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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Octobtr 26, THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 27 CAREERS Qualified Guidance Counsellor With demonstrated capabilities, for varied and challenging position in the foothills area of S. W. Alberta. Ideal opportunity for Counsellor wishing for a significant and professional role. Apply by November 8. 1974 to: Superintendent of Schools Box 219, Pincher Creek TOK 1WO Or Call 627-3044 (Collect) Initial inquiries may be made in confidence Troubled grainhandling industry faces more woes SPEECH THERAPIST required by DRUMHELLER HEALTH UNIT Application to: DR. A THOMSON, Medical Officer of Health Box 1780, Drumheller Salary negotiable TRAINEES A local firm of Chartered Accountants has openings for qualified Accountants and Junior Accountants. The successful applicants will have some formal training or the equivalent practical experience necessary to deal with various types of' accounting records. Experience in the preparation of accounting records for data processing helpful but not essential. Address inquiries to: The Accounting Manager Young, Parkyn, McNabb A Co. 1003 4th Ave. S. Lethbridge OTTAWA (CP) More problems could be in store for troubled grainhandling in- dustry this spring as elevator company employees at Thunder Bay seek a new work- ing agreement comparable with that recently legislated for Vancouver grain workers. Although bargaining has yet to to bargain is being served next gotiators for the Thunder Bay grainhandlers are ex- pected to ask for big pay raises. "They won't want less than the West Coast one spokesman for the Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks, which represents the employees, said recently. The prime concern, is money, and the grainhandlers, who handle about 60 per cent of Canada's grain exports, will have their eyes on the re- cent raises granted to Van- couver's 550 grain workers by Parliament. The conciliation report enacted by Parliament gave Vancouver grainhandlers pay increases of 87 cents-an-hour retroactive to last December, bringing base rates for a la- borer-sweeper to 15.83 from the previous rate of hourly. On Dec. 1, their base rate will climb again to hourly. The Vancouver workers also will receive a cost-of-living bonus after inflation rises above four per cent a year. The Thunder Bay grainhandlers now have fallen behind substantially with a base rate of hourly for a laborer-sweeper after one year's experience. Without the year's experience, the base rate is Any militancy by the Thunder Bay workers may be given impetus by the fact that six elevator companies involv- ed laid off 500 of the workers during recent Great Lakes shipping strikes. The employees are expected to want to make up for that loss in earnings. In the Vancouver dispute, which virtually halted West Coast grain exports for six weeks, wage-parity with local longshoremen was in part used to justify the raise to grainhandlers. The enactment of the con- ciliation report had been at- tacked by government critics, who said the increases would be used as a benchmark by un- ions for other substantial pay demands. Thunder Bay grain handlers are expected to want to close the substantial wage gap be- tween the they are getting and the the Van- couver workers will be receiving. The contract for the Thunder Bay workers ends Dec. 31, a full month after the base rate to the Vancouver workers climbs to more than their counterparts at the Lakehead. Should negotiations fail, the union is likely to take any strike action at the time when it would have the most im- the spring when the Great Lakes ice breaks up. Pilot improperly fined by U.S. border patrol? OTTAWA (CP) A Sas- katchewan pilot may have been improperly fined by the United States border patrol last month when he landed his plane at a border crossing, External Affairs Minister Allan MacEachen said today. He said in the Commons that the pilot, W. Edward Gross of Glen Bain, Sask., ap- parently remained completely within Canadian territory when he landed his small air- plane on a grass landing strip at Estevan, Sask., on the Saskatchewan-North Dakota border. He said the government has sent a formal note to the U.S. embassy here asking for a fur- ther investigation of the in- cident. The pilot, on his way to an air show in Minot, N.D., was fined by a U.S. border patrol officer when he landed to obtain clearance to fly into the U.S. Mr. MacEachen said Mr. Gross used a landing strip that lies completely within Canadian territory and had not ventured onto U.S. soil when he was confronted by the border official. One of two strips at the airfield is partly in the U.S. He said the pilot was told on landing to approach a U.S. border patrol vehicle and cross into U.S. territory to do so. THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited hy Robert B. GOIcspie Crossword DRAMATIC LICENSE By Jack L. 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