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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -THE IETHBRIPGE HERALD-Seturdsy. October 87.1j ACCOUNTANT to the Controller. The tob will entail all monthly accounting functions up to and including financial statement review and an- alysis, as well as assistance in the Preparation of year end financial statements and participation in the- long range planning and budgeting processes. The successful candidate will have some formal countmq training related experience. wTbe faSr with EDP systems and their opera-on and will be a self motivated individual who is wMI ng to accept responsibility and function with a mini- mum of supervision Salary open with a full range of company benefits. VJUF i-y r- Reply to Box 13, Lethbridge Herald Metro-Calgary and Rural General Hospital District No. 93 Holy Cross Hospital Rockyvlsw Hospital Holy School of Nursing DIRECTOR OF LAUNDRY To direct and co-ordinate the activities of a centralized laundry servicing about 700 beds. Successful candidate will be qualified in super- visory and production techniques. Submit com- plete resume indicating education, experience, availability, salary expected and references to: PERSONNEL DIRECTOR Hospital District No. 93 6712 Fisher Street S. E. Calgary, Alberta T2H 2A7 Phone 252-8832 COUNTY OF MINBURN NO. 27 Vegreville, Alberta Written applications are invited by the undersigned to October 31, 1973, for the position of Assistant Secretary-Treasurer The position offers a diversity of duties related to administration. The person should be capable of assuming the responsibility for the business administration duties in the absence of the Secretary-Treasurer Should have some previous management experience preferably in School Admin- istration. Experience in P.A.B or F I.S. accounting a definite asset. Applicants should state age, qualifications, experience, -eferences, salary expected and when able to comm- ence work LARRY E. ROWLEY Secretary-Treasurer County of Minburn No. 27 Vegreville, Alberta Abridge Community College invites applications for the following position INSTRUCTOR to teach in Reputable Career Program Environmental Sciences Q< -lificatione: Master's degree in relevant area preferred. Several years of related experience plus a gen- uine interest in conservation and environmental problems and management. Responsible lor courses in environmental con- servative, earth science, water resources and air photo inter- pretation. Appointment Effective: January, 1974 Application Deadline: November 20, 1973 Interested persons should apply for the Standard Application for Employment form to: Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 327-2141 Ext. 216 For Athabaska Oil Sands Development We require a Foreman to supervise a test pit mining operation located 40 miles north of Fort McMurray. Initial work location will be Calgary, Alberta, but successful applicant must be prepared for later trans- fer to the Fort McMurray Area. The Company pays for initial and any further relocation expenses. Applicants should have a minimum of five years mining experience preferably invol- ving draglines. Some supervisory back- ground in open pit mining is essential. Preference will be given to University or Technical Institute graduates, but others with adequate experience will be consid- ered. The successful candidate must pos- sess or be able to qualify for a Foreman's Certificate under the Quarries Regulation Act of Alberta. Interested applicants please apply in writing stating qualifications and desired salary to: Recruitment Representative ,nv Shell Canada Limited, P.O. Box 880, Calgary, Alberta. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Service Manager required) We require a hard working, self-motivated service manager for a Chrysler dealership. We are in a growing market and offer a great opportunity for the person who is knowledgeable in administration, warranty policy and service shop operation. Excellent earning opportunity plus group medical and life insurance. Apply in person or send complete job resume and availability to: KEN ROBISON Kino CHRYSLER DDDGE LTD. P.O. Box 1180 LETHBRIDGE, Alberta Your future is here Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ASSESSOR TRAINEES ran 0200-2 APPLY: OR: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 AVENUE, TSJ OH4 ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, T5K 2C1 C Your future is here Liberia GOVERNMENT Of The Department of Legislation, Provincial Auditor s Office, invites applications for the positions described below CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (SENIOR FIELD AUDITORS) Located in Edmonton, successful applicants will be responsible for completing audits of Government departments agencies, boards and commissions Applicants must be members irt good standing of the Canadian fnsmute of Chartered Accountants and, qualifying, must have several years auditing experience at a responsible level Salary range depending on qualifications Competition Number 0328-1 Closes November 9. 1973 APPLY- GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 103 AVENUE, TSJ OH4 OR: Room SOO TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, T5K 2C1 COUNTY OF MINBURN NO. 27 VEGREVILLE, ALBERTA requires CLERK To assist the Secretary-Treasurer in the following functions: Maintain public works ledger etc administer the Domestic Animals Act, Tax Recovery Act and Municipal Elections Act; preparation of annual assessment 'summary, balancing of the tax roll, accounts recei- payroll, tax collections, grant sub- missions, W.C.B. and other duties as assigned by the Secretary-Treasurer. Experience in minicipal administration is desirable, but not absolutely necessary. Applicants should state age, qualifications, experience, references, salary expected, when able to commence work ans said application to be in the office of the undersigned not later than October 31, 1973. LARRY E. POWLEY Secretary-Treasurer County of Minburn No. 27 Vegreville, Alberta SALES REPRESENTATIVE HELP WANTED We are accepting Applications for the following: 1. OFFICE HELP Experienced in typing, bookkeeping and general office duties. 2. STEADY PART TIME COOK Weekends and No late evenings 3. LOUNGE HOSTESSES Ideal for young persons wishing to supplement their present incomes (Mainly Weekends) WE Working Conditions, Med- ical Benefits, Pension Plan and Insurance. For Interview Call Manager, 328-5455 CREDIT CAREER Are you an aggressive individual with experience in Accounting' WE REQUIRE: OFFICE-CREDIT MANAGERS Who can maintain a strict control on credit. Applicants should have ex- perience in credit collections Relocation in various communities throughout Western Canada Career offers good salary, commensurate with experience chance for advancement, full range of fringe benefits For further information and a personal interview reply without delay to Box No. 5, Lethbridge Herald C Your future is here RESEARCH OFFICER The position entails multi-disciplinary scientific work in preparation for during and after the studies and Public Hearings of the En- vironment Conservation Authority Involves literature reviews, personal interviews and review of submissions to preparei re- ports and information papers for public distnbution Takes minutes at meetings and assists senior off.cers and members o the Authority University graduation in physical or biological sciences (Masters preferred) plus some related experience Ap- pointment salary dependent upon qualifications presented Salary plus 6% effective January 1, 1974 Closes November 15, 1973 Competition Number 4130-2 APPLY' GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 -103 AVENUE, TSJ OH4 OR: ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA T5K 2C1 Your future is here Liberia OOVfRNMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER This is a senior position involving the publication and ad- vertising functions of the Environment Conservation Authority, Edmonton This officer is responsible for the production and distribution of all publications issued by the authority, including the preparation of film excerpts, information kits and public displays In cooperation with the Authority's Advertising Con- sultants and the Alberta Bureau of Public Affairs this person will dveiop an effective program of public contacts in each hearing Requires a Bachelors Degree in Arts, Journalism or related field with some experience in communications work, or an equivalent combination of experience and education. Salary Closes November 15, 1973 Competition Number 0612-3 SOLICITOR ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE COMMISSION (Effective January This is a senior legal officer position responsible for co-ordinating and executing most legal matters required for the administration of the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan under the Alberta Health Care Insurance Act and the Health Insurance Premiums Act Duties would include the drafting and interpretation of Acts and Regulations, counselling the Commission and Administra- tive officers on legal problems, representing the Com- mission before the courts and other bodies where legal counsel is necessary QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must be eligible for admission to the Alberta Bar and possess a minimum four years of legal experience Closing date November 8, 1973 Competition Number 7045-1 APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 101 AVENUE, TSJ OH4 OR: ROOM SOO TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, TSK 2C1 Cease-fire line Group of Israeli soldiers raise the Star of David flag on a high point to demarcate Israel's cease-fire position at start of second U.N. sponsored truce Oct. 24. Israelis have advanced about 15 miles east of the 1967 cease-fire line. Israeli forces hold upper hand By KEVIN DOYLE LONDON (CP) Strategic experts m Britain believe Is- raeli forces on both sides of the Suez canal are in a posi- tion where they could score a decisive victory over Egyp- tian armies in the area, but they say the situation in Syria is far less clear. On the western front, analysts say, the Egyptian 3rd Army has been surrounded by the Israeli encircling move across the canal and into Egypt Its only real hope of retreat, they contend, would be an amphibious operation which would allow the army to escape south down the waterway But Israel's command of the air would make such an es- cape extremely difficult to mount The experts say that the original attack by the Egyp- tian forces was carried out by the 3rd Army and 2nd Army to its north and "another unit of some kind" as well About three Egyptian in- fantry divisions are believed to have crossed the canal into Sinai originally with the force enlarging to about men and 800 tanks. ARMY BOTTLED The Israeli counter-attack, made up of two divisions and 500 tanks, later swept westward across the canal in a weak spot between the 2nd and 3rd Armies, bottling up the 3rd Army and cutting it off from its rear dumps and depots and gaining control of the road back to Cairo RETIREMENT TRAINING BIRMINGHAM, England (CP) Jaguar auto makers have introduced a pre- retirement program for men over 63 and women over 58 who will do easier work and have a six-hour day to help wean them away from the work ethic. They believe the recurring outbreaks of fighting along the canal are largely the result of attempts by the Israelis to tighten their encirclement, coupled with probing moves by the Egyptians to see if they can detect a soft spot for a breakout attempt In Syria, however, the Is- raelis do not seem to be in nearly as secure a position. They are believed to have gained about 200 square miles of territory in addition to what they held after the 1967 war. But experts dismiss Israeli claims that they destroyed Syria's fighting strength They say it is far more likely that the Syrians were able to conduct an orderly retreat back to their most heavily- fortified defence lines which the Israelis could conquer only at an unacceptable price in lives and equipment One strategist said this line may be the most difficult for any peacekeeping unit to police since the forces are strong, "nose-to-nose and bound to go on with probing moves almost interminably In general, the analysts say, the current configuration of forces is probably the most unstable in the area for decades although the Israelis clearly seem to hold the strongest cards We have an immediate opening for a qualified sales representative who will be located in Calgary. The ideal candidate will have at least grade twelve education, with proven sales and business experi- ence The successful candidate will also possess good organizational ability and a high degree of public relations skills. This ad will be of interest to those persons wishing to advance to more responsible positions within he organ- SSon We offer an excellent starting salary, with liberal fringe benefits including a Company car. Please reply in confidence, including a personal his- tory and job resume to: Stall Manager, MOLSON'S ORDINATOR BrawwlM Vineouw, Ednwnlon, Ljjhbf Albert, Winnipeg. Third Fleer, 540- 5th Avenue Calgary, Alberta T2P OM2 The Challenge To take charge of the Western purchasing function of a national meat by-products processor Created by continued expansion of sales and facilities, this position offers responsibility in all aspects of multi-plant purchasing .ma" ThsVkw function is the purchasing of meat by-products for all Canadian plarrts andI as a key member of the materials management team to co-ordinate purchasing, traffic and product on requirements. Working with plant operations and national planning, the co- ordinator optimizes the purchasing and movement of all Western supplies. nrmtmoou.o supply and demand in meat and meat with practical experience gained in the meat packing or brokerage, m- to utilize this knowledge for broader responsibilities in all ield Capable of decisive action, these individuals have n meat procurement. Individuals seeking 80na, and materials management field will be challenged by the scope of this position and the potential offered by this organization. Referring to 34-34-506, please reply in confidence to P G Strum. Ste. 500-600-6th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2P OS7 p, 8. ROSS A PARTNERS MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF Decision awaited on project CALGARY (CP) A Calgary-based mining com- pany will decide in the next few months whether to go ahead with a zinc mining operation at Strathcona Sound on the northern tip of Baffin Island and along with it a possible new town in the eastern Cana- dian Arctic. For the last year, Mineral Resources International Ltd. has been negotiating with European and Japanese businessmen and the federal government about the Baffin Island mine, capable of yielding tons of zinc dai- ly for at least 13 years. A feasibility study on the Strathcona Sound operation conducted by Watts, Griffis and McOuat, a mining con- sulting firm, on behalf of MRI has suggested that instead of housing the workers in workcamps, the operation could initiate the develop- ment of a new community. D. F. Agar, MRI president, has set January, 1974 as the deadline for decision, pending the outcome of negotiations with financiers, prospective buyers and the federal government. He said should the company decide to go ahead, it must make equip- ment purchases and transpor- tation arrangements by that time ;