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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDGE September Canada speeds movement of refugees OTTAWA (CP) A Cana- dian immigration officer will arrive in Cyprus by this weekend to speed movement of Cypriot refugees to Canada, Immigration Minister Robert Andras announced Wednesday. The arrangements being set up for immigration would app- ly only to relatives or other persons sponsored by Canadians of Cypriot origin SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. M.L.STSaTe. Rep-July HAROLD FOX We did it again' The Action Agency produces results and Harold was the top producer in July for the MLS Sales Reps He won our Agency competition and the M L S competition, and we congratulate him for his suc- cess We also congratulate the Lethbridge Norcrest Little League Baseball Team for their terrific showing in the Canadian Finals Mortgage money is tight, but the Action Agency is hitting homers by solving real estate problems in many professional ways Call Harold or any of the Action Team at 329-3331_________________ Memorial service The widow of Nikita Khrushchev, Nina Khrushchev, wearing a dark coat, and a group of family members and friends, gather Wednesday at the grave of the late Soviet leader to mark the third anniversary of his death. Cyprus tour extended Due to our recent Remodelling Program THE ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE requires 2 Bar Men or Ladies 3 Lounge Salaries are negotiable, fringe benefits included. Experience preferred, but we are willing to train if you are willing to work. Phone 327-7219 for appointment interview OTTAWA (CP) Canadian soldiers sent to Cyprus last March will have an extended stay as the result of a decision announced Wednesday by De- fence Minister James Richardson. Mr Richardson said the First Commando of the Ed- monton-based Canadian Air- borne Regiment will be taken out of Cyprus in December, rather than in October was originally scheduled. There are 486 men of the First Commando and 464 men of the Second Commando sta- tioned with United Nations troops on the island. The Canadian forces were augmented by the Second Commando in July as the UN peacekeeping force was ex- panded to cope with the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. When Canada agreed to aug- ment its force it said it would review its decision when the Security Council is due to renew the UN force's man- date Dec 14 Mr. Richardson said it was appropriate to delay the rota- tion of the First Commando until after the review. The First Commando will be replaced by the units of the Second Combat Group from the First Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, of Lon- don. Ont. The Second Commando is due to be rotated in March. R6V6LSTOK6 LETHBRIDGE TRANSIT MIX 12th Street 2nd Avenue North Call: E. H. Buck 327-7262 Equipped to serve all parts of the industry, summer and winter. Maximum Quality Control, Prompt Delivery. No job too large or too small. Efficient and Courteous Service. Senator charges Nixon aides used high-pressure "snow job9 WASHINGTON (AP) Aides to former president Richard Nixon employed a high-pressure "snow job" to convince the United States government to seek to ease Nixon's transition to private life, the chairman of a Senate appropriations committee said Wednesday. The comment from Senator Joseph Montoya (Dem. N.M.) came as Arthur Sampson, head of the General Services Administration (GSA) said of the money will be used to build a vault 12 miles from Nixon's San Clemente, Calif., estate to safeguard the controversial tape recordings and documents of the Nixon presidency. Montoya and Senator Mark Hatfield (Rep. Ore were skeptical of Sampson's justification for the request. They said that amount is more than twice as large as funds received by former president Lyndon Johnson during his transition from the presidency. Sampson said Nixon aides Ronald Ziegler and Stephen Bull asked for the funds at a private San Clemente meeting just after Nixon resigned last month. After hearing Sampson's testimony, Montoya said- "It appears that when you went to San Clemente, although it was not the middle of the winter, you were given a snow job." EMPLOYS BOTH ACTS The proposed funding takes full advantage of both the For- mer Presidents Act of 1958 and the Presidential Transi- tion Act of 1963 The Transition Act provides a former president with more than for office, staff and other benefits for his first six months out of office The Former Presidents Act provides a pen- sion, plus office and staff ex- U.S. PAYS UN UNITED NATIONS (AP) The United States gave the United Nations a cheque for million Tuesday as the last instalment of its 1974 UN budget assessment The U.S. mission said the payment was made early "because of the severe financial difficulties" facing the world organization. The U.S. assessment for 1974 was penses beginning at the end of the transition period. Sampson said a "highly so- phisticated" vault is required to house the Nixon documents, but Montoya and Hatfield said they asked why the Nixon tapes and documents cannot be stored in a federal office building and protected from theft and tampering by the GSA's regular guard force. They also noted that mil- lions of dollars were spent on Nixon's San Clemente and Key Biscayne, Fla., proper- ties during his presidency and asked hy additional amounts are needed for the San Clemente property now. Sampson said new office equipment is needed, es- pecially highspeed magnetic typewriters to allow Nixon to reply to some leters. Sampson said the money would not personally benefit Nixon and that none of it would pay for legal counsel for the former president. CAREERS ROUTE SALES AND SERVICE PERSONNEL For country territory. Successful applicant will spend 2 nights a week out of town. Applicant must have a current operator's licence, be well groomed and twenty one years of age or over. Excellent opportunity for good earnings, steady employment and future advancement. Only those sincerely interested in applying them- selves need apply. Apply in person- Canadian Linen Supply 1818-3rd Ave. S. Are you looking for steady work with good pay? Norfab Homes Ltd. A mobile home manufacturer is offering just that. We need capable workers immediately to fill existing vacancies in our production line, previous experience not necessary, however it would be preferred. If you are interested please PERSONNEL MANAGER Norfab Homes Ltd. Box 999, Fort Macleod, Alberta Phone 234-4431 DEPARTMENT MANAGER POSITION: CANDIDATE: SAURY: Department Manager responsible for general sales, staff development and planning, staff schedules, merchandise display, purchasing, inventory and pricing control in the home improvement business. Applicants should have several years experience in retail sales field or related area with good working knowledge of lumber building materials, their application and installation. Estimating and contracting experience would be an asset. Must be able to direct staff. Dependant on qualifications. Full range of fringe benefits. Applicants should apply to: MR. DON PICKETT Store Manager Beaver Lumber Company Ltd. 1707 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta 3 GRADUATE NURSES REQUIRED (Registration preferred but not necessary) I NUHdC required as Matron for a 75 bed Nursing Home in large rural area. Excellent salary for right person plus car allowance. I Nil Hut required as Matron for 50 bed Nursing Home in southern small town. 30 miles from city and terrific skiing and resort area. I iw required as General Duty Nurse in 75 bed Nursing Home in large rural area. Reply to: Parkland Nursing Homes Ltd. 912-6Ave.S.W. Calgary, Alberta or call collect 265-8013 Right now! 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