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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 14, 1973 Montr A V New airline routes A new Canada-United States air agreement would provide 46 new Canadian and U.S. air routes-18 for Canadian carriers and 28 for American it was announced in Ottawa. The new routes will come into effect over three phases ending in 1979. At present there are 14 routes into the United States for Canadian carriers and 21 into Canada for U.S. Throne speech empty VICTORIA (CP) Spokesman for the opposition parties in the British Colum- bia legislature were un- animous Thursday in their feelings that the speech from the throne opening the fall ses- sion of the legislature gives them very little to shoot at. Ac'ting opposition leader Frank Richter said the speech lacked any detail about the New Democratic g o v i-rnment's legislative CAREERS FRAMERS For Housing Project IN ELKFORD B.C. For further information phone WILF KALINA 865-2360 Area Code 604 AGRICULTURIST Applications are invited for a position as a member of the professional staff of our Agricultural Department. The successful candidate will participate in furthering the development and operation of the bank's services to the agricultural industry in Alberta. QUALIFICATIONS A degree in Agricultural Economics or related educa- tional background. The postion requires an individual having a strong academic record who enjoys meeting the public. Several years related or financial experience would be a definite asset. SALARY Fully commensurate with qualifications and experience. Those interested please submit complete resume in confidence to: K. Flug District Employment Officer The Royal Bank of Canada P.O. Bag Service 2534 335 8th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P 2N5 PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTOR TOWN OF VEGREVILLE A Director is required to Carry out Preventive Social Service Programs in this region. Duties will include community organization service co-ordination, public relations, interpretation of philosophy and administra tibn of the overall program. Applicants should have experience and skill in com- munity work and a dedicated interest in people. The successful candidate may have a professional degree in any variety of disciplines (i.e. social work, psychol- ogy, education, theology, physical education, econo- mics etc.) or an equivalent combination of education and experience, the person must have demonstrated a good level of maturity and history of involvement of achievement in community affairs. This is a challenging opportunity for an imaginative approach to create and develop: community resources, community services, and the use of volunteers in the area of family and in- dividual service. Training and consultation will be avail- able to the appointee from the Provincial Department and the salary will be commensurate with qualifications. State salary expected. Applications will be received up to P.M. Friday, September 21st. 1973 at the office of the Municipal Ad- ministrator. Garnet J. Burnstad Municipal Administrator Town of Vegreville P.O. Box 640 Vegreville, Alberta program and its future policies. Liberal leader David Anderson said the speech was composed of the usual "pap or pablum" and failed to spell out how the government intends to achieve some of its objectives. "It is a list of things they would like to touch on but doesn't say how they are going to touch on them or what they are going to he added. Dr. G. Scott Wallace. Conservative house leader, said "as always the speech was general" with no specific information. He said he was not surprised that the two main issues to be dealt with at the session will be labor and agriculture. These'are the highlights: A new labor code for B.C. combining many present labor statutes aimed at establishing an improved framework for collective bargaining and settlement of industrial dis- putes "free from disruption to the economy." Agriculture legislation designed to encourage secon- dary and tertiary agriculture industries, to rationalize credit systems of primary agriculture, to provide means of achieving some estabilixa- tion of farm income, to provide debt protection for the family farm under some dis- tress circumstances, and to give greater control of infec- tious animal diseases. Creation of full departments of housing and consumer al- moving ministers in those areas, now ministers without portfolio, up to the level of lull ministers. Kxtensive legislation from i he mines department., giving further details o 1 t h e government's mining policies set out during the last legislative session. Legislation, first introduced at the spring session but put over until the fall, giving civil servants bargaining rights, including the right to strike. Amendments to government pension legislation to provide improved pension benefits for widows. Canada in I xpo alter all YIC ttmi.-v K i') B.C. Trade Minister Gary Lauk an- nounced yesterday the federal government has agreed after all to participate in Kxpo at Spokane.' Wash., but he described Ottawa's planned outlay as disappoin- Originally, the federal government planned to put a Sl.H million exhibit of its own at the lair to promote Pacific Him tourism and industry. Then it announced it was scrapping its plans for budgetary reasons. Mr. Lauk told a news conference he met with Kxter- nal Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp last week to discuss Canada's withdrawal and the new agreement was reached. The Irade minister added that Alberta would be making an announcement soon on plans tor participation in Kxpo '74. Manitoba and Saskatchewan are also think- ing about some1 kind of exhibii. he said. Trudeau hopes to broaden China tie OTTAWA (CP) One of Prime Minister Trudeau's major goals during his visit to China next month will be to broaden all channels of com- munications with that country. His special assistant, Ivan Head, told reporters Thursday that existing channels are "sterotyped and rather in- stitutionalized." The prime minister hoped they could be broadened to allow increased contacts, not only for governments but for in- dividuals. Mr. Trudeau leaves for China Oct. 8 and wijl spend lour days in Peking, where he will meet with Premier Chou Kn-lai, and another two days visiting other areas of the country. These travel details are still not established. Mr. Head said that "we want to strengthen, con- solidate and ensure a perma- nent basis" for the relationship that was estab- lished with diplomatic recognition between the two countries in 1970. At the moment, there are scores of agreements being worked on in all fields, including trade, science and culture, but Mr. Head said there is no indica- tion any will be ratified while Mr. Trudeau is there. "This is not the purpose of the visit." The prime minister is re- sponding to an invitation issued by the Chinese through former trade minister Jean- Luc Pepin when he was in China in 1971. Since then Ex- ternal Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp and Energy Minister Donald Macdonald have visited that country. Mr. Head s-aid the prime minister feels it is more im- portant "functional ministers" to visit first so4 ground work will have been completed before he begins his talks. He said there is no precise information on how the Chinese view the talks. There is little doubt that trade will figure prominently. Last year Canada shipped million worth of goods to China and imported million worth in return. Canada now is China's num- ber two supplier of manufac- turer goods, and Mr. Head said that officials here recognize there has to be some balance for a "healthy relationship." There was still a great potential for further Canadian exports, including potash and sulphur. Our leases are full of extras, but you'd never know it by the price Phone ROY MclNTOSH at 328-9271 Now! Corner of 3rd Ave. and 11th St. S. Phone 328-S271 NABOB COFFEE Regular or Fine Grind 2 Ib. net wt. pkg. L-MART Stores to serve you 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE "COLLEGE MALL 324 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 420 6th STREET SOUTH "DOWNTOWN" Sunlight 24 ft. 02. bott Prepriced 59c BREEZE Laundry Detergent. King Size pkg. FACIAL TISSUE Scotties Assorted Colors. 2 ply pkgs. 3 i 1 .00 INSTANT COFFEE Nabob 10 oz. net wt. jar. Prepriced FINEST MEAT Fresh mon From B.C. fresh caught never frozen, 3 to 5 Ib. average.......Ib. GOVT INSPECTED CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF Chuck Roasts or Round Bone Ib. GOVT. INSPECTED CANADA GRADE UTILITY Chicken Whole Fryers 89 GOVT. INSPECTED SWIFTS EVERSWEET SJU6 BdCOn Sliced Rindless 11b. vac. pak. GOVT. INSPECTED FLETCHER'S DUlK Regular or Barbecue Size Sb With this coupon you may purchase 1 tin of PINEAPPLE JUICE Save 12 Coupon effective 'til closing TUESDAY, SEPT. 18TH Sunkist Oranges Sweet and Juicy. Extra Choice. Large Size 72's doz. F O 3 Mac Apples 4- New Grade L 3 S VALUES EFFECTIVE TILL CLOSING SATURDAY. SEPT. 15. 1973. We reserve the right to limit quantities. ;