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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Wednesday, September CAREERS ALBERTA REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION Presents... An Intermediate Course in REAL ESTATE 25 Evening Lessons Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 25th For details and registration contact: Lethbridge Real Estate Board Co-Op Limited 522 6th Street South 328-8838 Wheat exports decline SALES CAREER STEEL We are rapidly growing steel service center that requires a sales person, to cover the local Lethbridge and Provincial area. Applicants must have sales experience and a knowledge of the steel industry. Apply in writing including a personal resume to: Gerald W. .Varzari, VARSTEEL LTD., P.O. Box 434, Lethbridge, Alberta. OTTAWA (CP) Canada's wheat exports dropped 27.4 per cent to 418.5 million bushels during the 1D73-74 crop year. Statistics Canada reported Tuesday. Supplies at the end of the ac- counting year July 31 were up slightly to 379.4 million bushels from 365 4 million at the end of July 1st last year, but were still well below average. The reasons for the cut in shipments are varied: a work slowdown by Vancouver grain handlers before an August strike, the national rail strike last summer and fall, a number of washouts and derailments in the mountains and heavy snow on the Prairies last winter. As well, there have been a number of labor disputes that have blocked grain shipments through the Great Lakes. But even though the reduc- tion has meant some buildup in supplies, the country could be left with its lowest wheat stockpile in more than 10 years should forecasts for a below-average Prairie harvest be borne out. The Canadian situation reflected that in a number of major exporting countries, figures in the monthly wheat review published by the statistics bureau show. In the United largest exporter of wheat, shipments between August, 1973, and the end of July this year dropped to 1.126 billion bushels from 1.238 billion. During the crop year, China continued to be Canada's biggest customer, taking a total of 53.73 million bushels. But that was down sharply from the 153.3 million bushels shipped to China in the 1972-73 crop year. Russia took delivery of 33.53 million bushels of wheat dur- ing the crop year, also far less than the 163.16 million shipped to that country between August, 1972 and July, 1973. South Korea nuclear plant deal with Canada closer CAREERS 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 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 ippointmont intorvitw REAL ESTATE IS THE GAME AND BLOCK BROS. HAS THE NAME AND THE NAME OF THE GAME IS PROFESSIONAL MARKETING We want people who are interested in learning the game. We can show you the way to become a leader in the real estate sales field. Our training program is among the best in the business. Our incentive program (Hawaiian trips, bonus, cash, profit sharing, etc.) is un- equalled. For more information on the fascinating field of Real Estate call our office now. BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL Tim Grisak 328-2266 328-2356 REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA As a result of the current lack of low- interest export financing from Canada, South Korea has dropped its interest, at least for the time being, in purchas- ing a second nuclear power reactor from Canada. But Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. officials are con- fident that Canada and South Korea will sign a contract within the next two months for the construction of a first 600- megawatt nuclear power sta- tion in South Korea. Canada has already offered Export Development Corporation low interest financing for the first nuclear reactor sale to South Korea. But no additional funds are available for subsequent reac- tor sales until Parliament approves more funds for the EDC, something that is ex- pected to be resolved late this year or early next year. The price tag for the first nuclear reactor being offered by Canada to South Korea is in the order of ac- cording to AECL officials. The South Koreans, who earlier in the year had chang- ed their original request for one reactor with an option to purchase a second later to a request to negotiate purchase of two reactors simultaneously, have now returned to discussions about purchase of one 600-megawatt nuclear electric power reac- tor with an option to buy a se- cond duplicate reactor sometime later probably after EDC export financing becomes available again. IMPROVE IRRIGATION SUMMERLAND, B.C. (CP) Voters in this Okanagan community have approved a expenditure to rehabilitate the orchard irrigation system and incor- porate it with the pressurized municipal water supply. An additional million in funds for the project will come from the federal and provincial governments. There is a good chance that a British company could be in- volved in supplying turbine parts for the Candu nuclear package if and when South Korea officially signs a pur- chase contract, according to AECL. AECL, which is handling the South Korea sale combined with an Italian engineering firm in the Candu sale to Argentina, is consider- ing subcontracting the turbine generator portion of the contract to Howden Parsons Ltd. of Toronto, which in turn would likely obtain some parts from its British parent com- pany. WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD-ALBERTA FIRST AID Class 74 C44 LETHBRIDGE Scandinavian Hall Sept. 23-24-25-26-30 and Oct. 1-2-3 to Evenings 8 sessions complete the course No charge for workers under The Act Changes made effective March 1, 1974 through Alberta Regulation (First Aid) require certain industries and business to have qualified First Aiders available where more than (5) workers are actively employed at any one time. For additional information, please contact The Workers' Compensation Board, Telephone 328-2040. LOBLAWS requires permanent, full-time Journeymen MEAT CUTTERS Rate per Hour All Company Benefits, Dental Plan, etc. Apply: L-M ART-COLLEGE MALL NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES CHARGEX Corner 3rd Ave. 5th St. South I DON'T MISS THESE FALL SAVINGS ON NOW! 3 BIG DAYS! THURS., FRI., SAT. CHARGEX Open Thur. and Fri. till 9 p.m. Sat. till p.m. FALL JACKETS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY NOW ON SALE! MEN'S DOWN-FILLED ALBERTA LIMOUSIN ASSOCIATION requires a full-time Secretary-Manager, with the office to be located preferably in Calgary or Red Deer. Please state job experience, background, education, age and martial status, and wage desired. Applications must be submitted not later than September 30th. Please apply to Box 10. The Lethbridge Herald. KEG. LADIES' DOWN FILLED Ok I A ntu. REG. SKI JACKETS '29.88 With detachable hood and zippered pockets. Outer shell and lining is of 100% nylon and filled with 50% goose down and 50% goose feathers. Sleeves filled with polyester. Sizes S.M.L.XL. Assorted colors...................... '25 With detachable hood and zippered pockets. Sizaa S.M.L. Assorted col- Outer shall and lining is of 100% nylon and filled with 50% goose down and 50% goose feathers. Sleeves filled wHh 100% polyester. SALE PRICE '25 BOYS' MID GIRLS' DOWN-FILED S.L WOODS SKI JACKETS den hood and 2 way zipper. 100% nylon lr er shell with polyester fibrefill sleeves. I es S.M. only............................. CHILDREN'S 100% NYLON OUTER A NEW TEACHING HOSPITAL NURSES For Recovery Room. Surgical Department Operating Room and intensive Care Unit Offers exciting opportunity for personal growth and development. Salary range is S7Q7-S732-S759-S787-S830 PHARMACISTS Required for Hospital Pharmacy. Salary range is S891-S930-S975-S1.015-S1.060 LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS X.RAY TECHNOLOGISTS Must be registered Technologists Salary range is S707-S725-S747-S780 Senior Technologists are encouraged to apply as future openings in that capacity are anticipated RESPIRATORY TECHNOLOGISTS Openings for new graduates and Technolo- gists with two years' experience Saiary range is S707-S725-S747 COOKS Journeymen Cooks with considerable experi- ence required. Salary range is S707-S725-S747 APPLY TO: Employment Manager Health Centre 4500 Wsscsna Parkway BEGIN A SIM rili nil'iMhNirwunni S4S 5W9 Hidden outer Sizes S.M. only. mmmtmmmm MEN'S GREEN WORK PANTS Reg. SKI JACKETS Sizes 4-6X. This warm pile lined jacket features hid- den hood and knitted cuffs and comes in bright as- sorted colors.................................... 100% cotton. Sizes 30-44. MEN'S GREEN WORK SHIRTS 100% cotton. Sins MCGREGOR Happy Foot Sox S-J39 SALEHflCE 3 OATS OMIT) STANFIELD WORK SOX MEN'S HIP IWADERS I Wilfc 95 GREEN KING COTTON GLOVES SMS NOW ONLY CfftBL. sMfllflM MEN'S SAFETY TOE WORK BOOTS Sim 6-12. aaVMB fMD V MI ismsT NWW WWLT MEN'S ASSORTED DRESS SHOES SPECIAL THERMAL NOW ONLY _ _ Reg. to QUILTED, PLAID LADIES'WINTER CAR COATS Sim: 10-11 6NEAT PUCE WOOL Blankets! IONLY...... 2 PER CUSTOMER ASSORTED MEN'S Runners to Re i. to ;