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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Majority of Canadians want satisfying jobs TORONTO (CP) The overwhelming majority of Canadians want to work but desire satisfying jobs, Robert minister of man- power and immigration, said Monday. Addressing the annual meeting of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, he said the work ethic is "alive and well" but "we do have problems related to job satisfaction." A government study had shown that a decreasing number of Canadians are interested solely in the pay cheque. This new desire for job satisfaction will put con- siderable pressure on Cana- dian employers and on the government's manpower policies, he said. Mr. Andras said that it will mean improving wages, work- ing conditions, stability of employment offered, fringe benefits and the degree of CAREERS SALESPERSON REQUIRED FOR PAPER COMPANY Room for advancement, all company benefits. Apply in person to a.m. and to p.m. 312 4th Street South, Lethbridge 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. PRODUCTION FOREMAN Company with fast growth rate requires person to operate a modern cattle feed production plant. Mechanical backround an asset. Individual should have ability to provide direction and leadership to a limited number of people. Good salary for right person. Mr. Pat Fisher, Lakeside Feeders Ltd., Box 800, BROOKS, Alberta. 362-3115 after P.M. For further information contact: Help Wanted Argon Welders Sheet Metal Journeymen Sheet Metal Helpers Construction Laborers Apply CHARLTON HILL LIMITED 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 HOMEMAKERS NEEDED Persons interested in taking an intensive 50- hour training program in human relations skills and homemaking skills with a view to being eventually hired as Homemakers are asked to contact the Centre for Personal and Community Development before October 1st, 1974, for further information. Phone 327-5724 FOUNDRY WORKERS REQUIRED Wanted Immediately Foundry workers and Laborers Starling rate per hour Plus fringe benefits. Permanent employment. LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS LTD. 120-1.1 Avenue South Lethbridge LOBLAWS requires permanent, full-time Journeymen MEAT CUTTERS Rate per Hour All Company Benefits, Dental Plan, etc. Apply: L-MART- COLLEGE MALL satisfaction and status people get from their jobs. These kinds of adjustments will cost money but often less than it would cost employers to cope with high labor tur- nover, he said. "One key to the problem, then, is to improve the jobs and the degree of satisfaction people get from them to the point where the problem dis- Mr. Andras said. Egg prices increased CALGARY (CP) Effec- tive today, the price of eggs to producers in Alberta will increase two cents a dozen for Grade A extra large eggs and one cent a dozen for grade A medium, says Dave Guichon, manager of the Alberta Egg and Fowl Marketing Board. The increase was ratified by the board during the weekend. It has been the custom for an increase to producers to be reflected immediately in prices charged by wholesalers to retailers, Mr. Guichon said. B.C. ups price of natural gas CALGARY (CP) The wellhead price of natural gas in British Columbia will be in- creased to 33 cents a thousand cubic feet from 22 cents, James Rhodes, chairman of the British Columbia Petroleum Corporation an- nounced Monday night. He made the announcement while attending a meeting of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen in Calgary. Mr. Rhodes said the new wellhead price will apply to gas produced from wells started or being drilled after Nov. as a result of the export price increase an- nounced last week. Energy Minister Donald MacDonald announced Friday that the price of gas exported to the United States will be increased to a thousand cubic feet from the current average of 60 cents Jan. 1, 1975. In the case of B.C. gas, the increase is effective Nov. 1, 1974. Mr. Rhodes said the 33-cent price is the new floor price and producers will receive at least that price, if not higher. "I'm not prepared tonight to make a full statement relating to a revision of the pricing schedule." Under a new agreement worked out between B.C. Petroleum and the federal government, natural gas price in B.C. will increase to 35 cents a thousand cubic feet Nov. 1, 1975 and will be in force until Nov. 1, 1976 at which time a new price, not yet determined, will be paid to producers. WINDY HALF-YKAK Tornadoes struck the United States in record numbers in the first six months of 1973. LETHBRIDGE 1OO years ago We did it ydlbcrto this year do something with us! Send for our beautiful new vacation kit. P.O. Box 2500. Edmonton. Alberta Name. Street _ City'__ .Province. GREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS LIMITED REQUIRES UTILITY MECHANICS HELPERS These are permanent, year "round positions with a sterling salary of S4.61 per hour and increases at 6 momh intervals Jo 53 per hour after 24 months. THE DUTIES: To service machines to shop and Wld; iwflp mechanics with repays and enCharage of components: run track press and other related duties as required The equipment mctodes 75 ISO ton Wabco trucks. OS and OS Caterpillar tractors, graders, scrapers, loaders. GM and Cummins dlesels and ford trucks. THE OUAUBCATKWS. Grade 10 preferred and previous operating servicing ex- perience on heavy equipment. There wrtl be training for The successful applicants These positions will eventually lead Do an jndentureship the Alberta apprenticeship program 'in heavy duty mechanics, auto mechanics or welding, on the basis on seniority and qualifications The Company offers a vey comprehensive benefits program and fetocattcm assistance 1o all employees Also, a matched ssvmgs -dollar for wp to a maximum 5% contribution after IS months employment. All successful candidates will be offered free camp accom- modal ons pending completion of a major housing construction pro- gram tor employees scheduled for completion throughout the fad and winter interested applicants please reply tin confidence to. THE SUPERINTENDENT, EMPLOYMENT aREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS, UNITED P.O. Box 4SO, Fort MeMwrray, Alberta or Phone 743-3331, collect, In Fort McMurrcy LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OPENING NEW HORIZONS PROGRAMS TO START School of Continuing Education BUSINESS COURSES ACCOUNTING FOR THE MANAGER The course will cover the manager's role in financial management, income determination, decision-making, corporate financial analysis. Internal control, measuring managerial performance. 10 Wedneadaya October p.m. FEE: DATA PROCESSING BE 143 A program of individualized instruction In the operation of adding machines, printing calculators, electronic calculators, accounting machines and transcribing machines. 12 Tuesday! and Thursdays October p.m. FEE: DATA PROCESSING BE 144 (Keypunching) A detailed study of the punched card and other data input methods. There is a special emphasis on the development of speed and accuracy in keypunch operation. 12 Tuesdays and Thursdays October p.m. FEE: TYPING (Clerk Typitt) This course will include typing practice, how to meet the public, answering the telephone, simple record keeping, filing and general office procedures. A sound background in English is necessary. 6 Wednesdays September p.m. FEE: MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES Management by Objectives is a way of moving your whole organization in a positive direction. Management of this nature is often referred to as Management by Results, Management by Participation, or Planning and Organizing by Results. 2 Fridays October p.m. FEE: SELLING TECHNIQUES WORKSHOP This workshop will cover in detail such important items as the importance of the seller's personality; preparedness in selling: methods and approaches in selling; how to make a successful closure. Monday to Wednesday October Noon (each FEE: AGRICULTURAL COURSES AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS AG 203 Diesel Engine study to include combustion chamber design, engine design (2 and 4 stroke fuels, fuel circuits, fuel pumps, phasing. timing, injection nozzle design and testing, fuel filtration, turbo-chargers, super chargers and governors. 12 Tuesday! and October p.m. FEE: SOILS AG 170 A study of soil from a practical point of view. Includes soil formation, physical properties of soil, soil classification, microbiology, soil chemistry and soil fertility 12 and Thursdays October p.m. FEE: HOMECRAFTS CAKE DECORATING This course will cover special techniques in decorating pies, cakes, muffins, cookies and rolls, and is designed especially for the homemaker interested in improving the appearance of her cooking. 7 October p.m. FEE: CANDLECRAFT Candles are in! They are surprisingly easy and inexpensive to make yourself. Here's a course to show you how. 5 October p.m. FEE: HOMEMADE CHOCOLATES A two session course in the art of making homemade chocolates and other candy. Seven or eight flavors and shapes. 2 Tuesdays November 19 and or 2 Thursdays November 21 and 23, 1974 p.m. FEE: sessions) CREATIVE DECORATIONS A fun course in the creation of ornamental decorations for the home. Interesting creations from plaster of Paris, resin, crepe paper and some experimentation with some of the latest fads such as quilted pictures. 10 Tuesdays October p.m. FEE: ADVANCED SEWING Designed for those who have satisfactorily completed Basic Sewing or its equivalent. Emphasis is placed on altering a basic dress pattern. The alterations are made then used in a pattern of the student's choice. 10 Wednesdays October p.m. FEE: SEWING WITH LEATHER The course will cover purchasing leather and the techniques of sewing skirts, vests, coats and handbaos will be covered. (Materials 10 Thursdays October 10.1974 p.m. FEE: LINGERIE SEWING The class will comprise of a study of lingerie fabrics, demonstration and actual sewing of garments by students. 6 Wednesdays September 1974 p.m. FEE: COME AND SEW This course is designed to provide instruction for ladies who desire to come and do sewing under the supervision of a qualified instructor. The course will help ladies do everything from how to property patch clolhes to the sewing of a new dress. 10 Tuesdays-October a.m. FEE Minimum Registration 12 WALLPAPER AND ROLLER PAINTING Course includes demonstrations and some practice in painting using a roller and brush, and in the hanging of wallpaper and vinyl. Bring your own roller tray and brush. 1 Monday October p.m. FEE: ALL CLASSES subject to MINIMUM registration of 10 unless otherwise Mated. TECHNICAL COURSES AUTQMOTIVES FOR THE HANDYMAN Hints and demonsfrmtons on cat care, service and safety comprise She course 10 TuMdaya October 1. 1974 p-m. FEE: BASIC ELECTRONICS The course will include basic electronics theory, topics included will be. Electronics. Semi-Condjctors Inductance. Resonance, elc. Students may continue on from last year or new students can start at the beginning. 20 October 1. 1974 FEE: CAR OWNER'S COURSE FOR WOMEN A course lo a woman a basic understanding of what >s taVmg place in various units ol a caT when occasional maintenance 'S required and Hhe reason why 10 September 30. 1974 p-m, FEE: DRAFTING This coursp should the s'uCern tc> -eafl. underhand and interpret the crnesw-d in the 'ang-jage of frcriiteMuTal bluenrmts Tooes mciud? lerjwnq. perspective drawing architectural Cf'mtns-icminp a-tij wflt! ''OPT plans 20 October 1, 1974 FEE: I POWER ENGINEERING 4th CLASS 'Designed for 'hose oteosrmg 1o wrije 1h? 41h Class examination under 1he Boilers Ad shwid have 61 least one yeai in ihe 1-pld 33 September 30. 1974 7.-90-94Wpm FEE: REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF BICYCLES tearn Jhe proper care, maintenance and reoan Of 3 speed. 5 speed, or 10 bicycles 3 Tuatdayi October 1, 1974 FEE: tl SCO KV-MPUS ROOM CONSTRUCTION .Sublets include framing ihe roori. st'ippmg for Jhe