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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September LETHBRIDGE HERALD-25 __ Hunger assault brings back fundamentals (OPERA HOUSE OPEN ft A Vin c A t t froaHntvi t: _ By DAVID F. SALISBURY Christian Science Monitor Although the "green revolution" can buy man freedom from hunger for the next decade, it cannot provide by itself a long-term answer to the problem of feeding the CAREERS REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Silas person In nciai'ion vihlcli flild, Must be ambitious. Afcove average earning potential. Please send resume and salary expected to Box 99 LETHBRIDGE HERALD REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY PRODUCTION WORKERS for national mobile home manufacturer Apply BENDIX HOME SYSTEMS, LTD. HANGAR NO. 6, KENYON AIRPORT MR. A. FUHLENDORF Plant Superintendent ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED! The L.N I.D. has a responsible position currently available for a person qualified to become an accountant For General and Cost Accounting. We offer a challenge and an opportunity to develop. Good working atmosphere Agricultural or Irrigation background an asset. Please reply to...... Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District 334 13th St. North Lethbridge RESEARCHERS Treaty and Aboriginal Rights Research (T.A.R.R.) of the Indian Association of Alberta JOB REQUIREMENTS and motivation to do oral and archival research in the area of Treaty and Aboriginal Rights of Alberta Indians communication skill, e g the ability to speak an Alberta Indian language would be a definite asset and individual initiative will be required Alberta drivers license SALARY RANGE S833 APPLICATION DEADLINE October 10 1973 APPLY IN WRITING TO: Richard Price Director Treaty and Aboriginal Rights Research Room 103 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON, Alberta T5J 0X5 PHONE 453-3661 MACLEOD SAVINGS and Credit Union Limited Requires an ASSISTANT BRANCH LOANS OFFICER All applicants must have demonstrated ability in personnel supervision, internal accounting, loans and credit granting experience. Credit Union or Co-Operative Background a definite asset Salary range Excellent staff benefits. Reply: Mr. Earl Sponholz General Manager Macleod Savings and Credit Union P.O. Box 1061 Fort Macleod, Alberta TOL OZO I Your future is here GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA REGIONAL HOME DESIGNER Alberta Department of Agriculture requires a Home Designer for Peace River Region Located in GRANDE PRAlfilE the Regional Home Designer will be responsible for planning, preparing and developing programs for rural housing Prepares plans and public- ations, conducts meetings and uses mass media to provide information on and promote consumer products, housing and design Requires University degree in Interior Design and two years of related experience Car necessary as some travel involved Salary S9.312 Closes October 15, 1973 Competition Number 4412-2 APPLY TO: Personnel Administration Office, Main Floor, Centennial Building, 10015 103rd Avenue, TSJ OH4; OR: Room 500, Terrace Building, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 2C1. Your future is here GOVERNMENT Of ALBERTA REGIONAL LAND RESOURCE SUPERVISORS The Lands Appraisel and Planning Branch Lands Division. Department of Lands Forests requires professional agrologists to administer and coordinate agricultural, industrial, anrj related land use programs on a regional basis. The positions are located in Edmonton, Lethbridge, Grande Prairie and Peace River University graduation in Agriculture, preferably with a soils major, and five years related professional experience, eligible for membership in the A I.A. Ability to interpret aerial photography. Salary to S15528 Closes October 5, 1973 Comoetition Number 4407 16 APPLY Personnel Administration Office, Main Floor, Centennial Building, 10015 103 Avenue, TSJ OH4; OR: Room 500, Terrace Building, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 2C1 world's people. What is needed, many now believe, is fundamental changes in attitudes around the world land reform, better education, population control, and other areas. "What we need is a new concept of stated Professor Emeritus Elvin C. Stakman of the University of Minnesota in a telephone interview. "We have got to get back to fundamentals, like the golden rule.'' Professor Stakman spoke as his university hosted some of the world's foremost experts in agricultural research gathered for the Second Inter- national Congress of Plant Pathology To those battling hunger with microscopes and new crop strains, two shapes of the future appear: When these scientists look at the projections of world population in the com- ing years, the extensive hoarding of food supplies even now going on. and the lack of commitment in many countries, thev see visions of world-wide famine and despair. Yet if they look at the progress that has been made in the last 100 years in man's ability to control plant growth and disease, the possibility of eradicating hunger appears almost within grasp. Among their ranks, however, is a growing realiza- tion that the problem of feeding the world's people is much more complex than just developing the methods for producing enough food. Rather, fundamental changes in both people's at- titudes and practices are es- sential before this technology can be put into practice. For that reason, Jarnes H. Jensen, one of the opening speakers at the congress and president emeritus of Oregon State University, called for a much broader attack than just continued research. In Professor Jensen's view, land reform and redistribution, improved education, and adoption of' population-control policies must take their place beside a critical review of agricultural organizations as an urgent necessity. "Fulfillment of our role in plant-disease control will be of little importance if other matters related to crop production and availability of food are permitted to Professor Jensen told his colleagues. "It seems unquestionable that the magnitude of the issues before the world are of such proportion that only by the combined efforts of men and women of all states, of all cultures, and of all disciplines will we be able to meet the challenges to our very ex- istence At present, a surplus of arable land, the possibilities of extensive irrigation, grow- ing multiple crops, and the development of more efficient and disease-resistant crop varieties promise a continua- tion of this trend into the im- mediate future. But with 230 babies born in the world every minute, some of the plant pathologists feel that their optimistic colleagues are not weighting the population statistics heavily enough. It has been pointed out that India has decreased its appropriations for population control because of its lack of success. However, few would dis- agree with Professor Stakman's assertion that a final solution can only come by a great deal of hard work on behalf of humanity rather than nations. CAREERS ASSISTANT MANAGER TRAINEE CAR WASH- SERVICE STATION QUALIFICATIONS Age 25-35 Grade 12 minim jm Sales or Management Experience Applicant with appro- priate automotive back- ground is preferred. But all applications welcome. Attractive benefit plan. I Advancement within the industry. Salary depend- ing on experience. Direct enquiries to: BOX 87 Lethbridge Herald SYDNEY, Australia (AP) The controversial, multi- million-dollar Sydney Opera House had as its inaugural program Friday night, a performance of Prokofiev's War and Peace. Completion of the sail-like building was 10 years over- due and 13 times over the original budget. The soaring cost was met by a state government's "no expense spared" approach, including state-run lotteries. From the initial estimated cost of million the bills increased to million. Work started in 1959 with a completion target date of 1963. NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITY! Thousands are earning good monry in 'he field of professional income tax The .-.o'k r te.'Ooti-g and Sdlib'ymg And tho 'or t- n-od consul'ants is increasing each" year Now HSR Larqri' IrcOTt S< icar h you their excltAn" rrn'U'Od ot "romp tax returns :n a Special13 tu t on course SuDOrviMon by expcnc need Block instructors Covers cunent lax laws theory, and appnca'io" as practiced in H H Block offices fro-n coast to coast Features mc'ude 27 3-hour sesiiont (2 per week) Choice of days and class limps Diploma awarded upon graduation Job assistance available OCTOBER 3 ENROLL NOW! 815 Third Ave. S. For Complete Details Write or Call LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY or COLLEGE Phone 327-2141 Please send me free information about the 1973 Block Income Tax Course This is a request foi informa- tion only and places me under no obligation to enrol! Nourishment Refugee children in Nigeria receive food furnished by UNICEF workers. 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