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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LiTHBniDQE HERALD Saturday, December 7, Bangkok connection alleged in B.C., U.S. heroin case VANCOUVER (CP) There is "direct evidence" of the existence of a Gangkok heroin connection conspiracy in which six B.C. men are un- der United States indictment, an extradition hearing here was told. Steve Hardinge, a Canadian justice department lawyer representing the U.S. govern- ment at the hearing, was referring to affidavits from three other alleged members of the conspiracy who had not been indicted. After certain deletions, these affidavits were ad- mitted as evidence Wednes- day by Mr. Justice Harry McKay, who is hearing the case in B.C. Supreme Court chambers. One affidavit was from Wong Shing Kong of Hong Kong, described as a controller of the heroin delivery network, and others from what the indictment CAREERS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded 1818 5th Avenue South, Lethbridge Qualifications: Experience in public relations or in the field of mental retardation. Wages negotiable. Duties to commence January 1, 1975. Applications must be in before December 14, 1974. Youth Program Worker Responsible for development of youth program' and leadership training, special events and pro- ject organization. One-half-time position. Write stating qualifications and experience to: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Y.W.C.A. 604 8th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta AUTOMOTIVE PARTS WHOLESALE National branded manufacturer of automotive parts requires distribution for the Lethbridge market. Either a totally independent wholesaler or a merger with an existing business is acceptable. Capital investment required with inventory assistance available. Reply to: B.WEIGHTMAN AUTOPAR 2108 HOME RD.N.W. CALGARY, ALTA. T3B 1H7 ACCOUNTANT United Oilseed Products Limited requires an accountant for its crushing plant in Lloydmin- ster, Alberta. This is an unique opportunity to participate in the complete set-up and design of all account- ing and administrative procedures for a new manufacturing plant. The position will especially appeal to those applicants with imagination who wish to become involved in decision making. Applicants must have completed the 3rd year of the R.I.A. or equivalent program, or have proven experience in accounting. Salary negotiable. Apply in writing, including resume to: JOHN W.C. SMYTHE, C.A., R.I.A. Box 68 Lloydminster, Alberta S9V 0X9 (403) 875-5757 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. xllberta GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PSYCHIATRIC NURSE Baker Centre, Calgary Required to supervise nursing and support staff in the care and dev- elopment of mentally handicapped children. Includes working with medical officers on ward visits, ordering of supplies and clothing and maintenance of harmonious relations with families of residents. Ap- plicants must be graduates in Mental Deficiency Nursing or Psychi- atric Nursing. Experience in Pediatric Nursing and in nursing mentally be 2f> asset Supervisory pxnerience is desirableKSalary range to per month Appointment salary dependent upon experience. Closing Date: December 18. 1974 quote Competition Number: 9177-C-3. ANIMAL SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR Olds College Required to develop and present course material in animal science courses with emphasis in nutrition and livestock management. Mas- ter's in Agriculture with emphasis In nutrition and livestock manage- ment; will consider a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture with course work emphasis and considerable related experience Previous in- structing experience at the post-secondary level an asset Salary will depend upon qualifications and experience Closing Date Dec- ember 19, 1974. Please quote Competition Number 5501-C-41 Information and application forms from GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 401, PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 740-4th AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA calls North American receivers of heroin. "In this case, unlike a great majority of conspiracy cases, there is direct Mr. Hardinge said. "You have witnesses saying what their agreement was." Mr. Hardinge said evidence establishes that the alleged crimes are offences according to the laws of Canada as well as the U.S., that they are ex- traditable offences within existing extradition arrangements between the two countries, and there is evidence tending to implicate the individuals accused. U.S. authorities are seeking the extradition of Bing Hin Low; Wong Shue Teen, alias Tony Wong, Paul Jang, alias Communist Pui; Johnny Chau, alias Johnny Chow; Li Chi Ying, alias Robert Li or Lee, and Victor Leong, alias Foon Choy Leong. They have been charged in federal court in New York with being part of a con- spiracy to import huge quan- tities of heroin into the U.S. from Thailand and Hong Kong, to export large quan- tities to Canada and to possess and distribute heroin. Frank Howard gets B.C. job VICTORIA (CP) Frank Howard, NDP MP for Skeena constituency from 1957 until his defeat in the July federal election this year, has beeru, appointed special consultant to the provincial government on native problems. Group to appeal case in Idaho horse roundup WASHINGTON (AP) The Horse Protective Association said Friday it would appeal a court case seeking damages in a bloody Idaho horse roundup. Mrs. Joan Blue, vice president of the said the organization's lawyers also would seek a tem- porary restraining order banning sale of the roundup's surviving horses. Mrs. Blue told a reporter that she had offered Max Palmerof Howe, Idaho, for the 17 surviving horses, and he "laughed in our faces." Mr. Palmer was awarded control of the horses in an Idaho state brands inspector decision sustaining the rancher's claims that the horses were privately owned, not wild. An association suit, seeking million in damages from several federal agencies and challenging the ownership decision, was dismissed Monday by U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Flannery. Mrs. Blue said the appeal was spurred by Palmer's "threat" to sell the surviving horses for dog food. Some 60 horses were rounded up in the Lehmi Moun- tains in February 1873, with several falling or being pushed from a cliff, others having their throats cut or legs sheared by chain saws, according to court records. Judge Flannery said the roundup was ruthless and inhumane, but decided against the association on a narrow legal issue. NFU calls for resignation of Otto Lang CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Chef Required For busy Motor Hotel with large banquet facilities, highly qualified competent staff to work with. Working knowledge required of: control control costing cost We have the systems; if your are the person who can manage them, call collect to El Rancho Motor Hotel, Lethbridge, Alberta at 327-5701. CAREER SALES OPPORTUNITY WITH MOORE BUSINESS FORMS IN LETHBRIDGE AND SOUTHERN ALBERTA This Canadian Company, the largest manufacturer of business forms and related systems, is offering an attractive opportunity in creative selling. This will be a challenging and satisfying career you can develop efficient business systems and forms design. This is a permanent position with high earnings potential- outstanding security-on the job training and a full range Of company benefits. For Personal Interview write or call J. H. 'JACK' WELCH 104-1003-4th Ave. S, Lelhbrkige, Alia. Office Phone 327-4659 Bw. Phone 328-1223 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Liberia GOVERNMENt O ALBERTA PSYCHIATRIC NURSING OPPORTUNITIES Baker Memorial Centre, Alberta Health Social Development, Calgary Nurses are required to perform general nursing duties related to the development and care of mentally handicapped patients, including as- sisting in exercise and activity programs, some staff supervision and completing of reports. Must be eligible for A.A.R.N. or P.N.A A. membership. Salary to per annum. Closing date: December 1974. Competition Number: 9176-C-3. Submit applications to: MR. J. CUNNINGHAM, BUSINESS MANAGER BAKER CENTRE, BOX 72 CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P 2H2 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Crowsnest Pass School Division No. 63 in- vites applications from interested persons for a posi- tion of Superintendent of Schools with duties to com- mence on a date agreeable by both parties. Division employs 86 teachers in 5 schools with an enrolment of Qualifications: a) A permanent Alberta Professional teaching certifi- cate. b) Five years of administrative experience in Alberta cr in s school swstem of perience in a senior administrative position an asset. c) A degree from the University of Alberta or from a university of equivalent standard. d) Have pursued one year's graduate study in a field acceptable to the Minister either at a university in Alberta or at a university of equivalent standard. Executive Officer of the Board. Applicants should include a complete curriculum vitae with references. Closing to be in the divisional office by December 15th, 1974. For further information, contact M.P. Kowalchuk, Superintendent of Schools, Telephone: 562-2942 Applications should be sent to: Vlct-Chalrman, Selection Committee, Crowtnttt PCM School Division No. 63, P.O. Box 568, Blairmore, Alberta marked confidential) KEYPUNCH OPERATOR Preference given to experience but will consider applicants with excellent typing abilities. Further information from Mr. Mike Clemis Canada Manpower Centre 419-7th St., Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-8535 By JIM NEAVES WINNIPEG (CP) The. National Farmers Union (NFU) called Friday for the resignation of Otto Lang as minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board and urged that all oil companies be nationalized. The 600 delegates, during the final day of their week- long annual meeting, adopted a resolution saying that Mr. Lang "continues to act in an irresponsible manner." The union also urged that the wheat board be placed un- der the jurisdiction of the federal agriculture department. On energy, the NFU adopted a policy paper calling for nationalization of all facilities used in the development, extraction, processing and distribution of all energy resources under Canadian jurisdiction to protect against exploitation. Walter Miller of Tara, Ont., NFU vice-president, told the delegates that farmers are the largest consumers of fuel products and that while oil companies have declared huge profits during the last year, they also increased the price of petroleum products. "I don't know what else you'd call that except the blackmail of the Canadian he said. Delegates also urged research into the recycling of petroleum products and said REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY 3 NEW AND USED VEHICLE SALES PERSONS Experience preferred but not essential. Company Benefits include: New Demonstrator Group Insurance An opportunity to write your own paycheck Gross Profit Sharing Pay Plan Apply to: J. HARMS (Sales Manager) or J. O'DONNELL (Used Vehicle Manager) King Chrysler Dodge Ltd. 3rd Ave. and 11 th St. S. Lethbridge Phone 328-9271 EXPERIENCED MEDICAL RECORDS PERSON To share duties in 60 bed accredited active treat- ment hospital. Salary to commensurate with ex- perience an H.S.A.A. agreement. Starting date to be agreeable to both parties. Applicants may apply to; Miss R. Rinaldi, Director of Nursing, Crowsnest Pass General Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 40 Box 510, Blairmore, Alberta. VACANCY FOR GENERAL PRACTITIONER or MEDICAL TEAM OF 2 In High potential growth area. Relatively new, very busy 30-bed hospital located in Breton, Alberta. Part of Rural Hospital District. Population modern doctors residence with garage available. At present there is only one admitting doctor on staff practicing and residing in neighboring town, 26 miles away. APPLY TO: Mr. Bud Wilson President Breton and District Chamber of Commerce Business Phone 696-3557 Residence Phone 696-2260 IF YOU ARE GOING NOWHERE IN YOUR PRESENT JOB You should investigate our Training Program for REAL ESTATE SALES BLOCK BROS, has consistently led the Industry in Real Estate Education. Our program Block Bror exclusive Practical Training Course for newly licensed salespeople. An introduction to the basic requirements In becoming a successful Real Estate Salesperson. The Xerox Professional Selling Skills Program. A total immersion learning program. Develops professional selling skills. Employs sophisticated audio-lingual techniques. Taught only in small group sessions by fully qualified instructors. Block Bros. Professional Marketing Program. A daily program of intensive activity to acquaint the salesperson with up-to- date marketing principles and practice. For a Personal Interview, call: BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 BLOCK BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. jraBROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE 328-2356 BLOCK that in cases where oil com- panies carry out threats to close down plants or operations because of increas- ed royalties or taxes, such facilities should be forfeited to the government. Another suggestion that natural products, such as wool and rubber, be used exclusive- ly rather than manufacturing synthetic products, was adopted. Stating an urgent need that a policy be adopted to define a farm and a farmer, delegates adopted another resolution asking each local to set up study committees with the in- tent of eventually making a decision at the next conven- tion in 1975. On women's rights, the NFU adopted a policy that all assets and property ac- cumulated by either spouse during a marriage be owned equally by each party. The resolution also said all liabilities incurred during a marrage should be con- sidered. The union also decided to maintain and expand the boy- cott of Kraft Foods Ltd. prod- ucts as a means -of showing the public "the monopolistic position this international giant is assuming in the control of the cheese industry and other dairy products." In a unanimous decision, the delegates adopted a proposal by its youth members that they forego lunch in favor of bread and water and donate each to aid starving people in Ethiopia. Later it was announced that was raised. The delegates approved a resolution asking that the federal and provincial governments introduce legislation requiring cabinet members to declare their assets at the time of ap- pointment and to report any major changes in assets dur- ing their term of office "even though they may be held in trust." Several delegates expressed concern that cabinet members could circumvent the measure by transferring assets to spouses and the resolution was amended to call for such disclosure by cabinet and senior civil ser- vants and their spouses. Better training for guards demanded OTTAWA (CP) The public service alliance said Friday that federal correction officers with little or no train- ing are dealing with hard-core and dangerous criminals. In a brief to a three-man ar- bitration board on behalf of 000 corrections officers, the alliance said: "We are confident that training and development in the various approaches for handling incidents which arise daily in an institution would prevent many acts of violence from occurring. "Often new recruits are placed on the job with no direction or advice on handl- ing such situations and dis- astrous consequences result, ready for instant analysis by the public through press coverage." The remarks were contain- ed in a statement on the alliance's demand for a 29- per-cent wage increase plus a shorter work week for correc- tions officers, the men who control and supervise the ac- tivities of prisoners. The corrections staff already has rejected a ten- tative salary agreement that would have given them 24 per cent over two years. In binding arbitration it is seek- ing 12 per cent retroactive to Oct. 1; 10 per cent in June, 1975, and seven per cent in February, 1976. The work week would be reduced to 37 Vi hours from 40 hours. Present salaries range from to ;