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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta IB THE LETHBHIDQE HERALD Monday, DtCtmovr V, 1V74 'Playboy officials ignored warning about drug use9 CHICAGO (AP) The for- mer head of security for Play- boy Enterprises said he testi- fied three months ago to a fed- eral grand jury about drug use at the mansions of Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner in Chicago and Beverly Hills, Calif. In a telephone interview, Al- len Crawford said Sunday he resigned his post last July because Playboy officials ig- nored his warnings about "the narcotics problem and people of questionable character that might be associated with Playboy." Seven Playboy employees were reported to have been subpoenaed to appear this week before a grand jury in Chicago in connection with a federal investigation into drug use inside Hefner's enclaves. PRE-CHRISTMAS Rugs ind Upholsttry Owning Spiciil by Shining Knight Phone 328-8408 SMMtiltliTNS Hmld iri Fri. TV Guide The investigation was dis- closed after the recent federal conviction of Hefner's social secretary, Bobbie Arnstein, for conspiring with a boy- friend and another man to distribute cocaine. Miss Arnstein's arrest last March was reported to have sparked an order by Hefner, who was in Las Vegas at the time, to remove all drugs from both mansions, officials said. Crawford said from his home in Mendham, N J., that he learned of the problem about 2Vz years ago when he became head of security. "I certainly had knowledge that there were people that were using drugs, but not on the basis that this was a place of distribution or anything said Crawford, vice- president in charge of investigations for Wells Fargo Investigative Services, Inc. "Hefner is a very congenial host and has the Playboy phi- losophy that people are adult and make their own decisions. But that doesn't mean Hefner has knowledge of it, or con- dones it, or distributes." Playboy officials in Chicago said Hefner has received no official notice of the investiga- tion and hasn't been sub- poenaed to appear before the grand jury. He was expected to return to Chicago shortly from California. E. Leonard Rubin, lawyer for the corporate enterprise that includes hotels, magazines and clubs, said he was aware of only three subpoenas received by company employees. Two close associates of the multimillionaire were reported to have appeared before the grand jury and seven others, including two Playboy bunnies, have been subpoenaed. Narcotics investigators con- tended that drugs were not sold in the mansions, but were made available to guests and some staff members. THREE RELIGIONS The religions of Sierra Leone are Animist, Christian and Moslem. Land claims 'blind alley9 lor B.C. VICTORIA (CP) The provincial government would be "going into a blind alley" if it attempted to get involved in Indian land claims questions now, special Indian affairs consultant Frank Howard said Friday. Mr. Howard said the federal government has never outlin- ed any terms of reference with regards to land claims "and until that occurs, it is difficult for the province to get involved in land claims discussions." Mr. Howard, who said the land claims issue is the most important question facing B.C. Indians, said he was not ruling out working on the issue later, but will await "some other decision from the federal government." Indian fishing rights, another issue which comes un- der federal jurisdiction, can be dealt with on a "co- operative, federal-provincial said Mr. Howard. Vesco to stay in Costa Rica SAN JOSE (AP) Presi- dent Daniel Oduber announc- ed Sunday that fugitive United States financier Robert Vesco will be permitted to stay in Costa Rica despite a public campaign to expel him as an undesirable. Oduber said the government has given Vesco no special privileges. He said that Vesco has had not "the slightest shadow of influence in govern- ment affairs." It was the latest in a string of controversial moves concerning Vesco, wanted in the United States on criminal and civil charges. Pleas for his extradition were rejected in 1972 by a Bahamas court and the Costa Rican Supreme Court has thrown out two similar pleas on technical grounds. Oduber's decision was in re- sponse to a petition by 26 lead- ers of Costa Rica's legal, political, academic and religious communities urging Vesco's deportation for alleg- ed undesirable conduct and il- legal activities. Vesco has been living in Costa Rica since 1972 to es- cape U.S. prosecution on charges of making an illegal contribution to the re- election campaign of former president Richard Nixon to influence an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission The SEC says Vesco looted the scandal-ridden Investors Overseas Services a mutual-funds firm he controlled, of 1224 million, while investing heavily in Costa Rican enterprises. Stockholders of IOS and in- dividual mutual-funds organ- izations within the firm are suing the financier for recovery of some of the money. Oduber told the petitioners: "It is possible that much of the scandal that has been in- stigated in the press is owed to the fear of the eventual appearance of the newspaper Excelsior, which is said to be the property of Vesco and his group." You can do some pretty fancy stitching for Christmas on a specially priced Eaton Viking This Viking will blind stitch and stretch stitch 169 95 Promise Santa a Portable Christmas stocking of his very own, if he gives you this portable Viking sewing mach- ine now And you'll be able to do all kinds of other fancy stitching for your- self, for the kids, for gifts It has a built- in button holer, built-in blind stitcher, tricot type slretch stitch, a straight sew and zig zag in forward and reverse Single and double needle sewing, dou- ble spool pins, one-turn dial type thread tension control and an automatic bob- bin winder Weighs about 20 Ibs light enough for you to lift with ease Model 668 at Eaton's only In console, 199.95. In desk, 269.95. Baste, stretch 'n blind stitch with this Eaton Viking 249 95 Now with this Eaton Viking sewing mach- ine, you can monogram, embroider, applique and make all kinds of neat things It has a double chain basting stitch, automatic buttonholer, blind Stitcher, tricot stretch stitcher and a three-position needle control 21 cams with 13 reverse cams Model 911 (only at Eaton's) weighs just 22 Ibs Ask for it now. or ask for it for Christmas Hap- py sewing Console. 279.95. Desk, 339.95. You get sewing instructions with every Viking Sewing Machines, Second Floor WALTER KEflBER photo The refs all wet Red Storey was in Lethbridge Sunday to referee the Western Old-Timers epic battle with the NHL Old- Timers at the Sportsplex. Storey was the star of the show, clowning with the players and handing out pen- alties for infractions not usually found in rule books. Storey refereed for many years on the National Hockey League level and at times coaches have been known to claim he was all wet. Sunday he was all just stepped from the shower. CAREERS Use Classified Ads For Fast Results Phone 328-4411 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. Eaton's Christmas Shopping Hours Commencing on Wednesday, December 11th, Eaton's will remain open until 9 p.m. every shopping day before Christmas with the exception of Saturday, Dec- ember 14th, and Saturday, December 21st, and Tuesday, December 24th, when Eaton's will close at the usual hour of p.m. to enable our staff to enjoy the festive season with their family and friends. Check Your Coat and Parcels Without Charge... Second Floor We have established a coat and parcel check room on the second floor, near the cash office, for the convenience of our customers Check your coat and parcels and shop in comfort in our gaily decorated Christmas store The checking facilities are without charge Another Eaton service Have Your Parcels Gift Wrapped in the same area you can nave your parcels gift wrapped at a nominal charge. 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. EATON'S 'Eaton's special moment wit ff you Shop Eaton's Tuesday to and on Wednesday to 9. Use your Eaton Account. Buy Line 328-8811. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY -by- INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES SERVICE CENTRE 2 SALES PERSONNEL FOR FARM EQUIPMENT SALES Farm background an asset but not essential. Full company benefits, excellent renumeration. Un- limited opportunity for advancement. Apply in person or write giving full resume to C.W. STANLEY Sales Manager 304 Stafford Drive Phone 327-3125 ;