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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE lETHsRICGE HEWID .'o-to-y 3. 1973 First performer of 1973 Mr-V v.-; A --3 Cc'.-ciis 'ue Yclss Me c- i- PC-: z-r, C'S., -e st'-d.ec" ct J Cber In cf "n Lc-rr-. r-r: He rrs j c-d C" befcre '-g ccrcsrs V'5-- c-d vsr- worth of cicy police idei> tifirauo- invesugalicc. is cor.- primarily of pclico prisoners ar.d keepmg a file the pteiogrsphs he "Eve-T tine a person is ci 5 criminal set tw he be ed and for hi; police record." said Dst. Set. A iror.: prcr.'.e picture. ten fibers ard a copy of the local polic? fonn are mailed to e central bureau b Ottawa, The picTjres ibo fofsr prmt; positive identi- fication o; the rjersorj so t'ne record of can sot be placed "Cctntirg ihe tirre i: tikes ms io "ci a mug sh-jt. fill ou: the rroper forss. take the fir.ger rrints aai do ali c: the fuinf and pvfr said Lclschcer. As pa." of his "idar.t sec-dos" ;-_ncticn Sr- Leis- chr fT also the pictures of a'J rerso" -vh-o for CLV s; 2; s lieer-sts. a scsr.es are duties :o Det. Sgt. Leiscb- ner. or.e of the mist Uiks are cs-fbt be- catise they or :j a ar.d are careless." said Dst. Sr.. "Ol'.ea a cririn_ai starr c" on a crl-e o: sorrs sort vlth gloves or., only 10 find they re[ in his even ii dc-sr-'t have prints on tie ob- re his he rnsv jean a wall aid good he said. Much of the evidence gatber- Checking cabinet for prints ei by Del. Sgt. is used in court. Finger pnr.15 on ivsij and cb- j'ects too big to bring io conn rr.iy be "'liited" oa 3 special i-pe that picks IT? .fir.zer" print has ;o the resica; of ;hc finger prin: A picvjre cf the print can be taken, exposed on a special film 'high ccntras; only black vith ro greys then eniarged. Enlarged picrj-es of She un- flrjg-r p.-lnis may then be cor-pared with identified finger for idenuficauorj p'-Tposes. If at least 10 rf the flr.ger print riGge? be- tween ar: print and a knoTrj prini Canadian cc'ur.s vrlii uszaily accept the match as a indicaLDr. cf positive icer.tiiication, says Det- Srt. L-isch-.er. He is "Iso fcr the scenes cf ms.ior or fatal traffic accfcsnts. Tnese pltKDcranhs are th-n both for nnthe-r investi- gation by the police traffic sec- tion and in- court as evidence. In fra-.-c Det. Set. an-d Det. Set. L-isch- Dsl. Sgt. Irvine on the job ner often Tork together. In many situations a latent aresh> ftrger print may be found on a piece of phor.ey cheque by plac- ing i; tii of iodine gas crystals. If :he prin; can be matched to a imos-a c--irrirai. an tificaticj can often :e made. If in the ci'.y idertffication sec- tier., it can often be idetiiified after being forwarded to Oi- city rclice for Det. cameras. a r.gh pcTv-er telesco- wer-t a var'ety o: photo as print powers, sn: a comrlete carkroom an-d p e-Tanrer. Det" Sgt. LetsohrJ-r has had lora! force :rc the RC.IP ii '.1-5 'jse o: all c: atitinrie to him. ?n -o-e a than anv oti.fr detective. "My are to knoT ard v.hr.t is m-vlng in the city at a'i times, arc to be able to been ii-o'.veo in; crutie_-- soon as it he canatd- iy to'd Toe Herald. Det. Sgi. Ivanoo vrorks or. a rancora pattern that varies as IT. the citv require. A prolonged in', could mean a serios of right shifts. An aburdarcc cf v.ork co-i-d mean a lot of office To Say abreast of possible crtttiL-.al events in ihe city. Det. Srt. Ivarco makes fre--uer.i checks of regirers, check- ins thrcuzn the r--lice com- puter tie-in at the police station Uro-vray ra-d'o. the races of pcssibly ruspicio-as persons. Informants are also a course of information for tne pol- ice. althvugh Ivnnra a-.c his rjperiors v.-.li not cis- to svh.at extent mfcrrr.ant- libed infomtaticc; is collected or His ;oo i? to krc- vrh- t5 Li td-so a-.d -.-.-'r- mlgri b.; v.v.at. He say.- he cftsn yust to his s-rtirce? co- ope.-ctlve. busting e.-ybocy a n y charge. pretty soon no vculd talk :i me." he said. OPEN THURS. FOR 12 HOURS-9 Til 9 OPEN FRI. FOR 12 HOURS 9 TIL 9 SATURDAY OPEN FROM 9 A.M.-4 P.M. leaves torn Managua NOW ON! Continues for 10 days TEENAGE AND COLLEGE CREPE SOLE v CASUALS y Drsssy t'es. Ey x >v Wild Woolisy, Suszn, Jc ;Q9t. A LADIES- A CHUNKY HEELS Reg. to 16.00 ON SALE AT S5 ALL SNOW BOOTS Fajhio-i booli included. Reg. to 14.GO ON SALE AT ONLY EXCLUSIVE Debs end Err-press FASHION SHOES All regular slock. 3 DAYS CNIY THURS FSI., SAT. Air Step Shoes S13 MEN'S DACKS SHOES All n-w stork included. OFF LADIES' HANDBAGS A cood i AT CNIY CHILDREN'S SHOES Reg. Io 12.95 ON SALE AT....... Reg. to 23.00 ON SALi AT ONLY 403 5th STREET S. LETHBRIDGE A former Lethhrtdge man i in York City after lotlr. home ar.d du: bg the severe earthquake th: racked Manag-ja, Nicarag-u; Tec Peters. :s. the son t former Letherdge resitien- Mrs. Fred Peters cf Fc- Uuderdale. F. and his Lee. had in Managua for years Jt. j the "neph Ted Racley of 733 17-u1, V.-. Ra-nley said Tussda railed his sister in Fort eraale a few days ago and ed his hr-d lei: for Yorl-t. Both JL-. Peters and ri escarped inyucy. Pete Pilot honored The husband a foTr.er Lethbridge h.i> beer, a.varried ;he Order 3-. tish Emp-e in B-c'itr.gram. Palate Laurie c B.rc Ta-.ior. a pilo-t with BOAC. s-as a-vandvd :he hnnor :vr his as chairman of the Erltu-h Mr. Tayl.Tr is mamtc-d ;o the Marvvrt-e of I.c-Jicridge. Tav'.or's par- er.ts. ar4 Mrs. J. Mr- 1: ar.d later to her parents'' ir-; Peters have no chiWi-en. hems 'In Tistas immediately Mr. Raciley said he doesn't after the earthq-jaie. bin her Mr. Peters viU re- husbarjd, an employee cf the ifin his v.ife and Nabiscc Company, was asked "I heard from xy sister that cy the Nicansguan government my nephew wt'. get apottiev to stay a few days tocser to and is r.ot rehntaing to act as an raerpreter Nicaragua." Mr. Raiiley said. ;i Coaklale iiative named sov't ruarketiiis officer beer, named domestic mrr- tir.g orficer for the Alberta par.rr.c-E: of agrlmirure. Prerioislv asststant ma.nar.er the Shu.- Gai-. Feed Divisor. Canada for Canada Packers i. in Calgary. Mr. Eas siil ui1. in the invesiigatior. d promoticn cf marketing o> "-urities fcr Aibena proid- sales Lt Canada j.xxniin; to AlMrta Marketrng Corr.nuss-.cr.er Karry Kargrave. i.'e ti a of the Al'trta of Ag-olorls-LS anc of tne AJberta ision c: tre Canadian Feed STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 THE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL PrmirUv Presents MARK WESTCOTT IN RECITAL PRIOR TO HIS LONDON DEBUT FRIDAY, JAN. 5th p.m. (PIANIST) YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets at LEISTER'S MUSIC STORE Adults All Students ;