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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Patient spent 13 years waiting for home YELLOWKN1FE, N.W.T. (CP) An Eskimo man who was released from a Manitoba mental home after 23 years spent 13 of those years just waiting for officials to find a home for him in the Northwest Territories. Paul Nukkerweenar was 24 when he was arrested for allegedly shooting another Eskimo whom he believed was having an affair with his wife. Mr. Nukkerweenar was judged unfit to stand trial and committed to the Selkirk men- tal health centre in 1951 where he stayed until his release last November. Bob Creasy, now an employee of the Territorial government but then employed at the Selkirk home, said the charge against Mr. Nukkerweenar was withdrawn in 1961 and since then the home has sought a place in his native Keewatin district where the Eskimo could return. "We needed some situation that would permit his gradual re-entry to the Mr. Creasy said. "Whether a person is ill or not you don't plunk him back into the north 23 years later. "The real breakthrough was being able to persuade the corrections people this man would be appropriate for them to have." The case was brought to light this week on the floor of the Territorial legislature by the council member for the Eastern Arctic, Bryan Pear- son. Saturday, January 25, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 35 Montreal aghast at new wave of killings CAREER OPPORTUNITIES OFFICE MANAGER REQUIRED Mature individual required. Must be experienced in bookkeeping, typing, shorthand, payroll and general office duties. For appointment please phone: Mrs. J. Porgaj at 328-6661 STEREO S. PHOTO 419 5th Street South, Lethbridge. Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Calgary Alberta WELDING INSTRUCTOR Presents lectures, shop demonstrations and-shop practices in gas and arc welding to Apprentices and full time Technology students. Desire an Alberta First Calss certificate of Proficiency {or equivalent) In Weld- ing, plus varied industrial experience. Higher certification will receive preference. Faculty benefits' include two months vacation each year, Pension Plan. Life Insurance Plan, and Medical and Hospital Plans. Competition Number: 5501 -C-2. This competition will close with the ap- pointment of a suitable candidate. Please quote competition number when applying. Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD. Require: DESIGN-ESTIMATOR Applicants with 3-4 years experience in indus- trial design and estimating of factory manu- factured units are invited to submit resumes for this open permanent position: Responsibilities include the following duties: preliminary design sketches detailed cost estimates working drawings and specifications detailed bills of material drawing interpretation, line inspections, etc. drawings and estimates for industrial Sales marketing purposes Reports directly to the Manager, Engineering and Design. Submit resume of qualifications, experience and salary expectations to: Manager, Employee Relations Safeway Shelter Systems Ltd. P.O. Box 970 Clareaholm, Alberta EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POSITION: Executive Director. LOCATION: Standoff, Alberta Under the direction of the Board of Directors, to co-ordinate the general administration of the Indian News Media operation and programs. Attend all Committee and Board meetings; advise the Board and Committees of progress of programmes and recommend changes where necessary: and liaise closely with native people, governments, service organizations and all other resources. Duties will involve the following specific items: (1) To explore and pursue any rights, privileges, and concessions where the Society may deem con- ducive to Its development and objectives. (2) To prepare reports and budgets within the Society's operations. (3) To deal with correspondence connected with the administration as required. (4) To consult with the Board of Directors in carrying out policies concerning the terms and con- ditions of employment for the employees in the Society. (5) To present quarterly financial statements to the Federal and Provincial Governments. (6) To conform to all lawful orders given to him and to report on all actions to the Board of Directors of the Society. NOTES: To ensure consideration applications must be received by p.m., Saturday, February 15, 1975. Interviews will be held Saturday, February 22, 1975 tentative.. Write "application" on letter and should be sent to: Acting Executive Director, Indian News Media Box 58, Standoff, Alberta DRUGGIST REQUIRED FULL or PART TIME Address applications for this Position to A.C.ANDERSON P.O. Box 397 Lethbridge DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES The Willow Creek School Division No. 28 invites applications for the position of Director of Special Educational Services with responsi- bilities centered on the following: 1. Diagnosis of student learning disabilities including the administration and interr pretation of individual intelligence and achievement tests. 2. Planning educational programs for learn- ing disabilities students throughout the division in consultation with, other dis- abilities and remedial teaching staff members. Please provide the following: a. An annotated description of all graduate courses taken as well as university transcript (s) b. Professional references. Applications should be postmarked prior to March 1, 1975. Applications may be sent to: Dr. A. R. MacLeod, Superintendent Box 1088, Claresholm, Alberta. ATTENTION! PROFESSIONAL SALES REPRESENTATIVES Are you a Sales Representative in one of the following Industries: AUTOMOTIVE REAL AGRICULTURE- INSURANCE DIRECT SALES Are you finding it difficult achieving your goals, ambitions and high income? We offer you the opportunity to achieve your goals, ambitions and high earnings in a rapidly growing mobile and modular home retail industry. High commissions, incentive programs bonuses excellent working hours and conditions, and the opportunity for advancement as well as full company benefits are available to you. All inquiries are strictly confidential.. COUNTRY WIDE HOMES LTD. Suite 200-325-6IH St. S. Lelhbridge, 329-0566 Contact Brian Wilson, Marketing Director fttttfuttttfttfttitrtttttttttttHfttmtmtmitin, THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION requires (2) PERT COST SCHEDULING ANALYST I's On a temporary basis for the duration of our Lepreau Project, working at Marysville Engineer- ing Complex. Under the direction of the Pert Cost Scheduling Analyst III, the Analyst I shall perform the following tasks: code information from logic diagrams; up-date schedules from information re- ceived; de-bug computer runs; code cost date for keypunching, and produces arrow diagrams. This is a technical orientated position, and the applicant must be familiar with the civil, electri- cal and mechanical terms and equipment in the Design and Construction of generating stations. The salary for this position will be in accordance with the Local 2309 of the Union Agreement. Applicants wishing to apply for these positions, should write directly to: The Employment Officer N.B.E.P.C. 527 King Street, Fredericton, N.B. E3B 4X1 THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER IMMEDIATE Phone 327-2284 or 327-8221 SECRETARY RECEPTIONIST Salary Commensurate with experience Apply: YWCA Executive Director 604-8th St. S. EVER THOUGHT ABOUT OWNING A PLANT SHOPPE Chances are you haven't, but if you are looking for a unique retailing opportunity, one that is a proven success, a plant shoppe may be of interest to you. As you are well aware the.growth rate of plant shoppes In North America has been remarkable. The .Plant Shoppe is constructed and stocked as a turn-keybperation. The Shoppe is located, leased, equipped and stocked by marketing experts. This is not a franchise. What you are buying is your very own business. All you have to do is walk behind the counter on opening day. A location in Lethbridge is now available if you are interested contact us immediately. For FREE details: VILLAGE GREEN PLANTS 1530 Marine Drive West Vancouver, B.C. Phone 922-4313 MONTREAL (CP) They're playing bingo in some of the nightspots that once gave Montreal a wide open reputation but residents are aghast at a new wave of spec- tacular crime and punishment. Quebec Provincial Police killed escaped prisoner Richard Blass in a hideout at Val David in the Laurentians north of Montreal Friday, climaxing a series of gun- fights since five convicts es- caped from St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary Oct. 23. Early Tuesday morning 13 persons died in a shooting and fire at the Gargantua Bar- Salon in north-end Montreal in one of the most chilling crimes in Canadian history. On Wednesday, newspapers carried New York accounts of the conviction of Montrealers Frank Cotroni and Frank D'Asti.on two counts involving the shipment of nearly 20 pounds of cocaine from Mex- ico into the United States four years ago. Last Saturday the headlines announced the arrival home of Lucien Rivard, 59, from a U.S. prison. He was paroled after serving nine years of a 20-year sentence in a famed narcotics case with repercussions that shook the federal Liberal gov- ernment 10 years ago. Justice Minister Jerome Choquette launched a judicial inquiry into organized crime in Quebec in" 1972. The corn- mass for the victims and their families and also for the killers and their families. We all face the same God." Father Lanthier pictured the Gargantua, a topless nightclub, as an alien and un- wanted element in an essen- tially "village" and "dor- mitory" milieu, where the pace is strikingly slower than in downtown Montreal, three miles away. The small-town atmosphere of the district is enhanced by such features as curving out- door distinctive aspect of French-Canadian by small shops and elegant apartment buildings of three or four storeys. Passersby on Beaubien ex- change a brisk "bonjour" in the nippy winter weather. They turn into the neighborhood barbershop, the grocer's, the pharmacy, the caisse populaire, a credit un- ion, or perhaps the local pet shop. But the neighborhood dry- cleaning shop, the Chez Phil- ippe, located under the Gar- gantua in a two-storey building, is of the same fire that ravaged the nightclub. The Quebec government ap- pointed another inquiry com- mission into the construction industry after a rampage of destruction at the James Bay hydroelectric site last March. It has unearthed sfen- ii. iiaa uucui LIICU aaril- mission, in recess now, began sational incidents of corrup- highly controversial public tion, loan sharking and bone hearings early in 1973 and is to FARM FUEL DISTRIBUTOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Texaco Canada Ltd., has openings for aggressive responsible individuals in the petroleum distri- bution field in various rural areas of... SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL SASKATCHEWAN Texaco is prepared to offer: Financial assistance National advertising and sales promotion Experienced guidance and counselling TO THE RIGHT INDIVIDUALS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: TEXACO CANADA LIMITED 51 OAvord Tower, Regina, Saskatchewan. resume sittings in March. In 1969, Mr. Drapeau told a reporter during a record wave of killings that the apparently indiscriminate slaughter proved there was no "underworld pope" on the scene. The chaos proved to him that no one command rul- ed the underworld as in the tidier old days. In such a picture, un- derworld vengeance may hit anywhere in the city, whether in the predominantly French speaking east end or the large- ly English speaking west. It was in the northeast sector that Tuesday's tragedy oc- curred. The church of St. Ambroise stands two short blocks along Beaubien St. from the Gargantua, where the 13 were killed in what police describe as the worst premeditated mass slaying in Montreal history. Abbe Louis Lanthier, a Roman Catholic priest for 37 years and pastor at St. Ambroise since I960, came to the door of his presbytery with a reporter and gazed at the now peaceful scene. "C'est is he said. "Our parish is a place for living and loving, not for killing. My heart is filled with pain. There must be justice, but not vengeance___ "On Sunday we will pray at TOWNOFLEDUC Preventive Social Services Director Applications will be received until February 15th for the above position with the Town of Leduc. The successful candidate will initiate and oversee a variety of Preventive Social Services programs related to the personal and social needs of a rapidly growing com- munity of people. Candidates should have a history of involvement in community affairs, should possess a dedicated Interest in people and should be capable of stimu- lating resources in the community. This is a newly created position, providing scope for an imaginative and resourceful approach. University training in one of the behavioural sciences is advantageous but not essential. Some practical previous experience is desirable. Applications, complete with resume and indication of salary anticipated, should be sent to: P.S.S. Selection Committee, P.O. Box 187, Leduc, Alberta _____________________ TOC IVO breaking. The Gargantua nightclub killings of 10 men and three women, topping a crime wave which pushed the Quebec murder rate to one a day since New Year's, brought public demands for better police ac- tion. One newspaper declared editorially: there are dis- turbing reports that the high command of the Montreal Urban Community police is so riven by internal power strife that officers who should be concerned with public securi- ty are more interested in keeping track of the manoeuvres of rivals." Still, Montrealers often boast that residents can walk the streets with much greater safety, night and day, than in other North American cities of comparable size. The metropolitan district has a population of 2.5 million. The appointment of a crime inquiry commission was op- posed by Mayor Jean Drapeau, though he himself first won renown as a crime buster in the 1940s and 1950s. The city had been known as "Sodom on the St. Lawrence" infested with bordellos and gambling dens. Mr. Drapeau has maintain- ed organized crime no longer exists in Montreal as it did in the 1940s. But it is com- monplace, to hear people say the scene seems more chaotic in some ways now. PAROLE OFFICERS Salary to National Parole Service MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta Public Service Fc-hctiori btibliqiie Canada Canada This competition it open to both mtn and women In Alberta. DUTIES: Appraises the suitability of inmates in cor-' rectional institutions for release under parole; super- vises persons released on parole; establishes and maintains working relations with various public and private agencies, welfare organizations and others concerned with the rehabilitation of parolees. QUALIFICATIONS: Vary according to the nature and level of the positions. However, candidates must pos- sess a pass bachelor degree and have acquired re- lated work experience. Knowledge of the English language Is essential. Ap- pointments as a result of this competition are subject to the provisions of the Public Service Employment Act. Forward "AppHciHon (or Employment" (Form PSC 36, 4110) woil-