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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 DEATH DORAN Passed away in the city on July 1974 following a lengthy il- Mrs. Violet C. Doran at the age of 77 beloved wife of Mr. Jim W. Doran of 2001 12th Ave. S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of funeral service. C523 IN MEMORIAMS GUNDLOCK In loving memory of Eunice Gundlock who passed away June and Emit Gundlock who pass- ed away July 1970. remembered and sadly missed by Bonnie. and Nancy. 8182 RAMAGE In loving memory of a dear father and William who passed away July 1968. Gone but not forgotten. remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife Peggy and family. 8183 BRAUN In loving memory of our Kenton who passed away July 1964. Looking back with tenderness Along the path you trod We blessed the years we had with And leave the rest to God. remembered by Grandpa and Grandma Milliken. 8181 BRAUN In loving memory of our son and brother who passed away July 1964. Just when your life was Just when your years were best. You were called from this world of sorrow To a home of eternal rest. loved and sadly mis- sed by Lind- Sheldon and Shannon. 8234 CARDS OF THANKS McCOY I wish to thank my doctor and the nurses of the Border Counties General Hospital for the wonderful care given me during my stay in hospital. Also many thanks to my neighbors and friends for the gifts and cards given to me and the visits. McCoy 8180 BECHTHOLD We would like to express our sincerest thanks to our and many friends' who came from far and near to help us celebrate our 40th Wedding Anniversary. Thanks also to Mike for the beautiful to the and ladies of the Central Church of Christ for the most delicious lunch served throughout the and to all who sent cards and gifts. We will cherish the memories of that day forever. and John 8179-27h Police using civilians for prostitute bait Bank standing by its new bills Ear chewing is rodeo cowboys say SEATTLE Should civilians employed by the police be allowed to use tax dollars to purchase sex in body painting Police say it's legal if it's the only practical way to en- force laws against prostitution. A model and her public defender lawyer say it violates the right to privacy of consenting adults and the con- stitutional guarantee of equal protection under the since only the alleged prostitute is arrested and charged. That's the sum and sub- stance of City of Seattle vs. Bonnie an unusual test case in municipal court deal- ing with sex for sale at one of the city's many body painting shops. The woman is charged with selling an undercover agent a sexual when he visited her at her place of employment April 17. At issue is a practice which costs the city to each time a studio is visited by one of the agents. Judges say it takes three cases on a model to make the charges stick. Police records show that one undercover agent spent more than in city funds for body painting sessions and 16 'extras' between June 28 and July 7. Richard W. Ramon of the vice squad says regular of- ficers can't be used to investigate prostitution in the body painting trade because a Homeless old Indian to get new house department regulation prohibits officers from taking their clothes off while working on a prostitution case. He says conventional prostitution arrests are made by plainclothes officers on the street or in a hotel room after an agreement is made to per- form a sexual act and money is exchanged. At body painting Ramon the discussion of or comes only after the model and client have gone to a disrob- ed and painted each other with lotion or powder. Ramon says just will be accepted for such an assignment. Applicants are and must establish their credibility. They also have to be single. Ramon said the use of married men as undercover agents was dropped after it was pointed out that the prac- tice was in violation of laws against adultery. B.C. An 86-year-old Indian on the Bonaparte Reserve 15 miles northwest of Cache Creek who has been homeless since his house burned down July 7 will be getting a new thanks to a re-allocation of special government housing grants. Johnny Morgan originally was told by the Department of Indian Affairs that he couldn't get the government subsidy because all of the available grants had already been allocated. Ken chief of the threatened to set up a Airplane delivery too slow A long delivery period prevented Time Air from buy- ing its first choice for a larger aircraft on the Lethbridge Calgary Edmonton the airline's president said today. Stubb Ross said the Fairchild F-27 which will go into service Oct. 27 was the se- cond though it was close to the first. The original plan was to use a Hawker Siddeley but the delivery time was he said. The seating capacity was about the same. Both aircraft are twin engined he said. Time will also begin service between Grande Prairie and Edmonton Oct. 27. and is currently waiting tor the Canadian Transport Commis- sion to rule on whether it will have three flights a day or two. DIVIDEND DECLARED VANCOUVER Bank of British Columbia directors declared Tuesday a dividend of 50 cents a share payable Aug. 30 to shareholders of record July 31. It is the bank's fourth the directors said in a statement. Stranded Britons dislike Canada CALGARY Two young English hitchikers who are stranded without money here say they have asked the Canadian immigration depart- ment to deport them back to England. Tony and Stephen said in an interview they were denied permission to work by Canada Manpower officials and because they are without money they must return to their homes in England. Their return air tickets can- not be used until the pair have spent 60 days in Canada. They have been in Canada only a month. They said because they are not Canadian citizens or land- ed immigrants they can only obtain work under a work per- mit issued by Canada Man- The pair said they were told it would take as long as three -weeks to receive a work per- mit and said they cannot af- to wait that long for money. David section supervisor at Calgary's Canada Manpower said the permit system allows Canadians first chance at jobs in their own country. He said if the two men found the details of the including type of work and duration of the job would be sent by Telex to every Canada Manpower of- fice in the country. If no Canadian could be found to fill the the two English visitors would be allowed to go to work. Mr. Croker said the pair had no idea of the cost involved in touring Canada. He said food and lodging is far more expen- sive here than in Europe. didn't have much idea of he said. first few nights in Toronto we spent each on a hotel room. If we had that money now we could go to British Columbia for a few The two said they are tired of hitchiking across Canada and complained about drivers who make obscene gestures at them and others who swear at hitchikers as they pass. roadblock on Highway 97 and charge a toll on cars to pay for a new house for Mr. Morgan. Jack supervisor for the Indian Affairs Depart- ment in said Mon- day he told Chief Basil he would review the budget and see if it was possible to find funds for the new house. Mr. Morgan's case was a number one and funds were obtained from another reserve with less urgent housing problems. Chief who had called a news conference on the reserve for Monday afternoon to look at Mr. Morgan's situa- tion and Indian housing con- ditions in was not available for comment on the new grant Monday. Mr. Homan said Mr. Morgan would probably qual- ify for the full grant because of his low income ancfconstruction of the house would begin in about six weeks. Mr. Morgan has been living in a tent since the fire. New president appointed for Angola LISBON Rear- Admiral Rosa Coutinho has been named president of the new military government in Angola. He replaces Gen. Silvino Silverio recalled to Lisbon after a week of turmoil in the African colony in which at least 54 per- sons were killed. The ruling military the Armed Forces also announced the expulsion from Angola of a leading disc jockey and radio Fernando Norberto de Castro. Defeated candidate says newsmen are gutless CALGARY A defeated Liberal candidate in the July 8 federal election said Tuesday Calgary newspaper reporters and broadcasters art- and said they helped to spread industry which enabled Conservative can- didates to sweep all 19 Alberta seats. Frances a stock said reporters failed to investigate the conduct of oil companies which she said voters by say- ing a Liberal election victory would cost Albertans hundreds of oil-related jobs. Ms. defeated in Calgary told a round table meeting Liberal can- didates did poorly in the elec- tion because industry statements were magnified through all the media. The feeling really was that Ottawa is trying to kill She said she has obtained evidence that oil companies tried to sway their employees votes away from the Liberals by saying Liberal tax proposals would cripple the oil industry and cause reductions the number of jobs available. Ms. Wright said she has sent the evidence to Canadian because be damned if I'm going to do the leg work for the local OTTAWA The Bank of Canada is standing by its new despite com- plaints they are easily con- fused with the new-design notes issued four years ago. Bank officials say some complaints have come in since the new bills were first cir- culated in early but criticism has been exagger- ated. all notes in the new series have been well-re- says Sterling a special assistant in the bank's department of ad- ministrative operations. time a new one comes out we get some people who are a little unhappy. It takes a while to get accus- tomed. But on the whole the reaction has been The bill and the new are the notes in the new series to carry the Queen's portrait. may have caused some says Mr. Suggett. people should The new issued in carries a portrait of Sir John A. Macdo- nald. The in circula- tion since carries a portrait of Sir Wil- frid Laurier. New and bills will be issued by early next with a redesigned to go into circulation shortly after- ward. The bill also will be changed but the bank isn't working overtime on it. There are only of them in cir- culation. This compares with 174 million 64 million 59 million 93 million 123 million eight million notes and 11 million notes. All notes in the new series are designed to make life dif- ficult for counterfeiters. Bank officials say no fake copies of the new bills have yet been discovered. Mr. Suggett says color is a basic concern in any currency design. It is legal to bite a horse's ear in a wild horse The Herald has learned. LCC ups enrolments Students aiming for a business career are enrolling at Lethbridge Community Colllege in hordes. Enrolments in business ad- ministration have increased by 79 per cent over the total amount of students who enrolled by mid-summer last year and the two-year secretarial program student applications have increased by 75 per cent. Darrel director of the LCC school of welcomed the increased enrolment because ment opportunities for the en- tire business field have been excellent with more requests for graduates than the college could he said. Dennis who iden- tified himself as the rodeo participant in a picture in Friday's said wild horse racing rules allow anything within reason to control the animal. The cap- tion said ear-biting was il- legal. Berry manager of the Canadian Rodeo Cowboys' said in a telephone interview from Calgary there was nothing in the CRCA rulebook to forbid so it must be legal. do it all the he said. Boys find big mushroom Two boys have discovered a mushroom four feet high and weighing 11 pounds in a field near here. Authorities said the giant of the rare Lyperion Bovista is not poisonous but is inedible. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES WANTED Required youthful personnel for fully modern automotive must have acety- lene welding top company good working right person can advance rapidly. APPLY BOX 34 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SERVICE MECHANICS Immediate positions open for licensed mechanics or qualified apprentice in Lethbridge. Top industry wages. Excellent working conditions. Apply in writing C.A.JAMES Box 7 Lethbridge or Phone 327-5512 Days Evenings 329-3475 All inquiries treated in confidence. MCKAY BROS. FARM EQUIPMENT LTD. WOOLCO AUTO CENTRE Has for Licensed MECHANICS APPRENTICES AND SERVICE MEN Good Starting Salary. Excellent Bonus Program. Com- pany Benefits include Co. paid Life Supplemental Drug Medical Registered Pen- sion Plan. For Appointment call the Manager 328-8014 EXPERIENCED MAINTENANCE MECHANIC For large Distribution Centre in Calgary. Ex- perience with Raymond Forks and Moto-Truc preferred but not necessary. Own Tools necessary. 5 40 hour work week. per hour with without and full range of Company Benefits. Apply in writing or in person CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED 535 Avenue S.VV. ALBERTA Proctor Gamble Ltd. has an immediate opening for a ELECTRICAL TRAINER in their Bleached Kraft Pulp Mill at Grande Prairie. Alberta and presentation of training courses in efectrfcaf theory and maintenance. Heavy emphasis will be placed on training in subjects ranging from electrical schematics to D.C. Drives. A B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering or a Journeyman's ticket and several years of industrial experience. Some training experience is but company training will be provided. Successful candidate will have opportunity to expand into pro- maintenance or Engineering aspects of the Company. Excellent benefits and relocation allowance will be provided. Those interested are requested to sub- mit a resume including work experience and qualifi- cations prior to August 1974 Personnel Manager Proctor A Gamble Ltd. Postal Box 1020 Grande Alberta Use Classified Ads For Fast Results Phone 328-4411 REAL ESTATE IS THE GAME AND BLOCK BROS. HAS THE NAME AND THE NAME OF THE GAME IS PROFESSIONAL MARKETING We want people who are interested in learning the game. We can show you the way to become a leader in the real estate sales field. Our training program is among the besS in the business. Our incentive program profit is un- equalled. For more information on the fascinating field of Real Estate call our office now. Frank Tinordi 327-3478 Tim Grisak 328-2266 BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL j 328-2356 REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. CAREERS OPPORTUNITY COMPANY LOANS OFFICER DUTIES This is specialized professional work providing medium to long term financing and counselling to small and medium sired manufacturers and producers throughout the Province. Successful applicants will be competent to prepare complex studies manufacturing and financial reviews evaluation and improvement and equipment analysis planning and scheduling and product development QUALIFICATIONS Middle management experience in marketing or financial univer- sity graduation in engineering or commerce or an equivalent combination of ex- perience and education. Grande Prairie SALARY to LEGAL OFFICER DUTIES Responsible to the Corporate Secretary for the processing of legal documentation necessary for the advance of funds to businesses receiving financial assistance from the Alberta Opportunity Company. Duties will include the preparation and review of legal documentation internally as well as the instruction of outside firms of solic- itors acting on behalf of AOC. In the performance of duties will come in contact with clients of the their the company's corporate solictiors and other professional groups for the execution of legal and further assist in the assembling of the required information required prior to the advance of funds. QUALIFICATIONS Membership in the Law Society of Alberta Ponoka SALARY Please submit resumes Corporate Secretary Alberta Opportunity Company P.O. Box 1630 Alberta ;