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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 42-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, June 12, 1974 AHC loan never discussed KDMONTO.N The borrowing by the Alberta Housing Corp. i AIIO of million iron) a German bunk was never discussed in detail, a former member of the AHC's board of directors says. Dr. V. A Wood said he could not remember the board approving the loan from the Main Hontal Bank in Germany. He was testifying at a judicial inquiry into alleged wrong doing by former and present staff of the AHC. John Hart, another former, director, said the loan may have been discussed, but if it was. there was no more than a passing reference since the board had a heavy agenda the day the minutes indicate the loan was discussed. "You get a junior clerk out of some department, make him executive director and he then goes out and borrows money." Mr. Justice Cairns was referring to Bob Orysiuk, former AHC executive director, who was promoted to that position in the late 1960s from a job as clerk in the municipal affairs department. NOMINATION MEETII PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION OF MACLEOD (Provincial Constituency) GRANUM COMMUNITY HALL Wednesday, June 19th, 1974 p.m. Guest Speaker: Premier PETER LOUGHEED ARTICLE 13: Any person seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination in the Constituency must notify President Don Green of Claresholm or Regional Director Sherm Ewing, Claresholm in writing of his intention so to do; and such notification shall be duly signed by the person seeking nom- ination and shall be verified by ten members of the Association. Liberal backing? A Liberal campaign sticker attached to his jacket goes unnoticed by Progres- sive Conservative Party Leader Robert Stanfield as he campaigns for his own party in Woodstock, Ont., Tuesday. The sticker was placed on his jacket by an unidentified school boy. Elizabeth Arden has a beauty bonus reserved for you Four beauty classics! And they're yours with any Elizabeth Arden purchase. Here's what you get: Velva moisture film, Transparent pressed powder compact, Sheik lipstick, and Blue Grass perfume mist. A beautiful bonus for beautiful you. Care and keeping of soft skin k-Ardena cleansing cream. m-Ardena skin lotion. Mild herbal lotion for final cleansing. n-Beauty sleep. Chiffon-textured moisturizing night cream. The day belongs to Blue Grass r-Blue Grass head-to-loe body shampoo. A rich, shimmer lotion that cleans and conditions every inch of you. 8 oz. tube. Elizabeth Arden fashions for your face a-Naturally moist lip colors. Sheer- cream coverage, high-fashion colors. b-Bye-lines replenishing lotion. Helps smooth over tiny lines. 2 oz. c-Illusion foundation. Sheer and glow- ing makeup, laden with moisture. 1V2 oz. d-Crealive coloring pencils. 26 colors Jo line lips, shade eyes, lids or cheeks. e-Creamy lash color (not Seven beautiful brush-on shades. f-Co-ordinated cream rouge illus.) _ Blends wrth new fashion-right colors. g-Shadow II compact BaiJ money totalling more than for about 36 persons who have failed to appear in court was ordered forfeited Jo the province by District Court -Judge S. V. Ix-gg. The crown had sent registered Setters. telling of its intention to apply for the money, to 40 persons who had posted bail but not kept scheduled court appearances. More than half of the letters were returned unclaimed, and only four of the 40 or their bondsmen appeared in court in attempts to safeguard their money. Judge told the one hour session that "with the now Bail Reform Act and people almost enticed as of right to bail, if they don'1 appear, they're to have to pay for it accordingly "The cost to the crown of re arresting them is atmrious and it must for frustrating for the pnlicc and everyone else." However, the crown may have- difficulty collecting the because few ol thr bail orders asked the accused to put up cash to guarantee tho appearance in court. the Attorney General's office now will have Jo file a writ of rxenition with the sheriff and the land titles office 3f the accused is found with any assets or trios to soil any land, the province may aliompt to collect. ;