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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June 12, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-47 Red parties make it on ballot Movie turns to real-life drama Spectators watch as clouds of smoke billow from the ballroom of a seaside pier in Southsea, England Tuesday where motion picture director Ken Russell is filming the rock musical About 200 persons, including the film's star Oliver Reed, escaped unhurt. Dense clouds of smoke coming up through the already roofless structure were visible ten miles away. CAREERS YOUR FUTURE IS HERE Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA FIRE PREVENTION OFFICERS .The Fire Prevention Branch is currently recruiting Fire Prevention Officers to fill vacancies in district offices in Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge and Grande Prairie. Successful applicants in this competition will each be assigned to one of these districts. Their work will involve inspecting buildings and building plans to ensure fire safety standards are met, promoting fire safety and related special programs, and advising community officials, contractors, firefighters and the public on fire safety matters. Applicants should have completed secondary school and a recognized police or fire training program. Experience in a fire department or in investigation, or an equivalent combination of qualifications, is necessary. A vehicle is required. The current salary range for these positions is to Competition Number 6115-3. Closing Date June 24, 1974. FIRE INVESTIGATOR The successful applicant in this competition will be assigned to the Calgary district office of the Fire Prevention Branch. Duties involve conducting investigations of fires and explosions where there is a loss of life, large property damage, or suspicion of arson. Responsibilities extend to initiating and assisting in prosecution action when this is necessary. Basic qualifications for this position are completion of secondary school, with recognized police or fire training, and experience in fire prevention and investigational work. The current salary range for this position is to Competition Number: 6116-1. Closing Date: June 24, 1974. APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 Avenue, T5J OH4 OR: ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, T5K 2C1 The City of Edmonton (Horn of tbf 1978 CoBtmonweillh Gimss) Requires ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Assessors As a part of departmental reorganization, the Assessors Department requires experienced administrators for these 2 new positions. Administrative Officer Tax System Management Under the direction of the Director of Tax Collection, the incumbent will be responsible for interpreting and administering the property tax system as it relates to municipal and administrative regulations. Additional responsibilities will include maintaining and controlling a master billing and receipt system for property and business tax accounts, directing and controlling a homeowners' tax rebate system and supervising the work of section staff. The successful applicant will be a University graduate in a related discipline supplemented by accounting course work and a minimum of two years administrative supervisory experience preferably in a billing and collection system; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Initial salary negotiable to per annum. Please quote: POSTING NO. 607-74. Administrative Officer Tax Records Management Under the direction of the Director of Tax Collection, the incumbent will be responsible for developing and implementing a management information system for the Tax Branch. Additional responsibilities will include maintaining controlling an entire tax record system, directing Ifae Sax branch as it relates to local improvement changes and tax payments and supervising the work of section staff. The successful applicant will be a University graduate in a related discipline with a minimum of 2 years diversified experience in a computerized data management system, preferably in a supervisory capacity or witl have an equivalent combination of training and experience. initial salary negotiable to 00 per annum. Please quote: POSTING NO. 606-74. Apply to: The City of Edmonton Employment Office Centennial Building 21 Sir Winston Churchill Square Edmonton, Alberta Applications will be reviewed up lo and including June 24, 1974. City Commissioners Prison lawsuit NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) Eight prisoners at the British Columbia Penitentiary say in a federal court action that they are being subjected to cruel and unusual punishment under indefinite solitary confinement. The prisoners are suing Her Majesty The Queen and Dragon Cernetic, institutional head of the prison, for declaration that their confinement, allegedly without charges or hearings, deprives them of rights guaranteed by the penitentiary service regulations. In a statement of claim filed in federal court registry Tuesday by Lawyer Bryan Williams, they say that tear gas has been discharged into solitary confinement cells where the prisoner has no chance to escape; that light bulbs in the 10 by five foot cells bum 24 hours a day; that there is no adequate ventilation and heat, and that only running cold water is provided, with a pint of hot water twice a week for shaving. The plaintiffs in the action are John Emmett McCann, Walter Alan Dudoward, Rheal LaMarche, Ralph Cochrane, Jake Quiring, Donald Oag, Keith Curtis Baker and Andrew Bruce. They also say that their confinement in the special correction unit has been ordered in some cases by persons other than Mr. Cernetic and that he has improperly delegated the authority given to him to order such confinements. Rail lines move costly WINNIPEG (CP) Premier Ed Schreyer said Tuesday Winnipeg and Manitoba should take a hard second look at the question of relocating rail lines outside of the city because the cost could well outweigh the advantages. He said the City of Toronto is now moving some rail lines back into the city after a huge relocation project. Mr. Schreyer met earlier with CP Rail president Ian Sinclair and other CP executives and was told the railway would not take the initiative in making the move to relocate. The premier interpreted this as meaning the city and province could expect "a fairly large bill" if the railway moved its huge central yards outside the city. Diamond rings stolen EDMONTON