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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WcdnMday, March 6, 1974-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-35 OUR GIGANTIC Milliners9 look ahead Back-to-femininity styles from the spring and summer collections of leading British milliners shown here as the first event in London Millinery Week. From left, Anna Marie in a navy blue course straw boater with white daisies and yellow spotted net which ties in a large bow at back; Diane in a straw laise bowler with blue and white crown, deep scarlet ribbon, navy veiling and a white flower motiff, and Rosemary m a sailor style of organza on a stiffened net base, with red and white flowers and a large organza multi-bow. Travelling Canadians warned of savage laws OTTAWA (CP) The ex- ternal affairs department is working on a campaign to alert travelling Canadians, particularly young persons, that they face laws that m some cases are far more stringent than those at home A spokesman said the department is concerned that Canadians overseas may get into trouble because they are not fully aware of local laws These laws, particularly in the area of drugs, sometimes are savage by our standards, he said, and a person carrying only a minuscule amount of Certified aide takes the wheel WETASKIWIN, Alta (CP) Marty Moll's patients haven't balked at being transported by a female ambulance driver "I've never had a refusal from a scared said Mrs. Moll, a certified nursing aide at Wetaskiwm Municipal Hospital, who last December slid behind an ambulance steering wheel. "In fact, there's one older man I've driven several times who says: 'You're damn good, Marty I'll put my money on you anytime.'" Mrs. Moll, who has a 27- year-old son. had driven the hospital's old station wagon ambulance several times and had considerable experience handling stretchers during her 15 years as nursing aide. So when the hospital in this city. 40 miles south of Edmon- ton, needed a driver for its new ambulance, the director of nursing jokingly suggested she take the job. "She came to me when I was working in the suture room and asked me if I believed in women's Mrs. Moll said "I said I did to a certain ex- tent, so away I went "It was no crusade. I wasn't trying to prove anything. I took it because the hospital needed help." She sympathizes with women's demands for equal pay She and the rest of the province's nursing aides are fighting for pay equality with male orderlies. For her ambulance driving, Mrs. Moll receives the same remuneration as the four male staff members who also double as drivers CARNATION FOODS COMPANY LTD. has an opening for a Second Clara Operating Engineer for StMtn Generation and Refrigeration Plant to act as Shift Engineer on rotating Top Wages, Usual Fringe Benefits. Town and District features excellent year round Recreational Advantages. Contact Don Proven, Chief Engineer PHono 2M, tun. 430 tun. marijuana may get into deep trouble The campaign has several facets. Travelling journalists are invited to consider writing articles on local laws and em- bassies and consuls around the world are ordered to co- operate in providing information Last month External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp issued a statement on consular aid available to travellers. It warned them they can expect no better treatment than local residents when they get in conflict with the law The department is consid- ering an advertising campaign to carry its warning. It may also issue warning pamphlets with airline tickets The spokesman said for more than a year a booklet has been issued with passports outlining local laws. But he said this apparently is being read once and forgotten He said there now are two million passports and another are expected to be issued this year. That meant about one-tenth of the population are potential travellers, not counting those who go to the United States where passports are not needed The spokesman emphasized that the department is not making a value judgment of any other country's laws nor does it seek to restrict travel It simply is emphasizing that local laws are different. If one person in a group is caught with drugs in Mexico, the whole group may be ar- rested Turkey may be the point of origin of many drugs reaching North America, but the country has severe drug laws Iran executes traffickers and Spain has long jail terms for possession. Many countries have no such thing as habeas corpus and a person may spend considerable time in jail without charge. In his statement last month Mr. Sharp said. "Unfortu- nately, many countries have laws, regulations and legal procedures which could be re- garded as severe and even harsh by Canadian standards He said consuls or embassies handled more than cases where Canadians were in trouble, often with the law But Canadian officials had to act within the limits of international law "Canada would not tolerate attempts by foreign govern- ments to interfere in our own judicial processes on behalf of their nationals, nor would we take kindly to outraged or intemperate criticisms of our judicial practices SIDES of BEEF CUT and WRAPPED Ib. 93 CHUCKS of BEEF 70 LB. 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