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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WedMMtey, March 13, 1974-THt LITHMIDOB HIHALD-21 Unusual silence CAREERS SERVICE MANAGER Required for a FORD Dealership in CAMROSE, Alberta Position carries dual role of Service Manager and Shop Foreman with responsibilities for full manage- ment of service department. Applicant must be journeyman mechanic with Ford background desireable, excellent opportunity to live m one of Alberta's finest communities, company car provided, submit application in confidence, stating full resume to: LAMB FORD SALES LTD., 4903 49th Ave., CAMROSE, Alberta Community Development Director A person with strong leadership and administrative abilities is required to assume responsibility for direction and continued development of preventive social service programmes in leadership training, neighbourhood development and counselling. The successful applicant should have had substantial experience in administration and inter-personal relations. Applications should include complete resume, references and salary expectations, and should be forwarded by March 18th, 1974 to: The President Centre for Personal ft Community Development, 1120 7th Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR for THE REHABILITATION SOCIETY OF SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA DUTIES Management of the Rehabilitation Society whose role is "a complete service to the Handicapped" The primary role being rehabilitation to industry wherever possible QUALIFICATIONS Background in business management and demon- strated ability in managing people and products High public profile and strong capability m the area of public relations A knowledge and appreciation of program needs for the handicapped is also preferred SALARY RANGE- annually Applicants forward complete resume with no less than three references by April 15, 1974 to- PERSONNEL COMMITTEE REHABILITATION SOCIETY OF SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA 1261 2nd Avenue 'A' North LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA____________ CAREER SALES OPPORTUNITY Would you like to earn to a year (and more) as a salesman? You can do it right m Leth- bridge. No overnight travel is required. We offer a comprehensive training program. You will receive excellent fringe benefits. There is a built in opportunity for rapid advancement. In recent years our sales people have qualified for meetings in Hawaii, Mexico and Nevada. This April we are off to San -Diego for 7 days, all expenses paid. A sales background and High School graduation are desirable, but certainly not essential. Some of our successful people have University degrees. We have people under 25 years of age, others are grandparents. We have no particular requirements, but we are looking for honest, hard-working men or women, who meet people well and will follow our proven sales system exactly. Take five minutes to investigate this challenging and rewarding career. Call collect to Lethbridge at 329-4888 between 9 a.m. and p.m. or 327-7741 between 5 p.m. and p.m. and ask for Mr. Pierson. Or you can write to Box 149 Herald. MEDICAL OPPORTUNITY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Family doctor required for Granisle, British Columbia, on beautiful Ba- bine Lake. Population: 1500. Single or married accommodation avail- able. Office space with small labor- atory, examining rooms, portable x-ray available without charge in shopping centre. Two mining com- panies prepared to support earnings so that successful applicant realizes more than fair income. Apply: Granisle Copper Limited 2000-1055 W. Hastings Street Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6E 2H7 Mrs. Nixon in Caracas Mrs. Pat Nixon representing the U.S., sits with wives of Venezuelan ministers at Tuesday's inauguration of president Carlos Andres Perez. Death penalty aired WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Senate took up Tuesday the question of whether the death penalty should be permitted under federal law. Also at issue is the question of whether this can be done constitutionally under a 1972 decision of the U S Supreme Court. The bill, recommended by President Nixon a year ago, would limit capital offences to treason and espionage and to specific major crimes, including kidnapping and plane hijacking, resulting in death. The death penalty would be mandatory in these cases if one or more enumerated aggravating factors is present, and if none of any one of five listed mitigating factors is present. Senator John McClellan (Dem floor manager of the bill and its chief Senate sponsor, said "the mitigating factors are broad enough to insure that only those deserving of the death penalty would be executed." "The death penalty must be restored if our criminal jus- tice system is to combat effectively the ever increasing tide of violent crimes crimes of terror that threaten to engulf our he said. Senator Harold Hughes (Dem. Iowa) urged defeat of the bill. "The death penalty demeans human society without protecting he said. CALLED A COMPROMISE McClellan called the bill a compromise intended to make it constitutionally acceptable ,under the Supreme Court decision, that he said has had the effect of eliminating capital punishment throughout the country. McClellan emphasized that the Supreme Court, in its 5-to- 4 decision, did not rule that the death penalty in itself is unconstitutional. Rather, he said, the court held that capital punishment had come to be imposed so arbitrarily as to constitute cruel and unusual punishment. In all cases under McLellan's bill the death penalty would be mandatory unless a jury found one or more of the five mitigating factors listed in the bill existed at the time of the crime. One mitigating factor is being under 18 years of age. Another is having significantly impaired mental capacity. Still another would be acting under unusual or substantial duress. Another mitigating factor would be that a defendant was a relatively minor participant in the crime. The fifth would be that he could not reasonably have been able to foresee that his conduct would cause a risk of death to another. New embassies OTTAWA