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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta RAPIDLY EXPMWNGDEPMtTMENT STORE TRAINEES Excellent future In management Good company Salary commensurate with experience and education Qrade XII minimum Must be willing to re-locate Apply in Personnel Department WOOLCO DEPARTMENT STORES College Mall Shopping Lethbrldge I Experiment conducted in New York HOT SPRINGS RESORT Retail Opportunities New Shopping Centre Spaces for Lease 200 to sq. ft. Phono or LLOYD M. WILDER FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS British Canada Telephone 342-9225 PRINCIPAL SCHOOL FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED A Principal is required for the Dorothy Gooder School in Alberta. Dorothy Gooder School serves approximately sixty mantally retarded children in Southern between the ages of six and eighteen. The Principal will have major responsibilities in pro- gram development and will work closely with Director of Pupil Personnel Services. The person we are seek- ing will have experience in teaching and administration of special and will have done graduate work in the field of mental retardation. Those wishing to apply should do so by submitting ap- plications complete with curriculum vitae including references by May 21st The Director of Personnel Lethbridge School District No. 51 43315th Street South Lethbridge FOOTHILLS HOSPITAL ALBERTA Advanced Neurological- Neurosurgical Nursing Offered by The Department of Nursing Service and the Division of Neurosurgery of a six month clinical and academic program for Grad- uate Nurses. This program begins September ends March 1975 and is limited to eight participants. For further please write Co-ordinator of in-Service Education Foothills Hospital 1403-29 Street N.W. Alberta T2N 2T9 TABER RESIDENTS Are you interested is a Real Estate Block is interested in you. We need salespeople in rural areas. We can offer you experience and financing to enable you to complete deals. Interested in more in- I will be at the Taber No. May 1974 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call our Lethbridge Office for an appointment or drop in and see me May 1974. BLOCK BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL Real Estate Service Ltd. 328-2356 T. GRISAK 328-2266 F. TINORDI 327-3478 SECRETARIES Our Calgary ollice has two immediate openings for Secretaries in the following areas- Legal Department reports to the Board and Administration Department reports to the Staff Engineer and also undertakes some work assigned by Board members. Prime qualities sought are poise and maturity. Applicants must have a Grade XII excellent shorthand and typing and a minimum of three years sec- retarial experience. Salary is negotiable and will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested persons who have the required qualifications are invited to send a resume in confidence to A. Pattereon Employee Rotations Department Energy Reeourcet Conaervatlon Board Avenue 8. Alberta Resumes should be fully documented as to and salary required. ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD Youths placed in homosexual foster homes New York Times Service NEW YORK In a new and informal boys who describe themselves as homosexuals and who are unwanted by or unable to adjust to youth have been placed under the foster care of male homosexuals. Some psychotherapists call the which is sponsored by the National Gay Task spectacular in understanding homosexuality as sexual preference rather than a disease. Other doctors and child-welfare say the program is fraught with open to legal challenges by the state and the children's and the possible start of a deleterious social vend. TheGay Task Force is a New York-based group of liberationists with a membership of about 600 persons around the country. The foster case one of many projects run by the was started early last fall and has enlisted the aid of social and psychotherapists outside the organization. Although the task force is not a licensed social it has found homosexual foster parents for about 30 youths between the ages of 12 and 17 who had been referred by several private child-care agencies. All the placements have been the metropolitan New York area. Frederic a foster-care worker at the New York State Division of Youth who is familiar with the applauds it as a needed service for homosexual teen-agers he cannot usually be placed anywhere else. kind of child is treated like a Perez said. wants Tom a director of community services for the task force and the main co-ordinator of the said he gets hundreds of calls a week from child-care agencies as far away as Delaware. just don't know what to do with these he said. the kids themselves land on our ragged and seeking Smith said most of the youths had run away or had been thrown out of their homes by parents who were unable to deal with them after they revealed their homosexuality. he came from youth shelters where they were mocked or treated badly by their elders as well as their peers. The task force maintains that most of the youths are given careful counselling and their parents informed. If it is found that they are irreconcilably estranged from their only then will placement with a homosexual parent be considered. The foster because they are not licensed by the receive no foster-care payments. Most of them are single. we are very careful whom we said Smith. men I have selected have no ulterior only a desire to be a an experience normally denied to a want to help the child face the same kind of agonizing problems of discrimination and self-image which they had to he continued. most of these the youth receives a dose of paternal love he has never known before. His improves as he becomes convinced that he is not a freak of but just an ordinary A key problem in such child placement is the question of whether an adolescent should be labelled and treated as a homosexual so early in life. Critics argue that pubescent sexuality is in such a state of flux and adolescents so impressionable that such a program could only be harmful. Witch shop owner asks Salem council for official title Mass. Laurie dressed in a black cape and sits in her small shop in this historic village and explains why she thinks she's a witch. word witch comes from meaning she says. a witch is being involved in a science. Devils and demons are in people's Ms. as she prefers to be is a divorced mother of who teaches informal classes in the Salem area on mind natural law and mysticism. She also runs The Witch which dispenses graveyard snakeskins and candles to tourists who visit the site of the 17th-century witchcraft trials. She when at local high schools and civic groups. Beginning May she will teach a course on the black arts at Salem State Col- lege's division of continuing education. For the second year in a Ms. Cabot has petitioned city council to declare her the official city witch. City offi- cials referred it to a com- mittee. always want to know if I'm if I have a she says with a laugh. EFIOI OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. She Deserves The Best Claims she's a witch Laurie Cabot sells graveyard dust in Salem CAREERS MACHINIST Required immediately for steady work Steel-Flo Industries Ltd. Turner Alta. PHONE COLLECT 263-585O School food. WINNIPEG The founder and director of a weight control is conducting a cross-Canada survey of foods available in school cafeterias Adelaide Daniels of Toronto said the project arose from the idea that obesity is partially related to poor eatings habits developed during childhood and adolescence. Nutrition may be taught in she but nutritious foods may not always be available in the cafeteria. Complete her charming Colonial Setting with this quality crafted Hevwood-Wakefield Tea Wagon. Two-position one rubber-tired wheels and swivel casters. PROCTER GAMBLE CELLULOSE Ltd. has an immediate opening for a FIRST CLASS STEAM ENGINEER in their bleached kraft pulp mill in Grande as OPERATIONS MANAGER The successful applicant would be responsible for process operations in a high pressure steam plant with power generation. Applicant should have a valid Alberta First Class Steam Certificate. Previous pulp mill experience is not required. Applicants are requested to have completed resume including work experience and qualifications submitted prior to May Personnel Manager Procter A Gamble Ltd. Postal Bag 1020 Grande Alberta 189 50 Open daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thura. and Frl. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 542 13th St. N. Phone 321-1151 Frae Storage Matter Charge Deposit to Hold Leaie Plan Free Delivery Free Parking 7 ir Towfte ;