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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE HIRALD May 1974 To protest blast Strike called in Italy ROME Italy came to a temporary halt today as a four-hour general strike was mounted in protest against Tuesday's bomb blast in Brescia which killed six persons and injured 94. schools and public transport closed throughout the country as thousands of people took to the streets in organized rallies and marches. There was violence in where left-wing demonstrators threw a Molotov cocktail at the offices of the Spanish airline causing damage. A bar owned by a rightist CAREERS Bus Drivers Required By Brewster Transport Co. Alberta CALL 327-3258 LBTHBRIDQE Accounting Career Our firm has full time positions for young ener- getic persons interested in an accounting career. Applicants would be expected to enroll in C.A. or C.G.A. course of instruction. We offer an opportunity to earn while you learn plus a wide variety of experience including auditing and income tax. Accounting training or experience preferred. Please reply giving full personal resume and references to Box Pincher Creek or telephone 627-3233 for appointment to be interviewed. PRINCIPAL LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE The Lethbridge School District No. 51 requires a Principal for the Lethbridge Collegiate a comprehensive senior high school serving approximately 1300 students. The position will become vacant due to the incumbent's appointment to superintendent in another urban school district. The appointment is expected to take effect at a suitable date in the fall of 1974. Although firm criteria for the position have not yet been it is expected that preference will be given to candidates possessing a graduate degree in educational administration and having had some successful experience in school administration. Applications accompanied by curriculum vitae complete with names of references should be mailed by June 1974 Director of Personnel Lethbridge School District No. 51 433 15th Street South _______ Alberta CONVENTION PROMOTION MANAGER The Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta is undertaking an expanded program of Meetings and Conventions promotion on behalf of the City of Lethbridge. This activity will be supported by an inovative program of on-site service. THE Involves the agressive and creative promotion of the City of Lethbridge to Meetings and Convention organizers in North America. Contact with the decision makers as well as with delegates using all form's of persuasive communication. Liaison with responsible Governmental Officials at three levels and with Ex- ecutives of the City's Accomodation and Food Service Industries. THE Is an and aggressive in- dividual with persuasive skills who is seeking challenge and an opportunity to use initiative. This person must be able to function without close supervision as a member of a promotion and service team in the Visi- tor Industry od Southern Alberta. This person will have a variety of skills including a familiarity with audio visuals and an understanding of Public Relations tech- niques. A professional level of integrity is essential. Is permanent after a probationary period. Salary is negotiable. Please direct resume including recent photograph and four references in strictest confidence- John Ph. and Chairman of the Travel ind Convention Association of Southern P.O. Box Southern Alberta. sympathizer was destroyed by another Molotov while two policemen were wounded when attacked with iron bars by a band of youths demanding access to the office of a right-wing magazine. The Brescia during an anti-Fascist is assumed to have been the work of neo- Fascists. Police said a 29-year-old Brescia doctor belonging to a local neo-Nazi organization was arrested during the night but they would not confirrr. this was connected with the explosion. About people carrying red banners marched through Rome but no incidents were reported. The strike was scheduled in every city from 8 a.m. to noon but was continuing to midnight in Brescia. Radio and television broad- cast only news and classical but the Italian'Journal- ists Union revoked an earlier decision to join the strike in order to keep people informed .of developments. Police are for two young men seen in the vicinity of the square where the time- bornb went off. The in a gar- bage 94 more than 20 seriously. Pope who was born in described the bombing as barbaric use of blind EXAMINING LETTER Police are examining a letter sent to Brescia the chief of police and the public prosecutor. Signed by a group calling it- self The Black the letter made no reference to the bombing but accused the government of allowing worst Communist scum to penetrate infiltrating its swine also into the the magistrature and all places of responsi- Black Order is thought to be the strongest of extreme rightwing organizations which have carried out terrorist attacks throughout Italy. Patient follow-up advocated GRANDE PRAIRIE A coroner's jury into the death of a 36-year-old man recommended Wednesday that the Alberta mental health department intensify follow- up procedures on patients released from mental care institutions. The jury was investigating the death of Donald of the Demmitt area about 320 miles northwest of who was shot and killed by an RCMP officer April 3. The Const. John was exonerated of all blame in the incident. Const. Orst testified that he fired his gun in self-defence when Mr. Erskine attacked and struck him with an axe. The jury was told that Const. Orst and a Dr. Fred Brown of Grande were trying to find Mr. Erskine for questioning at the time of the shooting. Dr. Brown said Erskine had a history of mental problems and complaints had been received after he threatened a health nurse and several neighbors. He had been twice released from the Alberta Hospital near Edmonton where he was treated for the jury was told. CAREERS IN RADIO OPERATIONS Prtvious Experience per annum after 4 mo.s training MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT WESTERN AIR SERVICES REGION Various Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN IN NORTHWEST TERRITORIES AND THE YUKON TERRITORY while you An eight month training course will be conducted in Ottawa by the Ministry of Transport. During the first 16 weeks of training an allowance of per week will be paid. Students are then promoted to the radio operator 1 level and paid per year. On com- pletion of the training course students are'assigned to postings within the region from which they were recruited. Initial postings are normally to isolated stations where an environmental allowance is paid in addition to the basic salary. Knowledge of the English language is essential. Ap- pointments as a result of this competition are subject to the provisions of the Public Service Employment Act. Forward for PBC available at Pott Canada Manpower Centrea and offices of the Public Service Commie- of or resumes requests for fur- ther Information Public Service Commission of 300 Confederation 10355 Jasper A Alberta. Please quote competition No. 74-E-1813. Most kettles fail to pass safety tests OTTAWA Consumer affairs department tests of 53 different designs of electric kettles found 32 of them exceeded safe limits of lead particle the department announced Wednesday. Twenty of the 32 hazardous kettles had lead particle levels 20 times or more greater than the safe level of 50 parts per billion which has been set by the federal health protection branch. Just three kettles were found that did not contaminate test water with any lead at all. They are a General Electric model a Toastess model 725 and a Filtro model K67. One a Sunbeam model no. exceeded the safety limit by 640 times with lead particles per billion. The electric kettle found to produce the second highest lead levels in boiled water was a McGraw-Edison model EK3034b with lead particles per billion. Of 10 General Electric kettles only a reading of more than 50 parts lead per billion. Four of five Sunbeam Kettles failed the tests. The company's model KE2SD had a safe reading of less than 50 parts per billion. All three Samson Dominion kettles tested were found to have unsafe lead level emis- sions. EK3043-had a test result of parts per billion. Only one McGraw-Edison kettle-model EK3038B-had a test result under the federal safety level. Nine of this com- pany's kettles were tested. Westinghouse had four kettles that exceeded the safety limit and three that were under. The safe kettles had model numbers HK12A and HK22W. All four Kenmore kettles tested had lead levels at least 20 times above the safety limit. The one Viking model tested also failed. Other safe models included a Toastess a Ronson 04 and a Proctor Silex 89055. Other models with high lead emissions in testing were a K5 with parts per a Filtro K69 with parts per billion and a Jubilee 11 with 600 parts per billion. Consumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray reiterated in a news release that the cabinet would be asked on an urgent basis to issue regulations that ban sale of unsafe electric kettles. 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