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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 1, 19.4 Defence department opens doors to women OTTAWA (CP) The de- ence department Thursday QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic 303 5th Street South Metcalf Building PHONE 328-7684 broadened the scope of female involvement in the armed forces, in effect opening the doors for women in all but a tew classifications. Defence Minister James Richardson announced that the ceiling on the number of women in the forces will be removed and they will be eligible for 82 of the total of 121 job positions They will be restricted only from combat trades, sea- going duties and isolated postings. And such is a new and unex- pected recruiting crisis, some oincers are saying with only some exaggeration it is hoped that female recruits bring their brothers along with them Officials say recent publici- ty about reduction in the size of the forces has drastically hit recruiting The effect of the publicity has been such that officials are worried about even keep- ing up with the reduced size of the forces Mr Richardson's announce- ment means that women will be accepted into 18 officer classifications and 64 non- commissioned trades. Previously 48 trades and classifications were open to women Mr. Richardson said the new policy means that most openings will be filled by selecting the best candidate available, male or female. "We'll be recruiting people, not males or said Col Herve Lagace, in charge of recruiting. The new edict means that the target of women in the forces and recruitment of 800 a year is gone and that it's first-come, first served for all but the restricted areas. EATON'S Save Now! Giant Clearance of Eaton Viking TV's You know Eaton Viking is a name you can trust for dependable performance and top quality. You can trust Eaton's to back up these sets with our solid reputation. You can own a new Eaton Viking set right now with your Eaton Account. One-of-a-kind sets priced low, low, low! 759 99 You'll have to shop in person for these great buys in demonstrators and floor models. They're all priced to clear and they're mostly one-of-a-kind, so the sooner you come in, the better your chances of getting a really great deal! What a low price to pay for a black ana white consols! 209 99 This Eaton Viking 23" console has the "wide angle" aiumimzed picture tube for a sharper, undistorted picture. Raoid-on operation avoids lengthy warm-ups Contemporary style cab- inet. 26" color set features Beautiful Oak Cabinet 719.95 Trus Eaton Vik.'rg vaiue 26" black rr-.atr.v o.ctjre tuoe N-'e.. J -'-O Mate !i --is c of coior ard tint Beautnu; oak cabins; Eaton Viking 26" set with Spanish styling 759.99 Spanish-msDired console has handy remote control, dependable 100% soi.d s'd'e crisis, rap'd-on opera- -V rr 3'r.x des'gr ai arc p c'u'e tube Set auio- fa'.c 5 oak ftnisn. Contemporary style in 26" color console TV 679.99 Dependability of 100% solid state chassis and the good looks of wal- nut finish contemporary style cabinet. A real Eaton Viksng ,-aiue' With rapid- on coeraiion. Pre-set automatic fine black matrix picture tube. 26" color console with black matrix picture tube 689.99 Th.s Vif irg fc has 'DO- so ri OOC a" J PrC se1 a ir or Se'1 9ri r CTb 31 03" Sh Eaton Viking 26" coior iowboy-style console 599.99 26" coior console is 100% solid state 679.99 Eaton Viking 20" color set 489.99 100' I' 'or T'' Qi -i T j'or: j -it i t r d This 2C porlsblc reliable 100% soi'd c.'i-': chassis pnres up. left the Mr Graccy hr not feel done to help cattlemen at the current "All we can do is. live through this Th-, bec through to the end." Larger cattlemen will survive "But for the others, well there's fie traced> Mr Hargrave, however. says government ra providing farmer1; with incentives to hn'd 1 calves which thev now arc selling for o- by toirouragmg consumers to eat more >v- "There arc too man> rovis n Canada simplv "We need to get to market and a to pet consumers to eat more <-ow meat He says cattlemen must make a concentrated el as manv cows from their herds as possible. Am them to sell cows rather than calves ;