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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Bubble champ Sandy Lafleur, 12, displays a sticky grimace of success after blowing the biggest bubble to win the Ottawa Boys' Club bubble gum blowing championship. CAREERS INSURANCE CORPORATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA CAREER OPPORTUNITY CLAIMS ADJUSTERS The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia has a num- ber of openings available for experienced ad- justers in North Central and Interior British Colum- bia as well as in the Vancouver area Intermediate and Senior Adjusters, with a minimum of 2 5 years experience, are required Responsibilities will include the investigating and adjusting of complex claims in both the auto- mobile and general insurance areas SALARY RANGE Intermediate Level Senior Level 592950 Please submit a complete resume detailing past experience or phone us at 665-2921 (collect) to have an application form sent to you INSURANCE CORPORATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Personnel Office 18th Floor, Royal Centre 1055 West Georgia Street, Box 11131 Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3R 4 THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION Requires Two (2) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS IN THE SYSTEM PROTECTION GROUP HEAD OFFICE, With Headquarters in Fredericton Reporting to the System Protection Engineer, the Electrical Engineer is responsible for the overall relay co-ordination of the system and generating protection equipment, and provides engineering direction in the operation, commissioning, and maintenance of the System Protection and control equipment and of the generating protection equipment. Applicants must have a minimum of two years experience in related field. Starting Salary will be commensurate with quali- fications and experience. Applicants wishing to be considered for these appointments should write, stating their qualific- ations, no later than December 13th to: THE EMPLOYMENT OFFICER The New Brunswick Electric Power Commission 527 King Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 4X1 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Crowsnest Pass School Division No. 63 in- vites applications from interested persons for a posi- tion of Superintendent of Schools with duties to com- mence on a date agreeable by both parties Division employs 86 teachers in 5 schools with an enrolment of 1.642. Qualifications a) A permanent Alberta Professional teaching certifi- cate. b) Five years of administrative experience in Alberta or in a school system of equivalent standard perience in a senior administrative position an asset c) A degree from the University of Alberta or from a universrty of equivalent standard. d) Have pursued one year's graduate study in a held acceptable 5o the Minister either at a university in Alberta or at a university of equivalent standard. Executive Officer of the Board. Applicants should include a complete curriculum vitae with references Closing Jo be in the divisional office by December 15th. 1974. For further information, contact M.P. Kowalchufc. Superintendent of Schools, Telephone 562-2942 Applications should be sent Jo Vice-Chairman, Selection Committee, Crowsnmt Pass School Division No. 83, P.O. Box 568, Blairmore, Alberta (envelope marked confidential) British attack on terrorists like FLQ crisis LONDON (CP) The gov- ernment is launching a new attack on Irish terrorists this week in an atmosphere bear- ing sombre similarities to Canada's Quebec crisis of Oc- tober, 1970 A new law is being rushed thcough Parlia- ment that would ban the Irish Republican Army (IRA) and give police extraordinary powers of search, arrest and detention. It forms the cabinet's re- sponse to two weeks of un- precedented peacetime terrorism, including the kill- ing of 19 people in the bom- bings of two Birmingham pubs, and the wounding of dozens more in a string of London bombings. The stepped-up war between authorities and teronsts recalls the Canadian offensive against the Front de Liberation du Quebec (FLQ) after the kidnapping of British Trade Commissioner James Cross and the later kidnap- Alberta's divorce rate tops OTTAWA (CP) The di- vorce rate was the highest on record last year, continuing an upward trend which began in 1961, Statistics Canada re- ported Thursday In 1973 there were di- rate of 166.1 per roughly one for ev- ery 140 married couples and the rate was up 12 per cent over 1972 In 1972 the 32.364 divorces recorded reflected a rate of 148.3 per The rate has gone up every year since 1961 when it was 36 per 100.000 pop- ulation Divorce records were begun in 1921. Alberta had the highest rate among the provinces and Newfoundland the lowest The rate per 100.000 population by province was Alberta, 263 British Columbia. 245.7: On- tario. 173.6. Manitoba, 1623, Nova Scotia. 155.2. Quebec. 133.1. Saskatchewan. 97.7; New Brunswick. 88: Prince Edward Island. 47. and New- foundland. 41.4. In the Yukon Territory the rale was 300 and in the North- west Territories 110.5. Rates in the territories have been volatile, moving up and down without an apparent pattern Both the number of di- vorces and the divorce rates rose last year in all provinces except P I murder of Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte. In both cases, membership in or support of the terrorist groups is made illegal for the first time Here, police may search or arrest suspects without war- rant, and detain them up to seven days without charge. In Canada, it was 21 days. Britain's new weapon, the Prevention of Terrorism Act, also gives the government power to expel suspected terrorists to the Irish republic or to Northern Ireland. But there seems to be a striking difference between the Canadian and British cases. Here, there has hardly been any or out of the the perils to civil liberties con- tained in the new law In Canada, a small but vocal minority kept that issue alive throughout application of the War Measures act and the Public Order (Temporary Measures) Act, which was in power from December, 1970, to April, 1971 That difference may spring from a deeper distinction be- tween the two IRA. dating back to the Irish civil war. has been far more deadly than the FLQ ever was. Though already outlawed in the Irish republic and Northern Ireland, its membership may number in the thousands And it is enmeshed in the terrible tangle of religious, political, social and economic conflicts that have raged over Ireland and Great Britain for years As in Canada of 1970, the re- cent round of attacks on in- nocent people unconnected with the Irish problem has raised calls in the Commons for a return of the death penalty. As in Canada, the pressure has so far been resisted by the government. A favorite IRA ting bombs in mailbox- the mailbox bombs of the FLQ in the 1960s. The government here has responded by sealing letter boxes in many areas of Lon- don, especially near railway and underground stations and other public places. One British newspaper, citing some of the parallels between the British and Cana- dian cases, also notes that Canada has been virtually free of terrorist activity since the Canadian government's strong action in 1970. Cigarettes up 3 cents MONTREAL (CP) Impe- rial Tobacco Products Ltd announced Thursday a package of cigarettes will cost as much as three cents more, effective Dec 5, because of increased federal taxes on tobacco Football star faces trial VICTORIA (CP) Wayne Matheme. a defensive back wifn foolDall British Colum- bia Lions, will stand trial in Victoria provincial court March 18 on charges of com- mon assault and creating a disturbance by swearing Malhrrcne. 25. and Ivor Kidds. 31. of Burnaby. BC. were charged Sept 8 follow- ing an incident at Swartz Bay fern' terminal in which John Anderson, a member of the B C Ferry Traffic Patrol was assaulted Friday, November 29, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 Prices effective Friday and Saturday November 29 30. 1974 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT _ QUANTITIES! I LIKE THEIR 1 Carry-Out Services. Now available! Centre Village IGA CHARGKX CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 13th STREET NORTH. LETHBRIDGE MARTEN'S IGA COALDALE o CANADA GRADE A "1C YOUNG CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF tfj ft A SIRLOIN GAINERS CAPITAL. BY THE PIECE SIDE BACON. FRESH GROUND BEEF. REGULAR OR FINE GRIND NABOB COFFEE CAMPBELLS MUSHROOM 11b. net wt. bag 1 15 10fl.oz.tm NABOB MINCEMEAT 44 fl. oz. jar AUNT HANNAHS WHITE OR BROWN BREAD DOUGH 99 I9 0 20 Ib. net wt. bag WITH ZOC COUPON REDEEMABLE ON MEAT PURCHASE PURITY FLOUR KRAFT iftAft MIRACLE FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA PHONE 327-0353 SOFT DINNER ROLLS I CINNAMON ft TWIST BUNS Di59 15 c CANADA No. 1 CALIFORNIA RIBIER GRAPES GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS CALIFORNIA FRESH CANADA NO. 1 BROCCOLI 2i69 0 ;