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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, January 8, 1975 Ailing Basl'ord vacations OTTAWA (CP) Revenue Minister Ron Uasfonl has left hospital and begun a Florida vacation alter medication was found to treat his circulatory ailment, a spokesman said Tuesday Mr. Basford entered hospital during the last week of November and was releas- ed in time to spend Christmas at his Ottawa home. CAREERS PHARMACIST REQUIRED CONTACT THRIFTWAY DRUGS 327-0340 Automotive and Industrial FOR INTERVIEW CONTACT MANAGER ACKLANDS LTD. Lethbridge I Phone 328-8111 REQUIRED FOR OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT Fully Experienced TOOLPUSHERS DRILLERS DERRICKMEN EMD MECHANICS ELECTRICIANS To staff most up-to-date equipment for new offshore and land operations. Competitive wages, tax advantages, generous overseas allowance and vacations. Year-round employ- ment. Relocation of families and schooling for children at company expenses. SOUTHEASTERN DRILLING INC. 304 Royal.Bank Building Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1W8 Tel: 429-5865 Militia course pays Judy Manty was one of 60 high school students weighed in by Chief Warrant Officer Stan Stolz during the first hour of registration for a leader- ship course sponsored by the Thunder Bay garrison militia units. The course, code name Operation Opportunity, is the first of its kind in Canada. Partici- pants learn first aid, weapons' care, compass and map reading and survival techniques. Pay scale is per day. Probes revive skepticism, confusion Spy agency a mystery WASHINGTON (CP) sudden rash of investigations being organized into the activities of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has revived the widespread feelings of confusion and skepticism which have been constant companions of the United States spy agency for much of its 27-year history. Four separate committees of the United States Congress have announced they will look into allegations that the CIA illegally spied on American citizens in their home country. And President Ford has named a "blue- ribbon" commission headed by Vice- president Nelson Rockefeller to conduct a 90-day study of CIA activities within the United States. With four congressional committees at work, the likelihood of conflicting pur- poses and inefficiency seerns obvious. A more fundamental question has been posed by reporter Seymour Hersh, whose recent series of articles in the New York Times first raised the allegations of illicit CIA spying on anti-war activists and others in the U.S. Why, Hersh asks in a news analysis, did it take a newspaper story to promote the current investigations "when the facts were long since known to government of- ficials and some in Congress." Representative Lucien Nedzi (Dem. who as chairman of the House of Representatives intelligence subcom- mittee will lead the main congressional study of the CIA, has acknowledged being told more than a year ago about illegal ac- tivities but says he did nothing because such actions had already stopped. "It was he says. Other congressional leaders, charged with exercising some oversight of the CIA, have apparently turned a similarly tol- erant eye in the past on excesses and blunders committed by CIA agents and of- ficials. The standard reason has been "na- tional security." Meanwhile, the membership of Presi- dent Ford's newly created commission has raised eyebrows all over Washington. Senator William Proxmire (Dem. Wise.) calls the commission "very considering its main job will centre around alleged abuses of civil liberties by CIA counter intelligence. Rockefeller himself has been a member for five years of the foreign intelligence advisory board, a civilian group respon- sible for overseeing U.S. intelligence ac- tivities. As such, critics say, he lacks the appearance of impartiality which would inspire public confidence in the new com- mission. Several other members of the new eight- man commission have also had more- than-casual connections with U.S. in- telligence operations in the past and some have earned scant respect for their at- titudes toward citizens' rights. When the CIA was created in i947 as a successor to war-time U.S spy operations, public debate focussed on whether the United States should coun- tenance the same double standard as its major allies and it is all right to conduct activities abroad against foreign citizens and governments of a kind which would not be tolerated at home. The CIA charter locked in the double standard. It specificially forbade the agency to engage in domestic spying of the type it was being funded to carry on abroad. From humble beginnings, the CIA is reputed to have become a year octopus, part of a tangled complex of military and civilian intelligence agencies and departments which published reports of up to billion annually. Medicine Hat TV manager dies at 52 MEDICINE HAT (CP) Ian Carson, national sales manager for CHAT Television, died Tuesday at the age of 52. The joined Monarch Broad- casting Co. Ltd., owners of CHAT radio and television, in 1948 as chief engineer. Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN JOIN THE CANADIAN COAST GUARD THE CANADIAN COAST GUARD, Ministry of Transport, offers excellent training and career opportunities to young men and women who have a desire for a seafaring life, and who want to see more of, and learn more about their country. Selected candidates will be trained at the Canadian Coast Guard College, Sydney, Nova While training as a Navigation or Marine Engineer Officer you will receive free board and lodging, monthly allowance, uniforms, text books, annual vacation. TO BE CONSIDERED for admission to the Canadian Coast Guard. College students must have: their 17th but not their 21st birthday as of September 1 of the year of enrollment. completed secondary school with algebra, geometry, trigonometry, physics and French or English at graduation level. a pre-employment oral and written examination. a pre-employment medical related to career requirements. Proof of graduation must be provided before appointment as an Officer Cadet can be made. A knowledge of English or French is sufficient for acceptance. Requests for application forms and inquiries concerning the Canadian Coast Guard College should be directed to: Staffing Officer Canadian Coast Guard Ministry of Transport Transport CD A Bldg., 21E Place De Ville, K1A ON7 WE'RE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR GOOD PEOPLE WE are a company of Good People and we need more at this moment, real estate is one of the fastest growing industries in the country. To maintain pace with this rapid growth, Block Bros, needs more sales personnel. WE offer some of the best training courses in the in- dustry. We offer virtually unlimited funds to help you make deals. WE offer you the satisfaction of helping people attain a lifelong real estate. BLOCK BHOS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD .Block Bros. For more information call BLOCK BROS BLOCK ITflBROS, Bill Lazaruk 328-7402 HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS AWAITING YOU! 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