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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Ford differ Watergate strains friendship By MARJORIE HUNTER New York Times Service WASHINGTON President Nixon and Vice President Ford have been personal and political friends for a quarter of a but in recent there have been strong indications that their friendship has begun CAREERS Bus Drivers Required By Brewster Transport Co. Alberta CALL 327-3298 LETHBRIDQC WANTED CERAMIC TILE SETTER Phone Calgary Collect 271-4982 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 Pmcher Creek or telephone 627-3233 for appointment to be interviewed EXPERIENCED SALES REPRESENTATIVE Required immediately by Canada's fastest growing guaranteed lamp company. You will call on Com- Industrial and Institutional Accounts and offer a selection of products and service unequalled in Canada today. Our flexible sales highest rate of commission in the industry all add up to immediate executive earnings. Applicants over 50 welcome Fulltime or Sideline Must be able to make short road trips. Territories available throughout Alberta. For Complete Write LIGHTMASTER 2384 INDUSTRIAL ONT. PRINCIPAL LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE The Lethbndge School District No 51 requires a Principal for the Lethbndge 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 The appointment is expected to take effect at a suitable date m 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 movative 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 forms 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 m strictest confidence John Ph. 0.. PrwMmt end Chilrnun el ttw and Coflvtntten AMOClMton ol Southern P.O. Boi touttwrn unraveling. Neither Nixon nor Ford will admit publicly that their relations are permanently but it is now a matter of public record that the two men are at odds over the White House's refusal to turn over additional tapes and other material to the house judiciary committee. The vice president made this clear in a series of interviews and news conferences following the White House announcement last Wednesday that Nixon would not give the committee any further Watergate materials for its inquiry into whether he should be impeached. Nixon's letter of refusal had scarcely reached the committee before Ford told a gathering in that night that he hoped Nixon would give the impeachment panel relevant material and the sooner the The following the president called Ford to the White and the two men conferred privately for 45 minutes. A few hours Ford said in a taped interview with the American Broadcasting Company an interview broadcast the following night that the White House's in refusing to divulge further Watergate related tapes or materials necessarily the wisest policy Until neither the White Hoilse nor Ford had discussed what went on at that 45 minute private meeting between the president and vice president Thursday morning although it was widely assumed that the two men aired their differences on the tapes issue. during a news conference Sunday night in conceded that he had out quite his disagreement with Nixon's on the tapes issue during that meeting at the White House last Thursday. indicated that there was no change in the position I had taken and I have shown no indication that I'm going to change the vice president said. For the vice president had been saying that he felt that the White House should co-operate in furnishing to the committee else that is relevant to the impeachable offense as defined in the if the after analyzing material it already finds additional material essential difference had existed before the it was laid out quite candidly during the and I haven't backed off from it Ford said Sunday night in Danbury. Did he caution the president that such a could lead to indicated that this could lead to an emotional institutional Ford replied. While expressing the view that denying the committee material it sought was not an impeachable Ford said he was genuinely concerned that you have emotions the facts are overlooked. I he went on the facts out in the open so that members of that members of the house can make an honest judgment of the facts and not get upset or overwhelmed by some emotional institutional confrontation Full he be better for the for the congress and for the Alberta to aid underprivileged EDMONTON Alberta will spend as international aid for the hungry and the government has announced The province had previously agreed to match every dollar raised in Alberta by approved international aid programs The provincial assistance will consist of loaned machinery and other goods and Horst minister of youth and told the legislature. The contributions are. for the Canadian UNICEF including cash for a food program for children in famine stricken Ethiopia Assistance will include 500 tons of Alberta wheat for the Canada Foster Parents Plan in assistance for three programs in repair of four construction of five more and the building of a school for mentally handicapped children for the Canadian Save The Children Fund for a day-care centre for families in the slum quarter of Turkey for Canadian University Services Overseas for a rural development project in New provision of a rice milling machine and store in Sierre Leone and the training of three CUSO volunteers to work in Africa and Asia. for Oxfam of Canada for a nutrition project in a food-for-work program for tribesmen in Ethiopia and an instructional program for officials from six North African countries. Mountain lion captured at Calgary golf course CALGARY A tull- grown cougar was found near a golf course in southwest Calgary last it has been reported The 150-pound animal was spotted by two youngsters on the west bank of Glenmore Reservoir behind some berry a city pound spokesman said. He said police and pound keepers captured the tranquilized it and took it to the Calgary zoo. The animal was dead on arrival at the zoo. Zoo officials were not available for comment on whether the animal died from an overdose from the tranquihzmg gun or some othr causes. The spokesman said the cougar was the largest mountain lion of its kind he had seen at large in Calgary. It was believed to have followed the river until it reached the he said. Edmonton graft case subject of EDMONTON An alderman declined Monday to name the developer he says offered him and the city solicitor was asked to draft terms of reference for a possible judicial inquiry into any council improprieties. Aid. Alex Fallow was asked the developer's name during a city council meeting but said he must decline to answer at this time. Aid. Ed Leger referred to a news release by Aid. Fallow which said a developer had offered him a gift and another news release saying the same developer approached Mayor Ivor Dent. Aid. Fallow has already said that he did not accept the developer's offer in renorted the incident tn nolirc at the time. A police spokesman said no charges were contemplated after an investigation. At Monday's meeting. Aid. Leger called for a judicial inquiry into any council improprieties Aid Fallow said he will turn over a tape recording of the council meeting to his lawyer. Aid. Fallow told the meeting he would be pleased to supply to a judicial inquiry the same information as given to the authorities under oath When city solicitor Harry Wilson brings in his report on terms of reference for a possible council is to decide whether it wants to ask for the inquiry and what the of it shnnlH to Git little dogie Policeman tries to corral calves after a cattle freeway Tuesday. There were no but corn- truck carrying 230 calves overturned on a Montreal muter traffic encountered an unusual traffic jam. PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY AND JUNE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTI GOVERNMENT INSPECTED SWIFT'S PREMIUM WHOLE SMOKED Shoulders GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CANADA GRADE 'A' BEEF Prime Rib Roasts Ib. GROUND BEEF Ib. 5-lb. pkg. FRESH SPRING WHOLE SALMON GOVERNMENT INSPECTED BOLOGNA 3 to 5 Ib. Avenge Direct from the Pacific Ib. Swifts' by the Piece. 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