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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 8, 1974 THE LETHBRIPQE HERALD RCMP to train Indian police OTTAWA (CP) The federal and Saskatchewan governments have agreed to a new program under which the RCMP will recruit and train special police for Indian reserves in the province. The program was announc- ed Wednesday by Indian Af- fairs Minister Judd Buchanan and Solicitor-general Warren Allmand. Under the program the'In- dian constables will form a branch of the RCMP charged with policing Indian reserves and stressing such things as preventive policing and com- munity relations. will be recruited, trained and supervised by the RCMP and will have the sup- port of the force for crime prevention and law en- forcement. They will receive the same salaries and benefits as regular members of the force and will be able to advance in the regular force if they desire by meeting established standards. However, some of the rigid force standards, such as height, weight and educa- tion will be relaxed in recruit- ment for reserve work. A statement released here quoted Mr. Allmand, Mr. Bu- chanan and Attorney-General Roy J. Romanow of Saskatchewan as expressing their conviction that the program "will not only do much to improve Indian- police relations, but that it will also put Canada's first citizens at the protection end as well as the enforcement end of the law." FINANCING PROBLEM Establishment of the special constables has been talked of for some time but the question of financing has held up institution of the program. Under the agreement with Saskatchewan, the federal- provincial cost-sharing arrangements will be basical- ly those which apply when the RCMP provides policing ser- vices under contract with the provinces. CAREERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY! WAITRESSES and WAITERS TopWagat Apply in Person to HENRY YEE GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT 1517 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-2525 CLERK-TYPIST Duties include typing and bookkeeping. All company benefits. Good future for the right person. Apply in person to 209 4th St. S. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY TWO BAR PERSONS Duties to include: Tapping Kegs, also to Mix Cocktails. ONECOOK Union Wages Apply in Person to the MANAGER Elks Club of Lethbridge EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER required by Lethbridge firm of Chartered Accountants Top salary and benefits with excellent career opportunity for the right applicant. Applications with resume should be forwarded to Box 49 Herald. RESTAURANT MANAGER Required for Lethbridge location. Must have minimum two years experience as a manager of a successful restaurant- Liberal salary and bonus program. Replies held in strict confidence. SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. Ste. 8th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta Phone 263-5683 SENIOR OFFICER EDMONTON Alberta Municipal Aflairs requires a General Administrator m ther FseJd Services Branch The sucoessJul applicant mil provide direc- tion, guidance and training Jor the Regional Mobile Equipment lic- ensing inspectors located m seven areas o> the province and the Mobile Home troenstng Program administrators in improvement districts and special areas Draft legislative amendments, regulatory and pro- cedural to meet tne requirements cfl policy changes and operating demands Prepare a deiatled section budget and as- sist m Ihe preparation Of the Branch Budget flequlrEs university graduation or university tevel courses Municipal Government and a mmimum ol 3 years Administrative experience. AbfHty to communi- cate and wen with people Saia-y 515J68 Closes October 1974 Competition number MW1-64 or DEPARTMENT OF THE LEGISLATURE Office Edmonton To carry out investigative duties 1or the Ombudsman throughout jhe Province ol Alberta Duties include interviewing d complainants and Governmew officials, examination d Departmental Mes. preparing bniets ana reports lor the Ombudsman Gonstoeratxe travel through- out The Province ol Alberta is and a valid Afberta ortver's license Is essential st-juld have a high school education or equivalent plus several years of investigative experience Closes October S. 1974 Competition number 6462-1 APPLY: QOVEfttflNEWT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICf MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 AVENUE EDMONTON, ALBERTA, T5J OH4 OR: PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM SM TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA. TSK 2C1 PRESIDENT FORD Ford leaves himself wide open By BRUCE LEVITT WASHINGTON (CP) -The reasoning behind his pardon for former president Richard Nixon is expected to be laid out by President Ford when he goes before a House of Representatives subcom- mittee Oct. 10 on live television. And already there is speculation that Ford's action may touch off demands for his direct testimony on a host of other issues. It is speculation that is be- ing shot down by White House spokesmen, who say that be- cause Ford has volunteered to go before the House judiciary is not re- sponding to a request for his dangerous precedent is being set. "He's a great believer in the direct press secre- tary Ron Nessen says. "He feels he is the one who has the best information sur- rounding his pardon power. He feels he has nothing to hide and wants to tell the truth." SOUGHT FACTS The subcommittee did not call on the president to it did ask him for detailed information about the pardoning of Nixon, one of the most controversial acts of the Ford administration so far. Now, some congressmen and even some White House aides are quoted as saying that the Ford action in this case, no matter how commen- dable and forthcoming might lead to direct requests for his presence on other matters. At the very least, they say, it might make a refusal to appear in the future somewhat embarrassing. They point out that Nessen's. description of Ford as the per- son having "the best informa- tion" in the pardon case, also fits many other situations. However, Ford is expected to the event HM such future requests do his executive powers have not been eroded by this voluntary offer to appear. In the meantime, the presi- dent's move has sent the con- stitutional scholars to their reference works. BECOMES THE THIRD History records only two presidents ever testifying before a congressional com- mittee while in office. George Washington appeared before the Senate early in bis administration to seek advice concerning a trea- ty with Britain. In that case, his appearance was not exact- ly hailed by a senate jealous of its treaty-making powers. Abraham Lincoln was the only other serving president to appear and he went before the House judiciary committee several times, generally with regard to presential assump- tion of widening war powers. The story that Lincoln appeared to deny that his wife was a southern sympathizer or spy generally is attributed to legend. Since Lincoln, a succession of presidents have done their best to avoid appearing before congressional committees, citing such doctrine as ex- ecutive privilege and separa- tion of powers. Woman dies in house fire RUMSEY (CP) Lydia Kolarik, 79, died in a house fire near this community, 75 miles northeast of Calgary, RCMP said Sears Starts 6 p.m. tonite personal Shopping Only Regular These famous maker BLUE jeans feature 2 front pockets with watch pocket and 2 back pockets All seams are double stitched with contrasting gold stitching. Reinforced at all stress points have tough metal zipper fly and made of tough 13% oz. denim. Full size range. (Except size Shop early for best size selection. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Store Hours: Open Daily a.m to p.m Thursday and Friday a.m. lo p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 at Simpsons Sears you lines! satisfaction or money refunded and tree delivery ;