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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April 21, 1973 THI IITHERIDGE HERALD Tory quits race CALGARY (CP) Bob Dix- on, an instructor at the South- ern Alberta Institute of Tech- nology, announced Friday that he is quitting the race for the Progressive Conservative nom- ination in Calgary Foothills. Mr. Dixon, a former public school board trustee, said he was disturbed by the general atmosphere of the competition for the provincial riding nom- ination. Some of the other eight Con- servative hopefuls have been purchasing party member- ships, then giving them away to increase their chances of victory at the nomination meeting, he said. A byelection is expected to be called soon to replace Len Werry, minister of telephones and utilities, who was killed in a traffic accident in February. Social Credit leader Werner Schmidt, Liberal leader Bob Russell and New Democratic Party president Nancy Eng have indicated they would seek their party nominations. Nixon takes bold action in crisis over 'White House cover-up' case By R. W. V. APPLE R. New York Times Service Children hop I represented by his two an- i nouncements without the relent- I less pursuit of the bugging epi- WASHINGTON -President, sode by the press, by Sen Sam Nixon's striking statement, j. Ervin Jr. of North Carolina about the Watergate case this I chairman of the investigating week was in keeping with his! committee, and by federal reliance on bold action in the judge John J. Sirica, who pre- face of crisis. By taking the counter offesnive, his associ- ates in the White House believe, he hopes to show that he sinned not but was sinned against, to portray himself as the prose- cutor and not the protector of those to be prosecuted. He moved from a posture of dogged denial not to the mid- dle ground of waiting snd- seeing but to an aggressive search for miscreants. If in the past he had behaved as if he Food color ff Oil OTTAWA