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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 2-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Tuesday, August 6,1974 mMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm News in brief Fieger case reviewed MEXICO CITY (CP) - The Unlike Canadian court hear- case of Les Fieger of Van- jngs. Mexican court reviews couver, charged with drug ^..^ confidential and the smuggling, was reviewed bv a , , court judge Monday but'no P'^''^"" c'larged does not statement was issued. appear in the chamber. TV station fires Lindsay NEW YORK (AP) -WCBE-TV fired its new political commentator, former New York mayor John l.iiid.say, Monday for endors-ii^g Democrat Howard .S.niuels for state governor. The .station, flagship of the Columbia Broadcasting System, said Linsay's media representative David Garth had assured CBS that Lindsay would sly out of the political arena. Nixo escaping trial demolished WASHINGTON (APi Like ihr vvUnVA' Mnws ot a jack-hammer, events have cracked and fin.iliv li; inolishcd President Ni.xon's hopes for escaping linpcachiiieni by tlie llou.se of Representatives. Now, only resignation remains a^ an altcrn.iiivc lo trial by the Senate. The latest blow was struck by the prcsidi lU himself when he disclosed Monday that he had wiilihcld f .'c from his own lawyers, from Congress and linm !hc \ inri.in people. Princess to open fair He referred to tapes of three (vive Haldeman on June 23, 1972, si\ (la>s n in. Those tapes would show, said .Nixon discussed the political advantages of FBI investigation of the break in, "I was aware of the advantai! have with respect to limiting pussit: volvement by persons connected w mittee," Ni.xon said in a statement re White House. To manv in the House fh.it ainiiiia! : ;e had with H. R. iiei ihe Watergate break- thai tie and his staff chief isiny. the CIA to limit the of action would .jlic exposure of in-,ith ''le re-election comic.i i � reporters at the ��i.: '�� a virtual confession of obstructing justice. At the least, it posed a stark contrast to Nixon's earlier claim that he had no knowledge of a cover-up by anyone at the White House-and certainly not himself-prior to March 21, 1973. And neither did it wash well against his declaration to the House impeachment group that he had given it "the full story of Watergate." As a result, there were immediate defections from even the ranks of his staunchest House defenders. Four Republicans who led Nixon's fight within the House judiciary committee said either they would vote for impeachment or were reconsidering their positions. The most significant loss was Representative Charles Wiggins, the articulate Southern California lawyer, who had attacked the impeachment case, point by point, during the committee hearings. Wiggins called for Nixon's resignation and said that if the president refused to leave office voluntarily, he would vote to impeach him for obstruction of justice. Wiggins' statement appeared to signal the end of any possibility of mustering enough votes to block impeachment by the House. Nixon acknowledged as much in his statement: �A House vote of impeachment is, as a practical matter, virtually a foregone conclusion, and ... the issue will therefore go to trial in the Senate." REP, WIGGINS OTTAWA (CP) - Princess Anne and her husband Capt. Mark Phillips will visit Toronto Nov. 15-18 not Nov. 14-19 as previously announced. Government House said Saturday. But the princess is still expected to open the Royal Winter Fair Nov. 15 as orignally announced, said a spokesman. Irish woman killed BELFAST (Reuter) - A 60-year-old Roman Catholic woman was shot dead early today when a bullet smashed through the front door of her home in Belfast's Ardoyne district. The bullet is believed to have been a stray shot from a gun battle near her house between British troops and Irish republican guerrillas. Bodies recovered KAMLOOPS, B,C. (CP) -An Okanagan helicopter crew Saturday recovered the bodies of three men killed Friday when their four-engine water bomber crashed near Ashcroft in British Columbia's interior. The bodies of Jim Fewell. 54, of Abbotsford, B.C., Phillip Clack. 45, of Victoria and Bill Sameluk, 20, of Thunder Bay, Ont., were brought to Kamloops Airport Saturday night. 350 die in floods DACCA (Reuter) - At least They said the death toll in- 350 persons have died in floods ravaging many areas of Bangladesh, government officials reported Monday. eludes more than 100 people who died of cholera by drinking impure water in the flood-affected areas of Mymen-singh, north of Dacca. Rural stability predicted ESTERHAZY, Sask. (CP) - Premier Allan Blakeney took a message of hope to small town Saskatchewan iMonday, declaring that the days of rapid depopulation are over. "We can look forward to much greater stability in rural Saskatchewan in the days ahead," he predicted on the bus tour. Seven killed in Cambodia PHNOM PENH (AFP) -Rockets killed seven persons and wounded 10 here Monday night in the third straight night of missile harassment of the capital by the Cambodian rebels. Four Chinese-made 107-mm. rockets fired from the east bank of the Mekong River less than six miles from Phnom Penh fell in the south part of the city. \eo-Fascist office bombed ROME (Reuter) - Four small bombs exploded today outside offices here of the neo-Fascist Italian Social Movement party in apparent reac- tion to Sunday's bomb attack on a packed holiday train. The blasts all went off within half an hour, police said. There were no casualties and only minor damage. Chess tournament ends MONTREAL (CP) -Organizers at the 11th Canadian Open Chess Championship said they were happy with the performance of Canadian players following the 11th and final round Monday night. "We have a good crop of young Canadian players that will really be something to see in three or four years,""tournament assistant - director Bernard Ouimet said. 106 die during weekend THE CANADIAN PRESS Thirty-nine persons killed in traffic mishaps in Ontario were among at least 106 people who died accidentally BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 329-4722 COLLEGE MALL across Canada during a three-day Civic Holiday weekend. The Monday civic holiday, not statutory, was celebrated this year in Ontario, the Prairie provinces and British Columbia. Death THE CANADIAN PRESS Moscow-Lev Knipper, 76, composer of the popular Russian song Polyushko, Pole, IMPORTANT NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PARKING METER CONVERSION As of August 6, 1974 there will be free r? parking at all parking meters ur't- furtlier | '�o'.ioe. This will enable -Gh) : :v.s lo ' make necessary changes for the increased meter rates. Cyprus war conducive to Soviet aims Bourassa to reveal QUEBEC (CP) - The financial and land holdings of Premier Robert Bourassa and members of his cabinet and their immediate families were made public Monday in compliance with the Quebec government's new conflict-of-interest directives. The directives, issued last June, require cabinet ministers to disclose each Aug. 1 their land holdings other than their personal residential property, their debts, and financial holdings. A minister also is forbidden to hold shares in private companies which might do business with government unless he exercises no direct control over company decisions. Documents shown to reporters by the clerk of the cabinet Oil cleanup started HALIFAX (CP) - A limited clean-up was under way today at Saglek on the northern coast of Labrador '.' :'� � iiiijcials there uw,:-. arrival of governmeiu technical experts to aid in the disposal of about 500,000 gallons of spilled diesel fuel. lie I revealed th.it :is oi .July 2'.). iho financial hnldinj^.s ol Premier Bourassa's wifr Andi'ee and Tourism Mniisicr Claude Sim-ard. his brother-m-iaw. had been placed in a blind trust administered bv the National Trust Co. The holdings li'^ted include 2 3 7 share each in Ciaui-emiaiid . ;i holding company owiird liy Mr. Simard. "viir. ! � l\V(i othoi' iiu'.' Sirnai'd laniii. .shares in .sc\cr,.i includnig .Mariii' )!�.-.-.s.:! and Iof the '1 ii.sted ;ire t'oiiipanies iiidu.stries Ltd.. Reynold .AluMunum of I iMiTeasod .I- lai'iri iirii.-:tfr luigene orrxw input ci'.-.i prodtirl i .\grl(;ulliii Whelan. Speaking; Suiul.i\ nu the C'TV program Question Period, the minister said farmers are "not any dil!iT(>nt than any other pait ^.1 �nriei>" and if ilVII......' . r|-|'aS(' ! r .\.. a:, . , h'.laii Cited tlie i'e