Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
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The section prevents a company from attempting to evade an existing union agreement by dissolving into another com- pany. Trudeam vacation in Arctic OTTAWA Prime Min- ister his wife Marga- ret and their 20-month-old son Justin are to spend next week in the Eastern his office said Wednesday. Mr. Trudeau leaves with his family aboard a government Jetstar next Monday. Although his offioe was uncer- it's believed the Jetstar be left behind at Frobisher Bay and the Trudeaus will use RCMP And territorial govern- ment aircraft for the remainder of the holiday. A spokesman said they would be visiting King Christian Point Colum- bia and the new national park on Baffin Island. They are expected to visit Cape home of some of the finest Eskimo on the return trip to Ottawa where they are expected Sept. 2 or 3. A detailed itinerary was un- available. A spokesman said the trip primarily is a private family holiday similar to one spent last week at but that Mr. Trudeau will be con- ducting some public business in the sense he will be meeting people. He said no news representa- tives are planned for. goes to court WASHINGTON Piwl- dsnt Nixon's lawyer argued Wednesday that the president beyond the reach of a oowt or- der compelling the production of White House tapes by Watergate proaecuton. Charles Alan Wright aatd Nixon himself is not above the but he alone has the right to decide if the national interest requires that the tapes be kept secret. But special Watergate prose- cutor Archibald Cox Mid the president has no special right to reject a demand or evidence vital to criminal prosecution. In two hours of polite U.S. District Court Judge John Sirica heard the two lawyers outline the issues of the historic confrontation between the exec- utive and judicial branches of government. Sirica said he will decide within a week whether to order production of the tape record- ings of presidential conversa- tions with a number of figures involved in the Watergate inves- tigation. Prior to Wednesday's oral the lawyers had submitted lengthy briefs setting out their positions. The tapes in question concern nine private conversations Nixon had with aides. The con- versations were referred to dur- ing the Senate Watergate hear- which also produced the disclosure that Nixon's offices are wired to record all his con- versations. BOTH SEEK TAPES Cox and the senate panel both asked for certain tapes and Nixon refused. Cox then went to leading to Wednesday's confrontation. The Senate com- mittee also has initiated court action to get the apes. Regardless of Sirica's deci- the question is certain to be appealed ultimately to the Supreme Court which has never ruled on the grounds of a presi- dent's claim of executive privi- lege. do not contend for a mo- ment that Richard M. Nixon is above the Wright said in court. The Constitution confers upon the president certain powers but do not put the man above the law. But tbey do Efnlt the extent to which the law can make its force felt against the man who holds that Wright said the tapes contain security material so highly sensitive that he does not feel free to hint even to ime what it in Cox laid that Nixon's to produce evi- dence is a firm legal duty Mb' involves no Judgment on bis He reached back to the 16th century to quote an opinion cited to England's King James that King not to be under any man but be is under God and the Cox said that denying the tapes to the Watergate grand jury would authorize any de- partment head in the executive branch to deny demands for confidential information. DUG-OUTS DRV TYRREUL'S LAKE Recent up to one inch in came a little late for crops but will help gardens and pastures. Many dug-outs are dry. There is no grass. Hail and heavy rains hit north and east of here. Leaves prison Alexander would-be assassin of Greek President George is kissed by his mother after he leaves military prison as a result of a Presiden- tial amnesty. Blame it on rising prices Economic growth slows OTTAWA Canada's strong economic growth slowed in the second quarter of and production and eates of food products dropped in the face of sharply rising Statistics Canada reported Wednesday. A spokesman said the ohe- per-cent growth in the nation's Ex-constable is acquitted GRAND FORKS For- mer RCMP Constable Piper was acquitted in provincial court of a charge of assault causing bodily harm. The 26-year-old Piper was charged following an incident June 1 at the Grand Forks RCMP office when a H-year- old boy was allegedly assault- ed while enroute to a foster home. Judge H. C. Clegg of Trail xaid a medical examination showed Piper suffered from temporary insanity. Piper was dismissed from the RCMP last week following an investigation. real domestic product was prisingly strong following the two previous quarters of large ecomomic but the drop in food production ap- peared an prices should result in rising the spokesman but agricultural production fell' 2.8 per cent during the second quarter of this year and food store sales declined 1.4 per cent. features of the ecomomy the second quarter included rising food pricesa nd declining manufacture and sales of food some de- cline in production of consumer slight declines in several construction-oriented increased energy consumption end advances in mining and pa- per the report said. The one-per-cent growth of the nation's real domestic prod- uct compared with increased of 3.3 per cent in the first quarter and 3.2 per cent in the last quarter of the two largest monthly increases since before the 1970 economic slump. The real domestic product is production in constant with inflation eliminated from the and includes major categories of for- fishing and con- elec- tric and other whole- sale and retail insurance and real estate and all services. INVESTMENT LAND DOWN PAYMENT PER MONTH For and Box Herald Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 5-a PART 5-b PART 5-a PICTURE Vice-President Splro Agnew Labatt's Blue smiles along with you.