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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian references in tapes WASHINGTON Some mysterious Canadian refer- including the name of Prime Minister turn- ed up in a version of presidential tapes released Tuesday by the House of Representatives judiciary committee. The tapes are being studied by the committee in its investi- gation of whether there are grounds to impeach President Nixon in connection with the Watergate bugging scandal. There are no clear indications from the that the Canadian references had any direct links to Watergate. during one strategy meeting with his aides on March Nixon was reported to have stated in the presence of White House adviser John got to handle my Canadian Ehrlichman replied. There is no indication from the published version who this might be or why Nixon felt he had to him. Talk continues The committee's published transcript shows that on that occasion the conversation continued this At the moment. you don't plan to you weren't planning to have a press briefing Ehrlichman- We hadn't planned it. It wouldn't uh-. with John All right The second Canadian reference comes four pages later during an exchange between Nixon and John for- mer attorney-general You you can say when I I was going to say that up can you get me Prime Minister Trudeau in please I was going to say that Dean has really something on this. There is no indication whether the president reached the prime minister by although sections of the transcript are At this a portion of the discussion has been Two pages there are three references to the telephone ringing and during another conversa- tion with the president answers. up Hello. I don't want to talk. Sure Canadian pulp sales studied WASHINGTON The United States tariff com- bowing to a treasury department announc- ed Tuesday it would launch a new investigation to deter- mine whether pulp from Canada is injuring domestic producers. A hearing is set for Aug. 6. The complicated case goes back three years and involves seven Canadian solidated Bathurst. Thurso Pulp and Dryden Paper Ste. Anne- American Can and E. B. Eddy. The type of pulp involved is northern bleached hardwood used in the manufacture of fine papers and tissues. the department found that the pulp imports were being sold in the U.S. at than fair the price charged on the Canadian market. the tariff commission ruled that such sales were injuring domestic making the com- panies liable to anti-dumping duties. At the this type of pulp was in plennful but shortages developed. Last under pressure from New Zealand the treasury department ask- ed the tariff commission to review its saying that if the commission rescinded that de- it would revoke its finding of dumping. In a notice published Tues- the commission commission has in- stituted an investigation to de- termine if the finding of dumping were an industry in the U S. would or would likely injured by reason of the importation. In the last year for which figures were available prior to the dumping nearly 40 per cent of Canadian production of the short tons of the 000 tons ex- ported to the U.S. This represented less than five per cent of U.S. consumption. The exports at that time were valued at an estimated million In the early days of the the justice department asking the com- mission to rule that domestic producers were not being in- jured The justice department ar- gued that the Canadian producers cut the price so as not to lose established customers at a time when U.S producers were reducing prices because of sluggish sales In a more recent develop- the treasury depart- ment reaffirmed its deter- mination that the pulp is being is likely to less than fair value. Marry in jail ATHENS A Canadian woman and a young both in jail here await- ing trial on drug were married Tuesday. Linda from and Jeffrey from Stoke-on- were granted a three-hour pass to get married. The wedding was at St. Paul's Anglican Church. Attending were their Petros and two policemen. The police department pre- sented them with a wedding cake with their names on it. Drinks consisted of canned fruit juice. The two were arrested at the Greek-Turkish border last December. They were both 1 I near the port of pending trial for il- legal smuggling and posses- sion of hashish. is not the ideal situ- ation for a marriage but at least they are letting us get Hocknell told reporters. He said he met his bride in Greece and they had travelled together to Turkey. After their arrest they did not see each other much. But in recent weeks they were allowed to meet once a he said. arrest brought us closer together and we decid- ed to get Lawyer Triantafyllidis said that the couple face up to 10 years in prison if found guilty TV network sues firm TORONTO The CTV television network has instituted legal proceedings against Systems Dimensions Ltd. of Ottawa which provided computer services for the network's federal election a CTV spokesman said Tuesday. Tom vice-president of news features and informa- tion said the network is seeking million damages. He said the computer system failed repeatedly dur- ing the election coverage. The he was competitive with or ahead of the CBC through the Atlantic provinces but 'computer breakdowns began when returns started flowing in from Quebec and Ontario. The network said every facet of its television opera- tion was linked to the com- including its giant dis- play regional editorial information and riding breakdowns. Stanfields return to Ottawa Conservative Party leader Robert his grand daughter Mimi leave Ottawa airport Tuesday for downtown Ottawa. The Stanfields were returning from Halifax where they witnessed a Tory defeat in the federal election. Japanese welcome Grit win TOKYO The Japa- nese government welcomed Tuesday the Canadian election victory of Prime Minister Trudeau's Liberal party. A foreign ministry state- ment added that planning is under way to set the date for a visit of Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka to Canada. 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