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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 2, 1974-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD-27 Despite pleas, rapeseed production may slacken Ex-Nixon aides indicted These four men were indicted Friday by a federal grand jury in Washington i on charges they tried to block the Watergate investigation. From left are former presidential aides H. R. Haldeman and John D. Ehrlichman, former White House special counsel Charles W. Colson and former Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell. Interpreting the News Watergate indictments unprecedented action WASHINGTON (CP) President Nixon, who has insisted all along that Watergate belongs in the courts, may have found little comfort when the political espionage scandal finally reached the judicial chambers. Three of the men who had stood at his right hand in the early years of his adminis- tration now stand accused of perjury and obstruction. Four others, only slightly less accessible to the president, face similar charges. the charge of perjury against one of the seven has left a shadow of doubt over the president's own recollection of a crucial conversation. With the indictments against H. R. Haldeman. John Ehrlichman and John Mitchell, political historians aver. Watergate takes its place as probably the most BROWN CATTLE CO. FARM AUCTION One mile east of Owendale, or 15 west of Del Bonita, 3 miles north, or 18 miles south of Spring Coulee and 1 mile east. TUES., MARCH 12-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH Having been favored by Brown's to tell their sale, we are ottering for sale the following line of equipment that is listed below, which is merely 8 guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subjected to additions, or deletions, errors or change the day of the sale. TRACTORS TRUCKS: 1-930 case tractor and cab with new ideal front end loader on it. also dual wheels; 1-830 J.D. with new over haul 23.1 x 26 new tires; 1-97 Massey Harris 4 wheel drive tractor in good shape; 1-1961 3 ton GMC truck 20' box (new over 1-1966 Podge pickup rear end; 1-Ford tractor with Dahauser post pounder 1-1969 Ford 250 -4x4 truck (low MACHINERY: 1-14' Kirshman hoe drill with fertilizer attachment; 1-J.D. 20' wing cultivator (like 1-Side load rock picker, hyd.; 1-J.D. 10' Kilifer land scraper; 1-30' Mayrath. grain auger with electric starter; 1-20' Mayrath grain auger with motor; 1-20' grain auger; 1-Penn PTO grain roller; 1-Cattle squeeze; 1-Cattle oiler; 4 sec. flex harrows draw bar; 20' CCIL Diamond harrows. HAYING EQUIPMENT: 1-New Holland 1046 bale wagon in perfect condition: 2-New Holland 282 hayliner balers with hyd.-press bale control (ready for field 1-15 ft. land roller (cement 2-18' CCIL self propelled swathers (top 1-auto- matic 10-baler stooker; 1-rubber tirekl heavy wagon (20' flat TANKS: 2-500 gallon fuel tanks on stands, nozzles and hoses; 1-1000 gallon fuel tank on stand, nozzles and hose. MISCELLANEOUS: 1-250 amp. Lincoln welder; 1-ace- tylene welder. 2 tarps. press drill. 1 large dehorner, 100 Ib. good -face anvil, tractor chains. 2 rolls barb wire. drill; number of different sizes of log chains, vise. hyd. hose, bits, sweeps, bolts, barrels, hand grass spreader, wire stretchers, post drills, scrap iron. plastic hose, grease guns, welding rodf. shovels, feed troughs, posts, heavy timbers, many more articles too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER NOTES This is one of the cleanest sales that will ever be sold. All the machinery listed is ready for field work. Any person that is in need of good equipment would be advised to this SAW. SALE CONDUCTED BY: MILLER'S AUCTION SERVICE Phone 758-6607 MAGRATH ALBERTA Auctioneer KEN MILLER lie. Clerks M9tor Johnnie Bourne pernicious scandal in U.S. history. The charges of lying and perjury are among the most serious to have swirled around the White House. And the rwmber and stature of those involved is unprecedented. ISSUES SECRET REPORT Speculation as to whether the president is if so. how abated somewhat as the Watergate case dragged on. It was revived, however, when the federal grand jury that handed down the indictments Friday also handed over a sealed and secret report. Observers began asking whether that report implicates the president. One charge is that Haldeman lied in quoting the president that "it would be wrong" to raise million in hush, money for the Watergate burglars. Now the question is being raised as to how the president could he had at a news Haldeman's recollection. Sub- sequently it was found that a tape recording of the conversation existed and was in the hands of the grand jury. Observers are asking whether the president is modifying his support of his two former top aides Haldeman and if so. why. When the two resigned a year ago. Nixon called a news conference and said publicly: "Today, in one of the most difficult decisions of my presi- dency. I accepted the resigna- tions of two of the finest public servants it has been my privilege to know." REMAINS SILENT Friday. when the indictments were handed down. Nixon was personally silent. Through a press aide he issued a statement that he is confident all Americans will join him in "recognizing Jh'at all those indicted are innocent unless proof of guilt is established in the courts." And there have been other utterances that may return to haunt Nixon: "I will not place the blame on people whose zeal exceeded their judgment and who may have done wrong in a cause they deeply believed to be right.... That statement was made long before the case reached the courts and some critics arc beginning to ask just how much culpability the president is ready to assume now. It was almost a year ago when Nixon said: "In any organization the man at the top must bear the responsibility. 75 YEARLING CROSSBRED BULLS FOR SALE SELECT YOUR CHOICES FOR BREEDING THAT WILL PROFITABLY INCREASE YOUR WEANING WEIGHTS AND SEE THESE CROSSBRED BULLS 45 SIMMENTAL 12 LIMOUSIN 13 BROWN SWISS 5 CHIANINA MANALTA HOLDINGS LTD. Bunmng Bar X Ranch 2 Mites Medidne Off Hotoom ROM) For Jntomwtkm Rarttih Manager Oode Minor, 527-7215, WUdJcirn Hal Dying man confesses to bombing buses CALGARY (CP) Despite pleas for more rapeseed production from the processors and marketing agencies, the newly-elected president of the Prairie Rapeseed Growers' Council said Friday prairie farmers may seed less rapeseed this year. A. C. McPhail of Brandon, who is vice president of the Manitoba Rapeseed Growers' Association, estimated that 50 million bushels would be harvested this year, down from 55 million bushels last year. The reasons, he said, included good prices for basic grains and transportation problems. "We don't want to produce more than the transportation facilities can handle." Last year's harvest of 55 million bushels from 3.1 million acres seeded compared with 100 million bushels from 5.3 million acres in the 1971-72 crop year. James McAnsh of Vancouver, executive director of the Rapeseed Association of Canada, said while the farmers overshot their production in 1971, the current market demand "can comfortably absorb 75 million bushels." But Mr. McAnsh and representatives of processors and marketing agencies agreed that rapeseed production is unlikely to meet the demand this year. Lome Clapson. a grain trader with Cargill Grain Co. of Winnipeg, advised farmers to take a longer-range view in deciding which crops they want to grow. The rapeseed association's annual convention, which ended Friday, re-elected John Banfield, vice president of Western Canada Seed Processors Ltd. of Lethbridge. as president, and elected Gordon Graham of Newdale. Man., president of the Manitoba Rapeseed Growers' Association, as vice president. Mr. Banfield was one of the processors who told farmers that oilseed crushing is one of the fastest growing industries in Canada but is plagued with a shortage of rapeseed. He called on farmers to increase rapeseed production and said by 1978, 150 million bushels would be required. ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) A Ku Klux Klan member, stricken with terminal leu- kemia, held a deathbed news conference and said he bombed 10 school buses in Pontiac, Mich., in August, 1971. Elmer Tackett, 54, said yesterday he set and lit dyna- mite fuses that destroyed the buses the day before a court- ordered school desegregation busing plan was to go into ef- fect. Tackett, a motel manager, held the news conference in his hospital room here at the urging of his lawyer. His statement was recorded by a court stenographer. He admitted being a member of the Ku Klux Klan at the time of the bombing and said he carried out the job on the instructions of an anonymous caller with the aid of a masked accomplice whom, he said, he could not identify. Five other men were con- victed in federal court last year of conspiracy to bomb the buses. All are serving prison sentences. Tackett, a Kentucky-born former coal miner, said doctors have given him two weeks to live. He said he made the statement about the bombing "to clear my conscience." He said the five convicted men did not participate in the actual bombing. For Complete Livestock Sales and Service..... call FRENCH Monday p.m. Feeder Hog Top Quality Hogs Plui Baby Calves WEDNESDAY i a.m. FAT !and FEEDER CATTLE I. REGULAR SALE FRIDAY-10 a.m. FAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES Friday -1 p.m. Special Stock Call I Feeder Sale SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. WE BUY AND SELL FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS DAILY. WE CARRY HARTFORD INSURANCE ON ALL LIVESTOCK.___________ I Exporters el sliughttr hogs for fttdingindloidiny hoys. CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVES POCK TO; C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK 328-3966 DANKLASSEN........... 345-4358 KEN MILLER. Magrath 758-6807 LOUDEJAGER 345-4409 WHITHENINGEH.......... 328-7354 "In the Heart of Canada's Ranching Country" Phone Office: Stockyards: 328-3986 P.O. BOX S.S. 1-7-7, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Hefald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. Gillespie Crossword AREA CODE Bv A. J. 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