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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Start search Scotland Yard detective superintendent Bill Wright, centre, leads a group of ether Scotland Yard men in Ber- muda as they follow the road adjacent to Government House which the killers may have used in the murder of Bermuda Governor Sir Richard Sharpies. The governor, and his aide-de-camp Hugh Sayers were killed Saturday right. Congress rankled ivith Nixon's one-man rule WASHINGTON (AF) Presi-f dent Nixon is making perhaps unprecedented use of executive power as he seeks in his second term to reshape the United States government. In doing so, he has enraged Congress and engaged it in a power struggle and con- stitutional confrontation of his- toric scope. The issues range from whether the president has to spend the dollars Congress votes to whether White House aides can refuse a summons to appear before congressional committees. At stake, in the view of many historians and presidential scholars, is the traditional exec- utive-legislative balance of power. Members of Congress contend that Nixon has ignored the con- stitution and tipped the balance in his favor. Senator Sam J. Er- vin (Dem. for one, con- tends Nixon has built up "the most dangerous concentration of 'executive power in our his- tory." Nonsense, respond Nixon aides. They contend the presi- dent is using "a limited number of government tools" in behalf of the public interest. 'ONE-JIAN IIULE' But Nixon's top domestic ad- viser, John Ehrlichman, ac- knowledged recently that the president exercises "one-man is because he has to "step into the vacuum" left by congressional inaction, Ehrlich- man said. Examples abound of Nixon's Use of executive powers, eluding: of a so-called "super cabinet" by designating tliree cabinet members as pres- idential counsellors and giving them broad authority over the areas ef natural resources, hu- man resources and community df-vclopment. It appeared Nixon was imple- mcnti lliout congressional of a govern- ment-reorganization plan tie proposed last year but which Congress failed to approve. Tire White House denied tliis was the intention, but one ranking aide conceded the executive ac- tion "takes us down the road" toward the president's goal. widespread series of freezes directed at programs he seeks lo curb or eliminate in his second term. He acted without consulting Congress, and pro- les is quickly came from Capitol Nixon dismissed them, telling news conference that the White House is the "only place in this government where somebody has to speak not for the special interests which the Congress represents but for the general interest." withholding of federal funds voted by Congress in an effort to keep spending to about billion this year. This, too, caused an uproar in Congress, and Ehrlichman responded: "We asked the Congress to impose a spending limitation. Congress didn't drive at 75 m.p.h. when the road is straight and flat. He told the legislature that posted speed limits are too low and should be raised. When questioned by members of his own party, Kelly admitted, "Yes, I've been caught (speeding) lots of times." PHARMAC LTD. 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Retail 2.45 SPECIAL 139 STERiSOl MOUTHWASH 14-oz. bottle Sugg. Retail 1.49 SPECIAL 87' Soft and Dri ANTIPERSPIRANT Sugg. Retail 1.69 SPECIAL 99' New Secret SUPER DRY 6-01. New added protection Sugg. list 1.45 SPECIAL 99' Sugg, list 1.79 SPECIAL 9-01. 1.29 Sugg, list 2.59 SPECIAL 1.79 PROTEIN 21 SHAMPOO 14-oz. Sugg, list 2.99 SPECIAL BRID5NE Antiseptic and Germicidol Sugg, list 2.25. SPECIAL........ 1.59 CLAIROL BALSAM WITH PROTEIN CONDITIONER 16-oz. Sugg, list 2.50 SPECIAL MAIB CPBAY 16-oz. Sugg, list 1.49 SPECIAL 69' HEALTH MATE STEAM VAPORIZER Sugg, list 5.95 SPECIAL NEW 'STAY FREE' MAX! PADS' 30's. Sugg, list 1.99 SPECIAL J and J BABY POWDER 14-oz. Sugg, list T.39 SPECtAL ANSODENT ll-oz.. Sugg. Retail 1.59 SPECIAL 99' TOOTHPASTE 100 MIL. Sugg. Retail 1.39 SPECIAL ____ 87' AMOSAN For pyorrhea and gingivitis Sugg. Retail 1.65 SPECIAL........ 1: PEARL DROPS TOOTH POLISH Sugg. Retail 1.79 SPECIAL Sugg, list 1.79 SPECIAt 1.39 48's. Sugg, list 2.59 SPECIAL 1.89 2 per package Sugg, list 73c SPECIAL 55' CLINICAL THERMOMETERS Canadian made Sugg. Hit 1.95. SPECIAL ACTIFED SYRUP Sugg, lilt 1.74 SPECIAL i-ox. Sugg, lilt 3.25 SPECIAL .____ .49 CQNTAC C ID'S SPECIAL BRECK Shampoo 15-ot. Sugg. Hit 3.39 SPECIAL METAMUCIL 12-OT. Sugg, list 3.60 SPECIAL BRADASOL LOZENGES TIMEX WATCHES NOW 20 OFF ANACIN Sugg, lilt 1.45 Special 97C AND Colognes Lipsticks Creams etc. OFF LTD. 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive South Phone 328-3760 OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 A.M. Tltl 9 P.M. SATURDAY 9 A.M. TILL 6 P.M. PRESCRIPTIONS 9 MAX FACTOR 0 POST OFFICE ;