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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 13, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Nixon Choice Confirmed WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate confirmed by a vote of 94 to 0 Tuesday President Nix- on's nomination of Judge Harry A. Blackmuu of Minnesota to be a United States Supreme Court justice. The vote on the nomination of the 61-year-old Rochester, Minn., judge was devoid of the tense drama that marked the Senate's rejection of Nixon's first two nominees for. the year- old vacancy, Judges Clement F. Haynsworlli Jr. of South Caro- lina and G. Harrold Carswell of Florida. Blacknum has been a mem- ber of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals tor nearly 11 years. He drew support from senators who attacked Haynsworth on ethics grounds and Carswell for his judicial record and racial views. The two southern judges were strongly opposed by labor and civil rights organizations. Tried To Strike Secret Deal PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (Reuters) Prime Minister Lon Nol says China tried to strike a secret bargain with him before it recognized the govern- ment-in-exile of the former head of state, Norodom Sihanouk. Nol said Monday night that he rejected the Chinese terms, which included continued use of Cambodia as a sanctuary and supply route for the Viet f Sihanouk, overthw 18, announced the formation of his exile government in Peking May 5. China immediately granted the former ruler diplomatic rec- ognition. Vorster Issues Stem Rebuke PRETORIA (Reuters) Prime Minister John Vorster announced today the resignation of his economic affairs minister and issued an apparent rebuke to another minister in a South African cabinet reshuffle. Vorster said Jan Haak re- signed and, among other changes, he was transferring the planning portfolio of the health, mines and planning min- ister, Carel de Wet, to Johannes Loots, deputy minister of fi- nance and economic affairs. 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