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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 17, 1973 Dean leaves court Fired White House lavvyer John Dean s traiohtens up after ducking under a rope as he leaves the U.S. District Court in Washington after giving a deposition in a civil suit. Coin dealers are warned TORONTO (CP) Coin dea- lers have been warned to watch for counterfeits of Can- ada's Centennial gold pieces which now are worth as collectors' items. At today's gold prices, the counterfeits would contain ?60 worth of gold and would bring profit to the counterfeiter, a Toronto dealer said here. In 1967, Canada minted 000 of the S20 pieces. At the time, gold was pegged at United States an ounce on the world market. Now gold is more than an ounce. George Ferguson, adminis- trative officer with the Royal Mint in Ottawa, said he had heard rumors about the traffic in the counterfeit pieces, but did not know of any specific cases. Heads world health group GENEVA (Reuter) The World Health Assembly today elected Dr. Halfdan Mahler of Denmark as director-general of the World Health Organization (W.H 0 Mahler, 49, third chief of W.H.O. in its 25-year history, will succeed Dr. Marcolino G. Candau of Brazil who has di- rected the 137-nation organ- ization for 20 years since he took over from Dr. Brock Chi- sholm of Canada in 1953. Candau, 61, retires July 20. Reg- cooling 2-speed fan with rugged metal case and moulded grille and handle. With 5 foot cord, 2 speed reversible with automatic thermostat set it and forget it! 39.98 stand for above 14.98 The 'turning cooler' d-This fan gives you fast plus, with adjustable direction oscillation. Handy cord storage; chrome grille. 3-speeds and 12" blade. Can fce mounted on wall as well e-Greater cooling with 16" blade Table Fan: An 8" straight blow fan I'int has switch controlled 2 speeds. Tilt head to any desired angle. 9.98 Table Fan: 10" straight blow fan that can also be used for hassock fan type opera- tion. 2-speeds. 6' cord. 16.98 Window Fan: 10" size with ad- justable adaptor that fits windows 27" to 36" .vide. 2- spocds with 4 vane blade. 19.98 STORE HOURS Open daily from 930 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., Thurs. and Fri. 9.30 to p.m Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 Principals in Watergate hearings WASHINGTON (AP) Hear- ings of the Senate select com- mittee investigating the Water- gate affair will focus attention on a small group of senators and lawyers and a tog list of witnesses. These are the principals in the televised comrrtittee hear- ings that begin today: The Senators J. Ervin, 76, chairman of the committee. A from North Carolina, Ervin in 18 years in the Senate has fought civil rights legislation, battled government invasion of individual privacy and been a leader in the fight to limit the president's power to impcimd funds approved by Congress. Baker, 47, vice- chairman. Baker, from Ten- nessee, has said he was assured by the Republican leadership before he accepted committee membership that he would not be expected to take a partisan line. E Talmadge, 59, a Democratic former governor of Georgia. M. Montoya, 57, a Democrat from New Mexico. K. Inouye, 48, a Hawaii Democrat. J. Gurney. 59, a conservative Florida Republi- can. P Weicker, 41, a lib- eral Connecticut Republican. The Lawyers Dash, 48, chief counsel to the select committee. D. Thompson. 30, chief counsel to the Republican mi- nority. L. Eumisten, 31, dep- uty counsel. The Witnesses W. McCord, 54, con- victed participant in the breakin at Democratic national headquarters in the Watergate Building. He broke the case wide open when he decided to talk to investigators in the hope of getting a lighter sentence. A former CIA agent, McCord was chief of security for the Nixon re-election campaign in 1972. He is free on bond await- ing sentencing. Gordon Liddy, 42, the only original Watergate defend- ant to remain silent. A former FBI agent, Liddy was counsel to the Nixon campaign finance committee at the time of the breakin. He is in jail for con- tempt of court and faces a six- to-20-year term for his Water- gate conviction. Howard Hunt, 54, first Watergate conspirator to plead guilty at the trial. A former CIA agent and author of 42 nov- els, he is in jail awaiting sen- tencing. Earnings up CALGARY (CP) Paragon Properties Ltd. earned or six cents a share during the three months ended Feb. 28 compared with or four cents a share the previous year. The company, which builds and manages residential prop- erty, had a gross income of up from W. Sloan, 32, a former White House aide who became treasurer of the Nixon cam- paign committee. He resigned July 14 during the grand jury investigation of Watergate. C. Odle, 28, director of administration for the Nixon campaign committee. Odle said he directed Liddy to the paper shredder in the committee's of- fice after the Watergate ar- rests. Reisner, 26, who joined the Nixon re-election committee as administrative as- sistant to campaign deputy Jeb Stuart Magruder. He is in gov- ernment service. Harmony, Liddy's sec- retary with the Nixon com- mittee. Horner may make decision on new rapeseed plant FAIR VIEW (CP) Agncul- tre Minister Hugh Homer prob- ably will be asked to intervene in a controversy over location of rapeseed crushing plants in the Peace River area a spokes- man for the Central Peace Rapeseed Growers' Association said today. The disagreement involves three separate organizations of farmers, who have suggested establishment of plants at Fair- view, Sexsmith and High Prair- ie. The spokesman said there is not enough rapeseed to warrant three plants in the area but the organizations have refused to negotiate for establishment of the plant at the most suitable location He said Dr. Horner probably would be involved in the con- rovery eventually and he should act now to take control. Q-X WITH MOLY -SAVES- 15% TO 60% EVERY YEAR ON OPERATING AKD REPAIR COSTS Available Now for Automobiles Simply add 16 oz. to 5 qts. oil or in proportion To Crankcase and Automatic Transmission Tested by Tachometers and Used Oil Analysis Q-X Moly improves efficiently of oils three times. Increases filn strength of oils four times Eliminates dry starts. Reduces f-ictional drag between moving parts 5% to 20% ASK FOR IT AT SERVICE STATIONS Save Bring the beauty f I or ine great outdoors, indoors. BTU Coidspot Vu-Sayer air- conditioner is only 10" high 249 Reg. Designed low so you can enjoy an unimpaired view of summer's beautiful happenings! Fully automatic, you just set and forget. Both compressor and fan turn on and off as conditions dictate. Automatically changes fan speeds Washable, germicidal filter screens out dust, pollen and irritants. 3-speed fan, with 'low' quiet operation for undisturbed sleep. 4-way, air direction circulates cool air. Exhaust forces stale air out. Sliding burled Elm front panel reverses to cane-weave design. Easy, quick-mount installation. See it today! Major Appliances Charge it on your all-purpose-account We service what we sell, coMt-to-coast Satisfaction or money refunded STORE HOURS: Open Daily from a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231. ;