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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Graham deplores tone Long-BWalted Kissinger visit likely next month of Nixon transcripts The Stanfield team Progressive Conservative leader Robert along with daughter Mimi stop during election cam- paign to chat with William Blake and dog Billy in Toronto fuesday. New government ministers named PARIS Premier Jacques Chirac of France lamed his government appointing as foreign minister career diplomat Jean ambassador m Bonn since L970. Chirac named Jean Lecanuet as justice minister and Jean-Jacques Servan- Schreiber as minister for administrative reform. Both lad opposed the Gaullist The new interior who will control the police is Vlichel right- land man to President Valery discard d'Estaing The defence ministry went .0 a politically unknown Jacques Soufflet The new finance minister is Jean-Pierre a long- .ime associate of Giscard 1'Estaing at the finance As he had Chirac ormed a small central with only 12 full ninisterial posts compared vith 15 in the outgoing of Pierre rtessmer. He was to add a number of ub-cabinet secretaries of itate in the coming few days. KEPT ON Chirac retained only three ninisters from the Messmer Defence Minister Robert Galley became minister for national while former state secretary Christian Bonnet became agriculture and Poniatowski had been health minister. A new ministry concerned with the quality of life was filled by Andre a parliamentarian with a I mechanical training and a Ipre-war motorcycle champion The only woman in the cabi- net was Simone named justite minister. She is a magistrate who has been a senior official of the ministry Other posts Rene co- operation with developing Pierre Michel industry. Michel Vincent Ansquer NO BOMB FOUND Wash. Police evacuated the Russian pavilion at Expo 74 after a telephoned bomb threat Police and Soviet pavilion security agents searched the pavilion but found no trace of a an Expo spokesman said Sunday. The pavilion was kept closed until Monday morning. TRIPLE CAMPER REPAIRS AUCTION SALE 2 Doors East of Pout Office in ALBERTA JUNE 1P.M. TERMS CASH LUNCH AVAILABLE Having received from Mr. Ray the we will Ihe following The following IM description to uaed a guide and If by no a guarantee either actual or implied. BTU camper 2-camper propane water 7-framed 2-box springs and 2-large rolls cushion floor Base cabinets counter counter counter 60-air vents Approx. 100 trailer windows Approx. 50 trailer 2x2's in 12 and 16 toot 2-truck 40-cupb'oard House Approx. 150 cushions Curtain batton Trailer Keeney sink Approx. 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TED NEWSY Uc. 0102M-41 AUCTIONEERS LETHBRIDOE KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 01211S-4M NEW YORK Evangelist Billy Graham said Tuesday he but deplore the moral tone in the edited transcripts of President Nixon's taped conversations concerning the Watergate political espionage scandal. a long-time friend of the said in a statement that reading the material was profoundly disturbing and disappointing comes through in these tapes is not the man I have known for many he said. mutual friends have made the same He said the conversations indicate that nation confused for years by the teaching of situational ethics now finds itself dismayed by those in government who apparently practised he said Nixon re- mains and I have no intention of forsaking him will I judge him as a man in totality on the basis of these relatively few hours of conversation under such severe who earlier this month had been involved in a crusade in de- clining comment on the tran- scripts until he had time to read said he spent sev- eral days doing so and is deeply disturbed by them. repudiation of wrongdoing and our con- demnation of must be tempered by com- passion for the he said. a stone is being cast by persons whose own lives could not bear like scrutiny. Therefore we dare not be self- righteous. By PETER BUCKLEY WASHINGTON U.S. State Secretary Henry Kissinger likely will go to Ottawa next month but mainly to attend a NATO ministerial conference rather than discuss relations with Canada. Officials said Tuesday some last-minute snag such as a new Mideast development might force Kissinger to call off the trip but so far the is that the much-travelled diplomat will be in Ottawa June 18-19. There has been a great deal of speculation over a lengthy period that deeply immersed in world peace mis- wants to take up Cana- dian-American relations with Ottawa ministers. But for the last eight months other issues have taken priority. with a Canadian general election under Kissinger plans to await the outcome of the July 8 vote before concentrating on bilateral problems. North Atlantic talks are considered a matter of high priority by the state department and an official said there hasn't been a single occasion in recent memory that a state secretary has failed to attend the minis- terial meetings. Issues at the Ottawa confer- ence will be in- cluding East-West allied defence positions and progress in arms control talks. Possibly some reference may be made to Soviet-American negotiations leading to President Nixon's scheduled trip to Moscow late in June Both the Canadian and U.S. governments are reported to agree that it would be prefer- able not to have a bilateral meeting that is merely to a larger conference such as the NATO gathering. The Kissinger trip to Ottawa has been constantly mainly by negotiations which kept the U.S. secretary in the Middle East for extended periods. He told External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp last within days of being sworn that he wanted to have detailed bilateral talks. 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