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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 2, 1974 Struggle goes on While her son Jamie, 2, nibbles on an empty candy carton, Elaine Mein, wife of draft-resister Bill Mem who returned to the U.S. after a six-year exile in Canada, said in Montreal Tuesday her husband will "not accept the guilt" of resisting the Vietnam war SKIFF MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. POLE EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE ON COMMUNITY HALL GROUNDS SKIFF. ALBERTA MONDAY, OCT. 7th P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE APPROX. 400 POLES 25 ft. APPROX. 300 POLES 20 ft. APPROX. 25 POLES 30 ft. APPROX. 25 POLES 16 ft. APPROX. 240 MILES OF WIRE MISCELLANEOUS INSULATORS BOLTS ANCHOR WIRE GROUND RODS SPURS BELTS STRETCHERS CLAMPS CRIMPERS 3 PHONES COFFEE SERVED BY SKIFF LADIES VARIETY CLUB SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. South, Lothbridge TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 010253-41 Uc. 012116-458 Bridge Trading Centre CLOSE-OUT AUCTION SALE 106-5 Street South, Lethbridge FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4 1P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Having received from the owners we win sell the entire stock consisting of: Television; brass bed; old iron beds; fridges, ranges, glass showcase; 2 glass front showcases; tape players; sewing machine; dishes; records; 2 adding machines; guitars; amplifiers; pictures; mirrors, desk; record players; floor polishers; 1912 brass Cadillac headlamp; jugs; old bottles, lamps, lanterns, cabinets, beds; chairs. This is only a partial hsJ as there are many more items too numerous to mention Items may be viewed Sale Day from a.m. till Sale Time SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Cover-up Inflation global case trial OTTAWA (CP) Re-affirming his stand that Canada's in- flation is just part of a global economic malaise, Prime Minis- ter Trudeau said Tuesday the only solution is an international one. He' said he had reached this conclusion after meetings last week in Ottawa with Commonwealth finance ministers and after discussions with representatives of "The Big United States, Great Britain, France, West Germany and Japan. His statement at a news conference, however, merely re- peated the stand taken by he and Finance Minister John Turner earlier this year. Oil debts haggle rages Phone 328-4705 TCOKEWSY He 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbrklge KEITH EKDMAMN Lie WASHINGTON (AP) The Watergate cover-up case went to trial Tuesday with the judge predicting it will be months before the jury rend- ers its verdict upon three men who once sat with Richard Nixon at the United States government's high command "Every effort will be made to conclude the trial before the (Christmas) holiday season, but this cannot be U.S. District Judge John Sirica said as he began the process of selecting a jury of 12 from more than 600 panelists Before him are three men once counted among the most powerful in government, now joined as defendants in a criminal conspiracy case. John Mitchell, former presi- dent law-and-order attorney-general; H R. Haldeman, who ran the ex- ecutive branch as chief of staff, and John Erhhchman, who wielded presidential in- fluence over domestic pro- grams Along with co-defendents Robert Mardian and Kenneth Parkinson, they are accused of plotting to hide responsibili- ty for the 1972 Watergate break-in through "deceit, craft, trickery and dishonest means In addition, all but Mardian are accused of obstructing justice and Mitchell, Haldeman and Ehrhchman face multiple charges of lying to investigators about the break-in at Democratic party headquarters in the Watergate building here ADDRESSES JURY "I don't believe we'll be able to select a jury the 70-year-old Sirica told the panelists He said that because of the publicity surrounding the case it will be necessary to se- quester the them apart from their families and friends for the duration of the trial "It is always difficult in a matter of this kind to estimate how long a trial will the judge said "I would estimate it will be somewhere in the neighborhood of three to four may be longer, it may be less." The court room has been wired with headsets for each of the jurors and spectators to listen to some 33 White House Watergate tapes that are ex- pected to be the major evidence in the trial. Sirica is expected to learn Thursday whether former Nixon will respect prosecution and defence subpoenas for his appearance as a witness The former president's lawyers are expected to claim that a blood clot and phlebitis that caused him to enter hospital will prevent his personal appearance Sirica told prospective jurors that State Secretary Henry Kissinger and Defence Secretary James Schlesmger are among those slated to be called by lawyers for the defence Also on the list of 96 wit nesses were specia Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski and his predecessor Archibald Cox. who was dis missed by Nixon Telegraph company not liable OTTAWA