Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September 12, 1970 Court Vietnam Issue SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A federal judge says he has de- cided to rule on the constitution- ality of the Vietnam war be- cause lie believes it is time the courts stopped avoiding the issue. Judge William Sweigert made the statement in U.S. district court Thursday in refusing to dismiss a lawsuit filed by four University of California stu- dents seeking to have the war declared illegal and unconstitu- tional. Sweigert said the U.S. Su- preme Court has been "re- sourcefully ducking" the issue on the grounds it is "political" and a question of "sovereign immunity." He said that although the war was never declared by Con- gress, President K'ixoh and for- mer presidents "continued, nev- ertheless, to conduct the war without receiving or even quest- ing a congressional declara- tion." The question of whether the MR. H. W. MATHESON Will be in Lelhbridge EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Room 2nd Floor THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 a.m. to p.m. Invites you to an honest ap- praisal of your hearing ef- ficiency. You won't believe your eyes or ears when you hear and see The 'DISCREET? By QUAIITONE Make Your Appointment By Phoning 327-8551 Eaton's qualified Hearing Aid audiometrist. constitution says the power to declare war lies with Congress and not the president "should rest upon something better than the ambivalances of congres- sional Sweigert said. BLASTS HIGH COURT "The Supreme Court has demonstrated its resourceful- ness in finding ways and means of eliminating or minimizing u: I desirable, practical consequ- ences that might otherwise fol- low major decisions charting new requirements in the field of constitutional law" in connec- tion with the Vietnam war, he declared. The judge said he would with- hold a decision until govern- ment attorneys have filed an answer to his denial of their motion to dismiss the suit by Carry F. Motola, 23, James K. Schwartz, 23, Irving M. Gross, 22, and HoyI Olson, 24, all of Berkeley. Sweigert reviewed various ar- guments proposed to justify U.S. action in Vietnam, such as selHefence and treaty obliga- tions, and said those arguments "merely purport to explain why. for various reasons of expedi- ence, the constitution has not been complied with." Canada Seeks B.C. FisMng Vessel Release OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian government Bas made rep- resentations to the U.S. state department seeking the release of a Prince Rupert, B.C., fishing vessel seized off Alaska waters. A'i external affairs spokes- i said Friday the Canadian c' in Washington has been instructed to take up the case of the Clipper II charged with violating American waters and seized by the U.S. Coast Guard Monday. 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