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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta iHE LbiHBRIuvib HtRAlu ihUltday, Olympic mascot His Excellency Roger Rousseau president of the organizing committee of the 1976 Olympics and commissioner-general of the Games, displays model of beaver to Peter Constable and George Huel during intro- duction of Games official mascot in Toronto Wednesday A national contest will be organized to name the mascot If it's bring your own Borzoi Borzoi-when your second passion is Vodka. Cover-up trial may drag on for long time By BRUCE LEVETT WASHINGTON (CP) The Watergate cover-up trial, scheduled to begin here Oct 1, is showing signs of developing into a long, drawn-out affair And contributing to the situation, other considerations aside, is the number and complexity of juror-challenge questions being suggested to Judge John Sirica Sirica, preparing to screen prospective jurors for bias, took the normal step of asking defence and prosecution for questions he might put to the panel He got 230 suggestions from John Ehrhchman alone Ehrhchman, former presidential adviser, is one of six defen dants And now. legal observers are saying, many of the questions themselves may have to be screened because they are difficult to follow and come close to seeking interpreta- tion of evidence before the trial begins Some routine Some of the questions have been fairly routine, such as this one from the Special Prosecutor's office, and likely will be accepted Do you have any reason to be prejudiced for or against any of the defendants or the government because the defen- dants once worked for a president of the United States or for the Committee to Re-E-elect the President the political organization m charge of the re-election campaign of Richard M Nixon to be president in 19727' Cumbersome, say legal experts but at least it can be answered with a simple "yes" or no Some others, however and this one by Ehrhchman is a case in point are more complex 'Do you feel that the use of covert activities in connec- tion with transfers of funds from a criminal defence fund for the payment of attorneys fees and for support of a defendant in a criminal case through the use of agents to carry money code names and code telephone calls from pay booths in- dicates illegal activity7 money9 'hush Complicated though it may be it touches on money" and goes to the heart of the cover-up Another example from the Ehrhchman proposals touches on another key facet of the situation how Nixon handled information he received about Watergate "Do you feel that the senior official at the White House is under any obligation to conduct an immediate and thorough investigation if he has basic scanty facts which might under one construction give rise to the belief that certain of his associates and friends are guilty of criminal misconduct but under another equally appropriate construction indicate that they were engaged in lawful campaign actmties9 As one observer put it 'If a conscientious juror asked for that question to be repeated he'd probably send the game into overtime Sirica has less than a week to sift and edit down the mountain of questions already received ana any more that mav come m before Oct 1 CHRISTMAS COLOR SPECIAL (Back in time for Christmas) Friday and Saturday September 27th and 28th ONLY Living Color only PORTRAIT "PIUS Handling Babies children adults groups i Special of each person smgiy onJy 88c 50c handling Groups S? 00 per person plus one 50tf handling Select from finished pictures in radiant black and white and Jiving color Bonus quality "GiwonJeed SoJisfochon." Limit one Special per chiid Fast delivery courteous service Senwr Citizens Invited Friday 10 a.m. to p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to p.m. County Fair Shoootog Centre on Magrafh Open 9.30 m toSpm uraS m to 9 p m 378-S171 ONE DAY FABRIC SPECIAL Merchandise on Sale Friday, September 27 only a.m. to p.m. LIMITED QUANTITIES SUBSTANDARD CRIMPKNIT wide yard 1 97 FADED CORDUROY wide Yard------ 2 22 45" COTTON DRAPERY Yard 97 SUBSTANDARD CRIMPKNIT and Plain wide Yard............ 2 DRAPKRY HOPSACKING wide and Jars Yard......... 2 44 DISCONTINUED FISHNET 60 110' NOW price ROLLED ACRYLIC LACEY KNITS wide Yard..... 1 96 PRINTED AND PLAIN LOUNGEWEAR ?96 2 wide. Printed. Yard........... 22 ASSORTED Rolled Fabrics Jerseys Acrylic Yard........... DISCONTINUED Summer Crimp 33 wide Yard 3 ARNEL AND NYLON VELOURS wide Yard MIX MATCH CRIMPKNIT -68 Yard FLAT FOLD SWEATER KNITS polyester Yard............. 2 ASSORTED Brushed Denims wide Yard..... 344 BROTHER SEWING MACHINES yr. guarantee on machine. Now 1O% OFF PRINTED WOVEN ACRYLIC wide Yard..... i POLYESTER WARP KNIT wide Yard..... 4 POLYESTER JERSEY wide Yard..... 2 ASSORTED JERSEY wide Yard..... 1 POLYESTER A WOOL CHECKS wide Yard........ 4 TAFFETA LINING wide Yard..... MIX MATCH DENIM BLUES wide Yard..... 2 22 LUSTREST JERSEY nylon Plain Yard............. Sparkled. Yard 033 U 5.88 ACETATE HEATHER KNITS wide. Yard 4 96 PLAIN ORGANZA wide Yard..... 2 variety NOW REMNANTS 75% Off ASSORTED DRESS SHEARS 22 wide Yard 2 BRUSHED NYLON wide Yard..... Zellers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magratn Drive. Open daily a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. ;