Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 40

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 50

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 inHBsrnGE HERAIB Wtdnewlav. January 17, 1973 SUITS No better suit value anywhere! A great selection of handsome tweeds, twills, plaids or plains in every imag- inable colour. All styles. All sizes. So don't miss out on this one! Compare at and up SPORT COATS The first great sport coat value oi 1973! And what" a voice! A Irage selection sauries, wor- steds ncjiT with very c-arreai detailing (patch pccists, pleated backs, A selection ef blazers included. Compare at 859.50 DRESS SHIRTS A great coilectica of foaous moiei lo-g-sissTsd Eiins. Muiti-col- qncrds czi Eclidi light or dark Arc to sell at twice tha price! Maxiu-factured to sell at up to SIS.00 MADE-TO-MEASURE SUITS Tailored in our ovm iac- '.cry save you rccra) :he very best cicths. Eig choice cf laisst Heg. S140.00 TIES up ever; sui! cr sport ccci ysu o-ATi wlih one ct iese becutiss. These orer.'; L-.5 usual gaudy ''sale" ties rusteiul plains, patterns and stripes 3cks candscjne accessories for any man's Manufactured to sell at up to (5.00 SWEATERS Bundles oj great sweater buys. Pell- oven, V-necks, tnrtleneda arid crews in a great assorhaeril cf patterns and colosrs. ChJy a special pur- chase allows cs to nake ihis spec- tacular pace possible. up to (19.00 AND UP 2-PANT SUITS ?cr lie nan who cares less for tie fashion details but wan's a TO wear well far a long tine. Huge selec- tion oi coloars, patterns, and sizes, Compare at S1SO.OO SLACKS A sensational selection cf slacks in Ike latest knit and worsted fabrics. You pick the cclc'ar. Yc'j pick !he style. You pick the size. We've got a fantastic cf ail three! Compare at up to AND UP SPORT SHIRTS A manufacturer's clearance allows us to slash prices on a special selec- tion of sport shirts. Choice wovens and knits. Asd nobody, bat aotod? con offer you values like these. (12.00 value UP Of course you can charge it. Nominal iltiratlon charges on ill clothing reduced by or greater. Open a convenient Top Charge A-ccount. Centre Village Mall TIP TOP Open Thurs. and Fri. until 9 p.m. for your shopping convenience RICHARD NIXON An introvert in extroverted line of work On the eve of his second Inaugural and the iflerglov of the second largest land- slide in history, the person- ality of Richard Nixon has remained remote, its flavor and dynamics elusive. Here Is i fresh, comprehensive portrait of the man drawn from a long exclusive Inter- view with the president and interviews wilh those work- ing closest to him. By SALT, PETT He spoke of some of the "tough decisions" be has made, mentioning the movement into Cambodia and the decision last May 8 to bomb North Vietnam and mine Haiphong harbor oe the eve of his trip to Moscow. "People." he said, "probably think (lie president was j'T'ng up and down, barking orders, at those times. Actually. I have a reputation for being the coolest person in th? room. In a way I am. I have trained myself to be that. The great decisions in this i office require WASHTNGTON (AP) "Will "I muld go up the Wai ;xiu hare or the president asked as he seated his visitor and himself in news summary the staff pre- the two chairs with tbeir backs to the Oval office fireplace. His visitor hesitated. "Oh. have Rich- art Nixon said, pressing a but- j ton. Black coffee soon arrived. I Tht President, in i folded Ms hands neatly in his jlap. watching TV commentators. I don't. I get my news from the pares every day and it's great; it sives all sides. "I never watch TV com- mentators or the shows when they are about me. That's because I don't decisions influenced by personal emo- tional reactions. "The major weakness of in- "How do you fed in this experienced is that thev after four years V take thinss Dersonallv. I've been fortunate. I haven't had to miss a day be- cause of illness. I thought that was some kind of a record but I espe- cially in politics, and that can destroy you "Years ago, when I M LH ti 1CW1U LFLJl 1 find that Traman beat it, except rongressinai Ihmgs he didn't do it in sn elected starl- Herblock Sn Pm fh. CaTtCOIEStl to me four-year term. So, I'm the first four-year president who hasn't missed a day in office, provid- ing I make it to Jan. 20. "I've been blessed with a strong physical makeup, prob- ably as a result of inheritance got to me i- when I walk into this office I am cool ar.d calm. I read the news summary acd get both That's important because there are so many emotional is- sues these davs. such as the cu.'L> ds a icsuK Ui Yoi tarn-. I've never had a uar WEifare' headache in my life and my stomach never bothers rue. "I believe in the battle. whether it's the battle of a cam- I paign or tbe banje of this of- fice, which is a continuing Peace "But I never allow myself to get emotional. Xow, there are and senators who battle. It's arrays there whef- pe up. Fulbright, for ever >XPU go. I. perhaps, carry it more than others because that's my way." ample. BIT. when he comes here, we're the best o( friends, at least. I feel I am. "Now. it's no; true that I don't feel emocjoos] or pay at- tention to what others reel But taportant thing I on do is to make oecisocs for OM long run. the president's phvsician. His "VietoaQ. for example. Now, were hsvicE a Difficult fame. I Healthiest I "I've never before met a man who didn't ever have a bead- ache." said Dr. Walter Ttach. in office and lour more to go. appeared remarkable: Weight: To, precisely what it was CO ago. they did. So. we're had to cco- tiatie tbe Mav 5 policy (to bomb the North niU obtain tbe right Hnd dnd foUowing None of tbe tcual medical mas or the inaugural" This was ssid on tbe third UD what Scottv and otter i Worst >hmg he's had in four I years was a cold and sore throaL "My only corjcern Is that he's I working mere and exercisns said the doctor. "He's Even up bowline. No golf. He I to "run 400 strides in place every morrjng. Now it's be- j rween 2CO srA I "But aside from graying a little, be shows less change ac- ce'erated by his office thsn most of his predecessors. He's i probabiy one" of tbe beaihies; presidents we've ever had." 1 Spartan "It's important to live tie a Spartan." the president was saying, "to have moderate eat- ing aid drinking habits. That's cot to say I don't a good time. "Biz the worst thing you can di ;in ihis job', is 10 re-lax, to lee -a. meatal discipline [ice. as presently probably wxjuM drtv i Johcsoa" up the wall. He liked things goina on. He kept three I TV sets here. I have Done here or in ray bedroom. "I fbd to handle crises the j most important cniaHties wie needs are balance, objectivity, ar. ability ;o act coolly." The president's hands had left his lap and. characteristically, be was beginning to gesture with both arms or right fist pumping or one hand coun'.inc of! points on the Tinners c( the other, body tilling slightly right, j left or forward. i His mood seamed to be one o! confidence and. as his points perhaps even exhilaration. I Aware that it has become ar, object of parody, aides report, the president now restrains himpelf from saying, mo 1 make this pcrlecily clear." he still pives the impression of I a man who can't help sayinc it i visccrally, wui imconscioas! [body English. I all that matters is that It cornes oia all right. Sir months from now. nobody will remember (wtet the columnists Solitude "DecisioD-maiers can't be af- fected by current opinion, by TV barking at ymi and con> nenta'.prs banging away with the idea thst ie Third Worid is coming because of tbe ro3i.it of Haiobcag. -Vor can deci5icos he aiiecfed by the outside." la his releci'ess eHort to err.xior.al diffraction, Richard Nu.cri more and rrore tirr.e from the Ch'ai o: -Je House. His more wtck. it i> said, is rine' in on? of three r'.ices. Tnese are his is in the Kfiow B-oLdui2 (EOBi across from the V.hite "the Lincoln sitting room in the nesiderK? and Cicp Dsvid. the presidential retreat high ia the forests of ihe Ca'.ocur. Mffjntains of Mary- Jsnd. where the uninvited are discourseed by a double steel fer.ce K. Among his thini-work reporters been pemirted to soe. the EOB suite .ceeras the most lived-in. The w-alls of the outer room are covered with "Ar.y I asked the a.de showing me The inrxv afire with souvenir footballs, ele- golf cri: ar.d. amorc or.e af.esunc to ihc fact that he was SL'Cnt of the FBI" by J. Edgar Txrc Is a hoice lo'.ince chair !n tho nmr a dictaphone ar.d a set on which Concluded on Page O ;