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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 THE LETH6RIDGE HERALD Wednesday, January 1i, 1973 Spiro: mixed feelings about a vegetable salesman JAMKS T. WOOTKV Now York Tilm-s St-nii'i1 lull i'f cor.sutciv.Me strengin, ambition or oiur- He's or. ji-'o! V'.otoi" Oo'd. rwezily resizr.r' r-e5s "He's ei too cf r.r.o world." Nevertheless. :hose liko giver. preside" is ihe objec; ?f oo-Lincil and chairman o: Nniional Security Coun- cil aril domestic coiii-.cil and of tiic Xauoi'.al Coun- cils Indian and aeronautics and space. of tl-.ese liuiics seems to promise for political er. at request. cfiicc of relations i-ns tven taken ovei" by ihe While House he i> the chief liaison be- luoen ihe executive branch cf '-al at.d its rnd leoal All ci for oa the vice f-.u-.tre. c.i essential uuestio-i: What. is goinc to be new arri the president to clo." a Kepub'ican ro- f-or.i Ne-.v Eng- "He has no no SLjff. no airplaiie. no entree, ro no nothing except lie gets from Hie V.hite Hoiuse." Gold said the- other day ncw's new responsibilities a mystery, sbrcuded in but suggested that plans IOL- travel. Pome state party leaders have suggested that Ihe vice president had "not yet made his mark'' in [oreipi affairs it is likely that he will be assigned foreitri tra- vel to counter such criticism. whatever the president bis him co and however well he does it. there are still two iniportaat factors !o e-ed." a midwesiern representative said. "How n-.uch does he want ihe nomina- tion and what (former treasury secretary John B.) Connaliy de- cides to do.'1 Ccnnally, ir h.rs h'ed. may shed his Democra- tic cloaks and retiTn to i'no XLvon administration for a sec- ond time as prelude to a 1975 run for the republican presiden- tial nomination. i'urthiT. ihere are many V.'hito Ilctise insiders who talk in amazed tones about the at- fiTLiiiii and respect the presi- dent ha? for Connaliy. "He real- ly ho.lris him in a kind of awe.1' S'.'d one. "Connally is so force- ful yet so relaxed and the president likes that a lot." The vice prc.-idem himself has not discussed those mai- i or much of anything else I-ii'.-Iicly since the cL'Ciioa. a silence that in itself :s ct'ten inierpretixi as tactical. Moreover, his aides decline to laili (uturo because, as Gold put it. "doesn't like hts people shootins off their mouths about tilings like that." Gold also explained that as far as the vice president is oon- "there is nothing to say." which may explain why he has cecilned lo honor a five- rj.jtuh old request for an ir.ier- vith Aenew. is more, many politici- ans here who have watched the vice president over the hs: foi-.r years have serious doubts about both his skill and his drive r.o a candidate. "If there's one thing in poli- tics I can't imagine." ventured ono Dern-xrni in Ihe House of -It's Spiro slogging in Xew Hampshire SHDIV in the winter of 1976." 1'iven if the president whet ha.; been called his "ri'sirair.ed. relaxed and dis- cblined" campaign style, some of his fellow Republicans and r.un: of ti'.e Democrats who to talk ah-'it i! believe it v '11 no; he enough. "He Kisn'i groira an inch sinco he's been in Washington." a Midwestern. Democratic seu- said. you talk about it from end to ihe other. Humphrey conduced, "it's really better to be there not to be there." Save 20% Sparkling prints and stripes in easy-care Perma-Prest cotton Twin, flat or fitted. Reg. each 4.55 each ercrcntmg lovelies thai never fesl laundry- every ccy. Truly sheets Ihst go frc-n end tumble dryer wilr-C'jf ruvple or 7re ncgic is re-iron eosy- cino-i. In c every need: fil'ecs wiln eiasfo-nf ccrrers, f els cases with reat'y eras. over cclcur- 'reta.1 Posie" fc-a! is en c j-c.'-d i-. c-d Red Diu-g. revs rrcicnc.c sciid CC'CLT Twin, flaf or fitted Reg. S5.69 each Double, flat or fitted Reg. S6.69 each Queen flat or fitted Reg. S8.98 each Pillowcases Reg. S2.93 pair Beaming ond Linen reen end 4.55 each 5.35 each 7.19 each 2.39 pair Save 16% to 18% on all-season colourful flanneiefte sheets --D, c- Save 18% on easy-care all over "Roses" blanket C c 'O C r a iz'g-'-'-'ec'ipg c z- c-d 5c'd end c- c ground. Af prlcG a fire budget ROT. cc. .99 Bedding and Linen Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears NEW STCRE HOURS: Open Oaliy a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9.30 a.m. to p.m. Tclcihop 328-6611 Open Doily 8 p m. Thundoy and Fridfly B a.m to 9 p.m. ;