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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID July 13, 1970- Nixon No. 1 TargetOf Party Campaign WASHINGTON (CP) With a cookie-jar television adver- tisement it persuaded a New York firm to prepare free of charge, the debt-ridden Demo- cratic party has launched its congressional election campaign of 1970 with President Nixon the prime target. The gist of the 30-second TV ad, as a voter gathers money out of a cookie jar to send off to the Democratic headquarters here, is that that "you don't have to wait until 1972 to vote against Richard Nixon." With 34 of the 100 Senate seats and all 435 House of Represent- atives seats on the line in Nov- ember, the theme is that Ameri- cans can show displeasure with RIPIEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 3J8-7626____ the Nixon admlnislratlon by beefing up the Democratic ma- jorities now in both houses. The next presidential election is two years away. The unveiling of the TV ad, following a 25-minute talk last week by national Democratic Chairman Lawrence O'Brien in rebuttal to Nixon's -earlier TV appearance, set the lines of bat- tie. The two major issues in the November elections will be the economy and the Indochina war, with law enforcement .and unemployment the .main follow- up issues. ASK FOR MONEY The Democrats, said to have a paper deficit of maybe more than after the 1968 campaign that saw Hubert H. Humphrey lose out to Nixon, will be incorporating a cry for monetary support in most of their campaign advertising. In addiiton to the cookie-jar ad, they are said to have per- suaded another New York firm Rentway Canada Ltd. Year-End Clearance LATE MODEL RECONDITIONED USED TRUCKS 1968 GM 4 wheel drive Vi ton carryalls------ 1968 GM and Ford 'A ton pick ups......... 1800 1968 GM one tan C and C on dualj....... 2000 1969 GM and Ford Vi ton pick 2000 1969 GM and Ford ton 4x4 pick ups..... 2600 1969 Ford 4x4-6 man crew cabf.......... 3500 1965 GM 48 passenger ichool buses 1750 A few larger cabs and years Units have six or eight cylinder engines, 4 speed trans- mission with H.D. Equipment. Phone: 243-4672 Rentway Canada Ltd. 401 Manitou Road CALGARY, Alberta to do a companion TV spot zero- ing in on unemployment. Meanwhile, the administra- tion, battling desperately to win Republican control of House and Senate to ease the legislative way for the White House, will argue that for the first time since the Kennedy years the U.S. is bringing men home from Vietnam instead of sending more over. On inflation, the Nixon team apparently will blame runaway inflation on the free-spending ways of previous Kennedy-John- son democratic administrations and the improvidence of the Democratic-controlled Congress. Mailroom System Contract Let MAIDENHEAD, Eng. (CP) A contract worth for the design, supply and installa- tion of an automatic computer- controlled mailroom system at the Toronto Star's new building in Toronto has been won by Pakseal Industries Ltd. of Maid- enhead. The system will be designed to wrap, bundle and speed the dispatch of newspapers from a fourth-floor mailroom of the 25- storey building. It will be geared to keep pace with new presses capable ol printing papers of up to 144 pages at a rate of impres- sions an hour. The contract provides for all equipment necessary between the counter stackers and deliv- ery van loading bay. This includes machines for automatically tying and strap- ping bundles. Jews Appeal To Session MOSCOW (AP) Thirty .So- viet Jews from Latvia and 45 from Moscow have appealed to the current session of the Su- preme Soviet to help open So- viet borders to permit more Jews to emigrate to Israel. Their petitions were sent by registered mail to the Supreme Soviet session. However, the as- sembled deputies took no public notice of the requests. The Soviet Union allows only a few Jews a month to emigrate to Israel A NEW DINING EXPERIENCE! A FIRST IN LETHBRIDGE! THE LETHBRIDGE JAYCEES---------- FAMILY GOURMET CLUB Featuring LUNCHES DINNERS SNACKS AT UTHBRIDGE'S FINEST RESTAURANTS 75 VALUE IN DINING FOR A MEMBERSHIP OF ONLY 10 Here's How It Works When you and your guest patronize one of the participating restaur- ants you will receive ONE MEAL ABSOLUTELY FREE Wit'h the purchase of a meal of equal value! MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH THE LETHBRIDGE JAYCEES You will be dining at these populuar restaurants: Marquis Steak and Rib Room Majorette Restaurant 0 New Moon Cafe New World Cafe Lotus Inn Top Pizza and Spaghetti House Queen's Pizza Tom's HOUM of Pizza Paoln Spaghetti House ft Burger Baron Tastee Tag's Drive In TK Cafeteria House of Wong We'll Deliver Your Membership! JUST CALL 328-7005 TODAY! I LETHBRIDGE JAYCEE FAMILY GOURMET CLUB Room 7 304 5th Street South I Please rush my Gourmet Club Membership. I realize that this is available (or a short time only and I want to be I sure of receiving a membership. Enclosed is my cheque for.......... for memberships at each. I NAME PHONE I ADDRESS CITY.......... MAKE CHEQUES PAYABLE TO GOURMET ClUB LMail to Gourmet Club Room 7 304 5th Street South, Lethbridge HELP YOUR JAYCEES BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY! The traditional antagonism that exists when one party con- trols the White House and the other the Congress has reached unusual heights in recent months. CONGRESS OPPOSED NIXON The scorecard shows that Congress has rebuffed and em- barrassed the president time and again, rejecting two of his Supreme Court nominees, over- riding his plan for hospital con- struction, passing the Senate resolution limiting his war-mak- ing powers and the like. Possibly, as the elections ap- proach, this line of difference between White House and Capi- tol Hill will be more sharply drawn, making it easier for the electorate to take sides. The White House is bound to seek to brand the present Con- gress as a "do-nothing" legisla- ture, more occupied with fight- ing the president that getting on with legislative business. Cer- tainly this Congress will not leave a mark in history for any great volume of accomplish- ments, but Democratic legisla- tors blame poor communica- tions and even lack of co-opera- tion from the White House. The administration will also argue that it could work more effectively with a Republican Congress. But this pitch will have a hollow ring in the face of evidence that a body of up to 17 Liberal including at times even Senate minority leader Hugh Scott of from time to time lined up against their president. Remodel Classrooms CRANBROOK (Special) Contract at was awarded Young's Home Repair by Cran- brook School board for remodel- ling four classrooms at Mount Baker Secondary School. This will enable application of new approaches to social stud- ies mere with folding walls to make flexible usfl of the space for alternative student labora- tories for map-making and sim- ilar projects, two smaller class studies rooms and a fourth for independent study and mater- ials storage. Principal David Shunter sug- gested the alteration to empha- size independent projects by students on their own selected subject matter. The converted space can also be used for group teaching un- der the developing team- teacher system which is being introduced in progressive schools through the province. Wins Scholarship PTOCIIER CREEK (Special) Local artist, Jack Kigaux; has won a scholarship sponsored by the cultural de- velopment branch of the Alber- ta government. This scholarship is for studies at the Southern Institute of Technology in Calgary. Six of his paintings and sketches submitted to the con- test were from the selection of his art shown at his art show in Pincher Creek in April. HIGH BIRTH RATE Large hatcheries arc equipped to hatch eggs daily. MOST SUPPLY The United States supplies most of '.he worlds demand for molybdenum. RAKE 1IIRD One of the rarest birds in North America is the ivory- billed woodpecker. 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