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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -TTturtday, June 21, W3 THE tVTHBRIDOt MRALD 3C SADDLE RIVER, N.J. It has been observed that the do- ings of adults are often less con- fusing than merely annoying to children. The saga of Watergate seems to bear this out at least among many of the fourth grade students in this com- munity's Wandel School. Teachers asked two classes of the 9-10-year-olds "What is your reaction to The answers indicate (1) the reaction is basically "deskust" and (2) the wisdom of the world is not solely a province of the aged. Bemused While several children re- plied honestly that they did not know anything about Water- gate, which is probably what a good many adults should say but don't, and while a bemused few diplomatically defined Wa- tergate simply as something that releases water in which one can go "swoshing the majority offered brief but sage opinions. Examples: "I herd they buged the pre- Eedets offes and they hid a mike in a tiaeret." "I don't like it It's Robbery.'" "I think the President sent men to lie about him. There- for the people were cheted into voting for him." "I think it was deskusting." "I just hope they have (make) peace." "I think President Nixon was involved because they couldn't of been bugging the phones and listening in on plans all behind Mr. Nixons back." "My name is "Discussting." "It's the 1972 Nixon eapion tampring with the 72 Mogov- ern capain and all the good TV shows off the air." Only a few of the children In this heavily Republican area sided flatly with Richard Nix- on. One said he didn't think Nix- on should be and added: "I think McCord should of shut his mouth and listened to the President." Making fuss Another wondered why Mar- tha Mitchell is making such a fuss. And a third said simply: "I think Micgovern must have something to hide or this hole thing would'nt have happened." But of all the opinions per- haps the one from a lass named Terry Ann is most appropriate. She wrote: "I don't know why the Republicans had to spy on the demacrots for. Because if nixon was a good president he wouldn't have to know what the democrots were doing." rioct? i r V Hf.Wvi What Grade 4 students say about Watergate ,tt 'T By TOM TIEDE Newspaper Enterprise Association Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-a; 2-b; 4-Franeisco Franco; 5- more. PART II; 1-c; 2-a; 3-d; 4-e; 5-b. PART III: 1-e; 2-d; 3-a; 4-b; 5-e. PICTURE QUIZi West German Chancellor Willy Brandt. the Watergate case cast had included a character of the ilk of Sonny, the White House janitor alias a character by the name of Flip Wilson -who finds the case not in the bag but in the basket... decides to tell the t-uth, sort of and makes what is in most circles known as a hasty exit. SAVE AT DUNLQP FORD WHERE... STOCK NO. 774 1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON 200 cc engine, 4 speed trans., value option package, AM radio, HD battery, luggage rack. MAKE YOUR OFFER STOCK NO. 591 1973 LTD BROUGHAM 4 door hardtop, 429 V8 engine, auto., PS, PB, AM radio, automatic air conditioning, ginger- glow In color with brown vinyl roof, power win- dows, power seat, radial tires. '7310 MAKE YOUR OFFER WHERE YOU SAVE! This week at DUNLOP FORD X marks the spot where you save right on the price line. We have taken our great selection of new and used cars and Xed out all prices. Now we invite you to make your choice! Make your offerl Drive homo a bargain! Over 150 cars to choose from. COME HOME TO YOUR TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CENTRE Sale Hours; Wide Open Daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE AND 16th AVE. S PHONE 328-8861 GREAT A-1 USED CAR SAVINGS STOCK NO. 862 1973 Ford F100 Explorer 360 V8 engine, 4 speed trans., long wheelbase, special explorer blue color, specially priced! MAKE YOUR OFFER STOCK NO. 729A 1971 FORD C700 Tilt cab, chassis and cab, 361 Heavy doty V8, 5 speed, 282 trans., pound, 2 speed Eaton, 900 rubber. Ideal for farm or contract work. Reg. Retail MAKE YOUR OFFER '6335 STOCK NO. 714A 1972 FORD GALAXIE 500 STATION WAGON. V8 engine, A.T., P.S., P.B., radio, factory air, luggage rack. Reg. Retail MAKE YOUR OFFER STOCK NO. 850 BRAND NEW 1973 FORD F110 RANGER With V8 engine, A.T., P.S., P.B., and stock No. 817 Brand new 1973 Okanagon 8 foot camper complete with furnace and lacks, plus many other standard feaurs. MAKE YOUR OFFER ;