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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta U.S. election campaign in high gear Royal reunion Princess Margaret and her husband Lord Snowdon visit with the Duchess of in her suite in New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel Tuesday. The Duchess met with the royal couple who were dressed to attend the ballet later in the evening. The late Duke of Windsor was an uncle to Margaret and former King of England who abdicated before marrying the Duchess. WASHINGTON The heavy jockeying and campaigning has begun for November elections in the United with more murkiness than usual clouding the experts' forecasts. Everyone agrees there are likely to be substantial turn- both in Congress and in the state capitals. including the Re- agrees that Republican candidates face an uphill fight because of the accumulated drag of the Watergate the energy shortages and unchecked is- sues linked to the Republican Richard Nixon. But beyond agreement falls apart. The political picture in the U.S. has shown a dramatic capacity for change in recent years and the six months remaining until the elections provide ample time for another major change in voter opinions. Primary elections Tuesday in four states were the first concentrated burst of pre- election giving supporters of the Democratic and Republican parties in those states a chance to select candidates for the actual elections. Other primaries will be held throughout the following the whim of individual state laws. Some Democrats in Washington speak of a possible vetoproof Con- two-thirds of the members in both House and Senate may be counted on to push Democratics supported legislation into law despite a veto by President Nixon during his last two years in the white House. Republicans generally hold back on forecasts. They feel their numbers in the House of Representatives may be sharply but their hopes are higher for the Senate. they it's far too early to make meaningful predictions. Under the crazy-quilt pattern of American voters in November will elect 34 third of the six-year all 435 representatives to two-year terms and 35 of the 50 state governors to terms of varying plus a raft of state and local officials. Forecasts of a substantial turnover among incumbents from both parties are based on the numbers of sitting members who have decided not to seek re-election. In the House of Representa- 17 Republicans and 10 Democrats have already an- nounced their retirement. Others are expected to make the same decision later. Thirteen additional representatives are leaving the House to seek a Senate seat or state office. The turnover of incumbents seems likely to begin in the with threats to sitting politicians from ambitious members of their own party. The most notable example is in where veteran Senator J. William Fulbright is an underdog now for the Democratic primary May 28 against the state's popular young Dale Bumpers. Republicans hope to hold their losses in the Senate to four or five or about one-half what need to give them their cherished veto proof Senate. Continuing a trend of the last five seem destined to lose more of the 18 state governorships they now hold. Their most important losses may come in the two biggest New York and California. Soviet-China dispute flares FRAME STYLES From AROUND-THE- WORLD MOSCOW The Soviet Union said today China is using the landing of a Soviet helicopter on Chinese territory as pretext to complicate Soviet Chinese A commentary by the news agency Tass said Chinese au- thorities are re- sponsible for the consequences of a new attempt to make an anti- Soviet Last the Soviet Union insisted the Chinese return the helicopter and its three-man crew which landed in China on March 14. The Chinese ambassador was told that unless China releases the crew it full responsibility for the inevitable consequences of this provocative Western diplomats considered the Soviet statement strong. But they noted that with Soviet-Chi- nese border talks suspended and relations between the two countries at a low the Kremlin has limited means to force Chinese compliance with the demand. The Chinese contended the helicopter was on a spying a charge the Soviets have denied. STILL SELLING FOR LESS STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 31 4 3rd St. S. Phone 327-3024 Friends 'N Neighbours FRIENDS'N NEIGHBOURS May 89-10-11 While Quantities Last CHARGEX MASTER CHARGE Mother's SPECIAL LADIES'SPRING PANT COATS The perfect topper for Many styles lo choose from in polyester lightweight acrylic fibres and simulated leather Sizes 7-15. 10 to 20 and sizes LADIES'PANT SUITS Mom would love one of these soft Spring pant Three smart short sleeve and sleeveless styles. Easy care polyester fabric. Plains and checks. pink and blue. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. 21.98..................................... 15 LADIES' BODY SUITS By Phantom. Special group by this famous maker m time for Mothers Short and long sleeve styles with dome fasten crotch Perfect complitnsnt for shorts and skirts. Slight S M L Reg. 7.98............ 3 LADIES' BABY DOLLS SHORT GOWNS Choose something personal for that special Cozy brushed nylon acetatesand some cottons. Pastel shades S.M.L............... 1 LADIES' CABLE STITCH CARDIGANS acrylic fibres. Popular cable stitch cardigan in pink or blue S.M.L............... 5 LADIES' BIKINI PANTIES Fancy print bikinis assorted bright colors. S.M.L........... 77 LADIES' PANT TOPS SHIRT BLOUSES A perfect addition to her ward- robe' Long and short sleeve styles. knubby polyesters in prints and plains Sizes 10 to 20. Reg. to 8.98 4 LADIES' PANTS polyester pull-on pants with stiched front seam. Assorted Spring shades. Sizes 10 to 20 4 FIELDS OWN PANTYHOSE Made exclusively for Fields by one ot Canada's top makers. hint of black. Reg. 3 for 1 GIRLS' PANT SUITS Fortrel polyester suits. 2 piece sets in gingham check and pastel shades. Sizes 7 to 14. Reg. 12.98 9 70 StorM Serving end 1. Buy some bottles of Coca-Cola or of Sprite. 2. Open a bottle. 4. Look for the name of a Provincial capital and a mileage number on the under- side of the liner. 3. Peel out the vinyl liner from under the cap. 5. Collect all ten Provincial Capitals and you may win a Mercury Bobcat 3-door Runabout. 6. Collect exactly miles and you may win a cooler full of Coke and of Sprite. 7. Clip this entry form for reference. I HOW YOU MAY WIN CociCoh .inil Spnlc Itlnl pn-r In iiid rtuiiiik Hie period liw sp'Cnl luu'is umli i c.ipi on ih-' lultl.'s Umti'i deli Imiv find the a CiU and i ind- v number Tins contest mil ils Fii'ndi injiiiM vtisMii C ip Mil Cap hue tiec-n oicim.M oplP'liimln randnm aui Is pi- uil 'ly Si llisli.s fll 1 '1 C- IIMIS lo lie dudilo lo a 1974 Mincmv B'kil Rumtwiii or 500 00 Collect all these Provincial v.rnnj Edmonton R-cnn IVmiiii'iv Ti.rjrno Cm'l L t fieih'iitton UniMkliun ami Si ho s To be eligible to win i cooler and coupons lor 12 10 bottles ol COM Coli ird 12-10 ol bottles ol colled liners xilh numbers on them totilmg eiicllji 4784 miles 1. When you tolled vinyl Imcrs sho.vuic mines ol all ol the ten Canadian Cipital Citus or ccilli-rt vinyl liners mill Ihe numbers totalling exactly miles mail them ind your answer to the skill quCilion Mow ftith yotir name address and telephone numbir in block to. CAPITAL CAPS. BOX 8105 tOftONtO ONTARIO M5W 1S8 Each complete set ol Niters eligible lor only one pme We suggest you use repste'ed mail as no responsibility will be taken for lost misdirected or delayed mail NOTE DO NOT MAIL METAL BOTTLE CAPS. Only submissions containing vinyl liners from boMles ol Coke and of Sprite specially impnnled lor this contest will be conxdfjtd Mulilited altered or forged vinyl liners will be disqualified 2. Each contestant is required lo correctly answer Ihe skill testing question below Contestants submitting a complete set of vinyl liners showing all of the ten Canadian Provincial Capital Cities in order lo win are also required to correctly answer an additional-time limited arithmetical skill question by telephone lor which a mutually convenient time will be arranged in advance J. Submissions lo tic eligible must be pnstmarked not later than June 28 1974 and received by July 8 1974 The njhl is reserved lo terminate dllu nlllluinn il.c CC.miit fn-Cr 'u tflC d.'.tC 4. All suhmisN ons become piocerty ot Cora Cola Ltd tfir any and all purp inc1 not re n turned Nocommumral en entered iMo euept AI'II eligible contestants Cuca Cola Ltd may use umne s' nines m any or publicity 5. Contest is open to all residents ot Canada eicepl the employees and tlieir immediate lamilies ot Coca Cola Ltd its Contract Settlers its supplier ol male rials its dealers Aho sell Coca Cola or Sprite in tiotlles its agency and the contest By maihnc a each contestant to abide by thess rules and dec sions o' the judges decisions are 'mal This contest subject to all applicable Federal and Picwncial statutes and regulalions. Name ________ Address Apt No Prov Postal Code Tel No My to the skill testing question By signtnf below I declare that I have duly complied wilh ill the rultt ol Ihe contest II i .ur unfri nf y.u n 11 pjirni 01 Lu3Uiin out lilt i'ltK-r ful y i II J inil your CONTEST CLOSES JUNE LOOK FOR FURTHER CONTEST DETAILS WHERE BOTTLES OF COCA-COLA AND SPRITE ARE SOLD. LOOK FOR FURTHER CON ;