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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 11960 11970 Nfld. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Wcdnefday, Moy 9, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 35 Some see humor in Watergate scandal New York Times Service WASHINGTON For yaars, Richard Nixon has been the target of hundreds of jokes by his political rivals. The "Wa- tergate scandal has given his they have devoured it. Uerc opponents new material, and are a few of the jokes that can be printed: Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Elirlichnian have bean arguing for years over who would fol- low the president and get lic- ense plate No. 2. Now they're about who is going to make the license plate. X V lie Uumocracls are wearing ccmpaigi buttons that Repub- licans distributed in 1968. The buttons carry the words, "Nix- OP> the one." H. One wag says that Nixon's trouble can be traced to the fact that hired all those Ger- mans for his staff. What should have done was to hire Jaoancse for these reasons: The Japanese are better at electronics. When the Japanese ir.ake a mistake they admit it. After they admit it. they commit hara-kiri. V One Democrat says that the Republicans should alter their campaign chant, "four years or maybe 10 to 20.'' V V A Washington cab driver tells his passengers this story: He was driving by the White Incomes have doubled The average yearly me- dical income for doctors receiving fees have almost doubled in the last 10 years, say two researchers who've been looking into medical incomes. Dr. Sam- uel Wolfe, a Canadian leaching medicine in the United States and Dr. Robin Badgley, chairman of the behavioral science depart- ment at the University of Toronto, told a meeting of the Canadian Public Health Association that federal and provincial govern- ments have "a deliberate conspiracy of silence" to keep the public from learn- ing the truth about doctors' high incomes. Graph shows average net incomes of doctors by province in 1960 and 1970. House last Monday night, just before the President's spsech, and he saw a man running around frantically on the lawn, screaming, "Where's my dog? Checkers, where are you? Come here, Checkers' V More buttons: "Free the Watergate 500." ''Don't blame me I voted for McGovern." X Cpnnally has signed on as cabin boy aboard the Titanic. JAPAN TURNS TOWARD AFRICA LUSAKA, Zambia (AP) Japan is turning its attention to- ward Africa, and the mineral- rich central African country of Zambia is beginning to feel To- kyo's economic muscle. Japanese economic penetra- tion of the Zamlbian economy is based on a simple strategy: The Asians buy ore and raw materi- als and then invest to develop their extraction and export. Many of those raw materials re- turn later in Japanese manufac- tured consumer goods. If necessary, the Japanese will even do the prospecting for the raw materials. Copper sales are dominating the two-way trade. Japan bought more Zainbian copper in 1971, about million worth, than any other nation. Japanese consumer goods are starting to dominate many Afri- can markets in Zambia and other African countries. Cars, motorcycles, bicycles, cameras, electronic equipment and elec- trical appliances are the most popular items. AID ZAMBIAN RAILWAYS The latest involvement by the Japanese in the Zambian econ- omy is a million long-term loan at low interest rates. It is being used to modernize Zam- bia's railroads and radio-telsvi- sion network. Tokyo's loan is merely a building block to stronger links between this landlocked country of 41-: million and Japan, said Ambassador Mobuyasu Nishi- miya. "It is the sincere desire of the Japanese government that the Japanese private sector busi- nesses and will regard this loan as a pump-priming measure, generating more en- thusiasm among them to partic- ipate in Zambian Nishimiya explained. Japanese companies already have invested million in this African "pump priming." These Investments have gone into a ni- trogen chemical factory, a gas collection and acid plant and a project modernizing Zambia's microwave link Lusaka and Livingstone. Japan's expansion into Zam- bia docs not appear to have been hindered greatly by its ex- tensive trading wilh the whitc- dominatcd regime in South Af- rica. Tokyo's representatives have consistently defended Ja- pan's contacts with the South Africans. "1 think it is our said Ambassador Nishimiya. "Japan, unlike Zambia with hiipjc copper deposits, is de- n-ivcd of almost all natural re- j. Tees.' We have to rely substantially on our exports. And our population is more than 100 mil'ion in a country ha'f the size of Zambia. Trade is our life-and-deatli problem." VALUES EFFECTIVE 'TIL SATURDAY, MAY 12 CLOSING WE RESERVE THE P-1GHT TO LIMIT QUANTJTIES ASSORTED FLAVOURS (EXCEPT ANGEL FOOD) net wt. KRAFT SINGLES PASTUERIZED PROCESS CHEDDAR 8-or. net wt. pkgs. VIVA -CANADA CHOICE GRADE 14-fl. oz. tins PEAS, CREAM CORN, CUT WAX or GREEN BEANS SALAD PASSING KRAFT 32-fl. oz. jar GOLDEN YELLOW CANADA GRADE A WHOLE SERVE WITH "L" BRAND ICE CREAM r V FLOUR 5 SWEETHEART BRAND 20-lb, net wt. bag QUARTER Pork Loss! Bulk Wieners MaPie Leaf ib. 69c Tea Side Bacon Canada NO. i Shortening 2 for 85c Grade. Sliced, 1-lb. pkg BREADED Steakettes ib. 69c Holiday Farms Entrees Liquid Detergent 79c Nabob Whip for 99c 79c MKAWpfcKKlE) J .13 Secret 99c Marlboro Tissue....... roll 89c Pint Bskts- v for ww 19' Unjconted 6-oz Tomuto sauce Spaghetti S: lnt Shoe- O string 2-lb. net wt. pkgs. for t. tins for Carnation Shoc- 1 nrt 8 pk9. 4 for Moid Whi" or 7 CANADA NO. 1 GRADE TOMATOES...... VINE RIPENED Ib. ITALIAN, COLESLAW, 1000 ISLAND, CATALINA KRAFT DRESSINGS MAXWELL HOUSE 16-fI. oz. btli..... INSTANT COFFEE 10 oz. net wt. jar 1.79 ;