Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Rtg.S10 Boys' Wear '799 it Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee -Simpsons-Sears Ltd.- Store Open dally a.m. to p.m. Thursday end Friday a.m. to p.m. ll-ll Tenn. President Nixon told Republi- can governors Tuesday he knew of no further embarrass- ing revelations which could come out of the Watergate scandals and said he was sorry for the problems he had caused them. Nixon met for almost two hours with the governors at their winter and several governors said later the president promised them full revelations about Watergate. president looked at us around the room and sorry if I have added to your Tennessee Gov. Winfield Dunn said. Dunn also said Nixon assured them he knew of no more painful facts about the Watergate still to come to light. sard if there he is not aware of Dunn told a news conference. there's anything waiting yet to be re- he's not aware of NIXON SATISFIED Deputy White House Press Secretary Gerald L Warren said Nixon it was a very good session it was very Warren said Nixon told the governors he would operate with the courts and with the special prosecutor that he was determined to make the facts Warren said he had no further details on preceisely how the facts will be saying those decisions will be made known soon as we Dunn said Nixon answered the governors' questions ex- tensively and gave.the strongest indication yet that full disclosure on all aspects of the various White House scandals will be forthcoming. indicated a number of papers will be issued clearly responding to the questions which have been Dunn said. newly installed Chair- man of the Republican Gover- nors said Nixon mentioned his personal fi- the ITT case and the milk case as potential sub- jects of the papers. making his third southern appearance in four spoke before the meeting to a crowd of several 'thousand near the Memphis River bluffs. of greatness of America is that when we have problems we just get out and solve Nixon told the banner-waving crowd. While not referring directly to Watergate in his public speech. Nixon made several references to being able to solve other problems from the Middle East to the energy crisis. Referring to a placard which said Believe in Nixon And the President said. belive in everv one of GETS SOME JEERS Nixon also drew a few boos and jeers from the .crowds estimated by local officials at about Some signs read Now More Than and Democracy. The Memphis appearance followed weekend appearances at Ga.. and including a televised news conference at the Associated Press Manag- ing Editors Association meeting in Orlando Saturday night. The meeting with the gover- nors was similar to sessions Nixon had held in private at the White House last week with congressional leaders. It followed several days of discussion among the GOP governors about the impact V Watergate on the Republican parly's future. The Republican governors adopted a resolution Monday generally praising record in foreign and domestic programs but in- directly urging him to clear up the Watergate problem. Republican Chairman George Bush told gover- nors Tuesday that Watergate will not hurt them in tbe 1974 elections. haven't been easy Bush the thing that is so greatly encour- aging is seeing the Watergate matter turned around rather dramatically as a result of the president's actions in the last few 'He said the party machinery is running smoothly toward the 1974 elections. who takes any look at history is going to dis- cover that scandal does not harm Bush said. Governors steering clear of Nixon WASHINGTON Re- publican meeting to map strategy leading up to the 1974 have let President Nixon know that they do not love him in November as they did last May. Eleven Republicans are among the governors up for reelection next year. At the same all 435 members of the House of Representatives and one-third of the 100 senators face the polls. Political observers see irony in the fact that the Republican governors appear wary of too close an associa- tion at this stage with a Republican president. In Nixon stood aloof from the general ranks of Re- publican candidates. He was criticized for concentrating on his own campaign and denying House and Senate candidates the prestige of presidential support There now appears to be a certain least within the ranks of the gover- identify too closely with the embattled Nixon and his problems. SUPPORT DECLARED Last when the gover- nors met in New they is- sued .a ringing declaration of support have confidence in the future of our country. We de- plore Watergate. We support the president. We believe the president. We feel he has achieved major accom- plishments for our Since the muddy waters of scandal have swirl- ed closer to the White House. On 24 before Sears NYLON SKI JACKETS the president was to visit the governors at their meetings in the resolu- tion was worded applaud the determina- tion of the president to make full disclosure to the public concerning Watergate and we look forward to his visit... as part of that George Republican party claims that Watergate has damaged the image of politics in general and Democrats will suffer equally in the public mind. DITCHES PLAN Bush himself has given up on plans to run for governor of Texas. Another who has decided time is not is Representative John Ander- chairman of the House Republican conference and third-ranking member of his party in the House. Anderson has abandoned plans to try to take the Illinois Senate seat held by Adlai Ste- venson III. Bush's contention concern- ing damage has been challeng- ed by chairman of the American In- stitute of Public who reminded the governors that state elections in New Jersey and local elections in Connec- ticut show that voters had taken their feelings out the Republican Party. At the same the Harris Survey showed that more Americans are listing themselves as rather than Republican sup- porters. The problem the governors are facing is to try to dis- sociate themselves-.from Watergate without '-dis- sociating themselves from the president. They have signified qualified support for the president's new campaign to try to eli- minate the Watergate tar- nish from his office. say the has forestalled any impeachment move or demands for resigna- tion from within their ranks. Sears SPORTS CENTRE WHERE THE NEW IDEAS ARE For and style this winter on the ski choose this smart looking ski jacket from Simpsons-Sears Sport Centre. The outer shell is nylon and is water repellent and wind re- sistant. 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