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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Wednesday, October 13, 1971 Nixon obviously enjoys his California living By FRANCES LEtt'INE SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) President Nixon likes to swim, tool along the Cali- fornia freeways and (line out in the best restaurants when he takes time off at the west- ern White House. During a two-week stay in August, the president bor- rowed a yacht from a wealthy retired California business- man to try out something new weekend cruise in the Pa- cific Ocean. He said it helped him put the problems of his job more in perspective, adding he may do it again some day. "Maybe some day I'll have I boat of my maybe I'll know someone with a Nixon said as he came ashore after 31 hours as a weekend sailor. Nixon's pattern of Califor- nia living has bwn pivtty well establislied in 2Vi years in of- fice. Some local sports fans had expected the new presidential to do a lot of golfing. But Nixon rarely turns to the fairways nowadays, even though a golfing association built him a four-hole ocean- front course in his own back- yard. It has become a little- used scenic addition to his home, carefully clipped and tended and even including pretty sand and water pond hazards. USKS CART Nixon uses a white golf cart labelled "President Richard however, when he travels the- short distance be- tween his home and the West- ern White House compound. On his pleasure outings, the president prefers to keep press and photographers at a good distance. He shuns pho- tographs of his moments at ease. Tourists and residents often get an unexpected closeup or an autograph of their chief ex- ecutive on an outing. Molorists frequently are mystified by a passing presi- dential caravan, with highway patrol cars signalling them out of the way. And diners sometimes are unaware that the restaurant they choose has a presidential table in a private corner or alcove. Nixon follows a pattern of getting to his oceanside office about 8 a.m. and reluming to his next door Casa Pacifica villa around 2 p.m. Some- times he reads there in his small, book-lined second-floor study with its spectacular ocean view. But often in the afternoon, Nixon calls over his close friend C. G. (Bebe) Rebozo for some excursion on beach or highway. Rebozo, Nixon's neighbor in Key Biscayne, Fla., usually takes up residence at the nearby San Clemente Inn vtvan Nixon is at the western White House. He never stays at the Nixon home, which has just one guest room. But he's ready on summons to chauffeur Nixon on the freeways. Unlike his predecessor, Lyn- don B. Johnson, Nixon leaves the driving to others. He says he hasn't been at tire wheel of a car since he became presi- dent because the Secret Serv- ice doesn't like him to drive. Although there is some of the best California surfing beach at the bottom of his clifflop San Clemente home, Nixon doesn't do his swim- ming there. On his first presidential summer visit to the western White House in 1969, Nixon tried cut his own beach. But there was a heavy undertow and fhe nervous Secret Serv- ice suggested the president go elsewhere. A private military beach at neighboring Marine Camp Pondleton provided the an- swer. Now Nixon usually drives about 100 miles south of his home to "Red Beach" on the marine reservation, where Ire has a parked trailer bathhouse, Nobleforcl UCW meets at Herman Hanii residence NOBLEFORD (HNS) No- blcford United Church Women held the monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Herman Hann with 10 members and two guests present. Mrs. Elmer Erickson opened the meeting with the theme hymn and prayer. j Mrs. Clarence De Boer was in charge of devotions. i Roll call involved a cash donation for the foster child's Christmas gift. Mrs. A. Sher- man wrote to foster child Woo Byung Soo in September. Mrs. Inez Baker will write the Oc- tober letter. A fall tea and bake sale is planned for Oct. 27 from 3 to 5 p.m. in the United Church base- ment. Mrs. Glenn Peters was hos- tess for the evening. 3.2 Oz.-3 Ply balls' Assorted colors. PYJAMAS CORDUROY FLARES Sporty Hilo Corduroy pants detailed with front patch pockets! Brown. Navy, Bone, Wine, Forest. OCT. CCT. Cotton flannelette styles come in hand some patterns and popular colors! REVERSIBLE BEDSPREAD 'Diana' spread OUR REGULAR PRICE 6.97 approx. 80" x 100 in jacquard pattern. Mulii MEN'S MEN'S STRETCH SUEDE-VINYL HOSE GLOVES BABY PLASTIC PANTS KRESGE PRICE 2-6X CHILDREN'S T-SHIRT WHITE COTTON PELLOW CASES HAIR STYLING KIT Fun for little girls to style hair! Includes a tall doll's head with long rooted hair, stand, brush comb and curlers. 2 designs! Rose and Carnation or Mums and Pansy covers! Assorted colors. 6 TRANSISTOR RADIO Lunch Counter Special! SLICED HAM ON A BUN ROC TUMBLERS DEFLECTO POTTERY LAMP Contemporary styled lamps have brass bases and matching trimmed shades. Great decorator colors to choose from. Barbecue sauco, golden freneh Met, beveroge 6 diodft. Earphonn In vinyl 'i" sprakcr. Complete with battery Leather case. THESE KRESGE STORE HOURS: THURSDAY and FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. SATURDAY 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 91 DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS INVITE YOU TO THE NEW CAR PREVIEW BE SURE TO FILL OUT YOUR ENTRY FORM FOR THE OVER WORTH OF PRIZES TO BE AWAY DURINC5 THE FALL TO CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS' BONANZA ACTIVE TELEVISION SERVICE ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL LTD. ANGLO DISTRIBUTOR1; AVENUE SHOES BAILEY'S KEYBOARD BAIRD'S SHOES AND LEATHER GOODS ITD. BAKER APPLIANCES LTD. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. BERT AND MAC'S CYCLE LTD. BLACK'S MEN'S SHOP CABLEVISION UTHBRIDGE LTD. CAMM'S SHOES CANADIAN FURRIERS CAPITOL FURNITURE (LETHBRIDGE) ITD. CLASSIC COIFFURES COSMOTIQUE LTD. CLUB CIGAR STORE DALLAS HOTEL DON CALDER INTERIORS LTD. DON WILSON'S JUNIORS' SHOP DRAFFIN'S DOWNTOWN DRUGSTORE DOUG'S MUSIC AND SPORTS ELNA-WHITE SEWING CENTRE (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 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