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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Oclobtr LETHBRIDGE HERALD-9 Survey of nation Nixon impeachment runs against grain of many Americans 0' By JERRY M. FLINT New York Times Service NEW YORK From the 5-02 commuter train to Stam- ford, Noroton Heights and Danen, Conn., to the Admiral Kidd Club in Sandiego, Presi- dent Nixon still has his sup- porters And from Hoarty Brothers men's bar at Boston to Little Havana in Miami, he has his detractors, many of whom defected within the last few days. And, interviews across the nation show, the thought of impeaching the president still runs against the grain of many Americans But large numbers also feel that the special Watergate prosecutor, Archibald Cox, was dis- missed, as Bill Glass at Hoar- ty's said, because he "got too close to home." SHARPLY DIVIDED In their own private worlds, Americans are still sharply divided on Richard Nixon, who less than a year ago carried 49 of the 50 states. Around the pool at Sun City, Ariz., the retirement com- munity, the president gets heavy support. "They ought to get rid of all those old Democrats, all those people who have gotten us into wars since I was said Doc (as he calls himself) Harris And dismissing Cox was a good idea, because he had been "doing things he UNRESERVED AUCTION To Be Held for Mr. anf Mrs. Henry Huisman Monday, Oct. 29, 7 p.m. FOREMOST COMMUNITY HALL TERMS CASH Assortment of household furniture; garage tools, fishing boat, fishing and hunting equipment, life jackets bedroom suite, china cabinet, several chests of drawers, 1 tent trailer, 16 h p. outboard motor; guns, snowmobile clothing and boots. Plus many other items too numerous to mention SUBJECT TO ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS Plan to Attend Weekly Livestock Sales at HAT LIVESTOCK AUCTION CO. LTD. SCHLENKER AUCTION SERVICE Alberta and Sask. Bonded Phone 527-2814 OFFICE AT HAT LIVESTOCK AUCTION Highway No. 3, Medicine Hat, Alberta National Army Cadet Week By The Mayor Of Lethbridge A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the Army Cadet League of Can- ada is pledged to encourage and promote public interest in and support of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets, and WHEREAS, this support is provided by vol- unteer members in communities throughout the province who unselfishly and whole- heartedly contribute to the training of the Army Cadets, and WHEREAS, these same civilian volunteers are promoting an effective national pro- gramme of leadership, physical fitness and citizenship training for the youth of our province; NOW THEREFORE, I A C. Anderson, Mayor of the City of Lethbridge, do hereby pro- claim the week of October 21st to 27th as ARMY CADET WEEK and do hereby call upon all citizens of this City to observe this week with appropriate ceremonies MAYOR UNRESERVED CLOSING OUT AUCTION To Be Held At G B General Store Manyberrim, Friday, Nov. a.m. LUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS CASH REFRIGERATION UNITS 14 ft open top self-con- tamed Paragon Dairy Cooler, Frigidaire 2-door re- frigerator, Imperial upright deepfreeze, Roy refrigera- tor, Kelvmator Chrome Top ice cream freezer, Universal cooler fridge OFFICE EQUIPMENT Gary floor safe, 41 in high, 28 in wide and 26 in deep m good condition, Smith Corona cash register; Smith Corona electric adding machine, 3 drawer, metal, filing cabinet; McCaskey filing unit, old style Remington typewriter SCALES 24 Ib Toledo enamel platform scale, 30 Ib platform scale (Pat. upright floor platform scale with extra weights SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of Gen- eral Hardware, Groceries and Household Mer- chandise. PLUS rubber boots, overshoes, work boots, clothing, quantity of new paint, shovels, forks, tools, quantity of new nuts and bolts of assorted sizes, sugar, several sizes of new rope, new hydraulic hoses, Frank- lin vet supplies, penicillin and other vacmes COUNTERS AND HEATERS ft 4 shelf, 2 sided display counter, various other counters, 1 hanging gas furnace; BTU, Mc- Donald gas heater; 4 burner gas stove MISCELLANEOUS 55 new twisted chisel plow spikes, in chisel plow spikes, in chisel plow spikes, 15 gal. of roofing cement, 45 gal of roofing tar, roofing paper; new eaves troughs and connectors, 10 ft. stepladder, Travel Aire air conditioner Plus many other items too numerous to mention Plan to attend wMkly livistock win it Hit Livtstock Aiction Co. Lid. Subject to Additions or Deletions SCHLENKER AUCTION SERVICE Located at HAT LIVESTOCK AUCTION No 3 Highway, Hal, AlbwrW shouldn't have been doing, hir- ing 80 lawyers, spending he added. "If they're going to investigate him, everyone in Washington should be investigated everyone's a said E H. Brown. His wife said "Cox brought in a bunch of Liberals who were just out to get Nixon But a younger crowd at R- Gees, a country western nightclub at Tempe, could not think more differently "After this, he's no said Mitchell Daniels, who's with the R-Gees band and favors impeachment "No one will trust him Everyone laughs at him Three hundred miles straight west at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club where, it is said, anyone cntizmg the president a few months ago would have had trouble finding a tennis partner, the atmosphere changed in recent days William Kellogg, the club owner, said, "almost to a man, it seems, our members are either very unhappy or downright disgusted about the president and what he is doing to the office of the presiden- cy." "I personally think he should resign before the situa- tion deteriorates he said, adding that :f Nixon did not quit "I probably would be ready to support impeach- ment his handling of the tapes was bad enough, but his firing of prosecutor Cox was an arrogant disregard of his promise to the people." Robert Knapp, coming off the Green Concrete tennis courts, says, "impeachment, No That's reckless talk at this time and can only serve to further confuse and inflame an already bad situation But, said Knapp, the damage to the president's prestige and credibility "is probably irreparable MPs still arrange deals OTTAWA (CP) It's been seven years since there was any official pairing in the Commons, but the practice of individual MPs getting together to arrange deals still exists It used to be that when MPs abstained on a vote they often would rise afterwards and an- nounce they were paired with a member across the aisle "and had I voted, I would have voted for the bill Nothing is said now, but most MPs acknowledge that the practice persists If an MP is going to be out of town for a particular vote, he can arrange privately for an op- posing MP to be absent for the the favor will be returned when required Sources say there even was some in-party pairing during this week's vote on capital punishment a free vote on which the Liberals and Conservatives were sharply divided among themselves Although no one will confirm it officially, the sources say some of the 38 abstainers made arrangements with other MPs who had to be out of town and could not vote Because it was a free vote the party whips were not in- volved in organizing after- dance That was left to separate abolitionist and retentionist forces within the parties Maurice Foster (L was the acknowledged Liberal leader of the forces supporting the bill to renew limitations on hanging for another five .years His opposite number in the party was Ross Whicher Who wanfpH thp bill defeated In the Conservative Party, where a majority voted against the bill. Jack Horner Crowfoot) led the retentionists Flora MacDonald The Islands) worked in the other direction, rallying sup- port for the bill's passage Jim Schlonker 527-7376 Allen Schachcr Alberta and Sask Bonded Office Manager Wynn Strum Phone 527-2814 Stan Pahl Cashier Albert Boschee, Clerk Canadians will be applying for passports in 1974. If you plan to travel next year, now's the time to apply for your passport. And to avoid delays, complete and check your application carefully 35 per cent of applications are delayed due to errors. External Affaires Affairs exteneurcs Passporl applications arc available at any Passport Oftico post office- travol aqonry or nirlino At the Admiral Kidd Club, patronized by senior naval of- ficers, active and retired, Nix- on is defended, and there is talk of "a good leader acting quickly and firmly in dealing with trouble in the ranks." "This talk about impeach- ment is damned said Gordon Roberts, a retired captain "All I have heard as regards the president is a lot of rhetoric and nothing to his discredit." A retired commander, James Valenti, regretted the departue of Elliot L Richardson as attorney general and his deputy, William D. Ruckelshaus, but said, "they knew they could not defy the boss and remain." "No system, civilian or military, can function in that he added. OPPOSE PRESIDENT At the sixth-floor beauty salon at Henri Bendel's specialty store on New York's 57th Street, the patrons oppos- ed the president "I think impeachment would be lovely, unless it would be a national disaster to have another catastrophic said Mrs. Jane Smith, who was waiting for a con- sultation But the equally well- groomed men on the from Grand Central to Danen and points east were generally sympathetic to the president "If the judge finds nothing wrong, I nope they get off his said Jess W Speidel of Stamford, a planned parenthood worker He's got a country to run." William Jones, a lawyer, said, "I think he's been methodically persecuted by the press But at the Hoarty Brothers bar in Boston, the words for the president were often harsh and unprintable said Bill Copeland, a 53-year-old cook, "I don't know about that impeachment business If you're in a plane and have only one pilot, you don't shoot him through the head In Miami, at the 0 K NEED MALES OTTAWA (CP) Bayne Logan, professor of education at the University of Ottawa, says the primary grades are a traditionally female domain where little boys are uncom- fortable and unmotivated to learn "For the most part, there are no males in the primary school system for lit- tle boys to identify he said. "Maybe we need more men to loosen up things in the primary grades voted for said a Zayas, a secretary, "and until yesterday I was a Cafeteria on Flagler Street, in the center of the Cuban dis- trict called Little Havana, there's disappointment from 100 per cent behind the those who had backed the president But now I m not so president sure HARDLin LENSES For everyone who wears glasses Available in ALL prescriptions These Hardlite lenses are- Shatterproof and backed by a SS 000 warranty against eye injury Half the weight of ordinary glasses Available in a variety of styles, shapes and tints Protective lenses are law in some countries advisable everywhere OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308 ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3609 Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 61 8 3rd Ave. S Phone 328-5447 Upright Vacuum Information The beater bar in an upright helps to keep the air-flow (dirt carrier) constant Without air, cleaning is impossible Very high air flow is sometimes a deterent Proper adjustment of vacuum cleaner height is very important to clean all types of rugs properly HOOVER UPRIGHTS will clean all heights of good quality rugs with proper adjustment SEE FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD 1244 3rd Ave. S. For Vacuums Phone 327-6070 Parts Service HOOVER in 10mm SOOF me Shell I >i >2 coin tomm Cupro Nirko! btaghorn Cowl West Indian I ish coin jmm CuproNlckil Ivinq I tsh M >r I uis Su pr Mill Announcing. The first national coinage of Barbados. The first issue of a nation s coinage is a lare event And an impor tant opportunity for collectois The independent nation of Barbados is about to issue its first coinage This will be the first national coinage in Barbados' 350 year history To mark this historic occasion the Govei nment of Barbados has authorized the minting of a limited number of complete PROOF SETS for collectors The Franklin Mint of the United States world sfoiemost private mint, has been ap pointed official mmter of this coinage These Proof Sets of Barbados' first national coinage are available for only a limited time All orders must be postmarked by November 30. 1973- Barbados Independence Day Eight Coin Denominations There will be eight Barbados coins, ranging in denomination from one cent to ten dollars The com will be minted in solid sterling silver and the com in 800 fine silver The face of each com will bear a finely detailed image characteristic of Barbados-one of the most beautiful countnes in the Caribbean The reverse of each com will carry the official Barbados Coat of Arms Those who have visited Barbados will recognize, on the com. the magnif- icent Shell Fountain m Trafalgar Square. Bridgetown On the 25C piece, the century-old restored Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill On the 5C com. South Point Lighthouse And on the other coins, exquisitely designed symbols of the sea which has blessed this land and people with its bounty How to Acquire a Proof Set Residents of Canada should mail their orders for 1973 Proof Sets directly to The Franklin Mint Canada Ltd 70 Galaxy Blvd Rexdale. Ontano Resi dents of Barbados may order directly from the Central Bank of Barbados The official issue price is 50 per Proof Set There is an absolute limit of 2 Proof Sets per person The total numbci of Proof Sets to be issued will be permanently limited to the number ordered by Barbados Independence Day-November 30. 1973 Orders postmarked after that date must, regret fully, be declined and returned IOC com CuptoNi. TtTIl k, I V H com Intlini SvmM of Birh t OINS SHOWN A( HJAI Official Ordei THE FIRST NATIONAL COINAGE OF BARBADOS Valid only if postmen ked by November 30. 1973 Limit 2 Proof Sets per person Mul in I hi I i inklinMinlO in ul il td HniiU ml K. vHi OnMiioM'M 1Y7 u.ipi .m l..i llmiit tun) complik BARBADOS I WO! si is.it tin (iflKi.ih-.sin prui. of phi- M ]vi MM posMqe mil li mdhnu Ont.mo i.'sidonts pliMso .idd piounc M! sali's MX Mi Mis MlsS Adilnss llv, I'll Mill HI Ml PI ANCT I NCI Obi D s_______________ ;