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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press wednesday november 4, 1970 will Star Paul Newman Joanne Wood end Anthony Perkins Are x stars in Susa a movie about behind the scenes politics in a radio station. Strengthens Homes Israel is spending million to strengthen Homes against Shell blasts in 26 settlements along the uneasy lebanese Bor Der. The Manitoba housing it renewal corporation housing developments Call for proposals the metropolitan area of greater Winnipeg the Manitoba housing and renewal corporation wishes to provide dwelling units for families of Low income within the metropolitan area of greater Winnipeg. The object of the Call for proposals is to find competent organizations that can provide comprehensive managerial control of All aspects of a housing development from the provision of suitable land to the completion of construction within a stipulated budget. Proponents wishing to submit proposals will be required to show proof of ability to undertake the work. The proponent must be prepared to provide the necessary consultants in order to comply with the various standards and code requirements. The proponent must also be Able to provide the site or Sites and propose suitable developments to be erected thereon. Developments May be for any number of units from 10 to 100 and May be on a single site or scattered Sites. The lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. Proposals will be received not later than the 18th Day of novem ber 1970 and proponents interested in More details regarding the proposal Call sh6uld direct inquiries to m. L. Jeroff . Director of housing development Manitoba homing and renewal corporation 136 Tuxedo Boulevard. Winnipeg 29, Manitoba phone 204 888-7760. How candidates fared John Tunney Adlai Stevenson Democrat winners democrats hold majority comi Lii although the democrats picked off republicans in Illi n o i s and California vice president Spiro Agnew said Nixon will have a working majority in the refer ring to expected support from conservative Southern democrats. There were 35 Senate seats up for election tuesday and the same number of governorships. The entire House of representatives is elected every two years with one third of the Senate elected to six year terms in each election. The presidential election comes every four years. Latest reports Early today in d i c a t e d the democrats had elected 21 senators the republicans nine. Two independents also won. The republicans were leading in two seats and a Democrat in one. The count was 57-43 for the democrats in the last Senate. Since the democrats had 32 members in the Senate not up rat tumor for re election their victories tuesday assured them of continued Senate control. In the House the democrats had elected 231 and the republicans 159 with 45 seats undecided. The Las House had 243 democrats and 188 republicans. But the democrats made their strongest surge in the state House elections where the democrats showed a net gain of at least nine governorships. The democratic victories included three of the biggest Ohio Pennsylvania and Florida what seemed a certain reversal of the re publican party s heavy pre election dominance of 32 of 50 state houses. It was the ninth consecutive election in which the democrats won control of both the Senate and the House but the first election since the 1964 Lyndon b. Johnson landslide in by the Canadian press How prominent candidate fared in tuesday s unite states election Reubin Askew Defeated Claude Kirk right win Republican seeking re election As governor of Florida. Pres ident Nixon and vice presiden Spiro Agnew had campaigned for Kirk. Lloyd Bentsen won Senate seat from Texas defeat ing Republican George Bush for whom president Nixon am vice president Agnew had campaigned personally. Both candidates Are Houston million Aires describing themselves a conservative. William e. Brock rep Defeated Albert Gore 62, Veter an Liberal Democrat from ten Nessee who had been in the Senate since 1953. Brock who received help in the election from president Nixon and vice president Agnew won a hard fought contest. James l. Buckley conserva Tive Defeated incumbent re publican Charles e. Goodell and Democrat Richard it Tinger. Although running against a Republican. Buckley won support from the White House for his vigorous backing of president Nixon s policies. Buckley is brother of noted conservative writer William f. Buckley. Dale bumpers Defeated Winthrop Rockefeller As governor of Arkansas which they took a the state houses. R majority of the issues were difficult to separate on a National basis and there was Little evidence of a major swing in either direction by the voters. Although the republicans appeared to capitalize on a right Wing swing in. Elected several Liberal candidates in others. It appeared the traditional economic appeals of the democrats worked Well against the Strong Law and order Campaign which Nixon and Agnew waged on an unprecedented level for an off term election. And in Many state wide races local races dominated the Battle. Two influential democrats in the Senate Albert Gore in ten Nessee and Joseph Tydings of Maryland were Defeated. But the democrats had three of their biggest names Back in the Senate and Well in Contention for the 1972 presidential Nomin Humphrey i n Minnesota Edward Kennedy in Massachusetts and Edmund music of Maine. The biggest republicans among Pic governors Ronald Reagan of California and Nel son Rockefeller of new York swept Back into office easily in the two largest states. But elsewhere the republicans fared poorly in the races for state houses. Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller of Arkansas and Claude Kirk of Florida were unseated by dam j of crafts Dale bumpers and ecu bin Asker. Democrat Patrick Lucey ended six years of re publican Rule in Wisconsin and Winthrop whose brother Nelson won an unprecedented fourth four year term As governor of new York was seeking his third two year term. Harry f. Byrd who held a Virginia seat in the Senate As a Democrat last term retained the seat As an Independent. He declined to run As a Democrat in a dispute Over his party s loyalty oath and became the first third party senator since 1940. Emanual Celler won his 25th term in the House of representatives in new York. The 82-year-old Celler is chair Man of the House judiciary committee. Philip Hart won a third term As senator in Michi Gan defeating Lenore Romney Fil wife of George Romney president Nixon s housing Secretary. Hart 57, is a prominent Liberal. Louise Day Hicks dem 51 year old Boston grandmother who achieved Fame As a foe of busing of students to achieve racial balance in schools won a Massachusetts seat in the House of representative. Hubert h. Humphrey was elected to the Senate from Minnesota. After serving As senator from 1948-64, he was vice president under Lyndon b. Johnson and was Defeated by president Nixon in the 1968 j presidential election. He takes o or the seat vacated by Eugene Mccarthy. Edward m. Kennedy member of the famous Ken Nedy family who has been mentioned As a future candidate for the presidency easily retained his Senate seat in Massachusetts. Mike Mansfield re elected senator from Montana has served As majority Leader in the Senate since 1961. A Stu Dious quiet spoken former political science professor he was a Ive term congressman before being elected to the Senate in 1952. . Gilligan won democrats in Ohio. Although presidents generally stand aloof from the mid term election campaigns Nixon 126 Koda color instamatic films Only leave All your films with us for Quality photofinishing plus the new 3 print service for instamatic Koda color films fast efficient service satisfaction finest Quality prints guaranteed broke tradition by becoming deeply involved in the Republican Effort. Nixon campaigned in 23 states and Agnew in 32 but their efforts succeeded in Only a handful of Senate races j the High Points came in ten Nessee and connect icel where republicans took both Gover i worships and Senate seats and i in new York where conserva j Tive James l. Buckley pm braced by the White House. Defeated Republican and demo crat opponents. Buckley s election Over his two Liberal rivals was noted by Agnew in a Post election slate ment in which he said there i had been a philosophical shift toward the administration despite the slim Republican gains. Although Buckley Defeated a Republican the administration counts on his support and in Texas a conservative demo crat took Over a seat formerly i j held by a Liberal which will probably mean a net gain for the administration on most issues. But against these conserva Tive there were Vic tories for liberals As a Cluj. In California. John v. Tun Noy. Of former heavyweight boxing Champion ice to Nancy. Knocked out Republican senator George Murphy. And in Illinois. Adlai e. Steven son i. Son of a two time democratic presidential nominee and ambassador to the muted nations Defeated repo Kaffl senator Ralpf Trier Smitti. For the i Edmund s. Muskie Dino. Candidate for vice president in the last . Election and considered a possibility to seek the presidency in 1972. Was re elected to the Senate in Maine. At a glance by the Canadian press at . Est Senate for 35 it in seats democrats elected 21 holdovers 53. Democrats leading 1. Republicans elected 11 holdovers 44. Republicans leading 0. Conservatives elected 1. Independents elected 1. Gains dem. 2 rep. 4 others 2. House All 435 seats dem. Elected 252 rep. Elected 177 doubtful 6 gains dem. 16 rep. 3. Governors 35 to face elected dem. Elected 19 leading 3. Rep. Elected 12 leading 1. Memorial service for Hubble Sel a memorial service for the late or. Filmer e. Howe. A Winnipeg Etc Rich musician. Be Bem m St Stephen s Broad Way United on sen Foy nov. 15 to Marfice the Awn ver and to Way. Toeg sary

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