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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WednewJay, August 14, 1974 British parties gird for another election By KEVIN DOYLE LONDON (CP) Less than six months after a chff- hanging general election, British politicians are hurriedly girding themselves foi another electoral battle expected before the end of the year Labor Prime Minister Harold Wilson now concedes his minority government is encountering difficulties in dealing effectively with the huge economic problems fac- ing the country "You cannot run a strong government on that basis (without a he says Conservative leader Edward Heath has sounded the alarm among his follwers and urged them to use the parliamentary summer recess to ready themselves for an autumn poll Jeremy Thorpe has ordered his small band of Liberals to 'start campaigning as you've never campaigned before be- cause the test is coming soon WILSON Wilson has already arrang- ed for a private office to be set up in 10 Downing Street his official residence, tor Lord Lovell-Davis. a public relations expert who serves as his chief campaign adviser MADE COMEBACK TheFeb 28 election held in a crisis atmosphere during a HEATH national coalmmers' strike and a serious energy shortage, toppled the Tory government from office and returned Wilson and Labor from the op- position benches they had oc- cupied since losing to Heath in 1970 But it robbed the two main parties of a majority and left The best to you from Palm. Old Fashioned Ice Cream. PALM DAIRIES L1MITEL Speaker James Jerome Sudbury) is to be nomi- nated Speaker of the House of Commons by Prime Minister Trudeau when Parliament con- venes Sept 30. Mr. Jerome is shown in his office m Ottawa B.C. experiments with films New law school wrinkle VANCOUVER (CP) The rape trial of Jim Brown was delayed while Crown prose- cutor Jessie MacNeil rushed around the courtroom looking for a comb "Isn't this incredible'" she when someone finally handed her one "Lawyers are getting vain Miss MacNeil had an ex- cuse All around her students from the University ot British PRICES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 15-17.1974. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES WIENERS Maytair Sliced ROUND STEAK "RUMPROAST 1 PORK SPARERIBS Ib89' BOLOGNA ByTh'Pi-ce Miracle DAIRY COUNTER CHEESE SLICES 55 KRAFT PAST PRO SINGLES 8 OZ NET WT ROUND CHEESE 139 I KRAFT MIDGET PAST PROC 5 VAR 16 O2 PKG Cream ASPARAGUS 3 ORANGE JUICE SSW 2 CANNED CHICKENKK I79 WHITE VINEGAR SANDWICH SPREAD FROZEN FOODS TOPPING 8 oz. net wt. Sib Mlwt SPLENDOR READY CUT Macaroni or Spaghetti CHEESE PIZZA 99' BATHROOM TISSUE MSS8? FABRIC SOFTENER SSVT DIAPERS I55 LEMONADE Top Pink or Clear, 6 or net wt......... BROOK PARK Chicken, Beef or Turkey DINNERS 11oz. netwt. 1 Gallon Plastic Pail 4 69' GRAPES Green Seedless, Ib ORANGES South African Navel 88's LETTUCE Canada No 1 Ib SCOTT Assorted Colors Towels Canada No 1 SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S Finest Quality Meats Cut to Your 642 13th Street North Store Hour, Monday, phone 328.5742 p.m. Columbia were setting up mi- crophones fussing with vi- deotape equipment and re- hearsing testimony The trial wasn't really a trial but a stage play de- signed as instruction for law students Co-ordmator Eric Kagna ex- plained the program, con- ducted with a grant from the provincial attorney- general's justice development commission "What we re doing is mak- ing instructional films for use in the law schools and even in high schools that have law courses he said There s a definite need for this kind of thing It puts into practice all the theory we've learned in law school And since we can't take cameras into actual court proceedings, we have to stage and film the trials ourselves Mr Kagna plans to produce at least six trials oefore Sep- tember, ranging from divorce to robberv He said he hopes the university can establish a library of hundreds of films for use by students Only by watching estab- lished this case Miss MacNeil, defence lawyer HAD Oliver and provincial court Judge Nick students nar- row the gap between theory and practice, he said 'Don't kid yourself, both sides defence and prose- cution are really fighting to win their said Mr Kagna The rape trial of Jim Brown was an example The case centred on Betty O'Hara played by first-year law student Cathy Bruce, who testified she had been raped j by Brown after accompanying him July 1 to the duck pond at Stanley Park to watch the sun rise at 6 a m She testified that she and Brown, played by first-year law student Jonathan Rubens- tem were only casual friends and had never been sexually intimate She said when the rape oc- curred she had been bruised and her clothing ripped Her testimony was partly corroborated by newspaper delivery boy Sam Riley, 11, who said he saw Miss O'Hara run from the duck pond with her clothing ripped as he was on his way to collect his pa- pers Mr Oliver noted that news- papers don't publish July 1, the Dominion Day holiday Brown testified that Miss O Kara had been a willing partner who only accused him of rape when she found out he was married Evidence by a policeman that Brown had told him he had perhaps been "going too far" with Miss O'Hara was ruled inadmissible when it was disclosed that Brown hadn't been permitted to call a lawyer first Summarizing the case, Judge Mussallem declared that although Brown had lied on at least one point in his testimony, the Crown had not proved him guilty of rape be- yond a doubt He dismissed the case The cameras stopped grind- ing and the audience ap- plauded Then Miss Bruce broke the mood, dropping the O'Hara characterization "OK, Stanley Park she said with a grin, hugging Mr Rubenstein. THORPE a grab-bag of Nationalist MPs, Independents and Liberals wielding the balance of power, an unexpected bonus which they have used on numerous occasions alliance with the inflict humiliating defeats on Labor Current standings in the 635- seat Commons Labor 298, Conservative 295, Liberal 15 Ulster Unionist 11, Indepen- dent 3, Scottish Nationalist 7, Welsh Nationalist 2, Speaker and deputies 3, vacant 1 Speculation now centres on what date Wilson will choose for an autumn vote rather than on whether there will be an election before Christmas Most pundits favor a date ei- ther early in October, which would force cancellation of the major annual party- conferences which are held then, or at the end of the month when enthusiasm is still running high after the meetings Opinion polls differ con- siderably on their estimates ol party strength but an average of all the major organizations involved indicates Labor has a lead over the Tories of about six per cent, enough to give the party its desired majority Wilson now is busily water- ing down some of the more radical proposals for nationalization and related matters put forward by Labor s left-wing in an ap- parent attempt to soothe the fears of moderates and strengthen his lead as quickly as possible Thorpe has revived the idea of a coalition government of Liberals, Tories and Labor to deal with the country s prob- lems if no party gains a ma- jority A number of Conser- vatives have been talking to hardline Protestant MPs from Ulster in a bid to get a pledge of support for any future minontv Tory government Wilson has ridiculed both ideas and s he would prefer to see a strong Conservative government take office rather than a 'pussyfooting coalition that would agree about nothing except things that are not adequate for the task Meanwhile, the prime minister has expressed concern at a number of radical right-wing movements which have sprung up recently with the general objective of taking over the government if this winter should produce a repetition of last year's in dustnal strife Argentine leader given free hand to revamp cabinet BUENOS AIRES (Reuter) Argentine President Maria Estela Peron accepted Tues- day the resignation of Educa- tion Minister Jorge Taiana in what appeared to be the first move in an expected reshuffle of her eight-man cabinet It was the first cabinet change since the death of President Juan Peron six weeks ago Interior Minister Bemto Llambi disclosed Monday that all eight ministers handed in their resignations to Mrs Peron a week ago to give her a free hand in the reshuffle The minister told reporters that he and his colleagues were still awaiting Mrs Peron's decision Although his words were tape recorded by reporters and carried by the national news agency, Telam, the interior ministry later denied that Llambi made any such statement But the acceptance of Taiana's resignation gave weight to Llambi's words and appeared to confirm reports during the last 10 days of an imminent reshuffle Meanwhile soldiers and po- lice were engaged in one of the biggest-ever operations against left-wing guerrillas who staged raids on military installations during the weekend The government reported 15 guerrillas killed in action Monday An estimated 20 guerrillas have been captured since Sun dav The anti-guerrilla operation centred on Catamarca, a sparsely-populated province at the foot of the Andes Roadblocks were set up in all central and northwestern provinces following the guerrilla raids the first major attacks against military in- stallations since January The Rogers9 Prize- winners are here. Fifty delicious prize winning recipes of the more than entered m Rogers' Recipe Contest have now been assembled in a new cook booklet that's yours FREE for the asking Just send your name and address to THE PRIZE WINNERS Rogers' Recipes, P 0 Box 2150, B C V6B 3V2 Here's a sample from that new collection of bright ideas using Rogers Golden Syrup You I! find everything from Fruit Flip drink to Do Ahead Beef Stew among The Prize Winners Fruited Oat Muffins c. chopped seedless raisins 1A c chopped candied mixed peel 1 c all purpose floui 2 tsp baking powder tsp salt 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1 c rolled oats MC margarine V' c lightly packed brown sugar 2 tbsp Rogers' Golden Syrup 1 egg c buttermilk or sour milk tsp vanilla Combine raisins and peel Combine next five ingredients Stir in raisin mixture until coated with flour Cream margarine, gradually blend m brown sugar, Rogers' Golden Syrup and egg Combine remaining ingredients, add to creamed mixture alternately with flour until lightly blended. Fill greased muffin cups two-thirds full Bake at for 20 to 25 minutes Makes about 1 dozen. ;