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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THJ IETHBRIOGE HSWUD Saturday, December 9, 1972 Tories faced with penetrating Quebec By Mauri re Ottawa commentator for FP Preventing alcoholism Tric-iS rasTxir.sfole for ordering an in "liquor prices in Alberta r.Dt do so as a means on com- bs'.tL-.i alcoholism; they do not be- "iere is ET.V link bet-s-een nizh- er Lri'Lior and aicc'colisrrJ In holding such an opin- ion tr.r'-' discount the re- search res'iit- ob'.iir.c-d by the Alco- iioUsrr. ar.l Drug Research Founda- c: Or-'ir.o. per c: ihe Li consurr. has tee-n 'our.4 hv ij-r.daiion. can be for bv t-T.our.i of rr.cr.ey people ve ''.'0 ar.d the pr.ce Ihsy ir.rr.e r.e'jj'.e v :i; rive In view of the fact that alcoholism is the nation's foremost drug prob- lem as wei! as its biggest health ar_d socia! problem even ii thera is doubt about the foundation's find- ings, taking chance on them being is in order. Certainly the ap- pearar.ce tha; the government is a promoter of liquor consumption and a protector or its consumers needs 10 be reduced. A bit of pretence about liquor prices King a means to corn- bat ElcohoiisTi not have betn I; ought to seem outrageous to everyone not the abstainers the cost of almost every- else r.sen steadily, liquor hav-2 not changed since should alone be an U-1 :t comp-rte ss a iteadiiy ir.crisT.rj pr.ced luxury cornrr.o- and'see sifect that h 'he rs'.e of alor.holisrr.. :s ssr.oui aimo't a try. Ii might be discov- ered that the Ontario foundation's OTTAWA It is apparK-.t from hi5 Reslrj speech the prime rr.ir.ii'.er hi' Li try; a sige remarkably r.irJlir Vi smrxj'jr.ciid ear'Jer Ly Kor.'Prr' Each of the ps.r'.ia; laces 5 grave trees', of virtual exclusion from region o: C-r-aria. The pnrr.ary in the cLtcrior: of re- sporjs-j. Mr. he Tr.us'., is 'acir.g ar.d th-5 rncrvyi bv fac- isg East. vrhile >.t. SurJisM has Ihs m'jch bettor in pop l re- been bv He of t', than V.'.'h pOV.'tT g'fA are E-vr.iiti'.-e to ir-' charges. .cal Tr.i L5 Mr. oppxirtun- rX: U to ord clear -y s it a Irxi ve .Mr. s pro'oltjrj L; jgaifE were difficult. Tive rii In 1311 an alliaixre of the NaAioa- aHits a.'-.d combirjjd to yield 27 i-tats; in the -Adrld depressiorj, LT? the textile ajyl csuv fanner resenlmeiA fc'jtVer in; ports, W Quc- fcex- to Lte pa rty E jt In case the d at the the irnu.i a.vj r i prairies is a rece-.t pl-.e- ao1, are by swws Ls a massive Idea'i- rr.er.or.: i' JO'TTJ tr.e fact that '.te Ojr-sffrvatives, fication Tith OM Critical party, o.vxTlpU'jt. hive carried rxlc 7 c: _. ster.baier. D-jrl-a the La'-- era. th-e West iiEusIIy Sfycial Credit tffxz.i a pary Prior '.o Mr. rr.ir.: to party has rr.ufb thft -tr? c-sses of 1911 the in th4 1-1915 period elects a rnin- .71 of VJ hers in once sea'j. In o! 10 (jkictiwa, eicealfed W. Tre rffidaJ rt3 in the Parlla- Aao' rfiay ftp, H.IOS Jer.U" were often Utenlx ____ ___' hid of this very locg record e'.ecttd, rejoiierf tio la IW'J thre Tra? a chaijge In lea basj 'X reprfewsi'-ation b vrj'Jig habile. Mr. St. W seats, tM 2. T'wre was, as u'.-isl, a q'joti of "izyitpeorf- 7 r.e e in 1K3 -sra M to 4. broken at rare ____ aid itself. It 1 years, has so Etrorg that it hsa .ve often Ur.ti! '.he elettion other being trj this Sftttkg office, Q'ie- tec elecurf ES aiyj Support drama group hsve turr.ed up !or the three-night engage-- .....nre v, Satur -vV.l excosu.-e beneficial had been prepared for SCO. all- But :s IT. possible far av.ay Slr.ce audier.cs reaction is such a fields r..ll ?reener and some- major st.rr.uJ.is in the !ife of any bud- at hand becom.es com- ding actor, the fact it so r.otice- i_dn ei-'j'j-u uj '.t.r; i accept the fact tha: only 74 people It ;s to be looped they do. Christmas lighting rt to hli of his party's proo- Uir., t.vi-rs that ?A o.- of tfK r'.r.! r.iira'.le of 1K3. At tost Mnvs radial Cczeen-ativta r s d '.-js o LI i- t'-e i.'ri-ji: party kai L- 'Jvi L-JKM.-I cf Pierre 'X the It of ;tt to fs'.- tha'. ir.-. favcc; to gwerr- iftaict for oktrl'.Vi mn-Zz to uoe S for Vvr-i'. ha? r'.1" ll ivj _, _ dr.ve tne c-.-v ;o eaten ti-.e of a 3 de.-i tr, it.-inf up their annual ezter- Scrocje by a iWeam ior decofaiior.s. Color schemes be- Lecorrilr.? Tl-ty Tim's cor.-.e a conversation piece. Color tor Trho cai! Chrl.5t- are utilized Ln an attempt to rnas 'r.U-T.h'js1 co'Jd e-ateh the same accomplish something different in spirit if th'.S' were exposed to its cuvioor A mature of deep beauty. blue and cranberry promises to be Yy.etide dec.oratLr.g in popular This year judging from com- Is- largely dependent on persons! ir.i- binatior.3 already exhibited. uative. "oere no ot'.y wide effort Merchants arji ci'.y fathers ir.to ever.one er.couraged to join the act as Iocs! businessmen decor- in the Ma.'.y c.tles hive rlhn-.t- their and city streets lighting sparkle with Treatha, candles and or fra'.emal organlzat.on; offer- colored lights transforming an other- ing prizes for the. best lighted home drab Trinter into something and premises. The beautiful creation on the local ohi.r.her of com.'.'.eroe slopir.g grounds of Slck'3 dent, praises the idea as a good one its lighted manger scsne, and a v.jl in? Oiristrfiai trees snd illuminated initiated. certairily pro- Yuletide fibres is a prime ezarnnie vide Meditotior Waiting t7ie Advent f-very'.r.e U for w tirr.er1. V; 5li "r.Sc sr.d rr.esr.- the o? y> Many 'jj oid for the H-3 r.esver, sr.d do Life> of Jerviq. Ir, rJs little had lov, r.oK ir. retini of on si! H.3 ir. Lrr-ft. T-J; ahsiity fajjr.g New international agreement needed 87- V 't '-rxisf- Ev Ti-.r- Iv.'xxJ. to a-' tl'ji'. ar: f'x" a L' a tar- I' j-y, jars for It hard Vj thai j F.UJ- to .--i TrVxjaT isid, 'iev; l-i.5 ;n ".-ally v.v. tl-x; rj> ;-j otjy the Erxial a.v] the Bri> yjl 'Jai ar. L'.h tiv; CaTiSiia 'T.'.ior.al a'. f--'A or.iy to 'Jt tj. dis- 5-. '.-.ft at 11 L-ariiig Ar.y Mr-oe 'MUTS ar.- ivjiiori ir.-y> o: 4 trad'i the prce- of at Of tr.e a. -..a.-'; Ir-Sfx.; r% pil-a.- for re tjja.ifA greater .'07 s or. Viitsrf C', i r v a t: 7 e Isais- very ri? a! tev BERfUf'S WOULD r.o of .Va> j W.-ry, r( It jsr, t hivvww, and MESSAGE PARLOR a par cvivin.'1 t-'y a f Vj rxb a -'art !ri a 'f.'rr.TSA i tr.ijir hv. ;'j> on ___________________K..-. r-i.-.y i 3! The Lethbrldge Herald r- HERALb TO. sr.d hy T, A. ___ _ 50' rx, ,-V1 f t-i'VJ! E.i T THE HERALD THE SOUTH" ;