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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Wednesday, February 28, 1973 Cool find dry Near normal and above normal temperature readings are expected to cover most of the country for March, according to the 30-day weather outlook of the United States Weather Bureau. Precipitation is expected to be moderate, with heavy in British Columbia and portions of Quebec. This is not a specific forecast and changes may occur. Former Gri calls MP traitorous 9 By RICHARD JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA - A working Lib-' eral for more than 30 years, many of them as an executive, Tom Cositt now Conservative MP for the Eastern Ontario riding of Leeds, has described Jiis old party as "traitorous." In a speech Monday during the Budget Debate in the Commons, be said the Liberals had all the morality of a "Judas, prepared to sell what principles it has left for Socialist support in a fantastic display of its belief in its divine right to govern.' Mr. Cositts Liberal traditions go back to the 19th century, when one of his great grandfathers, William H. Corn-stock was elected Liberal MP for the riding 74 years ago. A millionaire insurance executive, Tom Cossitt, an active Liberal for so long on the municipal, provincial and federal levels, left the party last year frith more than half of the riding executive when he became convinced that Prime Minister Trudeau was "destroying this country." From the time Mr. Trudeau took over as Prime Minister, recalled Tom Cositt, the country was "governed by slogans,' dazzled by "false images" and wtimized in the most outrageous political "con game ever perpetrated on Canadians." And with New Democratic support, he warned, the Prime Minister continued leading Can-; ada "down the road lo disaster." For five Trudeau years, he claimed, problems had gone ignored, Parliament downgraded, government by Prime Ministerial fiat imposed and the country subjected to "economic mismanagement and social injustice by bumbling bureaucrats and heartless technocrats of the Trudeau machine." Now the country knows, Mr. Cositt went on, "that it takes more than a phoney image." But because of the Liberal "sell-out' to the NDP, Canadians were still stuck with Mr. Trudeau's "father-knoivs-best-ism," he lamented. To cling to precarious power, he related, the Liberals were "ready to sacrifice any principle, change any policy, jump in any direction and promise anything." In their panic, he recounted, the Liberals were even prepared to "swallow themselves.' As examples he cited: -Treasury Board President Drury agreeing to eliminate some of tlie injustices of bi-lingualism. Health Minister Lalonde hurrying to raise old age pensions. -The prime minister "dashing to London to take tea with Her Majesty.' In a "discovery" that could be compared only to Columbus finding America, quipped Mr. Cositt, the prime minister had 'stumbled across Western Canada and now is daring even to talk of what he calls 'Manitoba power.'' He accused the Liberals of destroying not only themselves as a credible political party, but in trying to "save their own necks in Parliament,' contriving the destruction of Canada as a nation. Courtroom of future built tg SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - A "courtroom of the future" is being built for a Sacramento law school experiment aimed at boosting security, curbing disruptions, aiding news coverage and making the jury's job easier. 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