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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE lETHBRiDGE HERALD Friday, januery 5. 1973 Liberals shifting to kft tt'hiit were ihe lemons or the elector.. -ir.d how well did the govern- iheni? Thursday's Speech troiy. the Throne provides a partial The TiTi'.-le.v.t iC'Vernnieni is shiit- ir.c tj the leit. in defersr.ce. to'ihe XDr. perhaps" teeling thai is where. public opinion is movtr.j. Tr.e votins. en October L'O was r.oi a r.ctahle triumph ior che tu: or. the other hir.o. even '.he 5ervai_ves were ir ihe lite Lic- consul: and listen and explain. The Speech irom tie Throne is loaded with fei'ere.ices to such consultation, with the provinces. The program foretold by :he Speech :i vast and deep dras- tic reforms in the social security tr.e.imres on foreign owner- ship, scrutiny oi the growing cost of Lv.r.g. and so on. Sre-cch paid a cood deal of The wt'h the four west- err. -i! cr. "eco- [he undoubtedly c.irnes partly the inind ot Hon. James Rich- i r'ron-; ihe LethbritUe con- prairie unity a; which he was the iM.-.oie speaker. On the rva.ri neve concern is net ir.-.rr.ced :o be a on ever." ar.d nereiy r.'.e a ia'.v 10 cover A: ;he sanie i: Congressional confrontation around her? of Cie Senate and House c: Rep resentanves are '.aiimj e: ccnircn: IT.; ihe sresidrn; ihe issue c: ih li-'uis cf his power. President Nuon ha; irr-taied eve: some ci his r.i'.hen-? IIITII suppcner t" :he in wr-ch -e ih terrorist 01 ie' hue House. comrr-ancer-in-cr_ie: c: tee nation armed forces. issue an order the rssrampticn c: ccrrbLii. "-'-V.a displeases _ie ser.aiors and men is :na: no made t, enlighten then c: the reason ih decision, let alone ccnsiil: the: leaders prior to niaiing This is, iust latest in a serie of slights given the Congress. Anien ercisri is ino'.m as execvir.v. priwdege. the right to transact ce .Viion has exerc.sec this nzht to th: i? the only one e issve. ART BUCHWALD peace prize "The ?eace :o ird ihr'.Lgr. bozzcuzg arc he sr-Jtild be zczorecl :ir i: achieve Mice irougz borzbizg ior four relieves the only solutiou :o peace is des- u-'iyzzb the oczer sice w? be the laugruzgstiTCi: of the T.crld." "VT-ai d-its the N'iitor has T.iai is re: for ilv's corjzhiee 10 de- ciie. Mr rresirer' year; zo'-. tze znze to re-oz.e T.ZO Prize cctrutnirtee win corze to orcer. We wtii now start esamiii-.g iis.; cf cazdi- dates. Who is first, it. "Richard JI. Nrsoa. Eis name ru-s t-een submitted by V.S Sec. Huujh Scor-." "We can't have Ninon. DOC af'er zhe bombing attacks he orclereo on North. Viec- last weei.'7 cODcraire, Mr. T thunk Richard Msoc is a very suitable candidate stoc the znv tine the for peace prize. Ee tne Nor.h fff come ro :he re-go-uaulzg B-52 from the Hated Stales' azsezal of tacle azci agree :o a fair and ;usi weapoLS." cf ire -s-ir. I a maz talis is he doing ir.u: -.-.ay has gci-e ihe estza mils ''He is having them shot uc-zt the a ;r- rate they are going, they all is thrge norths Whs: can oce toward "It's out of ihe ri..s. :u: have had r: effect :n a-v-bc-r-'. has boir.bec hoepimlj and schc-ilu-azd iille-i 7hi_; :ime we ha-.e a cazcidaie has thousirc. the that an annual price increase of four to five per ceir. ccuid be tolerated indofinitely. or at least for a long time, as a new and normal way of life. Even more incred- ible, i: siiii makes the same as- sumption azd calmly expects aro-her price increase at about ire same rale in ibe rezjer pause and consider what this assump- tion rerHly means if it is taken seriously. Ir means that in a vxirkizg lifetime cf. say. 45 years, the Canadian currency will ie worthless, every bond, life policy and fixed per.sior: v.-pe-j out. the en- tire Canadian economy cle- 0: course -o pvemuaeit is fcoush er.cuch to tasie rcoh a pro-spec! serli'usly. SomethLng v-ill run or so the JE- cav.-bers oi vaguely hor-o. :o suve us o-n the brink cf abyss But :re clear fact emrzvzt h.aus r? rlan to halt in- flation, and renter have the op- pttsl'-lc-r. ?-arlies. So as the go-.-emimezi's lite hangs on a cheswi siring sr-.-lng to cu: no cne'is likely pr.cs rrohlem. Ir terzzs o: elec- ictrl votes anv decisive sie? is c o: as; se-es it. The rivemme r: is srhi cecer- ror.rrols. came to oince b-ut theci again migr: a> prorusecl 'ax re-duciions would cezzanus. sr.d u he believes this nssruczr-tloK he will beue-.-p iny. "ll's the ghost of Christmas past the bank manager about our Hiding unemployment lessens strain By Westell, Tcrpato corsmeniator w2Ce-V -I quite rirXly. is rot toM. iz a centre arc ri lut .coi as far a> zosszh-e to i _ 1 _ze wan-tec 10 -..-r o.. i_ors in the labor force edre. uS? budgoi ireviiably is actually declined from per a pclinca. mire mar Crzt to 76.1 per cent. Efbablv emazcai dxumem it must because yscnzKers were sav. rec electoral voles more m" school and cc-1- tzar co-zse-n-j-erices. ;cb and lost they r-ecazzi uz- e-d by "ff Of these. employee So while the day- verc -vzzez and Si.i'O) were care centres r-le. ar-f Ozlv es were "I? if r -re But true rtar-czrc-oi ...e EOT- 11 M er-rnrzi's s-.lrzun pre-election cuzizt t- 5 per ceci. rjrvnsiruhiy that is the summer. Ihe le-feral lu m-ths. Tbere wre izezt amon: those f e.mznent surtec ire ities For izeyiur.. a loial of But ie ru: they fevi V "liie -ezs bad cualified. afien eiuh--ee- .V" to camrV-z arauzs; -ie izseac of -_ uzenzloym-: '.v-z .1 .-rly because ri this :he cazd.iaies in :z- r-_-.-" more nizvy "in ie ten, Mb And- 07V f" furally drive uluziate -f o i: :o _... inTux .v o'civ- of rv.-.'e ---e fr- w-J z--.; '.-e ;e-.v ---e ri.ii m.-e and in the net nave to co c-.rr.m-. r zosiy must be Hie Uthbridge Herald L'.lhxe I :1 -T wasn't displeased this bit of na.-r- e' I sco a vcurJ, t clisfs if kigh en diet fillsl" ...-.i i: e ;U x( A.l'...< ir 'IT' LE7HBRIDGE KLP.AID LTD. and Fuel v rk Tro b-: :ho r P.r labor force bcreosod by s' .r: i t: THE H1RAID SERVES THE SOUTH ;