Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THf IflHSKIOGE HER.S.ID Thj-sdav January IS. "Intellectual socialists' Horner attacks Trudeau, Lang By I'AL'L JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAlV.'i Albprta MP Jack Horner Tuesday accused Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau mid Justice Minister of being "inlelleclual socialists who insist on treating Western senting their constituents the i Speech from the Throne pro. party never amount lo any-' posed a federal-provincial con- on Canadians as if they were chil- dren. -__ _ -__-- Speaking in tha Throne; thing in the four provinces. Ference on Western economic speech debate, Mr. Ilorner: The Liberals currently hold i opportunities, commeJils made warned the Lib-: only seven of Western Canada's by the prime minister and his erals that unless thev .start Us-! 68 rfederal seats. The Progres- cabinet ministers during the de- lening lo Western "Canadians sive Conservatives hold 42, and bale showed the Liberals have and unless Western Canadian i the N'ew Democrats 19. Liberal MPs start really repre-' Mr. Horner said although the I U.S. droftdodgers remain eligible for youth grants Coat tail clinkers of Ai'ss Cr-'3 FL'b re! rcgettar during a luncheon rink next to their ?chccl recency. JIP Alf Hales, caTe Tuesday in the Commons from the new Slate Secretary, Hugh Faulkner. Anyone who is legally admit- Zenith presents the complete color TV: Ey RICHARD JACKSON ted to he told the Herald Ottawa Bureau .Commons, "is eligible rerard- of whether the OTTAWA American draft-; I'nited States as a drait-dodger dodgers remain eligible for Op- or not.'1 portunities for Youth grants. What bothers Mr. Hales. ;s, Tbe confirmation, m answer as he puts it. "just how many question from Wellington of the estimated 100.000 Ameri- can draft-dodgers the govern- ment admitted to Canada, are Boing lo get into lhat 535 million OFY program and for how- Triggering his question was the case in his home city of Guelph wtere, for two succes- sive years, an American draft- dodger "ripped off" the OFY fund for "about The first year, related Mr. Hales, "this draft-dodger got S9.000 from the OFY fund to run what be called a 'health store.' "Mostly, he sold beans, buy- ing them in 100-pound sacks and retailing them in small bags. operated in the Itaian SUPER Complete with: One-button tuning 100% solid-state chassis A full year warranty Plus the brightest, sharpest, giant-screen, with 25'screen. Also available in a wide seJection of ottier fine furniture styles. picture in history. Now the famous Criromacolor picture is even brighter, even sharper. 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The pic- lure lube is warranted for 2 years from dale of purchase. Labor lo install the reolacement tube is covered during first year of warranty. Warranty does not coversel adjustment of customer controls, and instaJla- tion or repair of antenna systems At Zenith, the qualify goes in f fie name goes on3 section of town, because he es- plained. people from Italy eat _ lots of beans. The Italians were I if necessary. furious, because they are in- i "If he is, then listen for an the OFY for "more beans." When the then State Secre- tary. Gerard PeUetier asked MPs lo deliver OFY cheques to "projects" in their ridings, Mr. Hales took a second hard look at the 'health store' and brought back the cheque to Ot- tawa, having refused to deliver ii "The Stale Secretary." he re- lated, "then mailed it back tt the bean store.'' Also bothering Mr. Hales was the "sloppy bookkeeping" by this OFY operation at Guelph. "I have it in writing from the Audit Bureau of tbe Supply and Services said Mr. Hales, "that the books of the bean store were beyond com- prehension. "But I suppose, with the way Mr. Faulkner feels about Amer- ican draft-dodgers, the same fugitive from U.S. militarv Eorvice. will be back in the bean business, somewhere in my riding, under another dusirious and and proud of deeply re- serr.ed the young .American's implication that they were in i need ar.d would accept subsi- I diied help." Nt. Hales at the time raised the case in the Commons, and was "astounded" last year to j discover that the same draft- dodger, under another name. explosion both in the House of Commons and t be Public Ac- counts Committee when it gets going again." Mr. Hales has been chairman of the Committee for several successive sessions, in bot pur- suit of waste and extravagence uncovered annually in the fed- eral government operation by Auditor General Maiwell Hen- had no change of heart and have not learned anything about the West since the Oct. 30 fed- eral election. The Albena MP commented that Mr. Trudeau has recently stated that Hie Liberal govern- ment's policies prior to the elec- tion were good but the salesmen were poor. "Now they are bringing in better salesmen lo sell the pol- icies that they believe are good. They don't realize that the West did 'not object to the salesmen, although tne salesmen were poor, the West objected to the policies He said some of the policies that infuriated the West were capital eains tax legislation which made it difficult for fanners lo hand down their land lo the nest generation, leg- islation lo farm mar- keting control boards, the Inventory for To- morrow the abortive grains stabilization bill. Mr. Homer pointed out fast a year or so after the LIFT pro- gram forced farmers to cut baci drastically on wheat pro- duction, the 'Canada Wbeat Board is mailing out appeals to farmers telling them that every available bushel is needed lo meet export commitments. He indicated that because of shortsightedness the liberals had thrown away the chance to sell hundreds of millions of ex- tra bushels of wheat overseas. The markets are there, but LIFT prevailed the farmers from prow-Ing the grain for viiich they are now crying out. Mr. Horner took a vigorous swipe at former Alberta cabinet ministers Pat Mahoaey, de- feated in Calgary South by oil- raan Peter Eawden, and Bud Olson, defeated in Medicine Hat cattleman Bert Hargrave. SMITH'S COIOR T v i APPLIANCES trD. 236 Ulh Sir. 11 Norlh LETHBRIDCE, ALIA. PHONE SMITHS COtOR T.V. i APPtlANCES LTD. COAIDALE AITA PHONE RADIO 4 T.V. CENTRE BIAIRMORE. AITA. PHONE THORNTON AND SONS FURNITURE STORE FORT MACIEOD. ClARESHOLM PIHCHER CREEK. 'Titan. T.V. SALES a SERVICE 521 MAIN ST. N. MILK RIVER, AITA. PHONE 647.355J had got another SIO.OOO from CaCt.tiTwIl JJdii jnutrjaiv-'He ssid they had betrayed double crossed their con Furniture inamif Mahoaey. the formes Minister oi State, steered leaslation throng! industry in booru Commoasr The leeisladoii wss bard on Alberta's oil. gas and other resources tcdustries. TORONTO fCPi OLiada'5 mske in the production ins-dlted furniture manufacturing u> n ery people who ser.t him to Ot 1 dustry is in the middle of a Mr. Veiiieus. o! Henri It is no wonder he did not i booni period and is having lieres Inc. of Nicollet, back .Any member of this trouble filling domestic de- said that although the who forgets the people maud, says tbe president of the in imports is significant seat him here should not Canadian Council o[ Furniture amounts to only five per i come back." declared Mr. Manufacturers. cent of the total Canadian Roger VeiHetrs estimates Lhat former Alberta MP ww catch up with orders" Lf furni- oy a :ri- landslide. i rure plants could t i double in size umriediatelv. In Toronto for the opening cf Olson, before Oct. 50th agriculture minister, tried to pi Ic: the farm markeang boart an indu5tr.--sponio.-ed show through the Corn f-jmshincs coverim; a 450.0W- square-foot display' centre, he another policy most Al bertana exposed. said factory shipments baodsbakx Is a haodsbato grow In the nest five yean to more than si billion acnuaQv en rr from SS76 million b The current high demand has pulled the Canadian industry 'AF1 A i out of a downturn tha: struck ia recorted TuescUv that 1969-70. It has been so that a a man's word is cosaiercc rcod ia Western Canada. Tha people do DM like Eorceoce who is respected pf doublecrossing LVrn so Lhe former agricultiire minir.er was faic furniture imports have had pesticide, changes in relight to a stable substance hs; Is 23 times more toiic than he original was also highly critical of Mr. Lang, who is also minister in charge of the wheit bosrd, and chareed tet rtssniie the Food L'r. L-naries nairrr.ET Mr. tens pJ Code tightened of dollars in Sas- r; arid other a-ninal WASHINGTON he was the sole Liberal '-rP from that Stria focc labeHir" He said Lbr to ry by 1. .5. substance ij txciside. covemmect Wednesday to he-'.? Tore tox-c than PDT." people 02 cjeis a.-d the has already been i public more ir_'ormation about ihj msrke: in the I'nited hiked is in the food it eats. as hazardous to Any food for a rutri- fCFl Kei-ed tioTjol i? must judgment, I thiri widows o-f the carry the amourt 'hsKach'on also should be Nickel of Can- nf and -ovod :'roa the I-' getting an are.rcg; 1 rrrebs K -vi-o month h per.- Product soil as sn r Tuesday f- '-rJied" will Protection -Agency range torn SoO require fuj; an sairf some z Prcd'jcr.'i choVs- rn rrpstered i.-xrreases refilled :eml r.s'.f tbe hentach'pr .--d" another coirract r-; relatively fwd r-r-iv-r-i Incn and the rn- heart vlll so-m bo r.v.erf Fi-c'.wprkcrs of Americi to Eo-.-errrfrt by workers. are abo-.it retlrtd TO oonuT2Jttee of EPA wnrkers n Canada. to understand. I: standardized the details thit must be i incraded on the Ingrediezis ia Salesman of the various binds of Chevrolet OldsmobDa pleased to announce that Bullock has achiev- Former the'bonor of "SALESMAN THE MONTH" for De- uamcd lo Murray has hsd a of experience the sales f.cld in the auto- OTTAWA 'CPi B industry, lie wel- Keith. 5o, government 'XTS; his many friends and on bilingualism. has been S to come in and pointed director of the the new 3973 cars and guage administration branch As an experienced the state secretary's export his ad- ment, it was announced to vou is IVal with You'll BE.YYfit. Bom in Edmonton, Mr. Keith is a graduate of the of Alberta. He was a OIDSMOB1LB and ctliior and served SUPERMARKET CAR IOT RCAF before joTbc the ternal affairs clr-partmcnt in 1J17.