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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 22, 1973 Fresh fears of enrlv election Inflation may be Liberals' undoing Bv STEWART MaeLKOD waiting for a 1H74 election, new OTTAWA cCPi -Oust as the! fears are .gnawing at them over Liberals appeared to be heaving: the possibility ot milatio.ii forc- a of relief that Con- j ing earlier ek-doral action. servatives were reconciled to And while the Liberals ex- Burning Rectal Itch Relieved In Minutes One of the most common af- flictions a condition known as "ItchinR Piles." It is most embarrassing for she sufTertT during the day rspoeifiily aggravating at night. If you want satisfactory good news. A renowned research laboratory has found a unique healing substance with the ability u> promptly relieve the burning jtch and pain. It actually shrinks hemorrhoids. This substance has been shown to produce a most effective rate of healing. Its germ-killinsr properties also help prevent infection. In one hemorrhoid case after another "very striking improvement" was reported. This improvement was main- tained in case? where clinical observations were continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, these tests and observations were mad'1 on patients with a wide vari-'iy of hemorrhoidal conditions. All this was accomplished bv a houlint: substance. Bio- liyne1 developed by a world-renowned research in- stitution. This substance is now obtainable in iiinimeni or suppository form .known as Preparation H. Ask for Preparation H Suppositories (convenient to carry if away from home' or Preparation H Ointment with special ap- plicator. Available ar all counters. Satisfaction or vour refunded. press their fears privately, the New Democrats, who hold the effective balance of power, ex- press their opinions openly. Party House Leader Stanley Knowles has said that soaring food prices is the issue most likely to defeat the minority government. All opposition parties see this issue as a popular cause that would rally support despite any lack of enthusiasm for an early election. Liberals, though, are not thinking in terms of being de- feated over food prices. Rather, they argue, if there is going to be" continued worldwide in- flation, as many predict. Prime Minister Trudeau might dis- solve Parliament for a fall elec- tion before the situation "wor- sens. In the meantime. Liberal sources say. there is only lim- ited optimism within the party that the establishment of the Ebrrtis MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE food prices review board will take heat off the government. Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield describes the proposed board as toothless, awkward and obscure. It will, he says, be useless. And the New Democrats say the board will never be effec- j tive until it is given power to j control prices by rolling back increases. Terry Grier Toronto his party's spokesman on prices, says the still-to-be-established board will be inadequate. j Although Consumer affairs j Minister Herb Gray denies it, j there are persistent rumors cir-'. culating through the opposition parties that the government is 1 having difficulty recruiting I members for the board because of its lack of teeth. Government j sources say that while Mr. Gray has not made any direct approaches to prospective members, there have been some unofficial soundings. These sources also say that some ministers are pressing for the implementation of Mr. Trudeau's "contingency plans' selective price and wage i he has been referring to for' some months. It was apparently considered seriously after last month's sharp increase in food prices. There is said to be a strongly- held view among some of the ministers that since the prices review board appears headed for a political pounding, it should be overtaken by tougher action. says one minis- ter, "the board will be ridiculed on a daily basis by the opposi- tion whether it deserves it or not." Recent Commons question pe- riods have shown that nothing stirs up opposition indignation and anger so much as food prices. And so far the govern- ment has been unable to pro- vide little positive response. Late billing PORTLAND, Me. (AP> Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Dyro have been assessed by the city for residential sewer more than a century ago. "We're not going to pay said Mrs. Dyro, who received the bill yesterday. I' was sent after the city combed through its books and dug up some uncollected assessments. SIMPSONS 99 on our elling cartopper. emnan's dream. Reg. 279 This 12 foot lapstrake boat h 'a proven winner it's our biggest selling car top boat. Lapstrake construction means added strength and a smooth ride. It has 3 auminum seats, for safety this 12 footer has a green non-skid interior. D.O.T. rated for 10 h.p. motors; load capacity 600 Ibs. length: beam: It's a dream boat. Deluxe 12' Aluminum Boat This deluxe 12' cartopper boat of heavy duty marine alloy aluminum weighs only 123 Ibs If takes loads up to 660 ibs. and is rated for a 15 h.p motor. 3 keels, foarn flotation under 3 wooden seats, Non skid, non glare interior. Extra wide beam. Red epoxy trim. Regular price SIMPSONS DtxlIS SPORTS CENTRE WHERETHE NEW IDEAS ARE Ted Williams Air Cooled Outboard Motor These motors -feature connectors for a 2 gal. auxiliary gas tank, tilt up steering handle and a high intensity spark system for easier starting. These outboards also feature full panel controls. The manufacturer carries a 2 year guarantee on this duct. _ 149-99 189" iqq.99 5.5 h.p. Now 289" 4.5 h.p. Reg. 5.0 h.p. Reg. Now Now 7.5 h.p. Reg. Now 7.5 H.P. Full Gear Control Air Cooled Outboard Motor Reg. Now 329 This outboard it ideal for the fisherman. It solid state Ignition for easy storting. Push button end a weedless prop also standard features. This lightweight weighs only 44 Ibi and comes complete with a 2.5 gallon remote tank. STORE HOURS: Open daily from a.m. to p.m., Thurs, and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Canfre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 This is the South Bronx area of New York which ranks among the most crime ridden, diseased and economically depress- ed slums in the United States. The Bronx, whicH lies northeast of Manhat- tan, once was a rolling pastoral area whose face was irrevocably altered by swiftly changing immigra- tion patterns. Exchange governor elected WINNIPEG (CP1. George E. Franklin of Deloraine, Man. has been elected a public gov- ernor of the Winnipeg Commo- dity Exchange. He is the third public gov- ernor elected by the exchange. Mr. Franklin, 63, still works the family farm on which he was born and has been active in promoting the cause of i Western agriculture through a variety of organizations. j He is chairman of the Great j Waterways Develop- ment Association, president of the Manitoba Farm Bureau and vice chairman of Manitoba Pool Elevators, as well as a director of the Canadian Fed- eration of Agriculture. ELECTRIC CAR OPERATES CHEAPLY EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) In this time of rising gasoline prices. 74-year-old Arthur Far- rail has become a fossil fuel dropout. And it has paid off handsomely, he says. In the year since he built his electric-powered "Green Hor- net." Farrall has driven about miles at a cost of He says he can the streets of East Lansing at a cost of only six-tenths of a cent a mile. "When I retired, I needed something to do, so I decided to build an electric said Far- rail, former chairman of the Michigan State University agri- cultural engineering depart- ment. He says it was simple. He bought an engineless 1961 Volks- wagen and installed two horsepower electric motors. "It's great." he says. "No money for tuneups, oil changes or exhaust problems, only the price of plugging it into the socket in the garage." Under the right conditions, the Green Hornet travels up to miles an hour, Farrall says. "I can cruise at about 35 miles per hour with no trouble at all." He says he can go about 25 miles on each battery Charge, to LETHBRIDGE HERALD DISPLAY AND CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS TECTIVE DEADLINES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: ADVERTISEMENTS REQUIRING PROOFS (Minimum size Vi page) COPY AND MATERIAL MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE HERALD BY 12 NOOM 4 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION DEADLINE for: MONDAY is NOON PREVIOUS WEDNESDAY TUESDAY NOON PREVIOUS THURSDAY WEDNESDAY is NOON PREVIOUS FRIDAY THURSDAY is NOON PREVIOUS SATURDAY FRIDAY is NOON PREVIOUS MONDAY SATURDAY is NOON PREVIOUS TUESDAY DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS NOT REQUIRING A PROOF MAY BE RECEIVED ONE DAY LATER 12 NOON 3 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEADLINES ARE UNCHANGED All regular and classified display must be in The Herald office 3 p.m. the day prior to publication 1 a.m. Saturday for publication Monday For further information contact Display or Classified Advertising 328-4411 The Lethkulge Herald ;