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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE MERAtD Saturday, November 20, 1971 f Fii'UI Tliamim Kit- said in Bangkok, itl parliament was to lU't rill 1 ...i... for the first time since the scandal riidted Britain. After live affair, which shook the Conservative government, Profumo cho.se social exile and of opixKhion win.! devoted himself to welfare called him anil the army cum- i work in bond's East End slum maiH'cr-in-i'hief crs" and "sons of bnclu'S." areas. Prof u in o welcomed the T1IANOM KITTIKACIIORN Hail language THs'e iiulit'ieian.s who used i Queen at the opening of such language are a bad building in a slum settlement example for younger Ren- i project. he told WO reporters in his first public appearance the 45-year- old British housewife who lost le.r doctor because she wouldn't quit smoking, has n new family doctor. Mrs. Whiff en. who cherished 15 cigarettes a day more than che did advice from Dr. Arthur fP'Yiel, has been taken on by Dr. John Ashley, who says he enjoys occasional cigarette himself. The woman has chronic bron- chitis, and Dr. O'Fricl told 1 er to cut off cigarettes. lie refused, the doctor refused to treat her or her family. Us Benjamin gina) suggested in the Com- mons the other day that per- sons looking for jobs should file pplicjifions to the prime ter's office, Mr. Tnideau was not amused by the suggestion. Mr. Benjamin was one of several opposition MPs who referred to Mr, Tnideau's re- cent statements that thousands of jobs are available in Canada despite wide-spread unemploy- ment. Edwin 0. Heischauer of Har- vard University, a former United States ambassador to Japan, says President Nixon's [crUicoming visit to China "is a mistake.'1 Prof. Reischauer, author of several books on Sou the a s t Asia, said in an interview r.t Montreal that tlie sudden an- nouncement of tlie presidential j visit to a country the U.S. has treaied with hostility for more than 20 years "makes us ap- pear immature and i al in Asian eyes." i "You just don't do things i that wav.'1 Former Saskatchewan pre- mier S. Lloyd ha.s received a United Nations posting in Ko- rea as resident representative for the UN's development pro- gram. Mr. Lloyd. 58. has a two- year contract and will live in Seoul. 4 Jnhn Frnfiimo. the British war minister who resigned eight years ago after revela- tions about his involvement with society callgirls Christine Kcoler and Mamly Rice Da- vits, met Queen Elizabeth in I I HT'f7 j. j. nal-ov-l V test wins rave notice SAXDt'SKY. Ohio (API in the of Arthur McCall vs. Trial by television has received Man' Ann demons, its first test m Ohio and it won; Mrs. Clemens had been the en immediate rave notice from! driver of a car which went out the judge who handJed tlie case, i of control, injuring McCall and Judge James M c C r y s t a 1 i killing his wife. She had admit called it a "success beyond my ted liability, but the jury was expectation." But Judge McCrystal. who ad- sitting to determine the amount of damages. vocated the use of taped testi-1 The jury awarded McCall mony in an article in tlie Ohio S9.GW in damages, finishing up Bar Association Journal last j by 5 p.m. May. said the system needs "a! Judge McCrystal said ban- lot of work to perfect it." J died normally the case would The judge said lawyers for have taken a day and a half. both sides in the personal injury j suit had agreed to use televised testimony. The testimony was taped by- cameras in the courtroom over two-week period while the Jury box remained empty. Then, on Thursday the jury came in and sat down before Find source of bad soup CAJIDEN7, N.J. (AP) The Campbell Soup Co. reported two television screens in a side I today it found the source of bac- room and saw all tlie evidence Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAt 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 teria in some of its Texas-pro- duced chicken vegetable soup last summer and has taken corrective steps to prevent its recurrence. The company j blamed the incident for a big drop in business. W. B. Murphy, Campbell president, said "this was our we are determined that it will be our ence of this kind." Botulism was discovered last j August in a batch of soup pro-1 duced at Campbell's Paris, i Tex., plant. It resulted in a re- call of thousands of cans. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 IB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUALLY U'i HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN IETHBRIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside Drive ror Information Phono 327-0811 p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. tAT. PLACE: INDOORS at the LETHBRIOGE SALES PAVILION November 23rd Through Saturday, November 27th. 71 INVENTORY 2 Firenza 2-Door Sedans 1 Firenza 4-Door Sedan 4 Firenza SL 2-Door Sedans 2 Opel GT Sport Coupes Radio, 4-speed remission 2 Opel GT Sport Coupes Radio, automatic transmission 4 Ventura If 2 and 4 Door Sedans 3 Firebirds Formula 400 Esprit. Your choice of options 4 LeMans 2 and 4 Door Sedans 5 Catalinas 2-Door Hardtop Fully equipped, your choice oi colors 1 Catalina 4-Door Sedan Radio, power steering and brakes 5 Cataiinas 4-Door Hardtops Fully equipped, all the greatest colors 1 Catalina Convertible A beautiful unit. Fully equipped 3 Laurentian 2-Door Hardtops Power steering, brakes and rndio 1 Centurion Convertible All of the greatest equipment including air conditioning 1 Riviera Buick Finest personal tar. Fully power equipped in- cluding oir conditioning 5 Buick Skylarks 2 and 4 Door Sedans and Hardtops A wide choice of colors and options 2 Buick Estate Wagons Passenger Passenger Fully equipped for every purpose, wood grained including oir conditioning 1 Pontiac Safari 4-Door Station Wagon Radio, power steering ond brakes ond power tall goto 1 Grande Vilie Luxury 4-Door Hardtop Loaded with equipment including air conditioning 6 Parisienne Brougham 4-Door Hardtops Fully equipped for pleasure. 3 with air con- ditioning. Your choice of colon 4 Parisienne Brougham 2-Door Hardtops Sporty colors and fully equipped 1 Laurentian 4-Door Sedan Power steering, brakes ond radio 2 Parisienne Brougham 4-Door Sedans Fully equipped a ENERSON' Are Overstoc with 1971 MUST BE will SACRIFIC MAKE AN NO REASON Terms: Financing NO DOWN PAYMENT ON APPROVED CREDIT FIRST PAYMENT MARCH 72 All Cars Clearly Priced! All '71 Cars Backed by FULL GENERAL MOTORS CAR WARRANTY AND SERVICE! ED CA PONTIAC 70 Paris. 2 DR. HT RAT PS PB 70 Convertible RAT PS PB 8 70 LeMans 4 DR RAT 6 CYL 69 Laur. 2 DR HT RAT PS PB 0 69 Pont. Estate SW RAT PS PB 9 68 Pont. Pars. 4 DR HT 68 Pont. SW RAT PS 9 68 Pont. 4 DR RAT PS 65 Pont. SW RAT 64 Pont. 4 DR RAT 63 Pont. 4 DR RAT BUICK 9 69 Buick LeSabre 400 2 DRHT RAT PS PB PW ft 68 Buck SW RAT PS PB PW 9 68 Buick 4 DR HT RAT PS PB 67 Buick 4 DRHT RAT PS PB 66 Buick 4 DRHT RAT PS PB 9 64 Buick 4 DR RAT PS PB OLDS 9 65 Olds 2 DRHT RAT PS PB 9 62 Olds 4 DR RAT PS PB CHRYSLER 9 71 Dodge Challenger 2 DRHT RAT PS PB 71 Dodge Charger 2 DRHT PS PB 66 Ply. 4 DR Sedan RAT 66 Chry. 4 DRHT RAT PS PB 64 Ply. 4 DR Sedan RAT CHEV 9 64 Chev. SW RAT FORD 9 70 Meteor 2 DR HT RAT 67 Mustang RAT 6 CYL 65 Ford 2 DRHT RAT PS PB 9 62 Merc. 4 DR RAT COMPACTS 70 Vauxhall 70 V.W. 9 68 Datsun 9 60 Vauxhall J-DR.-5-door 4-DR.-4-door wagon 2-Dr. HT or 4-Dr. HT-Hardtop and automatic transmission steering brakes conditioning windows TRADES ACCEPTED... Instant Appraisals Of Course! Dooler for PONTIAC, BUICK, OPEL, FIRENZA, CMC TRUCKS PHONE: 327-5705 Saturday, November 20, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGI HERALD 7 Here's ;the real poverty report5 OTTAWA (CP) Four men I Introduced to the pleasant sen- who quit the Senate committee sallon of being millionaires. on poverty last spring, saying it censoring the facts, have produced an report of their own, entitled The Heal Poverty Report. M. G. Ilurtig Ltd. of Edmon- ton, the publisher, says the maverick report "describes in detail how Canada's establish- corporations, politicians and bureaucrats create and sustain poverty in Canada." The Real Poverty Report, like the special Senate committee report published Nov. 10, says a guaranteed annual income is vital to overcoming poverty. However, agreement ends there. It proposes a plan that would cost about 2.3 per cent of the gross national product, or billion in 1971. "That sounds The Real Poverty Report ad- mits. MANY VICTIMIZED But pointing to Canada's 4.5 million poor, it adds: "The costs are high, simply because a guaranteed annual in- come, at any reasonable level, extremely expensive when unemployment is high, when there is no adequate social in- surance, ar.d when the economy is victimizing a lot of people. "The office space should bo rented out to those who would make good use of it. "And the bagmen should be returned to the arms of the in- terests they have served so well." This would prevent further re- ports on poverty by the Senate, "leaving tiie subsidy of fantasy to the Real Rcpo.( jibes. Early on, it marks corporate control of politics and the mass media as factors that maintan poverty amidst wealth. Another Senate committee, it says, found that the mass media de- rived 70 per cent of advertising revenue from 100 major compa- nies, more than half U.S.- owned. AVOIDS CRITICIZING "It is fairly easy to under- stand why the media avoid criti- cal investigation of the implica- tions of concentrated corporate power. "It is easy to understand their refusal to spend much time talking about the inequality of income distribution. "After all, they feed off the first and reinforce the second." Newspapers, radio and TV "obscured social realities" in the point where votes were "If other structural measures j based on "political fantasies" were introduced, the guaranteed j and slogans such as The Just annual income would not be Society, Prime Minister Tru- needed by as many people, and costs would fall drastically." The Senate report proposed a deau's banner in the 19C8 elec- tion. "And this is done despite the guaranteed annual income plan fact that since 1867, legislation that Chairman David Croll passed by Parliament has con- Ontario) estimated would have cost to million last year. The idea was rejected by Health Minister John Munro as being too costly. Ian Adams, William Cameron, Brian Hill and Peter Penz, the authors of The Real Poverty Report, say a guaranteed in- come plan at a low level "is a glorified welfare program." A modified tax structure would be needed to finance their major change being inclusion of five per cent of wealth and assets in the per- sonal income tax base. More money could be raised through elimination of tax concessions and subsidies to business. EYES SENATE COSTS "One source of revenue re- the book says, pointing to the million a year it costs to run the Senate. "The money should be distrib- uted each year to five poor peo- ple, so that they, too, could be Pint of blood price of meal at this party CHICAGO (AP) -Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Corrigan, who have six hemophiliacs in tlie family, held a dinner for 250 persons willing to pay the pint, of blood. The couple have four sons and two grandsons who have hemopliilia, a hereditary dis- ease that afflicts only males. It leads to difficulty in con- trolling bleeding, even after minor injuries, because of de- layed blood clotting. The Corrigans have been or- ganizing such dinners scmi- annually for 17 years. The lat- est one was Wednesday night when about 250 relatives, neighbors and friends each gave a pint of blood and then sat down in a cafeteria to a catered dinner. The Chicago Wood donor service provided the medical staff and equipment. tinually been in the mam inter- est of the business elite." This wasn't so difficult to un- derstand. A study done for the 1966 Commons committee on election expenses indicated that about 90 per cent of the Liberal Party's income came from in- dustrial and business firms and businessmen of particular com- panies, the authors say. IDEALS THREATENED The Real Poverty Report warns that a rich society that tolerates widespread poverty and inequality of opportunity is "in very real danger of losing its democratic ideals." It cites the use of the War Measures Act a year ago and the subsequent arrests by po- lice. Minister ordered removed NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) Rev. Calvin Chambers, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, has been ordered re- moved from his position by a church judicial commission. Mr. Chambers remains a minister in good standing with the Presbyterian Church in Canada and is eligible for post- ing to another presbytery The four-man commission which ordered his removal was set up last June to investigate complaints about the introduc- tion of "charismatic winch involves the speaking o( tongues and verbal outpourings which are supposed to be a form of communication with God. 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