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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 LETHBRIOGE HERALD Wednesday, October 3, 1973 DLPUIS RENE LEVESQUE KOBKRT BOLRASSA Another fuel price boost sighted OTTAWA iCP> -Despite a it'di'Kil puce eastern Camidums could soon lace vet another increase in the cost ot gasoline and heating oil The eneigs department dis dosed Tuesday that Imperial Oil has applied lor permission to rnpass the and raise its prices to oltset a weekend miiease in the cost ot crude Details were not disclosed hut a spokesman indicated the result could be a one-or two rent raise in the i ost ot gas oline 11 the government appioves the application Similai applications are ex- pet ted within the next lew das s In other eastein relineis including Shell Canada Ltd and Oult Oil anada Ltd Impelled has alreadv made llnec pi u e im reases this -eat the last I when gas- oline went up two cents a tialion and heating JOSEPH MacSWEEN MONTH HAL (CP) Three ol the lour paities contesting the Oct 29 Quebec general election are led by Liberals or lonner Liberals Some observers leel this un- usual circumstance merely underlines a fascinating mobilitv politicians on the Quebec scene Kent- Levesque leader ot the separatist Parti Quehecois shot lo political piommence as a Liberal cabinet minister, one ot the wainors ol Quebec's Quiet Revolution ol the early 1960s Yvon Dupuis, leader of the Parti Creditiste began his political career as a Liberal member ot the Quebec legislature betore shitting to Ottawa and winning cabinet tank under the late Liberal prime minister Lester B Pearson I'tenner Robert Bourassa capluied the Quebec Liberal leadership in Januarv 1970 lour months betore the toppled the Union Nationale trom power. 18 months alter Mr Levesque lounded the Parti Quebecois Ol the tour party chiefs. onl> Mr Bourassa and (Jabnel Loubier. leader ol the I'rnon Nationale since June 1971. gained their political spurs in the parlies thev now head But this is only one aspect ot Quebec's political mobility The departure ot Liberal mmisteis trom politics, the slnlts ol others on Quebec's new electoial map and the ol new candidates have caused almost as much com- ment as election issues PRIEST VS. PREMIER Mtei Abbe Louis O'Neill. Laval University piiest- protessor. announced he would carry the Parti Quebecois banner against Mr Bourassa in Montreal Mer- cier the premier com- mented I don t know whether the tact that he is a resident ot Quebec Citv qualities him especially to be a candidate in Montreal But newspapers were hitting the street at about the same time with the storv that Mi Bourassa's immigration mmistei Jean Bienvenue. a resident ol Quebec City, would c ontest a Montreal constituen- Mr Bion venue has repiesented Matane in the Lowei St Lawrence region since 1'JWi Jean-Guy Cardinal, lonner I nion Nationale education minister who contested the p a r t v I e a d e r h i p a n d in 1909. an- nounced lie will not run in the loithcommg election Karlier Marcel Masse another lonner rising star ol the Union Nationale cabinet, an- nounced Ins move into federal politics as a Progressive Conservative candidate On the campaign trail. Mr Levesque employed his wit at the expense ot certain Boui assa ministers whom he accused ot fleeing trom large- French-language ridings to the colonial ghetto ot English west-end Montreal He singled out Education Minister Francois CToutier and Labor Minister Jean who. incidentally, held the same porttoho in a lonner Union Nationale government Mr Levesque took quiet comfort in the announced departure trom actrve politics ol Claude Castonguay. one ol the most effective Liberal ministers, aichitect ol Quebec's social welfare The social affairs minister will return to the ac- tuiial Inm he lounded before enteiing public set vice In the event of a Liberal vic- toi his successor was ex- pected to be Claude Forget assistant deputs minister in the social altairs department, leaving the civil service to run in the election Mr Bourassa awarded ap- pointments in the judiciary 01 in setiioi government agency positions to tour other ministers who resigned between February and last week's el e c 11 o n a n mmncement They were Cul- tural Allans Minister Claire Knkland-Casgram. 49. Trans- poi t Minister Bernard Pinard, fid Public Works Minister Main ice Tessier. 59. and (ieorges Tremblay. 45. mmistei responsible tor autoioutes 50 Ways to Cut Food Costs Why is- a good buy? When ;uc stou> coupons rnil- ly n saving1' Whv is it some- times lies! to (he pnik.ige of a pioducl? Hen aic tips to dim your budget and at the same time provide nutiitious, satishing meals One of 31 articles and features in the OCTOBKK RKADKRS DIGEST THANKSGIVING f.. I Also aviilibte for your Thanksgiving Feasting a complete selection SWIFT'S "BUTTERBALL" TURKEYS DUCKS ROASTING CHICKENS BONELESS SMOKED HAMS FULLY COOKED COTTAGE ROLLS At lowest competitive prices OKED COOKED MAPLE LEAF BRAND GOVERNMENT INSPECTED. WHOLE HALF OR QUARTERS Government Inspected Canada Grade A Steer Beef SIRLOIN CLUB OR RIB STEAKS PINECREST BURNS OR LILYDALE TURKEYS CANADA GRADE'A' YOUNG HENS. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CRYOVAC PACK. FROZEN. 10 TO 16LB.AV. ALSO AVAILABLE AT YOUR L-MART STORE A LIMITED SUPPLY OF FRESH KILLED Grade A Turkeys FRESH FRESH GROUND, GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MINCED BEEF .Ib. Government Inspected Assorted Varieties Sherbo's V% %fl I 9 Inch Size .19 Ib. Government Inspected Maple Leaf Sliced, Rindless Side Bdcon JPfc fa ;