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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PENSIVE Prime Minisler Trudeau listens attentively ,o a question from the audience, his reply and then answers at a public meeting._________________ They won't and create jobs instead, he said. Students and a Toronto news- paper came in for verbal swipes from the prime minister during his visit. He singled out one of about students who met him at Mr. Trudeau, answering a j nie airport when Ihe youth be- caller on an open line program i jeering: "If you don't like over radio station CKWS, said go ho .lean-Pierre Goyer, Canada's Trudeau. was doing the During the radio talk show, best job possible under the cir- he toM several callers "not to cumstauces. _ lielieve everything you read_in KINGSTON, Ont. (CP1 the Canadian people do nol want mistakes in paroling pris- oners, Ihen Ihc parole system should be scrapped, Prime Min- islor Pierre Trudeau said here. Friday. wait years go homo to said Mr. "Perhaps the science of criminology isn't what it could be." he said. "There have been some mistakes, but there will always' be mistakes. If you don't want any mistakes by pa- roles, you shouldn't have any parolees." Mr. Tnideau answered a caller's comment alxml David Lewis, federal New Democratic Party leader, and his remarks about "corporate welfare bums" by saying that the gov- ernment's tax incentives to cor- porations constitute an attempt to encourage such companies to plowT their profits back into im- proving their facililics. This will stop "a situation in which you have a mill closing down because it is obsolete" local any papers for that launched an attack at the Toronto Star. He said he found it appalling that any newspaper would "make a headline: Goodies For as he said The Star had done Oct. 4. Mr. Trudeau was referring to a headline in the newspaper over an article quoting him as saying he would he announcing projects for Quebec before the Oct. 30 federal election. Bv TOM MITCHELL OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau warned Friday that French-Canadians will look lo other options unless real progress is made in the federal bilingualism program. It is important to make sure the program works and the rea- sons "are rather he said as he started an election campaign swing through south- ern Ontario. No one is going to wait for another 100 years of Canadian federalism for true bilingualism to appear, Mr. Trudeau lold a coffee parly in Grenville-Carle- lon riding. Although he didn't specify FULL SI7.I-; As soon as a fly, moth, butter- fly, beetle, bee or wasp has wings, it has reached its full size. Quebec, Mr. Trudeau was viously thinking of possible sep- aration of that province from the rest of Canada when he said: There are other options, as you know." He made bilingualism in the federal service a key point at NOTICE IS GIVEN TO ALL MEMBERS AND BOARD OP THE LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE OF A GENERAL MEETING OCT. 18th at 12 Noon RED CROSS BUILDING, FOR THE PURPOSE OF REVISING THE BY-LAWS THROUGH EXTRAORDINARY RESOLUTION he meeting in support of Gor- don Blair, whose riding is home or a heavy proportion of public servants in the Ottawa area. HAD FEW COMPLAINTS There have "been relatively lew complaints of injustices un- der the system since Use gov- ernment decided that Cana- dians should be able to deal ith their government in either French or the prime minister said. It was natural that in putting a difficult'program into effect there were people wounded." But an official languages commissioner was appointed to act as an ombudsman and hear any grievances arising from the program. Mr. Trudeau said he also was sure that Mr. Blair would "fight tooth and nail" for any- one in his riding who had a grievance. First-time voters cool to parties TORONTO