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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TUB irUIRRIOOl Thunrfoy. CWober 13, 177J Terrible .burden on poor WINNIPEG KT> David Lewis said Wednesday poor families in Canada arc "hciiiK I driven into malmUrition" hsiiif! ftHxl prices across the country. The MU1 leafier I he slritcinriit after Statistics ('an- cons mor price n- L11.R frnni 111.3 i i Food pricvs niiikc up bmil one-qiiar- k-r of the iiviT-nll index. Mr. Ixwis said food prices constitute the most import mil part of the over-all index and novr [X'.se a "terrible Imrdcti" im all families in Canada, even Ilipse with higher incomes. But. it is Hie poor and low- mrumc families who are suffer- in.i: most, he said. "Tliey arc hring driven into nuilimtrition by these prices." KKNKWS CALL Mr. Lewis renewed a call for n speedy two-to-lliree week inquiry into food prices to de- termine what factors arc re- sponsible for the higher costs. He also repeated ail earlier detnatid for government control of food prices, "before they dc- stroh the standard oC living, tired the life, of millions of poor people in (his He made his comments at a news conference in which lie re- leased his personal handbook on federal indus trial assistance programs in Canada. lie said the book, entitled Louder Voices: The Corporate Welfare Ilmiii, will subs tan- BE SURE TO ATTEND THE RAYMOND THIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY at RAYMOND I BIG i PERFORMANCES FRIDAY 8 p.m. SATURDAY 1 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. OCTOBER 13TH AND 14TH ADMISSION: ADULTS STUDENTS 1 p.m. Performance on Saturday HALF PRICE! (For Sludenli, Children, Adults Too) CHINOOK RODEO ASSOCIATION APPROVED RODEO Sponsored by RAYMOND RECREATION BOARD tialc NDP arguments thai Ca- nadians are victims of a cor- porate ripoff. 'The book will show, lo those take lime to read it, tliat what we say makes sense. "Facts and (imires and names of tha companies list some positive suggestions" for improvement in llic lax sttnic- lure, he said. He appeared at a news cun- fcrciicc with a .spokesman for his publisher, John Lewis and Samuel of Toronto, who said a second edition of to 000 copies of the book will printed, "probably on Friday." COPIES SOLD The first edition of copies has already been sold to bookstores across Canada. The paperback publication will sell for a copy, with all royalties 11 to 12 cents a copy going to the party treasury. At the news conference, Mr. Lewis again criticized the Tru- deau government for "old-fash- ioned" economic policies which he said have produced an un- employment crisis in News reports Tuesday quot- ed the prime minister as saying he was "puzzled" that the sea- sonally adjusted unemployment rate had risen to 7.1 per cent cent in August. "He has been puzzled for four years, and the Canadian people have suffered from his Mr. Lewis said. campaign Liberals expect five seats REGINA (CP) Senator Richard Slanbury, president pi the National Liberal parly, saic Wednesday he expects Ms party to win five to 10 seats in Saskatchewan in the Oct. 30 general election. Mr. Slanbury said Saskatche- wan is "one or the most de- lightful places for Liberals lo be in this campaign." He was confident Ihe young people of the province will sup- port the Liberals because "they are turned off by (David) is is a traditional, old-line nationalizationist typo of so cialist." The Conservatives, he said, have deteriorated in Saskatche- wan since John Dtefenbaker lost the leaderslup and the choice now is Ihe Liberals or NDP. The Liberals now have just one MP from Saskatchewan Justice Minister Otto Lang ol Saskatoon-Humboldt. MOUNT ROYAL CANDIDATES These candidates have been nominated lo contest tho Montreal seal of Mounl Royal in Ihe Oct. 30 federal election. Pierre Elliot Trudeou currently holds the riding. Tho others are Andrew Brkhcmt, left, Conservative, and Harry Yudink right, NDP. Spotlight seat Trudeau not unbeatable MONTREAL CCP) Andrew Brichant says Pierre Elliott Trudeau can be beaten in Mount Royal constituency "if we can get people to think and talk about the issues" rather than personality and prestige. Harry Hudin says anyone who imagines Mr. Trudeau is invulnerable should be re- minded that the late W. L. Mackenzie ol Can- ada's most formidable prime The Incredible Whatsit. A space-age gadget is putting an end to "planned obsolescence" in colour TV. Meet the Have you ever bought a product that constantly improved? Quasar Colour by Motorola has been working on it. And before you buy your first colour 7 V vou should see ii. 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Only Quasar ColnurTV has it. 4, The Works in a Drawer. It pulis out, so a M-rvkx' technician can usually t heck out a problem in vom funncr, that hapjiens your scS doesn'L have to co into the repuir sliop for ;i week nr two. And sou save a lot of money and a lot of aggravation. So don't be fookd, Insisi on seeing Quasnr C olour f And a Inok at the incredible Wlnhit. How will you know you're buying the right set? The set will have the Works in a Drawer, (It's the only one with the works in a The name is unforgettable. by MOTOROLA (g) Make it your first colour TV Quasar. Foirfield Appliance TV Stilos ltd. I 24? Avo. 5. lhbiirliir, Aim. 328.003? Quasar. Cumpbell Electric UrJ. 3358 19ll. Avo. lobcr, Alia. 723-2212 YOU Will FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED [N THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Trudeau (sets out for West OTTAWA CCP) Prime Min- ster Tnideau sets out from here tonight on a tliree-day election campaign swing that dll take him to points in On- ario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia. The first scheduled event Is an open-line TV program on station CKPR, Thunder Bay, at 9 p.m. the same night. Afterward Mr. Trudcau fly in his chartered DC-8 jet to Winnipeg. At a.m. Friday, the prime minister addresses the ireat Plains Committee at the Winnipeg Inn, and later that morning, at attends public meeting at the Knights nf Columbus Hall in Portage La Prairie. Mr. Trudcau arrives in Ed- monton at 3 p.m. Friday, and an hour later is on [lie hot seat for a question-and-answer ses- sion at Jubilee Auditorium. That night there is a public meeting in Edmonton's London- derry shopping centre, follow- .ng which Mr. Trudeau flies to Prince George, B.C. There Is a coffee party at 3vic Centre in Prince George at a.m. Saturday. At p.m. Mr. Trudeau is in Kelowna for public meet- ing at Rutland Centennial Hall, and four hours later he is in Vernon for a public meeting at Village Green Inn. At p.m. there Is a ques- Uon-and-ansvrer session Kamloops Secondary School. Mr. Trudeau flies back to Ot- tawa Sunday via Kelowna. suffered personal defeat and its rewards must >e restored to their rightful "I do not buy the idea that i Place foundation of. the prime minister is untea- society. Our aim must be to es-able in his own said a society in wluch it Mr. Brichant, Progressive Con- ays individual men servalive candidate for the to worK. 30 Yudin, 55, manufac- Mr. Yudin, the New Denio-cra ic Party candidate, says that he is the only candidate living in tho constituency. All tlie others, including Mr. Trudeau, are residents of other Montreal agent and twice pres -cnt of the National Garment Salesmen's Association, said be las been surprised f.l the depth of anti-Trudeau "feeling and protest" in the big riding, vhich has some eligible The anti-Trudeau candidates are stressing economic issues. Dalia Wood, the 48-year-old grandmother and business executive who is "TrudcEiu promised nothing ind gave nothing a nd every-liing he has done lias hurt Lha Canadian said Mr. Vi -din. campaign manager, predicts the Liberal prime minister "will do as well if not belter" than in the 1958 general election, when he captured votes compared with (or the PC candidate, a woman lawyer, and for the NDP. Tiny portions of the popular vote went to independent and Crediliste one thing he did electoral re form so that all parties could campaign on an equal has not de-ivered. So it is very difficult '.or the NDP to put on an adequate campaign, while the Liberals have lots of money." The riding includes oil or part of four In the present contest, the prime minister's two main of Ji lount Royal Ham-pstead, Cote St. Luc and the ponents --both political des Neiges Mon- ardent area-ranging from resi- Brichant, 41-year-old districts to hustling omist, is author of Option sections and htgh-riso ada, published four years homes. in reply to separatist Yudin, who ts Jewish, es- Rene Levesque's book the riding at; 40 per French-speaking and 60 Mr. Tnideaii wrongly cent English-speaking, with sessed the reality in which Canada exists, particularly in relation to the United States, comprising 40 per cent of the English-language milieu, many of them bilingual or trilin- also failed to grasp the nomic essence that the econ omy rests on individuals, not on Mr. QUALITY DENTURE said. Total reform of the system is required to give DIETRICH centive to individuals, not Dental Mechanic Derations, said Mr. Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 STUDENTS JOIN THE ARMY Some studenri a day thfi lummer working on on anfr-pollution gram organfied by Canadian Army, To find out they did, and where, Interesting photostory IN YOUR LETHBRIOGE HERALD WEEKEND FOR YOU CAN LEARN ENOUGH FACTS TO HELP SAVE A COUNTRY. YOURS. Everybody's talking about pollution and environmental quality. But just what are the problems in Canada? Who is responsible for taking aclion? What is being done? The answers are in "Canada and Hie; Human published by Environment Canada for Ihe United Nation's conference on the human environment. The Federal government Is making this book available with the hope that once you the facts, you will help bring nbout pollution solutions. The book pulls no punches, It lalks about pollution of all kinds; who's responsible lor what; citizens' groups and Iheir objectives; recycling; strategics for survival tho works. It's 90 pages long and contains 49 illustrations 32 of them in colour. The book is available a; Informa- tion Canada book stores in Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver, or through your bookseller. Environment Week is October 8 lo 14, Become Informed. Canada i Division SfalcrSlrect -I Ontario K f A 051 )k ice send me: Copies of the English edition and Copies o( the French nrfilion ol ihft book "Canada arid Hie Human It ;il a have rncloscd my ordcf _________ made oui to iho Receiver General of Canada. ork9. rj f ity ilour. nement ;