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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIDQE HERALD-Wadnwday, Octobar 30, 1974 Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE Multicocal Lens (MULTILUX) Back in her shoes Margaret Trudeau, wife of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, chats with the caretaker of footwear after locating her shoes outside a restaurant in Tokyo Tuesday. Mrs. Trudeau, visiting Tokyo on a private trip, will launch a Canadian super tanker Thursday. There may be bugging news OTTAWA (CP) Some time after Friday some Canadians will receive the surprising news that they have been "bugged by the police. The news will arrive in the mail and be signed by either provincial or federal author- ities. Nobody, at this stage, has any idea how many will receive this news. The letters are called for in the Protection of Privacy Act passed by Parliament last year, which came into effect Aug. 1. Prom that date police were ordered to get a judge's per- mission before planting a wiretap and inform the victim of the bugging 90 days after (he operation is over. The act will be 90 days old Friday, so some time after that letters will go out somewhere in Canada. CAN EXTEND PERIOD The act provides a bit of an escape. Provincial attorneys- general or the federal' solicitor-general can ask a judge for an extension of the 90-day period. This was put in the act to overcome objections from po- lice that even when a bug is removed an investigation can be impaired if the persons bugged is told about it. Justice Minister Otto Lang said Tuesday that he. has heard of no complications developing as the first 90-day period draws to a close. He said he would expect to hear objections if attorneys- general were not granted ex- tensions or did not get exten- sions they considered long enough. The minister said he has not changed his opposition to the section of the legislation, call- ing for the letters. He said there js a significant risk that it could hamper an investigation. The section was almost the cause of a constitutional crisis. Last December the Senate struck out the clause and sent the legislation back to the Commons amended. Opposition members of the Commons were angered over the Senate action and refused to accept the change. The Senate finally backed down and removed its own amendment and passed the legislation as it came out of the Commons. Food substitutes sticky problem OTTAWA (CP) What do you call a sirloin steak made out of soybean protein or an all-vegetable wiener' That's a problem facing the government and delaying in- troduction of such products to supermarkets. Current labelling regulations make it difficult to market total vegetable im- itations of meat products, a consumer affairs department official said Tuesday. Vegetable protein can also be used as an extender for hamburger and other meat products. These products have been on sale for some time us- ing names like soyaburger. But the decision on labelling the complete substitutes is out of the hands of civil servants and with the government, he said. The government is faced with two conflicting positions on the labelling proposal. One train of thought says new names should be found for the products, as in the case of margarine, the name for butter substitute, he said. The other position contends that a descriptive term be used such as soyasausage or soyasteak. ESTABLISHED GUIDES The basic guides for allow- ing vegetable substitutes on the market have already been established by the health protection branch of the health department. The ex- tended or simulated product must have the same nutritional value as the original all-meat product. The delay in implementing the new labelling regulations was criticized last week by Beryl Plumptre, chairman of the food prices review board AGRICULTURE MINISTER WHELAN, LEFT, AND HERB GRAY, STANDING Whelan accuses Gray True-to-life colour, 100% solid state ultra-reliability, electro-glide remote control, automatic tuning. sruup, dear coknir you get on the 30-foot screen at your local movie theatre. Hitachi's negative guard Hack matrix picture tube gives you beautiful, true-to4ife colour, automatically pre-set at the factory. You want absolute reliability? Hitachi has it. It's called 100% solid state circuitry. This is definitely the most reliable and trouble-free system. We dont make any other kind of set (unlike many other You want remote control? Hitachi has it A channel selection remote control that lets you move from channel five to 2" Mitat-tii ?6 wrth Slat1' picture 1 CU-1 lOHrtadfw 10" 3-way Qyiow Portable oiugs AC current wjlh oolional portable 12V battery or car .more. The r_________a luxury console. picnic portabte. Plus all the I extras you want but never even thought of. That's quality. And Hitachi has it. Look for the man wearing this button. in to your nearest Hitachi store and look-for a salesman wearing this button. Hell bring you up to date on aH the finer points of Hitachi quality. And heU make sure you get the best value for your dollars; HITACHI Thebestinsight-HitaoSihasitSeeyourdederendgetW Smith's Color TV 236-13th Street NU Smith's Color TV Coatdato, ARwrta Fairfield TV 'A Appliance Southern Alberta Co-op Stores UIMnidge, Picture mw! of using secret data OTTAWA (CP) Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan re- sponded with anger and ac- cusations Tuesday to suggestions by former con- sumer affairs'minister Herb Gray that overly-high egg prices have led fanners to over-produce eggs. Following a morning ses- sion of the special Commons committee studying egg marketing, Mr. Whelan accus- ed Mr. Gray of using secret cabinet information as the 'basis for the suggestions, arguing that it was unfair fur a former cabinet minister to make such matters public Mr. Gray replied that his questioning was based solely on public material, arguing that there appeared to be an obvious link between high prices for eggs and over- production. If prices hadn't been as high, he said, farmers would not have over-produced. His comments were made in the context of the committee's study of the reasons for the destruction of millions of eggs bought as surplus by the Cana- dian Egg Marketing Agency then left to rot in improper storage. The egg committee met twice during the day, questioning Mr. Whelan dur- ing the morning and National Farm Products Marketing Council representatives dur- ing the afternoon. Now a Staff of People and 2 Stores to Sorvo You at VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS_ 904 7th Ava. S. AND Phona329-4545 VANTA'S RANCHLAND 5th Ava. Waatmfciatar Plaza ____________________Phoiia32B4K37 YOUR FREEZER BEEF EXPERTS. ALL BEEF AT VANTA'S IS GOVERNMENT CAN AD A GRADE A NO.'a 1, or 4 RED BRAND BEEF Ih. ALL BEEF IS CUT, WRAPPED AND OUICK-SHARP-FROZEN. COMPLETELY CUT ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN SPECIFICATIONS. ALL BEEF SAUSAGE AND BEEF PATTIES INCLUDED. Ash your friends about the service and quality at Vanta's Meats then join them in their success about meat buying at Vanta's Meats. It's your low priced store remember. WHOLE GiniGKS OF QJtADCAaEEF YOUR IXTRA SPECIALS THIS WHK ONLY 1 PKtSaMMvSlMk 0. FrnkUWvCattai 2. Wnntelaiil a, IS1 7. FnsfcCMctMlTMts 3. PMHmylpnM m 8. FrwHWdwUp 4. FutCHpJ 9. FrtrtWctoiWian 5. tot Samp uan If 10. n, tt> 1" AT VANTA'S YOU GET QUALITY AND LOW PRICES. GOOD OLD FASHIONED PRICES FOR VALUABLE MEAT SAFE AT VANTA'S AND SAVE TO BUY. PERSONAL SERVICE. 11. PriMMtlMl 14. 15. 1" 1" ft RMKHSTflEIUMS n> IT ALL OCUC ATCSStM IN FULL SUPPLY. YAWS CANADA FANCY mmitaamKmnmmmmmnmmjmiiiamntxmamm OMUTY. ePJPlETE TWST, ONI SWPBS, SftfE MVM. FMITASTOMJ.Y ECOMMCULT (MUCH STTIE PMMCTS. M KEF AUfT THAT. FINANCING POSSIBLE AT ONLY INTEREST ANNUALLY. ALSO THERE YOU SEE YOUR SAVINGS IN DEALING AT VANTA'S. SHOP VANTA'S ECONOMY 3Z9-4545 SHOP VANTA'S NANCHLAND MEATS-PHONE 328-0637 ;