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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday.September THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Democrats face big challenge New York Times Service STOCKHOLM The Social Democratic Party, in power here for 41 years, is lacing its most serious challenge in vears in an election campaign that has stined the hopes of the opposition, if not the im- agination of the Swedes The polls show that the government ol Premier Olaf Palme is in deep trouble and may well be ousted by a coali- tion ol three non-socialist par- ties The contending politicians, including Palme himself, are hesitant to predict anything except that Sunday's voting should be a photo finish "When a party has been in power as long as we have, even slight unhappmess can be magnified." said Palme in an interview in his office. "It's not the first time we have had our backs to the wall They said we would lose before In looking to Sunday, the best Palme could say was touch and go But he exud- ed confidence that the party- was gaining giound in the campaign's closing days and some independent experts agreed Aligned against the Social Democrats in the voting are the growing Center Party, the Liberals and the Conser- vatives who now call themselves Moderates Thev Libt't'lurian pitilosophy No taxes under new party Young Uberals Former Newfoundland premier, Joey Smallwood, listens as Prime Minister Trudeau addresses a meeting of the Canadian Student Liberals in Ottawa Friday. Student Liberals were meeting as part of a three-day national Liberal Party conven- tion. dollars spenl annually Lotteries big business deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers Because our experience has shown that abstainers have accidents fewer home tiros That s why we can m- ,uif for loss l( you i non drinker can .ifford not to look Into Abst.'iniois insurance for your home1 HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY Bv ELMO CIPRIETTI CP Statt Writer Lotteries in Canada have become a billion-dollar busi- ness an average profit ot 60 per rent, lax-free, with thou- sands ol volunteer salesmen