Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
UTHMIDG! _ 13, 1975- Tavlor would turn Social Credit into a 'social reform party' EDMONTON Gordon Tay- lor, provincial Social Credit jiescershi? candidate, says Al- be-ta is b danger of becoming '--js: another welfare state" unless current fiscal policies candidacy, a 15-pcin: platform. in "hich the nain plank balancing the budget. "A great number of the other problenis foBow suit if can solve the financial fiasco existing b Canada today." Mr. Taylor proposed to turn Social Credit into a "social re- fora party designed to increase production and enable oirr coia- koti seople to enjoy the 'abundance." He would use "modem tech- niques" to raise the income of th-e poor, to preserve the rights arc responsibilities oi every in- dividual "3Bd to leave more money in the pockets of the wor- kers "who earn it." If Social Credit the next election, "provincial welfare wculd take on a form able-bodied employables being cut off of benefits if there -was work of any kind available." The old horse of the legis- lature has entered the leader- ship race against three younger n-en. At 62, Mr. Taylor has been an MLA for 32 years while only or.2 of the other three. Robert Clark. 35, has been a member for 12 years. The others, both 40. are John Ludwig, dean of business administration at Al- berta College in Edmonton, and Werner .Schmidt, academic vice president of Lethhridge Cosmiuzat? CoDege. A successor to leader Harry Strom will be chosen at the party's annual meeting here Feb. 1-3. Mr. Strom win con- tinue to sit as the member lor Cypress. The new leader win be taking over a party that was thrown out of office by a dissatisfied electorate Aug. 30. Peter Lougheed's Progressive Con- servatives swept 49 of the "5 seats to end 36 years of Social Credit rule in Alberta. Last spring, Dan Bouvier o! Lac la Biche-McMurray broke ranks to sit as an independent, leaving Social Credit with only 24 seats. The remaining seat is held by Grant New Democratic Party leader. One of the main reasons Mr. Strom gave for resigning as leader was his Gordon Taylor, however, doesn't feel 326 will him or der his chances next February. The Opposition house leader, bachekxr and former school teacher is tenacious in heated legislature debate; a continual thorn in the government's paw. "It may Mr. Taylor re- plied when asked whether bis age would affect his outcome in the leadership race. "But Fa advancing fresh and new poli- cies. "College Mall" Shopping Centre 2025 M.M. Drive 324 Mayor Magroth Drive POTATO CHIPS Humpty Dumpty g DILL PICKLES Heinz Polski or Plain If 48-fi. 02. jar Values Effective 'Til Closing Saturday, Dec, 16, 72. WHOLE MUSHROOMS BRACKS CHOCOLATE the FINEST MEAT and CROSS RIB OR BONELESS BLADE BEEF ROAST Canada Grade 'A' Beef........Ib. BEEF ROAST Canada Grade 'A' Beef Boneless Shoulder WIENERS SwHfs Premium......Mb. Mai Ling 10-fl. 01. tins l CHERRIES UBBY'S CHUNK, CRUSHED OR TIDBITS PINEAPPLE 14 ft ox. MIXED NUTS WHUE SWAN FACIAL LAUNDRY DETERGENT Margarine (No meets) Heinz strained Rcby or Juniors 4-sz. fins for id Detergent "Tw: 2-32 fl. oz. bottles I29 CRISCO v .1 Close Up, red cr lOOillpaSie gresn 150 ml. ft Mcxwell House bonus inst. Coffee Tang ytHreaClieS pkg Dad's choc. choc, mint, iced 6-cx. for Shorteninfl 4 Tfi Coupon stock 3Jfa. tin Mouthwash 12 fl. oi. bottte French's brown pkgs, Saron Cocktail Mixes Kidney Beans 5for 1 iComatton frozen Shoeifring 2-ib. pkgs. 4 orturfce r Acrylic floor polish Future Rug Clwner 24 fl. tin A GOOD SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS CANDY LIMES ALL AT COMPETITIVE PRICES. CREAM CHEESE 1 A i I I BLUE RIBBON COFFEE I I KITCHEN PRIDE FRUIT CAKE "Full o' Fruit and Nuts" Black Diamond Assfd. Flavours 4-oz. pkgs.