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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta __Ssiuiday, 16, 1972 THE HEKAID 29 Manitoba's laws toughest on political donations By THE CANADIAN PIIESS I mi Hatfield of New Brunswick The Ontario gwernment's de- taid his government is cocisJd- to force political parties to reveal all corporate dona- tions still may leave Manitoba as the province with the most "I'd be more amenable to limiting the size donations ering the issue of campaign ex- than to disclosing said ises. i Mr. Goodman, former COG- I think the answer Is not Etrvative national organizer. pensts. met with public disclosure but stringent disclosure laws, j rather with legislation which Premier William Davis an- j controls the cost of political nounced that he will introduce i campaigning and contributes to legislation before the next pro-, the cost of those i vincial election requiring pub- he said. j lie disclosure by political par-1 DIFFERS es of all furras donated by pn- I ate and public In Halifax, Provincial Secre- j .ails were cot revealed. tary GarT.el Brawn said it is un-1 Manitoba now is the only likely legislation similar to that x-vince which requires its po- proposed by Ontario will be itical parties to reveal after enacted in Nova because each election all individual do- there are lew large contributors nations over S1W. Trie province in the province, also demands as annual so "I don't think we're in the counting -A a'l contributions of ssme ball he- said, more than We're a very small province British Columbia requires its end most of tbe large business jolitical parties to disclose the concerns aren't centred in this uaount they spent in election part of the country." campaigns, does not require I n Saskatoon, opposition IN-FLIGHT REFUELLING Canadian Forces CF-5 Freedom Fight- ers suck thirstily al the fuel load aboard a Seeing 707 flying tanker near CFB Cola1 in northeoslern Alberto. The tanker is from 437 Transport Squadron al Trenton, Ont., while the CF-5s are from Tactical Fighters Squadron at Cold lake. New state secretary follows set directions By JEAN-GUY CARRIER education, Opportunities for changing the status OTT'Vr' fCP) If anyone' Yojth, citizenship, cultural sup- There has been criticism in Cv. federal cabinet came i port, the Canadian Broad- fr.e program teeause on IS-e tte act after the head- castmg Corporation, toe Canada the absence of control by KKT it was Hugh Faulkner, i Council and other cultural j federal Government over the who has repiaced Gerard Petle- agencies, tier K secretiry of state. SAGGING one of the most hem to Eame heir funds. The federal government, and he remaining seven provinces disclosure laws leader Dave Steuart said On- tario's proposed legislation is to argue against" in PKAISE5 DECISION Gordon B-igden. Onlario NDP organizer, siid Mr. Ua'.is1 an- nouncement "so'jrrf.'i like a in the rigiit direction. 1 think the public has a right to Vr'here the cornes from." j Richard natioaal I president of the Liberal Feder- jalim of Canada, said Mr. Davis1 move is "what we've been asking for a long time." and added that rw hoped it i would be matched by a re-in- (reduction of similar legislation. Daiton Camp, chairman of a government appointed com- i mittee that wiil study political i party financing in Ontario, said he has changed his mind abvjl i A year ago, he said, he was Even if' they pass a law like j president of the for, the national on far aid New Ontario Democratic 1 rnore e'.idence than anyone has welcomed at the moment." of irifluer.tisl nwrnbers of the Tnjdeau govemmtrit, raised the iriat of state- to a big- TT. His aren t sagging under the_ weight but there's an j urgency m his manrx-r which goi'emment over use of the grants by the prov- inces. The success of tbe present program was being evaluated, a the results will indicate tbe depa-tment should Hijack list grows By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto in December, 1863. Until Thursday's hijacking of j In September of that year, i a plane at Wabusb, Nfld., the man identified as Del last hijacking incident involving Thomas mjaeked a Wein Con- Canada occurred Nov. 24 when solidated Airlines plane out of a deranged man seized an Air AfUr Canada plane at rrarikrurt, Germany. Viktor Widera, 63, took over the DC-8 as it was parked on a runway with only stewardess Margit Sommer aboard. The 31 this year, legislation on electioD finances was in- Liberal troduced in the House of Corn- i parties _ moos but with- the dissolution; Premier Davis' announcement, i Otoer metnoers are Douglas of Parliament for the Oct. 30 while Progressive Conservative Fisher, a former NDP member federal election the proposed i fund-raiser Edwin Goodman of Parliament, and Farquhar 1 ledstation died on K-1 said donations should be kept as Oliver, a fo-mer leader of the j pjr secret as a ballot. Ontario Liberal party. j Its basic aim was to provide I some government Dnascicg for candidates and limit spending by individual candidates. The i question of corporate donations j been allowed to disembark at Anchorage, the plane with five crew members as hostages flew to Vancouver where it was refuelled for a non-stop flight to Cuba. indicates that evsi two years as j its money in future, Mr. from a position of relative ob- scurity. I His s-'jccessor is a rookie in i the cabinet, little known nation- i ally although highly rated around Ottawa and in his home riding of Peterboro'jgh. Ont., since becoming an ifP in bachelor who was a teacher in PeMstjOTOugh. tan usually 'M glimpsed on the days as he seeks to grasp the msny ter.drils of the policies be- queathed him by Pelletier. Even his conversations occur at double time, and the impres- sion is cf a gsur.t man EtrairJrg tfolio he believes "Is in many v, ays a measure of the soul of this government secretary didn't prepare rern for everything- llr. Faulkner's first steps on his own are set firmly in the CHANGES IN OFY Faulkner, directly Montreal employee----------------- in the plane for 24 n -i -i lice killed the Zo-year-Oltt On Nov. 11 the largest hijack j ransom in aviation history, million, centred on Toronto In-! temational Airport. A Southern; alter a Airways DC-9 was left untouched. Premier Dave Barrett oi Brit- j ish Columbia said during his i election campaign last August that bis government wo-jld bring In the toughest ccofiiciJ'jf- interest legislation in Canada. But Eioce his sweeping victory, he has not mentioned the sub- ject In Frederfctcn, Premier PJch- THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT! Tucked in that portfolio are I CAN DO MORE Canada, is ir, a ujiioue'posi- third year of program as you (ion to tffect the evolution of of- ..tad tr.e first >ear. fieial culture in tre cw-'ry Projects suco as taase m- and an intention with seniw atl' to do so. retarded, wlucn ern- for such "Mwe can be done in areas phasize commuriity beneat ana grams as grants for bilingual i such as grant; to Canadian he said and announced as orie of hU goals greater ''support of authentic Canadian expression." "We should move away from boTTOvring from foreign cul- tures, not to the of ning s dosed shop betterment, will be favored. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD S-lbi. (Normal Garments) PRE-SPOTTEO By Our Attendant He also wwjld like to see ja- money. On Nov. 12, 1ST71, an Air Can- ito find she could see aiter e'gh! years' bliridr.ess. M-S5 van Lent was born blind in one eye and lost sight in the other eight years ago when it was accidentally pierced by a knitting needle. Normally, she never bothered j gary later was sentenced to life to turn on the bedroom light, for the offence. i and she has no idea wbat made A lone hijacker aboard a her wake and do so for the first flight from Thunder Bay, Ont., j time since she went completely to Toronto commandeered an blind. She can now see with tire Air Canada plane Dec. 25, eye that was injured, end, after allowing 'a. passen-1 Her father, H. J. van Lent, SEWING MACHIN! gers to disembark, kern the i told ttrsirien: "What a won- crew as hostage for a flight to Iderful Christmas we're going to Cuba. 1 have. It's a miracle." in OFY projects. "If Cuba was also the destination A specialist. however, there bar vnll cv.t a'rxyjt S75 miliion. "The prcr.inces are making Important moves in bilingual- 1 Mr. Faulkner said. "1 j dont detect arry resistance to the principles, no ill will. If there's it's in pace of there's always a resistance to Econorjiist Milton was reported in satisfactory cor.rjjt.ion Friday after open heart rorgery, Mayo Clinic georis performed the operation in St. Mary's Hospital. Fried- has sufferel from coro- artery disease. Friedman, Cnicag'o. is a pro'essnr of economics at the University cf. chicaso, 8 magazine col- a COIBUHant to the vizon administration. KinqlanoL, lilcrediln INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNS JACK WAREURTON 5 07 A 7th STREET SOUTH We Can Help You ARE YOU FILING A CLAIM FOR UNEMPLOYMENT IN- SURANCE BENEFIT? IF YOU ARE, WE NEED YOUR SEP- ARATION CERTIFICATE, WHICH IS YOUR RECORD OF EMPLOYMENT. 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