Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
32 Tut IcTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday. January 31, 1973----------------- No better suit value anywhere! A great selection of handsome tweeds, twills, plaids or plains in every imag- inable colour. All styles. All sizes. So don't miss out on this one! Compare at and up 2-PANT SUITS Tor tie EOT; v.-no cnre; less for tie fasiion details rut wants a suit to weal well for a Iczg iixe. Huge selec- tion of colcnrs, pGriems end sizes. Compare at DRESS SHIRTS A great c: fascus pake: long-sleeved aress shirts. Muiri-col- oured reai jcci- quarts czd soLcs or dark shades. Azd Jo i-sll c. ths Manufactured to sell at up to S12.00 MADE-TO-MEASURE SUITS AND UP The firs; grec: vaiua of 1973! And A huge selectiDn of rweeds, wor- steds nar.v vriih, very currant detailing (patch pockets, plectsd tacks, etc.) A se'iecucn ci hlczers included. Compare at SG9.50 The rznds-io-measuis value any.vhere. Tci'rjrsd in cur cvm fac- scve ycu !he very iss: c.cir.j. cf Inrsst patterrj cr.d srades. Herr. sl-10.00 A cf siacis in the latest and worsted fabrics. Yet: tha] Ycu the srv-ie. You pir. rtmnir.E on the in- side track in the Social Credit leadership race. For 12 years in the Alberta legislature he has run with the pack sometimes with distinc- tion but mere often than not, ES a capable, but quiet poliii- I cian on the rise. With Harry Strom's announc- I ed retirement. >tr. Clark has caught fire and moved out front. He has shed a faulterug and at tines country bumpkin raaD- for a confident and often witty public spe.iking style. Challenged during a recent, speech in Lethbridge to explain v.'bether a revitalized Socred parry would have much in com- mon sith the Liberals. Mr. I Clark retorted ''I'm sorry but there are so fev.- Liberal is Al- berta I can't say I know what their poitdes are.1' It's a refreshing change for the ferrr.er Carstairs school vho came to the legis- lature at the tender ase of 23 ftightened almost out of hii "its about speaking out before the public. He still finds speaking to the large legislative assembly less than comforting. "It's a very hard place to speak in." he confessed in an interview. ''It's so big. you get the feeling nobody is listening. Fec-ple are talking, passing notes, walking in and out With his own new-found ag- gressiveness. Mr. Clark wants the Social Credit party to get rid of the low profile it has kept in recent years. To return as a political force to be reckoned with. Social Crecit broaden its base of support to include more VO-JT.E: people and new mem- bers be said. Oyer-coiifideut "In the last election the party was cver-conf idettt. Sotr.e Ln :he rarks fe'.t w-e had some divire to mJe and over the years Social Credit hasn't dose a ccod job to ir.vo'.ve ir. the vrna; puts Mr. Ciirk out frcrt in'trc rentes', tor Mr. Stroci's job is that this TOT found personality CEDS an rcacv irr.rjTesstve set ot crc- dertisb. On paper made sc-nse rr.or.th? aro when members of the C4-MLA Sacred started recj- Isrly ha runte as the rev. '.f M.-.r.y of the r.e-.v Soorod MLAs Geo-ce Le-i T-'- par.' and Soy -Calrarj' for instar.ce have declared thei- suripcrt for Clsrk ar.d ethers are Vrr.o'.vn to be in his car.p. saving their arj'iO'j.tceG s-rror for the leadership cor.vectim next rr.c-Lh. Mr. Clari. a supporter of Mr. at the last leadership convention in knows that t'-i? -rind of inside support will be extremely valuable on the He has been something of the favtrtte son ever sr.ce he step- ;rtn ;he arena in a hye'.ection in Li then prerr.ier Ernest called on the young- est merr.be7 of the Alberta teg- is'r.ttre to set up a new ntettt of youth. A fe-.v davs after taking of- in Mr. St.v- handed Mr. Clark tlie r-r-folio a jot he 7-th corstderable skill, lifting I plemcr.ted a modern "procram j budr'ii-is" (crrr.'jla into the 1 department administration, srt up education research prnlects the report into ron-Cana- rontcr.t in oii'ic.-.lion. Mr. Clark described hinve'.f as "very pro-C.inadian'' ,ir.d has advocated grtatcr local con-, the and so- T-. r str.-iter.c'-.'.ly-tirned fer- ot statements (i'.irir.r: his around-tne- car.tpatp. hs? has also eal'.ed for prolec- t-'cn. reforms and recon- sMer.itieiri of the role of govern- ment. rtore than any of !V' rther c.indid.ites in tlie leadersr.ip race. Mr. rhrk's U directed to yo-'h. The yo'xi? tend naturally to be nny rrrnv.Tl in he said. So become thp p.'.rly c.in cnp'.urc this force and allow it lo mould ollern.itive poJcJcs.