Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
AM) AMBITIOUS' 7hts 5efurdery In Magazine Cantfdca May Be The Best Country in The world To Live In [f vof t'ews: C'-VOTSS, more sosce, less c-me. a-d ict? o: TV; a-s of tne gooa h J. recent sfjcv bv The Ecc-.c-rist, the rr.jcn-re- spected British business magazine. Be The Boss Of Your Body Doctors are -'-riding vo'j exert tro' ovc-" vo-j- bra'n. bod'-y functions. son on what might turn out to be the medical revolution of our time. He Works Decorating Magic Toronto's Rober Di'ste'n, one or' Canada's nost- vvanted sax; he'c r.-.'r.e- as cheap. The NHl's Prize "No Goal" Andy O R.-er p'e of e-o- r-. 2- NH. -i: Rice Is Nice ciai rice seines Pcrv- and R-ce. Wieners And R'ce-. R ;.e Mex'cao Rice. Plus Weekend's s'jrr-sr hpacnv.far p-s1. -e1.1.' a-d Paul Grifrith's phoiogrdpni or Bniish Co.Lirnbia caves. The Lethbridge Herald Schmidt prefers 'team approach'' ar.o iv.pahie arinva-- who Premier Lougnepvi ;o: middle and upper mid- volt- 'osmi ;re Eriniomon Fel- "VP.; 'o Miniver PC-; HiTiO- in las', uroviii- r-.r.i election. ?av V.i Pchnvd: was 100 poshed ac-arieir-K1. en fr head? oi manv i. 01 He has !oreo do'.vn me pnv fessiona: iraase in his campaJgn for ihe provincial Social Credil Folksv r.p sreois pwpi? "nth s hearty haTidshake. a smiie fi-n s friendly hello He often opens speeche? and a few on a joke. Uie Premier Loueneed. YT rapidly profasfipns] ]ad principal, -Vet, chief e.tecurive office nTr. .'v'hjnidi prefers ine "team sp- proLich" mrh hih.seh" ?.t the helm picking the from aiui p'.n.iug K into a Hi> r s ;n LI a n liferar.rp "In ail Uie execuuve po-iiiont; heid. I e aiws> s fc.Lir-d i; possible to a ieam approach, support- ed by a very rewarding loyalty cmong ream members. "The challenaing and p-xen- faced. required but rilp-omniic frxinse Those siuie'ions rrsoJi A: mirdmiim of conflJc1; ar.d a minimum loss of eood will." ,'o'in Loevren. a L-eii-ib.ndEe and Inns i-me friend worirjis 10 suppon for the Senm'ri? in Mr. Schmidi's cam- paign i' intesrity. noiuu-pment Mr. Spenkf r. !17, MLA for Lit lie with Bob Clark and T.ordon Taylor dS a possible ruixt leader. Mr. Speaker U popular and csoable, but is "too nice a giiy" for the firm decision-making required of R political leader, Mr I.oeuen. Finn doubt M: Schmid: -ha: '5-ren nf of otf ''Tf Werr.er Schmid- ?avi wmethuiE will be done fr.ere'F no rioiibi thst n uil: be dore." Loe'.ver "He hs? in- tirmcipie? he csn decisions Sdid r'.e rssve Kay Speak- :o rm er fccred wci rie- miriFter 'cr Mr. Sohmid: '''.51- rur-TiLng for the 5esd- ership TD WpiTer can rase firm si iind and step on toes w ;'pn i hey need to be stepped on." he said. a public meeting In Lerh- bndge earlier thi5 monih ri'e o: -er 'hreo lesdei-shJp raid'.- rime? ;r for closer rie> Aiberta arxi federal Social Credil pannes. NTr. Schmidi. however, said h'ke 10 know more a hour why ihe faction? were st odd? before working for a closer sliiance. no: used to huylne s pie in 5 poke and I'm not starring now." he declared. It maT have won any sup- porters bur it left en impress! nn chat the man has conviction Mr. Schmidt, rhe first dsie to hiraseb' for "he leadership, has picked up some in Mr. Bill Wyse. for Kai-Reocliff. snd -Ioha5or.. president of the Al- Sx'51, Creout WPO ell '.akinc an Fnrr In campaiEn. They could bp new far-p rn TT- a barll> in nped of Mr Schmidt promoiw tlw iisunl lisi of Social Credit prin- ciples, adding one of his own --'.he need to promote the family." As he pu's it: "rhe strona and wholesome family is rro-; efiecii1. e and efficient ay 10 urinciples from one generation ;o anorher. the of a province or coun- if- as great a? the spir- Ir.is! strengih of its Mr Schmidt has also called fo- a session of ihe legislature o ;e- oiitdaied lesiiiation off ;r? s of welfare communica- von a_nH 'he public, snd a complete re- vr.inpins of rhe collective bar- gairJ-ie process. He puzzled many by announc- lie would not seek a sear in n b> election, preferring to wait iirril the next general election couid c-e 1975. However. Mr Schmidt has leu himself open on the ques- tjon saying he would reconsid- er if :here were enough pres- FJTP from nithiD Ihe parfr. Ki? explanation rhat vn'er? usually favor the gov- p-r.me.-t party in 3 b> election. He hn? been s pari> member and of Social fp- nearly 2'1 years Bnn :T- "son of a ro- farm f--nm school Sohrnin'. form-r iescher. two be "o ro In the ".iv-x: there before YEARS FREE REPLACEMENT WITHIN 18 MONTHS Extra duty Polypropylene Battery walls ara thinner yet stronger than rubber. Premium Extra Duty has more rcom tor more ac'd rriore plates !ris mesrs more power Will your battery last tne winter? See us. now1 23" 25" Guardsman Motor for 01 'ofQ i yo j o-vn or ai1 rn' requirement Tco Amp for 12 volt p r ;5 o o-s 05 nnd up fc a; you cflt 'flfi fin Mtlsfnctjon or refunded nnd free protects you errery inch Crf STATION Thursday Ctnlro Bom <5 6 p m Oaily and Friday until 9 p m 3nd nnH 13lh St.