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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Juiw 1, 1974 THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD-9 Politicians big link in housing chain MONTREAL (CP) Political inaction was singled out at a world housing conference meeting in Montreal this week as the major obstacle to ending hous- ing shortages. But Oktay Ural, president of the International Association for Housing Science, said Friday he is confident the growing housing problem can be solved. The alternative was social chaos. Professor Ural, construction division director at Florida International University, said in an interview that only stringer c population control and firm political measures can cope with a housing situation that is as serious as the food and energy crises. Earlier this week, the inter- national symposium on low- cost housing problems was told by United Nations housing Samy Chamecki that the world housing deficit in urban areas alone is growing by four to five million units a year. The symposium ended Friday. Mr. Chamecki said the in- creasingly serious housing problem must be brought to the attention of the public so people will push their governments to action. Calgary Mayor Rod Sykes said Thursday federal-provin- cial squabbling is denying many Canadians adequate housing. There was a "war for power and greed" between the senior levels of government. Other delegates echoed this view that strong political measures must be taken to deal with housing. Prof. Ural said politicians are "the most important link in the chain." "If they fumble the ball, the game is he said. The Turkish-born housing expert launched the first international symposium in 1970 It was followed by a second conference in St. Louis, Mo., in 1972 and this week's meeting in Montreal. The symposiums have given birth to the international hous- ing science association which includes engineers, social scientists and government officials. Prof. Ural said the problems of growing population and mass migration to cities from rural areas must be dealt with if the housing issue is to become manageable. The housing crisis in some developing countries was becoming a major social problem. New labor minister named TORONTO (CP) Toronto lawyer John MacBeth Friday was named Ontario's new labor minister. Mr MacBeth, 52, ronto York West) replaces Fern Guindon. who is resigning to run in the eastern Ontario riding of Stormont- Dundas in the federal election. The new labor minister was first elected to the legislature in 1971, but is a veteran politician. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th 8. PhOM 327-1541 Mounties in Germany West German President Gustav Heinemann pats the horse of one of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police during the Mounties' visit to Bonn Friday. 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Within a few days, printed copies will be sent to the household of each urban elector, whose name is on the list. Now is the time to check the posted copy to see if your name has been included, or if there is an error in the listing of your name, address or occupation. If you wish to vote on polling day, now is the time to have these errors corrected. Simply call the telephone number listed at the bottom of this advertisement, to find out the name and telephone number of your returning officer In that way you can ensure that the necessary corrections are made so that you will be eligible to vote on July 8th If you live in a rural area... In a rural polling division, the enumerator who prepared the list does Ihe revision and he is the one to see. This handy pamphlet gives you all the details. For additional inforrnalion. consult this handy that was recently delivered 1o your home !t gives you complete eleciion procedure details Remember...you can't vote in an urban polling division unless your name is on the list! For further information: if you live in Lethbridge Telephone 328-0552 328-0653 in all other your telephone company directory assistance operator Tms published by the Chiel Electoral Otticer oi Canada Elections Canada 2A-T ;