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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ANNE workers. Now they employ and it is in Lille last week unemployed was have discouraged firms C C by 19H3 the mines wilt "even if certain still lingers, even in The recent visit inactive. The official were apparent" was in centres, which means Prime Minister, for the unemployed dramatic. He srrid that man worthy of the to the north 1972 in the two of Jocal do a job of work. there is unlikely to ho has highlighted the ising problem of is over Even conservative encourage workers to attend courses for at the labour exchange is an admission of defeat. improvement before tho such as LES and assured them makes it difficult to with Britain's one million unemployed the that although new jobs arc planned for this local administration had been allocated the accurate unemployment solve France's economic out of work 1975, between to create these recent increase in may seem derisory, people in the they were follows the figures reached this total vithin a year from dying mining, and changing steel industries creates a traumatic feeling in growth of private investment in industry. After is required, involving n jobless by then, with English jokes about vears in 19G9 and 1970, 1947 coalmines in the young people the dole do not slowed clown in deportments of the age every French. A radio the signs are that 1972 the Pas du Calais prime minister said in noted this week that the diminution. Pay of monetary stability. fr _ PSST! WANNA JOIN MY CLUB Mickey Mouse and Arcland Scotl, 2, talk over a few ihmgs during Mickey's visit to the Ontario Crippled Children's Centre in Toronto Monday. Mickey, along with other stars of Disney on Parade show which starts in Toronto March 20, stopped by the centre as well as the Hospital for Sick Children. (CP Wire photo) The electioneering scene Security requirements may alter the pattern The LctKbrldgc Herald 'Jiird Section Lelhbridgo, Alberta, Thursday, March ]G, 1972 PAGES 23-30 France's jobless figure rising Here's your HQ for Quality Engineered Dodge Colt is the tough little car thats big on dependability. Its strength starts with unitizcd construction, a design feature that combines body and frame inlo one solid, safe unit. Before Colt could be announced it had to prove itself over some of the toughest roads and drivii conditions in the world. Dodge Colt is a lot of car with such standard features as: front disc brakes; flow-through ventilation; reclining bucket seats (except adjustable steering column; overhead cam mini-Hemi engine; fully synchronized four-on-the-floor, inside hood release; and a trunk lid that works as a radio antenna. How's that for (he complete little car. 'Headquarters By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Increased secur- ity requirements could change the electioneering pattern in the upcoming general election this spring or fall. The emphasis wtil probably shift towards more television appearances and fewer public appearances, a spokesman [or the National Liberal Federa- tion said today. In 1968 Prime Minister Pi- erre Tnideau macie many pub- lic appearances in which he was completely surrounded by crowds as he stepped d o w n from temporary platforms erected at shopping centres. Often he was nearly swept off his feet by pushing and shoving throngs as he made his way out of large auditoriums or halls following an e 1 e c t o n spcecli. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, responsible for the s.ifc ty and security of the prime minister has stressed the need for greater security measures to prr.tcct visiting VIP's end thp prime minister following t b e recent incident in which Soviet Premier Alr-xei Kosygin was at- tacked on parliament hill. The need for increased security has heen (inly nokd by the primp minister's office. Ths Liberal Federation in its pre-election planning has been giving considerable thought, to the security aspects of the com- ing election campaign. How- ever no firm decision iias been made as yet as (o what form (lie campaign should take. Certainly Ihere will be more security personnel! assigned la the prime minister's parly v.hen iic makes public appear- ances and mingles with tho crowds. All politicians like to mingle wilh the volers during an election campaign. They I'ke to "meet Ibo people" and Mr. Trudcaii has become in- ereasingly adept at this style of campaigning lost much of liis initial shyness. Recent pre-election trips that Jlr. Tnideau lias made to dif- ferent, regions have been in the form cf trial runs. If they can be fatten as a guide to how the Liberals mil lay out the cam- paign for the prime minister it can be assumed he will do much of his travelling by air, with several side trips laid on by automobile and helicopter. Ilmvevor wifh the PMO now mere sccuri conscious it could mean an end to the free ami easy type of campaigning when in the past tho primo minister has often been left on his own (o plunge into crowds, there wilt be twto if not more security staff with him al all times. ATTITUDE ENDS The seventies have marked the end of the easy going at- titude that prime ministers in Canada adopted toward ming- ling with the public. Last year saw a high iron fence thrown up around the official resi- dence of the prime minister on Sussex street. In (he past it had been only guarded by a tow hedge or bushes with Mounted Police on duty on UK grounds. Now there is a forbidding iron barrier and more Mounties on patrol. The days are long gone when residents of Ottawa thought little of passing a prime min- ister strolling down Wellington street or Sussex street. Mr. and Mrs. John Diefenbaker and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pearson used to take strolls down the streets bordering the official residence. Available in coupe-. 4 door Station Wagon door Hardtop and 4 door Sedan. It's the lowest priced line of Dodge cars going. Dodge CHRYSLER CAM ADA IIO our super baby. Trans-Canada Telephone System get a bigger steak with the money you ODD rates. 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