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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 -THE lETHBRlDGE HERAIO CMobcr 11, Davis eyes Stanfield job TORONTO (CD Ontario Liberal Loader Robert Nixon predicted Tuesday that t're- William Davis will seek within three years if Ihe Con- servatives don't make a credit- able showing in the federal election Oct. 30. lire leadership of the federal! Mr. Nixon said in a prepared Progressive Conservative parly i slatcmcnl lhat Mr. Davis s IVo Socred TKOIS-IUVIEIIKS, Quc. (C'n.I'Cs would consider a coalition _ Robert Stanfield here! with the Socreds if Mr. _ lie has given no thought lo ask- ing Social Credit members to join his parly if the Progressive Conservatives form a minority government. "Frankly, we are out to win this the Conservative leader told a news here. He was commentin Stanfield formed a minority government. But he declined comment on Mr. Thompson's statement that the Conservatives would call a leadership convention if they suffered a decisive defeat in the Oct. 30 election. Mr. Stanfield said on a i Thompson was only replying to conference suceestion bv Robert Thomp- questions from reporters nml son the party's candidate in i noted that the forme.- Social the'British Columbia riding of Credit leader had addjd the Surrey- White Rock, that the Conservatives -----j win. were going to THE PULSE TEST THAT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE! Here's the test, that, tells you whether your heart is getting the right too jimcli, not too little. Devcl- by doctors over 10 years, this "heart-rated" ex- ercise program shows how lo check your pulse at various levels of activity how to pick the right exercise for your age, and condition. Plus chart of suggested activities. Read "The Pulse "Way to Fitness" part of a compelling 3-part feature "YOU AND Youn HEART" in Ihe October Header's Digest. At your newsstand, today! Priests sentenced to jail terms DOBOJ. Yugoslavia CAP) Two Roman Catholic priests have been sentcnctxi to prison terms of and four years for Croatian nationalist activities. Rev. Stipe Jularic and Hev. Ivan Kupresak were charged with falsely presenting the situ- ation in Yugoslavia and attack- ing Yugoslav unity in articles in the extremist Croatian emigre press. The court alsi said they spread false informa tion among Yugoslav workers in Austria. weekend decision to campaign n a I i o n a 11 y for Opposition leader Robert Elantield in- dicates that the Ontario pre- mier wants Mr. Stmu'k'ld's job. Mr. Nixon said George Drew was the last Ontario Tory leader to "take an active in a federal election campaign cm behalf of the national party. It is interesting to note lhat Drew became federal leader two years laler, so that hb> fed- eral assistance became a good way to move on to the national leadership of liis Mr. Nixon said. "The parallel at the present lime is striking. If Boh Staufieli'j doesn't win ttiis only the blindly com- mitted believe he Ihe federal Tories are looking lor a new leader. If history teaches us anything, then we can pre- j iict Bill Davis moving to the ederai leadership of the Con- servative party within three years." Mr. Davis announced on the weekend that he has cancelled his appointments to campaign 'or Mr. Stanfield full-time. Liberals hope to loosen Tory hold on the Prairies at ballot boxes The premier has frequently denied any aspirations for the national office with the obser- vation that he has enough to keep him busy in Ontario. Mailmen told don't vote Liberal WINNIPEG enl billion on goods and irviccs and paid ?178 million properly laxes. Liberal policies saw In- duction of the two-price sys- om for Mgher pries grain used cw marketing tlirusls, pro- rams lo aid Iiog producers and ie dairy industry in addition to asing credit arrangements to How farmers to borrow morn noney to stay in business. Also introduced was a email arms development program, a ISO-million, seven-year plan lesigncd to help young farmers txpand operations and allow ilder farmers lo sell their land at a price high enough to let hem retire in dignity. Mr. Lewis has unveiled ft net 'arm income growth plan under which there would be a guaran- .eed minimum price on all commodities, lower farm costs tlirough lax reform, lower ma- chinery costs, low-cost credit and a halt to rail line abandon- ment. Mr. Stanfield is critical ot the Liberal's Lower Inventory For Tomorow program introduced two years ago to encourage farmers to grow less grain dur- ing a lime of world surpluses. He says there is a world shortage of grain and farmers would have been able to sell it now (o a hungry world mar- ket. Mr. Lewis described the program as "criminal" in a world where one-third of tho population goes hungry each day. Name first woman to cabinet post CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) Premier Alex Campbell today announced a shakeup of his cabinet and the addition of two new ministers, including the first woman cabinet minister in Prince Edward Island's history. The most extensive shuffle since the Liberal government won re-election in June, 1970, came after the resignation of Agriculture Minister Dan Mac- Donald lo run in the federal election and the appointment of Tourism Minister Lome Bon- ell to the Senate. Mrs. Jean Canfield of Cra- paud, first elected to the lepis talure in 1970 to represent 1st Queens, becomes the province's first woman cabinet minister Publisher paroled from jail LEWISBURG. Pa. CAP) Publisher Ralph Ginzburg was paroled from a federal prison farm Tuesday alter serving eight months of a three-year term for dispensing pornogra- phy. "I have fought this case as a matter of principle right from the start, and I do not intend lo give up said the 43-year- old New Yorker. "I will be vin- dicated. I don't care if it takes Government may recoup only NORTH RAY, Onl.