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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LE1HBR1DGE HERALD Ttiundoy, Otlobcr 19, 1973 Tories would Ve-establisli rapport; between Canada and U.S. By V1CTOK MACKIK llrr.-ild Ottawa Hmrnii OTTAWA A Progressive Conservative government in Ot- tawa would work with Ihu vStales lo form a joint economic commission to con- duct specialized studies and lo consult on economic policies, according to the platform announced hv National Lender Stnnticld. A severe deterioration of Ca- nadian-U.S. relations has re- sulted, in part, from neplcct by tlie Tnicleau government. Us failure to seek the estab- lishment of more effective channels for discussion aimed at greater rappoil between Uiu two countries has eroded the friendship r-clwtvn Hie two na- tions, charges the Conservative policy paper on Canatta-U.S. re- lations. A Conservative government Is prepared to impose tem- porary wage find price controls if UK inflation and unemploy- ment problems become increas- iiifjly severe, the policy paper would also aim al encouraging on unemployment stales. [more nctivity by tlie Canada- Thc of protection-' U'S- parliamentary committee which now meoLs Infrequently ist nHcctmg inter- nulioiKLl trade on lioth sides ot Hie Atlantic is noted. 1'olicies must be adopted, said Ibfi I'.C. icy program, to meet and cope trends other- wise Canada will experience a serious setback her trading fcrtlim'S. Ttic Conservatives would net, if in power, lo have Canada take a lead in intcrmilional lu- to cnamtnin the fullest and freest flow n[ trade, said the party's paper on international trade-. The economic commission proposed by the Conservatives would be ji continual source of information alwul Ihc U.S. in- tent ions. U would provide a useful channel for Uiis country to put forward Canadian views before policy decisions nftecl- imd :it irregular intervals. The Tories said it would meet more regularly and otic of its jolts would be lo i-cl guides for both countries in the Implementation of policies that affect one on- other. The party in its program said: should concen- trate upon (lie sale of our nian- ufaetircd goods and renewable resources. We must approach with caution lo sell our non-renewable natural re- sources. must devise Its own on-going strategy to achieve our economic goals. !a should stop muddling through with piecemeal un- coordinated government pro- -l-1 prams which merely respond to in! the policies of the U.S. or other ing Canada are made public the U.S. A Conservative government I -A comprehensive and s Pc closely related to the devel- opment of an overall Ludustria' strategy for Canada Reared to h c country's, cmpbymcn1 needs and to the growth of th( country's less developed re gions. On Parliament the Con scrvatlve policy favour changes in parliamentan procedures lhat will smooth the legislative process. Iloweve: the changes musl not "muzzle" MP's iii Ihcir role as represen- tatives of the people. The parly protests Hie in- creased power of Ihc prime minister and Ills entourage and the grenler power of Ihe cabi- net. The program calls for a more reasonable balance be- tween the power of the P.M. and the authority o[ Parlia- ment. The program would strengthen the committee sys- tem. A Conservative government give high priority to Ihe cs- ahliphmcnt of a fully co-ordi- ated science policy. In that olicy it would establish a close nk between it and the eco- omlc policies. II will give en- luragement to scientific acliv- ics most closely related to Ihc reduction of social and cco- omic goods and services. In ihe role of women the PC arty stales changes musl be iade to guarantee In law the ight of Canadian women to tjual rights witb men and, as a orollaiy, equal responsibilities. t will amend the Fair Employ ,en[ Practices Acl to make ure women are not subject to It will amenc ne Divorce Act to reduce to ne year the present three-year eparatioi: period as a grount or divorce. The Conservatives believe Canada should begin now lo de- a national athletic strategy 0 improve physical fitness am Canada's preparedness lor in ernalional sporls competition 1 promises to substitute a fully co-ordinated, adequately fi POLARIZED LENSES POLARIZED LENSES com- pletely eliminate annoying glare Iron water high- ways' anil beaches. And now you can hava them in your own pre- scripiiont Dnvn more ty. See mere clearly. Fram- ed in cur 7ingy new plat- leis, squares, ovals or octagon a. Ord cr ihtm Phone 327-5949 of nanccd sports program [or tlio top-gap short term measures o( llic TmrVjau government. On voulli (he policy calls ror the eslablishmcnL of n youth employment section In the de- partment ol manpower. In ad- lition a Conservative Eovern" mcnt would set up, as a sliOri- .erm measure, a network of v o u L n manpower centres, closely mlh exist- ing manpower centres and staffed with spatially trained personnel. As a long Icrm employment scheme it pledged a scrvative government would es- tablish n Canadian Youth Em- ploycnt Directorate. It would act as a type of careers com- mission, exploring ways of re- laling Hie educational programs of the provinces to the efforts of the Moral government in creating jievv jobs anrV indus- trial development. For native peoples a PC gov- ernment v.-Qiikl work to remedy the present "outrageous treat- ment" of Canadian native peo- ples through policies that re- spect their cultural heritage. H would undertake lo seltle [airly the outstanding aboriginal and treaty claims. There would lie legislative settlement o[ dis- puted claims. II would set up an "action task force" In consultation wilh native The group would determine flic govern- ment's responsibilities and rec- ommend action to ensure better housing, job placement, voca- tional training, education [acll- ilies and living conditions, ESTATE AUCTION SALE Of TUNNEY'S BODY SHOP 110 First Avenue, DOWNTOWN BROOKS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21st AT 11 A.M. SHARP office furnilure, low I ruck, ek, 1964 Mercuiy 500 low truck complete wilh Holmei 500 and dolliei, exlra chains, snatch block, chocki, cable and wheel chains. 1964 Chcv. Impala VB autainalic, P.5. and P.O. (dam- aged in large OeVilbfss twin cylinder air compressor with 5 h.p. motor; 180 amp- Miller welder, model M180-P; Marquetle spot welder; Bearcat Bulldozer (heavy Welding carl and equipment; Bat lory charger, 6 and 12 volt; Hydraulic bumper pack; 2 floor jacVi; Tap and die scl, complete; 4-1 on body jack with attachments; 10-ton body Jack with altachmenli; 20-ton body [aclc. 5-inch vise; 3 paint guni; '1 h.p. bench inch B D drill; Sander? Polisher; Soldering gun) Arr lilej Air grinder; Vt inch B D drill; Chains; Tire changing equipment; Antifreeze; 1 creepers; Assortment of bumper jacks Fire extinguishers; Tool box; 'Large assortment of shop tools; Hummers; Wrenches; Pipo wrenches; Crescent wrenchei many more tools. Tire chains; Shovels; logging ehninsj 720-pound anvil; Larga assortment of bolls and nuls. Palnl slripner; Grease guns; Floor hoist; Bolt cullerjj Air Quantity of Shelving; Variety of paint; Coca-Cola machine; 4 drawer lie el filing cabinet; Oak office desV; Cash regfiler; Many more fie mi too numerous lo Trent Ton. This is a good vapety erf equipment and looli. Don't mill Ihii sale. Goodi may be viewed morning of Termi cash or cheque. CONDUCTED BY PRINS AUCTION SERVICE PHONE 362-2973, BROOKS, ALTA. CLFRK AUCTIONEER ARDA PRINS EI.WOOD OLSON JOE PRINS, CASHIER Lie. No. 787" Elections Canada REVISION OF THE LISTS OF ELECTORS REVISION OF The lists of electors prepared by ihe enumerators are now available. Malce sure THE LISTS that your name, adij. -ss and occupation are accurately indicated on the list for your polling division. In an urban, polling division, the list is posted and a copy is mailed to each household. In a rural polling division, Ihc official list of electors is publicly posted. MISTAKES If your name or that of a neighbour or friend is not on the list or i[ there are any "1 mistakes in names or other particulars, contact your returning officer as soon as OMISSIONS he will tell you what to do in order to have the list corrected during lha revision. IMPORTANCE In an urban polling division, YOU CANNOT VOTE UNLESS YOUR NAME AP- OF AN PEARS ON THE OFFICIAL LIST OF ELECTORS FOR YOUR POLLING ACCURATE LIST ADDITIONAL For more information, check your Guide for Electors. Tt has rcccnlfy been mailed INFORMATION to each household. Copies are also available at any branch of a Canadian chartered bank. If you cannot find the answer to all your questions, contact your returning officer. His name and office phone number are listed below. Published by Ihe Chief Electoral Officer of Canada YOUR RETURNING OFFICER... Name of Hcclonl DWrirl Reluming Olfietr Ilcclinn Dionc Name of re! IMsWcf Returning Officer Flerlloit Phone ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE I-clliljritlgri Edwin N. Davidsoa 403-328-8S11 Itocky Mountain Herbert Alexander llobinwn ;