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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JHE IE1HBRIDGE IIERAID Solurtlny, Odcbci 21, 1972 lite huxv ciuididdlf campaign Campaign snipers busy OTTAWA (CP> busy candidate competing for Lnc! clamor oi non-canm-ctotc participants may also iuo iW scat Parliament thc from Ihe sidelines 30 general series of non-candidate n to 11 Mm Not only is caiMi candidate up mm XiiSPfr af against anvwlicro from two lo Mm ff seven rivals in his constituency Wm aff for the MP tille, but there parties and individuals tli morc-or-les s org anizcd or, as separatist Rene Levesque calls his He has Committee Canada a unprecedented harassment lo ff answer in this campaign from m organized inlervcnors elcc-lioneering without seeking Parli Qucbecois operation, anti-campaigns. The high number o( persons taking part in (lie campaign without expectations of ronger alien con dustry, ai is too nar economic a campaign already cluttered by a record candidates for the 26-1 is support for Hie theory of media analyst Marshall McLuhan that people now want to participate in such rt vas pron committee s running than just watch them. BUT ANTI-CAMPAIGNS 111 addition to the PQ signers, ling for called a OF CONTINUING Quebec, the help movement is sponsoring against all parties, 'PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR THE its parent New So is the Committee for one Wed., Oct. 25th end Tues., Nov. Canada, although some of its members are B jpcnly tl TIME: a.m. to as candidates unclor 1 p.m. to of various established hi PLACE: Kate Andrews t Communily College ROOM a class by himself as an anti- campaigner is former in electoral Th f d' cabinet minister Eric on a your let re to rial staff one day and the rest of the staff Ir.e next A non-candidate, lie has been on the luncheon-speech circuit speaking against policy Mountain tfonisl realize more fully her responsihilhy to the economic a OF THE AREAS TO BE policies F _ You the Company's Representative Importance of Good pledging his vote to the New and Your Total Perjonalily Learnmg Your Job Your Company Workfng wilh leaders and individual candidutes are also being showered with demands from Pa demand candidate umons Dealing with Difficult police and and My to declare the Telephone publicly on issues -My Part in Office to capital I T tee that this wou a an cxc silent tramma for your personnel, and would encourage you to BY secretarial in FORM Please complete this form and return it to: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LetKbridga Community Resource per suaded area campaigners to attend a series of all-candidates meetings to be grilled about stands on everything from Demo Narna v. abortion the U anti-campaigners Noma Address to recognize them despite attempts to iti I by his o Number spe of Blrrh Trudeau has PQ as a parasite that is in Fee: includes ihe noon luncheon) ing the federal campaign you be attending: its own points, but he in October 25th, 1972 November 1 4fh, have been forced t counter the separatist and Yor RETURN AS SOON AS publicly. Similarly, the prime v, Manitob finally look public note of his again and vote lie has also responded lo the an Independent and its insistence on measures to restrict trol of Canadian in- prompted by the fact lhat from the anli-cam- tliere are people run- MP who might be anti-candidates. They candidates St. each Jac- Some Maoist candidates say they don't want to be to a corrupt govern- ion. Then there's the Rhinoceros to raze the Reekie because they con- already a splinter group, the Election promises cost TORONTO (CP) The Lib- eral government's "last-minute election promises'1 will cost ev- ery working man next your, Pawl Hcllycr, Progressive Con- servative candidate in Toronto Trinity riding said here Thurs- day. Mr, Hellycr. a former Liberal transport minister who quit the cabinet because of dis- agreements with Prime Minis- ter Pierre Trudeau over a na- tional housing policy, said Ca- nadians will "pay through the nose" for the various programs being announced by the govern ment. "The government is trying to us with a whole series o goodies, ranging from exten sions to small airports all over he country to a beautiful park n downtown he told 250 people in Toronto_city hall's Nathpn Phillips Square. "These are the actions of an autocratic und arrogant govern- ment that is desperate to hang on to he added, Mr. Ileltyer said a quart of milk wili cost and the cheapest new house to by the end of the cen- tury if the current rate of in- flation continues. BIRTHDAY CAKE Prime Minister Trudsau receives a birthday cake from an un- identified girl In o Mountie costume. She got- a Iftlle icing on her costume and it off (cenlre) and fasted it Was it good? He didn't say. TV used to gain votes visit (CP) New Democratic Leader David Lewis will spend at least part of the last week of the federal campaign in Western An itinerary released Friday y his office shows Mr. Lewis, who spent part of this week in the West, will be in Victoria to- day, in Vancouver, New West- and Ahhottsford Sun- day, in Cranbrook and Calgary and in Swift Curent kton Sask., Tuesday. will be campaigning In ELAN .1973. Goes ahywhere the big ones go ...for a lot less money. Elegant power compact that's lightweight Elan. Features full length 15" track. Plenty of single or twin cylinder muscle right up to the new 22 horsepower twin-cylinder model, New standard features including beam, contoured seat, padded steering, kill button, brake lights and more. Feel the best floatation of any real snowmobile, At your Ski-Doo dealer now. SKI DOO the machine that changed winter changed Corporate bum unveiled guide MONTREAL (CP) The New Democratic Party's Que- bec wing has published a guide for plete with examples and help- ful how to become a good corporate bum. The guide, unveiled by Raymond Laliberte, the NDP's Quebec leader, ad- vises firms to set up shop "in a province that will set the best conditions" and in an economically depressed zone. This would permit the com- pany to "ask for aid under the'regional development pro- gram" which is available to companys which "lay off em- ployees, especially if they make high profits." Other suggestions In the booklet include a recommen- dation that companies huilc "products related to defence1 to be eligible for further gov- ernmanl aid. Mr. Laiiberle, NDP candi date in Montreal Hochelaga in the Oct. SO federal election told the news conference tha 87.8 per cent of all federa1 taxes for the current fiscal year come from individuals and only 12.2 per cent comes from corporations. During the last 22 years, he said, individuals' contrihu lions have gone up 15.8 cent while tax revenues from corporations have declined. Taxes on the earnings of in dlviduals, for the 1971-72 fis- cal year, represent half th federal government's tax rev enues, while In 1951 they con stiruled only one-quarter o the revenues, he said. MONTREAL (CP) Prime' .nister Trudeau and former nitcd States president John F. ennedy fully exploitol tcle- .sion as a means to sain votes om right, left and centre, ys author Dr. Frederick D. ilhelmsen. Dr. Wilhelmsen, professor of lilosophy and politics at the niversity of Dallas, told the edia Club of Canada yester- iy that the two politicians ept their images sufficiently urred to allow viewers to ad in whatever feelings and mvictions they personally eld. In contrast, politicians like .S. Senator Hubret Humphrey, former vice-president, and eorge McGovern, Democratic residential nominee, lose votes V revealing themselves as len of strong convictions, he aid. Dr. Wilhelmsen and Jane ret, a specialist in education nd communications, have Titten a book entitled Tele- Rolfson speaks RAYMOND (HNS) Mrs. H Dean Rolf son was the speakei t the Milades Literary Soci ety. Mrs. Willson Rolfson wa: lostess. Mrs. Uolfson spoke on Tndi ans of North America and (hei traditions. ifllitics, to be published next nonth. Their last book, The War in vlan: Media and Maclunes, von them the Broadcast Pre- ceptor Award of 1971 from San "rancisco State College as the >est hook in the field of coin- nunicalions. The new book, which contains several sections devoted to Ca- rnal an and Quebec affairs, ays television exposure has iclped lo spread revolutions, raised nonentities to celebrity status and helped to lose wars. Dr. Wilhelmsen said he now agonies of fear when- ever he sees a public figure among crowds because tele- vision has created the assasin who murders out in the open not because of any ideologica motive, but as a means o achieving instant fame. On the other hand, television could also lead to a decline in violence. He said the Front de Liber ation da Quebec might still b thriving in the province if i were not for television. The terrorist organizatio claimed responsibility for th October, 1970, kidnapping Pierre Laporte, former Quebe labor minister slam a wee after his abduction, and Jame- Cros, former British trad commissioner in Montreal re leased after 90 days in th hands of kidnappers. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loach Carloadi Truck Scalei Magnet Crana Strvlct National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW tOCATION 306 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap El Our Builneit" Television helped turn the de of public opinion against ic FLQ after1 constant ex- osure to the crisis, including le funeral of Mr. Laporle, Dr. said. LAUNDER s PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE 12 1NGUS WASHERS PIUS 25-LB, WASHER QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD PHONE 327-0811 SOCIAL CREDIT COMMITTEE ROOMS- WESTMINSTER PLAZA 5th Ave. and 13th St. N. Phone 328-4276 P.O. Box 514 19 CANDIDATES IN ALBERTA CANDIDATES IN CANADA There are enough Social Creditors in Canada to ELECT THEM ALL! ------------------WE STAND Keith L. Hancock A Strong, United Canada Tax Reduction Balanced Budget for Canada A Better Deal for Farmers, Labor and Small Business Pension at Age 60 Per Month Pension for BOTH When Either Reaches 60 Replace All Existing Welfare Schemes with a Proper Social Security Program Vote HANCOCK-Vote SOCIAL CREDIT In Crowfoot: JIM GREEN In Medicine Hat: WILLARD PAXMAN In Mountain: BRIAN GANSKE INSERTED BY THE LETH8R1DGE FEDERAl SOCIAt CREDIT ASSOCIATION ;