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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, Oclaber 54, 1972 THE IfTHBRIDOE HERALD 13 Caouette runs election campaign from his hat ROUYN, Que. (CP) Heal Caouctto runs his election cam- paign from bis hat REAL CAOUETTE short of funds No chartered planes. No bands. N'c slick promotional films on television. No corps of advance men, personal aides, press secretaries. His schedule as national looter of the Social Credit parly is by telephone calls to representatives in vari- ous ridings and often is changed at the last minute. A typical campaign day saw him driving 220 miles over the rugged roads ot northwestern Quebec to make two speeches ;md to appear on an open-line radio show. In his hid to collect Social Credit votes in Ihe Oct. 30 fed- eral ejection, the 55-year-old member for Temiscamingue in the last House makes no secret of the party's lack of funcNs. It is Ihe one party, he tells his rallies, that has no financio power business for both the Liberals and Con servatives, union support for the New Democrats. PCs ivould attack area disparity OTTAWA (CP) The Pro- gressive Conservative party said here it will attack regional disparity in Canada by making more unconditional grants to needy provinces if it is elected Oct. 30. In another of a long scries o! policy papers leading to the election, the party said it would place less emphasis on shared- cost, federal-provincial pro- grams than the Trucleau gov- ernment, r.nd dole out more 110- strings-attached money on a se- lective basis, Apavt from upsetting provin- cial priorities, the paper said, the shared-cost system dis- criminates against poorer prov- inces because they often have trouble raising their part of the cost. The paper said regional deci- sion-making bodies would be created within the economic ex- Coalition urged TORONTO (CP) strike in the railways and es Hie 50-minute speeches de- vered in his inimitable iab- nil-punch stvtc at bis cam- slops, he urges suo- orlcrs to cOTiccnlratc their ef- 'orts in their own area and heir own riding. He will take he Social Credit message lo other areas to "win other rid- Since his party's 13 MPs all are from Mr. Caouelfc is concentrating his efforts here although he has made >reif forays into the West and other areas. He is a master at playing a Quebec audience, particularly one with a heavy rural or small-town makeup. For openers, he recognizes many cf those present on a first-name basb. he says, pointing at a man in a row toward the front, "Didn't I help you when you were having trouble getting your unemployment pay- The man nods agreement. This kindi of questioning leads into Mr. Caouelle's contention that Liberals and Conservatives "play politics" with welfare payments rightfully due to Quebecers. They blame him, he says, for intervening to speed up the process. lional leader of the Communist Party of Canada said here the lime is ripe for a Communist- New Democratic Party coali- tion. "We think the conditions are ripe for election of a progres- sive bloc of NDP and Com- William Kashtan told a public meeling. "We sec it as a step to a democratic coali- tion." Mr. Kashtan also said a mil' lion new jobs could be created in two days if the work week was shortened to 32 hours, re- tirement age reduced and pen- sions increased. "Lewis' (NDP leader David Lewis) policies don't much dif fer from those of the old-line Mr. Kashtan said. "Mr. Lewis has said he would limit the right of workers to sential said Mr. "What's the differ- ;nce him and the Con- campaign Ramblin Rose Sparkling Rose from 100 Copies S3.30 plus tox Instant Print 4 CopyDiv. 1269 Jhicd Aye, S. ielhbridge pansion department and Ihi possibility of setting up a seriei ot five regional Bank of Canad offices would be explored. A PI administration would also re-or ganize the Industrial Develop ment Bank to work more effec lively with Ihe Bank of Canada on regional matters. The party also released a second policy paper on agricul- ture. Along with Ihe regional devel- opment paper, it emphasized Hie need for a revised national transportation policy to equal- ize rail costs and "bring about a economic movement of goods to ports." Specifically, the agricultural paper said, a PC government would: a national trans- portation co-ordinator from the Prairie provinces to "expedite the rapid movement" of grain and other products. and modernize West Coast grain handling fa- cilities. "greater use" of the Hudson Bay port ot Church- ill, Man. scconda'ry rat! lines to accommodate modern grain hoppers. incentives to encourage storage of grain on farms. The paper said the party's aim is to make agriculture a viable industry and preserve I the family farm as a way life. COLLEGE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION In co-operation with fhe LETHBRIDGE CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP SKILLS Fri. and Sat., Oct. 27th and 28th SEMINAR SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP SKILLS The role of modern managemenl loday, begins and ends wilh on effort to discover and bring forth ihe ulmost of capacity residing in 1rie working and supervisory forces of ihe company, This seminar is designed to bring ou1 new methods and techniques lhat will help management carry out this role. SEMINAR LEADER: MR. J. L, (BUD) McALlSTER B. Comm.j M.B-A. School of Business Education Lelhbridge Community College lETKBRlDGE CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION President: MR. JOE GILLET Chairman; E! ducal Ion and Training Com mil tee Mr. Clare Molmborg tETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE School of Continuing Education Astocialc Direelorr Mr. W. DALE MEYLAND AGENDA Friday, October 27lh p.m. Supper Meeling Lrjlhbridrje CommunHy College The Nature of Management The leadership SVilis Involved Room 7, Kate Andrews Bldg. p.m.- COFFEE BREAK Saturday, October noon- Improving Com municor ions arid Motivating Employees n.m.- COFFEE BUAK FEE: includes iupperJ r APP1ICATION FORM Plrosn tomnlptfj th'is form and return LETHBRIOGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE School of Continuing Education Icthbndge, Alberta OR IETHBRIDGE CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION 132T 3rd Avenue South Ulhbriclgo, Albcdn Namn 1 I Arj'Jress I Telephone No..... WOULDN'T GET ANSWERS "My opponents accuse me of spending all my lime answer- ing letters. If they were in my place in Ottawa you wouldn't get any answers." A diabetic, Mr. last uly underwent a gall-bladder peration. But none of this in- eiferes wilh the tough pace he ets. He rays in his speeches that t is "shameful" the way some pponents have tried to imply ic is en his lasi. legs. After mixing up the personal ecognition touch and some okes at the expense of candi- ates for the other parties, Mr. Caouette swings into the Social Credit program. Its main plank is a guaran- eed minimum income for ev- Canadian 18 and a year for a single person, 00 for a married couple and 250 additional for each child. Along with this is a basic per- sonal income tax exemption of t'2.500 for a bachelor, for couple and additional for each child. There also would be a month old age pension and a addition for the marriage partner, whether he or she had pension age, whenever the elder of the couple was re- tired. By scrapping all current wel- fare programs, such a guaran- teed annual income could be given to Canadians "without costing a cent Mr. Caoiieile says. 'Hie party is contesting 70 of (he 74 Quebec seats, and 96 oth- ers across the country. Eo Mr. Caouette makes no attempt to say Social Credit will form the government with a majority of the 264 Commons seats after Oct. SO. Cut be does say the party has a chance to form a strong oppo- sition thai would result in the country being better governed. I' 75 CARS MUST BE AND TRUCKS SOLD BY OCT. 31 3 006 A 1971 MERCURY MARQUIS 2-DR. H.T. VS motor, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, brown vinyl roof, radio and stereo tape player, i- Iwln comfort lounge seals Illegal to air results OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Kadio-Television Commis- sion reminded broadcasters Monday that it is illegal under the Election Act to Broadcast any election results before polls close in Ilicir areas. The commission saitl it has received numerous inquiries from broadcasters concerning the broadcast, of election results in areas where Ihe polls have not yet been ctosed because of time differences. In a nr-u's release. cited section 103 of Hie Election Act which says: person, company or cor- poration shall, in any electoral district, before Ihe hour fixed by or pursuant to the Act for (lie closing of the polls in that electoral district, publish the result or purported result of the polling in any electoral district in Canada hy radio or tele- vision broadcast, by news- paper, news-sheet, poster, hill- hoard or handbill or i n any 1968 CHRYSLER Newport Custom 4-DOOR SEDAN. V8 motor, automatic transmission. power steering, power brakes, radio 21B3A 1970 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE V8 motor, automatic transmission, power steering, radio, vinyl I NAME OF COURSE: Sunsrvisnry Monorjr Dtiic Course Eccjins -leadership Skills Od. and 28rh FEE: TOP SENT TO PRISON CHICAGO CAP) A Chicago policeman, convicted of ex- torlion and perjury, was sen- tenced lo serve three years in prison. James V. Pacente, 42, was the sixlh policeman con- victed in a crackdown on al- leged police shakedowns of la- vcrn owners. 1968 FORD LTD 4-DOOR HARDTOP. 302 V3 molor, outomotie Ironsmis- lion, power steering, power brakes, radio, blcick vinyl top............. COLLEGE MERCURY'S EXCLUSIVE SAFE BUY WARRANTY COMPLETELY WINTERIZED 3003A 1972 LINCOLN 4 door. Brown vinyl roof. Llghl ginger moonduM paint, 460 V-8 molor, aulomalic Irons, Power I leer ing and I brakes. Automatic temperature conlral air eond. Radio and stereo Jape 1970 MARK 111 2 DOOR HARD TOP. 460 V-8 molar, automatic transmission. Power 1 e e r i n g, power brakes. Radio and stereo tape player. Brown leather interior. A r conditioning. Ginger Moon dust 74 A 1 965 PLYMOUTH DOOR SEDAN. V-8 motor. Automatic transmission. Radio fKf-': i 1965 DODGE 2 DOOR HARD TOP. V-8 j motor, automatic transmit- sion. Ralio. 2356A 1969 FORD GALAXIE 500 4 DOOR SEDAN. 390 V-8 motor, automatic transmission. Power brakes, power Breer-ing. 1967 METEOR MONTCALM 4 DOOR HARDTOP. V-8 motor, automatic transmission. Power sleeving, power brakes. I; 1968 DODGE Tronsiline, 6 cylinder, 3 apd. 1967 MERCURY PARKLANE 4 DOOR SEDAN. V-8 motor. Automalic iransmisslon. Power sleering, power brakes. Radio. Facrory air con di1 2 442 A 1967 PLYMOUTH SPORT FURY 2 DOOR HARD TOP. V-8 motor, automatic transmission. Power steerfng, power brakes. Rcdio, power Vinyl 2597A r 1971 FORD 7A TON !K V-8, aulomofic, radio. 1969 Ford Eeonolins SUPER VAN E200 6 lyl. 3 speed cab mounted radio. New paint, :i A 1967 MERCURY PARKLANE 2 DOOR HARD TOP. 390 V-8 molor, automatic transmission. Power sreering, powor brakes. Radio. Two lone 2277A 1968 METEOR R1DEAU 500 DOOR SEDAN. 302 V-8 motor, automatic Irommis-ion. Power steering, power brakes. Radio. Two-lone 1968 MERCURY F350. Chossls and cab. 360 V-8 moloj-. 4 speed transmission. New painf. 1970 Ford STATION WAGON V-8, automatic, 2546A 1971 TOYOTA CORONA MARK II STATION WAGON 1 900 CC motor. 4 speed trans, A 1969 PLYMOUTH 4 door 1 V-8, auto-mafic, radio 1970 FORD TON V-8, jf, speed, radio, new 2562A 1970 METEOR 2 DOOR HARD TOP. tow mileage. 351 V-5 motor, culomatic frans mission. Power steering, power brakes. Radio. While vfnyl 1955 FORD 700 V-8 motor, 5 speed transmij-sfon, 1 speed rear axle. Box -end -hoist. 1965 COMET STATION WAGON o cyf. molor. 3 speed trans mission. 1718 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5763 ;