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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD ThurtcUv. October 25.1973 Alberta MPs assigned key caucus posts By PALL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Alberta MP Don Mazankowski, chairman of the federal Progressive Conservative caucus, Wednes- day announced a shake-up of caucus positions and special assignments in which a number of prominent fellow Alberta members figure. Mr. Mazankowski retains the important position of caucus chairman as well as being the federal party's main spokesman on transportation and communications. The 38-year-old Alberta businessman, who bucked the Trudeaumania sweep to win election to the Commons in 1968, recently rejected offers of both the Conservative House leader and party whip positions fearing they might have prevented him from do- ing as much work in his con- stituency as he wanted. HARGRAVE NAMED Bert Margrave, MP for Medicine Hat and a former president of the Canadian Cattleman's Association became the party's expert on livestock. Although still in his first year in the Commons, the 56-year-old MP has been tipped as a future federal agriculture minister should the Conservatives win the next election. Joe Clark, MP for Rocky Mountain, becomes the par- ty's chief spokesman on matters relating to youth Mr. Clark, a former journalist with the Calgary Albertan, Calgary Herald and Ed- monton Journal, has been working hard since election to the Commons last Oct. 30th to prove to younger Canadians that the PCs are the party of the future. He believes the youth vote for the party and youth voice within the party is essential. Harvie Andre, MP for Cal- gary Centre and a former pro- fessor of engineering at the University of Calgary, becomes deputy chairman of the caucus committee for science. Chairman is Angus Mac-Lean, the former John Diefenbaker cabinet minister. On Parliament Hill it is thought that Mr. Andre may one day be offered either the science or energy portfolios in a Conservative government. Doug Roche.MP for Edmon- ton Strathcona, has been given the assignment of doing a spe- cial study on decentralization of government services. Since coming to the Commons Mr. Roche has been a fierce critic of government centralization in Ottawa Peter Bawden, MP for Cal- gary South, will do a special study on Pacific Rim trade. Lately, Mr. Bawden, an oilman, has been fearful of getting tagged as a spokesman for the oil industry and has been learning toward trade matters. Other Alberta MPs who figure prominently in the federal PC caucus. Ged Baldwin, veteran parliamentarian and former House leader, continues to build up the newly-formed parliamentary strategy com- mittee. Mr. Baldwin is MP for Peace River. Big Steve Paproski. MP for Edmonton Centre, holds his recently given position of dep- utv PC whip. fcldon Woolliams, MP for Calgary North, retains his role as the party's chief spokesman for housing and urban affairs. Mr. Woolliams was previously party justice critic. Stan Schumacher, MP for Calgary Palliser, retains his role as caucus secretary. Mr. Schumacher, a big con- stituency man, had the dis- tinction of winning the biggest majority of any MP in English-speaking Canada at the last election. Jack Horner, MP for Crow- foot, holds the role as party expert on the Canada Wheat Board. Fighting over peace Deputy Foreign Minister Chiao Kuan-hua of the People's Republic of China shakes his finger at Soviet delegate as he assails a Soviet-U.S. resolution calling for an immediate cease-fire in the Middle East. At bot- tom, Soviet Union's U.N. ambassador issues a hot rebuttal of Chiao's charges. CAREERS CREDIT CAREER Are you an aggressive individual with experience in Accounting' WE REQUIRE: OFFICE-CREDIT MANAGERS Who can maintain a strict control on credit Applicants should have ex- perience in credit collections Relocation m various communities throughout Western Canada Career oflers good salary, commensurate with experience, chance for advancement, full range ol fringe benefits For further information and a personal interview reply without delay to Box NO. 5, Lethbridge Herald Service Manager required! We require a hard working, self-motivated service manager for a Chrysler dealership. We are in a growing market and offer a great opportunity for the person who is knowledgeable in administration, warranty policy and service shop operation. Excellent earning opportunity plus group medical and life insurance. Apply in person or send complete job resume and availability to: KEN ROBISON Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. P.O. Box 1180 LETHBRIDGE, Alberta C Your future is here Assistant Director (Program Services) Manpower Programs This senior administrative position within the Program Services Division of the Department of Education is re- sponsible for program leadership of the Technical In- stitute and Alberta Vocational Centre system, and in cooperation with institutional heads and other senior divisional personnel for the design and delivery of post- secondary education services. University degree and appropriate post-graduate study. Progressively re- sponsible management ex- perience. Salary range Closes October 31, 1973. Competition Number 5664-2. 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