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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta O3 17. Corporation would spur farm sales VK'Vllll Krrnlcl OlLiw OTTAWA loriwalinn pramnip Ihe land n intents k'i iN-mc other iinped- ln trade. That is the i nude in the parly's atjricuLluLO program. l "I1 10 anadian a 1'rtv n On- snmo tune mnetil. a ci spur tn In achieve- a on (arm puMlur (I b> would appo: poi'taiion pnurie would 1vc movemeui Hoberl Slanfield t u national Irnns- ixinri and mpdernke BrilLsti Co- lumbia Kvain handling facil- ities; to support the greater MAC of the potential clkTed by Hie Toil of Churchill; to imliale the up-grading of secondary rail- way lines lo accommodate modern hoppers and lo encour- m I'i'dinalor from the prminccs. His job incentives. the storage to expedite the rapid of grain on the (arm. C; prain and olhor produce witlrin Auy overall fiscal monetary scheme should lake into consid- parlicular sectors of the econ- vinuld lie done hy A Ton- srrvalivo government. 'I'ho parly progrum stales dial in imposing liRlil money policies Ihi'onghout much of Us lenn ot office, the T.-udcau Rovermnenl dealt a heavy blow lo lite agriculture industry wlien [armei-s were already cti- coimtpring hard times. The Conservative parly fa- vcuvs nn casing of reslriclions lending lo Hie agricultural Slops sui rlintply, it lakon imine- omy, incHiding afivicnUurr. The' industry. In particular promised, tn ox-' P.C. party promises that l> Ill f yrivale funds imenl SASKATOON UT> SJIR- In rteltrniiniiip who should kate-hevvnn resource should Iw develop resources, the govcrn- Heveloped by a mix of public ment ronsidur the number and private enterprise, Kim o! jobs which would he created. Thrn-son. provincial mmislor of conservation of resources, pol- mineral resources, said I-.CIT. lution levels and fair royally Addressing llu- unnu.i! west- lax returns lo- the Sits- rm meeting ot Hie Canadian In- kutcbeu'iin the New htJtulc of Mmiii" ami Metal- lic said the quota scheme for the advantage ol govern rncnl potash lias maintaining Democratic Parly minis Icr Ivirgy. Mr. Thoi-son said 'notli- Vnp is less productive than fool- n Tec on potash, dustrics, with production above that allowed hy the quota scheme. Central Canada Potash over- produced by more than i tons through July, August and September, until Ihe govern- ment threatened the company with suspension of its Crown lease, and possible government purchase of its assets, Mr. Thorson said. scrviitivc government would Irc- roino much morn active Ilial j the present Liberal government has been in exercising "moral suasion" to get Ilio chartered banks and other financial agencies In lend more money [IM- agricultural purposes, said thn paity. The Kann Credit act would bo revised to provide tor par- tial non-repayment of loans, to pi ovule lor deferred interest payments on all loans during initial period, ll would also provide for a system of open- ended mortgages lhal will al- low additional borrowing with- out refinancing cosls addi- tional security. The Conservatives noted that agriculture is Canada's most important primary industry but many farmers nrc living in poverty and other have been poverty and others have been cause their costs are rising fas- ter than net income. The PC's WATCHING THtlR MAN Mary, wife cf Proqreisive Conservative leader Robert Slonfielrf, and daughter, Judy, applaud during Mie PC leader's speech a) copocily filled cliufch hall in Mississauga, Out. Mr. Stanficld (left) told supporters that a Conservative government could reduce uncni ploy ment by half the present rain. said Ihe Trudeau had done next to verse Ibis trend. government tbi'v lo re- Thompson explains news report I L I. Liberals dig in at Edmonton EDMONTON fCP) T h e i party seldom Is mentioned. He parly is concentrating n Edmonton's lour ridings in determined bid to loosen the i-ogrcssive Consen'ativo grip n Alberta. The Liberals now hold only Edmonton Strathcona. one of our Alberla seats they took in 068. The Conservatives control he remaining 13. Fierce battles have developed wLwcen the two parties for lhe our seats, with Lhe New Demo- cratic and Social Crociil parties ven little hope of making breakthroughs. The New Democrats never lave elecled a federal member Alberta and Social Credit! jumped into the campaign late candidates who are not well krov.-n. Both these pn-lies have candidates in each of the FxlmonLon ridings. TOUGHEST T-'IGllT The toughest fight Is being waged in L'dmotiton West where Maverick Liberal Mel Hurtig Is Irving lo unseat War- eel Lambert, a former Conser- vative cabinet minister and Speaker of the Hou.se of Com- mons from 1902 to 1963. Mr. Hurtig, a successful 40- year-old publisher and co-chair- man of the committee for an in- dependent Canada, is conduct- i ns a campaign in which his has refused Liberal party funds and has based his campaign on nationalism and his own ability. Mr. Lambert has received Newspapers llirow support behind Nixon NEW YOEIK (AP) With less than two weeks to go be- fore the United States general election N ov. 7, President Nixon has received the editorial endorsement of moro than 700 newspapers, including somo traditionally Democratic publi- cations. The total is well over the number of endorsements tic received in Editor and Publisher, the weekly trade magazine, re- ported on Oct. 5 that a survey MEADOW LAKE. Sask. (CPi mcnl siliiafion OT if if were de-' Robert Thompson says that teated decisively. no consideration is being given! Would tfie Conservatives i within the Progressive Con-; fm.m H coamion wilb lhe New Democratic Party or the Social I CrcLMt party, o[ which ho was once national leader'.' considerable static for saying there would be little need for abortions if young women would keep their legs together. made the remark durin; servntive party lo any coalition with another party in Iho event j the Oct. SO election produces a I minority government .situation. i Mr. Thompson, Conservative candidate in British Columbia ridinp of Surrey-Wliite Hock, also said unity within the party is greater than he has ever seen it. In an inlerview Oct. 10 while campaigning in Meac'ow constituency for a fellow Con- servative candidate, lie clari- fied a report of replies he had given a Lethbridge news con- l-We in the Conservative patty are not Riving any con- sideration lo that because we are moving in for a majority victory at the polls on Oct. Mr. Thompson reilcrated Tues- day. What about Robert Stanfield's future as party leader if the Consei-vatives suffered a deci- sive defeat'? Would there be n leadership convention after the lion in this event, "because among party and lhal is the kind ol man Mi. and leader." Slanfield is." An indication of Lhe sLrenetk "Bui we're going to win, nul ot Hie paity tbe decision of lose. In my opinion, the unity ex-Liberals Claude Wagner in within the Conservative party Quebec and Paul llellyer In On- centring on the Stanfield team tario to run as Conservative is than I have ex- candidates. They had been at- perienced. There is complete It acted to the party by the em- delerminalion and co-operation OIT Lhe Stanfield team. count first-time voters ference the previous day when election if this occurred? asked about v. hat (he iiarty Mr. Thompson said there i would do m a minority-govern- would be a leadership conven- of lhe daily newspapers in lhe United States showed that of those responding, fiSB had en- dorsed Nixon tor re-election. Thirty-ciglil newspapers backed meeting at the University Alberta. POPULAR WOMAN Edmonton West, with 7H.OOO voters, is lhe largest of the Ed- monton ridings and only the tour major parties bave enter- ed candidates. In Edmonton Easl. which hns -50.000 eligible volers, UNA MacfxMn Evans, a popular Ed- monton Alderman, is involved in a close contest with Conser- Dill Skoreyko who has been m the house since 1559. One Independent, a Commun- ist also is seeking election there. Two women, both Commun- ists, are campaigning in Ed- monton Slralhcona, a riding of voters won in by Liberal Flu Harries. Edmonton Centre, with voters, also has two Independents a fe- male Marxist Leninist and a male university student, Steve Paproski now holds Lhe seat For the Conservatives. 0[ i Democratic candidate George Me Go vein and 1G9 said they had made no decision. In I96B. G34 newspapers en- dorsed Nixon, t46 backed Democratic nominee Hubert Humphrey, 12 supported tliird- party candidate George Wal- lace and remained uncom- mitted, Editor and Publisher mn said. learnings up CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Gas Trunk Line Co. Lid. earned or 55 cents a share after dividends on pre- ferred shares for Ihe nine mrmths encisd Sepl. 30, During the corresponding per- iod last year, earnings were S6, or 46 cenls a .share. The common share earnings were adjusted lo reflect lhe 4- for-1 subdivision of class a com- mon shares Sepl. Gross revenue was 000, up from SOCIAL CREDIT COMMITTEE ROOMS By HAL BOYl.E NEW YORK CAP i Things a columnist might never know if he didn't open Ins mail: Sugar, which some scien- tists Ihink our diet would IJG butter without, was for sev- eral centuries a luxury en- joyed usually only hy wealthy Iconic and members of roy- ally, In 14th century England I wo pounds of sugar were worth one stout pig. If you woke up in a strange place and didn't know when' you were, you could at find out whether you v.cre north or south of Ihe equator by looking at a climbing vine- North of the equator, these vines twine from left (o right, south of the equator they 1 twine from right to left. Pnste c-i Q- IhJs little informational titbit 1 lll'lll, in your memory hat: The way rXed In lhe scallold. Sir Wal- ter Raleigh .said: "H matters liule how the head lies, so the heart right." At death's door, Rabelais murmeretl: IL1 am going to seek Ihe great perhaps." Philosopher Thomas llohbes said: "I am taking a fearful leap in Ihe and Guslavus Adol- pbus advLsrd: am hrother. Save Lhyself." Into each life sonic rain must fall hut Mother Nature is getting a faccful of it all the time. Every second of the year, lhe N'allonal Geographic Society estimates, some 16 million twis ol water fall lo earth or into the seas through- out lhe world. Bv .1OBN T.rBL.VNC young members In 110 stu- TOKONTO ICP) Youth dent clubs and other organ- leadars of the main political Tlie members operate 1 parties are unanimous in hop- i mainly on person-lo-person con- ing that as many as possible of j tacts in soliciting votes. 'Canada's 2.8 million first-time Mr. Dundas is a member at voters go to the polls on Mon-' the party's national campaign day's federal election. committee and be nr another "Politics affects the lives of youth representative usually jlhe young directly and all of travel with tlw campaigning them' should listen to all the prime minister. Tbe young ele- candidates and then says ment had the campaign plane Bob Dundas of Ottawa, presi- dent of Canadian Student Liber- als. I-en Domino Winnipeg, president of the Progressive Conservative Youth Federation, and (Jury Neil of Toronto, act- ing Ontario chairman of New Democratic Youth, express similar scnllmenls. All three organizations are trying to get to (be polls those who were added lo the voting list by changes in the Canada Elections Act lowering the voL- for lour days to fly a couple of rnck groups around lhe coun- try. PROVIDES The Conservatives have a permanent structure oi between and dues-paying members Uiat extends into tho high schools. It maintains per- manent offices In Toronto and Ottawa and ha.s 10 paid re- gional co-ordinalors. One-quar- Tor ot [be delegates lo llie party i policy convention is jrovided Ine ape to IB Irom 21 or who Conservatives. tt-cre t'oo young to vote in 19G3. I Ttie, Conservative spokesman But Mr. Dundas and Mr. Do- dona so mo travelling with mino agreed In an Interview- Thursday it is too late to mus- WESTMINSTER PLAZA 5th Ave. and V3th St. N. Phone 328-4276 P.O. Box 514 19 Social Credit Candidates in Alberta There are enough Social Creditors in Alberta to Elect Them All! WE STAND FOR: A Strong, Unlled Canada Tax Reduction Balanced Budget for Canada A Better Deal for Farmers, Labor and Small Business Pension at Age 60 Per Month For Spouse of Pensioners at any age A Fixed Election Date (Every 4 Years) Replace All Existing Welfare Schemes with a Proper Social Security Program ttie world i.s going, you may find it useful some or any dny. If you become rich in Soviet Russia, you can leave most ol your money to your children and make them rich. loo. Con- trary to what most people think. Communist Russia has no large inheritance tax. All that is exacted is a simple probate fee. Forgotten heroes: Remem- ber Miguel Servcto, a Spanish physician belter knoun lo us as SerLetu.s? Well, in the JiHh century he invented llm sugar-coiited pill Lo make hit- ter test ing medicine palata- ble. Unfortunately, he couldn't -suj jar-coat own fate His unorthodox i tie-as on theology led to his being hurried al Hie stake as a heretic. I STAKT .SIlHIXKI.Vr. Growing down: After rcndi- 1 maturity, you jiroM, dnwri i instead ot up. For example, :il you are shorter llian you j were al 20, and hy (he time i you are GO you will have drooped another half inrh in j height. By the v.ay. if you ven'f also mificed this hy now. there is a 50-50 chance thai any o( your friends has one than t.hc other, and one shoulder lower than the other. Kxlt lines: .Tnst before he skipper lined for oil spill I.O.VDON GAP) A British skipper and the London-regis- tered company that own1; his ship were fined a total of S6.GOO Thursday for discharging oil mixed wilb bilge water off the const ot Nova Scotia in August, 1970. Captain Derek Moran. 24- year-old master of the (I.-iOO-lon I j motor.ship fUinlingdrin. and Ihc Mr. Domino. "Bui there simply isn't lime lo gel anything ac- complished in three days." Mr. Slanfield and usually travels tcr a joint, eiiotl the advance team lo to Cf4 them to the polls. UP meclinK3 with groups of We're both concerned." snid opinion-makers. The New Dcmtx als nn national organization for the younp; tlic work on a prov- ince-- Ity-prounce basis, fn On- tario. Mr Neil said, the youth IjiKly is ''in a stale of crisis'" because Ihc provincial council main source of its funds cu! those off some time ago However, i' has clubs on m o s t O n t a r i o university Mr. Dundas. 29, Miulying tor a PhD at the University of Ol- lawa says he thinks tlic Lib- erals have Ihe most appc.it for youth IfirRcly IxicauEt of Prinu- Minister Tiudenn's "slronij and decisive" personality and bu- causc he Is "young at heart Steam Xavigation Co, bull pleaded puilty llic com- I pany was fined and the Prosecutor Robin Aultl told London's Old Hnilcy Court Die en route to Nev, York, was 15 :nilra n prnhJhiled zone water containing oil wjis pumpofl out for several iniinile-; A fanrtfliiin patrol plane look pictures of lhe ship and of an The (he Conservative Youlli AS.-MK-J- alion says leader ItoluTt Slanfield "slrtiuls oul for n'cidi- biliry" and has a more prac- approach lo tinrlini! woik for persons tor [i-l Mr Ni-il. -1. inan Ilimks U ptuli !nms younfi intislU Ilie same as I ho "ft of O1? find uiK-inpluN incnl ranks hyh The: llir besl txit for providing jobs Different of VCUIV and many high c'ijinpuses st liools, Ilcnv will Nit1 yo-jth vole l.ihpral. Inke morp Ih.-iti hnlf.1' Cniiscri alive be sur- Uicir at how many we pel." NIK1 "We'll do loiter than Lfjt- n whoUv" Need more food il slifk I'Slimaled lo be '1.000; Ihc parly message lo Hi long and lo 1-10 feet voters were outlined v.idc :v-kcd f'ritain lo'yo'lth pro-crnti- Ihc offejir.'-iirs. The havp rhonf Vote SOCIAL HANCOCK X In Crowfoot: JIM GREEN In Medicine Hat: WILLARD PAXMAN In Rocky Mountain: BRIAN GANSKE INSERTED EY THE LETHBRIOGE FEDERAL SOCIAL CREDIT ASSOCIATION introduction service sel FROM intrrKliictmn will helrl j at Ihc United Chinch horn ,1! 8 p.m. Oct. for William Cril- dcnvood, Ihc Chinook Parish ns n lay- man this year Mr. CaldorwfKyI is a rncmhrr nf Ihc family 'he I'nivfi of and is .-ilsr. 71 ojogy sLudcn'i at Uie University of Saskatcjiewan. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blcntied and Bouled in Scolland by While Mono Diilillots Lid., Scoilanrl ;