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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERMO Stiluftlny, Oelobcr 28, 1975------------ "Here's what we will do.'LRLS Decisive, constructive action on issues that matter to you: Jobs Prices Taxes A Progressive Conservative government under Robert Staniield's leadership will make the creation of jobs its first priority. It will immediately reduce personal income taxes to stimulate consumer demand, to create jobs. It will eliminate the 11% sales lax on building materials to encourage con- struction and create jobs. It will introduce a Cana- dian investment credit incentive, to encourage Canadian citizens to invest in small Canadian bu- create more jobs. It will encourage more processing of Canadian raw materials here at home, because that means jobs. And a P.C. gov- ernment will expand the retraining opportunities available through the Department of Manpower, and make that agency much more aggressive in searching out job vacancies for those seeking em- ployment. A P.C. government will have the courage to impose temporary price and wage controls, if necessary, to halt spiralling inflation. It will ensure that old age security and income supplement benefits are adjusted regularly to re- flect adequately any increases in the cost of living. A P.C. government will discipline its own spend- ing to ensure that federal expenditures are not contributing to the inflationary trend. It will increase the authority of the Auditor Gen- eral, so that his department can be fully effective in bringing to light wasteful and inefficient govern- ment spending, which contributes to inflation. And it will make funds available to assist in setting up residential land banks that will help to keep soaring [and costs from adding to inflationary pres- sures. A P.C. government will stop the personal income tax increase of 3% scheduled by the Trudeau government for January 1st and will introduce immediate reductions to put more money into the hands of Canadian consumers. It will also change our system of taxation to end the extra (and hidden) tax burden that inflation has imposed upon Canadian taxpayers. For the long run, it will undertake a systematic review of all our taxation policies. The government's new tax legislation, some of which was forced through Parliament in a matter of hours, disheartens many businessmen, and does little to relieve the disproportionate tax burden now borne by Canada's poor.Thesethings, and many others, musf be changed. A Progressive Conservative government will do better. J rfed by tho rrogrczsivo of Canada, On Monday, October 30th, vote for your P.C. Candidate: LETHBRIDGE Ken Hurlburt MEDICINE HAT Bert Margrave ROCKY MOUNTAIN Joe Clark ;