Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
30 THE IE7HBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, September 20, 1972------- contrast on election trail By VICTOR the Conservatives also Herald Ottawa u worry that their man exhaust liimselE before OTTAWA Prime final crucial days in tho Pierre Trwlcau's approach the first 10 days of the DOWN LAW campaign almost "leisurely" in comparison with the gruelling pace set by Progvcs-s i v e Conservative Trudeau with recollections of the bone-tiring, hectic scramble back and forth across country, the Liberal organ- The sharp contrast inflicted on him in 19G8, through clearly in an obvioiLsIy laid down the ination of the itineraries of two lenders of the major schedule shows the prime starting out each day At the outset of the the campaign trail at around some Liberals are a.m. He is through usually at that their leader has not p.m. or at the latest by 11 "gotten off the ground." 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This means rising around G.OO a.m. More than once his clay lias carried on well past .midnight. David Lewis, tlie New Demo- cratic Party leader, embarked on a "media" tour as the first section of his campaign. He has travelled by commercial airlino and has been keeping relatively "civilized" hours. The lempo of his campaign will pick up next raonlh when lie starts louring the country on a chartered Dart-Herald turbo-prop air- craft. Real Caouctte, Social Credit leader, has been using com- mercial airlines. He was in Qutbec and Ontario for the first week and then flow to British Columbia. He will work his way back across the prairies. He is hopeing lo keep reasonable hours. HEAL WORK HORSE Mr. Stanficld lias been the real "work horse" to date. He is confident he has ail effective organization behind him. He is determined to give this second chance at forming a govern- ment, everything he has got. There are Conservatives uilhin the organizations who are concerned over the t'e- mands being made on the leader's time and physical strength. Too fast, a pace could tire him too early in the cam- paign. However those who know Mr. Stanfieltl well point out he is no stranger to the heavy demands of electioneering. He has been in training all year to: Iliis in- tensive tour. He has been mak- ing trips back and forth across the country long before the election was called. Nevertheless there have been some changes made in his iti- nerary to ease up the demands on the national Conservative leader. Job insurance payments dip OTTAWA (CP) Unemploy- ment insurance benefits paid in July totalled million, down eight per cent from the million paid in June, Statistics Canada reports. Comparable figures for a year ago were not available since new, higher scales of ben- efits and wider coverage under the plan were introduced in January this year. campaign Where leaders are today By TUB CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister Sault Sic. Marie. Conservative Leader Hob- ert New Democrat Leader David Social Credit Leader Kcal Caoucltc Peaco River, Alta. QUAKE HITS ISLANDS ATHENS (AP) A sharp earthquake shook the Ionian islands off Greece's north- western coast Monday. It was the 50th tremor in Ihe are; since Sunday. The first tremor rolled across the island o! Cephalonia, damaging scores of houses and injuring one person Story of lost deposits Tins is one of a series of sloi'ics on changes in tile Canada Elections Act since the federal election of By TOM MITCHELL OTTAWA (CP) About half Hie hopeful candidates Jor the next federal election prob- ably will cast Iheir nomi- nation deposits on stony ground. 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Conservatives lost TOP 165 Creditistes So- :han 70 per cent of Crediters Liberals carrying the party colors Communists De- not get their money Economique The Creditiste party ran and inde- :andidales in Quebec and n New Brunswick and 49 of lost deposits them, about 60 per cent, parties and provinces: Quebec 1, Saskat- Social Credit ran 31 2t Alberta 6. dates, most of them in Quebec 46, Columbia, and 29 lost 25, Manitoba 3, Brit- casualty rate of just Columbia IS, Northwest 93 per 1. For lesser parlies and Newfound- didates running 7, Prince Edward Island of any party the chance of Nova Scotia 10, New Bruns- ing a deposit runs within 10, Quebec 72, Ontario whisker of 100 per Manitoba 7, Alberta 19, ALL COMMUNISTS Columbia 4, Northwest The loss was 100 per cent in 1938 among the 14 1, Yukon 1. New Brunswick candidates and five Parti Quebec 48. la Democratisation E c o n Credit Newfound- mique entries who ran 1, Ontario 8. Manitoba 5, 3, British Columbia Besides Mr. Lamoureux, the 1 only other candidate out of 57 who ran under a variety of in-1 dependent labels who got Quebec 1, Ontario 6, Manitoba 1, Saskal-cheman 1, Alberta 1, British beck was William 4. lak, former Edmonton Economi- He ran third in a Quebec 5. race in Edmonton Centre Nova Scotia got more than half the New Brunswick 2, Quebec ber of votes of Ontario 13, Manitoba 3, winner Steve 1, AlbiVta 5, So more than 96 per cent Columbia 4. independent candidates of the 264 seats 1 felted provinces in the last House Anywhere east of the Commons and for the cur- io-Quebec border was election: Newfoundland territory for the NDP, Prince Edward Island 4, never has elected a Scotia 11, New Bruns- 1 candidate in Quebec or 10, Quebec 74, Ontario four Atlantic provinces Manitoba 13, Saskatche- though the old CCF won 13, Alberla 19, British Breton South four times 23, Northwest Terri- 1940 on. The NDP ran 105 1, Yukon 1. Ididates east of Ontario in deposit has been in and only two got their feet since 1874 but accurato its of the number for- All 19 NDP hopefuls in go back only to 1911. berta lost their and of lost deposits In' 1 did the party candidates elections: 1911, S3; the single-seat ridings In 170; 1921, 197; 1925, 113; Northwest Territories and 76; 1930, 74; 1935, 407; i Yukon. Saskatchewan was 93; 1945, 462; 1949, 353; only province where 404; 1S57, 342; 1958, 369; INDPer lost a 1963, 509; 1965, 483; Liberals had their 437. j Wage and (controls TORONTO (CP) Wage O'ConneM was addressing price controls would have nomination meeting that ac- a a better weapon to light Liberal David Weath- flation than the methods parliamentary secre- by the government, federal to Urban Affairs Minister bor Minister Martin Basford, to seek re-election said the Toronto riding of IMr. O'ConneU, who West. labor minister last January, said traditional methods of fighting Inflation such as reducing government spending labor minister said the real culprit behind unemployment is Canada's high birth 1 restricting the supply of following the Second World in the economy are not and not government pol- The government used methods and the result said Canada will need one "extra painful to new jobs over the next _ he years. The alternative is to means we will have to inflation by controlling awfully hard and fast in and prices on a job he said. "emergency" basis, he Mr. O'ConneU said the B'Tm not announcing unemployment pow is ment he said. "I'm and the unemployment nouncing my personal is about to subside. Former eye Tory WELLAND, Ont. (CP) Conservative leader John forthcoming battle for is awaiting Mr. ship of the federal Conservative party Is federal minister said former Liberals to Join the Minister Trudeau's lead- ies, Robert Slanbury, minister of communications, qualities have brought Canada through economic and "Frankly, I don't think crises of the last four would feel too comfortable if He said that on Oct. 30 were Conservative Leader will not elect a so- Mr. Stanbury government. about 600 at a Liberal only alternative would be tion meeting in Welland by leadership ot the "How would you feel, party "and that Paul Hellyer on your left, been a weak reed for that Lawrence on your right, to lean on for the past Claude Wagner coming up years." "They are leaders In of a BRINGS ARREST Mr. Hellyer, a former (AP) A young cabinet minister, left the was arrested two in a disagreement over ago for threatening lo hi- policies and eventually a Lufthansa and an Italian tha Conservatives. Mr. demanding ransom of rence, Ontario justice from each airline, said left the provincial scene to official announcement Sun- federally and Mr. The man, identified only mer Quebec Liberal justice a 22-year-old student, sent a ister, also joined Mr. to Alitalia on Sept. 5 field's to hijack one of its IMEF FATE unless the ransom was Mr. Stanbury said the the Middle East news f fate that met former reported.