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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 23, 1972 THE 1ETHBRIDCE HERALD 21 New twist: WHO IS THAT HANDSOME DEVIL? New Democatlc Party Leader David Lewis autographs a party campaign posler during campaign visit. Returning officer must pay persons OTTAWA (CP) The chief returning officer in the Laval, Que., federal constituency must pay a handful of people out of Milton Glenn LeBaron Is an Investors Syndicate Sales Repre- sentative in I ho Ldhhridge area. He Is fully qualified to discuss the many financial services of- fered by Investors- These include Guaranteed Money Accumula- tion Plnns, group and individual tax-saving programs and annuit- ies, as well as seven Mutual Funds, Mr. LeBaron Ts olso available for tho servicing of Western Sav- ings and Loan account: I M. G. leBAROM 219 27th 51. S. Phone 327-1650 SYNDICATE LIMITED k Complela Peisonal Financial .Service .is own pocket for not counting Cliicf Electoral Officer Jean Marc Hamel said today the ol icer, Alexandre Joli, must pa; hese persons because he ille gaily dropped their names from us list of enumerators. Donald Boyle, president he New Democratic Party con stituency association in Lava aid Thursday that 41 NDP-ap pointed enumerators wer dropped from the list. Alexandre Joli, chief return ng officer of the constituency said only 10 NDP lad been replaced. Mr. Hamcl said the matle ivas "solved" some time and he thought the number wa Between eight and 10. VIOLATED LAW He said the NDP had ap pointed the number of em merators it was entitled to ui der law. The chief relurning o iicer could not reach some c Lhem so he replaced Ihfim from a list he had in his office. M Hamel said he violated the la necause he should have aske Mr. Boyle to replace those wh could not be found. Parlies that place first an second in the previous feder, election are cnlitlcd by law I appoint an enumerator for e cry polling district in a co: stituency. Mr. Hamel said it will co. Mr. Joli between and lo pay illegally dropped en meralors. Mr. Joli probably can atfor it. Mr. Hamel estimated that will receive about for h services, based on payment seven cents an enumerate name up to Ihe first an five cents a name thercafte He also gets payment for cler cal help. Mr. Boyle said he had filed complaint with Mr. Ham Sept. 12. Mr. Hamel said t matter was solved at that tin and Mr. Boyle was happy." Commits suicide PARIS tnculer) Fren novelist and playwrighl Hen de Monlherlant has commit! suicide by shooling himself the throat, poh'ce sources sa here. Y.W.C.A. FALL PROGRAMS YOGA: Thursdays p.m. Bowman Arts Centre Slarli September 21 GUITAR: p.m. Bowman Arts Centra Starts September 20 LADIES' TAB GROUPS: Wednesdays a.m. Bowman Arls Centre, AshgrovQ Apll., Firit United Church Starts October 4 BRIDGE: Wednesday p.m. Y.W.C.A. Residence Starts October 4 ENGtISH FOR NEW CANADIANS: Tuesdays 8 10 p.m. at tho Bowman Arts Centre Wednesdays a.m. at Ihe Northsids Library Starts first week of October BLUE TRIANGLES: Girls 8 12 yrs. old Starts week ol September 25 1' TEENS: Young Teens 11 IS yrs. Wednesdays 7-8 p.m. Senator Buchanan School or Westminster School Starts of September 25 LATE REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTABLE IN ALL PROGRAMS For further Information phone 327-2284 on- ta an By JEFF CAimUTHEItS Herald Oltawa Bureau OTTAWA NDP Leader Da- d Lewis offered a new twist this week to liis secming- successful "corporate urns" campaign strategy of riticlzing big corporations. He told a small but interested udcnt audience at the Univer- ty of Ottawa that NDP re- larch indicates that if all tax wpholes and options are osed to large corporations, ersonal income taxes could bo ropped by as much as 10 per ent. But Mr. Lewis added quickly ist he would not be honest if e promised that an NDP gov- rnment, if brought to power, ould in fact cut personal in- >me taxes by that much, He said that after closing Ihe Dopholes in the tax laws so lal large corporations' pav ieir share of taxes, an NDP ovemmcnt would give Cana- ians a "substanlial" lax cut. Part of the extra tax money ould be kept by government and used to fund more pro- rams that Mr. Lewis says eed to be done In Canada to mprove the quality of life of nany Canadians. One example e offered would be a marked ncrease in old age pension ben fits. Mr. Lewis said that Ihe use loopholes in tax law by large orporations .is an "injustice" gainst small businesses in Canada, as well as against indi- vidual lax payers. Many smal usinesses cannot afford or d( lot qualify to take advantage ol oopholes, lie explained. More specifically, Mr. Lewis aid that an NDP governmen vould not permit largo corpo- alions to depreciate buildings equipment or machinery, for example, at a rate that would ic faster relative to their ac ual lifetime. If a piece of equipment last! 10 years, it should be depr eciated over a 10-year period ic explained. Earlier in the day, at Carle- _on University, Mr. Lewis agair said he docs not believe tba he Liberal government's ta reforms of 1D71 close all the re quired loopholes. And even i :he reforms did, the changes d. not come into effect for the re- source industry until 1977, h said. Mr. Lewis reiterated hi party's support of the concep of bilingualism. in the civil serv ice. He criticized the way th present government has impl mented its bilingualism policy using too much secrecy an crealing fear among many civ sen'ants, He rejected the idea of 1m- osing controls only on wages, fight inflation, saying this laced Ihe burden solely on the 'orkers. He said that it would e more just, and at the same me much more difficult, to mpose controls on all sources f income, to include lawyers and doctors for example. At the bilingual University of )ltawa session, Mr. Lewis was sked a number of questions bout what the NDP might do separatist elements were to ake power in Quebec. He termed the questions hy- pothetical and said he is sure the people of Quebec will ecide to stay with Canada. The NDP, if it should form a overnment in Ottawa, would rork lo remove the social and conomic grievances which are he breeding ground of ism, he said. Social Credit won't run against House speaker IAJCIEN LAMOUREUX Trudeau vs. Lewis Surprise debate Where party leaders are By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ratnrday Prime Minister couver. Progressive Conservative Leader ericton, Charlolletown, St. John's, Nfld. Social Credit Leader C er. SUNDAY Prime Minister Trudeau in Vancouver. Conservative- Leader in Ot- tawa. New Democrat leader Social Cvedil Leader WINNIPEG (CP) Prime; Minister Trudeau and David ..ewis, leader of the New Democratic Party, engaged in a surprise but brief debate Fri- day on unemployment. Mr. Trudeau was a guest on radio station C JOB'S open-line how wiien moderator Peter .Varren announced that he had invited Mr. Lewis to call in. Mr. Lewis told the prime minister that he is not being "air in suggesting that there are jobs for many of the more than persons listed as unemployed In a recent survey y Statistics Canada. The NDP leader said a gov- ernment report also reported that for every job available, [here are up to 12 persons look- ing for work. SAYS MISLEADING "You are trying to hope you don't intend there are jobs available for all of the and that is clearly wrong. There are maybe or jobs available, some of them part- time and in which the unem- ployed clearly do not fit but to emphasize these jobs are avail- always are." Mr. Trudeau replied that he wasn't trying to say there are jobs for everyone. He quoted the Economic Council of Canada as saying that in a society iike Canada's tiiere always will be three or four per cent of the work force without jobs. Above that there were man; Canadians who were selectivi about jobs. He repeated he was making no value judgmen about them but these people could be choosy because of wel fare and unemployment bene- fits. Thus figures being quoted bj opposition parties about th high numbers on unemploy ment insurance should take thi. into account. Mr. Lewis said the prim minister was "distorting th' situation." WOULD CONTINTJE "Suppose I grant you (her are or jobs yo would still have about 480.00C lie said. Replied Mr. Trudeau: "Mr. Lewis, you would be bringing the statistics dowi from perhaps sis per cen unadjusted or 5.5 to 4.2." The prime minister also told Ir. Lewis that the issue of cor- orate bums is a phoney one. 'ith its aids to industry, Can- da was creating more jobs han any other country. Mr. Trudeau also was asked y a caller about his alleged onnections with the Commu- 1st party. The caller said liter- ture to that effect was being irculated here. The prime minister said his nly connections with Commu- ists were his dealings with So- iet Russia and China and try- ng to sell them wheat. He also replied that lie !oesn't think his wife is a member of the women's liber- ation movement. "I don't think she fits that de- he said. OTTAWA (CP) Social Credit won't run against Lucien Lamoureux, Speaker of the last House oE Commons who seeks re-election in Stormont-Dimdas Oct. 30 as an Independent. That means that Mr. Lamou- reux faces a Progressive Con- servative, a New Democrat and candidate bearing a "Demo- crat" label. A statement from Social Credit Leader Real Caouctle says: "The position of Commons Speaker should have been made permanent some time ago. This is another example of indecision by the Trudeau gov- ernment who promised the Commons a permanent and in- dependent Speaker. "Consideration "or Mr. La- moureux, who has been a very honest and very respected Speaker in the last Parliament, prompts the Social Credit party decision not to contest Slor- inont-Dundas." Mr. Lamoureux first won the !ornwall-area riding, a mix of French-and English-speaking voters and plagued by unem ployment, as a Liberal in 1902. At a Cornwall" meeting Wednesday, Murray Forsytli was named NDP candidate and Mike Cassidy, NDP member of the Ontario legislature for Ot- tawa Centre, said that when the Liberals chose not to name a candidate, "they admitted that Lamoureux is not an independ- ent." REVERSED DECISION Mr. Lamoureux, in announc- ing he will seek re-election, re- versing a previous decision said he had been under cabincl pressure to do so. sources said Prime Minister Trudeau personally urged him to run again. Mr. Lamoureux has been Speaker since 1066. He first ran as an independent in with CARRIERS WANTED for STAR WEEKLY 10 years old or over. Must be willing and ambitious. Phone 327-6434 after 6 p.m. inly NDP opposition. Early this month, after local jiberals decided not to opposo Ur. Lamoureux, Prime Minis- er Tmdeau suggested that all other parties follow suit. Mr. had filled tho Speaker's chair with "grace and distinction" and there is ittle doubt MPs will reappoint >im at the next Parliament, r. Trudeau said. But Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said while he lad the greatest respect for the' Speaker, it would be unfair and unreasonable to expect that constituency Conservatives should not have the opportunity :o elect their own candidate. Srant Campbell, lawyer and fovmer MP, is the Conservative choice. Mr. Stanfield said the Con- servatives did not oppose Mr. Lamoureux in 1968 because Mr. Trudeau had been expected to c steps toward appointment of a permanent Speaker. But had been done. r SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEl Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-1702-327-3610 For her safety and comfort, HARDL1TE Lenses Only half (he weight on her pretty liltle nose. Shatterproof for maximum protection. warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law in some countries advisable everywhere! Available in all prescriptions. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription SungloisM Children'! Framtl Magnifier! Rcpairi Reaionabli PrUn MEET YOUR CANDIDATE KEN HURLBURT Will be at a come and go coffee party starting a) 10 A.M. SEPT. 26th 1516-20th Ave. S. off Scenic Drive Mr. Hulburt is the Progressive Conservative Candidate for the Lelhbridge Constituency and will be accompanied by Mrs. Hurlburt. Ken will be able to discuss the forthcoming Federal Election issues and answer questions. EVERYONE WEICOME Hostess-MRS. TODD MIABECK Co-Hostesses-MRS. DFANE GUNDLOCK MRS. GEORGE SCOTT Pouring will be MRS. HURLBURT, SR. MRS. J. 5. STEWART MRS. KEN HURLBURT MRS. M. IUCO MRS. WINONA NELSON MRS. H. WALTER MRS. FRED SEEMAN Phone 328-9246 if transportation needed r Inserted by: Lethbridgo Progressive Conservative Association X CAIGARY PH. 265-5406 EDMONTON PH. 469-4426 Congratulations and Best Wishes to LETHBR1DGE and SOUTHERN ALBERTA ON OFFICIAL OPENING OF YOUR FINE UNIVERSITY We are most pleased to have beer) chosen by Contractors BENNETT and WHITE and Archltecis ROBINS, MITCHELL and WATSON to supply the glued laminated timber roof structural members for Physical Education building. WE'VE MOVED! ASSOCIATION is happy to announce we have moved to our new building at 608-5th AVENUE SOUTH (Across tho street from the Downtown Park ad e) Business will continue as usual, commencing MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th at a.m. PHONE 328-1181 (For all departments) ;