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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stpl.mblr S7, W2 THE UTH8RIDOE HERAID IS Trudeau shifts (Guaranteed I compoipn Banned Tory1, Stanfield is needled I ffthflljft.flt.P, ____ into high gear arm ncome By VICTOR MACK1E Herald Ottawa Bureau Meantime the prime minls- ller's tour will step up its OTTAWA Prime Minister There has been some crili- Picrre Trudeau will start accel-1 cism building up among Liberal ffir Tfi- I tViaf TYlulpau's I views sought WINNIPEG (CP) The western agricultural conference reieased a statement VANCOUVER (CP) Con- servative Leader Robert Stan- Pierre Trudeau will start accei- clsm building up among fa arating his campaign for re-1 supporters that Mr. Trudeau's of prairie agricuiurd issues next week, a spokes- caSpaign'pace appears almost on which it asked all parties in Liberal Party head- Ieisllrcly in comparison with and in 0B 30 ection next week, man in Liberal quarters said here. roress The grand strategy oJ the ert Slantield, New Democratic positions I ihiral election planners calls Party David Lewis and Social It included proposals for for the pnme minister com- Credit Leader Real Caouette. guaranteed minimum farm m- encuVB phase two of his cam- Liberals who had hoped their tome bearing "a fair rcla- at start of October. leader would come out fighting, tionship with the non-farm sec- ieisllrciy in cummin iaim i Progressive Conservative nob- federal election to state their at w start of Ocoer. eaer wou come The prime minister will start and fighting hard, as soon as lor" and arbitration of labor- i ov- the startin bell was rung, have management disputes in desig, Social Credit slill lias three to go candidate i j. Iservative Leader Koocrt sian- WO11 t (lUll field told this maritime area of I Canada Tuesday that he is sym- MONTREAL (CP) Lucien pathetic to calls for establish- Bachand, vice-president of the merit oi a Canadian merchant Quebec Ralliement Creditiste marine. 1 anil Progressive Conservative 1 He also said during a radio candidate in Richmond in the hotline show that there should Oct. 30 federal election, says he be a U.S. Canadian group 1 will not resign from the Credit- whose job would be to prevent ifite parly. oil spills from tankers carrying Armand Bois, interim Credit-1 Alaskan oil. iste leader, said here Mr. He said a Conservative gov- Bach and was excluded auto- ernment would do everything to malic ally from the party be- prevent Alaskan oil tankers ime minister will start ana iigmmg naru, as auu" ivi oth to this coast and his native Atlantic coast. Not only would a merchant marine establish jobs, but it would help shipyards on both coasts. "It seems to me quite tvagic that we don't have any mer- chant marine in this country at all." FIRM GOT GRANTS One listener mentioned that Mr. Slanfield had been critical of the government's administra- tion of regional incentive granls, yet the Stanfield fam- concern had received granls. He said this would mean increased profits for tha concern. Mr. Stanfield replied that has no connection with the con- cern but he assumed the grant made it possible to expand and create jobs. The listener asked whether Mr. Stanfield's personal had come from the concern, said Mr. Stanfield. The listener was apparently referring to Truro, N.S., facturer. Stanfield Ltd, of a clothing manu- Spokesmen for Mr. Stanfield said that the Conservative lead- er has nothing to do with concern, which was established by his grandfather and wmch is run by a brother and a nephew. Goes after Ontario vote OTTAWA (CP) Con- Be r va live Leader Robert Stanfield will wind up this week with two days of campaigning in southern Ontario, where he hopes iiis party will make gains in the Oct. 30 federal election. He concludes his current British Columbia tour Wednes- day with more radio and tele- vision appearances and visits to shopping centres. Most of the activity is scheduled for areas jusl outside Vancouver, in- cluding Chilliwack, Surrey, New Westminster and North Vancouver. Robert Thompson, former So- cial Credit party leader, will get Mr. Stanfield's first-hand nelp when he visits Surrey- White Rock riding, where Mr. Thompson seeks eleclion as a Conservative. Most of Thursday will be spent in travel as the Stanfield party flies east to Toronto. No campaigning is scheduled. The Conservative leader goes after the southern Ontario farm vole Friday. He will visit the wan Federation of Agriculture, Unifarm of Alberta and United Grain Growers Ltd., a produc- er-owned elevator company. "Further injections of money into the agricultural sector by il government are ne- the statement says. "Such expenditures are jus- tifiable because of the income position of prairie farmers and of the importance of agricul- ture to the total economy of Canada, not just the prairies." Edwin (Ed) Ens', 46, a finan- poinlment of Claude Wagner as cial consultant who also was header of the PC campaign in unopposed. Quebec and the party's candi- The nominations left only dale in SI. Hyacinthe strongly three federal ridings in Alber- influenced his decision to run ta without Social Credit candi- as a Conservative candidate, dates for the Oct. 30 election. He said the philosophies of Medicine Hat is to pick a can- the PC and Creditiste parlies didate Wednesday, while Rocky were not very different. Certain Mountain and Peace River can- Crediliste programs could be didates will be selected within integrated with Conservative a week. I parly policy.________ Where parly leaders are You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere international plowing match at Sebringville and take part in the match parade if the weather is good, A REAL EYE-OPENER Spending nine months In a remolo northern Labrador town proved to be a much grealer chal- lenge and far less palatable than Iwo young school had expected. Read about their difficulties nnd problems IN YOUR LETHBR1DGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE Happy birthday! WINNIPEG (CP1 Social Credit Leader Real Caouette arrived here at mid-day to spend Tuesday, his 55th birtlv day, campaigning in Manitoba and said he's looking forward Io another personal milestone during the federal election campaign. He said in an interview he and his wife will celebrate their I 35th wedding anniversary Sept. 30. The Social Credit leader had a busy sclwdule of television in- terviews and public meetings planned for Tuesday. The Win- nipeg visit closes Mr. I Caouette1 s western swing. By THE CANADIAN PREJSS Prime Minister and Win- nipeg. Conservative Leaner Sur- rey, New Westminster, Vancouver and North Van- couver, B.C. New Democrat Leader Saska- toon, Elaine Lake and North Battleford, Sask. Social Credit Leader Toronto and St. Catharines, Ont. 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