Winnipeg Tribune, 9 June 1932, Page 18
Youth Seeks Clean Politics In Manitoba, Says Swail fifounger Generation Sincere : In Desire for Honesty u and Efficiency jt ' Tha much - discussed younger e neratlon Is going to bring about ,fcteater honesty and efficiency In 'government ' That It the considered opinion t ef IV. W. B. Swail. ona of the seven Conservative candidates In Wlnnl - iT. tnd among tha younger of tht 29 men of all parties seeking election In the constituency. - , "R.W.B. stands for "Ralph Wee - - ley Beattle." At p 36 years of age . ' he is a successful barrister, director ' In half a dozen V ..' . a companies, mar - vear - old son. and Swail iik.. (katlna - . i Drafted Into Campaign ' This U R. W. B. Swail't first bid br election. If he hadn't been II - ' rally drafted by the Macdonald - Cartier club of Winnipeg to stand for the Conservative nomination he would have been content to re - fiain a member of the club'r executive. executive. And an efficient one, other tnembera will add. "In education and outlook, in the sincerity of their di - aire for .efficiency, .efficiency, and in their genuine love for Manitoba, I honestly believe (fiat the younger men tn politics today will supersede the old - line politicians,'' Mr. Swail said Monday. Monday. "The fact Is that the younger generation Is not swept away by toe parliamentary perorations which used to be the chief stock - in trade of the. old - line. Honesty nd efficiency will be the essential essential essential - " i Notsa Political Sincerity ; sir. Swall's conviction arises out f hia experiences in tha Macdon - )d - Csrtler club, which he Joined ait its inception here in 192ft. The dub of Young Conservative, su Mrawdinc tha Young Conservative Tub formed in 1922, embraces sjarious - minded young men who make a keen study of politics and Konomtos. His committee room on Portage an sit Furby t - is busy these ii with, a whole corps of work - I .r. Trie notable fact is that all are voluntary, composed entirely at friends who admire hla qualities 1 and ara confident of hla honesty and aincerity. Mr. Swail was bom in Quebec, Bear Montreal, tn 196. At the turn ' of tha century he waa brought to ats, and haa lived la the province vsr alnce. AXter attending the ' a.,tila ohool at Boiaoevaln. ha R. W. B. reived Ms degree of Bachelor of Laws at tha University of Manitoba Manitoba In 1921, being graduated from the Manitoba Law school In 1922. Loves Home Life In 1917 ha was honorably discharged discharged from the army after serv ing ror more than a year. He was associated with the law firm of Bonnar. Trueman and Hollands rrom ibit ta :?Z5. In that year he practised with Judge Donovan before hla appointment to the Bench. A year later he Joined the firm or coieman, swail and Glbben with which ho la at present asso ciated, jn he married Miss Virions Hnary. daughter of L R Snary, who came to Wlnnines In the 70s. He Is the son of E. Swail. retired Iue dealer. A lover of home. life, he believes that tha present accumulation of taxes Is discouraging Initial and maklntr saving almost Impos sible for the ordinary family. If eiecteo, rie is determined to work lor tax rennet ion. OPENING NEW STORE I O GEORGE TINDALL Mr. Tlndall, who has been associated associated with the clothing - trad in Winnipeg for th past thre yeari, Is opening a new clothing shop to be known as Th Tlpgery Shop at 361 Portage av., wber be will handle a complete lint of men's haberdashery and made - to - measur suits. Mr. Tlndall la an experienced clothing man, and In addition to his Winnipeg tar - vice, has managed chain clothing stores tn Fort William and ja K,f f ' t ' A .. ase. . m - M vV" - ;. - f - h of iame to Winnipeg ntrl a ritVn tX Weal ax aoUC U r - Bud bury.