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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE inHMIOGS HMUU9 Consumer Spending To Grow Man To His Death From Tower saM _ DUM, IT, OtUwt, OTTAWA (CP) Consumer OB higher education, housing and beverages-both it cobniic and soft grow faster In the first half of the 1970s then demand for all goods and services, reports a study prepared for the Economic Council of Car.ada. The study by Thomas T. fcbweltier is the first of a se- being for present tod patterns to 1975. Mr. Sdwwtwr's study deads with food, beverages and to- bacco; clothing, footwear and accessories; aod rent, fuel and light. These three groups ac- count for about half of total ex- penditures. 1 The other seven major groups of personal expenditure in- cluded In the gross national n- personal ex. peauibires from" i926 to the I penditure nill be reported oa later. rnimfi! Basing hu projections on Mr. Sdwetoer'i analysis spending on board and lodging in universities inereatiag by 1S1 per ceol-almost threefold-by 1975. It is expected a larger per- centage of total population will be in universities by then. Demand for water and electric- ity would increase by more than 60 per cent The calculations are !n terms of the volume of consumer spending, ruling out price In- "The report sees a 41.5-per- eent Increase in per-capita con- sumption of alcoholic beverages between IKt and 1975. Non-al- coholic beverage coosurrpUoa is expected to increase by 33.8 per cent per capita. C o n s u m e r expenditure to- talled in 1967 and the council, in its sixth annual review of the economy issued late last year, sees this amount- ing to in 1975, in terms of 1967 dollars, if the rounfrr is running at its eco- nomic potential then. MacKensies Spring Silver Sale! Mr. Schweitzer p renls paid rising by H.5 per cent per capita and 1975. The analysis shows lour consumer expenditure de- clining in the first KaM of the 1970s. Food served in company cafeterias and tie will down 4.6 per cent, and food pro- duced and consumed on farms uill be down 55.1 per cent But food sold at retail will be lap S4i percent. other dedlnea 13.7 per cent in demand for armed forces clothing, and a per cent in jewelry repair and engraving service. Canada (Cleanup I Deadline 1847 ROGERS BROS. Stainless EVANGELINE COTILLION NAVAHO Buy 4 spoons.. .for the 3! Buy 4 knives.. .for the price of 3! Buy 4 forks... for the price of 3! Even buy 4 place settings complete for the price of 3. Choose from famous 1847 Rogers Bros. Stainless or beautiful Internationa! Deep Silverplate with Sterling Inlay This exceptional offer at MacKeniie's now don't miss it EVANGELINE florentined with deep carved floral motif. COTILUON-traditional pattern to show elegance and your good taste. NAVAHO and rich to enhance any table you set Each 5 piece place setting consists of a knife, dessertspoon and salad fork Individual Place Setting S11.00 4 place settings.............. Save..................... nowtfnty................ DEEP SILVERPLATE WITH STERLING INLAY interpreted to accent the regal splendour of flprentine silverplate. LAURAL MIST-delicate flowers glitter and sparkle on a textured surface. WAKEFIELD-eleganceand beauty inthe traditional manner. Individual Place Setting........ S24.00 4 place settings..... Save....................... S24.00 now OTTAWA (CP) Tentative deadline for cleanup of oil tram the sunken tanker Arrow off Arichat, N.S., is July 1, Dr. IP. D. McTaggart-Cowan Tuesday. Dr. McTaggart-Cowan, oeco- I tire director of the Science Council of Canada, is heading the cleanup operation by scien- l Hsts and officers of several gov- ernment departments and agen- cies. 1 He said in an Interview group's report on OK cleanup (operation should be ready by Sept. 1. Dr. McTaggartCowaa was here briefly before resum- jing command of the cleanup. RAO, APPOINTMENT MONTREAL (CP) CNR PresidentN. J. MacMillan today announced the appoint- ment of John H. Spicer, 45, as vice-president in charge of transportatioo and mainte- nance. Mr. Spicer, a native of Moose Jaw, Sask., was educated in Winnipeg and joined CNR ia 1943. FACES MURDER CHARGE THUNDER BAY Hietamjes, 44, of no fixed ad- dress, is to appear in Thunder Bay District Court on two charges of non-capital munfer in connection with a double shooting. Ontario Provincial PoBce said Eino SeUri, 64, and Emo Koski, 65, were found dead in a cottage at Green Point near here. PoKce said the two bad been' soot. CHAIRMAN RESIGNS WINNIPEG (CP) Premier Ed Schreyer -said here Rex Grose resigned as chairman.of the Manitoba Development Fund over, differences' of opin- ion concerning an integrated forestry operation under 'con- struction at The Pas, Man. Mr. Schreyer told the legisla- ture disagreement between the government and Mr. Grose arose from a new engineering and financial audit of the de- velopment, ordered earner this month by the government. The integrated pulp, paper and lumber project agreement was'concluded by floe former Progressive Conservative gov- ernment under Duff Robtin in 19fi6. I PROBE CONDITIONS SASKATOON (CP) An in- vestigation of conditions on the I Red Pheasant Indian Reserve North BattJeford could I take place next week, a spokes- man for the Saskatchewan As- sociation on Human Rights 1 said here. Gilbert Earner of Saskatoon, acting secretary of the associa- I lion, said the investigation has been requested by the band council of the reserve. I Earlier, Gerald Wutfunnee, of the band council, said children have had to beg for food among the reserve's 550 residents. USE YOUR CREDIT OPEN AN ACCOUNT. 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