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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wrintrfoy, Dmmfcir 1, THI ItTHIIIIIOGE HMAtB _ 27 GRILLED MINISTER Hoi television lights mar tho comp E. J. Benson as he is questioned by reporters in Ollawa. osure of Finance Minister I disagrees OTTAWA (CP) The labor force is growing rapidly. Prime Minister Trudeau said Tuesday, but he declined lo agi the estimate of Ihe E Mr Trmic-.ii arsworing Cora-j and jobs but would have to mons questions, said he lir.d complish the target on its own. "ce, the council report but had j In brief quesUon-and-aiiswer not studied it in depth. i exchange on the council s fmd- The report published ings, Opposition Leader Robert day said Canada would need to I Stanficld accused Mr. Trudeau generate 1.4 million new jobs by angrily of twisting his remarks 1971 to Ret the unemployment New Democrat Leader David mrtment of' rceional economic i had been sent from the depsrt- mcnt lo Saskatchewan "the explanations came from, approving the loans, department o f f i c i a 1 s as the Mr. Francis then said he had Commons public accounts com- the letter and jiad Co mittee questioned them on ir- regularities mentioned in the 1970 report of the auditor-gen- eral. realized the loans would be ille- gal under Saskatchewan law. He said the money was returned immediately when the error The report said grants total- j was discovered. ling had been made improperly to the Maritime I provinces during the transfer to i -w I h e m of responsibilities for B aiJUllCSC marshland rehabilitation. The j 1 grants had not been specified in j spending estimates presented to the Commons and had come' from funds tagged for ether purposes D. W. Franklin, director-gen- eral of administration, main- tained there had been no need i Chris I lights use for presentation of supplemen- TORONTO (CD The On- tario government is decorating lights. J. W. McCormack, head of the supply branch of the depart- ment of public works, said Tuesday tint the government tries to "buy Canadian wher- ever possible." "But where there's a great difference between the price of import and Canadian products, there's not much we can do experts to made products arc purchased j yjgjf; Mr. McCormack said foreign- tary estimates lo Parliament I its giant Christmas trees on th? since no increase in total dc- i lawns at Queens Park with parlmental spending was in- j h u n d r e d s cf .lapanese-iv.ade volvcd. But Assistant Auditor-General G. ft. Long said traditional practice in both British and Ca- nadian governments demands such expenditures be presented first to Parliament even though there was no statute requiring it. ADMITS IKHEfiULAIHTV J. D. Love, deputy minister of the department, agreed the ex- penditure was made irregularly but defended it by saying inex- perienced departmental officials "were noi aware ihat parlia- mentary a p p r o v a 1 was re- quired." Illegal loans made by Saskat- j chewan NewStarl Inc. to conn- j terparls ill New Brnnsv.'ick and j Manitoba were similarly ex- j plained by J. P. Francis, as- j sistant depuiy minister of the! department. i The independent development corporations, funded entirely by federal grants, arc nut empow- ered under provincial la11: In make loans. Bu( in I Mil I hi' regional ex-i pansion department told Ihe short-ICTm loans lo- Mr. S t a n f i e 1 d had asked whether the government ac- cepts tiie analysis of the Eco- nomic Council of Canada that an annual 6.5-per-cent industrial growth rate is needed to cut un- employment to below four per cent of the work force. Mr. Trudeau said he was glad Ihst Mr. Stanfield does not care what happens to the rest of the was an irrespon- sible position- Mr. Stanfield said he had said no such thing. II? was not going to have his remarks twisted by a prime minister who had to resort to "that kind of tactics." Mr. Tmdeau had also said one of the difficulties the report sets out goals but not how to attain them. The council had not 'said what degree of inflation it was pre- pared to accept to go along with jits recommendation for in- 1 duslrial growth. SOUGHT DEBATE Mr. Lewis unsuccessfully sought an emergency debate on the council's call for an in- dustrial strategy to generate more jobs. His motion was disallowed by Speaker Lucien Lamoureux. Mr. Lewis asked whether the i government plans to put more emphasis on manufacturing and service instead of the mining in- dustries to create more jobs. Mr. Trudeau said the govern- mcnt lias given a great deal of attention to the problem. In the last decade there had been a faster increase in the manufac- turing and service industries than in the extraction field. Ariculture only if they are at Icon in per i cent cheaper than the Canadian lie did not givo exact fibres on ,he cbris'.mas tree lights, but ones rost ]c-s-' in Deaf si- lms KDMONTON (CPI The Al- lalling to NewStarl 'cor-1 provincial school for poralions in New Brunswick and I deaf in Edmonton has been r-. Manitoba. OTTAWA (CPI Twelve Ca- nadian agriculture experts will visit Russian farms and agricul- ture institutions Dec. the trade department announced today. P u r p o s c of the mission, by H. P. Poirier, an ag-. ricultnre department assistant deputy minLsler, is to look into Information exchanges between th? two countries and the possi- bility of increased trade. The twelve will visit a meat processing plant in Moscow, a combine faetoiy at Taganrog, a ca'lle breeding farm at Kitov, a stale farm a! Krasnariar and various scientific research insti- tutes. [n finam-o nr-ifor of the fledfi- ling organizations and for con- 1hn rdncalion (icparf- Kducr.t o n Minister aiv venience were from the Saskatchewan a g n c y funds, Mr. Francis .said. S1IAHK HICSl' He said responsibility for the, illegal loans must be shared be- tu'i'on the depar'nu'nl and Ihe Saskalchcwan C'lrp. netiuccd today. Mr. Ilyndman said the school will undertake ils func- tion on a two year trial has'- wliliout anv initial inorea.--o in Klrvaior de- in The purpose i.s to provide bet- ter and earlier detection of hoarim1 loss in children, belter co ordination of programs fnr snch children and professional assistance to in areas ni'honl qil.'dified staff. Mr. Ilyndman said the srimol provide diagnosis and as- .si'Nsmenl of hearing impair- ed children, guidance and coinv oalamini: ill, (100 hushris of grain in lliis com- munity HHI miles north oi Md- j selling for parents. Icachcrs and monton. administrators, liaison services There wa> no cstimalc of j In aid pupil placement and lo damage and of Ihc develop local programs i.r-d in lire had not, Lcn determined. .service Iraining for Itach.'ix Ehiniiilon wins PC nomination i Sask. (CPI Al- 'vin llamillon, agriculture min- islor in the .lohn Dicfonbakcr (abituM, was nominated here to rnntiM Moose Mountain for the Progressive Cou.sorvalives in Ihe next fed- eral clcclion. Mr liainihon defeated Peter of Maryfield at a pub- lic mec-linj! altcndcd by about .'inn pel-sons. (Mails of the v.rro I-'irsl. elected lo the House of j Commons as Ihe member for Qu'appelle in he was rc- i Heeled in liirill, 1M2, nnd hul was defeated in Ififil! in i the in riding of Hegina East. 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