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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, December 1, 1971- Equal Berlin relations J3. in communique MOSCOW Renter 1 West A joint communique on the Germany and the Soviet Union six-day Gcr- ,-ffrowi Tuesday that the eslab- man Foreign Minister Walter irhilions betwern the basis of full of Hi-cat importance for im- i-ca mpoance or m- an U'e situation in Europe. I possible. Schccl also said tlfc two govern- merits want last year's non-ag- gressinn treaty between Bonn and Moscow ratified as soon as Canada's economy shoim expansion This a 2.3-per-cenl expa.n- sirn over tho three previous months and a gain of moru than in.2 cent over a year ear- lier. But while it Mpcd narrow [ho cap between Canada's po- ieniial and it actually is producing, the third-quarter in- slightly less than a big gain made in April May and June. j The statistics bureau said sub- stantial gains were made in the first nine months of 1971, and there was a sharp pickup in sector. This meant more output and more jobs, but the gain was not sufficient to make a significant reduction in unemployment. I The statistics bureau said' there was a real gain in output from price increases- amounting to 5.3 per cent ui the first nine months of this year. If there is another one-per-cent gain in the final quarter of the year, this would bring the year's total close to the six-per- cent goal set by the Economic Council of Canada. The gross national the total value of all goods and services to billion last year. It increased to an annual rate of production of billion in the first quarter of 1971. and to billion in the second three-month period. Statistics Canada said prices across the whole spectrum of Canadian retail, wholesale, and other ele- ments going into the by nine-tenths of one per cent in the third quarter of This was a tenth of a percentage point higher than in the same period last year but short of tho l.U-per-cent increase in the sec- ond quarter. IBSTiON and SALE of ORIGINAL Oil PAINTINGS selected by EARTHA ART STUDIOS of Calgary PROMOTING CANADIAN ART Now on display at the COLLEGE MALL The Bis Four Berlin njyree- of Sept. 3 "constitutes essential step along the road of elminating tension in the centre of Europe." it added. 'Hie Berlin question and thu ratification of last year's treaty were one of the central topics of KchrpJ's talks wil.h .Soviet For- eign Minister Andrei Gromyko. j West Germany has pressed fo; a Berlin accord before ratifi- cation, but the Soviet Union has insisted on the opposite order. SUGGESTS COMPROMISE Scheel put forward a sugges- tion to avoid this stalemate by which the Big Soviet Union, the United States, Brit- ain and first Issue a declaration confirming that the Berlin accord was unal- terable. The Soviet news agency Tass said the two governments also reaffirmed their intention to promote the admission of the two German states to the United Nations as part of the process of relaxation in Em-ope. The two foreign ministers em- phasized that the current situa- tion in Europe favors calling a conference on security and co- operaCion, in which European states, Canada and the U.S. would take part. On the question of force re- ductions tbay had agreed that "an understanding on this score without detriment to the state participating would make a sub- s t a n t i a 1 contribution to the cause of strengthening security in Europe and thus to the cause j of lasting relaxation of tension." Record signals of Soviet test WASHINGTON (Renter) The United States recorded today seismic signals presum- ably from a Soviet nuclear test, the Atomic Energy Commission announced. It said the signals originated at about 1 a.m. EST from the Semipalatinsk nuclear test area and were equivalent to those of an underground nuclear test ex- plosion of between 20 and 200 to tons of TNT. This is the llth presumed So- viet test the U.S. has announced so far this year and there has also been one firm nuclear ex- plosion report. 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