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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Civil unrest' warning given OTTAWA (CP) Opposition Leader Robert Slanfield sug- gested Friday in the Commons there may be "civil unrest" if the government docs not do something about the high unem- ployment rate among young people. He said in the Commons that Prime Minister Tnideau, if he was worried about civil unrest among youth, should instruct his ministers to take action to reduce the "inhumane and dan- treatment of youne peo- ple. Mr. Trudeau replied that the government is concerned about all unemployed. Did the opposi- tion want the government to dis- criminate against older unem- ployed persons in favor of youth? Opposition groans greeted this remark. Mr. Stanfield also sought spe- cial assistance for the un- employed he said are not re- ceiving unemployment insur- ance benefits. He asked that qualifications for unemployment insurance be eased for the winter months. Mr. Trudeau said he was not RIPLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626 aware of the figures cited by Mr. S'lanfield and would ask Labor Minister Bryce Mackasey to look into the matter. BANKS PRESSURING Eldon Woolliams (PC-Cal- gary North) said the banks are putting pressure for repayment of student loans on former stu- dents who cannot find work. He asked that the repayment period be extended until they find jobs. Finance Minister Edgar Ben- son said he would take up with the banks any specific cases Mr. Woolliams had. He also said there are provi- sions for extension of the repay- ment period to 10 years and be- yond. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker Al- bert) asked whether it is a fact that Manpower Minister Lang had said that an increase in un- employment could be expected in the next few months. Mr. Lang said that the fiscal and monetary actions of the fed- eral government are working against normal increases. But one expected unemployment to rise during the winter. REFLECTION OF UNEMPLOYMENT SITUATION Unemployed men line up at Tor- onto's welfare offices today to apply for relief. Unemployment in Canada rose to 000 by mid-November, an increase of from the previous month. STUDENT DIES ISTANBUL (Reuter) Huse- yin Aslaiilas, 22, a Turkish stu- dent shot during a gun battle Between rightist and leftist stu- ient factions Sunday, died in a lospital Thursday. Castro demands for sugar crop leaves Cubans gloomy !L C? BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE! AT JJJ SHOP INDOORS! NEW CAR SHOW ROOM NEW YORK (AP) Failur to reach Premier Fidel Castro' goal of a 10-million-ton sugar crop, plus the lack of consume goods, has left many Cubans de pressed and grim, the York Times reports in a dis patch sent from Havana by twi Canadian free-lance journalists James Reed and his wife, Bev erley. Although the final sugar out put was only 8.5 million tons, i did set a Cuban record, the slory says. The report relates milk pro- duction is down, and meal ra lions for each person are three- quarters of a pound a week Housing also "is in increasingly short supply." "Clothing is increasingly diffi- EMERSON'S DOWNTOWN 4th Avenue, 9th Street South 1-70 CHEVELLE SEDAN Regular retail NOW ONLY ___i..... 3-70 PARISIENNE HARDTOPS Regular retail NOW ONLY 4-70 CHEVROLET IMPALAS 2 and 4 door hardtopj. Regular retail NOW ONLY......... 5-Year, Warranty! 4-'70 VAUXHALLS. ONLY 36 Months to Pay! First Payment in March! EMERSON'S PONTIAC-BUICK OPEN TO P.M. PHONE 327-5705 NFU boycott Dow Chemical WINNIPEG (CP) The Na- tional Farmers Union has voted to boycott all farm products made by Dow Chemical Co. The action came in one of the last items of business at the union's annual convention. It is designed to show support for Cesar Chavez an American farm labor organizer who was jailed for contempt of court. Chavez, serving his term in Salinas, Calif., was jailed for re- fusing to call off a lettuce boy- cott. The NFU was told that Dow was indirectly responsible for the action. The resolution to boycott Dow was urged by Aubrey E. Gol- den, a Toronto lawyer and le- gal counsel for tlie union. Delegates to the convention had discussed the resolution earlier in the week but il was sent back to committee for fur- ther study. cult to obtain and Premier Cas- tro has warned of even more se- rious shortages in the account said. "Cigarettes are rationed at two packages per person each week. Also in short supply are costume jewelry, women's stockings and plastic hair curlers A pair of nylon stockings on the black market is priced up to WATER SCARCE In addition to "chronic water the story continues, "those Cubans who still own cars are rare, since imports of private automobiles in C u b a INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra Income by Learning to Prepare Tax Returns For Full Details, Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 6 Adelaide St. E., Dept. 1C Toronto 1, Ontario have been suspended since 1961." "Among radical students there is a strong undercurrent of criticism of economic man- agement by the Cuban Com- munist party and the govern- ment bureaucracy." "A young revolutionary artist sat in his Havana apartment apologizing to adult visitors for his empty tire Reeds say, but he lold Ihem he slill believes many people, prob" ably a majority, "still believe in Fidel." Saturday, December 12, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Anglican Church, state ties won't be broken LONDON (Renter) Changes in the relationship be- tween the Anglican Church and the state were foreshadowed in a report published today. But the traditional ties between the two will not be broken. The report of a 16-man Church of England Commission of Inquiry on Church and State was divided on whether the British prime minister should continue to select new bishops. I Supporters of the nomination and state, the report said a total system claimed election might severing of church-slate lies produce the wrong sort of men j would be impracticable and dis- cnd their committee system j liked by the public, who "still would leave the prerogative of I want to feel that religion has a igainst disestablishment which has tied the Protestant Church of England to the slate since Henry VIII broke with Roman Catholicism in the century. Eight members of the com- mission, three of whom declined to sign the report, recom- mended that an electoral board should choose the bishops and have their decision endorsed by the Queen. The other eight proposed that the monarch should be advised by a committee, acting through Ihe prime minster. The Brilish premier has advised Ihe sover- eign on bishops' appoinlments since 1721. Supporters of the electoral board note that the prime minister may not even belong to the Anglican religion. WOULD HE WORRY? Valerie Pitt, spokesman for those who did not sign the re- port, said she could not imagine the prime minister, faced with strikes and students, "worrying much over half a paragraph in the prayer book or who was to be appointed bishop of Chelms- ford." Cbelmsford Is a small cast England town. CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. COWLEY, ALBERTA Wish to announce its recent incorporation and subsequent licencing to deal in Real Estate in the Province of Alberta. Our head office is in Johnson Bros. Sawmills ltd. office in Cowley, Alberta. We can offer a complete service and do solicit your enquiries. We expect to stress farm and ranch sales. As in the past we will bend every effort towards good sound business- like dealings. I would personally like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Henry Schwartz and Mr. Gordon Schwartz for the sound counselling ond friendly advice they have given me during my association with them. GORDON JOHNSON, CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY ITD. Phone Day 628-3775 and Night 628-3836. BOX 1H, COWIEY, ALBERTA. the monarch v i rt u a 11 y un- touched. On links between the church place in the land to which they call turn on the loo rare occa- sions they think they need it." want to make a change for the There's a plan that can solve your money worries at university. And some other worries too. It's called the Regular Officer Training Plan. ROTP pays your tuition expenses whils you earn your degree in Engineering. Sciences. Or Arts. ROTP solves your summer employment problems by paying you every summer between years. While you train to become an officer. ROTP guarantees you an interesting, well- paying career when you graduate. As a com- missioned officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Give some thought to ROTP. Conlact your local Canadian Forces Recruiting and Selec- tion Unit at: 115 8th Ave. S, W. (on the mall) Calgary 2, Alberta THE CANADIAN ARftlED FORCES W. H. anb feabe fte brtong to usi! 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