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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Thursday, February 14, 1974 Public service shows rapid growth OTTAWA (CP) A brief winter begun with a 1969 gov- ernment freeze on expansion of the federal public service seems to have ended with a prolonged spring that shows no signs of letting up. Rapid growth of the public service from 1971 on may have gladdened the hearts of job- hunters, but has raised prickly questions for cabinet ministers and critics of government expansion. Prime Minister Trudeau in 1969 pledged a freeze in government growth. The austerity plan kept the. number of public servants in departments and de- partmental corporations bob- bing between and for a year-and-a-half, according to Statistics Canada figures. For a time, the public service actually shrank as positions of people who resigned, retired or died were not filled. MORE HIRED By the outset of 1971, Statis- tics Canada figures show the number of departmental em- ployees had crept up to and nine months later the total was about September, 1972, found departmental workers. As yet unpublished figures for last September show a total of not including approximately employees of government agencies and proprietary corporations such as Canadian National Railways, Air Canada, Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. and the wheat board. Nor does it count the armed forces. Though .three-quarters of federal public servants work outside the capital region, the expansion of the public service has probably had its greatest impact in Ottawa- Hull. The public-servant population in Ottawa and Hull now approaches well above the of September, 1971. Other large centres across the country have shown comparable growth. In Montreal, the public servants of September, 1971, grew to in 12 months, Statistics Canada says. Toronto, with federal employees in September; 1971, counted more than a year later. Other centres with large federal public-servant populations are Halifax, in September, Vancouver, and Winnipeg, Public service growth in Ot- tawa-Hull was termed extraordinary by Douglas Fullerton, former chairman of the National Capital Commission. He is preparing a special study for the government on future devel- opment and administration of the region. Local residents have in recent meetings outlined such problems as soaring housing costs (the average home now costs about alleged lack of planning in construction and transit. Even a former Liberal cabi- net minister has been moved to question whether there is a need for increased numbers of highly-paid officials. Senator Arthur Laing said last summer that at least six new government departments could have been made sub- sections of existing agencies. Happiness is buying during Dunlop's FANTASTIC FEBRUARY Rape centre launched Philinda Masters (left) and Professor Lorenne Clark add final touches to Toronto's Rape Crisis Centre which opened Thursday. The centre was started by a group of concerned Toronto women as the incidence of rape has risen 76 per cent in the last six years. With the purchase of a new or used vehicle from Dunlop Ford, you have a chance of winning a trip for 2 to Hawaii for 2 weeks. The draw will be limited to the first 200 vehicle purchasers beginning Feb. 5, 1974. Also free license plates for all cars purchased between Feb. 5th 28th, 1974. Brand New 1974 Pinto 2 door, 2000 cc, 4 speed. Value option package to go As Low As 8 new Pintos in stock ready to go Demonstrator Clearout 1974 LTD 4 door hardtop. 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Stock No. 1273 A 1973 Nova Sedan Green and White in color. 350 V8 automatic. P.B., Radio. Stock He. 1926 A Stock No. 1302 A 1972 Fort! lonr fobor hardtop. IpmaJic, P. Bio. medi lor. 1971 Maverick SALE HOURS Mon.-Wod. I a.m. 6 p.m. t a.m. 9 p.m. Sat 8 a.m. 5 p.m. DUNLOP FORD 6 cylinder auto- 495 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive Dial 328-8861 of grain spirit For generations the Russians made a vodka from potato spirits. Now, we introduce to Canada a vodka which is a delicate blend of fine grain and potato spirits. ROSTOV VODKA ;