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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Protective hood Kia doesn't look very happy wearing a plastic pail around her neck as she and her owners drive in Ottawa. But Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weir say the pail is for the dog's own preventing it from biting at stitches in the dog's leg. Quebec to protect HulPs character HULL. Que. The Quebec Government is ex- pected to table a plan in the national assembly this seeking to protect the cultural and linguistic character of this city of across the Ottawa River from the capital. The move is a result of a re- cent motion adopted by city council that only pre- dominantly-French federal government departments be THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION REQUIRES BOOKKEEPER Fully experienced in Accounting. Payroll and monthly Financial Statements. MANAGER at 327-6644 allowed to establish on the Quebec side of the national capital region. which is more than 90 per cent claims the federal presence being established here under the national capital region concept is diluting the French character of the city. come here to our night spots and restaurants and try themselves in Mayor Gilles Rocheleau said recently. come here and accept the city as French- culturally different. Boycott AMMAN Jordan will boycott the next session of the Middle East peace conference in Switzerland un- less .Israel first signs a military disengagement agreement with senior aides to King Hussein said Tuesday. FRIENDS 'N NEIGHBOURS While Quantities Last CHARGEX 70 Stores Serving Alberta FRL JULY 4-5-6 Off LADIES' HALTER TOPS T-SHIRTS TANK TOPS LADIES' SHORTS LADIES'PANT COATS TOPPERS AND JACKETS Long or short sleeves fussy or shirt style. Choose from dozens of styles in polyester acrylics simulated Canadian vinyl and brushed cotton. Sizes 10-20 and sizes. Assorted colours. Reg. 3.98 SALE Reg. 16.98 to 39.98 SUMMER CLEARAN R GIRLS'-SIZES 2 TO 14 GIRLS' PANT SETS Denim jacket and pants. Nav or chambray. Sizes 7-14. Reg. 12.98 SALE Sle set Si SUMMER TOPS nylon or polyester. Assorted group of short some body suits in plains and patterns. Sizes 8-14. Reg. To 1 44 1.98 SALE MAKER KIDDIES GIRLS' PANT CLEARANCE We can'l say the but it's their famous stretch denims in navy. red. pastel and patterns. Machine non-iron. Unconditionally guaranteed. Sizes 2-14. CLEARANCE CLEARANCE GIRLS' PLAID eveless tops pant set or sleeveless Sassy CLEARANCE TODDLERS-KIDDIES' T-SHIRTS Short fancy and plains in boys' girls' styling. Sizes 2-6x. Reg. to 2.69 177 CAI P COTTON SLEEPWEAR Cute prints in long baby dolls and pyjamas. Sizes 2-6x. Reg.to2.79l 99 CAI P BIKINI PANTIES Excellent large selection of prints plains. Sizes 7-14. Reg. 4 An 485C 1 99 3 pr. 1 ED-RIGHT CLEARANCES FOR MEN MENS' DRESS SOCKS Wlllll polyester. multi-ply nylon socks in In knitted summer weight -short sleeve styling. Stripes plains In polyester nylon blend in neat patterns. Sizes to zip long pointed collar. Colours include or side pattern. Assorted shades. beige or Reg. 4.98 to Reg. O88 SALE SALE I V Canada keeps close eye on U.S. economic trends WASHINGTON Some economic forecasters say American wages will con- tinue to rise and that pressures to restrain the ris- ing inflation rate may place a damper on real economic growth. For the next few months at American interest rates will likely remain high although there is some indica- tion they may ease before the end of the year. Many countries including Canada are watching American economic trends with deep concern. A lack of growth in the American economy can have a major impact on world trade. High American interest rates act as a signal to the Western world that competition for in- vestment funds has been in- tensified and that countries which may seek to reflate their economies by reducing their own national interest rates will have to delay their planning. GROWTH REDUCED What is clear from American developments is the U.S. economy will experience only slight growth in the com- ing months. Economists are worried over the record rate of infla- tion but are divided on the most effective ways of dealing with it. Treasury Secretary William challenging predic- tions that inflation will re- main at about five per cent a year for the next predicts it will hit 7.5 per cent by year's end and may go higher next year unless the government balances its' books and builds up budget surpluses. Through such the government would be able to reduce its public thereby making more funds available to consumer and in- dustrial borrowers. Budget director Roy Ash calls for cuts in government spending to provide an exam- ple for general restraint in public and private expen- ditures. But he thinks it is too early to start thinking of building budget surpluses. Herbert chairman of President Nixon's Council of Economic says the outlook for somewhat slower economic growth than had been forecast for the second half of 1974 is causing the ad- ministration U.S. workers will recover some of their lost earning power in the coming he but warns that any explosion in wages would cause a more rapid increase in inflation impairment of the recovery of the Stein says the coninuing de- pressed state of the housing industry is one factor contributing to a slowdown in the rate of economic growth. Tied to this is the steady in- crease in the prime lending an increase which analysts say is prompted by heavy corporate borrowing and a tight-money policy by the Federal Reserve the country's money managers. Analysts say there was a slight decline in inflation an occasional easing of the board's tight-money policy and an apparent deci- sion by some corporations to postpone capital expan- easing loan demand. Stanfield No. 1 traveller By THE CANADIAN PRESS A nine-province blitz by Progressive Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield will make him the most-travelled of the major party leaders in the few days left until the July 8 vote. An itinerary released Tues- day by his headquarters shows Mr. Stanfield will be in every province except New- which he visited last week. Prime Minister Trudeau and David of the New Democratic will be in four and five provinces respectively during the next few days. Mr. in Toronto early flew aboard his chartered DC-9 to Win- nipeg for an evening rally before returning to Toronto for an overnight stay. he goes to Yar- for a noon recep- tion before going to New Brunswick for visits to Tabusintac and Fredericton. He is scheduled to make what his organizers call major address'1 in the New Brunswick capital before fly- ing back to Toronto late tonight. he flies to Wind- sor for a taped television to Montreal for another TV to St. for an evening then back to Montreal where he remains overnight. he flies to Moose and Medicine for a series of recep- tions. his itinerary shows visits to number of ridings in British before he goes on to a public rally in Vancouver. Mr. Stanfield returns to Toronto for an afternoon reception in the riding of Scarborough East then flies to his home riding of Halifax in the evening. He plans to spend election day in Halifax and to fly back to Ottawa next Tuesday. Prime Minister after being in flew to Tuesday and had scheduled an overnight stay in nearby Vernon. his chartered DC-9 is expected in Victoria and Van- where he will stay overnight he flies to Moose Jaw and will visit nearby Gravelbourg and Weyburn before going to Regina for an overnight stop. Mr. Trudeau flies to Fort landing at International because the Ontario centre has no airport capable of handling large jets. That night he will visit Niagara Falls and Hamilton before staying overnight in Toronto. his itinerary has the prime minister campaign- ing communities including Cobourg and Peterborough as well as the Toronto ridings of Don Valley and followed by another overnight stay in Toronto. Mr. Trudeau is scheduled to attend a on the Toronto islands before flying to Ottawa where he will spend election day. New Democrat Leader in Vancouver and Calgary flies to Regina today for several func- including mainstreeting and a public rally. He will stay there overnight. he is scheduled in Winnipeg and The before going on to Ontario Fri- day with stops planned for Iroquois Falls and Windsor. Saturday. Mr. Lewis tours Windsor by bus before flying to where he goes to Oshawa by bus for a picnic with members of a United Auto Workers union local. 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