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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, March 22, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 25 Turner prepared to risk inflation By VICTOR MACKIE OTTAWA Faced a risk of rising unemployment or inflation Finance Minister John Turner told the House Wednes- day he was prepared to run the risk of inflation at this time. A concern that excessive de- mand'was creating too much in- flation in the Canadian economy was the theme running through the report of the Governor of the Bank of Canada G. K. Bouey tabled in the Commons Tuesday. Opposition Leader Ilobsrt Stanfield noted that, warnings sounded in the central bank's annual report. He enquired if it was because of these caution ahy notes from the Bank of Canada that the finance minister in troduced a budget last month that was less expansionary than the budget introduced in May 1972. Mr. Turner said he based hi budget on all the "reasonabl advice" he could get througliou the country. He took into ac count the views of the governo ol the central bank. He sai that had he taken the advice o he financial critics of the offt- ial opposition his deficit would ave been doubled this year. Mr. Stanfield said he still an answer to his ques- on. He wanted to know why budget in February was not more expansionary. "The minister of finance does lot seem to be able to be ca- pable of understanding things hesc said Mr. Stanfield. "That's no cliange interjected George Hees Edward Mr. Stanfield enquired if the inance minister accepted the views expressed by the gover- nor of the bank that expansion in demand constituted a sub- stantial threat of inflation and that growth and aggregate de- mand are likely to be the prin- cipal cause of inflation m the coming year. Mr. Turner said lie has made it clear to the nation that the deficit in his last budget in- volving a cash requirement of billion was about right. Be said it went to the limits of what he believed was a respon- sible position. U.S. POLICE ON ALERT FOR PLOT NEW YORK (Reuter) Po- lice across the United States continued attempts to uncover evidence of a nationwide plot to unleash sniper attacks on po- licemen and firemen sometime today. A police spokesman in De- Kalb County, Georgia, where the warning originated, sum- med up the situation early to- day when IB said: "The is supposed to come oil some time today, we'll just have to wait and see." The DeKalb department which covers a dense urbar area outside Atlanta, trans- mitted warnings to police throughout the U.S. saying: "This department has re- ceived confirmation that on March 22, this year, there ar planned sniping assaults agains police and firemen. Exact cities. and locations not known, but be- lieved to be large-scale oper ation." The reported plot was linke to black militant groups by DC Kalb Police.Chief F. D. Han anada wins bid 'or N-reactors MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va: CAP) State officials resumed talks oday with rebellious convicts raiding five guards at West Vir- Inia penitentiary, where one rlsoner was fatally stabbed nd two others wounded in an uprising Tuesday. A state official said the guards were unharmed, but vould not comment on the SIMPSONS bears CORRECTION ON PAGE 22 OF TUESDAY'S IETHBRIDGE HERAID the item HALF-PRICE ON FOUR CROSS AND OLIVE CRYSTAL STEMWARE A. R-98 SHOUtD HAVE BEEN PRICED AT for %J You must order in units of 4 of one style I.e. 5 pieces would cosl you 8.98 (for the first 4) plus 4.49 for an additional ono talks. Reporters were not ad- mitted to the meeting. Officials previousry agreed to seven undisclosed "minimal" demands by the rebels, who make up about a third of the population of the century-old maximum security facility. The dead prisoner was not identified and authorities said they did not know the circum- stances of. his death. Gty up in arms again Hotel damaged at Estevaii ESTEVAN, Sask. CCP) one was believed injured when fire broke out early today in :he International Hotel. Owner Walter Hopehan said he believed all guests in the three-storey brick and, wood building were accounted for. HEGGIO CALABRIA (CP) Violence flared for the third lay in a row in this city at the oe of the Italian boot Thursday while police pinned the riots on Fascist provocators. Most activities were at a standstill in Reggio while hun- dreds of people patrolled streets to enforce a city-wide strike called by a Fascist-sponsored group. Most stores were closed down. Schools were half empty. A few hundred persons stormed the city hall and other public buildings with stones. An employee at his desk wos in jured by a slab of glass from broken windows. Five hours of rioting by hun dreds of angry demonstrator Wednesday night left 11 person under arrest and a unknown number injured. The city is up in arms again because of the Rome parlia ment's refusal to hear its ap- peals for a more' exalted pos hfc builders and developers specializing in joint ventures Suite 2910 One Cal gary PI ace Calgary, Alberta Tel: ion and to grant amnesties for ,000 persons facing trial for heir part in an earlier uprising. In 1971, the government re- octed Reggies' demand to be :apital of Calabria and then iad to send in armored vehicles to crush prolonged rioting. The city was merely made alterna- tive seat of the regional parlia- ment. Wednesday night, thousands of people poured into the streets to protest the Senates' rejection of Heggios' appeal. Groups of rioters built street barricades and threw gasoline bombs in re- ply to volleys of tear gas from the police. Hundreds of windows along the main street were smashed by stones hurled by the rioters. The Senate rejection of the city's appeal came during a de- bate on a motion presented by the Beggio Senator Ciccio Franco, a member of the neo- Fascist Italian Social Move- ment. His motion asked for Reggio to be made the seat of an ap- peals court for the region, for more industrial investment and for amnesty for the per sons facing triai. Demark hit by worst If you're in the market for a car it from the Royal Bank... and we'll pay toward your plates! It's very simple. We have in crisp new bills to cut in your hand the moment ws put through a Termplan Perso nal Loa n I or you, f or or more of n BW m on ey. before June 29th. No cutchoi, no No chmgi in our Interest Plut: lifa-inKirmcn no You don't hava to be a Ftoyri euttomar. It's a good good that you may wonder what s in it for us. Well, personal lending is a very important pan 01 our business, Weknow that trierearemanypeonleinthe market for money this spring, and we want 1o increase our share ol lha business. So, we're offering you 1he best incentive we know Ihi ng we foiow We haven t changed our iniereseraies.andtheroare no hidden charges. We hope to make the money back from the increase in volumo And you. the borrower, can reap the benclit now. with theassurancelhiitihcRayal Bank wilt mverlinowingly let you rfct in ovefyourhcati. It doesn't matter whether you bank with us or not, and the only account you'll need to open is a chequing account for the loan repayments.Thisolfer applies toanybody who can qualify for a loan. __ Just talk to your local Royal Bank manager before Juno 29. Remember-you'll be in a belter position to make the best deal if you know you'va cjot tho money. So arrangs your loan before you shop for the car. Or, if you need a. ioan for something else, we'll stili give you cash. Something else we can give you-a 40 page book called "Your Money wilh lots of sound adv.ce on managing your finances. It's just one ol the many helpful services you'll find at your Royal Bank branch. Do something nice for yourself at the ROYAL BANK abor strife COPENHAGEN (AP) A wave of hoarding forced tobac- conists to ration the sales of tgarettes and dried up gas sta- ions periodically Wednesday on the first day of Denmark's worst labor conflict since 1936. With wage earners striking or locked out, super markets were jammed with wusewives who appeared to be illing up the home freezer for fears of a shortage even of food. People took to bicycles and snared auto seats as hundred! of private bus lines across thi country closed. Motorists were forced to make detours whei private ferry routes stoppei running. The few daily news papers which came out were snapped up by early risers. Shipyards, the entire meta industry, most private roa haulage and shipping were par alysed in a conflict embracing wide range of sectors such i typographers, truck driver electricians, bricklayers, ca pcnters, sailors, wallpaper hangers, plumbers, auto m chanics, office cleaners and t bacco factory workers. Strikes and lockouts were se- lective and complete only in some sectors, but the effects were cumulative, particularly in transport and distribution. Ironically, the first major la- conflict in more than a dec- de was ostensibly over a fig- ire of 10 oere (less than two cents) in a draft mediation pro- losal rejected by the cmploy- :rs' association, but accepted by the national federation of la- bor unions. LVJ 1 Mill HI FLANNEL BLANKETS SINGLE BED SIZE Grey with contrasting stripes. WOOIWORTH PRICE 99" IAD1ES' COTTON SHIFT DRESSES S.M.L. 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