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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID TliurirJny, November 2, 1977 Indecisive election results responsible Canada in period of economy confusion ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. no Bingo called after 57 numbers we will continue lor BONUS JACKPOT 50 NOS. NO ONE UNDEB 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. 2 SUNSET FOUR FRIDAY, NOV. 3-SUNSET FOUR SATURDAY, NOV. 4-SUNSET FOUR TORONTO (CP) Econo- mists and ma-kcL analysis an- poar to agree Lhat Canada is in for a period of confusion and indecision as a result of the in- decisive federal election. Among the problems they see is an interruption in long-range economic planning and perhaps a delay in some maiov projects such as the SO billion Mack- enzie Valley pipeline. I They talk, too, of a possible lower value for the Canadian dollar, the fear of a renewed bout of inflation and new con- sideralion of price and wage controls. Among other items, these also are mentioned: energy re- sources development, trade ne- gotiations with the United States, federal-provincial rela- tions and foreign investment. Some economists, however, feel that whichever of the ma- jor parties forms a govern- ment, there be some sup- port from the other for meas- ures to stimulate tho economy and reduce unemployment. As Seymour Friedland, pro- of economics at York University, put it, the voters didn't "challenge" the existing political system in any signifi- cant way. They Rave the NDP more seats, but the major shift was from Liberals to Con- servatives. W. Allan Beckett, a con- sulting economist, has a dis- senting view. He feels the elec- tion results may "naralyse" the government's ability to make major changes in taxation and spending policies. John C'ipso, dean of the fac- ulty of management studies at University of Toronto, is pessi- mistic. "What worries me Is that we're faced with a period of in- decision in which we're unlikely to get sensible policies to deal with the twin problems of unemployment and Inflation." And this, he says, "is no time to be indecisive." A money market dealer feels the Canadian dollar may weaken. This would be good for exports "but it won't look so good six months from now if we have a run against the luT." Mr. Beckett sees a good deal or "shadow boxing" on issues with long-term implications as economic relations with the U.S. He expects no real ac- tion until after another election. Both Prof. Friedland and Da- vid McQueen, chairman of the economics department at Glen- don College, see the govern- ment adopting an expansionary stance to try to create more jobs. As a result, both see dangers of inflation. The answer to that, says Prof. Friedland, will be price and wage controls. "Not says Mr. McQueen. "There's a very at- tractive possibility that ought to be checked out, which is to stimulate economic activity by reducing indirect taxes, par- ticularly sales taxes." Mr. Beckett agrees inflation "is a problem and will remain a problem." "You aren't going to get nny major policy initiative and you aren't going to solve unemoloy- ment doing what we've been doing." He expects some foreign in- vestment to be scared off by the idea of the socialist NDP holding a balance of power but sees this as 'a good thing" be- cause an inflow of money has pushed the Canadian dollar up- ward. Market analysts, who had hoped for a wave of confidence following the election, were dis- mayed at the result. STORES Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 1. CASIJ 2. 30 DAY CHARGE 3. BUCGEI PLAN fMlH'l JCnu We're much more than Headquarters! Snow Champ WHITEWALL BELT FORD, CHEV. PLYMOUTH We also Canada's hottest deal in front tires too! 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Part II of the adventure about a U.S. gunboat and her crew during China's 1926 political upheaval. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Sheriff." 3 p.m., Ch. 7. Ossia Davis as a black sheriff dealing with racial tensions. VARIETY: George Kirby, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Teresa Graves joins Geroge in a dance and comedy routine. REPORT: Here Come Tlic 70s, p.m., Ch. 13. An examination of psychological and physical effects of sound. MOVIE THRILLER: "The a.m., Ch. 7. Alfred Hitchcock's terrifying vision of what might happen should the birds run amok. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Do You Take Tills 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A socialite schemes lo inherit a million dollars by traduig identities with a dying man. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! lilted by Ihe radio and television llmlont. Any variation in program ichedul' ii due to lent- minute channel by the nations and Ii not Ihe nipon- libllity of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Conlemporary News Doug Marvin: Conlemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Cbec Trading Post Grain Prices Buryl Clark Farm News Bab Heskelh Chec-lino Leo John Olive Farm New Grille Pric Call Dave King Jack Neule Paul TESsie CJOC News with Bill Skcllon, Rod Whill, Bill Matheson Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Card THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDfiY Probe 1320 Probe 1220 Jim Elliot News, Wlhr, Sport World et CBC News News end Grain John Walker News, Wlhr. Sport Prices Request Line fl.35 Phane Bill Shaw Jack Thys John Charles Joan Water-Held- John Walker Barry Heglsnd Jim Elliol 1320 CHEC FM News, Wihr., Sporls Hourly MON. THRU SAT. Dob Concie Don Hodman Don McAAasler Den MacMasler Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Prairie ChamUor 13-03 Radio N. 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