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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jobless Action Pledged 'If We Have The Money OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Tnideau said Friday the government will take further measures to combat unemploy- ment this coming winter "if they are needed and if we have the money." He was replying in the Com- mons lo Opposilion Leader Rob- ert Slanfield who asked whether the government takes the posi- tion that it has done all it rea- sonably can do lo fight unem- ployment. Mr. Trudeau said after a pause that he would not say the government would not do more. He said earlier in reply to Mr. Stanfield that the government has taken a series of measures to alleviate unemployment and "is doing a great deal of things indeed." Mr. Stanfield had asked for new measures lo combat unem- ployment in view of the warning by the Atlantic Provinces Eco- nomic Council that there will he crisis conditions in the Allanlic provinces this winter. MOTION REJECTED The Liberals rejected a mo- tion by Heath Macquarrie (PC for a special de- bate on the APEC forecast of drastic and imminent unem- ployment in the Atlantic prov- inces. Mr. Macquarrie said APEC predicts a severe economic cri- sis this winter in an area al- ready suffering at least 10-per- cent male unemployment. Crash programs were needed to dim- inish the force of this crisis, he said. Gerald W. Baldwin, Conserva- live House leader, said Iwo cab- inet ministers shouted rejection of the required unan- imous Commons approval for before Mr. Mac- quarrie had presented it. Mr. Trudeau cited a number of actions he said the govern- ment lias taken, including more federal funds for housing, equal- ization payments and grants to the provinces and easing of re- straints on the money supply. Mr. Baldwin said such mea- sures were a "dismal flop." Mr. Trudeau said in reply to David Lewis, deputy New Dem: ocratic leader, that housing starts have increased to an an- nual rale of units from 200.000 units. Gilbert Rondeau, Creditiste House leader, asked whether the government will assume tin- employment costs as recom- mended in its wlu'te paper on the subject when the unemploy- ment rate exceeds four per cent of the labor force. Mr. Trudeau said legislation will be introduced after exami- nation of the white paper is completed. Mr. Lewis asked for special legislation to increase unem- ployment insurance benefits now. Mr. Trudeau said the govern- ment does not plan to do Ihis. But it would be happy to intro- duce its unemployment insur- ance legislation as quickly as possible if the opposition would co-operate. Robert, McCleave (PC-Hali- t'ax-East Hants) asked for selec- tive fiscal and monetary poli- :ies. Finance Minister Edgar Ben- son said such policies have al- ready been announced and the government has put money into regional development. One Injured One person was slightly in- jured and damage amounted to in a rear-end motor ve- hicle collision Thursday on 3rd Aye, and 12th St. S. The driver of one the ve- hicles, Robert J. Montgomery of 2506 18th Ave. S., was in- jured but did not require treat- ment. Driver of the other ve- hicle was Dario J. Bertie of 1015 9th Ave. N. LONG HISTORY A form of bowl'ng was played I in Egypt as early as 5000 BC. Saturday, Novombor 7, 1970 THE IE7HBRIDGB HERALD 19 SURVIVOR Suzanne Van Stecnburgh, 21, a Canadian student, says she was the last to escape from a dance hall fire in St. Laurent clu Pont, France, as siie relaxes at her home in France. The fire kill- ed 144 persons. PM Usually Gets In The Last Word OTTAWA (CP) A prime minister has greater ani quicker access to publicity thai any oilier Canadian. Practically everything h says and does is reported am Nixon Names New Pollution Administrator WASHINGTON (AP) Presl dent Nixon today nominated an assistant attorney-general Wil liam D. Rucltelshaus, as admin istrator of the Enviromncnta Protection Agency. Tlu's is the federal govern ment's new super-agency de- signed to concentrate air anc water pollution control effort, under one roof. "We're going after the pollu Ruckelshaus told report ers at a White House new briefing. Ruckelshaus described I h role of the Environmental Pro lection Agency as tile enforce- ment arm of the federal govern ments growing war on environ mental contamination. The agency will handle all federal environmental pro grams, including anti-pollution efforts, now handled by the de partments of interior, health education and welfare and agri culture. The Environmental Protection Agency comes into being Dec. 2. YOUR DOLLAR A GUARAN INCOME BED For the next five years. You can count on receiving a big BVz% interest for your dollar. Every six months. In a Royal Trust Guaranteed Investment Receipt. And, after five years your initial investment is still intact. For as little as you can plan on adding to your income. Simply complete the coupon and attach your cheque. Or ask Royal Trust for the details. Give your dollar a guaranteed income. Now. royal trust i 323 7th Street South Lethbridge, Telephone 328-1761 I I'm Interested In obtaining additional information. Enclosed Is my cheque for J broadcast nationally Immedi- ately. It follows that anybody who takes on a prime minister in an argument can pretty well count on getting the worst of it. Claude Ryan, publisher and editor of the Montreal daily Le Devoir, has been finding this oul lately. His supporters say he is entitled to cry "foul" at the treatment he's getting from Prime Minister Trudeau. Mr. Ryan and Mr. Trudeau met in the late 1910s and, says Mr. Ryan struck up a friendship. But after Mr. Trudeau be- came justice minister in 1967, Mr. Ryan began to criticize publicly the future prime minis- ter's concept of federalism: no special status for any province. In 1968, Mr. Ryan favored Paul Hellyer, then defence min- ister, for the Liberal leadership. In the general election that year he came out for Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield. During the anti-terrorist cam- paign in Quebec, Mr. Ryan urged negotiations with Front de Liberation du Quebec terror- ists on their demand for release of 23 prisoners and be is known to have had support within the Quebec cabinet for such nego- tiations although how much isn't clear. Friday Mr. Trudeau, without naming Mr. Ryan, told report- ers: "Lack of power corrupts; absolute lack of power corrupts absolutely." That has been taken to be a Trudeau jab at Mr. Ryan for seeking to use his weight to in- fluence events, but without suc- cess. Monday, Mr. Trudeau went farther in the Commons. He was asked by T. C. Doug- las, NDP leader, whether there were any indications that dis- j cussions concerning a possible provisional government in Quebec contemplated any Ille- gal actions, Mr. Trudeau replied: "None that I know of, but they were obviously predicated on the fact that a government that had been el lee ted six months before with an over- whelming majority of seats was now, in the mind of this person, so unstable and unlikely to last that he was contemplating H means to replace it." Again, Mr. Trudeau did not name "this person" but it was clear he was referring to Mr. Kyan. Tuesday night in a Radio-Can- ada television interview, Mr. Trudeau said Mr. Ryan and oth- ers "aren't accomplices of the FLQ, but they have identified themselves with FLQ de- mands." They are soft and I believo they are kidding the prime minister said. SOUTHERN ALBERTA and BRED SALE 1000 HEAD TOP QUALITY RANCHER CATTLE All PREGNANCY EXAMINED NOVEMBER 16fh at 1 p.m. SIMMENTAL BREEDERS CARDSTON 200 Hereford and Angus Cows bred to Brown Swiss Bulls 100 Hereford and Angus Cows bred to Simmcnfal Cross and Brown Swiss Bulls GEORGE TEMPLETON IETHBRIDGE 90 Hereford Heifers bred to Hereford Bulls NIEDERMIER FARM LETHBRIDGE 40 Hereford Heifer! bred fo Hereford Bulls WALDO ROSS FORT MACLEOD 200 Hereford, Angus and Shorthorn Cross Heifers bred to Angus Bulls JONES BROS., GRASSY LAKE 60 Angus Heifers bred to Angus Bulls MIKE SCHNEYDER JR. MAGRATH 35 Angus Heifers bred ,to Angus Bulli MORE USTINGS EXPECTED BY SALE DAY SALE CONDUCTED AT PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. 3 miles east and 'A mile south of Lethbridge on Highway 3 PHONE 328-3951 P.O. BOX 1057 LETHBRIDGI for the 25th Consecutive Year McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH SENIOR CHOIR Directed by Mr. H. Von Egteren Accompanied by Mr. J. E. Lanford Narration by Rev. Brian Jonei MA., B.D. 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