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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 24, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 TAKING A BREATHER Douglas Uoney appears to be blowing off steam. Actually, it's just a matter of po- sition. He's standing in front of a steam pipe opened in downown Toronto. Economic activity expected to accelerate during 1971 OTTAWA (CP) Economic activity is expected to acceler- ate throughout 1971 and whittle shop centre announced EDMONTON (CP) West- ern Realty Projects Ltd. of Ed- monton announced Monday a shopping centre is to be huilt in the northeast part of the city. Scheduled to be opened in 1972, the centre would contain two large department stores, about 75 smaller stores and two theatres. Construction tenders are ex- pected to be called early next year. down the present high rate of unemployment, Dr. William C. Hood of the finance department said here. Dr. Hood, speaking at the Ca- nadian Agriculture Outlook Con- ference, said the government is anticipating a steady improve- ment but there are areas of the economy which may remain weak in 1971. This involves Canada's trade balance because, while there has been a substantial improve- ment in exports this year, the outlook is not that bright. In addition, with an economic upswing anticipated, it would mean that Canada's imports would increase next year. Dr. Hood, assistant deputy minister in the economic analy- sis and fiscal policy branch, said a definite improvement in housing construction and con- sumer buying should be evident next year. Government action to stimu- late tiie economy has resulted in a reduction in interest rates and Policewoman loses her handcuffs TORONTO (CP) Mary Harris wont to work today without her handcuffs and billy club. Miss Harris, a Metropoli- tan Toronto policewoman, was a robbery victim during the weekend. A bandit broke into her apartment while she and a room-mate slept, and left with two purses, some credit cards, Miss Harris' driver's licence, the hand- cuffs and billy club. banks now are able to expand their loans, a factor "that will be felt in the months to he said. SPEED PAYMENTS The government has also moved to speed the payments made to the provinces under various programs and these fac- tors also would stimulate the economy next year. However, Dr. Hood warned that capital investment by the private sector is not expected to grow next year, mainly because of a low level of corporation profits. Capital investment for the first six months of tin's year was ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINfC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 about three psr cent lower than comes commission, "gives the same period in 1969. he said, pause to policy-makers how rap- Worldwide inflation won 1 d idly the economy can bo also be an influencing factor on I brought back to high productiv- Canada's external trade next! ity and employment." The conference is discussing year. "The picture for next year is one of strength but not lite in- creasing strength as we have seen this year." Dr. Hood said the average in- crease of wages in Canada, the implications of the federal agriculture department assess- ment of the prospects for Cana- dian agriculture during 1971. crease m wag.-o u, FIRST PRODUCED about nine per cent compared The first oil produced in Can- with the six per cent suggested ada was prepared m south- by the federal prices and in-1 western Ontario in the 1850s. HOll D'OEUVRES WITH A DIFFERENCE Margo Oliver holpt you plan o cocktail parly. Her Weekond Magazine recipei this Saturday include dn assortment of hot and app- tizers. Suggestions include Bacon Rollups, Cheese-Stuffed Tomatoes, Scallops In Batter and Turkey Balls. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Tories press for controls on sale of M-l rifles OTTAWA (CP) Conserva- tives pressed in tha Commons Monday for restrictions upon the sale and use of the M-l semi-automatic rifle, the type used in the kidnapping of Pierre Laporte, slain Quebec labor minister. Eldon Woolliams gary North) asked what steps the government, is taking to "stop the sale of Uie M-l to kid- nappers and gangsters." Justice Minister John Turner replied that the cabinet, under the Criminal Code, may prohibit or restrict the use of a weapon if it isn't a shotgun or rifle com- monly used for hunting. The government had no defi- nite information on the category of the M-l, a light, rifle used by [the U.S. Army and now on sale as surplus. The government was awaiting a report from the RCMP. Mr. Woolliams asked the gov- ernment to assure the House that action is being taken. Solic- itor-General George Mcllraith replied that hs will press exami- nation of the matter. Red giants end fend MOSCOW (AP) Commu- nist China's new ambassador to the Soviet Union, Liu Hsin- chuang, has arrived here, thus restoring diplomatic relations between the two feuding Com- munist giants. Liu, Peking's first ambassa- dor to the Soviet Union since 1906, was greeted at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport by the chief of protocol of the Soviet Foreign Ministry, Boris L. Kolo- kolov. The Soviet Union and Com- munist China began fueding in the late 1950s over ideological matters and'withdrew their am- bassadors in 1966 during China's cultural revolution. After a series of border clashes in early 1969, both sides have made overtures to im- prove relations. The Soviet Union named a new ambassador, Vasily Tolsti- kov, in September and he ar- rived in Peking Oct. 9. Liu was formerly a vice for- eign minister and Tolstikov was first secretary of the Leningrad Communist party committee. "WARTS' AN HERBAL REMEDY Unsightly WARTS on face. University item temporary TORONTO (CP) The Uni- versity of Toronto said Monday the problem university gradu- ates arc having in obtaining rm- pioyment in the present Ught labor market probably is -i "temporary phenomenon." 3 to WART REMOVER. No: liarmlcss to healthy skin. BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. AND WESTMINSTER DIUGS In its annual brief ta the pro- vincial committee on univcrAty affairs, the university said a survey by its school of graduate studies showed that only seven of 241 men and women who graduated recently with docto- rates are "known to be unem- ployed." The figure differed from that obtained in a survey by the Uni- versity of Toronto Graduate Stu- dents' Union which found 85 without jobs. It was understood that the union counted gradu- ates on research fellowships as unemployed and the graduate school did not. The university claimed in the brief it is the outstanding uni- versity in Ontario and asked for a higher level of government financial help than other educa- tional institutions. It suggested regrouping On- tario's 14 universities into tlu'ee or four categories determined by excellence and maturity, a move it said "would require courage to implement." "To treat each university within the province as though they were at a common level is wasteful of the investment which has been made in the University of Toronto in the past." The University of Toronto has a student enrolment of more than Its budget in 1970 is million and the brief dis- closed that it has instituted a 15-per-cent cutback on all non- salary items in the budget. 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