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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Otlober 7, 1971 THE UTHBBinc-S HERAID 20 78 sniffers die to create more jobs TOKYO (R cuter) Hie death of a 12-year-old has brought to 78 the number of fatalities so far this year caused by a young Japanese sniffing paint thinner and glue, police reported VT T OTfAWA (CP) The government lias been considering "a great number of useful .suggestions" for creating more jobs in Canada but Prime Minister Trudcau would not indicate to the House Wednesday what form these measures might take. The federal cabinet's economic committee, held a two-hour session Tuesday reports that a big winter employment program was being considered. And when the House met Wednesday. Mi. Trudcau [accd a series of questions on ,he issue. However, he offered few details. He said when asked Leader Holrert Stanfield whether Ihe measures being considered will be in the form (if a new budget. Then, when Mr. Stanfield asked whether the government had ruled out a reduction in taxation as a means of economy, the prime minis ler said it was not possible lor him to si.v what suggested measures had been eliminated or retained. Mr. Stanfield said he found it encouraging that some lax re ductions were being then asked whether a government announcement would include statements on economic and employment trends, since forecasts made by Finance Minister Edgar Benson last June "are no longer applicable." The Opposition leader have to be palient and wait and sec, replied Mr. Trudean. David Orlikow (NDI'-Winni-pcg North 1 asked whether the government w a s considering suggestions from the Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities for federal tions to fMiiployrnent-creating funds. Again, the prime minister said details of the government measures would be revealed when the announcement was made. SEEK CHINA AIUI KAMPALA, Uganda (Keuter) President Idi Amin will ask China to send military technicians to Uganda, the ministry of information announced part of Trans- Telephone System HOSTS JAPANESE EMPEROR President Georges Pompidou of France greets Emperor Hirohito with a hand- shake as the visiting Japanese ruler arrives at Elysee Palace in Paris for luncheon. Madame Pompidou stands beside her husband, partly hidden by a palace guard in left foreground. ______________ Turner sidesteps WMA questions OTTAWA (CP) Justice Minister John Turner side- stepped questions in the Com- mons Wednesday about govern- ment plans for new laws to safeguard internal security in the event of civil unrest. El don Wooliams gary North) pressed the minis- ter "unsuccessfully to say when new legislation could be ex- peeled. All Mr. Turner would say was the Commons agenda still in- cludes a government proposal to establish a joint Commons-Se- nate committee that would study what kind of law is needed. That proposal was put on the Commons order paper as a formal motion last May 29. but no action has been taken. Mr. Woolliams also asked whether the government would now accept his amendment to the motion calling for a full ex- amination of circumstances sur- rounding government proclama- during the Quebec kidnap crisis a year ago. Mr. Turner turned aside that suggestion. Laying he had not changed his mind from his pre- In questioning the minister, Mr. Woolliams had quoted Quebec Justice Minister Jerome Choquette saying recently that the War Measures Act is too blunt an instrument to be put again into the of police officers. That act, which permits the roundup of detention without trial of persons regarded as se- curity risks, was invoked last Oct. 16 following the kidnapping by members of the Front de Liberation du Quebec of British diplomat James Cross and Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte. Mr. Laporte was killed, Mr. Cross freed in December. The government withdrew the War Measures Act and replaced it with less-stringent legislation Public Order (Temporary Measures) expired last April 30. Atr. Turner was accused at I tion of the War Measures Act the time by Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa of being soft on terrorism. Prime Minister Trudeau said the government stood ready to invoke the War Measures Act again, if neces- ious position against such ac- j sary. Meantime, it would use ion the Criminal Code. U.S. effort doomed to keep Taiivan in UNITED NATIONS (CP) Many foreign diplomats arc doubtful the United Kiatcs, de- spite increasing efforts, will be able to keep Nationalist China in the United Nations. The diplomats say the U.S. has not picked up significant strength despite Ihe heavy em- phasis put on the UN by State Secretary William Rogers for two seat for the Pe- king government as well as one for the Nationalists of Taiwan. But. Albania, speaking for Pe- king in Ihe general debate Tues- day, said that Communist China remains unalterably opposed to any rrrangemenl that would en- able two Chinese regimes to sit in the UN. Albania has been acting as floor manager in the General Assembly for the resolution that calls for admission of Poking and the expulsion of Taiwan. r.ogers met Tuesday wilh offi- cials of more than a dozen na- tions rnd dealt overwhelmingly irith Ihe China question. More of the snmc was expecled in his meetings today with 10 more foreign ministers. U.S. officials .ay meetings held over Ihe last two weeks balre done nothing to dispel their cautious optimism (hat the American plan will succeed when final voting starts, proba- bly early next mouth. But diplomats from other na- tions said many governments are reluctant to back the U.S. proposals because they don't want to endanger their own re- lations with mainland China. In Tuesday's debate, PaJdslan took its case against India lo the floor, charging that India is carrying out "acts of war" against PakisUtn. "The only reason why the sit- uation has not escalated is be- cause the government of Paki- stan has exerised the utmost re- Chief Pakistani dele- gate Mahmud Ali said. In Ottawa Tuesday. External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp expressed anxiely about the possibility of conflict between Pakistan and India. "I don't think we can he any- thing else at the moment but lie told the Com- mons external affairs commit- tee. THE INFORMATION Or, how the haggard businessman can get rid of a headache. The trouble with a lot of business headaches is that sometimes you just can't see the woods for the trees. You know the feeling. And so do we. We call it the Information Snarl. 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