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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta x, Soplimbtr 1971. THE 1ETHBRJDGE HERA1D 13 Trudeau sparks shouts OTTAWA and jeers disrupted Hie Commons question period Tuesday as Prime Minister Trudeau and op- position leaders squabbled about the Dec. 6 tederal-provin- cial conference on unemploy- ment. Conservative Leader Robert SJlanlield began questioning by asking whether the government la preparing a federally-fi- nanced job-creating program to be announced before the confer- ence. Mr. Trudeau said the govern- ment is "studying plans and projects which might be an- nounced in due course." Pro- jects under federal jurisdiction could be taken without waiting for the conference. The prime minister sparked opposition shouts when he added that he was sorry Mr. Stanficld had referred the day before to his statements on the confer- ence as dishonest. Mr. Stanfield commented that a conference in Decemlier might possibly lead to jobs being created next summer but what could the government hope to achieve for this winter? HECKLED BY LIBERALS Mr. Stanfield repeated the question twice, to growing heck- ling from Liberal benches, but received no answer. The Conservative leader tried again by asking about a study being prepared by the govern- ment on unemployment figures. When would Ihe government take job-creating action, he asked. Mr. Trudeau said the study concerns the level of participa- tion of youth in Oie labor force. He added that he hoped Mr. -Slanfield regretted his charge of dishonest statements. Then it was the turn of New Democrat Leader David Lewis, who asked whether the prime minisler would consider advanc- ing the dale of the federal-pro- vincial conference to late Octo- ber or early November. Mr. Trudeau said he had made every effort to have llie conference earlier, OR.FECTS TO ANSWER Mr. Lewis objected to the an- swer, charging that the prime minister is "playing games with a question as important as un- employment." That sparked an indirect slash by Mr. Trudeau at Mani- toba Premier Ed Schreyer, a New Democrat. The Manitoba premier had used the contents of confidential discussions on the date of the conference "as a political ploy." Mr. Sclireyer earlier this week made public copies of let- ters to and from the prime min- ister about proposed dates for the conference. Ulr. Schreyer said the Dec. 6 date was too late. The prime minister's refer- ence to the Manitoba premier brought more criticism from Mr. Lewis. It was "not condu- cive to the dignity of Parlia- ment for the federal prime min- ister to make the kind of state- ments he did about the premier of a province." URGES ACTION SOON Frank Howard (NDP Skeena) urged that Mr. Trudeau take measures to implement winter works programs before the December mcciing, so mu- nicipalities could prepare. The prime minister said any announcements o n programs falling in federal jurisdiction would be made "well in ad- vance" of the conference. The conference was being called to discuss possible moves against unemployment that fell under joint jtiri.sdiction, or re- quired the co-operation of the provinces. Mr. Howard said Ihe winter works program dropped by the government (wo years ago had been valuable and should be reinstalled. Mr. Trudeau said not every- one in the country felt (hat the previous program had been use- ful, parlicularly Ihe municipali- ties which had thought it waste- ful and had asked for better programs. The government had re- sponded with its manpower re- training program. CALMNESS HELPS TORONTO (CD Man is capable of facing death if ho uses his brain and is realistic, Rev. John II. 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