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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaEtc gives warning Winnipeg free press tuesday pension of Domestic demand. It notes that finance minister e. J. Benson moved in this direction in his budget last oct. 14, but says he did t do enough to change the Council s underlying assumptions. The Council was formed in 1963 to give advice to the government and the general Public on How Canada should work to wards relatively full employ ment stable prices an Equita ble distribution of rising in comes and a viable balance of International payments. Continued t h e immediate goal the Council said should be to get unemployment Down to 3.8 per cent of the labor Force. Its Lon Ger Range goal for Canada is to have unemployment recently running to More than six per cent brought Down to three per i cent. The great problem is to find jobs for people in the 25-to-34 age group in the next few j years. The rate of employment i growth for them will have to be firm not tied to Bertram China Date set continued double what it was during the when a sore Throat has you desperate suck a Strep Sils Are Are sore and in flamed. Vacuum packed for freshness. Strep Sils contain germ killing ingredients recommended for tonsillitis and laryngitis and they melt slowly to prolong the flow of soothing Cooling that great taste really work. V available Only in pharmacies. Second half of the 1960s. This is the age group in which most families tend to be come established with their Large demands for housing and durable goods and associated needs for Urban the report says. Any significant shortfall in meeting the employment needs o f this group will produce serious economic and social trains in the 1970s." balancing the Supply of jobs with the numbers of workers coming into the labor Market is something that starts in the Early years of the educational system. The Council says Canada s performance in this area has been haphazard and it should be possible to plan bet Ter for the future. The Council finds the Canad an Economy operating three or four per cent Short of potential output with relatively full employment. This shortfall is Cost ing about billion a year in Yac was to have the 12.5 per cent and was to make Money through competitive bidding. He said the company did get work on the site at the Pas. Or. Wark said he made some checks on or. Conyac and said or. Kasser of techno pulp inc. Said he thought or. Conyac was reliable. He also said it was a Case of dealing with a company already operating on the site. Or. Wark was asked if be was told of the real purpose of the Pas foundation and excavation co. Other than As a standby company. But or. Warjo said that to him the real purpose of the firm was the standby role. Or. Wark testified checks petted to put a limit of less than 10 per cent of that figure. The president has said he will go to Moscow the latter part of May. Or. Ziegler after Reading the announcement said that the meetings in peking Are being held to seek normalization of relations Between the two emanial tour of world capitals the official said. Or. Nixon is fully prepared to the consultations since the pros-1 discuss monetary and Trade Dent has seen All the Allied is Sites As we As his Summit continued leaders in the last year or two the official replied since last june International environment has altered More than in any Corn Ost output and treasuries of All costing the governments More than billion annually in Ost taxes. To close the Gap the Council says real any. Have to crease at a rate of More than were made and reports received on the operations of the Pas foundation and excavation co. Ltd. Commissioner Leon Mitchell asked him about a report of one worker apparently having 200 hours of work in a two week period and of which Only 24 hours was at regular time. Or. Wark said payment for that would not have been authorized if he had seen it. But he said this sort of thing was found on several occasions to the two sides As the president has pointed out we shall try in the meet Ings with the leaders of the people s repute Trof China to seek a new direction in the relationship Between our two countries and to end the Isola Tion of our two great Peoples from each or. Ziegler said. Following the president s announcement july 15 that he would visit peking it was said that he would Confer there with party chairman Mao tse Tung and Premier Chou in Lai. A White House official who declined to be identified said that or. Nixon would make it Plain to Allied leaders he meets in december and january that plans Jet he does not expect the economic issues to be re the whole these talks the official said. The monetary issues arc technically very he up. Sail of course they la come the president requested the up but 1 Don t think we can meetings in this country and at Island retreats because he did come to a final Resolution monetary issues in a series sloths Teeth Pec like Miami sloths Are not toothless but their Teeth Are Peg like deficient in enamel and without roots. Do this if false Teeth feel Loose insecure flan i be afraid your false Teeth will come Loose or drop at the wrong time. For Cornmon. Sprinkle on v i a Lebah demure adhesive powder. Non acid fas Teeth gives dentures a longer firmer steadier hold. Make a rim easier. No Gummy pasty taste. Dentures that fit Are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Get easy a use fas Teeth. Six per cent a then the Gap would t be closed be fore the Middle of 1974. Said these were out Only two or three weeks before the receivership join us for 1st anniversary Celebration and that something was trying to be done about it. He said his company was having trouble getting time sheets out of the Pas foundation and excavation co. Ltd. Asked Why. Bertram Verkauf a did not incorporate in Canada or. Wark said he assumed it. Was for tax purposes. Com Mission counsel David Bowman referred to what he called a shadowy presence. H o w e v e a f. 0. Me Igtiben counsel for former Manitoba progressive conservative per Mier Walter. Weir for former provincial progressive Conser place time Eaton nursing Home fort and St. Mary in downtown Winnipeg s wednesday . . Date december 1st this is your Opportunity to see our senior Citi Zens residence for yourself without obligation. Open House native finance minister Gurney Evans and for Manitoba progressive conservative part y Leader Sidney Spivak objected to the reference to Bertram Verkauf agas a ghostly com Pany. He said it was not a ghost but simply a company unregistered in Canada. On the question of company finances or. Wark said he Only inquired about Money if Foj. Dances encroached on the time Liness of his work. He said finances were none of his Busi Ness. Or. Bowman completed his questioning in chief of or. Wark late monday. Or. Wark was to be Cross examined by other counsel today beginning at 10 . In the auditorium of the Norquay build ing 401 York Avenue. Following the Cross Examina Tion of or. Wark Lloyd Hale president of Churchill Forest industries Manitoba Ltd. Is scheduled to resume his Testi Mony before the commission of inquiry. The members of the commis Sion of inquiry Are c. Rhodes Smith chairman retired chief Justice of the Manitoba court of Appeal Murray s. Donnelly Provost of University College University of Manitoba and Leon Mitchell chairman of the Manitoba municipal Board. We Are not going to sacrifice Allied Unity to achieve a relaxation of tensions with either peking or we re going there to mos cow and peking to relax ten Sions but not to sacrifice Allied the official said. The president has scheduled separate Meetins in december with French president Georges Pompidou portuguese prime minister Marcello Caetano British prime minister Edward Heath West German Chan cellar Willy Brandt Canadia prime minister Pierre Trudeau a final meeting will be held i january with japanese Prim minister Eisaku Sato. The president will not b speaking for other leaders in peking or Moscow the official said but the president will formulate his views after taking into consideration the interests and views of the Allied leaders he meets we want to be conscious of the vital concerns of pm he emphasized the official said that while there is an understanding of our general there is degree of uncertainty As to what our moves the president s purposes in meeting with the Allied leaders is to re Lieve that uncertainty he said. The president is not going to meetings with Allied leaders to lecture them about our pre determined positions but to get their the official said. Questioned on the need for not want to embark upon a cer North Gay Slipper into Comfort 1c pm. 942-7541 refreshments will include sandwiches made by our residents. . Averts breakdown of talks daily draw for free slippers and to be a win her enter our slipped the Winer s family w1" be fit cd wet now so f u family Indian slippers1 continued men s Jumes boys children s or. Sturdy leather like uppers with Indian head on Vamp. Padded soles and heels. Natural Tan. Us. Insisted on an average 11 j p c r c c n t revaluation third would be no Point in holding the ministerial talks. The american demand included Sharp increases in some european and japanese currencies while ruling out any direct de valuation of the . Dollar through a higher official Gold j Price or any change in rela i Tio ship Between the Dollar and j the special drawing rights is-1 sued through the monetary fund. J t h e financial times de j scribed the . Demand As reiterating All the old Tough line i j proposals of . Treasury Sec r e t a r y John Connally. Who chairs the two Day ministerial talks. The newspaper suggested the j . Proposal to circulate its demands and then agree to i withdraw them did not provide the Best of starts for the week s negotiations. The times said in its Rome report fat the . Agreemer.1 to withhold the opera the Way for bargaining in ear nest however the Federal tone of pabs bed reports suggest the two Day Jse Efing to Juks been t Brj wifi s of a of san Rutih Swet warm n cozy Bootee slippers Only Orion shag uppers form padded fining padded sole and Heel. Host of warm Bright colors. Misses sizes also available. C red s Rex Corduroy Doe . Rubier a pcs Raj. J.s7 save 90c, men s slippers save soc Bobby scoffs Vej. 2.47 3 locations Wop save 10 am to 10 pm

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