Daily Report, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Ontario, California t f Area Jobs Hit Record High in March SAN BERNARDINO ployment In tlie Bernardino and am rose lo a record In March despite aircraft and ler manufacturing The increase from uary came from four out of five new jobs being created by seasonal farm Manufacturing continued to be plagued by layoffs In The grandest homage we can pay to truth ts to twe group with both aircraft and trailer fabrication cutting back work Payrolls edged up in responding to sonal and durables recorded a 100 jwr cent increase of ment for The month to month change occuring in the rable Industries was seasonal food increase of 100 workers The loss of jobs in the transportation equipment in- dustry in large growth jn other factory Employment in the paper and plastics industries was lower than otic year The greater demand for labor by the and lettuce vests brought the employment up to its job Increase from February Higher sale trade employment reflects the step-up in agricultural Service auto dealers and restaurants adding jobs led the retail trade March Over the retail trade led all groups by an ment increase of rants recorded the largest Department ked second with an NO job Public employment gained 100 jobs to a total of public schools offsetting losses from federal with desert resorts hiring and an increase in jobs at and medical service employment rose to in Unemployment fell to from February's Tho month-to-month decrease the normal al trend with the seasonally ad- Justed jobless rate edging down from 5.1 to 5 per cent. Over the total ployment was up for an increase of 7.7 per cent. Labor experts anticipate small increases in employment through THE DAILY REPORT ment and construction should record the largest ice growth will be slowed by reductions of seasonal workers at desert while farm employment remains Increased manufacturing rolls are expected ai several industries benefit from seasonal Hiring for work on commercial aircraft should limit losses in the trans- portation equipment Thursday and Ught overnight 39; noon 99. VOL. IB APRIL PAGES TEN CENTS S. Viets in Cam Nixon Urges Public Faith in Economy Pep Talk Coming While Stocks Sag WASHINGTON President Nixon plans to go i television soon to urge the public to have faith in the nation's economy pite the plummeting stock market and continuing in- expressed his personal optimism tt t croup as saying Show Must Go On Clyde Brothers Circus elephant lumbers Into truck Tuesday in Va. when the show was turned away because the site for log the tents was found The animals were forced to return to the trucks while new plans were being made so the show could go OH Softened Tax Overhaul Out of Woods SACRAMENTO Utt wj parties to please tbe el aad bas cleared a key and ts i i lie Ways aad Meats Csav Tuesday the T. He said the tf I had money Td be buying stocks right Be spoke as tte market was at its lowest point to years after bsmg more man 23 paMs m two Gerald R. assistant White House press said Nixon confident that Us programs are working and feels Ibe American people share that Warren said Noon make a tele- vised address the economy Ibe near Wall Street was anything but The Dow Jones in- average another 10.82 points Tuesday 724.33, lowest since the of President John Kennedy tumbled the 711.49. Democratic National man Lawrence F. O'Brien made It clear his party plans to make the economic mance of the Republican administration a key issue in he November congressional claims that inflation be cut to 3 percent by tbe end of we Tnd Instead that inflation rose from 4.8 per cent m 1MB to 6.1 per cent la O'Brien told Berkeley Bust Involvement Reportedly Only Support SAIGON The South Vietnamese Defense Ministry announced South Vietnamese forces with U S. launched an operation in- side Cambodia today to destroy Communist bases along the The extent of American In- volvement m the operation was not immediately An announcement said the operation had American bat logistics assistance ami medical evacuation It did not say combat forces had entered In ttw past have taken up blocking tions aloof the border bat Vietnam to w South Vietnamese operations In- side Today's at- was the first the Allies had admitted ly crossing the Cambodian comment on the Sooth mese have nothing on it right said a spokesman for U.S. military commander Creighton W. sume we will have a statement in the President to Explain dec. A defense ministry Police dash with militants on the University of California campus at Berkeley Tuesday after a day of against ROTC on At right a news photographer slips and goes Earlier in the day a composed of students headed off a band of militants at- tempting to storm the Navy ROTC building on the 1 man said tbe border crossing was made in Beak adjacent to Tay Nun Province S to miles west of There was no diate statement from the Military have to be recovered by tas to as peer serin er tte aid tax Item 7 per to percent simply bawe to ba- ne the annual meeting of the sub- Youths Try to Cool Berkeley Militants BERKELEY by dreds of suffered a Tuesday failed lo keep a j ise to shut down naval operations on the University of California They found One from a rally Wonting of the announcement Indicated that American craft and artillery uere the government but the U.S. Command made no official In previous unofficial government units of up to men Viet Cong killed hundreds of and North mese and seized large supplies of ammunition and other were met by a thin Tbe violence erupted at of campus officers some 100 peace committed to Ac Ae were arrested haors j appeared toi witti be serious near Injunction May Hah daremont Teacher Strike tested and protested the ROTC during the outside itii They flashed the sign it on the Policy WASHINGTON United States today it would provide advisers and other support lor mese forces operating Nixon arranged to address the Thursday mght tin the Write House ment that had decided to make a report to the public lowed by about an hour a tagon statement affirming that certain was being of U.S. support provided South Vietnamese forces that started attacking North Vietnamese sitions in eastern Cambodia day Nixon Is expected to outline in his Thursday broadcast The first major crossing how he has chosen to was on April 14-17. hi the same to Cambodian Premier request tor U.S. from the Mekong out Delta Informed military sources said Ibe United States approved today's operation and lent answer to the clenched fist of the marchers and shouted aad I As fee necessary tor the safety of lied in South The today A of peace sang Study updated A r by Out of tbe be wan by a fnm OK land was started IVSan Mie iar tat was wt tie me suppert tte is wry for contrary floor said Tbt Ways and Means Com- removed from Reagan's i plan a county I spending for slate and court mandated programs con- formed the oil depletion wance to federal regulations enacted last I chairman of the enue and said the change is the oil allowance would cost the tan program about It million and it Asked Oil firm Soys It Would Aid Smog Fight at aad treat Ibe district saidi bad not beea ea tte HI by Tbe bad y O not LOS ANGELES The dent ef Union tas urged tbe government to i M maximum on new car engines beginning in 1972. Fred t. Hartley said this tee would give tbe oil industry the confidence to make the investment required to reduce lead additives in gasoline which dog air pollution control devices now being Hartley's comments were made in a letter to Robert H. tary of education and who has proposed that lead additives in gasoline be lead improves the rating ef tt costs more to mate a which cannot be wed in current feign cars which require a high Hartley suggested that after Octo- ber 1970 every oil company offer a gasoline and sell only one grade of normally leaded He claimed the for fuel and engines would speed up the elimination of air pollution today's cost to the con- while avoiding unnecessary wasteful investments by the eum g to a member af gibe fte stage is to aT gibe be ty Csnt f Judge John SL the m- was based on a writ filed early UBS month when S to 30 school teachers staged a They re- turned to work II when 22 ignored restraining j contempt citations were t Hearings on tbe citations were delayed until Jane 17 when the i term Teachers in the planned personnel Wholesale Price List Have Tailed Off WASHINGTON Tbe wholesale price dex registered Ibe Orst in tt months during the government estimated Sot Die drop was very smaH one tenth of one per cent and is subject to change when final information is The preliminary timate said the was due to sharp falling ces for farm The report said the important industrial com- price index went up 0.8 per the same rate of advance recorded in each of the previous three The Labor Department said more complete data would be available in about two One official pointed out that the more detailed report each month normally shows a slightly higher index than the preliminary White House press secretary Ronald L. stressed that the decision to support the South Vietnamese attack forces was a response to the ex- tensive request for aid made by tbe Lon Noi wauM att tbe issued today by Mease aad by tbe South to lam sty that the Slates was B4 News TV Ugs Features M Fontana F-1 Obituaries A4 Women's World The Palace 9414 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.