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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 23, 1973 THE LETHBftlDOl HtftAlD i ins fcfci nwniv VB nEHMUP European social union plan unveiled BRUSSELS (CP) -A quiet Irishman anxious for reforms rwging from a better deal for working women to the ending of assembly-line factory produc- tion has unveiled preliminary plans for what he calls the first phase of European social union. Such a union of the nine Eu- ropean Common Market coun- tries should proceed side by side with steps towards their economic and monetary merger, says Patrick Killery, a lormer external affairs minister of the Irish republic. HUlery, a member of the Common Market's executive commission, believes economic expansion is not an end in itself and that a proper social dimen- sion has to be given to the Eu- ropean community's material growth. Along with pleasure over booming production, he says, there should be a top-level awareness in the Market that assembly-line conditions are for workers. This shown in scientific dangerous had been The conveyor-belt type of op- eration shouldn't exist, Hillery, the commissioner for social af- fairs, told reporters at Common Market headquarters here. aging effect on human dignity or in psychological ways as the rhual jepetition that goes with mind-dulling hours 'on the as- sembly line His social plan also calls for establishment of national com- mittees in all member states to deal v. omen's employment pay It could be replaced by al- ternative production methods, a problems. He urges equal process the commissioner in- for men and women, dicated is under way in coun- tries outside the community. Hiljery said secretarial work does not have the same dam- as a basis for discussions in- volving the all-important coun- cil of member-state ministers in June. Women are not, however, get- ting the same opportunity, and conditions of employment as men. The guidelines for a socia1 ac- tion program see full employ- Women make up one-third of! ment as a primary aim. They the working population of the I seek adequate measures for European community, says the producing new jobs in the Com- Hillery report, which will serve I mon Market's underdeveloped or declining as southern Italy or parts of am and Ireland. The Hillery document makes numerous other proposals for the Commin Market population, including study of possible com- munity support for unemploy- ment benefits. Given the political will, the Common Market is capable of implementing this stage of its social union over the next threo years, Hillery says. The switch The fable? were turned at the Eaicelona, Spain Zeo when ''Little Ihe world's only white gorilla reported in captivity, became the proud father last week of a normally colored daughter. TRY OUR MERCURY MORI WEEKENDS BETWEEN TUNE- UPS. If you're the sort who'd rather change swimsuits than spark plugs adjust lounge chairs rather than carburetors Mercury is your kind of 'outboard. Trouble-free and depend- able. Picture yourself and your family cruising the 1 open water. The Merc power you is smooth, quiet, certain and. you don't have to be a mechanic to keep it that way. Don't waste another weekend. Stop In today and the 40-hp Mercury (or one of our other Midi CwiOleit 7A M. M, M. B. 115. 1H HP. for nnrnt Mtrcunr Dtaiw. BM Ytlicw Fagn mdtr "OuttMnJ or con Marim in. Br< Ontario. THB7EAKS MERCS SET NOT YEAIttSlifcNMRK. Mtfturjr ir.i Ucyd Eridjres stir this jrur hi StierbJon'j (nojt trabnj "H'ller World II." Stt ysui Ireil TV lutofl for tiaw tttf Fiberglas Boats and Canoes FROM 10 FEET UP Bool Trailers Marine and Equipment Accessories: life Jackets, Heater SERVICE AND REPAIRS GLASCON INDUSTRIES 327 3rd St. S. Phone 328-4850 Total Farm Supply Service Aluminum Car Toppsrs, Trailers COMPIETE LINE OF Mercury Fishing Motors 4, 9.8, 20 H.P. AVAILABLE AT UFA CENTRES IN IETH8RIDGE AND VULCAN 3131 2nd Ave. N. All I want is a Set of fires? NoT No "buy 3 get 1 free'.' No "free" gas. No hot air. So no better place for top tire value and service What is top tire value? The way we see it, it's getting tires that best suit your kind of car, your kind of driving, and the kind of money you want to spend. Tires that fit you. And that's what you get when you deal with us. We'd like to tell you about our General Tire line-up, and why we believe there are no better tires built anywhere. We carry all nine types of General tires. Conven- tional. Belted. Radial. Tires for imports. Tires for North American cars. From the top-line General Dual-Steel Radial to quality General tires from as low as And no matter which tires you buy, our everyday low prices, service and know-how add up to a tire deal you can't beat anywhere. While we don't go in for any gimmicky we do offer you something for coming in: the best value in the business. DURA JET (for imports) JUMBO 780 BELTED DUAL-STEEL RADIAL ELRIGH TIRE LTD. 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;