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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Ihimcfuy, August 17, 1972 THE IFTHBRIDOE HERAID 9 is- PLOPPING IN Porachulist Days Adams prepare: 10 make a splash at the Bayshore Inn in Vancouver this week He jumped feel 1o deliver a plaque to tho Instituto of Association Executive, which was mceling in the hotel.______________ Migrant workers poses problems for Europeans LONDON CCP) Clashes be- tween Dulcli youths ami mi- grant Turkish workers in Rot- terdam havo dramatized the fact that lii'itain is not alone among European countries in having problems caused by (be presence in ils tecminj! cities of elhnic croups from oilier parts of I ho world. About two million persons of Asian or West Indian extraction over-; have settled in Britain and the lest. prospects more non-whites arriving in a single mass wave from East Africa is causing consternation here. All this might prove of more than passing interest to conli- rental Europeans since the Common Market, which Britain Is to join Jan. 1, provides for an ostensibly-free flow of work- ers among stales so that Asians ami West Indians with British citizenship would be enabled to migrate across the Channel if they can find jobs there. Already West Germany, with n lotal population of CO million, has two million migrant work- ers on ils territory. WOHKF.HS WKHK NEEOED They have been lo the Bonn Republic from such coun- tries ns Yugoslavia, Turkey, Spain anil some parts of North Africa ever since the post-war "economic miracle" opened up vacancies In West German in- chiFlry for unskilled or Kkilled employc-es. In tho hcllcr-off ureas of (icrrnan cilicss there is no Kifm Ibis presence. Rut n look nrouml any hifj- (ity railway station is enough lo show ttic numerical strength of Ibis community the or guest work- control of a particular house bought for tho use of foreign workers. Friction involving rival ethnic groups on the continent lias ap- peared recently in Denmark as well as Holland. And left-wing groups in West Germany have taken some interest at least in the living conditions of the "gaslarbcitc" us part of their over-all anti-establishment pro- fn fact, workers from soulh- em Europe are a common sight as far north as Sweden, where many waiters turn out to be Yugoslavs. In France, many of the nl- most Algerians live in what most European.; would re- gard as shack lowns. (Tnlikc Ibc Asians find West Indians in Britain, many for- eign workers in West (lermany, Holland and elsewhere on the continent have come north without their families and for limiled periods only. Dnleb officials give Mio num- ber of migrant workers in (heir country as 120.000 out of a sel- lled population totalling 13.2 million. LEf-T TUB ISLANDS Hut the ethnic situallon in the more com- Netherlands plicated Ilian this Mould suggpst. For statistic instance about or persons of mixed llulch and In- donesian parentage went to Holland afler tho islands of the Fast Indies attained their inde- pendence from their former Knrowan mother country In Teachers want large pay hike BANFF,