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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, Aujull 31, 1972 THE IFTHBRIDOE HERALD 19 Asians face new trouble KAMPALA, Uganda (Renter) The thousands o! Asians or- dered out of Iliis I'iasl African country, which lias been llicir home for generations, faced new IVoubh'S hurc as 1'rcsi- dent Idi Amin's government slapped a ban on llicir air- freighting their possessions out of the country. The order was made partly out of government fears Uiat lliu Asians would try to net around currency regulations by shipping expensive tfoods out of Uganda for resale abroad. The ban will last, until the government puts into effect a stringent new sy.stem of check. Ing belongings. The Asians, who all hold British passports, have been crdcmi out of ttie country by Nov. 7. Amin -says they con trolled Uganda's economic life. COMMONS' HOLIDAY LONDON (AIJ) The Hrilisl House of Commons has ad journed for its summer holiday The lawmakers are to meecause they liked extra work Lo fill in their spare lime." It reported that the Statistics Canada survey in June founrl that of the million workers employed that month held two or more jobs. The Sta- tistics Canada report said this was three per cent of all em- ployed workers. '.SIGNIFICANT FACTOR1 The report said "a significant factor in any labor market is the prevalence of multiple job- is, the extent to which hold two or more jobs at the same time." The Statistics Canada report on what it calls "this phenome- non" in the labor market is onlainwl in the monthly publi ati on The Lab ou r Force, nalysis supplementing th lonthly unemployment reports Mr. MacDonaM said th iress reports of a potential job- ess cut to 3.3 per cent ar gross interpretation tan amount to comparing apple ith oranges." They overlooked the fact lha many moonlighting jobs are i ireas where unemployment i ;light or non-existent. "For example, the figures ihow that the incidence moonlighting was highes among people living in th 'rairic provinces, accountin "or 4.3 of all employed worker; iut Quebec, with a muc lighcr rate of unemploymen ias a moonlighting rate of onl 2.5 per cent." The Atlantic provinces, a: other high-jobless area, had moonlighting rale of only 2 icr cent, He said the news reports also Ignored ihe "very strong possi- bility that most of these moon- lighting jobs would be for a comparatively few paid hours and not for a full-time paid oc- FEWER USE BUS PARIS CAP) Only half as many persons rode Paris buses in as In I960 and the gov- ernment said it Is studying a complete overhaul of the bus system. Study on army spyine released J V JfL V vU My 110BKKT THAUTMAN WASHINGTON (Kculcr) 'he United Army kept vr.tch cm more than HXJ.W) civilians and civil- orgy lions and filed on people's finances md sex lives, Eayr, a ycar- ong senate study on army ;pyini; released hern. The highly critical Parted following widespread reports Jast year or illegal jrmy spying into tlie private iver, of concluded lhat "the major mpressicn from or long sludy of these files in their utter uselossness." Senator Sam Ervin (Dem. chairman of the Ken- ale's constitutional rights subcommittee which con- ducted the study, said that the army cannot taken at its word that it has ceased such surveillance. 'The spectre of military .surveillance of the lawful po- litical activity of civilians, de- tailed in this report, cannot be put lo rest on the unveri- fied Assurance of those now he said. Krvin called for congres- sional approval of measures lo force an end to covert activities by the military and assure a person's unfettered right to associate with whomever he pleases and to speak out freely in support of unpopula, causes. The re port said the arm y reluctantly turned over its liles lo the Senate investiga- tors and in some cases only after Krvin threatened spe- cific legislation demanding defence department co-oper- ation. MANY STOCKS OF FILES Files on civilians, often in- cluding their finances, psy- chiatric histories and sex lives, were kept at nore than 350 army centres throughout the counlry, the report said. "Surveillance was main- tained on well over ci- vilians and civilian organ- izations whose only 'cri me' was to exercise their First Amendment of free assembly and speech, Ervin said. No one knew how many Americans failed to speak out on wipopuiar m alters ba- caurc of fear cf he srid. The army reported thai it Tcept such liles lo keep track of possible disseiUers in of civilian uprisings, but the subcommittee's report doubl- ed this. "The overwhelming major- ity of the reports pert am to [he peaceful activities of non- violent citizens lawfully ex- ercising their constitutional rights of speech, press, reli- gion, association and peti- tion." The report said many of the recto's on private !ndi- viduah been destroyed ri by l'ie army, but (hat "rna'iy ollicrs undoubt- ably have luriden study raid systematic monitorinj.; had now ceased but added tlicre should Ixj legislative controls so (hat in- "will not recur present con- cern over inili'ary survci 1- Jance sub-Jo'Sci." The game of polo was played in China around the year COO. SMALL TOWNS ARE BEST Nobody knows boiler whal o small town li like than H. Gordon Green, who grew up In a village, ana1 slili lives near one. In Weekend Magazine this Salurday, he explains the values of a small Town. also 1ells now traniplanted city people, and Iho invasion of induslry, are threatening small lownl and making Ihe country like the city. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE BASEBALL FOOTBALL HOCKEY THE OLYMPICS NEW FALL PROGRAMMING SEE THEM ALL NOW ON YOUR OWN THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS PANASONIC 16" COLOR T.V............. HITACHI 19" COLOR T.V........... ADMIRAL 19" COLOR T.V.......... SYLVANIA 19" COLOR T.V........... ELECTROHOME 19" COLOR T.V............... ADMIRAL 25" COLOR T.V............... SYLVANIA 25" COLOR T.V............... ELECTROHOME 26" COLOR T.V............... '689 95 95 No Trades Required! Marty, Many Other Unadvertlsed Specials! T MAC'S RADIO 315 7th Street South "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" Phone 327-3232 his style old style Remember? Hewas all bronze, biceps no bully kicked sand in yourface while he was around. Yesterday's heroes had a style all their own a beer all their own: Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. And it's still going strong today, still slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest, old-time flavour. Help yourself! TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBHIDGE ACCORDION SPECIAL ADULT COURSES INSTRUMENT SALES and REPAIRS LESSONS IN PINCHED CRI-EK EVERY MONDAY I GUITAR PIANO Y ORGAN BEGINNERS' COURSES RFPTI SCHOOL of MUSIC UfMfl% 2646 South Parkside Drive Phone ;