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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGI HKAID Unions set goals OTTAWA (CP) Intensified action on social issues tlurln 1972 is promised in a Ne Year's message by Dona! MacDonald, president of the Ca nadian Labor Congress. "In addition to efforts to raise living standards of all working people through collective bar gaining, unions have a socia role of great importance. Or ganizcd labor has, in man ways, contributed to socia progress since the earliest day of our movement. "We are now, more than ever before, equipped to assume our responsibilities in this regan and this will be one of our fore- most objectives." Mr. MacDonald also used hi annual message to continue his criticism of government labo and economic policies. "We have been experiencin unemployment on a scale whic is nothing less than a national disgrace. GOVERNMENT CRITICIZED "During 1971 the policie adopted by the federal govern m e n t were responsible for throwing hundreds of thousand of Canadians out of work. This disaster was further com pounded by action taken in the United States." He said workers would lose their "freedom of expression" if their actions during labor dis- putes were restricted under fu ture legislation. "There are repeated efforts to restrict the activities of work ers' organizations so that their bargaining power will become ineffective. "A striking example is to be found in proposals for the stric limitation of picketing in the draft of new federal labor legis lation." But Air. MacDonald supported the legislation's provisions deal- ing with technological change attendant layoffs. "The need for legislation to protect workers exposed to these rapidly changing condi- tions has long been evident anc the Canadian Labor Congress supports the federal govern- ment In its effort to introduce such legislation. Fernie search resumes FERNIE, B.C. (CP) The search for two men missing in a slide area about 30 miles southeast of Fernie in eastern British Columbia has been sus- pended until Monday. RCMP said the search was suspended Thursday because of the difficulty of operating in in the area, hit by slides and heavy snowfalls. Three men left a logging camp in the area Dec. 23 with a bulldozer and two other ve- hicles. The vehicles were later found near a slide and the body of one man, Willy 'Pearson of Cranbroofc, B.C. was found un- der five feet of snow. Still missing are Datryl Bar- rett, also of Cranbrook and Ralph King of Pincher Creek. Alia. Trudeau baby carriage to have fur cover KTCHENER, Cut. (CP) A Kitchener furrier is contrib- uting his labor to make an chinchilla carriage cover for Justin Trudeau, the first child of Prime Minister and Margaret Trudeau. The present is from the 85- mcmbcr Ontario Chinchilla Breeders Association. The presentation is set for Satur- day in Ottawa. Donald Bemer, the Kitch- ener furrier, said today mak- ing the cover is a week-long "labor of tove." He is making it from 25 pelts selected from 36 animals bred locally but sent lo Cali- fornia for special dressing or tanning. BinTII RATE DROPS WASHINGTON (AP) The United States birth rate fell this year to one of the lowest levels In history. A preliminary estimate by the cereus bu- reau shows it diopped In 17.3 births per thousand peo- ple from 18.3 In 1970. The rate is based on an estimated births this year. EATON'S Timely buys on home comforts, appliances and entertainment units at Eaton's in January! i Viking 19" Colour TV Pre-Set Fine Tuning, Automatic Tint Control 439.99 SALE Whal a buy! Thi! Viking 19" colour lable model TV has rapid-on, pre-ser UHF fine luning and automatic lint control and more! Auto-degauss, colour cut-off circuits, transformer boost, three-stage amplifier, set-and-forget volume control, VHP sound and front- mounted controls. 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