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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HSRM6 15 Paradox exists in west nations on job problem LONDON 11 Kcm iht Kalph David Aber- nalhy, head of the Southern Christian Conference, an- nounced in Chicago a ''spring war against the president" to urge the fed- eral government to deal with the problems of welfare, unem- ployment and education Abernathy told a news con- ference the offensive would in- clude a program of rallies and mass meetings in New York and Washington Nine states- Illinois, New York, Nevada, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi Virginia and North Carolina also would be in- volved, he said. The drive, scheduled for April 24, also will commemor- ate the assassination of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., former SCLC head. April 4, 1968. The NDP will stage a skits- and-songs "Tommy Douglas Night" in Ottawa April 22 and the performers will include Hollywood actor Donald Suth- erland, son-in-law of Mr. Doug- las, and singer Catherine Mac- Kinnon. The night in honor o[ the re- tiring NDP leader will come daring the four-day convention 21-24 in Ottawa's Civic will pick Mr. Douglas' successor. Barnes Cash Penney, founder of the department store chain that bears his name, left an es- tate woith about million, his will filed for probate in New York showed Penney, who died Feb 12 at 95, left half his estate to his wife, Caroline A. Penney, with the remainder to be divided equal- ly among his four children. Eileen Blaiberg, whose late husband Philip was Dr. Chris- tiaan Barnard's second heart transplant patient, has mar- ried Herbert Blum, a retired Israeli govern m e n t official, rabbuiicial sources say. The Transport squadron to change base OTTAWA (CP1 The 436 Transport Squadron, based at Canadian Forces Base Uplands, Ottawa, will move to CFB Tren- ton, Ont, this summer as part of the restructuring of the forces announced by Defence Minister Donald Macdouald last September. Approximately 175 aircrew and maintenance personnel and rneir dependents, along with 12 Hercules aircraft, are scheduled to move to Trenton beginning in July, the defence department announced Wednesday. The move will consolidate all long-range transport aircraft in eastern Canada at Trenton. CFB Edmonton is the western base for transport aircraft. Maintenance crews at Tren- lon, now servicing the Yukon aircraft scheduled to be retired in April, along with approxi- mately 75 personnel from 436 Squadron, will form a pool to sendee Hercules as well as 707s of 437 Squadron. Most of 436 Squadron's main- tenance personnel remaining at Uplands will be absorbed by servicing units of other squad- rons at the base The defence department said that with the phasing out of Yukon aircraft and with normal personnel retirement, the move of 436 Squadron will result in lit- tle change in the total number of personnel in Trenton. feiuig from their unem- ployment picbltm ior a decade v.hile four industi lal ecun- ines caunti iind enough people 1 to fill the liable jobs The um ment pattern in Carada. the United States, am and Fi.mce provides a 'suange ccni-ast with the timv- ing economies of West Ger- i many, Austria, Japan and Suitzerland In fact, the four i countries u i thout imempldv ugme for peo pk ihju'd h? 62 PIT ceir to any the figures aie M the highest since L.S. PLIGHT S1.M11AK The S faces a simitar situa- tion. The jobless total hu a high of in Januai y The high unemploy- ment figure resulted from Pres- ident Nixon s anti-inflation pro- gram TTe success s'oiies m ccmc m a I r. 1 y ncm the enemies of the Allied puuei s in the Second World Japan and ina 'Ihey are among the coun- tries with ihnving economies vshieh iiujXJii labor JOBLKSS KATE LOW West Gei many is a classic case Kor the lasi years, the jobless rale has averaged one Us moiiilil1 tables A' the uviiiniiiii uf fo- am January since ihe-jsexen r-ad Second I people viiihr.ul 1ih- Jrntc Auxlnilian farmer sets up own province Like 'K in luiid i o kei to 'p amed ecoiioiir- ia'k.ibh lou i sun-, UK- S iie Miffeiini! fiom lovment Cu in p o r t ni The aiatistio shovi that MX per cent. Last month the total pei cent of L" S uoikers 1 3 pei cent, unem- uithoiu jobs in ployed ment problems are importing highest figure since a 6.5-per-: But this wdi a seasonally high labor to fill vacancies eeni tGtai ,n October, 1961 figure partly because of the 1 Economists offer a multitude i The British government dis- v. inter weather J of explanations for the topsy- turvy situation Some blame high jobless figures on trade union militancy, others on the monetary policv of each coun- j years try. France Tokyo offers another s story The jobless rale At jjieient, Canada has the most acute unemployment prob- lem, says a Renter suivey In KEV. ABERNATHY Spring offensive i closed Feb. 18 that jobless fig- uie of 3 1 per cent of the country's work j last year was 12 per cent, re- the highest in eight prsenting uorkers Tins (was a minor mcrea.se ihe also is experiencing j 1963 figui e Japan's highest jobless rate since it became a post-war in- dustrial power uas in 1960 when 7 per cent of there major problems caused by un- j I the total work idle. Austria piobably has one of employment and labor strife In Januai y, the official total of mid-January, about eight per i jobless workers was the highest cent of the labor force, totalling I e v e r This were without jobs coir.paies with only a But because ot Canada's hard j mcnh earlier and in f the best employment recouK at sources said in Tel Aviv the winter season, statisticians say January. 1970. present for anv country in the ceremony took place last week i in the Mediterranean resort of1 Netanya. Blaiberg died Aug 17, 1969, at 50 He lived 5IW days after the transplant op-, eration. Nixon plans no Ottawa visit PKKTH 'Kerni-i irate Australian Idimcr has iel up Ins faim a sepaiate province and is tryms to -.eccdc from the state of Westei n ALLS- traha Tued ul batting with Au-tialian Wheat. Boa id to gel his production quota m- Session date set PARIS aP> The i-YaiKe- Canada A.vwaation hold Us annual congest. Maich 26-2o in Marseille it was announced L-n> fan ada's dmljussadur lo Fiance.-, and Eugene Bussieie, Canada's consul general in Marseille, will attend the eongiess John M. E. Clarksun. of Ot- tawa has been appointed na- j WASHINGTON tCP) A White House spokesman said Wednesday that President Nixon has no plans to go to Ot- tion of Canadian Clubs, it was announced in Ottawa He suc- ceeds Eric W Morse, retiring June 1 alter 22 years in the post. A former a r in y officer, Mr Clarkson won the Military Cross during the Second World War and later became per- sonal liaison officer to Field Marshall Montgomery. The owner of the duplex where James Cross, kidnapped British diplomat, was held prisoner for two months said it is lor sale. Mr. Cross was held prisoner trom last Oct 5 to Dec. 3 when he was released in a deal that gave his captors and their immediate family safe conduct to Cuba. Tumasso Sasso, owner of the building, said in Montreal he has re- ceived S4.515 from the govern- ment for repairs to the house for damages caused by police after the removal of Mr. Cross' kidnappers. William Bullock, the Sas- katchewan rancher called "The Smallest Man On The Biggest died here at the age of 103 Mr Bullock, five feet tall, was born in Georgia and spent his early years on a ranch in Texas. He moved to Saskatch- ewan in 1903 and worked on several ranches before moving to Saskatoon in the early 1950s. Percy Wickman, confined to a wheelchair as a result of an accident, is petitioning Edmon- ton council to pass a bylaw al- lowing the disabled to vote by mail in civic elections Mr. Wickman. an unsuccess- ful candidate in a Nov. 25 civic byelecticn, said Manitoba has legislation allowing the physi- cally disabled to vote by mail. Premier Robert Botirassa of Quebec will address the annual dinner of The Canadian Press in Toronto April 28 The dinner, attended by newspaper executives and their follows by one day the co operative news gathering organization's annual meeting for a meeting with Prime I Minister Trudeau although ths United States leader looks Tor- ward to such a visit at some fu- ture date Ronald Ziegler, Nixon's spokesman, had been asked to'. comment on a Montreal news- j POET GETS AH visit by Nixon although adding MONTREAL iCP) Quebec that a visit this year be poet Gasten Mnon 42 uas logical." awarded Tuesday the Citv of paper report that such a visit! Ziegler said thei e have been' Monti-eal s Gi and Pi ue for l.u- was in tile planning stage no discussions heie about such fm "c'li Homme The prime minister's office in: a trip but that Nixon does j pgitL. Bil oltp-lnn f Ottawa had denied earlier thai' foi u ard to making one some any plans had been made for a; lime. pcems Mn-on 53 COO the award created to set h by fu.it province So nun lie fdini Huu finer pi o i n c e and a H'iKtUed cabinet of ftiui, administering a popula- tion of filxjin 2o, half of them his own family and relatives Casley shares power wj'h three of hi? sons ne, 20 locks af'er foreign affairs llutt Rnci policies a let in common with those of the federal gm ernment in Canhena As dnectur o'" ices, .22-UMi i.'o l..n .'.1- leddy in the Australian poMmailei-genei a! seeking quotations for Hutt River province stair.ps Cat.ley ed th? diplomatic niceties From his taimhouse, he sent letteis tu Australia's the federal piime minister in Canbeira. and ministers in Western Australia's state er n men I He lias a ho the Queen in London of his inten- tions Swap terrorists I1 (.TH lAl'i 'IV NatmiKil liuan! 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