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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD Wednesday, March 11, 1973 Unions., too, are banding together Continental unionists in gen- Tlie 26-year-old Nicoud, a. their protests against big gov-UTJTKSKIS (CP> The eral hope that, despite formal v o I c a n i c campaigner who crnment and also as a opposition to Brifch market boasts a prison record as flection of anxiety about tlie Market rl onlry on the terms negotiated proof of his dedication to tho growing impac of the hv wm of its T critics by the Conservative govern- liglit for the rights of mde- market revolution in Europe. IsrnnirUv an outlet for big ment in London, Feather's pendent businessmen, issued Nicoud's prison terms 22 business "has promoted plans Trades Union Congress mil a call m Brussels for a shop- montte a 3UC. for similar multi-national tie- support them in their efforts keepers defence group covci- cessfon fl{ vMM (est inci. vclopment bv spokesmen for to influence the social policies ing all countries of the Com- Amis Jn notaWv the workers and small traders now being worked out by the mon Market. burning of tax records, the of Western Europe. Common Market s lop-level In Nicoud Is gen- blocking of streets and high-'til nf ilia commission. eral secretary of a national wavs and the besieging of Iri Bnisseis o subscribing to small-business pressure group government offices by bis Feather has the fledgling organization ex- which rn four years has built angry French followers, teen eected head of a new tend well beyond the borders up a members 11le fiery cafe keeper from workers' group called the Eu- of tlie economic community 1 ough the movement re MareeiUo considers the mid-ropean Trade Union Confedcr- embrac ng 16 countnes m al semblcs tbrt of IMerre Pou- be most alien. and claiming a total of 30-mil- S ScSes hil pressed section of ZWh-con-lion members. Aicoua accuses rus victim of what The aim is to make the con- predecessor of selling out to ot delm-federation the market's lead- But there is skepticism In the politicians of Charles do wtaSfman te-ing union botly, presumably some quarters about tho Filth Republic. cTes a mere serSl nunt big enough to counter the bur- chances of a single, mulU-na- conies a mere senal mini oeonuiK power of the vast tional union group ever grow- livAM nei. complies whose growth has ing to the point where con- Like the owners -of small Umter the vast bureaucratic matched that of the enlarged tracts with employers can bo businesses in Belgium, Ni- machinery of the Common economic community. negotiated to any great extent coud's followers loathe tha Market, this process will, t, 1 (XVI Super 1.1 .1 11 4 2 0 -2 4 2 0 6 4 2 0 -2 f r r r r- The confederation held iis rope's traditional frontiers. oppressively burdensome coud believes. So he considers first formal conference in taxes heaped on Europeans the future of all Europe now Brussels, mere, West Ger- Moreover the union project rra shops and cafes fc at man delegates were particu- is certain jo have no appeal independently of the great In Sum at least ish oarlicirjation in the new like Frenchman Gerard M- ineas snouia luiu MI