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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 3ff TH ItTHBKDGE HERALD March Z4 IOVE WARMS A IIONS HEART Dixie accepts a wet kiss off who was to be put to death 18 months His original owner did not take proper care of the so Vici was brought to the Small Animal Clinic at Michigan State University to be Miss Middleton nursed the lion that could not even lift his head due to mal nutrition until he now weighs over 100 still about onefourth of what he should Job picture brightens despite record total OTTAWA CP While un employment last month ap proached a 10year there were signs of underlying improvement in the job Further statistics released here showed that while there were an estimated un employed by six per cent of them were tempo rary layoffs of up to 30 A rise in the number of work ers on temporary layoff is usually a sign of growing uncer tainty among employers about the future But in last months the number of temporary layoffs was The sixpercent fig ure compared with eight per cent at midJanuary this and with 11 per cent in Febru ary last Another indicator of employ ment difficulties is the number of workers who actually worked less than their normal work PERCENTAGE DOWN For the Dominion Bu reau of Statistics estimates the number of workers who nor mally work 3i hours a week or hut did not do so during the week it surveyed to make its labor situation The number who worked less than 35 hours hi the week ended 20 was per com pared with per cent in the week of 16 this year Those who worked less than their full workweek in Febru ary gave economic reasons for their inability to do so in 13 per cent of the A month ear 14 per cent gave economic The economic reasons for not working 35 hours or more in clude short layoff for part of the or termination or start of employment during the Other reasons for not working the full and not regarded as economic include ill bad industrial vacations or WORSE A YEAH AGO This drop in the number not working a lull week because of economic reasons in down from was in con trast with the situation a year j Between January and j the number not i working for economic reasons j rose to 17 per cent from The bureau ahu reported Monday on a survey it makes ery three months of the fam ily circumstances of those rc pirted in its labor force survey as At the total number of unemployed was up from at mid January last year Of this years midJanuary were reported to be heads of compared with in January last But in percentage this was no greater incidence of un employed family heads than a year earlier The report srowed that In January this as in Janu ary and April last 42 per cent of the unemployed were family Thirtythree per cent of the unemployed this year were single sons or daugh ters of family The sonsanddaughters figure usually rises in the midsummer when large numbers of students are in the labor force during the winters are at school or million shareholders NEW YORK AP Despite the stock market decline last Ihe number of sharehold ers grew by about one million to an estimated a New York Stock Exchange study William the exchanges senior predicts the number of individ ual shareholders in the United Slates will grow to nearlv 40 million in 1975 and to 50 million in In a speech fur a meeting of the Conference a busi ness research Freund said individuals proba would buy and sell an aver age of 11 million shares a day in compared with million in Ttdks so far have been polite but firm for the golden flavor of canesugar Whenever your recipe calls for corn use ROGERS Youll love it Available in the lin or handy new plastic For your free ROGERS RECIPE write BC Sugar Rnfininq Co Rogers Reds set off j nuclear blast STOCKHOLM Router Thr Soviet off an under ground nuclcdr Mast in Sihona a Swedish re j i Prof Arnr of Stockholm Technical High geodetic unit said the i blast was of about one The Scismological Institute of Ippsala also monitored the ov plosion and said it registered six on the oponondcd Richer The last test in the carried out Dor and 1 measured f the institute United States puts pressure on Israel By WILLIAM M1LLLNSH1P London Observer Service WASHINGTON Israel now appears to be negotiating a Middle East peace settlement with the United its main rather than suth its Arab The Israeli American dialogue has so far been polite though Ac cording to Israeli sources tnere has not been an iota of American pressure on Israel on things that The sup ply pipelines are open and cred it arrangements are working as These sources describe the present situation as some kind of interregnum Egypt and Russia are sitting back leaving others to do their work If we want to reach a peace agree it must be the result of negotiations between the par ties concerned and acceptable to the peoples that live in the It will not be reached by injecting the views of oth The United States govern ment had previously supported this hands off attitude in pub lic and preferred to work quiet ly behind the scenes to try to get an The Ameri cans still insist that any Big Power or United Nations guar antees can only be supportive to a formal agreement between the parties immediately in volved Egypt and Jor But William the American Secretary of S t a t changed his ground when he conceded at a press confer ence that the kind of peace keeping arrangements the ma jor powers and others envisag ed could influence the Arab Israeli negotiations which have been going on under the aus pices of the United Nations special Gunnar Jar More spectacular has been the way the Israelis and the Americans have allowed their disagreement about the right road to peace to come out into the The most serious dif ference between them is over the best method of assuring Is raels future Mrs Gol da the Israeli has made it plain that her gov ernment will hold out for geo graphically secure In ternational guarantees would not be Rogers said at his press conference that a properly es tablished international peace keeping force would provide the greatest possible security for the if it was of a continuing could not be removed by any unilateral de cision and would be located in areas that were In his geography was rela tively unimportant in modern What mattered was the political arrangement that was made and the extent to which it was backed by tlie interna tional community and the ma jor Hs made it clear that the United despite some doubts raised in was prepared to provide troops for an international force that would include contingents from the Soviet France and Britain and from any other country that was willing to par ticipate and was acceptable to Israel and the Arab He also made it clear if such a force were set the United States would not move its troops except by agree ment This he thought is the most adequate possible guaran tee that you can conceive of in modern What Rogers had to in his friendly differed sharply from Meirs list of the pieces of oc cupied territory Israel propos ed to keep under its It differed even more sharply from the strongly worded background paper recently dis tributed on pink paper by the Israeli Embassy in Washing RESIST PRESSlKES This said emphatically Un der no circumstances will Is rael surrender its right to a free negotiation with Egnt on the boundary issues It will resist all from what ever be they military or that aim at resur recting Israels past territorial vulnerability by precluding the negotatipn of future secure boundaries The paper dismissed Egypts stated readiness to reach a for mal settlement as a tactical It was an offer made subject to a central condition which Egypt and the Soviet Union know Israel will never accept and will be even pre pared to fight over if neces sary the issue of total with The object of the ploy was to isolate Israel by driving a wedge between her and the United States and so pave the way for a solution im posed by the major powers act ing together in a common President in a press conference earlier this stated that the United States would not impose a settlement on He added We will do everyhing we can to urge the parties to This ev erything already includes re butting Israeli arguments in while privately assur ing Israel of generous military and economic aid after a peace agreement was It is not yet clear how much further the United States gov ernment is prepared to take its friendly persuasion in Israeli could easily begin to look like a form of unfriend ly But it is hard to see how amicable meetings be tween Rogers and the Is raeli Foreign Mr Eb can bridge the gap between their two Israel does not believe Egypt has moved more than semantically from its traditional Wash ington believes that the climate has been better for a Middle East Rogers stated the posi tion dramatically We think if a peaceful settlement is not worked out in the foresee able there is a very dangerous situation that will develop and possibly lead to a third world The United States is anxious it avoid an epen break with if friendly persua sion does not produce a change in the Israeli Wash ington will inevitably be tempt ed to resort to persuasion of a cruder KISS ACROSS THE BORDER Brief reunion at Peaco Arch Park 30 miles south of Vancouver brings Mohammed Azam together with wife and Former Fijian policeman was refused reentry into Canada after trip to United States and must stay south of the border pending GIGANTIC 16 YEARS AT OUR NORTH STORE 1 YEAR AT COLLEGE MALL Our sale hos been o fantastic As long os our stock we will con tf9 tinue to offer outstanding buys on quality such ft3 Spanish styling was never more elegant than in this sculptur ed 25 Custom Color TV the unique Moorish gift for adding lightness apparent in the delicate scroll work of the Automatic fine memory fine tint color level voltage tripler auto matic degaussina preset volume The rollaway front that makes elegant old desks sought after as prize antiques reappears in a modern new setting to make this 15 Custom 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