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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Job-finding campaign opens OTTAWA -A special drive will be undertaken to alleviate unemployment this winter. Manpower Minister Robert Andras said Thursday night. 'I am committing major new resources to Montreal. Toronto. Hamilton. Winnipeg. Edmonton and Van couver to permit the launching of a crash job- finding and placement drive this he told the mons miscellaneous esti- mates committee. all part of a program to replace the clearinghouse of the manpower of- tices with a flexible and approach. His department will a new aggressiveness in meeting the special needs of workers and he said. mean actively searching In memory of his brother Sen. Edward M. places a flower on the grave of his former President John F. in Arlington National Cemetery Thursday. Other family members from left Patricia Kennedy Ethel partially visible behind and Mrs. Joan standing. Patrick is the son of Sen. Ted Kennedy. The other children are part of Robert F. Kennedy's family. out job opportunities ior work- and working closely with employers to meet their social He said job information cen- started last will be extended to the 300 manpower centres. The self- service centres list job vacan- cies thrpugh a computer printout and applicants are able to discuss the available jobs with department 'counsellors shall install 150 such centres in our manpower cen- tres by the end of the 1973-74 fiscal year and in all man- power offices by February Another aspect of the new program will be to provide the training or mobility The manpower centres also will work with other agencies to solve employment problems that the centres can- not solve. The program aims at the disadvantaged and who find it difficult it not impossi- ble to deal with manpower such as the the timid and those who find a language barrier. national unemploy- ment rate conceals as much as it he said. HIGH IN SOME AREAS it. we find virtual lull employment in some and for some age while there is dis- tressingly high unemployment among among certain disadvantaged and in some parts of Canada. the same we have serious labor he said. To correct that situation takes major reorientation of our departmental policies' and and a massive decentralization of authority and responsibility to the level of the' Canada Manpower The new program will seek to co-ordinate efforts at com- provincial and federal agencies. must replace the ad hoc Band-Aid approach of the past in which distant bureaucrats decided what problems the community had and how they should be he said SAND GRAVEL tTOLLESTRUPi SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE Interpreting the News Oil-strapped Europe rethinks fuel plans By CY FOX BRUSSELS The worsening oil shortage has set off an anxious process of re- evaluation in Europe. While consumers are hit with driving restrictions and luel strategists and planners worry aDout the decades ahead. There is the usual spate of calls for a shift from oil to other enervy sources such as nuclear coal and even marine tides. An internal split hinders Rail freight car lack explained OTTAWA An acute shortage of rail freight cars is due to unexpectedly high demand and problems in getting equipment returned from the United Norman president of the Canadian National said Thursday. Mr. MacMillan told the Commons transport com- miUee'thal strikes cut produc- tion of new freight cars need- ed for hauling British Colum- bia lumber Projections of especially for transporting turned out to be too low And thousands of CN freight cars were tied up in the U.S longer than necessary. The CN president was appearing before the com- mittee on the annual CNR financing bill which would provide the railway with million for capital spending this year and up to million in the first half of 1974. The legislation would DRY DISTINCTIVE Serve it straight and icy cold right out of the j rcfrigerator-wir.h buffet supper or canapes. It is also good in cocktails. First distilled in 1846. also permit loans totalling million for Air Canada. Mr. MacMillan also said the railway is studying ways of transporting western petroleum to Eastern Canada and is considering a rail line lor carrying Arctic gas down the Mackenzie Valley. In CN was launching a program of im- proving selected Prairie branch lines. Mr. MacMillan said the railway has allowed branch lines to deteriorate because there is too much track for the volume of gram to be Mr. MacMillan said that as a general rule the railway has enough freight cars But changes in world markets could suddenly boost demand. AMERICANS SLOW he U.S. rail- ways are slow in returning Ca- nadian cars shipped south ot the border. There were more CN cars in the U.S. than American cars on the CN sys- tem in -Canada. On Mr. MacMillan said the railway is aware of the need for moving western supplies to Eastern Canada was looking at ways of converting equipment to meet the need if there are requests. The Arctic railway study should determine whether it is feasible to carry Arctic gas down the Mackenzie River valley to southern he said. Otto minister responsible for the Canadian wheat told the Com- mons a with higher production levels in nearly every area was the main reason for a shortage of- boxcars. He said he will see what can be done to make more cars available. decisive action by the Euro- pean Common as a whole but France already'is pressing vigorously with plans lor building enough atomic power plants to fill half its energy needs by the year 2000 Britain is described here as lagging behind France. There is apprehension in some Euro- pean quarters about the im- plications of a .large-scale shift to nuclear power in terms of environmental and human safety. Reports about the United States controversy on these matters add to apprehensions in Western Europe. All this is enough to ex- perts and laymen sense of having been plunged into a deep dilemma. SEE BIG CHANGE Some commentators are ar- guing that European society may have reached a signifi- cant turning point in its development. The pleasures of promenading through virtual- ly traffic-free cities on Sun- days and the predictable fall in pollution registered by Belgian scientists brought many citizens to suspect that all isn't right with western city life as it normally func- tions Belgium's first fuel-saving ban on pleasure driving vided -an opportunity for an unleashing of the for the com- pany with friends and the whole true human the sense of enjoying a commented Professor Alex Jacquemin of Louvain University. He suggests the energy crisis has given expression to a desire for a new conception of society. our thirst for energy give way to the will to live better and work Jacquemin asks. While some philosophers de- rive consolation from this politicians are contronted with bleak predic- tions whatever happens in the Middle East over the next few the energy crisis is likely to continue for more than a decade. This is the setting for the strenuous efforts now being made by members of the oil- short Common Market to wop the Arabs into increasing oil supplies Franchise convictions first of their kind EDMONTON Golden Canada Products which sold distributorships for its cleaning was fin- ed yesterday under the Franchise Act of Alberta. Julian Coucke of the firm's western dis- was also convicted and fined IV convic- tions were the first under the act and believed to be the first of their type in Canada. 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