Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 7 1982, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 7, 1982, Tokyo, Japan A 12 20 22 b m 3 Fri h fit l Pacific stars and Joseph Burlas 175 37th 310 251 an authorized unofficial pub0caton for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and author2ed personnel within the Pacific command november 1982 Foj unemployment climbs again compiled from wire services Washington unemployment jumped to a new pos depression High of percent in the government reported with More workers added to the jobless Rolls during the it was the second consecutive month in which the rate climbed three tenths of a percentage Point and it marked the worst unemployment situation in the United states in 42 the number of persons officially out of work in october Rose to the Bureau of labor Statis tics while total employment declined during the month by to the labor departments report said unemployment among full time and Blu Collar workers also broke pos world War ii records set in the report came a Day after the Stock markets historic rally stalled in record trading and the nations retailers again reported see Page 7 Illinois win to Thompson Page 3 of and Navy tape centers to stay open Page 3 a chiefs chosen Page 3 Lover sued after woman gets herpes Page 4 tainted Candy on Okinawa by Hal Drake senior staff writer Tokyo a department of defense employee or dependent became sick on Okinawa after taking two dristan tablets from a bottle that had no Cotton and smelled of solvent As a dristan was removed from related Page Exchange and commissary shelves at Torii in Brachs Royal Carmel Candy was removed from Allex change and commissary shelves on Okinawa after four cases of pins see Page 7 Canada Chrysler workers strike layoffs Are due compiled from wire services Toronto Chrysler workers shut Down the automakers six Canadian plants launching a strike that will Force layoffs in the United states and could imperil the company fragile the walkout idled canadians who work for americas 3 automaker at a sprawling Complex in the shutdown of the Windsor facilities also will Idle Detroit foundry trim Plant workers in and 300 Toronto casting Plant the Ajax Plant supplies trim for All Chrysler vehicles manufactured jobless record in Canada Ottawa up unemployment across Canada soared to a record percent in the highest level since the great depression of the the government re ported statistics Canada said million canadians were out of work last More than in the same month of the previous in North meaning that a prolonged strike could affect All Chrysler employees in the United the company said it will begin layoffs in the United states next week in anticipation that the walkout will be lengthy and Union leaders on both sides of the Border Are demanding pay increases for their salaries of Chrys lers Blu Collar workers have been Frozen since Chrysler claims it cannot afford the Canadian Law chief Robert White said he did not expect bar gainers to meet for at least a saying there was no Point to talks until the company is ready to present a new economic we Are available to resume chanting we want about workers poured out of Chrysler negotiations As Quick As Windsor Assembly Plant and set up picket lines demanding More he we definitely want to avoid Money from the up see Page 7

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