Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 22
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 Meek Says Filldley Has Dropout* A re Plan to Cut W^a^e Result /^ i 11 ^ Gold Losses Tlir \vapc hour ln\\ .'imi unrrvil- isfir iminn hirinp slipulntions arc ?;<>p. PnnI Fimflry (K II!.) liar disrournginp rmploymrnl of iirucii President Kriinody to use 1 youngsters nnd conlrilmline nin- llv "lonq-noelivtr'rt" tourist-dol- terinliy to the drop-out nnd dr- ];u rxrhnncr prom"nn to curb thr Jinqucnr.y problem, the Illinois outflow ol cold. Retail Morohnnts Assn. rhnvprrt Findloy estimator! the program. today. lor! two vcars ap:o, could have Thr opinion was voiced in an n'dm-cd (ho outflow by $500 mil- firuilysis of tv;igo-hcmr requirement!: for youngsters seeking gain ful employment made Tuesday night hy Joseph T. Meek, president of the association, speakiiu lion. "Pi'spile our critical gold situation, tourist-dollar exchange has been utilized only to a liny frar- limi of its potential." the con at a meeting of the Paint and: K^ssnum said. Wallpaper Assn. of Greater Chica Und(1 '' (h(1 P''OR™m. U.S. tour go. Meek said there wore many em ployers who wanted to offer jobs to students and graduates out ol a sincere desire to lessen the drop-out and delinquency problem. "They can't." Meek said, "be. cause they cannot break even at j fa" rm commodities overseas" under wage hour figures, in their already j p u |,;j c L,., W . 4^ expense plagued operations. Even; ]n ., sp(lprh ' oll (i, P House floor, if they badly need youngsters for; Finrilpy said .. st . lte Depa rt,nent full and parl-timc jobs, they are; fux/v . ih inkin<4 and foot-dragging is forced up against an unrealistic, I ;U . CP ] V lvspon sjblc for the delay unimaginative wage and hour con- jn pu((ing (h( , , oliris t-dollar ex is s. upon entering a foreign country, can exchange their dollars at the U.S. embassy for equal value in local currencies. The exchange keeps tourist dollars spent abroad from becoming a claim on our gold. The local currencies are ac quired when the U.S. sells surplus trol which tries, by rule and rote, change program into full effect. to govern the entry of youngsters n opa rtnicnt" officials seem to be into gainful employment." | moro concerned abo ut the gold The unions, as well, Meek con problems of foreign countries than tinued, have requirements as to the number of learners to be employed, specifications as to union affiliations and controls which discourage youngsters and their would-be employers. "We appreciate the desire to banish sub standard wages," Meek concluded, "but it might be well to consider whether this country wants to pay what the market can afford or to face the peril of rising unemployment at the most formative period in the life of America's youngsters." Meek said both unions and wage- hour administrators should realize that "thousands of employers are as sincerely anxoius to avoid substandard wage conditions as are they. They do not want to approach this goal at the expense of hiring potentials for those who ought to be learning a trade today instead of figuring out some new sort of fevered excitement to gloss over the humdrum of another day un- our own." He pointed ouf that the program is authorized in agreements with 21 countries, but said the administration is actually carrying it out in only one—Egypt—and even there on a very small scale. Ke also blamed the administration for letting 10 otoher countries —among them Communist Poland and Yugoslavia—veto the program. "For example," Findley explained, "in the two years since the tourist-dollar program became law, the U.S. signed agreements under which Communist Yugosla via acquired, on give-away terms, farm commodities worth $151,600,000. Yugoslavia did not want the tourist-dollar exchange program included, and Kennedy negotiators did not insist. "In 1962, U. S. tourists spent $3 million in Yugoslavia, all of which Decame a clair on our gold. "Findley sponsored the tourist- dollar legislation as an amend- employed and on the street corner,, ment to the Agriculture Act of he said. 11961. INVEST? and maybe (/T lose my silit NOT WITH THIS BLUE CHIP! 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