ILL :1/11.,Wel' f1) (111A'Ai.■11 10 the House,
.The Sha.kespeere, secre
Ihide thc staiemeut : The iiiiiiii uuiiju 1 t or' Me requirenten1 itt iii Reber Regulation Order, 1030, that elile-bOdic,L men shoultt he set to ‘k(erli Of trained or inetriteted, is to maintain Ihe employabilite et" applicants for ehifl 11.,at Ill e leiest, providing them
01111 regeher occupation during what must ritherwise be a period of enferced Idleness.
Sectien i.17 of the Unemployment .ect, Jae, whiele empowers the
mem .eseietareee Beard lo provide training r,eursee, is eimllar lii ite scope and will. of . ourse, replace the requirement Iii thu 'elite reeulation order as soon as the remainder of the able-bodied tinernploe-ed ate transferred froth the iii1i! ii: eeetetiinee authorities to the
Mr. 1' Smith asked if, when the
I meapeo ..keeistance Board siarte le mei week under the ace, is IL to be the same land ar work as public .11.5H.S laln v been using itS test. work, and was el le Shakespeare leo a",i ii I IiL t ee' work as applied Ity :some peblic ussieienee authorities Is degrading e. the italividual.
No Competition Mr. Sliekespeare replied that it was not a fair deduction to be drawn from hie answer Ihnt the scope and training \vitt be 00 the some lines. One of the main °blabs I Li treating this problem as a net,i,i,ei unti is to do it On a
Are the things that
these nee, wilt he trained to !Italie to cunipetition in the ordinary Mt. Seekespertre ; Ni), certainly nut to,, l. i.,4112 lir the eonditheits laid