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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta S, THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID 21 More funds requi for jobless surveys Chinese are jubilant over tomb discovery Uy JAMHS M5I.SOX OTTAWA (Ci'> Statistics Canada is hoping the govern- ment will fiive il additional funds to undertake a more so- phisticated monthly survey of employment and u n e m p 1 o y- incnt, Chief Statistician Sylvia Ostry said today. Tlie Intention Is lo monthly reports showing more detail about Hie kind of people who are unemployed and the causes of unemployment. She emphasized in an inter- view lliat the new they are undertaken in abou! years......w o u I d make no ournier named judge CJUEliHC (Cl'l Solicitor- General Hoy Foiirnicr resigned Wednesday and Premier Robert Bourassa's office announced shortly after that he has keen named a provincial court judtjc. The solicitor-general's office announced earlier that Mr. Fournier had resigned from Premier Rourassa's cabinet and given up his scat in the national assembly. Mr. Fournier, 50, was elected Literal member for Galineau in 3EM52 and appointed solicitor-gen- eral in February, Premier Bourassa is in Hali- fax for the conference of provin- cial premiers, His office said Mr. Fournier submitted his let- ter of resignation Tuesday. Nordair revenues increased MONTREAL (CD Nordaii recorded net earnings ol M37.000 or 22 cents a share i: tr.e six months ended .lime 3 compared with or cents in the first half of 1971. Revenues Increased for the first months from in th first half of last year. The company said a no cargo %varohousc and mainti nance facility will erected t replace the old building d stroyed by fire at Frobishc liny early in .July. Orders have been placed for third Lockheed Elcctra aircra to be delivered later this monl lor use on the northern service, and a third Fairchild Fll 227 fo delivery in December lo uj Urado the equipment In use lant Early Warning line. The total cost of Ihese aircra it change in Ihc present system of presenting over-all unemploy- ment figures. It would not oltenrrol to ob- scure high levels of unemploy- ment or present a picture ol the employment situation than actually prevails, she said, "It is neither our intention, nor Is It desirable, to have n break in the series of statistics (hat have Iwcn put out lor many, many she said. HACK TO IUI5 The current system of count- ing the unemployed each month dales from about 1915. Some households arc cEr.vassctl each month, and using data col- lected from them, estimates arc made of the total of Ihe labor force, the number uncin ployed anil the length of their sex, regioi and age grouping. Dr. Ostry said planning on a ew, more comprehensive sur- y questionnaire started alwut o years ago. It would cas- for enumerators to handle id would produce a wider mgc of statistics about cm- oymcnt and unemployment. The current labor force sur- eys cost .Statistics Canada iout million a year. If Ihe ore elaborate surveys are un- crtaken, they will cost about W illion a year. Dr. Ostry said the statistics urcau has anked the govern- ment for th3 funds, and "if we ct the funding, il will take bout years to test the new uestionnaire." A similar revision was re- ently by the United tales. The new data being pro- uced there "didn't change the icasurc of unemployment" hut avc the statisticians a broader ange of data. The bureau now undertakes special surveys of cm- yloyment and unemployment matters, asking questions about ncomc, labor mobility, con- sumer expenditure, and the rc- ationship between the unem- ployed and heads of households. These would more regular under the new system, 't would also not try to probe into people's attitudes, but strn- >ly ask direct objective ques- tions, Dr. Ostry raid. PEKING (Itoitcr) China announced hero the di.i- covery a Han dynasty tomb containing the al- most perfectly preserved body of a woman and more than 000 artifacts. The People's Daily news- paper published an unprece- dented 10 pictures of the find, It described as "a very rare and important discovery of Ciu'nesc The objects In Ihe tomb, found at Ma Wang Tui, a sub- urb of cnangsha, capital of Human province, included precious fllk paintings, fig- urines, lacquorware, pottery and musical instruments. Sources in Peking Indicated the find was almost com- parable to jade royal mum- mies discovered four years ago at Man Cheng, 100 miles south of here. SAitcoi'iiAr.us or SII.K One of Ihe main pieces in the Mn Wang Tul find was a silk sarcophagus covering what the People's Daily called "a masterpiece like of which has never been seen before in ancient Chi- atlk painting'' An unknown prtaler deco- rated It with rich designs i.nil scenes from both mythology and everyday llle in a ta- bleau representing heaven, earth and tell. Inside is painted red, white, black and und bears drawings of strange birds and sre UK rcnuias of a woman aged about 60 and thought to have the wife of a noble- nuin who lived iib'jul 3W JJC, The Han dynasty ran from 206 BC to 220 AD. The body, which was Bwalhcd in silk, was In most perfect condition. Woods heads TransCanada pipelines TORONTO (CP) fieorge W Woods was named president o! a TransCanada Pipelines at a meeting of directors Wednes- day. Mr. iVoods joined the com pany in 1953 and later that year became treasurer. He was ap- p o i n I c d vice-president am treasurer in and group vice-president in lie replaces V. L. Jlorto who resigned as president and direc lor lo become president of the Cas Arctic-Northwest Projec group studying Arctic pipclin< development. Wheat hoard supports north port WINNIPEG (CP) Olio Lang, federal minister respon- sible for Ilia Canadian Wheat Board, said in an interview lo- day (be hoard has been ii big supporter of the northern Mani- toba port of Churchill. "Something like 00-odd per cent of nil the cargo that goes through Churchill is grain, way out of proportion lo any otbcr said Mr. Lang, here lo address a National Farmers' Union youth group. "Very little cargo comes In, so Ilic discrimination Is really on those who buy (he cargo that comes in or on those who ship it In. "The Irulh is, with a limited navigation season, il is a port dffimlties, compared lo olhor ports which have a longer Mr. Lang said. Granbrook const ruction moves ahead CRANimOOK (Special) July city building permits rum bcrwl S3, the inspector's office rcporls. with estimated value Total was down from Ihe previous .July's 38 permits at which included n ma for commercial building. However, the year's pcimit tai'y to continues lo widen ils lead over 1971. This year's lolal shows 220 permits issued al an (islimnted compared to I971's pi-rrnils al bousing starts bronchi Ih.! lolal lo 150 units, com- pared willi 12fl for Ihe corre- sponding period last year. Funeral held for Spaak BRUSSELS flieutcr) Pan .Icnri Kpaak, Mclgian statcsma ind founding father of the Eun .can Common Market, was bu: al loday in the family vault i Braine L'Alleud near the hi loric site of the Baltic of Wale oo. Tlie funeral was strictly vale in response to Ihe wishe of the distinguished politicia who was Ihrcc times prime mil istcr of Belgium and six timi foreign minister. About 200 persons headed I Prince Albert, younger broth of Melgium's King Haudoui paid their last re-spccts lo Sf-a at the Brussels hospital, who be died on Monday, before t' coffin was Iransportcd to t burial site. Shareholders asked to okay split in stock EDMONTON (CP) Share- holders of Canadian Utilities Ltd. will be risked to approve an increase In authorized com- mon share capital to 30 million shares with a four-lor-onc slock split. The board of directors ap- proved Ihe proposal and share- holders will vole at a special meeting Sept, 12. An additional quarterly div- idend of four ceuls per com- mon sharo was declared along wilb a previous dividend of SO shareholders of record Aug. 15. Albcrln Power Ltd., Cana- dian Weslcrn Natural (las Co. Lid. and Northwestern tllililios l.ld. arc members of the Ca- nadian lllililics group. Common shares arc listed on the Toronto and Montreal slock exchanges. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECOR Limited Quantities. Shop early for Best Selection. 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