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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Low tonight -20; high Wednesday zero. The Lcthbridne Herald 1575 VOL.LXV No. 302 LETHBKIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1S72 PRICE NOT OVEE 10 TWO SECTIONS 22 PAGES November unemployment highest for the month in a decade OTTAWA .As esti- mated people "STere urifiznpbyed is November, the Mgjbest proportion of the labor force for that mrxrth in. a dec- ade, Statistics Canada reported today. Tie Sgore -vras 19 frosa 000 is October and ccrapsred 503.900 unemployed in Ko "ember lass; year. lie stsfeiks bureaa said ibe Canadian labor force costinsed to nassosl occar- reocs is to ZJ8? jailiioB irom 8-37 aoilHoB is October, But as -winter icdasfeies except 'cat back ca their forces. There were job redactions ia agrioiitare and. other prisarj iadsstries, The result -was that 5-3 per cent if, the labor force -was tnesnployed last zsooia, coca- pared 3 A per ceat in Octo- ber sod 5.8 per cast in Novem- ber last year. The last fee November naempSoyiQest rate hit 5.3 per cast in 2SS2. Despite the gSoosny November zstaaiEam, Statistics Canada said the tmoedriog trend showed Adjusting tfae data for 2MS3th to reflect the gfoatJoa if it were not for seasonal factor soeb as tbe approach of rooter, the boreau said -fee csdenyisg tread tcieaapSoysisct feH to 6JS per cent from 6 J in October and 32 Septessber, TSSS also in KoTeober Isst year, seasccaSy rjdjasted Sg- tzre is effect, 22 sr- of fee rate far a year. Because big swing between Mgh summer activity and the- Tdaier Jsfc- dorcv the actual rale usoaHy dkobs above tie seasoaally--ad- justed ia the scd drops bekw it in cent in Koveaber last year and per 'cent in JKovezober, 2270. Tfce Mgfc partitipaikm rate fcas been by toe gov- as one the uausoal factors ccotriirafiag to figures is recent years. ia the AHaaiic prtniaces, frcm 7.2 per cent in October asd cent in last PARTICIPATION HIGH Tbe bsreas repeated feat 35 per csot of the chiiian popu- JsiKa aged 14 and over TTSS la fee labor force last no nedoditn for tbe 1525 so-eaBed parfeapa- tion rate from per rose .in aS.psxz of the country last 2BO2th eccspt in British Cx> JotaHa, it remained the 7.1 per of fee iabor force, as ia October and .a year earser. I5ae rate rose S.4 uer cent year. It rose to 7.7 per cent in Que- bec 2ast jaontii from 7.1 in Octo- ber and 12 a year ago. It rose in Ontario to per cent from 4.1 in October, but reroairftd be- low 1fce 4.6-per-cent fevel recorded in Kcveaber last year, Tie Prairie rete rose to per cent last month from 3.7 ia October, and 45 per eesi ia Jf o- yeniber last year. tmesiployiaest picture also darkened for an twkers grouped by age and sex. laaerapioyiaect rate per cent for workers aged 14 to 24, HP frosa ia October aad in Koveraber last year. For man 25 and orer the rose to 45 from 3.3 in October, bat sosoeTvhat bekw the 47-per- ceat figure for Jvoresber last year. For iroraen 25 and over, tbe rate was f orr per cant ia Kovember exapared usits: 3 J ia October aad 3.4 in last year. iqher education control revamped By EOX CALDWELL Herald Sta2 Writer A se-vr method of gorer: oped for Alberta's post-sec- ondary JEsiiijiiiccs.. has learned. -LJ 1 iS. >L C confimed tsjorSciaiiy oniy to-. gpo tbe Alberts universities os axs disbanded nszi 50 edacators sad oped the proposal during a se- ries of icisefeE over the past A spokssass at tbe College told it hss "x y agreed thst ibg istrsiiTe opgrsSos -Kin iare a for eacc of the ULS- TOT of tEiTsrsny affairs, college affairs and City man named Rhodes Schotair has been selected Alberta's 3572 Erodes Seaoear. presoent of tbe Less- vocad be is pfeased vrith tbs plan 'Kijije tbe prssderit cf SK "Uni- versity of Letbbiidge, in vrsi- pressed csscern crrer Ss pos- sible cresiioz! of isreis of in. tcm. be- sopport- es oy tnree assstant deputy nnsisters one be 3u clarge of ooe for esi ssndces one for ad- ative 232iters, iac CLEANUP CONTINUES Pools of cfl, pert cf a wlJ of gclbns cf cryde from rjptareif pJpdlnes, cover fcrnslcnd ntcr vHfe, cbcyt i5 rnHfes north of EsJnsonton. cmoyn: sslllsd wcuid fill sbcvt bcrreb. A spokesman for OH LJC. of Cslcary, the sxpscfe-s be one beck Ir: spfri er rtijlft ecir of Jhs ether ebczjt 15 rifles riorfawss or A. es-mpcrry spok rrcri the c3l rscr mslt the soTl. Vietnam truce could cost Canada millions By JOHN' BEST Tise CazswSaa Prea OTTAWA Csz22t22 parsdssSoE .is s. trscs sjoervssory nrg, g fros Can- nescs cf C __ per CSSE of erE2ect from dfSersot CCSD- Irodeatr to Loadffis; to strsctsres. He felt this aspect of to ksep Canada's -iu- Br. 2-S BecksL of S S15 ss IS tesss. This snnr- rser ae vras an es- pense-peid trip to Csiss. a grouo stodjis the fire "agreement that is es33cted to emerge from the li-esings in Paris this betvTesc Dr. Henry A. er S3d- Le Tbe Biffldes sesoisrsMD pays espeses to Osford sty in Engiasd "sphere Mr, that tae miU-fctrbliy does care a !s tss reorESEi- of tbs GSDsrtmsEt CE SG- 'And you say the peopfe dcn't like you es much, Ohf f am e cosisnsses are concerned that taere be fs-ee or foor levels of y Sse insti- asd the inisister." ssid Dr. BeckeL Hje U of L pressdect added, thai be t'nrnkg the re- orssnizsiion. create ci'vil service jobs." two years, "wt an opon of ex- teading to inree yeass. Mr. MorgaE pfess to aitead Oxford in tie fsE of nest year. Only ose Rhodes scbolarshio is granted !n eaca year. Mr. Megan's paress reside et 2H4 17m iSsey hare three ocber cMMrea: John, a switcher for a local television stacoc: PssL. Eitenclng LCI; and Salry. school in Brian is the second eldest Seen end heard About town rnr ZNGIKZZS HoKeid suggesting the Tom E. same saads for Eudolf after ie re- turned froin tbe npzstaiss ids nose scrsped red by a ping tree "wondgrijis if hg shoisM bring ids sleeping bag to iae "0ig caitie sale in so he coiird stay "wiSi IBS catSe tmlil they are sold Friday. your help., Koreans will have better Christmas A helping handful Jloefc of tbe iser. asstgaed to tbe isteraatkiGal craoe team -xrc'jld be rfSeers. But tryey require a sup- port orgsrizatios of aocsethiDg Cj-re doable tbe sareiser of ocservers, rsace up officers sad NCOs. Mr. Sfc-arp has said Canada wooki be prepared to pay her sfesre as 2 contrlbotko to ?redd pss.ce sod a wgy of beipitig beli the cut of "this ierribie Byt the government the der a sbfi-e blanket to keep warra. related stories to pre- vent themselves froni fairing bvt toid rescaKrs they sever doubted their father TB-ouW get help. The staff alerted 3 Cal- gary Ferrer Ltd. control then contacted a forest ranger. Eeiicopter ix3ot Jim Davies tried to airlift the ds'drea to safety bat because of fog and ice crystals gave up about 3 a.m. a-fter tiK'o atteriipts. RO.7P TPlth four-wheel drive vehides failed is an initial try bat finally arrived on biks and on foot Tbe iierald be- lieves Southern AlbertSTiS vraat to help aac the fbod victims of Korea. That's ?.-sy Tbe Herald's Helping Eaodfui of Barley Fisid has a goal this year. We've all reed aboot tie floods is Korea. We've aH beard about it. Bti; we dors't think about it that racch. We OCG'I V But the Koreans need beip. Let's not pretend this -srorld is a perfect place. And we can help them, so easily. Let's co something aboft it Together, we can beip aod jus- tify oar existence in this Alber- ta of plenty. If -are reach gcal be sending 2rz carloads of barley to Unitarian Service Ojnnniixes food and clothing distriisidon centres in Korea, i cat's pounds of barley. And resaeniber. one pound of barley sufSeieTit grain for one entire day. We'll be sending top grade PaHiser bar- ley from Northern same quality and milling type they ship lx> tbe Campbell's Soup Company. Hey, rxrs" about that? That's gdnf to be a great Cisristiaas gift for those Uzile Korean fejs. And you can believe u-bea the campaign is over, ev- ery cent collected isill go to 56 Sparks Street, OttaTra, asd ev- ery donor get an official receipt. So sesd your donations, or bring them to the counter, at the Lethbridge Herald. It's the EeiDizg Eandfui of Barley Fusd. Tbe Herald no ef- fort to reach this year's goaL We'd eren get on our hands knees and beg for the money if we thought that help. We to help those Ko- rean kids this CbrisSnas and, for a time at least, to heck with everything else. We're going plead, beg, lecture, preach and pray for contributions. So empty those piggy banks of barley for Korea again, kids, ve kaovr it inrtil you start thinking about how lucky are and hovr un- lucky they are. Your pennies pour !n to ?n 01 your pennies their prayers go" unanswered. Once the spirit of this cam- palp spreads, nothing can stop k Last year Albertans refused to stop the dead- line came. It" was one of the most thrilling experiences. The neraid has ever been connect- ed -svith. It's children nebing caOdroi. We believe in it. Let's up a year of bad sews -Kith some good Let's light s candle of hope in We know bsln. Tne vorid is SBed with suf- fering. Its also filled trith peo- ple -srbo overcome suffering. Let's get the fuad off the ground. Send us some dimes to jingle out the message. A Help- ir.g" Hsndfui of Barley. The Ledibridge Eerald, Lethbridge. ;