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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 DIE lETHRHirCr lirrAlP Tliur.u'oy, December 7, 17X1 EXPENSIVE HITCHING POST Life in flic 70s tends nor io accomodate those with ityles from another cm, and if goes for AArs. Bonnie McGuiean of Barrie, Ont., who has to pav a nickel to hitch her horse, Gypsy. Says Bonnie, "I can beat the traffic but can't beat the pnrkinq meter." Day of triumph JL Bansla Desk n Simif on "wmler OT7AV, P Hrfjui.ro- mente fnr i.h? SiOT-mlllou fed- eral program nf for Tnn- icr works l-vr bf.'-n 1-0 gnl Minis- ter Otto Lniig roid .Previously, projects were re- quired !n provide oO mrm- months of re- quirement, (hal pparked crili- cism from several .sources on tJie grounds of discriminating ?rnaH inunicipaliiics and communily groups. Mr. Lane told t'nn Commons gel break INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES lower Floor 517 4th Ayr. S. Phone 327-li-n that the has hoop changed to'15 ma.r, Ap- plications that bad been re ihe former rf-quirrtncnf could lx> re-submitted. I A total nf 2.IMV Tpphcations I from private groups and 505 municipalities have been re- ceived under the Locai Initia- tives Program, he reported. The deadline for applications is Jan. 31. Under the program, an- nonnecd Oct.. 14, million is available for community groups and million to municipalities for non-profit projects that pro- vide winter employment.. Mr. Lang said 2.23] jobs have been created under the program so far. He also announced that construction and maintenance projects for hospitals and edu- cational institutions would be in- cluded in the program. Projects proposed to date in- clude creation of recreational facilities such as skating rinks, services for the handicapped, and counselling for Ine under- i privileged. There nnem- out work in Alberta EDMONTON (CP) were 33.WO A Iberians ployed at the end of Novem- i her. provincial labor officials said today. This was 4.2 per cent of the province's labor force, compar- ed with 3.7 per cent in October and 5.3 per cent in November, 1ST70. Most of the ur.-ompioyed, more than 75 per cent, were in Edmonton, Calgary and other urban centres. A spokesman said the provin- cial government topes to create 'l.ROfl jobs this winter through its priority employ- ment program. LAST CHANCE THIS WEEK TO BUY PHONE YOUR REPRESENTATIVE 328-7424 retraining Job plan pays oft OTTAWA (CP) A prelimi- nary survey has shown that about 75 per cent of J 25.000 peo- ple who received full-tune job retraining from the manpower department in 1970 were able to find employment. R. J. Grcnier. assistant dep- uty minister of manpower, told the Commons miscellaneous es- timates committee the survey I1 r e s s corrr- spiinili'iil Denis Ni'rlcl was in the first group