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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Student job plan ready lo go EDMONTON (CP) The government's summer leinpor- ary employment program for students is ready to go, Boh Bowling, minister without port- folio.t old the Alberta legisla- ture. Mr. Dowling, the minister in charge of the program, said every municipal district, lown, village oml city In the province has been Informed and Ihe pri- vate sector alerleri "in hopes that lliey would dovetail in be- hind us and do what they could lo provide Funds hod been allotted lo municipalities, lawns, villages and governments departments and "notices will be proceeding this weekend." An office had been opened in Edmonton whore students could apply lor jobs. Government departments, who Tvill operate their own pro- grams, will receive operational fund but little, if anything, for equipment. "Our purpose Is to provide Jobb, nol shovels or trees." By Gens Fawcotto SHOOKHO DIAMONDS SLIGHTLY FLAWED DIAMONDS OW NOW BE'PERFECTED" BV TH6 USER, INVISIBLE HOLES -THE WIDTH OFA HUMAN HAIR- ARE DRILLED BY IHE INTENSE LIGHT BEAM AND THEN IMPER- FECTIONS ARE REAWED WITH- OUT DETRACTING FROM THE GEM'S NATURAL Mr. Dowling said thai unfor- tunately the program, which will operate Irom the May Wlh weekend until university classes resume in the fall, will be limited lo 19-lo-2-l-ycar olds "because we couldn't extend it beyond this point due to finan- cial limitations." He complimented the private sector for the way It has come in behind the government with its own programs, and com- mended the placement pro- grams ol the cities ol Edmon- ton and Calgary. Fifty one per cent of the young people apply- ing for jobs In the Edmonton placement program had lo- cated work. Mr. Dowling said about 120 young people will be hired lo work in tourisL information centres in Alberta. Motor firm cuts loss BHA.MPTON, Ont. fCP) American Motors Canada Ltd., Bramplon, reduced losses for the year ended Sept. 30, 1971, lo from the loss Incurred the previous year. Net sales in the fiscal year ended last September dropped, however, to from a year earlier. The company's financial per formance Is revealed for tho first time in statements filed In Ottawa with the department of consumer and corporate af- fairs. The filing of such state- ments is now mandalory under changes in the Canada Corpor- ations Act. The firm Is a wholly owned subsidiary ol American Motors Corp. of Detroit. LIGHT WEIGHT Average weights of adult male timber wolves range from 60 lo 80 pounds. fs-Stt CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME HOJ 7nd AVE. S. IETHBRIDGE, ALTA. McDONELL MANUFACTURING THE MOST COMPACT MOTOR HOME ON THE MARKET TODAY. 18, 22 and 24 fi. copacily Motor Homei THE smoothes! riding Molar Home made today THE Home wilh Ihe leasl noise inside wliila travelling THE only Molor Home available loday wilh Ihe riding quality of a largo automobile THE Manner of construction of the 22 ft. capacily molor Home with recessed bumpers is the only Motor Home known loday wilh twin gaucho beds and gaucho dinellt. lhal can bo lawfully parked at a parking melcr of any cily THIS Molor Home has more upper cupboard and ilor- age spaca than most other makei CALL at our and sea for yourself, check the construction ond make OUR RENTAL FLA.N Gold soars higher Saluiefny, 32, 1972 THE IFTHBRIOGE HERALD 23 By PF.T15H UHCIIMTZ Canadian Tress Stall Writer Fractional advances scored (luring the (irst throe sessions Rave way to profit-taking mid- way through (lie week as most Canadian slock markets closed lower in lacklustre trading this week. The markets' dismal perform- ance generally reflected inves- tor uncertainty filroul a major upswing in the near future. Analysis said resumption o[ bombing in Norlli Vietnam by the United Slates, speculation about a general Increase In in- terest rales and a lack of en- couraging economic news all had an adverse effect on the market. Bond prices Supplied by Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CAN1DA BOHOS Sept. 1, '72 99.90 100.15 Oct. 1, '75 97.00 98.00 8 July 1, '78 105.00 106.00 Sept. 1, '83 60.25 80.75 Perp. 3 '.'c Sop. 15 40.00 42.00 Gte% Apr. 1, '75 100.50 101.00 July 1, '75 00 102.50 5Vi% Sept. 1, '92 82.00 M.OO PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS The Toronto slock market's ndustrial index, a prime indica- or of market movement, lost 07 points during the week, clos- ng Friday at 201.95. Al New York, prices dipped Tactlonally lower, erasing gains recorded Ihe previous week, in moderate trading. On the Montreal and Cana- dian slock markets, the compos- 'te Index lost .18 points, closing Friday at 204.24. Combined volume on the two exchanges during the week was 7.69 million shares, compared with 7.G3 million last week. At Toronto, a total of 12.20 million shares traded hands, down Irom 12.BO million last week. Western oil issues suffered Ihc sharpest losses as investors con- llnuc to abandon this sector of the market. The western oil index n( Ihe Toronto market was down 5.44 Friday at 221.40. Gold Issues soared sharply Affacrta '90 HM.OO Ontario 7 '83 90.00 Ont Hyd U '94 107.00 New Br 9'A% '90 109.00 Nfld 8 '74 101.00 N. S. (iM.% '92 80.00 Quebec 7-Vi% '74 101.00 Alberta '90 Man Hyd 8 r, '91 97.00 Sask SVi% '90 105.CO N'fld 914% '90 108.00 ACT 8 '74 102.00 Man Tel 8 '74 103.00 INDUSTRIALS 106.00 02.00 109.00 111.00 103.00 00.00 103.00 106.00 S9.00 107.00 110.00 104.00 105.00 Alta G T 9W7c Alcan B.C. For B.C. Tel 9V.% Bell Tel Hell Tel CP Ltd SW- OP Sec Cdn Ulil 95i% CWNG Gulf Oif 8'i'r. Inter P P Massey Noranda 9Vi'.p Int Nickel Nand CGSKS St of Cdn Tr Cdn P Tr Cdn P 10% '90 106.00 103.00 '91 103.00 107.00 '92 106.00 '90 100.00 108.00 '79 106.00 108.00 '93 108.00 110.00 '69 1M.OO 106.00 104.00 '91 106.00 108.00 '90 106.00 108.00 '90 103.50 105.50 '90 10C.50 108.50 '80 103.50 105.50 '93 10600 '93 106.00 108.00 '91 106.00 103.00 '90 105.00 107.00 '90 103.CO '93 109.00 111.03 CONVERTIBLES Alfa G Tr 714 S '90 133.00 136.00 Cons Gas 5'.4% '89 96.30 93.50 Dynasty 7 '82 9900 104.00 Acklands 7'.i% '88 97.50 Scur Rain '83 87.00 89.03 Tr Cdn P 5 artmenl minister Ilorst climid's office. TliLs went to from The largest percentage of dc-reasu was 26.2 per ccnl In the e partnienl's recreation jranch: down Lo rom MAJOIl INCREASES Oilier major Increases Included a lG.9-per-ccnt Increase o MO In the estimates or promotion of 4-H and jun-or forest, warden progi ams and 115 per cent to or general administration expenses. An anticipated absence of requests for regional library establishment grnnls resulted n H 14.7-pcr-cenl decrease In estimates for libraries under lie cultural development iranch, Tliis went to from The Iwo auditoriums buIH to celebrate Ihe 50th anniversary of Alberta us a province arc to pet more- money for administration this year. The Northern Alberta Juhileo Aiulilorwm in Edmonton "'ill get IhJs year, up 10.9 per ccnl from (he previous year's operating Tho Southern Jubl-ce Auditorium In Calgary, also mill In 1955, will gel a 9.1 per cent Increase. Mr. Sclimid said the main reason for the increases hero was higher stall salaries. Tho Glcnbow Alberta a private museum In Calgary, will again recelva a grant for operating expenses. crease in estimates was 0 per cent for operation of H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker I iDHofaoN I I 1 L BcAioAny Z8WSM01 Vy XJb gj COUTTJ fhait Machiiiery centre at Lethbridge EDMONTON (CP) Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer said the Alberta nas made no commitments on establishment of a joint farm machinery centre Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The minister in tabling a report In the legislature recommending the selling up of the Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute, said It contains financial Implications for the province and no decision has been made on whether Alberto will proceed. The report, drawn up by a three man committee of agri culture officials from the three Prairie governments, was tabled in all three Ueglsalures simultaneously Friday. It calls for selling up a cen Iral testing station In Regina with satellite centres In bridge and Winnipeg. Tola capital cost would be rail lion, and a year would be required to run the insti stitutc, with Alberta's share being about 35 per OF SCHOOL RESIDENCE Department of Education, fort Simpson, The luccoisful applicant will be rojporuible for thn management of iho Dudenl residence which hojjcs apprcximolely 120 student rnnging in ago from 6 lo 16. Tha dulici wilt include: dircrling a slaff of aboul 25 employees engaged in nj of icliacl residence operation, ini'iol'on and ol necejsary rcgulal onj governing undent and aulhoriiahcn of exptndifurPi for operarion of Ihe reiidence and moinlL-nante of the pupils, liaison var.oui Sovernmonl, community and scrvico agencies, and related duller as required, In addition performing these duties the applicant must have o high school education Jupplumcn'ed by training in child care. Experience in husineii management essential. Married accommodation available. Compdilion number 70 2247. Closing dole 5 May, 197J. GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, YEUOWKNIFE, Chief S la King Officer, Department of Admini lira lion, Govern mcnf of ihe Norlhwejl Territories, Yellowfcnifp, N.W.T, on or before Hie cloiinq date listed CrOSSWOrd By Joseph LaFaucI A MATTER OF THE MINU 1 Damned 6 Ovrrifvhelm 12 Roofing 17 Cap 20 "Aloonlioht II Vn, Ugo 22 She starred 23 VielNam city 24 Deliberated upon 27 Hoipice 28 Storm: Fr, 29 Bellini masieipiecq 30 Modulation 31 Caid 3JGlaisy black 34 Guys 35 Ouido 36 Stroke of good luefc 39 Czech riwer 39 Speck ol dusi 40 Component 41 Tallying 44 "La Foria Dcitina" 1 True g-a 2 Dliinvofva 3 Forasiar -IDuich palmer 6 Hobbledehoy 6 7 Appear 8 Busineji conceir.i 9 Lamb 10 French river It Shred f2 Parlumi 13 Metallic fabric ACROSS 45 4C Sparuih pipposition 47 Holdout 43 Society paga word 49 Try 10 recall 54 ichooner 56 "Ivanhoa" heroine 59 Piquancy 60 61 "Sweet 62 Buddhisi monk align- ing nirvana 63 Bathe 64 Fiench 65 Eskimo dwelling 65 Wild pig 67 Venetian magisuatfl GB GranlEB 69 Respira 72 Ennmet 73 Bnvjlina alley 74 Mazuma 75 tqual worm 77 Hurling 79 Unowned BO Took 10 Bl Race (rack character E? Perfectly 83 Egyptian 64 Layer o( pa i TII 85 Exciia Pakinan citv 80 Small piere of ground 89 Ariangs 90 Diihearlen SI Blue-psnc.l 92 Learn by heaii 95 Throng 96 British 97 Moray or conger 98 Crude mineral 99 Nansenisl 102 Uricorrunled 105 Federal law oflicer 107 Afi Lean itocksda MO Aciiva 11 1 Porje John'i succeisor 113 Soprano Lucrezia 113 "dear" ciiy II 4 Spaniih or Bermuda 11G Leafy J17 Crotsbrped nirna' 118 Live coal 1 19 Jacob's son ]20 '71 ben 126 far bsiween DOWN 14 Biblical lior. 15 37 39 Mineral 17 Spectjlaiinq 18 Loien's us ISHandwriling on ihE vrBll 20 Laid away 20 Parly giver 32 Cpresl planl 35 Wrbri zingflr 36 Employer 42 Inert gat 43Heredilv factor 45 Bomhait 46 Soccft' 47 iriread 49 Ersci 50 Indian cal note 130 Pernirata 131 Grommfll 132 Shojlind 61 Hub of whetl 62 Poursd 53 Lena 54 Bet 65 "Rondo----- Turca" 66 African city 67 U.of ilia 58 Hold It 57 Italian euihor 6B CorxJircior Antsl----- 69 Sourci of 61 Enlargled 70 Conlain 63 IruerminablB I Devouied 64 French 73 Old French 20 x 23, by Anthony Morse ACROSS 1 Evergreen 4 Section, o( 1 mi anti u I 5 Wheat: Fr. 8Vihat EVB might h.ivB wid to a dav.dling sort 10-----Doom II Philipnine ires 13 Black 14 Cortei' loot 17 Measure. 18 Metganier 19 Insult 20 Secluded seirs 23 Romsn rjods 24 BucVeyi Statt 25 WoKramiti 28 Polish 31 CDuniry 32 Indignation 33 Skip 34 Too 3Fi Before 38 Purloin 40TonV off 41 Fruit 42 Whodunit feature 43CendirJBll getting a bcauly vote 48 Freihwaier worm 49 OW French com 50 Marina 51 Oxford iinor 52 Indian ciiy 63 Sun E4Spaniih royalty 55 Suburb of PAfil 66 Surfaci B7 Vetch 58 Non 59 Erin org. 60 Fight for fraedom 67 htand in iha 49th 68 Bore out 69 Trade 70 Lener 71 favoniei J2 Coma 73 In part 74 While fiber 75 Tflllc fluently 77 S'jcivedcd 73 Greek pull 79 One of sivan DOWN 1 Flower! Hi pfanli "Call Ma Mairiatchll 75 78 ini 79 Certain 80 Bl West Cal Raucoui 03 Lcci plsni -U.S.A. 84 River Clink 1 Merclunl 3 A Made Orienial a 5 Support Number Jirtiih 6 7 Thm Eniici 1 Tern 9 Worker Alone 105 Cut 106 107 Plpj' 103 rtiB tasr 115 Caleb 116 Study ovei 117 Boundary 121 Bfddv 109 Asian 132 111 Peipiexinrj twdgei problem 133 Canadisrv 112Slani "vet IT3 Arizona city J24 Supfrblivl 114 EVB ending 41 Nut Hal 13 Style 4-1 Contrary miss 45 GreFl( teller 52 now 53 Croat S5 Greek leuer 50 Slid 59 Highivay 27 Girl's narnS combers CRYPTOGRAM S Castor 60 Dolslul Gl Weitain 62 Weuvorkl 63 Ru.iian seaport 6-1 Gel even 65Vinl B6 bngliih cily 71 Gourd 73 ComwH pom! 74 Dry 76 Dutch cupboard J M I L M O O H S O U R AXR HSOUP LVUPO Mil. A L U F POUKPI X r, I, I) O Z VIOPCZEKOM LI TI, AMBPUP OGZOVVP1FGTI'. By Edward S. Lloyd 2. FAELVI FORMLY BULK BOTTLE KLIP) TPM MPIO SI USR KAIKPL. By N.lhin Hanii 1. When BsVed by lanrllady lo choow wine, rtar Iioaider pIcKi pon. 2. Aquarium Acquires five comical aeali of Approval. 3. Nearby tquimim, e.rboreltim, zoo lymbolizr nature'i qualid'. 4. Turlous baiter Is flopping ahort of ballering ahorlstop. C. lime lodger dodged mean landlord. 1972 by Chicago Syrtd. Inc. World Riehls Reserved ;