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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ______ Soluirfny, April 22, 1972 THE IFTHBRIDOE HERALD 23 Student job plan ready to Gold soars higher go EDMONTON (CP) The government's summer tempor- ary employment program for students is ready to go, Bob Bowling, minister without port- old the Alberta legisla- ture. Mr. Dowling, the minister in charge of the program, said every municipal district, town, village and city In the province has been Informed and the pri- vate sector alerted "in hopes lhat tliey would dovetail in be- hind us and do what they could to provide jobs." Funds had been allotted to municipalities, towns, villages and governments departments and "notices will be proceeding this weekend." An office had been opened in Edmonton where students could apply for jobs. Government departments, who will operate their own pro- grams, will receive operational fund but little, if anything, for equipment. "Our purpose Is to provide jobs, not shovels or trees." Mr. Dowling said that unfor- tunately the program, which will operate from the May 24th weekend until university classes resume in the fall, will be limited to 19-lo-M-ycar olds "because we couldn't extend it beyond this point due to finan- cial limitalions." 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 of trie cities of 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 oung people will be hired lo vork in tourist information cntres in Alberta. By PETER LEICIINITZ Canadian Tress Stall Writer Fractional advances scored during the first Ihrce sessions gave way to profit-taking mid- way through Ihc week as most Canadian slock markets closed lower in lacklustre trading this week. The markets' dismal perform- ance generally reflected inves- tor uncertainty about a major upswing in the near future. Analysis said resumption of bombing in North 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 effecl on the market. The Toronto slock market's I higher early In the week as the industrial index, a prime indica- nice of gold on international By Gens Fswcotte SHOOffHO SlIGHTLY FLAWED DIAMONDS CAM NOW BS 'PERFECTED" BY THS LASER, INVISIBLE HOLES -THE WIDTH OFA HUMAN HAIR- ARE DRILLED BY THE INTENSE UGHT BEAM AND7HEN IMPER- FECTIONS ARE REMOVED WITH- OUT DETRACTINS FROM THE GEM'S NATURAL BEAUTY... Motor firm cuts loss BIUMPTON, Ont. CCP) American Motors Canada Ltd., 3rampton, reduced losses for he year ended Sept. 30, 1971, 0 from the oss 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 the first time in stalements filed in Ollawa wilh Ihe department of consumer and corporate af- fairs. The filing of such stale- ments is now mandatory under changes in the Canada Corpor- ations Act. The firm is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Motors Corp. of Detroit. Bond prices Supplied by Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BOKO Sept. 1, '72 99.00 100.1 SVt% Oct. 1, '75 97.00 98.00 8 July 1, '78 105.00 106.00 414% Sept. 1, '83 80.25 80.7 Perp. 3 Sep. 15 40.00 42.00 Apr. 1, '75 100.50 101.00 July 1, '73 102.00 102.50 Sept 1, '92 82.00 84.00 tor of market movement, lost .07 points during tiie wcvk, clos- ing Friday at 201.95. At New York, prices dipped fractionally lower, erasing gains recorded Ihe previous week, in moderale trading. On tho Montreal and Cana- ian stock markets, the compos- te index lost .18 points, closing Friday at 204.24. Combined volume on the two exchanges during Ihe week was 7.G9 million shares, compared with 7.G3 million last week. At Toronto, a lotal of 12.20 million shares traded hands, down from 12.80 million last week. Western oil issues suffered the sharpest losses as investors con- tinue to abandon this sector of the market. Tiie western oil index of Ihe Toronto market was down 5.4 Friday at 221.40. Gold issues soared sharply jullion markets moved sharply jigher. However, midweek trad- ng on international market slowed and by Ihe end of the week gold Issues on Canadian arkets had registered frac- lional losses. The gold index on the Toronto market ended the week at 177.19, down 3.24 points. At New York, the Dow Jones industrial average of 30 key blue-chip issues fell 3.92 points during the week, closing Friday at 963.80. Tuesday, the index closed at 969.92, its best leve' since Dec. 19, 1968. Volume at New York was 90.37 million shares, down from 90.54 million last week. Base metal issues drftet fractionally lower despite recen increases in domestic kac prices, The Toronto base mela index was off .56 points during the week, closing Friday a 97.0G. Newly-created defence posts 614% 7'A ft 5Vi% PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta 'M 104.00 106.00 Ontario 7 '83 90.01) 92.00 Ont Hyd 9 Ts '94 107.00 109.00 New Br fl'A% '90 100.00 111.00 Nfld 8 '74 101.00 103.00 N S. 6V4S" 'W 89.00 90.00 Quebec IWo '74 101.00 103.00 Aibcrta '90 1W.OO 106.00 Man Hyd 8 '91 97.00 89.00 Sask '90 105.CO 107.00 Nfld 814% '90 108.00 110.00 ACT 8 '74 102.00 104.00 Man Tel 8 '74 103.00 105.00 INDUSTRIALS Alta G T 9'A% '90 106.00 103.00 Alcan '91 105.00 107.00 B C For '92 106.00 108.00 B C. Tel '90 106.00 108.00 Bell Tel 914% '79 10G.OO 108.00 LIGHT WEIGHT Average weights of adull male timber wolves range from CO to 80 pounds. Bell Tel Ltd Sec CP CP Cdn Utit CWNG 9W1 Gulf oir Inter P P Masscy Noranda OVi'S Int Nickel N and C G 9145 St of Cdn 914% Tr Cdn P 9317. Tr Cdn P 10% '93 108.00 110.00 '89 104.00 106.00 '90 1M.OO '91 106.00 108.00 '90 106.00 108.00 '90 103.50 105.50 '90 106.50 108.50 '80 103.50 105.50 '93 106.00 '93 106.00 108.00 '91 106.00 108.00 '90 105.00 107.00 '90 103.CO 110.00 '90 109.00 111.00 OTTAWA (CP) new designation has entered the hi- erarchy of the defence depart- ment: associate assistant dep- uty minister. Four officers were named to- day to the newly-created post, an outgrowth of Ihe administra- Firestone dispute drags 011 CALGARY (CP) A labor dispute continues at the city's Firestone tire plant with 170 men maintaining their work-to- rule campaign. A company spokesman saic that recent discussions havi led to some progress, but hi didn't elaborate. Groups given grants EDMONTON (CP) The epurtmenl of culture, youth nil recreation's 1972-73 oper- ling expenditures estimates dialling were ap- rovcd the legislature. This total is down C.9 per enl from the lorc- -ast for 1971-72 but is more han the estimated or that year. The largest percentage o! in- crease in estimates was per cent for operation of de- Machinery centre at Lethbridge ive shakeup at defence lieac quarters planned for later this ear. They are Commodore R. H. Falls, 48, of Well and, Ont.; Duncan McAlpine, 49, Montreal; Maj. Gen. Wil- liam Grant, 53, Montreal; and Maj.-Gen. Donald Biggs, 50, Rc- ina. The appointees will provide high level military advice to four civilian assistant deputy ministers named last month by Defence Minister E. J. Benson Gen. Biggs, Second World War RCAF veteran now serv- ing at NATO headquarters in Brussels, will be associate with Lewis Crutcblow, assistanl deputy for material. NEW COSMOS UP MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet Union launched the 487th un manned earth satellile in its Cosmos program Friday, Tass reported. EDMONTON (CP) Agri- culture Minister Hugh Homer said the Alljerta government lias made no commitments on establishment ot a joint farm machinery centre Saskat- and Manitoba. The minister in tabling a re- ..ort in the legislature recom- mending the setting up of the 'rairie Agricultural Machinery Institute, said it contains fi nancial implications for the wovince and no decision has seen made on whether Alberta will proceed. The report, drawn up by a three man committee ol agri- culture officials from the three Prairie governments, was tabled in all three lieglsatures simultaneously Friday. It calls for selling up a cen- tral testing station in Regina, with satellite centres In I-eth- bridge and Winnipeg. Total capital cost would be mil- lion, and a year would be required to run the insti- stitute, with Alberta's share being about 35 per cent. partment minister Ilorst Schmld's office. This went to from J26.065. Tiie largest percentage of de- crease was 26.2 per cent In the d e payment's recreation branch: down to from MAJOIt INCREASES Olher major Increases In- cluded a 16.9-per-cent Increase lo in the estimates for promotion of 4-H and jun- ior forest warden programs and 11.5 per cent to for general administration ex- penses. An anticipated absence of requests for regional library establishment grants resulted in a 14.7-per-cent decrease in estimates for libraries under he cultural development iranch. This went to rom The two auditoriums built to celehrato the 50th anniversary of Alberta as a province are to iiet more money for administra- :ion this year. The Northern Alberts Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton will Tho Southern Aibcrta Jubi- lee Auditorium In Calgary, also built In 1955, will get a 9.1 per cent Increase. Mr. Schmid said the main reason for the increases here was higher staff salaries. The Glenbow Alberta Insti- tute, a private museum In Calgary, will again receive a grant for operating ex- penses. get this year, up 10.9 per cent from Ihe previous year's operating costs. H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker coum Phon. 3M-332J SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL RESIDENCE Department of Education, Fort Simpson, N.W.T. The successful applicant will be responsible for th. agernent of tho iludenl residence which houses approximately 120 scents rongmg in ago from 6 .0 16. Tho dulici will include- dire-ding a slaff of aboul 25 employee! engoged in oil aspects of .cfiool residence operation, initiation and en- forcement of necessary regulations governing jiudcnl conduct, participation in counselling, guidance and disciplinary activities supervision and authorization of expenditure-! the residence and momtc-nonce of the pupils, lii government, community and servico agenciE laled duties as required, In addition to performing these duties the applicant mull have a high school education supplemented by training in child care. Experience in business management Is desirable. Several yean of supervisory experience in a umilar Institution is essential. Married accommodation i< available. Competition number 70 2247. Closing dole 5 May, 1971. GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, YELIOWKNIFE, N.W.T. Applications including a detailed resume should reach Ihe Chief Stalling Officer, Deparlment ol Adminiitralion, Gov- ernmcnl of Ihe Norlhwesl Territories, YellowVnife, N.W.T. on or before the closing date listed above. ison with varioul i, and other CrOSSWOrd By Joseph LaFaucl CONVERTIBLES Alta G Tr '90 133.00 136.00 Cons Gas 514% '89 96.50 93.50 Dynasty 7 '82 99.00 104.00 Acklands 714% '88 97.50 Sciir Rain 711% '83 87.00 89.03 Tr Cdn P 5 '89 111.00 113.00 WC Tr C 514% '38 103.00 106.00 WC Tr 714% '91 133.00 133.00 i __ CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME 150J 2nd AVE. 5. by LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. McDONELL MANUFACTURING THE MOST COMPACT MOTOR HOME ON THE MARKET TODAY. 18, 22 and 24 ft. capacity Motor Homei THE smoothest riding Motor Home made today THE Home wilh the least noise inside while travelling THE only Molor Home available today with the riding quality of a large automobile THE Manner of construction of the 22 ft. capactly motor Home with recessed bumpers is the only Motor Home known today with twin gaucho beds and gaucho dinelle that carv be lawfully parked at a parking melcr of any clly THIS Motor Home has more upper cupboard and stor- age spaco than most other makes CALL at our factory and see for yourself, check the construction ond make TRY OUR RINTAl PLAN THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER AND NOW HAVE COLORED TV For Your Convenience In Making Reservations CALL AND ASK FOR LONG DISTANCE ZEnith 0-7255 at no cost to you IVIERA MOTOR, HOTEL 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2510 1 Damned 6 Overwhelm I2 Roofing 17 Cap 20 "Moonlight M MM. IBQO 22 She starred in "Gigi" 23 Viet Nam city 24 Deliberated upon 27 Hospice 28 Slorm: Fr. 29 BeHim masteipieca 30 Modulation 31 Card 33 Glmsy black 34 Gtiys 35 Outcio 36 Stroke of good luck 38 Czech river 39 Speck of dust 40 Component 41 Tallying 44 "La Foria A MATTER OF TIIE MINU ACROSS 76 African worm 77 HurJing 79 Uncovered 45 Spanish prflposition 47 Hold out 48 Society Pa99 word 49 Try to recall 54 Prairie schooner 56 "Ivanhoa" heroine 59 Piquancy 60 Likewise 61 "Sweet 62 Buddhist monk attain- ing nirvana 63 Bathe 6-1 French 65 Eskimo dwelling 6S Wild pig 67 Venetian magistrate 68 Grantca 69 Respire 72 Emmet 73 Bawling alley 74 Mazuma 75 fcqual PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR Salary to POST OFFICE CALGARY, Alberta Public Service Fonctipn publique Canada Canada SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELFARE OFFICER will organize and administer a safety, healfh and welfare programme in Ihe Calgory Post Office, A good knowledge of: safety procedure In private Industry ond1 the government; the Workmen's Compensation Acl; personnel and ad minis Ira five practices and safety, health and welfare legiilallon it required. tt is expected thai applicants will have taken ipecioHzed safety training courier at well os possessing consfderable directly related experience. Quote Competition No. 72-E-520. Forward "Application for Employment" (Form PSC availabfs or Poit Offices, Canada Manpower Centres ond Offices of Ibs Public Service Commission of'0, toj Publfc Service Commission, 300 Confederalion Building, 10355 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. 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B O Z TLAMBPUP By Edward S. Lloyd 2. FAELVI FORMLY BULK BOTTLE MPIO SI USR KATKPL. FLIP: TPM By Last 1. When asfced by landlady to choow wine, rtar boarder picxi pon. 2, Aquarium acquires five comirnl uali of approval. 3, Nearby nqimium, arboretum, zoo symbolize quality, 4. Furious batter is stopping short of battering shortstop. C. Lame lodger dodged mean Jandlortl, 1972 by Chicago Trihirne-N.Y. News Syrul. Ire. World Rights Reserved ;