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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 IHE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, August 21, 1972 Stronger trend at mid-morning Kitchener controversy: A job TORONTO (CI'I (lolil is- sues en the Torm-.lo slock mar- ket movcti lowci' for the sorontl consc'L-vilive ses- sion while pikes in olhei1 major sectors of the Toronto slock market scored stroiiR aclivc trading. ciimmuiiication, rtiil estnte, steel, trust and loan ar.cl merchandising stocks reg- istered strong Rains while bank- ing, general manufacturing and food processing issues drifted fractionally lower. Falconbridpe was up I'.j lo fGJ, Dome I'cte i to Pecl-Eldi-r to SlS'i. Tlacer -V; to Seagrams to SoC'i and Crafton C.roup to Tara rose lo Slj-'-s, United Canso 35 cents to Impe- rial Oil 's lo S-10'j, Inco to KITCHKNER. Out. (CP1 The Waterloo County board of education is lo review Thurs- day the legality ol hirinK an American lo fill the position of hief psychologist. .lames Diuleck, Indiana APPOINTMENT ol Greg Forsyth Mr. Stcvo Dobay, Presidenl ,nd General Mcmager United Molor! Co. lid., leased to announce iho ap- 3Oinlmcnl of Mr. Greg Forsyth Salci Manager of Ihe United Mobile Home Division Greg is a long Ifme res dent of Alberto, obtainet lost of his education cnc business experiences here. H educational background ha uded Business Adrninislr t (marketing) c tended here and in Ihe Un' led Stales; previous position held have been In real es- tate and properly develop- ment in Lelhbridgc end Tor- onto. Greg along wilh nis sales and service slaff, invite you ta drop in and see Ihe belter ideas in owning a mobile home from United. UNITED MOBILE HOMES Div; Untied Motors Co. Ud. 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive lelnbricfge. Alberta. "Serving Ihe Soulh over a quarter century" Alcim 3i lo ami Beth- lehem ''i (a 1. Motorways was riown to S13's, Copper to r.sagcr 'i to ami Consumers Dis- tributors to S363i. In Holds. Dome Minos (ell to 573's ami liiiml 45 lo LIGHT THADK MONTREAL (CP) Prices were generally higher in light trading on Hie Montreal stock market today, with only the banking sector recording a de- cline. Combined volume on (lie Montreal and Canadian stock I exchanges at 11 a.m. was 700 shares, compared with at the same time Monday. On index, banks were down .57 to 276.30, while industrials rose .80 to 234.50, utilities .70 to lli.'.15, composite to 225.40 and papers .05 lo 101.63. Falcon-bridge Nickel was up to SC7. Guarantee Trust 3i to SlO'i, Calgary Power to Soulham 'A to Dis- illers-Seagrams to and B.C. Forest Products to Laidlaw Motorways was off i to and Bank of Mon- treal to OILS WANTED NEW YORK (AD Heavy buying activity in oils pushed the stock market higher in moderately active trading to- day. Among Canadians Mclntyre lose lo Granny Min- ing ?i to A lean 'A to _____ ..'ho has just completed doeloral studies at Pcabody College, Nashville, Tenn., Mon- day began his job with the school hoard. Since he was hired July 20, some local psychologists have heui questioning whether Mr. nudcck fulfills Ontario's legal definitions of a psychologist. They also claim several Cana- dian candidates were over- looked in the hiring. Neil MacEachcrn, school board vice-chairman, said Mon- day it was his personal opinion that the issue "can't be left as H is." He said a definite decision Is needed from the Ontario board of examiners in psychology. That board, wliich functions un- der Ontario statutes, -sets regu- lations and examinations lor persons wishing to practice as psychologists in the province. PREDICTS QUESTIONS "A lot depends on what the examining board said Mr. MacEachcrn. "I imagine some questions will he asked at Thursday's meeting." Uiuler Ontario law no one can be registered as a psychologist until he has passed require- ments of the provincial psy- chological examining board. A candidate must possess a doctoral degree in psychology from an approved educational institute; have at least one year's experience acceptable to the examining board, and pass examinations. The issue hinges on whether Mr. Dudcck has fully corn- doctoral requirc- plelctl acuity (if Ilyerson Poly- technical Institute in Toronto. Walter Hougham, the school lard's educational services su- perintendent and tho official who interviewed about 12 appli- cants for the post, said he iliiin'l want lo comment on the issue since he had just returnei from vacation. Any decision, he said, now would bo up to the trustees. Asked If he Ml the Icga school board was told July 20 that be will have com- pleted his doctoral work by Sept. 30 at the latest, will' his dissertation to he completed and verified by Peabody Col- lege by Jan. 1, 1073, when he is given a lo be raise. If his degree work isn't com- pleted. Mr. Dudcck can't even get what the examining board calls "temporary rcgislralion" id he can'l refer lo himself as psychologists a psychologist. Several local have claimed qualified Cana- dians were overlooked during the interviewing for the posi- tion, left vacant after an inter- nal dispute in which Dr. Gor- don Enstio resigned lo join the Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by McCunlg Limltcil) LAST OK SALE a.m. Quotes} 17.CO am. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlncx Alia Easl Gas BO As.iincra Ashland M.I DP Oil Goi i! Soulh 7.t Husky OIL Husky Oil B Husky Oil War 5.3'> Inler Prov Pipe 13-25 i Inler Prov Steel U.75 7.10 1.70 problems had been cleared up Mr. llougliam said simply tha "Hie machinery is there ant we're taking advantage of it." Asked whether Mr, Dwlcck had begun work as scheduled, Mr. Hougham replied that 'he's In an interview after the July 20 hoard meeting, at which trustees approved the hiring, Mr. Hougham said an Ameri- can was selected over Canadian applicants because Mr. Dudcck was the only one Lo meet ripid requirements set by the board's hiring committee. On the basis of training, he said at that time, none of the Canadian applicants was able to match Mr. Pudeck's hack- ground, which included work as a psychologist with a number of school-related protects in the U.S. and several lectures at colleges and schools. Cdn Ex i Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Super Cdn Long Is C h n r rer Chlclfcn Dome Gl Plains G1 Cdn Oil Lochlol North Cdn O.I Numac FMncdn Pole Pan Qcenn Pntrcl Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spanner Seibens Tolrtl F'elo W. DecAtla Pdc MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Kahcr Res MGF Manrttifl 4.CO pacific Pete 8.S5 Rainier sandwcll M Weif Cdn Seed 4.1J White Yukon i a.m. Inv Gr Ftmd 13.01 Inv MuliMl Mut Accum Muf Gr Hal Resource! H.W. Flnnnco H.W, Growth Prin Growl h RaVfund Tern Growth Un 6.61 5.07 7.61 8.3: 5.51 6.0, 6-lfl MA 5.f7 7.'J '3 8..I5 S 10 13. SO 1 CALGARY Accoll '03V Oarons Oil .03'-' Madison -'l Norm Cent West PIPE IWE STOCKS 15CO A 1.15 Alia Prel 74.00 H Alia Nat Cns 19.73 78 Inland Hn1 Gas N and C GM 13.12', 75 fj ,lruj c B Pld 27.00 1J.43VJ pacific Trans 11-15 -W Gnu Metro SCO ll.3JV'j G.ir Metrn A 7000 Un! Snvlnyi 0 Vnnquard Univcil (.11 VANCOUVER MIMES A (Ion N Church Copper Croydcn Davenport Dolly Vnrdtn Efjuilorial Fort Rcli.ince Glonl Cdn Cda B 40.W t.3S Trani Cdn A 10.87Va Cda War Trons W.M Trans 9.7S MUTUAL FUNDS Urcv; A Rrew II Pfldllc Cvrinui A Cytinui El Falcon Copper Genslar Horn? A Home I) Hud Day Co Hud Bay Oil Huci 13.1Y Oil Pld Hugh Ru55di 6.CO 30.35 35 75 78.00 5.62 VJ Valley Copper 9 INDUSTRIALS 40.75 3800 4500 8 61 All' "Cd'ri "5ivl 9.S5 10.il Block flralliers All Cdn Vent 4.BQ B.C. Surj-T' Amcr Gr Fd 6 AS B.C. Sugar Pld AGF Special 351 Clip Inter CJn Inv Fund 5.3D 5.5? Columbia Coll Mul 7.1A 7.B6 Crest Tor Ind Inler 1511 16.71 Hys Cornm Lever Key livJuilrins Comm Vrnl 8.30 9.01 PAC West Air Carp 632 A.90 Stam Int'l Res Corp Inv SI Td 534 5.53 OILS Drey Fd US 13.S9 Albany OH Gr in Shares J.90 Plains Pete Gr Equity B 49 7.32 Exproaticm Toronto mines, industrials (Snpplied Hy nicliardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OK SALE fl m. Ouorcal MINES and Canadian Pacific to Slfi dropped Mines Masscy-Ferguson '4 to S17'A and Dome to Panarctic treads softly egarding pipeline impact CALGARY Oils Ltd. announced Monday it has started environmental im- pact studies on two possible pipeline routes out ot the Arctic islands. The proposed routes lo south- eastern Canada go along cither side of Hudson Day, through ei- ther Manitoba or Quebec. A contract for the first phase of the study isolation of prob- Dollcir value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds up 1-lfi to SO.38 5-10. Pound sterling down to NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar down 7-04 at SI.01 45.64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 23-6! at S2.M 21-32. Big hockey money hurts nation s image in world SASKATOON' fCP) The 2.2 .nillion members and adherents of the United Church of Canada Involvement of persons who have no religious or denomina- tional attachment. have been urged to give one- j Earlier Monday, the meeting tenth of their income to charity approved the two most COSTLY SEKVICF, JOHANNESBURG, Soulh Af- rica (AP) A magistrate fined 52-year-old Patrick G. Reynolds S133 for stealing a knife, fork and spoon from store. a department REVELSTOKE TWSWPLY GRAIN STORAGE Features grain-saving large, ventilated peak loading hatch. Complete, painted, and ready to move. You can trust Revelstoke's lime-tested design antl top quality materials and construction. Call today! nd to refrain from buying goods manufactured ir. France. The urging came Monday night as the church's 25th gen- eral council speedily passed a sheaf of what officials called "private member's biils." The council rejected, hy a three-lo-one vole, a motion by Rev. G. B. Johnson of Roxhoro, Que., who had asked the church to protest "the excessive sala- ries now being offered to many professional hockey players and the blatant commercialism ol some owners." Mr. Johnston said this presents an obscene image of Canada "in a hurting world." Some delegates argued that the motion unfairly singled out icckcy. Ivan Sparks, a lay delegate from Ottawa, said the same criticism might be applied lo anyone in Canada making more than a year. C.1VK OM: PER CKNT Another resolution said United Church members give one per cent of their income for religious and chari- lahle purposes. Delegates agreed the church should en- courage members to donate one-tenth of their income as a "goal for minimum giving." A second resolution said members should be encouraged to refrain from buying goods manufactured in France until that country slops nuclear tesl- in the atmosphere. Only Delivered ci 50 mile Radius PAINT SALE Super Kom Tone Kem Glo Kem Glo Velvet 20% OFF OUR NO. 1 EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT Rayy Super One Goaf Now ONLY 8 troversial .nd Frchcn-English come before its eight-day ses- ion, and defeated an atlompl ,o suspend church union dis cushions with the Anglican Church of Canada. A strong majority approved a special report saying abortion may be Ihc lesser of Uvo evil in some medical, social ar. cents in a light ex- porter Iniyinf! trade ;it micl-scs- sion on Ihe Winnipeg Kx- trxljjy. Flax also jiclv.mced in a li.cjbl (Jemand while oats antl barley remaincrl firm on domestic shipper antl mnllstiir liusincss. ftyc mover! fractionally in a ItK-.il anil commi.wioi house Irarlc willi some inter-' month spreafling. Volume of trade Monday was bushels of flax. n[ rapesfiwl and of rye. MID-SESSION Klax: Oct. higher S.lliili; Nov. 'ft higher 3.WII; Dec. P.a higher May higher Vancouver: Sept. I'.4 hiRhcrZ.SI'.ii Nov. liifih- cr 2..W; Jan. I'.i higher 2.55'AA; Marcli 2 higher 2.MA. Kapreced Thunder Hay: Oct. higher 2.471iA; Nov. Hi higher higher 2.37F1; May hijiher 2.4414A. O.-.Ls: Oct. higlKr Dec. -'-i higher 77A; May higher fift'.H. H a rl cy: Oct. unchanged I.KJ'-iA; Dec. and May nril Kyc: Oct. higher I.I Dec. higher 1.12A; May higher OTTAWA (Cf) The health .-minsters' report on commumly Iieallh centres "seems lacking" in analysis of ways privatcly- nin clinics mifjhL be more ef- fectively drawn into the total hcnltti c-Tiro system, Dr. Glenn Sawyer, executive secretary of the Ontario Medical Associ- alion, says. Canada has a number of clin- ics, which involve doctors in group practice, thai might, un- ler new funding plans, liavo btten expanded lo include com- munity nursing, social workers, and other community services, he said in ?i telephone interview from Toronto. has always seemed >y milling to what we have rather than starting from he said, adding that it might take considerable capital expenditure to set up new clin- Thcre doesn't appear lo have any research or cost com- parisons showing how pri- vately-run clinics compared with the community health cen- tres, be said. A spokesman for the Cana- dian Medical Association said Ihe report will he referral lo its committees on economics and health care [or study be- fore comment Is made. The committees are expected Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to II a.m. provided by the Hog Producers Marketing Hoard: Krimonton: 3'i.75; average Monday M.G'J. Red Deer: M.I5; a v c r n ge Monday 35.m. Calgary: n v e r a ga Monday No sales. Aver- age Monday 3G.OIi. Uoydmir.stcr: No sales; av- erage Monday 35.3U. Fort Macleod: No sales; av- erage Monday 3IUIG. Grande E'rairic: No sales; average Monday No sales; average Monday 35.05. By Geno roowswefi A FOOD ADDITIVE, TESTED CLINICALLY FORQVER3VR5, IN AUSTRALIA, MAS BEEN" PRW6 D TO fiERJCETeyjm DECAY U P 70 SOBSTANCE, A HIGHLY-SOKJABLE FORM OF CALCIUM AMD PHOSPHATES, CAM BEAODEO TO CEREALS, BAKEDGOODS.SOFTDRINKS, CE CREAM AND OTHER A ratAL wne U.S. 39% KfDUCnCWMDfCAY.' BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL! STUDENTS HIGH DENSITY DESK LAMPS by LUXO ilahFo In colon: Red, Charcon pmeleu poiicttion for nny Rogular 23.95 BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL SICK ROOM AND HOSPITAL SUPPtlES MEDICAL SUPPLIES LTD. 1285 3ru Avonuo Soulh Phono 328-0737, Lottibriclfjo ;