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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DKMMar IV, 1T7I THE ItTHBRIDOE HERAID quotations Vancouver, Calgary, dollar OEK by Dolicrty, Roadhousc and McCuaig) LAST BID Oil SALE a.m. Quoles) a.m. auolMl a.m. WESTERN OILS Hud Bay Oil 45.00 Mutual Ac 5.11 S U.S. Toronto prices hi TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were mixed to fractionally higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was unchanged at 173.51, golds up .50 to 144.36 and base metals ahead .10 to 73.85. Western oils dropped .30 to 204.C1. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Thursday. Declines and advances were shout even, 100 to 35 with 195 issues unchanged. Banking, food processing, pipeline and real estate issues moved moderately higher as nine ot the industrial index's 17 sub-groups posted advances. Communications, merchandis' ing, oil refining and general manufacturing issues edged fractionally lower. Trading was halted in shares of Dominion Scottish Investments Ltd., pending release of information on a proposed takeover offer of Great Britain and Canada Investments Ltd. Power Corp. was up to Numac to SIS'i, Sherritt Vs to Inco Va lo Trans-Canada Pipelines Vs to and Canadian Superior Oil to Algoma Steel dropped '4 to Asbestos Corp. Vz to Mclntyre 1 to Home A to Bell to Tara Vs to and Royal Bank Vs to MONTREAL (CP) Prices slipped lower in light morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Thurs-dav. On index, papers declined .59 to 73.09, utilities .47 to 150.44, industrials .24 to 176.59 and the composite .22 to 177.07. Banks rose .46 to 22C.54. On the Montreal exchange Hudson's Bav Oil rose SI to Rothmans to British American Bank Note Vz to and Northern and Central Gas to Algoma Steel dropped 5i to Simpson's to Trizec to Consolidated Bathurst to and Imasco to On the Canadian exchange Williams Creek Gold advance! 314 cents to 4414 cents on shares traded. Hambro rose to and Pembroke Electric to Berncam gher to and Commodore Busi-ess to flVt. NEW YORK (API The lock market, buffeted by ross currents of profit-taking nd bargain hunting, made a mall gain today. Trading was moderate. The noon Dow Jones average f 30 industrials was up 2.63 at 54.78. Advances on the New York Stock Exchange led de-lines by 9 to 7. Among Canadians on the big oard .Massey-Ferguson gained 14 at Dome Mines was up at and Alcan gained U to Distillers Sea-rams was down at vs. On the Amex, Scurry Rain-Bow Oil advanced 1 to while Canadian Harconi lost Vt o East Gas iJO Huoh Russo 1 1975 RK i 53 7.14 Asamera 16.75 Husky Oil U.U'A N W Fin 4.1 t.K DP Oil Gas 4.10 Husky Oil B 43.00 H W Gr 5-JI 5.95 Can Soulh S.70 Husky Oil War 4.50 Principal Gr 4.00 4.39 Cdn Ex Gas 3.35 Inter Prov pipo 13.37V4 Roylund 5.45 Cdn Homesld Inter Prov Slee 7.37'.'j Temp Gr 5.07 cSn Home Pfd Kaiser Res 4.00 Un ted Ac 4.79 5.26 Cdn Ind Oil 9.25 Dulau t 11.50 Universtl Sav .95 7.63 Cdn Long Is MGF Manage 2.00 Vanguard Jp_o2 lo.VB Cdn Super 40.1JVS Pacific Pele VANCOUVER Charter 5.U Rainier Co 2.75 MINES Chieltan 8.05 Teledynft Anuk Dome Pete West Cdn Seed 4 Archc Gt Plains 29 00 CALGARY Bath Norse .83 MMI Clly V97 Croyden -H New Cent M North Conl .02 Dankoe .65 North Cdn Oil 6.00 West Warner .'7 Numac 13.03 PIPELINE STOCKS Dynasty 5.50 Ponder5" .70 Tr 1275 Primer .Oavj ilB If: MflS Pfd A S Standard V Spooner 108 Tr Cdn Pipe 35.00 Texmont .41 Seibens Tr Cdn P P d B 42.00 Trojan .25 Tdal 6.40 Tr Cbn P Pld A 66.50 Valley Copper 6.EO Ulster 1.40 Tr Cdn P war 10.00 WC -05 West Decalla 7.00 we Trans 24.62V2 INDUSTRIA L5 West Pete 9.00 MUTUAL FUNDS Block Bros 3.00 11.75 Cdn com ,00 .B.C. Ug MISCELLANEOUS gjj 348 3.80 Capl Inter 6.12'A INDUSTRIES Amr Gr F 6.00 6.59 Crcstbrook F Ind 3.10 Aquatalne 25.10 AGF Specia 3.82 20 CdnnCBrew A 30 00 Col Mutual 5.85 6.42 Hys 2-90 Cdn Brew B 35.25 cmmv Inter 12.84 3.SO Sonus B U.S. 1K96 Ull stampede Inn Res .6? rmiljir 11 87Vi Gr In Shares 3.25 3.58 OILS Home A Gr Fquily 6.00 6.59 Albany Oils .41 Home B 42vl Inve.t Gr F 10.73 11.73 Plains Pete .25 W Bay Co ITS lHvest Mulual 5.25 5.74 West Explor .12 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE (ssiono -UTB a.m. Quolesl a.m. Bralorna 1 50 Placer Dev. 24.37''i Gt Cdn Oil 4.65 nrmjlan P.C Exp. .54 Gen Motors 7800 Sehem 1675 Quebec Man .09 Gt Lakes Pp. 17.W4 Brunsv'ick 2.38 Rayrock 1.07 Gull 24.62'A Canada Tung 1.5! Radtare 20 Greyhound 14.75 Cassiar 18.00 Rio A'gom 14.62'A Hawker Sid 220 Central Pat. 1.36 Roman Corp. 5.30 Huron, Erie 24.62V, Chimo Sherritt Gordon 14.00 Hiram Walk 39.00 Conwest 6.90 Silver Miller .04 Imperial Oil OxPhenour MA -JO Inl Pipe 29.00 Craigmont 6.95 Upper Canada 1.65 ny Go A. 7 SO Dickenson Mines 85 western Mines 2.33 Int Utilities 41.1JVi Denlson Mines 21.25 Wright Haroroave! 1.15 ratal Accept Deer Horn .03 Willroy Laurenlide 10.00 D'Eldon. .44 Windfall .OS'A Kelly Doug A 5.75 Dome Wines 53.00 Yeliowknile Bear 4.10 Loeti i 30 Donalda .06 Zenmac .05 Loblaw A 515 Discovery Win'- .65 INDUSTRIALS Melro Store! 5.00 pn.. Mfllnrlir 90 Abitibi 637V, Massey Ferg 10-00 last Sullivan Alcan 18.00 McMillan Blot 2300 Falconb ige 70.00 Alooma Sleel 12-50 Moore Corp 3 .50 Frnhpy 11 Ind Molsons A Firl Marilimes '.41 Allan Suqar 5 Molsons B 17.25 Giant Y.K. 7.00 Agra Indus! 8.75 North, Cent 14.12V: Bovls 1.65 Bell Tel 45.12V, Pov.-er Corp 5.25 Granduc 435 Brazil Trac 17.87V, Price Co 7.00 Headway R.L. 5.00 B.C.Tel Rothmans 1462V, Hollinocr 33.B7V, Burns 11.50 SI Law Corp 19.50 Hudson Bay M-S 19.00 B.C. Fores! H.2S Shell CDA 36.00 Hydra Ex .16 B.C SuoBr 18.50 Simpson's 19.50 Iron Bav 3 05 Bow Valley Ind 26.50 Simp Sears 26.00 1 15 CAE Ind 4.65 steel ot Can 2s. 50 loliet Quebec 19 Cdn Brew 6.37V, Selkirk A 16.50 Kerr Addlson 6.70 Chemcell 4.30 Texaco 34.50 Anacon .17 Col Cellulose 291 Traders Gp A 15.50 Labrador 34.00 Cal Power 26.37V, TransMtn Pp 20.00 Lake Shore 2.30 Cercn Cred t 1.00 Trans can Pp 35.25 Langis Silver .35V, c.w.N. Gas 11.03 Union Gas 14 R.L .63 Cdn Indust 13 62V, Union Oil 42.00 Malartic G.F. .55 Canada S S 40.00 Versatile Mlg 3.15 Marlin McNeely -07Va Cdn Marconi 2-75 westeel 13.75 Maclnlyre M.oo Cdn Vickers 1000 Union Car 17.87V4 A 15-5? Midrim CPR Woodward's A 23.75 intern Mogul 7-.OS Cominco 20.1 2'A Wosl 1 Cdn Sd 4.50 New Wesl Hornt 7 75 Cons Bath 6.25 Zenith s 2-50 W Horsa Copper 1-7? Dom Bridge 20.25 Montreal 17.75 Noranda Domtar Nova Scofla 30 61V New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Sccnrities of Caiiada) Arnr T and T 41.50 Montgomery Ward 31.55 20 Gelds 145.50 up 1.64 Anaconda OJ) of 15 204.50 off A Beth Steel 37.35 Texas Gulf 113.00 Volume lo 37-4 Wick" CCorp YORK AVERAGE Dupont 137.75 30 Indust 854.78 Up 2.63 78 75 Westinqhcuse ES.25 20 Rails 238.43 up Jl Gulf 26.75 U.S. Steel 2P.25 15 Utilities 111.45 Up .3 Inl Harvester 2675 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slocks 29B.79 Up .60 Kenn Copper 21.37V? 20 Indust 173.73 Up .22 Volume livestock AFT15RNOON SALE I Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts n the Oalgary livestock mar-et to 11 a.m., about 800 head; lostly replacement cattle and ,ock calves. Trade was active. Slaughter cattle on offer were mostly medium and can-er cows selling at steady irices. Bulls were steady. Medium slaughter cows 20.50 o 22, canners and cullers 17 o 20. Good bulls 23.50 to 25. Replacement cattle were mostly short-keep steers weighing more than 800 pounds and eifers more than 700 pounds. Prices were generally steady. lock calves were mostly 400 o 500 pounds with prices teady. Good feeder steers more than 50 pounds 33 to 35.60, sales of ighweights to 38. Good feeder heifers more than GOO pounds 0 to 32.50. Good stock steer calvas more than 400 pounds 0 to 46, few lightweights to 8.75. Good stock heifer calves more than 400 pounds 33.50 to 37, less than 400 pounds 35 to 38.75, sales to 40. Hogs base price (CP) The Jnited Slates treasury depart-nent is openly skeptical about Dttawa's insistence that the Ca- i ladian dollar is being allowed o find its own value on markets. But the claims of both of a "clean" loat, Washington's of "tattle-a e grey, at best" probably cpresent preliminary jockeying or position before next week's ?rucial meeting here of finance ministers from the Group of ?cn industrial nations. At stake in the meeting are a series of issues, not the leasl of vhich could be a decision on ivhal value the Western world's currencies will have in future. The decision has far-ranging mplications, particularly in the competitive field of foreign trade, where currency value directly affects the price at n a 1 1 o n 's goods are sold ibroad. Having watched the Canadian ollar rise more than seven in relation to tho U.S. dol-ar since May, l'J70, Ottawa vould have reason lo bo un-lappy at any further increases vhich could make Canadian ex-xirts less competitive. IANDS OFF Nevertheless, Canada says it s largely keeping its hands off. Prime Minister Trudeau told rc-sorters here Monday that 'there have been very slight in-erventions at times in order tfi >revent jerky movements, but we are not trying to protect any given level of the dollar." Later the same day, John Petty, assistant U.S. treasury secretary for international af-airs, told a congressional committee that the Canadian dollar was getting a "fairly clean slight reservations In pulv ic about tire float have since >ecn carried a step further by another .senior treasury official, n private. Com men ting on Canadian statements that tho Bank of Canada is only intervening to 'smooth out the bumps" o f speculative trading on foreign-nxchango markets, the. official told a reporter: "When a bulldozer goes along smoothing out it also tends to press the ground down.'' In other words, he said, all 10 Bank of Canada's smoo-img-out seems to have been one to keep the Canadian dol-ar from climbing too high. And all the pressures on the anadian dollar to be pwanl ones, he added, citing ic benefits to Canada which ould be expected if the U.S, mport surcharge were removed, if other currencies were evalucd upward and if Euro-can and Japanese trade bar-icrs were dropped as a result f current negotiations. Trudeau has said the United 'rates wants Canada to do more o adjust the value of the Cana-ian dollar upward. He says Canada wants to let its cur-ency continue to float freely. A1UE THING? Some financial observers here >clievc both sides may be talk-ng about the same thing. There have been unofficial indications the U.S. would like to sec the Canadian dollar trading at a premium of a few cents above the U.S. dollar, whatever evel is finally decided for American currency. The U.S. may believe that a >remium could be achieved if he Bank of Canada stayed out of the market altogether, because of the upward pressure on tho Canadian dollar. If, as the U.S. believes, Canada is really trying to keep its dollar value down, however, it would not be alone. International analysts hero say almost every one of the other Group of Ten countries would be prepared to intervene on the market to prevent speculators from driving the value of their currencies to "unrealistic1 levels. Any nation that went into next week's Group of Ten meeting with an inflated currency value as a result of speculation, rather than pure market forces, would face extra difficulties in the negotiations over future currency values. Few nations would be prepared to tolerate that. ta primes t WASHINGTON (CP) Congress has sent to President a bill culling taxes for lusinesses and individuals by billion during the next liree years and giving incen-ives to businesses seeking to export more goods. He is expected to sign it quickly. Sponsors say Uicy believe Ihe presidenl will want to move as ;oon as possible to hasten Uie measure's stimulative effects on Uie U.S. economy. The Senate passed the com-iromise version of the legisla-ion by a 71-to-6 vole Thursday soon aflcr the House of Representatives cleared it, 320 to V4. The bill includes authority for J.S. companies to set up domestic interaalional sales bill msiness tions, known as the DISC plan, nd receive tax deferral on 50 cent of export sales handled >y such corporations. The DISC proposal has caused concern in Canada where it is eared it give U.S. com-lanies an incentive to invest ind expand plants in the United States rallwr than in Canada or other foreign countries and vould reduce competitiveness of Canadian-manufactured goods n the U.S. CANADA PONDERS Finance Minister Edgar Benson told the Commons this week hat the Canadian government vas considering what to do in lie event Uie U.S. measure was lassed. The tax bill also includes reinstatement of the seven-pcr-cen1 nvesunent credit to permi' msiness to subtract from their axes up to seven per cent o .heir spending on new rrjachin ery and equipment. It does not permit a tax eredi on purchases of foreign-produced machinery1 until the U.S 10-per-cent import sin-charge is removed. Canadian government and in duslry officials have estimated that the tax-credit plan could al feet ?1 billion in machinery ex ports to the U.S. One of first effects of th tax bill, assuming it become law, will be refunds averagin to some three million t four million buyers of new car in the last four months. Th seven-per-cent excise ta.x o autos is repealed retroactive t Aug. 16. All taxpayers should obtain somewhat larger refunds or ow slightly smaller final payments when they file their 1971 returns early next year, because of th increase in Uie 1971 personal doubts take-over bid tax advantage HALIFAX (CP) Nova Sco-ia Light and Power Co. Ltd. said in a news release today the acts "do not bear out" the con-ention that it would be to the ax advantage of its shareholders to accept a take-over bid by he provincial government. Premier Gerald Regan announced last Friday that Uie s'ova Scotia Power Commission, a provincially-owned utility, would move to take over the privately-owned NSLP with an offer of per share. In its statement today, Nova Scotia light and power says 'there has been a great deal of confusion" surrounding the tax situation "with the strong inference that it would be an advantage taxwise to accept the takeover bid prior to Dec. 31, 1971. NSLP says it would not be advantageous to channel GRANDE CACHE, (CP) A new television channel, which iroadeasts only wealher information, has been put into service in this community 210 miles west of Edmonton. The channel, the only one of ts type in Alberta, gives viewers a complete picture of current weather conditions while music is played in the background. A camera scans six gauges which show viewers the rela-.ive humidity, wind velocity and direclion, outside barometric pressure and she amount of precipitation. Weather equipment outside continuously feeds new information to the gauges. The weather channel equipment is owned and serviced by Alberta Government Telephones. In future, the channel will show local television shows and educational programs in addition to weather prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Prices moved to lower levels at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Rapeseed prices followed trends in the soybean market in Chicago and were up lo three cents off previous close prices on a moderate volume of trade. Thursday's volume was bushels of flax, of rye End of rapeseed. Mid-session prices Flax: Dec. 1% lower May 2 lower July 1% lower Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. 23s lower 2.52ViA. March ZTi, lower June lower Rapeseed1 Thunder Bay: Dec. 3 lower 2.36V4, May lower July not open. Oats: Dec. May unch 67V2A, July not open. Barley: Dec. 14 higher 1.07A May unch 1.0814A, July -Is lower 1.07'iB. Rye: Dec. lower 95, May Vz lower July nol open High Low Close Flax-Dec 238 239 May 24914 24714 Jly KK 249'A 2505k Rapcsecrt Vancouver Jan 25314 Mar H June 25814 2571-i 25714 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Dec 24114 24014 239'i May 2501i) 243'a banking service on tlie way TORONTO (CP) Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce plans to extend 24-hour cash-dispenser lacilities to branches in Montreal and Vancouver next year. "This expansion will constitute the first step in a program designed to bring round-the-clock banking facilities to major centres across the coun try." the bank said here. The service has been tested for two years in Toronto. The dispensers allow customers with special cards to withdraw money at any time through machines on exterior write of the prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 25.55, average Thursday 26.24. Red Deer: No sales, average Thursday 25. GG. Calgary: 25.15, average Thursday 2G.12. Lethbridge: No sales, average Thursday 25.94. Lloydminster: No sales, average Thursday 25.50. Grande Prairie: No sales, average Thursday 25.30. Total hogs sold Thursday average 26.07, sows prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and poultry report issued by tho federal agriculture department. Eggs To producers A large 42; A medium 38; A small 22; B 22; C 6; Cracks 6. To rcl'Eilers A large 51 to 54; A medium 40 to 50; A small 33 to 3fi; B 33 to 39; C 32; Cracks 32. (Two cents extra in To consumers (in cartons) A large 5G to 61 A medium 54 to A small 38 to 41. To producers Live No. 1 chicken broilers, 22; 6 and over, 5 and under 6, Fowl under 4, 4. Turkey under 12, 25, 12 to 18, 25; over 18, 2Ph. Live No. 2 chicken Broilers, 19; (i and over, 22Vz; 5 and under 6, ISVa. Davis PALO ALTO, Calif. (API -Black militant Angela Davis will go on trial .Ian. :il in San Jose on murder, kid nap and conspiracy charges. Lawyers for the 27 year -old former university philosophy instructor announced afler a meeting with prosecutor Albert E. Han-is and Superior Court Judge Richard E. Arnason date set Miss Davis would be moved from a jail here before the trial starts. Miss Davis is accused of fur nishing four guns and helpin plot an abortive escape attemp at the Mar in County Civi Centre Aug. 7, 1970 in whic a judge, convicts and an accomplice were bill raises the exemptio to S750 in 1972. This will brin some cuts in withholding fo millions oi taxpayers after Jan TO DO WITH DANeEROUS WASTES FRQtt ATOMIC POWER PLANTS? SCIENTISTS ATTHE U. OF CALIFORNIA SUGGEST NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS TO PRODUCE DEEP 'CHIMNEYS UNDER FUEL PROCESSING PLANTS. WASTES DUMPED INTHE 'CHIMNEYS" WOULD BE BOILED DOG AND ALI, PLAINFIELD, N..I. (AP) -Police say a burglar kicked in the rear door of the home ol Wilma Barnclt here Thursday and stole a television set, the kitchen clock and Mrs. futures WINNIPEG (CP) Liv beef futures close Thursday. Jan. 34.20; 33.20N May 32.75B. Wednesday's volume: No con earnings Dv THE CANADIAN PRESS Metropolitan Stores of Canada Ltd., nine months ended Oct 31: 1971, 1970, HIGH-LEVEL A" ABOUT 20 YUKS THE neAT Mfir me OOCK full-grown German shepherd REGINA (CP) "If you're a letting says Premiei Allan Blakeney, "then I would say Dave Sleuart is a good horse to back." Although the New Democra ic Party leader won't give odds, he figures Mr. Steuart, the 55-year-old acting leader of bet Saskatchewan Liberal party, is almost a certain winner in the party leadership race that begins Friday in Saskatoon. Mr. Steuart, a pint-sized and crusty political veteran, is running against former welfare minister Cy MacDonald and George Leith. a legislature member defeated in the June 23 general election that saw Liber Liberals swept from power by the NDP. Whether Mr. Blakeney's suggestion is wishful thinking-hope for a Liberal leader he race the future of the Liberals in Saskatchewan. Al a public meeting in Regina Monday night. Mr. Sleuart ad milled the parly is facing a fearsome opposilion. "The KDP h a v c lots o money. On top of that, they also have "the power of govemmen and we know they won'l hcsi tale to use it "We. are actually fighting one of the most, formidable politica machines in North America am we're doing it. with one ham tied behind our backs." Mr Steuart was believed under 12, 22; 12 to 18, 22; over 38, 19Vz. 249 Oals Dec 67 '.2 May 67 '4 Jly Barlev Dec iOG7; 10814 May 103s .i Jly ICG's Rye Dec 96'i 9414 %'i May 10212 lOlli SALE BY SEALED BIDS 1968 Codillac 2 Door Hardtop Sky Blue, highway miles, ovg. 18 miles per gallon, immaculate condition. Send Sea ed Bids ta THE AUCTION EARN -2508 -2nd Ave. N. With 10% cheque of total bid. Bids tahen until 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10 by mail, and until noon Set., Dec. 11 at the Auclion Darn. Car on Display WED., DEC. 8, 1 TO 5 P.M. FRIDAY DEC. 10 ALL IN St.'jqm., St. W., MoM..ol 1 76. but observers say he'c prefer Mr. S'ieuart or Mr MacDonald over Mr. Leitli, a relatively unknown factor. That Mr. Sleuart has the inside track is obvious. He was Premier Ross Thatcher's right-hand man during the Liberals seven years in office. It was Premier ACCOUNTANT OFFICE MANAGER REQUIRED By THE CANADIAN PRESS Simpsons Scars Ltd.. 1 ccr.l.s March 15, record Feb. fined COLLIERIES LIMITED COLEMAN, violation MISSISSAUGA, Out. (CP1 -Steinberg's Ltd. was fined in provincial court here referring lo low party finances. He appealed for more contributions lo the party coffers, saying the Liberals' main Bltr Public Senrice Fonctipnpiiblique 1 BT" Canada Canada prompted Ihe leadership contest. CATERING TO successful applicant will be responsible for the complete accounting function and the supervision of the office staff, reporting to the controller. A recen graduate with a recognized accounting degree and some supervisory experience would bo preferred. Pleaso reply in confidence to: G. S. MUNRO COLEMAN COLLIERIES LIMITED BOX 640 COLEMAN, convictions under tlie Canada Weights and Measures Act based on food packages con-nininj; loss weight lhan claimed on (lie Inbels. The largest discrepancy was in a package of grapes weighing one pound ounces that was marked ana pound 12 ounces. The law allows a nf an o 11 n c e variation. Louis Sbenr.'an. manager of Ontario stores for Stcinlierg's told Hie court under new rules when convictions are registered, bnlli the manager and department head are MacDonald a 43-year-old former teacher who projects a young image, is openly solicit ino the youth vole while Mr Leith, offers himself mainly as a "viable alternative" lo the other two. All three have Iwcn active campaigning for Saturday nigh when an estimated 900 constitu oncv representatives cast their ballots. The campaign was climaxcc by a scries of six public meet ings featuring the three candi dates. From Ihe questions asked, it has been evident the partj rank-and-filo is worried is OFFICER Salary to Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Indian and Eskimo Affairs Branch Lethbridge, :The primary functions of tho job entail the revision, analysing and summarizing o applications for financial assistance from the Indian Economic Development Fund. The incumbent must also implement decisions on opplica tions for assistance and arrange for d sbursomcnt of funds, foreclosure and debt deletion. QUALIFICATIONS: University degree In economics, accounting or a related discipline n id i-vidcnco of having achieved qood results in economic deve op merit management OR evidence of havinrj achieved good results in financing and administration of business dcve opmcnt. Pleaso quota Competition Number earnings for Keilnum's MONTREAL (CD Rcit-man's (Canada! Ltd. reports net earnings of or 78 cents a share for the nine months ended Oct. 31, up from or 52 cents a share for Ihe coriT.spor.ding period of 1070. Sales of Uie Monlrenl-bascd ladies' wear chain increased to "Application for Employment' (Form PSC 367-401) avniloblo ot Poif Offices, Canada Manpower Centres, Of-ficof of tho Public Scrvico Commission of Canada, or District or Agency Offices of the Department, and moil to: Department of Indian Affairs and Noil icrn Development, 25th Floor CN Tower, Edmonlon 15, Alberto, Attention; Staffing ;