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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Stocks decline in early trade TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto stock itarket was onally lower in light mid- morning trading today as it en- tered a second consecutive de- clining session. On index, industrials were down .29 to 176.58, golds .14 to 184.55 base metals .06 to 92.47 and western oils .66 to 206.25. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Thursday. Losses outnumbered gains 128 to 99 with 183 issues unchanged. Canadian Industrial Gas was down to Genstar to Moore to Metro- politan Trust Vt to Kerr-Ad- dison 15 cents to Bankeno 15 cents to Scurry-Rain- Aalborg defends Alberta EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta Treasurer A. 0. Aalborg has termed "fflfounded" accu- sations by Labor Minister Bryce Mackasey that the. prov- inces could have co-operated more with Ottawa in fighting inflation. "We as a province feel the federal government is respon- sible because it's at that level measures have tfce strangest Mr. Aalborg said in an interview. Mr. Mackasey said in Van- couver earlier the provinces and organized labor have been responsible for.inflationary wage settlements leading to un- employment. WITHIN GUIDELINES The province has not made large settlements and the cur- rent wage offer to civil ser- vants is about five per cent, said Mr. Aalborg. "We are staying well within guidelines now abandoned by the federal government." Roy Jamha, president of the Alberta Federation of La b o r, said he was "surprised" that Mr. Mackasey would make the comment. Mr. Mackasey is now "a part of a total government effort to extricate themselves from the mess they're gotten themselves into." "They are attempting to con- vince the Canadian public thai inflation is under control and where it isn't, they are trying to convince the public that la- bor is to blame. "They are trying to find a scapegoat for the position they now find themselves in." Mr. Jamha said. bow to and Ranger Vs to White Pass and Yukon gained to Royal Bank to Cominco to Pa- cific Copper 15 cents to Conwest 10 cents to Fran- cana 10 cents to and Spooner six cents to UTILITES GAIN MONTREAL (CP) Utilities gained while banks, industrials and papers declined in light early trading today on the Montreal stock market. The composite index was off .19 to 174.23. Combined volume on the Montreal and Cwadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares. On index, utilities were up .10 to 152.61. Industrials dropped .30 to 178.28, papers .60 to 91.24 and banks .01 to 180.62. Dome Petroleum lost to Denison to ?28, Sher- win-Williams to Labatts to Canadian and Do- minion Sugar to Stelco to Imasco H to and Phillips Vi to Scott-Lasalle was up to Seagrams ft to Can- ada Cement Lafarge to and Simpsons Sears to ACTIVE TRADE NEW YORK (AP) The stock market broadened its de- cline in more reserved but still- active trading today. At noon the Dow Janes aver- age of 30 industrial stocks had Slipped 4.99 to 880.07. Declines led advances on the New York Stock Exchange by more than 3 to I. Analysts said the drop in volume that accom- panied the slump in prices was encouraging because it indi- cated investors were still more interested in buying than sell- ing. At noon tie Associated Press 60-stock average was off 1.2 to 308.1. Walker gained at and Canadian Pacific at among Canadian issues. On the downside were Dome and Hudson Bay, off at and respectively, and Genstar, Granby, Inco and Alcan, off at and respectively. On the American exchange, Scurry was off Vi at Bras- can at and Jupiter at Javelin was up at 198 students STIRLING (HNS) Sixteen attended the recent annual school meeting. The school board comprises William N. Hogenson, Glen Adamson, and Boyd Hirsche. The principal's report was given by Joseph Stevenson The enrolment is 198 students Glen Adamson gave the au ditor's report, stating all books were in order. HEAD OF CONTINUING EDUCATION DIVISION required by GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE Edmonton, Alberta Starting in September 1971 this newly established College will commence operations. The Continuing Education Division is charged with the responsibility of extending the College courses to night time classes, developing special interest and short courses. The College's Professional Development Officer will report to the Division Head. The College hopes to evolve active community services, development projects and experimental areas of educational methodology and programs. Candidates require an innovative approach to educational programming and methodology, coupled with sound administrative practices. A Master's Degree in Adult Education is preferred, OR Baccalaureate de- gree with minimum of 5 years experience in the field in an educational, industrial, OR governmental agency. Ths Division Head must be capable of working with all elements of the College and Community. Appointment calls for assumption of full-time duties by April 15, 1971 with part-time consultation prior to that date. Salary commensurate with experi- ence and responsibilities. Apply with full resume by March 1, 1971 to: OFFICE OF THE PRESIDEN, FILE NO. GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 200-10355 JASPER AVENUE, EDMONTON, ALBERTA. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dotarty, RndbouM and McCuilg) LAST BO) OR SAJJS IWOK" am. MMU WISTIRN OIL! Atta Ealt Gx Almlnex Asamera Banff BP Oil Gt. Can South CdVi Ex Gat Ashland Cdn Hlmestd Livestock report v.lS 535 4.U 11.75 MO iniar'staarPlpa TBvi Gr IfV Shim In 3.06 iff? 1-rs 's-g'i-s Jouttl .W Invtit Mutual 5.23 !dn Homtltd M Cdn Ind Oil 11.00 :dn Long Is Cdn Suptr On Del Rio Chleftin Donw Dynamic Pett Total Gt Plalnl Mill City New Cent ftxlh Cdn Oil 4umac 'Krmo Petrol Plnnaclt 'lace Gas Ponder danger Scurry Rain Spooner W. Oecalta Kitttr Rat Kim Kotll L Out Pert Ctm MSF Mtnigt Mantcr 12.3714 Ntwcwtx PKlllC Pttt M 7.05 32.50 1.71 .83 I.OS 7.65 .71 1.30 .i? Rank Org Salk Hold Shell Canada Shell Inv Pfd snail Inv Wts Sicks Rainier West Cdn Saed While Yukon CALOARY Acroll Ana Pate Barons Oil North Cont Plain Pete Wast Warner 33.75 Madison l.M Rixdale 5.93 Mutual Gr Nat N W Fin N W Gr M Principal Gr Royfund xnVi United Ac Ij'iO Universal Sav 1LOO A VANCOUVER J435 AnuK 34.12Vfc Arctic Mining ,475 Atlas Explor a'l2to Bath Copper Block Bros Brenda B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar Pfd Capt Intar Churchill Copper Columbia Cell coronation credit y the W. A. C. Bennett Dam on the British Columbia end of Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Price to 11 a.m. provided by the Al berta Hog Producers Market ing Board: Edmonton: No market. Av erage Thursday 21.97. Red Deer: No market. Aver age Thursday 22.43. Calgary: Quoted 21.80. Un sold at 21.80. Average Thurs day 22.49. Lethbridge: No market. Av erage Thursday 22.50. Lloydminster: No market Average Thursday 21.45. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 30 Sows selling 13.75. Total hogs sold Thursday average 22.13. Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS_ Revelstoke Building Mater ials Ltd., year ended Dec. 31 1970, loss: 1969, 000. Simpsons Ltd. year endec Jan 6: 1971, 82 cen a share: 1970, f cents. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. yea ended Jan. 6: 1971, 78 cents a share: 1970, 000, 99 cents. Asamera OH Corp-, nin months ended Dec. 31: 1970 22 cents a share 1969, 10 cents. 318 295 Apr Jun Oct Oats May Jly Oct Barley May 132% Jly Oct Rye May 314% 291 318 298% 27Bi 314% 291 274 86 86's 132% 139% 125% Oct 112Vi 116 117 115% LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE invites applications; for the following positions: DIRECTOR OF STUDENT SERVICES EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION; Applicants should possess post graduate qualifications with courses related to student services. RESPONSIBILITIES: Will plan, organize and administer a com. prehensive program of student services for the College. In cooperation with the senior counsellor will organize, coordinate and supervise total guidance and counselling program of Ihe College. Will be expected to organize and administer a program of student transfer and follow- up of graduates. INFORMATION OFFICER EXPRIENCE AND EDUCATION: Considerable experience In the various phases of general publiciiy work. Completion of senior matriculation supplemented by courses in journal- ism, or an equivalent combination of experience ond education, would be desirable. RESPONSIBILITIES! Supervises and performs the work of gathering Information and material for copy and illustra- tions; does research; edits material submitted by others. Coordinates ths dissemination of news and events to all communication media. Writes, reports, broadcasts and makes personal appearances on behalf of the College, In the best interests of the College. SALARY: Salary for the above posilioni commensurate with qualifications and experience. APPLICATIONS: Interested persons ihould apply for the standard Application for Employment form to: THE DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COUEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA I lie Peace River. British Columbia has declin- ed to take part in the study, but has agreed to co-operate in sup- plying information on the oper- ation of the dam and its gen- erating station, Mr. Hornby said in an interview. "Although the focus will ba on the delta area in the imme- diate action being taken, the fact remains that 60 per cent of Lake Athabasca lies in Sas- katchewan and full attention will be given it for the govern- ment of that province." A small segment of the pro- ject is an ice and lake bed depth survey to determine win- ter ecology. Ecologists say water levels are so low that delta lakes and streams are freezing to the bot- tom and making winter survi- val for wildlife impossible. Tories say Alberta magazine printed outside province EDMONTON (CP) The Progressive Conservative op- wsition claims the provincial- y-financed A Land For Living is printed outside the province. Don Getty (PC Strathcona West) said he was told the magazine is printed in Vancou- ver because Alberta printers could not do the job fast enough. Clarence Copithorne (CP Banff-Cochrane) asked if price was the major factor in the government's decision to have he magazine printed outside [he province.. Speaker Harold Dixon ruled that questions and two other opposition questions on the magazine out of order. Ray Ratzlaff, minister of in- dustry and tourism, had balked at some of the questions before they were ruled out of order. This prompted Dr. Hugh Homer (PC Lac Ste. Anne) to ask: "Why doesa't he (Mr. Ratzlaff) go home? We don't need him here at all." Bill Yurko (PC Strathcona East) then attempted to re- sume the question but the bait- aig stopped after Municipal Af- fairs Minister Fred Colborne expressed support of the speak- er's rulings. Wardair appeals flight ruling OTTAWA (CP) Transport Minister Don Jamieson said he is considering a formal appeal from Wardair Ltd. of Edmon- ton against a Canadian Trans- portation Commission ruling restricting the firm's opera- tions. In the meantime, he under- stood the firm would be able to carry on its normal operations after the restrictions go into ef- fec March 1. He told Marcel Lambert (PC- Edmonon West) that Wardair has filed evidence of its ability to insure deposits of customers for chartered flights. The firm, under the commis- sion ruling, was ordered to re- strict its charter business to Canada and the continental United States because of its al- leged inability to cover depos- its. Mr. Jamieson said the appeal was received a few days ago and he hoped to announce a decision before March 1. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Great West Life Assurance Co., 35 cents, April 1, record March 16. Monarch Life Assurance Co., 15 cents, increase of five cents April 1, record March 16. Memo for BUSINESSMEN from E. A. "ED" BRUNNER Supervisor re: Insuring Key Men Every business has its key men those whose how" and skill are responsible for the firm's suc- cess. A key man's death can mean a serious blow to the business and an immediate shrinkage in profits. Your firm can protect itself against this financial risk with Business Lifa Insurance, It supplies cash immedi- ately to cushion the financial blow and to pay for a capable replace- ment. For information 327-5514, Dayi 328 7549, Evenings MANUFACTURERS 210 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. LETHBRIDGE HEAD OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DIVISION required by GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE Edmonton, Alberta This newly established College commences classes in September 1971 with multiplicity of programs and coufses in post-secondary education. Business Admini- stration Division will provide programs in general business organization and operations, Auditing, and Public Administration. Data processing and Computer courses for program- mers, system analysts and support courses for other College programs will also be taught. A separate de- partment of Secretarial Sciences specializing in train- ing in legal, medical, bilingual and executive secre- taries will come under the supervision of the Division Head. The successful candidate requires a Master of Commerce, Business Administration, OR a Bachelor's degree plus relevant business, industrial experience. Experience in teaching preferred. Availability calls for assumption of full-time duties by April 15, 1971, and part-time consultation prior to that date. Salary is commensurate with responsibilities and experience. Apply with full resume by March 1, 1971 to: OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT FILE NO. GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 200-10355 JASPER AVENUE, EDMONTON, ALBERTA. ;