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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-07,Lethbridge, Alberta Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS    DEATHS IN MEMORIAMSMonday. JatNMry 7, 1974 — THE LITHIMDOE I —1i The Herald“ HINTON - Passed away Sunday, January i, 1974, in St. Vincent’s Hoapitai, Pmcber Creek, at th« age of 7S years, Charles Hinton, beloved husband of Mrs, Velma HinUm, of Pincher Creek. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed ^ EDEN’S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincber Creek. .C6446 McADOO ■“ Passed away in the city on Sunday, January €, 1974, Mrs, Eve McAdoo, at the age of 72 years, beloved wife of Mr. William 0. McAdoo of Apt. 16 505 8th Avenue South, Lethbridge. Born in Scotland, the late Mrs. McAdoo came to Canada with her parents in 1902 to Lethbridge an(^ has resided here until her passing. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by two sisters, Miss Lena Bissett of Vancouver, B.C. and Mrs. Rose Carr of New Zealand. She was predeceased by two brothers. The funeral service will be held Wednesday, January 9, 1974 at 3:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue South, with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6449 MATISZ — Passed away in the city on Sunday, January 6, 1974, Mrs. Mary Matisz, at the age of 79 years, of 921 8th St. N., widow of the late Mr. Peter Matisz and beloved mother of Paul, Peter and Andrew I^tisz of Lethbridge. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. Born in Vegar-do, Hungary, the late Mrs. Matisz came to Canada in 1928, settling on a farm at Alsask, Saskatchewan, until 1937, residing at Raymond until 1950, at Burnaby, B.C. until 1^3, moving to Lethbridge, where she has resided until her passing. The late Mrs. Matisz was a member of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church and of the Hungarian Old Timer’s Club. Prayers will be said at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL (703 13th St. N.) Tuesday, January 8,1974 at 7 p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St. Peter and St. Paul’s Greek Catholic Church, Wednesday, January 9,1974 at 10 a.m., Rev, Father Richard Zuback celebrant. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery, Mount Calvary Section. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6448 UPHAM - Gladys, beloved wife of Hartley U|Aam of Blairmore, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, Saturday January S, 1974 at age 71 years. She was bom in Nottingham, Eng. on Aug. 23, 1902, and came to Canada in 1910, settling in Blairmore, where she has resided since. The former Gladys Gibson, she married Hartley Ui^am, August 30, 1922. She was predeceased by one sister. .Evelyn in Chilliwack, B.C., in 1909; one brother, Gibson in Ocean Falls, B.C., in 1970, her mother In 1953; father in 1916 an^ a step-father Jim Milne in 1956. Surviving beside her husband, Hartley, is one son, Roy of BlaiFmore and two grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. F. (Gertrude) Love of Calgary. Funeral services will be held in Fantin’s Blairmore Chapel, Tuesday, January 8 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Douglas Dunn officiating. Interment will follow In Blairmore Union Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD. Is in charge. In Ueu of flowers, persons wishing may donate to the Dr. Aiello Memorial Fund, c/o Crowsnest Pass Hospital Blairmore, C6445 SZARKA - In loving memoiy ol my dear sister. Rose Szarka, who passed away January 6,19tt. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die, Precious forever are memories of you. Today, tomorrow, and all life through. —Always remembered and sadly missed by sister Susan and family. PISKO ~ Andrew (Andy), passed away in Lethbridge on Saturday, January 5, 1974, at the age of 74 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Annie Pisko. Mr. Pisko was bom in Czechoslovakia on November 22, 1899 and came to Canada and Lethbridge in 1909. He was very active in baseball. He was president of the Lethbridge Galt Miners’ Baseball Team for 30 years, was president of the Alberta PROVIDES CAPITAL TORONTO (CP) - A Cincinnati-based manufacturer of air pollution control equipment has received *240,-000 in expansion capital from Charterhouse Canada Ltd. of Toronto. QQD LIFE INSURANCE U W P V W    f initial Amsufin ' (20-Y*«r P*cr«Ming cennartlbi* T«rm Iniuranu) It would pay you 1« campar* Ihli with any othar laf m plan, MONTHLY PREMIUMS — (P.A.C. Plan» Aga21-SI.49    Afla3S—*10.0* Age 25-Se.70    Aga *0—*1S.T4 Ab* 30—*8.95    Aga 45—*23.93    Wja VJ- . KEN BELSHER    ^ ♦ OCCIDENTAL LIFE of Calilornla 439A - HOLIDAY VILLAOE Phona 3IS Q944, Rat. 32J-0M4 DUNLOP FORD’S ^ SELL-OUT Exhibition Pavilion January 23rd to 26th Baseball Association for a term, was president of the Southern Alberta Baseball Association for a term and he was given an Honorary life Membership in Uie Alberta Baseball Association. He helped to build the Henderson Baseball Park. He was also an active member of the St. Peter and St. Paul’s Greek Catholic Church. He leaves to mourn his passing a son Edward of Richmond-, B.C.; two daughters, Florence Bethel of Fresno, California and Mrs, Gerald (Loretta) Stilson of Lethbridge; 11 grandchildren; a brother, Peter of Lethbridge and a sister Katie Harold of Blueberry Creek, B.C. He was predeceased by two brothers, John and Joseph. Requiem Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, January 8, 1974 at 10:00 a.m. in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church with Father R. Zuback as celebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery, Prayers vrill be said in the Christensen Chapel (327 - 10 St, S.) tonight at 8:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6447 Business Gold paces market prices higher in active trading Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doheriy, McQuaig Lid.) WESTERN OILS    SandwaU SCHNEIDER — In loving memory of our dear husband, dad and granddad, Karl F, Schneider, who passed away January 6, 1962. He gave us love in fullest measure Care, devotion, memories to treasure. He shared our hopes, joys and tears, God bless you dad for those precious years. —Lovingly remembered by his wife, daughter and husband, grandson and family. 6672 CARDS OF THANKS JOHNSON ~ Delbert and Lila Johnson and family, Barnwell, wish to thank all of their neighbors, relatives, and many friends throughout the south for their many acts of kindness, floral tributes, cards, visits, phone calls, and cash donations in lieu of flowers to the building fund for the Barnwell Ward Church received during our recent shared loss in the passing of our son, Lynn Johnson. 6671 KARK — The family of the late Julius Kark, wish to express their deep felt gratitude to their relatives and friends for their messages of sympathy, flowers, food and mass cards. Special thank-you to Mrs. Margaret Hewlett, the ladies who helped serve lunch, to Fr, Field for his comforting visits to the hospital, the doctors and staff of the Municipal Hospital, Fr. Lyons of Calgary and to everyone who helped in so many ways. Your kindness and thoughtfulness will always be remembered. —Alex and Irene Onody and boys —Jim and Mary Maxim and family 6670 WUOTILA - To our friends, relatives and neighbours for their many acts of kindness, consideration and assistance during our recent bereavement we would like to say "Thank you.” To Bishop R. Selk and Arthur N. Green for gentle words about our dear Dad and Granddad and to those who rendered such beautiful music during the service. To the Ladies of the Relief Society and friends who graciously supplied and served refreshments. Many thanks for flowers and donations. Also thanks for concern shown by ambulance attendants and hospital staff of St. Michael’s. YoHr thoughts and actions will long be remembered. —Gladys Wuotila —Lois, Nelson, Fred, Rosemary, Joyce and Larry and families and Charles and Ethel Wuotila 6681 Dustbane Products Announcemflnt and mines AHon Mines Albany Oil Alminex Aaatnera Ashland Oil Alta East Qas BP Canada Brenda Mines Can Southern Cdn Export Cas Cdn Homestaad Cdn Ind Gas    , Cdn Long Island Chlettan Cdi> Superior Dome Peta    i Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Gibraltar Mines Qranisle ^reai Plains    . Gl Cdn Oii Sds Ldch Expior Lytton Min Noble Mines North can Oils Numac Pancdn Pete Pan Ocean Petrol    ■ Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Oil Scurry Rainbow ' Seibens Spooner Total Pete Ulster Pete Unit Canso WC Pete west Decalia MiSCEt-LANEOUS industries Acres Limited Aquitaine BC Sugar A Ptd Blot* Brothers Cdn Pac Inv A Pfd Com Capital Corp Cariing 0‘Keele A Pfd Carling O’Keele B PId Crows Indus Crest Forest ind Faleontjridge Cop F and M Trust Gen star GlOiO Com Units Home Oii A Home Oii B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil A Ptd Hugh Bus C Ptd Husky Oii Husky Oil B PId Husky Oil □ War HusKy Oil E War Hys ol Canada int Pro Pipe War im Pro Steel Kaiser Resources Lobiaw C Pfd Magnasonlcs Pacific Pete Pac West Airlines Ps-Ben Oiifield Rainier Inc Royal Trust I I 1 I I I I I I • I I I I I I I I I I I’m interested in a free trial of the Philips 96 | dictating systeWi. I understand there is no | obligation.    I I I NAME ......................................... I ADDRESS ..................................... j CITY ..!....................................... j PROVINCE ................................... • LOOKER omCE EQUIPMEliT j 2S0-l3ltttt.N.LetlibrM9e, Alberta    | Teledyne 7.25    Trimac Ltd .80    West Cdn Sd Pro 7.50    Westfield Min 15.50    we«lon A Ptd 11.50    White Yukon 6.37'/i PIPE LINE STOCKS 12.11'/!    Aila Gas A 7.75    Aita Gas PId 5.50    Alta Nat Gas 3.50    inland Nat Gas 7.62 W    Gaz Metro B.ST'A    Gaz Metro A Pfd ■18    N and C Gas 11.37’/!    NandCBPfd 58.87'.4    Pacific Trans 3S.e2W    Trans Can Pipe lO.IZVi    Tr Can A P(d 24    Tr Can B Pfd f«    Trane Can War 11-75    WC Trans 0.50    WC Trans Wis 28-75 CALGARY 10.62'.^    Acroil 2.60    Barons Oiis 1.10    isi Continental .76    West Warner 6.00    VANCOUVER 16.00    MINES 13.37VÍ    Atlas Explor 16.50    Bath Norse 1.70    Dankoe .23Yi    Davenport •4B    Dolly Varden .55    Equltorial    - •46    Lornex 23.00    Prim&r 17.87 Vi    pyramid .38    Sliver Stand 7.00    Vaiiay Copper 1.41    INDUSTRIALS 24.00    colum Brew 6.37'.^    Key Industries 7.25    wardair OILS August Pete 11.00    Plains Pete 26.00    Pond Explor 13.50    stam inti Fles 3.50 MUTU.AL FUNDS 5.50 4.10 8.ZS 4.50 1.23 59.12W 9.75 11.2S 91.00 18.75 e.so 6.25 64.00 IttAT'A 21.00 10.75 34.37'j4 63.12'/i 36.00 5.62’^ 21.87'.^ 3.S0 .60 .04 .0r.il .30 .39 .97 1.95 .35 .24 .16 10.50 . .08 .11’A 1.71 9.25 2.90 .14 1.55 .60 .22 .75 .97 34.25 All Cdn Compound 6.72 7.31 2.50 All Cdn Dividend 7.09 7.71 2S.2S Alt Cdti Ventures 3.47 3.77 9.75 Amer Grow F 5.20 5.71 26.00 AGF Special 2.65 9.7S Cdn invest F 5.04 5.52 11.62'/4 Callee Mutual 5.36 5.89 4.80 Com Inter 13,30 14.71 16.50 Com Leverage 3.22 3.54 40.S0 Com Ventura 5.43 5.97 so.eT'A Corp Investors 6,37 7.00 45.00 Corp Invest S F 4.94 5.43 OreyluB Fund US 11.29 12.37 46.00 Grt Pacific 4.48 4.89 48.00 Grpd Income 3.07 3.3S 53.50 Qrow Equity 7.20 7.91 23.00 invest Grow F 11.92 13.03 39.00 Invest Mutual 6.70 6.23 7.50 Mut Accum 6.14 6.75 10.12'A Mut Qro«i F 3.20 3.52 3.30 Nat Resources 4.92 5.41 7.25 NW Cdn 5.38 5.91 13.50 NW Grovrtti 4.64 5.10 4.35 principal Srowth 4.36 4.76 25.25 Prov Mutual 7.36 8.07 6.00 Royfund 6.71 6.99 31.62'/î Templé Srawlh 7.35 8.05 a.oo unit Accum 4,68 6.14 7.0Û Univer Savings 7.93 6.72 4.12'.^ UnivesI 6,03 6.63 26.75 Vanguard 6.01 6.S9 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Acme    -10’-^ Advocate Asb-    1.25 Akaltcho    1.70 Bralorne    1.65 Broulan    .60 Bethlehem    15.37'.^ Bovis    2.05 Brunswick    5.25 Can. NW Land    0.25 Canada Tung.    3-1 o Cassiar    9-50 Central Pat-    .87 Chimo    1.00 Conwest - 4.25 Cons. Rambler    Z.eZ Coin t^ke    .13 Cochenour    1.15 Craigmont . ,    e.so Dickenson Mines    4.9S Denison Mines    49.75 D'Eidona    .40 Dome Mines    175.00 Discovery Mines    1-02 East Malattie    5.50 East Sullivan    2-40 Falconbridge    64-12Vi Frobex    .24 First Maritime*    -66 Giani Y.K-    14.7S GranauC    3.55 Hoiiinger    43.50 Hudson Bay M4S    26.62W Hydra Ex.    30.00 Iron Bay    3.80 ISO    1.95 Joiiet Quebec    .21'A Kerr Addison    l2.87’/4 Key Anacon    ,23'A Labrador    42.00 Lake Shore    4.55 Langis Silver    07 W Madsen R.L.    2.15 Maianic G f.    1.13 Martin McNaeiy    .44 Macinlyre    58.00 Meta    .13 Midrim    .10 Intern Mogul    6.50 Nu West Homes    9.25 New Athona    .15 Ivlew Calumet    .26 Noranda    51.37'/4 Norttigate    4.95 Norlex '    .20 Pine Point    32.25 Placer Dev.    24.12'A Pax Exp.    1,25 Quebec Man    .13 Rayrock    1.12 Radiore    -29 Rio Aigom    34.75 Roman Corp.    13.50 Sherritt Gordon    15.50 Steep Rock    2.08 Tek Corp.    3.50 Texmont    .23 United Canso    23.87W Western Mines    J.OS WH Copper Mines    3.15 Wright Hargreaves    2.60 Wiliroy    1 11 Windfall    .13'.^ Yellowknife Bear    5.75 Zen mac    .09 INDUSTRIALS Abitibi    12.62W Alcan    39.62 W Algoma Steel    20.37'-4 Ateo ind Jannock    G.67% Bell Tel    40.37'A Brazilian Trac    17.00 BC Tel Burns ' BC Forest BC Sugar Bow Valley ind Cable CAE Ind Carling O'Keele Ctiemceli &dn Cellulose ai Power CWN Qas P!d Cdn Industries Cdn Marconi Cdn Viekers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bathurst Cons Gas Oist Seagrams □om Bridge Dom Textile Oom Stores Dome Pete Dolasco Glen Mobile Grt Cdn Oil Sands Gen Motors Grt L^kes Paper Gulf Oii Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hiram Walker Huron & Erie Imperial Oil Imasca Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Group A iU International indust Accept Kaps Keily Doug A L^urentide Loeb Lobiaw A Metropolitan Massey Ferg McMii Bioed Moore Corp Moisons A Molsons B Nacnurs North Cent Power Corp Price Co Rothmans Shell CDA Simpsons Simp Sears Steel Canada Selkirk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Mtn Pipe Trans Can Pipe Union Carbide. Union Gas Union Oii United Siscoe Versatile MIg Westeei Westons woodwards A West Cdn Seed Zenith Eiec BANKS Cdn Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Toronto-Dom 50-00 14.37YÏ 20.12’/i 20.25 30.50 14.00 8.50 3.80 5.12'A 6.62'A 23.62VJ 10-00 18.75 3.50 13.37*A 14-50 16-62'A 34.62’^ 27.62’.^ 16.62'A 42.25 36.00 g.izvt 12.25 38.50 29.75 6,00 10.50 46-50 25.25 32.87','! 17.62’,^ 5.25 50.75 31.00 40.371^ 28.50 36.00 22.00 7.B7=A 16.12’^ 17.25 4.90 5.12«. 8.62',^ 4.10 5.12V2 10.87'.^ 17.37’/4 32.75 54.00 23.25 22.50 13.37W 10.75 10.62'/4 15.12'/i 12.87'.^ 18.12'A 8.00 11-37',4 30-25 14-25 43,87Vi 16.25 15.25 34-12W 17.25 10.12'A 13.62 Vi 6.12VÎ 6.7S 19.25 19.00 19.25 4.50 2.60 28.75 19.00 36 25 36.50 35.50 TORONTO (CPl - Led by a strgng advance in gold, the Toronlo stock market moved moderately higher in active mtdmoming trading today. The gold index was tip to 47S.40. The industrial index, cunsidered (tie main indicator of market trend, rose .31 to 317,20. base melals t.ll to 101.» and western oils 3.19 to 261.16. Volume by ll a.m. ws 1.44 million shares compared with 1.16 million at ibe same time Friday but on one hour less trading. The Toronto Stock Exchange began exiended hours today, opening one hour earlier. Advances oumumbered declines 1*5 to 138 with 162 issues unchanged. Oil refining, food processing, real estate and beverage stocks were among sectors of the market recording gains while trust and loan, merdiandising and chemical issues were lower. Among golds, Campbell Red Lake rose T to M6. Dome Mines BH-i to 1171 and Pamour w to $9'i. Petrofina rose “•j to S25‘.ii. Interpool ^ 1 to S13'/1. Distillers Corp. “¡i to S42“!!, Imperial Oil ^ i to $4(F4 and Ineo ^ to $36'.. Moore fell to JH, Silverwood A =■» to ilO^i. Consolidated Bathurst to *27-'« and Royal Trust ‘-i: to t26‘A. Hanger Oii rose Ito *45‘ s, Siebens to SITJ-I and Clarcan 5 i cenK to *4,55. MONTREAL (CP) - Prices were mixed in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Volume on the Montreal Slock Exchange at 11:00 a.m. was 372,900 shares, compared with 35i2,800 at the same time Friday. Industrials rose .69 to 24Z.2J, the composite .47 to 225.67 and banks .03 to 271.18 while papers fell .66 to 133.39 and utilities .09 to 142.69. Trlmac Ltd. rose 1 to Pan Ocean Oil % to $16’4! and Placer Development ‘A to while Royal Trust fell Vs to i28’4 and Moore Corp. ‘A to $51. Among speculative issues. Gold Hawk Mines rose three cents to S6 cents on a volume ot 67,400 shares traded- Wlnnlpeg grain WINNIPEG tCP) - Mid-session prices on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange were unchanged to higher In moderate activity. Buyers continue to be interested in both rapeseeds and rye. Ratieseed was up the iO<ent-a-btishel limit in several months, while one mwith ot rye reached the 10-cent limit. Flax also was strong, with early months seven to 13 cents a bushel higher. Oats and barley continued un-cl^nged-    ~ Fiiday’s voltwne of trade was 368.nOfl bushels of flax. 1,574,000 of rapeseed. 759,000 of ^e and no oats or barley. Mid-session prices:    . Flax: May 13 higher 10.4«; July 7 higher 9.S7; Oct. 1 higher 8.87; Nov. not open.    ,    ^ Rapeseed Vancouver; Jan. ZO higher 6.68V4B; March 20 higher g.SSViB; June 20 higher 6.S0A; Sept, U hi(^er 6.32B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay; May 15 higher 6.«B; July 10 higher 6.25B; 0«. unchanged 5.S5B; Nov. unchanged S.75B. Oats: May unchanged 1.56B; July unchanged 1.17\i.B. Barley: May unchanged 2.45’iB; July unchanged 2.30B. Rve: May 10 higher 3.57>:4A; July 9% higher 3.4JIB; Nov. not open. Livestock Calgary CALGARY (CP) - Receipts to 11 a.m. Monday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled about 425 head, mostly slaughter steers and cows. Trade was active. There were insufficient heifers on ofler to eBtahlish quotations. Cows sold fully steady for quality. Bulls sold steady. Steers Al and 2 1T.50-4S.90. A3 45.7517, A4 4345.50. Cows D1 and 2 37-38.70, 03 3S-36. D4 28-32. Good bulls 13-4S.50. Replacement cattle were mostly fleshy short-keep steers weighing 900 pounds and up and selling steady. There were insufficient stock calves on offer to establish a market. Good leeder steers ADO pounds and up 4351.40. Hugs f.o.b. Calgary to 11 a.m. average base price 47.80. Hog pricas EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to n a.m. Monday provided by the Alberla Hog Producers Marketing board with Friday's average in brackets;    ■ Edmonton: 47.80 ( 47.51). Red Deer: 17.85 < 47.781. Calgary: 47.80 147.501. Lethbridge: Nil (17.75). Total hogs sold Friday 925. average 47 111. Sows average 31.30. VANCOUVER (CP) - Prices were up In lijtfat trading at the close of the Vancouver Stock Eichange Friday. Volume was 2,«}1,0S. In the indusirials. Bank of British Columbia trust luiits wet« up .12^ at (13.25 on G,3S0. Alcan-B was at t2.4S on 5,200 shares. Four seasons was at .82 on 4.800 shares, lonarc was up ,05 at .(0 M .3,540 shares. Computrex was up .01 at ,45. Grouse Mountain was up .05 at *1.80. In the mines, Northair was down .06 at tl.43 on 217,200 shares. Northair warrants were down .06 at .15 on 105,300 shares. Let mac Mines was down .02 at .30 on 71,500 shares. Consolidated Standard was down one-^uarter of a cent at .08ii on 88.000 shares. Kelco Valley was up .liVi at .OiV*. Green Eagle was down .01 at -19. in the oils. Trans Canada Resources was up -04 at 11.82 on 29,900 shares. Princess was up .01 at .27 on 23,000 shares. Vargas was unchanged at ll on 17.500 shares. Chapparal was unehan*-ed at .11 on 14.000. August Petroleum was up .02 at .83. Stampede was unchanged at .8*. NEW YORK (-4PJ - Stock prices were lower today as the glamors look a heavy beating in what brokers said were uncertainties over the state of the economy. The l>ow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was down 7.08 to . 873.15. while declining issues held a slight edge over gainers. The Dow bluc-chip indicator had moved up more than 3Z points last weel:. Ijrry Wachtel of Bache and Co. said pending legislation limiting the amount of stocks institutions can dwn in any single company was helping to depress the glamors since many io-stitutioiial portfolios are heavily laden with such issues.    . On the American exchange. Great Basin Petroleum, down ‘n to|3H. wai the volume leader. Tile Am» market-value index was up 0.36 at 95.85. The NY^E volume leader was CNA Financial Corp.. unchanged, at tS. foilowed by Kresge. up % u> 131^»; Sphering Plough, down 1'% to ♦*3'-»; and Eastman Kodak, down to The NYSE broad-based index of some 1.500 common stocks was down ,54 to 52.34. Among the glamors. Polaroid was down 1% to (65^; McDonald's, off 2’* to »SO“/«: and IBM. down 5'ii to$2251^. Among Canadians on the New York exchange. Dome Mines gained 11*« to $171, Mcfntvre3‘2 to $82. International Nickel Pk to »36^1. and Canadian Pacific to ílT^^ii. Hudson's Bay declined 4 to (ig“-!. Massey-Fergu'son 'í to 117''«. and Alcan I» to *40'-1. On the American exchange, Braseau gained ’2 to il7‘i and Scurry Rainbow dropped 'n to *23'», Matals LONDON (API ~ Closing mewU bid-ask in pounds sterling a metric ton; silver in pence a troy ounce: Copper-Spot 919-921; futures 897-8»» Tin-spol 2.745-2.750; futures 2,645-2.(>55 Lead-spot 254-255; futures 257.5-258 Zinc—spot 532-531; futures 528-530 Silver—spot 146.9-147.1; 3 months 152.2-152.3 BOniS ÊVANOFF Dustbane Products announce the appointement of iWr. Boris Evanolf as Technicr.! service Representative-Southern Alberta. Mr. Evanoti v>iii assume trte position immediately and will 1» located in Lethbndae. He loms our company following approximately 12 years Ol related service m Itie industrial and institutional maintenance fields. Tnis ^ac^<9round will enable bim to be ol immediate assistance to our present and future customers in the district. ISew York (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr. TiiT    61.12'A    WOOIwOrth    18.«2'A Ariacond*    ie.62'/4    Westingnouse Elec.    2S.61'A Beth. Steel    34.00    U.S. Steel Chrysler    14.62’/!    Gen. Tel- Eiec-    26.62« Cornsat    3&.e7W    TORONTO AVERAGES Dupont    167,25    20 Industrials 217,47 up .61 General iWotorS    46.*7';»    sO Gold* 490-4S up 39.S0 Gulf    24.67'/!    TO 6ase Metals 101.53 up 1.25 Int. Harvester .    27.25    15 Western Oils 262.10 up 4.13 Kerin. Copper    47 00    volume 2.419.000 Montooitwty Ward 20.24 NEW YOWK AVERAGES ^ Sears 83.3720 Industrials «75.23 dowrt 4-9« E**on    97-25    20 Rail* 197.S0 down 3.5S Tenas Gulf    35,12% 15 Utilities 96.00 up .54 Texas Co.    32 tZ’-i 65 Stocks 2*0.11 ijown 2.01 Wix Corp6ration    14,00    Volume 1,187,000 Curranelas MONTREAL (CPI - Monday's midday foreign exchange nominal selling rates supplied by the Bank of Montreal: Australia dollar 1.19 , Bermuda dollar I.IB China renminbi .5000 Denmark kroner .1000 France franc financial .2010 Germany mark .3635 Italy lira commercial .001615 Japan yen .003500 Mexico peso .0(105 Spain peseta .0178 Switzerland franc .3040 United States dollar .S955 United Kingdom pound 2..10 U.S.S.R. ruble 1.3395 Quotations in Canadian funds Gold futuras WINNIPEG (CPI - C.old futures. U ,S. funds, Winnipeg Commodity En-rhange close Friday. ■Ian 71 - 119 60B: Apr 74 - 121.60B: ■liv 7J - 129 50; Oct 74 - 133 lOA; .Ian 75 - 137 lOB Thiirsdav's volume: 2211 contracts Baaf futuras WINNIPEG iCP) - Live beef futures close Fridav. ,Ian — 19.25A: Mar - 51.50A. May -51.60. ,lly - S-rfiOE.    • Thursday's volume: 10 contracts. Dollar valua MONTRF,AL (CP) - U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Monday was down 3-50 al »0.99 d-25. Pound sterling was down 5 7-25 al C 2019-25. In New Vork. the Canadian dollar was up 3-50 at »1.00 19-25. Pound sterling wi.s *wn 5 9-50 al tJ.ia »-20. CAREER WANTED YWCA RESIDENT SUPERVISOR Responsible adutt interested in working witti people. SALARY NEGOTIABLE! PHONE 327-8221 or 327-2284 ASSISTANT MANAGER IMORTGAGES and FINANCE Rapid expansion of both Consumer Loan and Mortgage Divisions of the Niagara Companies has created immediate openings tor the position of Assistant fi/lanager In Calgary and Lethbridge, Some prior bualneas experience required, preferably In the banking, finance, mortgage of sales fields. Saiarjf range $7,000-$10,000. Apply In tlricl contldtne* lo: Mr. R*M. BOND, P«rsonn«l D«p«rtm*nt, Niagara Financ« Company Limited 816-4th Av*. S., Lethbridge, Alberta - (Teiaphone 328-7714} DISPATCHING THEPEnSON: Experienced in inventory control and dispatching who wants employment with stability and future growth potential. A self starter is needed who desires challenge and exciting future with a growth company, THE JOB: Inventory control and dispatching Of Behlen-Wickes prefabricated steel buildings. Related duties assigned as required. SEND PERSONAL RESUIWE OR PHONE FOR INTERVIEW behlen wickes BUILDING SYSTEMS Box 1202 3516 24th Av*. South LETHBRIDGE, Alberts Attention: Don Thurlow OVERSEAS SEISMIC OBSERVERS Experienced DFS*3, DFS-4, and Sum-it Operators International Personnel Manager wilt be in Calgary to interview experienced seismic observers for Imnned-iate contract committments in South America and Africa. Personal interviews to be conducted January 11 and 12, at 303 Forge Road S.E., Calgary Call or write In advance for application and/or appointment. Pttty-Riy fiMpkytical, Im M3 For«* Head t.t., Calganr Tataohona 40t/»3.tai1_ ;