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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta it r SIM: i Gold stocks dip; others post gain No discrimination MiMcBuneoiw quotations in It-promotion Vancouver, Cctgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohertj. RMdknit wit McCulf) LAST BID OR RALE (11 !M l.m. tuna) l.m. Quoin) i.m. Owtti) WIITIIN OILS TORONTO (CP) Gold wan edged fractionally lower wMla prices in most other major sectors d the Torori stock market moved higher i active mid-morning tradin today. The industrial Index wa ahead .SO to 192.46, base metals .21 to 63.42 end western oils 1.8 to 291.U. Golds dropped .82 to 160.57. Volume by 11 a.m. wa shares, compared with it the same time Mon day. Advances outnumbered de- clines 101 to S3 with 217 issues unchanged, Banking, beverage, merchan dking. pipeline, general tnanu factoring and chemical issues moved higher. Real estate, o refining, industrial mining an paper and forest stocks wer fractionally lower. Electrohocne was up Faloonbridge iVi to 9 Shaw Pipe V, to Shedritt V to J16, Pan Ocean Vt to an Texas Gull Sulphur to Scurry-Rainbow gained t TransCanada Pipelines to HOW, Seagrams V, to Oshawa A to ?13 and Dom Vt to Home Oil A dropped t Tara to Numac to fiSS, Inco Yi to Holllnger to ?MVi and Impe- rial Oil V> to LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Most sectors were up fractionally In light trading on the Montrea stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and exchanges Canadian stock 11 a.m. was Hy's earnings increased in 1971 VANCOUVER (CP) Hy'S of Canada Ltd., a Vancouver- based company that operates restaurants across Canada, reports net earnings of for 1971, up from 005 in 1770. The company has a branch in Lethbridgc, Alia. Ptr share earnings climbed to 24 cents from 13 cents. In come was up to million from million. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT Porrntrshlp Opportunity Applications are invited from recently groduoted Chartered Accountants, one to five ytKiri experience for a posi- tion in o medium size public accounting practice. Partner- ship available within one yfor. Direct replies to: COLLEAUX AND MILLS, Chartered Accountants, Tuber, Alberta shares, cotnpored with at the tune time Mon- dey. OE lAOJtiea'nne .M to 163.80, backs .08 to 441.46 and the composite .07 to 196.40. In- dustrials dipped .19 to 196.12 and papers '.24 to 84.50. Trans Canada PipeLJne rose 1% to Dome Petroleum IVt to and Can- ada 1 to International Utilities waa down to Denison Mines to and Imperial Oil to PRICES UP NEW YOHK (AP) Prices pushed upward today In active stock market trading. At noon the Dow Jones av- erage Of 30 inrhEtrial stocks was up among to 012.93. Among Canadians Mclntyre Porcupine gained 4 to Dis- OTTAWA (CP) Public service opportunities will be "more difficult of achievement' tor GoguBh-Caaadiao) under the govenunBot program to pro- mote bitingualisni. But C. M. Drury, treasury board president who handled public service matters, sayi the merit system stU! applies when promoters an considered Questioned on the CTV net- woric television Ques- tillers Seagrams was up to and Walker Gooderham up to f44U. Ataui was off at white loco also lost y, to Ot the American exchange, Scurry Rainbow 0 1 1 gained to Brascan Ltd. V, to and Canadian Javelin V, to Molybdenite Canada was off H at R'A. tion 'Mr. Drury said there la no discrtmmatlon In the sense of unfairness in the government's decision to in- crease bllingualism in the pub- lic service and, at Che same tune, to attract more French- Oanadiajis into the public ser- vice. Insofar y the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 23.39, average Monday 23.47. Red Deer: 23.35, average Aonday 23.60. Calgary: 23.25. a v e r a ge Monday 23.51. Lethbridge: No sales, aver- age Monday, 23.70. Lloydminster: No sales, av- erage Monday, 23.15. Grande Prairie: No verage Monday, 23.12. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 83, Monday average 23.49. Sows average 13.9S. SAFETY IN NUMBERS TEL AVTV (AP) Premier jolda Meir says that if Israel ad another million Jews in Hie country, "it might stop war be- cause the Arabs would be con- rinced that fighting does not pay." Addressing the congress f the World Hebrew Undon finday, she appealed to Jews affluent Western countries (o oin Soviet Jews in emigrating Israel. Inttrlcr Dltitl and Equipment Lid. 1171 Cranbraok Slrill Cronbrwk, Irlllih Columbia Mquirei JOURNtrMAN HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS Muil Cmirplllar and Dlmtl txptrleno. Good btneflli avallabli, Locend In heorl of Eoit Koolenoyi. Appllranti apply In wrltlnf u tht addriii or Phant Araa MlnM East Mfflarllc East Sullivan Falcon orisst Frnott First Marlllmei Glanl T.K. Bovls Granduc Headway R.L. Norlen l.m Oshkn .14 Pine Point M Placer Dev. 1.10 P. C. Exp. .11'A Quebec lfl.75 I.n Radlgre 1.67 Rio Algom 10.50 Roman Corp. 1.75 SherrllliSordon 1.11 SIMr Miller 1.79 Sleep Ruck 1.60 Tek Corp. .10 Texmont -ii Upper Llrati 7.70 Western Mines M Wrloht Hargream I.U 16.SO Wlllroy .04 windfall .10 .57 Yellowknlta 4.7S A0.75 Zinmac .07 rm INDUSTRItLS Abffmi 36.00 34.00 .60 .13 7.51 .94 1600 6.60 n.m .06 i.m .a 1.43 3.10 .70 2-65 .41 .60 7.M 4.60 1.50 35.HO Hudson Bay MS 10.75 Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Iso Jollet Quebec Kerr Addlson Key Anicon Labrador Lake Shore Lnngls silver Medsen R.I.. Malartlc G.F. MBrlln McNeely Mldrlm Intern Atogul New West New New Calumet W. Horje copper Noranda Norlhtiite .20 3.20 1.30 .a l.n .a 31.75 2.45 .70 ,'lj 3 >Iaink from residents after he assumed management for (be trovincia] government last De- cember, following cancellation of the government's contract with Persona Care Ltd., pri- ate business. Raymond Holmes, director of he homes and Institutions branch, said innovations in- lude the formation of a griev- ance committee and the can- cellation of a policy requiring residents lo stay out of the ostel for a majority of day- ight hours. Beef futures WINNIPEG Lire beef futures close Monday. Jan. 35.35; Mar 34.30; May 33.40; Jly 32.50. Friday's volume: Pour con- tracts. NATIVE TO INDIA The cucumber ii nid to ham iguiated in India. IXTIUtlCII MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME F Personnel Administration Course The Deparlmenl of Extension, The University of Alberto, is accepting applications for the above 10 presented on the West Campus, Lethbridge. Instructor: Rolph Thrall, Jr. Duration and Time; 17 Monday evenings, commencing January 17, 1972, 7-10 p.m. Fee: inclusive of textbooks and For Further Information, Certificali Deportment of Extension, The University of Alberta, Edmonton. WORLD OF SHOES BALANCE OP WINTER BOOTS 20% NOW A SELECTION OF SHOES Broken linn and tiiet. Reg. to 25.00, NOW....... SPECIAL SELECTION OF Winter Fashion Boots NOW BALANCE OF HANDBAGS 20% HAPPY NEW YEAR SALE CONTINUES SPECIAL SELECTION Of SUEDES-LEATHERS-COLORS PAIR SELECTION OF SHOES REDUCED TO SPECIAL SELECTION OF HANDBAGS NOW PRICE WORLD OF SHOES 317A 6th STREET SOUTH ;