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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta The broker, of course Widow's best friend VANCOUVER con- act with tlicir husband s stocn- it's such a simple mat- er for a broker to encourage a voman's interest. Once the idea s suggested, then both men and women become very receptive. Mrs Cooper, who has been in the investment business since MB, was the first woman in Canada to get an American lic- ence, allowing her to trade on the New York, American and Asocialed stock exchanges. he stock market have some in vesting idiosyncracics. "They have more biases than men. If they had a lemon of a car 15 years ago, they still won't touch that particular car manufacturer's stock today. "Or U a woman doesn't drink at all, she wouldn't look at a brewery or distillery stock Women are much more positive this way than men." Women like to invest in com panics with which they can re- late. "They'll buy stock m a com pany whose products they ca TVwuiM ho linnnv wii p also buy. They'd be happy wii equity in a company whio isouiai-cu She says women who enter e makes appliances if they coul then buy some of the appli ances, for example. "Investment to a woman is very personal thing." Pours cold water on Ulster plan (AP) Prime I there will bs a united Ireland EELFASI i Af .....____ n. i-mnhasized the determi _ Sa.u.doy, Nov.mb.r TKS IHHMIDOI 23 Beards out, mustaches ire CALGARY are it but mustaches are in. That's the ruling from the oard of Police Commission- n who decided Friday that le locks of city police need to regulated. They've inserted a new sub- ection, entitled Hair, in the po- ce administration manual. It says hair will be kept hort and trimmed closely on he back and sides. Mustaches will be allowed to continue pro- ving they are "kept a reason- jble size and in no event will bey IK larger than the width of Jie lip." The ruling said sideburns will "not be worn below the bottom edge of the tragus, the fleshy protrusion which partly extend; over the opening of the ear." No information was availabld regarding penalties for infrac lions of Die regulations. SJierM'ood Park collision fatal EDMONTON (CP) Stew- art Arnold Van Petten, 23, of Ardrocan died following a head-on collision between his car and a truck, five miles east of Sherwood Park. (France) M lilHybl'A3 1 J Minister Brian Faulkner poured cold water today, on former British prime minister Harold Wilson's plan for peace m em- battled Northern Ireland. In a statement Faulkner dis- missed the basic pofflt of son's proposals: That one oay Common sense people wear HMPilTE LENSES The Common Sense Lens m tome localities hard resin are Lewi Whyl They're shatterproof, They're only half the weight of ordinary lenses. They're backed by a warranty against eye injury. They're available in YOUR prescription. So who needs a tew? Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglassei Magnifier! Repair! Children1! Framel Reasonable Price! OPTICAL FRfSCRIPTION CO. 308_7th. LETHBBIOGe Phone 3609 Royal Trust give you a guaranteed income. per annum Guaranteed on 5 year deposits Member, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation WHEN THE HOSTS THANK THE GUESTS-The Charles F. Corrigans of Chicago look on as a blood donor prepares to give blood the price of a dinner the Comgans host Lmi-annually. The Carrigans and their four sons, plus two grandchildren, are hemo- philiacs, necessitating an annual donation of pints of Wood The Mm.-annuald.n. ner parties are the Ccrrigans' thank, to the 250-plu, relatives friends and neighbors who donate the gifl of life to the family.________________________________________ INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS He emphasized the determina- tiori of Northern Ireland's Prot- estant majority, encompassed in his Unionist party, to remain an integral part of the United Kingdom and not to become a minority in a mainly-Roman Catholic independent republic. From his office at Stormont Castle in Belfast, Faulkner said: "First, as matter of fact, the majority of people in Northern Ireland are deter- mined to remain citizens of the United Kingdom. "It is absolutely basic to my principles as a Unionist that the position of Northern Ireland must not be weakened in any way. "Secondly, as a matter of both common sense and justice, no fundamental change unac- ceptable to the majority can be made." Wilson, leader of Britain's op- position Labor party, unfolded before the London Parliament Thursday a radical scheme for a united Ireland as a starting point for talks to end the blood- shed here that has claimed 160 lives in 27 months. Wilson urged talks in London, Belfast and Dublin, capital of the south, to see if a conference on Ireland's future could be ar- ranged. If there was tripartite agreement, he suggested, a new constitution for the whole island could come into effect within 15 years from its signing. Farm costs take leap in decade OTTAWA (Ci Statistics j Canada has issued a new kind of price index, covering com- modities and services bought by farmers for their farming oper- ations. On the basis of 1961 prices equalling 100, the index for the third quarter of 1971 was 135.0, showing an increase in farm costs of 35.9 per cent in the 10 years. The new farm input price index for Eastern Canada was 136.2 and for Western Canada it was 135.6. The new Index replaces the old Dominion Bureau of Statis- tics price index of commodities and services used by farmers, based on 1935-39 prices equal- ling 100. It was discontinued early this year because it was outdated and covered the field inadequately. Nixon, Heatli meeting set SAN CLEMENT, Calif. (Reu- ter) President Nixon is to confer with British Prime Min- ister Edward Heath in Bermuda Dec. 20 and 21, it was an- nounced Friday. Their talks on international problems will take place six days after Nixon concludes two days of meetings with French President Georges Pompidou in the Azores Dec. 13 and 14. Brothers die ivithin hour MISSISSAUGA. Ont. (CP) Funeral services were held Friday for two Missis- sauga brothers who died within an hour of each other earlier this week. John E. Smythe, 43, prin- cipal of a public school m this ronto, died Tuesday of a cerebral hemorrhage. His brother, Roland, 40, suffered a heart attack when told of John's death. He died within an hour his brother's death. They are survived by their wives and a total of six children. Diamonds vanish ANTWERP (Reuter) consignment of diamonds worth more than disappeared from an airliner bound for New York from Antwerp earlier thi. month, Belgian police reportei here. WHAT IS POTASH? The term potash is applied 1 most commercially used com pounds of the element pota: sium. USED TRAILER SALE KITCHENS, WASHCAR5, DINERS, OFFICES, BUNKHOUSES, WELLSITES Contact Salei Department Ateo (Western) Ltd. 51 IS Crowchild Trail CALGARY 242-1101 Royal Trust 740 4th Ave. Soufh, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE LETHBRIDGE STORE Thurs., Dee. 2nd a.m. to p.m. DIRECTOR OF NURSING Applications ore invited for the position of Directory! Nursing of the Fernie Memorial Hospital. Tim thriving community locoted in the East Kootenay, has been granted approval for o new 66 bed hospitol la replace the existing 43 bed unit. Construction i. scheduled to begin in the Sum. m8f In' a'd'Jirion to th. nursing administration function, nor- molly associated with such a position, the successful appl, cant will be directly involved in the pfenning of the new f0e" Thi's is an exciting and challenging position for a well- qualified individual with previous experience. q Standard fringe benefit! for the field apply, and salary will be commensurate with qualification, and experience. Submit complete resume in confidence to. MR. R. C. W1U1AMS Adminiitrntor Memorial Hospital P.O. Box 670 Fernie, B.C. Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH tiptren Gome to work for Alberta Your Opportunity Is Here ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT EDMONTON Ihh I- a unique and challenging opportunity which ,11 afford the successful candidate a ch" to gain valuable! administrative experience a, well a, an ,t into the .eneor levels of public administration. Dv-lie- de assisting In th. collection and dissemination at Mion, co-ordinatien of committee projects, and ensuring I jlementation of policy de- cisions Preference v. ,11 be given to applicant with University training in low, political science, public admin- Istration several year! responsible administrative ex- perience. Salary I, negotiable. Competition o. 0000-1. Clos- ing date December 10, 1971. Information and application form! from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Personnel Administration Room 500 Terrace Building 96 Avenue nnd 106 Street You and your domestic "power hour" Look at the difference 20 years made to the cost of a "light year" by MR. H. W. MATHE5ON CERTIFIED HEARING AID AUDIOIOGIST Today wo hnvo tevorted to o li Inr situalion O in hnnrina. Manufactured by Unitron of Canada. EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Lethbridga DECEMBER 2nd 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Member of Notional Hearing Aid Society Member of Alberta Hcoring Aid Dealers' Association THEN: Thatoldlsmp was a beauty. IU.heavy shade and frills didn'.t let it shed much but it suited the decor of yesteryear. It strained your eyes and pained your neck as you read undents low light for o power cost of Form follows function. And the func- tion is beautiful: light to brighten an entire room. Yourevenings at home are brightened in 1971 for low power cost of month. a month. Despite continually increasing costs, the price of electricity is far less than 2C CALGARY POWER ;