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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Market lower TOHONTO (CP) Induslrial issues crept fractionally higher wliilc prices ill most oilier sec- tors of the Toronlo stock market dropped lower in tnodcmle mid-morning Iradiiif' today. 'Ilie indusdinl index was up .01 to 201.77. Golds were off .11 to 4.73, hasfi inclals lo Oij.M and veslern oils 21 to by 11 a.m. was 041, fioo Canadian Arena Co. 4 lo II ml son Ray Mining and Sinc'JIijjg fell Argus Corp. "i to SH'i, I'elrofina Can- ada to and Ilrpxl Data Systems lo Sisia. 1'RICES H'AVKIt NEW YORK (AIO Prices wavered in fnirly active IradinR Inlay, showing some sign of firmness after an early weak- Miscellaneous quotations ,Farm prices Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal _________Tundov, April 11. 1972 THE lETHDRICGE HE-RAID 17 DEATH by Dohrrly, McCiinig Limited) LAST HID Oil SAU3 (II. PD m. Ou les) CJu a.r WESTERN OILS Almlnex 5 M Alia East Gas 7.Jo 31 Ashland Oil G O'l and Gas 5 is Cdn Sauln Cdn r. xpcrt GJS Cdn Home Cdn Ind G and C Cc-'n SupTior Ung li Chider Chic-Man Uanw Prle Gl Plains Gl CiTn Oil Lochlel F.plo N Cdn Oil Numa: Pancanadiin P Huiky OJ D P'd JD CO N W Fin HuiXy Oil War O 5 60 N VJ Gr Inlcr Prov P Wis U 37V; Principal infer Prov 5 anj p 9 ?i Kaiser Res 3 ?i MGT rAanaqe 370 Pacific Pcle 33 37" Hairier 7.10 3 M 7.65 9 13Vj Tclcdync .n.lJli W Cdn Si 10.50 36 31 6 55 M 00 IS JS We! J ;s .02 S7 TCi Unikd Universal Vanrju.in Cmn Vcm 1.1 VANCOUVER MINES 5.07 3.57 ft.41 7.01 501 S i3 t.a A i? 1 n? 7.7ft 55? 614 a.n B PJ ,1 IB 1MI 8.32 AMtn Annie Arctic Wining Atlas Balh Norse Brendfi ftryrcn Churchill Copper Croydei shares, compared wilh Advances were running mod- al Iho same lime Monday. walelv ahead ol declines on the Chemical, general manufac- turing, oil refining, trust and lo.in and utility issues edged fractionally lower white bank- ing, bcvci-agc, pipeline and real cslate issues moved higher Pacific I'etii down to Royal Trust to Canron 3a Lo ?20'a, Hudson Bay Mining lo Inco (o and Ranger li to Montreal Trust fell 1i to Slfl, Cassiar 'z to Alberta East- ern Gas 10 cents to S7.25, Al- Coma Central lo MaLtagami 'H In JtfGV Scolt-s Restaurants rose to Group A ''i to sn'j. Home Oil A lo New York Stock Exchange. The noon .femes average of 30 industrial issues was up .15 lo Among Canadians, Mclntyre Porcupine declined I12 to antl Hudson's Day Mining was off to Distillers vSea- prains advanced to while Mean at and Grnnby Alin- ing al both were up V.i. Uii llic American Slock Ex- change, Canadian Marconi ad- and vnnccd ]s lo and Brascan i Ltd. declined to Amex prices included VLN Corp., up- lo Sll'.i; Viewlcx, up lo Ilomcbuilders tt. iMhlehem >s to and Pan OCC.TII '.s (o HANKS Ul> MONTREAL fCPi Industri- als and the composite slumped while utilities, banks and papers rose higher in heavier monunR i tr.iclinp on the Montreal stock! market loday. i On inrlox. industrials were ol( .HI Lo 205.Rfl ard the, composite' .07 to Utilities wc-re up .04 lo banks 1.43 to 2Gfl.30 ;nid papers .22 lo JJ3.G-I. j Combined volume on (lip Montreal and Canadian slock rxch angcs at 11 a.m. Tuesday shares, compared at the same lima Monday. 1'Yeiman Ltd. was up lo S1135, Denisoii Minrs lz lo Barque d'Epargne 'i to and up 1 to Sll-.s; Teleprompler, ahead ]i lo Asaxcra Oil, and Champion ahead 2' i lo SeiUns 960 Tolal Pels 3S Ulsicr 1 35 Dccalta M Pele 9 51 MISC. INDUSTRIALS S-E7" Pld 3? SO PM 3i 75 v 74 35 PIPELINE STOCKS Alia Giii Tr L A AJIj Gas Tr L Pld 75 DO Ddly Varden Alia Mat Gas 71 35 Dynasty Inland rill Gai Cquilorlal M anij C Gas U Reliance f. antl C G D Pld 3B 37Va Gianl Mascol Pacific Gas Tr 1' n Granule Gar Mefro d.OO l-tur.cx Gii iV.eiro Pld A Lyllon Minerals Tr Cdn P J? U'i Primer Tr Con P Pfd B -'C> 25 pyramid Tr Cdn P Pld A Silver btandarrt Cdn P War 13 JO Texrnont Cdn Rre Cdn Brc Cdn Pac WC AH Ctfn Divid 100 45 95 1.10 5.10 B.7S 9.65 1.90 .S3 needed, justified-Olson OTTAWA (CP) Farm ers and government must face together the loiiflh task of con- vincing Canadians Uiat in-' croascs in farm re- flected in higher food costs, are' justified, says Agri- cultural Minister IL A, Olson. Replying lo the annual brief to (he cabinet by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, Mr. Olson agreed wilh the need to deal with lhc problem of rising farm costs without correspond- ing price increases for farmj "slartlinj; and tlnmaping intens- goods, ilv" of rising costs wilhoul Although there hcvc been im branches Find affiliated (lie real beneficiaries of in- HKKVKIt Sr., of Ililk'i'csl, passed awiiy in lliu C'l'ov.siiC'sl I'iw an Monday, April 1072, al aye 70 years. He was horn in ICn- Rlaiul, S'cbiuaiy 1WJ and came lo in lito'i, st'tthnii in inHcrcst. (12 resided wiu-e lie ein- work to'creased food price's. Such fig- plwctl in lhc Uellcvut' find Hill- explain llic nccU for higher fowl] iircswowhl "jusliry and head off crcsl mines until jni'l ho costs. unwarrmilcU criticism" of Corked for the Dcpaii- Mr. Olson was one of 10 ineiu-] tlior increases. liers of (ho cahitict, including I'rime Minister at Hie yearly meeting. Tn a a coJIrclion of resolutions parsed at Hie ledcration's ati- mcnt of for 12 yours. He retired in He was member of I h c Justice Minister Olio Lang, minister responsible for the nadian wheat board, told the 'Moose No. Kr, and Ihc lhal lie intends to re-in- troduce his plan lo stabilize in .All Con Jl! Valley Copper fi.40 VJC Hes 07 9 6i INDUSTRIALS 11 M rVrck Ercs 3 M J 58 B.C, Sugar 3000 provements in prices recently, most of sho rresl, Leonard and prices. The federation called for i-75 7.33 B.C. Crowine-.! Ind aa.M AGF Special 361 Cap! Inter A 403 Cdn Ui F j.ai 5.i2 CrestbrctV B 4.M Ccl f.VjIual 7.01 7.70 Hys 3.00 Faiccnbrirfge C 13.12V? U.51 1J.D5 In'erlor Brew C.75 G "HI tar 15.SQ Crrn.v Lev 3 7J (rrer Mariner .7i Home Oil A 31.25 Corp ft.U 673 Key Indus! -44 Home Oil B 3225 Ccrp In S! F 433 5.B3 Pacific Atr 18.00 Hud Co 16 Drcylui F U.S. 13.CO 15.12 (nlf Res 1.31 Hud Bay Oil DO Gr Eqully 7.4B B 13 OILS Hud Say Oil Pfd 5250 Invoit Gr F 12.3J 13.M AILany Oil .13 Pfd 37.10 Invcsl Mutual 5.66 5 41 Plains Pele .17 l-tusky Oil Nal Res ;.34 a.tw Explcr -H Toronto mines, industrials larare Eas! tail Suliiva Falconbridyi Frcfco; Firsl Gisnl Y..K Gl Cdn Majors i Gl Lakes Pan 1.17 Gulf Oil Cda .30 Greyhound U Hanker Sid E.13 Huron, Frle Hiram Wdlfc Imperial Oil Irr.osca inl Nickel Inl Pipe Jnv CD A Inl Utilities Indusl Accent Laurenl'de Kelly Doug A Lcrn Loilav; A Stores 17.35 74.00 0( 5.17 13.75 IB 62V 3.D5 9.451- Ths governinent ajid the f cd- j tario Fedoralion of Agriculture. Board act thai would M'hich represents most said more statistics arc needed farmers through provincial lo show Ifint farmers are y may be among next advances increase to farmers niisust? the quota syslem of selling grain Kinance Minister John Turner a s s r c d rnembeis that he would f.o prepared to amend the new income tax laws C r o w s 11 e s t I'ass marling donations "In riK'inory d Leonard Ik'tvcr." KAN'TIN' CIIAI'ICLS is in clir.i'EC. CARDS OF THANKS DKIMITH I would like I aiijuiiu uit nuw iiLL-ijiuu rlnflors illKl IliP IHtl'S- if they are slmii to nn.iustifia- j. or pjcturo Hulle 11ns- bly work against farm laxpay- Carc. By IAN PORTER Canadian Press Labor Wrilcr OTTAWA (CP) hut hmding arbitration may he among the next significant ad- vances in industrial relations in Canada, Labor Minister Martin O'Connell said Monday. Acceptance of the principle by I i unions and managements, the 1 minister said, be a par- hitration, have not shown jnuch success. Such an oxporhnent in Szskal- died with the di-fmU last year of a Liberal govcrnmctit by Iho New Democratic Party, he said. NOTES MEANY's VIKW lie noted, however, that U.S. lahor leader Gcoi'gc Mcany pro- posed in a recL-nt interview that committee made up ol members of revenue and the agriculture, {in Alice depart- nienls lias been set up to was very ativioo (o (ax officials on how) A special thank you lo rcla- livt's and frictids visits, cards, flowers, gUvs ami tor Iho to our home. Your much Headway R.L. Hollingcr Huai.cn Bay MS Hydra fcx. Ircn Bay Jolcef Quetec Kerr Addiscn Key Anaccn Lacrador LaXe Shore .W.i .70 760 3.10 J 21 F. Ul Jo.CO 1 i 00 Moore 11.25 Mo.'ior f-. frs-i wolsci n 00 Kcrlh Cent wtr Corp ice Co Silvi tErn Wloqul Wcsl Hom Norshgate C.'.VN. GdS Crin IriiulT i Cdn fdn. H. Gai Dnm Texl DDrn Sipri Don-.e Pfif Al 'D Roll- li.DT St. Corp Slicll COA JO 03 Simpson'5 Simp Sears 7.CT Sieel o( Can 7.R7''- Selkirk A 5.37i j Texaco ?.3T irgdprs Gp A '5 371] Trans Pp 1.10 Can Pp r Union Gas 22., '0 2T..75 1375 e.c: 17. ;o 21 -CO 76 CO J3.75 J7..00 ft TO Uni 11.75 37 00 :725 12 Oil Wf steel Union Car Welon'i O V.'ccdward's A CdT Sd Zcn.lh rvr DAS'KS answer lo a public demajidl more workers may come to ac- for more sophisticated means of: cepL voluntary arbilralion as a resolving labor disputes than I means of Fettling disputes with1 strikes and lockouts. management. the new tax laws work "down on the farm." Roland Pigeon, vice-prcsidonl ol tli2 federation, criticized gov- ernment mclliorJs of selling dairy policy and subsidies cm a yearly basis. IL takes three years lo bring c.n animal into ion. Mr, Pigeon said, ,s difficult for farmers lo adapt quickly to changes in pol- He toM (he annual meeting of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy that recent ct- lorls to enforce compulsory ar- Volunlary arbitration is a fen-! lurn of collective bargaining in1 replied Innl n set. the federal public service, Mr. Icrg-lcrm Jcvel of subsides duos pincc' nol guarantee boiler dairy O'Cotiuell said. In effccl since 5' Tllcre is ;i New York stocks (Supplied Ily Ricliardson Securities of Canada) IE 75 S1d Oil of N J. 70 E U.S. Slcel TORONTO 2Q Gold? 174 63 off -21 10 Base fAel M.31 ol( .36 IS W OK? 226 57 up .H I NEW YORK AVERAGES IrdwLt 95E ?3 up 15 ID RdTIs 275.11 up QJ 15 Uiiliiies 117 0? up .19 up -13 TOLOGISTSAYS ITCAN BE DONE WITH ORDINARY TABLE SALT. RUBBING IN THE SALT WITH A STERJLE GAUZE PAD CAUSES BLOOD TO THE PIGMENT Comcove ad company report Lefhbridge Livesfock Calgary livestock Monday's salpR hogs. All CALGARY (CP) Tucs- TOKONTO (CP) Conicorc C1assof> wcaner nnd feeder day's inodorate receipts lo II Coinnumicalions I.lri. of Toronto I met very demand. .said ictby it lias 1 Wcniicrs sold S2 or more pel- Grant Advci-tisins Inc. of Chi- I-ifjlil fenders un- eago vvliicli operates BG offices in including three in fnnndn. Conicore said the purchase der 100 !bs. ?l to 2 liigher. Heavy feeders over JOO Ibs. strong lo 51 nigher. Wcanors: C :30 to I7.nfl: fecrici'S un- der 100 Ibs. 17 lei heavy a.m. nl Uie Calgary pulllic dockyards of head vvcr mostly slaughter steers. Trade Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (Cf) There was better action in feed grains, particularly ami rye, at midsession of the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange today. Shipper and exporter buying nf wheat hoard hedges in bar- ley tent prices fractionally i higher. Prices were fractional- ly lower in rye which sold off on commission house liquida- tion in the May future- Oilseeds were fractionally lo two two cents loner on a mod- erate trade. Volume of trade Monday in- cluded bushels of flax, of rye and of rapesced. Mid-session prices Flax: May lover July unchanged 2.87-11, CM. 'i higher Nov. higher 12.33- I Vancouver: June nol open, Sopl. lli lower 2.71 Nov. 1 loiver 2.89, Jan. not open. Rapeseed Thunder Day: May 2'i lower July loiver Ocl. 'j lower 2.GZ, Nov. not oncn. Oats: May unchanged 66'i, July unchanged 6M8, Ocl. un- 1957, it is proving to lie a valua- We experimcul. he added. ancc" between the penslmlilc Compulsory arbitration in ct- suPPllcs products and feet denies unions the lo demand and the government mllst be sensitive to this vvhor ll strike by rcquirinp them lo mit llieir u'ith agemeiits to the final derision ol a third party. Voluntary arbitration, v.lnle it binds labor and management lo accept a third -parly ruling, eaves open the chance for im- lion, llml Canada produce farm ons lo resort lo a strike al the o o d s for international aid, nexl bargaining round if Hie] rather than simply hope for sur- workers feel arbitration has pluses Uiat can be channelled worked against Iheir interests, into aid programs. David GUIcspie, C om c o re i30i50 to 3G.73. All prices per presirienl. said the acquisilion i ]jlghl undL-r ifW will give Canada "Us first C'ana- rrom Io 23.50 ppr dinn-controllcd advertising-mar- Hoavy feeders kcIinR-conimunicalions orpnni- OVD1. 2f> lo 2-> 75 per hmi- zaliou with bold U.S. and world- Donrs 613 lo sfi per active. Slaughter steers sold slcndy .stccr.s pounds being discounted 25 cenLs. Ilcifcrs scarce selling steady. Cows mainly medium and eanncr kinds all grades of cows belling on a fully steady basis. Dulls slcaciy. Choice steers 34.75 to 35.50; good to 3-1.75; medium 32.50 to 33.50. Choice heitc.'S lo tfood 32.50 lo 33.SO: medium 29 lo 32. Good I changed 70. Barley: May U J.OJiyj; July Vs higher Ocl. higher Kye: May !j lower July tower Oct. lower i.O-i. Grain quotes Monday (basis High Low Close Flax Hay 2fl2 292 Turchnsc price no closed. head. IJtilehor hogs sold Mon- j cows 27 lo 2K; medium 25 to 27; dis day at Hie I.etlibridge yards c.-mnrrs and cutler's 21 lo 24.50. 27.65 IKISC price. (NO AGENTS PLEASE) Price Jvn MORTGAGE CAN BE OBTAINED 1780 >q. fl. Toxei f 55 AHachccI garage Newly decorated New roof 9 Developed hatemcnl Rumpus Room Bedroom Bnrhroom 2 lorge bedrooms and 13' I (wall lo will) Large living room i 13' large dining room Good hulls 27.50 Lo 29, Replacement callle scarce prar.tically all steers in the heavier weight rajige sell- ing steady. There no stock calves on offer early. Good feeder steers over 750 i pounds to 36. Jlogs hasc price 27.S5. Nov 2831Z 201 Ilapcsccil Vancouver June 2735 a 277 270 E x I c r n a 1 Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp agreed wilh a sugpestion by Dax-id Kirk, exec- titive secretary of the Pal DeimutV., Turin. McCllAE 1 would like to iliank all 'lie doctors awl mirscs of the 1CU and First Enst for rare pivcn me while in St. Michael's Hospital. Thanks lo iny friends and rclolivcs for visits, rards, pills and flownrs. -Charlotte (Dolly) JlcCrac. BFA'ANS We wish lo ex- pvess our sincere thanks to al! our dear friends, neiglihors and relatives, for their many acts of kindness, floral Inbuk-s, memo rial contributions and messages of sympathy during our bereavement in lhc IOFS of our beloved u'ite and mother. Special thanks to our doc- tor, members and si: the Cnrdslou Municipal Hospi- tal whose care and encourage- ment helped ease her lenplliy and our I3ovans and family. of IN MEMORIAMS Ho. Scp 276 271 Nov 263 Jan 266li Thunder Bay May 270'i 274 '273 Jly 269'i 1W, I Oct 262'-! I Nov 258 dais I May 6! Jly Ocl. Uarlrv May IM Jly Ocl 70 .May Jly Ocl 111) IDS! lltl 103': 1011- 101 101' All main fleori hardwood Priced low for quick lals Address: 1505 13lh Street South Phono 327-BOO) before 10 p.m. Front ond back itepi Tiled nalio Large 61' 1 25' lot Avcr- i afic pricc.s to H a.m. by Ihu Allicrln Hog Producers Marketing Board: Kdmonlon: s v p. r a p c Monday 27.dO. Red Deer: 27.65, average j Monday 27.M. Calgary: 27.55, average Monday 27.59. I.etlihrinfic: Nil. average Monday 27.65. Uoydminslcr: Nil, Average i Monday 27.41. I Grande Prnirio: Nil, average WINNIPEG hccf Monrfny 2i5.GO. futures Monday. Tolal sold tol a 1 May M.07A; Jly 33.75B; hogs sold Monday aver- Scp 32.20B. j ago 27.73. Friday's volume: Two con- Sows average 20.15. tracts. I Beef fiilnrcs The Governmenl of the Provincn of Alberta has recently established the Bureau of Public Affairs under fhe Execulive Council, Edmonton. Tile Bjreau has an im- mediale requirement for a Director of Public Relations and a DirecJor of Advertising, delails of which arc ai DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS The successful applicant will bo responsible to I lie Managing Di reel or for the dlruclion or co-ordination and supervision of public relations programs iniliated by all Dcporimenls of the Governmenl of Alberta and ils Crown Boards and Agencies and addilionally will provide direction to and cc-ordinalion of ihe services of the Protocol seclion of Ihe Bureau. A university degree in a rela'cd field plus accreditalion in the Canadian Public Relations Society is desirable, however, consider- ation be given to those candidates possessing Senior Malriculalion supplemented by related courses and extensive communicalions experience in all fcrms of public relations media at the manage rial level. Special achievemenls in iho public relolions and com- municalions field should be noled. Compelilion No. 0107-2. DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISING The successful opplicanl will bo responsible to the Managing Director fcr the direction or co-ordination and supervision of advertising programs initiated by all Departments of the Govfirnenl of AlbcMn and Us Crown Beards and Agencies and additionally provide direction to ond of the services of the Film ond Phntograplvc and Publications sections of ihe Bureau. A university degree plus accreditation in fhe Canadian Public Relations Sociely is desirable, however, consideration will be given to I hose candidates pos- sessing Senior Molriculaiion supplemented by related courses and extensive experience in the use of oil (ormi of advertising media al ihe managerial level. Special achievemenls in the advertising and communications field should be noted. Applicants should also have an extensive knowledge of 'He adverfising agencies in Alberta and their copabililics. Competition No. 0107-1, A p pi f cations for above compel! lions must be De- ceived by Ihe closing dole, April 27, 1972. Please slate salary requirements, INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORMS FROM: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING 96 AVENUE A 106 STREET EDMONTON, AlBERTA IUTBKA In lovirg memory of a dear grandfather Alex, ivlw passed away April 11, 1970. but nol forpolU-n. Jco r.nd children. 9GOT In loving memory (if a dear motlipr and I Ei'tuKlmolhcr Maria Wojtowicz, who passed away April 11. U'69. Her memory is our greatest treasure In our hearts she will live forever. remembered by Carl, Colleen and Sheila. 9761 HYPJAK In loving mem- ory of n hrlovcd danglller n n d sister, O'sw Hy- piak, v.lio (xl away AIJI il The face we hived is miss- The voice w-o loved is still- ed. A is vacant in our That, never can hp fjlled. P'ver mom, cir.d and brolhcr 1IAKVKV In loving mem- cry of a dear Iroslxnd cud faih- er. How aid. who pnsscxl ay Ajjril ID, 1971. nsviT knew that mornirc, sciiTOW day uoulrl bring, The tlio shock scrori1, To lose tlw one we loved 50 dear, hit. smilo, hi.1: cheer- ful way, We mi5.s the Ihinps lw to say, Whc-n hippy days nft recall, Mien we him moM of all. by hi? Man, son Jim ar.'l Eileen. TV screens blank PARIS (Rculcr) Krenrh tolovision screens lil.ink Atonday niphl for the .tce- ond day as administrative and lechnical workers al the state owned sludio decided 10 exlond their slrike over pay and ing conditions. ;