Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Market lower TOHONTO (UP) Industrial issues crept fractJonaHy wliilc prices ill mosl oilier sec- tors of (lie Toronlo stock rnarkcl di'oppod lower in moderate niid-moLTiitig trading (oitay. llie industrial index was up to 201.77. Golds were off .11 Canadian Arena Co. 4 to S il in) son Hny Mining and Smelling fell S26. Arfius Corp. "i loSM'i, I'clrofina Can- ada to and Data Systems 'N lei I'ltlCKS WAVKIt NEW YORK (AP) Prices wavered in fairly active trading Inlay, showing some sign of firmness after an early s Farm prices increases Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied hy Dohrrly, McCuaig Limit oil) LAST 1111) OH SALIS (11.00 am, OuQles) a.m. CJuo'cj) a.rn. WESTERN OILS 5M Husky OJ 0 Pfd -'0 TO N W Fin HuiXy Oil War O 5 to N VJ Gr 21 Prov 5 anj P 9 ?i Aihlan'J Oil ami G Kaiser Res 3 9i 0 P Oil and Gas 535 MGT Manage 370 Cdn Sou In 7.15 Pad fie Pole 33 37' 3 CtJn t.Xpert Gdi 3 lo VicvvJcx, un l to Si uhcp.rl H lo lo SlS'-i. Homo Oil A :is lo Rcthlelieiu Js and Ocean Vs lo HANKS ITi' MONTREAL fCI'i Industri- als and the coniposile slumped while ulilities, banks and papers rose higlier in heavier monung i trading on the Montreal slock market loday. i On inrlcx. indusli'ials wore ol( .31 Lo ard the, composite i .07 to ZDUfi. Utililics tin j .04 lo 1G.1.47, banks 1.43 to 2GH 30 and .22 lo Combined volume on llio i Montreal and Canadian .slock I exchanges at 11 a.m. Tuesday sharps, compared at the same time Monday. I'Yeiman Ltd. was up lo Sll3s, Denison Minrs 'x lo Banquc d'Epargne 'i to ant) Homolmildcrs t-i. Teleprompler, Ti'i; Oil, and Champion ahead 2' i lo Sctrr Rain IS.e; SeiUns 960 Tolal Pels f- OS Ulsicr I 35 Weil Dctalta 03 WC Pele 9 SD MISC. INDUSTRIALS CUn Cdn Cdn Crov Cyrp Pld 33 SO v Pld 76 35 Home Oil A 31.25 Home Oil R 33 25 Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Pfd 5; M Hugh Pfd 37.10 husky Oil 17 Ncrlfi Ccxirinenlal WtM Warner S7 Churchill Copper .90 PIPELINE STOCKS Croydcn .13' per wifle .suJwidinriM." hcnd. IJufchoi- sokl Afon- Turclifisc price was not dis- day al the I.uthbridfie yards closed. j 27.G5 base price. higher. fenders un- 100 Ibs. to 2 higher. Heavy feeders over 100 Ihs. strong (o ?1 Weaners: P 30 to 17.nliL lifthl feeders un- der 100 Ibs. IT (o heavy feeders 100 to Ihs. to 1 2S; heavy feeders over ICO Ibs. grades of cows belting ,30.50 to 3G.73. All prices per IfW report Calgary liveslock CALGARY (CP) Tues- day's modornte receipts to 11 a.m. al the Calgary puhlic slookyards of head were mostly slaughter steers. steady .steel's over pounds being discounted 1'5 cents. Heifers searce selling steady. Cows mainly meciiuctt and canner kinds all ipeg Shipper and expoi'ter liuying of wheat hoard hedges in bar- ley tent prices fractionally i higher. Prices were fractional- i ly louer in rye which sold off on commission house liquida- tion in the May [uture. Oilseeds ivere fractionally lo two hvo cents louer on a mod- erate trade. Volume of trade Monday in- cluded bushels of flax. of rye and of rapesced. Mid-session prices Flax: May >.s lower S Otis, July unchanged 2.87-lj, CM. 'i higher Nov. higher 12.35. I Rapesecd Vancouver: June not open, Sopl. Hi lower Nov. 1 lower 2.G9, Jan. not open. Hapeseed Thunder Day: May 2' i lower 2.753i, July Hz lower Oct. 'j lower 2.CZ, Nov. not open. Oats: May unchanged KU, .July unchanged 685s, Oct. un- changed 70. Baric y: May >j lusher July l.s higher loa's, Oct. Vi liiglter l.lO'.j. Rye: May ij lower July fower 1.03-ln, Oct. >.i lower 1.04. next bargaining round if the rather than simply hope [or sur- workers feel arbitration has pluses that can be channelled worked against Ilieir interests. into aid programs. our bereavement in llie loss of our beloved wite and mother. .Special to our doc- tor, and stalf of the Cardstou Municipal Hospi- tal whose care and encourage- ment helped ease her lenplhy and our JSovans and family. on a fully steady basis. Dulls steady. Choice steers 34.75 to 35.50: good to 3-1.75: medium 32.50 to 33.50. Choice heitc.-s lo good 32.50 lo All main fleon hardwood Priced for quick lals Address: 1505 13lh Street South Phono 327-BOO) before 10 p.m. (NO AGENTS PLEASE) Price MORTGAGE CAN BE OBTAINED 1280 iq. (I Taxei Allachcd garage Newly decoralcd New roof 9 Developed hateincnl Rumpus Room Bedroom BnfSroom 2 large bedrooms and 13' I U' (wall lo wtill) Large living room I 13' large dining room T4'x 9r t Front and back step] Tiled polio Large 61' 125' lot medium 29 lo 32. Good I cows 27 (o 2H; medium 25 to 27; Oct cauners and cutlers 21 lo 24.50. Good bulls 27.50 to 29, Replacement callle scarce bring prarlically all slcers in Ihe heavier weight range sell- ing steady. There no stock calves on offer early. Good feeder slcers over 750 i prnmds 3-1 to Hogs base price 27.55. Grain quotes Monday Lakchcadj; High Low Flax May 2fl2 21 283'.z 201 (basis Close 292 KK 266 '3 28I'.2 naposccil Vancouver June 277 Scp 276 271 2733i Nov Jan Ho. prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to Jl a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: average Monday 27.dO. Red Deer: 27.65, average Monday 27.M. Calgary: 27.55, average Monday 27.59. I.elhbririRc: Nil, average, Monday 27.65. Moydminslcr: Nil, Average Monday 27.41. Grande Pmirio: Nil, average Monday Total hoys sold tola! hogs sold Monday aver- ago 27.73. Sows average May Jly 'Oct I Nov Hals May Jly Del. Barley Thunder Bay 270 274 264'% 63" Mny .Ily Oct May Jly OcL 109'j 1034 101'i 273 267 "4 162'i 258 I TO '.i no 101 101' The Government of fhe Province of Alberto has recently established the Bureau of Public Affairs under the Executive Council, Edmonton. The Bureau has an im- mediate requirement for a Director of Public Relations and a Director of Advertising, details of which are as DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS The successful applicant will bo responsible to I lie Managing Direclor for the direction or co-ordination and supervision of public relations programs Initiated by all Deporlmenls of the Governrnenl of Alberta and its Crown Boards and Agencies and addiJionolly will provide direction lo and cc-ordinalion of ihe services of the Protocol seclion of Ihe Bureau. A university degree in o rela'cd field plus ace re di to I ion in the Canadian Public Relations Society is desirable, however, consider- ation be given lo (hose candidates possessing Senior Matriculalion supplcmenled by related courses and exlensive communicalions experience in all ferns of public rela lions media of ths managerial level. Special achievement in ihe public relalions and com- municalions field should be noled. Compefilion No. 0107-2. DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISING IN MEMORIAMS IUTBKA In lovirg memory of a dear grandfather Alex, ivlw passed away April 11. 1970. --Gone but nol forgolU-n. Jce r.nd children. 9GGO The successful applicant Managing Director for Ihe ill bo responsible to the director or co-ordination Beef futures WINNIPEG beef Fulures Monday. May M.37A; Jlv M.75B. Scp Friday's volume: Two con- tracls. I and supervision of advertising programs initiated by all Departments of the Governeni of AlbcMn and its Crown Boards and Agencies and additionally provide direction to and co-ordinalion of fhe services of the Film and Phntograpfvc and Publications sections of ihe Bureou. A university degree plus ace red i to I ion in the Canadian Public Relations Sociely is desirable, however, consideration will be given to I hose candidates pos- sessing Senior Matriculation supplemented by related courses and extensive experience in the use of oil forms of advertising media al ihe managerial level. Special achievements in the advertising and communicalions field should be noled. App.'icanls should also have an extensive knowledge of the advertising agencies in Alberta and their capabilities. Competition No. 0107-1, A pplr cations for Iho above compelilions must be De- ceived by Ihe cloiinq dale- April 27, 1 972. 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 ivo.mwrrz loving memory nf a dear mollier and fJi-andmolher Maria who passed away April 11. lEHtt. Her memory is our greatest treasure In our hearts she will live forever. remembered by Carl, Colleen nnd Sheila. 9761 In loving mem- ory of n beloved daughter a n d sister, O'ga Ky- piak, v.lio ed away April The f P c c we loved is miss- The voice we loved is still- ed, A place is vacant in our hearts, That, can h? filled. P'ver roniembcri-ri by mom, cir.d aod In'OJhci1 1IAKVKV In loving mem- cry of a dear ciul faOi- cr. Howard, who ay ATjril JO. 1971. knew that Tnornirc, SOITOW (.ha day bring, The Moii the shock severe, To lose lito one we loved sn dear. hit. smilo, hi.1: cherr- way, We mi5.s the Ihinps lw U5cd to say, Whc-n hippy days nfT recall, Ti.s Mien him nf nil. Ixivinrjy rc-nuuiljcrcd his Man, son Jim ;ir.'l Eileen. TV screens blank PARIS (Rculcr) French screens Mere lil.ink Monday niphl for the .ter- ond day as administrative and lechnical workers al the state owucfl sludio rlccidect 10 extend their slrike pay and ing coadilions.