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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Trittov. Aniil 11, 1972 THl ItUIBRIOGE HERAID 13 Market lower at mid-session. TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto stock market turned frac- l ion ally 1 ower i n in id-morning trading today, erasing advances recorded during tlio opening minutes of trading. The industrial index slipped .10 to 202.02 and base metals .07 to Golds were up to 180.-J5 and western oily .15 to 220.03. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared at the same time Thursday. Advances oiitnumhcied clines 142 to 93, with 20U issues unchanged- Industrial mining, steel, util- ity, food processing and pipeline- issues edged fractionally Jower while real estate, communica- tions, banking and merchandis- ing stocks moved higher, Laidlaw Motorways was clown 1's to Scotls Restaurants Vj to Jnternalional Mogul to to 51916 Slock exchange merger report CALGARY (CP) State- ments from Vancouver lliat the stock exchanges there and in Calgary are consider ing a merger are "extremely pre- says President J i m Scotl of the Calgary Exchange, "The only thing we have dis- cussed is an integration of ser- vices and we haven't gone into details on the possibility of merger or amalgamation." J, R. Thomson, manager of the Calgary [Exchange, said the reports probably originnle with R misinterpretation of com- ments by Thomas Dohm, presi- dent of the Vancouver ox change. Mr. Thomson said the ex- changes are seeking to be rec- ognized in other provinces the exchange of the province in which they operate. "There is a lot of merit in the idea that the Vancouver Stock Exchange sould be rec- ognized in this province and the Calgary Stock Exchange should be recognized in B.C. and I'm sure this was the full extent of Mr. Dohm's state- ment, "This is especially so in view of the discussions which have been going on for some consid- erable time with Vancouver to- ward closer integration of ser- vices. "These discussions have al- ready resulted in unification of computer facilities. "The rapport between both exchanges is further illustrated by the inclusion of Calgary quotations in the Vancouver daily bulletin." Miscellaneous tfnotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Stinplird by Uolirrly, MtCnaig MmiU-d) J.AST BII> OH SALK 8 ni. OuoKi) A.m. auolei) m. Guotei) WESTERN OILS Alnnlncx 5.55 Alfa Ens! Gas As.impj'fl ?1 00 Husf.y Oil Huiky Oil B Husky Oil Wli Pipe 17.00 40J5 'n1r-r uffi nnd Harding Carets A (o Bell Canada dropped to Dcnison Ii to S3G, Betiilc-- nem to Chrysler fo and Falconbridye to Kobinson Little gained 6 to Orlando Realty Corp. to Copper 1M to Scurry-Hainbow to SIG-Sit Bank of onlreal TJCHT MONTREAL gained in all seclors in light morning trading on the Mont- real stock market today. On index, industrials rose .20 to utilities .02 lo 162.88, banks .29 to 275.09, the compos- .17 to 204.59 and papers .02 to Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was sh a res com pared wit h at the same time Thurs- day. In losses on the Montreal Stock Exchange, Falconbridge Nickel fell to Laidlaw Motorways lo West- coast Petroleum vs to and Dofasco to In MSE gains, Bank of Nova St-olia rose Vi lo Canron lo Imperial Oil to and Warnock Horsey to On the Canadian Slock Ex- change, RRD Ltd. was off 1U to while in speculative mining shares, Eagle Mines rose 35 cents to on shares traded. PRICES WEAKER, NEW YORK workers will he aKu for the he said, employed at peak construction.! The Lcthbridge Research About" will work inside the j Station has already done much plant when built and in full op- oi this oration in full 1U73, providing an annual payroll of impetus HKLP FAK.MKT1S Dr. Horncr said Ihe distillery will be a major contribution to the farmers of southern AHicr- j J In wlto will produce the j bushels of corn or rye to be used acres of corn will likely be needed iniliaUy, lie .said. research, he said "al! done is added B.C. eovl. making liquor. About seed The Alberta corn committee j i I '1 II f O" 11 i was asked to determine !lu- i. -_i i.'.i __ ii... j __ KYCROFT. Alta. (CP) cornmiltee announced earlier this week, said the minister. Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By RicJmrdson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OK SALR May 237'.z 290L4 Jly 23814 285V; ZBflli Oct 287 284lz 287 Nov _. 284 Rapeseerl Jim 2764 Sep 270'S 272 '267 Jan 201 Kajicsccct Thunder Bay (11-00 n.m, Quol Aksilc Briilcrne Broulart Bethlehem MIMES IP Asb. C-iH- War 1.60 Radiorc Rio ATgcm i V) Shcrritl Gor 7.75 Silver MillRi 1.85 Sleep Rock JOVj Tek Corp. 57.50 Fd of 6rr> G1 Cdr. Oil C-Oii AVJcrs G1 Lafcos Pap Gulf Oil CrJa Greyhound Hovjkcr Stf tmp'-'rial OJI :s> 37.7S v ?T 7J 00 ft V, 1MJV 3? >nt Upper Canndfl Western Minfs Wright Hargn D'Eldona Doine Mines May 278 Jly 2M Oct Nov Oats May Jly' Oct. Bar lev May Jly Oct llyfi [May .Jly Oct 275 2C6li 262 Planned economy only AVU lo increase cmploynienl REGINA 'CP) A planned economy is tiis only way to fight inflation and increase em- ployment, fjcorge Holmes oi Ottawa, political education di- rector for the Canadian Labor Congress, said here. Mr. Holmes told a public j meeting that the Economic r Council of Canada warned in be ex- best kind of grain corn that can be grown for ihe plant. Tins research project included S British Columbia government in a grant to the corn j provided a si grant to the Peace River seed co-op cleaning plnnl, It was an- nounced today. The plant now under construction will serve (armors in the Peace River Country, in- cluding areas in B.C. The federal government approved an on (he-job pro- gram which would provide up profits of companies tq W-MO towarfl 1 mill operators. The Alberta government has been asked to a bank loan. The plant. 45 miles north nf the high and the high incomes of pro- fessional groups. He criticized Ihe fcdeul gov- ernment for inck of investment planning and said investment Oanrtfi started by should be channelled into employment industries such as manufacturing and pollution control, rather than ploymcnt resource exploitntion llOfz HO1 KMU-j 102-n 102 "4 1091.. 109 '.j L 2 prces EDMONTON (CD Wecklv Fast Fast Sulliva Frobex First Giant Y.K. Bovis Grand in itlnr VIS 3JO s B.JD 7 OS 3 95 Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Iron Day bo Joliet Quebec Kcrr Addiscn Key Anacon Labrador LdVe Shcre Lanqls Silver R.L. Malartic G.F. WartTn WcNoely Midrlm lolem Nu West Homes NEV.I Calumet Horse Copper Noranda AWIibi Algoma Site! Afco tr.d Allan Sugar Agra Ir.d Hell Tel Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. B.C. Sugsr Bow Va'lley CAH ind Ctfn Indusl Cdni Con Vickcrs Chrysler i CPR Cons Dath Cons Gas Sea Dom Brirfge Domlar Doni Textile a 22.25 11.25 t.BJYj M O'J ?1.7S t? 75 1J.-35 21 .M i 37.5'' nog prices Power- Corp Price Co Kothrr.ans ST r.nrp Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Sears Slenl of Selkirk A Trans fAfn Pp Tr.ins Cnn Pp Union Gas Zenith Elcc DAHKE Nciv York ttochs r T snO T cmda (Supplied By Kicfinnlson Securities of Canarfa) Montgomery Ward 30-00 !0 Gold: .23 2.75 2P.121 21.75 ja.75 35.00 33 73 El EDMONTON (CP1 Aver- age prices to U a.m. provided by (he Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 28.05, average Thursday 27.45, Red Deer: Nil, aver age Thursday 27.45. Calgary: 25.05, a v e r a ge Thursday 27.42. jOtlihridge: Nil, a v e r a ge Thursday 27.45. Lloydminster: Nil, average Thursday 27.00. Total hogs sold 275. total hogs sold Thursday average 27.42. Sous average 20.15. 1964 that there would tremcly large growth in the work force in the ICtiids and early 1970s. The present Liber- i al sovel'nnlellt 'n Ottawa should planned for this. Les Benjamin. New Demo-' i cratic MLA for Regina- Lake Centre, said the. covern- i CSE anti PollllrV report issued merit should have restrained I b-v agriculture de- partmenl: 1 producers: A largo 42; A medium 39: A small 22; B 12; C G; cracks 8. To retailers: A large 5J lo SB: i A medium 50 lo 53: A small 34 j to 38; B HO to 36, Cracks 30 to CALGARY (CP) Receipts i 34. on tile Calgary livestock mar-! To consumers (in cartons 1: kct to Ll a.m.. about j A large 55 to 61; A medium 50 members oi the National Farm- ers Union and ivill clean all small seeds, mainly creeping red ICSCLIC. To he in operation by June, Lhe planl will initially employ live or six men. E5a iHh By Gene Fawcelta Livestock Calgary livestock AN AUTOMATIC LOAD-LEVEL- ING SYSTEM CAN NOW BE ACPED TO YOUR CAR, STATION-, WAGON OR RV. THECWIVER I DIALS THE DESIRED PRES- SURE SETTINGANDTHE VEHICLE IS KEPT LEVEL BY PROPER AIR PRESSURES THE SHOCK ABSORBERS... head; mostly replacement cat- 10 no sears 10 Siase M-at 97.62 c.fl ,2J Sfd OH tff fJJ. 71.M 15 W Oil! up -E6 33 37'1 Texas Gulf 118-75 Volume 61.25 wIckL'c'orp Jilt YORK AVERAGES 133.00 V.'oolworm M IniJust up Ilyntlman cools I coif ee break i idea for MLAs Int Kenn 30-50 2i 75 U S- 30 Indusl 15 LMilillos 11091 cff 25 Slocks 33301 off .M Volume Slivei in strawberries WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Food and Drug Administra- tion has aiinounced the recall nf frozen strawberries laced with glass slivers and cornmeal con- t.iminated with n potent can- cer-causing substance. The FDA said recently it learned of the hazardous .straw- berries after a Mead, Wash., woman cut her mouth while eat- ing some of tliem. The recall affects more than pounds of sliced, strawberries packed in 10-onnce containers by Pacific Frozen Koods of Los Angeles and dis- tributed hi Ihe state of Washing- ton between Feb. 10 and Mar'. 10, the FDA said. All lol.s were coded with Lhe number M07I. Another cases, or 15.000 pounds, were embargoed volun- tarily at the manufacturer's warehouse, Ihe FDA said. The recall is being handled by U.R.M. Stores Inc. of Spokane, Wash. The FDA said it did not know the .source of (he glass, which showed up in six of 10 samples tested. A f 1 a f. o x i n contamination prompted the recall of 1S.S90 pouncis of enriched white corn- meal produced by Dittinper Roller Mills Company, a divi- sion of Flour Mills of Atnorirn, at New Braunfels. TeN., be- tween Feb. 17 and Mar. 27. The FDA said about iO.OMI pounds were distributed to So- quin Milling Co., Scmiin. Tex., for repackaging, ami the re- mainder was distributed lo the firm s four' warehouses. shown to cause can- cer in some laboratory animals, occurs naturally in the mould of nuts, corn arid oil seeds under certain conditions of time, hu- midity and temperature. The FDA said" it found Ihe white corn contained 114 parts per billion of aflaloxin, and the Dittlinger cornmeal contained more Ihan 77 ppb. The FDA's tolerance is 20 ppb. Beef f ii lures WINNIPEG I CD Live beef futures close Thursday. Mav 35.10; ,Jly 31.00; Sep Wednesday's volume: T w o contracts. EDMONTON (CD Government House Leader Lou Hyndman cooled the idea that Alberta might fol- low Manitoba's lead of al- lowing MLAs to take cojfce into the legislative cham- ber. "The real difficulty is (hat If you get 75 politicians talk- ing on that, it will be at least a month before they can decide if it should he instant or fine he said o ti t s i d e the house Wednesday. Me and stock calves. Trade was active. Irisufficietil slaughter and heifers offered to establish a market: cows and bulls were stealy with Thursday's close. Good slaughter cows 27.oO to j 23.50. medium 25.50 lo 27.50. catuiers ami cutters 21 to 2.T. Good bulls 28 to 29.50. Replacement cattle mostly yearling steers and lieifers weighing between S75 and 730 pounds and sellijig at steady prices. Stock calves were steady. Good feeder steers 575 to 750 pounds 3ft to 41.7-i, more than 750 pounds to 37.50. Good feeder heifers 31 to 34.30. Good sloek cows 23 to 29. Good stock steer calves 35 to 43. Good stock heifer calves 34 to 37.50, odd sale higher. Hogs base price 28.05. in 57; A small 39 to 42. producers: Live; i No. I chicken broilers. 22'i: j steers j 5 and over, 5 and under 6. i Fowl under i. 4 to 6 Turkey Under 12, 26; 12 to 18. 2.1'.i; over 18.24. Live No. 2 chicken -broilers. 19; Ci and over, 5 and under fi. ISh- 12, 23, 12 to 18, over 18, 22 Oil, gas leases net CALGARY (CP) The pro- vincial government received in the sale of pe- troleum and natural gas leases. Coseka Resources Ltd. paid the highest amount. for four parcels covering 7.2CO acres about 30 miles northeast of Medicine Hat, HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS REQUIRED The County of Mountain View No. 17 of Dicfsbury, Alberta requires heavy equipment operalors to operals Ihe following types of equipment: (a) MOTOR PATROLS (b) BLADE GRADERS (c) ROAD PACKERS Good wages, fringe benefits ore avoilabie, The County of Mountain View is situated Forty miles north of Calgary and forly miles soulh of Red Deer. Please forward applicoMons to the undersigned slating age, marital stalus, experience, and dale avail- able ro commence work. f. J. DAWLEY, County Commissioner DRILLING AND MATERIAL TESTING TECHNICIAN Salary to Department of Public Works EDMONTON, Aibortci Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada DUTIES: Under direction carries out geotechnicol silo investi- gations; operates test boring equipment and con duels fiefd lest s; moin fains drilling and auxiliary equipment in good op era ling tondtlionj carries out routine Inborn lory fcsling; fcbulafes data; eels field technician on paving projects, highway construct ion, concrele work. QUALIFICATIONS: Several yean of diretlly related or on equivafent combination of education, training ond ex- perience. Quota ComperiMon No. 72-E-770. Forward "Application for EmploymenI" (Form PSC 367-401} available a I Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centres and Offices of Ihfl Public Servfce Commiislon of Canada, lo tho: Public Service Commission, 300 Confederation Building, 10355 Josper Avenue, Edmonlon, Alberta, EXPERIENCED PARTSMAN REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Full company benefits, steady employment; 501 conditions. Apply in pec ion or by letter (o Parti Dept. Manager Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile CM Paris Distributor 1 Ave. and1 8th Sirecf S., Lethbrldgt Are You Satisfied With Your Present Job? Excitement Incentive Security Are youM if you con qualify for tMj position: Guaranteed income while being Commissions and bonuses moke thii of the most paid fobs in Canada, You'll be trained in every phase of this work and you will bfl given encouraging supervision until you aro luccesiful. Full range of company benefits included. For personal interview write BOX 1 17, Lctlibridgo Herald, with personal history! ANNOUNCING NEW BRANCH OPENING MORTGAGE and LOAN LTD. 7265-3rd Ave. S. HOME MORTGAGE AVAILABLE MIDTOWN Will IEND YOU MONEY ON THE EQUITY IN YOUR HOUSE WHETHER PAID FOR OR NOT. NO RESTRICTION BECAUSE Of TEMPORARY UNEMPLOYMENT OR PAST CREDIT RATING. Call N. J. (Norm) GIESBRECHT 327-2181 EVENINGS nnrl WEEKENDS 328-0005 ;