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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Fr'.doy, April 1972 THE LITHBMDGE MEP.AID 2. quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Uohcrly. l.imikMl) West oil stock prices decline (11 :M I m. cuolrsl WESTERN OILS .'iV'cs-.t Gas '3 1? 00 5 35 LAST BID OR SALE a.m. HU-Ky Oil 6 Jl 1J' j HusXy Oil V.'flr 5 r. Infer Vipe H fl; I r, Inter Prov Stetl 11 73 I Kaiser nes 3 Erj City seed plant's future at slake (U.M fl uk'rtl 0' Quoieit S f RASKATOOV (CP) The fu- ture of a Lclhliricliic s.ecd-pro- cessiin! plant is in jeopardy un- less lower freight vales on rape.secd producls ate imple- sEji mentcd. llic (.'anndian Trims' poit ''iimniis-inti iv ;n lold John 15 a n f 1 c I H. oxccvilive vice-president iif Western Ca- nadian Srod Processors l.tfl. ol U'lh'jiidgc. made Hi c statc- Pscihc Tulfcdyn Pete price review TORONTO (CIO Western oils moved moderately while prices in other major sec- tors o( the Toronto stock market edged fractionally higher in miil-morning trading today. iThc industrial index gained .08 lo JM.81, golds .17 lo 175.50 and base mclals .21 to 36.01. Western oils were down I.2G to 21B.69. Volume by 11 a.m. was M-I.OM shares, up'from 580.000 at the same time Thursday, Real estate, steel, pipeline, in- dustrial mining, communicatiun and trust and loan issues moved moderately liiRhcr as 10 o! tlic industrial'indrx's 17 sub-groups ported gains. Banking, hover age, merchandising and oil re fining stocks turned moderately lower. Noranda was up 'z to S373i BP Canada -It (o Hamil- ton Group to Hudson Bay Mining lo and Pan Ocean U to Molson Industries A rosl i to JZH4, Tara to Bethle hem 'a to 52051, Inco to 532'i and Pacific Pete lo ?33'.i. Koffler was down l'i to Slierritt to Mean lo 522, Walkcr-Gooctcrham 'i lo and Censfar is to S15V Among oils, Aquitainc lost i Occidental I'cte to Hanger tu Shell 'j 513 and Dome Pete to MONTREAL lCI'1 Utilities nd banks advanced as imhtstri- nls, tlie composite and papers leclincd in light morning Irail- on the Montreal stock mar- kcX loday. On index, industrials slipixxi 1G to 201.77, Lho composite .07 lo 203.G4 and papers .07 to ivhile utilities rose 11 lo 103.01 and banks (o 263.61. Combined volume on Hie Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges al II a.m. was sliarts, compared with 450600 at Ihc same time Thuis- day. Rapid Data Systems rose to Hudson Bay .Mining and Smelling 'e to SM. Noramla Mines ?a lo and Dcnisun Mines Vi to S34. Gr. Cdn Olf cj AII.TS 1? M IB 10 SO Aquitaine [ell Dominion Textile lo ami 2 to PIPE LINE STOCKS Inland tfal Grtl n an.'i c fin' IransiL'i crushing iiHiustr.v f r n in era lo Mr. Hrij'.ul said unn panics have been s'liiutlnis; ri similar 'Aorning ll'ii. vlulc oxpiimlniK 1'otli "icir markets and plant facililics. .Mr. Kaiilicld suiil coni- piniy expanded in 1171 mainly liccause "it :in inU'iu'alcd eUl- eient operation. Mr livnwii Mr. llan- fieh: if n lack of facili- ill.-; fur ranched proflnct-: ralhc'r llum [icitlhl rales w.is tlie major reason lor problems in tlie '.'xiiorl market. Wliile l'c> admilled such Innks .ire lack- Mr llanfield said Ilicy have in.I caused any le millance "il ronlrncl.s. However, li'iulcr? Tnr nou have lieen lieeiui.'-e nf a of fa- Close 277' 2CI'i n 252' or liny 2G1 2561 Jly Ocl live May Jly" Ocl OTTAWA 'Cl'> Tnido Min- i.slp.r Ji'an-l.iK' ttiflay he got informatinn" from itiant aiiloiii'ihili' inmna- nies about Ilicir plans lo usi' a nev t'S. exporl snhsirh, Uial lllrcak'n Canadian indlls- Iry 'Mr. Pepui luld tlie C'oniinons llui officials of M" confirmed to him this morning Ihat I-'ord lias heeti usiim Isu- skibsidy tliis year, contrary tn .Mr. s ntidcr.slaiuhnj! uJ a month aim He saiti (icnera! Motors. al.Mi by R patent, also registered to the sitli- sitly. Under Ihe subsidy system. I' S. conipanie.s eel [jencrous lax d c f e r m e n I s cm incojnc j earned by subsidiaries set in i i the U.S. lo tal.cn Iiy lo U.S nf clcti- cil I? n si! i css hack lo normal WIN'XIPKi; Share- holders (if tbe lineslors Croup. were lold here Ihe nver-all results of the compnm in M'71 were v, ell ahead of tbe previous year and reflect D re- turn In normal in Ihe longer- trend of p-ovvlh rather than a r: inonlh cyclical financial li 11. .lonra lold lo other countries, includ-; t HriV quar- I ing Canada. Iliosc (iomoslic sales corporalions amonn a .series of measures Calgary livestock CALGAIIY (CP) RcceipU lo 11 a.m. today on the Cal- gary livestock market toltilled head, practically all re- placement and stock calves. Trade was active. Slaughter steers and heifers Ford cuts car prices OAKVILLK, Out. I1'orcl Motor ('o. of Canada IJrt aniiounecd here immediate re were scarce, sclliiig slcady al I duclioni of up to S77 in Iho week's hipher levels, with" no i suggested relail prices choice steers or heifers on of- i Maverick. Comet, ler eai Hlilir.s cents quarterly dividend of cents n share on tlie five per cent cu- imitative preferred slock to be paid I lo shareholders of record July 7. 1972. j The consolidated nel earn- ings (or Ihe first quarter of before extraordinary items ucrc which includes si.2SI.7-17 representing, Inves- IGrs Group share of the Great- West Life earnings. This shara of carnincs includes SI50.300 re- pr ces vvilli 28.40. of 24 suiting fimn Hie adoption hy Ford and Great-West, effective Jan. 1, Horn D.irn 36 DG Dem New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities or Canada) r.d T Sear? 112.CO EDMONTON (CF) Weekly ctfg and report issued by the !edcrnl agriculture dc pni tnicul To producers: A larpe 42: A medium 33; A small 22; B 13; C 0: cracks 8. To retailers: A large 52-51; A medium JD-51; A small 32 H cracks 2C-32. To con- sumers (in A Inrpe fJG-Gl; A medium 57-5fl; A small 39 to 42. Poultry To producers: Live No. I chicken broilers, 22'i; fi and over. 2G; 5 and under 6, 2.1. Fov V-unrinr fer. were steady sales of good kinds lo Bulls steady. Good steers 35.51) to 3G.50. me- j ilium lo 35. Good heifers 33.25 fo medium 31 lo 33. iGocnl cows 27 lo 2B, medium; 25 lo rrvnners and cut- lers 21 to 24.50. Good bulls 27 to 23.EO. Heplacemenl c n 11 1 e were mostly yearling slccrs and licit- crs, ivci'ghing 575 lo 700 pounds. Slock calves were generally in Ihe 450 lo 550 pound ramje. All classes of replacement calllc and calves sold at general.y steady prices. Good feeder steers under 700 pounds 3D lo W.CO, 700 pounds. up 34.50 to 37.50. Good feeder Meteor passenger car models, i 1S'2. ol the investment year Maverick prices have been method of allocating tnvest- cnt by ?77 and now range Irom mem inenmo to tbe to i various lines of business. F7'i V.'icke jg Golds 175 JJ u 0 Rase Wrt 50 u 15 W Oils 216 -19 olume- I.307.0M PROCTOR GAMBLE CELLULOSE, LTD. Has fmmpdln.e openings for ihe following positioni at ill bleached kraft pulp mill in Grande Prairie. nsfo ENVIRONMENT CONTROL ENGINEER Reipomlbilitiei lo Include: ability lo provide offoclivo lechmcal jupporf In Ireolmonl, successful operation ol Ircalmenl facilities, to work c-ffecllvely wilh governmenlol and con- Oualifrcntions: clioniical, mechanical or chemically oriented Thorough Icnowledae ol environmental control functions, air and water pollution problems in the kraff pulp in. ciuslry, Some fjxpprrenrp "n v, ork xvih coniulting and regulalory Cfgcncir-s a cJcfiniff; PRODUCTION ENGINEfR (ibilily TO itemonstrc operation. nbilrly nnd --obilil' nfiol] ol leadership indcpendcn effectively c .-h rtiic disc inl'rip r-f 5-8 level, abln li of tiin finished PRODUCT QUALITY MANAGER Reiponsibi lilies lo include: obilify lo coordinale overall qualify conlfol ellor man ufodu ring unili lo prcvonr and climfnaln product qunlily problcrns, hi lily lo m tin age n Central Control La born lory, ability lo communknlc direcly Technical anrf Salci qj-oupi to facilitate translation of ipccilicationi to viable- process product itondordj Ounlifienliont: Grnduntc clionncnl rngiticer wild rich fi.Mory of rulp mill experience, Bxpcrienre in working nnd cornmunrcoiiog, both or a My and in writing, wiih people on a foam basis, in slnlulkol quolily conlrol lysremi and iheir afiplicofinns, -Capable of indcppndcnf ihinking onrf developmrnl. dale of employment For of Inr liilcti would be July T, 1972. should be in A-riling not later thon May 10, 1972, to: Personnel Monngor Proctor onrl Gamble UJ R. R. No. 2, GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alberta. U S. Sfcpl j TORONTO YORK AVERAGES Irduil 951.33 up Hairs liB off ?S !CT7ii up fccks 70 rr.e 12, 20'i: 12 lo heifers 32 to 3-1, good slack steer 18. over IK.21. i calves 40 (o 40.50. Good slock Live No. 2 heifer calves 34 to 37.M. 15: li and over, 23: 5 and under i Hogs average base price C. 20. 28.45 Turkey under 12. 23' 12 lo 22'i: over SHRINE-LIONS SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION CORRECTION! BIG FINAL DRAW DATE IS MAY 24th and onl as advertised in the Thursday edition of The Lcthbridgn Heralci o; ALBERTA POTATO COMMISSION requires a SECRETARY-MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES-. To administer