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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 3D. 1971 THE UTHBrlDGE HERALD quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uohcrly, Mct'uaJK Limited) LAST BID OK SAUC am. Ouolrs. a.m. Uuoies) m.C'J a.m. QuoJeit WESTERM OILS Husky OH 8 -4112'j G' P S.87 Mi I m 5 JO HusXy Oil VJni 5 JS Not 7.31 f R [-Ma fa'J Gas T.35 lofer Pipe H W Fin 5.03 i.Sft .''n 2062'.'i Inlcr Prov Sletl 1075 UWGr 621 6.R7 1 "M Kaiser 3 Gr AVI S3? -f, 0 535 Manage 5J Royfund 6.67 i an South IK Pacllic 31.50 7Clnp Gr 697 76? rfn ri 3 75 Rainier 8 Unilcd Ac 601 in Mnmeltd 715 Ttledyne i W Universe! iav 6 10 B.95 dn tnd Gas Oil 8 WMf Ofn SCfd Vanguard H-W 5n SUPP? 41 White Yukon 1375 Cmritv Venl 4S 8 73 (In Lcng Is .S7 Wwlffcld LW VANCOUVER narler CALGARY MINES h''clsr> 00 1 J 00 Pr3innrr Kwn .15 Mining 1050 orf N-jrth Cort OJ Alias Explor 5.1 S el J-" Warn-'' .-'.7 BaUi Norse 97 y Jorih Ctln Oil 570 UNE STOCKS Grcr.da i 10 i Jumac A11a A 53, Vent 4.11 3 INDUSTRIALS r-Jn Elrtw B ?5.iO Ami- Gr F 692 7. 60 Block Bros 325 Cdn Inv 7f. 35 AGF: Sugar 19. 651 3 Crowincst Ird Cdn In P 5.51 5.50 B C. Suo.ir pin ;i.oj Cygnui A 5.50 Ccl Mutual 667 7.5! CyqniA FI 6.00 Cmr.VJ Inter U.i? 15.F5 Cro-'' For IfitT J.OO Falcon Coppor Lev 3.E8 a !6 >.75 Genstor 15.1 11 '3 Ccrp Inves! S.07 663 Interior Brew 3.60 Home A 3175 C'orp In St F 518 57? KeV Indus! Home B 31. 75 DrcyhJS F U.S. 11.73 P'lt-ilir W Air J5CO HL'd Ray Tn 1S.W Gr In Shares -VCH Slampedc Inll Res >I7 r ud Oil Gr Eqtiily 7--3 B 1ft OILS Hurl Oil f'1d 5fl iO Invest Gr F 17.23 1337 Albany Oil ja Huqh Pencil 53 Invest Mutual 5.79 4.33 Plains Prto TJ Husky Oil 16 Muluat Ac 567 6 Jo u Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE fi.m. a, TV Qunie1.) (11-00 a.m. Ouoleil i 75 Darn Slopes IS ?5 i( f-! or lex .35 Dame Osisko 2i Advocate Asb. 1.75 P1nc Polni 33 Aka cl-io .iS Placer Dev, Canada 91.50 Bra ornc 2.40 P C. Exp. 3 50 G1 Cdn O'l 4 53 Brouian .25 Quebec Wan .11 Motors 7f.i5 Beth chpm 70 37'. 5 1 19 Cr Lakc-S Pdp 17.121.: Bri-nsvvicV 4.10 Radiore I-J Oi1 Cd Canada Tung, 1.53 Rio Algorn 17.50 Grevround U-75 Ro.-nan Corp f 30 Hawker Sid 3. Ed Central Pal. 1.5J S'lE-rritf Gordon 15.25 31. CO 1 01 Silvc-r Miller .fli wnlk Conwesl 7.7J Steep Rock OH 3150 T.75 575 Cocienour .31 Upper Canada 3 Ot Cra rimonl Western Mines [ji, D chenson Mints 1.07 Wrfghl Hargreavtl 1.15 intJust Arfcrl 10 w'' Dpnlson Wlnw Vrlllfoy l.io 17 ji Horn .CJ Windfall ,C' Kc1 y Dwq A 575 D'Firlona YnllO'.vknlle Bear 4.JS Dame iViinpi 2pnni3C .H1, j Loblaw A 75 50 Stores If SA 1 '0 a le ion W ecd 5 t >uyi ml 1 n Ira Tl tec-7li c F nil iqu whi I'BS V )f F .lul. lou 2.74 R 2 l Jan R E age by Ma t Till 11 Tin C Th Til I Th C Th I Th r Th 1 624 3V UE P'" 42 B A B SL 60 33 N Ii 23 1 e i s ti n 1 1 West oil prices d( TORONTO (CP) SVestern Is moved moderately lower hile prices in other major of the Toronto stock market fractionally higher in lid-morning trading today. The industrial imlex gained 8 lo J 89.91, golds .17 to 175.50 m base metals .21 to 96.01. 'estcrn oils were down 1.26 to 18.69. Vo lime by 11 a.m. was lares, up 'from at the ame time Thursday, Real estate, steel, pipeline, in-ustrinl mining, communication nd trust ami loan issues movci noderatcly higher as 10 of the ndustrial index's 17 sub-groups iwted gains. Banking, hover-ge, merchandising and oil reining stocks lurncd moderately owcr. Noranda was up !z to 3P Canada (o Hamil-on Group lo Hudson Say Mining to and Pan Dcean Vi to Molson Industries A rost to 2H4, Tara 'i to liethle-rem lo Inco to S32'K and Pacific Pete 'k lo SM'.-i. Koffler was down (o Slierritt Volurr.e PROCTOR GAM Haj fmmedlnfe openings fo bleached kj-aft pulp mill in ENVIRONMENT CONTROL Reiponsibililiei lo incEude: ability to provide effoc IreoUnenl, abillly 1o develop ond successful operah'on of oblliry to effective suiting agencies. Oualiffcntions: clic-mical, me sanitary engineer i Icnowlcdae of air and walor pollufior duslry, Some experience fn wo agencies a definite PRODUCTION ENGINEER RasponsibilJHej !o CELLULOSE, LTD. r the following positioni at ill jrande Prairie. ENGINEER vo jupporf In wosfo manage training pj agionii for (rcalment foci Hies, y wilh governmental and con-chnnical or chemically Oriented ;Evera[ years ALBERTA POTATO COMMISSION SECRETARY-MANAGER 1 RESPONSIBILITIES: To odministcr ihe offoiri of the Commis-si on, ore aimed o1 improving and increasing the economic well -be ing of ihe potato growing industry in primariiy fn ihe areas of research, promotion ond extension. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicanl shoufo1 possess management ability, have experience in public relations, and of ifie poloto industry. A University Degree in Agriculture, and o knowledge of Ihe workings of Government, would UM lo the app'iccml. Send complc-te resume im mediately to tKu ALBERTA POTATO COMMISSION, P.O. Box 513. Calgory 2. Alberta Resume -.houlcl include education, experience and olher pertinent details. Salary cornmensurnle wilh in the kraff pulp in-k wih con lulling ond regulalory riporoliori, ability lo com mun koto problem analysis efftcMvely and work in a learn ognrs in Ihe of prorcsi i o basic discipline! of r-qu ipmont. IN THE GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES advertisement in the Road and Weather report on page 2 of lost night's Herald, Mr. Cale Harris was in-ndvortenfly listed as otio of llicir salesmen. Mr. Harris has no association General Farm Supplies, and now operates his own business firm VVESTCAN IRRIGATION nnd PUMP CO. LTD. Al 2351 2nd Ave N., Tho Herald apologizes for nny inconvenience caused Mr. --5-8 ycnrs in process indusrrie? mcfudinq n portion a' a supervisory PRODUCT OUAUTY MANAGER Reiponsibi lilies to indue e: abilify lo coordinate overall qualify control of thrs manufacturing units to prevenj and elmifnatn finished product quality problems, 1o manage n Central Conlrol Laboratory, ability lo communka o direcly Technical anrf So ei aroups fo facilitate translation of customer specif iccitioni In viable process product standard s, Qualifications: Graduate chemical engineer wilh rich fii story of pulp milt experience, Experience in working and communtcoiing, both orally and in writing, people on a fcom applications, -Capable of indeppndenf thinking and development. Antfcipoled dale of employment for of listed po-.iliorn would bo July 1, 1972. Application! should be nubmilten" n not loJer than May 10, 1972, !o: Personnel Manngor Proctor ant? Gamble Cel'u'ose, lief. R. R. No. 2, GRANDE PRAIRIE, City seed plant's future at slake SASKATOON (CP) The fu- i port of r> Lcthbriclge seed-pro-; here. ill! plunt is in jeopardy un-: Join) lower freight rales on apesecd piwlucls are imple- Ihe ('ariadian Trans1 told mcnt during tin; fourth tiay of I hearings iiHo ;in upplk'.-itHiii by 15 lov'c' w sli; buying sti'cnght and some Oci. not and commission hcuse interest i i iim Ilarlcv: May nnchanecd Oct. Rye July July loner hir-liLT 1.1P-A. liiRlu-r l.OH'i: 1 1.03'.i: Oct. al mill-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. highest prices also a similar trend on tho Chicago soybean market. Flax prices continued to drop on limited exporter buying and I Grain quotes 'nuirsday (basis c( uearhy futures Lakcheail rest of liie tnarkel 'as quiet and Volume of trade Friday was IUS.DOO bushels of flax, of rnncseeri and of rye. l-id Brown, ruunsi-1 for Tl' one of the opponents of ii freight rate c-lial- lenfrcd parts of Mr. Ilanfield's teslimony 'I'lu-scJiiy in exaininatidn Mr. Manlicld. also picMiienl of the I'.apeseeit Association n! Canada, said tiis. parate froitlhl 1'ales are paving thy waj1 fin' Iransici i1' crushing iiKiustiy f v o in era to I'iustern Canada. Mr. liro'.vn said vvost panics have been sn similar warning sii expanding both their markets and plant facilities. Mr. Hanfield said his com- pany expanded in 1971 mainly because "if an efli- eient operation. Mr lirinvn ankcd Mi. Uan- fieli'. if a lack of export facili- lies for ranescccl rather than freight rales WAS the major reason for problems in tlie export market. he admitted facilities snch as storage tanks are lack- ing., Mr (ianfic'lii said tiicy tuivo nol caused any le mitlance nn export rontrncts. tenders for new lieen neglected shortage of fa- 1m Close ion prices: Flax: May lower 2.77A: i 2 lower Oct. Q-( llapesecil Vancouver 2.75'i; Nov. lower Juu Rapeseed Juno Nov higher 2.63'.2; Sep. higher j Jan 257 Hay Jly" Oct Nov Oats May ZCl 256' Nov. "a higher 2.M' Jan. not open. Rapeseed Thunder B a y Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver-I Jly age prices lo 11 a.m provided I Ocl the Alberta Hog Producers j Hurley Marketing Board: May 103 Edmonton: 29.30, average Jly y W.52. jOct Rod Deer: 25.15, Thursday 23.42. Calgary: 28.45, Thursday 28.53. Lethbridge: 29.10, Thursady 28.66. Lloydminstcr: Nil, Thursday Grande Prairie: Nil, average Thursday 27.05. Fairview: Nil, average Thursday nil. Fort Macleod: Nil, average Thursday 28.65. Total hogs sold Thursday, 624, sold to 11 a.m. today average 28.51. Sows average KapeH'Cil Thornier Hay OTTAWA ICT> Tnido Mill- tal.en liy Washinpion lo stop ister Jean-l.tK: saiff ttiday U.S balance rif payments clcfl- he got "vvj'ung information'' cil i from automobile compa- nies about their plans lo use a nev.' 1 ,S. exporl .subsidv Ui.'it might lllrcalen indus- try'. Mr. Pepiu told ttic CDinmons that officials .if Ford M'i i confirmed lo hitn tliis niorninf" that Ford has lieeti using tiu- i subsidy this year, contrary to .Mr. Pepin's understanding of a month aL'o He saiti Genera! Motors. owned by a L'.S. parent, has average average j average average average live May Jly' Oct ismess hack lo normal XVIN'NIPI-X; 'CIV' Share- holders tljc Investors Group. lolt! here the rcsulls of the companv jalso registered to use the suh- in ,c171 wort, allCFK] of tbe i previous and reflect a re- i Linder the subsidy py.stoin. i U.S. i tax deferments cm income I earned by subsidiaries set in the U.S. specifically (o export 1 goods to other countries, includ- 104' 101 103 '4 103 !B 101 previous turn In in Ihe longer- generous u.cmi [lf than a r: month cyclical financial change 1're.si'denl H. H. -lones lolrl the aniHKil meeting quar- ler tiiiniings in were 20 ing Canada. Itiosc domestic international I sales corporations were ccinls a share with the regular quarterly dividend of cents Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. today on the Cal- gary livestock market lolalled head, practically all re- placement and stock calves. Trade was active. Slaughter steers and heifers were scarce, selling steady at Egg prices EDMONTON (CF) Weekly egg nnd poultry report issued by the federal agriculture de- partment producers: A large 42: A medium 39; A small 22; 18; C G: cracks 8. To retailors: A large 52-54; A medium -J9-5I; A small 32-30; B 30-3U; cracks 23-32. To con- sumers (in A largo 60-01; A medium 57-fiB; A small 39 to 42. Poult i y To prodn ce rs: I ,ive No, 1 chicken. broilers, and over, 26; 5 and under 6, Fov.'l--under fer. Cows were steady with sales of good kinds lo 28.40. Bulls steady. amonP a share on tho five per cent cu- imitative preferred slock to he Aug. 1 I" slKireliolders of record July 7. 1972. The consolidated net earn- ings for tho iirst quarter of JJ172 before items which includes 1.747 representiny Inves- tors Group share of the Great- West Life earnings. This share of earnings includes re- sulting from the adoption by Great-West, effective Jan. 1. 1972. of the investment year Ford cuts car prices OAKVILLE, Out. (CP) Fonl Motor Co. of Canada annomieed tiere immediate re- ductionr, of up to S77 in the week's higher levels, no! suggested retail prices of 2-1 choice stoors or heifers on of-j Maverick. Comet, Fort! and Good steers 35.50 to 3G.50, me- to diitm to 35. Good heifers 33.2S to medium 31 to 33. I Good cows 27 to 28, mcdiumj 25 lo 2ti.50, cnnncrs and cut- i ters to 24.50. Good bulls 27 to Replacement -cattle were mostly yearling steers and licit- i ers, weighing 575 to 700 pounds. l Stock calves were generally in the 450 to 550 pound range. All classes of replacement caUlo and calves sold at genera liy j steady prices. Good feeder steers under 700 pounds 3G to 40.80, 700 pounds up 34.50 to 37.50. Good feeder j Meteor passenger car models, Maverick prices have been method of allocating invest- cut by ?77 and now range from ment income to the company's i various lines of business. under 12, 26li: 12 to lieifors 32 to 34, good stock steer calves 40 (o Good stock jlieifcr calves 34 lo 37.BO. i Hogs average base price 28.45. i Beef fulures WINNIPEG (CIM Live hctif i futures close Thursday. i May Sfi.OOA: 3J.10 B; Sept. 33.30B. i Wednesday's volume: 12 con- tracts. 18. '251-; over Live No. 2 D: fi and over, 23; 5 and under fi, 20. Turkey under 12. zy.z: 12 (o US, 22'i; over DEVALUE PIASTRK SAIGON (Renter) The Soutli Vietnamese government devalued the piastre Friday by nearly 2.5 per cent to 420 Erom to the M.S. dollar, banking sources said. SHRINE-LIONS SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION CORRECTION! BIG FINAL DRAW DATE IS MAY 24th and onl as advertised in the Thursday edition of The Lethbricfgo Heraki Travelaire. The Total Travel Trailer. 1 linrn's no limit lo pummcir, fall ami winlnr fun wilh Triivchnrn. (Ihonsc: from Jnll.i" motlnls from fifteen lo Iwrmty-iwo fee AM liHve desi fnr bettor lowing stifely i All offer lolal luxury for yoar-rmiru] use. Travnlflirt; llui Tolii! Tr.tiicr, earns good, safe interest in a Lombard North Central Deposit Account A Bank Deposit Account with Lombard North Centra! provides a good of interest, with complete safely for yoitr leading io financial peace of mind. Deposits at G months' notice of withdrawal corn 6% i merest per annum. The rate tor deposits exceeding is subject to negotiation. Interest is paid half-yearly without deduction of U.K. tax nnd up to C100 can be withdrawn on demand during cachcalendnryonr. TIME DEPOSIT perio'l deposits of nnd over nan earn higher rates of interest. Details are available on request. Opnninn an Account is simplicity so write now to tho Deposit Account Manager for further dot-nils and a copy of Deposit Account Booklet No AO 536- Lombard North Central PONDEROSA AUTO TRAILER SALES LTD. 20th SI. ond 3rd Avo. S. Phono 327-2747 ;