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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THt HESAID Wedneidoy, Auguil 30, 1977 Miscellaneous (fiiotalions Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Rural postmasters want raises too Market ad in light Ira TORONTO (CT1 The To- ronto stock market showed fi fractional adduce in light uiitl- monring trading today. Industrials up .15 to 214.31. base metals ,37 to 97.00 and western oils to Golds slipped .-l'2 to Volume by 11 a.m. was 532.- 000 shares." up from shares traded at Hie same time Tuesday. Weak sectoors were batik, bev- erage, chemical, general manu- facturing, paper and forest, pipeline, real estate, and utility WESTERN LI iky 0 AIM f-.ist 0 O I'r fc> np oil MO 3 Pr H M, Homes, Inii Oji Long Cd 1 Y slflc III C and Cdn Oil CO i r. M r rri C to 5. W Gas Ga Allfi Nal limbed uphill f (J nnd T poorer 11 C ii J was ff.f by DuIiiTty. LAST OH SA1.K f iti Uuotr Ruv.ell -12 W (ill j Oil H Ml :CU3 (I rn, Qooleil ir In Sh.irei J.19 J )r B-ll V S.SS 6 41 S QV S.i? 7.35 O'lTAWA ICP) The de- j voted and unassuming nival [XHliuaster, >vht> as the .sole federal rcprcsentalivo in many communities services the call of dutv to Unlvfrr.al Sov F 19 STOCKS VANCOUVER MINES phone 4 to national Utilities DJA NEW YORK stock market cl il ay. Tin1 norn Do of 30 industrial 4.21 to JKW.91. On the NYSK. ad- vances outnumbered declines MIL to 430 with total issues unchanged in moderate trading. Among Canadians, Aleim was up at ami Mclntyrc Porciipino i at Dome issues while food products, in- Mines off at dustrial mine, oil refining, steel: On the Atnex. Preston lost and trust and loan stocky made nt Canadian Javelin wus small advances. j otf U at Scurry Rainbow Advances held a fair margin I Oil was up Is at over declines, 7K to 122, wilh 173 issues unchanged. Pacific Pete up to Mil's, Reader's Digest 1 it lo Power Corp. 4 to Peoples Department Stores I to S141; and Canada Permanent j to Home Oil class H was down j IN to SftT-ii. Canada '7 to j Cominco "s to Aqui- taine l'i to nnd Kaiser 10 cents o j Deer Horre Mines up cents to 8 cents, Chemalloy 13 cents to Kcrr Addisou to 510-8, Pun Ocean i to and United Cnnso 30 cents to S3. LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CPl Prices advanced moderately in light trading today on the Montreal stock market. Combined voUine on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at El a.m. was of the member Cana- dian Postmasters' Association to brinfj lioinc lo the (cd- crul treasury boaccii as they ho- Kin negotiations this week for n now contract. The old militanl. This is Hie message the lead ecoming more one expires Sept. For (lie first lime since col- eclive was in- troduced into ttic public service in %7, (lie luiion ha.s opted for the route in- stead of voluntary binding arbi- tration. Under federal law, public service unions can clioosc el- tlicr arbitration or conciliation Controversial B.C. statue runs into weather problem Pofe 11-1 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 13 CO 7J.no J.I.75 40 1.10 7.30 7 10 LyHor Pyrar Si1 C Irani Win MUTUAL FUNDS Al Cd G J AOF Sp Iforne R 1 Cn Hud Day Oif HuU Ray P1J 17.75 .16.50 Uci Tcxmont Valley Copper INDUSTRIAL Diock Broi 9.J1 B.C 1.50 DC. Sugfl J.3d Cnpl inlcr 6.19 7.11 Columbia 8 3.J-1 CrcsllTOck V26 S 76 Hys 7 GS 7.7J Key tnrtusl li 1? 16 67 W 5S Sl.iinpcde Fid 8.93 ,TO Invelil A.ft? Albjny irn In F 534 Plains F U.S. 13.10 H.36 E OILS l Res Production stopped at mine Toronto Jtunes, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Sccnrilics of Cannrfa) LAST fill) Oil SALE Ltd. an- 300 shares, compared with 900 at the same time Tuesday. On index, industrials rose .78 to 230.73, the composite .33 to 222.05, papers .21 to 100.01 and hanks .in to 274.25. Utilities dropped .89 to 161.72. Pacific Petroleums 1 to Rapid Data to Sl978, Canada Cement to Cana- dian National Bank to Peoples Stores '2 to and Distillers Corp.-Seagrams to jfnterprovincial Pipe Line fell to Westburne Tnter- nalional to Border Chemical to T3.C. Tele- COLEMA.V fCNP Coleman Collierie.s Tuesday aftern o o n that production at tlie B level mine here ;s-ill cense immedi- ately. In making the announcement, executive vice p r e s i ri c nt Gerald Blackmore said that it had been anticipated that the remaining reserves of coal in the mine would have been min- ed up to November but, recent- ly a small movement has been observed in the mountain side ibove the mine and for safety reasons productions has been stopped. Mr. Blackm ore indicated that the offices of the United Mine Workers and the district mines inspector were aware of the circumstances. All the men employed will be re employed at the com- pany's two level south mine. It Is being developed for an output of tons of coal per clay. a.m. Quotes) MINES 1 70 17.00 l.fO Oenison lr.es Discovery East M.il. Sulli Frotcx F-iri1 Giant 31.25 J3.75 3.95 Morthqala p.c. Quebec M Rayrock Shcrrilt Gordon Silvrr Milter RCC'K Upprr Car.ad.i Mines Wright Hargresvi INDUSTRIALS 5-15 Oorne 114 .37 7.70 Granduc Iron tso Jollet Quebec Kerr Acidise n Key Anacort L-iVe Share 7.50 315 3.M 22.5-1 lofn- table Orl Crfn Oil Gen Motors Grt Lakes P Gull Oil Cda Hawker Sid Inl Pipe Inv Gro A Inl Ulil Ind AccpeT Loeh Slorei Fern Corp Mol'.on A Mchons B North 6 Corp Shell COA i Simpscn's Simp Sears Sleel of Cda Selkirk A Pp Trans Ctl.i Pp Tst Cdn Sr-ed ;r.flh Elec BANKS 7 W 14.25 35.63V ;2Ji 3.60 31 ST -17.50 3B.75 JI.75 1J.OO 7.75 3.61 A. 2 5 21. 01) BHAMALKA, Out. (CP) Southern Ontario weather has provex! to be too much for Kwakiutl llic community's roconUy acquircti cedar statue of a nude male, subject of con- troversy, h ns i ie velopod a crack hi iUs back. veil iii Brilisii Columbia by Simon Charlie, Iho statue unable to tlif- fcrcnt weather conditions. Robert Williams, reeve of Cliinuacousy Township wliich purchasvl tlu; statue for dis- play in its new municipal de- velopment, sairt KwakiutV.i problems can bo corrected quickly. The si alii e, carved without o Icnf, sparked the ire of sonic local residents who (elt it was CounclI de- cided it wasn'l and approved Its Installation. Livestock market report Lethbridge livestock (Supplied hy Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 175 caltle. Today's receipts are mostly slaughter cattle. Trade moder- ately active. Good and choice butcher slecrs meeting reason- ably good demand, prices bare- ly steady to 25 lower. Good and choice Imtchcr heifers mceUnf; fair demand prices about steady. All classes of cows sell readily at firm rales. Medium and good replacement caltle no better than steady. Britain to protest Russian spy ring LONDON (AP) The British government preparetl a formal protest to the .Soviet Union to- day over a Russian spy ring re- ported operating in the British colony of Hong Kong, informed sources sny. The Russians were -spying on China from Hong Kong, say re- 3 ?5 7J 7S 20.10 j 3.50 15.75 1J.75 THE NORTH WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OFCANADA For a tfiicimion call or Baleman, 1514 12 Ave. N, Lelhbridge, Ph.: 137 JVr3i.u York stocks (.Supplied By Richardson .Securities ot cr ?3 y> TORONTO J3.7S J1 ir.d-jst S7.7S :ifr-: AVERAGES _-.lds 1D5 10 Briy; Up (A IS VJ Oil', ?S6.C3 up 3.03 YORK: AVERAGES i 30 InJusr 9M up A C fl HPt 3U 1 20" RCA COLOR Black Matrix. Aufomalic Tune and Reg, SPECIAL...... 23" RCA Beg. SPECIAL 1 26" RCA COLOR Automatic. Reg SPECIAL "EXTRA SPECIAL" 1 ONIY ElECTROHOME 26" COLOR Spanilh on C.tttfen. Cabinet dnmnfjrd In Trtin-'.t. Special Price in Effecl Open to Offers GUARANTEED ACTIVE T.V. SERVICE 1238 3rd AVE. V PHONE 327-5020 OPEN THUP'. AMD FRI 9PM Ontario cabinet ministei1 involved in land deal TORONTO fCP) Knr Ihri will m.iko second time in n month, OT On- i anrl profit hy the time tario cabinet, minister is in- development of the controversy over Division is completed, land investments. Mr. appointed This time, tho man the municipal affairs minister Nov. spot is Provincial Treasurer 1967, is still responsible for flax as prices in that commtxi- ity two cents higher. OnLs and barley reached new seasonal highs, and rye was Hi cents higher. Volume of trade Tuesday was bushels of fl.lx, OWJ bushels of rye. and bushels of Mid-ses.sion prices: Flax: Oct. 2 higher 3.17; Nov. Hi higher 3.12TAB; Dec. Vi higher May ]7A higher Hapesecd Vancouver: Sep. higher 2.53'AA; Nov. V.'t higher 2.55ViA; Jan. 2 higher March higher 2.50liA. Ranescccl Thunder Bay: Oct. Vt higher 2.48A; Nov. 'A higher Darcy McKcough and the con- any future final departmental approvals for the company's lots. TALKKI) WITH 1TIKMIKR Mr. McKcnugh is in Munich, troversy involves his interests in a Chatham, Ont., for which he had to give subdi- vision approval in v.-hile he was municipal affairs minister. Germany, on government busi The McKcough affair comes less tlian a mnnth after il was j discovered that Daltori 7'ales, attorney-general, and tv.'O part- ners purchased W (if land in Mnrkharn Township at a time the province v--as ririvalely considering a jjlari to promote growth lo the east, o! Toronto. Opposition leaders called for Oats: Dec. Dec. May Oct. higher unchanged unchanged i higher 78-B; May li colony's foreign relations. Nor- mally Hon Konf authorities handle internal security mat- ters. But the Russians have no diplomatic mission in Hong Kong and the ease was passed to the foreign office here. nOKHKD OUT The reports here said two Russians were ordered out of Hong Kong and two Hong Kcmg businessmen were arrested on charges of spying for Moscow, The Russians were said to Ix; connected with Soviet shipping interests In Hong Kong. One of them was of Chinese ancestry and an expert on Chinese af- fairs, The Soviet Union has re- opened its embassy in Peking hut strained Soviet-Chinese re- lations have kepi Russian diplo- mats restricted to the Chinese capital. Formerly the Russians were allowed to travel exten- sively in China. Hong Kong has long been a valuable listening post on China for Western diplomats. The Urili.sh were expected to take a tough line on the case in order to protett their improv- ing relations with the Chinese. A series of top-level visits be- tween and Peking is scheduled, including the trip to China by F'oreifjn Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home in October. Choice steers 31.75 to 32.50; good 31 to 31.50. Choice heifers 29 to 23.50; good 28.25 to 28.75. God cows 25 to 26.30; medi- um 23 to 25; caners and cut- ters 20 to 23. Good heavy feeder steers over 050 Ibs. 31.50 to 33. Good feeder heifers 29 to 31. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday nt the 1-clhbridgc yards 35.60 base price. Calgory livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts !on the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m. totalled head, mostly slaughter steers [and heifers. Trade was modcr- ate on steers and heifers and active on cows and bulls. Slaughter steers were barely steady with over finished ani- mals under pressure and dis- counted sales were to 33.80; icifers were 25 cents lower with sales to 31.10 and over- 'inished kinds discounted up to Cows were mainly lower grades at firm prices; bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 32.25 to 33.40, good 31 to 31, medium to 31. Cboice heifers 25.75 to 30.GO, good 28.75 to 29.75, me- ium 27.50 to 28.50. Good cows 25.75 lo 2R.50. medium 23.50 to 25.50, canners and cutters 19 lo 23. Good bulls 28.50 to 30.50. Replacement cattle were mostly fleshy, short keep j fears, say, steers R50 to 050 pounds. Prices barely steady. No stock calves offered. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 32 to 35, Good feed- er heifers 31 to 33. Hogs base price 35.65. Lambs were steady Tuesday with good kinds 25 to 25.50. Donald a press offi- cer for Premier William Davis, said Mr. McKcough had said, have the entire mutter with Premier Davis and any further comment will have to corne from him." Mr, lieeney also said that two ago Mr. McKeough and Hie premier discussed Mr. McKeough's "assets and liabi- lities." Mr. Davis said he will not lie will have to ham! in his on hc rehrrns f'i in a v.cfik (mm l.ondriM. the resignation of Mr. f said S'rpbcn U-wis, NDP lender. "The pre- mier will have to accept it." Nixon, Liberal sfiid approval fif plans was ;i r I f; it r-f lit a n r 1 r f-ri 01 1 s conf I i c t of "Ifi.s use f n hi oss U; very much in question if ho is inclined to stay on if the f.'irts higher BI'.liA; July unchanged B2K. II a r 1 e y: Oct. unchanged Dec. higher 1.21 Vi A; May higher July not llye: Oct, 1-Vi higher Dec. higher May JVi higher l.2D1ftIi; July not Ofrfin. Grain fiuotes Tuesday (basis I-ow Close futures Flax Oct Nov 311 U i May I Itaprsrcd 1 Seo I Nov 2.11; i Mar 302 U 31 1 "i Vancouvrr 25 1 Tlmnilrr llnv .Ian arc ,'is Nriv May M.ZON. lny's 17 Irnrl.s. Mr McKcough's v.crci Monday in a story and Mail. TTio ncivy.spaper .lairl Mr. apprfA'a] was ncc- Smith conk) prfK.'f'Orl v.'i'h fine of tho knars', Mjh'Hvi- s i o n in Oiridiiirn. ,'.Tr. find olhfrr nf his ffimiiy riwn 2'i SfJiilfnrn f.ff! ;irjcj I'ounrl Dollar value Ah (CP> U.S. dollar in (c.rms of Cn.ividiFin J'.rnrJr, up If-IR lo W.W, .VlTf, Mcrlin-t i tf' NKW flolbr down 1 M n) 0] 4H fi} m turrns of I' S. funds, t.l Ocl Nov Dec: May flals Orl Mfly i Hnrlry Ocl 21H 2-I71: 2'KJ1' 1. 2W VB1 78 m Drilling firms fined (CPJ Allied Ko- xtinn Minornls Ltd. and S'idco Drilling were fined each in provincial coin t for a v in la t inn of the Oil and Gns Conserva- tion Act. They pleaded guilty to allow- ing use of an open flame with- in 75 feet of n wellhead. An inspector with the rrwrfiy rKWt trees conservation was lold by supervisors nt the well hand that men were usinn fl cutting torch close to tlu; well because Ihoy worn in a hurry. The maximum fine is but prosecutor S. T. Brown asked (or a lower amount be- cause it was (he first offence and the companies were coop- erative in safo prac- tices. Car prices increase turned down WASHINGTON (AP) The United StaU.-s price commission dotued today requests hy Ford and Cencral Motors for price increases on their 1973 car modei.s. Commissioner Chairman C. Jackson Grayson said Ihe re- qucst of the Iwo giant auto- makers was being denied be- cause the Increase could push Ihe profit margins of the two firms beyond permissible lim Is. Ford in a request revised this week bad asked for a or increase. The quest covered safety equipment d emission controls, fk'neral Motors had asked for or 1.53-per-cenL increase for the same purpose. Chrysler Corp. and American Motors also have requests pen-ling before Ihn commission. Grayson said these requests would continue to suspended unlil the commission- can holr hearings on aulo prices nexl monlb. The decision meant (hat con sumrrs could expect lo avoid n price increase on GM and Kortf cat's at least until Novemltfr. (1 son sard the two com pnnies mny rcsubmit profit figures arc in For (ho second quarter of their fis CTil ye.nr. and Uic riglit lo titriko In their allempt.s to reach contracts. The change of heart among rural ami small town ma.stfir.s was hronghL home ar- lior this year ftf> [xsr cent of tfie mcmhcrship voted for Hie conciliation route. Union Pros Went D. A. Blackio suys tlie memlwrs were tired of see- iny the wages of other postal workers away from their own pay levels. The association more than half of whom aro in post of- fices across Canada in commu- nities ranging in population from to and some unincorporated areas. About of the offices havo one employee only. Wages depend upon length of service, volume of mail handled, and on commu- nity size. Postmasters classi- fied in 12 "groups" work with- out assistants and are paid be- tween to whilo those in six work in larger offices with as- sistants receive between 200 after three years service. The local postmaster Is also requested hy neighbors to help fill in government come IRK, family allowance, unemployment insur- and even to write letters occasionally. Mail ordering rom businesses go through the postmasters1 bands. Job security is a major griev- ance of the postmasters. They were angered when trie post of- fice under former Commu- nications Minister Eric Kierans carried out a policy of closing down more than rural of- fices. The association lost of their members, hut that was only one result, the leaders say. "The post office was the focal point of the community. People went there for passports, to pay taxes, and do one man said. When the post office closed, some communities lost their focal point and dis- appeared. Mr. Blackie said the union had a verbal commitment from Postmaster General Jeaiv Pierre Cote that no more of- fices would closed. Dut Mr. Cote is not running again in (he next election. AritAID OF MACII'NES The members are afraid that recent moves toward mecha- nization in the larger post of- uch ns the recen t In- troduction in Ottawa of mail- sorting even- tually mean replacement of fulltime postmasters with casu- als. The answer fo some of their e attain- ment of full puhlic servant status, with benefits, such as superannuation, which go along with it. The association is prepared .0 work closely with other postal unions on some Issues, ;ays Gaston Moutiier, national secretary of the union. But mcmlwrs feel that they face many problems unique to niral and small town offices. While (hc aggressiveness of hci po.sl masters' association will likely not match that of tho Dounci I nf Posl I Un ion.s at least in this round of bargain- ing, Ihcir move toward con- ciliation is a significant new step, "Twenty years ago the post- master provided a service to community and his neigh- bors. Now people are wonder- Ing why (hey are not paid a spokesman, aid. Our people are so loyal, they do the work anyway, and the government knows that." 121" 121 120 11.V TOURIST FRKDEKICTON (C P) Tourist.') who came lo Now Brunswick hy automobile In the summer nf .spt-nl more Itian million in Ihf province. Sta- tistics compiled hy n provincial rnsenrchor showed Canadian overnight- visitors sponf per parly per trip wbilo their Amrr.'icnn ByGene Fawcotta POCKET TORCH A WEWCOMWCT INSTRUMENT; JLJSTAFEW.iN SOLDERING IRON. DELIVERING ASSOO'F. PIN-POINT FLAME FDft PIRECru'SE, A SPECIAL TIPMAVAlSO BE ATTACHED FOR THOBE REACH SOLDERINGJOPS... EMPEROR OF ROCK Mick Jaggor ond Tho Rollinn Stonoi ro- conlly n highly four of tho North Amur-i- con foolincnf. Slnll trnvolforl nrul wlinf iT Illce, in WcoJtenrt lliii Snturdoy. mill tfiii ilory nhoul Sagger nnd llio Stonni, Jncluclinn look "t Jriggcr't pononnlily nnd IN YOUR lETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE ;