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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta D.c.mbt, 1, 1W2 THI UTHtSIDGt HEKAIB 21 t ,T Toronto mines, indus trials Grain price review Miscellaneous quotations By Toronto market posts Winnipeg Grain i Wg 27SA; WINNIPEG j- May 3 higher 3.49 July 3 'H hJgher 3.44 Raneseed Vancouver: Jan. 3 higher 2.92 3 hisher 2.87A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec., Jaj 's higher 2.69 B: May 2 H I Jly nariian Imprial Bank to Auto safety prog ranis criticized ro_e 5 M to 283.51. tte cerainonte .84 '.o 228.15. i On the Montreal Stock Ex- chanze. Hudson Bay Oil rose Pi to S.M'2, Peerless Rug to S14U and Canadian Imperial Bar.'-: of Commerce to Qn the Canadian Stock Ex- change. Inviclus Oils and Min- ers'-." dropped two cents to 82 cents on is.WJ shares traded. Livestock report Calgary livestock 2 H higher am quotes iu York slocks NEW YORK prices ns appeari (API held to Stock their TORONTO 'CP- Tr.s MW president of the ol DfecitT ASSOCi3-10u- I Jjct-j 'if savs that '.be p-jbiic s-r.a-p today, but an early- penalized because of da? Appeared cheeked, g'ovemmeril iriUttnce on in- safety features mio designs. Grant of Toronto said in an interview safety features that already have been built into ears "have down TALGARV medium to earners and cutters IB to 22. mostly a. 1 al.; Iy-.ijU ut the DOT Jones average o! SO Darling steers weighing to -rTane active with indu-triak at noon was up 5-23 pounds and selling little changed from Rrong prices. placement femaies offered On this week at Prairie Livestock were 1.MO of Hives lock consisting of 1.007 i head of cattle. M2 hogs and 21 "But the Ming told tr.r-.- are going lo have lo have in the iay o: motor cars. li sr.enti'jn to the rnin- a half-ho'jr earlier. Tnis was above last Fridays record clos- ing high of 1.023.21. Advances led declines on the Ne-.v York Stock Exchange by 2 to Anaivrts said the marKet ap- lo have temporarily spent its profit-taking force. Dome Mines was up 1 at Grain "U price in motor cars, because bow Oil at J1S. -Neonex be ar.y motor st seen White's Flower and Gift Shop Taber Phone 223-2552 Pre-Christmos Showing of Plovers and Gifts SATURDAY, DEC. 2nd Special! ROSES and CARNATIONS 2-50 Dozen Cash orid Carry OOOR PRIZES ON'f COPSAGE EE GIVEN AWAY EVERY HOUR 'CP; Otto Lan2. minister responsible for t'ne Canadian wheat board, here that Ca-ioda should suy Ln the feed grain and oil- seed markets ix-caiee they are all classes meeting good de- maudi. Cows strooeer. Bulls up 50 Yearling steers steady. Heifers gained Steer and heifer calves held steady. All clssses of hogs soid steady meeting good demaiids. co-jcs and bred heifers. WJ to E370; good 25 to '6- fair to medium. 22 to 23.75. Bulls, 24 to 28. Good yearling feeder steers, 41 to M; fair to medium. M to Good yearling feeder heifers. 37 to 38.25; fair to medium, 35 lo 3S.7J. 1 Good Eleer calves, SO to (air 10 medium. 46 to 49.50 heifer calves, 41 to 43.50; fair lo medium, 37 w M.T5. to S20: ligni 25 to S3: heavT feed- Hog prices FDMO-VTOX 'CP: Aver- Uoydminster: No aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided age Thursday 37.70 by the Alberta Hog Producers For, No aver- Marketing Board: 22e Thursday 37.55. Edmonton: J7.SO average Grande Prairie: No sales av- Tnursoay 37.57. eiage Tnursday 36.70. Red Deer: 37.SO. average NO sales Vxiay or Tnursday 37.70 'Thursday. Calgary: 37.80, average Tot.j lo ;1 a.m. COLEMAN COLLIERIES LTD. Cost Accountant We ore o coal mining company located in the C-owneil Pass in South-Western Alberta have c vancony In cur accounting departmerl for e co.t atcounlonl. Prmcipol duties: Preparation of weekly opero1in8 cost report' 1 ly varience reports. Analysis of work orders and special projects. Assisting in 8ud8el Financial Statement preparation. This position will involve constant liason with operating and ienior management personnel in order to b-srter lupply meaningful operatina cost reports. Preference will bt 9'ven (o applicants currently enrolled in C.G.A. or R.l.A. Account- ing Courses. Salary will commensurate with experience ond qualifications. Interested applicants apply, with comptel. resume, to E. J. Rochon, personnel manager, Colemon Coi- leriej ltd. Box 64O, Coleman, Alberta, Phone 562-2841. Lethbridge: No sales aver- i 6.081 more "dependable than UK" mar-1 ers, 39 to 4B.50. ket iorlvheat, which fiuctuates Next sale will be held Sai.. Dec. 2. Sale time is ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED oppcrlunity Tor ycung r.ccl dc'o os fepcns o pro- slctis- advorced append upon q-jalificoTions end cr.d cr.y et ejected i r eaucciion. er pertinent MR. F. M. INAEA CONTROUER VAUXHAU FOODS LIMITED P.O. BOX 430, VAUXHAU. MTA. Tre justice miiuster told a news conJerence he c-ould see iarrriers growing "2 tittle'1 more wteat next year. He ada- ed that he expects a back to barley are! rape- seed if Canada teeps its mar- j for ttiese crops. Tee Saiskatoon Humboldt j memter said he tapes to get in- i formation to farmers on trie: market potential o! crops be- fore i NEW RAIL CARS j In a i d e-ranging question j and a-iwer session, the minis- j ter also said that 2.000 grais-; carrying railway hopper cars-- ordered earh'er this year by the government were commg cif the assembly lice. first ICO or 2W are headlrig for the West or have already arrived. K said. Tne cars, v.tiich be termed grain'car of the future.'! to bt put to maxi- mum use. And rail lines han- 1 dling these cars have to be improved, he said. which may be used fre- qut-ritiy. APPOINTMENT VALUES EFFECTIVE 'TIL SATURDAY DECEMBER 2nd CLOSING GREY CUP PARTY NEEDS! 3-MONTH rOirr', iirined crb ready for occupancy. Exceil lion, iKcg ir. living ond mailer b ASTRO REALTY WtirMINSltR SHOPPING PIAZA Ph. 324-774S ALICE HAHM JOHN PENNER 327-3708 358-6523 PETER BERGER 327-030) VERNA COUTTS 327-6697 CENTRAL CITY Oi'a'rrjma city in the U S. arxwt 300 miles south if. 1 centre of the cor.tirierj States. Complin Petroleum Compe ii to onr.ojnce lHat 25. 1972, J. Koslyni'jk opp ed c; C c r a d i c n Cr-iSTSiir ihe Cnr.cdicjn ei Divlsiir FOR SALE Well established MEN'S WEAR in Northern Alberta City of Trading area of SPECIALIZING IN Work Clothes-Western Wear Saddlery-etc. Good Lease, ideal localion in new building. Soles Ihii year over S250.0OO.OO. Copilot required Negotiable FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE WRJTE TO Box 106 lethbridge Herald MINCED BEEF Wieners HOT DOG HAMBURGER FAMILY PACK 3-lbs. and over ib. BURNS Mb. cryovac pkg. Pkg. of 8 SOFT DRINKS UNCLE REN'S ASST. FLAVORS ;