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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tumday, December 10, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 No growth Canada's Gross National Product did not grow during the third quarter of 1974 according to a report released by Statistics Canada. In dollar terms, however, the QNP went up billion to billion, but all of that was an increase in higher prices. The GNP is the total value of goods and services produced by the economy. First CN Rail profit in two decades expected Lead control date set OTTAWA (CP) Federal standards to control the amount of poisonous lead that can be emitted into the air by secondary lead smelters and leadsmelting operations will come into effect Oct. The standards are published in the latest issue of the Canada Gazette, the federal publication of government notices and regulations. The standards will limit the quantity of lead bearing matter emitted from such operations to 0.046 grams per cubic metre, which represents about one ounce of dirt in the air of a medium-size family .home. Under the regulations, smelters and lead-smelting operations will have emission tests carried out within two months of the standards tak- ing effect next fall. The problem of lead and health has been given priority following debate this year on the causes of high lead levels in the blood of persons living near lead-smelting plants in Toronto. The Herald Prices mixed in moderate trade Business TSE industrial index up TORONTO (CPl Cana- dian National Railways, for the first time in almost 20 years, may record a profit in 1975, CN'president Robert Bandeen said Monday. Dr. Bandeen told the Cana- dian Club that plans for a profit took a "slight detour" in 1973 when a strike and retroactive pay settlement gave the publicly-owned railway a deficit. The recently-appointed president said 1974 has been a period of organizational change and consolidation, and a freight rate freeze. "However, we may well move into the black in 1975, and this means that CN will have come in a period of 15 years, from a deficit of miliion to a profit position." Bandeen. 43, the youngest president in the railway's 55-year history, said: Farmers compensated for cattle OTTAWA (CP) A total of million in compensation has been paid to farmers forc- ed to destroy cattle infected with brucellosis in the last two years, the Commons learned Monday. Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan, in a written Commons reply to Tom Cossitt said the largest amount, million, went to farmers in Saskatchewan. Eight other provinces were involved. Compensation to farmers in other provinces with the num- ber of cattle destroyed in brackets was: Alberta Quebec Manitoba British Columbia Prince Edward Island New Brunswick S837 (5) and Scotia "Our plans now are to in- crease this surplus year by year: and our hope is that we will be able to use these funds to help expand and improve our transportation services to pace with the growing de- mand for them which we see ahead." Although CN has almost al- ways shown an operating profit, it has been burdened with interest payments on a long-term debt dating back to the 1920s, which has given railway an over-all deficit. Dr. Bandeen listed several criteria which would make the public enterprise more successful, including tran- sportation rates which, for the most part, are based on market demand. Homeowners insurance to increase TORONTO (CP) Homeowners across Canada can expect to pay an average 23.1 per cent more for annual insurance premiums early in 1975, a report released Mon- day by the Insurers Advisory Organization of Canada (IAO) show. The IAO is the rate making organization of companies and groups handling about 50 per cent of the dwelling insurance in Canada. Premiums will increase up to 21 per cent in Quebec, 63 per cent in Manitoba, 66 per cent in Saskatchewan, 24 per cent in Alberta. 41 per cent in northern Ontario, and up to 23 per cent in northwestern On- tario, the report says. The IAO expects it will take two weeks to a month to work out the individual dwelling in- surance premium increases and distribute the new rating schedules to their agents across Canada. Hotel beef sale nets WINNIPEG (CP) A kitchen at the Win- nipeg Inn put through worth of beef Monday but not a piece was eaten. It was no reflection on cooking skills because the customers weren't there for dinner. They were attending the first public auction of Blonde D'Aquitaine and Gelbvieh stock held in Manitoba and, in the comfort of the luxury downtown hotel, the buyers took 60 head for a total of The cattle were held in the executive parking lot beneath the building and transported by ser- vice elevator to a serv- ing kitchen. They were led through the kitchen into a second floor ballroom for the sale. A highlight of the evening was the sale of an embryo transplant from a full blood Gelb- vieh cow. Successful bidder was Wendell Cleland of Russell, Man., whose bid of 500 was considerably below the average received in similar sales. Fertilizer plant plans announced DIDSBURY, Alta. (CP) Plans to build a per year water degradable fer- tilizer plant 16 miles west of here were announced Monday by three Calgary firms. Agri-Sul Canada Ltd. will operate the plant, which the company is building in con- junction with Canadian Superior Oil Ltd. and Black Gold Resources (1973) Ltd. Construction is expected to commence shortly. Auto firm to increase capital spending abroad DEARBORN. Mich. (AP) Ford Motor Co. is planning to increase capital spending in Europe next year while it trims capital expenditures in the United States. The auto maker said Mon- day that worldwide capital ex- penditures next year will total about million, down 11 per cent from 1974's es- timated expenditures of million. Capital expenditures in 1973 were million. Less than half Ford's 1975 budget is earmarked for the United States, where Ford says it will spend million, compared with million this decrease of 32 per cent. Capital spending next year in Europe will be up 78 per cent to million, compared with million this year. Ford said capital spending next year in Canada will be million, an increase of 33 per cent; Latin America, million, a decrease of 29 per cent; Asia-Pacific, million, a decrease of 41 per cent. Ford net earnings through the first nine months of 1974 were million, down 60 per cent from last year. The com- pany said North American net profits were down 56 per cent, while overseas earnings declined 74 per cent. Worldwide vehicle sales through the first nine months were down 9.4 per cent. U.S. sales were off 9.4 per cent and overseas sales were down 15 per cent while Canadian sales deliveries were up 21 per cent, Ford said. Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Doherty Limited WESTERN OILS AND MINES Afton Mines 2.40 Albany Oil Alta East Gas 3.60 Alminex 4.10 Asamera 7.00 Ashland Oil BP Canada 7.50 Brenda Mines 2.70 Cda Southern 1.36 Cdn Export Gas 1.55 Cdn Homestead 2.00 Cdn Ind Gas 5.00 Cdn Long Island .08 Cdn Superior 22.00 Chieftan Dev 3.90 Dome Pete 15.87% Dynasty 6.12VZ Nufort Res .08 Giant Mascot .48 Gibraltar Mines 4.75 Granisle 11.12% Grt Cdn Oil 4.65 Lochiel Explor .80 Lytton Minerals .97 North Cdn Oil 2.55 Numac Oil 9.00 PanCdn Pete 7.25 Pan Ocean Petrol 1.05 Paloma .70 Place Gas .14 Ponder Ranger Oil 15.00 Scurry Rain 12.00 Seibens 5.00 Spooner .12 Total Pete 3.70 United Canso West Pete 2.40 West Decalta 2.60 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Acres Ltd 4.80 Aquitaine 13.25 Bank of Montreal 11.50 BC Sugar Ptd 2.45 Block Bros 3.55 Canbra Foods 2.45 Cdn A Pfd 15.75 Cdn Pac Inv 12.00 Carlmg A Pfd 15.75 Carling B Pfd 19.50 Com Capital 1.40 Crest Forest 2.25 Crowsnest Indus Falcon Copper 6.37% F M Trust 4.20 Genstar 14.75 Home Oil A 16.87V? Home Oil B 16.00 Hud Bay Co 1C.25 Hud Bay Oil 16.25 Hud Bay A Pfd 27.75 Hugh Russell C Pfd 48.00 Husky Oil 11.50 Husky Oil B OPfd 31.50 Husky Oil E War 3.75 Inter Pipe War 1.50 Inter S S P 11 00 Kaiser Res 4.05 Kaiser Res War 1.78 Loblaw C Pfd 21.50 Magnasonics 1.23 Pacific Pete 13.00 Pe-Ben Royal Traders Westfield Weston A PIPELINE Alta Gas Alta Gas Alta Nat Gaz Gas Metro A Inland Nat N C N C B Tr-Cda Tr-Cda A Tr-Cda B Tr-Cda Pipe West West Trans Barons N. Western Bathurst Cima Northair Silver Valley Key August Plains Stampede Int'l MUTUAL All Cdn All Cdn All Cdn Amer Growth A.G.F. Cdn Invest Eaton Eaton Eaton Int'i Corp Corp Invest Stock Dreyfus Fund Grouped In Growth Invest Growth Investors Mutual Nat. N.W. N.W. Principal Templeton United Universal Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. 1.00 Akaitcho 1.55 Bralorne 1.25 Broulan .30 Bethlehem 8.00 Bovis .85 Brunswick 3.55 Can. NW Land 1.95 Canada Tung. 2.16 Cassiar Central Pat. .70 Chirno .80 Conwest 2.11 Cons. Rambler 1.45 Coin Lake Cochenour 1.05 Craigmont 3.25 Dickenson Mines Denison Mines 35.37'.'; D'Eldona 21 Dome Mines 44.50 Discovery Mines 1.55 East Malartic 3.00 East Sullivan 1.59 Falconbridge 23 25 Frobex .10 First Maritimes .35 Giant Y.K. 10.00 Granduc .82 Hollinger A 22.50 Hudson Bay 12.25 Hydra Ex. .45 Iron Bay 3.80 Iso .65 Joliet Quebec .16V'r Kerr Addison 9.50 Key Anacon .15 Labrador 22.50 Lake Shore 3.50 Madsen R.L .45 Malartic G.F. 1.06 Martin McNeely .25 Maclntyre 31.50 Meta .09 Midnm .06 Intern Mogul 2.20 NuWest Homes 4.70 New Athona .17 New Calumet .14 Noranda 26.75 Northgate 3.00 Norlex .16 Pine Point 24.50 Placer Dev 14.50 Pax Exp. 1 10 Quebec Man .13 Rayrock .75 Radiore .17 Roman Corp. 8.12'4 Sherritt Gordon 4.45 Steep Rock .88 Sunningdale 2.85 Tek Corp. A 1.90 Texmont .12 United Canso 6.25 Western Mines 2 10 WH Copper Mines 1.40 Wright Hargreaves 1.30 Willroy 1.52 Windfall .08 Yellowknife Bear 1.70 Zenmac .05 INDUSTRIALS Abitibi 9.75 Alcan 18.75 Algoma Steel 22.75 Atco Ind 10.50 Agra Ind 4.00 Bell Tel 43.87Vj Brascan A 9.75 BC Tel 4675 Burns BC Forest BC Sugar Bow Valley Ind Cable CAE Ind Cal Power Canbra Foods Can Cllulose Carling O'Keete Chemcell Coron Credit CWN Gas Pfd Cdn Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bathurst Cons Gas Dist Seagrams Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Dofasco Glen Mobile Grt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Grt Lakes Paper Gulf Oil Greyhound Hawker Sid Hiram Walker A Huron Erie Imperial Oil A Imasca A Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Grp A IU Intal IAC Ltd Jannock Kaps Kel Douglas A Lourentide Loeb Loblaw A Metropolitan Massey Ferg UcMill Bloed Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B Nachurs North Cent Peyto Power Corp Price Co Rothmans Shell CDA Simpsons Simp Sears Steel Can A Selkirk A Texaco Trad Grp A Trans Mtn Pipe Trans Can Pipe Union Carbide Union Gas Union Oil United Siscoe Versatile Mlg Westeel Westons Woodwards A BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Tor Dom 8.00 11.12'i 18.50 9.50 6.75 19.62V? 245 3.80 1.80 350 1.55 8.25 16.25 2.80 11.50 12.75 23.00 23.50 14.00 16.75 20.25 6.75 15.25 20.25 1.05 4.65 29.25 14.50 19.00 11.62% 4.05 23.75 19.25 19.62''? 10.50 5.25 9.12V4 17.50 5 1 10 4.50 5.75 2.00 5.12'i 10.75 12 87 "2 22.87V? 38.50 13.00 31.75 6.00 7 2.05 8.00 13.00 9.00 6.50 8.87V? 22.87 11.00 24.00 10.50 9.12V? 14.25 7.12V? 7.50 2.20 4.75 17.50 18.75 17.00 19.62V? 11.62V? 33.00 25.50 31.00 New York (Supplied bv Richardson Securities of Canada) Arm T T Woolworth 8.37V? Anaconda 13.75 Westinghouse Elec 8.50 Beth Steel 24.75 US Steel 36.75 Chrysler 7.25 Gen Tel Elec Comsat 27.50 TORONTO AVERAGES Oupont 88.25 20 Industrials 150.99 up .35 General Motors 30.00 20 Golds 362.66 down 8.26 Gull 10 Base Metals 56.81 down .56 Int Harvester 20.50 15 Western Oils 109.22 up 1.97 Kenn Copper 35.62V? Volume Montgomery Ward 14.00 NEW YORK AVERAGES Sears 43.25 20 Industrials 590.50 up 11.18 Exxon 59.87V? 20 Rails 140.08 up 1.69 Texas Gulf 27.00 15 Utilities 67.22 up 1.36 Texas Co 20.87Vi 65 Stocks 192.97 up 3.33 Wix Corporation Volume TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were mixed in moderate mid- morning trading Tuesday. The industrial index, wide- lybased indicator of market trend, was up .31 to 150.95, after touching a four-year low on Monday. The western oil index rose .71 to 107.96. Golds fell 7.11 to 363.81 and base metals .69 to 56.68. Volume by 11 a.m. was MONTREAL (CP) Prices were generally higher in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange Tuesday. Utilities rose 0.64 to 118.07, the com- posite to 148.84, papers 0.43 to 102.21. industrials 0.40 to 149.55 and banks 0.30 to 201.10. Distillers Corp.-Seagrams rose Vt at Shell Canada V2 to Bell Canada to Canada' Cement Lafarge Mi to Cominco "4 to Pan Ocean Oil "-4 to Price W to International Nickel A ve to IU Internationa! Vg to Royal Bank to and Interprovincial Pipe Line V8 to Hudson's Bay Oil fell V4 to Gulf Oil Canada Vt to Imperial Oil A "4 to Bank of Montreal vg to Canadian Javelin to and Noranda Mines A V8 to Among speculative issues. Silver Stack fell five cents to 88 cents after trading shares. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CPl Most Futures prices began to make small gains in continuing moderate activity at mid- session Tuesday on the Winnipeg Com- modity Exchange. Rye was especially strong, with prices up as much as five cents a bushel. Monday's volume of trade was 1.590.000 bushels of feed wheat. of oats. of barley. of corn. 343.000 of rye. of flax and 1.395.000 of rapeseed. Mid session prices: Thunder Bay rapeseed: May un- changed 8.23A: Dec.. July and Oct. not open. Vancouver rapeseed: Jan. one higher B40A: Mar. three higher 8.28'4A; June higher Sept. unchanged 7.97B Flax- Dec. 2'2 lower 10.15; May- three lower 10.17A: July unchanged 997A: Oct not open. Feed wheat: Dec. li higher 3.88; May unchanged 3 July and Oct. not open. Corn Mar. two higher 3.98: May two higher 4.04B; July two higher 3.78B: Dec. not open. Barley Dec. unchanged May one higher 3.01 'iB; July !VZ higher 2.98'AB. Oats- Dec. :14 higher 1.95A; May one lower 1.86'z; July not open. Rye Dec. five higher May higher 3 lOSA; July 3'i higher Grain quotes Monday basis Lakehoad: High Low Close Flax Dec !'jl7''z 1007 10174 May 1020 1014 1020 Jly 1000 990 997 Oct _ _ 970 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Dec 812 800 801 May 823 821 823 Jly 829 Oct 795 Rapeseed Vancouver Jan 845 837'i 839 Mar 837 825 825'i Jun 828 813 815 Sept 805 795 797 Rye Dec 290 297 290 "2 May 3KHi 313 306 Jly 300 311 Barley Dec 303''2 300 300''z May 304 300 300'-2 Jly 297 Oats Dec 195'4 194 194'4 May 189'i 187 187'4 Jly 184 Corn basis Montreal Dec 388 Mar 400 396 396 May 402 Jly 376 Feed Wheat Deo 390 387'2 387" j May 378 Jly 379'i Oct 383'4 Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Doman Industries Ltd.. year ended Oct. 31. 1974. 62 cents a share; 1973. 50. General Bakeries Ltd.. six months emied Oct 5- 1974. 42 cents a share. 1973. cents. Lawson and Jones Ltd.. six months ended Oct 31. 1974. no per share figures available; 1973. no per share figures available Potter Distilleries Ltd.. year ended Aug 31- 1974. no per share figures available: 1973. no per share figures available. Realty Capital Corp. Ltd.. nine months ended Sept. 30: J974, 54 cents a share. 1973. 45 cents Rcitman's Canada Ltd., nine months ended Oct. 21: 1974, cents a share; 1973, 48 cents. Ronyx Corp. Ltd., 12 months enderi Sept. 30: 1974, 17 cents a share. 1973. nine cents. Scott-Lasallr Ltd., nine months ended Oct 26- 1974, 24 2 cents a share. 1973. 4.8 rents. Sunlite Oil Co. Ltd.. year ended Sept. 30 1974, 24 cents a share. 197.1. no comparable figures available. John Lahait Ltd., six months ended Oct. 31 1974, share, 1973. Laidlaw Transportation Ltd., year ended Aug. 31: 1974, cents a share; 1973, 86.4 cents. Laura Secord Candy Shops Ltd., six months ended Oct. 31: 1974, loss, share, 1973, loss. Metropolitan Stores of Canada Ltd., nine months ended Oct. 31: 1974, 89 cents a share, 1973, 66 cents. Peoples Jewellers Ltd., nine months ended Oct. 26. 1974. 28 cents a share; 1973. no comparable figures available. 000 shares, up uom at the same time Monday. Trading was halted at the open in shares of Brinco and of Rio Algom, pending a release of information. Brinco last traded at and Rio Algom at Canadian Occidental Pete rose Husky Oil V4 to BP Canada to and Occidental Pete to Market trends VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were down in light trading on the Vancouver Stock Exchange Tuesday. Early volume was 30.620 shares. On the industrials board. lonarc was unchanged at .20. Skaist led trading in the mines and was down .01 Mi at .30. In the oils. Galveston was unchanged at On the curb exchange Belmora! Was unchanged at .19. Prices were down in light trading Monday. Closing volume was 1.191.388 shares. On the industrials board. Neonex was unchanged at EDP un- changed at .05; lonarc fell .05 at .20; Kaiser warrants unchanged at Wardair unchanged at Key un- changed at .06. In the mines, Skaist up .Ol'iat .32'.i: Colby mines fell .01 to Green Eagle down .01 at .21: Grandora down .02 at .54: Barrier Reef up .02 at 04. Seneca Developments led trading in the oils and was down .01 at .79. Payette down .01 at .15: Coseka down .03 on August Petroleum down at 10; Stampede up .01 at .53: Monterey A unchanged at .09. Molson A fell to Gulf Canada Vt to Venpower 15 cents to 65 cents and Royal Trust A Vfe to Teck B lost 10 cents to Granduc 10 cents to 90 cents and Pure Silver five cents to Mentor gained four cents to United Canso slipped to while Western Decalta rose three cents to Volume on the curb exchange was 454.950 shares. Tapin copper down .10 at J2.25. Deermaster down .03 at .57; Host Ventures down .01 lk at .30: Mark V down .30 at .80; Trevlac down .01 at 73 and Abaca up .01 at 48. NEW YORK (API Expectations of an expansive turn in government policies on the economy touched off a broad advance in the stock market Tuesday The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 10.56 at ?90.50, and gainers outpaced losers by 5-to-2 on the New York Stock Exchange. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index rose .17 to 58 43. The NYSE's composite index of more than 1.500 common stocks ad- vanced 61 to 35 31 Among Canadian issues on the NYSE. Dome Mines was down 'i to Campbell Red Lake '2 to and International Nickel to Seagrams was up to and Canadian Pacific to Alcan remained unchanged at Livestock Calgary CALGARY (CPl Receipts to 11 a.m. Tuesday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled about 1.050 head, mostly slaughter cows and heifers. Trade was moderate on slaughter heifers and strong on cows aivi bulls There were insufficient good slaughter steers sold to establish quotations. Heifers were selling a dollar lower. Cows sold SI.50 higher at a strong local demand. Bulls sold about higher. Heifers Al. 2 395041. A3 38-3950 Cows 01. 2 21-23 70. D3 17.50-21. D4 15- 17 50 Bulls 17 25-21 25 There were too few feeder cattle sold to establish a market There were no hogs sold to 11 a rn Beef futures WINNIPEG ICP) Live beef futures close Monday. Jan. 48.50A. March 48.50A. May 47.50N. Friday's volume- No contracts Currencies MONTREAL (CPi Tuesday's mid day foreign exchange selling rates supplied by the Bank of Montreal Bermuda dollar 1.0100 Denmark kroner .1760 France franc .2220 Germany mark 4105 Japan yen 003340 Mexico peso .0805 Netherlands guilder .3965 Spain peseta .0177 Sweden kroner .2380 Switzerland franc .3800 United States dollar .9900 United Kingdom pound 2 3300 U.S.S.R. ruble 1.3026 Quotations in Canadian funds Dollar value MONTREAL (CPi t; S dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Tues- day was up 1-50 at 17-25. Pound sterling was up 40-1QD at 43-100. in New York, the Canadian dollar was down 1-50 at 17-50 Pound sterling was up 9-20 at 1-2. Dividends THE CANADIAN PRESS Corporation dividends Friday, quarterly unless otherwise noted. Alminex Ltd.. 12 cents, initial. Dec 30. record Dec 16. Dales Co. Ltd.. pfd.. Dec. 30. record Dec. 16 Dow Chemical Co., 35 cents. U.S. funds, increase of five cents. Jan. 30. 1975. record Dec. 31. 1974 G and H Steel Industries Lid., seven cents, plus an extia of 40 cents. Dec 27. record Dec 13 Newfoundland Light and Power Co. Ltd., 20 cents. March 1. 1975, record Feb. 14, 1975. Hog prices EDMONTON (CPl Prices to 11 a.m. Tuesday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board Mon- day's prices in brackets: Edmonton- 53.35 (54.161 Calgary Nil (54.55) Red Deer: 53.35 154271, Lethbridge- Nil (5345i Fort Macleod Nil (53551. Hogs sold to II a.m. 223 Hogs sold Monday. 7.987. average 54 04 Sows average .10 45 Gold futures WINNIPEG (CPl Gold futures. US. funds, Winnipeg Commodity Ex- change close Monday. 400-ounce contracts: Jan 75 179.60: Apr 75 184.60: Jly 75 189 SOB; Ort 75 195 OOB. Jan76 201.20A. Friday's volume1 679 contracts 100-ounce contracts: Feb 75 181.40: May 75 IB" 50; Aug 75 192.00A. Nov 75 198 90B. Feb 76 204 60A. Friday's volume 220 Contracts Chicago markets CHICAGO (API Most commodity futures declined again on American Exchanges Monday, but there was a late show of strength in red meat futures Pork bellies rallied from a loss of 145 points, nearly the limit, on the Mer- cantile Exchange and closed with a limit gain of 150 points Live hog futures fell nearly a hundredweight then closed 35 above Friday's close and live cattle futures Rained nearly a hundredweight Silver futures again came undersell- ing pressure and fell 8 cents an ounce in New York, trimming a full loss of about 17 cents World sugar closed with another limit loss of 2 cents a pound despite active trade Copper and orange juice futures also were losers of some 50 to 100 points, while cotton and Maine potato futures closed steady. Soybean and soybean oil futures fell their limits for the second straight session The loss in soybeans was 20 cents a bushel and in sov oil I cent a pound Wheat, corn and oats aisi fell to limits in Chicago but recovered in the last hour The Weakness in soybeans and in soy oil was largely a carry over from Fri- day when both pits closed with limit declines At the close in Chicago, soybeans were down 20 cents a bushel. January 728: wheat was 7 to 14 cents lower, December 4 61. corn was 2 to 6 lower. December 3 5fi: and oats were 2 to 4'.j lower. December 1.81. Grain quotations Monday Wheat Dec 461; Mar 4 80. May 4 B2. Jul 4.50. Sep 4.56. Dec 4.S5. Corn Dec 355; Mar .162. May 3 fi.f'z. Jul 3.63 "2. Sep3 45. Mar ACCOUNTANT A position is available for an Account Payable accountant. 2 years experience required. Ex- cellent working conditions with company fringe benefits available to the successful applicant. Please reply in writing stating experience and expected salary to: Mr. M. D. 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