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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD December 1971 Industrial stock s advance strongly TORONTO iCIi Industri als issues roctided strong ad vances as prices in most sectors of the Toronto stock market climbed moderale midmorning trading The industrial index was ahead to base metals 10 to and western oils to Golds fell to Volume by 11 was shares compared with at tiie same time Advances outnumbered de clines 131 1 79 with 1I7 issues industrial merchandising and real estate isues posted broad ad vances as 14 nf the industrial indexs 17 moved general manufacturing and oil refining issues drifted fractionally Home A rose to Walk erGooderharn i to Kaps Transport to Hollinger to Dcnison to S2Ps and Asamera i to Pan Ocean Coined to Lake Dufault U to Inter national UtililkS lo GcnsUir to SuplTtest or dinary to and Labatt a to Toronto Star B Ml i to Imperial Oil to Cana dian Tire A i lo Husky Oil to Rank to and Pont s to w CPi Prices in all sectors moved forward in light trading on the Montral stock market Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 was shares compared with the same time Thurs On industrials rose to utilities SS to banks lo papers to and the composite to I Falcoiiliridge rose to Home Oil A S to DistillersSeagrams W to WalkerGooderham Sri to and Yelcro Industries JIZ to Iruit slocks decline OTTAWA CPi Slocks of fruit and vegetables at t were well under the totals for a year Statistics Canada reported There were 1 million pounds of apples in cold storage at the beginning cf the compared with million pounds a year The Iota lor all frozen and preserved fruit was million compared with million last increased in supply to million pounds from 11 There were ino 3 million pounds of up from P while supplies fell ft billicn pounds from The total for all frozen vege tables was million down I Velcro declared i quarterly dividend of 10 cents per share payable 2 to shareholders of record Th company previously paid four cents Credit Fonder lost IK to Murphy Oil to and Toron toDominion Bank to On the Canadian Laduburo Oil rose six cents to 95 cents on shares NKW YORK API Stock prices edged modestly higher in active trading today as the cur rent stock market rally lost some of its The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 22 at Earlier it was up more than Among Canadians on the hi Distillers Seagrams moved ahead 21s to and Walker Goodcrham rose 1s to Mclntyre Porcupine lost 1 to On the Brascan was U higher at Plane fares schedule Iannounced 1 MONTREAL CPI The In lernational Air Transport Asso elation announced today com pletion of a new air fares sched ule for European 1K Middle East and The Montrealbased trade as sociation of 108 world airlines said the settlement was con cluded in Geneva as part of the talks to establish air j fares for 1972 in various regions in the I IATA said first class and economy class fares between European countries will in crease by about five per Cost of travel between Europe and Africa will increase by about five per but individ ual excursion fares will be in troduced between Europe and African West and IndianOcean j Several low group fares I between Europe and Africa are I In he introduced into the setts effntivc in The Geneva conference car her this week announced settle ment of the contentious North Atlantic which was faced with a possible openrate situa tfrm because airlines flying be hucn America and Eu rope could not agree on a com mun fares llorncPitlicld net income increases ICDMONTON CP1 Home and Pitfield Foods loday reported net income of or cents a share for the 23 weeks ended com pared with or a share for the same pe riod last Sales amounted to compared with last an increase of or per DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT BAND MANAGER REQUIRED Ermineskin Band QJAUFICATIONS FiNANCIAt AND GENERA AD MINISTRATION UNDERSTANDING OF INDIAN ACT AND ABItlTY TO WORK WITH INDIAN GEN ERAl KNOWLEDGE OF SOCIAl TENDER ING AND CONTRACT PROCEDURES FARMING AND INTERESTED APPLICANTS SUBMIT LETTER IN OWN HANDWRITING TO SECRETARY ERMINESKIN BO NOT LATER THAN DECEMBER PtEASE INDICATE WORK PRO VIDE REFERENCES AND SALARY INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD FOLLOWING CLOSING DATE OF FOP FURTHER INFORMATON CONIACI THE ADMIN ISTRATOR PHONE Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALT Calgary livestock CALGARY CP Receipts on the Calfiary lives oct market to 11 about 850 heac y mostly replacement cattle cone sisting of slock ca ves am o Tra e Slaughter cattle offered were mostly cows of medium am canncr grades selling at steady 7 Bulls were n Good slaughter cows 22 lo mcdum 0 canners and cutters 17 to o Good bulls to 25 with i lot of 15 selling at They weighed pounds k A classes and grades cf ren placements met a good e Replacements w ere mostly shortkeep steers more than 801 stocl and ie feeder cows with prices P Stock calves sold s P Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 33 to S less than 750 35 to Good s stcck and feeder cows 20 to fl Good sloe steer calves 3 o 10 Good stock heifer calves 33 1 to Hogs base price quotations Montreal Supplied hv Doht1lyRoadlioiisc mid LAST BID OH Quoins Uuotes i nv Quotes WESTERN OILS Hud Ray Oil 75 Mutual 1V A rujnpx 5JO Hud linv Oil Pfd 6I 7 Alri Fist i Huqh Ruiscl fj W I S R9 AtHticra 00 Huiky Oil N W 5 610 Hisky Oil R Gr JOB HP Oil Ciai 55 Husky Oil War 5 5J Can Soulh inter Prnv Pipe XB7 3 Temp Or 51 Cdn Ex Gas 335 Prov Steel Unilcd V 53 Ctn Homcild Kaiser RPS Unwersol 7 03 778 C tn Unmo Pfd Lake Dufaulf Vanqunrd Cdn Ind Gas Oil 9 CO MGF VANCOUVER Cdn Lnnq 1 Pacific Prtt MINES Cdn Super Rainier Co Anuk Wi C larter Telcdyne Arctic fhirftan West Ctfn Seed Atlas E Dome Pet White Yuknn Bath Nor Dynamic Pete 97 CALGARY Gt Plains Biircns Oil Churchill Gt Cdn Oil AAaditon Croyden 2 LcthiPl LtS North Conr Dankor Milt City 20 West Wnrnrr Dolly Vardfn 34 Conf PIPELINE STOCK5 Dynasty on farme CALGAKY CP Handlers and farmers should compensated for game taken from Iheir and by the men who hunt says a report prepared for the Western Stock Grmves The association has passed tlw report to the provincial government and urged a pay total system that would also involve more control over leased crown HUNTER RAPPED The report was prepared by consultants Mnnzies anil Associates of Toronto who described a typical Alberta hunter as one of a mob of armed men whj is not welcome on the The only aspect of the pursuit of game that remains as a reminder of the frontier is the insistence cf the modern Alborta hunter that game is Today 500 pound elk en an Alberta ranch consume an amount of grass almost cciuiva ent lo that consumed by s pound cow and the presence of ICO elk on a range constitutes a subtraction of 50 head of mature cattle from the capacity of the The farmer thus bear the cost of tho raising the game and that of the annual hunter invasion with all the inherent risk of damage to wounding of livestock and disruption of productive activities en the farm or The current system has a uiltin incentive to minimize the amount of Host great changes in game populations are the result of habitat loss and Hie single most important element in the future of hunting is the altitude of those who control the If ranchers seek changes in game laws and said the it would be as much in the interests of the game herd and hunters and Ihe The idea of compensation for the use of leased land by system rancher ire drew t strong rebuttal from Job vice president jf the Alberta Fish and Game who said in a lot of the ranchers are a greedy bunch of Before entering into i discussion of a pay to hunt systom we would like to have sonicJung clone the terrible situation in the province land arding the use to which land is being Public lands have steadily been closed to hunting and fishing and grazing leases are nooribusly restrictive in this The need to hunt on private lands would not be so great if there was not such a loss of public he for failing lo WABAMUM CP Two brothers who have lived on a section of farmland since IMS trained a reprieve From the auctioneers hammer Municipal Affiars Minister Dave Russell said he was intervening directly to prevent the from losing their 40 miles west of In a letter to Albert and Dtinzil who have farmed Ihe land since Russell assured them he would not approve the tax sale of two of their quarter sections last Montay by the County of There was no bidding on the other two A total of in back taxes covering almost 15 years is owed by and and the county sent fina notice on 22 saying that if the taxes are not paid within 30 the land would be Bidding on the first quarter section ended at and lose farm pay taxes the second but srnca such sales require ministerial approval before being ths miiiislcrs Idler preemptol the cmmlvs Russell told the brothers that their S300 down payment 10 days ago on the taxes owed was what prompted his The who spent tho depression years working on British Columbia fruit farms to raise the money to buy their have promised to sell cattle as early as possible to pay off the 137S Atta Gas Tr Pfd 7500 Giant Mascot Pan Cdn Pete 5 50 Alta Nat Gas Granislc Q Pan Ocean CO Inland Nat Gas Kamploops Copper ffl Prrmo N and C U37Va Lorntx petrel 1 N flncl C 8 Pfd Lytton Pinnacle Pacific Gas Tr Primer 09 Place Gas Gaz Metro 525 Pyramid 53 Gai Metro Pfd A Silver Standard MO Ranccr 1255 Tr Cdn P Texmont Scurry Rain Tr Cdn P Pfd B Trojan Sntnner Tr Cdn P Pfd A Valley Cnfn cLhpn r fi5 Tr Cdn P War WC Trfil WC 25 INDUSTRIALS nrtcr MUTUAL FUNDS Block 500 Oecalta All Cdn Com Sutjar PrtP 9 SO All Cdn Divd Sutkir Pfd MISCELLANEOUS All Cdn Vent Cnpt Inter INDUSTP1ES Amr Gr P Crestbrnok F Ind Aoualaine 2J W Cdn In f Growers B RHnrT Col Mutual Key Induct IB THn Hrfw A Tmnw Inter 1100 Hy5 5B5 Cdn BrSw B Cmnw Lev Interior ParHir Inv 24 371 5 Corp Invest Inter Groyne Ind 25 0 Corp Invest St F Okanagfln A 550 F Pacific W Air B 400 Gr In Shares Intl Res r r 19 75 Or Faulty 6 E2 OILS H ml A Gr F Albflny Oils 50 home H lnvpit Mutual Plains Prto 27 KS Bay CO Mutual Ac Western Explor Toronto industrials Stipplipd Bv Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE Quoles OuolK BraiornE Pne Poinl Gt cinoil Sthtm 1M Quebec Man i cSnwost 0 SherAll Portion ImperJoii Taxmifnl0 Int Pipe Wrlohl Horgretves 1 15 Indus Acrept Horn Willroy do S DiSivlrv Minos Aoiliti MclraNlortl IS Suflltan Alapma Steel 175 McMillan Blc Falconbrldiie Alco Ind 67 Moors Corp Frohny Aara MolSons A B0 Maritime Lanois Silver i Dom sforts MOO JVcic Yorfc stocks Supplied By Richardson Scciirilios of Canada Amr T and T U 00 Sears 70 ComsaT Wickcs Corp 52 YORK AVERAGES nt TORONTO up Montoomerv Ward 20 Indus up Volume By THE CANADIAN PRESS Loblsw Groceterias scries B 40 cents record Taniblyn common 20 cents plus extra of 25 cents 50 both record Canadian Pacific L t ordinary 34 cents lour per cent Canadian funds 30 cents four per cent United Kingdom 26 cents all record Egg prices EDMONTON CP Weekly egg and poultry report issued hv he federal Eggs To producers A large 42 A medium 38 A small 22 B 22 C 6 Cracks To retailers A large 54 A v medium 50 A small 34 lo 36 B 34 to 39 C 32 Cracks 32 v two cents extra in To d consumers in cartons A 10 large 59 o il A medium 56 A small 33 to s Poultry To Producers es Live chicken v i 22 6 and 25Vi 5 and un1C der Fowl Under u Turkey Under I1 25 plant site talked MOOSE JAW CP City officials met with a delegation of Romanian officials hero lo discuss location of a proposed tractorassembly Mayor Pascoe said it would appear the Romanian officials are keeping an open mind in regard to the best possible location on the We think Moose Jaw is an ideal site for the factory because of our location in the centre of the wheat growing area and our direct connection with American RETURNS Total cash receipts from farming in Canada reached a record in 15 to 25 over 2 Live 2 chicken 19 R and 5 anc under Turkey Under 22 2 to 22 over COMMERCIAL SHUFFLEBOARDS FOR SALE Phone 3277110 UNITED SHUFFLEBOARD GAMES bid decision reserved CALGARY CPI The Canadian Transport Commission reserved decision on an application by Canadian Pacific to purchase up to 50 per cent of Commercial Solid Pipe Line of Eight p e L r o 1 e n nrsulplmr companies and the governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan objected to Canadian Pacifics The objectors stressed the purchase would lessen competition between various modes of Commercial controller by Shell Canada is researching the pipeline movement of sulphur but has no immediate plans lo construct a sulphur slurv Burbidgc of Canadian Pacific told the commission his company wants sulphur traffic to continue by rail as long it is It wants to be in a position to offer traffic by pipeline if rising costs make it impossible to continue sulphur shipments by he iv Hog prices ld EDMONTON CP AvcrJn age prices to 11 provided 03 hv the Alberta Hog Producers re Marketing d Edmonton average r Red Deer average ei Calgary average a Lethbridge No sa age Lloydminster No avv erage Grande Prairie No sales average Total hogs sold total i hogs sold average Sows average SUPERVISOR The Medicine Hat School District 76 requires the services of a qualified man lo assume complete responsibility for a yoar round grounds maintenance The successful applicant will have training and experience in horticulture as well as experience with the maintenance and repair of grounds service This is a permanent position offering an excellent starting salary and a full range of fringe Apply in confidence giving complete resume of experience aH qualifications no later than January 1972 to Medicine Hat School District 601 First Avenue Medicine CROPS ne There nre more than 20 hortiay cultural crops grown in Canada 68 with a farm value of more than ic million Grain pri Winnipeg Grain i WINNIPEG CPi rapesccd futures wore developing a slow trend towards higher prices but trading continual light through midsession of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange Exporter buying was review sim bouses and Other commodities had only light trade with prices moving only Thursdays volume of trade was bushels of of flax and of Midsession prices Flax ns lower May 3s lower July Vancouver ln higher March la higher 2 higher R apes eed Thunder Bav higher May higher July 2 higher Oats not Hay lower July not B a r 1 c v unchnngef Miiv lower July i lower Rye not May hiphrr t July not oprm qimY1 Thursday Max Dec ii7i Mav 2l7i Clli e 1 1 88 i By Gene Fawcette i THE W NCCVV OFTHE FUTURE 10 1 IS NOW FIRST RETORTED HERE AS EXPERIMENTAL ITS NOW AVAILABLE ASA WiNCOWWHICH INSULATES AGAINST HEAT MUFFLES UNWANTED SCREENS OUT j SOLAR GLARE AMP WARMS I TKANSfHROfT C04TIN9 KeflKTS HEAT AND U6HTANP 41SO MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME SVWITo SPRING TERM T DEPARTMENT OF EXTENSION THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA Course PERSONNEL Duration and Time 17 Monday 710 Commencing January 1972 Instructor Ralph This course is accepted by the Institute of Canad an Bankers as credit toward their Follows hi For fytilir Information wr 1 CERTIFICATE Peprutmonl of The University of trial i for death CALGAKY Cll John of Calgary was committed to stand trial in Alberta Supreme Court on a charge of noncapital He was arrested following the 21 death of Delma of whose body found in a downtown loan for nctfon publlque 1 nada ICII A federal loan of has been approved for the Alberta 2474 217s IaposePil VniHouvcr Jan 25i3i Mar motely 3 to 6 montho for construction of a limisj ing development of semide 1 laciicd units for lowincome families in Ceil v 1 Irnl Mortgage and Housing announced ins correction on the record ad that appeared in Thursday nights Lcthbridgo Herald is as follows TOP HIT STEREO IPs 429 Manufacturers Clearance of Stereo Albums EACH We aro sorry for any inconvenience caused our customers through this error in the record Please accept our apo tl include qrac utilion Economics or cjraduaiion from Quote futures WINNIPEG CP Live Iwcf futures Jan Mar May Wednesdays Hi contracts 117 Hi 2 HI llarlrv Dor 1117 Mav Fvp Dee May Jly nploymcnt Form PSC 367401 Cannda Manpower Control and o Commission of and of Person no Adcdcrnlion 10355 ;