Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, December 17, 1971 Industrial stocks advance strongly Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) - Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE Quotes) TORONTO (CP) - Industri-| als issues recorded strong advances as prices in most sectors j of the Toronto stock market climbed moderate mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was ahead 1.10 to 179.18, base metals .40 to 74.81 and western oils 1.08 to 214.44. Golds fell .37 to 146.96. Volume by 11 a.m. was 699,000 shares compared with 734,000 at the same time Thursday. Advances outnumbered declines 131 to 79 with 197 issues im changed. Banking, beverage, industrial mining, merchandising and real estate issues posted broad advances as 14 of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups moved higher. Steel, general manufacturing and oil refining issues drifted fractionally lower. Home A rose IVi to $33, Walk-er-Gooderham % to $41%, Kaps Transport % to $8 %, Hollinger V2 to $34%, Denison V2 to $24% and Asamera V> to $17%. Pan Ocean gained V.\ to SllVi, Lake Dufault % to $11',2, Inter- j national Utilities 'j to $40%, Genstar Vz to $13, Supertest ordinary % to $68V2 and Labatt % to $21'8. Toronto Star B fell % to $38%, Imperial Oil Vs to $31%, Canadian Tire A Vi to $35, Husky Oil Vs to $16%, Rank '/8 to $20% and Du Pont % to $19%. pi-annum �/j Temp Gr 7.62V2 United Ac 3.85 Universal Sav 11.37V2 Vanguard 1.85 VANCOUVER 29.00 MINES 2.50 Anuk 4.65 Arctic Mining 4.40 Atlas Explor 9.75 Bath Norse Brenda .O4V4 Churchill Copper .10 Croyden .02 Dankoe .50 Dolly Varden Dynasty Fort Reliance 5.40 7.22 4.89 6.10 4.48 5.82 5.60 5.37 7.78 63 12.25 15.50 1.10 6.85 6.30 1.48 6.95 9.50 10.07 11.04 .27'A .07V2 .30 .83 4.25 .65 .12 .50 .34 5.20 .35 5.00 7.40 .08 6.25 1.29 .09 .32 1.10 .37 .27 7.50 .05 Pay-tO'hunt on farmer, system rancher urged land Egg prices EDMONTON (CP) - Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the federal agriculture department. Eggs - To producers - A large 42; A medium 38; A small 22; B 22; C 6; Cracks 6. To retailers - A large 54; A medium 50; A small 34 to 36; B 34 to 39; C 32; Cracks 32 (two cents extra in cartons). To consumers (in cartons) - A large 59 to 61; A medium 56; A small 38 to 41. Poultry - To Producers - Live No. 1 chicken - Broilers, 22; 6 and over, 25V2; 5 and under 6, 22V2. Fowl - Under 4, 4. Turkey - Under 12, 25; 12 to 18, 25; over 18, 21V2. Live No. 2 chicken - Broilers, 19; 6 and over, 22%; 5 and under 6, 19 V2. Turkey - Under 12, 22; 12 to 18, 22; over 18, 19Va. Horne-Pitfield net income increases EDMONTON (CP) - Home and Pitfield Foods Ltd. today reported net income of $338,168 or 18.5 cents a share for the 28 weeks ended Oct. 16, compared with $280,846 or 15.3 cents a share for the same period last year. Sales amounted to $45,625,488 compared with $41,014,878 last year, an increase of $4,610,610 or 11.2 per cent. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 24.35, average Thursday, 24.01. Red Deer: 24.25, average Thursday, 24.42. Calgary: 24.40, average Thursday, 24.80. , Lethbridge: No sales, average Thursday, 24.81. Lloydminster: No sales, average Thursday, 23.57. Grande Prairie: No sales, average Thursday, 22.75. Total hogs sold 188, total hogs sold Thursday, 5,829, average 24.26. Sows average 14.65. DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT BAND MANAGER REQUIRED Ermineskin Band - Hobbema, Alta. QUALIFICATIONS - FINANCIAL AND GENERAL ADMINISTRATION UNDERSTANDING OF INDIAN ACT AND ABILITY TO WORK WITH INDIAN PEOPLE. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF SOCIAL PROGRAMS, TENDERING AND CONTRACT PROCEDURES - FARMING AND RANCHING. INTERESTED APPLICANTS SUBMIT LETTER IN OWN HANDWRITING TO: SECRETARY - ERMINESKIN BAND, BO. 219, HOBBEMA, ALBERTA, NOT LATER THAN DECEMBER 28, 1971. PLEASE INDICATE EDUCATION, WORK HISTORY, PROVIDE REFERENCES AND SALARY REQUESTED. INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD FOLLOWING CLOSING DATE OF APPLICATIONS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATON CONTACT THE ADMINISTRATOR - HOBBEMA, PHONE 585-3790. 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Desirable qualifications would include University graduation in Agriculture, Commerce, Economics or graduation from N.A.l.T. or S.A.l.T. in Business Administration. Quote Competition No. 71-AGR-O-EDM-70. Forward "Application for Employment" (Form PSC 367-401) available at Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centres and Offices of the Public Service Commission of Canada, and mail to:^ Canada Department of Agriculture, Personnel Administration Branch, 301 Confederation Building, 10355 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton 15, Alberta. Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 75.00 Giant Mascot Alta Nat Gas 20.75 Granisle Inland Nat Gas 12.62'/j Kamploops Copper N and C Gas 14.37Vj Uornex N and C B Pfd 29.00 Lytton Minerals 44Vi Pacific Gas Tr 12.75 Primer 1.04 Gaz Metro 5.25 Pyramid Gaz Metro Pfd A 46.00 Silver Standard Tr Cdn P 36.00 Texmont Tr Cdn P Pfd B 42.25 Troian Tr Cdn P Pfd A 66.50 Valley Copper Tr Cdn P War 10.25 WC Res WC Trans 24.25 INDUSTRIALS MUTUAL FUNDS Block Bros 3.00 All Cdn Com B.06 8.81 B.C. Sugar 19.12V3 8.99 9.83 B.C. Sugar Pfd 17.00 3.55 3.B8 Capt Inter 6.16 6.76 Crestbrook F Ind 4.67 5.12 Growers B 5.97 6.55 Key Indust 13.00 14.29 Hys 3.33 3.66 Interior , Brew , 5.51 6.02 Inter Mariner Corp Invest St F 4.80 5.25 Okanagan Hellcop Deryfus F U.S. 12.20 13.37 Pacific W Air Gr In Shares 3.35 3.69 Stampede Intl Res 6.21 6.82 OILS 10.86 11.67 Albany Oils .50 4.30 5.79 Plains Pete .27 5.25 5.75 Western Explor .llVa 24.50 All Cdn Divld All Cdn Vent Amr Gr F Cdn In F 5.62'/j Col Mutual 30.50 Cmnw Inter 35.87'A Cmnw Lev 24.37VJ Corp Invest 25.00 5.50 6.00 12.75 32.50 31.50 18.25 5.50 3.60 3.65 .18 2.85 3.35 .68 5.87V2 11.00 .70 Gr Equity Invest Gr F Invest Mutual Mutual Ac Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quoles) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (saiono -"J'� 00=11) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaitcho Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Central Pat. Chimo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cralgmont Dickenson Mines Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Marltimes Giant Y.K. G-anduc Headway R.L. Hollinger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Is* Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Lanals Silver Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyre Meta Midrim Intern Mogul New West Home New Athons New Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Northgats .22 1.15 .42 1.60 .02 18.00 2.45 1.52 18.00 1.40 1.20 6.95 1.50 .08 .24 6.25 .80 24.00 .04 .41 54.25 .07 .66 .90 2.50 71.50 .31 .43 7.50 5.00 6 00 34.00 Norlex Opemlska Oslsko Patlno Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherrltt Gordon Steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmont Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Hargreaves 1.15 Willroy -77 Windfall -08 Yellowknlfe Bear 4.30 INDUSTRIALS .53 .10 1.05 .21 14.50 5.05 14.25 2.33 4.75 .36 1.70 2.41 Abltibi Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Agra Indust Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest 19.37'A B.C. Suaar .16 Bow Valley Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indust Canda S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers .06Vi Chrysler �4\00 CPR .10'/j Cominco .15 Cons Bath 7.40 Cons Gas 7.75 C.W.N. Gas .09 Dist Sea .19 Dom Bridge 1.70 Domtar 31.42V) Dom Textile 4.40 Dom Stores 6.50 3.05 1.26 .20 6.45 .16 35.00 2.35 .06 .55 .60 .25 Dome Pete 7.75 Dofasco .24 CAB 14.75 Fd of Amer 23.12V2 Gt Cdn Oil 25.95 Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imasca Int Nclkel Int Pipe Inv Go A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentide Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Metro Stores I8.12V2 MasseyFerg 12.75 McMillan Bloe 6.75 Moore Corp 8.62Vi Molsons A 45.75 Molsons B 18.00 North, Cent 62.75 Power Corp 12.50 Price Co 18.25 Rothmans 19.12V2 St Law Corp 28.50 Shell CDA 6.62Vj Simpson's 4.10 Simp Sears 2.90 Steel of Can 27.25 Selkirk A 1.10 Texaco 11.00 Traders Gp 13.87'A Trans Mtn 40.00 Union Gas 2.60 Union Oil 9.B7V2 Versatile Mfg 28.00 Wcstect 13.12'A Union Car 21.00 Weston's B 6.25 Woodward's A 20.00 West Cdn Sd 20.75 Zenith Elec 20.50 BANKS 20.87'/; Can Imperial 10.62Va Montreal 18.25 Nova Scotia 14.00 Tor-Dom Pp 32.37V2 24.00 13.12V2 70.00 5.25 7B.75 17.00 24.871/j 14.75 2.25 25.50 40.00 31.37V2 18.75 24.62V2 30.00 7.87V2 40.87V2 19.37V2 10.25 5.50 3.90 5.00 14.75 10.25 23.00 38.37Vj 18.50 18.50 14.50 5.00 6.75 14.25 19.50 36.87V2 21.25 28.00 26.12V-1 16.50 34.75 15.62V2 20.62V2 14.75 43.50 3.10 13.25 12.62V2 17.25 23.75 4.35 2.20 26.00 18.00 31.62'A 29.50 CALGARY (CP) - Ranchers and farmers should bo. compensated for game taken from their land by the men who hunt there, says a report prepared for the Western Stock Growe-s Association. The association has passed thd report to the provincial government and urged a pay-to-hunt system that would also involve more control over leased crown land. HUNTER RAPPED The report was prepared by consultants Hedlin, Menzies and Associates Ltd. of Toronto who described a typical Alberta hunter as "one of a mob of armed men" who is not welcome on the land. "The only aspect of the pursuit of game that remains as a reminder of the frontier is the insistence of the modern Alberta hunter that game is frpe. "Today two, 500 - pound elk cm an Alberta ranch consume an amount of grass almost equivalent to that consumed by � 1,000 - pound cow and the presence of 100 elk on a range constitutes a subtraction of 50 head of mature cattle from the capacity of the range." The farmer thus bear? the cost of the raising the game and that of the annual hunter invasion "with all the inherent, risk of fire, damage to fences, wounding of livestock and disruption of productive activities on the farm or ranch.': The current system has a "builtjn incentive" to minimize the amount of game. Most great changes in game populations are the result of habitat loss and "the single most important element in the future of hunting is the attitude of those who control the habitat." If ranchers seek changes in game laws and management, said the report, it would be as much in the interests of the game herd and hunters and the rancher. The idea of compensation for the use. of leased land by wild- life drew i strong rebuttal from Bob Scammell, vice - president of the Alberta Fish and Game Association, who said "in a lot of ways the ranchers are a greedy bunch of bounders." Before entering into a discussion of a pay - to - hunt system "we would like to have something done about' the terrible situation in the province re- garding the use to which publio land is being put." Public lands have steadily been closed to hunting and fish* ing and "grazing leases are notoriously restrictive in this sense." The need to hunt on private lands would not be so great if there was not such a loss of public lands, he said. Brothers won't lose farm for failing to pay taxes WABAMUM (CP) - Two brothers who have lived on a section of farmland since 1943 gained a last - minute reprieve from the auctioneer's hammer Thursday. Municipal Affiars Minister Dave Russell said he was intervening directly to prevent the two from losing their farmland, 40 miles west of Edmonton. In a letter to Albert and Denzil Jones, who have farmed the land since 1943, Mr. Russell assured them he would not approve the tax sale of two of their quarter sections last Monday by the County of Parkland. There was no bidding on the other two sections. A total of $2,469 in back taxes covering almost 15 years is owed by Albert, 62, and Denzil, 53, and the county sent final notice on Sept. 22 saying that if the taxes are not paid within 30 days, the land would be auctioned. Bidding on the first quarter section ended at $3,300 and on the second $2,765, but 'since such sales require ministerial approval before being valid, the minisler's letter pre-empted the county's action. Mr. Russell told the brothers that their $300 down payment 10 days ago on the taxes owed was what prompted his intervention. The brothers, who spent the depression years working on British Columbia fruit farms to raise the money to buy their farm, have promised "to sell cattle as early as possible" to pay off the taxes. TSetv York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Copper ' 42.00 Sears 98.00 20 Golds 146.84 off .49 16.50 Std Oil of N.J. 73.87'/! 10 Base Met 74.62 up .21 28.50 Texas Gulf 115.87V2 15 W Oils 214.18 up .82 28 75 Texas Co 34.75 Volume 1,288,000 60.12Va Wlckes Corp 52.00 NEVu YORK AVERAGES 136.75 Woolworth 48.50 ,n . rtll,t 071 n UD vt 80.00 Westlnghouse Elec 45.12'A 30 ,nd"st up � 30.37V2 20 RailS 23'' - - P l6AVA U.S. Steel 28.50 24.75 TORONTO AVERAGES Montgomery Ward 31.871/2 20 Indust 179.11 up 1.03 15 Utilities 111.42 off .13 65 Stocks 302.26 up .09 Volume 9,110,000 Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) - Vancouver rapeseed futures were developing a slow trend towards higher prices but trading continued light through mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Exporter buying was improv- Stands trial for death CALGARY (CP) - John Clement Moiny, 27, of Calgary was committed to stand trial in Alberta Supreme Court on a charge of non-capital murder. He was arrested following the Oct. 20 death of Delma GetUe, 33, of Calgary, whose body was found in a downtown apartment. Housing loan for Stettler OTTAWA (CP) - A federal loan of $198,670 has been approved for the Alberta Housing Corp. for construction of a housing development of 14 semi-detached units for low-income families in Stettler, Alta., Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. announced today. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) - Live beef futures close Thursday. Jan - 34.30B; Mar - 33.10B: May - 32.85N. Wednesday's volume: 10 contracts. ing and meeting with fairly good offerings from commission houses and locals. Other commodities had only light trade with prices moving only fractionally. Thursday's volume of trade was 755,000 bushels of rye, 494,-000 of flax and 933,000 of rape-seed. Mid-session prices Flax: Dec. % lower 2.37%B, May % lower 2.467/sB, July % lower 2.47%B. Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. 1% higher 2.58A, March 1% higher 2.61A, June 2 higher 2.GI1/2A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec. % higher 2.41%B, May % higher 2.50, July Vz higher 2.49V4B. Oats: Dec. not open, May Vz lower 67A, July not open. Barley: Dec. unchanged 1.07A, May % lower l.OBVfeB, July Vs lower 1.08A. Rye: Dec. not open, May % higher 1.02%A, July not open. Grain quotes Thursday (basis Lakehead): CPR bid decision reserved CALGARY (CP) - The Canadian Transport Commission reserved decision 001 an application by Canadian Pacific Ltd. to purchase up to 50 per cent of Commercial Solid Pipe Line Co. of Toronto. Eight petroleun>sulphur companies and the governments of Alberta amd Saskatchewan objected to Canadian Pacific's bid. The objectors stressed the purchase would lessen competition between various modes of transportation. Commercial Solids, controlled by Shell Canada Ltd., is researching the pipeline movement iof sulphur but has no immediate plans to construct a sulphur slury line. F. S. Burbidge of Montreal, Canadian Pacific vice-president, told the commission his company wants sulphur traffic to continue by rail as long a.s it is economical. It wants to be in a position to offer traffic by pipeline if rising costs make it impossible to continue sulphur shipments by rail, he said. Tractor plant site talked MOOSE JAW (CP) - City officials met with a delegation of Romanian officials hero to discuss location of a proposed tractor-assembly plant. Mayor J. E. Pascoe said "it would appear the Romanian officials are keeping an open mind in regard to the best possible location on the prairies." "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 markets." Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Loblaw Groceterias Co. Ltd., pfd. series B 40 cents Jan. 15, record Dec. 28. G. Tamblyn Ltd., common 20 cents plus extra of 25 cents pfd. 50 cents, both Jan. 3, record Dec. 20. Canadian Pacific L t d., ordinary 34 cents; four per cent Canadian funds pfd. 30 cents four per cent United Kingdom pfd. 26 cents Canadian, all Jan, 28, record Dec. 22. FARM RETURNS Total cash receipts from farming in Canada reached a record $4,385,378,000 in 1968. RECONDITIONED COMMERCIAL SHUFFLEBOARDS FOR SALE Phone 327-7110 UNITED SHUFFLEBOARD AND. GAMES GROUNDS SUPERVISOR The Medicine Hot School District No. 76 requires the services of a qualified man to assume complete responsibility for a year round grounds maintenance program. The successful applicant will have training and experience in horticulture as well as experience with the maintenance and repair of grounds service equipment. This is a permanent position offering an excellent starting salary and a fuill range of fringe benefits. Apply experience 14, 1972 toi in confidence giving complete resume of aH qualifications no later than January E. MURRAY, Secretary-Treasurer, Medicine Hat School District No. 601 First Avenue S.W. Medicine Hat, Alberta. 76, DEPARTMENT Of EXTENSION f MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME SPRING TERM DEPARTMENT OF EXTENSION THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA High Low Close Flax Dec 237% 236% 237% May 247 l/i 246 247V4 Jly 247% 247J/8 2477/s Rapeseed Vancouver Jan 258% 256 256% Mar 261% 258% 259% June 260% 259% 259Vi Rapeseed Thunder Bay Dec 241 240 240% May 250 249% 249% Jly - - 249 Oats Dec 63 Vz 63 Vs 63% May 67Vi 67% 67'/2 Jly - - - 68 Barley Dec - - 107 May - - 108% Jly - - 108% Rye Dec - - 96l/ii May 103% 102 102% Jly - - 103% Course: PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION* Duration and Time: 17 weeks, Monday evenings, 7-10 p.m. Commencing: January 10, 1972 Instructor: Ralph Thrall, Jr. * This course is accepted by the Institute of Canadian Bankers as credit toward their Fellowship. For further Information plsai* write CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES, Department of Extension, The University of Alberta, Edmonton EATON RECORD PRICE CORRECTION A correction on the record ad that appeared in Thursday nighfs Lethbridge Herald is as follows: TOP HIT STEREO LP's as listed under manufacturer's clearance, are, sale, each 4� Manufacturer's Clearance of Stereo Albums 1 .33 SALE, EACH We are sorry for any Inconvenience caused our customers through this error in the record ad. Please accept our apology.