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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Market prices mixed in active TSE trade TORONTO (CP) - Prices on the Toronto stock market remained mixed in active mldmoniing trading today. The industrial index, considered tlie main indicator of market trend, was off .84 to 210.75. Ttie gold index rose 16.5 to 531.85, base metals .12 to 100.76 and western oils 1.33 to 269.04. Volume by lla.m. was 1,41 million shares, down from 1.53 million at the sam^ time Thursday. Advances and declines were equal at 147 with 190 issues unchanged. Paper and forest, trust and loan, general manufacturing and food processing stocks were among gaining stctors of the market while chemical, industrial mining, oil refining and bank groups were lower. In industrials, Moore fell 1^4 to mvt, Chrysler 1V4 to fl7VA, Home Oil A 1 to $54, AquiUine % to $^7>^ and Interpool V* to $13. pamour was up m to $l2>/3, Camflo 4i to and Denison >A to tSlVi. Placer fell to $2l'V4 and Jorex 15 cents to 86 cents. Sie1>ens Oil and gas gained '/t to $17^4 while Asamera lost > to %W/,. Montreal (CP) - Prices were generally lower in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Volume on the Montreal Stock Exchange at It a.m. was 514,100 shares, compared with 678,500 at the same time Thursday. Banks fell 1.76 to 260.30, the composite .75 to 221.04, industrials .64 to 238.00, and utiluties .63 to 139.69 while papers rose 1.53 to 125.47. Moore Corp. fell 1% to $49>/4, Pan OciBan Oil % to $16%, Dome Petroleum V4 to Hm, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 'A to $27V4, while Aquitaine Co. of Canada rose 1 to $27'/>. Among junior mines and oils, Beaver Mining Corp. remained unchanged at $1.95 on a volume of 28,000 shares. VANCOUVER (CP) - Prices were up Thursday in heavy trading on the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Volume was 3,054,107 shares. On the industrial board, lonarc closed at .75 on a volume of 9,800 shares. Thermo Plex rose .10 to .55 on 8,500 shares. Captain International rose .05 to .70 on 3,580 shares. Speculators Fund was at $1.15 on 3,550 shares, Mohawk preferred was at $2.80 and Four Seasons was at .65. Most active issue in the mines was Northair, up .29 at $2.35 on 523,600 shares. Copper Giant was at .28 on 294,-300 shares, Northair warrants were up .27 at $1.30 on 275,700 shares, Consolidated Standard was up .02 at .16 on 214,500 shares. High Hawk was up .01 at .25 and Bathurst fell .03 to $1.19. In the oils, Seneca Developments was up .06 at $1.36 on 56,600 shares. Vargas was up .01 at .18 on 42,000 shares, Alaska Kenai fell .09 to $1.26 on 21,000 shares, Coynex Developments rose .05 to .75 on 21,000 shares, August Petroleum rose .02 to .82 and Chap-paral was up ,01 at .11. NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks fell to profit-taking today after three straight days of gains as disillusionment with the Mideast troop pullback took hold in Wall Street. The noon Dow;Jones average of 30 industrials was /4. Gold issues generally improved on both markets. The market-value index was down .28 to 95.94. International Nickel, up 'A at $37^, topped NYSE volume leaders, while Kennecott fell n tot*0'/,, and Phillips Petroleum lost 3'/4 to $55V4. Chrysler lost 1 to $17%, and LeviU Furniture, sixth most active, fell % to $4%. Oils, steels, auto, electronics and rubber issues were generally lower. Some analysts felt investors were worried that oil companies might face stiff criticism when Congress reconvened. Exxon lost 2'A to $88%, SUn-dard of California dropped 1 to $30^, and SUndard of Indiana skidded 2'M to $96. Among Canadians on the New York exchange. Dome Mines gained 5V4 to $178, Hudson Bay 'A lot27'A, Seagrams % to $41 to $16%, and International Nickel >/� to t3TA. Mclntyre dro|)ped IV^ to $54, Alcan % to $37%, Canadian Pacific Vt to $16'/�, and MasseyFerguson 'A to $17V4. On the American exchange, Brascan was unchanged at $16'A. Chicago marksto CHICAGO (AP) Com and soybean futures moved sharply higher 'Thursday after the United States agriculture department reported its end-of-the-year production estimates for 1973 were lower than the previous forecast, Corn closed with a gain of 5'A cents and soybeans 11 cents, while soybean oil locked at the limit higher, 100 points. Soybean meal was up about $3.50 a ton. Wheat futures were mixed while oats gained 4'/: cents. Silver futures moved sharply higher again, gaining nearly nine cents an ounce and marking ah advance of about 37 cents since Jan. 2. Copper, world sugar and orange juice also advanced, but wool futures were down as much as six cents and cotton declined $10 a bale. Egg futures climbed as much as 200 points on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, but cattle futures fell up to 82 cents a hundredweight, while hogs and pork bellies were uneven. Grain close: Wheat: Mar 5.65; May 5.46; Jul 4.89Vz; Sep 4.88; Dec 4.90. Corn: Mar 2.92; May 2.95; Jul 2.97; Sep 2.91%; Dec 2.75'/j; Mar 2.79. Oats: Mar 1.6%%; May 1.65V4; Jul 1.62'/2; Sep 1,63. Wlnnlpag grain "LOANS $29,000.00 and over... Real Fast ... on any type of property . . . fast courteous service ... no red tape . . . Don't disturb your low Interest first mortgage. PntMlM FlMMI CWfintiN Ul, nm 282-64(5. Xaliiry". WINNIPEG (CP) - Oilseeds continued strong on active trading today at the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange: With buyers active in both flax and rapeseed, nearby months were at oi? approaching maximum prices levels. Deferred months were also strong, but on a lesser scale. Rye was hit by selling pressure that dropped prices about seven cents. The volume of trade Thursday was 684,000 bushels of rye, 1,961,000 of rapeseed and 668,000 of flax. Mid-session prices: Flax: May 30 higher 11.63; July 25 higher I0.70B; Oct. 20 higher 10.05B; Nov, 3 higher 9.53B. Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan 20 higher 8.05Br March 20 higher 7.77%B; June 14 higher 7.45; Sept. llVa higher 7.04B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 20 higher 7.25; July 9 higher 6.90B; Oct. 2 higher 6.37B; Nov. unchanged 6.19B. Dlvldanda By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dividends are quarterly unless otherwise noted. Abltibi Paper Co, Ltd., 7clfon at 504 AUCTIONEER JOEOYLERNo.305 Calgary'a Largest Aucllona Phone 244-2800 or 283-1394 for information 36th Avi. S.E.. Calfary. Albirta Rye: May 8Vj lower 3.77A; July 7Vi lower 3.62%A; Nov. not open. Grain quotes Tliursday basis Lakehead: High Low aoae Flax May 1133 1110 1133 Jly - 1045 1015 1045 Oct 985 9S5 985 Nov - - �50 Rapeseed Vancouver Jan - - 785 Mar 757% 739 757% Jun 731 711 731 Sep 692% 680 692'A Rapeaeed Thunder Bay May 716 702 70S Jly - - 681 Oct - - 635 Nov - - � 619 Rye May 388 382M> mi^A Jly 370V2 366 369^^ Nov - - 348 LIvMtock Calgary CALGARY (CP) - Receipts to 11 a.m. Friday from the Calgary public stockyards toUlled about 1,850 head, mostly replacement cattle and calves. Trade was active. There were insufficient slaughter cattle on offer to establish quotations. Replacements were mostly yearling steers weighing more than 750 pounds and |heifers,,more than 650 pounds. These met a good demand at steady to strong prices, Stocli calves were mainly in the 400 pounds and up weight range selling at steady prices. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 50-57.40. Good feeder steer^ under 750 pounds 51-57.25. Good feeder heifers more than 600 pounds 40-48.60. Good stock steer calves more than 400 pounds 50.62.25 with sales to 65. Good stock heifer calves more than 400 pounds 40-48.25. Hogs f,o,b, Calgary to 11 am, average base price 48,05, Hog prieas EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to 11 a^m, Friday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board with Thursday's average in brackets: Edmonton: Nil (48,38), Red Deer: Nil (47.84), Calgary: Nil)48,22). Lethbridge: Nil (48.62). Lloydminster: Nil (48.12). Fort Macleod: Nil (48.85). Total ho(;s sold 197, total Thursday 6,599, average 48.34. Sows average 35.05. �arnlnga ^ By THE CANADIAN PRESS Baton Broadcasting Inc., year ended Aug, 31: 1973, $2.9 million. 42 cents a share; 1972, $3.1 million, 51 cents. N.B. Cook Corp. Ltd., six months ended Nov, 30: 1973, $824,214,27 cents a share; 1972, $524,785, 18 cents. Gibraltar Mines Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973, $52.5. million, $4.60 a share; 1972, no comparable figures. Siebens Oil and Gas Lid. 14 months ended Oct. 31: 1973, $3,244,000, 36 cents a share: 1972, no comparable figures. Curranelaa MONTREAL (CP - Friday's midday foreign exchange nominal selling rates supplied by the Bank of Montreal: Australia dollar 1,49 Bermuda dollar 1,02 Denmark kroner ,1550 France franc financial .1990 Germany mark .3560 Italy lira commercial .001610 Japan yen .003360 Mexico peso .0805 Spain peseta .0177 Switzerland franc .2990 United States dollar .9955 United Kingdom pound 2.20 U.S.S.R. ruble 1,3395 Quotations in Canadian funds. Dollar valu� MONTREAL (CP) - U,S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Friday was down 1-50 at $0.99 6-25. Pound sterling was up 31-100 at $2.16 99-100. In New York, the Canadian dollar was up 1-50 at $1.00 19-25. Pound sterling was up 7-20 at $2.18 13-20. Gold futuraa WINNIPEG (CP) - Gold futures, U.S. funds, Winnipeg Commodity Exchange close Thursday. Jan 74 - 129.30A; Apr 74 - 135.70B; Jly 74 - 142.40B; Oct 74 - 146.00B; Jan 75 - 151.95A. Wednesday's volume: 289 contracts. Baaf futuraa WINNIPEG (CP) - Live beef futures close Tliursday. Jan - 52,50B; Mar - 55,00N; May -56,40A; Jly - 55,00B, Wednesday's volume: 10 contracts. The Herald Friday. January 18,1974 - THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -19 Business Stocka Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Doherty Limited WESTERN OILS Sandwell 5.75 AND MINES Teledyne 4.05 Afton Mines 8,75 Trimac 8.5Q Albany Oil .67 West Cdn Sd Pro 4.10 Almlnex 7,25 Westfleld Minerals 1.25 Asamera 12.12'/^ Weston A Pfd 59.25 Ashland Oil 11.62'/2 White Yukon 9.00 Alta East Gas 7.25 PIPE LINE STOCKS BP Canada 12.87y2 Alta Gas Line A 11.25 Brenda Mines 7.37'/! Alta Gas Line Pfd 66.00 Canada South S.37V8 Alta Nat Gas .19.75 Cdn Export Gas 3.45 Inland Nat Gas 9.50 Cdn Homestead 7.25 Gaz Metro 6.37'/4 Cdn Ind Gas 9.i2y8 Gaz Metro A Pfd 65.50 Cdn Long Island .18 . N and C Gas 11'.25 Chleftan 10.87'/! N and C Gas B Pfd 23.00 Cdn Superior 58.25 Pac Gas Trans 10.75 Dome Pete 41.62'/! Tr-Can Pipe 32.75 Dynasty 9.00 Tr-Can Pipe A Pfd 61.00 Fort Reliance .24 Tr-Can Pipe B Pfd 37.00 Giant Mascot 2.40 Tr-Can Pipe War 5.00 Gibraltar Mines 11.37'/� WC Transmission 23.00 Granlsle 8.50 WC Trans Wts 4.05 Great Plains 28.00 CALGARY Gt Cdn Oil Sds 11.00 Acroll .65 Lochlel Exp 2.80 . Barons Oils .04 Lytton Minerals 1.10 N Continental .02 Noble Mines .71 West Warner .27 North Cdn Oils 6.25 VANCOUVER Numac 16.12'/! MINES Pancdn Pete 12.75 Atlas Explor .35 Pan Ocean 16.75 Bath Norse 1.16 Petrol 1.90 Dankoe 2.35 Pinnacle .20'/! Davenport .34 Place Gas .50 Dolly Varden .30 Ponder .53 Equltorlal Res .16 Ranger Oil 41.00 Lornex 9.35 Scurry IRalnbow 21.75 Primer .11 Selbens 17.62'/! Pyramid Silver Standard .12 Spooner .32 1.78 Total Pete 7.12'/! Valley Copper 9.75 Ulster Pete 1.38 INDUSTRIALS United Canso 22.62'/! Col urn Brew 3.10 WC Pete 6.12'/! Key Industries .15 West Oecalla 8.12'/! Wardair 1.50 MISCELLANEOUS OILS INDUSTRIES August Pete .80 Acres Ltd ia75 Plains Pete .22 Aquitaine 27.00 Pond Explor .74 BC Sugar A Pfd 14.00 Stamp Inti Res .82 Block Brothers 3.70 MUTUAL FUNDS Cdn Pac Inv A Pfd 34.00 All Cdn Compound 6.53 7.10 Com Cap Corp Carting O'Keele A Pfd 2.50 All Cdn Dividend 6.90 7.50 24.50 All Cdn Ventures 3,39 3.68 Carling O'Keefe B Pfd 28.37'/! Amer Grow F 4.91 5.40 Crestbrook For Ind 8.50 AGF Special 2.60 Crowsnest Indus 26.50 Cdn Invest F 4.90 5.38 Falconbridge Cop 11.00 Collect Mutual 5.20 5.71 F and M Trust Co 5.00 Com Inter 13.24 Genstar 16.87'/! Com Leverage 3.14 Glob Com Units 40.00 Com Venture 5.37 Home on A 53.50 Corp Investors 6.24 6.66 Home Oil B 48.50 Corp Invest S F 4.68 5.36 Hudson Bay Co -17.25 Dreyfus Fund US 10.81 11.85 Hudson Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil A Pfd 47.50 Grt Pacific, 4.45 4.86 50.00 Grpd Income 3.03 3.33 Hugh Rus C Pfd 54.00 Grow Equity 7.22 7.93 Husky Oil 23.50 Invest Grow F 11.62 12.70 Husky Oil B Pfd 39.25 Invest Mutual 5.58 6.10 Husky Oil D War 8.00 Mut Accumulating 6.13 6.74 Husky OH E War 10.25 Mut Grow F 10.75 11.81 Hys of Canada 3.20 Nat Resources 4.81 5.29 Int Pro Pipe War 7.25 NW Cdn 5.15 S.66 Int Pro Steel 14.12'/! NW Growth 4.19 4.93 Kaiser Resources 4.40 Principal Growtii 6.08 6.64 Loblaw C Pfd 25.25 Provident Mutual 7.23 7.91 Magnasonlcs 5.75 Royfund 6.69 6.97 Pacific Pete 33.50 Temple Growth 7.14 7.82 Pac West Airlines 7.75 United Accum 4.59 5.04 Pe-Ben Oilfield 6.62'/! Unive'r Savings 7.91 8.70 Rainier Inc 3.75 Univest 5.64 6.19 Royal Trust' 27.25 Vanguard 5.83 6.39 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Acme .11 Advocate Asb. 1.30 Akaltcho 2.45 Bralorne ' 2.00 Broulan .66 Bethlehem 14.25 Bovis 1.90 Brunswick S.OO Can. NW Land 8.25 Canada Tung. 3.10 Casslar 10.00 Central Pat, 1.25 Chlmo 1.12 Conwest 4.75 Cons, Rambler 2.56 Coin Lake .19 Cochenour 1.15 Cralgmont 6.12'/! Dickenson Mines 7.00 Denison Mines 51.50 D'Eldona .41 Dome Mines 1.76 Discovery Mines East Malartic 1.06 6.75 East Sullivan , 2.36 Falconbridge 57.62'/! Frobex .23 First Marltlmes .66 Giant Y,K, 19.12'/! Granduc 3.40 Holllnger 45.00 Hudson Bay M&S 25.50 Hydra Ex. .42 Iron Bay 3.60 Iso 2.05 Jollet Quebec .12'/i Kerr Addison 13.87'/! Key Anacon 26 Labrador 42.00 Lake Shore 5.00 Langis Silver .07 Madsen R.L. 2.96 Malartic Q.F. 1.40 Martin McNeely .38 Maclntyre 51.50 Meta .14 MIdrIm .13 Intern Mogul Nu West Homes 8.50 8.87'/! New Athona .20 New Calumet .29 Noranda 48.50 Northgate 5.25 Pine Point 32.25 Placer Dev. 21.50 Pax Exp. 1.28 Quebec Man .19 Rayrock 1.30 Radlore .30 Rio Algom 33.62'/! Roman Corp. 13,37'/! Sherritt Gordon 13.75 Steep Rock 2.10 Sunnlngdale Oil 8.62'/! Tek Corp. 3.60 Texmont .20 United Canso 22,75 Western Mines 3.15 WH Copper Mines Wright Hargreaves 3.00 2.60 Wlllroy ' 1.22 Windfall .13'/! Yellowknife Bear 5.87'/! Zenmac .08 INDUSTRIALS Abitibi 12.37'/! Alcan 32.00 Algoma Steel 20.37'/! Atco Ind 16.00 Jannock 5.87'/! Agra Ind 9.75 Bell Tel 40.75 Brazilian Trac 16.25 New BC Tel 49.25 Burns 14,00 BC Forest 18.25 BC Sugar 20,00 Bow Valley Ind 28.75 Cable 14.25 CAE Ind 8.37'/! Carling O'Keefe 3.85 Chemcell 5.00 Cdn Cellulose 6.00 Cal Power 23.00 Coron Credit 2.25 CWN Gas Pfd 10.00 Cdn Industries 18.62'/! Cdn Marconi 3.80 Cdn VIckers 15.25 Chrysler CPR 17.37'/! 15.37'/! Comlnco 34.37'/! Cons Bathurst 26.50 Cons Gas 16.50 DIst Seagrams 40.75 Dom Bridge 36.00 Domtar 22.75 Dom Textile 9.00 Dom Stores 12.25 Dome Pete 41.62'/! Dofasco 23.37'/! Glendale Mobile 6.50 Grt Cdn Oil Sands 10.75 General Motors 51.00 Grt Lakes Paper 24.00 Gulf Oil Cda 32.50 Greyhound 18.00 Hawker Sid 5.00 Hiram Walker 48.87'/! Huron Erie 27.75 Imperial Oil 40.00 .Imasca 27.76 Int Nickel 37.25 Inl Pipe 21.62'/! Inv Group A 8.50 lU Intern'l 17.25 Indust Accept 16.75 Kaps 4.80 Kelly Doug A 5.00 Laurentide 8.75 Loeb 3.75 Loblaw A 4.95 Metropolitan 10.75 Mass Ferg 16.75 McMil Bloed 29.37'/! Moore Corp 49.12'/4 Molsons A 22.62'/! Molsons B , 20.50 Nachurs 15.00 North Cent 11.12'/! Power Corp 9,87'/! Price Co , 13,37'/! Rothmans 14,00 Shell CDA 19,12'/! Simpsons 7,75 Simp Sears 10.62'/! Steel Carrada 29,75 Selkirk A 13.50 Texaco 44,50 Traders Grp A Trans Mtn Pipe 14.75 14,87'/! Trans Can Pipe 32.75 Union Carbide 15,50 Union Gas 9.75 Union Oil 13,62'/! United Siscoe 7.37'/! Versatile Mfg 6,50 Wesleel 19.12'/! Woodwards A 18,50 West Cdn Seed 4.10 Zenith Elec 2,60 BANKS Cdn Imperial 27.12'/! Montreal 18.87'/! Nova Scotia 35.25 Royal 34.12'/! Toronto-Dom 35.00 (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr. T&T Anaconda Betti. Steei Chrysler Comsat Dupont General Motors Gulf Int, Harvester Kenn. Copper Montgomery Ward Sears Exxon Texas Gulf Texas Co; Wix Corporation .50.25 Woolworth 19.12'/! 27.12'A Westinghouse Eiec. 25.00 35.00 U.S. Steel 10.50 17.62'/^ Gen, Tel, Elec, 25,87'/! 37,75 TORONTO AVERAGES 166,75 20 Industrials 210,44 down 1,15 51.75 20 Golds 537,87 up 22,50 23 87','! 10 Base Metals 100,47 down ,17 25.87'/! 15 Western Oils 268,43 up .72 40.12'/! Volume 2.135,000 21.50 NEW YORK AVERAGES 84.00 20 Industrials 859.85 dowrn 12.30 88.37'/! 20 Rails 190.18 down 3.79 32.75 15 Utilities 93.11 up .12 29.00 65 Stocks 273.64 down 3.65 14.00 Volume 10.310,000 Diamond find secret Bruce Anderson, a Toronto taxi owner-driver, says he's on the trail of a big diamond discovery and the location is secret, but he knows what he's Ipoking for. This summer Mr. Anderson, with some help and his expert knowledge, will head for an undisclosed area to search for kimberlite. host rock of diamonds. Strong world interest in gold futures trade WINNIPEG (CP) - After only 14 months in operation, Uie gold futures market at the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange appears to t>e well established in the international trading community. Officials of the exchange point to the greatly increased volume of trading in the gold pit as evidence of strong international interest. During its first months, daily trade averaged little more than 20 contracts of 400 ounces each. The average so far this month is more than 265, with a redord number of 444 contracts valued at about 922 million changing hands on Monday alone. Robert Purves, chairman of the exchange's gold com- Urge hike in milk subsidies REGINA (CP) - The Dairy Farmers of Canada wound up their annual meeting Thursday by calling for an increase of at least $2 a hundredweight in payments and subsidies to milk producers. Milk producers now get $5 to $5.50 a hundredweight, plus |2 in subsidies if they are entitled to subsidies. A policy statement adopted by the convention listed three essential priorities for the industry, with the |2 increase being first. The other two were: -"A commitment by the federal government, and preferably by parliament in legislative form, to future maintenance of income from milk production at fully adequate levels." -"A single quota system for industrial milk and cream in place of the present two-part market share quota and subsidy eligibility quota system." U.S. dollar higher, gold price eases LONDON (AP) - The United States dollar strengthened in European ej:-changes today and reached a record peak in Milan. The price of gold eased both in London and Zurich. The British pound recovered slightly in relation to the dollar and ihore strongly in relation to the West German mark and French franc. The pound had fallen to an all-time low of $2.1625 earlier in the week. It opened in London at $2.1845, slightly above Thursday's $2.18375. But in Paris it was up to 10.9180 francs from 10.8550 and in Frankfurt it jumped to 6.2160 marks from 6.16. The dollar reached a record peak in Milan for the third straight day. It jumped ^ nine lire to 652. mittee, calls the activity "absolutely phenomenal." "The actual trade here is about one-third to one-half of that reputedly traded on the London bullion market," he says. Mr. Purves said the trade on the exchange started to drastically increase late last year with the entry til more international traders through local agents. With the increase in volume, the exchange started to play a larger role in setting gold prices. "The futures market is starting to influence the cash market instead of the other way around, and this is new," he says. Peter Huffman, exchange secretary, says earlier trading hours may have had some influence on the importance of the Winnipeg market. The gold futures market in Winnipeg - the only one of its kind in the world - also has been influenced by the strong upward pressure on gold prices generally during the last year. CAREERS Required for Northern and Arctic Operations FIELD MECHANICS SURVEYORS OPERATORS JUNIOR OPERATORS By: Petty-Ray Geophysical Inc. Reply in writing to: P.O. Box 1087, Calgary IPSCO REQUIRES PERSONNEL for the following Positions:  1st Class Journeyman Electrician  Heavy Duty Mechanics  IMachinists  Miilrights This is steady employment with good wages and all company benefits. Shift work is involved with shift premium paid. Applicants should have previous experience in industrial maintenance. APPLY: MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT INTER PROVINCIAL STEEL PIPE CORP. LTD. 6735  75 St., Edmonton, Aiborta Phone 1 -469-1321 We Have An Out-Of-The-Ordlnary Opportunity For A Sales Representative Who aro wo? FIRST we are one of Canada's fastest growing and most progressive real estate organizations as well as. being one of the leadng Trust Companies with offices from coast to coast. SECOND, we have a national purchaser referral system, international referral contacts, national photo listing system, corporate employee transfer plan and full managerial assistance. WE need someone who loves to get involved, who takes, pride in seeing the results of his labours, and who Is Interested in earning an upprir level commission income. IDEALLY this person will have had sales experience, preferably in the Real Estate field. But it is not essential as training is available. BECAUSE we are a growth company, the person we describe has unlimited potential for career management. IF we have been talking about you, let's have a confidential discussion. CALL: G. Line Coward Phono 327-8581 Canada Trust Buildlna Lathbrtdga, Albarta Canada Trust ;