Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Grain prices WINNIPEG (CPJ-Iiapeseed prices gained more than five ceuLs on strong exporter buy- Ing at mid-session on the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange today. The stronger price paltcm re- jected a similar trend in Chi- cago soybeans Monday. The U.S. markets arc closed lodoy for the Independence Day holiday. Flax prices also advanced on good commission house busi- ness, posting gains of more than two conls. Rye prices were up 2'A cents on local and commission house interest as well as domestic shipper buying. Friday's volume of tndo bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: July 1% higher 2.81A; Oct. 2 higher Nov. higher 2.02B; Dec. higher 2.70.% Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. 5Vi higher Nov. higher 2.5SV'zA; Jan. 3'i higher 2.5GB. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July 4T'g higher 2.33'M; Oct. higher Nov. higher Dec. higher 2.38 S4B. Oats: July unchanged Oct. unchanged 70V4A; Doc. not open. Barley: July higher l.IO'M; Oct. higher Dec. higher 1.12VJA. Hye: July 1% higher l.OOVsB; Oct. 2% higher De 114 higher 1.0014B. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, McCualg Limited) LAST BID Oil SALE a.m. Quotes) i.rn. QuotM) l.m. PMM) i.M Alia- Hail CH Asnmera Ash. Oil ind Gns 10.50 B.P. Oil nd Cns 5.10 Con. South 6.00 Cdn. Ex. GJI Cdn.' lnets. Oil v'.svfi pacific Cdn. Superior Telidyra 1.55 Cdn. Long Charter Chlifian Dome Pete Great Plains Great Cdn. OH Lcchlel Expl. Norln Cdn. Oil NumBC Pan Can. Pelt Pan Ocean Pclrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger 'curry Rain. Spooner Selbens Tolal felt Ulsler West. Deceits West. Pele 6.BS 1.38 5.50 Hugh Pfd. 30.75 Mutual Ac 5.81 MUtUBl Gr f 5.M 3-9 Husky Oil "B" P Nat Res 7.05 7.7 HiuKV WDr. "D" 3.50 N W Fin 5.12 5.6 Int. Pro. W. 13.50 N W Gr 5.6M 6.4 Int Pro s and P 13.62'A Principal Gr 5.4 Kaiser RM. 3.25 Roylund A.63 6.9 3.35 Temp Gr 7.16 7.B 38.75 United Ac 6.0 5.00 Universal 8.05 I.e. West Cdn 6.12'A Vangunrd 9.BD 10.77 White, and Yukon ll-M Cmnw vont 7.71 s.4 Wesllldd 1.20 VANCOUVER CALOARV MINES Acroll .aVi Alton Man. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqunline 2-1.00 Brlnco 6-62'. Cdn, Brev "A" P 30.50 Cdn Brew "B" P 36.50 Cdn Pac Inv. P 25.00 Crowsnest Ind. 2B.po Cygnus "A" 4.B5 Cygnus "B" Fancon Cop Gensfar Home Oil A Home Oil B Hud Bay Co. Hud Bay Oil -ons Oil Madison -H Norlh Cent. .02 Wesl. Warner .-JO PIPELINE STOCKS 10.67'A Alia Gas "A" 57.00 1.19 AMD Tr 4Vy the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 32.40. Monday 32.36. Red Deer: 32.45. Monday 32.02. Average Average Calgary: 32.50. Average Monday 32.14. Lethbridge: No sales. Av- erage Monday 32.55. Fort Macleod: No sales. Av- erage Monday 32.31. Total hogs sold Monday 536. Average 32.27. Sows average today 23.75. PROCLAMATION I, Alex Chromic, Mtayor of Picture Butte, do hereby pro- claim the week of July 5 lo July 12lh HIRE A STUDENT WEEK in the Town ond District of Picture Butte, and urge all citizens fo assist fhis student employment campaign. Inquiries con be mads through Pat Foslor at the recrea- tion office. Proclaimed Ihii 4th day of July, 1 972, Alex Chronik, Mayor, Town of Picture Butte BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT Brooks, Alberta The Physical Plan! Division, Deparlmen! of Public Works, re quires a Superintendent lo assume overall responsibility for BUpervising ihe operation, service and maintenance of all Ihe Provincial Govcrnmenl Buildings in Ihe Brooks area, in- eluding ihe Alberla HoMieullural Research Cenlrc, Treasury Branch, ale, Typical duties: develops and Initiates a pre- ventive maintenance program for all facilities and related equip men ij administers cost control and prepares budgets; assigns and the work of unskilled and skilled tradesmen) prepares maintains building cleanliness ond maintenance. Qualifications: High School; com- pletion of o apprenticeship in one or moro tradns or 3rd ek-ss Power Engineering Certificate; 5-10 years exper- ience in operating, maintenance and at tho supervisory level; or equivalent combiriaiion of qualifications. Salary lo per month. Starling salary dependent on experience. Pleane refer to Competition No 2070-C-l. Closing dalb: July Information and application from; GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, Penonrwl Adminiilratlen Office, Room 1101, John J. Bow Ion Building, 620 7fh Avenue S.W., Calgary 2, Alberta Tueidcrr, July 4, 1972 TH! LFTHBRtDGI HERALD 17 Stock prices up in quiet trading TORONTO (CP) Prices In most major sectors of the To- ronto stock market continued to move higher in quiet raid-morn- ing trading today. Tha industrial index was up .73 lo 200.46 and golds 1.45 to 223.18. Base metals were down .21 to 93.76 and western oils .17 to Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Friday. Canadian markets were closed Monday, July3. Advances held a moderate margin over declines, 112 to 75, with 150 issues unchanged. Trading was halted in Hie shares of Seaway Multi-Corp, La Luz Mines and Security Cap- ital Corp. pending release of corporate information. Seaway closed Friday at Security Capital at and La Luz Mines Banking, beverage, oil refin- ing, pipeline, communication and real estate stocks were strong while chemical, mer- chandising and paper and forest issues drifted lower. Seagrams was up too Imperial Oil to Bank of Nova Scotia to Asamera to Shell Canada too and Consumers Distributing tO Cominco fell to ?27, Mc- Graw-Hill Ryerson ?i to Texas Gulf Inc. to Hudson Bay Mining to and CP Ltd. to PRICES FIRMER MONTREAL (CP) Prices were slightly firmer near the opening of light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges was com- pared with at the same time Friday. On index, banks led the gains, up 2.34 to 249.39. Industrials were .84 to 213.74 and the com- posite .78 to 207.21. Papers were off .26 to 87.40 and utilities .19 to 159.33. Bank of Nova Scotia was up 1 lo Distillers-Seagrams 1 to Imperial Oil to Toronto-Dominion Bank to and Rapid Data to Fleehvood was of[ U4 to Velcro Industries to Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting 34 lo IK, and Cana- dian Javelin to Pound sterling also sliding U.S. dollar at lowest level LONDON (AP) The United States dollar Beared its lowest permitted level on European money markets today, resulting in intervention hy the Wesl Ger- Tnan central bank. The pound sterling continued its downward slide. The pound opened In London at down half a cent from Monday's close. It dropped sharply within an hour to close to the base that was predicted alter sterling was floated 10 days ago. The dollar, weakened by the sterling crisis, continued to trail the pound downward and opened in Frankfurt at 3.15 marks. This was a slight rally over Monday night's close of 3.1497, but only intervention by Ihe central bank shored it up then. The bank began buying up dollars again today to maintain it at the lower mandatory inter- vention level and head off panic selling. But reports of the mar- ket situation in Frankfurt touched off a (lurry of last-min- ute selling in Tokyo, and the Bank of Japan had to buy to WHO IS GETTING THE BENEFIT of your brains and ability you or your boss? If you would like lo earn oil that you are worth write for appointment to: BOX 7012 STATION "E" CALGAR1T million during the last 10 minutes ol trading. In Paris, the dollar was near Iloor level at 5.0005 francs, down [rom Monday's 5.0015 close. But there was no sign (he Bank of France was planning lo step in to support the currency. The dollar weakened in Zurich to 3.7S Swiss francs, down from 3.7530. The Swiss national bank intervened Monday to keep the currency hovering above floor level, but there was no Immedi- ate sign it planned to step In again today. The dollar also weakened In Brussels, falling from Monday's close of 43.81 francs lo 43.80 de- spite a brief rally when tha market opened. The Belgian national bank supported the dollar Monday with some cautious buying, but there was no sign yet it planned to do so again today. THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY CONSULTATIONS IN SOCIAL CHANGE AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN CANADA For: those employed In Industrial perionnel workers, labor leaden, vocational guidance personnel, senior managers and others. Coniultatien 1: Tha Role of Work and Leisure In Con- temporary Canada Changing Values and atlitudes towards work and changes in occupational structure; human righti in rela- tion to work. Time: a.m. to p.m. Dale: July 10, 11, 12, 1972 Consultation II: Comparisons in Industrial Canada and Yugoilavia New decisions in collective bargaining; worker partici- pation in decision making; tha impact of technological change on industrial relations. Time; a.m. ID noon Date; July 17, 16, 19, 1972 afternoons, will be set aside for Individual eonsullalloni where pouiblft Fee; (single consultation) (both consultations) For registration or further information conlacd Division of Continuing Education The University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4 Phone 284.5431 SIMPSONS-SEARS GLASS BELTED NYLON TIRES I Allstate WIDE GUARD When you buy first tire at single tire price 46-47 GUARANTEED THREE WAYS 1. Evpry Allsiaie passenger lire is Guar antccrf agains; ALL lire Jailmrs for ihi, life ol ihe ol ihe cause ol failure. Replacement cosi basrd on ircnd used, pro-raled current price. 2. Nail punclures aie fixed at no charge. 1. 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