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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIOQE HERALD July 1974 Coal sales pact with Brazil near EDMONTON A letter of intent has been sign- ed which should pave the way for Alberta coal sales to says Dr Norbert member of a seven-member trade mission to the South American country The which is subject to negotiation on quality and involves a minimum purchase of tons of coking coal next said Dr head of fuel sciences at the Research Council of Alberta This minimum shipment would increase to slightly in Hail storm damage to crops heavy Ata A severe nail storm about three miles wide caused 20 to 100-per-cent crop damage in parts of central Alberta Satur- day said officials ot the Alberta Hail Research Centre The storm focused around Lacombe 70 miles south of and moved from east to west Highway traffic in the area was restricted to about 30 miles an hour at the height of the brief storm excess of a million tons an- nually by 1980 and could go as high as four million he added The tentative agreement also enables Alberta to buy iron ore or iron ore concentrate from Brazil Ship hogs to U.S. meat plants A Lethbridge livestock dealer exported market hogs to the United States last staving off economic losses due to the month-long packing olant dispute in Alberta Joe manager of Vanee said this morning packing plants in Washington and Iowa are welcoming Alberta hogs Mr Vanee said the export program not only allows Alberta producers to get rid of surplus production they are receiving per hundredweight more than the domestic market The hogs represent more than one-third of the 14 000 hogs exported by the Lethbridge firm this year The Herald Business C A PEERS MOTOR VEHICLE and HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANICS Our company has immediate openings for licensed or unlicensed motor vehicle and heavy equipment mechanics Will also accept applications from apprentice and helper mechanics with at least 1-2 years experience Relocation Assistance is available For further information and please call collect 1-807-577-7581 The Great Lakes Paper Limited Woodlands Employment THUNDER BAY ONTARIO HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANICS Class and heavy equipment mechanics wanted Applicants must be licensed and have at least 4 years experience with highway diesel trucks and trailers on highways and off Successful applicants to work m the new Woodlands garage located in tne city of Thunder Bay Relocation Assistance available For further information and please call collect 1-807-577-7581 The Great Lakes Paper Limited Woodlands Employment THUNDER BAY ONTARIO Youthful mature individuals interested in pur- suing a career m Calgary m the retail food industry with Canada Safeway Limited Present salary range 69 per hour Excellent benefit program Apply m writing or in person to PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED T2P 2J4 Small Town Living With Above Average Wage Meat Cutter Required For small southeastern town in Alberta. Must possess the ability to process meat cut-wrap-deep freezer meat Some retail experience preferred 44 hour week. Chance of rapid advancement. Michael Clemis CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE Stocks Toronto by Richardson Securities of Advocate Asb Akaitcho 10 1 52 1 O Keefe 575 Broulan Gas Can NW Canada Cassiar Central Pat 86 1 Vickers 1475 Cons Com Craigmont DiCkenson Mines Demson Mines D Eldona Dome 825 3950 37 Seagrams Dom Bridge Domtar Dom 4350 24 62 975 Discovery East East Cdn 12'A First Maritimes Giant Y K 1400 1 Motors Grt Lakes 2050 Hudson Bay Hydra Iron Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key 1 1 Oil A Imasca 2600 Lake 1 2 Langis Grp Madsen R Int Malartic G Martin 12 Maclntyre Douglas Intern Nu West Homes New New Calumet Noranda A Northgate 36 5 Ferg McMill Bleed Moore 24 4775 Pine Placer Pax Quebec 00 Rio Algom Roman 8 Sherntt 1 62 Steep Tek Corp Can United Western Mines WH Copper Mines Wright Hargreaves 305 1 90 1 1 rad Grp A Trans Mtn 9 1287Y2 Yellowknife Can Algoma Atco Agra Bell Brascan BC 87 37 BC BC Sugar Bow Valley Miscellaneous Montreal MIDLAND DOHERTY LIMITED PIPELINE STOCKS Alia Gas A Alta Gas Pfd 53 00 Alta Nat Gas 1775 Gaz Metro 5 Gaz Metro A Pfd 56 00 Inland Nat Gas 9 00 N C Gas N C B Pfd 20 00 Pac Gas Trans 9 00 Tr-Cda Pipe 9 75 Tr Cda Pipe A Pfd 54 00 Tr Cda Pipe B Pfd 31 75 Tr-Cda Pipe War 1 05 West Trans 18 00 West Trans War 2 25 CALGARY Acroll Barons Oils N Contmenlal Western Warner VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explorations Bathurst Norsemines Dankoe Davenport Dolly Varden Equitonal Res Lornex Northair Mines Primer Pyramid Silver Standard Valley Copper 06 25 20 1 74 2 15 75 18 09 6 05 2 02 04 09 1 79 625 419 7th St. 8. 327-8535 DEATH NELSON Passed away m the city on July following a brief Mr Alfred G Nelson at the age of 72 years of No 72 Bridge Villa Lethbridge Born in North the late Mr Nelson was raised and educated in the Foremost area He later moved to Calgary where he resided for a number of years After residing in the United States for several years he recently returned to Lethbridge He is survived by one Mrs Edna Davis of Lethbridge and a Mrs W H Kane of Lethbridge A graveside service will be held at 11 00 a m on July with Rev Kenneth Morns officiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service Phone 328-2361 C152 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear father and gidiiufatner wno passed away July 1971 Our hearts still ache with And secret tears still What it meant to lose No one will ever know When we are sad and lonely and everything goes We seem to hear you Cheer up and carry on Each time we see your You seem to smile and Don't cry I'm only We'll meet again some day remembered and sadly missed by his and Nick and Gary 5215 DEATH PROVOST Passed away in on July age 20 beloved son of Maggie Provost of the Peigan Reserve He is also survived by three brothers and eight Mrs Margaret Yellow Mrs Vera Thelma Gloria and Cindy Provost all of the Peigan seven Christine Small Agnes Yellow Patricia Provost Jennie Louise Catherine North Gertrude Wolf and four and James Provost and Francis Crow Eagle The funeral service will be held in St Paul's Roman Catholic Brocket Tuesday at 10 30 a m Rev G Fortier of- ficiating Interment in Brocket cemetery Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD Pmcher Creek C151 IN MEMORIAM PLOWMAN In loving memoiy of a dear grandmother and great- Cecelia B who passed away in Fort Macleod on July 1973 Your name is often Our tnoughts in silence fly To the days when you were with Those memories will never die Lovingly remembered by Frank and Kay Plowman and children Francis and Dale 5222 Stock prices drop sharply on TSE JO W LEASING 000 Square Feet TORONTO Prices on the Toronto stock market were sharply lower in moderate midmornmg trading today The industrial index fell 1 49 to 181 base metals 14 to 77 65 and western oils 5 34 to 17845 Golds rose 229 to 43217 Volume by lla m was 000 shares compared with shares by the same time Friday Declines outnumbered ad- vances l64 to 73 with 112 issues unchanged Royal Bank lost Vz to Alcan to Del tan Corp 25 cents to Bank of Montreal 'A to Vis and Interprovmcial Pipe to V4 Superior Electronics rose 25 cents to Slater Steel Vt to Imasco A V4 to Shell Canada to and Hudson's Bay Co Giant Mascot was down three cents to 95 cents and Madeleine five cents to 35 Pamour was up Vz to Camflo to and East Malartic '4 to Ranger fell 2V4 to Western Decalta to and Peyto to 328-170S 24 Market trends MONTREAL Prices were generally lower in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange todav Volume at 11 am was 126200 shares orppared with 14J 200 shares at the same time Friday The industrial index dropped 1 67 to 193 94 the composite 1 54 to 183 35 banks 1 34 to 224 63 and utilities 1 13 to 123 24 while papers rose 37 to 115 70 Alcan dropped to i Algoma Steel to Gulf Oil Canada to and Domtar -t to while Abitibi rose '4 to 511 Prices were mixed in light trading on the Van couver Stock Exchange today First hour volume was 137 939 shares In the industrials Jollv Jumper was at 52 on 2 000 shares In the mines Bathurst was up 05 at 78 on 27 600 shares In the oils Pavette up 04 at 69 on 13 800 shares On prices weie mited on light trading on the Vantomer Stock Exchange Volume was 1 D84 334 In the industrials BBC realtv warrants was unchanged at 50 on 5 500 shares Canterra was down 01 at i7 on 000 shares Venture properties was down 07 at JJ on 2500 shares Block Brothers was unchanged 10 on 1 2M Gregory was down 15 al 51 05 EDP Industries was unchang eii at 12 In the-mines Laura was up 04 at 35 on 80 500 shares Balhurst was up 23 to SI on 8J 100 shares Consolidated Fortune channel wastinchanged at bl on hi 500 shares Barrier Reef was down at '5273 on 52000 shares Kalco was up 01 at 70 and Soncsu was unchanged at 8b In the. oils 04 at b5 on shares Warrants was up at Jl on 52400 shares Scnet i dcvclopmcnls was up 09 at M nn 41 200 shares Copcx Mining was up 04 to 14 on 'il 000 shares oinex was unchanged at SI 70 and Daicnporl uas up 01 at 78 NEW YORK The stock market battered record high interest idles fell sharply today to its Livestock Calgary CALGARV Receipts lo 11 d m Monday at the Calgary' public stockvards included about 100 head praclicalh all slaughter cattle Trade attive with a moderate demand Slaughter steeri and heilcrs sold Thcrf were insufficient cows on offer to establish quotations Steers Al 2 49 50 80 Heifers Al 2 43 There were insuflicient replacements on ofler to establish a market There no hogs sold Hog prices EDMONTON Prices to 11 a m Monday provided trt the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board i prices in brackets Edmonton 3825 Red Deer 3825 Hogs sold to 11 a m 1 332 hogs sold Tridav 3270 average 3850 sows average 20 50 Currencies MONTREAL Monday s mid day foreign exchange selling rates supplied bv the Bank of Montreal Bermuda dollar 1 01 France franc 2095 Germany mark 3930 Japan yen 003460 Mexico peso 0793 Switzerland franc 3345 United States dollar 9765 United Kingdom pound 2 3600 USSR ruble 1 30 Quotations in Canadian funds lowest levels in more than 3'z vears The 11 30 a m Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 12 20 at 779 57 Losers overpowered gainers by more than four to-one in relatively light ac tivity on the NYSE Among Canadian issues Dome Mines added 1's to Canadian Pacific dropped to Inco i to Alcan to Seagrams ''n lo 115 f Massev Ferguson was un changed at FOR SALE Standard Double-Bay ROBO CARWASH EQUIPMENT Including building and accessories. 3 yrs. old. Excellent condition. ALSO only 5 000 gal underground tanks only Gilbarco Dual Product Dual Pumps only Gilbarco Dual Product Single Pumps only Oil Merchandiser only 12' canopies enquiries to VENTURE REALTY LTD. Alberta 261-3790 FOR PROFESSIONALS IN MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION AND FOR ACADEMICS CHAIRMAN Local Authorities Board A government job with a difference You may be firmly entrenched m your present career giving no serious consideration of making a change if you happen to be m one of the following you may find this opportunity intriguing administration law university professor affairs specialist You may makes the position so As a first step in answering this let's review the function of the Board The board is a small administrative sometimes assuming a quasi- judicial charged with the responsibility of approving all issues of debentures of local authorities and dealing with the annexation of properties If you want to look at it another what is the scope and demand of the job9 what could be more critical and contentious to local authorities than those issues concerning their financing and the ability of municipalities to in putting it all together the appeal of the Chairman's job includes being involved in a sensitive field where decisions are visible and have a significant impact m the province enjoying relative autonomy m reporting only to the Cabinet through the Minister of Municipal Affairs working in public service but not as part of the large bureaucracy What sort of individual do we feel we require to fill this post9 Regardless of occupational background the serious candidates will to the greatest degree a knowledge of municipal administration with finance law The personal qualities are equally impor'ant This is not a place for anyone timid in making decisions The individual must be capable of assimilating complex technical information and have excellent analytical abilities must be able to communiate effectively and relate well to others It is redundant to suggest that impeccable personal credentials are essential Currently under review. If you have any call 229-4451 tesume m confidence to or please submit your Personnel Administration Office Room Terrace Building Alberta T5K 2C1 THE FUTURE HOME OF and NOW LEASING Square Feet Bay from Square Feet WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE COMMERCIAL OFFICES SHOPS RICHFIEUO ;