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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta quotations Vancouver, Calgary, by Dolicrly. McCuaig Limited) LAST DID OR W III 'JJ I I I Golds ai at mid-E TORONTO (CP) Gold Issues on the Toronto stock market remained fractionally lower while prices in other major sectors of the Toronto stock market moved higher in light mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was up .08 to 201.48, base metals .07 to 91.86 and western oils .13 to 233.50. Golds were down .19 to 211.75. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Thursday. Despite the general upward trend, declines outnumbered advances 110 to 87 with 130 issues unchanged. Banking, beverage, food processing, pipeline and trust and loan stocks moved moderately higher while communication, oil refining, real estate and steel issues suffered moderate declines. Murritt Photofax, which resumed trading following a lifting of a cease-trading order by the Ontario Securities Commission, gained 1% to 58V'. Hamilton Group was up to 517, Home Oil A to and Bethlehem to Canadian Marconi gained 55 cents to Pitts Engineering to MICC Investments to ?29 and Total Pete 15 cenls to 56.40. Hothmans dropped 14 to 523, Bank of Nova Scotia to Pan Ocean lo 511, Noranda Vi to 53514, Okanagan Vt to 512 and Canadian Homestead five cents to 57.25. NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices recovered somewhat in moderate trading today as investors responded to somo favorable economic dull norning The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was off .70 at 909.69. Earlier it had beer) off almost 3 points. Declines led advances hy a small margin on he New York Stock Exchange. In the news background, il was reported that the economy grew at its highest rate of expansion in more than six years, while inflation slowed sharply in the second quarter. Consumer prices also slowed in their rate of increase in June from their May level. Among Canadians, Dome Mines was up to Inco to and Canadian Pacific Vi to Mclntyre dropped 1 to 554, Massey-Ferguson VK to and Genstar VB to A.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. WESTERN OILS Husky Oil B a.U Mutual Ac 5.W A mlnex Husky Oil War i.W Mutual Gr F i.09 Alia East Gal 7.00 Inter Prov Pipe 12.25 Not Res 7.03 7.61 Asarr.cra 15.25 Inlcr Prov N W Fin 5.20 5.7 Ashlano 10.8714 Kaiser Res 3.00 NW Gr 5.72 6.9, BP Oil Gal 5.20 MGF Manage 3.15 Principal Gr 5.3; Can Soulh Pacific Pele 38.62'A Roytund 6.73 Cdn Gas 3.25 Rainier i.OV, Temp Gr 7-M Cdn HomESld 7.25 Snndwtll 3.75 United Ac 5JO 5.93 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 9.B7V, Teledync Universal Sav 8.06 I.M Cdn Super 46.75 Wesl Cdn Seed 6.12'A Vanguard 10.H Cdn Long II rtl While Yukon 13.35 VANCOUVER Charier 4.10 Wesllleld 1.20 MINES B.90 CALGARY 10JJ Dome Pele Acroll .50 J M Gl Plains 30.00 Barons Oil Norse Bl Gt Cdn Oil 7.00 Madison .11 Ifirda Lochlel 1.38 Norlh Conl .12 Norm Cdn Oil 5.m Wesl Warner .39 rhurcnlll cooper Numac PIPE LINE STOCKS Fancdn Pele 13.50 Alia Gas A 56.25 nJvVnnDrt 53 Pan Ocean 11.00 Alla Gas 73.00 Dnnkoe .71 Pelrol 1.19 Alla Nat Gas 20.12V: pony Varden 38 Pinnacle inland Nat Gas ovna'ly 5.15 Place Gas .00 N and C Gas .19 Ponder .54 N and C B Pfd 2187VJ Reliance Ranger 19.00 Pacific Trans 12.75 Gianf jvtoscor 4.70 Scurry Rain 13.B7Vi Gaz Melro 4.90 Granlslc Spooner .EO Gaz Metro A 70.00 Lornex 7.BO Selbens lo.nvb Trans Cda Pipe 44.75 LyMon minerals 2.05 Total Trans Cda B 40.12'A pfimer Ulsler 1.3S Trans Cda A Pvramld VI. Decalla 5.20 Trans Cda War 13.00 standard 1-30 Wesl Pele 9.0D WC Trans 27.75 Texmonl MISCELLANEOUS WC Trans WIs 9.10 r.-.-n .24 INDUSTRIES MUTUAL FUNDS Copper 9.10 Aqualaine 25.00 All Cdn Com 8.24 9.01 Res .05 Brlnco 6.25 All Cdn Dlvid 9.08 9.92 luniitTBriL Cdn Brew A 30.50 All Cdn Vent i.21 4.60 3 J5 Cdn Brew B 36.00 Amr Gr F 6.43 7.06 ,fS Cdn Pacific Inv 24.75 AGF Special 3.43 PM Crowsnest Ind 28.50 Cdn Invest F 5.03 5.51 fuf'r Cygnus A 5.00 Col Mutual 74 7.40 3 50 Cyjnus fl 5.25 Cmnw Inter 1 35 15.77 eSr Ind 385 Falcon Copper 11.6Z'A Cmnw Lev 87 4.25 For lnd Jjj Genslar Cmnw Vent 78 B 55 V, Home A Corp Invesl 05 6.62 KtJ-fir w 23M Home B 31.SO Corp In SI F 13 5.60 f rRes if Hud Bay Co 17.2! Dreylus F U.S. 1 69 13.91 Stampede Inll Res .81 Hud Bay Oil 42.50 Gr In Shares 17 4.59 OILS Hud Bay Oil Pld 52.25 Gr Equily 7.92 8.70 Albany Oil .67 Hugh Russell 35.00 Invesl Gr F 12.27 13.43 Plains Pete -2114 Husky Oil U50 Invest MulUBl 5.78 6.32 West Explor .09 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. QuotH) M1Mpr Placer Dev. 40.50 Grt Cdn Oil 6.95 Quebec Man .11 Gen Molors 70.00 Cralgmont 7.80 Rayrock 1.07 Grt Lakes Pp 15.75 Adviiate Asb. 1.55 Radiore .26 Gulf Oil Cda Akailcho 5i Rio Algom 19.00 Greyhound 22.J.S Bralorne 2.01 Roman Corp 7.75 Hawker Sid 4.30 Broulan -33 Sherrilt Gordon Hur G. Erie persist OTTAWA (CP) Drought pockets persist in parts of the Prairies, but elsewhere in Canada there has been excessive moisture, Statistics Canada reports. Crop conditions varied from region to region. In the eighth of a series of reports on crop conditions across the country, the statistics bureau said rain is needed in many parts of Manitoba, southern Saskatchewan and eastern Alberta where the bulk of the grain crops is maturing. Elsewhere in the P r a i r i e s, however, moisture supplies are adequate and warmer weather is needed to help crops develop. Grasshoppers have become a problem in Manitoba and Bertha army worms remain in rapeseed fields. Generally Insect damage has been limited. Manitoba wheat crops have also been hit by leaf rust and stem rust. There was a little barley leaf rust. Crops will probably be below average in Saskatchewan, particularly in the southern belt, because of dry weather. Rainfall has been spotty in Manitoba and more is needed to keep crops from deteriorating. Crop conditions in Alberta are generally good. There has been plenty of moisture in western Otl OTTAWA Winnipeg North MP David Orlikow says the federal government virtually ignores women when it goes on recruiting drives for senior public service appointments. Mr. Orlikow, who on Tuesday attacked the government for what he said was a 55 per cent hike in the number of top salary public servants on the payroll since 19GB, said Thursday the government makes only token appointments of women to upper public service posts. Citing April, 1971, figures supplied by the government in answer lo a question he placed on the House of Commons order paper, the NDP MP said that women hold fewer than two per cent of public service jobs in the category. The exact figures, he said, are 126 women out of jobs. "In the group there was not a single women among the 121 although since then a woman has been named to the deputy minister he said. "Women make up 26.1 per cent of the federal employees but collect only 19.5 per cent of the wages and salaries. "The average salary for females was while the si erage salary [or males was said the Winnipeg MP. He said that the Public Service Commission, which recently "boasted" of its plans for opening new job opportunities for women, had only tliree women out of 65 officials in the bracket, compared with six women out of 49 senior officials in 1968. "Departments with no women in this group include not only National defence, the RCMP and defence construction, hut also communications, environment, national revenue, public works, post office, auditor general, transport, solicitor general, national capital commission, unemployment insurance, the Canadian International Development Agency and Information Canada. "These 15 departments employ men earning or more a said Mr. Orlikow. What's more, the Winnipeg MP said that the figures show that a number of other departments have only one resident woman among their senior officials. They are: Indian affairs and northern development wilh 1SS men to one woman; supply and services, 260 men; board, 141 men; and the tional Film Board with 49 men. Departments with two women in the group are Industry, trade and commerce which has 874 men to two women; finance, 78 men; and the Office of the Prime Minister and Privy Council office with 56 men. "The prime minister Is another one, like the Public Service Commission, that likes to talk about opportunities for women. But even with the terrific expansion of his office since 1968, he has not done much in real terms to redress the balance. "The Liberal government set up a Royal Commission on the Status of Women but most of the recommendations it made are gathering dust on the shelf." Mr. Orlikow said that even the departments with the best records have a long way to go before equity is achieved. He said statistics Canada 'tops' the list with only 10.8 per cent women in the group. Next comes Jean Marchand's department of regional economic expansion with 7.5 per cent women in the top group, followed by national health and welfare with 6.6 per cent. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Royal Bank of Canada, 24 cents Sept 1, record July Gene Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m. totalled 172 head; mostly replacement cattle of mixed quality. Trade was active. A few slaughter cattle were steady with Thursday's closing prices, which are quoted. Choice slaughter steers 35 to 35.60, good 34 to 35, medium 32 to 33.50. Choice heifers 32 to 32.70, good 31 to 32, medium 29 to 30.50- Good cows 26 to 27, medium 24 to 25.50, earners and cutters 19 to 23.50. Good bulls 27 to 30. Replacements were mostly light yearling steers weighing 600 to 750 pounds and selling steady with mid-week sales. A few feeder heifers were steady. Insufficient good stock calves Lo establish a market. Good feeder steers less 750 pounds 37 to 40.40, more than 750 pounds 34 to 37. Good feeder heifers 575 pounds and more 31 to 34. No hogs heavy water by 1985 says Ato OTTAWA (CP) Six new heavy water plants will be required by 1985 to meet forecast needs for nuclear production, L. R. Haywood, vice-president of Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., said today. Mr. Haywood, head of the heavy water project of the government corporation, said if nuclear power plants are built at the present spiralling rate, much more heavy water will be needed than can be produced by plants now planned. Experts fear a shortage of heavy water which vill liamp-er growth of the industry. Half of the power needs In Canada will be supplied by nuclear plants within 10 years. Mr. Haywood predicted. The Port Hawkesbury, N.S., plant operated by Canadian General Electric, is producing at 60 per cent of capacity, making 18 metric tons of heavy water a month. Heavy water is used as a coolant in Canada's natural-uranium fuelled reactors. While it Is expected Canada will have a surplus of heavy water by the spring of 1974, forecasts are that production will be insufficient for the growth of tire nuclear power industry by the end of the needed mic official For this reason, a start should be made now on new plants to produce heavy water, Mr. Haywood said in an interview. It takes tliree years to build a heavy water plant. If the heavy water supply is inadequate to meet needs, Canada will miss the full value of all the effort which has been put into study of nuclear power production by government and industry, Mr. Haywood said. Expected production from tha three havey water producers in Canada at Port Hawkesbury, Douglas Point, Ont., and Galca Bay, N.S., is estimated at metric tons a year when they reach maturity. Full capacity for the last of the three, the trouble-plagued plant at Galce Bay, is not expected until 1979. QUIETER SNOWMOBILES THE NOISE EMISSION OF A NEW POWER PACM4GE IS OVER flOKQUIETER THAN MOST PRESENT ONLY 73 DECIBELS ON THE 16.12'A Sleep Rock 1.81 lmp oil 37.50 Cenlral Pat. 1.31 Tek Corp. 4.50 NIckeI 59 Chimo 1.02 Texmonl M Pp 28.75 Conwest 7.00 Upper 2.55 gr A a w Cons. Rambler 1.45 West Mines 3.15 ....f a m Coin Leke .42 Wright Har 1.17 Cochenour .4614 Willroy 1.15 ,3.25 Craigmont 7.80 Windfall .14 Doug A Dlckenson 5.70 Yellowknlte Loeb 4-25 D'eHdonarn INDUSTRIAL'S Easr Malartic 2. 45 Ainnma CIBBI id mi? I-T'IS 52M Falconbrldge SZ.50 Sugar 5.BW2 Norln cent 11-50 First Marilimel .55 Power Corp 11-87'A Y.K. t.05 Bell Tel 42.25 Co BOVIS 2.45 Brazil Trie 21 LOO Rolhrnans 72.75 Granduc 3.40 B.C. Tel 61.50 sp_ Law corp 20.00 R.L. -OSVi Burns sheli CDA 46.37'A Hollinger 34.50 B.C. Forest 20.50 25.75 Hudson Bay MS 20.50 B.C. Sugar 21.00 SImp Sear! 39.01) Hydra Ex. .21 Bow Val Ind 31.25 of Cda 33.75 Iron Bay 3.50 CAF. Ind 8.00 A 24.00 Iso 1.B5 Cdn Brew Texaco 50.00 Joliet Quebec 24 col Cell 4.05 Traders Grp A 17.75 Kerr Addison 5.10 Calgary Pow 35.1214 Trans Mln Pp 22.75 Key Anacon .21 coron Crcd t 1.65 Trans cda pp 44.75 Labrador 42.00 C.W.N. Gas Pd 11.25 Lnlon Gas 13.37'A Lake Shore 3.30 cdn Ind 16.00 Union oil 45.50 malaSreMc G F 17 Cdn Versatile Mfg 6.25 Mefa" 11 VVeslon's B 83.00 i 'ir Cons Balh woodward's A Intern Mooul 9'.10 Gas 17'75 Wesl Cdn Seed Domlar BANKS End? 3800 Com Textile Cdn Imp 26.75 Ehcale 520 Dom Stores 14.75 Montreal 20.37'A Nor "S 2TO Dome Pele 74.50 Nova Scotia 36.25 Ssiskn 26 Dofasco 25.87V, Royil 34.12'A Pine Point 29.50 Cable 21.50 Tor-Dom 32.75 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canadi) Amr T and T 42 37V2 Sid Oil of N J. 75.75 20 Golds 212.10 up .16 Anaconda 16.75 Texas Gulf 16.75 10 Base Mel 91.73 off .01 Beth Sleel 29 Texas Co 31.37V4 IS W Oils 233.74 up .37 Chrysler Wickes Corp 35.75 Volume B1B.OOO nucint 161.75 Woolworlh 34.50 NEW YORK AVERAGES Gm 7Z.25 Weslinghouse Elec 44.50 30 Indus! 909.69 off .76 Gulf 24.00 U.S. Sleel 29.12V2 20 Rails 227.06 up .74 Inl Harvester 31.50 Gen T and E 26.50 15 Ulllilies. 106.34 off .10 Kenn Copper TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slocks 3D2.45 up .09 Sears 105.37V2 20 Indust 201.41 up .01 Volume AT SOFT. IMPROVED ENGINE DESIGN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE... AT IfASTTMRte MAJOR tMNUHKTURERSBtPecr TO Mine our me new 3 f quo see spe 73 yes wh T fee shi quc quc bus flu-bus wh quc S onl sigi the cru motas ixed WINNIPEG (CP) Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Kaiser Resources Ltd., six months ended June 30, 1972, loss, 64 cents a share; 1971, EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORSHIP available in Lethbricbe area for internationally known line of welding equipmenf and supplies, air equipment, baltery chargers, standby generators and other products. Excellent volume and profit potential on small inveslmenr for responsible firm or individual with successful background, good credit rating and aggressive sales policy. For full particulars wrile M. J. LACOMBE, 3312 24th ST. N.W., CALGARY, for rapeseed, rye, flax-d and grain quotas for the cialty markets for the 1972-crop year were announced .erday by the Canadian sat boeard. he following quotas are ef-ive for producers in all jping blocks on Aug. 1, all tas are shown as bushels a la acre. rapeseed three hels; low erucic se bushels; flaxseed three lels; rye five bushels; feed :ats (A) A two-bushel ta for delivery of all grades, epcialty market, applying r to producers who have as-aed appropriate acres to se crops: rapeseed GRAVEL ASPHALT L TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. V PHONE k 328-2702-327-3610 prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape-seed prices gained fractionally at mid-session on the Winnipeg 3rain Exchange today, following a similar trend in the Chicago soybeans. Flax prices worked slightly ower in a lighter volume of vade while other commodities remained firm. Volume of trade Thursday was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and 827, 003 of rye. MID-SESSION Flax: July 2 lower 2.85B, Oct. 3 lower 2.87 %B, Nov. 1 VB lower 2.84 %B, Dec. 1 lower 2.78 Rapeseed Vancouver: Sept. 34 lower 2.45 Nov. Vt higher 2.44B, Jan. higher 2.43 March 1 higher 2.4 Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July 1 Va higher 2.29 Oct. 'A higher 2.33 Nov. unchanged 2.33 %B, Dec. unchanged 2.31 14N. Oats: July unchanged 71A, Oct. unchanged 72 IsA, Dec. unchanged 72 Barley: July unchanged 1.14 A, Oct. 34 lower 1.15 Dec. unchanged 1.15 -liA. Rye: July unchanged 1.03B, Oct. unchanged 1.04, Dec. unchanged 1.01 TO ATTEND THE HORSE RACES AT THE STETTLER COUNY FAIR AUGUST llth and 12th 8 QUARTER HORSE RACES 3 APPALOOSA RACES 5 OPEN RACES All races will be photo-finith and electric timed. ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 1st. Send entries to the STETTIER COUNTY FAIR BOARD Attention: E. N. CONNOR, or Phone EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided jy the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 34.50; average Thursday, 34.47. Red Deer: 34.60; average Thursday Calgary: 34.55; average Thursday 34.56. LeLhbridge: nil; average Thursday 34.43. LloydminEter: nil; average Thursday 33.95. Tolal hogs sold Thursday, average 34.49. Sows average rapeseed (to crushers) 20 bushels; flaxseed (lo shers) 15 bushels; sel-ed oats (for human consump-) 1 carlot maximum tons; trucking 50 bushels assigned acre maximum 3000 hels; selected barley 1 lot maximum 60 tons; cled sofl white spring wheat 1 carlot maximum 60 s; trucking 50 bushels as-led acre maximum 3000 bu-1s. [1 currenl grain quolas for 1971-72 crop year will ter-ate July 31, and the above tas will come inlo effect 3 great 100-cc Hondas for the guy or gal who craves a "born-free" kind of summer fun! What's a 100-cc? Let's put it this way: It's enough power and manoeuverability to beat the _ traffic in the city. It'll take you easily up to 60 on the open road and handle rough dirt or J gravel roads with a smile! IL jf Yet they're light, economical, easy to handle. Easy terms available from your Honda dealer. Super Sport 100 Easy-shifting 5-speed transmission; telescopic suspension smooths out every bump. Suggesled price, ect tior 60 on bus car sel ton sigi she A the mir quo Auj Vi full 37.1 V ALBERTA LEADING TRAVEL TRAILER MANUFACTURER HAS, DUE TO MAJOR EXPANSION PLANS IN CALGARY AND EASTERN CANADA, THE FOLLOWING OPENINGS-9 Production Manager General Foreman 0 Sales Representative Production A pharmacisl wilh a current Alberta license is Calgary Co-operative. This position should be of particular interest lo Ihe recent graduate with an interest in advancing to a retail management level. We offer excellent working condilions wilh regu ar slore shopping hours, no Sunday or Statutory Holiday work and a salary commensurale wilh qualifications and experience. Apply in confidence lo: Personnel Manager CALGARY Co-opeiative 8818 Madcod Trail Calgary 13, futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef res at close Thursday: Jly OA; Sep 35.20B; Nov. 34.55B. Wednesday volume: 16 (CP) Grab quotes Thursday (basis y _____ Scrambler 100 Take it lo the country. Find out how versatile it is. It's an on-and-off the road machine. Suggested price, Motosport 100 Exceplionally rugged for cross-country riding. Delivers amazing performance under all REQUIRE QUALIFIED PERSONNEL FOR THESE OPPORTUNITIES. SALARY AND FRINGE BENEFITS ABOVE AVERAGE. FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW Low Close Flax Jly 289 277 287% Oct 28914 290% Nov 286% 28614 Dec 283-li 279V4 of entry, Vancouver, plus small freight and handling D. SOUTHERN MR. K. Vancouver Scp 24314 24514 Nov 24GH 24214 Jan 24GH 24014 T liiKT WprM LARGEST the Park Plaza Hotel, Lethbridge on Saturday, July 22nd between 9 a.m. and B p.m. South Park Industries Ltd. .A 5115 Crowchlld Trail S.W. JL CALGARY, AlberlQ 1 Tlnmrlcr Env 231 22714 22814 Oct 23514 23014 233H Nov 23414 233H Dec 233 23ra 231-li METROPOLITAN STOKE BUILDING 2nd Floor -315 Fifth Street S.. Lethbridge, Alta. AIR-CONDITIONED OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY ill 1 Newly Painted and DecBrated. Acomtic Individual Heal Conlrol. Fluoresttnl L.ETil Futures. ,nrt jjjU Entrance LohrjiK To Su.l Tcnanl IIH _ Custom Designed Interiors. ,nnD nr ehnr1 Aluminum Double Vldndgws. S Ftoors and Haiti PIURS. "r'Z' S'Wk TEranSrE APPLV SCHARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. College Mall Lethbridge, Alberta DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 ALDERBRIDGE WAY, RICHMOND, LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE "17 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6889 HHQHBMK Southorn Alborto'i and 71 Oct 7214 72% 72% Dec 72% 7214 7214 Barlcv Jly 114 11314 114 Oct 115% 115% 115% Dec 11514 115% Ilyc JlV 103 102% 104% 10314 10-1 DCC 10214 101 ;