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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Secret war hard to hide Not much trend evident today TORONTO (CP) Prices on te Toronto stock market edged fractionally higher in slow mid- morning trading today. On index, industrials were up .07 to 178.01, golds 2.02 to 192.94 and western oils .35 to 226.69. Base metals lost .33 to 93.94. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with Chicago yards close CHICAGO (AP) Today was the last day of trading at Chica- go's century-old Union Stock- yards, a landmark that has come under the wreckers' ham- mer as a result of economic conditions. Veteran traders s.iod around Die few remaining pens at the South S'de site of the yards ex- changing memories as buyers and sellers haggled over the final shipment of head of cattle, the last to be traded at the yards. Starting Monday, cattle nor- mally shipped to Chicago will be sent elsewhere for sale. Tht Union Stock Yard and Transit Co., owner of the 106- year old livestock trading centre, had made no special plans for the final day of trad- tog. When the last steer was sold, traders trudged from the yards contemplating where next they might resume their trade. Stockyards officials said the demise of the yards resulted from steadily-dwindling receipts during the last. 10 years and the movement of packing plants closer to farms and ranches, the source of their products. Van line to build at Regina REGINA (CP) MacCo- sham Van Lines Ltd. of Ed- monton will build a million warehouse development here, it was announced today. J. N. Shortliffe, president of the company, said the first stage of the project, to be start- ed next month, will be a square-foot warehouse, later a garage and a 75.000 square foot warehouse will be built. Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Potato futures Thursday: Open High Low Close Nov 2.25A Mar 2.65A Apr 2.70A May 3.05A NUMBER OF PHONES There are about telephones, in use in Canada. at the same time Thurs- day. Declines outnumDered ad- vances 119 to 63, with 194 issues unchanged. Strongest sections were oil re- fining, communications, bever- ages and pipelines. Nine of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups were higher. Chemical, merchandising, in- dustrial mining and trust and loan issues edged fractionally lower. General Products A climbed 24 to The company holds a 31-per-cent interest to Supertest, which announced Thursday it to merge its operations with BP Canada. Supertest common was up to Peoples Department Stores Vz to Bow Valley to BP Oil and Gas 15 cents to and Mclntyre 1 to Campbell Red Lake climbed Vz to Imperial Oil to Acres Vt to and OSF Industries Vs to Supertest ordinary dropped to Aquitaine to Tara to Home A Vt to Bell Vs to Sherritt Vt to and International Utilities Vs to PRICES MIXED MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mixed to light morning, trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges was shares at 11 a.m. compared with at the same time Thursday. On index, the composite rose .44 to 108.55, industrials .77 to 183.61 and papers .06 to 80.77. Utilities were off .35 to 152.74 and banks .27 to 206.72. Highlighting gains, Imperial Oil rose to and Distill- ers-Seagrams and Consolidated Bathurst Vt each to and respectively. Among losers, Shell Canada lost to GenStar Ltd. to and Peoples Depart- ment Stores to SLIM LEAD NEW YORK (AP) The stock market held to a slim lead today to moderate trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was up 1.61 to S63.03. It had been hovering at this level most of the session. Advances outnumbered de- clines on the New York Stock Exchange by nearly 3 to 2. Analysts said the market was leavily oversold after its three- day slide. In that period, the 3ow fell some 27 points. Bar- gain hunting at this level, they ;aid, was to be expected. Oils, airlines, metals, elec- tronics, aircrafts, -ubber issues, and mail order-retail were gen- erally higher. Steels were off. Utilities, chemicals and rails were mixed, and auios were generally unchanged. The Associated Press 60-stock average at noon was up 0.7 to 310.2. Noon prices included Memo- rex up IVi to Lockheed Aircraft down 1% to and American Telephone up Vs to Hudson Bay Mining was up at and Inco up Vt to among Canadian stocks. Cana- dian Pacific lost 1 to and Genstar dropped to On the American Stock Ex- change, Brascan was off 'A at and Jupiter Corp. picked up Vs to WASHINGTON (AP) Day by day and leak by leak, the se- cret war to Laos is becoming more and more difficult to hide. Successive administrations, Democratic and Republican, have refused to discuss the ex- tent of United States involve- ment to Laos, a small, land- locked and oficially neutral country whose borders touch China, North and South Viet- nam, Cambodia, Thailand and Burma. The question is not whether the U.S. provides military and economic aid to the neutralist government of Laos, but whether Americans are actually engaged to fighting between forces supporting that govern- ment and Communist insur- gents. The official response, as enun- ciated by President Nixon when asked during a September news conference about American in- volvement to the war, is: "There are no American com- bat forces to Laos." Pressed by a Senate subcom- mittee on the same question, William H. Sullivan, a deputy assistant secretary of state and a former U.S. ambassador to Laos, replied the next month: "Are there any people with military training in civilian clothes? There are people who have had military training and people who have had paramili- tary training who are to civilian clothes. My definition of troops were people who are members of the armed forces of the United States of America. I as- sume that is what the senator had in mind." QUOTES MILITARY A year later, an Associated Press dispatch from Saigon quoted a military source as say- ing casualties for U.S. Special Forces (Green Berets) troops it Laos were one or two killed and three to 10 wounded each month. Asked about the figures, a US. command spokesman to Saigon said, "There are no U.S. combat troops in Laos." Slowly, over a long series of hearings, the Senate foreign re- lations committee has disclosed some of the U.S. involvement in Laos. Other information has come from such sources as the Pentagon papers, present and former government officials, and field dispatches. Among the disclosures: are Thai troops, led by a Thai general and sup- ported entirely by U.S. funds, fighting to Laos despite an act of Congress prohibiting support of mercenaries to Laos. troops, trained by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, have been fighting in Laos. Forty Cambodians were killed and an undisclosed num- ber wounded to recent heavy fighting for the Bolovens Pla- teau. DISPUTE FIGURES budget figures show the U.S. spendng million for military and million for eco- nomic aid to Laos. The correct figure, congressional sources claim, is nearly million, most of which is channelled through the CIA. congressional source esti- mates million is being spenb each year bombing that part of the Ho Chi Minn trail, principal Communist supply route from North to South Vietnam, that runs through Laos. 1964, the U.S. also has conducted bombing raids in sup- port of the royal Laotian army. Livestock Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Heceipts to 11 a.m. of 832 head of cattle and calves were mostly fleshy steers weighing more than 750 pounds and slaughter cows sell- Ing at steady prices. There were 150 head of feed- er steers, with an average weight of 825 pounds from one owner. They sold from 32 to 34. There were tosufficien slaughter cattle to establish quotations. Thursday's closing were as follows: Choice steers 31.50 to 32.10 good 30.50 to 31.50, medium Z to 30 50. Choice heifers 27.50 t 28, good 26.75 to 27.50, medium 26 to 26.75. Good cows 22 t 22.50, medium 21 to 22, and cutters 19 to 21. Good buT 26 to 28. Replacement cattle w e r active at fully steady price. Good feeder steers under 75 pounds 33 to 36. Good feede steers 750 pounds up 31 to 3. common to medium 28 to Good feeder heifers 27 to 31. Hogs base price 22.55. Vhile the number of sorties is assified, Democratic Senator uart Symington of Missouri as said "a handful" in 1M4 in- eased a hundredfold in 1965, en nearly doubled again in 966. of Jan. the state epartment says, there werts 034 Americans in Laos, includ- ng 395 employees of the Agency or International Development, M with the military attaches ffice, and 300 employed by Air America and Continental Air Services International, Jtwo air- lines supported by the viA. 1961, the CIA has had n undisclosed number of gents working principally with ribesmen in northern Laos and more recently with the Thai orce. price Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Canada Trust Co., six months ended June 30: 1971, 76 cents a share; 1970, 60 cents. Canada Packers Ltd., 13 weeks ended June M: 1971, 34 cents a share; 1970, 38 cents. Ford Motor Co., six months ended June 30: 1971, a share; 1970, Great Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. six months ended June 30: 1971, loss; 1970, loss. Pine Point Mines Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, a share; 1970, SISANT1C HEAT-RAOIAT1NS RINSS, 600 FT. ACROSS, MAYSCOWBEPUNCHINS -IDLES THROUGH ATMOSPHERIC INVERSION LAYERS TO LET CITY SMOS ESCAPE, DESIGNED TO CARRVCFF HEAT FRCM FCWER STATIONS, THE MASSIVE AIR COLUMNS TOULD ALSO SWGH SMOS-TRWING UWERS. ...t INVERSION AT SIMULATED OF ttPT0 FK, fMS fffOVEP SUCCESSFUL! for tvrihtr Information Mfld ttll-adJrtmd la NSWI Conqdo Widi. 345 St. Strati W, Mcntriol 126, Canada, Friday, July SO, THI IITHMIDOI HWAIO Tax rebate out on earlier deals OTTAWA (CP) Finance Minister E. J. Benson is stick- ing by Ms refusal to rebate any of the 15-per-cent excise tax on electronic home entertainment equipment paid before the tax was removed in his June 18 budget. that was a single made possible by the small number of manufacturers and importers the Big Three aufo manufactur- ers, General Motors, Ford, lot Chrysler. It has always been the custom H! has written to complainir.g not to allow refunds on radse etailer? tot it would he diffi- or sales taxes already paid m Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, IloacBiouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE Quotesi WESTERN OILS 5.85 5.20 19.37W 12.37V! 7.50 5.65 4.00 V.75 19.25 Almi Alta East Gas Asamera Ashland BP Oil Gas Can South Cdn EX Gas Cdn Homestd Cdn Home Pfd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Cen Del Rio Charier Chlellen Dome Pete Dynamic Pete Gt Plains Lochlel Mill City New Cont North Cdn Oil Numac permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Total W. Decalta 6 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES a.m. Quotes) a.m. Husky Oil Husky Oil Husky Oil War 7.3S ureyiua r F Hu-sk'y Oil war F. 0.5. 12.01 13.16 .70 43.00 16.25 6.80 102.00 1.02 34.00 1.25 1.64 .72 7.00 1.32 .61 1.33 .42 15.00 20.00 i.aa 8.00 Joule! Kaiser Res Kam Kolia Lake Dufault L Ont Port Cem MGF Manage Mentor Newconex Pacific Pete Rank Org Selk Hold Shell Can Shell Inv Pfd Shell Inv Wls Sicks Rainier Teledyne West Cdn Seed White Yukon CALGARY Acroll Barons Oil North Cont Madison West Warner .3 PIPELINE STOCKS 5J5 Mutual Ac 5.42 5.96 14.50 2.65 2.00 -97 32.50 20.25 15.25 36.25 36.25 16.50 2.75 4.90 4-50 122' (VUJTUCH "V, Mutual Gr F 5.07 5.5 Nat Res N W Fin N W Gr Principal Gr Royfund Temp Gr United AC Universal sav versa VANCOUVER Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Bath Norses Beth Copper Block Bros Brenda B.C. Sugar 7.40 8.09 4.59 5.M 5.20 5.71 4.39 4.82 5.59 5.82 26.88 29.38 4.74 5.21 7.35 8.08 .18 .08 .45 1.51 17.25 3.40 6.50 19.75 St. iSE Capt inter ___ Churchill Copper Col Cellulose Coronation Credit (.oronauuii yi; Crestbrook F Ind -4.B5 Agra Ind Atco Ind Aquatalne Bril Nfld Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Pacific Inv rpR Pfd Crowsnest Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Cum Prop Gt Cdn Oil S Gt Cdn Oil 6-75 Home A Home B Horne Pltfld Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil 9.35 8.50 27.00 5.75 29.75 35.62V! 15.37V2 23.25 11.00 24.00 5.50 6.00 12.00 5.10 100.00 Ma, Hys interior Brew Inter Mariner Kamloops Copper Lornex Lytlon Minerals vy_______ KJgTn Scop AGF Special 2.B4 Primer cCdn DMd Gaz Metro 5.75 Gaz Metro Pfd A Tr Cdn P 33.25 Tr Cdn P Pfd B 40.00 Tr Cdn P Pld A 62-25 Tr P Cdn War 9-55 WC Trans .18 .26 7.85 .50 5.30 11.12% 3.00 .24 2.25 4.70 6.50 6.10 1.83 .75 300 men idled U 1972 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE l.m. OunlMl SURVEYOR To Perform Surveying Duties In The Lethbridge Area Graduation from a recognized Technical In- stitute in Survey Technology or a related field is required. A knowledge of basic electricity is desireable to assist with cathodic protection program. Apply in writing or in person to MR. J. W. FILDES, Manager, Canadian Western Natural Gas Company 410 Stafford Drive Lethbridtje, Alberta CORNERBROOK, Nfld. (CP) _ Bowaters Newfoundland Ud 's woods oerations in west- ern Newfoundland are to be shut down for the rest of the year, unless "unforeseen devel- opments" require that they re- sume, a company spokesman said here. He said an oversupply on the world newsprint market, which has caused four shutdowns at Bowaters mill here so far this year has "finally reached" the woods department. About 300 men are affecled. The company's woodland op- erations at Glenwood and Badger, which produce spruce pulpwood, will continue work- ing the spokesman said. Tho western operations produce fir pulpwood, of which the com- pany had enough on hand to meet its present needs. The company plans to resume woodland operations early to 1872. a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme -2 Advocate Asb. 2.01 Akaitcho -d Black Bay Bralorne 2.0. Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Central Pat. Chimo Con west Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont DlcKenson Mines Deniscn Mines Deer Horn D'Eidona Dome Mines DonESda Discovery Mines East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbrldge Frobex First Marltlmes Giant Y-K. Bovts Granduc Headway R.L. Hollinger a.m. QUOTM) opejnlska oslsko Patino 2-02 pine point .47 Placer Dev. .06 P.C. Exp. 2.05 Quebec Man .25 Rayrock Radiore 5.3S Rio Algom 1.96 Roman Corp. 22 6VA Sherritt Gordon 2.0S Silver Miller 1 27 Steep Rock 9.30 Tek Corp. Texmcnt Upper Canada Western Mines 1.80 .13 .35 8.75 1.11 2-1.7 Abitlbl Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Dofasco CAB Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hreyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie oou Hiram Walk Imperial Oil .06V3 IMASCO 2.18 Int Nickel 6.20 Int Pipe Inv Gp A Inl Utilities Indus! Accept Laurentide Kelly Doug A .HVs Loeb 6.20 Loblaw A 09'A Metro Stores Massey Ferg INDUSTRIALS McMillan Bloc 10.75 .30 20.25 30.00 31.50 1.03 .16 1.20 .29 lfi-00 6.60 .52 1.85 3.20 Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Trading continued light and price: were generally easier at mid session of the Winnipeg Grata Exchange today. Most trading was to Vancou ver rapeseed where price were strongest. The September future was five cents higher. Trading was light to feed grains and prices were frac- tionally lower. MID-SESSION Flax. July 1% lower 2.37Vi, Oct 2 lower Nov. 2V8 lower 2.4.1A, Dec. 1 lower May IVt lower 2.50A. Rapeseed Vancouver: July 2 lower 3.HH4A, Sept. 5 higher Nov. higher Jan. Vi higher 2.88A, March Vt lower 2.80A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay. Oct 7s lower 2.92A, Dec. 2V4 lower May 1 lower Oats: July unchanged 73V4A, Oct. Vs higher Dec., May not open. Barley: July not open, Oct. lower Dec. lower May lower 1.08HB. Rye: July not open, Oct. Vs lower l.OttiB, Dec. unchanged May not open. Prices for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durum 1.83V4; 2 1.8CM; 3 1.7H4; 4 1.67V4! IGA prices: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durum 2 3 1.7M; 4 1.67V4. WINNIPEG (CP) Gram quotes Friday (basis Lake- _ High Low Close Jly 237% 235% 237Vi Oct 240V4 242 Nov 241 23E 240% Dec 239% 238V4 249% May 250% 247% 249% Rapeseed Vancouver Jly S53 338 338 Sep 313% 305% 313% NOV 293% 290% 293 Jan 288% 284% 286% Mar 280% 278% 280 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 292% 2S9 292'A Dec 281 278% 280 May 284 282 283% Jly35 73V, Oct 73% 72% Deo 72% 72 72% May 73% Barley Jly HI Oct 112V4 111% 111% Dec 111% 109% 111% May 109 108% 109 Rye 100 Oct 101% 100% 101% Dec 100% 100% 100% May 104V4 refund the tax already ..H.rl "in any fair way, because Trie wide range of products and the very large number of retailers and distributors" in- volved. The exdse tax applied to radio and television sets and parts, and to equipment used to ligh-fidelity home entertain- ment components. When the tax was withdrawn, effective June 19, a number of retailers dropped their prices, n part to reflect the lower dealer costs and in part to en- courage sales during the usually slack summer season. One bf the difficulties with re- funding the tax already paid, a finance department spokesman the date of lower rates coming into effect. By the same token, the finance department does not charge higher taxes on goods ready made or imported when such duties are increased, a spokesman said. Brokerage shares traded nuaiici; ucyoA said is the number of middle- men involved between the do- mestic producer or and the retail outlet. WANT SAME TREATMENT The tax was imposed on the manufacturer for domestic goods, and on the importer for parts and equipment brought into Canada from abroad, prin- cipally Japan. Distributors and retailers added their profit mar- gins to the tax-paid manufactur- ers' or importers' prices. Retailers have been asking for the same treatment of elec- tronic equipment as that ac- corded automobiles some years ago when import duties were dropped for ears and parts brought into Canada from the United States under a nadian automobile free trade agreement. The finance department says NEW YORK (AP) Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith Inc. today became the first brokerage house to have its shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Merrill Lynch shares were listed simultaneously on the Midwest Stock Exchange and Ex- Dirty Hargreaves 1.45 Wright Willroy i is Windfall Yellowknlfe Bear 5j Zenmac 72.50 .09 .99 1.05 2.95 .21 1.05 9.80 2.05 6.15 7.25 21.25 13.00 8.50 7.25 Department of National Health Welfare BLACKFOOT INDIAN HOSPITAL GlEICHEN, Alberta 1 Public (Service of I Canada HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER SALARY To provide general administrative services re programme carried out In the Gleichcn Hospital. This involves advising the director re financial, personnel and material resources and directing the administrative support staff. Apply Immediately on Form PSC 367.401 "Application for obtainable at nearest Public Service Cammis- office, Post Office or Canada Manpower Centre to: Pub- lic Service Commission, 300 Confederation Building 10353 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton 15, Alberta. Quele No. 71-E-523. Hydra Ex. Iron Bay ISO Jollet Quebec Kerr Addlson Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Madsen R.L. Malartlc G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyrt Mela AMdrlm Intern Mogul New Athona New Calumet New Imperial Ntranda Nurthgatt Norltx Cdn Brew Chemceil Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indus! Canda S S Cdn Marcont Cdn Vlckers chyrsler CPR Cominco Cons Bath Ju cons Gas .14Vz DIst Sea 21Vi Dom Bridge .75 Domtar 34 nom Textile 9.38 Dom Stores .36 Dome Pete 3.15 1.53 .30 8.50 .34 39.75 3.10 .85 97.00 .12 .n 10.50 Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B North, Cent New VI Homes 46.12V2 Power Corp 19.50 Price Co 63.25 Rothmans 13.S7V2 St Law Corp 19.25 Shell CDA 19.62V2 Simpson's 4.50 Simp Sears 6.B7V2 Steel of Can 5.50 Selkirk A 3.90 Texaco 26.75 Traders Gp A 1 10 Trans Mtn Pp 11 50 Trans Can Pp 13.12V2 Union Gas 3200 Union Oil 315 Versatile Mtg 8 75 Westeel 25.75 Union Car 63.62W Weston's B Woodward's A 875 West Cdn Sd 51.62IA Zenith 54.75 BANKS 23.62V2 Can Imperial 1395 Montreal 18.25 Nova Scotia 12.50 Royal 101.00 Tor-Dom 13.50 42.50 5.00 79.00 15.62'A 24.75 15.00 2.75 21.50 37.00 26.00 19.75 34.75 28.50 7.87V2 36.50 18.25 fi.37Vi 5.37V2 3.85 J4.50 10.75 23.62V2 36.50 18.00 17.75 8.12VJ 5.25 7.871A 11.00 19.00 36.25 20.62% 26.75 26.12'A 15.25 34.50 13.75 23.62'A 33.25 15.75 45.00 4.25 11.75 17.50 17.12'A 23.50 1.85 22.371A 15.75 26.62'A 27.50 25.62V4 roads claim draws challenge HYTHE (CP) A claim, by three Datoousie University students that Alberta has the dirtiest highways to Canada has been challenged by the Hvtbe Chamber of Commerce. The Nova Scotia students, who are taking a highway lit- ter count across Canada, said they found pieces of gar bage to a sampling along Highway 3 for one-tenth of a mile between Medicine Hat, Lethbridge and Fort Macleod. They translated this into pieces of litter for each mile Feeling that this was a slight against Albertans, the Hythe chamber conducted its own lit- ter count along a 30-mile stretch of Highway 2, west of Grande Prairie. After 12 hours in tie ditches, they reported finding an average of 793 pieces of garbage per mile. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds was down 3-32 to 27-32. Pound sterling was down Vs to NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar up 5-64 at 98 11-M in terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- ing down 1-32 at 27-32. SPEEDY HEART A mouse's heart beats from Uoo to 700 times a minute. the Pacific Coast Stock change. Common stock in Marrill Lynch, the largest United States brokerage firm, had been traded on the over-the-counter market since it first offered shares publicly June 23. Donald T. Regan, Merrill Lynch board chairman, placed an order to purchase the first 100 shares of his firm's stock to the tirade on the NYSE. The opening price was share. A total of of Merrill Lynch's common shares were listed on the board. Two other major houses announced plans this week to go public. They were A. G. Edwards and Sons Inc., with leadquarters to St. Louis, and Dean Witter and Co. of Sao Francisco. Three NYSE member firms besides Merrill Lynch currently are publicly owned. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producer! Marketing Board: Edmonton: 22.05. age Thursday 22.65. "Red 22.05. Aversgi Thursday 22.67. Calgary: 22.55. Avtragi Thursday 22.70. TJoydminster: No sales. Av- erage Thursday 22.30. Total hogs sold Thursday average 22.63. Sows aver- age 12.97. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Thursday: Open High Low Close Sep 32.50 32.50B Nov 31.50 31.50 United Motors Appointment EXECUTIVE SALES OPPORTUNITY deo velopmont in the advertising media. Calling on and professional people only. Previous sales experience an asset. Remuneration Commission Basis -Average .arningl to Territory Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Sur- rounding districts. SEND RESUME TO W. G. PORTER PHONE GUIDE OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA BOX 8340 STATION 'F' CALGARY, ALBERTA _ New York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T AnncondS Beth Chrysler Comsnt Dupont GAT Gulf Int Harvester Copper M I. 15 W Oils 33718 "P .M Volume NEW YORK AVERAGES 4550 30 Indus! 863.03 up 1.61 m Rails 'II S', TORONTO AVERAGES II U" 20 Indus 178.J6 up M Volume f.BJO.OOO MMV, 81.1714 Toxas Gull Texas Co Wicks Corp '0 woolworlh COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES IN NEWLY-FORMED VILLAGE Proposals are Invited from corporations or in- dividuals interested in developing commercial facili- ties and services at the newly-formed village of Elk- ford 20 miles north of Natal, B.C. About 300 famil.es are expected to live there by this fall. Please direct inquiries tos J. F. BUCKINGHAM, General Supervisor, Personnel Cominco Ltd. Trail, B.C. T.I. 364-58M MR. A. V. (Al) DORGS Mr. T. G. Martin, dcnt and General Manager ii pleased to announce the appoint- ment of Al Dorge as Service Manager. In his new position Al will be responsible for oil al- pects of the new-opproach-tc- service program recently Intro- duced at United Co. Ltd. Al brings to his new position a valuable background having operated his own business and served as service manager for a large dealership. Is mar- ried, has 4 children and Is a member of the Norbridge Lionl Club. ;