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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta quotations be 1 pKll M Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCuaig Unailcil) LAST BID OR Tests show weed Decline h prices TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market edged fractionally higher in moderate mid-raoi-niog trading today, interrupting three consecutive sessions of decline. The industrial index was up to 203.EO, golds .28 to 208.9 and western oils 1.04 to Base metals were down .01 to 95.13. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down Irom at the same time Tuesday. Advances edged declines, 109 lo 98, with 222 issues unchanged. Sectors which moved moderately higher included banking, paper and forest, construction and materials and general manufacturing issues while communication, real estate, steel and food processing stocks remained lower. Pacific Pete was up to Bank of Nova Scotia 5. to Murritt Photofax to Rank to S25V4, Pan Ocean to and Sherritt Vt to International Utilities rose to Delta-Bcnco 'A to Bell 7j to Tamblyn V4 to Inco to and i up h a n g c, Yukon Consolidated old rose 1 cent on a volume of shares. EW YORK NEW YORK (AP) Stock arket prices scored solid gains oday, extending Tuesday's up-ving into what has the mak-gs of a full-scale rally. The Dow Jones average of 30 dustrials, up nearly 6% points liesday, climbed 5.42 addi-ional points at noon today to 3.6-1. Oils, rails, chemicals, and air-rafls were mixed. Steels, rub-er issues, mail order-retail, eclronics and metals were lip, hile motors were off. Among Canadians, Dome lines was up to to Granby Mining s to and IMntyre Hi to Alcan lost lo 520% and )istillers Seagrams Vs to a.m. Quotes) Quolcs} a.m. 1 WESTERN OILS Husky Oil 14.75 M.jlual Gr F 5.H S.ll J Llm nex Husky Oil B 42.X Nat Res 7.70 7.87 55 Eail Husky Oil War 4.TO N W Fin Wamera H.lZVj Inler Pipe 14.WV1 N W Gr 6.H uhland ll.MVi Inter Prov Sleel 1J.50 Principal Or 5.19 5.70 !T> Oil GM 5.M Kaiser Res 3.35 RoyfuIKl 4.93 -an Soulh Pacific Pelt 38.50 Tomp Gr 7.15 7.81 -dn Ex Gas 3.50 Rainier United Ac 5.53 4.0S d a" Homesld 1.00 Teledyne Universal say 8.10 6.M a dn Ind Gas Oil 10J7Vi West Cdn Seed 6.00 Vanguard 10.15 11.12 :dn super 4SM Wnltepass and Yuk 11.75 Cmmr, Vent 7.84 8.H IT ;dn'Long Is .50 WeslMetd 1.34 VANCOUVER e IhleFlan 8.BO CALGARY MINES ej ;i Cdn Oil 7.00 Madison .15 fjorser 88 d Oil 535 WBl1 Warner M Brenda J 'ancdn Pele Alia Gas A 57.75 HjiSjn" My, S INDUSTRIALS S Cdn Brew A 31.CO Amr Gr F 7.47 Block Bros 3.35 t Cdn Brew B 35.75 AGT- Special 3.52 B.C. Sugar 10.62W L Cdn Pacific Inv 26.37'A can In F 5.08 5.51 B.C. Sugar Pld 17.50 n Crowsnest Ind 28.25 Col Muhjgf 6.96 7.64 Capt Infer Cygnus A 5.25 cmnw Inler 14.49 15.92 Crestbrook F Ind 1.35 Cygnus B 5.75 Cmnw Lev 3.93 4.32 Hys 3-75 Falcon Copper Corp Invest 6.13 6.70 Columbia 3.35 Genslar 15.00 Corp In St F 5.22 5.71 Key Indus! .65 Home A 37.25 Dreyfus F U.S. 13.39 14.67 Pacific W Air 24.00 Home B 31.25 Gr In Shares 4.13 4.54 Stampede Inll Res .9t> Hud Bey Co 17.25 Gr Equity 8.00 OILS f ud Bay Oil 42.00 Invest Gr F 13.55 Albany Oil .tl Hud Bay Oil Pfd 49.00 Invesl Mulua 5.86 6.41 Plains Pele ,22V) Hugh Russell 31.75 Mutual Ac 591 6.50 West Expfor .10 Toronto mines., industrials l (Supplied By Richardson Securities ol Canada) LAST BID OR SALE I a.m. Quotes) a.m. auofes) EltiOO a.m. Quotes) MINES Norlhgale 5.70 Dome Pete 42.75 Acme .34 Norlex .23 Dofasco Advocate Asb. 1.65 osisko .30 Cable 20.12Vi Akailcho .6? Pine Point 31.SO Ford of Am VANCOUVER (CP) Brit-h Columbia's coast forest in-ustry faces mill shut tlowns ud iighl running for several onlhs even If Ihere is no gen-al strike, a forest industry cecutivc said Tuesday. Hoss Douglass, vice presi-cnt for Forest Operations at -ayonior Canada (B.C.) Ltd., f sid the faller walkout that be- i an in mid April already has t the log inventory of most rest companies and it will be onths before the situation is ack to normal. c The walkout of about 300 fall-rs has froced the companies i lay off about workers id another members of ie International Woodworkers 1 America are off the job in a rike that has not been sanc-oned by the union. Contract egotiations are continuing. Mr. Douglas said that even if they went back to work ighli away :many operations ace shut downs." Logs aren't coining out of the ush and operations all the way long the line to the mills are iffectcd, he said. "It is really like a great big jipe he said. "Once you top the flow there is a gap in iie pipe line. The gap can be b By JEFF CARRUTHEHS K Herald Ottawa Bureau b OTTAWA The weed killer d ,4-D has been found to cause irlh to be leralogenie r -in animal experiments per- t( ormed by two federal health department scientists, Dr. K. S. Oiera and Dr. W. P. McKinley. fe The results ot the Ottawa ex> wrimenls, just published in Ihe D J.S. scientific journal Toxicol-gy and Applied Pharmacology, e onfirm suspicions raised al- nost three years ago, when a re-ated weed and brush control hemical. was found to e teratogenic. (e The use of around the tr loinc, in recreational areas and s on cereal crops was banned in u Canada two years ago, suppos- i edly to protect pregnant women s :rom exposure to the herbacide. Government officials say t ihere is no intention at present 2 lo ban or restrict the use of c D. t In (he recent health department experiments, the scientists found that "moderately high 1 amounts" of produced sig- e nificant skeletal malformations t in the offspring of pregnant rats c fed the chemical for 10 consecu- live days. j The dose amounted to def X) milligrams per kilogram ody weight of each rat. And the un-si-weight, delayed formation ol lines and the growth of extra >s, for example did not seem interfere with the survival of e offspring. Significantly, similar birth were produced by similar oscs of fed to 'the preg-ant rats in the same tests. In some instances, lower lev-s of produced malforma-ons while similar lower doses produced none Dr. McKinley, one of the sci-itists, indicated in a recent that the health depart-eut docs not feel that is efficiently hazardous lo hu-ans to warrant recommending the agriculture department jecific restrictions on its use. The agriculture department in jrn does not intend to restrict 4-D at this time, though the hemical has "teralogenic po-ential" in humans. Dr. McKinley, who along with )r. Khera is with. the research ah oratories of the health branch, estimated that a regnant woman would have to crisume two ounces of to uplicate the 100 milligram per ilogram dose in the rats that reduced malformations. The human dose, which jased on the assumption that he herbicide is as teralogenic n humans as in rats, would have lo drop to about one-half an ounce before all chance of malformation would disappear. The experiments revealed :hat less numerous but still significant malformations occurred even al a dose of 25 milligrams in the rats with Dr. McKinley said, "I don't hink there is any possible way 'or a pregnant woman to consume enough from food to cause any damage." But he noted that the health department, in its advice to the agriculture department on considered the hazards ot related to foods only. At present, can be used on cereal crops, to control weeds. As much as live parts irer million is allowed on ono food crop, asparagus. No or have been found on food crops for human consumption by health department food basket surveys, h e added. The chemical, which Is considerably more popular around the home than ever was, is used principally as a weed killer on lawns and as a brush control along roadsides and along hydro right-of-ways. stores sales up 9 per cent OTTAWA (CP) Department tores recorded a nine-per-cent ncrease in sales in April with a year earlier, Sta-istics Canada reported Tues-ay. Other retail outlets had a 6.6-pcr-cent sales increase in the same period. Shoppers spent million in department stores and )illiou in other retail outlets :uring April this year, compared with million and about billion during April, 1971. The biggest department-store gains occurred in sporting joods, home furnishings and motographie equipment. Tha riggest gains In other retail out-ets went to jewelery and shoe stores and motor vehicle prices Winnipeg Mines 1 to Gull Oil was down to Tara to Rio Algom Vs to Canadian Tire A 'A to General Distributors Vi lo and Patino to MONTREAL MONTREAL Two one-million-share transactions i r Yukon Consolidated Golc pushed the combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges up to today. Tuesday's combined volume at the same time was On index, papers led the gains, rising .55 to 87.97, banks gamed .37 to 247.82, and industrials .15 to 219.10. Compos ite held firm at 211.69 while util Hies dropped .66 to 163.52. The Bank of Nova Scotia which has announced an in crease in its dividend for th quarter ending July 31 to 2a cents a share, up from 24 cents rose by Vt today to Pacific Petroleum gained 1 1 and Consolidated Bathurs to Rapid Data dropped IVs t ?25% and Dominion Dairies wa off 1 to On the Canadian Stock .29 P.C. Exp. Befbfehem 70.25 Quebec Man 4.05 Gen Motors 75.1 2Vi .11 Grt Lakes Pp IS.llVi .29 Gulf Oil Cda resen too string CALGARY (CP) Regulations requiring maintenance of natural gas reserves sufficient lo meet Canadian demands for the next 30 years are too stringnet, a hearing into the field price of gas was told Tuesday, Economists Sherman Clark of the Stanford Research Institute said an 8-year "index would provide adequate long-term requirements for Canada, especially with current development in the northern and offshore areas." The 10-year index used in the United States has proved wholly inadequate but 18 years would ensure supply through good and bad periods of regulai ent, loration and production. Mr. Clark was testifying at ie second day of hearings by ie Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board. The board began its hearings )is spring then adjourned after resentaUons by producers which mostly wanted higher irices and carriers and cus-omers which generally wanted o change. The current price of gas anges within eight cents of 20 cents a thousand cubic feet vhich a study conducted under Clark said was about hall he fair market value com pared with other fuels. Under questioning, Mr. Clark said it the price of gas goes up in Alberta "it's going to go up in the other provinces, states and possibly all over the vorld." If the prices does not rise he demand for the fuel coulo become so great that all avail able supplies would be ab sorbed. However, the world energ; demands might reach a plateai oy 1990, he said, because of nev .echnology and changing I i f styles. Research into fuel cells anc direct energy conversion is pro ceeding rapidly which could re suit in the efficiency- of fuel 1 told doubling from current levels. The rate of population growth would decline along with the ;rowth rate for the "gross na-ional product and concern about "quality of life11 would ba shown by things such as B switch to mass transit from private vehicles. Ah1 this would lead to an energy-demand plateau that could last 20 to 30 years. The Stanford study was commissioned by the Canadian Petroleum Association and the Independent Petroleum Asso. tiation of Canada, both production-exploration groups. They have argued that unless prices, are increased money will not be risked to find new supplies and reserves will eventually decrease. 17.25 Roman Hawker Sid mo 1.15 Silver Miller .05 Hiram Walker 42.87Vj Conwest 7.05 steep Rock 1.95 Imp Oil 38.75 Cons. Rambler 1.55 Tek Core. 5.40 Imasca 25.12'A Con Lake .13 Texmont .55 Int Nickel 31.l2Vj Cocrenour .50 Upper Canada 2.42 Int Pipe 31.75 Cralgmont 8.40 Western Mine! 3.40 Inv Group A 8.75 Dlcxenson Mines T.52 Wright Hsrgreaves 1.19 Int UNI Denlson Mines 37.50 Willroy 1.18 Ind Accep 19.25 Deer Horn .05 Windfall Laurenflde 12.75 D'Fldona .45 Yellowknlfe Bear 4.40 Kelly Doug A 7.M Dome Mines 75.00 Zenmac .17 Loeb 4.30 Donalda .48 INDUSTRIALS Loblaw A 7.50 Dscovery Wine! .95 Ablllbl 9.00 Mel Stores 73.00 East Malnrllc 3.05 Alcan 20.12W Massey Ferg 14.37V> East Sullivan 2.55 Afgoma Sleel 13.62Vi Moore Corp 47.50 Falconbrfdge 69.00 Atco Ind 11.87Vj MolsonS A 27.00 Frobex Allantic Sugar 6.12Vj Worsens B 26.75 F rst Marlllmw .75 Agra Ind 13.75 Norln Cent 12.62V5 Giant Y.K. Bell Tel 43.25 Power Corp 11.75 BovJS 1.75 eraill TMC 23.00 Price Co 8.50 Granduc 3.60 B.C. Tel 60.00 Rothmans 23.00 Headway R.L. 5.50 Burns 15.00 Shell CDA 45.75 Hollmger 41.25 B.C. Forest 21.75 Simpson's 27.00 Hudson Bay M-S 22.25 B.C. Sugar 20.62Vi Sfmp Sears 39.00 Hydra Ex. .24 Bow Val Ind 32.00 Sleel o! Cda 33.371'j Iron Bay .40 CAE Ind 8.12'A Selklkr A 23.00 Iso 1.90 Cdn Brew 7.50 Texaco 49.00 Joliet Quebec .28 chemcell 4.60 Traders Grp A 16.50 Kerr Addison 9.55 Col Cell 2.00 Trans Mtn Pp 21.75 Key Anacon .22 Calgary Pow 25.00 Trans Cda Pip 43.75 Labrador 40.25 Coron Credit 1.60 Union Gas Lake Shore 3.30 C.W.N. Gas Pfd 11.25 Union Oil 41.00 Langis Silver .07 Cdn Ind 16.87VJ VersaMIs Mfg 6.75 AAadsen R.L. .63 Marcon 3.50 Wesleel 20.50 Malartic G F. .69 Cdn Vlckers 12.75 -Union car 17.75 Martfn McNecly .11 Chrysler 3D.M weston's B 21.00 Maclnlyrt C.P.R. 16.25 Woodward's A Meta .12 comlnco 2.9.50 Zenilh Elec 2.9J Mldrlm .16W Cons Bam 12.00 BANKS Intern Mogul 9.75 Cons Gas 1B.OO Nu West Hornet 9.75 Dist Seagramj 36.25 Can Imp New Alhona .16' Dom Bridge 31.00 Montreal 20.00 New Calumet .28 Domtar 14.75 Nova Scolia 35.62Vi W. Horse Copper 2.35 Dom Textile 30.75 Royal 31.25 Norenda Dorr, Stores 16.50 Tor.Dom 30.3714 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Can Amr T end T 1I5.62W 20 Golds 203.95 up .29 Anaconda 19 25 ltd OH of N.J. 74.75 10 Base Met 95.25 up .11 BemStMl 30.12V4 Texas Gulf 116.87Vi 15 W Oil! 237.30 up .74 cSrysler 31.S2VJ Texas Co 33.12V] Volume 94S.OM Comsat 61.75 Wlckes Corp 43.00 NEW YORK AVERAGES CM It'.Wi U." 20 Rails 246.75 up .70 Int Harvester 33.50 Gen Tel Elec 28.37Vi 15 Utilities 105.57 op .04 Kenn Copper 22.371A TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slocks 317.80 up 1.30 Montgomery Ward 25.25 20 Indus! 203.78 up .46 Volume (CP) Hape-seed prices gained more than hree cents on strong exporter and commission house buying at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Barley prices also showed some improvement on shipper and maltster business while oals remained :irm. Flax moved up on a lack of offers while rye fluctuated fractionally on a limited demand. Volume of trade Tuesday was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session Prices: Flax: July 1 higher 2.83 Oct. -Ys higher 2.33 Ve B; Nov. SB higher 2.81 Dec. higher 2.77 %B. Rapeseed Vancouver: June 1 higher 2.52 B; Sep. 3 higher 2.57; Nov. 3 higher 2.55 ?SA; Jan. 2 Va higher 2.52 %B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July 2 higher 2.40 %A; Oct. 2 higher 2.40B; Nov. 1 vs higher 2.40 V4B; Dec. unchanged 2.33 Oals: July unchanged 69 ViA; Oct. unchanged 70 %B; Dec. unchanged 70 %B. Barley: July Vt higher l.OD %A; Oct. 9s higher 1.09 Dec. higher 1.09 Rye: July lower 1.01 Oct. Ms higher l.OOA; Dec. ti higher 99 %A. WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Tuesday (basis Lake-head: High Low Close ..Flax Jly 28414 2821z 28214 Ocl 2M 283 283 Nov 28214 281 28L Dec 277 Rapeseed Vancouver Jun 250% Sep 25014 NOV 249 252 Jan 2505s 2505s Flapeseecl Thunder Bay Jly 237 238 Oct 238 235-Ti 248 Nov 233% Dec 23314 offers bonds OTTAWA (CP) The finance department has, decided to allocate orders for million of this week's bond offer to five-year convertible bonds paying interest at seven per cent a year. The bonds will be convertible at the end of the first five years to a further five-year bond pay-Ing 7% per cent interest. The remaining million of the offer made Monday will be sold in SW-per-cent bonds 'corning due Feb. 1, 1974. As usual, the department did not announce how much of the total the Bank of Canada took. It had agreed to take a minimum of million of eithei maturity, leaving million to be raised in borrowings from the general public. The ?WO million raised in the bond offering is to be used to pay off part of million worth of old bonds coming due this outlook gloomy TORONTO (CP) Eric Kierans, former president of the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges, painted a dim pic ture Tuesday of Canada's economic future. "On the basis of the most recent statements by the cabinet there will be no real changes in economic policy and the problems will remain unresolvei during the "70s and will worsen dramatically." Mr. Kierans told a McGill al umni meeting that Canada' present industrial strategy is a disaster plan headed toward more inflation more foreign ownership, a ris ing value for the Canadian up TORONTO (CP) The Bank of Nova Scotia said Tuesday it is Increasing its dividend for the quarter ending July SI to 25 cents a share, up from 24 cents previously. The bank said the extra distribution of two cents a share normally paid for the last quarter of the each year is to be discontinued.. New budget systems for hospitals EDMONTON (CP) T h cabinet has approved a ne budget system for Alberta hos pitals. Under the system, known as the Global Budget Concep hospitals will be inform et about proposed government fi andal support early in the yea a change that hopefully w allow hospitals time to prepa budgets that will keep defici to a minimum. A government spokesma said the system is designed give hospital boards and t Alberta Hospital Services Com mission more control ov Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 180 cattle. Receipts about evenly divided between slaughter and replacement cattle. Trade active. Good and choice butcher sleers meeting only fair demand, prices 25 cents or more lower. Insufficient butcher heifers sold earlier to establish reliable quotations. Medium to good cows 25 to 50 cents lower. Medium and good heavy feeder steers meeting reasonably good demand, prices 50 cents lower. Choice steers 35.50 to 36.20; good 3125 to 35.55. Good cows 25 to 25.90; medium 23 to 24.50; canners and cutlers 19 to 22.50. Good heavy feeder sleers over 850 poiuids 34.50 lo 36, medium 31 to 34. Good light stock steers 36 to 38.75. Butcher .hogs sold nt Lelli-bridge yards 31.80 lo 31.00 baso price. Good lambs 32. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock market lo 11 a.m.; head, mostly heifers and cows. Trade was active. Slaughter steers, particularly those more than pounds, were scarce at genera 1 1 y steady prices; holstein steers met a good demand at 32.60 to 32.80 with the odd sale higher. Heifers were barely steady to weaker; cows were 25 to K cents lower and bulls were lower. Choice slaughter steers 35.25 lo good 34.25 to 35.25 medium 32.50 to 34. Choice heifers to good 33 U) medium 30 to 32. Good cows 26 27, medium 24.75 lo 25.75, canners and cutters 20 to 24.50. Good bulls 27 to 29.40. Replacement cattle were mostly fleshy, heafers and steers at steady prices, No stock calves offered. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 34.60 to 37.70; good feeder heifers 32 to 34.60. Hogs base price 31.45. Lambs were steady Tuesday with good kinds CANADA LIMITED INTERNATIONAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER Requires the services of a soles representative in Lethbridge Salary, bonus, fringe benefits and on excellent opporlun-ily for advancement. Selling experience preferred but not essential. A car ii necessary. far appointment Phone Mr. D. J. McDOWElt beiwecn 9 a.m. to p.m. Monday through Friday, al BUSINESS AND OFFICE MANAGERS Wc Arc Offering for Sole Or Rental ONE FIVE TOTAL BURROUGHS F 5200 ACCOUNTING MACHINE wilh automatic alignment, dual printing heocfj, simplified numofic keyboard, fast four program change and oiher features. Approxfmately seven years ofd in excellent condition ond used 'for four years. Programmed now lor accounts receivable, accounts receivable age analysis, general ledger, trial balance and cheque writing. We were processing eight thousand sale invoices working wilh over three ihoujand active _accounti plus general ledger requirements. Ease of operation mokes for efficient machine time and ana girl can handle ell aspects y. TOTAL PRICE We are willing to offer a training period ond assist wifh form design which would e iminale any program changes for a small addilional charge. ONE BURROUGHS THIRTEEN FULL KEYBOARD PAPER TAPE PUNCH MACHINE in good working condition. This equipment requires maintenance duo to the solid printing heads which also cut back on the noise factor. We used this equipment to process over input entries each monlh handled by ons airl. TOTAL PRICE Al one time we used both machines with our paper punch machine producing our sales analysis breakdown. Plenie call MR. GEORGE DRUHAN at 327-7249 for further Dec Barley Jly 10914 109U Dec 10914 Rye Jly 10114 Oct lOO'.i 991s Dec IfJO'.B 99ii Mr. Kierans said in a question period later he would .favo eliminating tariff barriers protecting Ontario manufacturer at a gradual rate of 10 per ccn a year, but that should be COL pled with a 95-per-cent Cana dian dollar, a "realistic value against the United Stales DfV Careers in We t SCOPE FOR INDIVIDUAL busir GROWTH AND ADVANCEMENT form by i cty Subs OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER Icrcs EDUCATION adva Thos SAtARY FULLY perie COMMENSURATE WITH anal QUALIFICATIONS stfon AND EXPERIENCE la'rll For writ ATTRACTIVE FRINGE BENEFIT BANK Management ove a number of openings Icad-o management positions for wiih financial or other ess experience. Successful canes will receive comprehensive e- ob training supplemented by a instruction courses followed iterestina assignments in o vari-sf branches throughout Alberto, equenl openiiigi will occur In a variety of situation) which we d be pleased lo discuss with in-ed applicants, Promotion is d on merit and opportunities fcr ncemeru are excellent. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS e we are seeking should poiiesi ast a year or two business ex-nce preferably In a financial ig. Previous training will bo ully evaluated but in the final prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberla Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 31.35, average Tuesday 31.53. Tied Deer: 31.40, average Tuesday 31.38. Calgary: 31A5, average Tuesday 31.48. Lelhbridge: N i 1, average Tuesday 31.68. Lloydminslcr: Nil, average Tuesday 31.25. Port Maeleod: Nil, average Tuesday 31.50. Grande Prairie: Nil, averagt Tuesday 30.65. Fairview: Nil, average Tues day 30.42. Total Hogs -sold Tuest a; hogs sold to 11 a.m. 431 avearge 31.44. Sows average SALE OR RENT OR RENT WITH OPTION TO PURCHASI Comer lot property at 1210-3 Ave. North The lot with office ond warehouse tan purchased with. 500.00 down, balance ai rent per month If Tnleresttd conlach KUNDRICK, JR. Box 687 or Telephone 327-901 ENGINEERS Second class Steam Engineers with a valid British Columbia or Alberla Certificate are required for o luTphur plant near Fort St. John, B.C. graduates with a third cfasj certificate and deilroui of qualifying for a B.C. second clan a fa invited to apply. Relocation expenses will be paid by Company and interviews will be ranged for Edmonton or Calgary. Liberal Company be .rs. Ploaie reply to j Box Number 133, interest in working successfully others will be the most impor-crileria in selecting candidates, urlher information telephone or B. K. Wershler Employment Officer P.O. Bag Service 2534 Calgary 2, Alberta Telephone: 268-3484 or call on nny of our branch managers By THE CANADIAN PKESS Bow Valley Industries Ltd. 5% per cent pfd. series A 2714 cents July 15, record June 30. Steel Co. of Canada LI el., XI cents Aug. 1, record July 4. Steinberg's Ltd., SVi rtfr ccn rttiaiA July ;