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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Oil, Industrial Index Declines TORONTO (CP) - The Toronto stock iraarket was mixed to fractionally lower in light mid-morning trading today. On index, industrial dnapped .21 to 156.13, aind western oils 1.03 to 134.94. Croldls were im-chamged ait 151.65'and biase metals advanced .30 to 92.61. Volume by 11 a.m. was 343,000 shares, compared with 316,000 at the siame time Monday. Losses outnumbered gains 82 to 69 with 151 issues uinchaoged. The largest were in beverage, communication amd bamk sectors. Seagram dropped 1 to 451/4, Argus Vz to 13, totematianial Utilities % to 2VA, Chrysler % to 19Vz, Standai-d Broadcasting % to 8%, Canadian Industrial Gas 'A to 8'A aa:d Pacific Pete % to 211/4. New Quebec Baglan was down 'A to 16%, Home A Vi bD $2501 MiUion Project At Montreal MONTREAL (CP) - The $250,000,000 Cace Concordia project to be constructed in the heart of the city was unveiled Monday with the announcement that the first phase of the operation win begin before the end of the vear. The urban redevelopment project, to be built on a 25-acre site, will consist of residential, office and commercial elements including a 250-room hotel. It will eventually provide housing for 7,000 persons. Premier Robert Bourassa presided at the unveiling ceremony and said the project will creaite thousands of jobs, "a priority subject of our govem-mient in its efforts to stimulate economic growth." The new "ommibuilding" will be oonstruoted by Concordia City Properties Ltd. and the U .S .4) a s e d Ford Foimdaition which now is making its fu-st investment in the field of real estate development. Some Off the major components in the first phase oif the project include the creati-an of Montreal's second weatherproof pedestrian system, creation of three residential clusters oontaining 1,400 middle-income dweUiing units, a 29-storey medical-office tower, and two "action centres" containing boutiques, shops, cinemas and a market place. 14, Mclntyre % to 164 and Bethlehem Vs to 14 y2. MARKET FIRM MONTREAL (CP) - The Manti-ea-l stock market was fractionjally firmer in extremely light early trading today. TraosCanada PipeLine was off % to 25% on a lOO-share trade. The National Energy Board has set Oct. 6 as the date for considering the company's apptcaition for an increase in its domestic natural gas rate. Seagrams dipped VA tg^45 and MagniosDinac Canada % to 5%. CPR was up % to 55, Canada Cement V2 to 34 and Industrial Acceptaince % to 14%. On index, indusitriails were up .16 to 157.41, utmities .03 to 124.75, the composite .11 to 152.53 and papers .02 to 85.86. Banks were unchanged at 166.88. Combine d volume on the Montreal and Canadiain stock exchanges was 111,300 shares at 11 a.m. compared with 120,200 ait the same time Monday. DJA OFF NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices dropped steadily today in light trade-faUing below the 714 recovery level passed last Tlmrsday. At nom the Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks closed off 6,23 at 709.88. Among Cainadiains, Gramby Mining rose Vt and Wailker Gooderhana and Grastar Ltd. Va each. Alcam fell %, Mco Vs and Dome Mines %. On the Amrioan Stock Exchange, Brascan Ltd. fell Vi and Scurry-Rainbow Vs. Potato Prices WINNIPEG (OP) - The Mari-times potato futures market was inactive Monday. Open High Low Qose Fri. Nov 2.30A 2.30A Mar 2.60A 2.60A GM Chairman In Hospital TORONTO (CP) - Officials ait Tororto Gemeral Hospital said today Ctol. R. S. Mc-LaugMin, 98, chairman of the board of General Mcitors of Canada Ltd., remadms in saitisfac-tory condition. He underwent an operation Friday for a bowel ob-stru'ctiran. Livestock Lethbridge Livestock No Sale Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) - On offer to 11 a.m.: about 1,700 head, mostly steers and heifers with a fair percentage of lightweights. Trade was moderately active. Slaughter steers sold fairly steady. Heifers were steady with sales to 27.50. Good cows steady, medium and canners fully steady. Bulls sold higher with sales to 29.40. Choice steers 29.25 to 30.10, good 28.25 to 29.25, medium 27 to 28; choice heifers 26.25 to 27.30, good 25.75 to 26.50, medium 24.50 to 25.50; good cows 21.25 to 22.25, medium 20.25 to 21.25, canners and cutters 18 to 20; good bulls 26.50 to 29. Replacement cattle were mostly fleshy steers weighing more than 800 pounds and heifers over 650 pounds. Prices were generally steady. Good feeder steers 29.50 to 31; good stock and feeder heifers 26.50 to 27,50. There were no stock or slaugliter calves on offer early. There were no hogs sold f.o.b, Calgary to 11 a.m. Egg Prices EDMONTON (CP) - Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the Alberta department of agriculture: Eggs - To producers - A large 33; A medium 26; A small 16-17; B 12; C 8; cracks 10. To retailers - A large 46-48; A medium 39-40; A small 29-31; B 26-29. To consxune:^ (in cartons) - A large 48-49; A medium 41-44. Poultry - To producers - live No. 1 chicken - broilers, 20. Fowl - under 4, 6-7. Turkey - under 12, 24%; 12 to 18, 28%; over 18, 26. Live No. 2 chicken - broilers, 17%. Turkey - under 12, 21%; 12 to 18, 25%; over 18, 24. Grain Prices Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) - Rape-seed prices had faMeai as much as eight cents in July futures once commission house orders had been filled at tlie close of the Winnipeg Graie Exchange today. Trading in alii commodities was very lighit with no features to the market. There was little export busiiness. Oats and barley were practically ignored. Volume of trade Monday included 309,000 bushels of flax, 842,000 of rapeseed amd 314,000 of rye. Export loadings of Cainiadian wheat Monday included 78,024 bushels to Japan, 53,200 to Singapore, 384,213 to the United States and 1,373,680 to Russia. Prices icec Class Two wheat for export to coumitries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.74%; 2 1.71%; 3 1.62V8; 4 1.52y4; 1 Durum 1.74%; 2 1.7iy8; 3 1.62; 4 l.SSVa; IGA prices: 1 Nor 1.74%; 1.71%; 3 1.62ys; 4 1.52y4; 1 Durum .747/8; 2 1.71%; 3 1.62; 1.55%. High Low Close Flax Tuesday, Juno 23, 1970 - THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD - 13 MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes) 01:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Int Steel ...... S.37'/i Growth Eqluty 5.36 J.B9 Alminex ...... 4.00 Jeff Lake ..... 8.37Vj Gr Income Stt 2.80 3.04 Asmers ...... 13.25 Kaiser Res .. . 14.62Vj Invest Gr .. 9.54 10.43 Banff ........ 8.00 Kam Kotia .... 1.99 Invest Mut .. 4,64 5.07 Can South .. .. 3,10 Lake Ont Pt ... 1.90 ICS Venture 3,01 3.29 Cdn Exp Gas .. 3.30 Mentor.......47 Mut Accum Fd 4.24 4.66 Cdn GrIgol ., . 6,30 Newconex ,,. . 6,10 Mut Gr Fd ,, 3.89 4.28 Cdn Home .. .. 6.60 Pac Pete ..... 21.25 Mut Income .. 4.20 4.62 Cdn Ind Gas .. 8.50 Rank Organ ... 13.00 Nat Resources 6.39 6.98 Cdn Super ... . 24.50 Shell Inv ..... 24.00 Prtn Gr 3.62 3,97 Cent Del Rio .. 10.25 Shell Inv Pfd ., 24.00 Provident Mut 5.82 6.37 Charter ...... 6.50 Shell Inv Wts .. 10.37'/, Royfund .... 4.62 4.77 Chleftan ...... 7.50 Sicks Ranier .. 3.87V2 United Acc .. 4.10 4.51 Dynam Pete .. 1.21 West Cdn Sd .. 2.15 VANCOUVER French Pete .. 5.15 White and Yuk. 14.50 .,,i, ,1,/, Gt Plains ..... 17.50 CALGARY .,�,^ Mill city ...... 1.27 Acroll ....... 1.00 Arctic Mining.....19 New Cont......86 Anac Pets.....07 ^'1" Expior ...... .93 North Cdn Oil . 5.50 Barons Oil.....06 Copper .... 14.37yj Numac ....... 4.95 North Conf.....03 ^""S*  .'i' Permo ........70 Plains Pete ... .25 Bros .... 2.85 Petrol...... . 1.05 West Warn ... .45 grenda .......... 11.00 Pinnacle......77 Leduc Calm ... .05", ........ Place Gas .. .. 1.20 Madison .......19 g.J. Sugar .... 16.25 Ponder ........49 Quinaita .......WVj " oo5 Ranger ....... 8.30 Rexdalp ... .16^apt inrer ...... 2.90 Scurry Rain ... 15.00 PIPELINE STOCKS Churchill Cop .... 3.B5 Spooner ...... 1.41 Aita Gas Tr A 40.25 Crestbrook For .. 6.75 Triad ...... 3.70 Aita Gas Nat . 18.00 W^r^P,,^;,,,-H West Dec ..... 4.20 Cdn West Nat Gas 14.50 Dolly Varden .... .45 MISCELLANEOUS 'nlami Nat Gas ..9.00 ^^,7=4^,,,-,^ INDUSTRIALS North and Cen 11.50 cmJ' S,,'^"".....,� BrNId Tr c'^d'n Pip'eS,80 ^ranisle ........12.00 Cdn BfLw-A-;;: T Tr Cdn Pl� a 51.1m ^e^^^^^^^ ...... ^-jS Cdn Brew B ... 34.50 4- S. Hv's 3 00 Cdn Hyd car .. \\M^/> l^^.'^Js^' ll'^ - If. Inter Brew':;: Cdn Pac nv .. 22.75 JI'^^I"^'' Tr .. 16.25 j-.i-u. ig Crows Nest ... 40.00 Western Pacific .. 4.20 .......... ^-^^ Cygnus A ..... 4.40 MUTUAL FUNDS Lytton Mln".:::.. 2.45 Cygnus B ..... 4.50 A.G.F. Special 2.09 Mt Wash ........10 Cum Prop .. .. 8.50 All Cdn Com 6.10 6.67 Madrona . .30 Gt Cdn Oil .. .. 3.90 Ail Cdn Divid 7.11 7.77 New Cronln" .....07 Gt Cdn Oil Sd . 96.00 Ail Cdn Ven .. 3.13 3.42 New imp Mines 2.00 Home A ...... 13.87i/j Amer Gr Fd .. 4.28 4.70 Primer .........16 Home B ...... 16.00 Cdn Gr , 4.74 5.21 Silver Std ........ 1.42 Home and Pit . 2.10 Cdn Invest Fd 3.91 4.35 T.C. Expior.......40 Hud Bay Co ... 12.12Vj Coil Mut . . 5.07 5.57 Texmont .........51 Hud Bay Oil . . 36.00 Commonwealth 11.13 12.20 Trojan ...........53 Hugh Rus Pfd 20.50 Corp Invest .. 4.79 5.23 West Mines ...... 4.15 Husky Oil ... . 8.00 Dreyfus Fd U.S. 9.68 10.61 Westcoast Res.....28 Int Pro Pipe .. 8.40 North Fin .. 3.44 3.78 West Expior.......21 Int Util Pfd ... 23.12'/j North Gr .. 4.01 4.41 Ulica ............ 1.01 TORONTO MINES, INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) New Ontario Labor Laws Hit Unions, Companies Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location In Marathon Development In City of Lethbridge to be open about October, 1970. Cash required approximately $30,000. Capital investment returned In approximately four years. For further information please write or phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th Ave. S.W., CAIGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) PLEASE NOTE The ADDRESS of the IMPORTANT UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE of TRACTORS and FARM EQUIPMENT on behalf of JOHN DEERE LTD. that appeared in Saturday's Herald Should have read- Corner of 33rd St. and Sth Ave. N. TIME - FRI., JUNE 26tli� T1 a.m. Sharp Jly 286% 282% 286% Oct 271 269% 270% Nov 265% 265 265% Dec 263 262 263 Rapeseed Jly 3121/4 302% 302% Nov 259 253% 254% Jan 24774 242 242% Mar 242 237% 238% Oats Jly 75^4 7574 7574 Oct - 76% Dec - 7674 Barley Jly 10974 10974 10974 Oct 110% 110% 110% Dec -110% Rye Jly 98 97% 97% Oct 102% 10278 1027b Dec 104% 104 104 Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) - Hog prices provided by the Alberta Hog Producer s' Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted and selling 28.25. Average Monday 29.30. Red Deer: No market. Average Monday 29.52. Calgary: Quoted and selling 28.75. Average Monday 29.67. Lloyd minster: No market. Average Monday 28.30. Grande Prairie: No market. No market Monday. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 839. Total sows sold six. Total hcigs sold Monday 9,468, average 29.38. AT LETHBRIDGE Monday sales 925 hogs. Wean-er and feeder hogs met fair demand. Weaners sold weak to $1 lower. Light and heavy feeders steady. Weaners 9.25 to 17; light feeders under 100 lbs. 20 to 26.25; heavy feeders 100 to 130 lbs. 28 to 31.25; heavy feeders over 130 lbs. 34.25 to 39.25. All prices per head. Light feeders' under 100 lbs. sold from 24.50 to 30 per hundredweight. Heavy feeders over 100 lbs. 21 to 25 per hundre(^veight. industrials Abltlbl ....... Aican ....... Aigoma Steel . Atco Ind ..... Allan Sugar . . Bell Tel..... Brazil Trac , � B.C. Tel ...... Burns ....... B.C. Forest . , B.C. Sugar . , CAE Ind ... . Cdn Brew ... . Chemceii . . . Col Ceiiuiosa . Cal Power ... Coron Credit � CWN Gas ... . Cdn Indust ... Canada S S . , Cdn Marconi .. Cdn VIckers . ". Chrysler..... CPR ........ Comlnco..... Cons Bath ... , Cons Gas . . . Dist Sea ..... Dom Bridge . Domtar . . . Dom Textiel . Dom Stores . , Dome Pete ... Fam Play ... Gt Cdn Oil . . Gen Motors . . Gt Lakes Pap . Gulf Oil Cda . Hawker Sid . . Hyron, Erie . . Hiram Walk . Imperial Oil , Imperial Tob , Int Nickel . . . Int Pipe ..... Inv Gp A . . , Int Utilities . , Indust Accept . Laurentide . . Kelly Doug A . Loeb ....... Lobiaw A . . , Metro Stores . Massey Ferg . McMillan Bioa Moore Corp .. Molson's A . . Molson's B . , North, Cent . , Pembina Pp , Power Corp , , Price Co ... . Rothmans ... 5.87'/, fheli CDA . . ,, ,, Simpson's . . . Simp Sears . . 13.75 Steel of Can . . S7.no Selkirk A . . . 7 87'/j Texaco..... 23 50 Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas ... Union Oil .. . Versatile Mfg . Westeei..... Union Car . . Weston's B . . 8 621/3 Woodward's A !o'50 West Cdn Sd . Zenith Elec . . 7.75 22.50 12.50 8.75 16.50 4.00 6.50 4.90 5.25 21.25 1.10 10.00 . 3.25 6.50 19.50 55.00 22.50 13.00 14.50 45.25 14.00 14.00 BANKS Can Imperial . Monteal . . . Nova Scotia . . Royal...... Tor-Dom..... MINES Acme....... 9.371/2 Advocate Asb. . 12.621/a Akaltcho ... 48.00 Area Mines ... 9.50 Belcher Iron . . 3.90 Black Bay ... . 66.50 Bralorna..... 18.00 Brouian..... 15.25 Bethlehem ... . 1.86 Brunswick ... . 16.00 Canada Tung. . 41.25 Cassiar 16.25 Central Pat. . . 13.371/2 Chimo....... 42.75 Conwest..... 20.75 Cons. Rambler . 6.25 Coin Lake ... . 21.25 Cochenour ... . 14.50 Cralqmont ... . 4.00 Dickenson Mine 5.821/2 Denison Mines . 4.25 Deer Horn..... 5.62'/i D'Eldona..... 17.00 Dome Mines . .. 9.12'/j Donaida..... 23.621/j Discovery Min� 30.00 East Maiartic . 13.12'/j East Sullivan . 13.75 Falconbrldg* . I4I.0O ]lfV^ Frobex.......30 i2s First Marltlmes 1.15 8.121^ Giant Y.K..... 8.00 9.75 Gortdrum ... � 3.65 24.50 Gunnar....... 1.16 15.871/i Granduc..... 7.00 21.00 Headway R.L. . 13.00 21.871/2 Holiinger . . . 27.00 10.50 Hud. Bay M-S . 23.50 22.00 Hydra Ex.....22 9.00 Highland Bell . 3.00 14.621/2 Iron Bay..... 2.65 25.00 ISO.......... 1.66 13.00 Joiiet Quebec . .21 30.00 Kerr Addison . 10.871/2 2.65 Key Anacon . . .40 9.871/3 Labrador..... 28.25 11.621/2 Lake Shore 3.45 21.50 Leitch..... 1.6S T5.00 Langis Silver . .07 2.05 Macassa .... 1.30 1.25 Madsen R.L. . . .92 Martin G.F. . . .81 ,,, Martin McNeeiy 11.50 9.75 Maybrun...... .21 15.25 Maclntyre ... . 163.00 17.00 Meta........ 171/, Midrim..... :32 18.371/2 Intern Mogul . 9.20 New Alhona . . .19 New Calumet . .231/2 .11 New Imperial . 2.03 200 Noranda..... 27.87i/j �^1 Northqate ... , 11.621/2 2 00 Opemiska ... . 13.75 10 Osisko ....... 30 09 Patino....... 35.50 1-65 Pine Point ... , 30.50 14.371/j p.c. Exp......67 5.15 Quebec Man ... .20 1.90 Rayrock..... 1.27 19.75 Radiore ...... 30 2.70 Rio Algom .... 18.00 1.40 Roman Corp. . 6.2S 10.50 Siiverfieids .. 1.75 .90 Sherritt Gordon I9.371/2 IS Silver Miller . , .08 11.50 SiscOB....... 2 25 ,'.60 Tek Corp. . . . 5.90 23.50 Texmont..... 51 071/2 Upper Canada . 1.38 .95 Western Mines . 4.20 J3.00 Wright Har. . . 1.5s .31 Wiilroy....... V33 1.30 Windfall..... .13 .90 Yeiiowknlfe Br. 4.60 5.50 /enmac..... .10 NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T and T .... 42.25 Sears ............ 57.00 10 Base Metals 92.64 up .33 Anaconda ........ 25.00 Std Oil of NJ .. 57.62i/2l5 West Oils 134.70 off 1.27 Bth Steel ........ 22.371/2 Texas Gulf ...... 116.50 Volume 905,000 Comat ........... 31.75 Texas Co ...... 27.371/2new york averages Dupont .......... 120.25 Woolworth ........ 30.75 ,,h,,c� in* 10 ,,11 on Gen Motors .... 63.371/2 West Elec ...... 65.371/23� '"dust 706.19 off 9.92 Gulf ............ 24.00 U.S. Steel ........ 32.00 20 Rails 133.90 oft 2.40 Int Harvester .. 24.62'/2 toronto AVERAGES 15 Utilities 97.23 off .51 Kenn Copper .... 48.00 20 Indust 155.36 off .98 65 Stocks 223.20 off 3,02 Mont Ward ...... 42.75 20 Golds 151.97 up .32 Volume 5,750,000 Poland Frees Alleged Spies WARSAW (AP) - Two Britons held on spy charges in Poland were told today by Polish authorities they Ranking Greek Officers Out ATHENS (AP) - A royal decree today retired 45 ranking Greek armed forces officers who had completed 35 yeai-s or had asked to leave the service. The retirement followed rumors that some high officers were opposed to streamlining the armed forces. It was the largest retirement list posted in almost a year. U.S. City Fined For Pollution BUFFALO (AP) - The Erie County health commissioner fined the City of Buffalo $200 Monday for air pollution. Dr. William E. Mosher said the city violated the county's sanitary code in the operation of an incinerator and dump on Squaw Island in the Niagara River. The city was accused of allowing open burning at the dump. The county code prohibits ^1 types of open burning. STORE FOR RENT GOOD lOCATION ON Sth STREET SOUTH Suitable for shoe store or ladies' wear store APPLY: Stan's Men's Wear 321 Sth St. S. were free to return home, the British embassy announced. The British charge d'affaires, Alan Bowes Horn, said the Polish foreign mirasitry had informed him of the decision and officials at the embassy made an'angements to get Jeffrey Futcher and Ian TumbuU from Zielona Gora, where they have been imprisoned for the three weeks. Both railway enthusiasts, TurnbuU, 30, and Futcher, 28, were accused of pboto-graphing trains, classified information in Poland, at the time of their arrest. "It appears the Polish authorities have accepted our explanation the two were just innocent train spotters," said Horn. TORONTO (CP) - New amendments to Ontario's labor law provide procedures for imposing heavy financial penalties on unions or companies which carry out, or even threaten, illegal strikes or lockouts. The amendments, to the Labor Relations Act, introduced in the legislature Monday by Labor Minister Dalton Bales, also wiU allow employers in the construction industry, who complain they are at the mercy of powerful trade unions, to band together in accredited bargaining groups. Another change, which Mr. Bales claimed was a first in North America, guarantees a striking employee the right to his former job back any time he wishes to return to work within the first sbc months of a strike. The labor minister told a news conference he was introducing the amendments during the last week before the legislature adjourns for the summer "to give tile people of this province time to study them." He said the changes vnH "improve the ways to industrial peace while providing additional rights and freedoms to workers," and promised the bill would be high on the order of legislature business this fall, WOULD RAISE FINES The amendments raise fines for al breaches of the Labor Relations' Act to $1,000 from $100 fOT individuals and $10,000 from $1,000 for unions and companies upon conviction by a court. Under present law, strikes and lockouts could bring awards for damages on top of these fines only if the employer and union had signed a contract clause providing for payment of costs of illegal strikes and lockouts. The amendments ^viH change this to provide for damage awards by arbitration in aU cases, even when there is no specific clause in the agreement. Threatening an Illegal strike or lockout wiU also be cause for fires and damage awards. Mr. Bales said this amendment is aimed at cases where unions threaten a strike to try to force a general contractor to use only sub-contractors who have collective agreements with certain unions. The labor minister said he hopes the employer accreditation scheme for construction contractors wiU be in force before the next major bargaining rounds in the industry. REPRESENT MAJORITY Under the proposed legislation, employer groups who can prove they represent the majority of construction employers and employees in an area, will be accredited with bargaining rights to negotiate collective agreements. Setting up of the groups will be voluntary, but, once established, they will prevent individual employers -from entering into separate agreements with trade unions. Mr. Bales said the new amendments are based on the reports of the late Mr. Justice Ivan Rand's royal comimission into labor disputes; the federal Woods task force on labor relations, and the investigation into the Canadian construction industry conducted by labor experts Carl Goldenberg and John Crispo. However, the amendments do not deal with many current problems covered in these reports, including protection for workers in the face of techmo-logical change, ex parte injunctions, or Mr. Rand's reoDmmen-dations for making unions legal entities which can be sued and for setting up a powerful l^bor tribunal to arbitrate disputes. The labor minister said changes in the law relating to ex parte injunctions, by which one side in a dispute may obtain a court order without the other side being heard, are being drafted by the attorney-general's department. He said his amendment allowing strikers new guarantees that they cannot lose their jobs per-manenUy diuing the first six months after they go on strike will diD much to reduce tension during labor disputes. 'WOULD BE UNFAIR' Mr. Bales said the labor department felt that asking an employer to guarantee jobs after longer than six months would be an "unfair burden." The amendments also include changes designed to force more votes in the certification procedure by which unions gain the right to negotiate for an employee group. Only 35 per cent, instead of 45 per cent, of the membership will be needed for employees to Debolt Fai-m Wins Toiy Nomination FALHER (CP) - Marvin Moore, 31, a farmer from De-bolt, was nominated to contest the new provindal coinstitu-ency of Smoky River for the Progressive Conservaitives in the next provincial genei-al election. Mr. Moore won the ncmina-tion over two other candidates at a meeting in this Peace River district community, 70 miles noirtheast of Grande Prairie. Insure Now Against Your standing grain is Insured against fire loss at no extra charge. Call us now. Be safe - not sorry. Insure against hall with . . . GENE FORSTER f0i^T�RjG�Ng 706 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2793 "Serving the South with Integrity For Nearly 60 Years" demand a cei-tification vote-a change intended to make it easier to organize remote or far-flung bargaining units. A simple majority of vote* will still be enougli for certification but the percentage required for certification without a vote is increased to 65-per-cent from 55-per-cent membership support. The proposed legislation will also authorize the minister to establish special mdustrial inquiry coimimissions to investigate and report on protracted labor disputes or disputes in essential services. The commissions will supplement the work of conciliation boards, having much the same powers. But Mr. Bales said that since the commissions will sometimes make settlement recommendations, they could become a weapon for wage review and wage restraint. The amendments also: set up a system for private setUement of inter-union jurisdiction disputes ; protect employees a-gainst discharge under terms of a union security provision when the loss of membership involves "legitinrate forms of internal union dissent; and aUow employees to opt cut of union dues checkoffs for religious reasons if they give the money to charity instead. Trust Companies Won^t Cut Rates TORONTO (CP) - While reaction was generally favorable to announcements Monday that Canada's chartered' banks will reduce interest rates paid on non-chequing accounts ; nd charged on mortgages, there was little indication that many trust companies would follow suit. Plan Check Of Billing Practices EDMONTON (CP) - A random check of doctors' billing practices will be conducted by the Alberta Health Care Commission, it was announced here. James Falconer, chairman of the commission, said in an interview patients would be sent a statement of their records and would be asked to verify the accuracy. "It is a method to verify accounts and give us feedback on the reaction to the account which the practitioner has submitted on his behalf." It would also bring to light any "discrepancies or abnormal situations" that might exist. The announcement follows a recent incident in Stony Plain, Aita., in which three physicians were disciplined for over-charg' ing on patients' accounts. Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) - Trading in the Winnipeg live beef futures market was light Monday with contraicts in the July figures. Open High Low Close Pri. Jly 30.50 30.50 30.50 30.50'B 30.70A Sep 29.27N 29.27A Nov 28.80A 28.80N Jan 28.80N 28.80N Most major banks said they %vill cut their rate of interest paid on non-chequing accounts to six per cent from 6^:. Interest charged on mortgages will be reduced to 10 per cent from lOMi and National Housing Act Mortgages to 9% per cent from 10y4. E. H. Heeney, president of National Trust Co. of Toronto, said that although no definite decision !ias been made, Ws company probably will follow with a reduction to B'A per cent from 6% on non-chequing accounts. The company's mortgage rates were reduced by about one-half point to lO'A per cent on prime loans last week. But Donald G. Neelands, president of Canada Permanent Trust Co. of Toronto, said he does not think his company will reduce its dVi per cent paid on non-chequing accounts. Allan B. Ramsay, president of Guaranty Trust Co. of Canada Ltd. of Toronto, said if "we could find ourselves in a position to reduce term deposit rates, then mortgage rates would probably come off too." R. T. Ryan, vice-president of Mortgage Insurance Co. of Canada, Toronto, said the size of the drop in mortgage rates surprised him. "I would have expected a reduction of one-quarter point rather than one-half," he said. Reginan Charged With Mmder REGINA (CP) - Keith Russell Koski, 23, of Regina has been charged with non-capital murder in the weekend shooting of Daniel Bertrand, 20, of St. Laurent, Que. RCMP said Bertrand was shot in the neck with a .22-cahbre pistol at a party in a farmhouse near Grand Coulee, about 13 miles northwest of Regina. Mister Donut Didn't Invent Success . . . But They Do Know What Causes when you have tha right product, tha right people ? nd tha right program all working for you together, your chances for success are positive. 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