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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE June TSE industrial index moves up TORONTO (CP) The To- lonto stock market s jpdustMdl index was m o d e r a t e I higher in modeiate mid-rnoining lidding I he industrial index rose 72 lo 188 W and western oils 31 to 18288 Golds fell 11 9 to 419 21 and base metals 03 to 808S lla m was 44b shares (ompaied with 291 (KtO shaies at the same time Mondas lints outnumbered ad mcts 12! to with Ifab issues unchanged gained Js to Impuial Oil to Toronto Star B J8 to Noranda i to and Stelco A to Wooaward Store A lost to i Western Broadcasting B i to i Shell Canada i to Hudson s Bav Co 'i to i and dorian Brothers i to i Giant Yellow knife tell 7s to Mi'i Alton Mines li to and Agnito Lagle 'i to %lt Northgale was up i to and Ken Addison i to 's Sunningdale was down 10 H Pevto s to and Pan Ocean to UO11 Ranger 11 to i and Canadian bupe nor 'h to M Market trends I f li (I I III I r( i i _ht t! idmt M nil i >n th i u St K k F I (r u 11 t, t t i is i d o h t I h i Ji i V tj i i i I it S> lit 1 ii1 a I4 n i M Hi-. IK N i tl r d i i MI 10 t s i u sh s Bkit k h )s w jv i s UT o 0-0 s'lu e 11 1 fl'it-lIdO s i i un n (18 -iOO shares r rt-, were down one t n i turmner of 29000 iLtk was up half a cent at i J) -jOO shares 02 to 84 and August was doun c nt to W MOMRt CPi Prices were i in light trading on the Montreal s k J- hange Hanks fell 1 84 to >4b papers 3a to 1-0 and utilities JO to 12808 while indu-m iK rose 99 to 199 77 and the imoositt 4-> to 190 Thomson fell I to SU Hnk to stl Rio Algom Mines 'z in and MicroSvstems to S5'k Ink Pt'rofma Canada rose toS23 spetulat ve issues Gold Hawk Mines fell l' cents to Winnipeg grain PJ-G CPi prices t elatneh firm at mid session on 1 -mipes Commoditv )thtr commodities turned t i uch is 10 ee t i r a K JK n b 0 pe J d-I one i (h t Jb t i i l ,u U c nacti e ii n o 0" i i Gran M T i T isis i he ia Higi Mix 983 97? I) r 918 OflO 1 Thunder DM 627 1ID TOS Livestock Calgary CP i receipts j m totalled about 250 h-ad with Tnixrd eradcs of was adii" with a good nr! for ill Sl nr3 -at Tin Beef futures M V, 1' stock II 1 kt t k HI 1 d boUIKf- UddV ii i LC hriie it spoise t tuoweeksof st dcU die 'llll i suited u he pt i t'en Jali c, di t.dian ue. _t J I MS r to hi i U '-vei o Inc t Whs M (til to-Jo i Can ididn i di 111 j s Chicago markets CHICAGO l API P nricopr- di futures scored impress VL j major b S exchanges h-t other futures c' 1 "i1 f irn I I "14 2 n Det h Mi' 2 tt M iC Oi s In' i 40 Sep Oer M I m 1 Currencies V Tutsda (I'll 'omen ig w i, s h >n- >f rt i! u.sfn ditl'a- i 4i krrrmii lipn m (mtifii v 1 1 n sp IT- po o, i HJ-T n .1 I nited -r I nited Kmj; .1 purA 2 I S s R ruble J) Ouolationi; in n 1 irais Hog prices 4 -i s) it i i o l r ji sj j J ,J t l Herald Briefs ask check Business on sas supplies Stocks M iscellaneou s Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal MIDI VMJ DOMI I IMIPI I) WLSTER OILS AND MIMES Alton Mines 5 Albany Oil AIH East Gi 4 90 Aim nex j 50 "2 812 Ashland Ol 81' DP Canad-i 1362 2 Brciida Mines 5 62 Cdd Southern 3 15 Cdn Gdi. 2 60 Cdn 4 00 Cdn Ind Gas 7 00 Cdn Long Island 19 CJn Superior 39 62 Chieftan t> 50 Dome Pe'e '4 87 Dynas 7 62 Ft Rel ant. 7 G ant Mascot 1 04 Gibraltar Mir 8 50 Grea 08 87 Grt Cdn 0 I '50 Explor 1 70 1 80 Nobif M i 49 -10 h Ccn 01 410 Numac O I 10 50 Pa iCd i Pete 9 37 Pdn Oced 1037 p Pe ol 1 40 P nacle 28 Dlace Cos 38 Ponder si Runner O I 25 S Pa UP ed Avcum Un ersa 1069 310 3 D3 26 4 Os 4 Q9 4 15 380 608 6 i i i 29 4 03 '08 3 i2 1 1 63 3 6 09 3 03 4 66 5 48 4 56 18 720 6 99 4 '.3 7 79 5 QQ 561 Toronto industrials (Supplied by Richardson btcunties ot Uinada; oca'" Aso -ika B alo'i- Brouia Bt; ilePer1 Bovi- 3 en. Can r-jw Canada Cass ar Cent's Pa C-i-io Cor west Cons Co n Lrf-a Ccc'-e-iot-r Craiar-on D Crtenson Denison D c D W neo Eaii 3 c E.-5 Ft'fcor'or oce r QO0 s G ?T V K Grandjr Ho'i dso- MSS A H.dra on B3. Joi e Quebec Add SQI Labrador Lang S i.c V For example CIL has been informed b> Lnion Gas Ltd that there may be problems in providing us boxcars for shipments and 150 hopper for potash from N Steel Car Ltd of Hamilton Ont Another 100 for transporting aiitomobiie parts (r-nada and the L have been ordered from a Pennsylvania firm lierwack Forge and Fabricating this fall and until results are available from a recent Alberta hearing on provincial energy requirements SHORTAGES POSSIBLE A similar request was made by Northern and Central Gas Corp Ltd a natural gas dis- tributor in Ontario The com- pany says it has been told by Us supplier, TransCanada PipeLmes Ltd that shortages in supplies aheady contracted to customers are possible TransCanada PipeLmes Al- berta and Southern Gas Co and the Ontario government all say in their briefs the board should ensure that adequate supplies are for future Canadian needs before the export li cence is approved Store heir fined on drug count VANCOUVER (CP) -Jeff- rev David Cohen heir to the Army and Navy Store millions was fined for possession of cocaine Monday and given a two year suspended sentence on possession of heroin charges Cohen 20, pleaded guilty to the charges May 10 Defence lawyer Thomas Dohm asked the court to consider a conditional discharge for his client, saying that a sentence would be a handicap to him in his business This was rejected by Provincial Judge John Layton Brooks man wins plowing championship WAGES IN P F N.S. N.B Man Alta Nfld. r1 1 I'L i Ont Sask Yukon N.WT J T I way Most of Canada's 10 provinces have lower minimum wages than the federal minimum of 20 an hour Only British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Ontario and the two territories are above the federal minimum British Columbia and the Northwest Territories have minimum wages of 50 an hour The lowest minimum wage is in Prince Edward Island 75 an hour Ontario's minimum wage of 25 an hour comes into effect October 1 and Saskatchewan's starts July 2 The federal minimum wage applies to workers in industries that fall under federal jurisdiction Small centres included in growth of province LLOYDMINSTER Alta (CP) Growth for growth s sake will not be encouraged by the Alberta government Premier Peter Lougheed said Monday night The premier told a dinner meeting held in conjunction with a cabinet tour of northeastern Alberta communities that provincial growth should not necessarily be concentrated in two major centres Edmonton and Calgarv at the expense of smaller centres One of the most fundamental things that we emphasize is the need to not let the province grow in just two metropolitan areas Alta (CP) Alberta s provincial plowing championship was taken by Walter Marr of Brooks, during the weekend in this community about 220 miles northwest of Edmonton Mr Marr will represent the province in the national plowing championships to be held this at Whitbv Ont J. DOUGLAS WALTERS A.I.I.C. (Formerly the Insurance Manager at Schwartz) is pleased to announce the OPENING of... Qi 9 ctatei. iSW 201-535 13th Street North LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Phone: Bus. 329-3441 Res. 328-5446 WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD-ALBERTA CLAIMS ADVISOR WILL BE IN Lethbridge July9th-10th-11th at the W.C.B. OFFICE 1277 3rd Avenue South Telephone 328-2040 Fill in this coupon and mail NOW or phone the Lethbridge WCB Office tf you desire an appointment. Claims Advisory Service Workers' Compensation Board P.O. Box 2415, Edmonton, Alberta l would like an appointment with Mr Long when ne is in this area to discuss "be following mailer Name Mail Address Town or Cily (Follow ICTTT rt Claim Nurr b Name ol employer at lime ol injury Dale o1 injury nol Av Phone Claim No 19 Nature o1 injury ;