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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IITHBRIDGI HERALD Tliursdoy, June 1973 TSE prices lower at mid-session TORONTO (CPi All sec- tors of th-2 Toronto stock msr- ket moved lower in moJerate mid-morning trading tcc'ay The industrial fcidex. co'isid- d the major indicator of market trend, fell .48 to 206.40. golds 3.41 to 301.38. base ta'.s .12 o 100.47 and oi's to 211.64. Volume by 11 a m v.-2s 000 shares compared vith 611.- OOT at the same time Wednes- Advances ovtnumbered de- clines 93 to 32 iwth 156 urchanged. St-el, industrial mining, bank ard communication stocks were among sectors of the market recording losses wlnle sge. chemical, pipeline na gen- eral manufacturing issues v.ere hisrhsr. Canada Permanent Mortgage fell ii to Laura Secord to Travelways "s to Canadian Imperial Bank tr S20g and Pacific Pete to Chrysler Corp. rose rs to 824. Guardian Management '4 to -ti. Imperial Oil i t oS4 02 and Mcbre '4 to S49'.-. I.-cst River was off 10 cents to 80 Brunswick 10 cents to S4.45 and Chemm alloy fiv cents to Gibraltar is to S13 and United Mind- amar 10 cents to Bonanda slipped 1C cenis to 41.35 and Decca five cents to 10. North Canadian was up cents ID 87.90 MONTREAL fCP) I" S. dvlisr in terms of CanjJian frnda at noon today vas up 1-CO r.t S0.99 39-30 Pound sterling up "-JO ac 10 1973- Feb Wines 31 50 D'Eioona Communications Public Speaking 3 eb 18- Apr 12 56.50 wines 1 22 OF Malartlc 10 introductory Economics 5 Fan or Su'livan 52 Falconbridge 69 CO introductory Civic Administration 5 22 introductory Health Maritime: n Giant Y.K. 8 65 Administration 5 j :o Taxation 3 46.50 Bay 23 SCHOOL Of LIBIRAL Ex. The Whole Newspaper 5 Bay 3 5T Ifo 2 09 interpretive Specialized Writing b Quebec 52', j Public Relations 3 Addison 17 CO Key Anaccn 30 Audio Control 6 Problems in Broadcasting 5 Shcre 3.10 R L 1 17 Radio-TV Writing 10 G F T 01 Radio-TV Workshop 5 McNeely 2' Afeclntyre 51 03 Karate Mcoul 12.12'' Karate V.'est Homes 8 17'; Resource Administration 3 Athona .18 Nev.' Calumet 27 Report Writing 5 Fall and 50. 3 Public Speaking 3 Fall and 5 60 Norlex General Math-Saencs i? :4 SCHOOL OP TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL Point 32 CO i Placer Dsv 28 CO Electrical Lab (Apprenticeship) 10 Oct 29 -Dec 21 1 Electrical Lab (Apprenticeship) 12 Jan 7 Feb 28. Theory Shop (Motor Mechanic) 25 Jan 7- Feb 28 Shop (Automotives) 15 B. Welding (Agriculture) 6 Oct 1 1973 Apr 51 OD Welding (Apprenticeship) 12 Oct i 1973 May 10 Drafting (Drafting) 1? Apr 29 -May 24 Steel 27.37V: Drafting (Drafting) 10 Fall and Comsat Drafting (Electronics) 16450 Drafting (Electrical) Mctors 66 50 Gulf 22 75 Drafting (Law Enforcement) 3 Harvester 2725 Machine Shop (Drafting) 12 Apr 29 -May 24 Ccpocr 24 50 Mont Ward 18 ]2Vj Machine Shop (Agriculture) Electronics (Electronics) 21 Apr 29- May 24 Survey (Drafting) 6 .Apr 29- May 24 APPLICATION OIADLINB July 37. 4- interested persons should apply for Application tor Employmerj term to Director ol 1003 lethbndge Community Letnbnage Telephone 327. J141 Ext Oil B Pfd D Husky E War 012'; cf Prcv Pipi Inter Prov Stee Ksi.-er Res Lc-lsv.- C Pfd ncsonics Pacific Pete Psc West Air Pe-Ben Oilfield Ran.er Inc Trust Ssndvvl! West Cdn Ws.-field Mirt Weston A Pfd V.Kte Yiwc-i PIPE LIME Alia Gas A Alta Gas Pfd Al a Uat Gss In'srd N'st Get N and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacmc Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Trar-, Can "ipe Tr Can A Pfd 21 12" 2 Tr Can B Pfd Tr Can War Traps WC Trars War MUTUAL AM Cdn frm All Cdn D.vid Crnv.lln Cmvjith Crr.v.lth Vent Cc.-o Crcp In St Drey Fd U.S it 12' crp In Snz-es -7" 3 Gn.vth Equity S9 5.47 25 5 76 16.21 70 il 07 7.C1 7 7C 5 6 57 4.P4 5 ?2 10 c' II 69 3 74 7.57 8.C7 11 93 13.10 5 63 6 22 41 53 Invest Gr Fd 7 55 Invest 8.70 Accumu 5 63 641 4 50 (i'jl Grwlh F 3 43 3 77 j 9.20 Nat Resource 7 40 8 :5 I? 25 N W Cor 5 45 5 C9 290 N.Y.'. Growth 4.64 5 12 2? 57V2 Prin Grwth 4 18 4 'E 8 50 Rov fL-d t .'7 6 73 24.50 Tem Gro.vin 8 ;3 933 9 62" 2 Unit Accumu 436 534 7.00 Universal Sav 7 jo 8.24 4.75 Vanguard 58" 645 74 CO CALGARY 4 50 Ac'Cll 47 4 05 V.'est Warper 37 S.25 VANCOUVER I C3 MINES 62.rO Attar 7 00 11 75 Atlrs Evpl 44 STOCKS Pain Ncrse 71 1? Danl.ca 1 95 CO enport 51 1875 Dcily 30 1075 Ecjuitc-ial Res 9 S7Vs Lcrrcx 45 22 25 Prime' 11 12 CO Pyramid IS 4 20 Silver "V Valley Copper 9 50 32 '0 INDUSTRIALS (0 75 Col Brewing 2 '0 Key Ind 29 6.60 2 25 OILS ir 250 PRP Exfl I 17 FUNDS Plains Fetp 19 ij.77 7anPonderay Exr1 '0 7.25 7 92 Stamp Inl'l Ro 1 24 r, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McCnaig Umiled) LAST BID OR SALE (11 am. Quotes) Exp. Radicre Rio Corp Sherritt Gordon Steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmont Canaaa Wsstern VV House Ccp Ks-greaves W Bea '11 a m 2.66 1 50 Z5 2800 720 15.75 1 55 4 25 22': 2 9? 300 "5 1 04 Gen Wctsrs Grt Lakes Pp Gulf Oil Coa Greyhound Sid Hirsm Walker 8, Erie Irrncrial Oil Imasca Int N'ckel Int Pipe Inv Gro A Int Util Ind Accept Quotes i 65.M5 INDUSTRIALS Alcnn Alco.ra Afco Ird Atlantic Aira Ind Bell Tel RraZ'l Trac B.C Tel Burns B C Fcrp" B.C SLosr Bzw Val Ind Cable CAE Ind Cdn Brew Col Cell Calrary PCV. Coron Credit C.V.'.N Gas Cdn Ind Cdn Af-a'coni Cdn Viewers C.P R Pfd ?'h Tons Dist Seacrar DOTI Bridge Domts' Dim Tsxti'e Dom Stores Pete Dofasco Glerdale Grt Cdn Oil Kelly Doua A La 'entios 1C 50 LCF'I Lc'.lavv A 17.75 wet 11 62'2 Msssey Ferci 6.37v2 McMillan Sloe 10 00 AAoore Corp 42.37Va Molsor.s A 18.75 B jfl SB North Cent Id 25 Corp ic CO Pries Co. 19.50 Rcthmans 15 75 St Law Corp 14.00 Shell CDA 9.75 4 CO S'tno Sears 4 15 st'el cf Cda 4 "0 Selki-k A 24.55 Tfxaco 1 60 Trodsri Grp A 1075 Trans Vtn Pp Trns Cda Pp 3.85 Union Csrb 11.25 Union Pas it 30 0 i 16.75 United SiECoe 79 59 Mfg 3800 Woodward's A 3.' 50 Vifift C't-i Seed 20 tV'i Zenith Elf- 7 75 BANKS 14 CO Cdn Imn 3175 Wen'rpal 27.25 Nova Scotia 10 37Vb Royal 8 60 Tor-Dnm 21 25 00 52.37' i 28 25 40.37''j 29.62VJ 2325 24 SO 8 07' i 17 m 7.50 6 25 11.50 4 85 6.87' 3 (CP> tii- seeds end rye all up tnsir respective limits in tliin trade at mid-sasiion today on the Winnipeg Commodity Ex- charge. Flax and rapeseed were up 20 cants in all months, rye was 10 ceuts higher. Oats and barley ico. uiih of about five ccnls in most months. V.'ednasdaj's vclifme of trade C1R.OOO bushels cf fbv. 1.- of rye and of rapese3d. Mid-session prices: Flax. July 20 higher Oct. 20 higher Nov. 20 higiisr eOo'aB; 20 higher 6 72' iB. Rapasesd Vancnuvei" June HU hi-zher 6.40'4B: Sspt. 20 Nov. 2fl higher 6.13B; Jan. iO higher Rapcssed Tjwnder Bay: July 20 higher 6.10B; Oct. 20 higher 60JB; Nov. 20 higher 5.80B; Dec. 20 higher 3.51B. Oats: July higher I Oct. higher l.SOViA; Dec. 5 I lusher Barley: July ,207B: Oct" 5-s. higher higher 2.011.iA. Eye: Julv 10 higher Oct. 10 higher Dec. 10 higher 2.32B. Grain quotes Wednesday (ba- sis High Flax Jly 778 ,0c't 7ll1i I Nf.v JDec 672ii 652U Rapeseed Vancouver Jun 620% 617 j Sep 613 609 Nov i Jan 585 1 Rapeseed Thundter Bay I Jly higher 2.03A; 2.28B: Close 768ik 768'i 609 593 2B.C1 49 CO 77.00 2700 87V; 10.00 U CO 13.75 19.50 17.50 I 9.00 1 31 75 Rye JJy Oct Dec 137 Oct Nov Dec Oats Jly Oct 134 Dec 129' Barley .Tly 203 Oct 19S: Dae 581 560 1971- 590 S81 560 531 135 127U 129 157? 3250 224 213% 217 219 ISSVz 218 220% 222 7 '5 6 SO 11.00 2T.OO 245 2? 25 Hog prices York stocks By Rietiarftson Securities of Sears X-Ron _ Texas Gulf Texa1; Co Wix Ccrp Woolvi'orth Westj no Elec U.S. Steel Gen Tele Elec TORONTO AVERAGES 20 Ind 208.34 off 5.1 Vclume M.62' i 20 Golds 301.45 off 334 57 10 Base Ms! 100.42 off 17 21.75 -5 00 17 25 5J) NEW YORK AVERAGES 35 12w 10 Inc! 37 up 4.73 29.75 20 156.1.1 uo .50 29 00 15 Utilities 102 57 up 28 Stocks up .95 Volume EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. today provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 46.15, average 1 Wednesday 47.31. Calgary: 46.20, average 46.90. j Lsthbridge: No sales, aver- j Wednesday 46.80. I Fart Maclecd: No sales, av- I ercge Wcdr.'3sday 48.85 i Total hogs so'd. to 11 a.m. 158. Toial hogs sold Wednesday average 47.07. Sows av- erage 36.55. an 1003 4th Avenue S.f lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 rccessma S. ef vices Beef futures WINNIPEG fCP) Live beef futures close Wednesday. Jly 45.25A; Sep 45.50A; Nov 45.00; Jan 45.30B. Tuesday's volume: Four con- tracts. Decision on feed grains next month By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Justice Minister OUo Lang who reports to the commons for the Wheat Board said the federal government ex- pects to make a decision before the end of July with regard to feed grains and the baard. He was questioned in the commons Tuesday as to whether h? cou'd give western farmers assurances that the Wheat Board will remain in million deficit in payments OTTAWA (CP) The coun- try had a deficit in its international balance of pay- ments during the first three months of 1973, Statistics Can- ada reports. The deficit compared one cf million in the first quarter of 1972 and a deficit of million in the last three months of 1972, The over-all deficit for 1973 was million. In January', February and J 7 -rch this year, Canada 'had a surplus in com- modity exports over commodity imports. But there was a millicn deficit in non-com- modity trsde, such as in pay- msnts for freight, insurance, travel services and the like. Statistics Canada said that strong growth in the economy, with a 4.4-per-cer.t rise in the gross national product in the first three months cf 1973, was accompanied by the weakening in the balance of payments po- sition between the final quarter of 1972 the first quarter of 1973. control of western feed grains as the sole marketing and pric- ing agency for the farmers. A. P. Gleave toon-Biggar) noted that Mr. Lang had met with the heads of the farmers' unions and the three wheat pools last He understood the government had proposed a new policy for the marketing of feed grains in Canada. Mr. Lang said lie indicated to the representatives of the farm groups he met last Friday that the government decision in rela- tion to fesd grains had not yet been taten. He said he would expect to be able to assure them that any new policy which is developed is consistent with the Wheat Board protecting the interests of the farmer in the The minister said he expected making the announcement be- fore August 1. The legislation that may be involved will de- pend on the nature of the deci- sion taken, b3 told the house. Gold futures WINNIPEG (CP) Gold fu- tures, U.S. funds, Winnipeg Commodity Exchange close Wednesday. Jly 73 122.23A: Oct 73 120.70; Jan 74 130.70A; Apr 74 _ 134.45A: Jly 74 138.65A. Tuesday's volume: 97 con- tracts. Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. today from tha Cal- gary public stockyards showed sales of head, mostly slaughter cattle and mainly steers and heifers. Trade was active, with broad demand. Sts.rs were steady, with dairy type getting to 42.80. Heifers were fully steady. Cow trade was unevzn, selling 50 cer_'.s to ?1 lower. A few bulls were sold at steady prices. Steers, Al, A2: 44.25 to 45.50. A3: 43 to 44. Heifers, Al. A2: 1.50 to 42.40. A3: 20.25 to 41.25. Cows, Dl, D2: 32.50 to 34. D3: SO.cO to 32.25. D4: 27 to Bulls, gcod: 37 to 41. RsriLacemsnt cattle were mostly fleshy steers weighing 850 to pounds. and heifers weighing more than ponds. Prices were steady. No calves were on of- fer. Good feeder stesrs moi-3 than 850 pcunds: 43 to 45.60. Good feeder heifers more than 600 pounds: 40 to 44. Hogs: 46.20. i GOOD FOOD COSTS LESS CORRECTION NOTICE! Re our advertisement en page 33 of the lethbridge Herald, Wednesday, June 27th. Ice Cream should have read at follows: ICE CREAM BIG DIPPER ASST. FLAVORS GALLON PAIL Enerson Appointments! HEAVY SMOKERS About million ciga- rettes were smoked by people in Britain in 1971. Robert Vargo Fred Weatherup, President of Enerson Motors Ltd., ond affiliated companies is pleased to announce the following appointments Vargo to Assistant General Manager with (ponsibilities for sales, leasing and administration. Kristjanson to Assistant General Manager with re- sponsibilities for parts and service sales, owner relations, credit and bus operations. of these gentlemen were educated in and recently graduated from the G.M. Institute of advanced management in Flint, Michigan, U.S.A. wth honors. The appointments have been made to insure the best possible relations end service to the motoring public. ;