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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stock prices up in active trade Toronto mines, (Supplied By Kicliardson Securities of Canada) Monday March 6, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Congress attacks Trudeau Qudes) MINES nr.e 3 Algorr.a Stee Alco lid Allan Sutjar Agra Ird Bell Ter B.C. B.C. Sugar Brjw Valley CAE Ir.d Cdn Chemcell Ccl Ca1 Pov.-c t- Coron C'Cdlt C.VAN. Gas Inl Pipe Inv A Int induuil Laurcnfitie Keily Doug A Lobiavf A fAassey Fer-j McMillan W.core Ccrp Cdn indusl Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Chrysler Ccns fialh Ccr.s GBS, Cdn V.'.N. Gal Disl Sea Dnm Bridge Doinlar Dom Te-xrile Dom Stores Dome Pete 8.7J H.SO 11.50 "'Olsons A 12 00 'Aoiscns B 'J SP'j Nwlh, Cent 21.50 Power Cerp 46.00 Price Co H ;o Rdhmar.i 24 JO St Low Cwp 20.25 Shell CDA 32.M Simpsons 6.87Vj Simp Sean G Slcel of Can 5 37Vj Selkirk A 2.00 Texaco Traders Gp A 1.30 Trans Win Pp 3J.75 Trans Can. P p 14.13.V'j Union Gai Unico Oil Versattre Wfg 11.CO V.'tsleel Union Car 15.00 Western's B 34.MW Woodw.-rd's A 9.00 Cdn Sd Zonilh Eler cits) 27.IJVi t! EO 33.3 7 73-10 "J5.00 33 !0 13 00 4. CO 3-75 6. 25 73.15 23.00 15.25 20.00 45.50 1S-M 24. 37 5. CO Sl.OO 16.00 WJ5 77.25 27.75 (CP) Tlic Cana- dian Labor Congress lias un- leashed a bitter personal attack on Prime Minister Truclcau in its amuial brief to the cabinet Lcday, As it did last year, the Con- gross stresses that unemploy- ment is the main problem fac- ing the was a dis- aster year, U states, and 1972 will be only relatively better. "But even more important is the fact that we still do not have nn all-out commitment Eo wijre out the cattses of unemploy- the brief slates. "While it is not our intention to engage in recriminations, it is difficult lo have confidence in the intentions of a government wlioso cliicf spokesman time and again airily dismisses a na- tional problem of such grave di- mensions. "Whimsical statements .s o lightly olf do not engen- der confidence that the mis- takes of Ihe past will not he repeated." The brief picks in particular on Mr. Tmdean's well-publi- cized comment that unemployed workers only In IrmVr in newspaper want ads lo find nu- merous vacant GtrD.noo .iniiLKSS De.scnbing the comment a.s the brief notos a report of the manpower depart- ment showing about full- time and part-time jobs in the time Ijctwcen July and ScpJcm- last year. tain policies and legislation. It urges ;he government to It adds thai, with some j continue to press for free trade against mea- Canad ians out of work, the prime m i n i s t e r 's commejit "raises the question of internal government communications." Tlic con- grc.ss repeats in the brief argu- ments for a full-employment budgeL (hat would gear fiscal sures tidcptcd by tlx? United States. It mourns that U.S. pro- tectionists include "groups within the U.S. trade union Hanging over a number of cial issues, the brief is particu- 74.75 27-25 73.00 16.SO 32.75 BAKKS 21.75 35.75 31.B7V3 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dahcrty, McCualg Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. a.m. Quoles) AMA forced out of charter plan and monetary policies to (lie ac-1 critical of the ceiling of the Inbur force. by the government on CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Motor Association Is being forced out of the charter flight business because of tightened British regulation tightening, says executive vice president George MacDonald. a.m. Ouoles) WESTERN OILS By Gene Fawcettft A NEW KITCHEN WASTE COMPACTOR USESQNlYWWEg PRESSyRE TO COMPRESS TOOD WASTES, BOXES, BOTUES AND CASS ORIGINAL VOCUME, SLLgNT AKIP ANCE TOEE BECAUSE rr HAS NO ELECTRIC VvOTOR AND VERY WCMMG PARTS-., Prairie rapeseed coimcil formed SASKATOON1 (CP) A prai- rie rapeseed council was form- ed at a meeting of representa- tives of rapeseed growers as- sociations from Alberta, Sas- katchewan and Manitoba. It will consist of the president and vice president of eacli of the throe prairie organizations. Don Valleau of Aylsham, Sask., prrsictenl of the Sas- katchewan association and chairman of the conference, Gaid the council will greatly improve co ordination among the prairie associations while presenting a more effective voice on matters of mutual in- terest Dividends THE CANADIAN PRESS Canadian Industries Lid., common 15 cents April 23, record March 30; pfd. 93Vi cents April 14, record March 15. 1 Gas C-35 Ncrlh Cdn Oil 1-J.25 6.DO 3.CO A2.7S .63 5. CO 9 70 33.00 J3.35 J.75 1.S4 6.30 15.W 13.871; Husky Oil B Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pipe Inler Prov Srcel Kaiser Re-s MGF Manage Paclirc Pele Rainier Sanciwel! i TeletJync West Cdn Seed Yukon Weslficld CALGARY Acrcll Mutual Ac Mutual Or F Nat Res H Vi Fin N Gr Principal Gr 1 Temp Gr United Ac Univerwsle Sav Vanguai 5.91 4. S3 7.W 8.2J 5.C4 6.75 6.B7 4.85 5.3S Un .53 7.36 8.09 65f 5.E6 6.44 VANCOUVER MINES Ranger Scur 13-26 17.C3 1-DB Spo-sner Seltens ToFal 7. Ulster 1 West Oecaira West Pete 12. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Oil iV.adison .12 North Cent Al West Warner .53 PIPE LINE STOCKS AIM Gas A 55 75 Aira Pld 78.12Vj Alfa Gas 23-00 Inlond Nat Gas N and C Gas 15.25 fj and C B Pfd 30.00 Pacidic Gas Tr 13.25 G" A 70.M Tr Cda Pipe y. Tr Cda Pfd B 41.50 Tr Cda Pld A 7B.35 Pvramid Tr Ofa War Trans WC Tram Vv'ls ArdiC Mlrrng Alias Dalh Norse Brenda Brycon Churchill Copp; Doliy Varden G'iar.1 Mascot Grar.rsls KarrlwfW Copper 14. !S MUTUAL FUNDS 1.26 .23 10.0-3 3.03 .12! Aquataine Bj-inco CtJn Drew Cdn Drev; Crowsrest Cygnui A B Cor Genstar Home A Ho 8 i Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil Pfd Hugh Russell Husky Oil 5.C.2V. 31.00 33 SO 2950 37.25 27.25 16.00 Pacific All Cdn Co Al Cdn Dili Ail Cdn Vi Amr Gr I AGF Cdn In al s1 F "1 V''C INDUSTRIALS 10.65 Block Bros 3.AO t 11 .4.43 B.C. Sugar 50.2S 7 03 1 7S B C. Sugar Pfd 3.54 Capt Inter A.75 3.07 Crestbrook F Ir.d 7 62 Hys Crun-.v Infer l-i.54 16 W Interior Brew Cmnw Lev J.fa Inter Mariner Corp Invest f-18 6.75 Key Indust Corp Invest St F Pflcilic W Air Dreyfus F US I3.5S Stampede Inll Re! Gr in Shares OILS Gr Eouily 7.y) fl.l? Albany Oil invest Gr F IMS Plains Pete Invest Mutual i.53 West Explor Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) All com- nodities except oals and bar- oy were on a stronger price >atlern at mid-session of the Vinnipcg Grain Exchange to- day. IVading WES moderately active. Flax was more than one cent higher as exporter buying met light offerings on [lie way up. Oats and barley were un- changed on a routine trade. Volume of trade Friday in- cluded bushels of flax of rye and o: rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May higher 2.73% July 1% higher 2.70W; Oct. I1; higher Nov. IVi highe: Rapeseed Vancouver: Marei 2Vi higher 2.60V4' June H higher 2.58U; Sep. 7s liighe Z.X's; Nov. 1 higher 2.59. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Ma higher a.Wii; July high er Oct. unchange Nov. 1 higher 2.47. Oats: May G83'i July unchanged 69; Oct. open. Barley: May unchanged 1.09U; July and Oct., not Rye: May ?i higher July higher 98VI1 Oct. ligiier 1.00. Biitain refuses to waive the iilc which forbids organiz- ons with more ihan n c m 1) e r s from organizing harter fh'ghts he said i an interview, m 1970, the motor nssocia- icn flew 19 or 20 flights and arried members but last they could only fly into Brussels and the demand for dropped to nine. 100 MANY HEADACHES "We still get calls every day rom people wishing to boo k lights. But there are just loo many headaches in shuttling our members across the chan- nel. Railier than continue on that :asis, we made the decision to i ret out of the business until such lime as the situat ton changes." The charter business has cut into bookings on BOAC which has regular scheduled flights across the Atlantic. The association is hoping the Canadian government will ne- gotiate some sort of settlement, Mr. MacDonald said. "There is no hope for this year but Transport Minister Don Jamieson has expressed a lot of concern and we hope to be back in business by It also urges strongly lhat current ecciiomie expansion not retarded by the government "breaase of unnecessary fears over price increases. js a mistake which has been made (03 often in Ihe past. will] unfortunate employment rc.sulls." i I n f! a I i o n, the brief adds, j i should ho a major concern unless price increases in Can- j adii exceed those of principal trading partners. ni'I'OSK INJUSTICES The brief, presented lo 'he rabinet by Congress President Donald MacUonald, is generally considered to he the major com- munifytion of the year bolween organized labor and the govern- ment. Tnc unusual personal attack on Mr. Trudenu may reflect an election-year climate. The 18.000-word document concludes with a warning that labor "will continue to policies for the old age pension. The basic pension should he increased to a month from SfiO and in- creased each ytar to the full exlent of increases in tlie cost of living. FOR LEASE IN LETHBRIDGE Main Floor 4375 Square Feet Basemenf 3150 Square Feet Mezzanine 525 Square Feet For minimum of 2 years or maximum of 12 years A representative, MR. J. McFERRAN Will be in Lcthbridge TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7th and 8lri If interested phone or contact Lethbridge Herald Office MARSHALL WELIS LIMITED, WINNIPEG, MAN, New York stocks (Supplied By Ricliardson Sccnrities of Canada) Beth Slscl Ctiry-frr 30 75 i 'Asnlnomery Ward 39.51 Gelds off .21 seS'S- nS.1211? 10 Base Met 95.46 up .49 J ftfj Oil tf NJ. 15 W Oils 327.3B Off .01 1 Texas Gulf 120.17VJ Volume 1 YORK: AVERAGES V'wLworth Indust 948.66 CJp A.1S WcslinqhDUse Elec 20 Rails 260.99 up 2.28 StMl 32.62V; 55 Utilities 114.81 up .58 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slocks up 7.29 JO Indust IW.JS up .71 Volume Livestock report Calgary livestock choice lo considered a I Special loans for homeowners at Associates If you're biiviiij; vcnir house, you're eligible for a speciiil I InmiMwnrr fll Associates any time yovi lll'Cli Crisll. 'f hat moans we may be able to give you a better deal. 1-tnver or longer terms .or even bnth. The amount you borrow is limited only by the pquily you li.we in your home. m.ivbe or more. So if you have hifth-inlerest debts outstanding, or ii you need cash fora second car, a boat, ornnyotber Rooci reason, l.ilk to Associates about a low-interest Homeowner Loan. Sec how much belter off you'll be long-term. 1014 Third Avenue South 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED CALGARY (CP1 Receipts Ihe Calvary livestock mar- ket to II a.m.', alxnit MO liead; practically all mixed grades of slaughter cows. Trade was ac- tive. Insufficient slaughter steers fmcl hollers tci establish a mar- ket; cows were fully .steady with hulls steady on sales to 28. Gosd cxnvs 2li.2.> lo M.tffl, medium 24 lo catl- ners and cullers 20 to 2-i. bulls -20 to 27.50. No replacement cattle or stork calves offered. Ilojrs base price '29.15. Mcicleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On offer at the Fort Maclcort Auction Market last week were .119 cat- tic and cnlvcs and 139 ewes and lambs. Choice steers 34.75 to 35.40; choice heifers 31.75 to 32.40; good cows 23.90 to 24.70. Steers (rtfo-fiSO pounds) fleshy class :18 lo 39.G8; green, kinds (450 (0 525 pounds) 41) lo 43.30; j good heifer calves (450 to 500 I pounds) 34 to 35.75; lighter i kintls lo r.7.50. Good stock cows and bred heifers sold R2D5 to 317. The full ami broken mouth ewes, some with lambs at foot sold 10 to 15.50. At Highway 52 Feeders Net earnings Hy THE CANADIAN PRESS Ouslbanc Enterprises Ltd. Fix months ended Dec. 31: 2S cents a share; 1970, I i'2 cents. Wednesday, low choice steers, lag 35 (o 35.90. One group of Bfi head B. Baker sold al 36. Low choice heifers 32.50 fo 32.W; good cows 24.10 10 25.50. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP.) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board, Edmonlon: 23.15, average Friday 29.45. Red Deer: 29.15, average Friday 20.55. Calgary: 29.15, average Friday 29.45. Letbbridge: N i average Friday 29.45. Lloydminster: N'il, average Friday 29.15. Grande Prairie: Nil, average Friday nil. from I Total hogs sold 625, tolal hogs Three rail cars tlangle over bridge GRAND'MERE, Que. (CP) Two CNR crane crews were working today lo clear away tliree freight cars that dangled over a bridge following a 17-car derailment Sunday at Grand'Mere, 85 miles northeast cf Montreal. Police said one of Uie cars had slipped over the side of the bridge, rolled down a small em- i bankment and "nearly went into the St. Maurice 50 feet below. No one was injured and the cause cf the derailment is still under investigation. a just society and oppose mea- sures and governments which perpetuate injustices." The brief leaves no doubt thai l.he CLC believes unemploymenl is the greatest injustice of all. II notes that while the national un- employment rate tlrroughoni 1971 was 6.4 per cent, the rate in (lie Atlantic provinces was 3' per cent higher than the na fional average and in Quebec 2S per cent higher. For Canadians under 25, the rate was 11.4 per- highest on record for the post war period.' Equally serious was the dura tion of unemployment for indi vidual workers. "During 1971 when the monthly average unemployed totalled per-ctnt of were unetn ployed over a period of four o mere months. This was the Inchest dura- tion rate cf unemployment in 10 years." roasting government on the unemployment the brief does give approval lo cer- ENERSON'S APPOINTMENT! Enerson Moron !s pTeased fo thaf Mr. Al Dorge has rejoined thcif soles staff after a 'ihor! absence. Al hoi many years of experience In ihc auto- motive f iefd with 6 in sales. He welcomes hii many friends, end former customeri in Lellibridge and Southern Alberta lo come in and sec him at Encrson's for any aulomofivc re- quiremenl. Your tremendous support when Al was in Ihe Service Department was gruatly npprccioted oncf Via looks forward fo serving every- I .sold Friday average 29.4G. Sows average 20.95. ry a gentle laxative ju. T....IS. from Ihe maker of It's called Nt because it's Nature's Remedy. The Turns people, as you would expect, know a great deal about sensitive stomachs. They make their laxative with vegetable ingredients. N) brings easy, effective, overnight relief. Nl's gentle action works while you sleep without disturbing your rest. TryNature's Remedy, a gentle all-vegetable laxative. Regular or chocolate coated. m tonight, tomorrow alright. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE The Cily of lellibridge requires ihe services on adult male to serve as security Custodian at the Bowman Arls Centre. Applicants should be prepared to enter info a season contract and to be available five even- ings per week, four HOLTS per day. This is light work and mighl suit Pensioner. Applications should be in writing and sent 1a Personnel Department, City Hall, Lelhbndge, Alberta. Applications will not be accepted after p.m., March U, 1972. CRESTLINE Your FLOOR COVERING Spedolisls AMTICO VINYL ASBESTOS TSLE Ozite Indoor Carpeting DURATEX 12" x 12" EACH 6' WIDTHS ONLYI SQ. YD, ONLY OZITE LONG WEARING CARPET RUNNERS 28" Wide UN. FT. ONLY .50 "Chargex" Or Use Your Crestline Budget Plan NO DOWN PAYMENT CRESTLINE BUILDERS MARKET LTD. "lETHBRIDGE'S INDEPENDENT BUILDING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" 123 30th St. N. Phone 3i7-5444 or 327-5110 ;