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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta It! SIMiSS Thunday, March It, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD - 21 Market climbs at mid-morning TORONTO (CP) - The Toronto stock market climbed moderately in active mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials were up .68 to 184.03, golds .54 to 188.26, base metals .40 to 87.10 and western oils .67 to 208.80. Volume by 11 am. was 744,000 shares, compared with 1.04 million at the same time Wednesday. Gams outnumbered losses 156 to 80 with 180 issues unchanged. National Trust was up % to $26%, United Funds Management 1 to $16%, Canada Cement Lafarge % to $40%, Murphy % to $11, Bell % to $48%, Pine Point 1 to $81% and Mattagami %to$28%. Bethlehem rose H to $16%, Sherritt % to $20%, Bankeno 15 cents to $6.30, Ranger % to $14% and Canadian Superior Oil %to$37. Pennington lost y4 to $9, Opemiska % to $liy�, Hudson Bay Mining V* to $23% and Great Plains %to$34%. PRICES VP MONTREAL (CP) - Prices were up in all sectors today in light trading on the Montreal stock market. On index, utilities rose .47 to 155.53, industrials .28 to 185.20, banks .39 to 184.09, composite .33 to 18: .01 and paper .31 to 88.10. By 11 a.m., 340,500 shares were traded. Highlighting gains, Fraier was up $2V� to $19%, Q.S.P. $1V* to $14%, Vekro Industries $1 to $20%, Murphy Oil % to $11. Ivaco % to $11, International Utilities % to $44%, Trans-Canada Pipeline % to $42% and Trans Mountain Pipe Line % to $24%. Reitman was off % to $20%, Consumer Glass % to $13%, Maritime Telephone % to $21%, Weston % to $19% and Great West Life % to $46%. HIGHER NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices drifted higher early this afternoon as the recent selling wave began to wane. Advances outnumbered declines on the New York Stock Exchange by more than 7 to 5. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was up 2.60 at 916.62. Rails, airlines, utilities, electronics, mail order-retail, rubber issues and steels were higher. Motors, metals and chemicals were generally mixed, while aircrafts and oils were lower. Among Canadiansonthe NYSE, Mclntyre Porcupine fell 2% to $136%, while down % were Alcan at $23% and Distillers Seagrams at $55%. Dome Mines gained % to $68%, up % were Canadian Pacific at $66% and Granby Mining at $25%, and Genstar Ltd. was % higher at $11%. On the Amex, Molybdenite Canada was off % at $3.50. Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 110 cattle. Receipts mostly slaughter steers and heifers, cattle market active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting good demand, prices steady at the week's advance. Good and choice butcher heifers also meeting good demand at strong prices. Cows steady with odd hetfery kinds to 21.50. Bulls 50 cents higher. Medium and good heavy feeder steers selling at steady rates. Choice steers 31.50 to 32.10; good 30.25 to 31.25; medium 28.50 to 30; choice heifers 29 to 29.70; good 28.25 to 29; medium 27 to 28. Good cows 20 to 21; medium 18 to 19.50; canners and cutters 15 to 18. Good bulls 24 to 25.60. Good heavy feeder steers over 950 lbs. 31 to 32.25; medium 28 to 30. Butcher hogs sold Wednesday f.o.b. Lethbridge 20.55 to 20.60 base price. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) - Receipts to 11 a.m., 875 head, mostly good and choice butcher steers. The balance of slaughter cattle were mainly mixed grades of heifers and cows. Trade was active with a good local and in-province demand. Slaughter steers and heifers sold steady, cows were fully steady with heavier kinds to 22.50. Bulls sold fully steady. Choice steers 31.50 to 32.10, good 30.25 to 31.25, medium 28.75 to 30. Choice heifers 29.25 to 29.80, good 28 to 29, medium 26.25 to 27.75. Good cows 20.75 to 21.60, medium 19.50 to 20.50, canners and cutters 18 to 19.50. Good bulls 24 to 25.40. Replacement cattle were practically all heavy,, fleshy short-keep steers selling at gen-enerally steady prices. There were insufficient stock or slaughter calves on offer to establish a market. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 30 to 33, good stock and feeder cows 19 to 23.. Hogs base price 19.55 t> 19.70. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 TABER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 Requires A SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS POSITION: An Executive Officer of the Board to carry out policies of the Board. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicanti must have the following minimum qualifications: (a) a valid Alberta Teaching Certificate (b) five years teaching experience in Alberta or in a school system of equivalent standard. (c) a degree from a University in Alberta or from a university of equivalent standard. (d) have pursued one year's graduate study in a field acceptable to the Minister either at a University in Alberta or at a university of equivalent standard. SALARY: To be determined considering qualifications and experience. COMMENCEMENT DATE: To be arranged, but approximately June 1. Closing date for application: April 2, 1971. Applications should include a complete resume of training and experience, references, and salary expected, and forwarded to: SUPERINTENDENT SELECTION COMMITTEE TABER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 Box 1239 TABER, ALBERTA Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BIO OR SALES (11:00 a.m. Quotes* WISTIRN OILS Alt! Ellt Oil Almtnix Asimeri BP Oil Gai Can South Cdn Ex Gai Aihlind Cdn Homeitd Cdn Horn* Pfd Cdn Ind Gai Oil Cdn Long li Cdn Supar Can Dal Rio Chartar Chlaftaln Dome Pata Dynamic Pata Total Pata Gt Plains Lochlal Mill City MJaw Cont North Cdn Oil Numac Parmo Patrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner W. Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS 3.05 *.M 19.25 4.35 5.35 4.70 11.25 I.JO 15.00 11.17'/! .74 35.75 12.50 e.25 1.05 7.50 1.09 7.00 34.25 1.33 1.55 .75 7.55 7.30 .65 1.32 .75 1.38 .58 14.00 26.25 1.73 6.25 Agra Atco Ind Aquataine Brtt Ntld Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Hyrdo Car Cdn Pacific Inv CPR Pfd Crowintst Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Cum Prop Gt Cdn Oil Gt Cdn Oil 475 Home A Home B Home Plffld Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil 8.25 7.75 24.87'/] 5.25 31.50 37.00 17.50 25.75 �.37Vi 28.00 5.25 6.87ft 17.00 6.10 100.00 26.50 26.25 2.05 17.75 43.75 (11:00 a.m. Bwottii Hugh Rutiell 20.87Mi Huiky oil 17.62ft Husky Oil B 45.25 Husky oil War 8.85 Inter Prov Plpa 12.75 Intl Utll Pfd A 4�.00 Inter Steal Plpa 1.37ft Jefferson Lake 12.00 Joutel .92 Kaiser Res 6.75 � Kam Kotla 1.30 L Ont Port Cam 2.65 MOP Manage 2.05 Mentor 1.10 Newconex 5.50 Pacific Pata 31.00 Rank Org 19.25 Salk Hold 12.00 Shell Canada 34.37ft Shell .inv Pfd 34.50 Shell Inv Wti 14,50 Sicks Rainier 3.37ft Teledyne 5.75 West Cdn Seed 3.90 White Yuk 15.50 CALOARY Acroll .85 Ana Pete .35 Barons Oil .06ft North Cont .02 Plains Pete .31 West Warner .40 Madison .30 Rexdala .21 PIPE LINE STOCKS Alfa Gas Tr A 51.50 Alta Gas Tr Pfd 74.00 Alta Nat Gas 25.00 Cdn West Nat Gas 16.75 In Nat Gas 13.00 North and Cent 16.87ft Nor and Cent B 31.75 Pae Gas Trans 15.50 Gaz Metro 4.90 Gas Metro A 63.50 Trans Can Pipe 32.87ft Trans Can P Pfd 43.00 Trans Can P A 62.00 Trans Can P War 10.87ft West Trans 24.50 Wait Pac 4.75 MUTUAL PUNOS AGP Special 2.75 All Can Com 7.93 8.66 All Can Dlvl 9.03 9.87 All Can Vent 3.58 3.91 Amer Gr Fund 5.60 (11:00 a.m. Quote*! 4.20 4.62 5.51 5.74 4.83 5.31 7.27 7.99 25.22 27.66 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 57.50 ciTIn"Fund]"" 4.U HI Coll Mutual 6.41 7.04 Comm inter 12.91 14.15 Comm Lever 3.35 3.67 Corp Invest 5.53 6.04 Corp In Pd 5.04 5.50 Drey Fd U.S. 12.56 13.76 Gr Equity 6.15 6.75 Gr In Shares 3.43 3.77 In Growth 11.08 12.11 Inv Mutual 5.39 5.89 Mut Accum 5.37 5,91 Mut Gr Fund 5.29 5.82 N. W. Finance 4.59 5.05 N. W. Growth 5.43 5.97 Prln Growth Royfund Un Accum Unlv Savings Tern Growth VANCOUVER Anuk .30 Arctic Mining .13 Atlai Explor .54 Beth Copper 16.87ft Block Brothers 4.50 Branda 8.85 B. C. Sugar 17.75 B. C. Sugar pfd 15.50 Cap Inter 6.12ft Church Copper 1.41 Col' Cellulose 6.00 Cor Credit 1.50 Crest Forest Ind 7.00 Croyden .23 - Dolly Varden .36 Dynasty 4.70 Fort Reliance .63 Giant Mascot 4.65 Granlsle 11.50 Key Industries .25 Growers B 3.50 Bathurst 1.14 Hys 2.00 Interior Brew 4.85 Jericho ,12ft Kam Copper .12ft Lornex 9.00 Lytton Mln 2.25 New Cronln .08 New Imp Mines 1.46 Ok Helicopter 4.75 Primer .16 Pyramid .35 Silver Stan 1.67 Texmont .74 Trojan .28 West Mines 3.85 West Resources .14 West Explor .26 Utlca .82 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quoits) (ll:oo a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quotas) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaltcho Area Mines Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Central Pat. Chlmo Con west Cons Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cralgmont Dickenson Mines Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Dona Ida Discovery Mines East Malartlc East Sullivan Falcon bridge Frobex First Marltlmes Giant Y K. Bovls Granduc Headway R.L. Holllnger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Highland Bell Iron Bay Iso Jollet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Leitch Langls Silver Madsen R.L. Malartlc G.F. Martin McNeely Maybrun Maclntyra Meta Mldrim Intern Mogul New Athona New Calumet New Imperial Noranda .05 235 .55 1.70 .06ft 2.40 .24 16.87ft 5.85 2.40 22.87ft 2.50 1.45 10.50 2.63 .14 .45 8.95 1.40 27.50 .06 .81 67.50 .16 1.15 1.15 3.70 146.00 .27 1.26 10.62ft 2.25 7.95 10.00 38.50 23.75 .25 3.25 3.60 1.73 .20 9.15 .37 37 50 3.20 1.62 .lift .77 .82 10.00 .17ft 132.50 .14 .30ft 12.00 15 .25 1.45 34.62ft Northgate 10.00 Dome Pete Opemiska 11.37ft Dofasco pslsko .29 Fam. Players E?,,n� . . 25,50 For �"<� Erie IfiSSMS* ?:S rrnrpam0l|W"ker iis1S.R0�k g"SS Tek Corp. 6.25 '{ {,}?.?,., Texmont .72 "L.V"11!1?*... Upper Canada 1.90 e,pt" Western Mines 3.75 �Su, n . Wright Har. 1 20 ,Ke|IV Douglas Wlllroy 1.11 f-oeb ,., Windfall .12 Lpbjaw "A" Yellowknlfe Br. 5.65 Metropolitan Zenmac .11 o Massey Ferg. .,_,.,,.,. McMillan Bloe. INDUSTRIALS Moore Corp. Abltlbl 7.12ft Molsons "A' Alcan 34.00 Molsons "B" Algoma Steel 16.00 North, and Cent Atco Ind. . 7.50 Pembina Plpa Atlantic Sugar 7.62ft Power Corp. Bell Tel. 48.75 Price Co. Brazilian Trac. 17.00 Rothmans B.C. Tel. 64.00 St. Lawrence Burns 12.00 Shell CDA B.C. Forest 24.00 Simpson's B.C. Sugar - 17.75 Simpsons Sean CAE Ind. 4.60 Steel of Can. Cdn. Brewerlei 7.62ft Selkirk "A" Chemcell 4.90 Texaco Col. Cellulose 5.75 Traders Group Cal. Power 27.50 Trans. Mtn. Coronation 1.50 Trans Can. Pipe C. W. N. Gai 11.75 Union Gas Cdn. Indus. 12.50 Union Oil Can. S. S. 32.00 Versatile Mfg. Cdn. Marconi 3.50 Westeel Cdn. Vlckeri 10.50 Union Carbide Chrysler 29.00 Weston's "B" C.P.R. 67.00 Woodward's Cominco 23.75 West. Cdn. Seed Cons. Bathurst 9.37ft Zenith Elec. Cons. Gas 19.62V] BANKS Dlst. Seagrams 54.00 Can. Imperial Dom. Bridge 22.50 Montreal Domtar 14.50 Nova Scotia Dom. Textile 15.12ft Royal Dom. Stores 11.50 Toronto-Dom. 88.00 25.00 9.75 61.00 6.00 84.25 19.00 21.62ft 14.25 2.70 21.12ft 37.50 20.75 17.75 8.75 45.50 27.25 44.00 17.75 8.00 5.50 4.10 5.37ft 37.00 11.00 26.00 36.00 16.75 16.50 16.87ft 30.25 5.00 8.12ft 13.00 19.00 34.37ft 19.25 24.00 27.75 12.00 30.62ft 11.62ft 24.87ft 32.87ft 15.50 42.12ft 3.50 10.50 15.75 19.75 20.50 3.90 1.35 21.75 15.37ft 24.62ft 25.25 22.87ft The tax column White paper options left open Last week's flurry of reports, denials and clarifications over what Finance Minister Edgar Benson said about tax reform at his Kingston meeting, has served to remind the general public that the debate over tax reform is far from ended. The issues haven't really changed much and the question still remains: should we repair, improve and update the present tax system as many leading tax commentators sug-st, or should we scrap the present structure and replace it with a new.system, as the Carter Report and the government white paper favored? Mr. Benson's observations of last week, to the effect that "the white paper will never be legislated" were greeted with enthusiasm that is far, far premature. All he really said, as he later explained, was that the plan as originally con- Egg market EDMONTON (CP) - Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the Canada department of agriculture* Eggs - To producers: A large 39; A medium 35; A small 21; B 19; C 6; Cracks 6. To retailers: A large 50-51; A medium 47-48; A small 32-33; B 32-35; C 20-21; cracks 20-21. To consumers (in cartons): A large 52-53; A medium 49-50: A small 34-35. Poultry - To producers: Live No. 1 chicken - broilers, 20; fowl-under 4, 5. Turkey-under 12, 25%; 12 to 18, 26%; over 18, 24. Live No. 2 chicken -broilers, 17%. Turkey-under 12 22%; 12 to 18, 23%; over 18, 22. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) - Prices to ll a.m. provided by the Alberta hog producers marketing board: Edmonton: quoted 19.50 to 19.60, selling 19.55. Average Wednesday 21.00. Red Deer: quoted and selling 19.50. Average Wednesday 21.00. Calgary: quoted 19.55 to 19.70, selling 19.70. Average Wednesday 20.91. Lethbridge: no market. Average Wednesday 20.58. Lloydminster: no market. Average Wednesday 20.25. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 723. Sows selling 13.73. Total hogs sold Wednesday 5,486, average 20.96. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) - The Win nipeg live beef futures market had light trading today in near' by months. Open High Low Ctoee Tue Mar 33.00 33.00 33.00 May 31.80A 32.00 Jly 31.00A 31.10 iVeii? York stocks Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada NEW YORK STOCKS . . Kenn Copper Amr T and T 49.00 Mont Ward Anaconda 21.87ft Sears Bth Steel 22.12ft Std Oil of N.J. Chrysler 28.00 Texas Gulf Comsat 70.75 Texas Co Dupont 142.50 Woolworth Gen Motors 84.37ft West Elee Gulf 31.00 U.S. Steel _____ .............. . Int Harvester 30.62ft TORONTO AVIRACES 65 stocks 301.14 up 90 38.87ft 20 Ind 184.29 up .79 35.37ft 20 golds 188.26 up .54 85.00 10 base met 97.05 up .35 15 west oil 210.29 up 1.16 Volume 1,332,000 NEW YORK AVERAGES 30 Ind 916.62 up 2.60 20 rails 203.30 up .21 15 utilities 124.65 up .83 77.50 21.75 37.25 53.25 82.25 33.25 Bourassa urges bankers to spend money in Quebec NEW YORK (CP) - Premier Robert Bourassa of Quebec has urged New York bankers to put more of their money in his province where, he says, the p o-litical climate has been stabilized. Bourassa, winding up a two-day visit to New York, told businessmen at a dinner Serving you with  INTEGRITY  STABILITY  EXPERIENCE For over 60 years We writ* all kinds of INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM-AUTO-and LIFE and can save you $$ MONEY $$ SEE US SOON- fORSTIR 4GCNCY 4M1URAMCI MANA.UI � tlOKIIl � AGINTI A continuous family enterprise for over 60 years 706 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 327-2793 Wednesday night the Quebec government is better prepared to deal with terrorism, which has chased away investments. "The strength arid firmness" of the government in dealing with terrorists following the two political kidnappings last October "are considered here as a positive aspect," Bourassa said. "It is difficult to say there will be no more terrorist acts in Quebec ... but I would say the government now is better prepared to face such a situation. The situation is clearly under control." Bourasa addresed the dinner sponsored by the Quebec General Council of Industry after a whirlwind day of meetings with business leaders and a news conference, where he predicted that unemployment in Quebec will drop to about five per cent before the end of 1971 from the present nine per cent. Bourassa also attended the openingo f the Quebec exhibit at the fourth annual Conference of Institutional Investors, bringing together more than 3,000 investments nd financial executives said to controls ssets in exces of $300,000 million. The Quebec leader disclosed at the dinner that during the next few weeks his government will introduce several new incentive plans to attract industry. Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) - The Mar. itime potato futures market had light trading in the May with some bids and offers, but no trades, in others. Open High Low Close Tue. Apr 2.30N 2.34N May 2.90 9.90 2.90 Nov 2.40A 2.40A Dollar Value MONTREAL (CP) - U.S. do! lar in terms of Canadian funds up 3-32 at $1.00%. Pound sterling up 3-16 at $2.43 7-16. NEW YORK (CP) - Canadian dollar down 3-64 at 9913-32 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 3-64 at $2.41 29-32. ceived in his November, 1969, | white paper, had been shown to have its defects and errors; that the government had been influenced by the torrent of public and professional objections, as well as the Senate and the House of Commons reports. In his clarification statement, he made it clear that the government still intends to introduce a tax reform bill next month and that the plan presented would reflect the government's original plan as modified by the ideas put forward in the year and a half of public dialogue. Whether or not the battle over tax reform is over, or is just beginning, remains to be seen. It will depend on how well and how clearly the government has understood the mood of Canadian tax-payers. As all commentators have agreed, the public debate has been an excellent and important step in the development of open government and participatory democracy. Never before in Canada's history has the public been given the opportunity to argue in advance the shape our tax system should take and the course we should set for perhaps the next quarter century. For this, Mr. Benson and the government deserve the respect of all Cana dians. However, that's not quite enough. The quality and the work of this government, in its entirety, will be evaluated by how it responds to the public's input, and to what extent it has learned from the process for the tax system is much more than a technical set of rules for raising revenue; it pervades all aspects of our lives and influences the destiny of the whole society. It may well be, as Mr. Stan-field has promised, that the government's final tax plan will be an election issue in 1972. But whether or not it is an issue that can help or injure the government is yet to be seen. If the government fails to make major alternations in its original thinking, the opposition may be handed its issue. If the appropriate changes, both in theory and, equally important, in attitude, are evident in the final plan, then the government will emerge with the proof that it is a government which actually listens to people and is serious about participatory democracy. Much will depend on whether or not the government is still heavily influenced by those ex-i perts who were the chief architects of the white paper. If so, the war of words will continue in a battle which the government cannot win, except perhaps in the short run. If, on the other hand, Mr. Benson is guided by the view that Candda is a peculiar and underdeveloped country and requires a flexible and unorthodox tax system; that it cannot operate with textbook precision and academic purity in its tax system, then the changes he would necessarily make to the plan, would likely accommodate those who were its most severe critics. If the government has been listening it will have learned many important things: Canadians approve ths idea of tax relief for low income earners, greater fairness in the tax treatment of employed (as opposed to self-employed) people, special tax improvement for working mothers and the host of other socially desirable changes originally proposed, all of which could be accomplished by correcting the present rules. But Canadians do not want continual increases in government spending, regular increases in tax rates, the intro-ducton of new taxes, estate taxes which force people to sell their farms and businesses, tax rates which impair the incen- Dividendt By THE CANADIAN PRESS Casslar Asbestos Corp. Ltd., common 15 cents, April 20, record March 31. Dominion Textile Co. Ltd., common 15 cents, 7-per-cent pfd. $1.75, both April 15, record March 25. Du Pont Canada Ltd., common 12% cents, April 30, record April 1. Hawker Slddeley Canada Ltd., 1%-per-cent pfd. $1.44 for the quarter ended Oct. 2,1969, $1.44 for the quarter ended Jan. 2, 1970 and $1.44 for the quarter ended April 2, 1970, all March 30, record March 23. Payment of the quarterly dividends had been in arrears up to seven quarters and current dividends will not be paid until arrears are up to date. Union Acceptance Corp. Ltd., 6%-per-cent 1st pfd. series A, 78 cents, 6%-per-cent 1st pfd. series B, 78 cents, 6-per-cent 1st pfd. series C, 75 cents all May 1, record April 15. FOR SALE 2,000 YARDS WASHED Hi" DRAIN ROCK Can be Uied In Concrete 600 YARDS V AGOREGATE 800 YARDS %" AGGREGATE This is all washed material and can be used in concrete, driveways and roadl. Muit Sell by April 30th, 1971 PRICE REASONABLE. Will sell at pit or can also arrange for trucking. This it In the Lethbridge and Coalhurit Area. For Information Call: TOM HALLIDAY at 327-1443 or MR. GIL DELURME at 327-4463 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE invites applications for the position of Acting Director of Personnel SCOPE: Responsible, from the date of appointment for a period of one year, for the administration of sound personnel practices in |ob classification plan, the interpretation of policies and rules, maintaining employee records for faculty and staff, recruiting, communicating and other personnel functions. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Preference will be given to applicanti with a degree in business administration or five to eight years' experience in penonnel work in public or private business. EXPECTED APPOINTMEN TDATE: On or before May 15, 1971. SALARY: Commensurate with qualification! and experience. APPLICATIONS: Interested persons should apply for the standard Application for Employment form to: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CLOSING DATE: March 26, 1971. tive to work, save and invest, and a type of capital gains tax plan which makes risk capital even more scarce than at present. Nor do they want rules which make it impossible to begin and maintain new businesses, which do not take into account the differences in how money is obtained, and which fail to take into account the regional economic differences in Canada. Much has been learned during the debate and we have been influenced by being for-ced to face certain stark realities. In the brief period since the white paper was tabled, Canada has seen the extremes of rampant inflation and mas* siv* unemployment. We are finally realizing that solving regional economic dis-party, as well as the problem of poverty, must be a national priority, if we are to hold together as one nation in harmony with all its component parts. All Canadians of goodwill must hope that this country will not be torn again by the divisiveness or the heat of the last tax debate and that toward that goal, Mr. Benson will adopt a more moderate and less doctrinaire approach to tax reform than was seen in the original white paper. (Mr. Asper is a Winnipeg lawyer) Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) - Absence of exporter activity contributed to the weaker trend in oilseeds at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Flax and Vancouver rape-seed prices moved only fractionally but the Thunder Bay rapeseed was up to four cents below previous close levels. Oats and barley were mostly inactive while a small volume of domestic shipper buying had nearby rye futures fractionally higher. Wednesday's volume of trade was 650,000 bushels of flax, 77,-000 of rye and 1,262,000 of rape-seed. Mid-session: Flax: May unchanged 2.54, July Vi lower 2.53, Oct. %high-er 2.56%, Nov. % higher 2.55%. Rapeseed Vancouver: March unchanged 3.15%, May % lower 2.93%, July % lower 2.85%; Sept. unchanged 2.76%. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: April 4% lower 2.89%, June 1 lower 2.69%, Oct., Dec. not open. Oats: May unchanged 85%, July, Oct., Dec. not open. Barley: May % higher 1.31%, July, Oct., Dec. not open. Rye: May % higher 1.14%, July % higher 1.08%, Oct., Dec. not open. Prices Wednesday for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.80 %; 2 1.78%; 3 1.74%; 4 1.71%; 1 Durum 1.79; 2 1.76; 3 1.67%: 4 1.62% IGA prices: 1 Nor 1.80 % 2 1.78%; 3 1.74%; 4 1.71%; 1 Durum 1.79; 2 1.76; 3 1.67%; 4 1.62%. Grain quotes Wednesday (basis Lakehead): ..r.High Low Close ..Flax May 256 253% 254 Jly 255% 253% 253%, Oct 258 256 256 Nov 255% 254% 254% Rapeseed Vancouver Mar 317% 315 315% May 296% 293% 293% Jly 288 285% 285% Sep 276% 275% 276% Rapeseed Thunder Bay Apr 294% 292 294 Jun 290% Oct 270% 270% 270% Dec 261 Oats May 85% 85% 85% Jly 845/g ' Oct 85% Dec 85 Barley May 132% 130% 130% Jly i29y8 Oct 122% Dec 122% Rye May 114% 114% 114% Jly 108% 108% 108% Oct 108% 107% 107% Dec 110 2) v. rocessing an cttcttron cf ^Systems <=�imitecf 1003 4th Avenue S., Lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 Abater �P� rocesstng ervices ATTENTION! FARMERS and STOCKMEN If You Want TOP DOLLARS for your LIVESTOCK . . . 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