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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Monday, March 26, 1973 THE UTHMID6I HKAlft 17 Federal public service officials to face blast CALGARY {CP> Whatever the weather Uiis week, adminis- trators ot the federal public service can be assured that for them March will go out wilh an Icy blast. The tempest will come at the, third largest union in Canada, Public Service Alliance of Can-1 Much of the convention: time ada third triennial convention. The union, rep- resenting federal public ser- vants across the country, is the Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCuaig Limited) LAST BID OR SALE e.tn. Quotes) 34.75 AGF Special 7.75 Cdn Invest 7.75 Col Mutual Cmnw Inlcr Lev 9.M 4.00 7.90 9.00 .30 51.00 4.00 a.m. Quotes] WESTERN OILS AND MINES Alia East Gas AlmTnex 4.10 Asamera 11.25 Ashland 13.25 BP Canada 16.50 Brenda Mines 5.10 Can South 4M Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homesld Cdn Ind Gas 011 Cdn Long I s Ctfn Super Charter Oils Chief tan Dome Pete Dynasty Fort Giant Mascot Granlste Gt Plains Gl Cdn Oil S Lochlel Lyltcn Win Noble Worth Cdn Oils Numac Pancdn Pan Ocean Pelrol prnn-icFs Pface Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Sclbcns Spooner Total Pe fe T> Ulster West Pete 8- W. Decalla 5. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Us AquHalne BC Sugar PFd Block Bros Brlnco Cdn Drew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pacific tnv CresfbrooK Ind Cmnw Corp Invest Corp In Crows Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Falcon Copper F and M Trust Genslar Home A Home B M.OO Hud Bay Co 21.75 Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay A Pfd 56.00 Hugh Rusiell 42.00 Hysky O1I Husky B Pfd Husky D War 6-30 Husfcy E War 7.90 i Inter Prov 10.12'A Inter Prov Steel Mndpa. Gr Magnasonlcs Pacific Pete PW Air Rainier Inc Giratos) F 2J819 4.31 7.01 15.32 W.W 4.37 7.64 6.30 6.92 F 5-28 5.79 4.54 Dreyfus F U.S. Great pacillc 4.84 5.3! Gr In Shares Gr Equity Invest Gr F Invest Mutual Mutual Ac Mulual Gr F Mat Res 9.50 a'ss 9.75 33.25 8.00 3.05 -_ 1 Royal Trust "95 St Maurice Cap SandweJI 16 50 Teledyna 15 12% West Cdn Seed Win 1 M' A Pfd '33 WhHe Yukon 33.00 13.75 31.75 11.35 5.00 2J.50 1.10 4.25 4.61 PIPE LINE STOCKS 33 Alia Gas A 14.37V 5600 Alia Gos Pfd 75.00 Alia Nat Gas 21.62V 1325 Inland Nat Gas 11.75 55 H and C Gas 11.25 700 M and C B PFd .77 Pacific Trans 8.50 Gaz Metro i nn Gaz Melro A Tr Cdn Tr Cda A Pfd Tr Cdn B Pfd Tr CtJa War WC Trans West Trans Wts Roylund Temp tr United Ac Universal Sav Unlvesi Vanguard U CALGARY Ac roll ___ Barons Oil 5 87'A North Continental 1 West Warner ij 121A 3.88 7.83 8.47 6.22 5.85 4.90 5.33 between today and Friday will be taken up with about 450 reso- lutions, most of which are point- edly critical of legislation which affects the bargaining rights of public servants. The alliance has been press- ing the government for amend- ments to public service legisla tion that would allow them greater leeway in collective bargaining and more say on the use of their pension funds. So far the government has had little to say in reply, al though a special report was prepared on changes to the laws two years ago and amend- ments were promised in the January throne speech. The report has not been made public and the promised amend- ments have not yet been in- troduced in the Commons. Both situations are likely to be discussed at the convention 8.16 6.06 6M 7.1 B 7.69 Aflon Balh Norse Croyden Dankoe Davenport Dolly Varden 15.50 Primer Pyrarnfrf Silver Standard Valley Copper 73.25 INDUSTRIALS moo Brew 23-00 Hys Cdn S-W- Key Indus! MUTUAL FUNDS OILS All Crfn Com 7.10 8.42 Albany Oils All Cdn Divld 8.M 9.07 Plains Pete All Cdn 4.12 Intl Res 912ViAmr Gr F 5.71 6.27 West Explor 15.CO 3.00 5.75 57.50 32.50 Toronto mines, industrials lo'ss that the gov- sbi s.84 ernment will be rapped for its inactivity. Alliance president Claude Ed- wards has repeatedly called on the government to allow bar- gaining of job security, job clas- sification standards, employee appraisals and conditions oi promotion, demotion, transfers and reassignment. Many of those questions have been major bargaining hang ups, particularly with the more militant public service unions such as those representing postal workers. Since 1967, when federal pub- lic servants first were given bargaining rights, many nego- tiations have been prolonged and frustrating for union mem bers, officials of the assoc ations say. The delays have been particu Market slump comes to end 9.W 13.01 Utt ,07 (Supplied By Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE Basis of troubled economy A mountain scarred by open pit mining provides a backdrop for nickel mining op- erations in New Caledonia, a French Pacific island. Societe Le Nickel, the gigantic min- ing concern which supports New Caledonia, is hurting badly and the island is suffer- ing since the outfit is its main industry. '_________________________________ million suit Safeway sues farm union a.m. QuolcSl MINES Acme 1.15 .75 3.30 7.2S 1.91 13.00 1.75 1.70 6.90 3.JS .20 Advocate Asb. Akaltcho Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Can. N.W. Land Canada Tung. Casslar central Pat- Chlmo Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont DTckenson Mines Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Discovery Mines East Ma I attic East Sullivan Falconbrlrfge Frobex First Giant Y.K. Granduc Hoi linger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Bovis Ircn Bay Norlex OsisXo PJne Point Ptacer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man 15.l2Va Rayrock 4.55 Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Shcrrltt Gordon Sleep Rock TeM Corp. Texmont Upper Canada QUOTCS) .37 Dofasco Cable Glendafe Grt Cdn OH Gen Motors Grt Lakes Pp Gulf OH Cda .33TA Greyhound 24.25 Sid 8.10 Hur Erie Hiram Walker Imp Oil 430 Imasca Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gi 74.00 51.25 3.10 .11 1.14 .38 2.71 2.70 larly galling to those bargainin units that have selected volun- tary arbitration rather than conciliation and the right to strike. The majority of alliance 1e'ooW members chose arbitration. 7L25 Among the policy papers to be discussed is one calling for a workweek, with no en- .79 3.49 34.50 .06 .47 7B.50 .35 T.OO 7.50 .3.00 71.50 Inv Grp A Int UtlL Ind Accept Wrighl Hargreaves 1.25 Willroy 1.08 Windfall -10'A Kaps Bear 3.95 Laurentlle Zenmac .OB Kelly Doug A INDUSTRIALS -Jollet Quebec Kerr Aldlson Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langh Silver MatJsen R.L. Mafartlc G.F. Martin McNeely Mela Mldrlm Wogul Nu West Homes New Attiona New Calumet W, Horse Copper Noranda Northgale 2.65 2.66 Ablllbl A1can Algoma Steel Atco Inl Atlantic Sugar Agra Ind .w Bell Tel .46 Brerll Trac 7.40 B.C. Te1 1.85 Burns 45-iO B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Val Ind CAE tnd Cdn ChemcelL Col Cell Calgary Powei .25 Coron Credit 41.00, C.W.N. Gas Pfd 11.SO 3.00 Cdn Ind .OSVa Ccln Marconi .71 Cdn VicKers .8? Chrysler C.P.R. .11 Comlnco .13 Cons Balh Cons Gas 10.15 Dlst Seagrams .14 Dom Bridge .74 Domtar 3.70 Dom Texlile 48.25 Dom Slorcs Dome Pete 11.12W Loblaw A 25.87V: Met Stores 11.25 McMillan Bloa 5.87Vi Moore Corp 12.25 Molsons A Molsons B North Cent power Corp Price Co St. Law Corp Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Scars SFeet of Cda Selkirk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Cda Pp Unfon Gas Unfon Oil Versatile Mfg Wesleel Union, Carb Weston's B Woodward's A Zcnilh Elec BANKS Cdn Imp Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Tor-Dom 43.25 20.7; 55.00 19.00 33.50 21.50 10.75 5.25 aco 27.SO 1.75 10.75 31.75 17.75 31.50 20.50 16.75 39.50 .31.50 19.25 21.00 32.75 19.50 4.1S .30 49.67 Vi 40.75 33.25 33.37'A 25.75 10.75 1B.25 11.25 S.CO 4.85 6.HM 21.50 19.75 30.75 51.50 27.09 26.25 11.25 largement hours. of daily working 40.25 19.50 52.50 33.50 53.35 33.50 1J.50 A5.7S 21.00 11.75 16.50 30.15 17.00 35.87' 34.25 33.25 livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY CCP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock mar- ket to II a.m. today totalled 7; head, mainly lower grades of (slaughter cows. Trade was ac- Insufticient slaughter steers or heifers were offered to es- tablish a market. All grades of cows sold at strong prices. A few medium hulls were steady. DI, D2 cows 35 to 37 with younger kinds higher, D3 34 to 35, D4 30 to 34. Medium bulls 37.50 to 38.70. A few medium stock steer calves sold at 50.25. Hogs base price 45.55. LOS ANGELES (AP) Sate- way Stores has named the Unit- ed Farm Workers Union in a million damage suit, alleg- ing "conspiracy, extortion and harassment." The Superior Court suit was filed Friday, the same day Su- perior Court Judge Campbell M. Lucas issued a temporary restraining order in an earlier suit limiling the number of UFW pickets at Safeway Stores in California. The judge limited the num- ber of pickets to seven per store and ordered an April 12 hearing on a preliminary in junction in the matter. The union is demanding tha Safeway buy only iceburg let-, uce picked by UFW members arid has called for a boycott of he stores until they do. The million suit claims he union campaign against Safeway has "harassed, threat- ened and intimidated" stores and customers. The union's legal counsel, Jerry Cohen, said in Keene, Calif., that, the "boycott is legal" and that the suit was "a smokescreen to cover up their callous attitude toward the farm workers." Meanwhile at El Centr Calif.', a million suit on be lalf of nine United Farm Wor ers Union members was fie in Superior Court charging growers with forcing their em ployees to withdraw suppor from the UFW and to join the teamsters. The suit cnarges the growers wilh forcing employees under threat of dismissal to sign cards designating the teamsters as their exclusive bargaining representative. TORONTO (CP) Five con- secutive losing sessions came to an abrupt end today as prices in most sectors of the Toronto stock market moved higher in light mid-morning trading. Golds scored the strongest gains as the price of gold on in- ternational bullion markets moved sharply higher. The gold index on the Toronto market rose to- 228.01. The i trial index, considered the ma- jor indicator of market trends, was up .44 to 219.67. Base met- is were down .15 to 99.80 and estern oils .06 to 241.47. Volume by 11 a.m. was X) shares, down from at le same time Friday. Advances held a wide margin vcr declines, 125 to 87, with 182 issues unchanged. Beverage, oil refining, indus- rial mining, utility and steel is- sues made moderate gains while communication, pipeline and banking stocks remained Peoples Credit A was up 1 to Seagrams to Shell )anada to Laidlaw Vt to Alcan to and Asamera Vi to Among golds, Dome Mines rose 1 to Campbell Rec Lake Hi to Sigma U t and Camflo five cents t Glendale Mobile Homes fell V to Eastern Canada Sav ings to Cassiar Vi and Siebens Vt to MONTREAL (CP) AH seo- :ors except papers advanced in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Industrials gained .90 to 238.05, the composite .88 to 225.53, banks .82 to 265.09 and utilities .80 to 158.14 while pa- pers declined .07 to 120.26. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Petrofina Canada dropped 'A to and Pacific Petroleum to white hell Canada gained Vt to nd Dofasco to On the Canadian Slock Ex- hange, S and L Diversified ropped to on bares. KEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices were generally iigher today in moderate trad- ng, after a steep decline tha previous week and favorable news on the prime lending rate. The Dow Jones average, SO ndustrials which at a.m. was up 2.71 to 925.42, was off .37 at noon to 922.34. Among Canadians, Dome Mines was up Hi to Al- can Vi to Canadian Pacific to Massey-Ferguson to and Granby Mining Vi to Mclntyre slipped U4 to 550 V4 and Walker-Gooderhata Vi 10 On the American Exchange, Canadian Javelin advanced li LIFE INSURANCE