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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta light liver coal to the U.S. border, where it would be taken over by Burlington Northern for shipment across the northwestern U.S., then back into Canada to the deep sea port at Roberts Bank, south of Vancouver. The Kootenay and Elk application was opposed by CP Rail, which already hauls coal between B.C.'s East Kootenay region and Roberts Bank. CP Rail has contended that Canada could lose more than million in wages and tax revenue over 15 years should the Burlington Northern Interchange arrangement be allowed. In Seattle, a Burlington Northern spokesman said an ment could probably be renegotiated if Kootenay and Elk decides to submit its application again. Burlington still would have to build track north to the Canadian border if the deal went through, said the spokesman. The exact routing of the tracks would be a matter for negotiation. At present, Burglington has no definite plans or proposals and is simply waiting for developments in Canada, said the spokesman. BnPTI m Toronto slump co TORONTO (CP) Industrial ssues on the Toronto stock narket plunged sharply lower s prices in most sectors regis-crcd declines in moderate mid-norning trading today. The inlustrial index lost 1.10 o 197.97, base metals .07 to 6.47 and western oils .27 to 16.17. Golds were up .86 to 82.41. Volume by 11 a.m. wai shares, up from t the same time Monday. Declines outnumbered ad-ances by more than two-to-one, 61 to 74, with 209 issues unhanged. Banking, beverage, communi-ation, oil refining, market ntinues steel and industrial mining stocks suffered severe declines as 16 of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups moved lower. Heal estate issues edged fractionally ru'gher. Among industrials, Bank of Montreal lost to Stelco to Genstar to Inco Vt to 532 Vs, Imperial Oil to and Royal Bank to Westcoast Transmission fell Vt to Rio Algom Vt to Pan Octan to Numac Vs to Hudson Bay Mining to and Canadian Reserve Oil and Gas 15 cents to Erie Diversified A was up to Bethlehem Vi to Asamera Vi to General Distributors Vs to Falcon-bridge Vi to and Kaps Transport to quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uoherly, McCualg Limited) LAST BID Oil SALE a.m. Ouolel) Quotes) a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Hud Bay Oil 41.50 Or Equity 7.40 1.13 Almlnex 5." Hud Bay Pfd M.OO Invest Gr P 4.7B T.It Ashland" U25 Husky Oil B f Can South 7-00 Inter Prov Pipe 14.37V3 Cdn Ex Gal 3.30 5leBl 'J-B5J Principal Gr 4.94 SU Cdn mdTaS Oil 8.63V1 Pe 32.75 7 !oi Cdn Super 40.S2'A Rainier Ac 5 ,16 6 m Cdn Long -57 Sandwell 4.35 universal Save 6.06 8.84 Charter 5.00 West Cdn Seed 4.75 vanquerd 10.70 11.72 Chlellan 10.00 While Yufton 13.50 Cmlfw Vent 7.51 Dome 35.00 Westlield 1.52 VANCOUVER Gl Plains 32.00 CALGARY MINES Gt Cdn Oil 4.25 Acroll .50 Alton I1.IJ14 i orhiel 1 55 Barons Oil -03'A Anuk -IB North Cdn Oil 5.55 Madison .15 Alias Explor .52 Numsc H.IJVb North Cont .02 Bath Norse .55 Pancdn Pels 15.25 Wesl Warner .53 Brenda 4.70 12-00 PIPE LINE STOCKS Brycon .30 Petrol MB Alia Gas A 53.M Churchill Copper .75 Pinnacle 40.00 Alia Gas Pld 72.12V4 "oyden .13 Place Gal .84 Alia Nat GBS 20.00 '35 Ranger Inland Nat Gas 16.12V'a rnrtRell 1500 Scurry 16.62V2 N and C Gas 13.00 Eaultorial Spoonsr .88 M and C B Pld 28.00 Mascot Selhens 9.60 Pacific Trans 12.75 Lornex B.iO Total 6.15 Gaz Meiro .15 Ulster 1.32 Trans Cda Pipe 43.00 pyramid -M W Decalta 5.45 Trans Cda B 41.00 sjiver standard 1-3B Iftest Fete Trans Cda A 79 00 Trojan -28 ulcrFI 1 AHFnus Trans Cda War 13.50 Valley Copper 8.50 INDUSTRIES wc 28.87'A WC Res .07 Aonal.ine 21 75 wc Trans INDUSTRIALS Aqualame 21.75 MUTUAL FUNDS Block Bros 3.15 ?H n n All Cdn Com 8.57 9.37 B.C. Sugar 19.62'A Cdn Brew B cd Dj ,d 5.57 Capt Inter 5.87'A Cdn Pacific Iny SMZ'Aj, "d Vent 4.09 4.47 crestbrcok F Ind 4.00 Cdn Pacific Inv 26.12VJAmr Gr F tm 7.54 nys 3.05 Crowsnest Ind 29.00 AGF specla 3.46 Interior Brew 3.60 Cygnus A 5.62V3 cdn p 5.00 5.4B Key Indust .38 Cygnus B 6.00 Mutua i.48 7.51 Pacific W Air 19.50 Falcon Copper 13.00 Cmnw Inter 14.41 15.4B stampede Intl Res 1.16 Genstar 14.50 cmnw Lev 3.B9 4.27 OILS Home A 31.25 Corp In 51 F 5.28 5.77 Albany Oil .56 Home B 31.25 Dreylus F U.S. 13.40 14.68 Plains Pete .23 Hud Bay Co 17.50 Gr In Shares 4.02 4.4] West Explor -12Vi Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Sccnritics of Canada) LAST BID OR SALK a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes! MINES Osisko -24 Dofasco 26.62'A Acme .41 Pine Point 34.50 Cable VANCOUVER (CP) The Supreme Court of Canada has !iven the Kootenay and Elk lailway "the green light" to mild its controversial line from lie Crownsnest area of British Columbia to the United States jorder, the company's lawyer said line Jack Alley, counsel for the railway, was commenting on a decision handed down in Ottawa Monday in which the court ruled that the Canadian transport commission had erred in a major point of law when it rejected the railway's bid a year ago to build an 80-mile line gree iaul coal from the Crows Nest nclustries Ltd. mine near Spar-wood, B.C., to the Burlington Northern Railway In the U.S. The commission had ruled the Kootenay and Elk was not a common carrier because it would carry only the coal of its mrent company, Crows Nest, md that the Railways Act prohibits a common carrier, in this case Burlington Northern, from nterchanging traffic with a company that is not a common carrier. The court, in a six to three decision, found the commission lad interpreted the act in too restrictive a manner. "This gives us the green light o go said Mr. Alley. I'd said the transport commission now must reissue the order, granting the Kootenay and Elk application. He said he was not certain low this will be done. "No one seems to be sure about the correct procedure." MANY LOOSE ENDS Mi. Alley said there are "a whole lot of loose ends to be tied up" before work on the line can begin but that it would be feasible to have the job completed in a year. The line would be used to e CNI pres FERNIE, B.C. (CP) M. 3ruce Pepper was elected Monday as president of Crows Nest Industries Ltd. by the board of directors following the company's annual meeting. He succeeds William ident Prentice, president since 1967 who announced his retirement after 33 years service with CNI. Mr. Prentice will continue as a director. Pepper, 41, joined CNI in 1967 as vice-president finance and was named vice-president and ;eneral manager last year. He is a chartered accountant. Crows Nest Industires Is a 75-year-old firm with extensive coal land holdings and forest product operations in the East Kootenay area of British Columbia. It also has oil and gas interests. Forest products currently account for 85 per cent of annual sales. Profits for 1971 were as compared with a loss of million in 1970. CNI sold its coal operations and a large block of land to Kaiser Resources Ltd. in 1968 but subsequently has been active in acquiring and providing up new coal holdings in the East Kootenays. No sales contracts have yet been arranged for the up zinc prices NEW YORK (AP) Five foreign companies have raised their prices of zinc above United States levels to 19 cents a pound in response to reported shortages in the metal. Most American producers are selling zinc at 17 or 18 cents a pound under price commission guidelines. Rising demand and the closing of zinc smelters unable to meet pollution control requirements have led to some shortages, observers said. However, the situation may soon ease with the passage of a law Friday permitting the immediate sale of U.S. government stockpiled zinc on the open market. This would be the first such sale since the Korean War. On Friday, three Canadian Cominco Ltd., Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co., and Noranda Mines raised zinc prices one cent to 19 cents a pound. This action was followed by EZ Industries Ltd. of Australia and Cerro de Pasco Corp., a Peruvian subsidiary of Cerro Accuse motor firms DETROIT (AP) Officials of Seneral Motors and Ford Motor 2o. deny charges in a federal ndiclment accusing them of ivjig prices on automobile fleet ales. A federal grand jury, conclud-ng an 18-month investigation, intended Monday that "prices )f automobiles in the fleet mar-tet have been raised, fixed and maintained at artificial and non-competitive levels." It charged the two auto giants with conspiring to fix prices and [rilh attempting to maintain a monopoly in the automobile leet-sales market. The "accusations in the indictment are not Ford ilotor claimed. The charges iave "no basis in said GM. The National Automobile Dealers Association and the argest auto-leasing company, Jeterson, Howell and Heather Inc., were named as co-conspirators, but were not indicted. COULD BE FINED Both GM and Ford face fines on each count. The charges were filed with a companion civil suit in J.S. District Court in Detroit by he anti-trust division of the jus-ice department. The fleet-car market consists of large-volume automobile purchases. It accounted for about 12 per cent of the new cars reg-stered in the United States will on liquor, wi EDMONTON (CP) A deposit will be required on liquor, wine and imported beer bottles under an amendment to the Beverage Containers Act, which received approval in principle in the legislature. This means they will join soft drink containers and beer bottles which now are returnable for refunds. John Ashton (PC Ottewell) said soft drink containers are only part of the province's litter required ne bottles Including liquor, wine and imported beer bottles under the act would not only reduce UIB litter problem, but also make the act credible to the public, he said. It was a case of "putting your money where your mouth is." The government was looking after the problem of soft drink containers but ignoring products sold by a government department, the Alberta Liquor Control Board. Prices on the Montreal stock market continued a downward trend today as all sectors declined in light midday trading. On index, industrials were down .38 to 203.58, utilities .23 to 161.58, banks 1.54 to 266.12, papers .30 to 84.31 and the composite .46 to 202.17. Combined volume on the Canadian and Montreal stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 422.80C shares compared with shares at the same time Monday. Among leading losses on the MSB, Dominion Stores was down to Financial Collection to and Royal Trust to Off Vi each were Bank of Montreal at Hudson Bay Mining at and Placer Development at In MSE gains, Fulcrum Investment was up Vz to Dominion Glass Vi to Dominion Textile Vt to and Moison "A" Vi to On the Canadian Stock Exchange, Pacific Nickel Mines was off 10 cents to 67 cents on shares traded, Williams Creek Gold live cents to on shares, while Jamex Explorations rose 9Vz cents to cents on shares. NEW YORK CAP) Stock market prices strengthened somewhat today after declining earlier in the session. Trading was slow. The Dow Jones average of 3t industrials, which had been off nearly 4'4 points earlier, was up 1.53 at 943.86 by noon. However, declines on the New York Stock Exchange led advances 3 to 2. Among Canadian stocks Alcan dropped Vt to Me-Inlyre Porcupine lost V: to and Genstar was off at On the American exchange Brascan was off Vs at anc Preston picked up Vs at .50 P.C. Exp. 3.35 Gt Cdn Oil 6.30 Bralorne 5.60 Quebec Man Gen Motors 79.75 Broulan .25 RayrocK 1.17 Gl Lakes Pap 17.12V1 Bethlehem 50.25 Radlore .30 Gulf Oil Cda 28.50 Brunswick 4.30 Rio Aloom 17.75 Greyhound 18.75 Canada Tung. 1.50 Roman Corp. 7.95 Hawker Sid 2. 75 Cassiar 17.00 Sherrltt Gordon Huron. Erie 30.25 Central Pat. 1.50 Silver Miller Hiram Walk 42.75 Chlmo 1.01 Steep Rock 3.07 Imperial Oil 32.12W Conwest 7.70 Tek Corp. 5.35 Imasca Cons. Rambler 1.80 Tc-xmont .48 Inl Nickel 32.00 Coin Lake .0914 Upper Canada 2.10 Inl Pipe 31.37A Cochenour .31V'2 Weslern Mines 4.00 Inv Gp A 9-37Vb Craiqmont Wright Hargreaves 1.15 Inl Utilities 46.00 Denlson Mines 33.25 Willroy 1.12 Indust Acept 19.62'A Deer Horn .07 Windfall .09 Laurentide 14.00 D'Eldona .47 Yellowknlfe Bear 4.55 Kelly Doug A Dome Mines 45.00 Zenmac .15V4 Loeb 3.80 Aldona .50 INDUSTRIALS Loblaw A 6.75 Discovery Mines .95 Abltlbl 8.37V, Metro Stores 18.75 Easl Malarlic 1.30 Alcan 21.75 Massey Ferg 13.87'A East Sullivan 2.89 Alooma Steel 13.75 McMillan Bloa 24.87'A Falconbridge S1.25 Alco Ind 10.37'A Moore Corp Frobex .28 Allan Sugar 6.25 Molsons A 21.50 First .85 Agra Ind 13.75 Molsons B 21.75 Giant Y.K. 7. BO Bell Tel 44.50 North Cent Bovls 2.00 Brazil Trc 23.12'A Power Corp 9.75 Granduc 4.05 B.C. Tel 42.50 Price Co 8.00 Headway R.L. 5.00 Burns 14.75 Rothmans 19.00 Hollinoer 43.00 B.C. Foret St Law Corp 25.25 Hydra Ex. 18 B.C. Sugar 19.75 Shell CDA 43.12Vi Iron Bay 355 Bow Valley 30.50 Simpson's 26.25 Iso 2 15 CAE Ind Simp 37.50 Joliel Quebec .28 Cdn Brew 7.62H St of Cdn 30.00 Kerr Addison 5.60 Chemcell 4.80 Selkirk A Key Anacon .27 Col cellulose 2.00 ifexaco Labrador 42.00 Cal Powor Traders Gp A Lske Shore 2.50 Coron Credit 1.20 Trar.s Mtn Pp 21.00 Langis silver .07 C.W.N. Gas 12.00 Trans Can Pp aav, Madson R.L .66 Cdn Indust 15.25 Gas 14.37k, Malarlic G.F. .62 Cdn Marconi 3.25 union oil 43.iO Marlin McNeely .07 Cdn Vickers 11.50 X.f r.s.3'' m'9 Moclntyre 65.00 Chrysler 34.00 Mela .12'A CPR 14.00 "IWflm .16 Cominco 28.75 Intern Mogul 10.00 Cons Bath 9.50 Nu West Homes 9.25 Cons Gas 18.50 sd "n1 New Athona .12 Cfin W N Gas 26.00 Zmi111 Eloc J-80 New Calumet .32 Dlst Sea 33.25 BANKS W. Horse Copper 2.52 Dom Bridge Can Imperial 27.37Va 17 50 Domtar 13.00 Montreal 21.50 Noranda 37.50 Dom UM Nova Scotia 39.25 Northgate 6.25 Dom ,575 Norlex .32 Dome Pete Tor-Dom 32.50 Neiv York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Secnritfes ,of Canada) Amr T and T 43.00 Sears 30 Golds 1BT.OB off ArtBcmda 19.50 Std Oil of NJ. 70.00 10 Base Met 96.23 off .31 Beth Steel 31.12Vz Texas Bulf 118.00 15 W Oils 215.13 off 1.31 Chrysler 33.B7V2 Texas Co 30.25 NEW YORK AVERAGES Comsat 63.00 WIckes Corp 50.35 Dupont 16.1.25 Woal worth 40.00 30 lndusl UP '-1! GM 73.25 Westinghouse Elec 50.25 20 Rails 256.79 off .07 U.S. Steel 31.75 15 Utilities 110.14 up report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m. today were head, mostly slaughter steers and cows. Trade was strong and active. Slaughter steers sold fully steady to 25 cents higher with prices to 37.70 highest on record at Calgary. Heifers were in short supply with choice kinds scarce, but all grades sold steady for quality. Cow trade was unevenly steady to strong in spots with sales of good cows to 28.70 Bulls steady. Choice steers 37 to 37.70, good 35.75 to 36.75, medium 34 to 35.50. Choice heifers 34.50 to 35.30, good 33.25 to 34.25, medium 31 to 33. Good cows 27 to 28, medium 25 to 26.50, canners and cutters 20 to 24.50. Good bulls 27.50 to 29. Replacement cattle were scarce and mainly steers in the heavier weight range, selling at steady prices. No stock steel calves were offered. Stock heifer calves sole steady. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 35 to 37, good feeder heifers 31 to 33. Good stock and feeder cows 23 to 29, good stock heifer calves 35 to 37.50. Hogs average base price pri Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Hape-seed prices moved lower in a relatively quiet trade at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Local and commission houses traded on both sides of the market and limited exporter buyers in that commodity met moderate hedges. Flax prices were fractionally lower in a quiet trade and other commodities were featureless. Volume of trade Monday was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices Flax: Mav Vt lower July Vt 2.76'AA; Oct. Vt lower Nov. Vt lower 2.7514A. Vancouver Rapeseed: June IVt lower Sep. 2V4 lower 2.57V2; Nov. 2V4 lower 2.55; Jan. not open. Thunder Bay Rapeseed; May 1 lower July lower Oct. 1% lower 2.52A; Nov. not open. Oats: May unchanged 69A July not open; Oct. unchanged 70. Barley: May review July not open; Oct. unchanged 1.I1VSB. Rye: May unchanged July unchanged Oct. Vt lower l.OllsA. High Low Close Flax May 276 276 Jly 275 2761-4 Oct 27514 276% NOV 2753i 275 Rapeseed Vancouver Jun 26534 264'ii 265Va Sep 2W8 Nov 25814 258 257% Jan 253 Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 257S'8 254% 255% Jlv 255'.4 256% Oct 253% Nov 253 Oats May 69 69 Jlv 69 Oct 70 Barley By THE CANADIAN PRESS ..Redman's Canada Ltd., 7Vz cents, May 1, record April 15. Selkirk Holdings Ltd., class A, nine cents, June 30, record June 15. Canada Steamship Lines Ltd., pfd., cents, July 4, record June 9. Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Co. Ltd., 30 cents, July 25, record June 30; series A pfd., 62V4 cents, July 15, record June 30. Burns Foods Ltd., nine cents June 15, record May 15. Canadian Utilities Ltd., common 50 cents May 31, record May 15; GVt per cent second pfd. 31 cents June 30, record May 15. Silverw o o d Industries Ltd., class A 20 cents; class B 20 cents, both July 3, record May 31. Zenith Electric Supply Ltd-, five cents June 15, record June 1. Bank of Montreal, 21 cents June 1, record April 28. Electrohome Ltd., 37V4 cents May 31, record May 15. Koyal Bank of Canada, 24 cents June 1, record April 29. Royal Trust Co., 30 cents May 10, record April 20. Westinghouse Canada Ltd., 12V2 cents June 15, record valued at approximately were sold or leased that year in the fleet market. According to the indictment, 3M and Ford now account for about 75 per cent of that market. The civil suit asks for a permanent injunction against any continuation or renewal of activ-ties to eliminate fleet-market Ward 20 Indust 198.04 off 1.03 Volume 10914 Oct llltt 111 imi RYC May 102 Jlv 103' i 1023i Oct lOITi 101% 10114 ii BRISBANE (Reuter) the News soon. Offocials at WJLB radio w here the "good news" will be heard at 5 p.m. Monday through said the station is trying to give Detroiiers a more "positive" image about their prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 10, average Monday 28.93. RecJ Deer: 29.05, average Monday 28.86. Calgary: 29.10, average Monday 28.94. Lethbridge: nil, average Monday 28.95. Lloydminster: Nil, average Monday 28.47. Grande Prairie: Nil, average Monday 28.13. Fairview: Nil, average Monday 28.15. Fort Macleod: Nil, average Monday 28.95. Total hogs sold Monday, average 28.85. Sows average stopped in the town centre at Yeppoon when an Australian army pilot called to collect his clothes from a dry-cleaning shop The pilot landed his helicopter just off the main street of Yeppoon 500 miles northwest of here. He casually strolled into the nearby shop and picked up his jungle green uniform. He took off just as the police arrived. But it may be some lime before he flies he has been grounded pending an army APPOINTMENT G. K. Bresee, PAg., MBA i The Rink of Nova Scotia announces Ilio appointment of Garry K. Hresee as Manager of the Agricultural Department, Albert a Region. Mr. Bresee, who will located at the Alberta Kocion.il Office in Calgary, was raised on n farm I'onokn. lie obtained his li.Se. in AjiriraHure from tha I niversitv of in 1067, anil recently completed 'tho MHA proRr.im nt the Uni-vi-rsitv of H.I'. Hefore joining 'I'lu- liank of Nova Srotia, Mr. Hri-sei- hnd several years experience with !he 1'arni Credit Corporation in bolli Alberta and (lie Mariliino repinns; Ilo is a member of Hie Alberta nstitnteof AgroloKislsancl Ibo Appraisal Instillile of Canada. Air. P.resee's appointment is in k vpini; with (lie Hank's om-timiini; efforts In improve and expand ilsscrvkvs to Canadian fanners. WAR DEATHS NEW DELHI (AP) A defence ministry says nearly twice as many Pakistani soldiers as Indian troops were killed during the two-week war last December: Pakistanis and Indians. The report shows Pakistanis wounded, compared with Indians. It says India holds Pakistani prisoners of war and Pakistan has 504 In dian to i d Ji "jJI By Gene registers record profit DETROIT, Mich. (AP) -General Motors Corp. announced here its firs quarter profits were a recorc million, compared with million for the January-March span of last year. GM said it had "no plans to adjust our 1972 model although Ford Motor Co. announced it was rolling prices on some models when announced Wednesday that its first-quarter earnings of S252 million also were an all-time record for any quarter. GM said its 1972 car and truck prices are competitive "considering the combination o] value and and its profit within the U.S. government's price commission guidelines. At the same time, the company strongly suggested it plans to boost prices for 1973 models, saying government-required safety and emission-control equipment, among other things, would add to its cosls. GM's first-quarter profits were equal to a share, compared with last year's for the first quarter. Tho old quarterly record of million was set in when GM racked up ils record profit of department said Monday that 17 of the city's 322 policewomen are starting eight weeks o( special training to prepare themselves for regular duty in patrol cars. The training at the police academy will prepare each policewoman to join a patrolman as ''equals in every sense of the word on radio motor police headquarters CAStHKir REMEMBER THE LOS CABIN CONSTRUCTION TOY FUR KIDS? -NOW THEY HAVE REAL ONES FOR ADULTS WHO LOVE THAT RUSTIC LOOK. THE KITS COME WITH PRE-CUT LOSS AND OTHER FARTS CODED FOR EASY CON-STRUCTION.RUS BLUEPRINTS AND AN INSTRUCTION SEBASTIAN, Spain (Reuter) It was third time lucky for passengers leaving here on a flight to Barcelona. One of the four engines on thnir aircraft burst into flames just before takeoff. Another plane was found, but as it rolled on the runway, a tire burst. They finally left in a third BUYING OR SELLING CALL FRENCH 1 i CATTLE SALES i 3 FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SALES 1 H WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY AT A.M. H 9 iSl SPECIAL STOCK CALF AND FEEDER SALE 34O-SQ.FT. jHOOft TO f n lures WINNIPEG (CP) _ Live beef futures close Monday. May 36.00; Jlv NEWS PLANNED DETROIT (AP) A radio station has decided to present five minutes of "good news" five days a week SO-GOOD" 3-BeDROOM-z-MTH 33.50. Friday's volume: 10 SLAUGHTER HOGS FEEDER H 1 EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS H Excellent Facilitiet For Feeding and loading union officers named BANFF .John llurkin of Medicine Hat has been elected president of the Credit Union Federation of the fedration announced here. Among other top posts filled at n federation meeting were K. S. Toliey, Kdmnnlon, first vice-president; M. .1. .lukosky, Cold Lake, second vice-president, and K-irlo Allen, Calgary, executive AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN Progressive dealership handling complete line of Ford cars and trucks, invites applications from competent professionals to fill two vacancies on their small, well-trained sales CONSIGN All YOUR LIVESTOCK TO i C. L FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. if IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phono 327-01 01 -Res. 328-3986 H P.O. BOX SS 1-1-7 IETHBRIDGE Ed French 328-3986 Ken Miller 758-6607 Magroth 1 Lou DoJager 327-9548 C.W. 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