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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 5, 1972 THE LETHBRIDCk HERALD 19 quotations HH _ji' Calgary, Montreal by Uohcrlv. McCuaif! Limited) S i lilv xiln tllfek '0 fill nil) Oil SALE EftVilb :00 n rn. (11 :00 fl.m. Ml :00 Qoctes) WESTERN OILS Huiky Oil Mulual Ac 3. 74 623 SIS Husky Oil B 41.50 Mutual Gr F 5 11 6 19 Alia Eiisl Gai Husky Oil War 5.00 Ma! Rc-r. 7.011 77-1 19.87'.'j Inter Prov Pipn 1-US N W Fin 7 37 FU2 Stronger 17 J1 Inter Prov Steel lOM'.'jII W Gr s.OJ 5 11 DP Oil Gfll 5.05 Kaiser Rei 3.75 Principal Gr A S7 525 Exp Gns 3.30 Pacific Pete 3225 Temp Gr 6.9fl 7.63 Cdn Homesld 7.05 Rainior a.P7''a United Ac S.-io n Cdn Ind GBS Oil B.67Vj SanrJwell A 50 Universal Siiv 797 B 7f, Super Telpdyne -uo Vanguard In 4S 11 45 at Long Is 17 West Cdn Seed t. cl Cmnw Vc-nl 7 43 B.S2 Charier WHitc Yukon 13.P7''3 VANCOUVER Thief Ian 9.00 Vt'csl field MINES Dome PPle Calgary 10 50 Gl Plains 31 Acroll .50 Allfis Cxn'or .i'J Gt Ctln Oil 630 Baron: Oil .OV'i Rain Norse TS 1.51 Madison .15 Br0ntlii 5'" TORONTO (CP) Prices la to SNHi, Cdn Oil S.50 Norlh Con! R? Diytcn Wi Numac 1575 West Warnrr ij Churchill Copper M major sectors of the Toronto stock market edged lo Rapid Data Systems 31 lo SM'S and Pel? ?i.25 PIPE LINE STOCKS .13 Pan Ocean Alia Gas A Dankce Pr-lrol 1.17 Alta Gas Pfd 11 1.T.'i Dolly Varden :5 higher in mid-mnrr.iug lo Alia Nat Gas 30.M Dyrasly 10-00 today. Volume remained Nickel Gfli .68 Inlnnd Nat Gas 1 -or! Reliance Ponder .59 H and C Gan 13.12V2 Equilcrial to The advance after 1'j to Dofasco 3s 17.50 N and C B Pfd 27.75 Gianl 5 consecutive declining Bank of Nova Scolia U Rain U.MVi Gaz Metro 1.50 Gre-nlsle Spoorer .59 Gar Metro A 7700 LrKnex B.i'S The industrial index was and Credit Foncicr 9.SO Trans Cda Pipe -13.50 Lyllon Minerals 1.57 31 lo 197.77, golds lo 178. fi.OO Trand Cda B Primer I', hase metals .02 In 94.G9 Pe'p 9 WC Trans 2975 Tcx-ncnf western oils .52 lo WC Trans Wls 'W.' Volume by 11 a m was MUTUAL FUNDS VaUev Copper 8.55 shares, up from at Uio NEW YORK (AP) _ 2735 All Cdn Com a.J3 9-71 WC .Ci 1 Brincn fi.UVj All Cdn Divjd 9.42 10. JO INDUSTRIALS same lime Thursday-Banking, general by bargain hunting, the slock market made a Brew A 31.00 All Cdn Venl 4.02 .139 Block Eros 370 Cdn Drew B Amr Gr F 679 B.C. JO.lZ'.'j Cdn Pacific Inv AGF Special 3.B3 D.C. Suaar Ptd 15.75 ing, oil refining, rea estate and trust and loan stocks gain today. Trading was Ind SB SO fdn Invest F d.97 i.4S Capl Inter Cyijnus A S.25 Col Mutual 4.75 Crgslhrock F Ind J 01 Cyqnus B 6.00 Cmnw inler 15 SJ Hys 3.M irodcratcly higher whi c hcver-2ge, merchandising, steel Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, which had been Copper Cmnw Lev 3 R.I 4.22 Inlerlcr Brew Genslar U.nJ1-'? fcrp Invesf 6.00 i 54 Key indi'st Home A 2025 Corp In SI F 5.23 5.71 Paficlc W Air 1912'j pipeline issues were fraclionaly earlier, was up S.SJ at 943.26 by noon. Advances 5 30 ?5 Dreyfus F U S. 13.35 Slampede (nfr Rf.s 1 ID Hud Bay Co 17.75 Gr In Shares 3.96 4 3j OILS Hud Bay Oil B7'A Gr Equily 7.32 E-01 Albany Oil Peoples Department New York Stock Bay Oil Pfd 50 12 Invest Gr F 13.12 13.25 Plains Pel? n Hugh Russell 2875 Irwesl Mutual 5.69 6.Z3 West Explcr rose lVz to Magnasonic narrowly ahead of lo 5103i, Dominion Texlile Vi lo Imperial Oil '.i lo and Canadian Imperial Bank ?B The Associated Press 60-slock average was up .8 al 331.8. Industrials were up industrials were up .1, and By nirhardson SccnrlUrs ol Canada) fnco was up '.B lo off BID OR SALE 'i to Royal Bank said bargain a.m. Quotes! a.m, Juolesl a.m. Quafes) Mclnlyrc 2 lo S65. than offset concern Pine Point 3X.OO IB to ftJ'j, Federal Grain 'B to JO and Ford of Canada '.i to Communist offensive in South Vietnam and recent il Placer Dev. -3900 Fd of Ampr 73.00 Advcca'e Asb. 1.75 PC Exp. 3.75 G! Cdn Oil Akailcho H Quebec Man .ll'j Motor-. Molson Industries A fell '.j ordered by the, Rayrock 1.16 Gl Lakes Pap 17.55 Rroulan .75 Rfldiore .30 Gulf ON Cda 77.25 J23, International Utilities 'j Rio Algom 17 C1 Greyhound IB 62' 'i Sherritt to factors were cited Roman Corp g.D5 Hawker Sid 760 Canada Tung. 1.51 Sherritt Gordon U87'j Huron Frip 311 JS ilton Group 'i to reasons behind the Silver Miller .Oiv'g Wnlk-r Montreal Trust Is (o decline in the first Pol 1.55 Sleep Rock 9.DI imperial oil 75 Chimo 1 01 Tek Corp 5 T) i 7r n-i of the last week, u M Ji1 Jmssca 71. DD Conwesf 7.75 TeKmonf ,J7 ,1 131 Dow industrial Rambler l.PO Upper Canada 7.00 Coin Lake Western Minej 3.P5 G A 9 f) some 20 points. '.31Va Hargreaves 1.15 [V MONTREAL (CP) steadied fi.55 Willroy 1.16 J" ,IJ'11 'l'" ir 1 Mines 1 23 XVindlalt C? I' 3 ou the Montreal slock prices on the big Mines 33-00 Yallowknife Bear A crept fractionally higher in active list included Horn .07'', Zenmac .15 Dou3 A cVOU D'Eldona Lcch trading today. Only the up V.'t to Mines 16 W AbitlbljNDUSTR1ALS E ,5 index recorded a Hess up 41 at S401; 'PS Alcari Wasicv n Industrials were up .13 lo 1 Ford Motor up I'.s at Waiarllc 130 sleel 50 McMillan 5.1.75 201.63, hanks .81 (o 266.12, Porcupine added Sullivan 790 Alco Ind 10'7'j Corp 4? 75 Falconbndge 7550 Allan Sugar 655 Mnlsons A 23 CO 1 pers .27 to 85.07 and the 574 and among Canauian BeM Tel Wolrnns B 22.75 i posite .01 to 201.09. Dome Mines was ahead MarHimes PO Brazil Trat 22.75 North, Cenl 13.12''i i Glanl Y.K. 7.75 B C. Tel 63.7S H. cr Corp were off .14 to SG631 and Granby Mining 1.9S Burns 1-1.25 Price Co E.lJ'j Combined volume on flB. Losers included 3 60 B.C. Forest 20 R'lnmpn1. lli.Ji Headway R.L. 7.m BC Sugar in 37'-j SI Lav; Corp 75.00 Montreal and Canadian li at Walker Bow Valley 3075 -tflM CDA exchanges at 11 a.m. down '.i at and Bay M-5 23.50 CAE Ind 750 Simpson'5 2655 Hydra Ex, .IB Cdn Brpw 7 67 "3 Simp Sears jfi.OO shares, compared Seagrams off at Bay 3.55 J-70 S'cel of Can ?C-.T5 at the same time were largely 2.7S Cellulose 1 PO Selkirk A 21.15 Joliel Quebec .28 Ca) 75 Texaco 47.3713 on Uie American Addisan c ron Crctjjt 170 Tratfers Gp A 17.00 Peoples Stores rose Mi io Scurry Rainbow moving Anacon 27'j CWN 12'oa Trans Win Pp 2150 Labrador 40.00 rri Trans Can Pp Dominion Textile lo to '-S "n Marll ".15 Union U..2V, Langis Silver .07 _. cn Union Oil H 00 R.L. .67 chrvlser i 75 Mfg Jb AAalorlic G.F. 65 i 7r'i7' i ALBERTA POTATO JSlJ-rn Cons Balh v Wcslon's B iSern Mooul 985 Ccns Gas 17.75 Woodward's A 2750 925 Gss Weil Cdn 5d requires .12 Disl Sea Zenilh Ei-r !.00 Calumpt '.n Bridge '5 BANKS W Horse Copper 3.50 Dollar 73.P5 Can Invcnsl V.W Koranda 37 Oom T.ilile 37.CO Monlrcal B5 Dom Slores 15.00 r Scolia 3? M RESPONSIBItlTIES: To adminislur Ihe affair! of lhe Comm ,30'A Dame Pele Royal Osisko 23 Dofasco 26.25 Tor-Dam 32.50 sion, which are aimed at improving ond increasing economic well-being of lhe potato growing induslry in Alberta, primarily in the areas of research, promotion and York stocks i QUAtlFICATIONS: Applicant should possess By Richardson Sccnrilics of Canada) of Ihe polalo induslry. A University Degree in Agricullure, and a know edge of Ihe work ngs of Government, would 19.75 Sid Oil erf M.J. 71.50 10 Base Met 94.64 up M Belh Slccl 31-75 Texas Gulf 117.50 15 W Oils 218.27 up 1.00 Chrysler 3d. 75 Texas Co 30. 12', j Volume on asset to the 62.JO Wickes Corp 41.75 ,-w vnDlf AwpDArPt: Dupont 16J-00 V.'colwtrlh 39.50 YORK AVERrtGkb Send complele resume itnmedialely to lhe 78-75 Weslinghousc Elec 50.37''j 30 Indus! 9i3.26 up 5.95 Gulf 2J 75 US Slpel 31 75 20 Rails up 1-17 POTATO COMMISSION, P.O. 513, Calgary 2, 15 Utilities 110.17 up -U Resume should include education, experience ond Ccpper J-l-BT'-a TORONTO AVERAGES f, S1ock5 320.9, up 1.J5 Ward 28.3717 20 Indus! 943.3s up S-95 Volume pertinent detai a. So ary commensurate wilh Grain price review (CPt Rapc- eud prices wuru fractionally below previous close levels in a rjuicl Iracle at mid-session on llic Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Flax prices were firm and rye prices advanced slightly in ;i luir local ami commission activity. The rest of the market was quiet mid featureless, Volume of trade Thursday was bushels fo flax, of rapesced and 1 of rye. MID-SESSION Flax: unchanged July hi.chcr OcL ri higher Nov. un- changed 2.741zB. Rapesced Vancouver: -Tune unchanged 2.62'6; Sep. 'B lower Nov. 3.'v lower 2.53B; Jan. l'z lower Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May not open; July V? higher '2.54V Oct. 3H lower 2.493-iB; Nov. not Oats: May unchanged 69A: Lily July unchanged 69A; Oct. not OcL open. Rye Barley: May unchanged May 1.09-iA: July not open; OcL. j Jly higher Oct Rye: May higher I July higher Oct. higher Grain Tlmrsday (basis High Low Close Fl.-ii Ulay 273rs 273'i Jly 275'i Oct 275 275'- Nov 274'3 274'.i [tapcsccd Jun 2623j Scp Kov 2J4 2523.j Jan 251'i Homer stirs up uproar in house llv I'AUL Herald Ullawa Burrnu i Mr. Marchand. unable to his answer because of Ihu licck- Rapcsccd Thunilc May 2J7 Jly 230 2J4'i Ocl Kov Oats May Oct Barley May Bay OTTAWA Alberta MP Jack Mr Lamourcux vainl? Horner caused an uproar in lhe for asketi House cif Commons Thursday 110 across the Com- u-hen he shouted across Ihe; noor Mr Horner asked [ioor that a company given mil- w c h c incentive lions of dollars in federal in-, al.B only lo idustrial incentives grants acls; anrl die'Liberal as the Liberal Party "bagman" in vcw nrunswick wa.i 'in N'ew Brunswick. Speaker Lucien Lamourcui: jold the House had to call [or order several h.ltl he would look times as Mr. Ilorncr and report Crowfool i led a barrage o[ so- I was he in- j vere hccklinR against P.epional' as soon as he [economic Expansion Minister j Jean llarchand. jhe NDI' MP said th: minis- The situation developed when j (cr indicated he would bo .lohn Burton j [0 before the coin- East) asked why Mr. Marchand this week, but it now ap- had committed a "serious omis- Livestock report Calgary livestock Beplacement cattle were mostly yearling steers weigh- CALGARY (CP) -Receipts ing 700 to S50 pounds, and year- ling heifers in the 600 to 700- pound range, selling at fully on the Calgary livestock mar- ktt 1.0 n a.m. lotalted 1.5M PROCTOR GAMBLE CELLULOSE, LTD. Has immediate openings for the following at ill bleached kraft pulp mill in Grande Prairie. ENVIRONMENT CONTROL ENGINEER Reiponiibilihej lo include: fo provide cffeciivo techniccl support in Waste treatment, to develop ond manage lropining programs for to work effectively with gavernmenlal and con- sulting agencies. Qualifications: chemical, mechanical or chemically orienlcd sanilary engineer wilh several years experience. knowledge of environmental control functions, air and waier pollution problems in the krafl pulp in- dustry, experience in work wih consulting and regulatory agencies a definite assel. PRODUCTION ENGINEER Responsibilities lo include: lo demonstrate leadership in process systems operation, abilily and in ilia live o( independent problem analysis to communicale effectively and work in a (earn atnioipherc, to train non-managers in the operation of procesi equipment. Qualifications: --Gradual onginrrr wilh n boMc of chemical, mechanical, civil or cledrical engineering, portion al a supervisory level, pulp mill experience desirable bul not essential. PRODUCT QUALITY MANAGER Responsibilities to include- to coordinate overall qualify control efforts of lhe manufacturing units lo prcvcnl and eliminate finished product quality problems, ability lo manage a Central Conlrol Lo bora lory, jo communicate dirccly with Technical and Sales groups to fncililalo Ironslalion of customer specifications to viable stondards. Qualifications: chomkal engineer wilh rich history of pulp -Experience, in working cind communicating, both orcilly and in writing, wilh pooplo on a team bnjis, Gxpericnco in statistical quality control syslomn and their application-., Capable of independent thinking and development, dalo of employ men I for any of the. lislr.d portions would bo July 1, 1972. Applicoiions should bo submitted in not Inlcr Ihnn Moy 10, io; Personnel Manager Proctor ond Gamble Cellulose, Lid. R. R. No. 2, GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alberta. itish Tories battered in town halls battle LONDON (CP) Conserva- tives were battered in the haltle of town halls across Brilain, raising douhts whether Prime Minister Heath would call a general election this year. Triumphant Labor candidates stormed to power in the annual municipal elections Thursday, gaining almost council seats, mainly from Tories who lost more than BOO. Labor seized control of such towns as Birmingham, Canter- bury, Coventry, Derby, Dover, Grimsby, Leeds, Nottingham, Peterborough, Preston, Read- ing. Bollon and Slough. Conservatives were consoled, however, in the outcome of one of lhe Iwo parliamentary byelections. They retained the Kingston, Surrey, scat while Labor retained it.s own south London stronghold o[ South- wark. The vole trend in these parlia- mentary test cases probably re- flected some increasing public unhappiiiess wilh lhe Heath ad- ministration. The Tory leader faces strong resistance to his drive lo push Britain inlo the Common Mar- ket and to lame the unions. In addition to lhe threat o[ national port and rail slrikes, Ihe coun- try is still in lhe grip of inflation with housewives g r u m 1) 1 i n H about food prices and other ris- ing cosls. head, practically all replace- ment cattle and slock calves. Trade was strong and active. Slaughter cattle were mostly medium and canner cows, and j all grades sold steady at Thurs- day's closing prices, quality considered. Choice steers 36.60 lo i good 35.35 to 3G.25, medium 34 to 35. Low choice heifers 34.50 i lo 34.70, good 33.25 to 34.50, me- dium 31.GO to 33. Good cows 27.60 to 28. medium 25 to 26.50, canners and cutters 20 to 24.50. Good bulls 23 to 30. i Compulsory arbitration souht TORONTO (CP) An emer- i gency meeting of Metropolitan I Toronto council will be held Monday morning to ask the provincial government for com- pulsory arbitration in the civic workers' strike if negotiators fail lo reach a settlement this weekend. The announcement of the emergency session was made today through the office of Metro Chairman Albert Camp- 1 bell. The emergency meeting Is scheduled for exactly four weeks from the day of the be- ginning o! ihe slrike. Meanwhile, the city's medical officer of health, G. Moss, said the emergency garbage dumps established in parks have become a "touch-and-go" proposition. Dr. Moss said the dumps are starting to deteriorate and said lie doesn't "want to see any more garbage in the parks." At New Westminster, B.C. a total of 253 inside and outside civic workers walked off their jobs and set up picket lines lo- j day, making the greater Van- j couver municipality the third i in British Columbia's lower i mainland lo be hit by a strike of city workers in the last eight 1 days. peared he would not do What is the metier and what is he hiding asked Mr. Kurt on. Although a number of Mi's have suggested political patron- age involving industrial incen- of the most outspoken critics of Mr. Marchand's billion dollar industrial incentives handout steady to strong. I says McCain Foods Stock calves were mainly nas had a number of other thin kinds, weighing 400 to W) grants in the past few years, pounds and selling at strong In ansxvor to questions put lo Good feeder steers un- before the parliamen- sion" of not reporting details of an alleged SG.l million grant to McCain Foods Ltd., as required by law. Mr. Marchand had earlier: promised to investigate the j aRe error, but (he Saskatchewan MP live grants as as mis- has suggested that the Quebec i g0jngs On in Mr. Marchand's de- minister is trying lo stall off his j the minister has de- appearance before the standing j lhe' absolutely, parliamentary committee on re- j There has hccn no evidence to gional development. suppol-t them. Mr. Burton, who has been one WHERE YOU STAND! der 700 pounds 38 to 42, 700 pounds up 35 to 38. Good feeder heifers 32 to 35.60, good stock and feeder cows 23 to 27.50. Good slock steer calves 41 to 47, good stock heifer calves 35 to 42.10. No hogs were sold to 11 a.m. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices lo 11 am. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 29.30, average Thursday 20.35. Red Deer: 20.35; average Thursday 29.25 Calgary: 29.25; average Thursday 29.21. Lethbridge: Nil; average Tlmrsday 29.27. lary committee, the minister has confirmed that a former top official of his department is now an executive wilh McCain Toods. Mr. Burton says Ibis represents a possible conflict of interest. i On Tlmrsday. as soon as Mr. j Burton asked the minislcr for an explanation of the situation. Mr. Horner cut in wilh: "That i was the third grant lo McCain's i and they were the bagmen in New Brunswick for the Liberal j Party." i "I don't understand." said Net earnings Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS Thursday 28.80. Grande Prairie: Nil; av- erage Thursday 28.B7. Fort Macleod: Nil; average Thursday 2S.25. Total bogs sold to 11 a.m.. 1971, Atfaerta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd., three monlhs ended i March 31: 1972, 7-1 Lloydnunster: M. average cents a share 00 cents. Robinson, Little and Co. Ltd.. threo monlhs ended March 31: 1972, 1971. S14G.C59. Texas Gulf Sulphur Co., three Gel a Topographic Map Full topographic mop cover- age of Conodo plus large icleclio end wi of Iriemalic, alia naps. 850: total hogs sold Thursday average 29.28. Sows average 21.70. By Gene Fawcette ANOOOXflAHO A BRITISH INVENTOR HAS DEVELOPED AN INSTRUMENT TOR "PLAYING OLFACTORY MUSIC1 WITH FIVE PIANO-LIKE KEYS. BUT INSTEAD OF SOUND, VARIOUS PERFUMES AND OTHER ODORS ARE RELEASED BY THE KM TO BE WAFTED BfA BLOWER PAST THE "RAYEFl'S'NOSe... BIG FISH Sturgeon can grow to 20 feet long, weighing up to i pounds. MIMUTX H77V IXOffS lltfUCCOFWTfsS months ended March 31: 1972, 20 cents a share; 1971, 20 cents. Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Line Co., three months ended March 31: 1972. 53 cents a share: 1971, 51 cents, FREE INFORMATION KIT CANADA MAP OFFICE OTTAWA, ONTARIO KIA OE4 Department of Energy, Mines ond Resourcei Named Salesman of the Month CHESTER POCZA Bony Chevrolet Oldsmobilc Is pleased lo announce that Chester Pocza has aclic-ivcd Uie honor of "SALESMAN OF THE MONTH" for April, 1972. Chester has had a wealth of experience in the sales Field in lhe auto- mobile industry Me wel- comes his many friends and customers Lo sre him for Iheir every motoring need. He bo pleased to assist them in any way. BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT Phone 327-3HB NEEDED BACK-HOE OPERATOR Applied I ion forms available at the Counly cf lelh- bridgo No. 26 office 214 13th Slreet South, Lelh- bridge, Alberla. Applications musl be in the offico by May 10, 1972. AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN Progressive dealership handling complete line of Ford cars and frucks, invites applications from corn- pet on) professionals to fill Iwo vacancies on ihcir small, well-trained sales force. BY PROFESSIONAL, WE REFER TO A STATS OF MIND, RATHER THAN EXPERIENCE If you have o solid record of accomplishment, ond nio challenged by lhe concept of conlrihuting lo line lurlhrr growth of a 300 (o 400 now cnr opcrntmn, in cxcrllrnl tncilifici which dominate rural locolion, we. offer uniqun abovq rcirninc] polrndnl. Reply giving com pi o I o rciumo lo BOX fi, LETHBRIDGE HERALD Sip the light fantastic: Three Feathers. Only Three Feathers blends a light four year old with smooth mellow eight yeir old. Join the light brigade. Your assurance ol quality ;