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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ;JB Mir. I'llH'.Rinnr. HERAID Wednoitlny, Mny ,11, fWSK; SV I II li _. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied In Dolicrty, MrCiiiiiR IJmHril) J.AST DID OK SALE Alfalfa cubes Civic workers (11 :M H.m, Mulunl Ac Mulunt Gr P i ft' Prlnclpn RoylunJ 7.29 797 5.3-1 5 B7 619 6 BO 515 S 65 fi.74 703 Mfl 7.S5 d At. S59 4M rsal 3 IS E 96 Vpnl AB5 0.63 VANCOUVER MINES come to Tilley 'I i v'! n i a tier slaying on tlic sidelines for (nn.oM.-'lK higher while 'sevcra! sessions. Mclnlyre Porcupine was off in a'id Canadian Pacific down U !o Sl.Ti-. Inlemational j i Nickel lost to Dome va U) 11 am. provided i, the Alberta Hog Producers Pri'iL'nf Scolia ]-_ lo Mavkcling Board: ['V, iii'ii'-nki- Coppor lo Edmonton: 29.50, nverago Tuesday A.ri.'i.-nn drnppocl 's to Heel Deer: 29.55, average Hi Ctln ii'ln Pel nr_nfln T5.R7' 1' JO 11.50 1.15 4D.59 PIPE LIME STOCKS Allf, A Alia PHI 71.00 AIM 1131 Gas 5025 inland nnl Gas 1600 i C fi and 520 IKI-T 1.37 Dccallfl 5.CO PP-P MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES .nu.i'.ii'ie 35.75 i.Wa dn Krev; A 31.PO Brnw R J4 67Vi (In IdV 26.50 .ycinus A 5.SO D 5 75 Copper 1125 ,Mslar 1: 31.50 lull Flay Co Ifi 50 li-il Ray Oil lutl Ony Oil Pfd 49.00 Russell 31 DO Ctla I'l Trnns Cd-i R Ctla A Trans Old Wai WC Trnns ft CO en.50 M.50 27.75 9.50 WC frnns Wls MUTUAL FUNDS All Ccln Com fl 71 9. All Ciln Divid 9-60 10. Vent 1-29 A. Alias Explur Bum Ntrso Elrendii Drycon ChurchNI Coppnr Croyclen Davenport Dnnkw Dolly Equitorlal Granlsle Lorncx Lyllon Minerals Primer Pyramid Silver Standard .13 -1.B5 9.00 9.25 2.W 7050 .05V? Air.. _ AGF Special Cdn In F Col Mutual Cmnw inter Cmnw Lev Corp Invent 5.H i.d 7.05 7.'i 1 16.1 397 t.: !nd 22.00 5.50 3 BD 51 F 6.7-1 61 reyfui F U.S. 13.H5 15 1 r In ihares '-.n A-' r Enuily 70S B.I vest Gr P 17.JO 13 i vest Mutual 6. INDUSTRIALS Block Bros ISO B.C. Sugar 1 Canf Inter I CreslrooK F 1 Hys i Columbia Hi D Key Indusl Pacific W Air 21.37'i I Slampedc Inll Res 1.10 OILS i Albany Oil M i Plains Pelc 22 1 West Explor .11 KW-i:, Ti'csday C a lg a r yi 2SJ.C5, average Tuesday 29.43. i Loth bridge1. Nil, average M In ?9, Tuesday ml Ranker LI ovd minster: Nil. overage I Tuesday 29.29. Grande Prairie: Nil. average L (7'' Price? Tuesday 2fl.6.'i. :up, in all sectors1 Fairview: Nil, average Tucs- in lighl trading j day 23.41. slock market Fort Maclcod: Nil. average Tuesday 29.SO. i- up .IXi to Tola] hogs sold I2M, lolal dipped hog-- Tuesday aver- ago 29.40. Sows averaged 23.05. Toronto industrials (Snpplietl By Richardson Sccnrilics of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quote5) a.m. Quoies) a.m. Quoles) MINES A'J vacate Asd. Ak-iJcho DmLrne Morlex i Qsiiko Pine Poinl Placer Dev, P.C. Exn. Quebec Wan Rayrock Dome Pele Dofasco Cable Ford of Am Gl Cdn Oil Gen Motors G! Lakes Pp lo and Dollar value C j h d Milume on the i M nnl Canadian .sioek j e x c I1. n i s 11 a.m. was j .V.Q.'Vil. liin.' Tuesday. MONTREAL (CP' U.S. riol- np 'j lo ?23 lar in terms of Canadian funds snd Canada Ci.inenL Lafarye '2 down to 5-16. Pound sterling "s lo YORK dollar up l-iG al l.Ol 47-G4 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound stcr- ___ 01T I blid MI stock mar- I kci as hit hard al LONDON (API A slrcul-1 flriiiMT chip issues, weeping machine in lleanor, j Derbj'ishirc, Jost if.s job -'A the downtrend i foui- men wiih brooms and shov-1 v.a? f: a Dioji-lumcry sell-1 els do the work better, officials rrs iiv: (he market j said. Canada Rio 0 Greyho Central O Cci5. Coin Nic Pit UN Ac D I DTHO Loco Met SI Cast '-IP1 Mo 1 son Firs: Wolscn. Gijil i Hrariway La C Bay C- Simpso l-iydra Val Ircn Slcel t Selkirk Jolipf 12 Lake Gas L.inqi3 Malarlic Marlin 11 Intern Nu V.'est W Nnt New Ii V.'. Horsg N'ova ntide Doug A ,v A 1 Ferg Ian Bice Corn is B com Corn Pp Pp Mlg I Car me Farm Kililrir Canada's first alfalfa cubing planl will he officially opened Saturday five miles southwest of Tillc-y by Tirol Debydrators Ltd. Winlcr-loiiR construction of (lie SMO.ODO farmer-owned plant been completed in time to go into production immediately, cubing stock-piled alfalfa hay firpt. The profess involves treating the hay and pusliing it through narrow slots to compact it into easily handled cubes. The cubes are IVt inch square. Tlic planl will then slart to process alfalfa cut during this growing season. The plant, in the heart of the Eastern Irrigation District about 100 miles northeast of Lethbridge, was assisted finan- cially by the Alberta depart- ment of agriculture, Alberta department of industry and de- velopment and the federal de- partment of regional economic expansion. John Calpas, regional agri- culturist for the Alberta depart- ment of agriculture, said the opening could mark the first step in radically changing and mechanization methods in the labor-inlensivc job of putting up and feeding forage to live- stock. Alfalfa cubing has Iffien ex- panding rapidly in the western United States and is the newest form of hay handling, process- ing and feeding to be intro- duced into southern Alberta's irrigation belt which annually produces acres of alfal- fa. Tirol will operate a twin-cub- er plant with a crew of 18 em- ployees. The annual capacity will be tons. Al Chmmka of Tilley, presi- dent of Tirol, and plant man- ager Sonny Byrd said market interests in cubed alfalfa prod- ucts have been beyond expec- tation, primarily among Alber- ta feedlot operators and dairy- men. Interest has also been ex- pressed from British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Japan. Farmers, ranchers, feedlot operators and dairymen are invited to the opening to be- come familiar with the new cubed product and the process, said Mr. Chrumka. VANCOUVER (CP) The B r i I i s h Columbia Mediation C o m m i s sion recommended Tuesday that striking civic workers in the greater Vancou- ver area be granted a two-year contract giving them an per cent wage increase retroactive lo Jan. I of this year, with another per cent increase on the new rates on. Jan. 1, 1973. Mediation commissioner Ken Baskin said the first-year rates are in effect one per cent high- er than those offered by the Sales to U.S. urged by American gas official TORONTO (CP) Ralph McElvenny, chairman of the American Gas Association, sug- gested Monday controlled sale of Canadian gas to the United Slates. In an address to the Canadian Gas Association's annual meet- ing, he said it would be in Can- ada's interest to support pipe- line projects which would help develop the large gas reserves I of the Mackenzie River delta, the arclic islands and areas off the East Coast. Sales to (he U.S. would, he I said, "give the producer and transporter in Canada a gener- ous revenue, Inch he might otherwise not obtain, pending development of a market lor supplies in your country." He noted that no gas can be exported from Canada unlil it is ascertained to be surplus to Ca- nadian neuds and that there has TTfer Creek 4-H Club Achievement Day set Tli'- V, 'Hn" Trerk nisi rid judging single hccT l'cr; Allan Giles of be 1-- hold SriLurclny in junior judge, thr N.-inu-ii ArL'na. Showmanship judge will be .Mi-'Mi: of Mnislicd George Hay of Nan ton with a.s- I'.nl'.r.' i.-j by mem- sislancc from Jerry of New York stocks (Supplied By Ridiardson Secnrilics of Canada) ii Sears 17.B71 3 SlrJ Oil RJ. Jl i TcKi'i GuU Texas Co WlcKus Corp 75 S71'; WeslinghouSB 2-i.S7'j U.S. S'cel 33.00 Gen Elec 11655 75.5') 117.B71' J3.GD 5715 JO. 15 75 Monlgomery Ward 27.03 50 2; 75 TORONTO AVERAGES 30 Golds 311.21 up .63 10 Base We! P737 cff 8? IS Oils 151 ril l.H NEW YORK 'AVERAGES 30 Indusl 961.81 off 9.13 Reils !56.Bi off 1.B2 15 Utilities 10B.04 oil .09 d5 Slotrks D24. !B Off 3.17 73 off 1 0.1 Vol Ken Hi'rlbuii and Warren Mac'rr-'l. Nar Slater, .'lui TlR1 al 9 a.m. 'Cooper will conduct the sale v.iih JO'] (n f-'orl Marleod i sinning at p.m. .Rocky Mountain. Life Insurance licence cancelled by Edmonton iLY REQUSRED USED CAR RECONDITIONING FOREMAN TCP WAGES TO PER HOUR CV. .rcindfe fhe recondilionmg of used cars? you diroci Ihe dulies of a junior clean-up man? fl e-.-iic-ripnced? f 1 I you a rs, we need you i m m e d i ci t e I y j-j BILL SIHER, Genoral Sales Mcjr. Collecf at 223-3537 ALBERTA Operalcr wiih cil least ihrec yonrs i-'-ilfncp in gns i'. (l a plan! nf.'or Al- A vn'icJ 3rd (Inis Albrrln jlonm ccrli- i Bnsf; pny in In will ho hour, rlnpOntJinr] upon rjunlifirfi- arn invited !o reply Hy i-ticil Irltrr i n ploymonl iii'lory In; D W. EDMONTON (CD The Alberta Rovernmcnl. ha1? can- celled (he licence nf K o c k y blounldin Life Insurance Co. ;mcl appointed an interim m a n a e e r of the company's business, a 11 o r n e y-gcneral Mcrv Lcitch announced in the legislature Tuesday. Mr. Leilcli said Ihe action was taken to profcrt the Cnl- gnry-b n s c d company's policy holders, almost all of Ihrin Alhcrlans. iiiifj a lentativi1 niL'iii. has boon reached where- by ihe creditors will reduce llieir claims hundreds of thousands of dollars and in ex- cbniKjc, Ihe government will administer Ihe policies nnd LMinrnnlrc !o the policy hokii.T.s' thai will receive ;dl of [he benefits they entitled (o receive under lerms (if I heir T h c guarantee will rclalc only to the policy holders' in- leresls and not the sharehold- ers' interests. Mr. Lcitch said while the agreement is tentative, he he- licves it will, "in a very short Lime, be incorporated into for- mal documents, and will at that time become binding "Whether Ihi.s arrangement will cost the Rovcmmcnt any money depends on how many policy liolders cancel their of cancellations over ihe life time of the Rocky Mountain Life Insurance Cn. policies is fraupht with tfrcal unccrlainly, but basrd on what we feel are realistic t'.sli malts, ivo r.rv liojicfiil that the co-opcra- liou and understanding of the policy holders ho no fni-s In tho govrrnmonl. BEAUTIFUL 4 LEVEL SPLIT HOME locnfrrf on qijirl 4 bnclrnoms, fnmily room open flrrplncc, L-Uinprrl livinn room nnrl dining room, Ifiiclu.-n f.-nlinq orr.n, Brcndlnnm ihrouqhmn. Ynrrl i> Inndscapntl nnrl foncnrl. Son al 7205 Si. "A" So.flli. Tor Appointment Phone 328-2651 or 328-0861 Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed prices were firm at mid- session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today, mainly on a quiet trade. Flax prices advanced frac- tionally on a lack o[ good of- fers and some inler-month spreading while the rest of the market was dull and feature less. Volume of trade Tuesday was 441.000 bushels of flax, 1.- 5M.OOO of rapesecd and rye. MID-SESSION Flax: May higher 2.72B; July 5i higher 2.737i; Oct. -In higher 2.75'sB; Nov. and Dec. nnl. open. Rnpesced Vancouver: June Vi lower Sep. "s lower 2.49KA; Nov. lower 2.19gA, Jan. t.i. Itnpcseed Thunder Bay: May !'i higher 2.41Ai July un- clinngccl Oct. lower 2.437sA; Nov. lower 2.45A; Dec. not open. Oals: May unchanged July !i lower GO'.iB; Oct. un- changed 70A; Dec. not open. Barley: May unchanged July ?s lower l.UU'sB; Oct. net open. Rye: May lower LOOThll; July higher Oct. j higher Dec. not open. j WINNIPEG (CPI Grain niiok's Tuesday (basis Lake- licadj: Iligli Low Close 1'lax j.May 272', 271 27P, Jly 27r, Oct 275'z 37.H, Il.iprsrrd Tlliinilrr nay jiy Oct Ml': 2 Nov Ikr (luls May Jly Od. Dec llarlrv M.iy j Oil i llyc May 102'v. I' been a decline in U.S. gas re- serves. Reasons he cited for the U.S. decline included pricing policies of the U.S. Federal Power Com- mission, the refusal of the gov- ernment to sell gas-rich beds off the Gulf of Mexico and concen- tration by US. producers on oil areas where the potential in- vestment return is greatest. He foresaw a continuing U.S. need for gas. "For all practical purposes the imbalance would continue as long as our gas industry at- tempts to serve an inordinate portion of the burgeoning total energy demands of our nation." "1 believe we can no longer assume that gas from conven- tional sources will meet the needs of tho markets we serve, respective of the pricing of the FPC." Wilh demand increasing and gas becoming more expensive, Mr. McElvenny hoped indus- tries would use it only where il was most useful. increase advised Judge orders seized files be returned Municipal Lahnr Rclallons Bn- vcau, which IOT seven municipalities in tlic Vancou- ver area. The unions liad asked n 10- pcr-ccnt increjitju relroaclivc to Jan. 1 of this year, a further four per cent on July 1, and fringe benefits Ihe MLHB said lake the to- tal pnckngc to about 1C per cent. Some civic workers fire on strike in Vancouver, Burria- by, New Westminster, llich- mond and Delta. North Vancou- ver city and district fire Hie only two municipalities not yet hit by strikes. The MLTIB took its case be- fore the mediation commission last week after wage talks broke down with Hie Canrdian Union of Public Employees. EDMONTON (CP) The Su- preme Court of Alberta ordered police Monday to return all but three of the 309 patient files seized from Pr. John Craig who faces four charges of criminal negligence causing death. Mr. Justice Neil Primrose is- sued the order which also said that "all copies, notes, photostat copies and microfilm" must DP j returned lo (lie doctor. He said in his order that no civil proceedings in connection with the case are to be taken against Provincial Court Judge Carl Rolfe who issued a search warrant for seizure of the files or any policemen who enforced the search warrants. Judge earlier had re- jected an application for return of the files and Dr. Craig's law- yer appealed to the Alberta Su- preme Court. Mr. Justice Primrose said he would only allow the Crown to keep files which relate specifi- cally lo charges against Dr. Craig. Crown counsel W. J. Stainton j had said the Crown needs more than the files relating to the charges (o prove a pallem in Dr. Craig's notions. The doctor, former bead of an Alberta government institute for the treatcmenl of alcoholics and drug addicts, operates a skid road clinic to treat people with the same problems. Cummins Diesel appointment Tom Dubelz Mr. George E. Clark, President of Cummins Diesel Power, Cal- gary, is pleased lo announce Ihe appointment of Mr. Tom Dubeu as Dealer Development Manager for the company in Southern Alberta. A native of Edmonton, Mr. Dubetz has had some twenty years (rucking business experi- ence in the B.C. Interior and is widely known throughout the West. He will make his head- quarters in Calgary. Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on Ihe Calgary Livestock Mar- ket to 11 a.m., ahout 750 head; mostly slaughter cattle. Trade was active. Slaughter steers barely steady to 25 cents lower; heif- ers were steady; cows were 50 cents higher and bulls were higher. Choice slaughter steers 37 lo 37.70, good 36 to 37, medium 33 to 30. Choice heifers 34 to 34.110, good 33 to 34, medium 30 to 33. Good cows 2fl to with heif- ery kinds higher, medium 26 lo cannors ami cutlers P.O to M. Good hulls 28 to 33 with the odd sale higher. Replacement cattle remained scarce with heavy feeders more lhan 750 pounds 35.50 to 37.50. Good feeder heifers 32 lo 34. Hogs base price 23.P5. Beef futures WINNIPEG heef futures close Tuesday. Jly Sop 35.75; Nov 3S.OOA. Monday' volume: 21 con tracts. ByGonfl F Dec Kill-'11 I09'1., II Hi ri 102 VINYL-CLAD SASHES AND FRAMES FORSLIDIN6 WIN- DOWS ARE SAID TO BE THE FIRST OF.THEIR KIND. THE DOUBLE UNIT HAS OWE SLID- ING THE THREE- PIECE HAS AN ATrttACTWE FOUHDA- TION'SKIKT' TO A MOBILE PROCTOR S GAMBLE CELLULOSE, LTD. engaged in the production of Bleach Kraft Pulp in Grande Prairie, Alberla, has the following openings] PULPING DEPARTMENT 1. PRODUCTION MANAGER Responsibililics to include managemenl of chip screening, digesting and bleaching areas reporting directly 1O ihe Umf Manager. Qualifications, ihe successful applicant will be a gradu- ate engineer, probably Q chemical or mechanical en- gineer with 5-10 years experience in continuous process supervision, pulp mill experience, although desirable, not a requiremenl for ihe posilion. 2. MAINTENANCE MANAGER Rcsponsibililics will include the successful maintenance of the pulping deporlnjenl, reporting direcily Jo the Unit Manager. Qualifications, a graduate engineer, preferably mechani- cal 5-10 years induslrial experience in the mainten- ance of a continuous process oocrahon, supervisory end planning experience required. Pulp mill experence ii de- sirable bul not required. These posilioni to be filled in -July, 1772. Resumes should be 5ubmilled prior Jo June 1, )972. THE PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT 1. PRODUCTION MANAGER Rusponsibililies will include the management of pulp drying, finishing, warehousing and shipping areas, re- porting diroclly lo the Unil Manager Otinlilkalionj, a graduotn pnginrer, prnhnhly or mrchnnjcnl with 2-10 yCnrs and r nnl mucus process supervision. Pulp mill expencnrr, pulp drying (Floll) and the finishing is dcsirablo but essential. 2. MAINTENANCE MANAGER Responsibilities, planning and supervision of mainten- ance programs wilhin the produclion department report- ing to the Unil Manager, Qualifications, a graduate engine rr with ?-l 0 yenrs of industrial mamlcnopce txpcncnrc including planning nnd supervisory functions. These poiilions to be filled in August, 1972. Resumes to be submitted by June IS, 1972. WOODYARD DEPARTMENT 1. MAINTENANCE MANAGER Responsibilities, include nil mninlcnnr.r ment- receiving, debarring, shipping, ck. Qua I idea linn s, an cnginocr graduate three years industrial mainlcnancj <_ xpL 2. ELECTRICAL SHOP AND ELECTRICAL TRAINING MANAGER RcspoMsibililiL's, lo intludL- ihe vision nf Ihe elcr- Iriral shops, technical technician trnining nnd l inq Ihrouqhaui I he mill. nradunfp rlrrfriml rpi'ii vnnf OKpcricnrn in indii'ilrinl plrr iricol ninin fnnnrP. prrffrnhly r.n rnnlinunu-. pmrov. rn nnsllions In, bfi filled bv RrMuvr-. In MjhmillcrJ by J. UTILITIES AND CHEMICALS DEPARTMENT 1. POWER HOUSE PRODUCTION MANAGtR Rnponsib ili lies, will involve powrr house supervision wild dirfct reporting to Ihe Unil Moncirior, Oualificnlions, Allierln IM Clci-.s Monm i-nqinrrr license. 2. PRESSURE VESSEL INSPECTOR The applicant will Imlrl nn Allirrlo Ul fln-.J slcam licrnsG nnd will hove cxlcn'-ivr r.xpriinnrc in pressure inspection. Mo will report ditcclly lo tlic Unit Mnnngc--. 3. MAINTENACE ENGINEER Tlw npplicnnl will lie n cnnrlunlr willi 310 ycdrr, in pnwoi IIOUM- iiiomti-iHiiuP. 4. INSTRUMENT ENGINEER Tlin applirnnl will ho n rnfulnr-i minor pn 'fi.Tf idly moclianical or clrrJiicnl wiih i o nx- pcncnfi1 HI indijslrml inilrumcntation. Gicidutili's of o Icrhnicnl school yccnii will Im con- bnsrd nn ihrir uxprrir-ncn in ihe ol inslru- im-n frit ion. Tricso posilionn will hi- fiHcrf in 1977. Rusurnoi lo IK; submitted prior lo July 15, All moy ha lulim'illoil in conriclontn lo tho PER- SONNEL MANAGER, Proctor nnd Gnnihln CELLULOSE, 1TD., R.R. No. 2, Grnnclo Prniiio, Albcrtn. liin a depart- nd fa ioot- ;