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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Novomber 8, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD 19 Livestock Miscellaneous quotations Labor troubleshooter report Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Weaker trend at mid-morning TORONTO (CP) Prices drifted fractionally lower in slow mid-morning trading on Uie Toronto market today. The industrial index was off .13 to 162.58 and western nils .16 to 199.30. Golds were up 3.92 to 139.61 and base metals .m to 70.18. Volume by II a.nr. was shares, down from at the same time Friday. Trading was halted in the shares of Security Capital Corp., Seaway -Multi Coi-p and Levy Industries at the request of the companies, pending re- lease of information. Advances outnumbered de- clines 93 to 63 with 153 Issues unchanged. Weakest of the industrial in- dex's 17 sub-groups was oil re- fining. Communications. industrial mining, utility and sled issues edged higher. Woodward A dropped to S22, Imperial Oil 'Ho Rank -s to S17'z. CP Ltd. to SIR'i, Numac 'i to and Mat- tagami Vi to Bel] was up Vi to Cana- dian Utilities to Pice Point '.j to Dome Mines 2 to Canada Southern Pole 10 cents to 53.50 and Ek-ctro- home Vi to MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mixed in light trading on 1 h e Montreal stork market today. On index, industrials were off .76 to 167.20 and the composite .36 to 167.16, while utilities were up .42 to Ranks .112 to 204.16 and papers .24 to 67.74. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 208.900 shares compared with 336.900 at the same lime Friday. Highlighting losses. Falcon- bridge was off S2'j to Do- fasco ni to and Imperial Oil '2 Imasco Lfd. was up rt to S1731 and Asbestos Corp. U to NEW YORK (AP) The stock market shifted lower today in sluggish trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 3.28 at 837.il. Declines look a narrow lead over advances among issues traded on the Now York Stock Exchange. Brokers said many investors were remaining on the sidelines, awaiting a market direction. They said some investors were waiting for the first Phase Two pay bojird and price commis- sion rulings expected this week. Most stock categories were mixed, but oils were lower. The Associated Press 60-stock average was off .3 to 30II.8 at noon. Industrials were down 1.7, rails were up .3, and utilities were up .3. Noon prices on the big board included Computer Sciences up to Boise Cascade off at S153; and Texaco down to Dome Mines added HB t o among Canadian stocks and Mclntyre Porcupine was up to Granby Mining was off 3i at and Canadian Pa- cific lost to On the American stock ex- change, Canadian issues moved in a narrow range, with Cana- I dian Javelin adding to Memorial societies defended Lethbridge livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME TODAY Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.ir., about head; including 640 bred cows for sale later in the day. Slaughter cattle on offer were mostly mixed grades of steers and cows with trade ac- tive. Slaughter steers were steady, condition considered; heifers were steady with no choice kinds offered; cows were most- ly medium and canner kinds at steady prices and no bulls were offered. Good to choice slaughter steers 31.25 to 32.60, medium 30 to 31. Good to low choice heif- ers 30.25 to 31.50, medium 29 to 30. Good cows 21.25 to 22, medi- um 20 to 21. Canners and cut- ters, 16 to 19.50. Replacement cattle were mostly yearling steers selling steady. Stock calves on offer were medium to good kinds with no top quality animals on offer. Prices were steady. Good feeder steers 32 to 36.50, depending on weight. Good feeder heifers 29 to 31.40. Good feeders cows 21 to 23.60. Medi- um to good stock steer calves 36 to 42, medium to good stock heifer calves 29 to 33.75. Hogs base price 23.65 EDMONTON (CP) Most S undertakers strive to create the impression that death is not real and only prolong the an- guish, says Jean Mohart, a di- rector of the Memorial Society Association of Canada. In addition, she told Ihe Ed- monton Memorial Society, modern funeral practice makes a "decent" funeral synon- ymous with expense. Memorial societies, however, were set up to combat needless- ly extravagant funeral prae- I ticcs and lower funeral costs are secondary to this aim, Mrs. Mohart said. Memorial societies needed to correct the impression that they are simply "cheap burial or disposal services." Sirs. Mohart was a speaker i at the first conference of Al- berta Memorial Societies, hold here and attended by delegates I from Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer, Vermilion and Lloydmin- ster. WILL FIGHT NOISE PARIS (Reuter) A new French official, already dubbed Monsieur Silence, is to lead the country's fight against noise, government ministers have de- cided. The man to fill this sen- ior post will be chosen by Envi- ronment Minister Robert Pou- jade. PRINCIPAL WANTED THE EDMONTON CATHOLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT Invites opplitolions for Iho PHncipolship of ihe propos- ed J H Pirnrd High School to be opened in September, 1972' Triii will offer o bilingual (English-French) pro- gram' to approximately six hundred students enrolled in Grades VII to XII inclusive. The successful applicant must possess or qualify for an Alberta Teaching Cerlificote ond have the necessary administrative experience, training and leadership qualities for a school of this lype. To apply, write Io; H M. MACDONAID, Staffing Edmonton Catholic School Districl 9807 106 Stree! .EDMONTON 14, Alberta SHELL CANADA LIMITED REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING STAFF EXPERIENCED LABORATORY TECHNICIAN pu'iilion involves routine general ond gas analysis, pollution monitoring work aiui' ncn-routini- tasks at the Waterton Gos Plant laboratory Two positions are available due fo plant diploma fro prpfrmbly hn HEAD STEAM ENGINEER lir- po-.i'ion involves iho responsibilily for main itiina lliu efficient operation of steam, water, air and rfflufiil treating facilities at Wntcrton Gas Plant in f'mdicr Crei-'k arva. A ftp! ircin Is sliould possess a valid Alberla First m vSlenm Certificate and preferably will have some pplicants should WRITE Haling qual- ifications and experience to SHELL CANADA LIMITED P.O. Box 1088 PINCHES CREEK, Alberta Attention: Office Supcrviior Farms becoming bigger CALGARY (CP) A survey by the Alberta Wheat Pool con- firms reports that farming is becoming bigger. The survey showed a signifi- cant increase in the size of indi- vidual farms operated by the al- most farmers in the prov- ince. Only 23.4 per cent, about 17.000 farmers, now are working on a quarter acres less, the traditional size of Alberta farms. There were about the same number operating from a half to a full section with a little less than farmers now holding farmsteads up to sections. About own up to two sec- tions while one-eighth work more than secUons or acres. The survey also showed more than half Uie farmers in Alberta are between 40 and 60 years of age. The survey showed that more than farmers age 70 or older still were working their land. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed prices declined towards mid-session after a strong opening on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today, but still main- tained one to two cent gains on moderate exporter buying. Bye was more than one cent above previous close levels on exporter interest and scale- down buying Other commodities were steady on a moderate volume of trade. Volume of trade Friday in- cluded bushels of flax, of rye and of rapcsoed. JIID-SESSION Flax: Nov. n higher 2.43'i, Dec. unchanged 2.33'i, May higher 2.45, July 1 higher 2.48. Kapeseed Vancouver: Nov. higher 2.75. Jan. l-la higher 2.7I112, March 1 higher 2.76U, June H.{ higher Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Doc. higher 2.58'iA, May 'i lower 2.67, July higher 2.6-ls. Oats: Doc. 'i, higher 66'u, May unchanged 63, July un- changed Barley; Dec. 'i higher I.O.VR, May unchanged l.Ofl'j, July nnt. open. Rye: Dec. Pi higher 907s, May higher l.Ofr's, July not open. (Supplied toy Ijoneriy, HUHUIIUIIM: unu LAST BID OR t sleep in a.m. Quotes) a.m. Ouolesl WESTERN OILS Mud BoV 0" P'd 5' Is Mutual Ac 4.91 (CP) H. depending on the 1959 and I960, he was Almlnex 5.00 Hugh Russell 18-50 Mutual Gr F- J.7.1 5 one of Die Senate, I hope to hy the governments of Alta East Gas 5.25 Husky Oil lf'W Asamera 14 Oil B -12-50 N W Finance A specialists in labor develop my main and Trinidad to Ashland nSsky ON War H .W Gr 5.23 says he plaas to relations, troubles in those RP Oil Gni 5.95 Inter Prov Pipe 11.25 Principal Gr 3. HI -i IB Can South 50 Inter Prov Steel 6-75 Rovtund 5.16 senator" when lie urban industries which Cdn Ex Gas '.3i Kaiser Res 400 Temp Gr 4.70 i in at the opening of was in the field of labor to cause civil Cdn Homestd .00 Lake Dulault 1075 United Ac 46 5.07 Cdn Home Pfd 1.00 MGF Manane 175 Universal Siv 471 in particularly his Goldcnberg .said he Cdn 1 Gas and Oil !0 Pacific Pete 29 Univest be better able to oi the year-long strike intcrc-.s in urban Cdn Lono Is .55 Slct's 250 Cdn super 36 M Teledyne 3PO about the Senate after Royal York Hotel because of the Cen Del Rio 1 .75 West Cdn Seed 465 been there that earned him the towards Charter .75 White Yukon B 25 adviser on "Canada's No. 3 is an interest that 2 1l affairs to the prime by then Ontario Io 1936 when he was saict in an John by Uie Dominion PLhil? Madison .10 churchid Copper hm 15 Horlh Conl Croyclm .13 New Cont n West War'W Dorlko" viser to prepare and Unrlh rVln nil m PIPELINE STOCKS Dolly Vsrrtcn .M KSriic 1 M Alia fias Tr L A Dynasty 4.m Pa" Ocean 7S Alta Gas Tr L pfd 76'5I) Forl Pacific stock brief to Ottawa on the impa of Depression re ief on Perm? 35 fllla Nal G" M 3'M pJJIJ? Inland Nat Ga5 12.12V, Granlsle N and C Gas 13.V5 Kamloops Copper .07 r.. H ond C B Pfd 2B.OO Lornex e.35 r-iacj. uas i.ui Gas Tr 1275 Lytlon Minerals firm says president's finances. The next year, lie was a pointed adviser en Banoor W, Gaz 5-00 Primer i Gaz Metro Ptd A 65.00 Pyramid .3! Scurry Rain 14.25 p 3, ,j0 51andsrd 02 BlJ Tr Cdn P Ptd B 4! 50 .36 S-eK J'JJ Tr Cdn P Pld A M.OO Trojan .36 Tr Cdn P War 9.25 Valley Copper West Details WC Tran! WC Rcs Westcoast Pete 850 MUTUAL FUNDS INDUSTLIALS Gt Pacific 4.30 4.70 Block Bros 2 (CP) Canadian Pacific Ltd. says it will not niter the terms of its proposals to exchange Canadian dollar and pound sterling preference stock for a new issue of dividends on the new 7Vrper-cent preferred will be cumulative whereas the dividends on the four-per-cent preference stock are not. effect of the annual to the Howell-Siro royal commission on Dominion provincial relations, and his r port later was issued as a boo called Municipa Financing Canada, the first national MISCELLANEOUS All Cdn Com 7.8J B 57 B.C. sugar mandatory' the INDUSTRIES All Cdn Dlvld 8.E9 9.64 B.C. Suqard Pfd All Cdn Vent 3.50 3 B2 Cap! Inter a letter to holders of on the marketability Aquatalne 24.50 Amr Gr F 5 fil 6.33 Crestbrook F Ind 3.10 Brinco 4.95 AGF Special 2.73 B 2.75 Cdn Brew A 30.00 Cdn Invest F 4.34 4.75 Key Indus! Cdn Brew B 34.12V3 Col Mutual 5.70 6.2fi Hys 3.05 Cdn Pacific Inv 23.50 Cmnw Inter 11.91 13. C9 Interior Brew 440 Crowsnest Ifld 2 50 Cmnw Lev 3.03 3.33 Inter Mariner dollar preference stock and sterling preference stock, Ian D. Sinclair, president and chief executive officer, reminded value of the per cent preferred shares. The four-per-cent prefer-ence stock cannot be Golden )erg also hi headed royal commissions c provincial-mimidpa cyqnus A .00 Corp Invest 5.09 556 Okanaoan Heliccp 5.77'i Cygnus B .37Vj Corp In St F 4.63 5.06 Pacific W Air 11.25 Genstr- 1 75 Dreyfus F U.S. 11.49 13.59 Stampede Intl Res the c o m n a n y 's offer will expire Nov. purchased by Uie company for cancellation and its and Bri is i Columbi and has investigated Home A 2 .63Vj Gr In Shares 3.14 3.45 OILS Home B 3050 Gr Equity 5.68 6.24 Albany Oils .30 Hud Bay Co 16.62V2 Invest Gr F 10.18 11.13 Plains Fele a matter of policy, will reflect the general level of interest at the government lev in Quebec. New Brunswick, Hud Bay Oil 41.12VJ Invesl Mutual 5.01 5.48 Western Erplor will not at a foreseeable o and Toronto mines., if a further offer of exchange were to be made, make such an offer on more favorable terms than are now four-per-cent preference stock should have a lower market value than the preferred the Second World Wa Mr. Goldenberg was made member of Uie Order of t British Empire for lis (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR offer was made after Canadian Pacific obtained company will apply for listing of the new 7'i-per-cent preferred shares on the of Us Industrial Pr riuction o-opcration Board ai a member of the National a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. and government Toronto, Vancouver Service Advisory MINES Opomlska 7.80 Dofasco 50.25 Acme Osisko .mi CAB to increase the authorized capital of the company stock exchanges after the offer expires Nov. labor specialist, wha n e v e r -u s e d first Advocate Asb. 1.65 Patino 13.50 Ft) of Amer 67.00 AkBitcho .32 Pine Point 20.00 Gt Cdn Oil A 55 Black Bay Placer Dev. 19. Gen Motors 79' 25 Bralorna 1.30 P.C. Exp. Gt Pap PO Broulan .31 Quebec Man .09 QJ] cda 23 25 million new cumulative redeemable preferred shares having a par value of was bom Oct. 20, 190 graduated in economics fro McGill University in 1928 Bethlehem U.12V4 Rayrock 1.9i Greyhound from McGill Brunswick 2.90 Radlore .20 I'd i Canada Tung. 1.50 Rio Algom 12.75 Jj c Gassier 17.25 Roman Corp. 5.05 Huron, Ene mixed shareholder reaction to the proposal, one in 1932. In 1945, he married the Central Pal. 1.45 Shprrltt Gordon 11.50 Hiram waiK Chimo .B5 Sleep Rock 1.97 Imperial Oil 28. 62 C. A. Fielding mcr Shirlov Block, who Conwest 7.15 silver Miller .d'j mas" Ont, resigned as a industrial relations at Cons. Rambler 1.3? Texmonf .36 Int Nickel Coin Lake .OB Tek Corp. Int Pipa Pacific (CP) Cochenour .28 Western Mines 2.35 Inv Gp A Craigmont 7.40 Upper Canada Int Utilities offer involves the Alberta minister of Denison Mines 20.03 V.'illroy -65 Lnurentide B.75 Deer Horn .04 Yellowknlfe Bear -i.30 Klley Doug A 5.25 D'Eldona Zenmac .07 Loeb redeemable p r e-ferred share, series A, for said today his department now is responsible for the administration of the Gene Fawcette Dome Mines 52.50 INDUSTRIALS Loblaw A 4. 85 Donalda -06 Abi1ibi 5 75 AWro Slorcs of outstanding Chemicals Or THE Discovery Mines .60 Massey Ferq 9.15 East Malarlic .75 A1qoma H.SQ' AlcMillan Bloe 32.00 East Sullivan 2.70 J jj.-, Moore Corn non-cumulative, non-redeemable voting act formerly- was administered by the department LARGEST SCULPTURE PABLO PICASSO WILL RE- Falconbridge 61.25 Wolsons A A UNIQUE BLEND OF AW Maritlmes Agra Indus! 7.B71 OVE act is complementary ENSINEERINS. STANDINS S Y'K' "I! Brazil Trac Power' Corp d.40 355 B'C' Tel 5G 50 Prke Co 57S Ki3 R-L- ull four-per-cent preference slock entitles the shareholder to no more than an annual legislation and provides a measure of pesticide control by restricting or prohibiting STORIES HIGH) WILL HAVE TO RESIST BOTH GRAVITY AW HURRICANE M-s CACE -nurr Ircn Bay 3.10 Cdn Brew 6.00 Simp Sears four-per-cent dividend since the five-for-one handling, storing and application of pesticide ATI'S SITE OS! THE CAMPUS OFU.OFS, Joliet Quebec -18W Cole Cellulose 2.60 Selkirk A the c o rn p a n y 's the IP Kerr Addison 6.05 Cal Povjer 2-l.37V's Texaco Oct. to one vote Key Anacon .22 Coron Credit 1.00 Tracers Gp A 1.1.00 Labrador 34.35 CWN Gas 11.00 Trans Mtn Pp 20.50 Lake Shore 2.15 cdn'lnciust 11.50 Trans Can Pp or of stock held. Mr. Sinclair listed the Langis Silver .OS Canada S S 3B.62VJ Union Gos 14.00 Madsen R.L. .62 Cdn Marcon[ 2.75 Union Oil advantages for THE CANADIAN 1: ;i Aflalartic G.F. .56 Cd yickers 900 Vcrraltle A'ifg Martin McNeely .05 ChrVsler 28 00 Westeel 13.50 Maclntyre 60.50 cpp 7S union Csr dividend increase Packers Ltd., 16 ;jj) Weta.. .09 Cominco 18. Woodward's A per 3, record Dec. 775 19'37': Zeni'h Lawrence Ccnionl Co. Ltd., class A 25 cents Jan. E2S CaKmet SS Can Imperial Jan. ARTIST, W. Horse Copper 1.65 Domtar 950 Montreal Stores Inc., NO FEE FOR7ME Noranda 26.75 Dom Textila acoim N.Y. (AP) Dec. 31, record Nov. Noriex .24 Dome Peie 27.50 Tor-Dom 25.1 2', hearse and Gas Co. of Canada BY SUMMER of first-aid equipment and other gear Iras been stolen per cent series A 69 cents; six per cent pfd. series B New York Superior Coach and Equip-mct five per cent pfd. series C; all Dec. 31, record Dec. 51. Jom.1 St. W, 136, Conodt. sale EDMONTON (CD Aver- age prices to U a.m. provided by the Alberla Hog Producers Marketing Board: Kdrttonlon: average Friday, Hod door: 23. 05, average Friday, Calgary; 23.65, average Fri- day, No sales, av- erage Friday, 23.611. Uoydminster: No sales today or Friday. (ii'nnde Prairie: 22.83, no sales Friday. Total liogs sold Aver- age 23.82. .Sows average 13.55. Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM Gulf (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) 7i Montgomery Ward 79.25 20 Golds up 59? 131ZVi sears 10 Base Met up .13 2375 Std Oil of N J. 70.00 15 W Oils 199.30 Off .16 5775 Texas Gulf Volume TeXBS Co YORK AVERAGES 146 25 Wickes Corp .17.12'2 3D Indus! B37.ll off 3.20 Westingrtouse Elec fl7.5a 20 Rails 229.71 up .39 26J7'-; US. Steel 46.25 15 Utilities 112.76 U.C. 25 12Vi TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 2S2.41 oK M 20 Indus! 162.35 off .36 Volume I- -'i- V s. .1' '.V f THE CRACKS OF CANNIKIN Atomic Energy Com- mission Chairman James R. Schlcsingor, right, and U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Edward B. Ciller. AEC assistant general manager for military application, examine cracks cleaved m Amchitka Island by the five-megaton Cannikin under- ground tost explosion. In LETHBRIDGE: 613-4VH Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 ;