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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uohcrty, McCimig Limited) LAST U1D OR iiammei eci oui OTTAWA (CI'i Gcnend trols will lead to higher egg calls to bfpf up mai'kelinj; prices for consumers, efforts and a specific agree- But Mr. Olson, while agreeing jurat designed to do just thatili'c plan is designed lo improve for eggs marked the opening the income of egg fanners, said session Mondav of a two-day the agreement should make egg annual look by farm loaders prices more stable by levelling in o next years' prospects For out the "waste inherent in the the industry. lips and downs within the in-AgriciilUiT-e Minister H. A. 01- diistry." son and nine provincial counter- Outside on the conference parts hammered out details of floor, various officials predicted ne egg marketing plan behind a relatively stable year for closed doors while other offi- 1 t'.irni trade in 1973, but agreed rials advised about 350 dele- that the bright prospects ex-gates at the agricultural outlook peeled in the wheat trade could conference on marketing pros- create problems for other pcets for other commodities. grains. The egg agreement, yet to be Several spokesmen suggested signed by provincial marketing farmers may turn back to boards, could lead to controls heavy wheat production be-on egg production under a na- cause of current high prices tional agency by the beginning ar.d slroag demand following of the year. ciop failures in the huge Rus-II would be the first agency sian market this year, created under the Farm Prod- James McAnsh, executive di-ucts Marketing Agencies Act rector of the Rapeseed Associ-passed early llu's year after two 0[ Canada, said the situ-years of heated debate. alion could hurt the rapeseed The national agency would be trade, given the power to determine COULD HURT SALES the yearly demand for "Irreparable damage" could about 475 million then be done to future rapeseed sales parcel out quotas to provincial if farmers drop the crop for boards for eventual distribution wheat, among egg farmers. "Buyers abroad insist on con-pmrFc of supply and quickly EGG PRICES j mterest in sources of sup-Consumer groups have pro- ply that are here today and tested that the quotas and con- gone EDMONTON (CP) Farir machinery manufacturer should attempt to reach som form of standardization 01 parts such as hydraulic cou plings and fasteners, Agricul lure Minister Hugh Iforner saic i here. Dr. Ilorner said in a legisla ture reply thai the current lack of standard parts "is becominj a major cost input in farmin] in Alberta and is one of the areas in which we think su i slantial savings might be had.' There also was a probleir M'itn sonic farm machinery be ing unsuitable for use here be-cause of the climate or othet conditions. "We have to protect cur own industry, our own farmers, tc make sure the machines arc suitable for agricultural pur poses within and within Western Canada. We've had some pretty glaring examples of when this wasn't the case; the machine was fine for other places and other uses but didn't do the job here. "That's all part of the argument of whether we should have farm machinery testing undei government supervision or OILS Hugh Russel 4B.OO Gr Equity B.O 9.3 Almincx 585 Husky 01 17.55 Invest Gr F 13.S Alia East Gai 7.BO Husky 0 1 D -12.25 Invest Mulual 5.88 M Asamera 13.50 Husky Oi War 5.05 Mulual Ac d.17 6.79 Ashland 1300 Inter Prov Pipe 11.75 Mutual Gr F 5.20 BP Canada 17.37to Inlcr Prov Sleel H.75 Nal Res 7.49 81 Can South 7.9S Kaiser Res 215 N, W can 5J7 Cdn Ex Gas J.9Q Ublaw Pld 33.no _ Cdn Homestd lO.SO Pacific Peta J3.25 Gr Cdn Ind Gas Oil 11.00 Raininr S.75 Roylund 7.01 7.30 Cdn Super to 25 Sandwell 155 Temp Gr J.25 90 wSTd'n Seed ifl'A Sav B.03 O2 Chletlan li.M WhilE Yukon 11-75 V 9 VANCOUVEB Dome Pete -10.00 Wcslfield 1.20 MINES Gt Plains 33.00 Weston Pfd Gf Cdn Oil HIS CALGARY Lochlel Acroll -97 Norse 'a North Cdn Oil 6.95 Barons Oil .03% Brenda D Numac 18-00 North Conl Churchill Coooer Pancdii Peta 14.50 Wesl Warner -29 crcvden MA Pan Ocean 16.75 PIPE LINE STOCKS navennort 'ii Petrol 1.29 Alia Gas A 16.12% Dankoc W Pinnacle J2 Alia Gas Prof 70.50 Varden 'yi Place Gaa .B2 Alia Nal Gas 7'ao Ponder .5-J Inlsnd Nar Gas 12.00 Equllonal "20 Ranger 27.25 N and C Gas 11.37'A Fort Reliance .30 A Sturry Rain 1B.2S N and C B Pfd 24.00 Glanl Mascot 550 Spooner .71 Gar Metro 5.00 GfBisle 600 Seibcns 12.73 Gaz AAelro A 63.00 Lornex 7.00 Total B.fil) Trans Cda P pe 46.75 Lyllon Minerals 1.80 Ulster l.N Trans Cda B primer .13 W. Decalta fi.30 Trans Cda A H6-25 Pyramid Wesf Pefe Trans Cda War 11W Silver Standard .S3 MISCELLANEOUS WC Trans 23.12% Texmont .31 INDUSTRIES WC Trans Wls J-65 Valley Copper 7-25 Aquitaine 26.25 MUTUAL FUNDS INDUSTRIAL Erinco 5.50 AM Cdl, Com 6.3S 9.U Block Bros 2.65 Csn. Brew. A AM cdn D vid 9.17 10.0J B.C. Sugar 19.25 Cdn Brew B 32.C3 AM cdn yen, 4.66 B.C. Sugar Pfd 15.25 Cdn Pacific Inv 23. Amr Gr F 6.53 7.17 Capt Inter 3.40 Crowsnest Ind 25.50 AGF Specia 3..I5 CG! 3.35 Cygnus A 5.75 cdn in F 5.21 5.71 Creslorosk F Ind 3.50 Cygnus B 7.DO Col Mutual 7.11 7.E1 Hys 3.40 Falcon Copper Inler 15.16 Key Indust .55 Genslar 16.25 Cmnw Lev 4.21 A. 43 Pacific W Air Home A -dO.25 Cmnw 0.26 9.da stampede InJJ Res .61 Home B 39.25 Corp Invest 6.18 6.75 OILS Hud Bay Co 17.75 Ccrp In St F 5.31 5.BO Albany Oil .75 Hud Bay Oil 50.75 Dreyfus F U.S. 13.34 14.fi2 Plains Pele .38 Hud Bay Pfd 59.00 Gr In Shares d.35 4.79 West Explcr .08 Toronto industrials (SnppHed By Richardson Secnrilios of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE i-m. Quotes) a.m. Quoleii ril-.oo a.m. Quotei) MfNES HorleK .23 Dofasco 27.JZW Acme .28 OsisKo .21% Cable 19.50 Advocate Asb. 1.35 Pine Point 27.75 Ford cf A-n 75.50 Akaitcho .50 Placer Dev. 37.50 Grt Cdn Oil B.05 Bralorne 2.20 P.C. Exp. 3.10 Gen Molors 81.75. Broulan .28 Ouebec Man -09 Grl Lakes Pp 16.25 Belhlehem Rayrock 1.02 Gulf Oil Cda Brunswick 3.50 Radiore .38 Greyhound 23.00 Can N.W. Land 8.10 Rio Algom IB. 00 Hawker Sid 3.90 Canada Tung. 1-43 Shsrrilf Gordon 12. JO Hur 1 Eric 31.50 Cassiar 11.62Vi Silver M er ,OJ Hiram Walker 49.B7Va Central Pat. 1.27 Sleep Rock 1 5B Imp Oil 42.75 Chlmo 1 01 Tek Corp. 4.90 Imasca Conwesf 5 65 .32 Int Nickel 31.50 Cons. Rambler 2.95 Upper Canada 2.67 Int Pipe y HEGINA fCP) Canada's grain producers are going to havo lo take steps to ensure their product is delivered free of weed seeds arid insects if quality is to be maintained and costs reduced, says H. D. Pound, chief commissioner o[ the Canadian Grain Commission. Mr. Pound told Ihe annual meetinp of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool that despite all the chemicals fa-mere have used during the last 10 years there actually was a larger percentage of dockage foreign material in the delivered grain last year than there was 10 years ago. "fn the last five years dockage assessed at primary elevators averaged at more than per cent for all careal grains and nine per cent for oilseeds the farmer received no return for this he said. "The transportation cost was more than ?2 million ard it cost about million to clean the grain." Mr. Pound said had the farmers shipped the same volume in dean grain they would have received almost ?30 million more. "But that's not all, there also was a grade loss that amounted to another up sligh TORONTO fCP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were fractionally higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. The industrial index, considered a major indicator of market trend, was up .21 to 210.90, golds .53 to 176.57, base metals 20 to 83.34 and western oils .14 to 261.40. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares compared traded by the same time Monday, Construction and materia sleel, merchandising and trust and loan stocks were among sectors of the market contributing to the increase while )ank, real estate, communication and oil refining issues were off slightly. Advances led declines 126 to 88 while 193 issues remained unchanged. Andres Wines rose 1 to Wajax 'I to Dominion Bridge to 531V4, Dylex A to J18% and Interprovincial Pipeline to Magnetics International slipped 5 cents to Cornal 5 cents to S2.25, Reed Shaw to Acres to and Algoma Steel to Placer climbed 1 to Dickenson 10 cents to ?2.35 and Brenda Mines 5 cents to 33.65. Iso Mines dropped 25 cents to ?2.90 and Consolidated Marbe-nor 23 cents to MONTREAL (CP) Advances outnumbered declines in light trading on Ihe Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian slock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 322.800 shares, compai-ed with at the same time Monday. Utilities rose .41 lo 156.77, ii -dustrials .40 to 220.78 and Ihe composite .35 to 220.56 while papers dropped .06 to 03.35 and banks .30 to 275.22. On the Montreal Stock Exchange, Noranda Mines rose 7a o J3BV4 and Andres Wines -11 to while Frnncana Oil and Gas dropped 1'i to On the Canadian Stock Exchange, Fallinger, unchanged at traded shares. NEW YORK (AP) The stock market scored moderalc gains today in a rally analysts said was spurred in part by encouraging economic news. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was up 5.65 to Advances led declines on the New York Stock Exchange by about 7 to 4. Analysts said the Washington report that the rise in U.S. living costs during October was smaller than in September and the report that net redemptions of mutual funds last monlh were below previous-month figures gave investors tly On the NYSE, Polaroid wa up to 512414. The issue ha been strong since the announce ment by Eastman Kodak Fr day thai Eastman had abar doned plans to market an ir slant film for Polaroid carr eras. On the American exchange Scurrv Rainbow Oil was up at and Preston Vi at On Ihe NYSE, Dome Mine spurted to Up wer Genslar at and Granb Mining at SW'i Hudson Ba Mining was off Vt at an Canadian Pacific at The big board index of mor lhan 1.400 common stocks a noon was up .22 at 63.49, an the Amex index was up .01 a 26.20. prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Good ex porter and commercial buyin pushed rapeseed prices up I four cenls above previous clos levels at mid-sesssion on t h Winnipeg Commodity Exchange today. Vancouver rapeseed was tw to 4 cents higher while Thun der Bay prices were four cent higher on nearby futures. Flax was about one cen higher on active trading whil oats, barley and rye price were generally steady lo frac tionally higher on a roulin trade. Monday's volume of trad was bushels of flax of rye and o rapes eed MIU-SESS10N PIIICES: Flax: Nov. 1i higher 3.7 '.SA; Dec. 1 higher 3.36 VjA May higher 3.41 Vi; July un changed 3.39 Hapcsced Vancouver- Nov. higher 2.91 liB; Jan. 3 higher 2.90 March 4 higher %B; June 3 -Is higl er 2.79 ;8B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Noi 4 higher 2.64 '.i; Dec. 4 higher 2.64V1; May higher 2.71 liB; July 1 higher 26 Oats: Dec. 74 higher 96 May Vt higher %A; July 1 higher 95 Barley: Dec. unchanged 1.2 A; May unchanged 1.30A; Julj lower 1.30 7s. Rye: Dec. 3i higher 1.27 '.-B; May Vt higher 1.34A; Julj unchanged 1.32 ?iA. Grain quotes Monday (basi Lakehead High Low Close Flax Nov SiK 367 3733.i Dec 336'.! 3.14 335 '2 May 342 340 '.4 341 's Jlv 340' 2 Kapcsceil Vancouver Nov 2921'z 28im 289 Jan 2BO'.i 28G'i Mar 2B45i 200 281', Jun 2751.2 27GVz Itapesccd Thunder Bay Nov1 260 259 Dec 2G014 259-1 May 2671 i SGO'i Jly 264 Oats Dec 94'', May 9G'S 95-14 95' i Darlcy Dec 127 I263.'i 127 May 130' i 130 Lethbridge Livestock Monday's SBles 350 hogs. All classes of weaner and feeder hogs met reasonably good demand. Weaners weak to lower. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. around 51 higher; heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. S2 or more higher. Weaners 10.50 to 10.25; light feeders under 100 Ibs. 23.50 to 30.50; heavy feeders 100 to 130 Ibs. 31 to 3d. 75; heavy feeders over 130 Ibs. 30.50 to 41. All prices per head. LigliL feeders under ICO Ibs. sold from 33 to 40 per hundredweight; heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 27 to 32 per hundredweight. Butcher hogs sold Monday at Ihe Lethbridge yards 39.05 to 35 base price. Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD There were cattle and calves on offer at Fort Macleod Auction Market last week. The hulk of the slaughter receipts were cows which sold steady last week. All classes of stockcr and feeder yearlings met with keen demand. Stacker steer calves, 450 to 500 pounds were about SI. 50 lower but 350 to 425 pound weights held steady. All weights of heifer calves flowed an improved demand. Stock cow and bred heifer sales were strong throughout with black white females selling at a premium; Angus cows and bred icifers were discounted under icrefords by about per head. Choice steers 35 to 36.10: good cows 23.50 to 24.00; medium cows 21.50 to 23; canncrs and cutters 18.50 lo 20.50. Gocd bulls 26 to 28; medium bulls 23.75 to 25.25. Good short keep steers 34.40 to 36; grass sleers (725 to 825 pounds) 39 lo 43; (625 lo 700 sounds) 44 to 45 60; good heifers 575 to 750 pounds) 37.50 lo 38.50; medium heifers 36 to 37. Good steer calves (excluding Angus) (350 to 425 pounds) 50 to 55; (450 to 500 pounds) 46 to 49. Medium calves 43 to 47; good leifer calves (425 lo 450 pounds) 40 lo 43; replacement quality 44 to 48; medium heifers 37 to 39. Good Hereford cows 5350 to 410; good Hereford Heifers S290 to 300; good Angus-Hereford cross cows and heifers ?350 Lumber industry on the carpet WASHINGTON (AP) The sicn's deputy executive director Price Commission says It will who headed a special review of take "significant action" be- lumter cause of widespread price-con- 'ofe trol violations and illegal busi- pliance js higher than in other ness practices in the United industries" and that violations States lumber industry. appeared to be scattered The commission said Monday throughout various segments of It has found a 30-per-cent viola- the lumber industry, tion rate in price and profit re- The Cost of Living Council ports filed by the lumber com- reimposed price controls on the panics subject to price controls, industry in June after it was "There's a little bit of greed dissatisfied with pricing prac-throughout the said ticcs during a period free of the Peter Carpenter, the commis- prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and poultry report issuec by the federal agriculture de parlmenl: EGGS To producers: A large 45, A medium 42, A small 24, B 25 C 6, cracks 15. To retailers: A large 57, A medium 54. A small 36 to 38 B 41 lo 43, cracks 31 lo 33 (Two cents extra in To consumers (in A large 63 to 65, A medium 60 to 61, A small 42 to 45. POULTRY To producers: Live No. chicken Broilers 23 '.i, 6 and over, 27, 5 and under 6, 23. Fowl Under 4, 4 to 6 turkey Under 12, K, 12 tc JS. over 18, 27. Live No. 2 chicken Broilers 19, 6 and over, 23; 5 and under 6. 20. Turkey Under 12, 12 to 13, over 18, 35 Hargreaves .90 Int UMI 2J.50 Craigmont 5.75 Willroy 1.26 Ind Accepf ?o.62% Dlckenson Mines 2.25 Windfall .09 Kaos Horn .04 Zcnmac .C? Kelly Doug A D'EldOna .42 e Lceb 3-9S Dome Mines 61.50 INDUSTRIALS Loblaw A Donalda .33 Abltibi ?.42Vs Met Stores 21.35 Discovery Mines 65 Alcan Massey Ferg East Malarlic 1.70 Algoma Sled McMillan Bloe 23.126 East Sullivan 2.C7 Atco Ind 12.i2V'j Moore Corp 47.00 Falconbridge 55 50 Adanflc Sugar 5.75 A Frobex 33 Agrd Ind U.75 Molsons B 39.00 First Maritlmes .40 Bell Tel Norlh c- Cent 11.25 Gianl Y.K. 6 to Draiil Trac 19.B7V; Price Co 11.75 Bovis 1 01 B.C. Tel 57.37Va Rolhmans 16.00 Granduc 300 Burns 18.75 SI. Law Corp 19.00 Headway R.L. B.C. Forest 20.50 Shell CDA Hollinger 41. OT B.C. 18.75 Sirr.pscn's 30.50 Hudson Bay M-5 19.75 Bow Val Ind 38.50 Simp Sears 47.00 Hydra Ex. .IB CAE Ind 9.62Vj Sleel of 33.62% Iron Bay 3 fiO Cdn Brew 5.25 SelKirk A 1725 Iso 2 E5 Chemcell 3.30 Texaco 55-25 Jolipt 23 Cell .70 Traders Grp A 22.25 Kerr Addtsan 9.30 Calgary Power 36.37V? Trans Mln Pipe 23.2J Key Anacon .ii% Ccron Credit ]-65 Tans Cda Pp -li.75 Labrador 40.00 C.W.N. Gas Pfd 11.13% Union Gns 13.12'A Lake Shore 2.55 Cdn Ind 16.00 Union Oil 17.00 Lanqls Silver 05% Cdn Marconi 4.95 Versallle 6.12% Modsen R.L 55 Vlckers 11.50 Wesleel 32.75 Malarlic G.F. .74 Chrysler 38.50 Union Car 15.75 Martin McNeely .C? C.P.R. 15.00 Weston's B ;o.OO Maclntyre 42 CO Cominco A 39.50 Mela Cons Bath 15.50 West Cdn Seed fi.75 Midrlm .13 Cons Gas 17.00 ZenMh Elec 2.65 Intern Morul 11.75 Dlst Seagrams 39.00 Nu Weil Homes 9.25 Dom Bridga 31.35 BANKS New Athona .11 DomJar 17 OD Cdri lmD ?H-75 New Calumet nfl_ Tpvfn, n Monlreol 3062% w. Horse Copper 2.32 Dom Textlle 9-87'2 Nova Scotia 39.50 Noranda 3B.J5 Stores 15.12% Royal 37.12% 4.JO Dome Pete 39.75 Tor-Dom 33.50 IVew? Yorfe stocks (Supplied By Hichardson Secnrilies of Amr T and T 51.75 Sears 20 Golds 17608 up W Anaconda 19.50 X-Ron 87.25 lo Base Met 83.34 up .06 Belh Sleel 39.37% Texas Gulf 117.12% 15 W Oils 260.W cU .42 Chrysler 39.25 Texas Co 37.25 Volume Comsat 59.25 Wickes Corp 2725 NEW YORK AVERAGES Dupont 132.25 WooJwcrln 3-1.75 30 Indust up 5.65 GM 03.37% Weslinghouse Elec 42.75 30 Rails 339.33 Up 1.32 Gulf 2-1.37% U.S. Sleel 31.62% _- Int Harvester 33.25 Gen Hel Elec 32.00 "mines up .M Kenn Copper 33.37% TORONTO AVERAGES Stocks 329.81 Up 1.93 Monfgomery Ward 30.35 20 Indusf 211.27 up .58 Vclume RESEARCH DIRECTOR THE. POSITION Ai part of the managcmcnl team to assume prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by Hie Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 37.15, average Monday 38.72. Red Deer: 37.10, average Monday 37.64. Calgary 3710, average Monday 38.24. Lethbridge. No sales, average Monday 39.13. Lloydminster: No sales, average Monday 39.05. Fort Macleod: No sales, average Monday 39.45. Grande Prairie: No sales, average Monday 38.69. Total hogs sold Monday Average 38.59. Sows average grams for: Premium rates, coverage and land classification Statistical records Research inlo insurance for farm crops QUALIFICATIONS A degree in Agricullure with specialization in toil and plant sciences Farm background and a good knowledge of Alberla agriculture An aptirude for statistica work. Some knowledge of computers would be helpful SALARY Commensurate with qualificalions and experience starting from to Thii position to be filled ai soon as poitible. Located In Calgary. Please reply with full resume, in confidence, to; THE GENERAL MANAGER ALBERTA HAIL AND CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION, TTIO T Sfreel S.W., Calgary, Alberia. T2R oil fields off Africa coast LONDON (neuter) Poten- oil and gas deposits during a lial offshore oil and gas fields series of cruises up and down that could rival those in the the coast between January and Gulf of Mexico have been July, ranging from the tip of charted off the west coast of Africa up to the mouth of the southern Africa. Congo River. They are thought to he too There two distinct deep for economic exploitation "finds." One was a ridge of at present, but new technology sediment tracing the ancient could make them accessible della of the River cli in UN de UNITED NATI Israel told a turn Nations committo day night that Lebanon, Libya, Iraq bear the n jility for terro Middle East. "The worldwide ion against ten applies above all Amb ven Nail of Tfirao Gene-al Assembly bate ONS (AP) -ultuous United e session Mon-Egypt, Syria, Algeria and lain responsi-rism in the desire for ON EXCHANGE NEW DELHI (AP) India and Bangladesh have agreed to repatriate family members of Pakistani civilians and soldiers in Indian custody in exchange for the families of the or so Bengalis interned in aclivi y to these Rov. assador Reu-lold the UN -'s legal Dec 127' 127 127', May 13411 133 133-.1 Jlv 134 1.12'.; 132-v, O 1! l U t 1 1 say. der of South-West Africa with News of the finds was re- South Africa, and the other was ported in the latest edition of a large field of salt domes Good Angus cows and heifers 305 to 360; light weight magazine by a team the coast of Angola, from the Woods Hole ocean- Salt domes arc characteristic ographic institution at Bedford, "traps" for oil in several large Mass. oil fields, particularly the The institution's research ves- Middle East and Gulf of Mexico sel Atlantis found the potential fields. They also occur on and medium cows ?2CO to 300. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts o 11 a.m. on the Cnlgnry Livestock Market totalled head, mainly slaughter steers and cows. Trade was active. Slaughter sleers sold steady o 25 cents lower, with sales lo 1G.60. Over finished steers vere discounted ?l lo with some sales lo -53. Heifers V.CTC scarce but sold steady. Cows vero mostly medium and can-ncr kinds with all grades scll-ng steady, and younger kinds lo 2C. Thin cows sold to 15. Bulls ower. Choice steers 35.25 to M.30, good 33.75 lo 35, medium 31.50 o 33.50. Choice heifers 33.25 lo 4, good 32 lo 33, medium 30 lo 1 50. Good COWS 23.50 to 24.50, medium 21.50 lo 23.25, canncrs ind cullers 17 to 21. Good bulls 23 o 27. There were insufficient good replacement cattle on offer lo establish a market. Few slock calves sold steady for quality. Good slock slcer calves 44 lo good slock heifer calves 34 (n 37. Hogs average huso price ASTRO SHOPPING PLAZA p, ooa 7T4a Slh Avenue and 13th Street North rnons NOVEMBER 20th thru NOVEMBER Commission Salesmen in the following areas AUTOMOTIVE; APPLIANCES FURNITURE Proven high earnings potential is assured owing to increased sales. Only sales people with experience and knowledge of Ihe above, or closely related areas will be considered. Benefits are as follows: 40 hour 5 day week Discount on purchases Medical Profit Sharing Apply al Personnel Dcpt. Centre Village RE SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTION SUBDIVISION NO. 1 WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 28 By order of the Minister of Educolion, cleclion For Ihc office of School Trustee for sub-division No. 1 and (lie Willow Creek School Division No. 28 scheduled for Nov. 72, 1972 has been cancelled. Notice will bo given of ihe exact date for subsequent election for oil seals on the board of trustees of I ho Willow Creek School Division No. 20. This will probably occur in January, 1973. R. E. 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