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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Gold issues drop sharply TORONTO (CP) Gold is- sues dropped sharply lower, while prices in all other sectors of the Toronto stock market moved higher in moderate mid- morning trading today. The industrial index was up .76 to 171.58, base metals .09 to 79.71 and western oils 1.93 to 234.82. Golds dropped 2.88 to 166.29. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Friday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 107 to 71, with 147 issues unchanged.. Strongest sectors were bever- ages, industrial mining, oil re- fining and trust and loans. Genstar was up to Rothmans to Canadian Homestead VB to Opem- isk'a 15 cents to and Moore to Inco rose to Walker- Gooderham to Numac Vs to Imperial Oil to CP Ltd. to and Bow Valley Vs to 529V6. Tara fell to Asamera to Hudson Bay Mining Vs to and Central-Del Rio Vt to SLIGHT RISE MONTREAL (CP) Prices moved fractionally upwards in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same time Friday. On index, industrials rose .80 to 178.40, utilities .53 to 127.87, the composite .61 to 172.25 and papers .18 to 72.61. Banks slipped slightly .54 to 211.86. Dome Petroleum rose to Rollimans to and Dominion Textile to Olson scores grains bill moratorium flog sale Placer Development dropped to Falconbridge Vt to and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Vi to Avila International Explorations Ltd., which owns mining prop- erties in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia was listed on the Canadian Stock Exchange today with five million shares. They were unchanged at 35 cents a share on shares, in late morning trading. PRICES HIGHER NEW YORK (AP) Prices continued broadly higher on the stock market today, although there was some levelling off by aircrafts, and airlines were higher. Metals were lower. At noon the Associated Press 60-stock average was up 1.1 to 326.6, with industrials up 2.1, rails up .2, and utilities up .6. Noon prices included Alle- gheny Power System up to Associated Drygoods down Vt at and Shell Oil up Vi at Among Canadian stocks, Walker Gooderham gained to and Genstar was up at Dome Mines lost VA to and Mclntyre Porcupine was off at Mass unemployment seen if Britain enters market Grain prices BRIGHTON, England (AP) The opposition Labor party's spokesman on foreign affairs claimed today that British entry into the European Common Market will spell a new deval- uation of the pound, a huge in- crease in prices and mass un- employment. Former defence secretary Denis Healey was arguing the case of the leadership for oppos- ing British membership of an enlarged comunily on the terms negotiated by Prime Min- ister Edward Heath's Conserva- tive government. Opening debate on the issue at the outset of the party's 70Ui annual convention, Healey told the delegates: "We could not survive entry without a devaluation which would lead to a tremendous in- crease in prices, a fall in our standard of life and unemploy- ment on a larger scale than we have known it since the 30s." Healey'called for a convention vote rejecting British entry on Heath's terms and demanding an early national electon to give the British people a chance to decide the issue finally. Some influential Labor mem- bers, headed by deputy leader Roy Jenkins, set out to chal- lenge the recommendations of the party chiefs. Jenkins vowed publicly at a Ontario truck strike averted TORONTO (CP) A threat- ened strike by trucking employees across Ontario was averted Sunday when they rati- fied a contract including a wage increase over three years. The new agreement, which also provides for improved fringe benefits, means the present rate for city drivers will be increased to by April 1, 1974, giving them for a 40-hour week. Highway drivers, paid on a mileage basis, had their rates increased proportionately. EDMONTON (CP) Agricul- ture Minister H. A. (Bud) Olson says a one-week moratorium on the Prairie grain stabilization bill would only mean more delay in getting payments to fanners. Mr. Olson told a news confer- ence during the weekend that because the bill is in the report stage in the Commons, any amendments coming out of talks this week between Prairie agriculture ministers and Otto Lang, minister in charge of the wheat board, would require a unanimous vote in the House. "And you know what our his- tory of trying to get unanimous consent is like." Mr. Olson, in the city for a meeting of the executive of the Alberta Uberal party, said farmers arc beginning to appre- ciate the essentials of the bill, "and are growing impatient with opposition stalling tactics." EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Al- berta Hog Producers Market- ing Board: Edmonton: 23.75. Average Friday, 24.76. Red Deer: 23.75. Average Friday, 24.63. Calgary: 23.65. Average Fri- day, 24.27. Lethbridge: No sales. Aver- age Friday, 24.34. Lloydminster: No sales. Av- erage Friday, 24.11. Grande Prairie: No sales. Av- erage Friday, 23.45. Total hog sales aver- age 24.29. Total sows SPREADING KNOWLEDGE More than Australian publications are to be shipped to the Soviet Union as part of a campaign to familiarize Rus- sians with Australia. Named Salesman of the Month Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased to announce that MURRAY BULLOCK has achieved the honor of "SALESMAN OF THE MONTH" for the month of. September, 1971. Murray lias had a wealth ot exper- ience in the sales field in the automobile industry. He wel- comes his many friends and customers to see him for t-heir every motoring need. He will be pleased to assist them in any way. BENY MURRAY BUtLOCK CHEVROLET OlDSMOBILE OK SUPERMARKET CAR IO1 Phone 327-3148 Livestock Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Light re- ceipts to 11 a.m. of 550 head, mostly slaughter steers and cows. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold steady with nc choice kinds on offer early. Few heifers sold steady, cows and bulls steady. Good steers 30 to 30.75, medi- um 28.75 to 29.75. Good to choice heifers 27.50 to 29.40, medium 26 to 27.25. Good cows 23 to 23.80, medium 21.50 to 22.75, canners and cutters 18 to 21. Good bulls 23.50 to 25.50. Replacemtn cattle vr e r e scarce being practically all fleshy steers weighing over 750 pounds and selling steady. There were insufficient good stock calves on offer to estab- lish a market. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 31 to 34, odd lightweight 36.25. Hogs average base price 23.65. convention-eve rally he means to go on fighting for his belief that British interests would be served best by Joning an en- larged European community. For his defiance of the policy adopted by his fellow leaders, the former chancellor of the ex- chequer was attacked fiercely by left-wing Labor members, among others, who have begun urging him to quit the deputy leadership. The whole issue of whether Britain should join on the terms Heath got Is moving toward climax. Parliament begins a six-day debate Oct. 22 which will culminate in a vote. The Conservative government is expected to win, with the help of Laborites like Jenkins. The position of Jenkins and his friends, therefore, could be cru- cial because some of Heath's own Conservatives may decide to at least not to support their own leaders be- cause they, too dislike the whole project. May visit Canada COLOMBO (AP) Ceylon Premier Sirimavo Bandaran- aike will attend the current UN General Assembly sessions, re- ports in Colombo said Monday. No departure date was given. Mrs. Bandaranaike is expected to go to Washington for consult- ations U.S. leaders and may also visit Canada. ByGeneFawcette THE SCULPTURED STYLING TRENDHASCAUSHTUP WITH THE CHILD'S SLED. A TRANSFORMATION FROM STEEL RUNNERS TO A SUPER- SLICK POLYETHYLENE, RUNNING SURFACE GIVES THE NEW DUAL-SHELL SLED FASTER PERFORMANCE EVEN ON LI6HT POWDERY HAHOLES STeeR BY BEING PULLED Mf CRAFT ISSLOWE0 QRSTOPPeDBY PUUINSTHSM TOSfrHEKf JW ft. .'on., St. W., DRAFTSMAN ATCO (WESTERN) LTD. has an immediate opening for o Draftsman with Iwo or more years experience in pre-fabricated building production draw- ings. Successful completion of a Drafting Course and general construc- tion experience an asset. Reply in writing stating salary expected to; ATCO (WESTERN) LTD. 5115 Crowchild Trail, S.W. CALGARY 10, Alberta ATTENTION: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Sapplied by Doherly, Roadhonse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes! a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlnex Alta East Gas Asamera Ashland Oil B. P. Oil, Gas Cdn Southern Cdn Export Gas Cdn Homestead CrJn Home. Pfd. Cdn Ind. Gas Cdn Long Is. Cdn Superior Central Del Rio 6.70 6.20 4.15 irj.50 50.00 Charter Chieftan Domfi Pete Dynamic Pete Groat Plains Lochlel Expl. Mill City New Cont. North Cdn Oil Numac Permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain. Hugh Rur.sell 5.55 Husky Oil 5 Husky Oil B Husky Oil War n R7tA inter Prov Pipe Inter Prov Steel Joutel Kaiser ___ Lako Dutault 1Q.E7W U. Orit. Port .55 MGF Man. 41.25-. Mentor in Newconex Pacific Pete Rank Organ. 37.50 Selkirk 1 26 Shell Cdn Shell Inv. Pfd. 1 ''O Shell Inv. Wts. Sicks Teledyne West Cdn Seed Whltepass CALGARY Ac roll Barons Oil North Cont. Madison West Warner 5.40 2.43 1.36 .63 5.00 .38 11.25 2-35 3.05 .74 5.10 3-1.50 20.00 Corp Invest 5.37 Corp Invest St F 5.12 5.60 Dreyfus F U.S. 12.22 13.37 3.34 3.67 6.06 6.65 10.52 11.51 1B.75 17.75 43.M 7.05 Gr In Shares 12.25 Gr Equity Invest Gr Invest Mutual Mutual Ac Mutual Gr F Nat Res N W Fin N W Gr Principal Gr Royfunci Temp Gr United 15.12.Vz Universal Sav 5.23 5.72 5.28 5.61 5.07 5.58 7.00 7.65 4.41 4.B5 5.45 4.20 4.62 5.5! 5.7J 25.27 27.62 4.83 5.31 6.97 7.66 VANCOUVER 2.50 3.85 4.50 10.00 .73 .33 Spooner Total Pt Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Baht Norse Beth Copper Block Bros Brenda B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar Pfd Capt Inter Churchill Copper Col Cellulose Coronation Credit .2! 18.25 16.00 7.25 11.50 17.62VJ PIPELINE 5TOCKS 1 AHa Gas Trk Rights 1.20 Crestbro 'otal Petrol 7.30 Gas Tr L A 49.12'A Crovden West Decalta 7.60 Gad Tr L Pfd 75.2S Dolly varden MISCELLANEOUS Alta Nat Gas 22.50 INDUSTRIES Crd W Nat Gas 19.75 6.75 Inland Nat Gas 11.50 8.37'A N and C Gas 14.50 27.50 N end C B Pfd 27.00 5 12to Pacific Gas Tr 12.50 5900 Gas Metro Pfd A 65.00 36.00 Gai Metro 14.00 Tr Cd: Agra Indus. Atco Indus. Aquatahe Brit Nfld Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Occidertlal Cdn Pac Inv. CPR Pfd. A Crowsnest Ind. Cygnus A Cygnus B Gf. Cdn Oil Gt. Cdn Oil 6-75 Home Oil A Home Oil B Home Pit. Hudson Bay Co Hudson Bay Oil Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Granisle Growers B Key Indust Hys 5.62Va Interior Brew 35.50 Inler Mariner .26 5.65 .51 4.95 1D.62VJ 2.40 .13 2.50 4.50 .85 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 66.00 Kamloops Copper .08 2500 Tr Cdn P Pfd B 42.00 Lornex 6.60 1025 Tr Cdn P War 10.12Vi Lytton Minerals 1.51 2500 WC Trans 24.50 Okanagan Helicop 6.00 6'00 Western Pacific Plains Pete .26 612Va MUTUAL FUNDS Primer .09' 11.00 Al Cdn Com 8.22 9.98 Pyramid 9.2d 10.10 Silver Standard 1.35 3.78 4.13 Stampede Intl Res .71 6.03 6.62 Texmont .41 2.92 Trojan -31 452 4.95 Western Mines 3.00 6.22 6.B3 WC Res .06 12.57 13.61 Western Explor Cdn 5.25 100.00 Amr Gr P 34.50 AGF Specia 2 40 Cdn Invest 17.75 Col Mutual 15.25 Cmnw Inter Hud Bay Oil Pfd 55.25 Cmmv Lev 3.31 3.64 Utlca .24 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Sectirilies of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE .24 17.25 3.50 1.68 1.71 1.1P 7.80 1.52 .08 Vi 22.00 .0516 a.m. Qyotes) MINES Acme -27 Advocate Asb. 1-75 Akallcho M Black Bay -03 Brabrne Brouian Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chimo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickenson Mines Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Don a Ida Disccvery Mines East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Maritimes Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway R.L. Hollinger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex, Iron Bay Juliet Quebec Kerr Addlson Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langls Silver Matisen R.L. Malartic G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyre Mefa Midrim Intern Mogul NPW West Home N'rw Athena Now Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Northgata a.m. Quotes) Norlex .29 Opemiska 8.10 Osisko -24 Patlno 17.75 Placer Dev. 29.75 Quebec Man .10' Rayrock 1-26 Radlore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherriir Gordon Silver Miller .us1 Steep Rock 2.37 Tek Corp. 5.20 Texmont .''I Upper Canada 1.82 Western Mines 2.R5 Wright Hargreaves 1.21 Willroy .75 Windfall -101 Yellowknife Bear a.m. Quoles) Dofasno CAB Fd of Amer Gt Crin Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid 5-90 7.50 35.50 20.50 INDUSTRIALS Abltibi Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell .07 Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imascs Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Loblaw A Melro Stores Massey Ferg McMillan Bloc Moore Corp Molsons A 6.37W Molsons B North, Cent 5.75 17.50 12.50 1B.25 60.00 er Corp price Co Rothmans st Law Corp shell CDA Simpson's Steel of Can Col Cellulose 3.10 Selkirk A 7.00 .25 34.00 2.80 fin 850 70.00 11 -xn mi 20 l'.73 28. 5.50 Coron Credit c w IJ Gas cdn lrdust Canada 5 5 cdn Marcon, cd Cons Bath Cons Gas Dist Sea Oom Bridge Domtar Dom TextlU Dom Stores Dome Pete 30.00 2.75 9.50 Traders Gp A Trans Mln Pp Trans Pp Union Gas Versatile Mfg westecl Car B A West Cdn Sd 1550 Zenith Elec 54 00 BANKS J3.50 Can Imperial in.so Montreal 17.25 Nova Scotia Royal 37.50 Tor-Dom 22.00 13.25 70.50 5.15 85.37% 15.25 25.25 14.50 2.50 36.50 30.50 18.50 31.75 27.50 7.00 37.00 19.00 8.50 3.90 13.00 11.37'A 23.00 17.50 14.50 5.0D 6.62'A 19.00 35.00 20.25 26.00 23.37% 15.00 13.87W 21.75 35.50 14.37VJ 1.70 16.00 23.75 4.50 23.50 W. 2Vi 28.25 27.25 25.75 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) 93.37Va 20 Golds 166.07 off 3.10 Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Trading was b'ght and prices were gen- erally lower at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Rapeseed prices showed the sharpest drop, with Thunder Bay rapeseed three cents below previous close levels. There was hedge selling in rapeseed, with moderate exporter, local and commission house buying. Flax was marginally lower, while oats, barley and rye fluctuated in light trade. Volume of trade Friday in- cluded bushels of flax, of rye, Van- couver rapeseed and Thunder Bay rapeseed. High Low Close Flax Oct 224 Nov 22fi Dec 225 May Rapeseed Vancouver Nov 261% 259'i Jan 258 Mar 255 252'i Jim 253 25014 Rapeseed Thunder Bi Oct 243 'A 253 Dec May Jly Oats Oct 6414 Dec May Barley Oct 100% Dec May Rye Oct Dec May 244 100% KKH4 85-Vs 64 64 lOOVi 100 100 85 223% 225% 224% 234% 256 253 25114 y 243 244% 251% 250% 641.4 64% 100% 100% 100% 85 87% 9414 Mother charged in garbage bag death TORONTO (CP) A 34- year-old Toronto woman, whose 17-month-old child was found dead Friday in a garbage bag behind a Scarborough shopping plaza, was charged with non- capital murder Saturday. Maureen Campbell earlier had been charged with offering an indignity to a dead body. The child, Callum John Camp- bell, had been a victim of cere- bral palsy. Mrs. Campbell reported to po- lice Friday that the infant had been abducted from his stroller in the plara while she was in- side a bank. Trees in danger MIAMI (AP) Plant experts say an incurable tree virus has attacked palm trees in a 50- block area of a Miami suburb, threatening Florida's stately coconut palms with possible extinction if the blight spreads. Monday, Octobir 4, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGI HBtALD 19 U.S. labor front Strike longest in dock history By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The West Coast's dock strike became the longest in its his- tory today, entering its 96th day as mediators reported some Association who work to from Maine to Texas. The ILA walked out over the New York Shipping Associa- tion's refusal to extend a con- tract provision for a guaranteed progress in the negotiations. j allnua] jncome Of hours ol in the East Coast dock I I pny a year for eligible long- Talks strike, which began Friday, re- j sume today in New York City. There were nn developments Negotiators for striking Sunday in the three-day strike soft-coal miners were to report I uv 80.000 United Mine Workers to their members today. J. Curtis Counts, chief federal mediator in the West Coast dock members in 20 coal-producing states. The UMW seeks an in- crease in the current top pay to industry payments to welfare and retirement fund. walkout, said in San Francisco j .550 from 537 a day plus in Sunday: "We're nearer a settle- ment than we were before and we're still trying." The talks between the striking International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union and the Pacific Maritime Associa- lion were recessed after four hours with another session set for today. 208 SHIPS TIED UP The strike which began July 1 had made idle longshore men, tied up some 208 ships and their crews and cost the econ- omy of California alone an esti- mated billion. The longest previous dock strike on the West COTS! ended on Christmas Eve in 1948 after 95 days. At issue Is a dispute over off- dock handling of containers and ILWU's demands, for guaran- teed pay for 40 hours a week, plus a hourly raise over the present base pay of an hour. Tile East Coast strike involves members of the AFL-CIO International Longshoremen's Amnesty in Sudan CAIRO (Reuter) President Jaafar el-Nimeiri of Sudan has ordered the release of 87 prison- ers and reduced sentences passed against others, the Mid- dle East news agency reported Monday from Khartoum. The agency did not give the number of prisoners whose terms were reduced or whether any was among those who took part in I nv J.U1 up prices of cars TORONTO (CP) Revalua- tion of the Japanese yen has forced price increases of up to for Toyota cars. Canadian Motor Industries, distributor of the Japanese cars in Canada said price in- creases on the Corolla line, the lowest priced, vary between and while prices of the more expensive models will go up by to A company statement said the higher prices will apply to all cars that arrived in Can- ada after Sept. 29. Tile value of the Japanese currency has increased by more than six per cent since May 1. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds down 3-32 at 13-16. Pound sterling down 1-16 to 15-16. NEW YORK dollar up 3-64 at 99 13-64 in July's left-wing attempted coup terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- against Nimeiri. I ling down 1-C4 at 59-64. MAJOR OIL COMPANY HAS FOR IEASE HIGH VOLUME SERVICE STATION WITH COFFEE SHOP AND LIVING QUARTERS ATTACHED Located on Highway No. 3 Apply to BOX 110, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Giving Particulars of Experience and Capital Availabla. RECREATION SUPINTENDENT required by PARKLAND REGIONAL RECREATION Applications ore invited to fill the petition of Recreation Superintendent for the Parkland Regional Recreation Council. RESPONSIBILITIES 1. The Deportment Head responsible to the Parkland Region- al Recreation Council. 2. The management of budgets, staff and programs. 3. The development of policy statements for all aspects of program, leadership, faculty use and development. EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1. B.A. or BSc in Recreation Administration or related de- grees and training. 2. Five years of full time experience In the a dm in Is I rot ion and ma nog e ment of n recreation service, 3. Bo fully familiar with Provincial Government services, grant programs and tho philosophy of regional develop- ment. Tho personal and educational qualifications to membership in tho Professional InstiUiln of tho Alberto Recreation ond Parks Association. SALARY Starting at to Application can bo made to Mr-. N. Asposlet, Vice-Chairman, Parkland Regional Council, Box 130, Evanburg, Alberta. Pleaso give personal qualifications, roiume of experience, references and any other pertinent information on or bofore November 15th, 1971. GAME ROOM PACKAGE ALL THE BUILDING MATERIALS REQUIRED TO BUILD A 12 FT X 20 FT. GAME ROOM FOR THE LOW, LOW PRICE OF Package Includes: Construction Grade Framing 0 Polythene Vapour Barrier 9 Construction Grade Strapping 9 Ceiling Tile Fire Retardant White COMPLETE 12x12 Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tile All trim including baseboards and casings Prefinished Wall Panelling Nails, glue, staples CHARGEX OR CRESTLINE BUDGET PLAN NO DOWN PAYMENT WE HAVE CARPENTERS AVAILABLE IF YOU WANT TO HAVE THE WORK DONE FOR YOU. ASK US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE. "LETHBRIDGE'S INDEPENDENT BUILDING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" 123 30th St. N. Phone 327-5444 or 327-5110 ;