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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press Friday nov produce wholesale Crescent fruit co. Ltd. Thursday november 25, 1971 vegetables cooking onions Man. Med 3.00 cabbage Man. New no. 1 50 ibs. 3.00 Green onion 140 peppers Calif Green .40 potatoes Man. No. 1 Wash 75 ibs. 2.35 radishes Calif cello 6 02. Doz. 1.40 tomatoes ont. To House 5.00 commission House prices butter non tend Erable .i.70 eggs weighted average wholesale value of eggs . Winnipeg As reported by the Canada department of agriculture wednesday november 24, 1w1. Grade a Large 39.9 Grade a medium 35.9 Grade a Small 23.8 All poultry prices live no. 1 to pro d u c e r s delivering Winnipeg except Chicken broiler chickens Chicken broiler Chicken 4-5 a .20 Chicken .20 .55 20 25 fowl fowl under 4v? .04 fowl .04 fowl Over 5% 08 10 turkeys Turkey Toms .20 Turkey broiler 23 Turkey hens .24 Winnipeg stocks 26, 1971 49 unlisted Richardson securities thursday november 25, 1971 industrials bid asked Abbey life 4% Sia Auto Telic 35 45 Continental res 6 guardian Goth 7% Jefferson Kay. 2v4 2% Joly jumper 90 no Mediak 100 Rev properties 54 58 space pack. Spar aerospace 155 oils mines Alex red la. 4 amal rare Earth 9 aug dome. N Barbi la. 13 Brac Mac. 2 Brandy Rook. 12 Bri Recourt 9 8 comm Nickel. 7 Copper 4 cracking Stone 2 crewel Eskimo 8 Exco Ungava .-.v. 17 Ganda Silver Indian Man 50 Jamel and. 7 Jumba eng. 2 k radar can. 214 More mrs .16 Manoka 4 Midland Nickel 19 Nicola. I no Pax. Orofino 5 Redstone .25 Rich group 17 Savannah Creek 35 Seemar "25 Silver key 3 Snowdrift 5 Uran Ridge 2 Viet Algoma 5 Werner la 1 yellow Rex n Robin red la 50 10 160 6 12 14 14 4 17 12 12 9 6 4 20 10 24 6 70 10 4 19 6 23 4 4 15 28 20 36 30 6 15 4 6 3 13 thursday november 25, 1971 bid asked industrials aulds com. 6.25 6.50 aulds pad exd 15.50 18.% aulds 2nd pad 10.% 11.00 bar Embr pad 20.00 be Embr cd a 16vs bar Embr com 16.75 Bird construction Bovis corp 1.55 Ems b Carter a 9.25 Covle dist a exd 3.70 la Compagnie Yonciere do Man. 45.00 furl or com 7.75 Felt str 1.55 Fulty trots .65 in Lynn enter a 10.00 in Lynn 10.75 endrs or it West life ass 39.% inter qty g com 6.25 intercity g 2nd pad 15.50 intercity g a pad 18.25 intercity g was a 2.40 intercity g was a 2.50 invers or 6.00 inv stars or a 6.va invers con pad 17.50 j Abaft Ltd. 20.50 j Labatt pad 21.25 Mon life exd 23.00 Mont invest Ltd 2.50 Northern cent g 1275 s mpg Ltd Stafrud ads Ltd 2.50 try is bldg ass 46.50 trans air l 70c pad exd 6.50 trans air Ltd com 3 20 trans air Ltd was .87 trans cd up los Ltd 33.25 trans cd up los pad 41.25 trans cd p l a pad 62.75 trans cd up los was 8.35 Ltd a dish. 31.25 Ltd or or was a 13.50 .17.50 a 26.50 we steel Rosco Ltd exd 12.25 mpg Supply fuel 8.75 sex Stock dividend mines and oils cons Call f of. 06 Dick car Gold la _ Jagor res .28 Marv oils .18vz open end mns.25 Petersen red la. Pet Romines .20 Ryl Agassi mrs. .31 sep res .12 Sherritt Gord space Marls .-.03vi .06 stall la mns.75 .80 Star la .10 Teck corp a. 4.05 425 x indicates lots Mutual investment shares net quotations other Market quotations Bonds 17.00 16.% 58.00 1.60 3.85 8.00 1.75 .75 13.00 .45 41.00 4.50 16.75 2.50 2.70 6.50 17.75 20.75 22.00 24.00 13.25 2.15 2.60 10.00 3.30 .91 33.50 42.00 53.00 8.50 34.00 14.50 20.00 27.00 13.25 .07 .48 .25 .30 .30 .30 .08 .23 .33 .16 Aero cd. 1.08 1.19 Amer Goth cd 5.34 5.86 can inv fund. 4.31 4.73 com with int l corp 12.11 13.31 corp inv 5.00 5.46 Grid income 3.08 3.39 inv Goth cd 9.98 inv int l my 6.55 7.16 in Emu 4.94 5.40 prov mud 6.21 6.79 Provst kid 4.99 5.46 sales a 2 13.50, 17 13.50 60 Calgary beef live beef futures thursday open High Low close de. A 33.95n 33.95a my 33.00 33.00b 32.95b my 32.50b 32.05b wednesday s volume 15 contracts. Richardson securities thursday november 25, 1971 Brett Oil. 23 can Bonanza can Hydro Gas 953 Lochiel exp .1403 Madison Oil u York Oil 54 Nitro cell. 31 pet Romines 21 castex93 Sturgeon 303 twin is Western Warner 33 Toronto quotations for thursday nov 25, provided by the investment dealers association of can Ada Canada and guaranteed bid ask 6 15 dec. 1971 7 a 1 apr i 1972 1 april 1972 1 sept. 1972 so 15 dec. 1972 8 1 feb. 1973 7 1 feb. 1973 7 1 april 1973 1 july 1973 6% 1 july 1973 5 1 oct. 1973 1 dec. 1973-94 1 dec. 1973 51 april 1974 1 april 7 15 june 1974 6 15 june 1974 8 1 oct. 1974-86 5w1 dec. 1974 1 april.1975 1 oct. 1975 1 april 1975 1 july 1975 15 dec. 1975-8-85 1 april 1976 5% 1 june 1976 1 june 1976 7 1 sept. 1977 3% 15 Jan. 1978 8 1 july 1978 3v4 1 oct. 1979 june1 1979 1 aug. 1980 1 sept. 1983 5 1 june 1988 feb. 1989. 1 May 1990 5% 1 sept. 1992 6% 1 oct. 1995 3% 1 March 1998 3 perpetual car 5vi 15 dec. 1971 car -2% 1 feb. 1974 car 5 15 May 1977 4 1 feb.-1981 5% 1 Jan. 1985 5 1 oct. 1987 provincials and guaranteed Alta 15 june 1991 104.5010550 Alta 8% 15 april 1990 Alta t 8 15 sept.-1974 Alta t 15 dec 1991 Amoc 8% 1 june 1990 Amoc 15 March 1993 by h 5% 18 april 1991 Man t 8 15 sept. 1974 Man Tel 7 15 feb 1993 Man h 9 1 april 1990 Man h 8.1 april 1991 fld 914 15 aug. 1990 no 9 2 july 1994 no 7% 1 March 1996 no pow 7% 15 nov. 1996 is 7% 1 dec. 1996 is 1 March 1991 ont 15 oct 1985 ont 7 15 feb. 1988 ont h 1 oct. 1976 ont h 8v4 1 dec. 1994 ont had tvs 1994 ont h 7% 1 april 1996 9 30 june 1995 ont h 9 1 feb. 1995 Pel is March 1990 que oct. 1978-9-85 que 9 a 1 oct. 1995 que 8 8 feb. 1994 que h. 9vi 1 feb. 1975 sask 6 1 March 1987 sask 15 aug. 1988 sask 8% 1 dec. 1990 Athabasca 8% 15 june 1991 102 00 for Indus 7% 15 oct. 1991 102.75 10375 Alta 7% 15 oct. 1991 103.25 104 25 Man t 7% 15 nov. 1991 102.50 103.50 ont had 7% 15 sept 1996 104.50 w 50 corporations abit 9% 1 april 1990 104.00 106 00 Algoma 8% 31 March 1991 Alta g 15 dec. 1990 Alcan 9% 2 Jan. 1991 Bell c 8 1 May Bell c 8 15 March 1992 Bell c 9% 14 aug. 1990 by Sug is sept. 1987 by Tel 8v4 1 March 1994 100.05 100.20 101.10 101.25 100.80 100.95 100.15 100.30 101.10 101.25 104.40 104.60 103.20 103.40 103.60 103.80 103.50 103.70 103.70 103.70 101.40 101.60 103.90 104.10 102.co 102.20 i 101.60 101.90 106.50 106.80 106.40 106.70 104.10 104.40 109.70 110.00 102.50 103.00 104.00 104.50 101.50 102.00 106.25 106.75 106.25 106.75 106.75 108.25 101.50 101.75 102.25 102.75 92.50 93.25 107.00 107.50 90.50 91.50 110.00 111.00 83.50 84.25 102.75 103.50 96.75 97.50 87.50 84.00 100.75 101.50 85.00 86.00 88.50 89.50 98.00 99.00 60.00 62.00 43.00 100.00 100.15 98.70 98.95 95.75 96.75 83.50 84.50 90.00 92.00 81.50 83.50 Cominto 15 april 1991 102.00 104.00 cons Gas 8v8 1 feb. 1991 101.00 103.00 car a 1 fab. 1992 105.00 107.00 cps 9% 1 oct. 1990 104.50 106 50 Donasco 9 1 feb. 1991 105.50 107.50 eat a 8% 15 july 1974-79-89 105.00 107 00 Falcon 7% 24 feb. 1991 98.00 100.00 Gulf 1 dec. 1989 105.00 107.00 Gulf 15 sept. 105.50 107.50 Ebay a 1 March 1989 106.00 108.00 Ebay is 9 15 june 1991 105.00 107.00 Imp Oil 15 aug. 1989 105.00-107.00 int Nickel 1 oct. 1990 10800 11000 ind a 15 oct. 1992 108.00 110 00 Labatt 1 sept. 1990 106.00 108.00 Macmil b 15 May 1991 103.00 104.00 mass of 9% 15 june 1980 104.00 10600 Noranda 15 oct. 1990 107.00 109.00 nor cent 9% 15 Jan. 1991 106.00 108 00 nor elec 30 april 1990 107.00 10900 Pac cent 8 15 feb. 1996 96.00 98.00 Royal by 7 15 april 1991 101.00 102 00 r leasing 8% 15 feb. 1981 102.00 104.00 Simpsons 15 dec. 1989 106.00 108 00 s Sears 7% 15 feb. 1991 97.00 99.00 traders 9 15 feb. 1991 99.50 101.50 traders 15 june 1991 103 00 10500 to c pm 9 20 March 1991 104.00 106 00 coast t was 8 15 May 1991 97.00 99 00 convertibles Ackland 15 june 1988 83.00 8600 Alta Gas 1 feb 1990 119.50 12250 Block by 15 oct. 1988 8300 8600 cons g 1 feb. 1989 9400 9700 dynasty exp 7 1 april 1987 68.00 73 00 Scurry rain 1 May 1988 85.00 8800 a Sears 4v2 15 oct. 1988 84.00 to c pm 5 1 dec. 1989 86.00 88x10 coast to 1 Jan 1991 110.50 112.50 it or Cap 5 15 May 1979 75.00 80.00 Emco 7 1 aug. 1991 100.00 Cash Grain thursday november 25, 1971 open Winnipeg Oats de 65v4, my 67vj. Barley my de 94, my 109.00 111.00 104.50 105.50 100.50 101.50 108.00 110.00 97.50 99.50 82.50 84.50 104.50 105.50 95.50 97.50 110.00 112.00 103.00 104.00 107.00 109.00 109.00 111.00 100.00 101.00 100.00 101.00 99.50 100.50 96.00 98.00 87.00 89.00 98.00 99.50 106.50 108.00 108.00 109.00 101.50 102.50 102.25 103.25 112.50 114.00 112.50 114.00 108.00 110.00 107.00 109.00 111.00 113.00 100.00 102.00 110.00 112.00 89.00 91.00 99.00 101.00 109.00 111.00 Vancouver rapeseed my Winnipeg High Low cd. Or. Cd 232% 240% 241 Lakehead wheat Board prices . And class 2 wheat cd pre c no. 1 Northern l67va 1674 no. 2 Northern t6v a no. 3 Northern 1605fe 160 no. 4 Northern 157% 1 am. Durum 1s2v4 162v 2 am. Durum 159v 3 am. Durum 150v2 150v 4 am. Durum. 146v Churchill prices no. 1 . Red up 169% 169% 2c.w. Sex. 3 . 6m 6w 3 . Sex. 1 feed 1 feed 61v2 6va 2 feed 5sy2 ssy4 3 feed mixed feed 28 28 mixed Grain sow 50% Barley 1 . 6 Row 2 . 6 Row 1 . 2 Row 2c.vv.2row 3 . 6 Row 3 . 2 Row 1 feed 101 101 2 feed 9917., 3 feed mixed Grain 9iy2 Winnipeg Cash close terminal stocks to confirmation close Prev close 2 sex. 3 . .62v3 61% Montreal Vancouver Mutual funds Toronto up thursday s Clos ing prices on selected Mutual funds supplied by the companies directly o through brokerages. They Are prices a which the securities could have Bee sold bid or bought bid ask de my 241% by 244 Oats de 65% my 67% by Barley de 104% my 107% 243 241 243 a 65% 67% 67b 107% de 94a my 101 100% 100% by Vancouver no 267vi 267 a 269% my 270% in Thunder Bay de 250 249% my 260 259% by 258nom 242 244 67v4 67b 107% 267 266% 258b sex. 1 feed 1 feed.-6iya 2 feed 58ya. 3 peed mixed feed 28 1 . 6 Row 2 . 6 Row 1 , 2 Row 2 . 2 Row 102v4 3 . 6 Row 102v4 3 . 2 Row 100% 1 feed 100% 2 feed 99 3 feed 95 1 . 935 a 2 3 . So "57% ergot 1c.w.230% 2 . 3 . Track 231 rapeseed in store Thunder Bay no. 1 can .249% 61% 6 5 5 28 104 104 104 102 102 100 100 99 96 93 93 88 673 603 94 232 227 203v Grain inspection Stock averages 103.00 105.00 106.50 108.50 108.00 110.00 103.00 105.00 101.00 103.00 109.00 111.00 106.00 108.00 101.50 103.50 wheat Oats Barley flax cars Insp nov. This or. Last or. .7.179 34 417 8 74 rapeseed 87 others 9 grand total .1808 contract wheat 846 cars 709 25 307 19 .75 75 6 1216 Richardson securities thursday november 25, 1971 Toronto 77 6 16 b 9 w kinds golds metals oils 160.97 150.79 59.67 184.56 150.85 69.84 185.53 150.85 69.77 186.15 151.01 69.89 186.33 151.01 69.96 186.53 151.64 69.92 186.65 Prici 11 am noon 1 . 2 . Close London Market London Reuter a Dis appointing third Quarter earn Ings report by Ici sent that firm s shares on the London Stock Exchange tumbling thurs Day to 235 Pence from 293. A later recovery put the Stock at 260. Investors reacted with Shock to the chemical that in the january september period its profits fell to the equivalent of s237.5 million compared with million last year. Poor re turns for the july september period were the main Factor. The Ici situation also sent other stocks sliding. Other leaders that fell were Beecham British american to Toronto Market Bacco. Glaxo Unilever Cour Sauld and Fison. Hudson Bay lost around three Pence. Canadian shares showed a partial recovery. Oils firmed under the Lead of Pacific Pete. Also firmer were Hiram Walker Hollinger Bra scan Al Goma Abi Tibi and Hawker Sid Deley. Canadian Banks gained led by Toronto Dominion. Toronto up issues in All major sectors of the Toronto Stock Market recovered from losses Early in the session Clos ing moderately higher in slow trading thursday. Western oils continued to re cover from severe losses suffered earlier in the week climbed 2.09 to 186.65 on Index. Industrials Rose .38 to 161.35, golds .85 to 151.64 and base metals .25 to 69.92. The Advance interrupted four consecutive declining sessions. Volume was 1.28 million shares the lightest of the week and Down from 1.40 million wednesday. Value of issues traded was million Down million of its Treasury shares the Sale is subject to share Holder approval. Peoples department stores Rose 1% to Falconbridge to Tara v4 to Scur a Rainbow to Inco to Imperial Oil to pan Canadian formerly Central Del Rio to and Gulf Oil to Royal Trust fell to Molson b to great Plains to Beaver lumber to and Mclntyre Ivi to 160.95 160.78 160.98 161.35 volume Montreal 73 7 kinds Ulilis Banks Prici 163.35 u2.ll 207.15 noon 163.57 141.37 207.15 close 163.84 142.17 207.59 85 comp 164.17 164.17 164.64 Aero cd . Special All can com All can div All can Ven american growth Andreas equity associate investors Deacon growth Anada growth Cana Gex in Gas Energy in invest cd in Scudder cd in Sec growth in s. A Gold cd in trusted so Japan cd capital growth collective Mutual Commonwealth info Ommon wealth info lev Rommon wealth venture corporate investors Orpo Rafe inv St cd Dominion compound Aton Viking Ettarea investment exec cd cd exec inv into Fonds collect if a Fonds collect if b Fonds collect if c Fonds gis compound Gas income growth equity guardian growth Harvard Industrial growth Keystone cd Keystone Polaris Magna Carta maritime equity Marlborough Mutual accumulating Mutual Bond Mutual growth usual income Nat Rusco natural resources . Equity . Financial . Growth Pacific dividend Pacific . Pension Mutual . And n. Cd fanned resources principal growth event Regent venture Joy fund a inv pret of Rev a inv am pret Scudder Nafo spec Taurus med investment United accumulative United horizon nixed american United venture Universal savings equity Estern growth Xanadu funds. 1.19 8.19 9.20 3.58 5.86 4.48 4.95 6.14 5.46 9.17 1.08 2.42 7.49 8.42 3.27 5.34 4.10 4.90 5.83 4.97 8.48 12.20 13.41 4.32 4.73 17.48 4.22 4.64 4.46 4.87 4.95 5.43 7.45 8.19 8.35 9.07 5.34 5.87 12.11 13.31 3.06 3.36 5.54 6.09 5.01 4.45 4.90 4.69 5.36 5.27 2.77 5.79 5.77 7.75 3.34 8.42 3.07 5.64 7.84 6.01 6.59 5.96 6.98 1.77 3.16 4.61 5.27 5.48 4.86 5.32 5.86 5.77 6.33 5.95 8.47 3.63 9.26 3.38 6.19 Richardson securities thursday november 25, 1971 or cd Anglo can. Pulp pad 13 a Asbestos corp 28b Banque can. National 14 Bronco 49 Brit. An. Bank note cd. Dom. Sugar 3ivi can. Aviation elec 40b can. Int. Power 22 a Consumers Glass Crown Cork Seal i50b or. Zellerbach a dist. Seagram Dominion Bridge 21 b Dom. Textiles Dupont of cd Fraser 2b Gen l Star mines Glen air group 15 Gui por i5b Handy Andy 351, Hudson s Bay co. Rbt., Mitchell a Molson b 1634b Molson pad fid. My Quebec Cobalt set Rolland a 265b Southam _ Steinberg a 18% Steinberg pad o 13v4 Walker g w 38% Zellers Richardson securities thursday november 25, 1971 18b 12b Xvi 15 15b 35b 16% Canadian Stock Exchange Fielding Corticelli Lovi 5t. West mining Melchers Partan air 50 cattle 5.42 6.37 3.79 1.63 2.89 4.22 4.79 10.33 11.36 4.31 4.74 4.36 4.80 12.29 12.87 6101 6.57 5.68 6.24 4.13 4.54 4.93 5.42 4.91 4_25 7.08 7.76 12.49 12.74 4.00 3.60 8.00 3.59 5.08 5.42 8.07 3.95 8.79 3.95 5.29 5.95 8.87 8.34------ 7.72 8.44 2.55 2.80 7.01 4.44 4.88 2.44 2.70 1.98 3.43 15.61 5.72 2.85 2.18 3.77 7.27 to the fact that . Markets were closed thursday for the american thanksgiving Day Holiday. Without the leadership usually provided by Wall Street our Market generally Marks one observer said. Banking general manufacturing Oil refining and communications issues posted mod Erate advances. Beverage food processing real estate Utility and merchandising issues edged fractionally lower. Victoria and Grey Trust was up 2 to company directors have announced a proposed two for one Stock split subject to shareholder approval at a special meeting Early next year. Super test Ordinary advanced 1 to shareholders at a special meeting wednesday approved a revised offer for the proposed merger of super test with by Canada Ltd. Wright Hargreaves mines Ltd. Was up 15 cents to .14 to lines outnumbered advances 105 to 103 while 82 issues remained unchanged. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock exchanges was shares compared with 1.01 million wednesday. At the open some 5.30 million common shares of Emco Ltd. Were admitted to the list of the Montreal Stock Exchange. Of these shares with no Par value about 3.78 million Are Issue and outstanding while 1.52 i lion Are reserved for issuance. The provincial Bank of Canada closed unchanged at on the Montreal Exchange after re porting increased earnings for the year ended oct 31 of 4.43 million or 85 cents a share compared with million or 74 cents in the similar 1970 period. Highlighting gains on the Montreal Exchange credit Fon Cier was up to s56, sooth am press is 14 to people s stores to Canada and sugar co. To j company limited dark fend no. 238 s Versy Cit in of chats of share Crar Ixer and Marchant mining 25 cents to 60 cents. Wright Hargreaves has agreed to buy All the assets Falconbridge to s5s, Union of Marchant exit j Carbide to and a Maine in Cash in Exchange for 1.42 in losses Royal Trust was off i to Canadian Janesn f Lvi to Aix Arberia Gas tos46. On fihe . Wabasso was up 4 s1p4 1 t i i it a jie7 i to sl-30 on in Issue of Mijares. Sir Terpack corp. Off to by James h. Hussey up correspondent St. Johns fld. Up activity in the Newfoundland fishing Industry has been fall ing off since mid october and is at its seasonally Low ebb. The drop in inshore landings is from two weeks to a month earlier than usual. Most Small and medium sized processing plants de pendent on the inshore fish Ery have ceased operations until next May or june de pending on ice and weather conditions. Last year season ally operated plants As far North As St. Anthony near the Labrador coast kept operating As late As Early de Cember. From Frow until late next Spring or1 Early summer the Only plants producing More than Token quantities will be the All weather plants in the Southern Section of the prov Ince which obtain supplies of ground fish from the offshore trawlers. Inshore and offshore cod landings have been declining since july. Harvey Mauger manager of Booth fisheries Plant at Fortune one of the South coast s All season plants said since july cod landings by the company s daggers have been practically nil while this time last year on the average 15 per cent of the catches were cod. He cited overfishing As the reason for the Scarcity of cod. The species As Well As Ocean Perch has been fished beyond the sustainable yield and could soon be in the same category As Haddock which during the last few years has become almost non existent Bel Canada notice of s3 d 3rvktervj of per s3.23 cur rjae convert votes of soft ire errs of rec crts fhe commercially. Joe Moalton. Manager of fishery products Ltd s Burin Piant catches by right in by the dragger Fleet is recent weeks Are Douis 10 to 15 per crat Frons catches the same time last year. Of the cat Dws Otily a Cert one per Ceru was cod. Capt. Barf Wisher. Ass series despite All time High Export prices for Salt cod and the introduction of the Canadian Salt fish corp. Marketing Agency the lowest Ever pro portion of Newfoundland cod was being Salt cured. Salt cod production de creased from 30.5 million pounds in 1969 to 22.7 million pounds in 1970. This year s production will show another decrease. At the end of sep tember it was 5.8 million pounds less than at the end of september last year. Most Salt fish production is concentrated in northeastern and Northern Newfoundland and Labrador. In the South where ports Are ice free All year fresh Frozen fish production has established itself. Aiden Maloney president of the Canadian Salt fish corp., said the corporation to meet sales quotas and hold a Posi Tion in world markets would have to have at least 33.6 million pounds. Last year the corporation had projected production a t 39.2 million pounds and made tentative sales agreements on that pounds last year. And last year the Labrador fishery was considered a fishermen along the North East coast especially in the Bonavista Bay area say this year s cod catches Are the lowest in 30 years. The Fisher i men say the biggest setback was a severe storm that struck along the coast in june destroying most of the fishing gear. Amount but was Only Able to Supply a Little Over 22.4 Mil lion pounds. Or. Maloney said the demand exists for Salt fish but buyers become Scep tical when orders cannot be filled and they could show a tendency to write off As a suppl or if them with what they before fresh fish processing freezing trere set i7i and Chat is started Copot Trig 1o Sites. Csiss fun dressing salting drying by wind and Sun and storing they took the line of least resistance and greatest re Ward. _ commercial selfish land Ings in the province for the eight month period january to August this year were Down by 105.6 million pounds from the catch of the same period last year. Landings for the period january to August this year am punted to 683.6 million pounds valued at Mil lion. Landings for the same period last year amounted to 789.2 million pounds valued at million. Frozen ground fish production for the first eight months of this year amounted to 104.1 million pounds compared with 107.1 million pounds in the first eight months of 1970. Last year Newfoundland fishermen landed 980.1 million pounds of fish compared with 998 million pounds in 1969. However the value increased to million from million. Super test earnings increase ont. Cps pretest Petroleum corp. Ltd. Reports Here that net earn j Ings for the nine month period j ended sept 30 were up from in the Corre spending period in 1970. Gross operating income c 1 i m b e d for the nine month period to s49.043.491 this year from in 1970. The company subject of a proposal to merge with by Canada Ltd., said National Energy Board notice of hearing take notice that pursuant to the is National Board act and regulations made thereunder the Board has ordered a hearing to be held in the court room of the National Energy Board room 940, trebla build ing Albert Street in the City of Ottawa in the j province of Ontario commencing on the 14th Day of december 3971 at the hour of . Local time to vicar the application of trans Canada pipe lines limited for a certificate under part Iii of the act to construct and operate additional pipe line facilities namely i additions and modifications to existing compressor Manitoba Dryden to psalm Nipigon Hearst and Cornwall Ontario ii pipe line loops consisting of approximately 267 3 Miles of-42-Inch . Pipe line 627.1 Miles of Inch . Pipe line and 49.7 Miles of 24-Inch . Pipe line at a total of 73 locations in the provinces of Saskatchewan Manitoba and Ontario together with All works connected therewith. And the Board has further ordered that l any respondent or intervenor intending to oppose or intervene in the application shall file on or before the St Day of december 1971, with the Secretary of the Board Twenty 20 copies of a written no his reply or submission together with any supporting information particulars or documents which shall include a concise statement of the facts from which the nature of the respondent s or intervenor s interest May b e determined which May admit or deny any or All of the fact s alleged m the application and which shall be endorsed with the name and address of the respondent or inter Vynor or his solicitor to whom communications May be sent any respondent or inter Vynor shall in addition Send three 3 copies of his reply or submission and supporting information particulars or documents to the applicant and one 1 copy each to the attorneys general of the provinces of Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba. Ontario t ,9uebcc the Energy resources conservation Board of Alberta and the Canadian federation of agriculture jul Sparks Street Ottawa Ontario. 2. Leave be granted for such evidence and information adduced at hearings before the Board or before the in orgy resources conservation Board of Alberta and for such reports findings or orders of the Board or of the Energy resources conservation Board of Alberta made in respect thereof As the applicant May deem necessary and the Board permit to be received in evidence at the hearing of this application. 3. Subject to subjection 3 of Section .5 of the Board s rules of practice and procedure compliance by the applicant with subsection 1 of Section 5 of the said rules be dispensed with except for that evidence and information filed with the application and to be adduced at the hearing thereof and such other evidence As the Board deems relevant. 4. Any interested party May of Amine a copy of the application and the submission s filed therewith at the Osce of Market with rising costs it is the Jad Gimesi of that earnings in the Onval will to the it Foch Hiss far Nenry Boa Trebra by Sirj . 47-3 Albert Tawf Ottawa. Ontario of the applicant is i pipe juries Lichod 31.5. Dale hts figgs i4l Yak per cent a caste 25

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