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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wrdnridov. Anril 19'J THE lETHBRinGF HFRAID 17 lobbyists busy at Montreal ces prtHlut'ctl Stock prices up JL JL at ready -session CAlllO neuter) Kgypl's forces are ready for total war with Israel ami will continue the next rounrl nf ltie conflict until id. KgypUan War Minister said TORONTO (CP) Hasc met-1 of 30 industrials was up 7.15 at Bis edged fractionally lower! 050.56. The bltic-cliip indicator ivhile prices in mosl oilier sor-1 finished inst April 23 at 950.62, a Muhamcd Alimod .Saclek lors of the Toronto stock market 23-month closing lurjli, and lias I Tuesday. climbed higher in mrKlcrale not closed as since llien. 'As J> responsible person mid-morning trading today. Tim Dow briefly topped the high WASHINGTON' (Kcuteri Anderson IT! Difa Davis Beard, controversial and the justice department ik representative of l nicd-lhe settlemenl ;_______ Ihe (Jiiint International Tele-] pledge by an ITT sutaidimy li; he said was u'rillen !iy 'phone and Telegraph Corp., is j provide financial support for UK Mi, about bci conlacls one of an estimated lobby- j licpublican convention cxpeclw! viili lop justice department ofli- isls trying to influence Congress to nominate President Nixon for u.-iU on Ihc issue and the government behind the the parly's prcsidi'nlial candi- I'.i.ird hns foil the full hrunt scenes before major decisions--------- are made. The lobbyist. most of the time are invisible but occasion- j ally emerge as stars ol political scandals, came under renewed In the general elcclion next of publicity in a field sue- coss usually depends as much memo- on Ihe of a LSI ID cents to and Gulf Oil lo Imasco gained to S22, Husky Oil ns lo Dome Mines 'j lo SGfi1 i. Pan Ocean 's lo Noranda lo J38 and Great Plains to Robinson l.iltlc was down G'i to Hudson Bay Mining !i lo Belhlehem to Im- perial Oil lo SM'a, Acres 's lo CT I.ld. to and Dome Pete (o S'.C's. MONTIIKAL (CP) Prices higher in all sectors in light morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. On index, industrials were up last March 6 but turned down- ward before the close. Analysts ailriinifcd the ad- vancc to (be market's ability Tuesday to make headway Sadck lold a meeting of Ihe Aral) .Socialist Union, I can say our armed forces have completed Ihcir preparation and are ready lo go lo war." scrutiny vhen Mrs. Heard. was ca'lapultcd inlo the national spollight at a Senate commit- tee's investigation of an alleged political pay-off by ITT. The investigation opened Ibis month in the Senate judiciary] LONDON' 'CP) Designers New tow BIS in Britain solve traffic problem 3 I committee afler syrulicnled col- umnist Jack Anderson charged of Britain's second-generation; pjiHc, mi'L- sections of available for all IJul v.illi lhr> rf tlu1 kiik'riJi (jovcrninuiH .siiifi; Lobbying is legally defined as .the Second World War. the word HfliiKii'n: of money or anything .now is bull in M.-HMS of value to lie vised principally and also more broadly as ;i scriphon of all influ- ence any government ru official Lobbyists aic required ID rrq if-Ler with t-s.s, iiml I ha names or moro than fi.OIW a.s.'-o- cialitins Alcan ?i to Dome Mines i to -65'.-. Mclntyre Porcupine cliange, Brascon was alicad Gen. Scirlnk, whose remarks i thnt Richard KleimUensl, awail- resulting from Ihc j (cm borouies solely for buses il And another a d v a n 1 a p o inil Senate contirnia'ion of his [ncrcnsc in ownership ni pri- expected to speed and im- rlaiined is that nnstruflion of J ueie tiuoled in Cairo news- papers iwlay, "We nominalion as attorney-general, hfjiin the baUlc of liberation i played n role in sctlliuf; and it up until the end. U anti-trust suit against ITT out of vil IJR total war." I court. 11 iscellaneous quotations vale cars. They :uc seimrnliii2 private cars and public-liun.v pnrl vehicles. The new (owns were origi- nally established to absorb the linr services to the pcmit t'.ie prtivklo? a they begin lo make a traffic capacity more piofil Ihan an tended all-pui-no-e If transport, by its in- highway system. This could be creased, ctficicncy, becomes ;i .saver iie.'iinst unforest'en con- Tor business and olhcr major fii'mips among llu-m the I'.S. Chamlii'r of Com iiieri e, ilii? Ass'K'iation of Maiinfactui and tho Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied hy Dohcrty. Limited LAST DID Oil SALK Sumil and gronpi ovei'-spiH from such choked nnd more attractive for I own travel. Urgencies such as traffic fore- llllj wa'--battnrcd cities as London reduction in use of the private which err on tho low side, I 1! ll !n a 5 m and Glasgow. Now tlie slntp- car could lead to savings on delays on tillier hirjlnvay con- I1 ouiidnlion. innum triljeh. antJ aided communities are expanrt- parhniR lots. slruclinn. nnd a hitnrc populn- ivh'.'iuus and ed- under their own momentum. A lempoiary benefit of build- prowl h [iieatcr ihnn ex- ttci'itiotial Hasocialicju'' mp, llio roservorl route is thai [ir-cled (11 .CO i> m. OILS lo utilities .13 to 1G2.71, banks 1.64 to 2i4.2U, Ihc j com[ pcrs .8G lo 82.03. Combinwl volume on Ihe Montreal and Canadian slock e x c b an fi e s at. 11 a.m. was Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG 'CD cull seed prices fluctuated, traction- Cdn Hcrr-_-i ally in a smaller volumne of j trade at mid session on the am long Grain Exchange lo- day. j Pc1-; Local and commission houses were active on bolh sides of the j market while exporters were small buyers in that commod- ily. There was also n small amount of short-covering Flax prices gained slightly on a lack of hedge offerings while rye posted small tin strong exporter buying interest j S 10 ior-1 34 35 31.25 V.'esf Cdn Cuores) (H 76 7J id :s B 41.50 6J 1.00 Ouileil n H n J' i Ji 6.10 SI? t.35 quard 11 12 3.1 men Vcn 1 jfl 8.12 VANCOUVER WINES Alia GJ-. lrl.nUNi.IGal N 8nd C Gl" N and C B Pfd and local and commission i i house trading. ?PB! In OTTO0 Pa" I 9lliei" C01Tim0dlliGS W C C qniel and featureless. Volumne of trade was bushels shares, compared will] at the same time Tues- day. Faiconbridpa Nickel was up 1 lo 594, International Nickel to Mean to Mac- Millan Bloctlcl '2 lo 524Vi and Royal Trusl to S-lHz. Hudson Bay Mining and Smelt ing was off s to S25! i, Magnasonic Canadn to nnti Dominion Bridge lo ACT1VB THADK NEW YORK (AfJJ Stock prices sharply in aclive trading today as the market, ex- tended the advance which began Jate Tuesday. Ttic noon Dow Jones average Tuesday of of rapesecd and III7, 000 of rve. liCFl LANFOUS irJDUSTRIES Allai OafhurM 3H'U Dynasty U C5 f-rrl Re J8.CD Gfdnisip 13 15 Lcrnex 6 12'': Lyi'on ti 70 C] P'imrr il.75 Pyramid 77.25 Tcxmtwil Planners of the first new towns could not foresee the in- crease in car ownership and the resultant traffic problems. Designers of such second-gen- eration towns as Reddilrh in Worcestershire and lUincorn in 5 ]71 Cheshire have learned by expe- rience and arc establishing rinu routes exclusively for public transpoi I. Roth new towns were dcsiq- nalcd in 1DGJ shortly after cation of a governmcnt-spcm- sored renorl on Traffic in Towns. This marie U clear lhat in future all possible prov- ision would be made (or the pri Livestock report Lei h bridge Livestock 'Supplied hy Canada Department of Agriculture1 On offer to a.m. I fill KeceiplF all slauglller calllc. aclUx, allci Slecr5 mccIinR very prices 25 lo SO vale car. its use in towns higher GtKKl aiui liuleher heifers meeting good demand, prices 50 cunts ur more hiyher. All classes ol cous meeting keen demand. be controlled and public trans- port encouraged and expanded. Vv'Uh these background re- quirements the transportation pattern of Runcorn was evolved urban motorway for car [traffic and a separate system j cnrlv for- buses. This system K in a> Cnoico slccrs'n5 50 penelratmR "ito owl M-25 lo 25p25. [inces 50-1 higher with odd ju sll'llvl'S and eibical. v. nh Icbbyi.sts of diverge inlcroMs lo peti- tion arid the povcrti- inejit Methods used l-y bbhyisf- arc rr kinds hmhcr: medium M 50 causes. Some appeal In con- to '11. fjmieis and CUIUTS to pressmen ami tuncmment pffi. CKUS on a jiersorKil basis, as h'iend In OLIieia play prices. feeder re Ilian pounds cntcrlsininK lo pnxluce a seduc- .50. A (cw poo'l ''VG I" a c.-iiu.n Ihey Itnnk ]s iH'Tfeclly proper any case. observers sny tliere i.s nol a tlired of evitlcuce lliaL Uiy vole til any (ungicisninn lias been bought ;illlmiifjli there is general agreement lhat tha lobbying have tuo ntiun" liulls "ij !o 2'> Ileplacenient caulc- w ere all hsavy [ccilcr solhrs at flearly more :M Jill to A lew go. steer calves .JO In Hogs base price :M Work (UtNS OM aifili- lavlsh ,fl ,0 -No I Hie hparl area, and of each re.sidenlial links tbcni all will] Choice hellers :I3 lo m.90; ByGena Fawcettc "wfawsar' MAWS NORWM.TEWERATURE RESET. RECENT AT PURDUE U.SHOW THAT SOLUTIOKS OF CALCJOM ANP SOTUM IONS INTHE BRAINS OF MONKEtS CAN RESET TEMPER-! 10 DECREES HIGHER Ofl LOWER THAN NORMAL.., M1D-SKSS Flax: May not open: July 'i higher Oct. ni liigher Nov. nnl open. Ilapeseed Vancouver: June 'i hifiher 2.fi4'2A; Sep. 'i liigh- er Nov. 3j liipher 2.J7A. Rapesoed Thunder Bay: May lower 2.G4UH- Juh' I lower Oct. uncliangctl 2.05A; v. nol open. Oals: May unclianged GtT-.iA; i July unchanRcd Oct. nol open. Bnrley: May n n c h a nged 1.09A; July higher Oct. unchanged 1.09A. Rye: May higher l.os''i July 7a hieher I Oct 3 liighcr l.OP.'i. Grain quotes Tuesday Inasisj 3J.75 36.SQ 11. JO 5 S7Vj A.G.K. COn Fd 9.B? 10 B C Suuar Pfa J i ib Cac' 7 CS H Tcr 3 W Mud Day Cn 1 ni l.vd Cay Hud nay F'fd 1-ly W) Cdn Invest rrt 15 Inter Brc.v t E! 7.U Infer mon Lev 3 E7 Pacific Wei! AI-- nveit 4.ns 6'? stampede Int Res sx Fd 534 OILi 13 p 15.371. 33.M 37. Cixn IS 7i CWP .i'm Cre'' MOO r.f il.7J Eqyily cenlre. railway station 23 and utdustnal areas. i um ,6 lfl J7. and cul. i ,s nU'S STOPS HANDY 2, ,0 ,c It will enalilc frequenl bus Good bulls 27 lo 23 i sen-ices, free of dislocation Bulchcr hogs sold Tuesday at "M I plough congeslion or cross-flow] 28.20 hase price. Good lambs 28. loopholes and r.rc easily abused. The most common form of (Cl" Strikes and lobbying is lhal ol simply ap- lockouts resulted in a loss of pearinp before a congressional man days during Fcbru- comnullce or lo inch- ary. a sharp increase over fig- mpmhers in an atlempl nres Tor Ihc previous month and Io them lo an nndcrsland- (he corresponding period in ,ng of Ihe position ni tlieir em- U'71. 1'igures released tins week by Ihc federal labor dcparlmenl lo 731 SOSV.esI Uxpicr Toronto industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quotes) MINES fl m. i Placer Dcv. i P.C. Exp Quotec "an Radios 5herrill Gcrdtn Silver Winer Sleep RKk 2 70 Gf Cdn OH 1 -1 Gl Lakss Pip Guir on cdd 17 -7 i GroyhoLnd. Imnnr 111 nil 73 75 traffic. No home will he more than i flOO yards from a bus slop The busu'uy will be extended as j necderJ In keep pace with Ihe j prowth of (lie town, to a tolal of j 1 1? miles in the late 1970s. j Recognition of (lie value ol I R n n c o r n 's experiment was made in 1070 when the povcrn- show a loss of 17 man-days for i every ployevs and to press them support that position. Many lobbyists are phnsl-wn' cls (O'r speeches delivered hy 10.000 days worked by congressnu-u, ami also dr.v.v up i paid workers in all industries i introduced into Hie Senate i except agricuUurc. A total of j or of Hepresenlatives. CalaarV livestock 27'071 employees wore iiivoliTd others aim their appeals at s i" 77 work stoppages. j middle-rank civil servant.'-. CALGARY fCP) Receipts I" January. 137.370 man-days j whose studies and reports lay at the Calgary livestock mar- were lost as a result of strikes j ihc basis for major decisions by kel to 11 a.m. were mainly j and lockouts ami the ratio was i lne government that might hen- sleers and cows moderately active. with trade nine man-days Jostjor every I by millions of dol- Higli I-ow May 'JBG :n Jly 27 Oct 27 Nov Jlapcscnl Vancouver Jim 2( Nov 2.J.VJ 2 Uapcscnl Thumlrr Hay 7 iO Upper 1 V2 Willrcy V.'irdlai 279" i 277-.i I 85 "4 31 ;s 6S.M Abilibj INDUSTRIALS May Jly Ocl Oats May i Jly Oi-L Flarlcv Rvc May I- JJy Oct I1 205'.B 255' 2W IV) 217 101 !09 102- Kelly Deng A Utb l-oblaw A Slrvfs 30 30 B7'i I 7i I M C W N. Gss CPR Com in CoriS I A 75 17 JO 13.35 33 371' CO v.JS 7 16.75 :D er-i 21 ,co IS 75 u ;s monl awarded a 75-pcr-cenl Slaughter slccrs were 2.1 to grant lowards tlic million SO cents lower; slaughter heif- ronslruction costs o( Ihe bus- crs were steady, qunlity con- way. Second in the list for govern- ment help lo provide such an amenity is Beddilch new town. In June. 1971, Hie department of days worked. The rate in i or help a group whose only Fchruary was 13 man-days ajm ]5 ,o siclercd; good cows were steady as were good bulls. Choice slaughter steers to 35.50, good 34 to M.TD, mecli- 32 lo 34. Good heifers 32.75 Tlie main work stoppages WIT concentrated in Quebec where tncKltcal or scienlific research. m the environment approved a to 33.75, medium 30 to 32.7; 25 CO 20 3S ;5 Glr DAUKS NW INVESTMENTS LTD. NW EQUITY FUND LTD. NW GROWTH FUND tTD. NW FINANCIAL FUND LTD, For a confidential discussion call or wrile DICK BATEMAN, 609 10 St. S., Lelhbridge Ph. 327-5137 Opportunity For Youth THE ALBERTA SERVICE CORPS Anply now, if you are 13 or over. A rommunily, n oly project or in on nron of m on to I h on I lli your own vncn- lion. Wort; whnro you ntnko thn dif- ference. for full informaHon, phone 328-9686 THE ALBERTA SERVICE CORPS Doni Siorc Dome Pel- Dotasco fjranl of nearly million lo- the bill for building Mic first three miles of n special 15-mile bus-only route. Ultimately this will involve Hit; construction o( seven miles of now rond cosling mil- lion and adaptation of eiglit miles of existing roads. i Rcdditcli Ihe public trans- port route is again in a figure- eight with connections from it lo regional bus routes Temporarily, until the lowii development and traffic loading Beef futures WINNIPEG (CPl Uvo hcpf futures close Tuesday. Mav 3J.BO; Scp-.'JZ.lOX. volnmc; N'o coo- Good cows 27 In 23 with young- SCHOLARS IN PEKING HONG KONG (Reuler) A 1'nited States delegation of UIP Commillee of Concerned Asiati Scholars arivefl in Peking 'I'uesday at (he invitation of Mm (CPI Crows i China travel and tourism hu- Xcsl Industries Ltd. reports net i reau, Ihc New China nous Report profit profil of Sl.lliG.371 or SI.33 share compared with a net loss oi in and a loss of S1.515.4G7 in 18G9. the transition from I log prices EDMONTON (CPI Aver- n ..._ _______ ______ age prices to 11 a in, provided mining and processing coal lo by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 28.15. average Tliesday 28.13. agency reporled Wednesday. Red Deer: 28 20, Tuesday 23.18. Calgary; 23.15. average Tuesday 23.15. Let Abridge: No falcs, aver- age. Tuesday 28.19 Lloyrtminslcr: sales, av- erage Tuesday 27.K1. Grande Prairie: N'o sales.' average Tuesday 28.40. Tolal hops sold Tuesday M.- 26G, average 28.14, sows aver-, aged 20.05. reliance on wood for operating profits, we had an extended period without earn- ings." said Thomas K. Glecd, average chairman, in the annual report. ''At this writing we are well t n v. a r c! the end of the first quarter of 1972 and find profil- able operations conlinuing." he said. "Working caniial now cx- cceds lotal ohligalions." STANDARD AUTO PARTS LTD. 315 8lh 51. S. Wislies lo announce the appoinlnlcnl cf Mr. T. R. L. (Tom) Randall ni ilio new Broncti Manager in lellibrHqe WARWICH HILTON [President) stocks (Supplied liy nicliardson Securillca oT CnnRtfa) T IS Snr? 11 t.W Gc-tcl'. 179 fS up il 19 M Oil o' N J. 71 in Wclals 95.3J .15 '-i 2S C-uif v.'tsl ?3l-'6 ur 1 cs 3] 7S Co. .1? U1 i Vnlurnp 1 tr i v.ix coi-p ;j NEW YORK AVERAGES '.Voofwcrfh IndLrsl 9W 54 up J IS ?3 fl1 3 ?i) RaiH 81 up 9! 111 11 IS UlililiDS l.n M Oddities in SAN'TA ('HUX. Calif. 'Al't The only public swimming pool in Santa Cni7, is allowing mothers (o fccri tlioir infnnls al (he pool. Three (if Hie molhci5 did so (mlay williout interior e n c o. l.iisl offi- ci.ilfi had nskcd one mnlhcr lo qiiil feeding her child. just not going lo make any Ing deal about it.1' vnul Paul Thill gen. tho city's rrciTalion super inlcnrtenL "The roasnn v.c aclcd in the fii'sl place 'on Friday) was fccc.insp we rrcnived a rom- plriinl." Four young nursing moth- cvs, members of n group called the Swim for Lunch Bunch, said in a statement that they had the right "lo feed our babie.s anywhere." They .srvid brcnst-fecdinc; is "a natural necessary act M- h i i h can bci done div ri'clly "We dn nol want nnrtunng our children to lie confusrd with exhibitionist, nudity." They said Nicy had not re- lurncil