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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Weaker trend evident today L LAST BID OK SALE fl.m. Quotes) a.m. a.m. Ouoles) WESTERN OILS Imlnex Ita East Gal fhlanti Ol? Gat i Souln Ex Gas rfn Homcsld n. Ind GAS Oil In superior In Long Is iar1er Dome Pels Plains Cdn OH :hlel ..rfh Cdn ON Jumec anedn Pclft an Ocean errol lace Gas 5.5! 7.30 Oil Husky Oil B Husky Oil 31.37M) Inter Prov 13.1? Inter Prov Steel 5.30 Res 7.SO MGF Miinngi 350 Pacific Pete Rainier 8.B7VV Teledyna ,5i) Wtsl Cdn Seed 4.90 White Yukon 10.25 %Ves1 field CALfiARY 34-00 Acroll 660 OH 1.65 Madiion 1.65 Morrhi Cont 14.75 Wester Warner 17 00 Mulual Mulual Ac 5.6S 15.35 9.75 3.95 2.7D 33.75 Mutual Or Wat Res W Fin N VI Gr Quolei) 5 3J 4 4S 4.90 .04 .15 .01 prtFKiryi R oyfuna UnHed Ac S.6? Unlversnf Sav B Cmnw Venl 7 52 VANCOUVER MIMES AnuK Artlle Mining Affai Explor Bath Norse IS, 37 Janger elteni 'olal 19.50 14.75 13'SO PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gas A 54, 0y senior newspaper execu- tives across Canada in a svir- ;ey of their reading of Die current economic situation. The survey was taken as ex- ecutives gathered in Toronto ror the annual meeting of The Canadian Press, Canada's na- ;ional news-gathering co-oper- ative. Their replies noted some prospects for reduction of un- employment levels despite problems in certain areas or industries. They made these other gen- eral points: is a general uneasi- ness among businessmen about new tax legislation, hut this does not appear to affect plans of stable industries. -There appears to be no backlash against United States economic controls, --There does not appear to be a strong, organized consumer reaction to rising prices but there may be some changes in buying patterns, MOOD BUOYANT Tom Green, editor of Winni- peg Tribune, saJd "the general mood of the area is buoyant, with some depressed pockets such as Thompson in the mining He said there has been no backlash against U.S. econo- mic moves. "Foreign capital Is too im- portant to this area to permit very strong feelings of econo- mic nationalism, except among academics." William Thomson, executive vice president and general manager of Regina Leader- The researcher report "very high" noise levels from venti- lating systems and slcan; pipes al a number of campus loca- tions, warned that the levels may cause harmful He also recommends that (he cul and physical effects, and suggests a more thorough i of this problem. Mr. Martin says the 652 tons of paper wastes is a conserva tive estimate and Includes paper towels, general paper, envelopes, computer c a rds printing service supplies, news- print, and staff waste paper. He recommends (he U of A adopt a system used at tht University of British Columbis in which high grade papei wastes are placed in cardboarc barrels by office workers, re- moved by janitors, and thcc recycled. A profit o( could be realized, he says. Referring to earlier research that gallons of various cbeiniea 1 wastes are discharg- cd info city sewers by the uni ver.sily each month, a chemica' waste disposal plant should he developed al the university as 'quickly as he says. Sucli a facility was undei construction at UBC. Although acknowledging thai he city already has sewage .reatment facilities, Mr. Martic says be has linen (old that the university's discharged chemi- cals could "knock out" city's "bacteria digester" ma- chines. The problem of radioactive wastes has been greatly Im- proved on (lie campus during the last year but current regu- Post, said unemployment dur- ng the last two years had its greatest effect oti retail trades. After a difficult lfi7fl. how- ever, retail business began to up and since the last half of 1971 lias been steadily im- Ross Munro, publisher of Ed- monton Journal, .said retail merchants and major car deal- ers "are very bullish these days." But, he said, there still is considerable concern about new federal tax laws. is no certainly that anyone understands them yet and this might have a negative effect on some businesses." Stuart Underbill, publisher of Victoria Times, said uncertain- ty about tax laws has not in- terrupted expansion plans for "stable industries." The consumer mood for tra- vel, leisure and higher-priced items 'remains buoyant" and merchants report business has been brisk. MARQUESS EAST GR1MSTEAD, England (AP) Dudley Galdstone Gor- don, aa, the third Marquess of Aberdeen, died Sunday, the marquess, a godson of Victorian prime minister William Gald- stone, was a lending business- man, sportsman and musician. lation procedures still have "several weak For example, radioactive li- quids are supposed to be dilut- ed according to federal stand- ards before being poured down drains. However, there was na way of knowing whether la- boratories were being cautious. Mr. Martin's study was dona on behalf oE STOP, an acronym for Save Tomorrow Oppose Pollution. (Supplied By Richardson Securities oT Canada) Golds off ,W 71.76 10 Base Mel 97.76 r.ff .34 118.75 1i W Oils off ,13 31.TJVj 46.75 NEW YORK AVERAGES 30 Inrfust ?64.13 off 1.59 70 Rails 17336 off .32 15 UfilUies 110.69 Amr T and T 43.00 Sears Anaconda Std Oil of NJ. Delh Steel 3J Texas Cult Chrysler 3S.87Va Texas Co Comsat 63-00 Wiclces Corp Dupont 171.35 WocKvwIh GCA Elec 53.55 stee, In! Harvester Ward 3a37W ZO tndust 201.97 off .05 Volume 75 Is'''1 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slocks 33232 cfl -SI Jobless parley [cGeer's plan VANCOUVER (CP) Dr. Patrick McGeer, Liberal party leader in British Columbia, has called on the federal and pro- vincial governments to convene n non partisan conference to find solutions to what he calls the "intolerable unemployment situation in British Columbia." The request for a conference, to discuss possible steps that government, business and labor might take to overcome unem- ployment problems, was con- tained in telegrams Io Prime Minister Trudeati and Premier Bennett. Dr. McGeer proposed that Net earnings FaTconbrfdge Copper Ltd., three months ended March 31: 1972, 2G.G Cents a share; 1971, 13 cents. Oronsn Mountain Resorts nine monlhs ended Feb. 29: 1972, 1971, F r a s e r Cos. LM., three months ended March 25: 1972, loss, 23 cenls a share; 1971, 30 cents. International Paints (Canada) Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1971, 1970, Jnutcl Copper Mines Ltd., three months ended March 31: 1972, 4.2 cents a share; 1971, 4.3 cents. Maple 1-enf Gardens Ltd., six monlhs ended Feb. 29: 1972, a share; J97i, the proposed conference In- clude representatives of labor and management ns well as leaders of provincial opposition parlies. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Oilseeds were on a weaker price pattern at mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Rapeseed was as much as four cents lower in Thunder Bay positions as commission house selling met with limited support at lower levels. Olher commodities had a dull trade. Volume of trade Friday in- eluded bushels of flax, of rye and of rapesced. MID-SESSION Flax: May lower 2.873i; July I'.i lowe 2.85i4; Oct. 1 low- er Nov. '.I lower 2.84. Rapcseed Vancouver: June low'er 2.7-1Vi; Sep. lower N'ov. 2'.j lower Jan. 1 lower 2.601-i. Rapeseed Thunder B a y: May 4 lower July 4'.4 lower 2.61; Oct. lower 2.56; Nov. 1 lower 2.57. Oats: May unchanged 683i: July unchanged 68'i; Oct. not open. Barley: May, July and Oct. not open. Rye: May '.i lower July higher Oct. higher 1.02. BRAVO FOR BRUNDAGEI In Weekend Magazine this Sat- urday, W. P. Adorns, osscciaic prciesscr of geography ot Trent Universify in PelerbcraugVi, supports Avery Brundage'i contention thai a strong ornareur sports organization is In the best interest of players, spedalors, and even pro- LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Enjoy Luxury and Privacy wiih FR5E ESTIMATES 2x4's Construction Grade Spruce Per lineal fool Vf Ix6's CotistrucJion Grade Spruce IxS's Construction Grade Spruce Per lineal foot 4x4 Construction Grade Fir Ports ,68 s foot a ,92 Each, only ;