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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta prices Winnipeg Grain WINNTPKG (CP) Rape-seed continued to move to lower price levels on active trading at mid-session today on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Vancouver rapeseed had most o! the activity and dropped up to four points on commission hor.se r-nd local selling. Exporters were good buyers early in the session. Most other commodities had a 'it trade. Thursday's volume of trade was hushels of flax, of rye and of MID-SESSION Flax: Oct. and Nov. not open; Dec. higher 2.39' May not open. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. lower 3.08; Nov. lower 2.95K; Jan. SKlower 2.B3-14; 2Vt lower F rseed Thunder Bay: -t. unchrngcd 2.87; Dec. and open. OaLs: Oct. unchanged 69; Dec. not open1 May unchanged Barley; Oct. unchanged Dec. higher I.OB'.z; M'V la Rye: Ocl. higher 997i; Dec. Vs higher Mya Hz higher l High Low Close ..Flax Oct 242'i 242 242'i Nov 242Vz 211 Dec 239'i 239 May 249 Rapeseed Vancouver Scp 309 307 3083 i Nov 294% 29512 Jan 292'i ?3a3J 289U Mar 283% Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oe1 288 284 Dec 274% May 281 28012 281 Oats Oct 69 DCL 69l-i May Barley Oct IOS'.B jonn Dec 108 Vz 1083s May 103% lOS'.i Rye Oct 30) 5i 99'i Dec 97'.i MSs May 102 quotations Vancouver, Calqnry, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Koacttouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE A.m. Quotes, a.m. ouolei) a.m. Quolcul WESTERN OILS Hugh Russell 18.50 Corp InvMI Almlnex 5.75 Husky OH 17.25 Corp Invest S F 1.99 Alia East GBS 5.05 Husky Oil B 42.75 Dreyfus F U.S. 12.01 13.1 Asamera 20.50 HUEky Oil War 7.60 Grow Equity 4.49 7. 1 Ashland 13.0'l Inter Prov Pipe 12.00 Grouped Inc S 3.52 3.B BP Oil Gas 7.15 Inter Slee Pipe 7.00 Invest G F 10.80 ll.B Can South 5.80 Cdn OccldenUI Invest Mur 5.26 5.7 Cdn EX Gas 4.15 Joulel .72 MuJ 5.3J S 9 Cdn Homesld 10.50 Kaller Res 5.75 Grow F 5.01 5.5 Cdn Home Pld 21.00 Kam Kntia .50 N at 1 Cdn Ind Gas Oil Ii.75 Lake Dufaulf K.75 JJ- w- jjj J, Cdn Long Is .73 L Ont Porl Cem 2.50 J" "fi'" Cdn Suplr 45.00 W1GF Manage 2.00 Gro" JJ' Cen Del Rio 1S.81V, Mentor .85 Grow 17 97 79 i: Charter 5.TO Newconex 550 475 5 2! Chieltan 7.00 Pacific Pete 35.00 nn lersal 79 Dnme Pete 110.50 Rank Org 21.0D Un VANCOUVER Dynamic Pels .97 Selk Hold 15.00 Gl Plains 3350 Sliell Can 36.50 Jrcllc Mining -08V Lochiel 1.25 Shell Inv fit 36.00 Exolora -3 Mill City 1.5B Shell inv Wls Balhurst 1.30 New Cont .70 sick Rainier 2.75 Bpln copper North Cdn Oil 7.45 Teledyne 4 40 B1'ock Bros. Uumac 10.B772 West Cdn Seed rf.50 Brenda Pcrmo .53 Yukon 12.00 B C Sugar Pelrol 1.30 CALGARY B.C. Sugar Pld 16.25 Pinnacle Cnplain Inlernat 7.37V Place Gas 1 33 Acroll .81 Cnurchln copper JO ponder i 'Si Columbia Cell 3.60 Ranger 13.62'.', Norln Conl .03 Cred 1 00 Scurry Rain 20.37V, Creslorook F Ind 5.00 Sponner 1.85 Wesl Warner .38 croyden -21 Total 8.10 PIPE LINE STOCKS Dolly Varden .30 W Dpcalta 7.00 Alta Gas TLA -'6.50 Dynasty 7." MISCELLANEOUS Alta G T L Pld 73.50 Fort Reliance -43 INDUSTRIES Nil Gas 23.50 Giant Mascot S.30 incf 68715 Con Wesl Net G 16.75 Grsnlsle H-25 AICO Ind 800 Inland Nat Gas 12.25 Growers B 2.75-Awatalne N and C Pld 30.00 Key Industries Rrit Hiiri 5 75 Pac Trans Id. 00 Hys rln Brit A 3050 N C P'd r2 S MOO Gal Melro s'75 ln'emal Msr "T! J; 5 y. Gaz Melro 67. CO Kamloops Copper 09V Cdn Hydro car 15.12% j cd p Mm 7.BO cd" p Minerals 1 70 CPR Pld 11.00 Tra cdn P P A 63.25 New Imp Mines ,B1 Crowsncsl Ind 22.00 Trans p War okanagan Helicop 5.37V, Cygnus A 5.25 Weslcoasl Trans 25.62V: Plains Pete Cvqnus B 5.75 pac 6 50 .10 Cum Prop 12.00 flG F 2.90 pyramid .40 Gl Cdn Oil S 5.1i cdn Com 7.97 8.71 Sliver Sid. 1.32 Gt Cdn Oil 6-75 100.00 All Cdn Dlvid 902 9.B6 Stampede Inl'l Res .82 Home A 32.35 All Cdn Vent 3.57 3.90 Texmont .45 Home B 33.50 Ameri Grow F 5.69 6.25 .38 Home Pitlld 2.25 cdn Invest F 4.56 4.99 West Mines 3.'.0 Hud Bay Co 18.50 Collect Mul 6.22 6. 63 Westcr-'sl Rei .03 Hud Bay Oil 46 00 Common Inter 13 62 14.97 Wesl Explora .17 Hud Bay Oil Pld 5B.OO Common Lev 3.55 3.90 Ulka 26 Toronto mutes, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities o[ Canada LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quoin) a.m. Quoieil rm. Quotes) MINES Opemiska CAB 13.00 Acme .2BVa Oslsko .28 Of imer 62 50 Advocate Asb. 2.02 Pallno 19.7S fl Akaitcho .47 Pine Point 2S.50 Gt cdn 5'15 Black Bay Placer Dev. 28. OQ Gen Motors 77.50 Braiorne 2.00 P.C. Exp. .95 Gt LakM Pflp HK Broulan .25 Men .15 H Bethlehem 16.62W Rayrock 1.1B Gulf Oil cda BrunswIcK 1.95 Radiore .28 Greyhound Canada Tung- 1.95 Rio Algom 15.50 Hawker Sid 2.70 Cassiar 21.25 Roman Corp. 6.10 Huron, Erte 21. Wk Cenlral Pat. 2.0J Sherrlll Gordon 15.37 Va Hirflm Walk 37.15 Vj Chimo 1.28 Silver rAller Imperial OH B.tO Steep Rock 2.16 Imperial Tob JO.OD Cons. Rambler 1.73 Tek Corp. 5.7 Inl Nickel 32.75 Coin Lake .12Va Texmonl .A Inl pipe 28.00 Coctienour .37 Upper Canada 2.1 Inv Gp A T.ttVi Craigmont B.90 Weslern Mines 3.0 Int UtilillGS 39.35 Dicker-ion mines 1.25 Wright Hargreavcs Indus! Accept 1B.55 Denison Mines Wilroy .8 Lauren llde 8.55 Deer Horn OS Windfall .1 Kelly Dourj A D'Eldona .6! Yellownnlfa Bear 5.10 Loeb 4.0Q Dome Mines 7200 Zenmac Lohlaw 5.75 Donalda .09 e -Velro Stores J125 Discovery Mines .90 INDUSTRIALS Massey Ferg 11.00 East Malartlc 1.05 Ablllbl 7.1 ?'A McMillan Bloe Sullivan 3.00 Alcsn '3 Moore Corp 36.25 Falccnbridge 92.50 Algoma Steel 13.25 Molsons A 18.00 Frobex .24 Ako Ind 800 Molsons B 17.50 Firs) Marilimes .95 Allan Sugir Norih, Cent Giant Y.K. B.65 Bell Tel Power Corp rf.H Bovis 200 Brazil Trac 18-2S Price Co. 7.75 Granduc 5.50 B.C. Tel 42.50 Rolhmans Headway R.L. 6.00 Burns SI. Law Corp 19.W Hollinqer 07.51) B C. Forest 19.50 Shell CDA 36 25 Hudson Day M-S 22.37'A B.C. Suoar Simpscn's 50.1 3'A Hytfra Ex. 32.37 Vj CAE Ind 4.75 Simp Sears 26.50 Hydra Ex. .19Va Cdn Brew 7.00 Slecl of Can 25.50 Ircn Bay 3. IS Chemcell 5.50 Selkirk A 15.00 Iso Col Cellulose 3.60 Texaco 33.35 Joliet Quebec .27 Cat Power Traders Gp A 15.00 Kerr Addison B.HQ Coron Credit 1-00 Trans Pp 24.25 Key Anacon .31 C.W.N. Gas Trans Can 34.37 Vi 33 00 Cdn Indus) 13.15V? Union GBS Lake Shore 3.00 Canada S 5 30.50 Union Oil J7 DO Lanqls Silver H rdi Marconi 2.9S Versalile Mfg 375 Madsen R L -90 Cdn Vlckeri Wesleel 13.00 MalarMc G.F. .67 Chrylser 16. Union Car 17.50 Marlin McNeely 9.00 CPR W.OO Weslon's B 1B.OO Maclntyre 81.00 2J.M Woodward's A 24.50 Mela -12 Cons Bath 8.50 WesP Cdn 3d -1.50 Midrim -21 Cons Gas Zenilh Elec l.BO Inlern Moaul 1037'-'] Dlst Sea 5550 BAUU-I New Alhona .l-'Vi Dom Bridge M13V4-- HANKJ New Calumet .21 Domtar 12.50 Can Imperial 23.25 NEW Imperial -30 Dom Textile 17. W Montreal 16.12'.i Norsnda Dom Stores 13-25 Nova Scotia 26.25 NorlhqalB B.50 Dome Pele 110.50 Royal Norlcx Dofasco 24.25 Tor-Dom 25.25 Neto York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T 4375 Montgom W Golds 189.10 up 1.0-1 ft ,ja Sears 8700 10 Base Al flS.U oil .T> Anaconda 1B.OO rf N ]5 Q of( Ofi Belh Sleel Texas Gulf 11575 Volume Chrysler Texas Co. vnoie avFBflflPS Comsal Wicks Corp NEW YORK AVCRACES Dupcnt 141.75 Woolworth 48.00 30 Indusl 856.60 olF outlined GIBBONS (CP) The AJ-berta Liberal party favors a siveeping change in the farm commodity insurance plan to provide 100-per-cent coverage for all farmers, party leader Bob Hussell said here. The plan would cover all farm produce, animals and crops and would require no cash outlay at the beginning of a crop year, he said. All farmers would automatically belong (o the plan. OTHER HIGin.IGTITS Mr. Eussell was outlining his party's agricultural policy at a farm forum. Other highlights: A minimum floor price for si] farm commodities, agreed upon by all provinces. The development of land use plans for areas surrounding large urban centres to prevent land speculators from buying from farmers and then selling the land "at huge profits." Establishment of an Alberts power and waler authority lo provide "power al cost" to farmers and develop a systematic program of water control anC reclamation. Development of a veterinary college at Athabasca University in St. Albert. Better delivery systems for feed grains in Western Canada, crmbaUiDg imported U.S. corn. PAY PERCENTAGE Mr. Russell said the commodity insurance program would be established by a Literal government, using revenues from oil and gas initially. Farmers irould pay a poJ by Russ tage of their crop value at the end of the year when the produce is sold. The percentage would likely be "less than one per cent." Mr. JliKscll said present crop insurance programs are "wholly inadequate" and added that 20 per cent of Alberta farmers are not covered. An in :lior system would b2 established lo ensure that fanner- care for the crops or animals adequately and if hail or slruck to make sure that far' ers make bona jell attempts to reclaim what thej can before applying for cover age. IjT review Iwards, contain Ing local fr mere, would ban die disputes about coverage. f Rus'-ll :id he is con vincc'' 1. I o agriculliTe from OlUwa to th< provinces must occur EO tha to farmers can be 1m proved. This won1'1 involve transfer o federal programs nnd funds h the p evinces "without string attached." Market in most TORONTO (CP) Base melal issues edged fractionally lower, while prices in all other sectors of Uie Toronio stoclc market were higher in slow mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials were up .09 to 176.46, golds .83 to and western oils .93 to 236.51. Base metals were down .07 to 89.33. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down Irom at the same time Thursday. Advances and declines were about even, 9B to 96, with 162 issues unchanged. Strongest sectors were merchandising, oil refining, cbsmi-cal nnd utilities. Ten of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups moved higher. STEELS DECLINE Banking, pipeline, real estate and steel issues posted fractional declines. Pacific Pete was up Vz to S35, Falconbridge Vi to Bell li to Tara Vi to 514'i. Scurry-Rainbow Ts to ard Numac to Alberla Gas Trunk rose "i to Inco Vs to Gull Oil lo Canadian Homestead 1.4 to and Calgary to 52614. Bow Vallcv was donw 'z lo S273i, CP Ltd. Vz to SM, sectors Vi to J17Vi. Mclntyre 2 to AquiLaine lo and Dofasco Vi to LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL fCP) Prices were up in most sectors in light trading on Ihe Montreal stock market loday. Combined volume on Ihe Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was 301, 000 shares compared with at the same time Thursday. On index, the composite rose .51 to 180.64, industrials .38 to 152.11, ulilitics .38 to 152.11 and banks .21 to 20.79. Papers fell 46 lo 81.23, Highlighting gains, Bell Canada and Pacific Petroluem each rose Vz to 4IW1 and S35 respectively and Imperial Oil and Shell Canada each to and respeclively Among declines, Crush International dropped to and CP Ltd. and Aquitaine Canada Ltd. Vz each to and respectively. NEW YORK (AP) The stock market moved with little direction today on slow trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down .73 to S51.2B. Gainers led losers by 6-to-5 among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. T Associate'' Press 60-stock avei--3 was off .3 at 307.4 at noon. Ar. near Ktanclan was up 'a to Utah Construction and Mipi-'p i 1'i to Royal Dutch down 5s to Eli-' c'f 3i to and T-ans Id Airlines ihead Vi at I'cT-'.yre Porcupine was down a. and Dome Mines off al 571 5i. Canadian Pacific lost 'I it Walker-Gooderham was up at S37. Ahead Vi were Granby Mining, al and International Nickel, at On the American Stock Exchange, Asamera Oil was down to and Imperial Oil up 'a al Canadian Javelin lost to while Scurry Rai-K Oil was up 'a at fare war in MONTREAL (CP) Five airlines believe a price war hcn-efitting North Atlantic passengers will continue following the breakdown of negotiations for a new fares price rffing Aer Lingus, the Irish state airline, announced Friday shar] cuts on flights between Noftl America and Ireland purchasec three months in advance. On Thursday, Air Canada, CF Air, BOAC of Britain, and Luft hansa of West Germany saic they intended lo introduce cut rate fares. Earlier this summer, airlines flying Ihe North Allan lie roule inlroduced round-trif fares of about ?200 for youths in an altempt to meet strong compelition from charter opera tors. A meeting by 40 airline mem bers of Ihe international Ail Transport Association began ii Montreal June 29 lo hammer oul a new rale struclure for North Allanlic routes but tht talks broke down Wednesdaj after 44 days when Lufthansa cast a sole dissenting vole against a fares package tha featured cheaper excursion am 3'outh fares. BYPASS IATA The five airlines then an nounced plans to go ahead with their own lower rates outside Ihe IATA structure. Lufthansa has until Sept. 1 tc change its mind and passengers mighl have to wait until Feb. for new rales if Ihe Wesl toman airline mainlains ils posi lion. If it accepts the package instead, new rates would come into effect April 3. Aer Lingus fares for passen gers who book -three monlhs in advance for a 22-to-45-day slay n Europe will be S189 off season and S239.04 at peak holiday times for a New York-Dublin flight. The current regular economy return fare between Dublin anc New York is 5500. From Montreal it is Airline and IATA prices are quoted in U.S. funds. higher for Creston brewery CRESTON, B.C, (CP) Interior Breweries Ltd. of Creston, the smallest brewery ill British Columbia, reports sales increased almost 50 per cent during the 1970 1971 fiscal year, compared with a year previous. The company's annual report says sales in the last year were compared with a year earlier. Net income for the year ended March 3] iras or 35 cent a share, compared with or 26 cents a share last year. President H. W. (Blake) Blakely says the proracial ban on beer and liquor advertising will work a particular hardship on B.C. companies no access to advertising carry over from outside the province. The ban lakes effect Sept. unveils new models v LAKE OF THE OZAKKS, Mo. (AP) Profits are still the main aim of American business, Chrysler Corp. Vice-Chairman Virgil E. Boyd said Thursday at .he national press preview of his company's 1972 cars. "In the current quest for responsibility, it's important not .0 lose sight of the basic reason 'or our existence, which is to produce quality products at reasonable prices and return a irofit to our Boyd said. Today, the products of Dodge division were unveiled and, like other Clirysler lines, are lilUe changed from 1971 models. Chrysler Chairman Lynn Townsend said Wednesday that while few changes are visible in he new Chrysler products, the 1972 cars have been improved with "changes you can't see from the outside." President John Riccardo said an important step in improving quality is a continuing reduction n the number of models of-ered. In 1972, Chrysler will sell 04 passenger car models, down Irom 139 this year. "We are moving toward a substantial reduction in the complexity and chance of error n the assembly process by simplifying he Monarch Life sales higher WINNIPEG (CP) The Monarch Life Insurance Co. 5 a v s sales of individual and annuity insurance policies in the first six months of 1871 have increased 55 million over the million lotal for the same period last year. A company statement said assets totalled million al midyear, an increase of million over last year's totals. A rompany spokesman said the Winnipeg based firm expected to show a profit this year despite costs incurred by branch openings. A profit picture for the first six months' operation was not VALUE MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds was down 1-32 to SI .01 7-32. Pound sterling was down Vs lo ?2.Ws. NEW YORK (LP) Canadian dollar up 3-33 at 98 55-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling off 1-64 at patldlers may write history FORT McMURRAY (CP) -Two Americans are making a determined bid for a place in Canadian history by paddling from Montreal to the Bering Sea. Verlan Kruger, 49, of Lansing, Mich., and Clint Waddell, 36, of St. Paul, Minn., have been paddling and portaging since April 16. If they reach their objective before the rivers freeze, they'll be the firsl men in history to accomplish the leal hi one season. Fort McMurray is about 250 miles north of rwEwn 3y Gene Fawcelle THE LATEST DISPATCH FSOV, THE CAWCEP FRONT ISTHAT CERTAIN VIRUSES CAN CHANGE A CELL'S SURFACE SO IT CANNOT RECEIVE SleNALS THAT AAISHT STOP UNCONTROLLED REFRCCUCTOK.1. TAP DMA VIRUSES, FCLYCMA AND SMic, HAVE SO FAR SEEM C1SCCVERED... Sf? THIS OOULD POOVETOBe A MAJOR yout may be sj EDMONTON (CP) The vole of 18-year-olds will not have much effect on the results of the Aug. 30 general election, snys Attorney General Edgar Gerhart. 'A'ineleen year olds have been able lo vole in Alberta since he said iu vote iread menling on the lowering of the voting age to 18 at the last session of the legislature. Mr. Gerhart said he expected the new youth vote would be spread among all contending parties. Although he had had "a good deal of reservation'' about lowering the drinking age to 18 years, he said young people have many adult responsibilities and deserve a vote of confidence. The drinking age was lowered along with the voting age. "Today's youth are no more intelligent than we were but they arc more able to make use of what they have.1' He also said the only solution lo Ihe problem of off-track belling is for the federal government to turn Ihe decision over lo Ihe provinces as it did with lotteries. Alberta was unique because par! mutual betting is operated by local community organizations like the Edmonton Exhibition Association, he said. Tin's system worked well because it provided communities w 1 1 h funds, but he would object to private concerns becoming to run EDMONTON (CP) Alderman Julian Kinisky said Friday he will run for mayor in the Oct, 13 civic election. The alderman was elecled lo cily council in November in a byeleclicn lo fill the vacancy left by the dealh of his mother, Julia Kiniski. battle halted By THE CANADIAN PRESS Billions ot ravenous army worms continued a devastaling march across expensive Prairie rapeseed fields loday while farmers and flyers worked agninsl the weather and the effects of the highly-toxic chemical called Lamiale. Spraying by air and on the ground was hailed lale Thursday aflemoon when fain swepl across mosl of Saskalchewan. The worms, which appeared early in Aiigusl, have infested an estimated one million acres of rapeseed in Saskatchewan, in Alberla and in Manitoba. Rapeseed, used in vegetable oils, has fast become one of Ihe West's most valuable crops and is worth about an ncre. Lannolc, n substitute for DDT which has been banned in Canada, has liccn flown in from Houston, Tex. Farmers generally say that it is doing a good job bul there was concern over ils effects on humans nnd farm slock. Al least 37 persons, 31 in Saskatchewan, have been Irented in hospital for Lnnnale poisoning. Health officials say flint inhaling Ihc chemical can be falnl and have urged fanners to wc.ir respirators nnd protective U.S Sleel 27.67'j IS Ufillf I13.M -0? Irt Harvesl 55.50 TORONTO AVERAGES 45 Slocks 289.99 Up .48 Kcnn Ccpper 31.12Vi 20 Indusr 176.15 off .S2 Volume i AUGUS OF DODGE T CLEARANCE TIRES -WHILE STOCKS LAST EXAMPLE OF THE MOST POPULAR SIZES CHRYCO 100s _ _ 825 x 14" or 15" 4 "f Qk White Sidewalk. 1 M VW Reg. 21.35 plus installation. 1 NOW IBi 1 Lefh bridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Light, receipts to 11 a.m of 500 head, practically all replace rant yearling sleers. Trade was active. Slaughter catllc on offer sold in line with Thiirso'ay's closing prices. Choice steers 31.75 lo 32.20, gcocl 30.50 (o .11.50, medium 28.75 to 30.25. Chnice heifers 27.75 to 28.50, good 26.75 to 27.75, medium 25.50 to 26. M. Good cows 22.25 to 23, medium 21 to 22, canners and cutters 19 lo report Gcod bulb 25.50 to 27.50. Replacement cattle met a pood demand at steady prices. Good slock calves were scarce, selling steady. Good feeder steers under 750 pounds, 34 to 36, 750 pounds up 31 to 33. Good feeder heifers 600 pounds up 27.50 to 2S.80. Gmd stock steer calves under 400 pounds 42 to 50. Hogs average base pricu Congratulations to Polfy Higgins of -FORT WHOOP-UP AGENCIES LTD. who wai recently presented with the SALESMAN OF THE MONTH AWARD for the monlh oF July Tfiii award li proienlcd monthly by tho lolhbritlqo Real Board to tho lop ronl laloiman In killed at Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) Five person including two four-year old children, were killed Wednesday night and two children were in serious condition in hospitn following a car true.: collision in the west end. The victims were identified Thursday .is Peter Zaroslak, 65, liir daughter in law, Bernice Zaroslak, 27, an dher daughter, Tern' Lyn, 4, and Mrs. rister. Joyce Jean I-Iamcl, 32, and Mrs. Ilamel's four year old son, liandv Joseph. In serious condition in hospi-l.il were In'o other children, oivr o feach of the families: Brenl. Znroslnk, 8, nnd Diana llai'iel, 11. All arc from CROWN _ G73 x 14" or 15" It UB% While Sidewalli. Reg. 41.75 plus inslallou'on. NOW increase for reporters QUEBEC (CP) Le Soldi and (ho Union of Quebec Jour-nalisls signed n collective agreement here providing editorial staff with a 23-per-ccnl wage increase and protection in the event reporters are asked to divulge confidential sources of information in court. The contract provides a 1 minimum weekly salary of re'.ronctivc lo Dec. 14 for 140 reporters nnd proofreaders with six years' an increase of 10.5 ,wr ccnl over the p-cvious limit. Increases of will be added on Dec. 14, 1071 ami Ilic snmc date in 1972, bringing Hie six-ycnr minimum lo BEITED G78 14" or 15" O O HS While Sidewalk V W Reg. 46.85 plus installation. NOW prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices lo 11 a.m. provided hy (he Alberta Hog Producers MarkelinR Board: Edmonton: 22.90. Average Thursday 2.1.20. Her! Deer: Nil. Average Thursday 2.1.50. Calgary: 23. as Average Thursday 2D.97. l.c 1 hh r ill pc: Nil. Average Thursday 22.80. Uoydminslcr: Nil. Average Thursday Total hops sold Thursday, Average Total sows sold Thursday 60. Average Ave. and llfh CHRYSLER Dl "WE CARE K jummii] [2ESI SAUSSEJMCt 328-9271 ;