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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Werfnttffoy, December 20. 1972 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERAU> _ 25 Toronto mines, industrials am. Quoit D A4fV.aU Alb. By Richardson Securities ol Canada) LAST BID OH SALE Market declines in early trading TORONTO (CP; Prices on Volume by 11 a.m. war; the ToronUj slock market were shares cwnpared with hv.er in moderate Irade'l by trji sajm> lime The Lndustrial cor.iid- j and loan, industrial ered a major of mar- nrning, pipeline and general lrend.3, was clown .40 lo rnanulac-l'jring stocks we-e gote .M lo base, ainoTig sec-tors of Lhe mariet j metals .24 to S2.W and western showing the largest losses while r.a-. N if.'A IND'JITP.IALS 11.IS J> J5 7.7S O e-l Big contract with Soviet Union made j oil refining, j dLsing and steel issues were up i lJcclir.rs a slight lead over advancts, to 122, while Maple Leaf Gardens was oif 1 1 to E to UivH, GoisUr to SHU. Fal- cor.hridge Nickel H to S37 aid Alberta Gas Trunk 1o Peoples Department Sto'es WORCESTER, Mas. 'APIi NeirVa Co, Tuesday provitlera-- 4 cents to cccts a muJ-j-millioa-doHar contract 5 ceiis lo 75 to sell its maniifactijnrjg io abrasive slipped to the I-mon. Thie calls for the eon- of a manuJactu-ring plari'. in the So-.iec Union using Norton icd the sale of as the L'.S.S.R. East-bloc to J25'-i, EetMehem to aod Cam- no 20 to "GibraJtar Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherly, McCnaig Limited) LAST BfD OR SALE Coldstrearn lrJ cer.'-1; to Export Oil ar.d Ga-S dropped 10 cents to while j i Houston Oils iccreaied S to S3.75. j j LIGHT TP.ADE CP; Banks 1 Dili E-.-l Gil T..75 p.s'-'t- Protlucer.s suffer same hasic problem HALIFAX fCP) Federal Agriculture Minister Eugene Vi'niitn Tuesday fed from his tour of Cana- ada that prod'xers art nL'fer- ing from the same hasic prob- He told a w.'ws corJerer.ce his depbit.T.ftr.t to (io every- possible to Ci- nadiar: ?rnwers and to Uj He said all farmers want prices for gvxls. Vi'hic'h s national board cc-jld give them, rv. up-down r.uct'jatim at said rrs biggest in Canada is regional dLsparity, this reflect-s on the ir. the light trading on the Montreal 7na.-ket volume on the Mon- treal a-id Canadian stock tz- char.ges at II a.m. was shires, eompartd 443.317 i at the same lime Tuesday. i VtiSties dropped 10' 1.5'j.fjj, the cci.Tisosue .52 to Mi 05, jdustrials .32 to W3.K. and pa- pers .10 to W.w v-fii.'e rose .IE lo On the McGtreal stock Ez- change, Rapid Data 10 SLj'.i acd Frarjcarii Oil and Gas 1 to Sll'j while Southam Press dropped 1 to srjfji, and B.C. Te.'cphor.e '-z to On the E7- traded up NEW YORK 't-.P, Blue- chip issues were to- day from the of t'ros wee-k's sritacfcs in a settlemerit. However, tr.e res-t of Ihe s'.oir: re- in a weak condition. Tr.e noon Dow Jones average of SO industrial stocks was up to The gauge, made up of the po.-atiffis, had piunged 13.W. ct the ciose ar.d ,7 Tuesday after the stale- ate of negotiitiorj ar.d e reiurnptiw o! hea'.-y U.S. irrihL'.g ol Vietnam. y.v: tLe tyj-.v's imr.-ove- today, jec.'ining iii'jti :il wtr.urrjryired ti on ihe York Stock Ex- r.-.V.s V.'aJfcer G-i advar.ced i2 ui r.ir-siitt a: ar.d at Mv2 each advanoyi the de- d to M.VJ. I.'p v.ere .-ir. at s.-.d si S-J.77. FUHO5 El-xrV E--J-. Grain prices Winnipeg airline firms work V.TNNIPEG (CP) Hyc futures were up Ehfcrply al mid-bevriyn trxlay on the Wirmipeg Commodity Ezcftangc, air fares ing as much as 7'nimder Bay rapeseed ilso made good advances. Flax 'HeuUfr) A group of leading American wv-k. a nine-day Geneva (American airlines concenred conference ol tt airlines nvlne uure tn arrange up in nearby futures, while European airlines have worked these routes broke up without oaLs, barley and rye stowed r, provisional eir fare struc- reaching agreement on a new agreements, I'm smaller gains. turc frjr North AUanUc routes ITJ fare structure to compete Jn Vancouver Jan- j effect on April 1 neat had organized uary pnces were off a cent 1 a spokesman for while ouxir mouths advanced a (rrjav. rtr talks held last Friday, the European and ui'.h partidpatltm ol Trans and Alr Volume of trade Tuesday based on different bushels of flax, and roie categories of ol rye and of rape-5eed. Mid-session The rjiain airlines Involved In the talks were Pan American FJax: Dec. higher AirwayE, T.VA, Swissair, May higher 3.72A; July Dutch Airlines Vancouver: Jan. 1 lov.er 3.0.5A March 1 hJEber Air France and Air Swissair agreement aid June Hi higher 3. MA. others re-quire approval j Rapeseed Thunder Bay: air traJfic authorities ia 2 higher 2.87B; May 1'i higher VANCOUVER (CP) The A cornpanv Epokesman spokesmac 12. WE; July I higher 1 Oals: Dec. higher cf ol Kaiser Re- i M.7 miliion of trie sources Ltd. announced Tuts- is attributable In U-ie FEWER CATEGORIES :.fay S3A; July ?j day the authorization of about which will be replaced at" Ihe Swissair proposals. i higher ;B. million in write-dnvms in firm's eastern B.C. existing fares categories Barley: Dec. unchanged ihe carrvir.g value of equip- bv a more flexible lruc-k be reduced to seven or i l.MB; May higher mt.nt aryj preparation plant la- shovel operation costing alxiut on the I July Vi higher includir.z the firm's n million. _.iae ny's Rye: Dec. 1H higher l.OTA; ji-cutfc yard remaining million In normal, ..lay higher 1 .65 '..A; July fnis means an is due to certain J4-lo i 5'.7 higrfir I. MA. charge of about S7.4 million and faciEcies no f-avar.ee payment i Grain quo'.ts Tuesday (basis or 74 cents a Ehare in use at rCalser's re- i lare' a earnings. Kaiser ted' cre-i cen'llv- modified coal prtpara- i inclusive tour fare, youth High Low reportwi i ng I lien plant. The firm said it j a.fmity Ha of en- 01 cents -A-ould offer the dranlme for Tfie spokesman said the Dec K7 KP-i share in the nice because its performance return this mcrjnlainous terrain had not faz be'.v.ecn Zurich axd Rapeseed original expectations. v.iil sixHjt conj-Kaiser also announced Tues- pared S370.M for Jan ss-'e-.y related U) Calgary trd Kivirorjr.er.lal con-. planning exiitiEg oi-d projected pipeline rep) 1.V; Tr.e cTjrjtrsct for Ihe rf.udy 'O i: .T.. i fa or o' from TrarJe tcUvt s'-f.rs v.trt decline fo? sub- higher v.V.ri over Krxte up (o sir.ds are in the Fort No iLri'.tly htiftrs v. i ;rra y a re a 220 es srd ov'.-r of Edrfionton, v.ere dL'.c.rjsjnl'Xl up to v.x-re v.'ith Choir r- slaughter Ftters. V? 30, gorxl newsprint 3 4-3 20, rnHJurn K.Trl. Grxxl eras YORK 'AFi K7.v25.75, carintrs and crc of 19-23.50- bulls in Ihe Replactmerjl cattle a Tuesd y it fJiorl-ker.p steers in Ihe heavier v.cizr.'. ranaw and the price of Ttcrxs-prlv.t 55 a ton, effective- Feb. er.> mere than I, selling st steady G. Northeast calves v.frre mostly m- f (Jv? f.twrr.1; rn o r S. price a Lori. than fyj'jnds 'j 0-35. 70, 'i'de Lv the rLsirjg pouniJs f't o o of heifers 33-35- M'.ock and feeder i 23-20. British Columbia's three Jack Ds-.-ls said Tuesday. He rejwrtero after a net meeung that an ear'Jer rr.esting did deal his recominer.natiorj for a year's halL in highway c-onstrui-tiori to alicT more stud- to he V.'ori: started this fall on the to the Are-tic ocean. Tr.ere have been fore- casts that the million proj- ect wil! be compiGtcd by 1J75. M.r. Davis said a yesr's de-lay in building the highway vrnuld ai.'ow his o.'flcisLs to do a proper job ar.d wouldn't affect tr.e pipeline ;'too rnuc'n." Ar: ap- p'jea'.ion 10 build the pipeiir.e won't come tefore Nstional Board until the middle 01 r.ext year and it is expected lhat the hearings R.il last "So v.'hy the in tr.e road if Ihe pipelines are no', likely lo staii of IS Mr. DICTATE ROUTE In loretir.g the highway, the.' chaner carrl'rrs competing for government also in effect is die- transatlantic flights with for- the roJte of the piwh'ne. eign carriers has been proposed of the Bani: of British CoiurntaLa. >Cchael Ryan, headed cornrniu.ee to search for a new president for the excharige, said Tuesday Lhe committee had considered more than 50 names before so'ecting Mr. White. Mr. said he plans to take up his neir post Feb. 1. He has served as chairman, o! the workmen's compensation sterling board of British Columbia for the past five years and was also chiet court judge YORK (CP) Can a- for B.C. and was crEirman of; L.LD., an dollar :s terms of U.S. Ihe Judicial Council of B.C. Mr. Ryan said Mr. Wnite was selected for his proven adminis- trative and executive abilities. fLEds at noorj EST up 3-16 at ri.00 Vr-A. sterling up U at E2.34 51-H. Floor price is proposed tTd HSU tluJl tlC fl'lgll tS l-J OTTAV.'A A or from Canadian centres wrier: price to protect Canadian air their aircraft are opera'_r.g he- John J. Deutsch Dr. John J. Deul5di C C B CGHL f'.R.C.S.. Friiicipal of Q'--jrn 5 Ur.n'eriitv been ap- ;'.ir.'.cd 3 director ci Publics- oT ihe cornMny. Dr. iw Cn'jr.ci: o: Canada' Vcn-'as f with Affairs. C'LSO Sicreu-- The on arvvjs He is r-' il ire Uni- f.-F.-.y r.: Br-.iish IT, :W6 was a of Ibe i'.srla: of MrcfrM reii said. l-a its a he lir.C'i Ix.-L-.g iwLa corridor. He siid Ib3 information v.-ants lo gather the road s'.art5 affaiji preparing reaps locate iioh populaiifjn ar.d p-iTrnafrost enable the companies to do morr- eM-ironmr-rital Already his department has a lo: of ir.rormstior, along hut -A'e rreod he said. stof.k heifer Hogs base price Tr.e livestock yards v.ill In Iradin? Cr, Day and Pyxing Day but the be y v.ill incrta.sc riricr-; by J-i s tori, cffcc- live next Marrh Thev are Mac.MiDan BVxsdcl f.'.d., he. Forest I'roduc-.s Ud.. usual facilities will be provid- i and. Ztllerbach Canada I cd for the handling of livestock. Ltd. Hog prices KDMO.'.TON' 'CPi Aver- age prices lo II a.m. provided" by iho Albtru Hog Producers 37 y. average Tuesday Red average Tuevlay W 11. Calgarv: rfT.35, average Tuesday 57.72. L e t h b r i A c: Nil, average 37.-.. Nil, average Tuesday 37.W. fort Macivod: Nil, average Tuesday 37.75. ft rr.ay be included amon? r.e'A' chafer to clear IJD iho cnaotic air charter sr.uaiion across tr.e Atlantic. Tr.e new rfcgija'-ion-v prom- ised in October, are likely 10 be anr.our.ced late tfc west. Tr.e comrnissioa circulaled tr.L- Hwr idea Ca- discussing traris- c'narer l.'.S. ar.d was reached dur- the talks on a r.c-.v set of principles to -apply to charter this ogreement in ta'A'a ir; October, the trarisport a r.c-v; ad- i-ar.ctd foviir.s charter 'ABC 'rf: LV.roduccd Jar. j. Tr.e- Poor price would prevent air carriers from filir.g chantr iower Ihan filed by Canadian car- riers for the same flight, a com- mission said Mon- day. Foreign carriers occasionally i [ile lower tarills than Canadian operator! oa charter Qightl (B APPOINTMENTS TO VARIOUS .COMMUTES storxies occur ccccslc .i cr.d Ccrr.n-.lllses c .T of a lo re-appointed on on C Cc-.- n cf dsss not c' s-v o Con-.rrlTlee !n ihey hcve on fo- !he precedlrg six conss.-Jl.'ve This will be Ihc- ccse in The Ecyir.g c-d :no Cor-L Ccrr Services en-' f-e C--r: Ir.'ereited o-'- C'V' r.ffcirs by serving on any c' c-e i-. -eo wnl To ins Cily Clerk, giving a resj" e c- Fcr further informoticn plecse cc office ot 323-2341. the C.erk's JOHN C-ESLA, City Clerk ;