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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta paper outlook good OTTAWA (CP) Officials of the pulp and paper industry are expecting an increase in demand, the Commons was tolc Tuesday night. Bruce Howard Okanagan parliamentary secretary to Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin, said that during a recent meeting with government representatives, officials of the industry said they believe the bottom of the market has been reached and improvement is ahead. Mr. Howard was replying to Jack Marshall Humber-St. George's-St. who said he is disturbed about apparent government apathy towards the problems facing pulp and paper industries. It is a source of frustration and aggravation to him he said during late-night debate. About 350 skilled workers in Comer Brook, Nfld., were losing jobs with the closing of a paper machine at tiie Bowater operation, and a total of would be indirectly affected. Mr. Howard said the industry has always had a problem reconciling supply and demant but the government is takin the present problems most ser ously. In tlie meeting with industry the government had agreed 1 take on a study of taxation transportation costs and long range quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherly, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quoles) a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Hud Bay Co 1900 invest Gr F 11.16 weontiday, December 27, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 17 Exchange program is ii KSLHl NOTRE DAME DE LOURDES', Man. (CP) -English-speaking high school students from the north side of Winnipeg recently took part in a one-day total immersion experiment in francophone education without the benefit of Tlie students, mostly seniors from St. John's high school, travelled by bus to this sma'.l, predominantly French-speaking community about 100 miles southv.-est of Winnipeg. They spent the day with their counterparts at Notre Dame de Lourdes and were immersed in French for most of the day. The students took part In a French class, watched a French film and participated in several discussion groups. Then at lunchtimc the students dined at the parish hall where they received a bit of a jolt. I n s t r u c t i o n s, all ir. French, reminded them of some after-meal chores. The girls washed the dishes and the boys dried them. PROVED SUCCESS Alfred Laser, a teacher from the Winnipeg school, said tlie experimen proved to be a happy success afler a few unsuccessful exchange programs attempted in the past. "Students often can't go for one week but they can go for the he said. Tlie students from the Lourdes school now have an open invitation to visit the Winnipeg school. Mr. Laser said students at liie Winnipeg school carne from a variety of ethnic or-gins. "French is not their second it is usually their third. It is important for ju-students to realize Uiat there are some people to whom French is the first language. Those who are taking French now are the ones who are genuinely interested in learning tlie language." Although some of the students' French was not up to a level where they could converse with ease, most said they had talked and learned more in that one contact than they learned in a month at school. [ndustri, losing g TORONTO (CP) Industrial ssues edged fractionally lower prices in other major sec-Mis of the Toronto stock market osted moderate advances in ght mid -morning trading wiay. The industrial index was down Yl to 183.62. Golds were up .23 3 141.37, base metals .39 to 7.83 and western oils .89 to 16.85. Volume by 11 a.m. was hares compared with at le same time Tuesday. Advances outsumbered de-ines 139 to 77 with 185 issues nchanged. Beverage, steel, pipeline, aper and forest and utility drifted fractionally lower s eight of the industrial index's 1 sub-groups posted decline'. Banking, food processing, lerchandising and industrial ining issues climbed higher. Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas rapped i-i to Stelco !i to 26, NA-Churs to Con-imers' Gas to 4 and aiser Resources 30 cents to .75. Toronto Star B rose to ?39, ome A to Royal Bank to Tara to Pan cean VK to Imperial Oil to and liudson Bay Min-g to RICES DIP MONTREAL (CP) Prices 3Clined in light morning trad-ig on (he Montreal stock mar-On index, industrials dropped 4 to 189.01, utilities .34 to and the composite .22 to 7.47. Banks rose .24 to 230.68 id papers .27 to 82.45. Combined volume on tlie ontreal and Canadian stock tcnanges was 231.900 shares Mnpared with at the me time Tuesday. On the Montreal exchange, acer rose 1 to B.C. For-it 1 to Steinberg's to 3, Inglis to SlOVi, Royal ank to and Home "A" to round Hudson's Bay Oil dropped to Canadian Arena Vz to Distillers-Seagrams to Steel Co. of Canada to ?26% and Grissol Vt to On the Canadian exchange Ambassador gained 14 cents to 90 cents on 26.300 shares traded. EROSION NEW YORK (AP> Stock market prices eroded somewhat but continued higher for the second session in active trading today as a wave of year-end buying set in. Tlie noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 5.19 at 895.17. Earlier it had been ahead a ''out eight points. Advances Jed declines by three to one on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysis said the market was undergoing a typical Christ-mas-K'aw Year's rally. They noted it was receiving additional support from the improving economic outlook and investor hopes that 1972 would be a very good year for the stock market and tlie economy. At noon The Associated Press GO-stock average rose 3.1 to 326.6, with industrial up 3.4, rails up 2.1, and utilities up 2.0. Airlines, motors, and mail order-retail were mixed. All other slock categories were higher. Noon prices on the big board also included Boise Cascade o'f 1% at Pennzoil United up I'.s at Gulf Oil up Hi at Gulf and Western Industries up Ti at and Anaconda up at American Stock Exchange prices included Equity National up at Rath Packing up 1% at Flagg Industries up IVi at ?10VS; Syntex off at and Vanguard up at Among -Canadians on the big ward, Granby Mining gained IVi to and Hudson Bay Mining and Mclrtyre Porcupine were both Vz higher at and 576 respectively. Walker Good-erharn lost at and Internationa! Nickel was down at On the Ames, Preston sained V-z to East Gas 5.35 Hud Bay 1B.SO Hugh Rus Ashland Husky Oil BP Oil Gas 6.10 Husky 0 Can South Husky Oil Cdn Homesttl a. 55 Inter Prov Cdn Ex Gas 3.10 Inter Pro Cdn Home Ptd 16.1216 Kaiser Re Cdn Ind Gas Oil 9.00 Lake Duft Cdn Long Is .65 MGF Mar Cdn Super J3.50 Pacific P Charter 6.50 Rainier Chieftan 8.35 Teledyne Dome Pete 33.75 West Cdn Dynamic Pete 1 13 While Yu Gt Plains CA Gt Cdn Oil 5.25 Acroll Lochlel Borons 01 Mill Cily 2.26 Madison New Cent .73 North Cot North Cdn 01] 5.25 West War Numac Pan Cdn Pete 15.00 Aita 6as Pan Ocean 12.25 Alta Gas 1 Permo Alia Nat C Petrol 1.29 Inland Nn Pinnacle N and C Place Gas 1.06 N and c Ponder .70 Pacific Gfl Ranger 13.50 Ggz Scurry Rain 15.37V2 Gaz Metro Spooner 1.07 jr Cdn F list Ms Cdn P West Decalla 6.50 West Pete 10.00 MISCELLANEOUS All Cdn Co INDUSTRIES A Aquataine Amr Gr A AGF Spec] Cdn Brew B 37M SI" Jjv.fas Cdn Pacific Inv 23.75 Crowsnest Ind 2S.OO Cmnw Le Cygnus A coro inve Cygnus B corn Inves Genstar 12.75 Dreyfus F hume A 32.50 Gr In Sh Home B 32.50 Gr Egulty Toronto min (Supplied By Richard LAST BI a.m. Quotes) a MINES Pine Po nt Acme .20 Placer Advocate Asb. 1.60 P.C. Exp. Akaitcho .44 Quebec Ma Bralorne 1.70 Rayrock Broulan Padiore Bethlehem 17.51 Kio Algom Brunswick 2.35 Roman Co Canada Tung. 1.55 Sherritt Gc Cassiar 19.50 Silver Pfd 56 00 fa'iutuol Ac 5.27 5 80 se 2000 Mutual Gr F 504 5.5-1 B I'll li W Gr 4 91 ,62 Pine iS'S Principal Gr -Ul 4.62 sK. St S-2 IS nil NnilCd AC 5'4S ult Universal Sav 7.28 S9S Vangua-d 10.14 11.11 le 31.25 VANCOUVER 3.55 MINES 4- 65 AnuV .26 Vi Sped -1.50 Arctic Mining 07 on 10.00 Alias Explor ,n LGARY Bath Morse 1.09 .4S Brenda 4.50 Churchill Copper 1.00 .11 Croyden .13 Dankoe .55 ner A7 Varden .30 !E ForT'JUnte '1 s Tr Pfd A S0nitandard Lfd A till Vflllw Copper 7'lt Pfd A 67.00 yyc pcs Q, war INDUSTRIALS Block Bros !.P5 L FUNDS B.C. Sugar 19 12 '2 m 8.16 8.92 B.C. Sugar Pfd 16.25 vid 9.11 9.96 Capt Inter 600 en! 3.93 Cresfbrook F Ind 3.70 F 6.29 6.91 Key Indust .33 al 3.0-1 Hys 2 90 t F 4.73 5.18 Interior Brew 3.50 6...T 6.75 Inter Mariner .63 r 13.45 14.78 Okanagan Helicop 650 3.18 3.82 Pacitic W Air 13.50 I 5.59 6.11 Stampede In1l Res .69 St F J.B3 5.2B OILS U.S. 12.43 13. SB Albany Oils .43 res 3.8I Dlains Pele 27 6.31 6.93 'Aesl Explor -Jl es, industrials on Securities of Canada) D OR SALE m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) 35.00 Dome Pele 33.35 26.00 34.75 .52 CAB 14.75 n Fd of Amcr 1.07 Gt Ccin Oil .38 Gen Motors 81.00 15.00 Gt Lekes Ppa 17.50 p. 6.00 Gulf Oi! Cda 35.25 rdon U-75 Greyhound 17.50 .02 Vi Hawker Sid 2.50 3.74 Huron, Erie 24.25 4.70 Hiram Walk J3.13V2 .37 Imperial Oil is difficu LONDON (CP) Diamond sorting, with its demands on judgment, concentration and skill, is one of the toughest of tasks. So the industry which handles million worth of uncut stones each year has called upon science to help. Diamond Trading Co. of London, which handles 80 per cent of tiie world's rough diamonds for producing countries including South Africa, Southwest Africa, Botswana, Liberia, Angola, Sierra Leone, Tinzania and the former Belgian Congo, las asked university scientists to help find the best possible conditions for diamond sorting. There are three thousand categories of diamonds and the 300 sorters on the trading company's staff must find their way through heaps of stones, soiling them for shape, size, color and weight. Shrewd buyers from diamond-cutting centres such as Antwerp, New York, Tel It job Bombay and Amsterdam visit London to view the "parcels" prepared for them, and know they are graded. They inspect the gems in private rooms facing the northern light. LIGHT IS FACTOR And light, in fact, is the crucial factor. Skill and experience make a diamond roller; and the value of the gem, and how it is treated, must depend on his fine judgment. But technology is taking over routine operations in the industry as more and more of the world's diamonds pour into the trading company headquarters, and the pressure of work Uiere grows. Only comparatively recently has artificial lighting been used in the sorting process, and then only for certain jobs. Many techniques have been tried, but nothing completely suitable has evolved. In London, natural northern lii'it is traditionally the most hi! >ful, especially for color grading. But in short winter days this means an early end to some sides of the sorters' work. Strain and glare and a certain monotony working all day with tiny bright arc also among working factors which need constant attention. Now, in a tie-up between industry and the academic world, tlie trading company has asked scientists at Lougliborough University of Tecluio'.ogy in tlie Midlands to find the best passible conditions for diamond sorting. SUGGEST PLANS Under a 15-mcnth contract with file company, Loughbor-ough's department of ergonomics and cybernetics now 11 years old. and one of the Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) trial adjourned VANCOUVER (CP) A conspiracy trial to possess stolen pearlsj now in third week, was adjourned for a second time in provincial court Tuesday because of the illness of a crown witness. Prosecutor John Rowan 'old the court the witness, an RCMP sergeant, was still unable to appear. The trial was adjourned Thursday for the same reason. Martin Chambers, 31, Eugene Killam, 30, and Barry Elirl, 32, all of Vancouver are charged with conspiring together and with Hary Chard and with un-oiown other persons to possess cultured pearls between Oct. 1, 1939 and Feb. 16, 1971. Chard is now serving 30 years in a Washington state prison after conviction in Seattle of possession of stolen property. The pearls were stolen in the Calgary livestock mar ket to 11 a.m. about 900 head mostly good and choice slaugh ter steers and cows. Trade was active and strong Slaughter steers were 5 cents higher; heifc-rs were in short supply with prices stead and choice kinds scarce; cow were higher with sales t 24.90 and bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 34.5 to 35, good 33.50 to 34.25, me dium 32.25 to 33.25. Choice hei 'ers 31.75 to 32.10, good 30.50 t 31.50, medium 19 to 30.25. Gooa cows 23.50 to 24.50, medium 21.75 to 23.21, canners and cut ters 19 to 21.50. Good bulls 23 to 25. Replacement cattle were mostly heavy, short-keep steer and heifers selling steady. stock steer calves on Rambelr 1.55 arrest hi Mexico MEXICO CIT An official of the Canadian consulate has goro to a remote coasta village in Mexico to investigate the arrest of two British Columbia residents. Vice-consul Bernard Lemieux went to the village of La Paz on the coast of lower California, after routine inquiries fail ed to provide an explanation for the imprisorment of Mrs Zoe Lloyd and her companion Rex Lowes. Tiie consulate began Investigating fie arrest after Mrs. Lloyd's children Wendy 16 and R'-chard, 13 sent a teie-grair to a Vancouver newspaper Dec. 24 saying their mother had been arrested. The pair were apprehended Wednesday and a 41-foot yec'it, SailfisI', was seized by Mexican authorities. Tlie siezure was sought by the Bank of Nova Scotia for alleged default of a mortgage payment. Western Mines 2.43 Int Nickel 33.25 Conwest 7.50 Wright Hargreaves 1.15 Int. Pipe 30.00 Craigmont 6.90 Willroy .73 Inv. Gp A 7.75 Dickenson Mine .76 Windfall -OGVj Inf Ulililies 44.00 Denison Mines 24.00 Yeliowknife Bear 4.15 Indust Accept 19.50 Deer Horn .03 Zenmac .0516 Laurentide 10.00 D'Eldona .42 INDUSTRIALS CouS A 550 Dome Mines 54.50 Locb 3.45 Donalda .0814 .'AlA Uotlaw A 5.62'.', Discovery Mines .60 can !H, Metro Stores 15.12V, East Malartic .90 Algoma Steel 13.25 Masscy Ferg East Sullivan 2.65 Ata> McMillan Bloe 25.75 Faiconbridge 80.00 Moore Ccrp 37.50 Frotex .36 Molsons A 19.37'A First Maritime! .65 Mollons B 19.03 Giant Y.K. 7.00 ,tj! North, Cent 14.25 Bovis 1.81 wlo Corp 525 Granduc 4.60 Jin Price Co Hollinrjer 3S.50 J-c- {H! P.clhrr.an 16.50 Hudson Bay M-S 20.25 8ulns_ JHJ 51 Lav; Corp 19.50 Hydra Ex. ,16'A B.C. Forest 20.50 CDA 36 Iron Boy 2.95 ]l ,2 Simpson's 22.50 ISO 1.30 sirnl5 SMr! !8-2! Jollet Quebec .IB'A CAE Jrd Steel ol Can Kerr Addison 7.50 Selkirk A 16.50 Key Anacon .11 Chemce 1 4.45 m Labrador 35.75 Co Traders Gp A 15.50 Lake Shore 2.30 Trans mtn Pp Lanciis Silver .01 Trans can Pp 36.00 M.dren R.L. .61 Gas 14.75 Malarlic G.F. .57 cdn indf' Union Oil 44.50 Martin McNeely .05% "nada s s. Vcrsalile 3.70 Maclntyre 71.50 "In H5 Wsslecl 14.25 Mela .11 cd" Vickers Llnicn Car 13.25 Midrlm ipi'i Chrysler 29 ro B luoa Intern Mogul l-.jS Wo.di..ard's A 25.nn New West Home 8.50 Cominco 22.50 C3n si New Alhona Balh 7''5 Zenith Eloc 2.40 Hew Gas BANKS W. Horse Copper 1.70 Sca Can Imperial 25 Ncrend? Vz Dom Bridge Mcnlroal 18.50 Norlhgate 4.70 1! 37V'z Nova Scotia 3075 W Textile 19.62V, Royal 29.00 OsiSko .27 Dom Stores KOQ Tor-Dom 29.75 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and T 4S.37V2 Sears 103.50 20 Golds 1J1.75 up .SI Anaccntio 15.53 Sid Oil of NJ. 73.75 10 Base Met 77.75 tip .3 Beth Steel 3000 Texas Cult 1U.75 15 W Oils 216.44 up .4P Chrysler 29 00 Texas Co 34.75 Vnli-ire Comsat 66.371-2 WIckcs Corp 54.57V2NEW YORK AVERAGES Dupont 144 C0 Wcotwcrih -56.50 30 'ndusl E95.17 up 5.19 GM E0.50 Wcslinehcuse Elec 47.00 20 Rails 247.15 up Gulf u 5 3J.CO 15 Utilities 116.34 up 1.53 Kennacoppcrr TORONTO AVERAGES Sleeks 309.72 up By Gene kind will study wodking conditions and suggest future planning. Tiie university team, led by Professor Brian Siiackel, plans a systematic investigation of a kind never before undertaken. The major research will be investigation of lighting conditions under which diamond sorting is carried out. The team mil also co-aider the layout of workplaces, how working locations can receive Hie best daylight, and even the design of windows. Loughborough's scientists are used to researching, on behalf of industry, into the human side of working equipment and environment. They have already looked into such diverse subjects as motor-car seats, air-traffic control, staircases, invalid chairs, police-station design, and the domestic prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided )v the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 24.35; average Tuesday, 24.22. Red Deer: 24.35; average Tuesday, 24.36. Calgary: 24.45; average Tuesday 24.33. Lethbridge: No sales; average Tuesday 24.30. Lloydminster: No sale, average Tuesday 23.79. Grande Prairie: No sale; average Tuesday 23.86. Total hogs sold, 232; Tuesday 1.290; average, 24.24; sow average, 14.45 OBESE TEENASERS MAY HAVE BEEN FED SOLID FOOD TOO SOON WHEN THEY WERE BABIES. THIS IS THE THEORY OFA DOCTOR ATTHE U. OF WASHINGTON'S ADOLESCENT CLINIC WHO SAYS MOST MOTHERS OF FAT CHILDREN STARTED THEM ON SOLIDS AS EARLY AS 6WEEKS... i ft UNTIL 3rd Ofi '4fh MONTH.' 3077 Ta obtain addrtu ID wild fci strong. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 33 to 36. Good feed er heifers 30 to 33.50. Good stock and feeder cows 21 to 25 Good slock heifer calves 34 to 37. Hogs base price futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Tuesday: Jan 34.60; March 33.50B; and May 33.00B. Thursday's volume: Two GRIMSHAW (CP) Rita Dane Taylor, 22, of this northeastern Alberta town was re-maided without plea Tuesday in a charge of non-capital murder. She was charged after the s looting of her husband, Gene Richard Taylor, 24 early Mutual Funds DECK fa "3V Phone 327-5137 _j3k SPOT LONDON (CP) Madame Jaye, a clairvoyant plagued by mysterious and obscene calls, told inquiring po-ice: "I have no idea where they are coming HAUL LOWESTOFT, England (CP) Fisherman John Handle set out to catch sprats off the S'uf-olk but hauled in a 23-oot shark bv chance. He later old tlie fish for pri Winnipeg review Tuesday's volume of Unemployment Assurance-Vp Insurance chomage Canada Canada DID YOU QUIT YOUR JOB OR GET FIRED? Unemployment insurance is the right of every Canadian if they meet the required conditions. One of these conditions is that you have lost your job through no fault of your own. If you quit your job, or get fired without valid reason, no benefits will be paid for the first three weeks. It used to be six weeks under the old act. You will also have to serve the two-week waiting period. This means no payment would be made for 1'he first five weeks. Under the new act you should file your claim immediately. You cannot serve this disqualification period by waiting three weeks before you apply for benefits. For more information contact your Unemployment Insurance Commission Office 313 Fifth Street South, Lethbridgo, Alberta. Phone St.j'om.1 SI. W, 126, rye and of rape-seed. MID-SESSION Flax: Dec. K hiplier May higher July 3Vi higher kapesecd Vancouver: Jan. 27J lower March 2% lower 2.45U, June 2'.4 lower 2.47V4. Rapeseed Tliunder Bay: Dec. 35a lower 2.31, May Kt lower 2.3SB, July 3 lower 2.40A. Oats: Dec. higher 63B, May lower 67, July higli-e.r 673.i. Barley: Dec. unchanged l.OCB, May unchanged ].OII, July not open. Rye: Dec. not open, May higher l.OOVi, July not open. Grain quotes Tuesday (tasis High Low Clnsc Flax Dec 238 Mav 245 214 'i 244 'S lly 2-IGVi Hapesprd Vancouver Ian 249-'-i 244 '.i Mar 219 '.i 2W Ilinc 254 2SO Hapcst-rd Tlnindor Ilav Doc aiii'i Mav 2411i Ilv' Howal fewte 4 Save income saving for your Up to can ba ded income when deposited savings plan. Call ROYAL TRUST lods Royal! 740 putting a idolranback in here? ix now while retirement ucted from your taxable in a registered retirement prices continued lo move ower at mid-session loday on he Winnipeg Grain Exchange. There was some commission louse selling and a light ex-lorter buying. Other conimodi-ies moved fractionally near >revious close remanded m custody on shooting CLOVERDAL15, B.C. (CP) Gordon Lee Harrison, 2fi. and as brother Albert, 22, both of >lew Westminster, were remanded in custody to Jan. 4 n a charge of non-c a p i t a 1 in the shooling doalh unday of a .service station at-endant. Police said Kcrmelh E r r o 1 haw, 27, was shot nt least 12 mcs by robbers who escaped "ilh more than from a ser-icc station in nearby Surrcv. No pica was Value HONTKKAL (CP) U.S. doi-ar in terms of Canadian funds p i-lfi Pound slcr-mg up i.i at 5-10. NKW YORK (CP) Can.'i inn dollar down 1-32 at 99 SS-W terms of U.S. hinds. Pound crliiiR up 1-32 at 51-frf. Dec fi2Ti I'Kit 62-vi May C7 f.fi-'i lly' Harlov )ec jnc Mav ifffl Ilv' live Dec 94 May lOO'-i Jly (5 Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone ;