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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutiday, February 15, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Industrial, ivest oil stocks higher TORONTO (CP) Industrial and western oil issues edged moderately higher while prices in other sectors of the Toronto stock market edged lower in moderate mid-mcriiing trading tciay. The industrial index was up 39 to 137.57 and western oils .80 to 212.95. Golds wore down .20 to 176.08 and base metals .03 to 85.5J. Volu me by 11 a.m. was shares, compared w.ih 621.000 at the same time Mon- day. However, declines outnum- bered advances 121 to 95, with 221 issues unchanged. Beverage, oil refining, mer- chandising, pipeline, communi- cation and industrial mining stocks ported moderate ad- vances as 10 of the industrial in- dex's 17 sub-groups moved higher. Banking, general manufactur- ing, steel, real estate and chem- ical issues edged lower. Dow Valley was up 1 to Weston to Asamera to .Imperial Oil to Husky Oil ?s to and Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with Truck ruling made OTTAWA (CP) The Canada labor relations board has ruled thai 44 owner-operators working under contract to a Western Ca- nadian trucking firm should not Miscellaneous quotations Predicts foreign Ownership Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal policy ivon't help economy a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlnex 5.50 Alta tTast G-BS 6.19 Asamera 19-CO Ar-hlantl BP Oil Gas 5 75 (Supplied by Dolicrty, MeCunlg Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes! 8. Hugh Ri'ssell Mutual Ac Husky Oil Husky Oil War Inter Inter Pipe Steel '119000 at the same time Mon- belong to tlie same union locaL day as directly-employed drivers. Iniernational Utilities lost In a decision this week, the to Asbestos Corp. to board says a conflict of interest exists between the owner-opera- tors and the line drivers, mem- Montreal Trust to and Du Pont Vz to Canron was off tn :M after reporting net earnings of million or a share for an increase over 1970 earn- ings of S2.53 milion or 98 cents a share. Imperial Oil gained Distillers-Seagrams bers of the International Broth- erhood of Teamsters. It cited evidence that at a union meeting an oficial told the line drivers that to protect j Cdn Ex Gas Ccin Homesld Cdn Horns Pfd Cdn Ind Gas 0 Cdn Uncj Is, Cdn Super Char If r Thief tan Dome Pete Gt Plain; Gt Cdn Oil I cchiel North Cdn Oil Numac Pan Cdn Pole Pinnacle piaco Gas Ponder Ranner Sni'rry Rain Spoorter Res 3.55 MGF Manage B.50 Pacific Pete 16 75 Rain'ur B Telerlyne We-it Cdn Seed 41 [0 White Yukon 5 10 CALGARY 9.15 Airoll '5 Earons Oil 1.55 6 CO 1-1 75 15.75 Nal Res N W Fin KB7Vj N W Gr 9.00 Principal G Pcyfunc! Temp Gr United Ac Universal Si VANCOUVER MINES 42 50 60 30.50 Quotes) 5.73 4.30 5.76 6.33 7.06 7.72 IS 5.33 1! 0 -3 North Cont West War HE PIPELINE STOCKS Alln Gas Tr L A 5-1.00 Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 79.W) Alia Net Gaf, 21.50 Inland Nat Gas 15.50 Gas Arctic Mining Alias Explor G5 Bath Norse IS C rends Churchill Copper Croyden OTTAWA (CP) Edmonton 59 SM publisher Me! Hurtig, member of the Committee for an Inde- pendent Canada, predicted Mon- day that the government's forth- j coming policy on foreign owner- i ship will do little to "repa- j trials" the Canadian economy. I "Many of us believe that it 6.16 6.42 l.M 6.80 5.32 5.85 7 94 8.73 could be a very, very disastrous turning point in Canadian his- he told a news confer- ence. Mr. Hurtig said he has little inside information on what the policy is likely to include, but is apprehensive because many cabinet ministers, such as Ex- N mi C B Pfd Pacific Gas 17.17V2 Gaz Metro T7-25 Gaz Metro 1 1.10 Tr Cdn Dankcf Dolly Varrten Dynasty F-rt Reliance Giant Masco) Ksmlcops Copper Lcrncx Lytton Minerals Bell to Sagrams rose to Nuinac Vi to Bark of Nova their jobs they would have ei- toither to bring I he owner-opera- to tors under controls or prevent Place Development to j them from working for the com- and Royal Trust to i pany. i The ease involved an appHca- DJA UP lion 'jy fiyc Teamster locals to NEW YORK (AP) Strength represent all employees, includ- in blue chips helped lead the ing owner-operators, of Millar stock market higher today in I and Brown, Ltd., of Cranbrook, moderately active trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up at 915.94. B.C. The firm and 28 of the owner- operators opposed inclusion in the bargaining unit of men who Trial Decalta '.Vert Pete MI5CF.LLANFOUS INDUSTRIES Atjualaine 3? Enrico Cdn Brew A rdn Brew B Cdn Pacific In' Crcwsrrrt Ind Cygnus A Cymes P Falcon Copper Genstar 1003 13.50 6.75 68.25 -10 621; Pyramid Pfd B 41 19Vz Stiver Standard Tr Cdn P Pfd A 75.75 Texmcnt Tr Cdn P War Trrjan WC Trans Copper WC V.'ar WC Rss .w MUTUAL FUNDS INDUSTRIALS All Cdn Com 8.59 9.39 Blcck Brcs 2s C-0 All Ccin Divici 9-5? B.C. Sugar 20.25 575 All Cdn Vent 3.92 A ?9 B.C. Sunar Pfd Tfi.SO 20 50 Amr Gr F 6.63 7.2B Capf Inter 7.00 3B37V2 AGF Soecial 3.33 Crestbrook F Ind rf.SS 25 ?S Cdn Invest F 5.02 5.51 Growers B 27 Ccl Mutual 6.55 7.E9 Key Indust t, 7- Crnnw Inier U19 15.59 Hys Cmn-v Lev 375 interior Brew 11 75 fern Invest 5.95 6 5n Inter M'-riner l.'.fO Ccro In St F 5.10 5.57 Livestock report 75 Hoi Home B Hud Eay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil Pfd 3.75 3.FO .72 14.75 S l! 97 M 02 Stampede Kit Res .'5 Gr In Shares IBS 4.23 OILS Gr Equity 712 7.H2 Albany Oils -47 Invest Gr F 12.00 13.12 Plains Pete .26 Invest Mutual 5.7d 6.23 West Explor .19 Scotia Vs to and Inco Vi to j and IBM was up l'j at Among Canadian issues on the to NYSE, Walker Gooderham ad- vanced to and Interna- tional Nickel to Gen- star Ltd. declined -Is to SWa. On the American Stock Ex- change. Brascan Ltd. gained VB Advances led declines by 7 to j own and drive their own trac- 5 among issues traded on the j tors, hauling company trailers j New York Stock Exchange. i under contracl. j Analysis said investors were coming back into the market for selective buying. i Control Data was up to j Polaroid was ahead 37s I to Xerox was up at Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities o! Canada) LAST BID OR SALE Grain prices Winnipeg Grain Hui-on and Erie was down to S29V-2, Na-Churs Eudcl Automotive Vi to Rank 'H to Bank of Mont- real to and Orchan Mines five cents to LIGHT TIUDE MONTREAL (CP) Prices to toed the line in most sectors, j recording only minor charges in either the plus or minus direc- tion, in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Industrials took the only firm recording only minor changes in The composite rose .78 to 198.31 Business papers .04 to 38.95 while utilities eased .01 to 163.52 and banks .18 to 267.92. Combined volume on the EDMONTON senger traffic (CP) through Pas- the WINNIPEG (CP) All rape- seed futures were steady or fractionally higher in _a fair volume of exporter trading at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. j In flax, prices were fraction- I ally lower in light exporter I trade while rye continued to re- cover from losses earlier in the week on a moderate volume of local and commission house trade. The feed grains were fully city's Industrial Airport show- ed a major increase last year and is expected to grow to al- most 500.000 this year, says air- port manager Les Merchant. Mr. Merchant said the air- port handled an estimated 000 passengers in 1971 com- pared with in 1970 and "this year we are expecting passengers." i PLANT CLOSES 1 WINNIPEG (CP) Dent's Canadian Foods Ltd., a Wini- Ex- j peg meat specialty has 'closed its op-sration indefinite- Announce sale of engines lo "Yugoslavia OTTAWA (CP) The port Development Corporation announced Monday that agree- ments had been signed for the sale of 100 diescl electric loco- j SALE DISCUSSED motives to Yugoslavia. The I REGINA fCP) locomotives will be supplied by tions are continuing steady in an extremely light volume. Volume of trade Monday in- cluded bushels of flax, of rye of Van- couver rapeseed and of Thunder Bay rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May ?a lower July Jz lower Oct. U lower 2.G2B; Nov. 2.62A. Rapeseed Vancouver: March unchanged 2.521 iB; June ?a higher 2.491s; Sep. higher Nov. not open. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 1 higher 2.K; July higher General Motors of Can- ada through its London. Ont. plant. The EDC said it will pro- vide S.'Jf! million to cover chase of the locomotives. pur- Federal Grain Ltd. and the three Prairie wheat pools con- cerning sale of Federal's grain handling facilities in the three a.m. Quotes) MINES Acrne Advocate Asb. 1.7 Akaitcho Bralorne a.m. Ncrle; 2.75 Brc jlsn Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassisr Central Pat. Cfiimo ConwesI Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Coclienotir CraigTiont Dickers on Mines Denis on Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dorr.e Mines Donalda Discovery Mines EaEt Malariic East Sullivan FalcnnbricJge Frobcx First Mar i times Giant Y.K. Bovis GrandUL Headway R.L. Hollinge-r Hudson I Hydra E; Osisko Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. .24 Quebec Man 19 00 Rayrock 2.95 Radiore l.-ja Rio Algom 19.62Va Roman Corp. l.EO 1 15 7.75 1.70 .10 .39 B.25 Stierritt Gordon 14.12 Silver Miller .O'1 Steep Rock 2.22 Tek Corp. 5.0') Texmont Upper Canada ?.00 Western Mines 2.9fi Wrighl Hargreaves 1.20 fll-.OO a.m. ,27V'2 Dome Pete 25 Dofasco CAB Frt of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt LekEs Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hirarn Walk Imperial Oil l rr.asca Int Nickel 59.00 2605 2.BO 11 Quotes! 30.50 25.87 Vi 17.50 71.00 525 79.50 17.37VJ 26.25 17 75 2.70 20 00 By Gene Fawcette "LIKE A HOT KNIFE A DESCRIPTION OF THE MEW BXK-MELTING HOLED1GSER. IN TESTS, IT'S MOLYBDENUM-TUNGSTEN FENETRATOR HAS DRIVEN THROUGH 35 FEET OF SOLID ROCK AND A4-IN. HOLE 1000 FT. DEEP WILL BE ATTEMPTED higher Oct. 1 Nov. not open. 1 j Oats: May unchanged 63-UA; NegoUa-1 j j unchanged Oct. not between Barley: May unchanged I July unchanged' 1.09UB; Oct. not open. Rye: May I1- higher 1.00; July V: lower Oci. higher 99B. 1.90 1.35 7.00 3S.PO ay M-S 21.25 -19 3.55 Jolief. Quebec .23 Kerr B.10 Key Anaccn Labrador Lake Shore Lanqis Silver Madsen R-L. Malarllc G.F. Martin McNeely AAaclntyre Mela Midrim Inlern Mngul Ne'.v West Home New Alhona N'ew Calunief w. Horse Copper Noranda Norlhgate 67.00 Windfall Yellowknife Bear Zenmnc INDUSTRIALS Abititi Alcan Algcina Steel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Agra Ind Bell To' Brazil Trac R-C. Tel B.C. "Forest B.C. Suoar s Bow CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Celli'lcse Cal Power Coron Credit C V.'.N. Gas Cdn indvst Canada S S Mar ni 36.50 5.25 Cdn Vickers Chrvsler CPR Ccmtnco Bath Cons Gas Cdn V.'.N. Gas Dist Dom Bridge Domtar Don Textile Dom Stores indust Accpel Laurenfide KcHy Doug A 4.30 Lceh .06 Lofclaw A Wctro Stores Massey Ferp 19.75 McMillan Bloe 1.1.00 Mosre Corp 10.75 A 7.00 B 10.50 North, Cent jiS.fO PCWT Corp Price Co 63.50 Rothmans U.50 St Law Corp J'i.OO Shell CDA 20.25 Simpson's 27.75 Simp- Sears t, 27VF2 of Can 8.37V: Selkirk A 5.25 Texaco ?.ei) Traders Gp A 27.00 Trans Mtn Pp 1.15 Trans Can Pp Union Pas 15.53 Union Oil iO CO Versatile Mfg 3 95 Wesleel 12.00 Union Car Weston's B Woodward's A' West Crin Sd fi.fn Zenith Elcr BANKS Can Imperial 32.37'i Monlreat 2I.62V3 12 F7V3 6.03 3 55 6.00 19.75 13 75 77.00 0.00 22.67V; 22.50 7.75 19.75 21.00 35.00 32.00 J9.2S 19.25 17.62Vj 24.25 14.75 29.62V: 21.75 37. W Lethbridge Livestock No cattle sales due to weekly sales of weaner and feeder hogs. Sales 850 hogs, 28 sheep. All classes of weaner and feed- er hogs met very good demand at steady prices. Weaners 7.25 to 13.75; light feeders under 100 14.50 tn 21 per head; heavy feeders over 130 Ibs. 29 to 33.75 per nead: j light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold I 22.50 to 27.75 per heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. sold from 20.70 to 21.15 per cwt. Boars sold from 70 dollars to 97.50 per head. Butcher hogs sold Mon- day at the Lcthbridge yards to 29.35 base price. There were 200 hogs sold for i export. Price converted to 23.35 I live weight. Good lambs 25 dol- I lars. I Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. today on the Calgary livestock market were head; mainly slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold barely steady with last week's close. Heifers were fully steady. Cows sold steady with week's higher prices. Bulls steady. Choice steers 34.50 to 34.80, good 33.75 to 34.50, medium 32.50 to 33.50. Choice heifers 31.75 to 32.30, good 30.50 to 31.75, medium 29 to 30.50. Good cows 23.50 to 24.50, medium Neiv York stocks 22.25 to 23.50, canners and cutters 19.50 to 22.25. Good bulls 25.50 to 27.40. Replacement cattle consisted mainly of steers and heifers selling at steady prices. Few stack calves on offer sold steady. Good feeder steers un- der 750 pounds 37 to 39.35, 750 ternal Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp and Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin, are committed to an "intense defence of the status quo." Unless something meaningful is done soon to start regaining control of Canadian industry, Mr. Hurtig said, foreign owner- ship will have progressed to thc- point where it can not be stepped or reversed. Mr. Hurtig also critici7.ed a S1.7-mitlion program of govern- ment assistance to book publish- ers announced Friday by Secre- tary of Slate Gerard Pclletier. EXPECTS MTTLE RESULT "The results of that mil- lion are going to be very, very negligible." Mr. Hurlig said. What publishers needsd were more bank loans to finance their capital-intensive industry. He praised the Ontario govern- pounds up 34 to 36. Good feeder mail's program of guaranteeing heifers 30 to 32.80, good stock heifer calves 32 to 34.25. Hogs average base 28.85. Jobless money late price OTTAWA (CP) Manpower Minister Bryce Mackasey ac- knowledged today that the Un- employment Insurance Commis- sion was at least two weeks late in paying unemployment! more unemployment, insurance claims. It was less bank loans to publishers. He said a Thursday meeting of the Committee for an Inde- pendent Canada in Toronto will decide whether the organization will endorse particular candi- dates in the federal election ex- pected in June. In any case, he said, local branches of the committee will organize public forums to ques- tion candidates on their atti- tudes toward foreign ownership. Replying tn other questions, he said studies show that Can- ada has enough capital to fi- nance an annual increase of five per cent in the gross national product without using foreign capital at all. He called for studies on the effect of foreign capital on unemployment, say- ing foreign capital may result in Machine dealers Seek IiaiSOU i 27 after repeated complaints by nirrrvA rrpi imnrrvpd i claimants, MPs and others that REGINA (CP) impnrvea than two weeks late paying other claims. i -p -i He said in a statement that j Ol'Cl claims delayed for lack of infor- mation "were not being re- turned fast enough into the j seCOlld highest work stream after the informa-1 c Lion had been obtained." j Mr. Mackasey said all de- layed claims now have been paid. The minister ordered a na- tionwide survey of all unem- ployment insurance claims Jan. liaison with provincial govern- ments was the aim of several resolutions passed by the Sas- katchewan MaMoba Imple- ment Dealers Association at the conclusion of a three day convention. One resolution asked for communications with the Sas- katchewan government re- payments in many cases were weeks behind schedule. Mr. Mackasey earlier had de- nied any major backlog of un- paid claims. Mr. Mackasey said the 5.079 cases of late payments repre- sented less than one per cent of the current load of claims. He said a number of new Ill DETROIT (API Ford Motor Co. announced Monday its 1971 profits totalled .nil- lion, up 27 per cent from the million earned in 1970. per share were 56.18, second-highest in Ford history. Ford's worldwide sales last year were a record Slfi.4 billion, up 10 per cent from billion steps have been taken to ini- garding the recovery of costs j plwe the process. dealers have to as a re- capacjty the nu: 4 3Sfl.-mOf TUNNSL MIGHT aequiRe AS MUCH BE MELTED OUT AT 3OO FEET DAYf provinces. IN RECEIVERSHIP WINNIPEG (CP) Censers j quotes Monday (basis Lake- FwnMurc of Winnipeg, a j fair.ily-owned retail furniture High Low Close firm that was launched 46 Fias years ago. has been placed in May receivership. (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) 7S Sears 102.37'i 20 Golds 176.11 Off .17 1912V2 Sid Oil of NJ. 10 Base Met 85.32 off 31 75 Texas Gulf 118.55 15 W Oils 213.Rft up 1.71 Texas Co 3325 Volume Wickes Corp 45.25 NEW YORK AVERAGES Wcolworm 42.75 30 Indus! 915.94 UD 5.04 Weslinohouse Eiet 44.75 20 Rails 252.7-1 off 1.17 U.S. Steel 15 Utilities 111.90 .32 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 315.E6 off .33 20 Indust 19B.16 Up .98 Volume Amr T and T Anaconda Beth Steel Comsat DuDonf GM Guif 26.62" Int Harvester 30.12' Kertn Copper 26.50 Montgomery Ward 32.75 66.55 161.25 263' 2fi07s Jly 25934 Oct 2G3U 232 SKES IMPROVEMENT Rapeseed Vancouver VANCOUVER (CP) Trie j Mar 2493-i v i c c-presidcnt and general manager of Canadian Accep- tance Corp. Ltd., Frank Hall of Toronto, said here he and his company believe will see improvement in the Canadian economy. optimism .s on factual Mr. Hall said in an interview. "People don'l lease and 26." 259 262 Vj 252 'i 251'i 250 245 Alberta government was criti- cized here by two provincial labor leaders for failing to ap- Jun Sep Nov Rapcseert Thunder Bay May 237 233 Jly 235 Oct. Xov Oats May Jlv Provincial labor leaders blast new government suit of recent provincial legis- lation which shortened the I work week and increased the minimum wage. Dealers indicated any in- crease in costs could be ex- pected to be passed on to con- sumers and that the effect of the labor legislation may be to force lusher prices on farmers. One Manitoba dealer warned of the effect of Manitoba labor legislation particularly re- garding overtime pay which he said has led to dealers in that province charging a deterrent fee to any farmer who calls for service after a dealer's regular shop hours. EDMONTON (CP) The 235 23S 240 point neutral arbitration board chairmen. equal partner in the economy. Both agreed that bargaining in good faith is the most effec- tive system devised so far. Bob D'Esierre, chairman of barrow unless they can handle Oct Hie Alberta labor relations Roy Jamha, president of the board, said he felt Alberta's rec- 1 Alberla B'ederation of Labor, j orri of labor settlemenl was said there has been no improve- "not bad. but we should con- the obligation. AVALANCHE Krl.LS 2 CAP, France (AP) An ava- Irnche rclW. a mnuntnin- ?ide near here Mrnday. burying :m automobile and killing two French skiers inside. Barli-y May Jly Oct liyp May 101 Jly Oct Kl'i'i 103' i lOP'a ment in labor relations since the tinue seeking better methods of i Progressive Conservative parly j reaching agreement." i formed the provincial govern j Rival parties tend to stop bar- "All Ihe chairmen appointed BROADLOOM SPECIAL! I in this province come directly from tin1 chamber of com- mi'i-ce.'1 he said in an inter- view. "There isn't a labor per- son used as chairman." i GETTIXC; IMPATIENT "We haven't given up wait- ing, tail we're getting impa- Leo Lancaster, area repre- sentative for tlie Canadian Union of Public gaining and leave settlement to the arbitrator, he said. The gov- emmcnt would prefer thai Iho Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 28.80, average Monday 29.07. Red Deer: 28.80. average Monday 29.25. Calgary: 28.85, average Monday 29.12. Lcthbridge: of telephones had Corn- umber been in- Ihc previous year. Ford was the last of the Big Four U.S. auto-makers to report 1971 earnings. All showed sharp increases over 1970. creased and special expediting units had been established in major commission offices. However, unemployment in- surance was not welfare and the claimant must prove his entitle- ment to benefits by meeting all conditions of the law and by providing all the information re- quired. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Monday. Kar. 35.00N; May 34.10 N: July 33.50B. Friday's volume: No con- tracts. OAKVILLE, Ont. Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. set records in both sales and earn- ings during 1971, President Roy F. Bennett announced here. Earnings for the year were million or a share, up about nine per cent from SG9.4 million or S8.37 a share a year earlier. Sales of the company's Cana- dian and overseas subsidiary operations totalled SI .46 million, an increase of about eight per cent over the million in 1970. MOST HAVE TV Of Canada's 5.5 million house- holds, 96 per cent have televi- sion sets. No sales, av- erage Monday 29.17. LlovdniHiFter: No sales, av- parties settle (he disputes them- crage Monday 53.75. sales. Net earnings n_v THE CANADIAN PRESS General Bakeries Ltd., nine months ended Jan. 1: 1975, SS2.B77, II mils a share; 1971. Grande Prairie: Xo average Monday 28.74. Total hcgs sold Monday average 29.09. Sows aver- i age 19.95. Employees, j S83.S21. Laurrntide Corn. 75 cents. said compulsory arbitration will' U-nirrntidr Financial not work. Lid., year ended Dec. 31: 1971, He suggested a system, used ?1.17 a share; 1970, In Sweden, where labor, man- agement and government agree early in the year on guidelines lo be applied in bargaining. Tho Ihree parties discuss flic eeono- i mic situation and work out. an j agreeable settlement. Mr. Jamha said voluntary ar- bilralion could bo effective il labor was recognized as an Dividends j By THE CANADIAN PRESS i Reaver Lumber Co., common 12'i cents: c 1 a s s A 25 cents, pfd. 35 cents all April 1, record March 10. i REVELSTOKE BUILDING MATERIALS LIMITED 1602 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge PHONE 328.0971 I 600 laid off SUDRUKY. Onl. (Cri The firsi 000 of men lo bo l.ikl off liy Niokol Co. of Canada in Iho noxl tiu'co months loft work Mon- day. Further layoffs arc sched- uled (or March nnd April. RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3RD AVENUE SOUTH Is Your Car Insurance Too High? TRY US FOR SELECT RATES Is your home adequately Protected? For Sound Advice and Top Service RELY 327-1116 ON RELIANCE PHONES 327-0433 CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION COMMISSION The Canadian Radio-Television Commission will hold a Public Hearing at the Empress Hotel, Victoria, B.C. com- mencing on Tuesday, March 14, 1972 al a.m. to consider. AM RADIO LICENCE APPLICATION ELAIRMORE, ALTA. {7107618} Lejhbrdige Broadcasting limited, 1015 3rd Avenue S., Lelhbrldge Application for a licence to carry on a AM broadcasting undertaking at Bloirmore, Alto., with programs part-time from the studios of CJOC lethbridge. Alto. Technical Data: frequency: 1490 KHi; transmitter power; wotts day, 250 watts night Examination of application; Town Office In Blnirmorc, Aha. PROCEDURE FOR HEARING TIME LIMIT Following the publication of this notice, applications cannot be ammended or additional information filed by applicants.- EXAMINATION OF DOCUMENTS Applications are available for perusal during regular hours at the Office of the Commission, 100 Metcalfe Street, Room 1607, Ottawa, Ont. or in the area to be served ot the address given in this notice. Reference must be made to the copy of tho application for complete information. NOTICE OF INTERVENTIONS Interventions in respect to applications listed in this notice must be filled in duplicate with the Secretary, CRTC, 100 Metcalfe St., Ottawa, Ont. K1A ON2 and served by registered mail on the applicant on or before February 28, 1972. Copy of tho postal receipt must be attached to tho notico filed with the Secretary. Tho new CRTC Rules of Procedure govern parties, to proceedings. Copies arc available from Information Cuna-'o or the Secretary of tlifi Commission. RTC-4-2-2-7? MONIOUE COUPAl, ACTING SECRETARY. ;