Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wall Street prices soar TORONTO (CP) Gold is- EUCS on the Toronto stock mar- ket drifted fractionally lower- while prices in other major sec- tors remained strong in moder- ate mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was up .86 to 202.12, base rnelals .02 to 93.14 an d western oils .on lo 2M.50. Golds were down .18 to 221.34. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same lime Wednesday. Oil refining, real cstc'-c, industrial mining, merchandis- ing and general manufacturing stocks scored moderate gains while hanking, pipeline chemi- cal and communication issues edged fractionally lower. NSI Marketing was up lo Texas Gulf Inc. to TransCanada Pipelines to ?44, General Distributors 14 to U.S. drug smuggler is freed LONDON (Reulcr) An American sociologist senlenccc in February lo Lhree years in prison for drug smuggling was freed today so she could return to Canada to live. Marion Elsie McMillan, 23, was sentenced after she admit- ted smuggling 21 pounds of marijuana from Afghanistan through London on the way to Amsterdam. Today, three Appeal Court justices substitued her sentence with a two-year suspended sen- tence. "We prefer to deal with her on the basis lhat she has broken the law in Ihis way for the first lime and in the hope that it will be the last one of the justices said. Canadian born Miss Mc- Millan, of San Diego, Calif., is returning to Ontario to live with an aunt. and Ranger VA to Tara rose to Dominion Bridge to Gulf Oil Canada 'A to Simpsons Sears Utilities lo International to and Pan Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicrly, McCuaig Limited) LAST BID Oil SALE Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotei) Almlnex Alia East GB: Asamera Ash Oil, Gas B.P. Oil, Gas Can South Cdn Export Gas Cdn Home Cdn Ind Gas, OH lo.oo Cdn Superior Cdn Long Is Charter Chleflan Dome Pele Great Plains Great Cdn Oil S.I5 Husky Oil Wer D 3.60 6.m In Pro Plpo WIs 13.so 19.12'A Int Pro Sleel Plpo ld.00 10.50 i.os ii.no 3.25 7.40 4.15 9.55 41.75 4.5! Kaiser Res. M.G.F. Manage Pacllic Pele Rainier Sandwell Teledync West Cdn Seed WYilfepass, Yukon Wcstlielcl CALGARY Acroll Bnrons Oil Madison Mai Resources 7-09 7.7 N.W. Fin 515 N.W Growth 5.8B 6.4 3.20 PrJn Growth 5.0-J 5.5 3.85 Rovfund 6.65 39.50 Templclon Gr 7.38 7.9 Uniled Accum 5.52 6.0 3.9Q Umver Savings 8.05 8.B4 -1.50 Vanguard 9.P2 10.B Common Venl 7.69 'j'sT''7 VANCOUVER W" PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas Tr A 3 3 By Gene Fawcette ASIMPLE SOLUTIONTOTHE AWKWARD PROBLEM OF RWCHING THE BACK WITH SUNTAN LOTION'. A FLEXIBLE BELT WITH A FOAM PAD AT ITS CENTER PERMITS THE APPUCATION W A MANNER BACK WITH A TOWEL ...A WE APPLICATOR FED THROUGH 4 CHANNEL IN Ocean to Hudson Bay Mining was dowi Vz to Sherritt to H. L. Crain Vz to Doma Industries Vi to SWt and Grea West Steel to GAINS POSTED IKJNTREAL continued to edge upward as a five sectors posted gains in ligh trading on the Montreal slocl market today. The banking sector, which Ic the advances early in the week dropped behind the others am industrials took the lead. Combined volume on th Montreal and Canadian stocl exchanges was com pared to at the sam time Wednesday. On index, industrials movei up 1.35 to 215.29, composite 1.1: lo 209.03, utilities .64 to 161.10 papers .14 to 88.29, and bank .13 to 253.13. Canron gained IVt to Falconbridge Nickel 1 to Andres Wines 1 to Alcan to S20V2, Petrofina Canada t and Canadian Imperia Bank ot Commerce 14 to RAPID RISE NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices rose rapidly in fast early trading, but soon gave up some of ils sharp gains. The noon Dow Jones averagi of 30 industrials was up 11.82 t( S45.29. Earlier it had been ahead nearly 18 points. Advanc ing issues on the New Yorl Stock Exchange held a 5-to-l ad vantage over decliners, but the margin narrowed down as Irad ing quieted. The flurry was caused by report from London that China and Russia were advising the Hanoi government to reach a peace settlement soon. Western diplomats in London said they knew of no such move. The NYSE index was up .63 at 60.48. The price change index a the American Stock exchange gained .10 to 27.47. The most active issue on the NYSE was Uniroyal, up V, to 5167k. A block of shares traded at unchanged from Wednesday. OPENED AFTER DELAY Upjohn, after a delayed open- ing because of heavy orders opened al S11715 up 4K. The company said it knew of no rea- son for the rise. Bausch and Lomb was off 2V8 to and Union Corp. was ofl After a delayed opening, Pola- roid opened at up Delta Air Lines, after report- ing record June traffic, picked up 2li to and ther air- lines sticks were firm. Alcan led Canadians, with' an advance of -A to Among gainers, Distillers Seagrams climbed to Massey- Ferguson to Walker- Gooderham lo and Dome Mines Vs to On the American Slock Ex- change, Brascan climbed vt to and Scurry-Rainbow de- clined to LEASE From your Franchisee! New Car Dealer t Better Service Facilities 1 Regular Warranty Inspections Befler choice of models More Flexible leasing Plans t Your lease can include maintenance, licence, and insurance INQUIRE NOW INTO THE ADVANTAGES OF LEASING OVER BUYING Contact BORIS KORESHENKOV Beny Automotive Enterprises Ltd. 2 Avenue and 8th Street S. Phone 327-3147 Named Salesman of the Month Bcny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased lo announce that Murray Bullock lias achieved the honor of "SALESMAN OF THE MONTH" for June, Murray has had a wealth of experience in the sales field in the auio- inobilc industry. He wel- comes his many friends and customers lo sec him for their every motoring need. He will be pleased to assist them in any way. BENY MURRAY DULIOCK CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT PHONE 327-3 MS 20.25 D Inlan Naf Gas North, Cent G33 12.12V2 Norlh. Cen B Pf 25.37% Pacific Gas Tr. 1225 Gaz Metro 4 B5 Gaz Mel PC A 7Q.UO Trans Cda Pipe 43.50 Trans Cda PI D fll.OO Trans Cda Pf A D1.50 Trans Cda War West Trans Wesl Tran WIs. 9.20 MUTUAL FUNDS Alia Tr 11.37% Alia Nat Ga: 1.20 .58 18.50 14.25 10.50 6.09 1.45 i.55 North Cdn Oir Nurnac Pan Can Pelt Pan Ocean Pelrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Selbens Tctsl Ulster West Oecalta West Pele B.B71 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqualalne 24.25 Brlnco 6.50 Cdn Brew A PI 30.50 Cdn Brew B 37.HO Cdn Pac Inv. Pf 25.no Crnwsnest 28.00 Cygnus A 4.80 Cygnus B 4.90 Falcon Copper 11.00 Genstar Home Oil A Home Oil B Hud Bay Co 1725 Gr In Shares Hud Bay Oil 41.63% Growlh Equity Hud Bay Oil Pf 50.50 Invesl Gr Fd Hugh Russell Pf 31.50 Invest Mut Husky Oil Id-M Mut Accum Husky Oil B Pt 4375 Mvt Gr Fund H, r hurchill Cop Dolly Varden For! Reliance Giant Mascot Granlsle Lytlon Min Primer .33 9.80 .21 825 B.DO 2.03 .14 i-UM LJIV i.'-i iv.ii- i ,1 ODC flA All Cdn Vcn 4.23 4-62 Weslcoasl Res .06 All Cdn Gr F 6.77 7.43 INDUSTRIALS A G.F Sp 3-M Dlock Bros 3.40 Cdn Invest Fd 5.05 5.54 B.C. S'J'ar 21.25 Colled Mut 6.7B 7.44 B.C. Sugar PId 1625 Common Int 14-35 15.61 Capf Inler 4.30 Common Lev 3 E7 Crest Fort Ind 3.80 13.87% Ccrp Invest 6.19 6'.67 Hys 3.30 31 50 Corp Invesl 5t F 5.6B Columbia Brew 3.30 3150 Dreyfus Fd US 13-1B 14.-1I Key Indusl .58 4.16 Air 23.25 7.B4 8.61 stampede Int Res .88 12.2.9 13.44 OILS 5.80 6.34 Albany Oil M 5.B3 6-11 Plain Pele .22 5.A3 5.97 Wcsf ExpJor .10 Toronto mines, industrials MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaffcho Bralorne Brou Lan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Cenlral Pat. Chimo Con west Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cralgmont DIckenson Minei Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mind Donalda Discovery Mines East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbrldge Frobex First Marlllmel Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway R.I- Holllnger (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OEf SALE .m. Quotes) a.m. Ouorcs) a.m. Quoits) 37.25 21.25 62.50 6.55 77.75 16.00 32.50 20.25 4.50 20.25 Norlex Osisko Pine Poinl Placer Dev. 35 Quebec Mai Rayrock Radiore 1.52 Rio Algom 21.00 16 25 Roman Corp. e.25 1.45 Sherrilt Gordon 1.12 Sleep Rock 1.95 6.25 Tek Corp. 5.10 1 d2 Texmonl -ft .13 Upper Canada 2.65 .53 Western Mines 3.25 B SO Wrlghl Hargreoves 1.17 2.12 Wiilroy 1.18 3150 Windfall .11 YeJIowknife Bear -1.20 .44 Zenmsc -16' 77.00 INDUSTRIALS .23 Dofasco .11 Cable 31.00 Ford of Am Grt Cdn ON Gen Molors Grt Likes Pp Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hur B. Erie Hiram Walker Imp Oil 3.90 11 1.13 Inl Nickel Int Pipe Inv Group A In; Ulil Abilihi .85 Alea 2 65 2.35 Algcma Sleel Atco Ind 6S.37V2 Allanlic Sugar .31 Agra Ind 60 Bell Tel Brazil Trac T.90 B.C. Te! 3.55 Burns 6 00 B.C. Forest 40.50 B.C. Sugar Hudson Bay M-S 19.62'A Bow Val Ind Hydra Ex. iron Bay (so Jollet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore LangiS Silver Madsen R.L. MBlarlic G.F. Marlln McNeely Maclnlyre Mela Mldrlm Inlern Mogul Nu West Homes New Athens New Calumet W. Horsa Copper Noranda Northgalt .29 3.35 I.S3 .27 9.25 .21 CAE .._ Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cell Calgary Po' Corn Credit Accept Lauren! ide Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A .Mel Slores 20.5" Massey Ferq 13 37V: McMillan Bice 11 Moore Corp 6.00 Molscns A 1375 Molsons B North Cent Power Crop Price Co 14.62Vi Rolhmans 21.00 St. Law Corp 21.12Va Shell CDA 3075 Simpson's Simp Sears Slecl of Cda j.25 Selkirk A 1.95 Texaco Traders Grp A 1.60 C.W.N. Gas Pfd 11.00 Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn Vfckers Chrysler C.P.R. Comlrco Cons Balh .15Va -Cois Gas 9.70 Cdn W nal Gas Dist Seaprams Dom Bridge Domlar Dom Texlile Dom Slores Dome Pete 1 06 .12 ER.no 9.75 76.25 4.75 12.53 30-10 16.00 27.25 Trans Mln Trans Can Pp Union GBS Union Oil Mfg Wesl Unicn Car Wesron's B 12 Woodward's A 18.25 West Cdn Seed 24.00 Zenilh Elec 36 50 BANKS 2? Cdn Imp 14.10 Monlreal 30.25 Nova Scolla 16.25 Royal 41.25 Tor Dom 37.25 23.75 31.50 30.25 9.37V3 19-25 1225 7.00 4.40 7.12 21.12V2 14.50 2 47.25 27.25 27.50 12.25 12.12 Vi B.75 22 20.00 44.75 26.50 40 00 34.00 46.03 16.25 23.00 4J.12VJ 13.75 41.2J 6.50 51.00 17.75 20.50 2B.12Vz 6.00 2.BO 26.75 20.00 32.25 Neiv York stocks (SnppUed By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr. T and T. Anaconda Belh Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont Gen Meiers Gull Int Harvester Kenn Copper Mont Ward 112.50 20 Golds 231.25 olf .21 ID Base W.A 93.0? oil .03 117.37V; 15 West Oils 235.03 up 2.21 32.62V2 Volume NEW YORK AVERAGES 5235 30 Indusl 945.29 up 11.BZ 29 75 20 Rails 337.98 up 1.61 2775 15 Ulililies 10951 up .83 3237V2 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stacks 3R1B Up 3.1B 2337V? 20 IndUSl 202.8.1 up 1.53 Volume ft Sears 1B.OO Sid Oil of N.J 28.00 Texas Gulf Texas Co. 54 75 Wix Corp U5.75 Woolworlh 74 West Elec 24.37V; U.S. Sleel 33.B7V3 Gen Tele Elec Hot money' burns Germans Thundoy, July I, 1972 THf UTHHIDOI HKAIP 11 TOO COLD FOR PEOPLE Only a dog could brave the chilly water on one of Toronto's beaches when the city's high temperature of 62 was 17 degrees below thot of Dawson in Yukon Territory. Lifeguard Leo Makrinichalos keeps a lonely vigil as the dog swims by. Grain price review WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed prices' were fractionally uglier in a local and commis- sion house trade at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Ex- change today. Flax was generally steady in a quiet volume of trade, rye was down slightly on commis- sion house selling and light de- mand, and were dull. oats and barley Wednesday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and 791, 000 of rye. Flax: July Vi higher 2.83 7s A; Oct. higher 2.87 %A; Nov. higher 2.86 V4; Dec. un- changed 2.82 %A. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. higher 2.5BA; Nov. 1 Vt higher FRANKFURT (Reuter) Several senior bankers here ex- act the West German goveni- nent to impose further controls o halt the continued heavy in- lux of foreign funds, following a resignation request by Fi- nance Minister Karl Schiller. Restraints imposed so far in the international currency tur lulence since Britain's floating if sterling have proved incffec- ive in defending the domestic economy against inflationary in- flows of speculative "hot they said- Government sources in Bonn eported that Schiller, who was julvoted by his cabinet col- eagues last Thursday when hey approved a central bank proposal for controlling foreign unds, submitted his resignation o Chancellor Willy Brandt this iveek. Senior bankers noted thai the entral bank had lo buy an esti- mated to million in the ast two days to prevent the I.S. dollar value falling below IE fixed minimum level of 3.15 narks. The central bank said earlier hat it spent about eight billion marks billion) last month buy unwanted dollars and ounds on the foreign exchange larket here lo support their rales in lino with international lonclary agreements. The bank's vice president, Otmar Emmingcr, said (he cen- tral bank had not been sur- prised by Ihe relalively high in- flow this week in view of the current uncertainties on inter- national currency markels. Funds had been Iransferred from Lcrdon aid Zurich to Wesl Germany, Emminger added. Several commercial bankers believe Schiller's intention to re- sign could open the way lor the central bank to push for more restrictions to keep foreign funds from entering West Ger- many. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided )y the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 32.15; Vednesday 32.69. Ked Deer: 32.20; Wednesday 32.48. Calgary: 32.20; Wednesday 32.49. Lethbridge: Nil; Wednesday 32.79. Lloydminster Nil; Wednesday 32.00. Fort Macleod: Nil; Lived on dog food BRISBANE, Australia (Beu- ter) A health officer inspect- ing a house in Bti exclusive sub- urb discovered a 72-year-old hermit who hafl lived for six yenrs without running writer, electric power or gas and who was eating only dog fond. Dividends By TIIH CANADIAN PRESS Gcnrr.il nakrrics 3Vj cents July 31, record July 15. SEBASTIAN TRANSFORMED Inn Rus5oll Sebastian, biling- uol Monlreafer who played iho rolo of Goorgo Bcrgor in HAIR, decided during a tondon holiday that his imago ncodol an overhaul. Kcilha McLean follows him through his haircut end Inlo o new wardrobn IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Wednesday 32.70. average average average average average average Total hogs sold Wednesday Average 32.64. Price of sows 23.90. 2.59 %B; Jan. 1 14 higher 2.57 KA; March unchanged 2.55B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July higher 2.41 %A; Oct. high- er 2.46 Nov. Vi higher 2.47; Dec. not open. Oats: July unchanged 69 V4A; Oct. unchanged 70 Dec. not open. Barley: July unchanged 1.11 A; Oct. Va lower 1.12 %B; Dec. not open. Hye: July lower 1.01A; Oct. lower 1.03A; Dec. Vi lower 1.02. Gram quotes Wednesd a y (basis High Low Close Flax Jly 283% 283% Oct 28014 286Vz 287 Nov 286% 286 Rapeseed Vancouver Sep 26314 25614 257H Nov 263% 25314 25814 Jan 258% 256 256 Mar 255 Dec 2B3 281 282% ..Rapeseed Thunder Bay Jly 24314 24M4 Oct 249V4 245% 246 NOV24814 24614 24614 Dec 24114 24214 Oats Jly 6914 Oct 70% 7014 70% Dec Barley Jly Oct 111 113 110% 1125, Dec Hye Jly Oct Dec 103 104% 10314 10174 103 IS 102V4 111 113 11234 103% 10214 Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary Livestock Mar- ket to 11 a.m. were head; mostly good and choice slaugh- ter steers and heifers. Trade was generally aclive. Slaughter steers were 25 cants higher with overfincshed steers selling under pressure and sharply discounted. Heifers sold steady, cows sold on a steady basis with younger kinds to 27 or better. Bulls steady. Choice steers 34.50 to 35.30, good 33.25 lo 34.25, medium 31.50 to 33. Choice heifers 32 to 32.40, good 30.75 to 31.75, me- dium 29 to 30.50. Good cows 25 to 26, medium 23.25 to 24.50, canners and cutters 19 to 23. Good bulls 25.75 lo 28. Replacement cattle were mainly yearling sleers weigh- ing more than 000 pounds and selling steady. No stock calves were offered early. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 34 lo 36.90, good stock and feeder cows 23 to 28. Hogs average base price 32.20. Leggy outrage RAGUSA, Sicily (Renter) A German woman tourist was fined for offending public decency afler a magistrate spot- led her silling with her legs crossed outside a cafe, ealing ice cream. He said she was re- vealing her entire left Iliigh. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOH WINNIPEG (CP) The Ca- nadian grain commission today announced the appointment of Earl Baxter ot Winnipeg as executive director, a newly- established position. rocessinq an jLJatairon d 1003 4lh Avenue S., Lelhbridgn Telephone 328-4426 roccssina Jobless parley fnot necessary' WINNIPEG (CP) Federal! finance minister John Turner said Wednesday he has turned down a Manitoba proposal for a general meeting of federal and provincial finance minis- ters to deal wilh unemploy- ment. "We have no plans for such a cnoference because we believe none is Mr. Turner said cf Manitoba finance min- ister Saul Cherniack's sugges- tion. "I'm more optimistic over the state of the economy than he is. "Mr. Cherniack wanted the conference to deal with some of the special employment pro- Executioner doing brisk business BANGKOK (AP) Thai- land's chief executioner, who has 107 notches on his ma- chine-gun, is doing brisk busi- ness these days. Mui Juichareon, 59, chief executioner of Bangkwang jail on the outskirts of Bangkok, executed seven persons in the first three weeks of June alone. He gets 350 baht an execution on top ot his baht monthly salary. His pay for June almost trebled. The National Executive Council, headed by Field Mar- shal T h a n o m Kittikachorn, which came to power in suc- cessful coup d'etat last Nov- ember, so far has ordered 19 persons executed for "serious crimes." The number of executions has led some Thais lo refer lo the ruling National Executive Council as the National Exe- cution Council. Chrysler seeks okay on hike DETROIT (AP) Chrysler Corp. announced Wednesday it has asked the Price Commis- sion for authority to increase prices for its 1973 model cars and trucks by an average of 5182 per vehicle. Chrysler became the second automaker to serve notice it wants to raise prices for 1973 models. American Motors Corp. announced last week it is boost- ing the prices of its Jeeps and passenger cars by an average of about five per cent. Neither General Motors Corp. nor Ford Motor Co. yet has indi- cated how much of an increase it will seek, although1 both have indicated they will apply for au- thority to add to price tags. Beef futures WINNIPEG beef futures close Wednesday. Jly 36.85; Sep 35.20A; Nov. 35.25A. Tuesday's volume: No con- tracts. grains Ihe government Bet vp last winter. We want ID evaluaU Ihe effecls of last winler'i grams first. "We're doing this now bu results won't be available until later tins month." After that the federal government would announce whether Ihe specIaJ programs would be continued, altered or dropped. Mr. Turner in an Interview said bilateral meetings be- tween himself and representa- tives of the individual provin- cial governments are proving more fruitful anyway than a general meeting on a nalional scale would be. 'We accomplished more In three hours with Manitoba Wednesday than we would in hvo days at a national meet- ing." A similar conference last week wilh Quebec also was marked by a co-operative spirit. The meeting between Mr. Turner and Mr. Cherniack was one of a series of talks be- Iween the federal minister and his p r o v i n cial counterparts that took him to Saskatchewan Wednesday, and was to take him to British Columbia today and Alberta Friday. Euromart legislation completed LONDON (AP) The British government's struggle to get European Economic Community membership through Parlia- ment was virtually completed late Wednesday night. The bill to take Britain Into Europe next Jan. 1 finished its committee stage Intact In the House of Commons. This line-by-line examination of the legislation was the most dangerous obstacle course on the Conservative government's road into the Community. On one crucial clause, the government's majority in the 630-seat 27 to four. Twice it was five, twice it was sbt, six times it was eight and 12 other times it was less than 10. Fewer than 100 parliamentar- ians were in the chamber when the debate ended. Prime Minis- ter Edward Heath's government won the right to cut tie talking short on each clause, to fore- stall any filibustering by anti- EEC members. The bill now awaits Its third reading, which the government is almost certain to win. After that it goes to the House of Lords, where the government has no worries on the size of its majority. The Lords last Octo- ber approved the principle of entry by 451 votes to 58. WHO IS GETTING THE BENEFIT of your brains and ability you or your boss? If you would like to earn all that you are worth wrilt for appointment to: BOX 7012 STATION "E" CALGARY DR. F. T. PRESTON wishes to announce his new office location al Suite 11, 740 4th Ave. S. PROFESSIONAL BUILDING (Phone number remains unchanged at 327-6737) THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (PART 3) (Section 90 (41) NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION Tha following notice is published in accordance wilh Ihe provisions of Tho Liquor Licensing Act: 1, Tha area comprising iho Town of Bow Island, boundaries being all of ihol area withi'n Ihe corporals limits of the Town of Bow Island, has been designated as a local oplion area for the purposes of the above Act. 2. The eighth day of August 1972 has been sel as the dare upon which the Board will consider applications for licenses under Ihe abovo Ael, unless prior (o (hat efala the Board has received a petition signed by 500 elector! of tho above described local option area or 10 per cenl of Iho number of persons named on the latest lists of ele of i to the Legislative Assembly from 1ho area comprising the local option area, whichever Is tho lesser number, requesting ihot iho Lieutenant Governor in Council submit to a vote of iho electors of the local oplion area a question In respecl of tho class of license applied for. Doled at Edmonton, this Twcnly-Firsl Day of June, 1972. A, D. ELLIOTT Chairman The Alberta Liquor Control Baaid NOTE: Pelilionj roqucsling a plebiscito vote must be on Ihe official pelilion forms which may bs obtained from Tho Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360 142 Street, Edmonion, T5J 2R4, together with InilfUc- Hons for iho lubmlsslon of a polition.