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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta t THE IFIHBRIDGE HEItAlD FriHciy, Mny 19. Sim-US Foods Wfe, plan! iscellancous quotations Vancouver, Ccilgary, Montreal (Supiilii'il liv Dnlirrlv, LAST HID (111 SALE Liberal at WESTERN OILS II a.m v.as lip from al Ihe same lime Thursday. Trading in slices of Vi'vaccr was delayed al Ik1 opening The company anni-.ti'iU'i'd Thursday the siuriing a U'tlcr of inlciu with W. II. Co. of New York for Ihe sale of M.-l per cent of Voyager s shares. iiger closed Thursday at 55.50, up -10 cent: Among Red Lake lost I1- lo S15 C o m b I n e d Hume o .Montreal and Canadian slock exchanges al II a.m. v.as shares, coiiipai'ed with al the. same time Thurs- day. Among advances. C o n s o 1 i- dated Halhursl gained r, to Slfi'j, Distillers Cnrv. Seagrams -'j lo Moore to 5-lli. Noranda lo Interna- linnal I'lililies r-, to ar.d luco lo Among declines. Maritime Kleclnc dropped I lo S.11. Fleet- iW-ood to SU'i', Canada Ce niei'.l In Trixec lo and Imasco lo S2-1." Wall SI. Xnnn UKC1NA (Cl'i Burns Fond. AIM Ltd. announced loday it A-MI inild a planl in Kegina' tip next year lo replace existing facilities v.'hich have become iiiildaled. rrtn The new planl will be con- j cn.ir slrucied in lloss Indislrial Park j ml il is still in Ihe planning i i stages and cnsl of Ihe facility won't be known for some lime, uurr The announcement was made I in a news release by J. F. j Turner, Hegina planl manager. He said the old plant will con-; Pom (iiiiie. operating until new faeil-1 jlies are in production, b'kcly sr-u by late next summer. Earlier, Burns had announced il would close (he Kegina plant because of ils oul-of-dalc facil-; ilifs. This decision was ro- i versed last month after reprc- penlalinns by the city and gov- ernment. Oil Wni trr Prrv Pi I'-r Prov S1C A.KI WulUfll Gr F Cdn Send ii'ld CALGARY PIPE LINE STOCKS ras lpnrl Nat C.13 nncJ C Gas snd C B Pfd Ac ,al Sav 7.20 7.D7 5.77 57? 62H 6 BS 5 05 5.5.1 4.62 t-.W 7.26 117 5.51 P.PI New cattle car Ailns I B.1IU Dryccn l Croycln DanKoe Dolly 10.60 11.42 fa Vcnl 7.a B.3! VANCOUVER MINES 1.1 75 5.1.50 1087'} tcrnex OTTAWA fCP) The Cana- dian Labor Congress represent- ing 1.7 million members volcd Thursday to work for Ihe defeat lo of the Liberal government of MONTREAL (CP) A modi- fied railway car recently made a scries of experimental trips from Saskatchewan lo Toronto loaded with cattle to lest a new .it lom retluce (ime 1 COO W. fv. 11.75 AH Ccin dn Divid nl -1 Ifl v.illcv cooper f B.4B V.'C Re.; 9.71 10 41 INDUSTRIALS expressed Lhuir views following debate of a numlier of icsoln- (jons critical of llic Trudeau ad- ministration. The resolutions followed an address lo the convenlion by David Lewis, lender of the New Democratic Parly. slock cars equipped wilh fccrl- in-lransil facililies. G. J. Scddon, tha company's markcling director of food prod- ucts, said the system could in- crease the productivity of rail facilities by allowing a cattle car lo make four Lrips ip.slead of [he usual Ihrcc. BOOST AVAILABILITY "Because transit limes can be "ales lo Ihc I ported IJ" yearlings each cut from five to three days, it at convention lr'P Irom Slvilt Current, Sask- i mean a significant in- The cattle car, modified by o ic era fiovcrnmiMi o Prime Minister Tiiidcan in the I nichard Cox of Webb, nuxL federal election i alld operfitecl by CP Hail, trans- Livestock Cd-i Pd-.'fir Ir Cygnui A CvgruiS H 75 3i T, AGP Cdn lin 5 !i Col Mill 5.50 Crrnw I fmnw r Ccrn In Block Bros oecinl .NEW YO.'IK i AP> Sicol; prices climbed sharply today, fol.twmg through on Ihc inomcn- Campbell l tiun of Thursday's rally. The Dow Jones average of .10 on the Calgary livestock mar- Dome Mine? lo Camfln industrials at noon was up 15.40 i kel lo 11 a.m.. about 475 head; CO cenls 10 rJ.55. Giant Yellow- ;1( 057.53. Qn Thursday, Ihe Do'.v nearly all replacements. Trade knife IT ocnls in and gained over 10 points." was strong and active. Sigma. 75 cenls lo sfi 50. AssociatLHi press oico-st Beverage, oil refining, com-' M nnnn was lm j.g a( 334.0." Noon prices on the New York Slock Exchange included Itoyal Dutch down '.i to Diebold up 2 to and Gcodvear olf lo SK'v. Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Ray rid flunll Rr'Sffl HULKy Oil 7.07 7.76 3.53 t3-L- 5.C6 5 55 B-c- t Bfi 7 Capl Inlor l.ui 1605 cresmrcoK F Ind Tlnvc'.l 63.'l7 tJS Ea'jily T-f-ft B Jl OILS Gr F 1? 73 13 .n Albany Oi' Wiirual S S3 616 Plains Pele Ac 5-E7 fi.JS Explor Calgary livestock CALC.AHY ,CP, Ueceipis mj (Supplied By Ittchardsnn Secnrllirs of Canada) LAST HID OR SALE Insufficient slaughter steers or heifers were offered (o es- tablish a market. A lew cow? were steady, quality consid- crcd. Good to meflium .slaughter cows 25 to 27.511. canners and cullers 20 lo 24.SO. i replacement cattle were Among Canadian issues. Inco I mainly yearling steers less p-n-cT lo sit: Slater Walker was up to llassey Fer-1 ihan 750 jiounds and yearling Canada to and Ilraisou 'j gusmi-ns In S15'.i ami Gcustar heifers less than 700 pounds lo 515'i. Alcan losl to Tara dropped lo Bell On the American Slock Ex- 'i to SI5'-i. Hudson Bay .Mining change. Canadians were mostly to Acres Lid. 'i lo unchanged, with I'reslon adding Canariian Imperial Bank ;'.a to to and i'alconbridgc lo municolion. real estate and in- dustrial mining issues moved sharply higher "as all of the in- dustrial index 17 flib-gioups rrgistorod gains. Eleclrnhomc rose l'i lower 2.43 nfiA: Nov. unchanged 2.50 ?-zA; Dec. 'i higher 2.47B. Oats: May unchanged 69A; July unchanged 69 Oct. unchanged 70A; Dec. not open. Barley: May unchanged 1.09 July and Oct. not open. Rye: May not open; July un. Thursday's volume 'of trade i changed 1.01 Ocl. Is higher as bushels of flax, 1.1 "2R: not Grain quotes Thursday (basis 007.000 of rapesced and cf rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: May I 'i higher 272A; July higher 2.72 'iB; On 1 higher 2.74 Nov. 1 'i high- I Close. 270' 'i 270's 271'2 272's 27I1T, 270'.'i 272 By Gene LASER i A SBACE BATTLE BETWEEN TWO SPACESHIPS ISTHEB.SSI5J OF A NEW "PlNBAlL MACHINE" THAT JSES REAL.LASERSTO iSCOSE POINTS, .VWNEUVERIUS' A30VE A CRATERED SURFACE, EACH SHIP TRIES TO ZAP THE OTHER FOR 5fOiNTS-OR10, l Flax May Jly Oct. Dec Jim 251) 25fi 2571', T: i Nov 2r j Jan 2.54 25 Rapcsrcrt Thunder Bay May Jly Oct. Nov 2-13H 251 >i MIS Oats May Jly" Ocl. llarlcy May j.lly Ocl 111 live May Mly 1 Ocl. I Dec inp.i 711 'a llltfi 101 I017 lOH I.IVKMS Female orlliofiiialh spidct'.1; I may Jive1 up lo years. Equipped with an automatic crease in the availability of cat- feeding and watering system, lie ears duringjhe peak periods the car made each Irip in less n Uian three days, wilh no rest and feeding stops. of livestock ho said. "II would also ensure faster The same shipment normally i deliveries lor shippers." would lake nbeiiit five days, be- Most of Ihc livestock shipped cause federal laws stipulate ani- from Western Canada to the I innls musL be unloaded every M i car.tcrn provinces moves during from coasl to coast." The resolutions urging a Lib- eral (iefwil were submilted by the Otlawa local of the Interna- tional Association of Maclunists and Aerospace- Workers and by the Vancouver local of the United Brotherhood of Carpen- ters and Joiners of America. [ceding andv.aleringfacililio-'. necessarily provide lower costs Mr Cox's modifications lo Ihe j for the consumer or the shipper, aihvay car include gravily-Ie'f I ''We see it as opportunity loppers or feeders, for pel'e- to restrain he said "it hoppi food and a watering ?ys- Icm filling from rooftop tanks. Two 400-gallon tanks supply four self-filling watering bowls. i one at each end of the car and Prior to the debate, Mr. Lewis m wcllnr is ln" I, I n A d'n-Tnrr Iho V.'illlCV urged organized labor lo in- crease its support for the party in Ihe federal election, expected this summer or autumn. Mr. Lewis said he can make no extravagant predictions (hat Ihe party will win the election or even form the official opposi- tion. 'WIN LARGE PARTS' "But we can win large parts of this he said. healed during lhe months to prevent freezing. POOD IN HOPPERS r would probably have a hold-on effect rather than a reduction effect." WON'T REDUCE PRICES Shipping costs have been ris- ing considerably, he said. The seasonal nature of livestock transportation and the demand lo replace old rail cars would ilcnd lo discourale a reduction The four hoppers, also locatca i in pnces_ al the ends of the car, contain j "Transportation Is not a about pounds of food pel- j pai-L Of Lnc costs Of i lets which pour into troughs as Ihe animals feed. The feeding and watering equipment requires very little space inside the cattle car, re- plncing only about two aver- It costs about three cents a pound lo transport beef to Mont- "Many people believe Mic j age-sized animals, country will be belter off for) The cattle for the three expcr- having more New Democrats in Parliament.'1 Mr. Loivis aho look oppor- lunily lo lick otf labor on the issue of equality for women and on its approach to collective bargaining. Unions have not taken suffi- cicnl aclion to eliminate clis- crimination against women in the work place, he said. Preju- dices and obstacles existed on imcnlal trips each were prov- Shippcrs will be able to save on the new system because ol a raduclion in the loss of weight of (lie cattle wliilc in transit, he said. Chief Inspector Walter Koe- idcd by Bcsvuck and Lang Live1- plcr of lnc Ontario Humane So- stock Ltd. of SwiU Currem, Ihe cattle car major shipper of livestock. I each cxperi- The first trial run was com- nin and said the pro- plelcxl in 72 hours and Ihe 83 calile showed an average weight shrinkage of 8.8 per cent, below the usual average loss of about nine to per cent. During the second experirr.nn- tal run, with 90 cattle, the both sides of the bargaining i transit time WES reduced to GC hours and the shrinkage to (i.G per cent. And during the third trip, the catlle lost only per cent of their body weight and Ihe lime was reduced to G3 hours. CP Rail is studying the eco- lable arid must be overcome. He also repeated his standing advice to labor negotiators to avoid extravaganl initial wage demands. All such lactic accom- plishes, he said, is creation of undue expectations among union members. nomics and potential benefits of a large-scale conversion o f The convention also dealt with 1____________________________ a number of housekeeping mat-' ters, including a raise to a year from in the sal- ary for CLC President Donald MacDonald. posal "has excellent merit and deserves to be studied very closely." "It's definitely a step In Iho right direction for belter catlle Beef futures WINNIPEG beet futures close Thursday: Jly 36.30N; Sep 34.GOB. Wednesday's contracts. volume: No Montana firm opposes gas decision EUTTE. Mont. (AP) The Montana Power Co. said yes- terday it would petition the Federal Power Commission for a re-hearing on a decision tc allow an Omaha, Neb. nalural gas firm Lo transport Monlana gas lo the midwest. If the appeal fails. Montana Power chairman J. E. Corelle said he would seek to block the transfer in the courts "to safe guard Ihe Montana gas sup- plies for Montana customers The FPC allowed the North- ern Natural Gas Co. to take gas from Ihc Tiger Ridge fields near Havre and transport it lo Minnesota for use in the mid- west, overruling ils own hear- ing examiner v.'lio said l.ile last year [he gas would he used if kepi in lhe slate. Earlier this monlh Canadian government approval was gain- ed for transporting the. gas in a pipeline through Canada. TRADE UP NOW TO ONE OF THESE LOW MltEAGE "Standard of Jhe Motoring World" All equipped with air condilicning for summer driving comforl. 1971 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE In a lovely blue finish wilh black vinyl roof, equipped with cruiio control, power seals, clcclric door locki, ttsreo deck, cuslom radio, plus olhcr exlros. 1971 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE In a lovely maroon finish while vinyl roof and molcn- ing interior. Equipped with cruise control, power scat and windows, elec'rit door locks, slcreo lapa deck, cuslcm radio, plus olhc' extrcs. 1970 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE In lovely olive green finish black v'nyl rcof, equipped with cruise control, cuilom radio, plus many exclusive Cadillac extras. 1966 CADILtAC COUPE DE VILLE Lovely blue finish wjlh block vinyl rocf. Equ'ppcd power s-eal? end dcor locks, cL'Blcm rcciio, plus mcny oilier cxlrcs. 1971 BU1CK ESTATE WAGON (3 Green with sido pcncilnig, mcicli'ng vinyl roof, roof rack, clcclnc iccts, control, cuslcm radio, plus many other cxlras. Coll 32S-1101 lo view cne cf these fine cars CHEVROLET GLDSMOBILE 2nd Ave. and Blh St. S. Lcrhbricigo CORRECTION On page 34 (page 6 of Woolco Flyer) of Wednesday, May 17, Ihc following item should have been inserted. SLIM-LINE CANDY "The Appclito Tamer" Die) plan. Choose chocolate earmel, vanilla carmol or mixed fruil............................ EACH INSTEAD OF WOOLCO SLIM 'N' TRIM Sorry for any inconvenience Open daily 9 n.m. lo 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Madrath Drive ;