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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JJJJOA HU1S Industrial as prices TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were off fractionally in light mid-morning Irading today. Industrials slipped .28 to 213.99, golds .03 to 205.36 and base metals .19 to 95.54. Western oils, however, rose .59 to 255.22. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from the shares traded by the same time Thursday. Bank, communication, merchandising and real estate stocks contributed to the market's decline while chemical, food product, general manufacturing and pipeline issues wero up fractionally. Declines and advances were equal, each with 102, while 200 issues remained unchanged. Interpool fell to Federal Grain fo Harlequin li to Versafood to and Bramalea Construction 25 cents to Canron rose to Texas Gulf Vi to Allarco lo Neonex Vi lo and Algoma Steel Vi to Bethlehem dropped Va to and Falconbridge Va to Gibraltar climbed V4 to and Anglo United seven cents to Pan Ocean slipped Vi t o W.'t ,Noi-th Canadian 20 cents to and Voyager 10 cents to Pan Canadian increased by Vi to and United Canso 30 cents to MONTREAL (CP) All sec tors were up with industrials taking the lead in light trading on the Montreal slock marke today. Combined volume on th Montreal and Canadian stoc exchanges at 11 a.m. was 339, 741 shares compared with 245 000 at the same time Thursday On index, industrials were u .53 to 231.49, composite .20 t 222.35, papers .17 to 86.63, s slip es .14 to 101.19 and banks .10 272.95. Rapid Data was down 'A to 18V4 while Inland Natural Gas as up Vi to and Noranda 4 to On the Canadian Stock Ex-hange, Gaspe Quebec was up ive cents to 85 on shares quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrly. McCuaig Limited) LAST lill) OU SALE A a.m. Quoles) Quo es) a.m. Quoits) WESTERN OILS Hud Bay Pld 55.5! Or In J.40 w Aim nex Hugh Russel 43.00 Or Equll, B.47 Ula East Gal Husky Oil Gr F 11.58 T3.7J g samera Husky Oil B Invest Mutual S3 r inland 11.75 Husky Oil War 5.00 Ac 6.13 REYKJAVIK (Heuler) la tout 40 British trawlers hLve treated from a possible cod U ar showdown with Icelandic tl jnboats and moved well away la om fishing grounds off Ice- retreo nd's northwest coast. In Tho coast guard said today ou ere have been DO Incidents in ie fishing-limit disputo in the co ist three days but there was js] 3 explanation why the British in cod iwler fleet has moved well a t to sea and dispersed. r Sbservers said one reason uld be that the 2, 450- ton Brit- U i frigate Aurora was reported preaching Iceland's east g ast after a two-day voyage a >m Eosyth, Scotland, and ,the c iwlers could be moving to- 1 irds her to continue fishing a der the protective wing of t e Royal Navy. a Cmdr. Charles Adams of the t support ship Miranda vised the trawler skippers 1 lursday: "Paint your ship's e me and registration marks e i again." C He later reported: "There I e no longer any Bullish traw- z rs here with blotted-out imes and all are now flying t e flag." The trawlers had their names i jliterated to avoid identi-cation, after Iceland extended s fishing limits to 50 nautical 1 dies from 12 Sept. 1. Both Britain and West Ger-lany have refused to recognize ie new limit saying it violates itemational law. Iceland protested that the lotting out of names violated itemational navigational nd depicted Ihe trawlers as plates, threatening to punish Km by cutting tbe wires of. fishing gears. In Reykjavik Thursday, Helium and Iceland signed an greement giving Belgium rights to fish Inside Ice-ind's contested 50-mile limit, nd Foreign Minister Einar guslsson said tbe accord mounted to a de facto recogrj. on of the new limit. But political sources In Iw and said the British fisb-rmen's retreat could be fof motional reasons. Barnard :arroll, 47, a seaman from tha rawler Falstaff, had an ana mputated in a hospital in Isat-ord, northwest Iceland, two ays ago. He had had his arm crushed vhilo fishing outside the new imit and was brought ashoro >y the German support ship s-rithjof. In London Thursday, British >f ficials said Britain will soon :onsult West Germany about wssible resumption of Anglo-celandic negotiations, broken off in July, for an interim solu-ion of the fishery limits dispute. Oil Gas 3.60 Infer Prov pipe 12.2S U an Soulh 7.10 Inlcr Prov sled j 401 dn Ex Gas Kaiser Res 2.W Jj ?'J; t J! dn Homesld HGF Manage 4.55 rr 111 5 si i -dn Ind Gas Oil Pacilic Pete 42.75 Kffi H1 fAi Super 50.50 Rainier cf 7B7 B'H> :dn Long li .3! Sandwell 4.00 Ac S '.10 Teledyne sav 8.4! Zhleflan 11.25 West Cdn Seed Vanauard 9431043 Dome Pela 41.00 White Yukon 14.50 a VANCOUVER St Plain! 33.00 Westlleld l.H MINES Gl Cdn Of! 7.75 CALGARY Aflwi 9.75 1 Lochlel 1.64 Acroll .55 Atlas Explor North Cdn Oil 5.90 Barons Oil Balh Norse .73 Numac 18.00 Norm Cont .0? Brcnda i.15 Pancdn Pete 14.75 West Warner .39 Churchill Copper .65 Pan Ocean 14.87ft Croyden Pelrol 1.2! UI''E Davenport .60 P nnacle .36 Alla Gai A Dankoe .sa Place Gas .78 Alta Gas prel Dolly Varden .34 Pondpr M Alta Nat Gas 20.75 nyriaslv 94S Ranger Nal Gas 15.00 EqSrial M F1 Scurry Rain N and c Gas 18.3'vi Fort Reliance .37 11 SMOner 78 N and C B prd JS.50 Giant Mascot 5.15 Sa bens Trans 13.00 Grahle 7.40 To ol Pete ;'ao Gai wetro -i.90 Lcrnex 8.20 n Uster IJB Melro A Minerals 1-95 ri w DPi-AiiA Cda Plpa -15.00 primer .12 u Sestet' ,SS Trans Cda B 41.75 d MISCELLANEOUS Trans Cda War 11.75 Texmont .43 .NDUSTR.ES VJC Trans Trojan ?-25 j Aqullaine 36.H MUTUAL FUNDS INDUSTRIALS Brinco AH Cdn Com B.54 ?.57 Block Bros 3.25 r. Cdn B 37.00 Cdn vent 437 4.7B CapV Inter 3.8S S Cdn Pacific Inv 34.87'A f.mr Gr F 4-42 7.05 Columbia Brew 3.00 r Crowanest Ind A G F Sp 3'31 Crestbrook F Ind 3.75 Cygnus A 5.50 cdn F 5.74 Hys 310 i Cygnus B tol Mutual 6.77 7.65 Key tncJuit Falcon Copper -12.75 cmnw Inter 15.11 56.60 Pacific W Air 22.75 Genstar 14.871'z Lev 4.U 4.55 Stampede InN .76 sees goot unemployi omething of y in the fa( lously height ivity that is he country." Mr. Todgh smployment down more centage point G.4 per cent i the end of thi "Barring t some outside sent busina. pattern, it se employment complete pe the end of n He added: ployment rm ord level th about tbe fanks and Israeli warplaiic al-acks on Arab guerrilla bases. ;ases. The market appeared to be eaded towards a fourth con-ecutive day of losses. The noon Dow Jones average f 30 industrial slocks was up 1.22 at 962.67. Declines seized a 544-to-502 lead over advances. The New York Stock Ex-hange index of common tucks was down .02 to 60.60. At lie American Stock Exchange, he price change index was down .01 to 28.48. The two banks which raised their prime rates to per cent were Mellon National of Pittsburgh and First National City. Most-active on the biff hoard was Armstrong Cork, ffiiwn ?fe to Chemical N.Y. Corp. was down 1 to after a block trade of shares at 54. Gulf and Western preferred A fell Vie to The company recently announced decreased earnings. International Nickel fell to and Alcan was up to B Invest fi.86 Albany Oil .98 Hud Co 1B.50 Corp In St F 5.28 577 Plains Pete .27 Hud Bay Oil Dreyfus F U.S. 13.07 14.74 Western Explcr .ID Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Sccnrllies oi Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. auoresl m-.OO a.m. Quoteil MINES Norlex .55 Dome. Pela 40.62'A Acms .35 Osisto .n Dofasco 59.25 Advocate Asb. 1.51 Pine Point 31.75 Cable 21-50 Akallcho .54 Placer Oev. 41.75 Grt Cdn OH Bralorne 3.2S P.C. Exp. 5.TO Gen Motors 75.00 Broulan .30 Quebec Mao .11 Sri Lakes Pur 15.75 Bethlehem Rayrock 1.10 Gull Oil Cda 34.75 Brunswick 3.BO Radlore .29 Greyhound 2I.1SV4 Canada Tung. 1.59 Rio Algom 20.00 Havvker Sid 3.65 Casslar 17.00 Roman Corp. Hur Erie 31.37J4 Central Pal. sherrill Gordon 15.50 Hiram Walker Chimo .98 Silver Miller -Cil'a Imp Oil 3J.25 Conwesl steep Rock 1.97 Imasca cons. Rambler 1.92 Tek Corp. 5.00 Int Hlcke] J5.55 Coin Lake Texmoot .43 Inl Pp 28.00 Cochenour .W Upper Canada 2.73 Inv Grp A 9.37'A Cralgmont 7.75 Western Mines 3.05 Int UMI 42.75 Dickenson Mines 2.70 Wright Hargreaves 1.15 Indus! Accept 21.37'A Denlson Mines 31.50 Willroy 1.29 Laurentlde 13.75 Deer Horn .03 Windfall .lOVj Kelly Doug A 7.75 D'Eldona Yellowknlfe Bear 4.10 Loeb 3.60 Dome Mines 71.50 Zenmac .11 Lohlaw A Dlscove'rv Mines INDUSTRIALS Fast Malarlic TiM Abltibl 10.5S McMillan 35.50 East Sullivan 2.40 Atcan 33.75 Corp 45.50 Fa conbridge Algoma Steel 14.62'A Molsons A 29.50 Frobex 35 Atco Ind 12.87'.4 Molsons B 29.50 First Marllimes !s2 Atlantic Sugar 6.12V, Norm Cent 12.25 Giant Y K. 7.40 Agra Ind 12.W Power Corp 12.75 Bovis Bell Tel 43.55 Price Co 1D.M14 Granduc 3.75 Brazil Trac 21.25 Rolhmans 21.50 Headway R.L. 5.50 B.C. Tel 59.50 St. Law Corp 20.00 iolllnger 41.35 Burns ".25 Shell CDA. 48.87'A Hudson Bay M-5 22.00 B.C. Forest 22.87A Simpson's Hydra Ex. .20 B.C. Sugar Simp Sears rin Bay 3 35 Bmir Val Ind 35.50 Steel ol Cda so 1 CAC Ind 8.75 Selkirk A 25.50 Jollet Quebec .23 Cdn Brew 8.00 Texaco 54.50 Kcrr Addlson 10.50 Chemcell 3.80 Traders Grp A 19.87% Key Anacon .wfi Col Cell -80 Trans Mtn Pp 23.62'A Labrador 40.00 Calgary 24.50 Trans caa Pp 44.75 Lake Shore 3.30 Coron Credit 1.65 Union Gas 13.00 anqls Silver .06 C.W.N. Gas Pld 11.50 Union Oil 46.00 MadUn R.L. .SB Cdn Ind 17.00 Versatile Mtg 7.00 Malarlic G.F. 1.P5 Cdn Marcon 5.00 Wesleel 21.00 Marlin McKeely .12 Cdn Victors 10.75 Union Car 17.00 Maclnlyre J1.00 Chrysler 30.00 Wcston's a Mela .11 C.P.R. 1S.1TO A 28.00 Midrim .14Vi Cominco 27.37Vi Wet Cdn Seed 6.50 Infern Mogul 11.00 Cons Balh 14.65Vj Zenilh Elec 3.20 No West ilomel 9.50 Cons Gas 18.75 BANKS New Alhona .14 Dlst Seagram! 35.75 Cdn Imp 57.75 New Calj.-nel .23 Dom Bridge Montreal 20.75 Horse Copper 2.65 Oomtar 16.50 Nova Scolfa 33.00 Noranda 40.37VJ Dom TexliU 23 50 Royal 33.75 585 Dom Stores 16.00 Tor-Dom 36.12'.] Neiv York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and T DO Sears 107.75 20 Golds 205.36 off .43 Anaconda 13.B7'A Sid O1I of H.J. BUS 10 Base Met ?5.13 off -A3 Beth Sleel 30.00 Texas Gulf 117.73 15 W Oils 255.37 up .74 Chrysler 31.00 Texas Co Volume Comsat Si.SO Wickes Corp 26.75 VftBl, AVCDAGF? Dupont 181-75 Woolwor t h 37.75 NEW YORK AVERAGES GM 77.25 -41.37W 30 Indusf 942.67 up .22 Gulf 24.67'A U.S. Steel 30.1.U'z 20 Rails 229-44 Up .39 Int Harvester 37.75 Gen Tel Elec 15 Utililics 110.24 off .32 Kenn Copper 24.37'A TORONTO AVERAGES Stocks 315.06 up .04 Monfgomery 73.50 20 Indust 213.97 olf .30 deal amioiuiced PEKING (Reuler) China las signed an agreement to buy tons of nickel from Canada, a Canadian embassy spokesman said today. He said that the value o! the deal was about million but said he did not know when deliveries will begin. The spokesman said the contract-was negotiated during tha two-week Canadian trade fair at Peking's industrial exhibition centre which closed last Saturday. It was signed earlier thia week. He said that two Canadian companies were involved but declined to name them. Informed sources here said that the major supplier was the International Nickel Co. The nickel order follows tho signing of contracts last week for Chinese purchases of million of high-grade aluminium from the Alcan company and million of potash from predicted un-figures should be than half a pcr-, from the present ale of 1971, before s year. he imposition of force on the pre-s and industrial -ems to us that un-could drop another rccntege point by ext year." "although unem-y be at near rec-ere is no question ct lhat unemploy-> record high b it all the imph'ca-reased income and Knver and increase In economic activity es even more bead for By JOHN BURNS FP Publications PEKING-One of the highest petroleum delegations 2hina has ever sent abroad lined -with Canadian diplomats nere last night prior to Its departure on a coast-to-coast tour of Canada. The delegation, which will arrive in Canada on Tuesday, Is waded by Tang Ke, a vice-minster of the ministry of fuels and chemicals. The delegation will start its :our in Halifax, moving on to Montreal and Toronto before heading out to the West. All told it will be in Canada about three weeks. The tour follows on the Canadian trade fair in Peking, at which Chinese officials demonstrated an acute interest in Canadian methods of drilling for oil and gas, particularly offshore. So far the Chinese are be-leved to have made little or no attempt to develop the Canada ministeral resources thought to ie along tho continental shelf off their 'coasts. However Canadian officials believe that the decision Iras been taken to move swiftly into offshore to boost overall oil >roduction, which is currently about one-third of Canada's. On their tour the Chinese will visit an oil rig somewhere off ;he coast of the Slaritimes and inspect the Halifax shipyard ol Elawker Siddeley of Canada Ltd., which builds oil rigs. They will also visit refineries, laboratories and oil wells In tha West, as taking a look at the pipelines which carry oil and gas to market. The two deputy leaders of tha delegation are reckoned to ba among China's top oil Chen-ming, vice-chairman of the Taching oil field which accounts for about two-thirds o! China's daily production of barrels, and Chiao Li-jen, director of the petroleum department of the ministry of fuels and chemicals. walk< may TOHONTC 200 elevator pairmen w against fiv companies union leadei strike by tr Mediation between th ion of El and the Manufactur didn't prodi Issues In wages, frin ion jurisddc James agent for t cal, said tl panies are operations are not gou by America E. M. _Ti emp loy< millee, sa panies bull, Monlj Westinghou. elevator i pair work Mr. Tuff pervisory elevators o Mr. Hug! instal working fo in other pr legal sti weekend a join the [Hit prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 35.50, average Thursday 35.59. Red Deer: 35.50, average Thursday 35.40. Calgary: 34.95, average Thursday 35.33. Lethbridge: N 1 1 average Thursday 35.34. Lloydminster: Nil, average Thursday 34.78. Fort Macleod: Is'il average Thursday 35.20. Grande Prairie: Nil average 34.30. Total hogs sold Thursday average 34.46. Hogs sold to 11 a.m. Gen a Fawcelta REMOTE SURGtirf MAXIMUM SAFETY FROM INFECTION IN AN OPERATING ROW IS POSSIBLE BYKEEP-INSOUTEVERlONE BUT THE RM1ENT. DELICATE SURGERY WILL SOON BE ATTEMPTED IN LONDON BV71NV MECHANICAL 'HANDS' MANIPULATED BYA SURGEON CUT5ID6 duties 011 potatoes WASHINGTON (CP) The United States tariff commission ruled Thursday that U.S. industry is likely to be injured by the "dumping" of Canadian instant-potato granules and thus extra customs duties will be assessed on such imports. By a vote of 3 to 0, the commission upheld the treasury department's determination of last June 7 that Canadian potato granules were being sold in the U.S. at less than fair market value. Three other commissioners did not participate in the decision. Such imports between August, 1970, and last December were valued at the treasury department said. The amount of extra duties applied to such imports will be determined at a later date, a spokesman and re-mt on strike here e major elevator across Ontario and rs expect a national e weekend, talks Wednesday e International Un-svator Constructors Canadian Electrical srs A s s o c 1 a tion ce a settlement. the dispute include ;e benefits and union. Hughes, business ie Toronto union lo. e five struck cpm-all American-owned and warned, "We ig to be dictated to n companies." di, chairman of the r negotiating com-i d the five com-3tis Elevator, Armor and se did most of show inc OTTAWA (CP) Govern ment pension, welfare and sim liar payments to individual! now run to more then ?I0.2 bil lion a year, up by more thar one-fifth from last year, Statis tics Canada reports. The figure covers to-called "transfer payments" made bj all levels of government to indi vidiials, other than wages anc salaries paid to full or part time government employees Transfer payments are not, ir other words, paid in return fo services rendered. The statistics bureau's na lional accounts show that sucl payments ran to billion las year and rose to an annual rat of billion in the first threi months of this year. The lates figures on the gross naliona product show they reached rate of billion in the sec ond quarter of this year. A large part of the increas is believed to reflect the highe rates of unemployment insui ance benefit that became effec live this year. Average benefit now run to a week, com pared wilh B week rease the old unemployment Insurance plan. The national accounts show lhat total personal income this year is running in excess oi billion. Of this, nearly billion is in wages, salaries and supplementary labor income. But tho transfer payments from governments to individuals now account to per one-eighth-of total per-1 sonal income. For the whole of 1971 such transfer payments amounted lo 11.3 per cent of personal income. It means that a somewhat i smaller proportion of total per-; sonal Income is earned in 3 wages, salaries and supple-' mentary payments for labor. The percentage of income i earned in such direct fashion has fallen at mid-1972 to 68.6 per cent from 69.5 per cent last year. a The other two main sources r of personal income grew pro-- portionally to total income, and maintained relatively the same s importance. Each contributes about 7.5 per cent to total per-r sonal income. futures WINNIPEG becj futures close Wednesday: Opcr Close Wed. Sep S4.50 34.50 34.00B Nov 35.00B 34.45N Jan 35.05B 34.75N May 34.50B 33.45B Wednesday's volume Three livestock CALGAHY (CP) Receipts Good bulls 27 to 30. to 11 a.m. today on the Calgary Replacement eatlle were Livestock Market totalled mainly yearling steers, weigh-head, practically all replace- ing 750 pounds up, and met a ments. Trade was active. keen demand at strong prices. Slaughter steers and heifers Stock calves were mostly in sold in line with Thursday's the 250 fo 400 pound c ose, with no strictly choice range, selling at steady prices, kinds on offer. Sows were fully Good feeder steers 750 steady to 50 cenls higher. Bulls pounds up 34 to 39.10, under steady. 750 pounds 38 lo 41. Good feed-Choice steers 32.25 lo 33.50, er heifers 31 to 34.25, good good 31 to 32.25, medium 30 to stock steer calves under 400 31. Choice heifers 30 to 31, pounds 45 to 55. Good stock good 28.75 fo 30, medium 27.50 heifer calves under 400 pounds 0 28.75. Good COWS 25.50 to 38 to 44.50. 26.50, medium 23.50 lo 25.25, No hogs were reported sold canners and cutters 13 to 23. lo 11 and re-n the country. said he expects can keep perational. es said most of the lers and repairmen the five companies ovinces will be in a ike position by the nd are expected to AGENCIES 822 3rd. Ave. So. Phone 327-1116 Multiple Listing Service -Excluiive Agenli for BOYCHJCK Comtrutlion Lid. Insurance Service IN ADDITION now announce EXPANSION of our APPRAISAL DEPARTMENT for -Capital Gains Market Valua -Highest and Beit Insurance Feasibility .-For Appro sal In for ma lion call: Norm Ken Branch Jerry East oil mission on its way OTTAWA (CP) Delegate; from live Middle East countries will arrive in Canada Saturday to discuss purchase from Can ada of oil and gas cquipmen and consulting services. The trade department said to day the six-member group with delegates from Iran, Iraq Lebanon, Saudi Arabia am Syria, arrives in Montreal Sepl 9 and spends two days in To ronto before travelling lo Ed monton and Calgary for furUie meetings. The group will he accom panied by government trade of realizes from oil, gas bids EDMONTON (CP) The Al-, berta government realizec from a sale of pe-. troleum and natural gas reser-. vations. The department of mines ant r minerals said the largest ac cepfed bid was a join offer by Home Oil Co. Ltd. and Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Co Ltd. for acres in an area about 75 miles soulh of For McMurray. The next largest bid and onlj s other one of more than MX t was by J. M. Hubei s Corp. for acres soulh 0 liainbow Lake WEATH at Ml BALERS Oliver 62T Rotoflo Seed P.T.O. M.F. No. 3 P.T.O. M.F. No. 3 Motor N.H. Super 66 (New) P.T.O. COMBINES J.D. 730 Cab, chopper 13 ft. table and pickup New rub bars and conver IKC 503 13 fl. ond THE IER SALE LK RIVER SWATHERS Versalile 103-18 fl. S.P. motor overhauled, Venolile No. 10 IB ft. P.T.O. (like M.F. No. 30 16 ft. P.T.O. Transport Kit. CCIL 18 fl. P.T.O, New Transport. OLDER price review WINNIPEG (CP) The !a lower 1.22 July Jj continued to decline at er 1.25A. mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain quotes Thursday (basis Grain Exchange on general profit taking in all commodilies High Low Close by locals and commission hous- Flax es. Oct 32P.i SIR-1! Thursrlay's volume of trade Nov 320V'i 318'i 3191i was bushels cf flax, Dec S083'i 310 bushels of rye and May 319'.i 000 bushels of rapcseed. Rapcscr-rl Vancouver Mid-session prices: Scp 26314. 263 U Flax: Oct. 1 "A lower 3.18 Nov 263'. '.i 1JB; Nov. 1 lower 3.18 Dec. Jan 261'i I Vt lower 3.08 ViK; May 1 Mar 262 280V4 lower 3.18 %B. liapDsct-d Thunder Bay Hapesecd Vancouver: Sep. 1 Oct 2491z lower 2.61 %A; Nov. 2 lower Nov 2.60 %A; Jan. 2 lower 2.60 %B; Dec 245 March 1 lower 2.53 Hay 254 253U KVt Rapcseed Thunder Bay: Oct. Oats 1 Vi lower 2.47 Nov. 2 Oct 80' i lower 2.46 Dec. 2 lower Dec SO 2.43 May 1 Vi lower 2.51 May 823s 82'-i Jly 82'3 Oats: Oct. 'i higher 80A; Barley Dec. lower 79 %A; Hay Oct 323 122-11 lower 82 July Vi lower Dec 123Vi 123Vi 82 %A. May 148 Barley: Oct. lower 1.22 Jly 12814 %A; Dec. lower 1.22 T'aA; Rye May -Vi lower 1.26 -TiB; July Oct ]I65i 11514 116'i lower 1.28 A. Dec 1I7'2 US3, Fiyc: Oct. 1 lower 1.15 '.aB; May 121 I22'..i 12.T.2 IDcc. Ts lower 1.17 ttA; May 1 Jly LIQUOR LICE (Sect Jo NOTICE OF LIQUOR J The fol.owmg not fee trta provisions of Tha Liquo 1. Ths comprising of being all of thai area the Village of Barons option area for tho pu 7. The llth day of October upon which Ihe Board licenses under the abov tha Board has received of the above describee cenl of the number o lists of electors for on ACT (PART 3) n 90 (4) HEARING OF iPPUCATION published in accordance wish r Licensing Ach he Village of Barons boundaries within tho Corporate Limits of as been designated os a local rposes. of tho above Act. 1972, has been set os the data will consider applications for e Ad, unless prior to that a petition sig'red by 500 electors acal option area or 10 per persons named on the latest action of a member or memberi nbly from the area comprising whichever is the lesser number, tenant Governor in Council iwb-ectors of the local op II on area tho class of license applied fori 18lh day of August, 1972. OTT Chairman quor Control Board 7 plebiscite vote must be on tha s which may be obtained from onlrol Board, 12360 142 Street, togelher with instructions for pelition. STUDENTS About new student are expected (o enrol in Sovie colleges and universities thi (A Caie 1060 IB ft., cab (like M.F. 510- 18 fl., cab, (hop-M.F. 410 14 ft., cab chopper. INTEREST FREE FINANCING ABOVE Milk River F Phone 647-3737 focal option area, requesling that the Lieu mit to a vote of the e a queslion [n respect Doled at this A. D. ELL Alberia Li NOTE: Petition) requesting official petition forrr The Alberia Liquor C Edmonton, T5J 2R4 tha submitsfon of No. 90- 16 ft. 1-M.F. No. 80- 14 ft. 2-Cotkihurf 428- 15 ft. I-I.H.C. 151 13ft. TILL MARCH 1, 1973 ON THE EQUIPMENT. arm Supply Ltd. After Hours Phone DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE Dealership available in this area for SCORPION SNOWMOBIIES. n on the oulrfoor recreolion boom this winter with Scorpion, "Ihe big red Contact: SBAROTTO SPORTS LTD. 3644 Mancheiteh..Raad S.I, Calgary, Aberla T2G 3Z5 (403) ;