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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta (juoLaiions Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal I Supplied Ijy Dohcrly, .McCaaiK I.itnikil) LAST nil) OK SAM-; Cl.QO Quarrel 'ti. J, 11. WRSTERN OILS Ru'.ie 17. C) Imrsl J EJ q Afmir.cx s IJ liu'.ky Oil Actum i 6S e 1 Alia Ea-.l Gn'ud Day Oil J3 CO Tfjijilv 7 3 CJ minet fSiipplicd Dy Richardson LAST HID 0 (UrOO A m fllrCO a m. MINES Vorlhpaii Ad.-rxalp Ait, 1 FO Oiliko Ak.lilChn -0 pir.D Pa.rh 8ralorr.'> JS Placer Dev. Srculdn ;s P.C. industrials SeciirtUrs nf Canaila) R SALK (1V60 i rn QtrolM) A r-i 4V i .3.1 17 IS Fd n( Amf-r Jt CO 37. CO Gl Cdn Oil (.3'} 31. 7i Gen W 3.3S Gt LaVes Pap dulf Oil Ctfa li 75 1 ?o Greyhound IB 50 L'l Hawker Sid 3.10 F W Huron, Ene Ifl.M 15 B71 7 Hiram V.'alV CO DJ Lnipwrial Oil 33.75 7 16 Imasca 32 CO b '0 Inl Nickel ?J 7S 51 Inf Pipe 31. Inv Gp A 7.50 IE CST Corp Central Pfll 1 Sherntl GcrJc Chirro 1 r.ft Silver Miller CorvAdl 7.fr! sleep Reck Cons. Ramblr.r 1 S5 'ieK Corp Coin Lake lo'i Texmonf 311] Upprr Winc-l 3i 7.S Horn rj Yello.'.knile D'Elclon.i 11 Zen-nac Dome minfj 1NDUSTR Altlona .53 Ahilibi Discovery mines .E5 East Malar Tic 1 70 Slerl EaM SuFliVAn is> Atco k rj Frobex .31 Anra 1 7 Irdusl Accept 19-35 If) Laurenlide 12JS ar J.20 Kelly DDUq A 4.0-1 .V'.-i LoeD 1 95 AL5 Loblnw A A.Sa B.iO ]l Fery MeMiller, U 75 11.35 Corp 7. CO A :2 50 13 2i Wolior.i B 32 35 Norlri, 13.S7'j ?1 37Vj Ccrp fri.DO Price Co 7.7S 13. H71 Rolhrnani 19.50 70 St Law Ccrp Jl.it 70 3S Shell CDA Y.K. 7 EO Brazil TrAr Bovis l.-.o B.C. TPI Grar-duc 30 Burns Hcartvay R L c hcnrl u-erc practically all cows and bulls. 2 Trade u-as active. There w c r n insufficient slaughter slccrs or heifers on offer lo cs-Inhlish quotations. COM-S ivcrc P rr a silo talked i r for B n tic i I SEATTLF fAF) Tlic Pnrl of SeaUlc mny liuild a mnjor wareliousinR centrt1 in Unite. Mont., port, here. Tlicy s.iid MH li a pro- posal has been under c-xplora- lion for several nmiiths. Sieve "Pvitress. director nf (he i BuUc Local D e v e 1 o p in c n t Corp., visited purl Enithortties i i Seallle work. Willi him was Jim llodpc wlio i1; lo po ainly medium and canner mis. all grades of cows ?lling steady at last week's OSG. jRuKs steady. GCKK! cows 27 lo 28, medium to '27, cannors and cutters 21 21.30. Good bulls 27.50 to .70. There were insufficient re-accmcnl, rattle or stock a vcs on offer to establish fl arkcl. HOKS fob Calgary to 11 a.m. verago base price 27.60. KOII SAM: UllASJIJA (AP) o ice said lliey were seeking a armor convict accused of sell-IR land lie rtidn't own near the border, including razil's hifilicst mountain peak ByGens FawceMe THERE IS NOWA KIT FOR AWKING YOUR OWN PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS. INCLUDED, ARE COPPER BLANKS, MVOUT STRIPS, ETCHING FLUID AND INSTRUCTIONS, THE CONTAINS SERVES AS AN ETCH TRAY... DQ tl have been taking place 'for some time now." snitl Ihc (cltcr signed by Air Canada, fiOAC, Air France, Alitalia, Sahcnh., CP Air, Lufthansa and Swissair. The airlines urged travel agents to Fill is Ty themselves that lour organizers they deal wilh represent prmips 'whose qualifications comply with International Air Transport Association requiremen s because, the airlines 'will not (u'sunle to the applicable, penalties against those at fault." Price; increase for VW models TORONTO ft.T'i Volkswagen Canada Ltd. Is.'is aniimmced an average increase nf 1 7 per rent In sugcesled list pi-ires for It-s niode.lF. effective odriy. The percentage increase is two per cent for the Super ficelle, the most popular of Iho Volkswagen prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided >y Die Alberta Hog Pi-oduce.-s MarkRling Hoard: Kdmonton: 27.85, average Friday 2B..16. Red Deer: average Friday 2B.-13. Calgary: 27.60, average I'rklny 23.33. 27.03, average ?'ri-riay Ixjvdminstor: Nil, average 'Viclay 27.60. Total lings sold to 11 a.m. 2.020; Friday: 6.B14. Average Sows average BOB MOLCAK RANCH COMMERCIAL CHAROLAIS HEIFER DISPERSION WED., APRIt 12th p.m. 5-10 Yecirling Heifers-overage weight 600 lo 750 Ihs. 12 Rctl Anggi Bulls (rising 2-yeor-olds) PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKIT ITD. totaled 3 milci E. of Inlhbridge on Hwy. 3 ond mile Phono Dny or Nighl 1 li the Mircc railroads FCFV- infi Bullc. Bnl r ess said a criliral [mini n Ihc plan is establishment oi favorable freight rales to Lhe United States Miclwesl wilh rail 1 and (ruckinp companies. Tliis include.1; provisions for re-rout- j Inp and unpacking and repacking of shipments. The railroads are "one of HIP keys to the whole thing.'1 said Robert 0, Kdvvards. director of trade development for the port of Seattle. Bnlle Is Fh7 from Se- alllo by rail. MS OMTHfltHU SPEAKea AM INCH DEEP. ITS PffOOUCC 7HtSOUHOf as si I ity urn liini SlaCC IIHAHT NKCII'IEXT J Alayor Itnlirrt Spcrk of nrar Tiij-nntn, (licrl in .1 thrt-r inciiillis iiflcr iindcr- jjoiiiR a hrarl op- rrnlion. Tlir yor biid rocrivrtt (lir licinl df a (irain prices Winnipeg Grain WlXNtPKG iCP- Oilsi-Hl prices WCIP high OIL the Kx- clinnKe today as tnicl-scssion prices ro.sp thici- j.ix cents above previous close ffil- Lowing n pnllcrii set on Lay Chicago .soylipan ninrktt. Kxporlors, c o ni m i s s i o n houses ;iiul voi'p (lie most bnyiiifj nntl ohnm- was licavy. P'ped grains had a fairly rtiu- (inc trade prices ninvuii; fractionally on hoth sides of lite market. Volume of Irado Kriiifiy in- cluded of daN. of rye and o! rapescod. iMid-sessioii pricc.s. Flax: May July higher 2.r.-l; Oct. -T-, higher Nov i 2.79'j. .June ii higher 2 73'Li: Sep. .V's liigh- or 2.7Pje' N o v. ;r i Jan. 1.W, Tliuntlrr Hay: Mny G'i higher July "r11 hipn- er Oct. higher 5.61; Nov. R higher Oals: May Wi-j; July Ofl. un- changwl B a r 1 c y: May l ID-API" Juiy unclinngal 1 on1 Oct. "'i higher Hyc: May l.Ofl7-. July lower Of1.. higlipr Tlie Hif! Tlu-cc North Aiiini ui car m'i ho i s i. I jut a rl ii''c.i intiit'i.'es thux c j till.1 'eai" lol.iJIed Tlie three imporK aicnmncd year, a (irop frnni -IJJ'HII ]-i i; rent '-anu- jn.rmd a year However, liitec 11, American nuu-kci uiii's made nrios or tin uuufi s unlnre spas and sold in Canada hy of Use tup ihric importers the uf i.jtul sales of (A'erst-.'Eis-made car.-, tiiu six was 17.1 IK.T cnil mr ihr first, quartrr. Tkr comparahlc for the quartr-i of 1SJ71 w.ns L7 ccnl The Rij; Thm- America sold T.llil i ars marie fur Iliem ci SIMS tlunni; ine first three nionlhs UIK up more Mian XIHKJ ihc sold dining I In- ML mo [io- riod a >car earhei ny. 10, 1777 THE mUHRKJGr HERAID 17 rrrs of Bait's bv tlu- lias IMMTI ihc hij 11 i niii: uli-l o-nuiu1 h i.iinuii as illi- hiiihv, uri'Vi ;iinl 'iircc'i'd tmifif- ,1 rt'inole s'.i'oltii u! '.'.aUini; lui and v, Iliat cnl> ihiuirjh ilx1 hicJiv.ay pali oliin-n Ui iv. D liainlr-i of ni scene- nf accidents J'nllard I'la. 1 no nf knouin1; litjv, many IIVPN slie s adually sairl Lipnl. II Ciiny df Iho California liul he said inadr r.ltrnacl aiid dealer.s did r.nl IUIVL- until siimincr However. Hie Intnl siik-s c' American ma tie motlul.- nl.sn afleclod hy .suppiy prublems. A throe monUi at GM plants ended tale in nnd (.M dealers shori tars and trucks eai'l> in Liu- Ky the lime lolnl sales (or this year are in, there will he n hctler i n d i L- a I i o n o! whether I he foreign-made: car 11K1.KNA. Mont. 'AP- man V.'lieeler of filed IH-IV lor KcnuhlicMii HH' h l c -1 w lion I'nilerl States senator. V. uod with R one clnv aflt-r he resigned ;is HTVICC awarrl state .i'ircrl.ir of Ihe Fanners 'vc''k dtinnp he- llomt- Administnitimi Ln a drive PI-1U ln Flai to unseat I.re a Dement TftWC fl P.LU! the Mr. I Hilt H fee at He Srcre a, v uf QfyTI f Stnte Frank Murray He ,lc- MtU I LC. LHAHI 11 L. senhe.s hiiiT-eU a> ;m liulenen From Ihc makers of TUMS x rleiil Repiiiilican liecause lu- ha; "ncilher imr othci1 [nuin I CAHiO An ian player collapsed and dicii (if jubilation afler scoring his .scrciatl fur Jus team Saiui'ifay. Aly Malnnoud Aly, 2-i. collapsed and ac- Uie of Thebestwaytogetsure control of most grass and broadleaf weeds is lo mix Ro-Neet herbicide in the soil before planting. Or inject Ro-Neet at planting time. With Ro-Neet right in the weed germinat- ing zone, you destroy woods as they sprout. You don't gamble on rain or have to irrigate to make your herbicide work. Rainorshinc, Ro-Neet works all the time. Liquid Ro-Neet 7 2E is easy to apply and controls nutgrass, nightshade, barnyardgrass, wild oats, redroot pig- wood, lambsquarters, foxtails ar beets and many other weeds. Thinning and blocking cosl less, are easier and more accurate, including electro-mechanical thinning. For bigger yields of sugar beets, get Ro-Neet now. Slauffer Chemical Companyof Canada, Lid., Montreal and Vancouver. Distributed in Canada by: Chipman Chemicals Limited Beloeil.P.Q Hamillon, Winnipeg Ro-Neet from i ;