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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuriday, April 13, T973 THE HTKALD 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES Poodle, II in an I hi old All 130. phone SWS-li RTGISTERED TINY TOY POODLE PUPS FOR sAi_r. SILVFR. NINE WEEKS OLD, SIRED BY REGISTER- GO CHAMPION. PHONG 317-OBW, AFTER 6 P.M 9801-15 TWO YEAR OLO PUREBRED brown dnd while Sprinaer Spaniel. Phone aiB-ttW, alter 6 p.m. 9HJ2-H BRED PUP- plcs. Registered, iholi. l." -I compan- ions, guards or show pru.pects. Box 109, Herald. 5NMI 73 BUSINESS TRANSPORT BUSINESSS FOR SALE. For lurtrier Inlcrmailcn contact Ralph Transport, Raymond. 9687-11 SMALL BUSINESS Postage stamp vending co Phwie 377-5373. FOR RENT OR LEASE BEAVER M'nti Hall, 50 x 40 M. Basement liv- ing quarlers available. 12 miles west cf Plncher, Box 575, Plnchtr Creek. PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS FOR WEED CHEMICALS 1 fonder will received lor Ihe supplying cf fhe following Chcnv 30 gallon barrel cf 1 vas predeceased by his wife Maria, in Ilillcrest in 1939 and one son Modesto in Hillcrest 1935. Survivors include five sons, Armand, John and Alb-, of Edmonton, Robert, Calgary Meno, HillcrcsL. and. one daugh Icr, Mrs. F. (Christina) Ratko Ktlmonton; 29 grandchildren, 1 great-great-grandchildren. Re quiem Mass will be celcbraled Saturday, April 15 at a.m., in Bcllevue Catholi Church. Interment in Famil Plot, Hillcrest Cemetery. FAN TIN CHAPELS LTD., is i charge. CI33 HUNTER Passed away ll.o city on Wednesday, Apn 12. 1972, following a brief i ness. Mrs. Hazel May Blanch Hunter, beloved wile of Robe Casscls Hunter of 1237 B 16 Ave. S. Born in Winnipeg an moved to Toronto in 1961 Ilicn to Monclon, N.IJ. in 193 Hie late Mrs. Hunter came LcthbridRn in 1971 where si lias resided ur.lil passin Siie was a life member of 11 IODE. Si Michael's Ladic Auxiliary and Lelbbrirl Country Club. Besides her lov- ing she is survived by three sion-dauHhlcrs, Mrs I.. (I1 a I) Tiirchinski, Winnipeg, Mrs. (1. (Lorraine) Ferguson, Winnipeg, Mrs. P. (Susan) Rae, Toronto; three s'.sters, Mrs. R. (D o r i s i Younger, Winnipeg, Mrs. L. (Ilcteiii Gun. Winni- peg, Mrs. X. (Wilnia) Cook, Winnipeg and four grandchil- dren. A private funeral service win be held on Friday, April 14, at p.m. in Martin Dros. Memorial Chapel, 70.T 13th St. N.. wilh HEV. Dr. R. W. K. officiating. Cremation will follow. In lieu of flowers, friends may donate lo the char- ity of the'ir choice. MARTIN creased each year from mil- lion in 1903 to million al Ihe end of 1970. They reached a peak of W89 million in Ihe first quarter of 1971, then plummet- ed lo S215 million al Ihe end of last year. For Hie electrical apparatus industry, Hie decline began afler the 1969 peak of S330 mil- lion, reaching S233 million at the end of last year. There were S300 million in loans outstanding to the textiles, leather and clolhing induslry, compared with 5329 million at the end of 1970. The largest increases were in loans to tlie mining and petro- leui.i industries. Al the end of last S.702 million in loans lo mining firms were outstand- ing, compared with S-33-I million a year earlier. At the same lime, petroleum .ns went up to SJBO million rom million. Since November, chartered banks have been charging inter- est of six per cent, the lowest figure for several years, on was shares, only a lit- j Monday before closing al tic less than half Hie 89. a million with 100.413 shares changing shares traded during thu emire i hands. Tuesday Aflon shares month of March. (ell another 10 cents to close al One geologist says one of the Adon ilrilling holes with good copper gi-ades was only 300 from where a major mining With orders pouring in from across the country, Irading ex-1 The most active stocks arc citement reached (ever pitch: generallv those with properties Monday wilh shares Afion's. Granite MolnUain, changing hands, Ihe lint lime a lillle lo Ihe soulh. was i _K company had done some drill- ing in Ihe pasl. For miles nround the Aflon in the Go-year history of tho Vancouver exchange that sin- pic day Irading had topped Ih? ll-miliion mark. The mounting ncUvity brought Thomas Dohm, exchange prcsi- denl, hurrying back (rom a va- cation in Haivaii lo issue a warning to investors lo cool it. "The public should be very cautious in the current specula- tive market and obtain advice day's leader, Iradinp: shares. It Ml a high of 91 cents and closed at 55 cents- up six cents. i Trading was halted and ?us- j pensions issued on Xurlhnir and White River, a joint venture on a properly near Aflon. about noon Monday pending approval by Ibe exchange ul an issue ol treasury shares. The' ing new mining claims attest to Ihe upsurge of mining inter- ests in the Kamloops area. .e companies announced before purchasing any stock, ,hc diamond drill said Mr. Dohm at Ihe close of holc ,he CUV -y of a dear husband, dad id granddad, Jimmie Stewart, ho passed away April 13, In quiet thoughts I live again Iha years thai used (o be, So rich 'in kindness, love and care, how dear you were lo me. We carmot clasp your hand, dear dad Your face we cannot see, But let this litlle token Tell we still remember thec remembered and sad ly missed by his wife (ieorgina and family. 98? prime business loans. The interest rate was 8Vi per trading Monday. TRADING EASES Apparently heeding Ihe warn- ing, trading eased off Tuesday lo shares. Cause of the excitement is assay reports indicating Alton Mines Ltd., a small Vancouver- based mining company, has dis- covered an ore body showing the current series en countered traces of cupper ini- neraliT.ation in the core from 32U (eel. At last rcporl the hole was drilling ahead nt 535 feet and still in the. mincralizalicn. And what of the Afton icporl that caused nil the activity? II i-l I heads board CARDSTON (HNS) Tha Cardslon Fair board was re organized recently. Gilbert Smith was nominated lo net as chairman. Keith Quinton and Mrs. Con- rue Molcak were elected to tho offices of fu-st and second vice- chairman respectively. Mrs. Mildred Jensen will serve as secretary treasurer (or both the rodeo and fair a cause n e acv LUI was that Rotary Hole H-3 [rom boards. 330 to 000 feet averaged 4.21 per j The list of directors has not cent copper. i yet been compleled. WALKER In loving mem of our dear son. brother and nrnndson, Leslie Jolm, who passed away April 13, 1939- It's lonely here withouL you .son miss yon tnorr cac-h day, For life is noC Ihe same for IIH failed a la.st'farn- BROS. LTD.. Direclors of Fu- I ncral Service. Dollar value. Since on You bsik' no ur. woll, Nor even Von v.cro before knew il. Ar'l oniy (iccl why. r.r.-l .sadly by. >ovir nicm. dad. brother and family, and grandmolhcrs. SB78 MONTREAI, 'CP) T.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds New manager for ballet TORONTO (CP) Gerry E 1