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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE KTHBRIPCE HtSAlP Tumtlnv. Aumul I. Livestock market report Toronlo industrials lethbridge Livestock Monday sales 700 lions. All classes ol weancr ami feeder IIORS met tair demand. Weaners sold 1 to 2 dollars per heart lower. MsM and IHMVV feeders selling steady to sunup. Wcani'rs 14 to 20.75; light feeders under 100 Ids. 21 In .Henry must like Paris i Keutcrl Presidential adviser Henry Kis- singer held a new round of talks with North Vietnamese officials in Paris today to try lo hnvik the deadlock on a si'ttlcmi'iit (if ttic tin- Wlultj House announced lieof jTutiirrs (Cl'l-l.ive heef futures close Monday. Sept. Nnv. :uriOB; .Ian. M.75N'. Friday's Irarlmp six contracts. heavy feeders IDC to His. lo tieavy fcixleis over 13f) Ills. 36 to 53. All prices per head. feeders umler 100 Ihs. sold from 33 to W per Heavy fceck-is over IttO Ihs. sold from 30 Hi 3.'SO per ImndredueiBhl. Rred sows and liilts En in oa.fiO per Hlitcher sold Monday al I he Lelhbridce yards Ti.Vt) base [irice. Calgary livestock CAl.GAKY (Cl'i Kevcipts at the Calvary livrslock mar- ket In 11 a.m. totalled nuisth' .slaughter steers and heifers. 'Trade was aclive. Slaughter slovrs stendy sale.-, to IM.Ttl while over finished kinds wen' discounted si and more. Heifers were 75 ceriLs lower finish- ed kind.s discounted: cows were steady with sales to Hulls were steady I'lmire steins in :u.M. rorai :i2.'iii to .in. nicdiunl to Choice heifer? to S1.2H. finod M.3n In mcduim to Good cows lo medi- um 2o to canners anil cutters IB to 22T.O. (Jixiil bulls 2? lo 2tt.UO. Replacement cattle were mostly short-krop steers weigh- ing to pDllltds, selling steady. Insufficient good slock calves to cstahlish foxier steers more than T.iH liounds 31 to (lootl fmlcr heifers 30.50 lo 112. Hog IKISC price 33.93. Kifhiirilsim SrrnrUlrs of Canada) LAST Mill Oil SALE 111 fl.cn. Ovdf M Til '.DO I.I prices KDMOXTON (CP) Avor- ngo prices to 11 provided by the AUx'rta Hoj; Monday Red Dm: a I a r y: Xi.tw. Monday. Monday W.TO. Lloydminster: Nil, Monday '.M.'l'i. Grande Prairie: Nil, Monday 32.H7. Knit view: Nil, .ivora day I-' n rt Maclffxl: Nil, Monday nil. sold sold Monday 1 ;ifir Sows average 2iJ SIMPSONS-SEARS The best lo why Air condition your home. 2-speed, BTU horizontal Coldspol 2-speed, BTU vertical Coldspot Now If fin Trtwr Cools up to 350 sq. ft Automatic Uicrrnostal rnnrntains r.cti. temperature, 2-wfiy, air-direction control Removable filter dust rind pollen Air exhaust forces stale ?ur out Woodjirnm lomcrcrl front Quick-mount HTU cool', en to .W) vj. ft W? Now for apatlmcnli wilh front Same fcaliucs a1; model X.fiW) ('.amr: above) We service what we sell You cjol 1 yc'jr qunrn nfoo, incl uHintj prjrts. rjrL'J Ifibour, on riny rn Icjbour for Quality (losls No More Al Simpsons-Sears STORE HOUR1 OpfMi 0 lo 130 [i m. rhur-.ilny tin-1 9 n.m. (r> 5 p.m. Cpnlrc Villuno Tolcphono, 328-923) Grain prices Winnipeg Grain linrlcy nnd ryo prjcus coiitiuiK-d .strung (i on tin1 [Ji'iiin l-lxclianno tiHlay, .slmw- hi active shipiicr IniJ1- ditto lovel.s in n moderate trade; wliilc (fax nil- vanocil frai'tioiKilly on some iporter fjliyinn. Volume (it trade Mnmlay con- sisted IniKlicLs of flax, InislieLs of rye, continues (j[ Vancouve 1S5.IXKI of 'Iliiiiulcr iiurl 1, Hay in upward trend a. TOIIONTO Prices In most major .sectors of ttie To- ronto .slock jn a r k e I moved higher For Ihn Iliird consecutive in The noon Dow Jones average of 3') indnytrial stocks was up 4.07 a( U2II.I11. mid-muming i ressjon Mid-si-ssiori prices: I trading today, Flnx- Ocl 'K hitflHT 2.IW The indn.slrial hidi-x up .211 to ;nid Ktikls In 22'J.41. Ilnsi: inoUils to ami nils ,20 In V o I u rn 11 ji.m, Ainotm Seagrams May niu'liiinfied Thundtir >lay: Ocl. nncliaiiKcd 2.41, Nov. U- A, hij-hcr '.irfl, .May ''i liiRlier a.47JJ. OnLs: Ocl, uncliaiificd ViA. uncfiaiiMOil Mny IkM'U-y: Od. H7 A, 'i. 1.I7 '.zA, May liijjic'i- Hyo: Od. '.j holier 1.01 H, liiKhc-r l.rn May 1 Vi liifilicr I.03A. WINNII'KC (Cf) drain quotes Momtoy (basis I.rnP Closp Flax shares, up from 'MJi.fWi al tliR same timi' Monday. AdvanccN lurid a iiimlcrali; rjvcr declines, to with f7l issue's unclianjicd. Hanking, I'Dininuniccittoji, hi- duslrial niininji and (nisi ;md loan i.ssuv.-i morlt'ratn r f J n i n f? j stocks luiTinf j Clii'ysltT Lip Ti (n U1'-. Domlrn- 'i to ii; to SIO1 Pan (Ji'dun '.A lu and Tor on to Dominion "H If) Occidental o >12, Inco to ?29Vi nnd [ic.'ll Jly Oct Kov Dec Hap ScpL Jan Mar 290'..' 2 fid 2J7n Uapcserd Tliiinilrir Uav Jly Oct 2-12 Nov 2-11-Vi Dec Oats Jly Of.-t Dec: May llarlry Jly 1144 Oct 11 7 Dec 117 May 120H Hyc ,ny 101'.i 7G 117 117 May aff coniinillcc l.o be MONTHKAL Artliur affairs minis- ter, s a i d here Hie fcdera' government expand its stantiing committee on vet- erans affairs to cope with a flocxl of petitions for increase; in service- jaensions. The mnnlHjr of committee members i 1 E be raised from 2H to and for Hie first, time the cominillec will seal a worn an, Mr. l.aing tolrl Coo del at the 31st biennial con of Army, .Vavy anrl Air Forco He saifl Itie conimilfee musl alinut fS.OfH) pntitien.1; for or increase? '.vhich have [Kjurcd in since tbi libornlii'.i.-fi dealing with pension grants few years ago. Kncli case rnu.s be separately. T h e veteran.-; rounded in K10 lo protect Hi rigllLs and of Cana rlian velcran.s atid their fain ilies, in recent years has ex panrlrtl il.s lo inclnd 1 srK.'ial reform at UK- national and iora) levels. Dollar value MONTIIKAL fCl') U.S. dol inr in terms of Canadian limd up to yt.'jf. I'ouncl ster ling down lo MOW YflKK K: dollar up in nf U.S. stnrJinj; ]K a 01 round Pclo arivancwl j niJ..J'tnH' Domminn Citms Canadian (n Doino Mines Vi U) hico !H to S'10. Alcan to i and Mnfiscy-Kfr- !ii Ui (ionslruclion ol Alaska oil pipi'linr WASHINGTON' .liidfM- Ccorgi! was urged Monday to llio go-atiead foi- coifslrnction of tlie Alaska oil and gas pipeline localise, of d-.vindiing of nalu- Dnrnc Pete Tell lo 'oxas Gulf Inc. to Slfi, Ktclco N to Copper s (o and Imperial Oil (i MONTREAL fCP) Trices vcrc in liphl radinf- on the Montreal stock firkel IwJay. On index, hanks lo fiB.RO, inrhistrials dipped 0.22 lo ulililio.s 0.32 !o J5II.70, Ihc O.Oo lo Papers o.sn tMi.flft. C o m b i n c d volume on tlic and Canadian stfx-k i xc b f wiges at 11 n. nv wa s if) compared with nt the same time Mon- Jay. HiKhlighling Rains nn the ;.l o n t r o a I Stock Kxrhrmgc] Telephone rose to jlRVi, Du Pont tn [tapir] tr> Tratia Moun- :ain Pijwl.ino to J2-1, and Do- minion Hrlrlgc T'M to On the Canadian Stock j change Durnonl Nickel rose ctuit.s to cenLs on hares, ns tlie result nf nn into. al imdcrwritinji. NEW YORK (AP> Strick market prices (jaincxi in Loday'.s moderate trading as invciilor hope.s for n peace jX't In Vietnam mounted. hi'ic-r (iUvl In United Stales district court, UnitccE Dis- rihution ('o. said Iho U.S." rics- iKjralcly needs additional sup- plnits of rintiiral Unitwl whicli represents nat% ural di.strihulor.s in .slrito.s, said Uics Alaska pipeline offers I he only means of providing the fuel. "If the oil lines wero to bo comlnictcd through United said, "the gas lino would bu delayed until Hie mid- IMO.s or beyond and tho cost of would be increased so sig- a.s to cast serious its economic feasi- nificantly doubt on bility." iMorcover, t li e distribution firm noted thai Canada might insist thai per cent of Ihc be Canadian-owned and that it might lx> difficult to rai.se more llian ahalf of ho fnnds in Canada for Ihn line, which it estimated would cost "no less Ihnn billion." I HIST NATIVB CROSS, P.E.T. fCP) The I'ir.sl buffalo lo txs born in Prince Kdward Island was found in. June among a hi-irl of lii shipped to the prov- ince two years Tlio care- taker of the province's buffalo here, .lolmny Nicholson, said they nope I wo more buffalo calves will delivered this year. Miscellaneous quotations Voncouvor, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied hy Dolirrty, iMcC'iraif; Lintilcil) LAS7 1L1I) Oft MUTUAL FUNDS AP060STICKWITHAM ENGINE? ANEW POGOSTTCK IS POWEpeD BYA SPECIAL WHICH STAWS AUTO- MATICALLY VVMENTHE RIDER'S WEIGHT DEPRESS- ES WE CYLINDER ANDACTI- I slocks (Supplied By FlirhnrtUnn Srcnrlttcs of Canada) i orf) 1> HEW YORK AVflPAGES Diifr'.rir Ti 'M fll ni> J f.y.'i Gulf n U M.M'I Venn rr.pff'f 70ROHTO AVERAGES r'trK W-iril in Irrlu-.l up li> Vorunic 3n R.iits ?3 up 7 71 ntil.firi 11 r-ff .11 4tC 18-UNIT FULLY MODERN MOTEL IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA ON NO. 3 HWY. Mew lnldphr.no tyilcm, oir contlilionoil, TV, Inun-l-y, bronrf- lonnn plui moflc-n ''-rnriFn whli (jonnrnl offito. family huimcv In l.onnllcjn Conlinunul orruinnry. Ono tfin Cr.t! FRtD, ?A3Yi77n (2< lirvl, or DORIS, 288 8A34 tovgO. or WEBER BROS. REALTY LTD. 620 9th AVENUE CALGARY ;