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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IHIU'.RIDCE HERAin WoHntiiloy, 1, I9'I Livestock report Production output i '-stock No stock piirr f shows increase Imicr.' nith sail'., In Over- (inislu'd steers were difficult lo sell at iliM'mmls tip tn St. Heifers were liarely steady to t'onls IOV.IT sales to Over finWmt hi'iters were sharply diseininli'il. were III relatively --Imit supply and sclliiii! strativ. uitli sales lit 'id or IWHT. I'viHs si.Id higher, sales in isn.iii C'lH'ite skei-; lo .'.1. tn :n. inediiim In '.' te '.III ami cullers It! t" -IH u, Time were re- filr'ceMK'iil rattl" on to e.s- trihlish l.usl .Miles for Rwnl feeder steers 730 I-HIMONTON Aver- ajje priees lo 11 a.m. provided liy Ihe Albert a Hog E'rtxhicers Marketing Hoard: Kdinonloir Xt 115. avetaRe; Tuesday. 3-1.01. Deer: Tuesday. Calpary: a v o I a Re Tuesday. N i I. average Tuesday. IM.3I. I.liiyclminslrr. Nil. jTuesdny. day Kurt Maclcod: Nil. aveinge Tl'O.sday 31.35. (.Iramle Prairie: Nil, Tuesday. I Tolal lings sold 1.3011, tntal hogs -sold Tuesday Aver- age ns.'JG. Sows average 2-t.lo. llv .lA.MI-.S NHI.SON O'VTAWA vii-ikcs mid their nftcnnath, IR April and Miiy lo il level 5.2 per eent higher tban a year S t a I i s I i c s Canada Tuesdiiy. Ttic federal statistical agcn- ey's index nE real dtmie.stie V a r ions factors connected uilti strike's were rcllected in the new intlcx figures. An in- crease in output by Ilic com- immity. liusincss and personal service field was mainly asso- ciated witi) recovery from a slrike of school and hospital workers in (jticbec. In water-home A strike in the construction in- nstrv in Uritisll Collimliia also Stock market up in active trade Toronto indtislriuls (Snpiillcil fly Uirhiirdsnn SmirlllM Camilla) M8T HIH (HI SAI.K CII'.OO fl in .auolftM III-.OD rn. G am. Quote: MIMES Alb, RruniwkX CannUn Tung, Cenlral ,31 Oshko JO Pine Point u. I4.W 1J3 TORONTO liuliislri- als led the advance as prices in all major scclors of tiie Toronto slock market moved higher in active mid-morniilg I r -a d i n R today. The industrial index was up .93 lo 206.13, gokls .37 to 227.01, ,u id e index uinvard by half n point lo 174.2 from 173.7. The However. Statistics (.anadn index in May last year was said. Iliere were widespread in- Uiiso melnls .tt to western oils 1.20 to 237. H o 1 ti m i! 11 :i.m and All nf (lie latest Rain was mafic in Ihe servire industries, j which expanded to outweigh! a THF NORTHWEST W LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OFCANADA For o confidential discussion call or write Dick BalfMiicin, 1514 12 Avc. N. lothbridtjcT Ph.: Hie industries. The latter had made unusually strong pains in April. Uccf fulurcs S WINNIPEG IC1M Live E f ut u res clase Tuesci a y. Sept. 35.00 A; Nov. Jan, 34.7SN: March itf.OON. Monday's volume: contracts. said, there were widespread in- j creases in activity in wholesale atid retail Iratic. The utilities also showed iticreasc.s in May. Output in holh and iwn-diit'iiblp-s was down, especially in the fields of pa pur and allied Indus- tries, foods anil beverages, and pelroloum anrl coal products. The bureau's indexes are ad- Justed to take Into account sea- sonal fluctuations thai normally affect monthly data on lota! out- put. Output of Ilic agriculture industry, for instance, regularly booms in September when tield crops are being harvested, and drops to low levels in the winter months. OKAL DEPARTMENT STORES Men's Jackets Water r e p M n tf style In con- trusting r a c r MEN'S DRESS SOCKS Slrokii sizes tO-12, Reg. 89c pair 2 89" MEN'S AND BOYS' CANVAS RUNNERS for sport or fun. Reg. VALUE -00 PR. Lighrweighf, European Saiictoth Reg. LOTS OF CAMPING DAYS 2-MAN HIKER TENT 100% carefree Dynel f All shades in short shag stylo LADIES' TEENS' COTTON DUSTERS Long and Short All Reg. GIRLS' STRETCH SLIMS Nylon Crepo. Afl shades Reg. AIR MATTRESSES Waffte nntl box ihylo. Size 30x72, Rorj. CAMPERS DE11GHT! LAST OFFERED AT THIS LOW LOW PRICE! GREY WOOL BLANKETS Rocj. S3.95 MEN'S CASUAL SHOES 6WL.J Chooje From loufcr nncl oxford ilylot. RRCJ. 12.00 value. 95 LADIES' TEENS' SUEDINE Smartly styled. Contrast Stitching Belled.............. ALL COTTON PILLOW SLIPS Smartly packaged. Reg. pr........I WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR 9 Dresses 9 Slims 9 Dufy Uniforms Fleece lined Tops And more values lo BOYS' FLARE PANTS All Cotton Rrjrma Press. Asst. Stripes Rog. 53.00 Vuluc MEN'S BRUSHED DENIM WRANGLER JEANS Slitjht Reg. Value 7.75. REMAINDER OF DRUGS Arr AND SUNDRIES CORNER AND 5lh STREET SOUTH SIGHT TO IIMIT Oprin MOM, thru Sot. 9-6 Thurs. ond Fri. 7-9 UNBELIEVABLE "STEAL" BOUTIQUE STOCK OF ITALIAN KNITS DRESSES ihnre. DATED ot Calgory, Alhertn Ihii 27th day of July, 1972 By Order of Board, A L SMITH Secretary iluslrics tn nnd ast Transmission Ui )A NRW YORK (AP) Stock E.rhot prices rose broadly and arply in morier.ile day n.s Ihe Vietnam peace jpes rally Hiitertxl iU second ay. 'Hie norm Jones average 30 IndustrioL stocks was up M at Advances led declines by [ore ttian 2 to 1 on the New ork Exchange. 'Hie market began its climb ucsdny with news fhal presi- ntial adviser Henry A, KLssin- er was ;n Paris again- negotiat- ,r, with Hanoi. Kissinger re- urnod to Tuesday American Motors edged up Tlie company haB re- ortod higher second-quarter aming.s. Among Canadians, Sengrams advanced to Alcan i McFntyre lost to rVlVg, Canadian Pacific lo 15Vi ami Hudson flay Mining !i to On the American Stock Kx- :hangc, Hrascnn advanced lo ;2nii, and Neonex 13 cents to v> 25. Scurry-Rainbow was down to Trcja Vflirc 9 10.14 nir.t> 75 B.C. CM (ij CQlur N.JO U 15 Hy, 1.97 O! Key IHDUSTR1AL ibroclc Indutl Hny Co Hud Rny Oil Hurt Dny Oil P 7J f> M Sfflmpetle 1n11 P f.f, OILS York slocks (Supplied Ily Itirh.ifikim Soctirillcs nl Cana Amr T I i ,'itcl Oil i-f N J. 114 Ti -15.75 Ji'.oo' TORONTO AVERAGES Jf) Inrlui! 707.00 up 1 S6 20 up 7.1 ICi Base 93.S7 up W OIK QM.S3 up J Volome 1.734.KXJ NEW YORK AVERAGE! M Induit 9J7.W up i 93 70 Rflill lli.iS Up 1-r-fl >1 UJiliflej 1W4? W Morki Vrt.lR Ufi 1 fi m pi' 'ofiis si VANCOUVER (CP> Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Line CD. rc- cordwl net profits of nr per in tlin six mcmtfis cndtxi Jiine 30. I By Gene Fawcello ETCH1N30M GLASS-WITH- OUT CHEMICAIS-HA9 SEEN MADE POSSIBLE AWDJW- POPULAR Br A NEW DIAMOND PENCIL, IT COTS TW E GLASS SURFACE This pj-ijfil. Ilia company salrf in an interim report comparp-s will) a profit in (lie cor1- period in 1071 of or .35 a share, 18-UNIT FULLY MODERN MOTEL IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA ON NO. 3 HWY. Ncvf nir conriirionctJ, TV, laundry, brond- lonrn Ihroughoiyf, modern 7-'OCinn ho win with off it ft. Fx tell en I family biitinctj booki oftnn to honafidft B5% orrupnncy. Ono of the hnMl Coll FRED, (5 hrt.l, or DORIS, 288-Bfj3-< office, 286-U94, or to. WEBER BROS. REALTY LTD. 620 9th AVENUE CALGARY DEPARTMENT MANAGERESS by local Finn lo kilco control of o taryo China and Gift ware Dcparimcnt. This person should he recently or actively omployed in n similar or rolaled position- Basic plui and other hencfiij. P'case send complete rosumt? ns to nm ploy marlial status, lo Box 68, Icilhliridtjc hfcrald, AM replies strlclly confidential. FLOOR COVERING Come in and sno our Ijocjutiful display of Carpets and Linoleum ON SPECIAL ALL NEXT WEEK GAY-ARRAY-SEMI-SHAG 1 colors: Burnished Copper, Spring Willow "DARK SPLENDOR" .95 5-25 2716 12lh AVENUE SOUTH Phono Bui 328-0372 Ren. 328-1834 Soles and Installation Ideal for hctlroorm. Spanish Gold, Dooskin II DON BERGMAN ;