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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Market lower in slow trade TORONTO (CP) Prices in nil sectors of the Toronto slock market moved lower for the third conseculivc session, in slow m i cl -m o r n i n g trading today On index, industrials were down .35 lo 171. H. golds 1.11 to I7B.73, base melals .36 lo M.OJ and western oils 1.52 to Volume by 11 a.m. was nfll.OflO shares, down from al the same time Tues- day. Declines oul numbered ad- itices 119 to BO, with )5J issues unchanged. We ]rcst sectors were genera manufaclnvinp. food procsssing beverages and industrial min- ing. Eleven of the industrial in- dex's 17 sub-groups droprod lower. Banking, trust and loan, pipe- Ammunition train car explodes ALBfA, Iowa (AP) A freight train was derailed about JO miles ea.st of Albia Tuesday night in southeastern Iowa, and one of the cars containing some typo of ammunition exploded. No one was injured. "Flack vests" were issued to firemen and olhcrs working al the scene. The small community of Frederic and other residents nearby were temporarily cvacu- aled. Forty-one cars of the eastbound Burlington N o r t li- westcrn freight were derailed. Some of the cars caught fire. Secrecy was imposed al the scene by law enforcement olli- cers, who said they understood (he contents of tlie army freight were "classified." The freight car came from the Army Ord- nance Depot at Ilermislon. Ore., and was destined for the ord- nance depot al Savannah, Ga. Teams of demolition exports from the Savannah army facil- ity arrived in nearby Ottumwa shortly affer midnight Tuesday night and were to launch an in- vestigation at the scene early loday. line and chemical issues cdgcc fractionally higher. Keeprile Products lost I Bell V, In Texa Gulf Sulphur lo Numac !i lo and Placer '.4 to Bow Valley was down !'i I' 528, Canadian Homestead 12 cents lo Inco lo ?31 Seagrams Kn lo Moore lo and Dome Mines li.C. Telephone climbed to SWi, .Airaco '4 lo SIS, Rio I Algojn !i lo SJ571; Nalional Pele 10 cents to S3.30, Imperial Oil lo and Canadian Tire A Hog sale EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. Inday pro- vided by the Alberta Hog' Pro- ducers Marketing Board. Edmonton; 22.60. Average Tuesday 22.79. Hed Deer. No sales. Average Tuesday 23.24. Calgary; 22.55. Average Tuesday 2.1.1C. Lethbridge: No sales. Aver- age Tuesday 22.OS. Lloydminster; No sales. Av- erage Tuesday 22.42. Tolal hogs sold 163. Average 22.89. Sows average 13.10. THADK MONTREAL (CP) Prices were down in light morning Irading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at Hie same time Tues- day. On index, the composite fell .41 to 178.36, industrials .73 to 180.5J and papers 1.13 lo 76.43. Utilities rose .54 to 152.31 and banks .39 to 178.36. Among declines, General Mo- lors Corp. dropped SI to 585, Cominco and Weldwood Ltd. each to 522 and respec- tively, Pacific Petroleum VR to Consolidated Textiles to and Texaco Canada 3.i to ?33. Highlighting gains, Canada Steamship Lines rose S2 to B.C. Telephone 5Hi to ?64 and Trans-Canada Pipelines ?1 o 'RICES 1'LUNGIi NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices plunged today in moderately active trading as profit takers began chipping away at the market's recent gains. The Bow Jones average of 30 industrials al noon was oil lo 892.52. Declines outnumbered ad- vances on Ihe New York Stock Exchange by nearly 3 to 1. After the Dow's nearly 43- point rise in the last two ses- sions, some consolidation was to be expected, analysts said. They said they were stil) looking for the hull market to continue when the retrenchment ended. Slocks were off in all categor- ies except for aircrafts and util- ities, which were mixed. The Associated Press 60-stock average at noon was off 1.7 at 319.7. Noon prices included General Molors off Hi lo Gulf Oil off iVs to and Sony up Provinces take steps on closer co-operation CJMRLOTTETOWN (CP) i tawa on the ownership of off- Steps It fosler closer co-opera- lion among L'ne three Maritime provinces were announced here hut the provincial p r e m iers said they were not yet ready to decide on political union. Announcements of joint un- dertakings, including several in (.he area of industrial develop- ment, came at the close of a two-day meeting of the Council of Maritime Premiers. Premier Richard Halficld of New Brunswick said after the meeting he was optimistic and believed real advantages could he gained from political union. But lie said more infor- mation would be needed before any decision could be reached. Premiers Gerald Regan of Nova Scotia and Alex Campbell of Prince Edward Island said closer oo-operation in the region might he "an end in itself.' Neither had been convinced that political union was necessary at this time. The council was formed ear- lier tliis year after the Maritime Union Study, commissioned by Lhc three provinces, recom- mended full political union within 10 years. MEET WITH MARCHAND The premiers met Monday with Jean Marchand, fede r a 1 minister of regional economic expansion, and said they got a 'positive response" to requests 'or federal aid for programs to strengthen the area's industrial )a They asked for the establish- ment ot an industrial intelli- gence agency with a manage- ment advisory service to boost he effectiveness of provincial agencies promoting in 1 'sir i a J development. Other measures include estab- ishing a regional management nstitute and labor education centre, and making more active and selective efforts to attract ndustry to the area. The council agreed to give urther consideration to the suh- ;tance of a joint proposal to 01- shore mineral rights but could not say when it will be ready. Premier Regan said it was nol a matter of such great ur gency that the provinces shoul prepare it without careful con sideration. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Koadhaiise and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. A. (iiroo B.m. Quotes, WESTERN OILS Alminex 5.65 Alia Fas! Gas 5.05 Asamera la.50 Asnfand Oil B. P. Oil 7.05 Cdn Occidf Cdl Southern 5.40 Joule] Cdn Export Gas 3.90 Kaiser Cdn Homestead 10.00 Kam Kollfl Husky Oil 17.50 Husky oil B 42.75 Husky Oil War. Inler Prov. pipe 13 Corp Invest 5 F 5.07 5.5 Dreyfus F U.S. 12.tt 13.5 Grow Equily 6.33 7.0 Group Inc S Cdn Home Pld. Cdn Indus Gas Cdn Long Is. Cdn Superior Cenlral Del Rio Charier Cnlefrai Dome Pele Dynamic Pefe Great Plains Lochiel Explor Mill Clly New Conl. Norlh Cdn Oil Numac Permo L Dulaull L Onl Porl 5.90 t> 45 37.50 1-00 r. Man. Mentor Newconex Pacific Pete Rank Organ. Selkirk Hold. Shell Cdn, Shall Inv. Pld. Shell Inv. WIs. Sicks Rainier Tledyne West cdn Seed whilepass CALGARY Acroll 3.53 38 ?.00 Invesl G F 30.90 If.9 Invest Mut 5.30 5.80 .73 Mul Accum 5.40 5.9 500 Mul Grow F 5.17 5.49 Nal Res 7.27 7.9 1-1.37V1 N. W. Finance 4.56 5.0 2.-10 N. W. Growln 5.45 5.7 2.00 Principal Grow 41 97 Royluna 5.54 5.7 i.iS Temple Grow 25.fi] Z3.2 33B7V5 Unlled Accum 4.B7 5. 2I.13V3 Universal sav 7.17 7.B 1500 VANCOUVER 37.25 Anuk 37.50 Arclic Mining 17.25 Atlas Explora Bathursl Norse Beth Copper 15 Block Bros 3J5 Brenda 6.00 B.C. Sugar 19.75 B.C. Sugar Pfd 14.00 By Gene FawceUe AN A COM- BINATION DIRIGIBLE ANDAIR. PLANE FREIGHT CARRIER- THAI COULD TRANSPORT TRUCK TRAILERS TO DISTANT POINTS ATTl-lE SPEED OFAN AIRPLANE, BUT WITH THE ADDED LI FT AND SAFETY OF ITS GAS-FILLED CHAMBER.., 2.75 A 40 4.50 12.00 .61 Grain prices Winnipeg Grain Auguit 1971 THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD 23 How cigarettes are stacking up OTTAWA (CP) Here are the health department's fifth listing of lar and nicotine con- tent of 92 nationally-advertised cigarette brands, in milligrams per cigarette: Brand ......Tar Nicotine King size, tiller, menlhot Alpine jg 1.2 Belvedere IB 1.2 Cameo 21 1.3 Craven M 14 1.0 Du Maurier 22 1.3 Embassy 22 1.3 Kool 17 n.g Macdonald in 1.1 Mark Ten 20 i.2 Newport 21 1.1 Salem 19 1.2 True 13 0.7 Viscount 6 0.5 King size, filler Belmont 15 u Belvedere IB 1.3 Black Cat No. 7 22 1.4 ;amel 20 1.2 3iesterfield 19 1.1 Contessa Slims 15 o.s Premium filter menthol Benson and Hedges 18 St. Moritz 25 Regular plain Black Cal British Consols Buckingham Caine! Chesterfield Embassy Export 22 19 21 19 2J) 21 22 22 18 II) 13 18 22 21 23 72 Ilrgular cork Black Cat 22 King 517-c plain Buckingham 26 Chesterfield 1A Mark Ten 22 Pall Mail 27 Regular filler menlhol MacdonaJd Menthol 18 Gauloises Gitanes Lucky SLrike M ark Ten Philip Morris Players Players Mediu Sportsman Dome Mines was the only Ca- nadian gainer, up 1 a' Inco was off -la at Alcan down a like amount at and Ca- nadiaji Pacific off at S65. On the American Stock Ex- change, Canadian Javelin led Canadians lower losing to 513. Brascan was off -li at ;ind Jupiter Corp. off Va at I.O.D.E. KOPPER KARNIVAL Dollar value MONTREAL do1 lar in lerms of Canadian fuJid was up 7-32 to SI.00 27-32. Poun sterling up 1 15-16 cents lo 52.5] NEW YOHK dollar down 3.64 at 99 5-32 ii terms of U.S. funds. Pound sler ling unchanged at An Open Letter to the Premier Dear Mr. Strom, I've been (coding lliose hig fancy ads of yours OPH) doing wlitil you riuygost. I've been thinking about n change of government would do for Alberta, Well sir, I've come lo Ihe conclusion lhat as far ns Lethbridge and Southern Alberta arc concerned il would do a heck of a lot of good. When I see in Calgary and Edmonton how the taxpayers' dollars are being spent on public build- ings, highways, etc., I get the feeling that we in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta aren't getting our fair share. They say the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Well it's time Lothbridge stalled squeaking louder in the '.cgisinluro and the government of this province. Time for a change, Mr. Premier. Time for a change. Yours truly, DICK GRAY, Pronrossivc Conservative candidate, Lethbridge Wesl Inserted hy lU rTogrossivo Conservative Party Association of Iclhbricfgo Woil. Livestock Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 120 cattle. Receipts mixed quality. Trade moderately active. The few good and choice steers sold were meeting an indifferent de- mand at about steady rates. Medium and good cows selling at steady rates. Bulls about or more Medium and good stacker and feeder cattle selling al steady rates. Choice steers 31 to 31.70. Good cows 21.50 to 22.70; me- dium 20 to 21; canrers and cut- ters 17 lo 20. Bulls 22.90 to 24.50. Good light stock steers (un- der 550 pounds) 34 to 34.50. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday f.o.b. Lethbridge 22.90 base price. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer (o Jl a.m., about head; mostly good and choice slaugh- .or steere and heifers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were 25 cenls lower; heifers were fully steady with sales to 28.70; cows were steady arid bulls were barely steady. Choice slaughter steers 31.50 to 32.50, good 30.50 to 31.50, me- dium 28.50 to 30.25. Choice heifers 27.75 (o 28.50, good 26.75 lo 27.75, medium to 2G.50. Good cows 21 50 to 22.50, me- dium 20.50 to 21.50, canners and cullers 18 to 20.25. Good bulls 2-1.50 to 26.50. Replace ment cattle were moslly fleshy short-keep steers al steady prices. Insufficient stock or slaughter calves were offered lo establish a market. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 31 to 33.60. Good feeder heifers more than 600 pounds 27 to 29. Ifogs base pnce 22.55. Dividends IIv THE CANADIAN PRESS Calgary Pmvrr Ltd., 25 ccnls; ivc per cent pfd., pfd.. nil payable Oct. 1, Sfpl. 2. Husky Oil Llcl., six per cent )fd. scries A, 75 coils, Oct. I, -ccord Sepl. i; six per cent pfd. scries R, cents, Sepl. 30, Sept. 1. Companies Ltd., ifd., BO cenls, .Sept. 1, record AMR. 20. I.ohlnw Groceterias Co. Llil., irsl pfd. scries A, cents; otViid pfd., payable pt. 1, record Aug. 20. First scries B, 40 conls, Oct. 15, erord Sepl. 1. Thomson Newspapers Ltd., n rails; fi'l per cent pM. series A, hoin pnyaiiic Sept. 15, record Aug. 20. Canada Snteway Ltd., M.'IO pfd., 51.10, Oct. i, record Sept. Pinna'cle .42 Barons Oil .06 Vj Caplaln Internal 7.00 Place Gas 1.36 Norlh Cont. .03 Churchill Copper .US n Ponder Madison .2-1 Columbia Cell 3.55 Ranger 13.50 Wesl. Warner .27 Corona Credit 1.00 Scurry Rain. PIPE LINE STOCKS Crestbrook F Ind 4.E5 Spooner l.BO Alia G T L A 4s Croyden .2? Total Patrol. fl.10 Alta G T U Pfd 7150 Dolly Varden 30 V Wesl Deealla 6.95 Alfa Nat Gas 23.00 Dynasty 7.00 i MISCELLANEOUS Cdn Wesi Nal G 17.00 Forl Reliance .15 1 INDUSTRIES Inland Nat G 12.50 Gianl Mascot C Agra Indus. 900 N and C 15.75 Granlsle 11. posted advances as muc as two cents al mid-session o the Winnipeg Grain Exchang today following a strong so; bean pattern on the Ohicag market. Most of the trading was don Dy local and commissio louses as well as some Un ted States selling interest. All other commodities wer steady at previous dose leve Jl a slower trade. Tuesday's volume of trad was bushels of flax, 2 of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices; Flax- Oct. unchanged Nov., Dec. and May not open Eapc seed Vancouver: Sep higher 3.13A; Nov. IVs high er S-OHiA; Jan. HI highe March 1V4 highe Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct. 1V4 higher Dae unchanged 2.79'iiB; May 23, higher Oats: Oct. unchanged 69'AA )ec. unchanged May unchanged 71A, Barley: Oct. unchangef Dec. unchanged 1.08MB; May higher Rye: Oct. y, lower l.OOTuB )cc. unchanged May lower l.OOis. High Low Close Flax Oct 239% 239 Nov 239% 239% 239% Dec 237% M7'.i May 246H. 24615 Rapeseed Vancouver Sep 314V4 310 302Va 298 300 Jan 296 292 W Mar 289% 286% Hapeseed Thunder Bay 287% 283% 236 J--C 27831 Alay 285-14 Oats Oct 69Vi Dec 69% May 71 Barley Oct 109% 10914 Dec A 15 1.1 Du Maurier 22 Embassey 22 J.; Kent 20 1 .1 Lucky Strike 19 1.2 Mannic 25 1.; Mark Ten 19 1.2 Marlboro 22 1.3 Matinee 15 0.8 Maverick is 1.3 Parliament 21 0.2 Peter Jackson 22 1.4 Peter Stuyvesant 20 1.3 Players 22 1.3 Richelieu 21 1.3 Rothmans 23 1.4 Sportsman 21 1.3 Sweet Caporal 22 1.4 True 13 0.7 Viceroy 19 o.9 Viscount 5 0.5 Winston Cdn 22 1.3 Winston 20 1.2 Regular, filter Belvedere 16 1.1 British Consols 19 1.1 CaiTols 17 1.1 Consols 9 0.6 Craven A 9 0.3 DuMaurier 15 0.9 Embassy 18 1.1 Export A 20 1.2 Gauloises 14 08 Gitanes 13 0.3 Gunston 18 1.2 Hudson 19 1.2 Mark Ten 19 1.1 Marlboro 1C 1.0 Matinee 10 0.5 Peter Jackson 15 0.9 Players 21 1.3 Sportsman 17 1.0 Sweet Caporal 15 0.9 Premium tiller Benson and Hedges 20 1.4 Gold Crest 28 1 7 Pall Mall 21 future WINNIPEG (CP) Ma time potalo futures. Tuesda Open High Low Clo Nov 2.25 Mar 2.55 Apr 2.70 Hay 3.05 3 Aqualdlne 27.35 N and S Brll. NNd Corp Gai Me n Cdn Brew A 30 OD Gar Me Cdn Brew B 36.00 Trans C J Cdn Hydro Car. I5.I2'A Trans C Cdn Pac Inv. 23.00 Trans C CPR Pfd. D.50 Trans P Crowsnest Ind. 33.00 Westcoas Cygnus A 5.00 Wcsl Pa Cygnus B 5.W MUTl Cum. Prop 12.00 A.G.F. S t Gt. Oil Sands 5.15 All Cdn L Gt. Oil S. 675 100.00 All Cdn I Home Oil A 3J.25 AH Cdn JHome Oil B 33.6? Vs Ameri G Home, Pit 2.20 Cdn Hudson Day Co. 18.25 Collect h Hudson Bay OH -16.00 Common Hud Oil Pfd. Common Hush Russell 19.00 Corp Inv Toronto mil s Supplied by Rlchar LAST B a.m. Ouolet) MINES NoMhgale Acme .55 Norlex Advocate Asb. 2.r< Opemiska Akallcho .1 Osisko Black Bay .04 Pfllino Bralorne 2.00 Pine Poin Broulan .55 Placer D Belhlcnem 15.50 P.C. Exp Brunswick Quebec Canada Tung, 1.75 RayrocK Cassiar 31 Ml Radiore Cenlral Pat. 5.65 Rio Wsor Chlmo 1-23 Roman C Conwesl Sherrilt Cons. Rambler 1.65 Sleep Rw Coin Lake -13 Tek Corp Cochenour Tcxmord Craigmonl B.B5 Upper Ca Dlckenson Mines 1.15 Weslern Denison Mines 23.00 Wnghl Deer Horn .05 Willroy D'Eldona -40 Windfall Dome Mines CS.iO Yellowkn Donalda .08Vj Zenmac Discovery Mines .M IND East Malartic 1-05 Abllibi East Sullivan 0.00 Alcsn Fakonbrldge 93.00 Algoma Frobex Ako Ind Flrsl MBrlllmes .96 Allan SUE Giant Y.K. 675 Bell Tel Dovis 1 95 Brazil Tr Granduc 5.70 B.C. Tel Headway R.L. 8.00 Burns Holllngsr 37.50 B.C. Fore Hudson Bay M-S 22.00 B.C. Hydra Ex. CAE Ind Iron Bay 3.05 Cdn Brew Iso l.dl Cehmcell Jollet Quebec .U Col. Cell Kerr Addison 8.15 Cal Powe Key Anacon .30 Cdn Indus Labrador 36.00 Canada S Lake Shore 2.90 Cdn Marc Langis Silver .ID Cdn Vicke Madsen R.L. .B9 Chrysler Maiarllc G.F. .65 CPR Marlln McNeely 6 50 Comlnco Maclntyre 84.00 Cons Both Midrim ,30 Cms Gas intern Mogul 9.65 Dlsl sea Mew West Home 9.00 Dom Bride New Alhona Domlar New.- Calumer .27 Dom TPX! New Imperial .82 Dom Store Noranda 31.25 Dome PC New To Supplied by Richard Amr T and T Sears Anaconda 17.75 Sid O of Beth Steel 2J.75 Texas Ptd 30.25 Key Indusl .25 ro Hys ro Pfd 75 Inferior Brew d.so dn P 3J.37V2 Infernal Mar .7 n P Pfd KamlDDps Cnpper -09V dn P A 64.00 Lornex 8.00 War 10.75 Lyllon Mln 1.55 Trans 35 2SVj Nev; Imp Mines .82 c S.25 Okanagan Helleop 5.25 AL FUNDS Plains Pefe .37 pedal 2.95 Primer .09 Com fl.29 S.06 Pyramid 36 Divid 9. 38 10.25 Silver Slandard 1.37 370 SfampEde Inl'l Res .CD F 4.97 (.56 Texmont .45 5l F '.a t.lt Trojan .39 Mjl 6.30 6.97 Western Mines 3.05 Inl 13.28 59 Res .07 Lev 3.57 3.87 West Explora .17 est 5.J5 5.96 Ulica .25 ies. Industrials ison Securities of Canada in OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quoltt) B m Dofasco .35 CAB 13.00 10.50 Fd of Amer 67.00 .28 Gt. Cdn Oil 5.05 19.25 Gen Molars 85.00 t 77.15 Gl Lakes Pap BV. 27.75 Gulf Oil Cda 35.35 .77 Greyhound .15 Hawker Sid 2.50 Huron, Erie 21.00 .27 Hiram Walk 34.75 n Ii .J (mperlat Oil orp. 610 imperial Tob IP. 25 Gordon Inl Nickel 33.00 7.10 Int pipe 3B.50 5.90 ]nv Gp A 7.50 -4J int UNlllles 39.25 nada 200 Indusl Accept 16.75 W nes 3.05 Laurentide 8-127j Hargreaves 1.30 Kelly Doug A 5.50 .65 LoeD 390 .11 Loblaw A 5.75 le Bear J.OO Metro Stores Massey Ferg lo.7a USTRULS McMillan BIM 23.00 6.75 Moore Corp 36.00 1B.B7VJ Molsons A 18.00 tec! 13.e7Va Molsons B 18.00 8.00 North, Cent 15.75 ar 6 Power Corp 4.95 45.50 price Co 7.67.W ac 18.25 Roffimans 63.50 St Law Corp 19.00 13.00 CDA 37 37 St 19.50 Simpson's 23.35 r 19.50 Simp Sears 25.50 Selkirk A '5.00 6.75 Texaco 33.00 5.00 Tradprs Gp A 13.62 3.55 Trans Mtn Pp 2d.lS 75.73 Trans Can Pp 3J.27 t 13.00 Union Gas 46.50 S 32.00 Union Oil 15-25 onl 3-90 Versatile Mfg 3-60 TS 9.87V., wesleel 12.00 76.00 Union Car 17.50 35.75 Wcslon's B 17.75 22.50 Woodward's A 23.50 B.50 Wesl Cdn Sd 4.50 20.25 Zeniffl Elcc ?.75 5175 BANKS e 2J.75 Can Imperial 33.25 12.37'A Monlreal le 17.25 Nova Scotia 24.62Va S 13.12V; Royal 27.00 e 37.37V3 Tor-Dom 25.37% rk stocks on Securities of Canada 50 Golds 1BO.S9 up futures WINNIPEG TCP) beef futures Tuesday. Open High Low uoa Sep 33.00 33.00 Nov 32.00 Jan 30.95 Mar 29.50 AGENCIE APPOINTMENT 1 GREG FORSYTH SchworJz Agencies ltd- DT< nleased to announce the appoint ment of Greg Forsylh fo fhei Eslate Sales staff. Greg has resided in Lelnbridge 'or over 75 years, hovjng ot ended public schools and the Community College here ant also spenr 2 years at Indiana Slate University in U.S.A. He has been in the real estate eld for seven months and we -omcs his many friends and acqucfin toners lo discuss iheir ea eslale requirements with im. rhonr- Greg of 328-3331 or es. 327-0872. JJtb. College Mall LETHBRIDGE walking on highway CALGARY (CP) _ Eoss lussell Twoyoungman, 36, of Morley, was identified Wednesday as the pedestrian struck by a car and killed Monday while walking along highway 1A west f the 107% 107 107% Rye Oct 100 M'.i Dec 98% May 101 'A 101 !'e earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Id., six months ended June 30: 971, a share; 970. peanuts REGINA (CP) Police said burglars who broke into a popcorn stand got "peanuts" for their efforts. The loot: six bags of peanuts worth 115.75 IS West O 235.12 nH Duponl U0.371A Woolworih J5.0H NEW YORK AVERAGES Gen Motors QJ.42V; Weslinghouse F.I 83.55 30 Indusl S9J.d2 olf 5J7 Gull 26.1 U.S. Sleel 30 62 Vj 20 Rails 337.59 up .77 Inl Harvest 37.75 15 UHI 114.10 off .21 Kenn Copper 31.50 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 stocks 302 e7 _B3 Monlgom Ward 35.52V; 20 Indusl 174.31 off .18 Volume AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge THURSDAY, AUG. 19th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Rogers Majestic TV; Nice colonial cheslerfield and chair; Dark wood double dresser and chest of drawers; Bookcase bedstead; Sparton 21" TV: Single brass bedstead; Desks; Nice wood crib; Fireplace electric og radiant; Viking fridge: 2 chesls of drawers; Philco portable TV: Good gas reel type power mower. Wood heater; Large showcase; 30'' gas range; Wringer washers; Bicycles; Chrome table: .Su'ivcl .sfncrls. Aparducnl size gas range; Chesterfields and chairs; Chain saw; Doors and windows; Radio-record plnyer; Sleamcr trunk; Kids battery operated snowmobile; Floor lamps; Viking TV; Tricycles. Accordion; Chrome high chair; Skis: Gai'den lools; Old oval mirror; Old picture frames: Aquarium; Old cameras; QuanlJIy of coal oil lamps; Polaroid camera; Dishes; Pols and pans. GOOD 1G' WOOD BOAT lillil CIIEVnOLET JS54 Women i enter pri SASKATOON (CP) A majority of nuns, seminarians am nymen are opposed to entering the priesthood, says a survey conducted hy Uic Honian Catholic. Church's Saskatoon Diocese. The question, said the Diocese, was contained in a ques-.ionnaire on Ihc pricsthooc ind was answered hy 799 persons living nilliin the Diocese. Seventy-four per cent of the nuns and seminarians said no, vlii'o Die percentage of laymen spposcd was 73.G. Slightly more han 11 per cent of the laily ind U per cent of Ihc clerics aif yes. Alxnit M per cent of the mid 57 per eent of the inns and seminarians said wo-ncn arc ns suiled for church vork a.i men, but nol in the role if the priest. Another question asked, if cel-Vicy has any ir; riesthood. Only M.4 per cent f the laily snid it had KrC'il aliie, per cert said il had ami vnluo and 19.G said it esthood no value. Seventy-eight per cent of the 207 clerics answering the question said celibacy had great and only three per cent sai': it had no value. A majority of persons answering (he questionnaire said priesls who have resigned should be allowed to carry on a limited ministry. .Sixty-three per cent of lire nuns ;.nd seminarians said they would accept such a priest while 13 per cent said they would not. Another 13 per cent said (hey didnt know and 11 per cenl didnt give an answer. Of Ihc 65.9 per cent snid they would accept a priest who has resigned compared with 17.4 per cenl who snid no. Tlrere was 5.8 per cent undecided and 10.0 per cent who had no answer. Almost Iwo-fhirds of lire nuns somiiinrians snid they are nol against older, married men being ordnini'd while 68.9 per cent of Iho Inily said this would f, be acceptable. Travel Announcement CON BARRETT lei Ingle, Fred Slory and cfe Alexander would like lo ve come Con Barrel! 10 Ihe oyola Sales Team. Con has hod over 25 years xperienco in Ilio aulomolive eld; and is well qualified lo 3ok after all your needs. Con welcomes all his friends nd acquaintances lo drop la aulomobilcs, Skylark fnmp-rs and trailers, Empress molor-omcj and Rilzcroft mobile omcs. APPLIANCES AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1971 Further Information Contact HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE Further Information Contact: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phono 328-4705 1920 2nd Avo. S. TED NEWBV KEITH ERDMANN lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 1.2 1.5 1.2 1.1 1.0 1.2 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.2 0.9 I.I 1.1 1.3 1.1 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.2 1.0 ;