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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Oolicrty. McCtiuig Limited) LAST Kilt OK SALE (11-00 fl.m. Quofesl WESTERN OILS Aihlar.d [IT OH On Muil Ei.w Pfti HmKy Oil Hinky Oil Quolrrl a.m, Q-jolfi) J? CO Corp Inveil 6.31 5S.SO In St M i.7J Dreyfus F U.S. (.JO tir lo IS hares A.Bi Gr Equity 8.48 ?.31 2 95 In veil Gr F 13.03 K3i 75 Ifiveit fi.OS 662 Mutual Ac 1075 11.62 3VS Mutual Gr F 500 5 SO 4O Nat Res. M W Ffn W or .12 Temp Pan Ocean Petrel Pinnacle Place GHI F'cfldtr Ranger Scurry Rfll Snconer ScltTni Total Pet" Uliltr Writ Pefc i.M PIPE LIME STOCKS 17.11 G4S A ti.SO '3.03 Cas Prcf Alia Nfll GtiS JO.O'l inland Not Gal rj rjnrl C Gas 15.75 .73 H end c n pw J7.M Padfk Irani 13.75 Iriir.s Cda Pipe -M-7S AMW 5.15 5.6? 7-10 7.17 e.4] 5.70 8.51 9.2: jard 9.43 10.61 VANCOUVER MIKES TSE prices mixed in quiet trading .12 Cdi A 40. ?J Hxplcr Rjlh None brcndfl Churchill Copper Croydon Davenpetf Dclly Varden Dynairy Kelirirv AGF Special MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES AquHfilno ?7.iO Cdn Brew A Cdo Grew B M.OT Cdn Pacific Inv 25.15 Ird 3.AS Falcon Copper Ccl W.ulual Gcnilar Inter Homo A i Hnrne 0 3fi 75 Hud Bay Co 'B.50 Venf Tram Cda War 17.10 Trans Tran-, VJli W.UTUAL FUNDS Lvllcn Win era Is All Cdn Com E 61 9.1! pyramid All Cdn Divid 9.JO 10-33 Slandard All Cdn Vent O? 4.M T (.55 s.1, K 5Wr 7.07 7.7B Key IndL-il 15.WU.70 4.14 457 J m OILS G.14 9.11 Albany Oil .42 9 75 501 S.75 1 75 ,34 1-12 .13 9J5 Toronto mines, industrials By Richardson Scc'iriUes of Cannda) LAST BID OR KM." a.m. Quoins) ft.m- Quoies) (Hi60 fl.m. Quotes! Rrovlnn Bethlehem Canada Tung. Caniar Pal- Chlmo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochin our Cralrjmcnt Dlckcfison Min Deninon .1.1 Pine F'olr.l 30 Placer Dev. .H P.C. Exp. II Quc-ltc mar 3.7S Haycock 1 t4 Radhre U.75 Rio Alyom l.i) Roman Corp. 76 Sherrlfl Gordon Silver 3.yj Ttk Corp. Tcxmonl Upper Canada Weitern Wrlgti! i 1 33 "Windfall -11 Ytllov.'knllo Bear Abillti Akan Alqom INDUSTRIALS 10.3 S.iO Dome Pole Catle Grt Cdn Oil Gen rV.olors Grl Lakes Pp Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker sit) Hur t Erie Hiram Walker i imp oil 1 mast a Int Nickel inl Pipe Grp A kit Ulif Ir.t; Accept Laurenlide Ktiiy Doug A Loo I) Lofclaw A Mel Stores Ferg TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were mixed in quiet mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was down .11 to 215.06 and western oils .01 lo 1254.8G. Golds wore up .10 to 210.15 and base mcUU .19 to 97.42. Volume by 11 a.m. was sharcs, down from t the same time Friday. Weak sectors were bank, bev- rages, food products, Indus- rial mines, merchandising, pa- isr and forest, pipeline and jonslruction issues. Commu- nication, oil refining, real es- ate, steel and utility stocks made .small gains. Declines held a slim margin ver advances, 99 to 92, with 87 issues unchanged. Traders Group class A was If to SitFia, Aquitainc of to Phillips Monday, Augutt 28, 1972 THE HRAU) 15 rr a ra s Peoples was up H to Cominco to ?29, Imiwrial Oil (o Abitibi It to ititl Seaway A pref. lii to Camflo Mlne-s was off 5 cents o Bankeno 5 cenls to 58.45, Pan Ocean Vt to and L'niLcd Reef cents to cents. Sunningdale Oil was up 15 cents to Voyager IS cents to SC.C5, Northgale 20 cents to era! United Ashjstos 10 cenls to S3.00. MARGINAL GAINS MONTREAL (CP) Only marginal gains and losses were recorded jis prices hovered close to Friday's closing levels in light, early trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 900, compared with dur- ing (lie corresponding period Friday. On Iwlex, industrials were up .40 lo 231.02, utilities dropped .10 to 1C3.90, baJiks were off .29 :o 274.84, composite gained .22 lo 222.77 and papers were down' ,27 lo 100.25. Graflon was up 1 lo Im- perial Oil to Peoples Stores lo and Crush -14 to Canada Cemenl Lafargc was off lo D.IA OFF NEW YORK (AP) Slock prices followed alor.g a level course in quiet trading today. At noon, the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials was off .90 to S58.4G. Advances and de- clines were In balance on the New York Stock Exchange, with 578 gainers to 588 losses. Among Canadians, Alcan was off -li to Granby Mining 'A to Hudson Bay Mining to ?2M'i and Massey-Fergu- son '.i lo Mclnlyre ad- vanced Hi to Walker- Gcodcrham ?i to and Genstar to On the American Stock Ex- change, Canadian issues gener- ally were unchanged. DEATHS DEATHS away CLELAND P assed away in Claresholm, Saturday, Au- gust 26, 1972, lawrcncc Mi- cliacl Clelajid, aged 82 years, of Cowlcy, Alberta. Eom in La- chute, Quebec ho came west to Pincher Creek. the Cowlcy district in 1911. He C3913 married Etta Lalta in Blair- more In 1913. They farmed in IIARBERS Passed away Cowley district. In 19KI ho Sunday, August 27, 1972, John Robertson, Pincher Creek. Fu- neral arrangements will be announced later by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., DEATHS pass- away in Raymond on Sun- day, August 27, 1972, at Hie age of 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ann Wysosky of Raymond. Funeral arrangements will be announced w hen completed. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., in Charge o! Arrangements. C3917 FISI1EK Passed away on Saturday, August 26, 1972, Eliza Fisher, aged 90 years, beloved mother of Ihe late Mrs. Gwen Ilutton, of Fort Macleod. She is survived by four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A private funeral service will be held on Tuesday, August 29. In terment Union Cemetery. Fu- neral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C3915 suddenly in the city on Satur- day, August 28, 1072, Gcrrit B. Harbers, at the age of 76 years, Ixjloved husband of Mrs. Theo- dora Harbers of Nobleford. Bom and raised in Hellen- doom, Holland the late Mr. Harbers came to Can- ada in 1917 and homesteaded in Alderson (Sufficld, Alta.) In 1924 lie moved lo the Monarch district retiring in 1967 lo the town of Nobleford, ho has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife, Theo- dora, he is also survived by two sons, John and Henry both of Monarch; two daugh- ters, Mrs. J. (Gertie) Hofman of Nobleford and Mrs. A. (Ber- nice) Huxley of Throe Hills; thirteen grandchildren and one sister in Holland. He was pre- deceased by one son, Peter, in IBM. The funeral service will he held on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Monarch Reformed with Rev. John Moor- man officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot hi the Monardi-Noblclorcl Cemetery. Donations may be made to tho Alberta Tuberculosis and Res- piratory Disensc Association, 7004 109 Street, Edmonton 62, eir respects at the Church on esday from p.m. until nice time. MARTIN BROS. TD., Directors of the Funeral was predeceased by his wife, Ella and a son, Ivan and in 1969 he moved lo Iho Creslview Lodge in Pincher Creek, where he married Sarah Diamond In 1970. He served on Ihe Divi- sional Board of the Pincher Creek School Division for 25 years and for many years was a director of the Pincher Creek Co-op and the board of the Foothills United Church. He is survived by his wife, Sarah; one daughter, Mrs. Arthur (V e r d B) Wright, Pincher Creek; two grandchildren; tsvo brolhers, Gilbert of Lelhbridgc, Harold of Vauxhall; one sister, Mrs. Ruth Anderson in Hanna A funeral service will be held in the Foothills United Church on Tuesday, at p.m., Rev. R Putman officiating. Intermen in Cwley Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to Uw Foothills United Church Memo- rial Fund, care of Mrs. J. Me Kay. EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek, in charge of arrangements. C3911 KIRBY Passed away li Blunt's Nursing Home, For Macleod, on Saturday, Augus 5.1 50 173 75 "exas Co 33.57Va Volume 919.030 Woolwnrth YORK AVERAGES J.-37V, Gen Tel Hlec 3M7Vi M TORONTO AVERAGES tj Stocks 315.J2 off .37 31 trrdust 3U.98 Of -19 Volume Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGAIIY Receipts at the Calgary livestock mar- ket to II a.m., totalled 400 head; mostly slaughter steers lacking condition and medium Trade was moderate. with no choice kinds; heifers were .steady v.'ith no strictly A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS EXPECTEO FROM THE PROPOSED TRANS-ALASKA OIL PIPELINE HAS BEEN ADVANCED 6YA STWJFORDUSCIENTIST. HE SUGGESTS MIXING BRINE WITH THE OILWHICH WOULD FLOW AT 20'T030'F. choice kinds; cows were barely steady with insufficient good kinds to establish a mar- ket; hulls were steady. Good lo low choice slaughter steers S1.2o to 33, medium 30 to 31. Gorxl lo low choice heifers 29 to 30.50, medium 27.75 to Medium cou-s 23.50 lo 25.50, canners and cu'tcrs 10 to 23. Goo dblllls 23.50 (0 30.50. Replaccmenl c a 111 e were scarce at steady prices, No slock calves offered. Good feeder sfcers more than 750 pounds 33 lo 36.40. No hogs sold lo II a.m. Hog prices EDMONTON' (CP) Aver- age prices lo II a.m. provided by Iho Alhcrla hog producers marketing hoard: Kdmonton: 35.95. Average Friday, 36.59. Ited Dt-er: 35.00. Average Friday, 36.72. Calgaiy: 35.00. Average Fri day, 'MM. Nil. Average IYi day, nil. Uoydminstr-r: Nit Avcrag'i ower May lower July not open. Oct. unchanged higlier TRAVERS Passed away suddenly in Cranbrook on Thursday, August 24, 1972, Mr. George Daugnerty Travcrs at Ihe age of 80 years of No. 308- Garden Villa Apartm cuts, Lethbridgc, husband o] the lale Mrs. Ruby May Trav- ers. Born in Kildare Cape Prince Edward Island, the lale Mr. Travers was raised and educated there. Following his graduation he worked for over 15 years for the Merchanls Bank of Canada and also work ed for tire Bank of Montxea for a number of years, From 1924 until 1942, lie was employ ed by the Provincial Govern men! in Edmonton on Ihe staf of Hie Debt Adjuslment Bonrd and was Ihe Clerk of the Cour crc from 1912 until his retire- ment in 1957. He is survived b> ne son, Mr. D. Ken Travers o" Vancouver; (wo daughters ,frs. li. N. (Barbara) Petersei if Lclhbridpc, Mrs. G. E Simmons of Victoria ix grandchildren, and on irolhcr, Mr. Victor Travcrs, o Mnce Edward Island. The fi loral service Mill bo held o Tuesday at 3 p.m. in St. Au ine's Anglican Church, Rev. R. L. Crisficld officiating ntermenl will follow in Mour ain View Cemetery. Friend nay pay their respects at Mar Bros. TRADITIONA! CHAPEL 812 3 Avenue f 'hone .123 2.1C1. Those wh visit may donate lo the Icart Fund, care of Mrs. M. tt'ray, 1705 is St. S, Lethbridgc MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dircc Dicf's book lo he solfi September 1 SASKATOON (CP> The book written by former prime minister John Diefen linker, cnlitlcd, Those Things We Treasure, wil! go on sale Sept. 1. The first printing by the pub- lisher, the Macmillan Company of Canada I-W., will run to 40. 000 copies. Tl ts described ni an analysis of recent I rends in Canadian affairs. lors of Ktincral Service, C390 75 CONTRACTS ALL RUPAIRS. ROOTING. SIDIN' itic, kllcheru. cadlnpll, ba1 w, crrflmlc lile. or con try. Phone 33S-T073. 37J7 ALU.VilfJUM WIIJPOWS AND DOOR MAINTENANCE NO CMAN INC.. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 31 5TJ.S. C1936- CUSTOM rURNlTURf: RTMODE Intj. Offkr (umllurc. VAr lies. THE I UJTSr CRAr-TSMA SHIP. Phtina 3J6-95J5. 77iS C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTA Gravel leveling. Cflmpacllor, CQL- fvtenl tquipmenl. Corr cleaning. Phone UIO Avt. S. GARAGE OUlLpING, CFMEN work and sluccolnq. Anderson a foremen Consfrucllonr 10M 7lh A S. Phone STIIIKE IS OVKI! GIBRALTAR (Reulerl A general strike lhat cripplcxl (his British colony for five day.s cndtxl Saturday wtten Ihe 1111- ions accepted a offer from tho employers. CARPENTRY WORK. REWODE ing, repairing, ildewallti, Tov cr eoynlrv. E and L Conlfrudn Phonf 328-3077 cr 3J.B-IJ37. C3fi2i BOX NUMBERS tt. tt.. It, 100, 11J, 119, I PUBUC_NOTICE NOTICE THAT Arlhur Thompson win no lor bfl for dohfi other I incurred pr-rsonalJy or wrIIKn ccxuanK rvice. C3912 Oliver B., passed- vay in Ihe city on Friday, Au- usl S, 1972, at the age of 71 ears, beloved husband of Mrs. jth West of 2512 5th Avc. A Mr. West was born August 3, 1901 in Mountain View, Al- erta and grew up there. He ecarae a very successful Bncher in the area before loving lo Ixilhbridge in 1966 he was residing al the me of his passing. He is sur- ived by his loving wife, Ruth; hree daughters, Mrs. Ralph Wanda) Nelson of Fort Mac- cod, Mrs. Arthur (Donna) Wid- mer of Spanvood, B.C. and Irs. Alyin (LaWona) Jensen of Kennewick, Wash.; 12 grand- hildren; four grcat-grandchil- Iren; and four brothers, Jolrn r. and Walter of Mountain 'lew, Vemon of Cardston, and JIRoy of Iowa. He was prede- icased by one son, Ronald Oli- 'er West in 1837. Funeral ser- will be held in the Moun- jiin View IJJS Chapel on Tues- lay, August 29 at 2 p.m., with iishop Bruce Jacobs officiBt- ng. Interment will follow in ho Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects n the Christensen Chapel, in on Monday (tonight) 'rom 7 to 9 p.m. and on Tues- day from 12 to I p.m. prior to .he funeral service. B11 o w e r s gratefully declined. Donations may be made to Ihe Alberta Heart Foundation (1705 15th St. S.) SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Direc- :ors of Funeral Service. C391C DEATHS LAVORATA Passed away the city on Saturday, Au- ust 20, 1972, Mrs. Chiara >iara) Lavorafa at the aye of 9 years, of 1005 8lh St. N., be- ved wife of the late Mr. Mi- lacl Lavorata. Born in Piano rail, Cosenza, Italy the late TS. Lavorata came to Ixith- ridge in 1957 and has resided ere until her pa.saing. She was redcceased by her loving hus- and In 1955 and is survived by sons, Francesco and An- onio of Toronto, Alfonso of ethbridge, Carmene of Cbi- ago, Armando of Lcthbridfic, of Chicago; tsvo daugh- ers, Mrs. (Giuscppina) F. Maz- uca and Mrs. (Virginia) P. Mvau, both of Lclhbridge; 22 randchildrcn and 30 great- ,randchildrcn. Prayers will bo aid on Monday (lonighU at :30 p.m. in St. Basil's Calh- >lic Church. Requiem Mas will celebrated on Tuesday al a.m. in St. Basil's Cath- )lic Church. Requiem Mass wil Marien celebrant. Intermenl .11 follow in Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Ccrn etery. Friends may pay their respccls at Martin Bros. ME MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13lh St K., phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu neral Service. C39H ness, Mrs. Florence Kirby a the age of 94 years, belove wife of Ihe late Mr. Stephe Kirby of Iron Springs. Born i England in 1878, she came t Canada with her husband i 1911 and settled at Nemiskairi Alberta. They farmed there u til moving to Iron Springs ui 192fi. She continued to reside Iron Springs until 1968, which time owing lo failin health and eyesight she becam a patient at Blunl's Nurs- ing home in Fort Macleod, and remained there until her pass- ing. She was predeceased by her loving husband in 1956 and by five brothers. She was a member of the Anglican Church and was a life member of the Anglican Women's Aux- iliary. Left to mourn her pass- ing is one son, William Kirby, of Iron Springs; one grandson, Joe Kirby and several nieces and nephews in England. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday ot p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. R. L. Crlsfield offi- ciating. Intermenl mil follow in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. Friends may pay their respects flt Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. Phone 328-2561. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dircc- tors of Funeral Service. C3911 WELSH Hugh Millar, bc- oved husband of Agnes Welsl (Kane) of Hillcrest, passer, away Friday, Augusl 25, 1972 age 62 years. He was bom in Brosbum, Scotland, Marc! 6, 1910. Ho came to Canada L 1910, settling in Fcrnie, B.C. later moving to Corbin an then to Hillcrest in 1914, wher he has resided since. He was member of the Coleman Loca of the U.M.W.A. and had ser cd in the Second World War He worked as a mechanic to Mannix Construction for years and during the past three years he worked for Coleman Colleries. He was predeceased jy his father Dave in 1958, his mother Elizabeth in 1953 and one brother Jim in 1969, all in Hilicrest. Survivors include his wife, Agnes; one daughter, Mrs. A. (Gloria) Massey-Hicks of Calgary; one step-son, How- ard Kane of San Diego, Cali- fornia; two brothers, Dave of Hillcrest and Robert of Cal- gary; one sister, Mrs. A. (Eliz- abeth) Egan of Bow Island; ono granddaughter, Ray lene. Funeral services will be held in Fantin's Blairmore Chapel at 2 p.m., August 29, wilh Rev. Peler Walker officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the family plot Hillcrest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers persons wishing may donate to the Canadian Heart Fund, care of Mrs. Flora Mi chels, Blairmore. FAN TIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C3318 CARDS OF THANKS Many thanks to y doctor, nurses and staff on urgery Two at the Municipal ospital. Special Uianks to those ho brouglit flowers, gifte end cnt cards during my stay, pedal thanks to Ruth for her elp and the staff of physio for icir continuing therapy. Spitzcr. 7947 STOTT The family of the die Mrs. Sarah Stott wish to xprcss their sincere thanks to ambulance attendants, doc- ors, nurses, aides, orderlies and talf of the Lethbridge Municl- ial Hospital for the tender Ipv- ng care given mother during icr lasl days; also Rev. K. Churchill, Rev. L. HanUnson and Rev. A. T. King for prayers and visits. We are grateful too, or inquiries, visits, flowers and cards; also to those who sent floral tributes, gifts food and .jathy cards during our re- cent sad bereavement. Special hanks arc extended lo the staff of Martin Bros., Mrs. Maida ilack, the soloist, Rev. L. Hank- nson, Rev. A. T. King and >allbearers Cleve Joe vlontgoinery, Syd Holberton, Charlie Shepherd, Norm Hunt and Bill Domeier. Thank you all. Alstead and Ethel, Reg and Mary Jean. 7949 HENRIE We wish to ex- press sincere thanks to fxieoda and neighbors for flowers, food and cards received during our recent bereavement in the loss of our father and grandfather. We wish to thank the staff and doctors of the Cardstoa Auxili- ary Hospital for their kindness and care given him during his stay Iherc. We express our ap- preciation to Bishop Gaboon of he Aelna 'Ward for his time spent in assisting with funeral arrangements and for officiating. Thanks to the speakers, honor- ary pallbearers and any others who assisted. We are graieful to the Aetna Relief Society for a tasty lunch following the serv- families. C3907 IN MEMOR1AM LEINES In loving mem- ory' of Olio Leines, who passed away August 28, 1970. August brings sad memories, Of a loved one gone to rest. You will never be forgotten. By the ones who loved you best, remembered by his wife Anna; son Bill; daugh- ters, Florence and Viola. 79-! 8 Passed away sud- denly in the city on Friday, Aug. 25, 1972, Mr. Reginald Jack ISmccd at the Age cf years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ella Mary Smecd, of 725 I5th St. N. i5orn, raised and educated in Lethhridge, the lale Mr. Smecd ias been associated the Stationary business for the past 40 years (30 years with Com- mercial Printers, and at the unie of his passing was a part- ner in Chinook Ho ivas very active in Howling circles and was past President of (lie Five Pin Bowling Asso- ciation, He also enjoyed hunt- ing and fishing. He was pre- deceased hy his father ami one sister. Besides h i s loving wife he Is survived by his mother, Mrs. Emily Smecd of Lclhbridge; two sons, Mr. Jack F. Smeed and David A. Smced of Lethbridgc; two daughters. Mrs. (Sharon) F. Fctfinger, Wasa Lake, B.C. and Lori at home; five grand- clilldrcn; two sisters, Mrs. (Belle) W. FUIcy of lothbridge, Mrs. (Ruby) A. Parker, Red Deer; two brothers, Messrs. Fred and Hoy Smeed, both of Lcthhridge, The funeral service will he held on Tuesday at p.m. in the First United Church, with Bcv. K. V. Jordan officiating. Interment will fol- low In Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. M., phone 328-2361. MARTIN Directors of the Funeral Sen-ice. C3909I TESTED TRUSS SYSTEMS WHATEVER THE ROOF DESIGN, TESTED TRUSSES SPEED CONSTRUCTION AND CUT COSTS Strict qualify control under ideal working conditions' ADVANTAGES OF TRUSS SYSTEM 1. Save lime ejtimnlmg. 5, Reduce lost timo caused by weather. 2. Save on wasto material ot job site. 6. Trusses have a clear ipon, bearing 3. Save cleaning timo for rafter on culling. 7. The clear rigid span reduces 4. Tested trusses ore strong. chances of plaster cracking. 24 FT. SPAN TESTfD TRUSSES....... SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHEU SIZES. CRESTLINE BUILDERS MARKET LTD. lErHBRIDGE S INDEPENDENT BUIID1NC SUPPIY USI YOUR CRESUIN! BUDCET ACCOUNT! 123 30lh St. N. Phone 327-5444'or 327-5110 ;