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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE inHBSIDOE HERAID Ihuridciy, Auguil 31, 1973-------------------- Canada to stay with ICC Ban non-Canadian hunters in northern Alberta area KDMONTON (ITl A sec- lion of northern Albi-rla has bcon declared off-limits f u r noti-t'alKuium haulers this (all, Lands and forest Minister Dr. Allan Wan-ack sniil Wed- an area of north-central Allx-rt'a bounded by Allmlxissa, Wcstloc-k ami tin.- Attialmka river lie limited (n Canadi- ans only early indicated ttvre r.tiicr- vij'n 1-ave lit'en ;i miicli laviu'i1 than usual influx urai-Canadi- an hur.'.ers the iirca. Other j'-nrtioiis of the uorlh he to non-ro.-itlcnl hunters. The Progressive Conservative Frank AII- pleliy. said the area in Ihe past had developed into a favorite hunting for loi'ul residents and Ihc change in roguliilinr.i Hits yeai- was uccited to keep il Iliat way in the face of licencing prnredurop. In the past, n non-resident hunting licence for Iliat area cost SIM while Ihe fee fuv a similar licence (or Hie area Tiorlh of Iho Athabaska river was only S50. This in effect caused non-resident lunilers to stay away from the section in [avor of areas carrying a less expensive licence fee. However, this year the li- cence fee lia.s boon clumped to a blanket leading to the possibility tliat non-resident Imr.'.ers may take to Ihe local area as v.cIL Mr. Appleby said it was felt people coming several thousand I miles lo liunt moose in north- ern Alberla coi'ld go another 100 mibs aiici leave the small section for local residents. The Attiabrska and Pembina Fish ami Game Association had positioned the government for the change ir. regulations. 1003 4th Avenue S., LelhbrWgB Tclephono 328-4426 OTI'AWA head, mostly slaughter steers and lu-ifei's. Trade >vas moderately active. Slaughter steers sold steady, sales lo Over finished sleers sold under pressure will) discounts up lo Heifers sold steady, sales lo 31.411. Cows were under pressure, selling SI lower. Hulls steady. Choice steers to M.CO, good 31 to 32, medium to 31. Cho'ce lieifcrs 29.75 lo 30.CO, good 2IS.75 to 29.75, medium to Good cows 21.7.5 lo 2ii, medium 23 to 24.50, can- ncrs and cutters 19 to 22.50, Grind bulls 28.50 to 30.50. Replacement cattle were in short supply, being mainly steers in the 75li to 950-pound range, selling at fully sleady lo strong prices. iS'o stock calves were offered. Good feeder steers 700 pounds up 33 to 42.25. depend- i ing on weight. Good feeder heifers .10.50 to 3-1.90, good slock ajid feeder cows 23 lo Hogs average base price ing Indian officials that if India rss chairman propose ad- journment of Ihe Ill-ycar-old commission. Canada will sup- port Hie move. "They privately Iliat if tudhi does no', propose adjourn- ment, Canada might (io so." The external affairs spokes- man said today: "There IKJ r.o Canadian initiative to termi- nate the work of the ICC hi present circumstances." 'Hie New Delhi report said In- dians and Canadians agree that adjournment would spell the end of Ihe ICC, which has hccn non-active and ineffective ever since the Vietnam war begun widening in tbe 1960s. "oron to mines, industrials (Supplied Hy Hirhanlson Securities of Cannrfn) LAST RIO OR SALE i a.m. Juoiesl .34 CabJo Grf Cdn Oil 4J.J5 3X0 .11 Grt tnkcs Pp I.JO Gulf Oil Cda ,31 Greyhound 70CO HawXcr (MX) Huron fc Erie Hlrnm Tip Oil Canada -n In' 3.35 Harqreavei 1.15 WiHroy YollcvArtl 2.BI Inv Grn A INDUSTRIALS A 1-1 AI can Alrjoma S1ce1 Hollinger HudscH A Hydra Gx. Iron Cay Joliet Quebec Kc-rr Atfdiscn Key G.F. Ma run y f.'jaclnlyrc trrn Mogul l West Hom -w Alhona .33 Cdl Cell Int UHI InJ Acrcpf Lawrenlldc Kelly Doug A Lccb A Met Stores Fern Corp 13.M A B Uorlh I Cent Power Corp Price Co 60.50 Rothmitni Sf. Law Corp Shell CDA Simp Scars Sfcel of CtJa Selkirk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Witn Pn Trans Cda pp 33.50 35. K .63 J4.75 PFd 11.S3 Uni U.OO Unlw Gas Crin Vicksrs J7 Dfst Seagrams SIMPSONS-SEARS Come our beautiful, new colour-coordinated bodies! Feast your eyes on the lively Avocado Interior irim of our White, Frostless Coldspot refrigerator. This big, new cu. ft beauty features multi-position shelves. Porcelain interiors that never need defrosting! 137-lb. freezer capacity. Twin crispers. Meat keeper. Moulded egg rack. Butter compartment. In Coppertone or Harvest Gold with Gold colour interior trim More 359 13.7 cu. ft Coldspot Completely Frostless. Never needs clelrostincj. Avocado interior trim. 108-lb. freozer cap. crispers. Butter compartment. Egg bucket. Charge II on your all-purposs account service what vie sell, coast-lo-coasl Satisfaction or money refunded Quality Oosts No More At Simpsons-Scars 29.35 7.50 77.35 JS7S 53.3S 31.10 3 7.75 3.60 30.M 13.50 13 35 10, 00 79.00 M.IO 3S.7S 7S.CO 54.75 535 Mfg 1D.75 30.12yj Car 1635 Weslon's B 77.50 Woodward'l A Cdn Seert Zenith Elcc 3E.OO BANKS 3300 Cdn Imp Montreal 37.25 NOVB Scolla Royal 37.75 Tnr-Oom 39-75 35-43'.' STORE HOURS. Opr.n Doily 9 to p.m. Thuriday and Friday 9 rim. to 9 p.m. Ccnlro Viiloyo. Telephone 328-9231 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied hy Uuhcrly. McCiKiig Limited) LAST Ull) OK SALIC m- C.rn. Quotes) a.m. WESTEHH OfLS Alminox 6 Alfa toil G.i 7.6.5 Oil 15.37VJ HuiXy Oil 11.75 Inlcr Pdov V.'P1 2 iO 415 17.76 14.17 607 6.16 6-77 751 B.7-1 5 ,E6 6.44 5-13 5.63 7.04 7.67 8.39 568 6.74 Royal Trust Appointment Pfintdn f'cln Pan OCMn PfiHrl Pinnace PI.-KP Pondrr Harrier Islrr Ml Ml F'cfp lo.Wj MISrELUANFOUS INDUSTRIES aiili.tinc ?7 rfl Jn A ro Ifi 00 4roduct, industrial mine and merchtindising issues while pa- per and forest, general manu- acturing, leverage, steel and itility stocks down Advances slighlly ilgher than declines, 112 to yj, with 185 issues Occidental Pete was up In Peoples Department Stores lit Lo Interpool Ltd. to Intcrnaliona] Nickel to and Robinson LUtle to B.C. Telephone dropped 1'A to Andres Mines 1 to MacMillan Blocclcl VB to .Scnlt Paper Ltd. lo and Doman Ind. (o Gibraltar was clown VH lo Kerr Adclison 'A to Bethlehem Copper lo Page Petroleum 9 cents lo and Western Decalta S cents to Rio Alfjom up to SlierritL Gordon to Campbell Cliiboiifiamati 10 cents to SG.GO, United Cfinso 10 cents lo and Oil 5 cents to FMPKHS MONTRKAL (CP) Papers were the weak today in light trading on the Montreal stock rmirket. The .scclor oil 1.03 to 97.11 while industrials rose to hanks .54 In and (he composite .52 to IHililics were at Combined volimu- on UK Montreal and Canadian slock exchanges wns coin- [Wirorl with ;i( (lie same titnt: Wednesday. Itio Aifjom v.'jjs up I lo and lo S12V't. British Colnmhia Telephone was clown I to MacMillan Blocdcl to and MICC Investment 1 (o SF.SSION NEW YORK (AP) Slock prices upward in lazy miclsession trarlinfj today. The noon Dow Jones average of HO industrial slocks was up 2.78 to DWJ.G-i. Advancing issue: lield a OT-lo-IM lead over de- clines on Ihe New York Stock Exchange. Among Canadians, Hudson Bay Mining was up 'A lo Canadian Pacific to an hi in in I In- cftornoon (hat he had great lujpcs rjf win- ning, bill I had not dared to ux- pcct so decisive an upsel. "The confirm what we find fiensed for tbe last weeks, (bat there is a up- swing for support (or the Now Democratic Party. "I liavr no doubl fool (his upswing in (lie federal elec- tion Iliat wci expect soon." R. S. Harmon The nppomtuient of Ttolirrt S. llnniH ri ris Jliiiiaifcr tif its LcthbridKC Hijinrh is nn- kv tloyal Trust. Mr. Hiuirn'n, formerly M Sarnia Ilrniich, suc- W. K. MvimJcIl, who is rt-lirinjr. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- ced was four cents higher at on the Winnipeg fniin Kxchange today under a Ironf; dernarid by exporters. was two-to-three cents ligher on commercial and com- nission house buying and oats ind bnrley were fractionally ligher on domestic shipper buy- Rye was a cent higher on rommisKHjn liousc interest. Volume of trade Wednesday va.s bushels of rye, bushels of flax, snd hunheU of rapesccd. Mitl-.sessicm prices: Flax: Oct. 2 higher 3.20 s'ov. 1 -1'i Wgher 3.1G Dec. 3 higher 3.0H May 3 'A ligher 3.1B ViA. Rapesced Vancouver: Sept. 3 higher 2.57 Nov. 4 ligher 2.50 Jan. 4 higher 2.C1 ViA; March 3 higher 2.59 Hapcsced Tliunder Hay: Oct, 2 li higher 2.49; Nov. 1 ligher 2.47 ft A; Dec. 2 Va high' er 2.41 VzA; May 4 higher Oat.s: Oct. imchareed 700A; Dec. unchanged 79A; May higher 81 July higher 02A. Barley: Oct. hlghr- 1.21 ;B; Dec. Vi higher 1.21 %B; May higher -.2311; July not open. Rye: Oct. -T; 1.15 %B; Dec. I higher J.17B; May higher 1.21 -IfiB; July not open. Grain quotes Wednesday basis Low Close Ocl 320'A 31fi Nov Dec 307Vi 305H May SIGli 314 315 Ftaprsrcil Vancouver Sep Z'MVti t NIJV ZWi 257' i Mar 2Vt'. -j 'A 256 Va Kaposr-cd Tlmntlor Bny Oct 2-111 2-lSTt 2-W Nov 215JA Dec i'Jii11 X39 May 247'% 245'A Oct 79 Doc 70 7ftTi 71) May Bl 81 >fc Jly 81% Oft "121't 121 "i 12Pfe Dec 12LH May 12.) Hyc lin1-, IMU Fowcelto LOOK FOR A ONE FROYATHE PEOPIE INTOUR CHRISTMAS STOCKING THIS YEAR. ITS RE- PWTEPITWil.LDEI.IVER AS MAW AS 10 SHOTS IN LESS THAN IS SECONpp WHICH THEN DEVELOP INTO FULL PHOTOS THE CAMERA Bocf fuhircs WINN'IPKO rcn-l.ivc close WtKlncsday. Stp M.IOA; N'fjv S1.1DN: Jan 31.75N; May volume: Six Irads. 1 pi-ices KOMON'TON (CP) Avcr- lo M a.m. provided Ijy the Alberla Prrxlucers' .Mnrki-tinj: average Wednesday lied Deer: .15.fin, average Wednesday 55.fin. CalRary: .iri.nn, .n v n r a g Wrfhiesilay NT1 I, BVPraRa sri.70. l.loydrninsler: Nil, average Vicdncsd.'iv1 35.2S. (Jrande Prairie: Nil, nverago Wednesday 'I'nlal hogs sold M7. Avcrago SHOP FOREMAN FOR FORD DEALERSHIP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Top wnges, foil company bcnofifl Write fo Box 150, LeHibridge Herald ;