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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta &4 - THE UTHBRIOGE HERAID - Thursday, February 1, 1973 GET YOUR BEST DEAL! GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE NEW 72's AND DEMONSTRATORS NEW !972 CAPRI $2989.48 2000 cc 1972 CORTINA 4-dr, sedan, auto. $2713,22 1972 CORTINA 2-dr., auto., 2000 cc. $2620.62 DEMONSTRATORS 1972 GAIAXIE 500 sedan, VS, auto., PS, p.8....... $3751.32 1972 GALAXIE 500 2-dr. hdt., V8, auto., PS, PB, Radi0 .... $3964.35 1972 METEOR R1DEAU 500 2-dr. hdt., factory air, loaded. $4762.57 1972 METEOR MONTCALM Fully powered, V8, auto., PS, pb, radio. $4247.27 QUALITY USED CARS 1972 F1REN?A SL 2000 ce 2-dr., auto., �n IftP 3,000 miles.....8 ~lj7D 1969 DELTA CUSTOM 4-dr. hdt., ps, pb. radio ...... ^>z i 70 1968 METEOR LE MOYNF. 2-dr. hdt. $1397 1968 MERCURY 4-dr. sedan, ps, pb, radio...... 7965 GALAXIE 500 V8, 2-dr. hdt. $4fl3 1965 COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON tflCK ps,pb, radio. ?07J TODAY'S EXTRA SPECIAL 1965 FORD SEDAN $299 Vl TON SPECIALS 1971 Ford. V-8....... 1969 FARGO 1968 FORD . . $2495 $1469 $1594 S3 f:, n...................\_^j�.^jj^. prices up mid-session Miscellancons qnotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied bv Doliorty. JWcCiiaig Limited) LAST Ull) OK PALE TORONTO (CP) - Prices on the Toronto stock market were moderately higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. The industrial index, considered a major indicator of market trends, was up .56 to 223.59, base metals .39 to 97.76 and western oils 1.60 to 289.10. Golds were off .67 to 207.44. Volume by 11 a.m. was 745,-000 shares compared with 851',-000 traded by the same time Wednesday. Among sectors of the market recording gains were oil refining, real estate, trust and loan and beverage stocks while construction and material, food processing, steel and merchandising issues were lower. Advances held a strong lead over declines, 183 to 69, while 195 issues remained unchanged. Consumers Distributing rose 3i to Great Lakes Paper 14 to $22, Gulf Oil si to $37, Imperial Oil 3a to $47% and Leon's Y2 to $Wi. International Utilities A fell 311} to $55, United Fund 25 cents to $4.00, Stelco Vz to $36, Bank of Montreal Vb to $201,4 and Canadian Management 3s to $3. Gibraltar climbed 30 cents to ,$9.85 while Trinity dropped Vi cent to nine cents. MONTREAL (CP) - All sectors except banks advanced in heavy trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 536,900 shares, compared with 557,400 at the same time Wednesday. ' Industrials gained 1.20 to 249.23. the composite .90 ta 234.63. utilities .43 to 161.59 and papers .35 to li'2.10 while banks dropped .44 to 271.47. On the Montreal Stock Exchange. Gulf Oil Canada gained % to $37>-j and Pacific Petroleum Vj to $42Vi while Dominion Bridge dropped lVi> to $32Vj and Steel Canada % to $35Ts. On the Canadian Stock Exchange. Dumont Nickel was unchanged at 46 cents on 38,300 shares. Canadian ownership encouraged CALGARY (CP) - Con ventures Ltd., has sold 65.000 shares in Alberta Natural Gas Co. Ltd., (ANG) to two Canadian financial institutions. President Carl O. Nickle announced Investors Group of Winnipeg has purchased 60,000 ANG shares for its retirement mutual fund and the S.C.N. Foundation of Calgary has bought 5,000 shares. Mr. Nickle said the sale realized $1,430,000 aor $22 a share. It marked a new step in a program begun last October by Conventures to achieve broader Canadian investor participation in ANG. The company owns the Canadian section of the Alberta-California Gas Pipeline project. Conventures purchased 260,000 ANG shares, about 22 per cent of issued capital, in October from Pacific Gas Transmission Co. of San Francisco. This raised Canadian ownership of ANG to 55 per cent from 33 per cent and also led to the company's participation in the Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline consortium. (n:00 a.m. Ouotes) WESTERN OILS AND MINES Alta East Gas 11). �0 Almlnox 7.00 Asamera 13.TO Ashland 15.75 BP Canada 20.25 Brenda Mines �1.60 Can South 7.05 Cdn Ex Gas .1.25 Cdn Homesfd 9.75 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 10.50 Cdn Long Is .35 Cdn Super 56.50 Charter Oils 1.00 Chleftan 17.00 Dome Pete 50.50 Dynasty 9..15 Ft Reliance .15 Giant Mascot J. 05 Granlsle 9.55 Gt Plains 35.75 Gt Cdn Oil S 9. 10 Lochiel 3.40 Lytton Min 2.32 Noble Mines 1.35 North Cdn Oil 7.SO Numac 22.55 Pancdn Pete 17.50 Pan Ocean 16.00 Petrel 1.42 Pinnacle .30 Place Gas .75 Ponder .52 Ranger Scurry Rain Seibens 15.00 Spconer 69 Total 8.95 1.25 Ulster NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market indulged in a brief rally today but its upward momentum lest seme of its steam. Trading was active. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was ahead .23 to 999.25, and gains out numbered losses by seven to five on the New York Stock Exchange. On the American Stock Exchange, the price-change index was up .01 to 25.82. Canadians moved higher on the New York exchange. Mclntyre advanced a point to $50ii and Alcan, Canadian Pacific, Distillers Seagrams, Gen-star Hudson Bay and Massey added fractions. Inco dipped Vs. On the American, Canadian Javelin and Scurry Rainbow firmed while Canadian Marconi declined. (11:00 a.m. Uuotes! 7.75 7.75 K'.75 e.."7lj 13.00 �'1.75 32.75 20.UO 51.50 61.00 17.50 52 00 �!''.75 7.65 9.00 13.00 lr,.r?i. 2.10 2'l.SO 17.CO West Pels 9.87'. W. Decalfa 6.15 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd 18.00 Aquitaine 23.62V BC Sugar Pfd 15.50 Block Bros 3.15 Brinco .5.75 Cdn Brew A 27.25 Cdn Brew B 33.50 Cdn Pacific Inv 27.12' Crestbrook Ind .1.35 Crowsnes! Ind 26.00 Cygnus A Cygnus B Falcon Cor,per f" and AA Tru:,! Gcnstar Heme A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bsv Oil Husky Oil A P!d Hucih Russell Husky Oil Husky Oil B Musky D War Husky E war Inter Prcv Fipe inter Prov Steel Kaiser Rps Lorlaw C Pfd Magnasonic?. Pacific Pel? Poc West Air Rainier inc Royal Trust St. Maurice Cap Sandwclt Tcled/ne West Cdn Seed Vyes'field Min Weston A Pfd White Yukon PIPE LINE Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pfd Alia Nat Car. Inland Nat ! N and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Gaz Metro : Gez M.elro A Trans Cda Pip Tr Cda A Pid Tr Cda B pfd Tr Cda War ! WC Trar.'. WC Trans Wis STOC 3as �:?.25 10.50 1.75 51X0 1.30 J.E0 .1.65 6.35 1.5.1 6-1.00 U.I2'/ llVPJV 73.25 53.00 13.(10 11.75 25.C0 15.87V J. SO 6?.00 .--�:.55 77.87V 11.121 10.75 23.75 S.10 MUTUAL FUNDS All Ccin Corn P..J6 9.25 All Cdn Divi.-t 9.19 10.01 a All Cdn Vent ' and *Sif stems oL^imitcd 1003 4fh Avenue S,, lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 <11:00 a.m. Quotes) fAINES Acme .20 A-Jvocate Asb. 1.36 Akaitcho .59 Bralorne 2.60 Broulan .3d Bethletiem 16.12V Brunswick 4.05 Can. N.W. Land 9.20 Canada Tng. 1.8.5 Cossiar Central Pat. Chirno Conv/ost Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craijmont Dickenson Mines Denison AAines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Dcnalda Discovery Mines East Malartic Falconbridge Frobex First Maritimes Giant Y.K. Granduc Holllnger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Iron Bay I so Joliet Quelx-Kerr Addiso,, Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen R.L. MalarMc G.F. AAartln McNeely Maclntyre Meta Mldrlm Nu West Homes New Athona New Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Northgatt Norlex a.m. Os Pine Point Placrr Dev. P. C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Racliore Rio Algo.ii Roman Corp. Sherritf Gordon 13.37'A' Steep Rock 28.03 3.91 .11 1.05 (11.00 Cable Glendale Grf Cdn Oil Gfn Motors Gdt Lakes Pp Gulf Oil Cda 36' 2 Greyhound 30 1.32 6.65 3.65 .09 .38 6.40 2.20 30.00 .OJVi .49 79.00 .30 .71 2.25 68.00 .31 .40 7.55 3.25 44.00 22.07"; .15V3 3.95 2.65 .26 11.42Vi .22 42.00 2.95 Tek Corp. Texmont Upper Canada Wo'il^rn Mines Wricihl Hargreave^ Willrcy Windfall Yellowknife Bear Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Abilibi Alcan Aigoma Sfeef A.'co Ind Atlantic Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazil i rac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Val Ind CAE Ind Cdn Brew ChemcL'll Col Ceil Calgary Power Coron Credit .041/; C.W.N. Gos Pr.J .62 Cdn Ir.d .73 Cdn Marconi 09V'2 Cdn Vlckers Chrysler CP.P.. Cominco Cons Gas Dlst Seagrams Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pele Dofasco 43.00 .12 .12 9.75 .lOVJ .27 3.85 .46.00 S.85 .28 211.00 Hawker Sid 7.15 Hur & Erie 1J.87'-; Hiram Walker 7.02 Imp Oil .1.35 Imascn .30 Int Nickel 1.66 Int Pipe 2.73 Inv Grn A s SO Ini Util 1.71 Ind Accept .O8V2 Kaps 3.75 Laurentide .07V3 Kelly Doua A Lceb Loilaw A II.371.2 Met Stores 25.00 Massey Fero 1-1.00 McMillan Bice 12.25 W.oore Corp 6.50 Molsonb A 13.37V2 Wiolsons B 44.25 North & Cent 20.50 Power Corp 57.371,1 Price Co 19.25 Rothmans 30.50 St. Law Corp 21.75 Shell CDA �is.00 Simpson's 10.62Vi Simp Sears 6.00 Stesl cf Cda .'..25 Selkirk A 1.75 Texaco 2C.371/2 Traders Grp A I.75 Trans Mln Pp 11.CO Trans Cda Pp 15.'/S Union Gas .i.'?5 Union Oil 13.75 Versatile Mfg w.00 Wttteel 16.75 Union Carb 27.E712 Weston's B 18.00 Woodward's A .'0.00 Zenith Eire 32.511 BANKS i9.12"2 Cdn Imp 9.971/2 Montreal 15.75 Nova Scotia 49.75 Royaf 28.00 Tor-Dom Quotes) 17.50 12.50 9.25 76.75 21.50 37.25 21.50 1.20 32.75 51.75 47.00 29.671/2 i 33.37W 29.50 11.87V2 22.50 19.621/2 10.87', 2 12.371/2 8.00 5.50 5.75 25.00 20.50 28.00 51.37V2 29.75 28.75 11.75 13.50 15.25 17.00 19.00 �8.35 31.00 49.75 36.50 13.87V2 66.25 20.50 23.75 42.00 12.25 21.25 6.37V2 29.00 18.0(1 18.50 29.12V2 2.70 Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) - Receipts to 11 a.m. at the Calgary Public Stockyards show sales of 850 head. Trade was moderately active on steers and heifers and active on cows and replacements. Slaughter steers and heifers sold steady at week's lower level. A large percentage cf the two-way steers and heifers were returned to the country as replacements. Cows continued to be mainly in the lower grades with all grades selling steady. Bulls were steady. Steers Al and 2 39 to 40, A3 33 to 39. Heifers Al and 2 35.50 to 36.50, A3 34 to 35.25. Cows Dt and 2 25.50 to 27, D3 24 to 25, D4 20.50 to 23.75. Good bulls 29 to 32. Replacement cattle were mostly fleshy, shortkeep steers and heifers weighing 300 to 1,-OCO pounds, and heifers in the 750 to 900 pounds weight range, selling steady to both local and export orders. A few replacement steers weighing under 750 pounds sold from 42 to 48. Stock calves were scarce. Good feeder steers over 750 pounds 38 to 43. Good feeder heifers 34 to 37. Good stock and feeder cows 23 to 28 with the odd sale higher. Good stock heifer calves 400 to 550 pounds 38 to 42. Hogs fob Calgary to 11 a.m. Average base price 42,85. DEATHS 31.121/2 20.62V2 36.62V2 34.37'/2 33.00 New York slocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Cana'Ja) T Amr T and T 52.75 Sears Anaconda 20.371/2 X-Ron Beth Steel 28.00 Texas Gulf Chrysler 39.00 Texas Co Comsat 56.25 Wickes Ccrp Dupont 175.37V2 Woolwcrrh GM 77.50 Westincjliouse Gulf 27.25 U.S. Steel Int Harvester 33.50 Gen Tel Elec 23.75 Kenn Copper 25.12V2 TORONTO AVERAGES up .34 .48 .16 Montgomery Ward 24.12V2 20 Indus! 223.70 up .67 114.75 20 Golds 218.--15 95.37V2 10 Base Met 97.83 up 121.50 15 W Oils 268.66 up 1 41.75 Volume 1,340,000 27]37'/2NEW Y�RK AVERAGES Elec 4o!oo 30 Indust 999.25 up .23 31.00 20 Rails 207.79 up .66 15 Utilities 114.26 up .44 65 Stocks 315.80 up .48 Volume 8,790,000 Government discuss *ers EDMONTON (CP) - The Al-Derta government has held discussions with oil producers in the province about the possibility of voluntary restraints on exports that would guarantee Canadian supply. Bill Dickie, minister of mines and minerals, met with 1.7 oil- restraints federal and inter-governmental affairs, said a voluntary restraint syste mcould assure Canadian supply while also allowing f o r major exports to the U.S. In his letter, Mr. Dickie said: "Officials of our government have recently had consultation company representatives last j with federal Energy Minister Friday and said he expects to j Don Macdonaid and officials of get their reaction today. i the federal government con- In a letter to the companies. : eerning future supply and de-Mr. Dickie said there are three | mand oE' Canadian crude oil. alternatives facing Alberta pro- j M'1- Macdonaid expressed conduces in the face of rising do- ! ccv" whether Canadian refiners mestic demand plus increasing \ would receive all their reqiure-United States demand for Cana-; ment� lh'- event �f a rapidly dian oil. j exnanchng demand." - Voluntary action bv in- | Mr. Dickie said oil producers dustry, with guidance from' the j realize t li e possibility of con-National Energy Board (NEB) \trok- a r. d "would much prefer and the Alberta Energy Re-! t� llav'e a voluntary system." sources Conservation Board!-- (AERCB). - Action by the federal government through the NEB in consultation with the AERCB. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG. (CP) - Oilseed futures continued to plunge on moderate trad ing at mid-session on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange today. For t!he third consecutive day rapeseed futures were trading at or near the maximum 10 cents below previous close levels. Flax was also on a weaker trend with prices three to five cents lower as buying interest remained out of the oilseeds market. The weakening trend has also spread to the feed grains with oats, barley and rye all fractionally lower on light trading. Wednesday's volume of trade was 552,000 bushels of flax, 1,-578,000 of rye and 3,153,000 of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May 5 lower 4.743,4; July 4=i lower 4.52',4b; Oct. 4% lower 4.41A; Nov. 3 lower 4.19A. Rapeseed Vancouver: March 8 lower 3.93%A; June 9V4. lower 3.73%A; Sep. 10 lower 3.66A; Nov. 10 lower 3.39A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 10 lower 3.45%A; July 10 lower S.SO'M; Oct. 10 lower 3.35^; Nov. not open. Oats: May Vi lower 1M5%B; July Ve lower 1.14%A; Oct. V4 higher 1.06A; Dec. not open. Barley: May % lower 1.51%A; July s/a lower l.Sl^A; Oct. PA lower 1.47; Dec. not open. Rye: May % lower 1.73A; July % lower 1.61 %B; Oct % lower 1.54%B; Dec. not open. Grain quotes Wednesday (basis Lakehead): Be'cf futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live � Possible other action by the | beef futures close Wednesday. Alberta government. FEAR CUT IN EXPORTS Alberta is fearful that growing concern over the ability of Western Canada to meet both domestic and foreign needs could result in an NEB order that would reduce exports to the U.S. Mr. Dickie said in an interview that February may be the first month in Alberta's history that there are more consumers for the province's oil than it can supply. Mr. Dickie said Alberta "definitely" does not want the federal government to impose legislative oil-export controls. He and Don Getty, minister �/t Mar - 42.00N; May - 42.25A; Jly - 41.00A; Sep - 40.00N. Tuesday's volume: 15 contracts. High Flax May 484 Jly 461 Oct 447 nov- 422 Low Close 478 450% 445 402 Rapeseed Vancouver Jan 427 415 Mar 405% 401% Jun - - Sep - - Nov - - 479% 457 445% 422 415 401% 383 376 349 Rfjieseed Thunder Bay May Jly Oct Nov Oals May Jly Oct Dec 116 11.4% Barley May Jly Oct Dec Rye May Jly Oct Dec 152% 152 149 179 165% 156% U4Vi 113% 151% 151% 148 172% .160 155% 355% 319% 345% 335% 115% 114% 105% ,W0% 152V4 151% mVi 150 173% 162% 155% 155% 8~ FOREMAN - PRODUCTION WORKERS - f?!?yj$TR!AL ENGINEER Major manufacturer of Mobile Homes Is presently Interviewing applicants for the above positions. Experience in one wr more phases of production in this industry a definits asset. Please apply in v/riting to: MODULINK INDUSTRIES ALBERTA LIMITED RED DEER INDUSTRIAL AIRPORT P.O. BOX 5000 RED DEER, ALBERTA TN4-5LG STURTEVANT - Passed away suddenly in New Dayton, Miss Marilyn lone Sturtevant at the age of 21 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Sturtevant of Foremost. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Walter Schoepp officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Archm ount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. CG995 FARSTAD - Passed away suddenly in Calgary, on Tuesday, January 30th, 1973, Mrs. Ruth Huldah Farstad at the age of 61 years of 2418 11th Avenue A. S. Bom in North Dakota the late Mrs. Farstad moved to Calgary in 1913 and after residing in several Central Alberta areas she moved to Leth-bridge in 1949 and to Calgary in 1961. She was predeceased by her first husband, Mr. Fred Armstrong in 1945 and by her second husband, Mr. Aksel Farstad in 1959. She is survived by one son. Mr. Donald Armstrong of Lelhbridge; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Jensen of Air-drie, Mrs. G. (Edith) Williams of Duncan, B.C.: 10 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. W. (Vira) Fialia of Calgary, two brothers, C. O. Merriman of Lethbridge and Lome Merriman of Los Angeles. The funeral service wili be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. in McKillop United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Mountain V i e w Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6998 MOORE - Joseph Richard of Cardston, passed away on Wednesday, January 31, 1973. at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Adel-ia Workman Moore. Mr. Moore was born in Woolford, Idaho and came to Canada in 1907 settling at Gleichan, where he farmed. He moved to Bea-zer in 1917, to Champion in 1922 and to Cardston in 1952, where he lived at the time of his passing. He was married to Adel'ia B. Workman in Cardston in 1524. He leaves to mourn his passing four daughters, Mrs. Keat (Mary) Butler of Clares-holm, Mrs. Verl (May) Brand-ham, and Mrs. Edward (Blanche) Hansen both of Cardston and Mrs. Eldon (Rosanna) Paxman of Calgai-y; two sons, Joe of Sacramento, Calif., and Dean of Calgary; 25 grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Pel-la Smith of Cardston anl Mrs. Rosanna White of Rexburg, Idaho. He was predeceased by his wife Adelia in 1957 and a son, Alvin in May 1971. Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 2, 1973, at 1:00 p.m. in the Alberta Stake Chapel with Elder Glen Cameron conducting. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12:00 noon until pi*ior to the service at the Church. CHRIS-TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fa-neral Service. C6999 Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 42.70, average Wednesday 43.69. Red Deer: 43.10, average Wednesday 44.14. Calgary: 42.85, a v e r a ge Wednesday 43.76. Lethbridge: Nil, average Wednesday 43.55. Lloydminster: Nil, average Wednesday 43.50. Fort Maclaod: Nil, average Wednesday 43.60. Grande Prairie: Nil, average Wednesday 43.56. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 967, total hogs sold Wednesday 5,295, average 43.78, total sows sold 10, average 27.35. DEATH SIMPSON - William, passed away in Cardston on Wednesday, January 31, 1973, at the age of 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Muriel Simpson of Cardston. Mr. Simpson was born in Stanford, Montana and came to Canada in 1905 in a covered wagon with his family and settled at Boundary Creek, where he ranched for 64 years. He retired in the fall of 1969 and moved into Cardston. Mr. Moore spent many pleasurable hours at his favorite hobbies of fishing and hunting. He leaves to mourn his passing, besides his loving wife Muriel, two sons, Robert and Lloyd both of Cardston; four sisters', Mrs. Janet Cooper, Mrs. Elizabeth Green, and Mrs. Christina Arndt all of Cardston and Mrs. Agnes Brown of Turin; three brothers, Thomas of Cardston, and James and David both of Pincher Creek. He was predeceased by one brother and one sister. Funeral services will be held Friday, February 2, 1973, at 2:00 p.m. in the Cardston United Church, with Rev. C. H. Carno-chan officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects at the Christensen Funeral Home at Cardston from 1:00 p.m. until prior to the service. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7000 CARDS OF THANKS HILLMER - I would sincerely like to thank all those who visited me, sent get-well wishes ar.d flowers. 1 would especially like to thank ray doctor and the nurses on Third Main, St. Michael's Hospital, -Barbara Hillmer. 6442 KOOP - On behalf of our beloved husband, father, grandfather ard great - grandfather, who passed away in Coaldale on Saturday, January 13, 1973, we wish to express our thanks to the doctors and the hospital staff for their care and kindness during his confinement there; to Rev. H. P. Nikkei and Rev. Peter Doerksen for their kind words of comfort; to the quartet and the organist for their contribution to the service; to Martin Bras. Funeral Home for their wonderful service, and to our many friends and relatives who expressed their sympathy by calling and sending flowers and cards. Sincere thanks also to our friends acd relatives who arranged and served lunch. We are very grateful to all who helped in any way during our' recent bereavement. May you all be greatly rewarded. -Maria Koop and family. 6426 CIMOLIM - We would like to say thank you to everyone for then- kindness during our recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to the doctor, nurses and staff of the Michel District Hospital, to all the friends and relatives who visited Vera, sent flowers, gifts and cards while she was a patient there. To all those who donated to the Cancer Society, sent flowers, food and cards at the time of her passing. To the pallbearers; to Reverend Charlotte McLean and Father Smith for the lovely service and to John Salus for his kindness. Also to the Ladies Curling Club and foe firemen and wives who put on such a lovely luncheon. To anyone else who contributed in any way at all, thank you. We shall always remember your kindness. -Cookie, Gene and Carl Cim-olini; Mr. and Mrs. L. Troyanek; Vi and Ted Kryczka; Bess and Slim Edwards. 644 IN MEMORIAM LUCAS -- In loving memory of our dear aunt, Mrs. Laura Lucas, who passed away February 1, 1957. She lived in life for those she loved, And those she loved remember. -Lovingly remembered by Margaret. Johnny and girls. 6424 Named Salesman of the Month Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased to announce that Louis Uarock has achieved the honor of "SALESMAN OF THE MONTH' for January, 1973. Louis has bad a wealth of experience in the sales field in the automobile industry. He welcomes his many friends and customers to come in anrt see the new 1973 oars and trucks. As an e x p erienced transportation expert his advice to you is - Deal with Beny - You'll BENYfit. BENY LOUIS LAROCK CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT PHONE 328-1101 ;