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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta W.runrv 4, THf LETHBRIOGI HEKALO 19 Vancouver, C (Supplied by Dolicr LAST III Quolcs) a WESTERN OILS Hugh Rui Almincx 6 i. Dome Mines declined 2 to and Mclntyre Porcupine 1 to SC2. On tha American Stock Exchange, Canadian Javelin at Preston at and Scurry Rainbow Oil at J1G% all declined report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m., about head; mostly replacement cattle and calves and slaughter cows. Trade was active. Slaughter steers and heifers were steady, quality considered; good cows sold under pressure and medium and calmer kinds were steady; bulls were steady. Good to cliDice slaughter steers 33.75 to 34.60, medium 32.50 lo 33.50. Medium bailers 29 to 30.50. Good cows 22.25 to 22.50, medium 21.25 to 2225, canners and cutters 19 to 21.25. Good bulls 25.50 to 27. Replacement cattle were mostly steers v.-eighing from 600 to 850 pounds and slock calves of lietween 450 and 550 pounds. All grades and classes of replacements met fl good demand at steady to strojig prices. Good feeder steers less than 750 pounds 36.50 to 39.30, than 750 pounds 34 to 36.50. Good feeder heifers 30 to 33. Good stock steer calves 33 to 41.50. Good stock heifer calves 33 to 36. Hogs base price to work on lax policy UTTAWA (CP) Patrlc Mahor.ey, newly-appointed mil ister of state, has been assigns to work on a continuing revie of tax policy with finance Mi ister John Turner, the prim minister's office said Thursday Also announced was a miji shuffle of parliamentary secrt taries following last Friday cabinet shuffle. Parliamentar secretaries are MPs assigned 1 assist individual ministers on on occasion speak for them i the Commons. One new parliamentary secre tary was Ian Wa son, IIP for Laprairie, to assis Revenue Minister Herb Gray. Transfers: Judd Buchanan (Londo West) leaves Indian Affair Minister Jean Chretien to wor for Finance Minister Turner. Comtois (Terrp bonne) leaves Communicatjon Minister Robert Slanbury tc work for Defence M 1 n i s t e Edgar Benson. Cullen prt viously with former defend minister Donald Macdonald, fo' lows Mr. Macdonald to the de pailment of energy, mines an resources. Perrault (Bumaby-Sfej mour) follows Bryce Mackase from the labor department t the manpower department. Marcel Prudhomm previously wit former manpower minister Ott Lang, goes to Gerard Pelletier secretary of state. Sulatycky (Rocki previously with for mcr energy minister J. J Greene, goes to Indian Affain Minister Chretien. THE POSSIBILITY OF RESEMER-ATING LIMBS IN MAMMALS-INCLUDING MAN-NOW SEEMS NEARER. MINUTE ELECTRIC CURRENTS APPLIEDTO-SEVERED AREAS IN TESTS ON ANIMALS AT UPSTATE MEDICAL CENTER IN N.Y. HAVE ACTUALLY STIMULATED LIMBS TO AFEWWCHES... y X ty ...SCIENTISTS CANfOW EVENTUAL 7OTM RESfMCMTIW OF HUMAN BUT IT'S STILL limit on oilseed trade price WINNIPEG (CP) Win nipeg Grain Exchange, in an attempt to slow price fluctua tions in daily trading, has reduced the maximum daily lim it on price movement for al flax and rapesced futures to 10 from 15 cents. The new maximum, an nounced today, applies to trad ing in all oilseed contracts authorized by Feb. 1, and fol lows Ihe exchange's reduction in daily trading limits allowed on new crop rapeseed contracts announced last month. In order to give greater flexibility for hedging opportunities, tie exchange will introduce an additional contract month for Thunder Bay rapeseed futures. Starting next Monday, facilities will be available for trading rapeseed contracts deliverable in Thunder Bay during the period Nov. 1-21, 1972. Oilseed futures trading facilities available next Monday are May, July, October, Kov.1-21 and December, 1972 for ftex-seed; March, June, September, November, 1372, and January 1973 for Vancouver rapuseed and May, July, October, Nov. 1-21 and December, 1972, for Thunder Bay FOR SALE SAINFOIN SEED A perenlql forage or paElure eguma that does no cause blonl, Eimilar lo ntfolfa at .406 per Ib. For more information see your district agnculfcrisf or B. Van-dervalk, Box 381, Fort Mac-eod. Phone prices EDMONTON (CP) reports loss OAKLAND, Calif. (CP) -falser Kesources Ltd. had n loss of or 51.53 a share on sales of in 1071, C. Lfie Emerson, president and chief executive officer; announced Thursday. Of the loss, occurred in the first half of the year. Third quarter net ea.u-infrs were on sales of In Uie fourth quarter, reduced production at Kaiser's coal mine at Spanvood. B.C. near the B.C.-Alberla border, resulted in a net loss of The drop in production resulted primarily from a scheduled plant shutdown during and poultry report issued 3y the federal agriculture prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Trading remained generally quiet to ir.id-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today and prices fluctuated narrowly in most commodities. There was a light local and commission house trade in where prices rose about one cent in some mouths, was fractionally higher while rye continue slightly lower. Volume of trade Thursday included bushels of flax, of Vancouver rape-seed, of Thunder Bay rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: May higher 2.GoyjE; Inly higher Oct. ?i lighcr Z.CWe. Rapesced Vancouver: March i lug'ner June higher 2.49B; Sep. Vi higher 2.48. Rapesced Thunder Bay: May mchangcd 2.38' i; July Ingh-r 2.3KsB; Oct. Hi higher .37' Oats: May 's higher illy '.a lower Mi'.liA; Oct. nol pen. Barley: May unchanged .O9'i; July and Oct. not open. Rye: May lower l.OO'.i; uly lower Oct. nol pen. Grain quotes Thursday (basis High Low Close Flax lay 259-k 259 Iv 256-1; 2S6 Oct 2593i 259'i 25914 {ajjescrd Vanrouvor lar 2557i 25714 lin 24814 245ai 24814 ep 2-ma Ilnppseorl Thuinlor Dav lay 236'2 '2M'l Iv Canada Trust Appointment THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY is pleased lo announce lhat Morris Pash-kowich has olncd 1 ieir Real Estate So es staff. Morris is fully qualified o assist you in buying, se -ing or leasing Rea Cs a e a r g e or small. He would 1 Ice lo inv le his many friends, former customers or anyone needing rea estate assis ance lo give nirn n A medium 33; A small 22 B 22; C 6; cracks G. To retailers: A large 54; A medium 50; A small 34 to 36; B 34 to 39; 32; cracks 32. (Two cents ex-ra in To consumers (in A large 59 lo 61; A medium 56; A small 33 to 41. Poultry: To producers; Live No. 1 chicken Broilers, 22; 6 and over, 5 and under 6, 22Vz. Fowl Under 4, 4 to G. Turkey Under 12, 25; 12 (o 18, 25; over 18. 21'S. Live No. 2 chicken Broilers, 19; 6 and over, 5 and under C, 19'.i. Turkey Under 12, 22; 12 lo 10, 22; over 18, SUGAR APPOINTMENT W. A. Da The appointment of W. A, Davles as General Sales Manager of B.C. iugar Refining Company, Limited, Canadian Sugar Factories Limited nd Manitoba Sugar Company Jmiled, is announced by Forrest Rogers, President of Ine Com-lanies. vflr. Davies joined Ihe company In 939 and has had many years of jxperience in the Sales and Mar. te ng departments. 50 15 UNI 115.00 off .19 AVERAGES 65 Slocks 315. 7i up .03 oft .39 Volume cream t MOSCOW fRciilcrl They're sliil selling ice cream in Yakutsk, eastern Siberia, although the Icmperatiire lias dropped to 72 degrees below tile lowest there in 45 years. Yakutsk, popuation is the capilal of a vast region containing some of the chilliest spots on earth. A report in the Soviet newspaper Tnid said the temperature has not been above G7 degrees below ?.ero for Ihc last tno weeks. But il, was business as usual. Tnid reported from the snowbound aulonomous republic capital: "Theatre shows cany on, tilms arc showing according lo program, and they are selling ice cream ill the canteens and cafes." NEW YORK fAPl 72 below more Uian hvo years ago, has mm a reprieve from Uireat-enod evicstion. "The dog definilply said Neil Monlanns, director of aviation for The Port of New York Authority. He said that the Port Authority, i operates tlie airport, Iiad never intended to oust "Uie airport sels life insurance sales record WATERLOO, Ont. (CP) -Tha Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada sold more than Si >illion in life insurance to set -i sales record during 1971, H. Panabaker, executive ice president, said at Ihe ompany's a n nual meeting ere. The net gain in business In orcc dining Ihc year was J9-13 lillion. bringing the total to billion. Dividends lo policyliolders to-lallcri million compared willi million last reach 39-year high TORONTO (CP) failures in Canada reached a 39-year high during 1971, says Uie Dun and Bradslreet credit-reporting agency. A tolal of businesses failed, the largest number sine 1932 and up from 2.2S7 in 1970. Dollar liabilities were also a rceord S327.3 million compared (o S26J.83-J Ihn previous warning in London LONDON (CP) The Canadian liigh commission on Trafa par Square in (lie heart of London evacuated today after officials received a warning that a bomb had been planted in the building. AH e m p 1 o y e e s in Canada House as well as in the adjoining Sun Life Assurance Co of Canada and Royal Rnnk of Can-nda branches gol (lie niominfi off as police searched but found no futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Thursday. Mar. 35.00B; May-34.00B; 33.00B. Wednesday's volume: Kight WAREHOUSEMAN The opnninci is far a Warehouseman with experience in heavy-duty ciicse and hydraulic parts and equipmonl. This poiisioi is with one of Canada's largeil open pil mining operations and is part of a long range Jrogiam. It offers excellent wages, fringe benefits and working cond lions. To apply, ploase send a resume with full Infor-rnalion on your skills and your past employment loi MR. G. N. CROSSFIELD EMPLOYMENT SUPERVISOR KAISER RESOURCES LTD. BOX 2000 SPARWOOD, adopted Hie Inleni.i-tional Arrivals BmldinR at Kennedy Airport as ADMINISTRATOR (DISTRICT) THE HOSPITAL DISTRICT Calgary Auxiliary ond Nuralng Home Dislricl No. 7, owns and operates three Jog prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices lo 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton; 27.90, a v e r a g c j Thursday 28.03. Red Door: 27. M, average j Thursday Calgary: 23.40, average Thursday following item, which appeared in our advertisement on page 14, Thursday, Feb. 3rd, should have read as follows: Eaton's Sanitary Napkins Package of 48 "J of 622 beds. THE POSITION Dislricl Admin sfrator, the senior position in tha organization, responsible fo ihe Board for oil phases of management of lie d slricl's facilities. Including plonning of future facilities and programs. THE PERSON A graduale of a recognized progrom in Hay M 67% Iv 6IHi (1 70 70 70 larlcv lay 109U 109 Iv lOd'i Ocl. Wi IOH'4 109'z live May 10I'4 JOO'i Jly ODVs 9IHn 98's Oct rSospilo! executive, ability. Must be progressive challenges. Applicants should proven admrniifrofive and respond positively to salary expected, tend a 0: Board, Hospital Dislricl No. 7, .W., 2.69 Thursday 28.31. Lloydminstcr: No sales, nv-crogfl Thursday 27.W. j Gniudo Prairie: No sales, average Thursday Tolal hogs sold Thursdny,