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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wi-dnesdoy, February 9, 1972 THI IETHBRIDG6 HERALD 23 Mlsc.plliin-c.ous Vancouver, Caigary, nil i i D i M i I 'SI I ill OK Montreal j i D iY-.'p plan! sp.c.n for snuUt. Alberta y stria! milk market soug a.m. Oi WESTERN OILS i A fa East Gas 6. (id Oi 9 Five-day Find i BP Oil Gas p Can South Inter Pi GJn Ex Gds Cdn Hornesiri Cdn Pfr P Inii Gtis slump interrupted L Gl Plain', Cdn Oil TORONTO (CP) Prices said the gains were 'hp result of selective h Cdn most major sectors of the Toronto stock market moved fractionally higher, interrupting five consecutive declining followed the drying up of profit taking Tuesday. Among Canadians. Cdn Pete Pan Ocean c Pdrol in active mid-morning to slipped li to S64 and The industrial index Bay Mining al and .04 to 196.68, golds .64 to Goodcriiam at base, metals .14 to 8G.01. declirexl '.i. western oils .96 to the American Slock Ex- w. Volume by 11 a.m. Scurry Rainbow Oil ad- shares, up from Es to Canadian IMDUSTR at the same time declined 'i to One analyst said much of the trading activity was Brc-'.v A C'Jn buying with investors puchas-ing issues which have been over-sold during the Crowsr.ert Ind 2 ram prices F-'elcsn Advances led declines 145 Grain A 117, with 177 issues unchanged. Oil refining, merchandising, industrial mining, steel and communication issues moved moderately higher. Banking, beverage, pipeline and utility stocks edged (CP) prices moved fractionally liigh-er on a light volume of trade at mid-session today on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Other commodities Eav Co Hutl BbV Oi! Toronto ml r (Sini i i ii i I Sf I i Bow Vallev was up previous close prices. a m We, Bushnell to ?9, Gulf volume was .'Hl.nOO; to Patino to of flax, of rye AWtibi 8 Rumac to and Pan ol vapeseed. yiiSmn tO Imperial Oil rose to Mav higher J.fil'i; Falconbridge Copper 1U higher 2.583iA; Oct. I Ben SLUs, TransCanada 2.613iA. 'i to Total Pete 20 Vancouver: March i to 57.00 and Dome Mines Vi lower June "B higher Sep. "i higher Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas not oppn. CAE is to Royal Bank -li Thunder Bay: May Westeel-Rosco ''i to higher 2.38'i: Julv un- cu and Mclnl3're 1 to 2.36B: Oct. and Nov. PRICES cpen. c '.v N MONTREAL (CP) May high-r cSja" s were slightly higher in higher C-'i; Oct. not _ major sectors except banks light trading on the a r 1 e v: May inichangcM stock market July and Oct. not open. The bank index declined .95 May not. open: July 264.83 but industrials were Oct. not VL'.M. C- .70 to 207, utilities .18 to High Lou' Chtse 1B2.40, the composite .43 Ro" 199.74 and papers .14 to 86.91. Mav 251 '2 Z.TK Combined volume on the jiv" 258 257" i Montreal and Canadian 231 259 '.2 exchanges at 11 a.m. Cdri shares, compared 259'i 255 at the same time 2SOri 247 Oil day. Rapid Data rose to Nov Sid Huron. Wajax Ltd. to Tlinnclcr Petroleum to 239Vi 235" Breweries to 236 tems International >A to Bombardier to and fasco to Accer Credit Foncier was down I1, 68's 67" s fill's Laurer.ildB to Hudson Bay Mining 00 s N Smelting to R. L. LDCb E to Bank of Nova to Montreal Trust Vt 1 May lOfl'i if-l'i 109'iv i e and Texaco Canada to 103U (S ,1 1 H DJA Amr T NEW YORK (AP) market prices moved 101 "4 100rM 101 today, with blue chips ini 1 their climb The Dow Jones average of industrials at noon was up at 911.72 on Tuesday, it rose more than 3 i Monlacmerv Imimph sporls recalled Ont. (CP) British Leyland Motors Canada l_ethbridqe livesiock Ltd. said today it is asking own- THE PRINKING SETS DRUNK THAN of 1971 and early-1972 supulirri hv t NON-SMOKER ON THESWE AMOUNT OF LIQUOR. THIS IS THE RESULT OF GTS Mark 111 sports- nirpartmcnl of Agriculture) cars to return them to dealers j for modification to cover a pos- AT RLJ1SERS U. WHERE defect. nf JECTS WERE TESTED ON DRAWING GEOMETRIC SYMBOLS 15 SKOND AFTER SKINS company said that under (lc' some circumstances the rear suspension may damage a brake line. One such case had rices over I n A re.ecrtod iiT.der extreme to 1 1 conditions. BAU.KRINA 1 ill (Denier) Former ballet star MiMiza do tr 1 died I her family said Tiles- FDMONTdX u'i'1 A' THfSTUWSHOtVfO Sic 75. Mrs. PoliakoII. p L In 11 i ds'nghter of a general in ilu- b li M i 1 'i iiiiiK'i'iftl tUi i i i rue Hfosnvf fffecrs OFMCOHOt of singer Vladimir f cm >i 1 i lived in since the Uussian revolution ft I trl 1917. 1l c vt 1 HOSPITAL f f till Hi 0 Ml 1 1 U 1 rsd i Ml. THE HOSPITAL DISTRICT Calgary Auxiliary and in fi 1 i in i Home District No. 7, owns and operates three capacity of 622 tl hi s 1 1 THE POSITION District Administrator, tho senior OKI 1 1! (1 In the organization, rcipomiblc to tho Board for phases of management of Inn district's facilities, l l planning of fulure foci it 05 and THE PERSON A groduale of a recognized program in tal Admin Is trail on vitn several experience cis DH'it'.t senior hospital nxecutive, with proven ability. Must be progressive ond respond positively Ont (LM cna Mini I i c Hoi l u id U st should slotr alary nxprr.lcd, send the Pi senior Koiimhtim eicnt resume1 marked 'Con.fidcn.tio "Soik 1) is In n (host t ihh !i MR. G. HO f msl (iucttoi foi Hi Chairman of The of oi I s n I Calgary Auxiliary i hu i o M n b 1 Nursing Home District No. vuM (In i i p 1 1 iiti 6909 14th Street n 1 nil S it i llu 1 Calgary, telling of Ihc (iret'l; end of i mi: swiiiAirr Slaff Writer KDJIO.NTON Tlie prcn'in- I t it id the dairy 1 to Ur t i 1 (.t for in- consists of establishes a galh- The government lias been re- 1 produce Alberta's >hnro also. rants and IM. if Alho ering station in a central (oca- queued to make grants paid if Alberts lion in the centre of southern low interest loans to producers I wants a viable dairy industry Alberta's irrigation belt. i.. (hn. mUk i llai Industrial milk is any not bottled for consumption as milk producers. II jr J ction in fluid product. H is used u make processed milk product 'make processed miiK prooucis. noi nc 01 dent of i Presently the majority of milk j Hat, said Mr. WooUrey. K production is used for milk consurr-plion. plan is to establish s and to expand pres- The location of the plant will; not be Lelhhridgc or Medicine "1ICC1'S pro- assis- fluid i it would be in a location judi Vav.xhull is centred Mr- Woot- airymen Ui i Jill. JI v l. Jin L .1 in the irrigation area, the key affinr.ativc uhcnj'ie milk- to the proposal. market sharing plan comes of U c 1 Mr. Wooifrey said the irriga- age March lion hell in suiilharn Alberta i He said this :.s a first [or has a comparable advantage i agriculture in the world. Tlie for the production of milk over (j.S. and Australia arc frying I any area in Canada feed (to copy the scheme already. costs on irrigation in the re-------------------- gion are lower than anywhere a" natural for milk pro- CfinKllloH i ducfion." lie said. The princi-1 i pals cl the proposal have al- i ready a p p r o a eh ed Alberta Ill) Agriculture Minister Dr. Hugh _ Imperial, New Jersey, has been explor-' Harner and have received 1 1 esdayling in the' area for several j saicUon for the project, he Appaver.'.ly the scheme has, I been planned to assure Alberta OTTAWA (CP) Prime Mm- j p-v.dudion of industrial milk. 1 ister Trudeau and Senator Rich- Mr. Wooifrey said if Alberta ard Stanbury, president of the 1 can't produce its share of the j Liberal party, announced Tues- markot when the-new federal day establishment of o ''Red milk market sharing plan Carnation Fund" to finance comc-s into effect, the Alberla party activities, share could be taken over by I Donations up to 5500 will be Quebec. j accepted, they said in a prc- in i years and first encountered hy- cycled. 1 la have I Orocarbon in Janusry, 19TO Liberals t t rcwery company TORONTO (CP) Canadian are 1 Breweries Ud. announced here a purchase under which it will gain control of the company that produces Jordan Wines in Ontario and Villa Wines in Brit- ish Columbia. Canadian Breweries and Noah s Torno, president of Gramercy p'mv Holdings Ltd., will purchase the i 30-per-cent interest of Distill- I ers Corp.-Seagrams Ltd. in Gra- 'I mercy Holdings. After the purchase, Canadian Producers will milk market on the pared statement. sharing plan They announced the appoint- ment'of Milt Haris, 44, a To- ronto business executive, as l-o the key to the milk chairman of the fund. sharing' plan, a'lnvdng "All contributions to the fund March 6 to 24. Set quotas across the nation will T I Alicr ine pui T I 65 per i j5reweries will own 75 per cent S i of Gramercy and Mr. Torno H fiUures i (T i Live beef I -34.2513; per cent. The two producing w nerics operate at S'.. Catharines and Jordan. Ont., Gimli. Man., ard New Westminster. B.C. Price of the transaction was not disclosed. producers throughout Canada will conic from individuals, not to produce enoiigh to meet the from business market. M''- Trudeau said. Mr. Wooifrey said Quebec.' The prime minister said the which lias had a market shar- fund is intended to develop "fur- ing plan for a year, produced :incr citizen involvement and ad- more than 90 per cent of its dilional sources of financial sup- issued quota last year. It could port from the rank and MOST PREFER TRAILERS Forty par cent of tiie campers in Ontario's provincial parks in lived in tent-trailers. NW INVESTMENTS LTD, NW EQUITY FUND LTD. NW GROWTH FUND LTD. NW FINANCIAL FUND LTD. For a confidential discussion call or wr I" DICK BATEMAN, 609 10 St. S., Lethbriclge Ph. 327-5137 NATIONAL DEPT. STORES PURCHASES r Canada) j OF PARAMOUNT SHOES CALGARY UNBELIEVABLE BARGAINS IN MEN'S AND WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR LADIES7 Reg. to 9.95 PAIR Reg. to 11.95. PAIR Reg. to 13.95 PAIR KNIT "LOOK" IS IN MEN'S FASHION! D'JDAYS COMING UP? SAVE ON THIS YOUR SUITS FRESH AND WRINKLE FREE j ty' HIGH COLORS 3S CONTINUE CHECK ond SAVE UP TO SNOWMOBILE LOWEST PRICE IN TOWN CANADIAN MADE DRAWSTRING CUFF FRONT ZIPPER NYLON UPPERS ;