Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
WedniirJoy, Ftonjary 53, 1972 THE IFTHtRIDOt HFHAID quotations Vancouver, Calgary plants in by Dohcrty, McCuaig Limited) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quolcs) a.m. Quotes! a m. Guolei) WESTERN OILS Hugh Russell u 23 Mulual Ac 5-8J i. Almlnex 5 !S Oil u.OQ Mutual Gr F 5.14 5. Altfl East Gfli 5.85 Husky Oil B Nal Res 7 !0 7 Asamera 19.37VJ Husky Oil War 6.05 N W Fin in 5-Ashland 14.00 Inter Prov Pipft 16.00 N W Gr 6.15 4. BP Oil Gal 5 65 mier Prov Sleel 9.67V, Principal Gr 5. Can South 5.65 Kaiser Res 3.90 Roylund 6.30 6. Cdn Ex Gas 3.55 MGF 3.75 Temp Gr 6 39 6 Cdn Homesld B.20 Pacific Pete 31.13W United Ac 5.iO 5. Cdn Homesld B.20 Rain er 6.LW Universal Suv B.OB fl. Cdn Home PFd 16.12'A Tcledyno 5.12'A Univest 5.73 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 10.55 Wos) CcJn Seed 5.63 Vi Vanguard Cdn Long Is .56 while Yukon 11.75 VANCOUVER Cdn Super 40.75 CALGARY MINES Charter 5-10 _50 Anuk .78 Chieflan Barons Oil .05 Arctic Mining .11 Dome Pela 30.75 Madison .11 Alias Explor .35 Gl Plains 29.00 Cont .02 Belli Norse 1.35 Gl Cdn Oil 5.05 VVP1 Warner 52 Drenda -1.80 Lochiel 1-53 PIPELINE STOCKS Churchill Copper .75 Norlh Cdn OH 6.dO AMa Gas Tr L A 55.35 Croyuon .14 Numac 1-1. 50 Alia Gas Tr L Pld 80.00 Dolly Varden .3-1 Pan Cdn PelC 15.75 Alia Nol Gas 7225 Dynasly 740 Pan Ocean 12.50 inland Nal Gas Forl Reliance .a Pe'rcl 1.30 N and C Gas H.25 Giant Mascol 4.60 P'niacle .ID N and C B Pfd 30.00 Granule S.35 Place Gas 1.10 Pacific Gas Trans 13.50 Karnlcrops Copper .10 Ponder .68 GBZ Melro 6.00 Lornex B J5 Ranger 19.00 Gfii Mclro Pfd A 70.00 Lyllon Mineral! 1.98 Scurry Rain 17.15 jr Cdn P 41.00 Primer .12 Spooner 1.06 TV cdn P Pfd B 41.50 Pyramid .33 Seibcns 9-10 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 75.75 Silver Slandard 1 32 Tolal 6.55 Tr Cdn P War H.S2Va Texmont .47 Ulsler 1.61 Trans 30.25 .33 W Decalla 6.40 WC War 10.50 Valley Copper B.75 West Pete MUTUAL FUNDS W Res .07 MISCELLANEOUS Gl Pacil C 5.03 S.J9 INDUSTRIALS INDUSTRIES All Cdn Com B.65 v.43 Block Bros Aqufllaine All Cdn Dlvld 9.63 1052 B.C. Sugar 20.00 Qrinco All Cdn Vert 4.0? -J 39 B C Sucar Pfd 1600 Cdn A 31.00 Amr Or F 6.70 7.45 Capt Inter 6.37 Cdn Brew B 3B.50 AGF Special Crcslbrook F Ind 4.E5 Cdn Pacific Inv Cdn Invesl F 5.04 5.55 Key Induil Crowsnesl Ind 27.50 Ccl Mulual t 55 6.75 Hys 3 10 Cygnus A 6.35 Cmnw Inler 14.29 15.70 Interior Brew ge Potato processing plants e Taber and Vauxhall will slg conlracls to fill an order fo pounds of granu lated potatoes in the near fu ture. An announcement from tht federal minister of agricul lure's office Tuesdav govt. co I lhat Vauxhall Foods' Ltd. wl i supply 1.5 million pounds o processed potatoes. Sun-Alta Polalo Processor Ltd. in Taber will supply on million pounds. 1 The value of the processe potatoes from southern Albert is about 1 Vauxhall Foods has been shut f down since early January and recently Sun-Alla announced it s will cease operation after this E processing season. Mr. Pudwell said he hoped J the order would affect the shul 5 downs in bolh locations. Andy Anderson, manager ol r Vauxhall Foods, said he re-r ceived notification of the ten-e der acceptance Tuesday, 'we are happy to get it." He said he could not comment on the situation until the plans were finalized. He added 3 that the company was now starting to work on the neccs-i sary steps lo pack the order. Joe Nicholson, manager of Sun-Alta, said he would be able to assess Ihe situation after all the details were in billions TORONTO (CP) A natural gas pipeline from the Arctic islands to southern markets probably will be built across the Canadian shield to Toronto or Montreal, Charles Hetherington, president of Panarclic Oils Lid. of Calgary, said Monday. Mr. Hclhcrington said the pipeline will be to 2700 miles long and cost several billion dollars. He told the Toronto Board ot Trade a similar expenditure will be needed in the event of major oil discoveries in the Arctic islands. "It does not lake any great Imagination to sec that Panarc-tics future and that of Eastern Canada, cannot help but he said. Panarctic is a consortium of Ihe federal government and private companies. A gas pipeline to Toronto or Montreal would take two to iliree years (o build and would lave a capability of carrying three billion cubic feet of gas a day, he said. It would be at least 48 inches in Gold stoc while oth TORONTO (CP) Gold s sues on the Toronto slock mar ket edged fractionally lower wliile prices in other sectors continued their upward trend ii moderate mid-morning Iradini today. The industrial index was M to 200.89. base metals .24 to 8B.41 and western oils .56 tc 214.97. Golds were down .18 to drop ters rise Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with 030, (MX at the same time Tuesday. Banking, communication merchandising, beverage am paper and forest issues poslec moderate advances Chemical oil refining, real estate, slec and food processing s t o c fc t moved lower. Eledrohome was up 114 tc Texas Gulf Sulphur lo Place.- ''-i to S32, Ranger :IB lo Slater-Walker to and Home A to Canadian Tire A rose "i Ic S39V4, Canadian Imperial Bank to Na-Churs tc International Utilities 114 to and Pan Ocean 14 to Hudson Bay Mining slipped to Bell to Stelco 14 to Bank of Montreal 14 to Imperial Oil !i (o and Canadian Superior Oil to INDUSTRIALS UP MONTREAL (CP) Prices stayed put in most sectors on the Montreal stock market loday, registering only minor moves. Industrials rose .09 to 201 20, banks I lo 270.96 and papers .00 lo 90.71 while utilities lost .37 lo ICC. 02, the composite .05 lo C o ni b i n e d volume on the Montreal and Canadian slock exchanges at lla.m. was shares, compared with at the same lime Tuesday International Utilities gained to 550, Husky Oil to Canada Cement Lafarge H to and Rothmans 14 to Credit Fonder lost 1 to MLW Worthington to Asbestos Corp. Mi to and Financial Collection Agencies Vz lo MODERATE TRADE MEW YORK (AP) Buoyed by favorable economic news, the stock market today overcame mild profit-taking pressure. Trade was moderately active. The noon Dow Jones average of 39 industrials was up 2.40 at 015. 86. Advances led declines on the New York Stock Exchange 3 to 2. Dome Mines rose to among Canadians. Mclntyre Porcupine and Distillers Seagrams were up 14, at S73 and ?35Vz, respectively. Granby Mining. was ahead Ii at 51315. International Nickel was down -IB at On the American Slock Exchange, Scurry Rainbow Oil was up at Canadian .Javeline was ahead Ii at and Preston Vt at HIGH BUT NOT Doug Martin finds pipe-climbing agility is a definite asset since a land-levelling project loft the water pump high in air on properly at South Fort George in Central British pound million dolla commitment by Canada to th World Food Program. The po latoes will be used in India an Bangladesh. Apparently Ihe rest of the or der 1.5 million pounds will b filled by a Carnation Food Ltd. potato processing plant ii Manitoba. The order for southern A] berta will mean 17 millio pounds of fresh potatoes m. be directed lo the countries r the form of granulated product Harvey Pudwell, afssistan deputy minister of agriculgur said he would like lo think Hie order will have some effect o the economy of the plants. Joe Nicholson, manager o Sun-Alta, said granulated po tato processors will be gralelu for the order. "Although the order will bushcls oJ flax, of Vancouver rapeseed, of T h 11 n d e i Bay rapcsecd am of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: May unchanged 2. CCA; July unchanged 2.63, Oct. unchanged 2.67A' Nov. not open. Rapeseed Vancouver: March lower June higher Sep. "i higher 2.47-ljA; Nov. not open. Raxseed Thunder Bay: May lower 2.31'jB; July un changed Ort. and Nov not open. Oats: May unchanged July and Oct. no! open. Barley: May unchanged .July Vi higher 1.09 ViB Ort. not open. Rye: May higher July Ve higher SM'.iA-' Oct. no open. Grain quolcs Tuesday (basis High Low Close Flax May 2fi9 2M''s 258 Jly 2037i 262 2C3 Oct ZOO 2G7 Nov 265 Ilapcsocd Vancouver Mar 2.52 250 Jun 251 2-NJ-li Sep 247'z Nov 249 Ilnpcsml Thunder Rav May ZH 234'4 Jly 234 234Y4 Oct 33914 Nov 210 Oats May 68y4 60'i Oct scheme urged OTTAWA (CP) United States delegates to a five-day meeting of the Canada-U.S. interparliamentary group urged consideration of an American common market and made representations concerning Canada's foreign-ownersliip policy. An official communique issued Monday said Canada and the U.S. should consider what trade realignments might be called for as a result of Britain's joining he European Economic Community. "This might take the form ol similar common market arrangements within North America, or between all Americas, accompanied by a development of their trade potential with Pacific Rim Markets." The communique says "the Canadian delegation observed lhat while such solutions obviously merited some alien n, .heir possible political implica-.ions were likely to cause certain alarm among Canadian public opinion, and tliat the )resent climate suggested that liis matter be approached with he utmost caution and discretion." On foreign-ownership policy. "U.S. delegates expressed hope hat Canadian legislation would not have a discriminatory character which would cause resent-ment in the U.S. and affi'.ned hat they respected absolutely the right of the Canadian government to take any decisions which they wished to affecting the terms and conditions for investment by non-residents in Canada." The interparliamentary consists of Congressmen from major U.S. parties and itPs and Senators from all major Canadian political parties. Their meetings ended Copper Corp nvesl 6.05 6.61 Pacilic W Air 14.50 Genslar 15.62Vg Corp In SI P 5.15 5.62 Slampede (nil Res -95 Home A Dreyfus F US. 12.9A 14 20 Home B 34.50 Gr In Shares 3.95 O4 OILS Mud' Bay Co 19. Gr Equity 7.21 7.92 Albany Oils .48 Hud Bay Oil 43.00 Invest Gr F 12.03 Plains Pete .27 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 52.50 Invest Mulual 5.77 6.31 We5l Explor .16 Toronto mines, industrials (Sapplicd By Richardson Secnrilies ot Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quolesl a.m. Quoiesi a.m. Quolesl MINES Norlex Dome Pet% 20.12', Acme OsisKo Dolasco 27.25 AdvocalB Asb. 1 71 Pine Point 29.25 Cable 18.00 Akailcho Placer Dev. 32.00 Fd ol Amer 71.00 Bralorne 2.70 P.C. Exp. 300 Gl Cdn Oil 5.05 Broulan .25 Quebec Man .11 Gon Motors 77.50 Bethlehem 19.25 Rayrock 1.3) Gl Lakc-s PR 1S.OO 3.10 Radioro .75 Gulf Oil Cda 5850 Cansdri Tung 1 50 Rio Algom 16.25 Greyliound IB. 50 Cassiar 19.25 Roman Corn 6.40 Hawker Sid 2.75 Central Pat. l.FO Sherrilt Gordon 15.00 Huron, Erie 3000 Chimo 1.1P Sliver Miller Hiram B.10 Sleep Rock 3.24 Oil 3) Cnns Rambler 1.65 Tek Corn. 4.EQ Imasca 2? 75 Coin Lake .05 Texmont Inl Nickel 32.25 Cochcnour .34 Upper Canada 1.98 inl Pipe 33.00 Crainmonl Western M nes 2.93 Inv Op A 10.87 Dickunsoti Mine 1.15 Wright Hargreaves 1.15 Int Ulililies 50.00 Denison Mines J6 50 Willroy Indust Accepl 70 67 'A Deer Horn .04 Windfall .09 Laurent ide 12.50 D'Eldona .-18 Yellowknlfe Bear 4.35 Kelly Doug A 6.0G Dsme Mines 44.25 Zenmac -OS Loeb 3.B5 Donalda 07 INDUSTRIALS Loblaw A 6.12V Discovery .74 Abltlbi Stores 17.00 East Malarlic 1.25 Alcan Massey Ferg 13.67V East Sullivan 2.90 Alooma Steel 'M.75 McMillan Bloo 27.25 Falccnbrldge 82 6VA Alco Ind 11. ?5 Moore Corp 75 Frobex .33 Allan Sugar 7.00 Mo'sons A 2300 First rVerillmES .75 Agra Ind 12.00 Molsois D 22.50 Gient Y.K. 7.00 Bell Tc 00 Norlh, Cent 14.37'A Eovis 2.20 Brazil Tree 21.87Vi Power Corp 800 Granduc A.60 B.C. Te 6100 Price Co Headway R.L. 7.00 Burns 14.75 Rothmans 3100 Holllnger 39.50 B.C. Foreit 24.75 si Lew Corp 71 (W Hudson Bay M-S 21.13'A B.C. Sugar 20.00 Shell CDA 34.75 Hydra Ex. .19 Bow Valley 28. 37W Simpson's 25 62Vfc Iron Bey 365 CAE Ind A fl7Vz Simp Sears 33.75 Iso 1.37 Cdn Brrw Sleel ol Can 31 12V; Joliel Quebec Che-mce 5.25 Selkirk A 19. 55 Kerr Addison fl.ffl Ccl Cellu osa 3.75 Texaco 44.50 Key Anacon .2A Cal Power 26.50 Traders Gp A 17 E7Vi Labrador 38.00 Ccron Cred 1.25 Trans Mln Pp 2-110 Lake Gficrp 2.70 C.W.N. Gas 11 Trans Con Pp 00 Lanois Silver .03 Cdn Indusl 15.25 Union Gas U 00 Madsen R.L. .64 Canada S S Union Oil J] 00 AAalarlic G.F. .70 Cdn Marcon 3 r5 Versali'e W.fg Martin McNcHy .0? Cdn Vickers 11.15 WesJeel 21 12V: Maclnlyre 71 50 Chrysler 33.25 Union Car 1625 Mela .12 CPR 14.75 Wcslon's B Ifi.lTVz Mldrlm Comlnco 25.B7Vi Woodward's A 2B 25 Intern Mogul 11. DO Cons Balh Wesl Cdn Sd 5 62 New Wesl Home 9.75 Cons Gas 19.50 7pnilh Elec 2.J5 New A-ihona Cdn. W.N. Gas ?a.50 BANKS N-3W Calumet Dist 3335 Can Imperial 297? W. Horse Copper 205 Dom Bridge 1-'- 25 Mcnlresl 221ZVi Mnr.nri. H7 lilt. Domlar 13.75 NOV3 SCOlla MUI onuo 11. u a pom Textile Royal 33 ro NorthgalB 5.35 Dom Stores 15.75 Tor-Dom 34.75 Neiv York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Smirilies of Canada) Amr T and T -14.25 Monlgomery Ward 3fl.50 20 Golds 17427 off 13 Anaconda 18.37VJ Sears 1D6.00 10 Base Mel up 35 Rein Sleel Texas Gulf 120.37V2 15 W Oils 21515 up 75 Chrysler 33.6216 Texas Co 32.75 Volume Comsat 68.75 Wickes Corp -J7.37ViNEW YORK AVERAGES 160.75 Woolwoflh 30 Indusl 915 B6 up 240 GM "-50 Westinqhouse Elcc 43.50 20 Rails 25615 up 57 GUlf 26.75 US. Steel 31.87V? 15 Utilities 11279 UC nl Harvester 29.B7V3 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 SfockE 31757 UD Kenn Copper 26.37W 20 Indust 201.15 up .66 Volume discovers new gas well in far north CALGARY (CP) Discovery of natural gas and conden-saie in a wildcat well 45 miles north of Inuvik, N.W.T., was announced today by Gull Oil Canada Lid. The find occurred below feet, the company said, but completion of the well to feet and additional drilling in Ibe area is necessary to evaluate the discovery. The well, Gulf-Mobil Parsons Lake K-09, is a 1.25 million acre lease held 75 per cent bv Gulf and 25 per cent by Mobil Oil Canada. Gulf ran a 90-minute, open-hole lest on the well but did not disclose further report Leth bridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 120 cattle. Most of the cattle on offer were slaughter cattle. Trade active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting good demanc at strong prices. Good and low choice butcher heifers generally steady. Choice steers 34.50 to 35.20. Choice heifers 31.20 to 32. Medium cows 20 lo 22. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday Lethbridge 29.35 to 29.45 base price. Good Iambs 25. One load of hogs sold for export price converted to 23.45 liveweight. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m about head; mostly slaughter steers and cows. Trade was moderate on steers and active on cows. Slaughter steers were fairly steady to 25 cents lower; heifers were in short supply at steady prices; cows met a keen demand, particularly among earners and cutters, with prices to higher. Bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 34 25 to 34.80, good 33.50 to 3125, medium 32.50 to 33.50. Choice heifers 32 to 32.70, good 30.75 lo 32, medium 29 to 30.75. Good rows 24.25 to 25, medium 23.25 to 24.25, canners and cutlers 20 to 23.25. Good bulls 26 to 27.50. Replacement cattle were sczrce with most of the offering short-keep steers of between 800 and pounds selling at steady prices. No stock c.'lves were offered. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 34 to 36.60. Good feeder heifers 30 to 32.30. Good slofk and feeder cows 21 to 25.10. Hogs base price 29.15. Lambs were 50 higher Tuesday with good kinds earnings By THE CANADIAN 1'fiESS ATCO Industries Ltd., nine months ended Dec. 31: 58 cents a share; 1970, 30 cents. Cygnus Coi-p. Lid., year ended Dec. 31: 1971, 11 cen'.s a share; Husky Oil Ltd., vear ended Dec. 31: 1971, million, SI. 09 a share; 1970, J5.26 million, 49 cents. Kaps Transport Lid., six months Dec. 31: 1971, 27 cents a share; 1970, 19 C2r.ts. Molson Ltd., nine months ended Dee. 31: 1971, S13.8 million, a share; 1970, million, Allert, fake Jaiizeii shareholders' meeting the Coaldale Community o s p i t a 1 Association Ltd. ected Henry Allert and Jake for three-year terms. Jacob J. Janz was elected as ternate for a one-year term. Others on the board are eorge B. Schmidt, chairman; ohn F. Dyck, John J. Dueck, 'eler J. Langemann and Peter egier. Hospital administrator 1 s rank F. Wiens. Mr. Allert hjs served on the ward for about 15 years. There are 236 stores and tout 156 shareholders. Rev. Albert of the Coakkle United Church spoke on similarities between the c lurch and the hospitals. Heart transplants performed in hospitals today compare with heart transformations with which the church is concerned. lie said. Blood transfusions were seen by Mr. Ba'treo to jarallcl the reference to the 3looU of Jesus. Mr. Baldco slid he believed n the "healing power of God hrough prayer." He lold UK ja'hcring h? was a shareholder just as much as they were because he administered to the snirilual needs of those in tire wspital. Taking excerpts from Mark, ampler 2, Mr. Baldco said Ihe men that had taken the sick nan lo Jesus, believing ho vould be healed, were enrblers. 'hey opened up the roof and ct the sick man in and Jesus ealed him. Just so the share- i nldcrs were enahlers. They vcrc helping others lo bo f ealed Uirough doctors, and by roviding facilities for Lhc sick o Ircatcd. futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live jeef futures close Tuesday. Mar 35.25; May 34.10B; fly Barley May in.l ]09'.i Jly 109'i ]09 Oct 10914 Ryo May 973i Wi 973i I Iv 94ns 933i 943s Del sysh without "uncovering" a n y-thing. He also questioned the need for strictness and discipline in urged "Why has the need for punishment occupied such an important place in an institution supposedly devoted to child should lobby for a mblic kindergarten system ant or more spending on elementary education, H. G. Hedges of Niagara, Onl., said here. Mr. Hedges told tire Northeast Alberta Teachers' Convention that the three years proceeding the start of school are crucial and all children should IP. exposed to educational experiences at that time. He is a development officer or the Niagara Cenlre of the )ntario Institute for the Stud es in Fjduc.iiion. The only major problem with tie tradilional system o ;rades in schools, he said, was hat it doesn't work. Mr. Hedges said this svstem "holds hack the bright students mid frustrates the slow ones." It was concerned course con e.nl, rather than sludciv needs and covered the Radio-Te'evision Commission The Canadian Radio-Televisian Commission will hold D Public Hearing at the Skyline Holel, Ollawa, Onl. commencing Tuesday, Morch 28, 1972 ct a.m. to con-sider a CBC proposal on its rod o policy and CEC applications for FM radio licences. CBC RADIO POIICY A proposal from the CBC on Its radio pol'cy, a commonly referred to cs Radio 1 and Radio II, will bo heard at the hearing. This proposa s explained in a brief on "AM and FM Radio Developmen copy of which Is available from tlie CBC or the CRTC. Supplementary information is a so available for examination at the following locations. Regional Engineer, CBC Mail Centre, 491 Portage Ave.f Winnipeg, Man. Station Manager, CBKMT, 127 Main SI. N., Mooso Jaw, Saik. Station Manager, CBK, 1840 Mclnlyre St., Regino, Sask. Station Manager, CBKST, C.N. Towers, Midtown Piaza, Saskatoon, Sask. StoKon Manager, CBX, CBXT, 8861 7ilh St., Edmonlon, Alia. Station Manager, CBR, 1724 Wes mount Blvd., Calgary, Alta. Slalion Manager, CHFC, Churchill, Man. Slalion Manager, CFFB, Frobisher Bay, N.W.T. Station Manager, CHAK, Inuvik, N.W T. Area Manager, CFYK, Yellowknifl, N W.T. Area Manager, CFYH, Whitehorse, Y.T. Procedure for Hearings Tims Limit Following publication of this no ice, applications cannot amended nor additional informal an filed by the applicant. Examination of Document] Documents pertaining to the CBC rnd o policy and application! am available for perusal dur ng regular office hour! at the Office of tlia Commission, 100 Mclcalfe Street, Room 1607, Ottawa, Ont. or in the aica to be served at addresses given in this nolice. Rcfc-renco must bo made to Iho copy of the radio policy document and the copy of the application for complete Informal on. Nolico of Interventions Interventions in respect to Ihe radio policy or the applications listed in lllis notice musl be filed in duplicate wilii the Secretary, CRTC, 100 Mclcalfe St., Ottawa, Ont., KIA ON2, and served by registered mail on Ilie lonadlan Broadcasting Corporation on or before March 13, 1972. Ccpy of Iho postal receipt musl bo attached lo 1 10 nolice filed with the Secretary. Tho now CRTC Rules of Procedure govern parlies to proceedings. Copies aro avoiloblo rom Informaiion Canada or Secretary of tht) Commission. RTC-5_U-2-72 MON1QUE COUAPl, Uirlcasl pracc envoy to Israel JERUSALEM (R cuter) -3unnar Jarring, United Nations Middle East peace envoy, will to Israel Friday for talks vitli Foreign Minis er Abba it was announced Program CALGARY (CP) Draft legislation lo form the Alberta Op-porluju'ty Fund ha5 been eoni-ileted, says Deputy Industry Minister n. G. McFarlane. The fund is lo replace (.he AJbcrta Commerc i a 1 Corpora-ion, tire Incentive Act and Hie rourist Loan Fund planned Mr. McFarlane declined lo elaborate on the scope of the fund olher than to say it would be broad A Progressive Conservative task force recommended a few weeks ago lhat such a fund he established to help bus'jiesses unable to get financing from more conventional Jailer moved MONTRF.AL, (CP) Gerry Ireiman, director of St. Vincent e Paul Penitentiary, has been -ansferred lo the regional cadqiiarlcrs of the penilcntiar-c-s system Paul Faguy, federal ommissioi'.er of penitentiaries, nnouucccl prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver-age prices to 11 a.m. provided >y Uio Alberta Hog Producer's Marketing board. Edmonlon- 29.10, average ruesday 29. 2n. lied Deer: 29.10, average ruesday S9.00. Calgary: 29.15, average Puesday 29.01. Lelhbridge: No sales, aver-ige Tuesday 29.13. Lloydminsler: No sales, aver-pc Tuesday 20.79. Grande Prairie: 28.55, aver-ge Tuesday 28.66. Total hogs sold Tuesday ,268. average 29.16. Sows av-rage ByGono Fawcolle SARLIC-OrJEOFFOlKMEDI-CINES FAVORITES-IS BEING TAKEN SERIOUSLY Br- RUSSIAN PHARMACOLOGISTS. ITS REPORTED, AN EFFECTIVE AWTI-BIOTIC CALLED MADE FROM GARLIC EXTRACT-IS EFFECTIVE ASAINST GERMS BUT DOB'NT CAUSE THE SIDE-EFFECTS OF OTHER ATTXafONtifMRAlfUl Scho( operates withi STIRLING (IINS) "The Scliool Board operalct Bithin ils 1971 budget and able to carry on again this wilhout a l.itcd school board chairman, ioyd Ilirschc, at the annual ublic mecliiiK. Principal Joseph Slevenscn cported Ihe Slirling School in session for 191 days cliir-ng 1971. Tlic tolal number of upils who atlended school dur-ig llw year as 2211. Of Hie 17 udenls who completed Grade 2, 1.1 received high school di-omas of 100 credits or move, nc seven are enrolled in iini-ersilies. Five of last year's .udenls relumed lo school in irling. With a diversity of Inlorcsls id abilities in Ihn 10 full-time achers, and much time being mated, Uio cclnol offers Board 111 budget ticipalion in several extra-curricular arlivities. Mr. SlevcTisen said, "Perhaps the outstanding achievement in these activities for 1971 was in A baskclball. The varsity team, the Stirling Lakers, is to be commended for ils achievement in winning the Southwest Conference tournament, the Southwest Zone championship and the provincial j championship. These awarded lo 3 at Stirling STIRLING (HNS) _ Scholarships of have Iwen awarded by Ihe Stirling school hoard lo hrcc gralualc students v h o received the highest narks in Iheir class. They are Gordon Pcngilly, low attending the University f Alberta at Edmonlon; .mice Hardy, now attending ie University of Ix'lhbridgc; nil Paul ZmiRg, now serving ie LDS Church nl Vaca Key sland, Kin. A scholarship was also given o Ruth Rcll, the student rc-eiving the highest marks in 171's Grade n class. Hisliop William HoRcnson nf ie school board made llw were made possible of nulslnmling coaching by Jack llicken and Kent Wood, Ircmcndmis effort on the part of the players and chcor-leaders, and the support of (lie cominimily." The present school honrd consists of novel Ilirschc, William logcnson, Glenn Adamson wilh Mrs. Elodia as INVESTMENTS LTD. NW EQUITY FUND ITD. f NW GROWTH FUND LTD. ,J Jf NW FINANCIAL FUND LTD. For a confidonlial rliicuision call or writs DICK BATEMAN, 609 10 St. S., Lelltbridga Ph.