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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doheny. McCuaig Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) (11.-C3 Ouslrl) Monday, January 29, 1973 THE LtTHMIDOf HERALD 17 A.m. DLrcttl) WESTERN OILS AND MINES Ira East Ges S.'O E Cd-, K Cdn li a G :M Is Stock prices up in active trade TORONTO 'CP1 Prices, cents lo 53 cents on on the Toronto stock market. shares. j were moderately higher in ac-! live mid-morning trading today. NEW YORK (AP> Stock i _ __ The industrial index, consid- market prices were mixed to-1 ered a major indicator of mar- T day in the wake o: five straight i kel trends, was up .31 to dechning sessions. Trading was i golds 2 41 to 21180. base metals moderate. .14 to 96.02 and western 1.47 The nooa Dow Jones average j to 284.4S. of 50 industrials was off 4.52 'to 1 Volume by 11 a.m. was 735.- 999.02. Advancing and declining 000 shares compared with 835.- issues on the New York Stock j 000 traded by the same lime Exchange were almost even. i ssire-s Friday. On the New York exchange, j Beverage, chemical, oil refin- Dome Mines advanced Hi to Cvs-j; A 7.75 AM Cdn Divlrj B 7.75 All Con Vent 14.W AT.r Or F 6.SS F erd Trist E.121? AGF Special 13.50 Gs-is-s- 17.75 Can Invest F G 15.B7I': HOTS O'l A ccl Mulual 33.M B Jr.CO Inler .1.70 Cj 19.75 erring Lev fi.iD h-jd v Oil Cmnw Vent .'.2; H'-3 o-i A P il.H Corp 'Cr PfQ C3T3 IT. report Calgary livestock 0': 3 p'd :0.ij'; F U.S. 11.71 12.93 9.11 1.37 4.73 4.42 7.D5 3.J5 5.3J S.B3 7 07 7 74 15.77 17.1! 4-32 t'.ii 7.K_ I lie stockyards show 230 head of CALGARY (CP) Receipts n a-m- at the Calgary pub- 1 cattle sold, mainly cows and C-r C.reBt Plains C-n Cdn on Sa.-ids shares 1.21 -.n' shortkeep replacement cattle. li'is uwu-i i.H There were Ac t.33 fi.rd Gr F 2.2S i.BO ?fi '7 :di 5.7a G- i.7J 6.2: >5l Gr Trade was active. sufficient slaughter steers or heifers on offer to establish quowttions. Cows sold on a steady basis with las', week's close. Bulls steady. Preliminary slaughter figures DEATHS RHLVES Passed away on Monday, January 29, 1973, Dons Rhines, aged 44 years, beloved daughter of Mrs. Mabel Rhines of Fort Macleod. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort CS9M I in t-sj (G) A Pfd arw 1 CALGARY PIPELINE STOCKS l-s CS5 7r L A la. 75 -3 GJS 7- L ftl jusrd '.a VANCOUVER MINES BERGEN svrav the week endng Jan. 27, j Saturday. January 27. 1973. i Lon Jean Bergea, age nine ins and steel stocks were market and Walker Gooderham j at S52. Alcan. Cana- j F' among seciors of the market gained showins gains while industrial dian Pacific. Ineo. Massey Fer- mining and trust and loan is- gujon Mclntvre all eased sues were the recording losses. only sectors fractionally. On the American exchange Advances led declines 141 to Canadian Javelin and Canadian BS while 165 issues remamed un- Marconi advanced H each I changed, while Scurry Rainbow lost !s. Dome Pete rcse to j Imperial Oil 5s to S47-S. West- C025I ;o Toronto Dcminicn Birk !3 to Srelco h to Jnrir. Toy fell Fs :3 515. Data to" Bask of (real to I.ak? Cement 15 lo S.65 and Loe'o M lo S6. Dome Mine? climbed 3 to ?79 Tara Exploration slipred firm tM MISC. INDUSTRIALS Acres 17.5: BC. Pid 15.15 BiKV A P'd Cdi 3 3350 Fed': In Pfd 3S.7S Tfirmitn 1 OTOlllO s 12.OJ 5 DO i A 65.SO Cd-! P' A F'd P 3 PFd -'101 Cdn P 11 C Trans 22.27' Valley INDUSTRIALS Cact Imer Ccl Brew Kyi Cdn IC-.y Indus- OIL5 Alcsny Ors r State Res Flsirs Pet; ;.5o Canada hogs Alberta -f? i hogs 41.230. Canada beef !M 1 Alberta tee! 22.211. i Cows D 1 and 2 25.23 to 27, '.it i D 3 24 to 25. D 4 20.2-5 to 23.75. E-1J Good bulls 29 to 31.50. Replacement cattle consisted of shorlkieEp steers and beif- ers and slock co-.vs. ssBinp at 3M 'steady prices. Stock calves 5'i5 were scarce. Good stock steer years, beloved daughter of Mr. i and Mrs. Peier Bergen of She has resided in the Granum district and at the time of her deatii vras a student at the A. Day School in Fort Macleod. Also survived bv two brothers. Brian and Sean and one sisier. Sherri, all ai home: her grandparents. Sir. and Mrs. Ted Nicholls of' Sacheli. B.C. DEATHS CP.OW EAGLE Passed sway on Saturday, January 27, 1973, Oliver Crow Eagle (Big SraokeJ, age 17 years, beloved of Mr. Charlie Crow Eagle oi the Peigan Reserve. Tit fu- neral service will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Brocket, Tuesday at a.m., Bev. G. Fortier officiating. ID- lennent in Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements bv EDEN'S FUNEHAL HOME LTD., Pincner Creek. DEATHS MOHNKG OWL Teena Marie of the Blood Reserve, passed away in Calgary on Sunday. January 28th, 1973 at the age of 12 yeais. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- S E N SALMON FUNERAL i HOME LTD., in charge of ar- ranDemerr.s. C6383 and Mrs. Jusiina BerEen of 5.17 West Explsr industrials (Supplied BV Richirtison Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. to be relocated in MONTREAL ;CP' tor? except banks advanced hesvy ;radL-g en the s'.ixrk market today. Combined volume c-n the Mon- treal ar.d Canadian sicck PN- c'rangfs at !1 a.m. was shares, compared v.iih 6CC.M) at the same time Friday. Induitnals gained 1.56 to 249.22, the composite 1.10 to S4.73. papers .44 to 110.12 and ponoka from Edmonton, irdhties .23 to while banks The Agricultural Develop- cjropped 53 to 271.53. ment Corporation is the credit On the Montreal Stock arm of the provincial agrciul- ci-ange. Gulf Oil Canada gained tural department. tc Credit Foricier 1 to About 25 positions are in- S107 and Imasco to volved in the move. while Vajsi dropped -'j lo Tne govemmer: ssid em- ployees who wish to remain in On the Canadian Ex- Edmonton will be given other change, Muscocho gained 11 j jobs. CAMROSE. Alia. (CPi The .Ubena Agricultural Develop- j ment Ccrp. will be relocated here Sept. 1 in a move from Edmonton, it was announced i Saturday. i Gordon Stromberg. Conserve-' live MLA for Camrose. said the move is part of the govern- ment's decentralization plan. Last week, fee government an- nounced that the .Alberta Op- portunities Co. will be moved to LIFE INSURANCE (lnilio1 Amount) (20-Year Dtcrtasing Convertibli Ttrm Iniu IT WOULD PAY YOU TO THIS WITH ANY 07HES TERM f 6! MONTHLY PREMIUMS C. Plan) Agi Age 35-S10.06 Age 25-S8.70 Age JO-SI5.74 Age 30-SS.9S Age 45-S23.93 KEN BELSHER OCCIDENTAL LIFF of CALIFORNIA 439A- HOLIDAY VILLAGE Phone 32S-0944, Rei. 328-0994 CHAMPLIN PETROLEUM COMPANY REQUIRES A New York stocks tSnpplied By Richardson Securities of e-v] T 52.K Grain prices Winnipeg Groin j calves sold steady. There were I insufficient good stock heifer Clearbrook. calves on offer to establish quo-' service win be Ireld in the tations. _ Gianum Vnited Church on Good feeder steers to ,m Wedaesdar at pm pounds 44 to 48. Over 750 Walker off iciatina minister In- pounds 38 to 41.30. Good feeder termeat in Grarium Cemetery he-'ers 35 io 33. Good stock and F u n e r a 1 arracgemeDis b'v feeder cows 23 to 29. Good sock EDEN'S F U N E R A L HOME steer cslves 44 to 50. LTD.. Fort Macleod. Kogs sold fob. Calgary to 11 CS903 a m. average base price j _____ I LEPP Passed away in Coaldale on S'jnday. January j 2S. ]973. following a brief i'J- i Mrs. Agatha Lepp at the age of 54 years, of CoaldaJe. be- i loved wiie of the late Mr. KEC- ty L c p p. The late Mrs. Lepp v. ss very active in church groups and in the Ladies Te- bea Sewing Circle. She was i by her first has- Dick, --ho-n she married in Anril. 1S3S and by her second husband, Mr. Henry Lepp. whom ?he mar- ried in 195-1. She is survived by Calgary, one step-daughter. Mrs. Helen Fedivj of Calgary, many grandchildren and great- grandchildren: one sister. Mrs. Henry Reimer in Russia and ine brother. Mr. Henry Fast in serdce Feb- ruary 3. 1S73 at 2 p.m." In the CAREY Sunday. January 23, 1973, Frank, aged" S3 years, CJsresBolm. Alberta, beloved father of ?.Lrs. W. A. 'Greta) Lea. Edmonton and Mrs. D. E. (Joycej Burnbsm. Aloerta. He is also survived by four grandchildren and sis in and by a REA3ISBOTTOM Annie Field, passed away in Cardsum m Saturday, January 27th, 1973 at the age oi 53 years, beloved wife of Thomas S. Reamsfaoi- tom oi Cardston. Mrs. Reams- bottom was born in Wakefield, Yorkshire, England on March 24th. 1S3S. daughter oi Wiffiam Field and Alice Butterworth. She received her schooling b i England and came to Canada in 1913 to Taber, wnere she met Gry, J14 and moved to FAriSv i to Sil1 i Ccsae, reoruary 4. 1906 and most K- thgir rhil- j Elst, by a twin daughter in 1922 j were born. Thev moved and by two sisers End three i back to Taber 192j i brothers. Born in Somerset, slded norillg ,o i England, be came to Canada B cardstoD in 1957. where sbs 1914 to tne aaresholm UTed tfae 0-; ber paSE. End farmea a-es of Clares- jng Ta5 a moth- holm until 1S31 when he re- a wanderiul Eing- Town ;er. sbe leaves to mourn passing besides her loving hus- WINNIPEG (CP) Good e5- pcner buying maintained the strong price pattern in Van- couver rapessed bu. Thurder Bay rapeseed and other com- mod-ties were weaker at mid- session on the Winnipeg Coa- modify Exchange. Except for the November po- sition. aH Vancouver rape'ecd futures were at the mrTinuo 10 cent trading "limit. Thunder Bay futures, which had open- ed at the limit, were down to three cents higher as the buy- i ing interest fell off in all months except November. Tne Noveui- ,DO ,bcr future was still i'J cer.ts "'I1 (Liicirje) Dick: (Eeth, cutforti, both lrs. lanuly Oaresnolm Cem- Mrs. K derjea, in lieu of flow. o[ Uthbridge; gragdchiidren ers. conrnbu-ons may be raade ,4 s-eat-grandchildrea. She Hears Founda- ras bv oae son, 1B2P tion Fund, 2011 10th Avenue i S.W.. Calearv LEYDEN'S FT- NER.U HOMES LTD., Clares- in Cardste, on holm Brencn. Directors of Ser-' TueEday, January 30th at 1 _ p.m., wilh Bisbop Reed Zemp o-aejEting. Interment will fol- low in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and tbeir from 12 Mennonite Conference Church, aldale. i Rc-r etery. Frierds may pay their rejects at the church on Sat- urday from 1 p.m. until just prior to the service. MARTEN" BROS. LTD.. Directors of Fu- neral Service. BATTERY OPERATOR Ths successful applicant v-'ill perform cil well pumping services mainly in Tns Droyton Vai'ey area. Viinirr-jrn ons )'ear experier.ce. pcs'ticn fufi ccrriccny bensfi's plus an directive Application forms may be obtained from 400, 639 SthAve. S.W., Calgary Alberta T2P OM9 or phone 263-7070 EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIPS AVAILABLE THE MOST AMAZING VACUUM CLEANER TO BE OFFER- ED TO THE PUBLIC IN YEARS, BUILT BY PRECISION CRAFTSMEN IN GERMANY. V0RWERK The Revolutionary 4 Way Vacuum Cleaner, you must see to believe. For more information on obtaining an exclusive dealer- ship, clip out coupon below and mail io FAIRFIEID APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd Avenue Sculh Lefhbridge, Alberfa F lease jcnd me oil a liable informalion Margarine heir commits suicide higher. Flax was strong at five to six cents higher and oats was shoeing some strength. i Barley and rye were weaker I ca active se'Jir.g with barley i fractional to one cent lower and rye one to three cents lower. i Friday's TOlume of trade WES I395.OTO bushels of, 1.6S4. 000 of rye and 3 Sis.000 rape- i'seed. prices: Flax: May 6 higher 4.7G July 5 hisher 4.W '-i.A: Oct. 5 Nov. not ope.i 1 Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. 10 i higher 4.11B: March 10 Ill '4.10B: June 10 higher 4.03: 10 higher 3.9SB: Nov. 3 '-i high- ALERT BAY, B.C. (CPi r 3.69 'i. Chris Hatileld of the Federal Ftapeseed Tnunder Bay: May environment department said 3 J; higher f.KB: July 3 ;i Sunday that long-term damage higher Sr63A: Oct. 2 higher to marine and in tire Nov. in 3 53 area or a bunker oil Oats: May 2 si higher 1.14 :i: spill off the northeastern coast of Vancotrs'er Island appeared to be minimal. The freighter Irish Stardust ran aground near this villase about raidnite Wednesday, rip- ping its hull and spilling more OWEN May Alzona. oi Wrentham passed away in Cal-. cary oa Friday January 26th noon Prulr io tie femes m the '1F73. ai the ace of BO'years! i o! ;be beloi-ed wife of the late Leslie Church. CHHISTEXSEN SAL- Owen of Wrentham. Mrs. Owen HOME LTD. I was bom in Salem, ilissouri on drectors of Funeral Semce. December 3rd, 1SS2. Sbe mar- ried Leshe Owen on May 2. 1917 in Havre. Moct. They cam? to Canada in 1K3 to Wrentham. i where she coaunued to reside uciil the time of her passing. Sh? was an active member of CBS93 CARDS OF THANKS BYRNE To all our friends relatives, we humbly say Damage minimal oil spill the Wrentham Community "Thank you." You will Church. Left to mourn her pass-: iniow how much your kindness- ing are three daughters, Mrs. nave eased our grief End (Florence1. Russell of roade it bearable, v.rer.tharn. Mrs. Henry 'Lily Mzyi Friescn of Simmy Mont. a_-.d Jack (Eugenia) Til- brcok c; Cakcry: two sons. Lawrence and Clifford, both of Disnne. Mary Ann and Jim. Bill and Louise, Dennis and Barbara. 6185-29 July higher 1.13 HE: Oct. 1 higher 1.07. Biley: May lower 1.54 I '..A: July lower r.54 1 1 :s lower 1.51B. Rye: May 3 :i lower July 2 Ts lower i.TS I Ts lower 1.70 -s.A. Oc; than 100.000 gallons of oil over a 50-mile area as it continued on to Victoria. KINGSTON. N.Y. (AP1 him while Three years after setting off a drugs." ''tripped on Alberta s collar fever w-iln a primise to QJ, Friday. Brody was found .give away his fortune, oleo-, in j margarine heir Micnae! James uHw. Robert Dubois 10 miles takes ODtlOU Broth- Jr.. 24. has shot him- ,resi 0[ here shokan NY i self to death. TKe siierii-fs I His promise in 1970. when he flee said he had fired a shot Oil JclUU I was 21, lured hundreds of per- into his head from a high-pow-' sons lo a rented mansion in' ered rifle hsld between his j Sr-arsdale, N.Y.. where Brody knees. wrote ihoiisands of dollars in j Brody burst into the news in cheques io people he didn't January. I'j70. when he re- know. The cheques bounced. i tuj-ned "from a Jamnicj honey- Edmonton came to ataard a jetliner provide for chartered ius: for liim and his bride. Renee. They were sepa- rated a year ago. He announced he would give awav 526 million, settinc off Brodv said the EDMONTON (CP) The .41- beria government has trJten an opt-on on territory r.ear ".riiistrisl .Airport to the Northern Alberta Insti- Preferred Finance Corporation Ltd. M160, Calgary Place. 345 -es her. well How nv.ich we loved her. none csn loll, God loved her too and hs th.v.ich: i: best To'her home Him to Tn.xreli parted by :he hand of God' In Christ united In God's mil lime. n-ect For Jesus said we will. Thy will b? done. Raymond, Esther Ash. Colemfln; son Willvri KavTiiond of Bl.r.r- more and ;