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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July I, THE IETHMIDM HKAID 2! DES traces found iii beef liver RITCHIE BROS. AUCTION NOTICE PLACE: Edmonton, Alberta (2 Milai tGirth on hwy. 2 at Ellerslie) DATE; Friday, July 2 lil 1972 at a.m. OWNER: D.M.S. Construction and Eve ml I Canilruction (Edmonton) Ltd, Crusher: 1968 Pioneer 356 SE plan 13 x 36 jaw, 30 x 24 triple rolls and 5 x deck screen; Asphalt Plan) Balch lype 2000 Ib. Sy mons 10 x 2 deck screen, 4 bin hopper, scales, pug mill, hoi elevolor, 60" 13' drier, 6' cyclone 2 bin gal storage fank, hot oil healer, conlrol panel and air-el eel ric con- trols; Soil Cemenl: Pioneer 425PX plant sn. 425PXUO, Crusher-Asphalt Accessories Pioneer 36 x 40 Feed convey- or; 36 x 55 conveyor? Pio- neer 14 yd. Surge man 4 x 10 buzzer icreent Howe Richardson bell scale; Cedar Rapids 4 x 14 deck screen; 30 x 100 radial Slacking CGSECO 800 BBL silo; 16" vane ce- menl Pioneer 36 x 5C feed conveyor; (2) 20' menT augers; Lillleford dis- tribulor frailer; (2) Barber Greene 879A asphalt finish- ers; Power: Murphy MP24T power unit m. 22476 in 36 'elevalod conlrol tower; Brown 36' tandem swilch gear von com- pressor; 38' tandem twitch gear van; Crawler Traclors; 1969 Cat D9G sn. 66A7470 C cfozer ana1 push cush- 1969 Car DBH sn, 46A- 21051 A-dozer ond No. 9 ripper; 1968 Cat DBH 46A17463 U-dorer and Parallelogram ripper; Cat D8H in. 46A15173 A- dozer and No. 29 CCU; C DSH sn. 46A72SO A- dozer; 1970 Cat D7F sn. 94- N428 A-dczer ond No. 29 CCU; 1969 Cat D7E sn. 4BA12064 A-dozer and D7J winch; Cat D7's in's. 17A8111 and 17A7262 A-dozers and No. 25 2) 1969 Cat D6C'5 sn's. 10- .2579 and 1OK2576 wide pads A-dozers and D6C winches; Cat D6C sn. 76 A- 5700 A-dozer and winch} Graders: (2) 1970 Cat 4E's 12K1247 and K1249; one with ripper; 968 Cat 12F sn. 13K324; Cat 14D sn. 96F1854; oil jove 14' hydraulic side ,hift mouldboords; Cat 12- BT) Molor Scrapersi (3) Cat 64J'j an's. o4F620, 64F598 ind 64F598; Wheel Loaders; 970 Cat 930 sn. 41K1299; 969 Cat 966C sn. 30K829; 969 Terex 72-41 1538; Hough H100 sn. 33AH1102; "ractors: Case 1200TK sn. '806371 power shifl; John Deere 700A sn. T353RO18- 3OR power shifl; Compac- ion: 1970 RayGo 600 sn. J3C0522; grid roller; Tempo (6) 13 wheel wob- ilies; Ingrom 10-12 and Buf- alo-Springfield S-10 rollers; Generators: Cot D343TA 100 Cat D333 100 ;W; Cat D-3M 30 KW; lite lanls; Trucks: (4) 1970 Kcn- vonh model 923, 924, and '27 a in polo decks, ome have 5th wheels; 1969 7500 tandem dump, 6 power; (6) service trucks; i) 1969-72 crew cabs; (3) 969-70 4 x 4's; (3) 1969-71 (ickups; Trailers: 1970 Ccl- mbio SFM-35 45 ton low- ied; 1963 Columbia 5EM-35 i5 Ion lowbed; FreuhauF 34' md 45' hiboys; Freuhauf 45' nd McCoy Renn 36' oilfield cats; Camp: PortoBuilt 10 x 5 combinalion KDBWO; Mco 10 x 40 KD; Atco 10 x 6 KDWB; Alco 10 x 27 V 141 Alco 10 x 52 unks; 10 x 17 combination; 3) Alco 8 man 8 x 22 bunks; oodway 6 man 8 X 32; 970 Alco 8x16 wash; 968 Atco 10 x 30 office; Miscellaneous: Unif Bockhoe; omordier M6t1 ond M7 mus- Iraclors; Hystcr D89A 'inch; D6, 07 and PR 9C cushion; CnP porh; ortable propane, and fuel tanks, pumps nd spray bars; radios; elec- ic ond air power 1ools; oil iop hand lools; sandblaster; to 600 amp roll 'elding alfachmenrsj ond lany more items. PHONE ON THE SITE (403) 399-5632 Auctioneers Liccnsn Noi. 10396, 10477 and 10478 Write fpf free catalogue to RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS LTD. West oils are mighty By JEFF CARRUTHERS OTTAWA Traces of the growth h o r m o E e diethylstil- bcstrol (DES) have been found in 4 of 363 samples of domestic beef liver in tests by the federal health department. A special advisory committee on DES is scheduled to meet in Ottawa next week, to review the recent Canadian findings and similar U.S. findings and advise the government whether any ac- tion is required pos- sible legal action against the producers of the contaminated meat or even a complete ban on UK use of the chemical. J The advisory committee to the federal health department has met once before, last De- cember in Ottawa. At that time it decided that no action was warranted. Dr. A. B. Morrison, assistant deputy minister of health, ex- plained Friday thst legally no DES is allowed in meat for human consumption. In the lour contaminated sam- ples, about two parts per billion were to amounts found in a similar meal survey in the U.S. By PETER LEICIINITZ Canldlsn Press Staff Writer Western oil issues dominated much of the activity on major Canadian slock markets this week, posting strong gains in active trading. Canadian markets, which re- mained closed on Monday, July 3, made steady gains through most of the week, closing frac- tionally lower Friday. Analysts said investors ivere busy buying issues which had been oversold during the mar- ket's over-all decline in receut weeks, although gold and base metal issues drifted lower in quiet trading. The industrial index of the To- ronto stock market, a broad in- d i c a t o r of market trend, climbed 2.91 points during the week closing Friday at 202.64. At New York, prices scored strong gain; iii light trading. On the Montreal and Cana- dian exchanges, the composite index rose 4.62 points during the week, closing Friday at 211.07. Combined volume on the two exchanges was 4.39 million shares, compared with 5.07 mil- lion last week. At Toronto, a total of 6.4S mil- lion shares traded hands, down from 9.27 million last week. Speculative buying late in the week resulted in strong gains in the western oil sector of the market. Oil refining issues were particularly strong. Analysts said recent gas and oil discover- ies in the Canadian market GOVERNMENT Of ALBERTA Agricultural Engineering Technicians Positions al: Calgary, Edmon- ton, tethbridge, Fairview, Ver- milion and Red Deer. Technical work in Ihe devel- opment of water sources, sew- age systems, water ond water treatment lystemi. Diploma from Agricultural School or Technical institute preferred. Salary Closes July 18. Competition Number 4402-3. Information and ap- plication farms from: Government of Alberta, Personnel Administration OffiM, Room 500 Tarrace Building, 94 Avenuo and 106 Street, Edmonton Bond prices Supplied by Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Sept. 1, '72 59.90 100.10 Oct 1, '75 97.00 98.00 fl July 1, '73 103.50 104.50 Sept. 1, '83 77.75 78.25 Perp. 3 Sept. 15 40.00 42.00 Apr. 1, '75 100.50 lOi.OO IVi'r. July 1, '75 102.50 103.00 SViSi Sept. 1, '92 81.00 83.00 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta Ontario 7 Out Hyd 9 r, New Br NHd 8 N. S. Quebec Alberta Man Hyd 8 '90 103.50 105.50 '88 91.00 93.00 '94 107.00 109.00 '90 108.00 110.00 '74 100.00 102.00 '92 83.00 85.00 '74 100.00 102.00 '90 104.50 107.50 '91 97.00 99.00 WHO IS GETTING THE BENEFIT of your brains and ability you or your boss? If you would like 1o earn all lhat you are worlh wrile for appointment to: BOX 7012 STATION "E" CALGARY PROFESSIONAL BUILDING iber remains unchanged at 327-6737) CREDIT OFFICER REQUIRED BY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT HANK Dulles would comprise interviewing applicants for loans, analyzing ond processing credit applications and adminii- Terfng loan accounts. Degraei fn Commerce or Accounting or similar experience would be desirable. Salary commensurate with qualifica- tions. This is a permanent staff appointment with Pension and Insurance Benefits. Only written replies accepted (in Srole age, experience and quolificafjons. Address replies to; The Manager, 205 PROFESSIONAl BtDG., 740 4lh AVENUE SOUTH, IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Sask '00 105.00 107.0 Nfld 'SO 106.00 108.1 ACT 8 '74 101.00 103.0 Man Tel 8 '74 101.00 I INDUSTRIALS A1U G T Mean SioTo B.C. For 9% ft B.C. Tel BVi% Bell Tel 914% Bell Tel CP Ltd CP Sec Cdn Dill CWNG Gulf Oil Inter P P Massey Noranda 9Vi% Int Nickel 9Vit> N and C G St of Cdn 914% Tr Cdn P TrCdnPlO '90 104.50 106.5 '91 105.50 107.1 '92 107.00 HO.t '90 105.00 107.1 '79 104.50 106.5 '93 106.00 110.C '89 103.00 103.C '90 104.00 106.' '91 10C.M 108J '90 107.50 109.5 '90 103.00 103.1 '90 105.50 107.9 '80 104.50 106.E '90 105.00 107.01 '90 105.50 107.51 '91 105.50 107.5 '90 105.00 107.0 '90 108.00 110.01 '90 109.00 110.0 CONVERTIBLES AKa G T 714% '90 143.00 346.00 Cons Gas 514% '89 93.00 93.9 Dynasty 7 '82 lOi.OO 109.0C Adtlands 714% 'B8 95.00 97.0 SCUT Earn '88 84.00 86.01 Tr Cdn P 5 '89 107.00 110.00 WC Tr C '88 98.00 98.W WC Tr '91 124.00 127.0 R. ANGUS APPOINTMENT P. M. (Peder) LODOEN, P. Eng. Mr. J. A. Angus, President of Ft. Angus Alberta Limited, is pleased to announce lha appointment of Mr. P. M. (Peder) Lodoen as Manager of the Lclhbridge Branch and Sales Representative for the south west part or the province, effective July A graduate of the University of Alberta. Mr. Lodoen who was previously tho Sales Engineer in the Company's head office at Edmonton, succeeds Mr. Nick Kuche- ran who recently resigned. Now- 5% interest on Savings Accounts. Now we can offer you a Savings Account that pays 5% per annum on the minimum monthly balance. And that means your savings will grow faster. Stop by and see us soon. Royal Trust If Longer business hours. 740 4th Ave. South, Lolhbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 have generated considerable In- terest among investors. Companies wilh property in or near the Mackenzie Jliver DolLa in the Canadian Arctic made large gains during the week. The western oil index of the To- ronto market jumped 9.07 points, one of its best one-week advances of (he year, to 240.14, its best level since Sept. 13, 1971. Friday, the index soared 5.C8 points. There were only four trading sessions at New York this week as U.S. markets were closed Tuesday. On the week, the Dow Jones Industrial average o[ 30 blue-chip issues rose 9.03 points, closing Friday at 938.06. Trading on Wall Street was light, with 55.27 million shares traded during the week, down from 66.08 million a week ear- lier. A sharp rise in the price of gold on international bullion markets early in the week re- sulted in corresponding gains for gold issues on Canadian markets but profit-taking and a general slowdown in trading on international markets late in the week erased all the advance. The gold index of the Toronto market ended the week at 221.68, down .05 points. A round of copper price cuts by major Canadian producers had an adverse effect on the base metal sector of the mar- ket, with the Toronto base metal index losing .65 points during the week, closing at 93.32. Governments working on worm infestation OTTAWA (CP) Federal and provincial agriculture offi- cials arc seeking to determine Hie extent of a bertha army worm infestation on ths Prai- ries. Otto Lang, justice minister who was acting agriculture min- ister in the Commons Friday, said officials are monitoring the situation and using traps and similar devices to determine the extent of the infestation. He was answering questions by John Diefenbaker (PC- Prince who said an ag- riculture representative named Harry Lang has said the infes- tation of the army worm in H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker conns Chun. THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER AND WE NOW HAVE COLORED TV For Your Convenience in Making Reservation) CALL AND ASK FOR LONG DISTANCE ZEnith 0-7255 at no cost to you IVIERA MOTOR HOTEI. 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (403) 134-3431 Telex: 037-2510 rapeseed Is more serious than Uiis time a year ago. He asked what is being done so that the government will be in a position to meet the threat. Mr. Lang said federal and provincial officials are trying tx keep farmers alert to the situa- tion because "a great deal wi: depend on Individual farmer! checking their fields for infests tions." DR. D. J. STEED, DR. R. SELK, and DR. J. G. STRONG wish to announce DR. L. M. EVANS, DENTIST will join their practice at their new location of Family Medical Dental Centre 2931 20th AVE. 5., ON TUESDAY, JULY IB, 1972 PHONE 328-421Z CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME 1502 2nd AVE. 5. LETHBRIDGE, A IT A. by McDONELL MANUFACTURING THE MOST COMPACT MOTOR HOME ON THE MARKET TODAY. 19, 22, ond 24 ft. capacity Motor THE smooihest riding Motor Home made today THE Home with the least noise insido while travelling THE only Motor Home available today wilh tho riding quality of a (args automobile THE Manner of construction of Ihs 22 ft. capacity motor Home with recessed bumpers is the only Motor Home known today wilh twin gaucho beds and gaucho dinetle that can be lawfully parked al a parking meter of any city THIS Motor Home has more upper cupboard and stor- age space than mast other mokej CALL of our factory ond ice for yourself, check tilt construction and make comparison! TRY OUR RENTAL PLAN SIMPSONS-SEARS WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE OF 4 PLY NYLON TIRES Guardsman WT-110 4 ply nylon ALL SIZES ONE LOW PRICE 17 .99 BLACKWAIU Whitewalls, all sizes 19.99 9 Four full piles of tough nylon for strength, safety Rolled safely shoulder gives good steering control 5-rib Interlocking tread design gives excellent traction on both we! and dry roads GUARANTEED THREE WAYS 1. Every AlfsMta passrngi? Tiro Is uriflins iirolfliluiflSforlfioiilfto Iho of cjuso ol failure. Re place mrr CO.'I bfljed on IfCBd used, prw Miod analnsl current price. 2. Null punccuras ora fixed ol no 'CO. 3, Guaranteed tajlnit specific of monlhs, 1( I'ID out nnytimo brloto Ing discount nllowanro Iho current prlcn ba Ilivcn loward.1 a rcplDccmont, OKiN If :1 30 oiid up Avnilable In following lizes, Black- wall, Whitewall: 650-13, 695-14, 735-14, 855-14. Whitewall only 775- 15, 825-15. SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Doily Thursday and Friday until 9 p.n. Centra Villajjo 2nd Avc. and 13lh St. N. ;