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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Wadnoiday, July 1971 EATON'S 2.49 nr, Main Floor "1.39 Sole, each Shift Dresses Cotlon. Sleeveless and bulton front. Colors: n green and red prints. Sizes: small, medium ond large................. Sail, each Dreises, Main Floor Colorful Dresses Polyester. Sleeveless. Dock ripper closing. Round neckline, oil uround belt. Hand or machine washable. Mulli colored prints, Sizoa 12 lo 20. Sale, each...................... Dresses, Main Floor Cool Shells Eye-catching prints. 100% polyester. washable. Sizes; small, medium and large. Sale, .each........................... Sportswear, Main Floor Creme Perfume Max Factor Perfume in crsme Sale, each Cosmetics, Main Floor Bath Drops Max Factor's Golden Woods. Rich and mois- turiiing. Snle, ench....................... Coimetics, Main Floor Splash Cologne Max Factor's Golden 12 of (t M A summer fragrance. I fctfj Cojmefies, Main Floor Compacts Revlon's translucent powder in compact. M Vinyl cover. Two ihades. I Cosmetics, Main Floor Solaray Hair Groomer A slyling comb suitable for men or women. Dries and styles as you brush and comb. Will give your hair that full natural look. Light, compact and portable.................. Sale, each Sundriet, Lower Floor Kindness Compact Hair Setter Model K201 at o sola price. A tima and specs saver complete wilh mirror for convenient hair styling or make- up. Special compartment keeps cord, gfl 4% M "9 pins and pads neat ond organized. CL m Sale, each I Sundriei, Lower Floe- Make-Up Kit Color-scheme make-up kit. black mascara with lash lenglhener. Specially featured with co- ordinated eye shade and blushcn. Sole, kit Sundries Lower Floor Portable Typewriter Underwood Model 320 specially priced for this great sale. Fealures 43 keys with 86 characters, automalic tabulator, two color ribbon, 10" carriage, margin release and indentation key. Wilh black carrying case.............Sale, each Lower Floor limiled Quantity Specials! Re-check Eaton's big Record Break- ing sale flier delivered to your home. Second big day of This great sale make a date now to share in the outstanding savings all this week. Children's Nylon Jump Suits "Cartoon Look" jump suits of slrelch nylon. Full zipper front ;losure, tie bell. Assorted colors Sizes A lo 6x Sale, each Children'] Wear, Main Floor mascara with 1.99 bulator, A A Mil WW Electric Adding Machine Low, low priced. Majestic MkV model. Lisls 7 ond totals 8 digits. Will add, subtract and multiply, giving total and ,ub rolol. Paper roll is covered by plailic ft I? bo.30 see-through lid. Two-tone grey and charcoal color...........Sale, ench Typewriters, Lower Floor Photo Albums TWQ styles lo choose from and both specially priced. Both nre deluxe album of ihcse vocailon pictures. Sale, each Sundries, Lower Floor Children's Squall Jackets Gny, printed waler repellent squall jackets with cosy fleec- ed inrcrHning, Drawstring hood, upper clos- f% front. A to 6x. t HI Children's Wear, Main Floor ..3. Snln, roch Infants' Didee and Romper iets 3.49 Sets fnr boyi and girls. Colton. In gay colors and stylos. Sizes 12, 18 ond 14 monlhs, Sole, set Baby Needs, Main Floor Children's Pant Suits easy cnrn fabric in popular denim look. pnnt and hold tipper neck lop. Colors: mauve, blue and Sirni to ,1x nnd 4 lo le, tuit Girl's Summer Clothing it at prices t< low, law pric-- ..._ 2.38 ,.17.60 Girls' W Children's Summer Clothing t the value here n. Included are 1.59 ,.11.99 An excellent assortment at prices to clear them out in a hurry. Summer doming low, law priced right at the heighl of the summer season. Sizes 7 to 14x col- led ively. Sole, each Girls' Wear, Main Floor You'll be delighted wilh the value here Summer cloth- ing oddmcnt for children. Included are thirls, slims, blouses, underwear and other Sizes 4 lo collectively. Sale, each Children's Wear, Main Floor Women's Slippers We've taken these slippers right from our regular stock and marked ihem 'way low' for quick clearance. Assorled colors end _ _ _ _ Sale, pair 233 d I fciiVW Accessories, Main Floor Women's "Tall Girl" Nylons Sheer mesh nylons for tall girls. With stretch lops. Colors: Tender Beige and Taupe. Sizes mr 10 lo 12. Sale, pair................... W W Hosiery, Main Floor Girls' Summer Coats lightweight coals for summer wear. Choose from assoried fabrics, styles and col- JS M gi ft ors. Sizes 7 lo 14 col IL 111 lectively. Sale, each lo Girls' Wear, Main ese au Q O. Step out smartly in these aummer coals. Assorted fabrics, stylos and colorr Sole, each Girls' Wear, Main Floor Girls', Girls7 Clothing Oddments Included in the group are "T" shirts, pyjamas, shorts and slips. Sizes 7 to 1 4 collectively. Sale, each............................ Girls' Wear, Main Floor Children's Clothing Oddments Better be prompt for Included are "T" shirts, pyjamas, leolards and slims. Sizes 4 la 6x collectively................. Sale each Children's Wear, Main Floor Children's Summer Coats coals in assortec___.__ ______.. 2.74 ,.10.00 Smarlly styled Jummer coals in assofled tobrici and colors. Sizes 2 to rollectively. Sale, .ach Children'! Wear, Main Floor Steel Storage File An economy spaca saver with large storage compartment. Top opens to filing seclion, lower door opens lo spacious storage comportmenls with shelf. Separ- ate lock ond key for each section. Colors: tan or grey. Sale, each Sfofronery, Lower Floor opens 10 spacious 15.99 RCA 26" Color TV Beautiful walnul veneer cabinet. Ace u malic color lock. Blcck malrix lube. Five year warranty plan on picture tube. Sale, each............ Home Entertainment, Second Floor Briscoe Organ Frxceplionol value on thii easy-lo-play Briscoe organ. 72 chords and five lone changers. 41 keys. Sola, each Homo Entorlainmenl, Second Floor 259.35 5-Piece Dinette Suite A modern slyled 41" round lablo wilh while arborite top. 4 prong steel pcdeslal baie with iclf levelling glides. Wood frame chairs, cane type seats nnd backs. Colon ovocado qrecn. Sob, each Furniture, Second Floor 119.99 Cocktail Pick Set Childion'i Wnnr, Main Floor in o stand. Sale, ict iteel cocktail pick ml 1.47 Socond Floor -V i Use your to buy on youi-Eaton Account. Shop Eaton's Thursday ond Friday from 9 'till 9 for greol Record Breaking valuot. Buy Una 328-8811 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, McCualg Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quote I) p.m. Quoiet) a.m. Quctfs) WESTERN OILJ Almlnex (.15 Alfa East Cat Asnmera Ashland Oil B. P. Oil, Gas Cdn Saulh. Cdn Export Gils Cdn Home. Cdn ind Gas Cdn Superior Cdn Lena Is Charter Cnleflan Husky Oil Husky Oil B 42.M Husky Oil War 3.95 Inter Prov Pipe 13.25 11.50 5.20 5.90 3.30 7.60 111.00 -J7.00 .50 J.25 Inter Prov Steel 1J.OO Great Plains Great Cdn Oil Lochiel Expi. Norlh Cdn oil Numac Pan Cdn Pete Pun Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain. Spooner Seitens Total Pele Ulster West Decalta We.Vcoasr MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aoualaine 25. Kaiser Res. M.G.F. Man. Pacific Pele RainW sanriwell Teledype West V.'hitepeM Yuk WeslfMcl CALGARY Acroll Oil Madison Norlh Conl. 15 Mulual Ac Mulual Gr I Nat Res N W N W Gr Principal Gr Roytuncl 3.50 40.50 5.75 4.00 A.00 11.50 1.25 30.0D 4.65 1.37 5.-40 North Con I. .02 Wcsf Warner ,3? 13.75 PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gas Trunk Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pac Inv. Crcwsnesl Ind Cygni's A Cygnus B Fakcnbridge Genstar Home Oil A Home Oil B Hud flay Co. Hud Bay Oil Hud Oil Pfd Hugh Russell i Gai 4J.i 72.SO .41 Alia Nnl Gas 20.12Vj .31 Inland Net Gas 53 Narlh Cent Gas 11.75 19.75 North Ccnl B U.5) Pac Gas Trans 12.00 .S3 O-fli taeiro J.B5 Gar Melro A 70 CQ 6.05 Trans Cda Pipe 1 37 Trans Pi-e R Jio.OD 5.51) Trans Pipe A El.CO 8.75 Trans Pipe War U.'iO Tran 27.75 I Trans Wts 9.10 MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com a 39 9.17 Cdn Divid 9.25 10.11 5.B9 t IB S.31 5 B4 7.16 7.B3 5-20 5.71 5.B4 4.42 4M 5.34 6.60 6.96 7.33 8.01 Uniletl Ac S ap 6.03 Universal Sav a OS fl.E4 Vanguard 9.C3 10.7; Cmnw Vent 7.75 I.5J VANCOUVER MINES Aden Atlas Explor flalh Norse Brenda Brycon Churchill Croydcn Davenport 9.15 4.65 HJ.50 AM Can Venr 36.50 Arnr Gr F AGF Special 26.50 Can Invcs! Col Mutual 5.00 Cmnw Inter 12.00 Cmnw Lev Corp Invest 31-50 Corp fr X.21 Varde Pert Reliant-e Gianl Mascot Granule Lornex Lyllcn Minerals Primer Pyramid Silver Sianflard TexmonT Trojtin VRllcy Copper WC Res INDUSTRIALS .70 4. BO 7.60 7.75 1.93 .23 900 Trend is mixed to bit weaker TORONTO (CP) Prices in most major sectors of the To- ronto stock merkct clipped frac- tionally lower lor the second consecutive session in light mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was off .01 to 201.66, golds .33 to 221.33 and western oils .46 to 220.45. Grimm of Walston and Co. "There is only one real hope the Paris peace talks to resume Thursday will make some prcsress." The most-active issue on the NYEE was G e n c s c o. which dropped points Tuesday after it forecast tower earnings for fiscal 1972. It was up to A block of shares 4.40 Block 7.36 B C. Supar 35J BX. Sugar Pfd 5.05 S.iJ Capt Inter 6.7B 7.J-1 Crc-lbrcok F Ir 1125 15.57 HVS 3.69 4.27 Columbia Brew 6 0? 6.65 Key indjil 520 S.6C Pai...... Base metals were up .12 to 92.62. Volume by 11 a.m. was traded at S15S- i shares, down from at the Second-most-active was Gen- 1 same time Tuesday. Communication, industrial 3135 Dre'y'us F U S. 1303 H.7fl Stampede Inll Res 17.50 Gr In Shares 4.19 4.61 OILS 43.00 Gr Equity B.C2 8.81 Albany Oil 52.50 Invest Gr F 12.42 13.53 Plains Pele Invesl Mutual 5.B4 6.39 We3l Explor Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Ouoiesl Hi-DO a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. AKailcho Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Central Pel. China Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmcnt Dickenson Mines Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Cldona Uame Mines Donalda Disci Mines Ncrlex Osisko Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Mai Radicre .24 Rio Algom 21.50 Roman Corp. 3.00 SherriM Gordon 1J.75 Silver -Oi1 Sleep Reck 1-vS 6.50 Tck Corp. 5.05 Texmonl .51 Upper Canada 7.BO .50 Western mines 3.25 B.60 Wright Hargreaves 1.17 WlHroy 1.15 Windfall -12 .0713 Yellowknlf! Bear 4.25 .JJ Zenmac .16 76.113 INDUSTRIALS 9.00 1.55 .66 2.10 .35 IB. 75 16.50 1 40 1.13 Dome Pele 27Vj DElasco H.OO Cable Ford of Ar" 3.75 Grl Cdn Oil 11 Mi Gen Motors .24 Grl Lakes PD 1.50 Gulf Oil Cdn Greyhound Hawker Sid Hur f- Erie Imp Oil Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Grp A Int Ulil Ind Accept Laurentide Kelly Dcug Lceb .60 2.M 59.00 1.75 .27 ;l Malarlic East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobcx .31 First Maritime .W Gifint Y.K B.10 Bovis 1.95 Granduc 2.65 R L 5 50 Hollinger Hudson Bay M-S 20.25 Hydra Ex. .21 Iron Bey iso Joliet Quebec Kcrr Addison Ksy Ariaton Labrador Lake Shore Langis silver Madsen R.L. C-.F. AAarlin McNecly Wei a Wiidrim Intern Mogul Nu West Homea Hew Athona New Calumel Noranda Algoma Steel Alcz Ind Atlantic Sugar Ac-ra Ir.d Cell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns 20.25 B.C. Sugar Bow Val Idn CAE InJ Cdn Brew Chemcell Cd Cell Calgary Pow Credit Stores Wassey Ferg u.CO 31oB fAoore Corp 5.B7'A Molsons A 13.25 Norlh fl, Cent Power Corp 31.62Va Price Co 61.25 Rothmiins li.B7'A Shell CDA 21.00 Simpson's 21.25 Simp Sears 31.62'.': Sled cf Cda E.13V' 7.25 4.30 1.95 24.25 1.60 l DO CW.N. Gns Pfd ll.DO Cdn Ipd COn Marc Cdn Vick Chrysler i C.P.R. i Cominco 9.50 Dist Seagrams Dem Bridge Domtar 16.25 J.75 Selkirk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Mln Pp Trans Can Pp Union' Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfg Union Car 29.50 Weslcn's B u.B7Va Woodward's A 26.25 Cdn eed 12.35 Zenllh BAfJKS 36.00 Cdn imp 29.12VJ Montreal 1J.25 Nova Scolia 25.50 30.62 la 61.75 7.00 72.00 15.50 27.50 19.37VJ 41.50 19.13'A 12.-7V3 J.CO A.15 7 Oil 31.13', j 25.25 11. B71-! 11, 62 5300 SI. 17.00 ii.M 13.50 41.50 20. 3i 17.25 20. E 7Vi 26.25 6.00 3.00 26.75 cral Electric, up 'i to A mining, merchandising, steel, real estate und and loan issues drifted moderately lower while banking, chemical, gen- eral manufacturing and oil re- fining stocks moved higher. Falcon-bridge dropped 1 la Koffler Stores to Digest U to 519, Me- Intyrc 1 lo and Ranger Vi to i Canadian Breweries down (o S7U, Inco U to j Stelco U to and Rio Algoin IH lo I Peoples Department Stores was up to SlaLcr, Walker Canada to OSF Industries to Texas Gull Inc. 'J.'s lo and Gibraltar Mines 20 cents lo S9.10. block of shtres sold at Natomas was up 2 to after n rise of Tuesday. The company said Indonesia's re- cent revocation of trade and ex- port licences did r.ot affect oil companies. Among Canadians, Inco wss down to Granby Min- ing to S19'z. AValker-Gooder- ham lo S44'.'[ and Massey- FerguEcn lo Alcan to MO'.i. Canadian Pa- to Slti'.B ajtd Genstar 'i 5.50 Dorn Stores Tor-Dom A'cic York stocks (Supplied By F.icliaidson Secnrilics ot Canada) THIO GAIN'S JJONTHEAL (CP) Utilities, banks End papers all posted gains but industrials and the composite were off in light morning trading on the Mont- real stock market today. index, utilities ruse .12 Lo 159.40, barks .24 lo 254.16 and papers .05 to SB.57, Industrials Jost .43 to 216.74 and the com- posite .26 to 209.79. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges was shares compared at the same time Tuesday. On the Montreal Stock Ex- chaagc, Pccples Stores rose to .Rapid Data to 526, FJeetwood 1 to Royal Trust V2 to Bank of Nova Scotia Vz to ar.d Asbestos to On the Canadian Stock Ex change, Foodex Systems lost cific to SM'.i. Canadian issues were mostly unchangBd on Ihe American Slock Exchange, to and 514'.4. to Amr T and T BElh Chrysler Sears lfi.75 Std Oil ol N.J. 28.37'-'- Texas Gull 30.12la Taxas Co 50 Ccrp J.2S 10 Goldi 220.81 off 15 10 Base Met 92.90 up .10 15 W Oils 2-10.67 off .27 Volume Inl Harvester 33.25 Kenn Copper 21 75 Montgomery Ward 22.25 10775 116.75 31.50 YORK AVERAGES Westinqhouse Elec 50.25 30 Indusr 928.73 up 2.B4 U.S. Slcel 20 Rails 230.31 up .50 Gen Tel Elec 36.75 15 Utilities 107-65 off .M TORONTO AVERAGES 45 Stocks 307.82 off .51 20 Indusl 300.92 off 75 Volume CREEP AHEAD NEW YORK Prices crept slowly forward In today's stock market after three slraight sessions of retreat. Trading was moderate. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks rose 2.116 to Gaining issues on New York Stock Exchange clung to a slim lead over losers. "The market needs a surprise to stimulate saic Eldon A. IWA must wait Livestock for contract OK report VANCOUVER CP) British Columbia's coast forest compa- nies decided Tuesday to post- pone ratification of a master contract that would have ended the crippling coast forest strike until local issues have been ironed out. John Eiilings, president of Foresl Industrial Relations, said the terms and conditions of the contract "appeared lo be ac- cepLable" Lo the 115 coast forest companies F.I.R. represents. "However, bccauie of a rutn- ber of h n d been pulled out of master negotia- tions by the Intel-national V.'ood- June 21! workers of America for the set-1 without dement of local issues, Ihe in- j 15. dustry representatives decided to postpone a formal ratification vote Mr. Billings said Tuesday. There was no indication when ratification voting would take place. He said F.I.H. negotiators had been instructed to meet with union locals involved ar.d the operations back into the in- dustry settlement. The IWA accepted Ihe con- tract proposal earlier Tuesday following 53per-cent approval by its members who have on strike officially Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Oilseeds were one to two cenls lower at session on Lhs Winnipeg Grain Exchange today on com- mission house selling and light exporter buying. Flax was Bi lower- Vancou- ver rapcKeed to Uz lower and Thunder Bay rapeseed to lia lower- Oals, barley and rye were steady in featureless trade. Tuesday's volume was bushels of flax, bush- els of rapeseed and bushels of rye. MID-SESSION Flax- July 1'i lower 2.89ViA; Oct. lower Nov. 1 lov.-er 2.91HA; Dec. ITi lower Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. 21.4 lower Nov. 1'i lower 2.593iA: Jan. IVi lower 2.57-TJA; March not open. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July lower Oct. low-- er Nov. lower 2.51'isA; Dec. lower 2.41JJA. Oats: July V, higher Oct. unchanged Dec. not open. Barley: July ''B lower I.IK: Oct. uKhanged Dec lower Bye: July '1 lower Oct. a; lower I.OJS; Dec. un- changed l-03'.b. WINNIPEG Grain quotes Tuesday (basis Lake- Low Close Calgary livestock CALGARY Receipts or. the Calgary livestock mark- et to 11 a.m., totalled head, mostly choice slaughter High Flax: Jly Oct 234's Nov Dec Hapcsecd Vancouver: Sept. 2 259 290H 201's Nov Jan 259i; Mar 260 and who have contract since since been June West elevators join steers and heifers. Rapcscetl Thunder Bay: Trade was active. Jly 248-.s 2' Slaughter steers were fully Oct, 2521? 250's 2; steady to strong with sales to i 251 35.80. Heifers were steady; Dec cows 50 cents higher with sales Oats: to 28. Bulls were SI higher. J1-v 71 TO12 Choice slaughter steers .15 io'-.Oct 35.70, good 34 lo 35, medium 32 lo ,13.50. Choice heifers 32 Barlfy: lo 3250, good ,10.75 to 31.75, !JIY Hl'i medium 29 lo .10.50. Good !0cL 113 aia 25.75 Lo 27. medium 24 lo Dsc 25.50, canncrs and cutlers la Lo j 23.50. Good bulls 27 to 30. Jly RoplucenicnUs were mainly j Ocl fleshy, short-keep steers in the IM 29H4 2935i 292 'i i 256 233'.i 24313 72'-, HPi 103', HIS Ilti'i fCP) Compa- nies operating grnin elevators westen: Canada h.ivc fln- Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided hy the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton 32.30; murage i Tuesday .12.43. Red Deer ,12.30; average Tuesday 32.46. Calgary 32.40; i.vorage Tues- day :u.51. Ixjllibridge, no salos; average Tuesday 32.59. Moydmin.sler, no sales; aver- age Tuesday no salc.s; aver- age Tuesday flrando Prairio, no snle.s: av- erage Tuesday 31.03. I'aii-view, no salr.s; Tuesday Tolnl hogs sold Tiic-stlay, Average, M.Dfi, Sows nvcrago 23.90. nounccd the formation of the heilv.ier u'cit'hl selling al Western Grain Elevator Asso- i Prlccs -Insufficient slock cialion, Tlie new organtration will deal with grain handling only and uill not become involved in grain markcling policy or pro- motion of salc.s. Reprcsnntalives of Manitoba, Saskatchewan Alberta Wheat Pool. United drain Growers nnd five other compa- nies attended a founding mect- ing. Tho association, In a state- ment Issued loday, said the new orgnniZiit.ion leaves ench mcmbor free to make its own decisions and actions. The main purpose is discus- sion and analysis of grain han-1 dling Issues. The group's hcnd offirc is in Winnipeg. Chairman of Ihe group Is JR. K. Moffnl, genornl manager of Manitoba Pool Elevators. CULTIVATED LAND Canada has 90-mllUon acres of rultivatcd land. calves to establish a market. (Jowl feeder steers more than 750 pounds 34 to 3G. good feeder heifers 30.50 to 34, good slock and feeder cows 23 to 20. Hogs base price 32.40. Lnmhs were lower Tues- day wilh good kinds to 2iJ. I ByGeno Fawcclle Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures nl close Tuesday .Inly. M.HOA; Sept., 35.20N; Nov., IM.I15N. Monday's volume: No con- tracts. I SOIL-LESS SOP LIGHTWEIGHT TURF IS BEING FAsr-OROwN WITHOUT SOIL 3Y A MEW BRITISH PROCESS. SEED ISSOWN OWA SHALIOW RXIL OF SLURRY CCA1POSEO OFART1FICIALPEAT, WETTING AGENTS AND A CARRIER LAYER OF TO SUPPORT GERMINATION.. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- Inr in terms of Canadian funds down 1-32 lo Pound ster- ling up lo NEW YOI1K (CP) Cana- dian dollar up 3-64 al 43-64 In terns of U.S. funds. Pound starling up 19-64 at ;