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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ lETllORlOO? Friilcy, M' TOHOXT'd K'l'l liu'rt Is- 1 null Slierrill 'i Mies on the Tuninto stock mar- Shell C'aiuula druppccl rj to kct moved lower while in Imasco 1 to 'i, llollin- nil other sectors moved higher j ger 'i to Great Plains i to in moderate mid-morning tract- S33 and Total Pete 45 cents lo iaf today. S7.5U. Tile industrial ir.dox was up to M. base melals .16 jo S i i I- Prices blt in 37 to 205 and pa- pers ,lf> lo hanks .til to C o in h i 11 si li volntno on tlio Monti oal antl Canadian slock was shai'es. On tiu- MixHiTiil Ktuck Kx- ui> h> SMil, Trans Moun- luiti Oil Line lo S2-11-, j and.tores, Dome PcU'oleuni lost "t to SoM1-.- Lind Canada and Dominion Sugar 'j to On tho Canadian Stuck Ex- change. Crawford Allied gained 111 to on volume of shares wliile Flint Stock I off thret! eenls to on shnres. rotn tn unicat ions, nifubirinl utilily and estnU1 slci'ks viere unions .in of tlie iiidusti'ial index'.-, I? Banking." ehoinical, mcrchamlis drifted mrxloraloly lower General Distributors up "i tu Slater. Walker to siii'i. BP CanacJa to Slandiirtl lo and .MatUigaiui I lo Xtj. up to SUK's, Maclfiui-Hiinti'i' A ;v lo Puiiif lo DoiHsoii tit Krancana 20 Lewis raps oil vSiinds remission (CF> Fixleral remission of million lo Great Canada Oil Sands Ud. is "a much more scandalous affair than others being presented the eratic FJarly, said Thursday. lie called the government's remission, sealed Dec. 22, a Christinas present to the com- pany. Speaking al a confer- ence, Mr. Lewis criticized thp Progressive Conservative party and the media for divert- ing public attention from "Can- ada's real issues" by exploit- i n f! sucii n [f airs as I he froy case. perfectly obvious that here st npidi ty invol ved but uhat in lias it all lo do with the welfare of i Canada." Mr. Lewis also said (hat in (he rush to get Alberta re- lo ['KICKS ItlSK NiiW YOKK (API Stock i market prices rose firmly in j today's market after a mild i Atari. Trading wris active. At noon, the DJW Jones aver- I age of industrials up i to Advances fi-lo-.i iea.-J over r'jclincs on the New York i Exchange. I Among Mclnlyrc -Porcupine advancctl 2 to Domp Mines was up lo SG-P i while Walker Gooderham at 5-S7 and A lean at a hoi h a tl- vanced On the American Sloirk lix- j change, Brascan Ltd. al S'.lPi and Canadian Javelin al both advnnced '.s. sal sale EDMONTON agcs Prices to n a-m' Aver- provided l -Marketing Board: Edmonton: 2JMP, Tiiurscay Red Deer: Thursday 2H.35. C a 1 g'a r y: 29.GO, Thursday Letlibridgc: Nil, a vc r a Thursday 29.02. Llovdminster: average average average out of the ground, the Consen-atho government of Nil. 'rairie: average The province and, the corpora- j. lions arc "paying litile atten- TJon to Canada's "The corporations are only j in it for the huck and 1 have no j time for the Tories of this prov- mce who simply go along with j the corporation on this." J _ Total h" soki Tola aver-; fiows average 20.05. j Livestock OHTHf PIRSOfJAL SUKSLASSEB THAT POUStE ASATELESCOFE, TVV09DE LEASES MOUNTED INTHE EARPIECES CAM 3E USED FOR DISTANTWEWINGWriSN CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock mar- ket lo 11 a.m., about Ml) head; mostly replacements and cows. Trade was aclive. A few slaughter steers and heifers were steady, quality considered; cows were mostly i medium and eanner kinds at fully steady prices: no bulls j offered. i Gcod lo tow choice slaughter [steers In medium jM.M lo heifers SI .2.1 f lo mecnnn 29 to 31. (Joed cows lo 25. medium 21 to 2o, cannci's and cutlers 2n to 2t, j Replacement cattle were j mostly steers and heifers nf be- j tiveen S7J and 750 pounds and I stock calves between -130 and i.iSO fjouncls. on all grades and classes were fully steady to btrong, Go'd feeder steel's than j (50 pounds 38 to il.2D. more j llvin 7.10 pounds -It lo feeder -I Vi with ,-aics Irr .Tim sfoer ralvrs y, to stock heifor calves -V) tn Hogs basR price 29.50. Toronto wimix, paymcnls In lu loving me- I Supplied It.v UichnrilMni Seciirllirs cil of of a dear wife, mother Hid OK cost tiLXpaver 13 i tl c a r brother, v lliul, who grandmother, (icinma, who passed away March 2, I9C8. A length of time can take WESTERN OILi Oil At S (CO Your per- 1 Ilial sliiniW liavc been paid 2, A'niirpx 5 STI Oil P t? n Gr T 1 89 6 bill will be about 13 the Temporary Wheat T h P thoughts of you from day Infrr Pipe i V-J J in 501 llic Liberal Act amount lo jjf J stream of day. Ashland 1 M31 j Irvlcr Prcv SleM N V-' C-- A.Pt E-P Oil 6.10 Rci .1 TO Princionl Gr -H.S? OT Tcta Pel? 7. is Trnn Cda B Jl.SP; Lytun Mirwalt prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Hape-seed prices pooled good advances al mid session on in default. The government finally withdrew its grains legislation and scrapped it. The information on the interest payment was given to the Commons yesterday by Otto Lang, minister- responsible for the wheat board, in reply In loving memory of a dear friend, Dwaine Wiest, 'U'ho passed away Ularch 3rd, 1970. There is a link death earnings Ulster 1.60 Trans Ccln A -'3. 15 JJ V" f5 Trans Cdn 371 "vrnnipd VJesP Pet? 1? CO U'C Trans 30.25 Silver Standard Grain Exchange by John Burton (NDP Ilcgina itnci remembrance MISCELLANEOUS WC 10-87'' INDUSTRIES MUTUAL FUNDS Vatifv 7 5 5 's.SQ Al Cdn Di'.'irf ID 7? INDUSTRIALS Cc-i Pre1." A 11 no Al Cdn Vent -i.P' J.I5 Fleck Bros ].4ti Ccfn Brev B Gr F 7.0? 7.1 1 B.C. Suqar 30 w Can Pacific Irw ?7 42' j AGF Special J.51 tnpl Infer buyers met light hedge offerings lo push, the i prices in tliat commodity up to tliree eenls above previous close levels. Some inter said interest was calculated on the rate the wheat board )aid to (he chartered banks for money borrowed between Aug 1970. and Oct. 12, Kvcr remembered bv Simpsons Ud. reports a 10.8-per-cenl increase in sales and a increase in nft earnings fur Ind 2'. '5 Cdn Inveil F 5.04 5.52 CrestbrocV: r Ind i.70 alcn puirlpnt in fvanui A 6.J5 Col Mulufll 4.B3 7.55 M df> In lovini! Ccpp.r 3'f? mon- of our dear c-ensia' IMG cT'o invcs.1 M3 pnduVr O I b p r cominorlitics wprc lovcl ami Julia I unset h 43 ner cent owned by Simpsons Lid., had an Hrjrr.n 0 Dreyfus r U.S. Res, ,95 Hud Bay Co 50 C.r In Shores J.J5 OILS Hi J Bay Oil 4J.CO Gr Equly "'.3S E.Q7 Alcany Oil S5 Hud Day Oil Ptd 5J.CO Invest Gr r 12 J? 13.30 Pl.iini Pet'; .30 Hvqh Russell ;S50 Invest Murual 5-61 6.3SV.'esl Explor .IS Miscellaneous quotations Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doiicrty, McCunig Liniilctl) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quoles) a.m. Ouofesj Ul.tO a.m. Guclesl Ml NES Pinp Poinl 3! JH 2? of trade Thursday was -isj.noc bushels of flax, of rapesced and of rve. MID-SESSION PRICES Flax: May U higher 2.72'4B; .July higher Oct. U lower 2.713jB; Nov. not Itapeseed Vancouver: March 3 higher 2.58; June Hs higher 2.37'tB: Sep. higher 2.5SU; higher Ilapesced Tliundcr Bay: May "s higher July designation BUTTE, Mont. (AP) The Buile Local Development Corp. and Hie Small Business Administration are seeking a federal disaster designation for the up-lown area which was ravaged fire Monday. If approved, the A u il r e y ntul llarler.c jiiHsetli, ;mrl grandmotlior Justine Doinso, passed away suddenly March 3, 1950, Manv years have come ancl left Since the time we saw our family best, Deep in our hearts your memories are kept. To love, to cherish and never forget, remembered and sadly missed by Justine, Leslie rmd 1 increase in sales coir.uarci! with a year earlier. Simpsons Ltd. 1ms earnings of S17.23I.OOO or a share, up from or 82 cents 3 share during 1970. Sales reached compared with a year earlier. The company's profit from its interest in Slmusons-Sears amounted to SI, compared with in 1970 and is included in net earnings for "''C' 'il n Gi cV Oir" 2. Ocl. "i higher Nov. ai higher mean low-interest loans had a profit of would he available to the _' _, J 7f> Gen SJ.CO Radians Gf Pan ".15 2n-cO Rio Alyom l.'.JS Oil cda ;C May unchanged Pfl'iA; July unchanged 69A; Oct. destroyed in the So million in memory of or a snare, compared with or Bruni'.vk'-. 3. JO Roman Ccrp suffering husband, father, a i "MM" ooo cassrar UJ5 silver Miner HlJr0V, Frio 3o.5o Barley: May unchanged cS'1 P3' n 1'OG1'1 A preparing balance sheets for their operations before John Rnno Norlin, passed away on March 3, during ID70. 2U5 jl-CS'-tB; Oct. not and gelling estimates cannot bring the old STlilAM CAR Vfoi; May unchanged of Mass. (AP) __ A r-s Ocl. 1 i When we were all together, higher 9iiB. But secret tears and engineering company IJiat developed a steam engine M'nf 21. en mat. .C-61': 4- M INDUSTRtALS quotes Tnunfday 1 basis Lakehear] High Will be us forever. Ever remembered by signed a contract lo help Chrysler Corp. adapt cars to run on (he new power plant. 1 IK and the subcontract, Steam Ffllccobririge A1lan '''iMro 274 27! 'i 272 ,llv 20S Sid and fani il v Howard, Pat and .Systems Corp. will pro-hide installation design, com- If Bell3 Tel '-5.7S J "jr] GanfY K R C0 Brazil Trnt 2115 rjorth, Cc-nt 6.60 Eovir, 2 75 8-f-. Tel 6-i 00 Ccrp 273 270 272 Nov old, Beruie and fann'Iv. performance evaluation, and cos! esli males for potcntia Gran due 5. CO Burns Price fo 6.CO Head'.vay R.l. ;.CO B.C. Fcrnsl Roftiman'. 19.63 Vancouver Mar ?551j 255 (CPI llip fVim "II '-i-- __ of the engine. 39. CO B.C. Sugar 1000 Cf Cnro 21 M Hurtson Bay W-S 35.50 Bow Valley 31.621: sheM CDA J0 257's 2j4-B i mons agreed in principle 1 LJ O J JUilll IJ In loving memory of a Hydra Ei, .19 CAE Ir.d Simpson's 3550 l Irfin Bay 365 Cdn Bre.v E T5 SFrr 3A M io 1.70 Chemcell 5.-5S o, Carl 257-u 254 N'ov lo set up a new chartered bank that one MP thinks will ivho passed awav March 3, Joliet Quecec 2-: cai cpilultrte 03 rk A 71 w Kerr Addiscn 9.6S Cal Power 26 M -f'Varo 4500 Key ?5 Crerfil 1-30 Traders Go A T7 JO 2.65 cd'n" li'" Tra" On Pp Thuntlcr Bay May 2-in1i 243'.b Jly 245 ".2 243 5s 245 very good place lo put legitimate money and money which might not be so many things have happened, yon were called LOANS FROM A COMPANY Peters many things to share KNOW i I' a Marct-ni "k '5 Union Oil 25 lold the Commons i Chrysler 13.17'i 'AesiccT 71 Bank of Canada, you been left to foan will NOT be assist 11 CPR V1'" Union Car ''svilt probably many times we needed VDLJ can be of (jjr and Midrim Cornincc 73 7S Wsbton's B nfem 11 M Ccr'5 w a r d s A jfi.CO New V.'sst Home Cons GAi V.'cst Cdn 3d 69 Oct as a depository for moneys being made in PO many Limes cried, Tf love could have saved JcjIinRs B No bonuses. No hidden .1? Cdn W..N. T'.CO Elec 2 only from legitimate never would have lo 01 ast of your Hcrse Copper ?.20 n Bridge car, Imperial W 100' but in investments broke our hearts to Up lo 1 3 years lo repay. r fJcrana-a 39.35 Domtar 3.37! 3 I091 areas as lour.jppro'.d service. Oi.iko .J4 Dame J3 u M VIS The bill was passed by the Sc-i nale last missed by mom ant dad. 73 i Bpfh Steel 31. i5 GuH li w Oils UD Chrysljr Volume 1 ComSil JJ. 12', Ccrp'iNEW YORK (CP) Live beef futures Public Service function publique Acclv.onn 10 Indust 91J.79 up 6.02 17 v Uesl.nghousp E Ice 7 13 Rails 357.93 up .67 irS'Harvtslir 30 75 U Sl Steel JI.6J' s 15 Utilities 1117S up 35.70A; Mav 34. USB; Jly BT Canada Cafriada Ccpper TOSONTO AVERAGES 65 Stccks 323.09 up 1 volume: 20 Montgomery Ward JJ.H'.j M Indus! 503.1.1 up .7! 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