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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 8, THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 19 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM The Herald Business GOSHINMON In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Kame Goshinmon, who passed away March 8, 1932, in Lethbridge. Forty-two lonely years have passed away, Since our great sorrow fell- The shock that we received that day We still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness Our secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely And everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper "Cheer up and carry on." remembered by Cana and Toss, Ohama and all the grandchildren. 9910 ZUBIK In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather Alex Zubik who passed away on March 8, 1963. I sit alone and think of you And think of how you died Every day I I've longed for you, every day [I've cried. No one knows my sorrow There are few who see me weep, I shed my tears with aching heart While others are asleep. If steps could be made from heartaches By adding tear drops too, We would build a stairway to heaven And climb it every day for you. remembered, loved and sadly missed by his wife Annie, son Allan and daughters Lillian, Jane and family. 9912 SMITH In loving memqry of our dad, Gordon R. Smith, who passed away March 9, 1965. remembered by Colin, Dale, Cindy, and Kim. 9911-9 CARDS OF THANKS PARR I wish to sincerely thank everyone for their kindness during my recent ill- ness, through cards and visits. Thanks to the maternity staff at St. Michael's and the doctors from the Haig Clinic for the care given me and my daughter. Parr 9909-9 IRVINE We wish to thank our families and friends who were so helpful and kind during our recent bereavement, for the flowers, cards, masses, food and to all others who helped in any way. A special thank you to the Oblate Fathers and the Sisters. Lawrence and Rose Irvine 9906 KLASSEN Jacob J. We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all the relatives and many friends who were with us in our recent bereavement in the loss of a husband, father and grandfather. Our thanks to all those who sent flowers, cards, food, placed Gideon Bibles in his memory and who showed expression of sympathy. Our thanks to the doctors and nurses of the Coaldale Community Hospital who attended him during his sudden illness. A special sincere thanks to Rev. Peter Retzlaff, Rev. Wm. Pauls and Rev. Peter Schelenberg for the comforting words of hope. We also thank the ladies who served the lunch. Aganeta Klassen and Family. 9908-9 Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McQualg Ltd.) investment WESTERN 5.75 AND 5.00 7.00 Cdn Seed 3.70 Min 1.35 A Pfd Ashland Yukon 8.62V: Alta East LINE STOCKS BP Gas A Brenda Gas Pfd 63.00 Can Nat Gas 19.25 Cdn Ex Nat Gas 9.75 Cdn Metro 6.37VZ Cdn Ind Gas Metro A Pfd 64.00 Cdn Long and C Gas 12.75 and C B Pfd 24.50 Cdn Trans 10.50 Dome Pipe 33.00 A Pfd Fort B Pfd 37.00 Giant War 5.00 Gibraltar Trans 23.75 Trans Wts 3.75 Gt Gt Cdn Oil .70 Lochiel Oils .11 Lytton Continental .Q2Vi Noble Warner .31 North Cdn Pancdn Explor .33 Pan Norse 1.30 3.30 .97 Place Varden .49 Res .18 Ranger Oil Scurry 8.65 Northair Mines 3.65 .08Vi Spooner Total .14 Silver Standard 2.30 Ulster Copper 8.50 United West Brewing 2.90 Industries .15 2.05 Acres Pete .53 BC Sugar A Pfd Block Pete .19 ponderay Explor 1.05 Cdn Pac Inv A Intl Res .79 Com Cap Corp Carling O'Keefe A Pfd Carling O'Keefe B Pfd Crestbrook 24.00 28.1 2V4 FUNDS All Cdn Compound 6.54 7.11 All Cdn Dividend 6.85 7.45 All Cdn Ventures 3.55 3.86 Crowsnest Grow F 4.74 5.21 Falcon Copper F and M 5 Special 2.52 Cdn Invest F 5.09 5.58 Mutual 5.28 5.79 Global Com unit Home Inter 14.08 Com Leverage 3.29 Home Venture 5.94 Hud Bay investors 6.53 7.18 Hud Bay Invest S F 4.96 5.45 Hud Bay A Fund US 10.96 12.01 Hugh Russel C Pfd Husky Oil Husky B Pfd Husky D 22.75 40.50 Pacific 4.63 5.06 Grpd Income Shares 3.12 3.43 Growth Equity 7.50 8.24 Invest Grow F 12.52 13.68 Husky E Mutual 5.93 6.48 Hys of Canada Inter Prov Pipe Inter Prov Accum 6.15 6.76 Mutual Growth F 3.26 3.58 Nat Resources 5.02 5.52 Kaiser Cdn 5.55 6.10 Kaiser Res Growth 4.77 5.24 Loblaw C Pfd Magnasonlcs Pacific 5.25 Grow 4.60 5.05 Provident Mutual 7.63 8.35 Royfund 6.92 7.20 Pac West Grow 7.68 8.41 Pe-Ben Accum 4.70 5.16 Rainier Savings 8.20 9.02 Royal 5.82 6.40 6.27 6.87 Toronto industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) 1111 Vf-fcl 14.75 M. mil V Forest 19.75 Sugar A 22.25 Valley Ind 28.62% OTTAWA (CP) Industry He said the law applies to 16.12% Minister Alastair Gillespie ta- takeovers of Canadian busi- bled in the Commons nesses with gross assets of 14.25 Ind 11.00 Carling O'Keefe 3.75 Chemcell 5.37% Thursday a 25-page list of more than or gross Brunswick regulations that foreign revenue of more than Canada 7.87% Cellulose 7.25 Cal Power 24.62% Coron Credit 2 35 investors must comply with to million by any foreign Gas Pfd 10.00 take over control of Canadian individual, group, corporation Plral Industries 19.50 business firms. or Marconi 3.60 Cdn Vickers 17.25 The three-part set of regu- DEFINES INVESTORS lations under the recently- Canadians who nave Uved eLna0kuer enacted Foreign Investment outsjde Of Canada for five or .29 2.30 18.37V4 CPR 16.87V4 Cominco 32.00 Cons Bathurst 18.37% gSWE" vesiors suojeci 10 ine law, be considered foreign o-eidona sets forth rules for calculating investors under the act Dome 50.00 .46 Gas 17.75 Oist Seagrams 45.12% Oom Bridge 42.00 Domtar 26.50 Canadian firms subject to the except have bS gBTKT" act. and lists detailed assigned to full-time duties East suiiivan information that must be by Canadian provided about both the government employer or busi- foreign purchaser and the or nave fuU.tiine Giant 8.25 3.15 .32 .68 Textile 10.25 Dom Stores 1.45 Dome Pete 42.25 Dofasco 32.62% Glendate Mobile 6.62% Grt Cdn Oil 9.75 General Motors 50.12% Canadian firm to be pur- ctiidpnU at a Granduc chacfvi stuaenis at a recognized Lakes Paper 24.62% Gulf Oil Cda 35.62% A _ educational institution in Hudson Bay Of the utmost importance, another country. Mr. Gillespie Hydra the investor is required to pro- .79 17.00 Hawker Sid 6.50 Hiram Walker 53.00 vide details of his plans for toe Quebec Canadian business in order for In these latter cases he Kerr .25 Erie 28.75 Imperial Oil 39.12% Imasca 31.37% the government to be able to (Canadian citizen) may reside Key Nickel 37.87% determine whether the outside Canada for up to 10 Pipe 21.00 Inv Group A 6.87% proposed investment offers consecutive years without Langis Intl 1930 significant benefit to being considered a 'non- Canada." Mr. Gillespie said in eligible' person." he said. 2.35 Accept 19.62% Kaps 4.70 Kelly Douglas A 5.12% a statement. Although the act has not yet 11.50 "Significant benefit to formally been 3.90 1 nhlaw A R Canada will be assessed n Q.OV Metropolitan 13.00 terms of prospective West Ferg 19.87% on. for example, employment. exports. furtSerproceS of resources, development of TOKYO (AP) A group of 53.25 7.00 Bloed 30.75 Moore Corp 51.62% Moteons A 22.87% Motsons B 21.87% local suppliers, industrial four Japanese companies is efficient and competition, considering setting up a joint technological development all-cargo airline to operate be- Quebec Man and innovation, and parti- cipation by Canadians as Kawasaki Risen Rio 23.87% 1.75 .27% 1.20 7.87% North Cent 12.62% Power Corp 12.00 Price Co 15.75 Peyto 8.37% RothfTisos 13.37 Shen CDA 19.75 shareholders directors Ltd. announced Roman B managers and technical A spokesman said personnel, he added. the group plans to file an 2.30 Sears 12.12% Steel Canda 34.12% Selkirk A 13.75 "The proposed investment application this spring with TekCorp A will also be judged in terms of transport ministry. its over-all compatibility with Two Boeing 707 jetliners western -28 19.75 48.50 Traders Grp A 17.12% Trans Mtn Pipe 16.12% Trans Can Pipe 33.00 federal and provincial would San economic policy objectives." Francisco and New York, Copper Mines Wright Hargreaves 230 Carbide Union Gas 10.00 Union Ofl 13.25 Mr. Gillespie said. Siscoe 1037% 8 25 2225 22.87% A 23.37% Cdn Seed 3 65 AUTOMOTIVE Steel Atoolnd 18.62% Oec 2.60 BANKS Cdn 30 75 Ind Bell Te1 Brascan A 44.25 17.12% 2062% Nova Scotia 40.12% Royal 38.00 ToTonto-Dom 39.75 AUTOMOTIVE T4T 1887% CALGARY and UETHBRIDQE Beth. Bee. U.S. Steel 42.87% Tel. Pec. 26.00 Capital investment AVERAGES 20 Industrials 225.54 up .0< with inventory assistance Motors Golds 514.70 down Base Metals 105.40 up 1.07 Western Oils 28685 up 82 ftoply 1.752XJOO V p 1 Ward Sears sw. on 01 87.00 YORK AVERAGES 20 JDOuStrtals 874.14 up S.08 20 RaflS 195.33 up .50 93.62 up .06 Co. Win Stocks 278 46 wp 1.16 vcflwme New coin designs From left, a Colonial drummer boy, Independence Hall and Liberty Bell over- lapping the moon are the Bicentennial reverse coin designs chosen to appear on the U.S. quarter dollar, half dollar and dollar, respectively, Secretary of Treasury George Shultz and Mary Brooks, director of the Mint, announced Thursday. The winning designs are shown as quarter dollars but will be minted as indicated, ac- cording to the treasury department. TSE utility stocks lower in active trading TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were lower in fairly active mid-morning trading today. The industrial index, consid- ered the main indicator of market trend, was off .26 to 225.24 and golds 3.43 to 521.47. Base metals gained .45 to 104.78 and western oils 1.28 to 267.31. Volume by 11 a.m. was 1.10 million shares, down from 1.23 million at he same time Thursday. Advances edged declines 151 VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were up in heavy trading on the Vancouver Stock Exchange Thursday. Volume at the close was shares. In the industrials, Jolly Jumper led trading, up .05 at on shares. MacMillan Bloedel was up .50 at on shares. Key Industries was unchanged at .13 on 5.200 shares. Wardair was up .15 at and Four Seasons was unchanged at .98. In the mines, Consolidated Fortune Channel was up .01 at .49 on shares. Consolidated Coast silver was up .02 at .48 on shares. Cutlass was up .06 at on shares. Pine Lake was up .02 at .17 on shares. Brendan Ltd. was down .19 at .45 and Cypress Resources was down .05 at In the oils, Davenport was unchanged at .94 on shares. Payette River was down .05 at .52 on shares. Seneca was up .12 at to 149 with 214 issues un- changed. Chemical, utility, commu- nication and paper and forest stocks were among sectors of the market to decline while steel, merchandising, general manufacturing and construction and material issues were higher. Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper was off to General Motors to Noranda A to Banister Vz to V4 and Maple Leaf Mills Vz to Market trends on shares. Rose Pass was unchanged at .50 on shares. Cop- Ex mining was up at and Freehold was up .02 at MONTREAL (CP) Prices were generally higher in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today. Volume at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Thursday. Utilities rose .38 to 149.03. banks .61 to 292.21. the composite .30 to 233.16 and industrials .22 to 248.11 while papers fell .35 to 136.65. Asbestos Corp. rose "4 to Dome Petroleum to Canron Ltd. V2 to and Placer Development Ltd. Vt to while Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper fell 1 to Among speculative issues, White Star Copper Mines Ltd. rose one cent Livestock Calgary Hog prices CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. Friday at the Calgary public stockyards totalled 330 bead, practically all replacements. Trade was active. No slaughter steers or heifers were on offer. A few cows sold steady. Cows, Dl, D2: 33.50 to 35. D3: 31.50 to 33. D4: 27 to 31.50. Replacements were mostly feeder heifers and stock calves. Heifers sold barely steady. A few replacement steers weighing 575 650 pounds sold about steady. Stock steer calves were steady. Heifer calves were mostly in the 400- 500 pound range, selling steady. Good feeder steers 575-650 pounds: 50 to 50.90. Good feeder heifers: 35 to 39.90. Good stock steer calves more than 400 pounds: 45 to 54. Good stock heifer calves more than 400 pounds: 38 to 41.75. Hogs fob to 11 a.m.: 43.85. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Friday. Mar-46.00: Jl.v-52.90B: Sep-5210B Wednesday's volume: Three contracts. QoldfuturM WINNIPEG (CP) Cold Futures. U.S. funds. Winnipeg Commodity Exchange close Thursday. Apr 74-167.35B: Jly 74-173.90B: Oct 74-I79.50B: Jan 75-186 30B: Apr 75-I92.40B Wednesday's volume: 466 contracts. MONTREAL