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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 TE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Weclnciday, November 3, 1971 Tiff'1 Nil rl Fanners confused MwccZfcwcoiH Livestock report by mass of paper Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied liy Dohwly, RoiMlliousc and McCunig) LAST BID OR SALE trade three crnts to Mrt-nuih HI imvt ami Anglo I'nikxl Itiree eent.s Ui ni i IK- Murk eniis. iii irail- Gaining oil issues niclnded ti'iv, n i V.'esK'rn Decalta up mils to to ;uul Tdu.-'.nal nidfx five cenLs to h metals to' __ __ l.Ki 10 -npjvfi .117 [d CAUiAHY (CTi A govprn- nn-nt harrnLjc of ru'w farm poli- cies has confused prairie farm- ers, the full) annual meeting of the I'nited (iniin (innuT.s lold today. President. A. M. Uuncimnn farmers in Ihe last year have had lo deal new system. --A proposal lo eliinhiafc the Prairie Kann Assistance Act and payment.s under the Tem- porary Wheat Jte.serve Act. A livestock marketing bill. new xvheai grading sys- tem. A forage diversion sclvn'ie. -A proposal to relocate fann- iur healings adjourned CALGARY tCPi The Ca- nsrlifin Transport Com minion, pvrmiinirn; a bid by Canadian Pacific Ltd. to purchase a 50- per-ceiii interest in Commer- cial Solids Pipe Line Ltd., T 11 o s d a y adjourned hearings until Her "M. A' the next sitting, testimony will in- heard from commission and representatives Csradlnn Pacific and sul- prwliicn-c. During tho f-'xth fla> of the h'M rin q A] minay, j he com m is- v.Tis tivi sulphur prH'jLvrs had a .ance par- ticipate in a proposed sulphur pipL'lino he f nre f'anndinn Pa- cific vas invited sn join the To- n'TUo "I COI'lpt'iPy. V-' president of Ce.mmore-iil Solids, said how- c v r r Canadian Pacific ap- proached Shell Cr.nnda Ltd. About in several before Shell, company of Commer- cial Solids, had resolved its ne- tho sulphur pro XKW YORK fAP Tlie stock m a L k c-1 forged ahead today in moderately active trad- ing, extending Tuesday's mild upturn into a strong rally. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was up 9.C6 at 837.84. Among Canadians. Dome Mines and Walker Goodcrham both advanced s to SfiON and 2 respectively. Hudson Bay Mining and International Nickol were both up to and respectively. On the American Stock Ex- change, Brascan Ltd. gained to Sieis and Scurry Rainbow Oil vras up ;i to SM! i. Tlie confusion of grain poli- of them pFsent inl "or improved marketing of under conditions of world c f t people in a quandary as to their purpose." The government has tried to in.prove agriculture for west- era farmers but. lhat was cot always the result, of their ac- tions" ''The facts of life dictate thai Prairie farmers get only so much help froir: a federal gov- ernment dominated by Eastern interests." Also, separate causes sup- ported by government, opposi- tion, farm commodity groups and general farm organizations nnvr left farm people "con- fused and suspicious of uiar.gc itself." "Despite a'I government ac- tions lo indicate otherwise, no real help was given to support farm prices." Grain flow has increased compared with the last two years, but grain prices liavc remained the same while costs rose. The result, was a low net in- come for Ihe farmer compound- ed hy debts. At the start of Ihe last fiscal year, farmers owed mil- lion for money borrowed under Ihe Advance Payments Act and took an additional million against future grain deliveries. All but million has since been repaid. With .short-term debts paid, tiic farm economy was likely to improve nUhough ihe infla- tion of taxes, machinery and a 1! con sumcr good woi i Id be felt. Agriculture's problems will not vanish in the next year, he said, and young farmers "will continue lo leave the land." "Others, chiefly older people who cannot soil or even rent I heir land, will be forced to work anotlvcr year at a profes- sion that offers them little re- ward, not even hope. "The question of income sup- port of some kind was para- mount this past year and pro- viding the answer to it will re- main the key problem of the The wheat board has done a creditable job in finding mark- ets for Canadian grain and in moving it to but ex- cept for rapesecd the price has not been sirorig. Grain price review Winnipeg Grain lower Jan. Hi lower 2.ftf, March 1U lower WINNIPEG 'CPt Rape- j -M. June nv lower 2.WA. seed prices dropped slightly in; Rapesecd Thunder R a y: a fair lornl and commission Dec. 7 fl. P. Oil, Gas 5.! (Lrln uthpr Export Gas Cdn Home. Ciln Home Pfd Cdn Ind Gris Ccin Long Is. Cdn Superior Central Dol Rio Oifirtt-r r.hioftan Great Cdn Oil Lnchiel Expl. Will City New North Cdn Oil Numac Pan Ocean Per mo Spoons .9 Sa i Hens a.i Total Petrol Ulster 1.7 Wcit Decalla 6.3 Wc-stcoaar Pete B.5 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aquataine 3-i.W Bnnco 5.CH Cdn Brew A 26.5( Ccin Brew D Cdn Pac Inv Pr 92.51 Crowr-ncst Ind. Li.5 Cytjnus A Cygnus B 5.5nwest 6.25 Steep Rock 1.9? Int Pipe 27.25 ns. Rambler UO Tek Corp. 4.05 Inv Gp ft 6. were in Lake .C7 Upper Canade In! Utilities calves selling at' Notice is hereby ;hpnour .13 Western Mtms 2.79 Indust Accept 18.50 aigmont 7 10 Wright Hsrgreaves 1 00 Laurcntirfe B prices. by the Canadian Grain ckenson Wines 55.00 Willroy Kelly Doug A were in relatively that it invites nrson Mines 20.00 Windfall Loeb for ihe purchase or Horn .0-1 Yellov.'knlTe Bear Loblaw A Eldona -W Zenrnac Metro stores of the Canadian Gov- ime Mines 49.00 INDUSTRIALS Massey Ferg 9.25 nalda Abiiibi i.87Vi McMillan Bloc M 03 scovery Mines .65 Alcan 16.75 Moore Corp Ele valor at Lethbridge, Alberta. Malarflc -SO Atgoma Steel 11.75 Molsons A elevator has a storogo si Sullivan 765 Atco Ind fi.50 Molscns B 1675 Iconbridge Allan Sugnr 6.00 North, Cent 13.75 obcx Bell Te! -'-1.50 Power Corp -l (CP) Aver- of bushels, is located on approxi- rst Maritlmes .50 Brazil Trac 16.25 Pries Co prices to 11 a.m. 13 acres of land, and ant Y.K. 7.10 B.C. Tel 53.00 Rothmans the Alberta Hog served by Canadian Paci- antiur 365 B.C. Forest Shell CD A Board Railway tracVoge. adway R.L. 5.CO B.C. Sugar Simpson's 13.87'') Ilinger 33.50 CAE Ind 3.80 Simp Sean 23.35. considering proposals. jdson Bay M-S 17.00 CcJn Brew 6.00 Selkirk A will be given lo tdra Ex. .U Chemcell 4.35 Steel of Can on Bay 3. DO Col Ccllulosa 2.55 Texaco 2i' Deer: 23.45. prepared lo operate D .9-1 Cal Power 2-t.50 Traders Gp A i? elevator as a licensed rr Addlscn 5.EO Coron Credit 1-00 Trans A.Mn Pp 12''] brador 3100 C.W.N. Gas 15.00 Trans Can Pp -.M2'i ke Shore 2.00 Cdn Indusl Union Gab 23.45. Average Tuesday, elevator under the provisions of tho Canada nqis Silver .05 Canada S S Union Oil J-' Act. adsen R.L. .45 Ccin Marconi 2.85 Versatile M'g 3.35 alartic G-F 56 Cdn Vtckers Westcel 1? W rtin McNee'v Chrysler 3e.37'z Union Car No sales. Average Tuesday, proposals, addressed to the Secretary of the clntyre 61.50 CPR B 13.75 ta .09 Cominco IB 37', j A 12 drim .UVa Cons Bath 550 West Cdn Sd No sales. Average Tuesday, Grain Commission, 267-167 Lombard Ave., Win- ern Mogul 6.BS Cons Gas 19. TO Zenith Elec 2.05 ft West Home 7-50 Dist Sea 51.50 BANKS w Athona .11 Dom Bridge 22.CO Can imperial Prairie: 22. CO. Average Tuesday, 2, Manitoba, and endorsed "Proposal to Purchase ft Calume! .IS Domtar 9.50 Montreal 15.75 Horse Copper 1.65 Dorn Textile 17.25 Noua 37 hogs sold 227, total Lease Canadian Government Elevator ot Lethbridge, rands 3.150 Dom Stores 13.50 rthoate 5.35 Dome Pete 27.25 average will be received rlex .23 Dofasco 20.50 Tor-Dom average Noon, November 1971. particulars of ihe Neiv York by and property may be obtained from the Secre- Okla. (AP) at the above address. (Supplied By Richardson Securities of woman who ate highest or any offer nr T end T scars 9D.M 30 Golds up .18 conda 1I.87V3 Sid Oil of N.J. 10 Base Mel 68.85 up from her grandcliild's trick-or-treat sack lapsed necessarily accepted. th Steel 2< 75 Texas Gulf 11325 15 W Oils 199 26 up and Manitoba, -ysler Texas Co 31. Volume msaf 53.75 Wickes Corp NEVy YORK Tuesday she appeared 3, )971. ponl 144.75 Woolworth J 78 v.'estinghouse Elec 87.25 30 E37.E3 up on a drug-induced "bad MARTENS, f 26.00 i, c- ctppi j; 20 Rails 226.00 up Tlie woman, Mary R. De- and Harvosrer 24.00 1'. 15 Ulilities 112.02 up .70 nn Copper 2.! 15 TORONTO AVERAGES 45 slocks !91 0, up" 3 was admitted to hospital of Administration. jntqomery Ward 3075 20 Indus! 161.55 up 214 Volumf for I Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live: beef futures close Tuesday. Nov 33.75B; Jan Mar 32.GOB; May 30.50B. Monday's volume: 15 con- tracts. Potato futures WINNIPEG- (CP) No trades Tuesday on the Mari- time potato futur i trades Monday. APPOINTMENT MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES h pleased to rinnounco (hat JOHN REIVER Has rejoined their Sales Staff and effective immed- iately will be rcsidpnl Salesman at their Blairmore Branch. John i', well qualified in the mobilo home sales field and is looking, forward to meeting new friends and customers in tho Crowsncst Poss area. John was born and educated in having more recently tnkr-n a Business Administration course at ihe Uthbridgo Community College. Ho looks forward to introrJucina. you to Ihe new Park- wood, Paramount and Glendalo line of Mobiln Homos for 1972. By Gene Fawcette A TOOTHPASTE TU5E WHICH ROLLS ITSELF_LR AND HEAT-SET IMA PERMANENT CURL, STRAISHTEKiS OUT WHEN FILLED, BUT TENDS TO ROLL UP AGAIN TO FORCE OUT THE PASTE WHEN THECAPIS REMOVED... Seif-COllAKIN6 CONfAINK ALSO USfff FOR SHAMPOO, HAIR AND OTHea PRODUCTS TUBfS.r Again at HEINTZMAN-by Popular Demand YOU'RE INVITED WED., NOV. 3rd 10 a.m. 5 p.m. THURS., NOV. 4th 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Ne proudly present MILDRED ALEXANDER affectionately known as the organ's "ALEXANDER THE GREAT" HAMMOND CONCERT ORGANIST AND TEACHER SHOWROOMS TWO DAYS ONLY WHERE THE ACTION IS MILDRED ALEXANDER will demonstrate the many new model HAMMOND ORGANS Displaying the Dynamic Artistry and Stylings for which she is so renowned This is a "MUST" for the whole family HEINTZMAN 313 7th Street S. Phone 328-2663 ;