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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Early market advance erased TORONTO (CP) Prices in j and Metropolitan Stores all sectors of the Toronlo stock to market turned lower, erasing! Among losen early advances in active mid- declined to morning trading today. to The industrial index dropped Pipelines to 1.20 to 16D.06, fields .04 to 159.86, Canada to ?35. base metals .58 to 77.98 and western oils 1.19 to 231.43. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up from j cf his economic program was at the same time Thursday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 105 to 63, with 134 issues unchanged. Banking, low! processing, merchandising oil refining and steel were among the mnrket's weakest sectors. Weldwood was down to Toronlo Dominion J.i to Massey Ferguson to at 895.08. Mclntyre was up among Cans i was up Vs a cific was off 'A at Inco Walker Vi at Sll. Sllt Consumers' Gas '.'i to to I On the Aquitaine dropped 'a to S233i, I Javelin was off CP Ltd. Vs to SlS'.i, Noranda to Imperial Oil to and Placer to Hunter Douglas rose to Consolidated Textile to Denison to Tara to Chieftain 45 cents to and Royal Bank !s to MONTREAL (CP) Prices down in light trading on the Montreal stock market piter '.i at and Scurry ybdenite was up E EDMONTON egg and pouitr by the federal partmcnt. Eggs To p 37; A medium Combined volume on the j B 15; C 6; C Montreal and Canadian Slock j tailers A large 47 to 49; A Exchanges at 11 a.m. was medium 44-45; shares compared with at the same time Thurs- day. On index, industrials dropped 1.45 to 176.34, utilities .Gl to 148.96, banks 1.76 to 205.02. the composite 1.30 to 174.51 and pa- pers .52 to 69.60. der 12, 24; 12 to Highlighting gains on the 18, 2Hz. Live No. Montreal Stock Exchange, Pe-1 brokers, 19. 12, trofina Canada rose Sl'i to 21; 12 to 1 MAJOR OIL COMPANY HAS FOR IEASE HIGH VOLUME SERVICE STATION WITH COFFEE SHOP AND LIVING QUARTERS ATTACHED Located on Highway No, 3 Apply to BOX 110, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Giving Particulars of Experience and Capital Available. NOTICE in the Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolwrly, Koadhmisc and N.Y. (AP) Four-year-old Daniel Annie, 102, 70 years ago yesterday. Their formula HID Oil SALE a.m, Quotes) am. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Hugh Russell Pfd 18.50 Corp Invest 5.37 (CP) The trend towards higher prices in all rapesewl futures playing hide-and-seek with pals yesterday, jumped into a decorative rnilk can marital success, said Annie, is: "We never fought, lor fighting is the devil's 5.55 Husky Oil Corp In St f S.I3 5.61 Alia Easlern 5.15 Husky Oil B a to Dreyfus F U.S. 12.28 13.46 Asamera ..16.37V! Husky Oil War t.n Gr In Shures 3.32 3.S5 Ashland Oil Prov Pipe lino Gr Equity 6.04 6.63 B P Oil, Gas 6.50 Inter Prov Steel 7.50 Invest Gr F 10.55 11.5.. Cdn 5OU1htrn Joule! a Invest Mutual 5.J6 5.75 Con l-xporl Gas 'J.I5 Kaiser 1 ?5 Mutual Ac 5.78 Cdn Home 10.25 Knm Kolla 31 Mutual Gr F 5.16 5.47 Cdn Home Pfrf 1925 Lake Dulault 11 Nat Res o.90 mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. The rapeseed market was up to four cents higher on pood commission house- buying and inter-market parents patio. He was stuck for 30 minutes with only his head out. Firemen broke eggs on his shoulders to make him slippery but that didn't The couple still re.side on the 100- acre farm they benight several years after tlicir marriage, and three of their six children live with them. The BAY, Ont. (CP) Ind Ga- 10.371.4 L. Onl. Pnrl 210 W Fin i.M and rye were also they used a power three children reside in 100 members of lira Brotherhood of Railway Clerks returned to work here Lono Is. .53 MGF 2.00 N W Gr 5.51 6.M Cdn Superior -W.50 Mentor .70 Principal Gr -1.18 ,1.59 Central Del Rio 16.25 i fO Roylund 5.72 Charier 5.55 Pacific Pete Temp Gr 25.17 37.51 Chleflan Rank Orqan 1ROO United Ac 4.83 slightly higher prices on domestic shipper and commission house buying. Oats and cut open the can. MAnniAGE communities. The Martzcs enjoy relatively good health and spend Mlitan Stores first break in a labor dispute which has crippled Pele 36.00 Selkirk Hold. IS.IIl'i A'5 7-" Dynamic Pete 1.18 Shell Cdn 36.25 VANCOUVER j Great Plains 32.75 Shell Inv. Pld. 15.7S Anuk quiet with prices steady to fractionally Pa. (AP) -George C. M a r t z, of their time watching television. Falconbridge Hothmans Trans-Canada and of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission. The clerks reported for work at Ontario's Northland Expl. 1.33 Shell inv Wts 16.75 Arctic Mining .us, 2 Mill City 2.52 Sicks 2 Atlas Explor .32 Key; Cont. .65 Telcrlync 3.K Balh None .68 North Cdn Oil WKt Cdn Seed 4.55 Delh Copper Numac 12.25 IVhitenlss Block Bros 3.M permo 56 CALGARY Brenda volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rye and of head office but there was no immediate repoil on 1.39 Acroll .60 B.C. Sugar IB.OTi Pinnacle .56 Barons Oil ,C5 B.C. Sugar PW 15.75 Piece Gas 1.16 North Cont Copt Inter prices: Flax: Oct. Hi higher PROCESSORS (AP) return would spread to ..'7'i .54 Churchill Copper Ho higher Dec. line of Phase 2 program employees who booked off sick Tuesday, 12.25 Wr-r Warner Col Cellulose 3. CO Scurry Rtiln PIPELINE STOCKS Coronalion Credit 1.10 Spooner 1.3.1 Tr 1.00 Crestbrook F Ind May higher OF PARTIAL erate trading pension parity Petrol 6 65 Gas Tr L A Croyden .'6 West D.-calta 7.30 Ges Tr L Pfd 76.00 Dolly Varden Vancouver: THE HOLDERS OF FUND DEBENTURES, k market today. Jones servants. Mayor Merle Dickcrson Alta Nat Gas Dynasly 5.20 INDUSTRIES Cdn V.' Nnt Gab 19. CO Fort Reliance y< Stock calves sold on ,.m Co'on Credit I'lO Trans Can Pp No. 22 due 1, 1971, should be detach- steady basis. Good feeder steers under Snore C W. Gas 11.25 Union Gas 14.00 Silver Cdn Indus! 13.00 Union Oil 48.25 -.--.enn.L '.a' Canada S S Versatile Mfg from the Debentures before presentation ond cashed by th( holder in the usuol way ot any branch fn Canada cf the Eonk 34.50 to 37, with sale- sf. .61, can Marconi 285 37.20, more than 750 pounds vSon'su (CP) IS ALSO HEREBY in cccordrjnce the terms to 34. Good feeder heifers 575 pounds up 29 to 32.80, sales to 33.30. Good stock steer 09 CPR 13.12' Woodward's A 2J.OO Mdrim Cominco 20.87.., West Cdn Sd 4.50 intern Mosul 7.50 Ccns Ball, 6.121.1 Zenith Elee ..BO futures Thursday close. Nov 32 70B 'Jan 32 70N the said Trust Indenture all interest on any debenture specified in this notice as having been drawn for redemption or any portion there of to be redeemed shall cease from and after the 1st day of November, 400 pounds 40 to 43.50, 400 pounds up X to 42. CaSet io Dom Bridge 23.00 Montreal U- 00 W. Horse Copper l.CT, Domtar v.m Scotia volume: at Lethbrdige day of September, 1971. heifer calves under slore's" 13.62'A Tor-Dom f A 11 A IVI A 33.50 to 36.10, 400 pounds up 31 to 34.50. 7VT TO RESIDENTS OF LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT A representative of the Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission will be available between the hours of a.m. to p.m. at the Department of Social Development Office, Room B-02, lower floor, Houghton Building, 515 7th Street South, Lethbridge, during the week of October 12th to October 15th to answer in- quiries regarding individual medicare. THE ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE COMMISSION CORRECTION! in the Firestone Stores Advertisement On Page 22 of Wednesday, October 6th Herald The information regarding a vouch- er from Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. on behalf of the manufacturer should not have been included. These Vouchers are NOT Available This Year. THE HERALD REGRETS ANY INCONVENIENCE TO FIRESTONE STORES' CUSTOMERS AND THE CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS CO. base price 23.90. Hog sale EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Al- berta Hog Producers Market- ing Board today: Edmonton: 23.90. Average Thursday 23.92. Red Deer: No sale. Average Thursday 23.92. Calgary: 23.90. Average Thursday 23.89 Lloydminster: No sale. Av- erage Thursday 23.65. Grande Prairie: No sale. Av- erage Thursday 23.35. Hog sales 240. Thursday's sales Average 23.91. Sow price 13.G5. YORK AVERAGES 5! 00 30 Indust 896.10 off 5.70 20 Rails 242.32 Off .50 3n.50 15 UliiMies 114.56 up .1 AVERAGES 65 Stocks 309.11 off 1.2 DIMNIK Inserted by the Ditnnik For Alderman Committee SEED PROCESSORS LTD. By J. J. BANFIEtD, Executive Vice-Presiden) end Secretary. 28 75 TORONTO 03 aioi. 20 Indus! 166-90 off 2.36 Volume RE-ELECT W. VAUGHAN HEMBROFF FOR CITY COUNCIL Experienced, Youlhful Representation for ALL Citizens of Lethbridge Inserted by W. Voughan Hembroff Independent candidate for city council Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Mari- time potato future Thursday close. Nov Z.25N; Mar 2.45B; I Apr 2.55A; May 2.90A. i Wednesday's volume: No' contracts. By Gene Fawcelle ICE THICKNESS IS BEING MEASURED BYDROPPINS "RADIO BOMBS' FROM AIR- PLANES. INSTRUMENTS IN THE 'BQV.B5" REGISTER DIFFERENT ACCELERATION LEVELS IN THE TIME BETWEEN THE IMPACT AT THE TOP SURFACE OFTHE ICE AND THE EXIT OF THE "BOMB" ATTHE BOTTOM... ...AUHFTMNSMITTSR SENPS MS WFOMWIOH UP TO THE PLANE OMVWIK GOtS M EXACT THEMCfWfS9.f ENGINEERS Major Oil Company requires shift steam engineers for work at plants located in Central and Southern Alberta. Applicants should hold an Alberta Second Class Steam Certificate. Please reply in confidence with a summary of work and salary history to: Box 132 Lethbridge Herald RECREATION SUPINTENDENT required by PARKLAND REGIONAL RECREATION Applications nre invited to fill the position of Recreation Superintendent for the I'aridond Regional Recreation Council. RESPONSIBILITIES 1. The Department Head responsible to the Parkland Region- al Council. 2. The management of budgets, staff and programs. 3. The development of policy statements for all aspects of program, leadership, foculiy use ond developmenl. EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1. B.A. or BSc in Recreation Administration or related de- tirees and training. 2. Five years of full time experienca in the administration ond management of o recreation service. 3. BB fully familiar with Provincial Government services, qrant programs and the philosophy of regional develop- ment. 4. The personal and educational qualifications to membership in the Professional Institute of Ihe Alberta Recroatlnn ond Parks Association. SALARY Starting at to Application can ho made (o Mr. N. Aspeslet, Parkland Renionnl Council, Dox 130, Evanburg, Alberta. Please (live personal qualifications, rosumo of experience, roterancos aiu! any wiiier (fuiiinuni information on or November 15th, 1971. MOBILE HOM A DREAM TO LIVE IN! 1972 PARAMOUNT 12' x 62'; 3 bedrooms; deluxe furnishings; slatter windows; carpets; gas furnace (with black 7995 INTRODUCING OUR NEW 14'x68' OLYMPICS COMING SOON DOUBLE WIDE BY MODULINE HOMES "THE ONLY THING WE SELL IS QUALITY MOBILE HOMES" MIDWEST MOBILE HOI East on Highway 3 Phone J BLAIRMORE (Taber Highway) 327-1986 Phone 562-2653 "Southern Alberta's leading mobile home dealer" ;