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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Livestock Monday sales 450 hogs. All asses ot good quality weaner nd feeder hogs incl very good etnand al sleady to strong iriccs, Wcancrs: 9 lo ight feeders under 100 llw. 5.50 lo 21; heavy feeders 100 lo 10 Ills. 22.50 to 27.25: heavy cedcrs over 130 Ibs. 32 to 30. 11 prices per head. Light fccd-rs under 100 Ibs. sold from 24 o 2850 per cwt.; heavy feeders vcr 100 21 lo 23.50 per wl; bred sous and gills 45 to per head. Dutcher hogs sold slonday nl the Lei hbridgc ards 27.55 b.ise price. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts n the Calgary livestock mar-el lo 11 a.m., about 850 head; mainly slaughter slix-rs. Trade va.s active. Slaughter steers vserc 25 enls higher; heifers were carce and 35 ccnls higher; caws ware steady us were a few medium bulls. Ciioice slaughter steers 35.25 0 36, good 34.25 to 35.35, report um 32. no to 34.25, heifers :n to :M.GO. 32 lo 33, riKXliuni 30 lo 32. Good cows 27 (o jncclium 25 to 27, c aimers and cullers 22 to 25. Medium bulls 27.50 lo 28.50. Replacement, catllc were scarce with most of the offering heavier feeder slcers. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 34.5Q to 3C.50 light kiiids higher. A few good slock steer calves 40 lo -lu. bnse price drivers are blamed L tor liigh accident rale 1 to Cominco >i to Imperial Oil '.a to Denison -Is to and Bank of Nova Scolia lo SMS, CDnll Ltd. was up >'z to St2, Kerr Addison 20 cents to ?9.50, Northland Oils five cents dip rade 1.25, Gianl Yellowknife 25 cenls o SB. 25 and Canadian Imperial lank >i lo -IGIIT TRADE MONTIIEAL (CP) Prices lumped in all sectors in light morning trading on the Mont-cal slock markcl today. On index, ir.duslr als were off 79 to 202.82, utilities .01 to 03.35, banks .H lo 252.12, Ihe composite .61 tn 200. 44 and papers .19 to ni.ec. Combined vo ume on tho and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares compared with at (he same time Monday. In losses on the Montreal Stock Exchange, Cominco was off Ve lo Noranda Mines to Guaranty Trust lo ;13, B.C. Telephone tt lo 3ominion Textile lo Is and Consumers Gas V, to In gains, Ultramar Co. was up li to SflVs, Rapid Data systems 1.2 lo SIK't and Royal Trust lo SWA. On Hie Canadian Slock Exchange, HRD Ltd. was up to 56. DJA OFF NEW YORK (AP) Tlie stock markel slipped loday in moderate trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 3.08 a 937.64. Declines led advances on Ihe New York Slock Exchange by less lhaji 3 lo 2. Among Canadians, Inlerna lional Nickel declined t o 532- Bud Dome Mines was of V.'i to On Ihe American Stock Exchange, Scurry Rain bow Oil declined lo Prices on the American Stock Exchange's most active list in eluded Teleprompler, off Vi a Tokheim Corp., up 2 a SlHi; and Delta Corp. of Amer ica, off n at (iundy profit up TOR ONTO CP Wood fiiindy LirRtwL Cnnadian-ovncd and hontl firm, re-poi'Ls it.s 1971 net profit was million, up from million the previous year. This Ihe first tiino the privately-owned firm has published its cnrnings. New federal tegtslntion requires publication of earnings hy federally incorporated companies wild assets of more than million and an-mini sales greater than million. Wood Gundy's gross operating revenue for 1971 was million and for 1970 revenue was million. Total assets at the end of 1971 were million, up from million a. year Ill cl Toronto mines, industrials (Snpplirtl Hy Hichardson Sccnrlllrt of Canada) fie LAST BID Oil SALE re a.m. Quolesl am, QuoiiM i.m. MINES Osiiko .1} DrJftiro 37 Ql L -1" Plrve Point 53 1J.JS 5l Alb 1.60 Fd of Amer 7300 Akaikha 41 Placer 34 ?5 G, Cdn iia Bralorna S.35 P.C. Cxp. EG Gci A'.oTors B3M rr Broulan 33 Quebfir Wan .n Gt LeV'es Pep 17 35 1 13 Gulf Cda 2fl 15 Pl Brunswick .0! RflQiore .JS IB. CC Canadi Tung. .77 RTg Algcrn 17.35 Hav.kpr S'd 110 1 Rornan Corp 7.10 HLrcn. Erie 37.H ll1 Cfnlr.nl Sher-ritr Gordon Hiram Walk JD a Chimo .13 Silver Millar .01 Imperial oil 33.17 j _ Conweil 40 Sleep Reck 7 ?s Imasca 31.50 Cons. Rambler .93 Corp. j Wic'fl 37 In Con, Laka .11 In! pipe 31 'o Cothenour .31 Upper 1.D5 Irv Gp A 9.50 Cralgrnont B.7J Western Mines 4 0? Utillllej J9 00 13 Olckenion Mlnei l.OS V.'riohl Hargreavei 1.14 Indus! Accepf IS. in Dfarson Mines 31 IS Wilrroy l.H Laurenllde 13.35 Deer Horn .Oi Wir.dPall .10 Doug A 00 D'EtdMB .SO Bear J 3D Loeb BS U Donne Mlnei Zrnmae .13 Lobfaw A 75 Aldona .52 INDUSTRIALS A'.tlro 51 1 1D Dilcovery Minei .EO Abitlbl 7.71 Masicy Ferg 1 00 p futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Monday. May 31. SOB; July 34.20A; Sept. 32.10D, Thursday's volume: No Sullivan 3.0J Algoma Ateel 13.J5 Mocre Corp Allan Sugir B 31.87'A F rsP Marlirmei Aqra Ind 11 75 Norlh, Cent Glanf Y.K. Bell Tel JS :S Corp 9.S7VS Bovls 3. 30 Trac 71 SO Prlre fa 7.iQ Granduc 4 'S B.C. Tel ol.OD Rolhrnuns IB 6J'A Headway R.L. 600 Burni U 25 SI Lav.- Corp 31 H Hollinger B.C. Foresl 1S5D CDA JI.75 Hudson Bay M-S 2S.37''S B.C. Sugar 30 JS Simpson's Hydra Ex. .17 Bow Valley Simp Seers 35.00 Iron Bny CAC Ind 7.00 Sleel o( Can 20 3 M Pso 203 Cdn Drew 7 Sntklrk A 51.00 Jo lei QuEb-c .38 Chemc-ll 535 Tenaco 43.25 Kerr Addljon 9.30 Col Cellultrta 235 Gp A Key Anacon .18 Cfll Pov.cr Trani Win Pp 32.50 Labrador 41 50 Coron Crtdit 1.15 Pp 41.87'j Lake 2. 45 C.VrVN- Gal 1135 Union Gas Lanqls Silver .07 Cdn Indusl 15 iG Union Oil Madi'en R.L. .49 Cdn Marcon 335 Vrrsflllle MFg i E5 Malqrlle G.F. .41 Cdn Virkers 1075 V.'eslccl 3075 Warlin .DM Chrylscr 31.75 Union Cnr li 7J Waclnlyre 77.00 CPR 75 Wcilon'a B 17.75 Crjrnlnrr> 3475 A 34 37Vj M'drlm 17 Cons Balh 8 Weil Cdn Sd Inlern Mogul 965 Cons Gas IE 75 Zenilh Ctec 3.75 Mew West Hams Cdn. W.N, Gal 2J 75 3ATIKJ ?Jcw Atnona .ll'.'i Disl Sea ?Q-7S can Imperial 3723 rJesv Calumel .33 Dom llridgs 3B H McnlfGBl 30.00 W. Hcrse Copper 230 Dornlar N s Noranda 3fl TO Dom Texllfn acgna Norlhqall Dem Sforci 31 :s Korlex .JflVa Doma Pele 33.00 Tor- Dam 31.37W Ne-ju YorTe stocks (Supplied By Hlcliardson Sccnrltlcs o! Canada) Amr T and T Scars 1U 75 30 Goldi 174.71 up .97 Anacc-vJd Sid Oil cf M J. 71.00 in Base P5.95 trfl Uelh Steel Texas Gu 11B50 15 Oils 714 IS Up Chrysler 3D 15 Texas Co 31.75 SS YORK AVERAGES GW, B3.37''i Indust 937.W df 303 Gi-'lf 35frJ'7US. Sice 33E71-i30 Rails up .IB Int Harvester ,_ li Ulililies 111 87 ,13 Krnn Copper 24 50 TORONTO AVERAGES 4S 353 07 Ward 28-00 la 177.17 c.M .51 Volume quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcriy, illcCualg Limited) LAST HID OR .SALE a.m. Quclej) B.m. Quctej) B.m. QuoleO WESTERN OILS Husky oil 11.13'4lnvnl Muluel J.7J IX Almincjc HuLhy ell B CD t.'iulual Ac i.79 637 Alfa Eail Ga! 7 JO Husky Oi War 453 r.Mjtual Gr r 5 63 6 Asamtra 16CO Infer Prey Pise Res 7.90 AsfnlQr.d 17.E7''j Inter Prov Sfeel v; Pin -173 5 J7 DP Oil Gal i.li Kal-er Res t L-j W Gr i.17 e 78 Car. Soufh 71, MGF 253 Principal Gr 413 J.34 CrJn Fx Gas 3.45 Paring Pcie Rcyfund 6.11 6.63 Cdn Hompsld 7.75 Rainier 675 TcrT1D Gr 6 7 sl Cdn Ind Gas CH sand.-.ell l.il> Ac. Cdn Super Teledyne J.ES Universal 7.91 J.77 Cdr, Long It .41 West Cdn Seed 5 7> Charter i 10 While Yukon n B1J CMlellin 10V5 114 VANCOUVER Dome Peft 35 ril TAHY MINES Gl Plains 33 M CALGARY Anuk MJ ii-i i-s ]Sra STOCKS' Pan OcfBn 12 50 Ca, A 53 M Alia prd nar.kce .75 o n cf Ifrl Ga- ;i.ri Varden PUce Gal Ga, Dvnasly B SO pprr sr Stirwni 9.55 0., A 70M Lyllm Mlntr.lj I.EI 1 rd.i pin. -i Primer -11 Ulsltr 1.37 rd, B "m Pyramid .it Detail. l.K jrans Cd A 77 -1 sllvrr Sl'ndard 1.35 Wcsl Pete i. It Tn Tsxrncnl .57 MISCELLAHEOUS Jr Trfn? ]A< Voi'ln M INDUSTRIES y.r CcPFtr I.ii) Aqualalne u m V V Res .07 Brlnco 575 MUTUAL NUNDS INDUSTRIALS rdn Hrpw A il''n All rdn Com 877 9 W Rro5 340 Cdi Brra B A" Ca" Div d 79 1020 B.C. Syqir 53.15 Cdn Inv j' 25 Cfl" Vcnl D c- 5uPar pld rrnvinini ijin Gr F 6 17 7.4S Capf Inter 6. 75 Cvrnus A 5H" AGF 3 H F Ind 4.U CvSms B lnvesl F a" SJ'Hvs 303 11H7V Cel 7 !1 3.70 Falccn Ccpptr 13 37'A Cmnw 1 us 1S.ES Inter Mariner .47 Genslar 11.35 Cmnw Lcv j E7 4 JS Key Indus! .'5 Mcme A 32.50 ccrp Invest 60S 641 Pacific v; Air 17.CO Home B corp Invest SI F 5 75 i 74 sla rnpedfi Inll Res 112 Hud Bay Co 1851 Dreyfus F U.S. 13 ;a 14. fa OILS Hlrd Bay Oil 42. !J) Gr In Shares 393 :2 Albany Oil .51 Hud Bey Oil Pfd 5175 C-r ly a G5 Plans Pcle -25 Hugfi Russell 2700 Invest Gr F 12. Ci5 13.17 v.'rsl Eiplor Grain prices Winnipeg Groin WINNIPEG (CP) Rape-seed and flax futures sold slightly higher at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today in a lighter volume of trade. Exporters were light buyers in both commodities, meeting a quiet, volume of hedges. Other commodities were barely active and featureless. Volume of trade Monday was bushels of flax, rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session Flan: May Vi lower 2.Bl'.iD; July I higher Oct. ?i lu'gher Nov. not open. Rapejeed Vancouver: June higher 2.58 Sep. higher 2.53VeB; Kov. ?4 higher Rapesced Thunder Bav: Maj 2'i higher 2.57-1U1; July Ui higher Oct. 'i higher 2. MB; Nov. not open. Oals: May lower July unchanged 6814A; Oct. nol open. Barley: May unchanged 1.09A; July not open; Oct. unchanged 1.03A. II ye: May prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver age prices lo 11 a.m. providc( uy Ihe Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 28.20, average Monday 27.65. Red Deer: 20.10, average Monday 27.03. Calgary: 28.20, averag Monday 27.65, 23.20, averag Monday 27.64. Lloydminsler: No sales, av erage Monday 27.11. Grande Prairie: No sales average Monday 26.81. Total sold Monday average 27.60. Sows averag 13. REALTORS OR THOSE WHO WANT TO BE Real Estate has openings for serious O career minded talcs people excellent incentive plan. AH interviews strictly confidential. Call PAULI SMITH at 328-1044 Tu.itloy, April 4, 1973 THS ItTHBRIDGE HERAIO 19 U.S. credit rating linn loses govl. business WASHINGTON (AI'l The department o[ li o u s i n g am' urban (tevclojjmenl lins oi'dcrer' all Us 87 offices acro-is Ilic- T'.S. lo stop doing business wild Dun and Bradstrcel. Inc., Hie U.S. Mrni by a federal grand jury in coimcdion vitti a New York rcnl e-lnlo scandal. Al Hie .same lime, Ilic depart- ment said in an announcement Sunday Ilial its Federal Housing Ailjniliistnilion lias national conlrad (liu firm, under il liiis pur- chased cnmmercial credit Infor- mation on businesses and indi- vidual crilerprrses. Ixical and regional FIIA of- ices have been ordered not tn ely on Individual Dun and radslrcet credit reports for igle-faindy surance transaction Dun end liracMieot sells credit reports on individual ap- plicants to private ininlijatje :onipanies Ihnl may them in deciding whether to approve a mortgage loan The lonns then may qualify (or FIIA mortgage Insurance. Dun and Bradstred was the largest of 10 U.S. firms and 40 individuals named in federal in- d i c t m e n t s handed down in Brooklyn, N.Y., last week. The Indictmcnls c h a r g o d seven present and former FIIA cm- iloyccs, Including the top FIFA writer in New York Elate, taking bribes in a conspir- acy to sell Mum housing nt In- filled prices lo kw-incoinc fam- ilies roulrhVl keep up pay- ments nn tho mortgages. the homeowners do- f.lulled on their FHA-lnsured the prnrul jury salcf, tlic FIIA liiirl to pny off Iho loans. Dun niul HradstrccL ami one of Us nffuiaK Artliur Prcscott, wci-c charjjorl with 21 counts etich of making (also statements the h or rowers wcra lo pay off their First rcporls 5aid Iho FIIA stuocl to Jcist some ?200 million through tlin sclieinc, the rlcpnrlmciH Sunday PS- '.imak'd tho Inan dtfanils on FHA-inMircrf properties cost, (he govprnmenl million. Nef earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS I'cuplcs C'n-dil JovK'llcrs Ltd., e n (I e (I Jan :tl: 1972, Sl.firfl.lJS, SI.01 a share; 107J, 72 cents. Princo Kclxvnrd Islroid first sc-Mlcd by Hie French, about 17HI. 1.02-lsB; July higher Oct. IB higher l.OO'.iB. Grain quotes Monday (basis Iliflh Open Closr May Ml'i Zfll'i Jly 573 Oct 275 273-li 274a'i Kov Hapcsced Vancouver Jun 257ii 25514 256'i Sep 252-ri 251-Ti 252'U Nov 252 Flapcscpd Thunder Bay May 25.Tri 255'i .lly 2-H'i 2-13'.s Oct 243 243U Nov 2-lOVi Oals May 68sfe Jly nip, Oet 70 Parley May _ 109 Jly 109 Oct 103 I1.VO 102'.i 102 102-ii Jly ass; (Wi Oct 100 YOUR CAR'S STEREO TAPE DECKCANNOWBETHIEF- WITH A NEW KEY- LOCK BRACKET ANVON6 CAN INSTALL. IT FITS ANY DECK MOUNTED UNCtRTHEWSHOfl INVERTED ON THE A, to learn how you may obtain an IDS loan ,to assist in starting, modernizing or your business any- l where in Canada. business anywhere in Canada f INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK LETHBR1DGC. Alia.: 740-4lh Avc. Soulti-Tcl: 328-3B61 istance improved DDD cuts costs by up to Direct Distance Dialing saves everyone money. During Ihe day you can save up to 4B% on calls you dial yourself. After 6 PM til Midnight, Monday through Saturday, DDD can save you up to 56% There are greater savings from Midnight to 6 AM. Because DDD lets you dial almost anywhere in Continental U.S.A. at savings of up to And, in Canada you'll save up to To top it off, If you dial direct on Sundays to someone anywhere in Alberta, you can save up to 'Savings are based on comparisons with person-lo-person rales during the same time periods for a 3-minule call. DDD saves you money almost every time you dial O ;