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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Fiiday, April 7, 1972 1HE UTHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Stock rise 257 animals sold Bull sale big success Tlic Southern Alberta Cattle Breeders Association Thursday jiul the vrpps on the most suc- cessful bull sale in Lcthbrulge history. During the two day and sale, bulls were sold nior diampiun bull owned by for an average of WV. 1 Hay I'mvleshiwi of Del Bonita Thursday, 172 Hereford Hulls; brought SX-IOO from David sold for for an all-time' Hunt of DcWinton. high average of SifTO. The grand champion ami sc- Livestock market report Calgary livestock Insutficieiil sUnitflitpr steers calves -So to 43 vvilli odd Palo and hcifo. s lo establish a mar-; (MK.H] stock heifer and bolls r e in TORONTO (CP) I'riiTs in activo iniil-inoriiirig trading todny. The industrial index was up .24 to 200.31, base metals .HI to SB.15, and western oils fa (o 227.33. Golds lost .23 to 173.03. Volume by 11 a.m. shares, up from SIH.ixw at the same time Thursdny. Advances led declines to 103, with IOC issues undiluted. Banks, merchandising and communication stocks posted strong advances while construc- tion and material stocks dropped lower. Eleven of the in- dustrial index's J7 sub-groups registered gains. Indal Canada rose ns to SiO'b, Simpson's ;fs to Peel- Klder to S22, Rudd Automo- tive -U to and Scuiry-ltam- bow to ?lli. Allarco fanned to S', Patino !z to S27'i, Pla- cer to iina Versafoods to S9U. Roljiiison Little th'opjied 4 to to Intcrna- tionat Mogei [A to Canada Southern Fek 2n cents to 57.25 and Shell Canada U to SUM. MONTREAL (CP) utilities and papers slumped vvhile banks, industrials and the com- posite continued an upward trend in light trading on Ihc Montreal stock market today. On index, industrials were up .24 to 205.13, banks 2.J5 to ByGene Fawcetle FOR SfTTeft A VIRTUAUY PICK-PROOF LOCK WITH ROTATlMSTUWBtER; DISCS IOADEDPIHS. THE NEWS- DISC IOCK HAS POSSIBLE COM8INA710MS. IT'S FOR POORS AND PADLOCKS... STOP, CONfWUtNB tiO.Li7, tlie composite .34 to while utilities fell .22 to IA44 ami papers to C o m h i n e d on the Montreal and Canadian stock xchangcs at It a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Thtirs- lay. National Trust was up lo :33, Denison Mines I'.'i to ind Toronto Dominion Hank 0 ITI losses, Royal Trust was off to Falcoitbritlge Nickel o and Border Chemical o 59U. NEW YORK fAPI After .wo sessions of sharp gains, the ;tock market succumbed today :o profit taking. Trading was moderately active. The noon Jones average of 3D industrials was of 4.22 at 335.22. Advances on the New York Stock Exchange led de- clines by approximately 3 to 2. The Dow industrial average, which had risen some 11 points Wednesday, gained nearly 5 Thursday, and finished at best closing level in nearly three years. Among Canadians, Mclntyre Porcupine advanced IVi to Sa2'.i. Alcan declined 'i to S2H'i while Granby Mining at In- ternational Nickel at an Walker Gooderliam at declined Vi. On the American Stock Ex- change, rirascan Ltd. declined to while Canadian Mar- coni at and Scurry Rain- bow Oil at both advanced Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Tlic- reserve Mnnul champion junior champion bull own- ed by II.C. Cluu-cli of bought bv Knbcii Minchuii of Milhrt for reserve senior champion bull offered by Rcrt Powles- by Dohcrty, LAST KID OK SALE Ml: CO a.m. 12.37': Alta Gas A 1.33 Alia Gas Pfd .J? Alta Nat Gai .SO Inland Nat 0-54 H ar.d C B 1? 75 N a-rl K CCS 16.CO Pacific Trans Gdi Metro Gat A Trans Cda Pjpe Iran? Cda B Trans Cda A Trans Cda War WC Trans WC Trans MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com ?.ai All Cdn DJV 10.M 15.PS All Cdn Veril -M5 Amr Gr Fd 7.22 7.93 A.G F. Spec 3.62 Ctlrt invent Fd Collf-ft Mul 4.95 7.61 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Common I ev J.27 Corp Inv'r.t 6.13 ?0 'nie Corp In F 5.31 5.SI J-ey UJ5 Equity 7-3S 0.10 InvMl Gr Fd 17-17 13.2.D Albany Oil inves! W.-j! i.79 633 PPains Pe'e MuT Accum i.f.J Vi'csl Explc Grain prices WIXMPKG (CP) llapc ..C't'd conlimicd on n strong cit Cocliranc sold for price mid-session ol i to Stern of Hilda. Exchange CAI.CSAKY (CP) Kcccijils i set: cows on the Calgary livestock mar-I steady. hot to It a.m.. about l.S.'O i Choice slaughter steers head: mostly replacement cul- Tlmi'Mlny :M.T5 to tie. Trade was ailivc. lo medium M to 34, CJioice beifei's j to to T.ll lo (rood cmvs today 27 to 28. medium 24.SO to 27, canners and cutters 21 to ti> 3H. price Rape-1 24.50. tnill.s 2K to strong Simpsons offering revealed junioi' champion owned by Jones Hereford Ranches sold for to James Honelti of Tabcr. Joe Porlich. who sold the ani- mals will] Ken Hnrlbinl of Foil Maclood, said this was one o[ lite rcrd pood sides in (he tory of I.ellibridtje. BLY1CIIS SKr.KCTIVK Mr. Perlicli said the buyers j were very selective with the ieat good bulls selling while llax weaKeneo slighlly after n strong upening. Exporter inleresl conllnued in 3'apeyeed anil prices aljout two to three cents high- er. Flax was fractionally low- er. Oals and barley were un- changed from Thursday's close levels, and rye was stronger on a moderate trade. Volume of trade Thursday included 807.000 bushels of flax, of All flashes of feeder t-nttlc were sollins: at firm prices, more feeder 5U pounds vcrv easily. "This is Ihe- general 1.057.000 of rye and 3. trend in tbe livestock industry. rapcseert. Breeders are now always look- j Mid-session pric for only the best breeding lie said the emphasis o( the sate was put on size and qual- I'Tax: .Inly vinchan lower Hapeseed cil Oct. Nov. not open. prices EDMONTON (CP) Week- ly egg and poultry report is- sued by tlie federal agriculture department: Eggs To producers: A large 43: A mediam 39: A small 22; U 12; C 6; Cracks To retailers: A large 52 to 54; A medium 49 to si: A small 32 to 3G; I? 30 to 37 Cracks to 33. To consumers (in A large GO io 01: A medium 57 to 58; A smnll 39 fo -12. producers: Live No. 1 chichcn Broilers, 6 and over, So'-j; 5 and under 6, Live 2 chicken Broil- ers, 19; 6 and over, .1 and under 6, 19', 2. Apparently li e bulls, sold n little fouphor trt it was a good solid sale, he said. TORONTO tu Ciowl (lii'i'uph a riniils offc-ring to feetlcr sloor.s .ifiil lo jxnunis ot il-s class A, li Sfi to 10. Guud fi-cder heifi-r.s anil C sliavos. lo 35. common to mctliiini I Siuiroholjlcrs lie Ruen 23.5l> to .T2.50. tJoixl stock slocr tin1 to one class A sliare at for every 19 01 liip million. mil- lion will be1 by atul Co.. all llic out- 5.J ancliny cb ss R ami cl n s s C shares, tlie voting stwk of the company. i The i? be in? oxiemiofi lo Khorcliolciyrs of record April and cxpive.; Juno 1. cumpany the cc-Liis of the finiitKins; iio USLX! to rcclkicv current iiuk'bt- rl to provide addition- Rei tin aii's earnings climb Hog prices EDMO.Vl'OX (CP) Aberdeen- Hapeseed Tlmnder Day: May higher July high- er Oct. 3'-' higher Nov. 'i higher 2.52Vi. Oats: May unchanged 68r'i; July and Oct. not open. liar ley: May unchanged 1.09: July unchanged Oct. unchanged MOXTREAL '1'IM _ licit. man's (Canatlai Ltd. reported consolidated uet e a r n ings reached a rerovd high of in the year ended Jan. 31. a) funds for tlie a 51-por-ccnt inciease over net jis expansion earnings of S2.151.9W in tile previous year. Earniniis per' share amount- ed to in the last year, up from 1M cents in the year end-! ed Jan. 31, 1971. Sales amounted to S63.-I83.315, the highest in Ihe company's Seji 3'j.2tiD. history witii Wednesday's 368 in the previous year. I contracts. Boot WJNNIPKG a'Pi-Live occf ituros close Thursday. 31.9HB; Jly e; Six Toronto mines., (.Supplied By Uiclmi-dson SpcnrUIcs of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) WINES Acme Advccafc Asb. 1-85 1.63 19.00 1.6S GOVERNMENT LOW COST HOUSING Low Down Payment fo monthly payments (includes taxes) Low (ncome Qualifications FOR MORE DETAILS CALL I 2leai I Phone 327-7464 Nrght 328-5106 I Canada Tung. PaN Cor.west Cnns. Rambler Aldcna OUcovery Mines Hast Wfllartic Eos! SuFtivvn l-alconbrftfgf? Frchox First Maritime! Cianr Y.K. Bovis Granduc Hcacfway R.L. Huttson Bay Hydra (Ex. Ircn Day Jcliel Quebec Kcrr Addison Key Anacon sVl-jer Madsen R.L. G.F. Martin McMecly W.aclnfvre a.m. Norlex Pine Point Plarcr Dev. P.C. Exp, Quebec Man Radiore Rio Algom I Corp. -iU Gordsn 16 60Q Hir; Silver Miller -OJ lrr.r Steep RocX 2.35 Tek Corp. 5.15 ]ni Tcxmont 53 ,nt Upper Caruda 2-10 3 EO (nl Wricjht Harrrtavts 1.17 3-18 L6L 8.m, C Dofasco Cable Fd of Airrr Gf Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hui Eduinnton: average! Deer: 27.75, j Thursday 2B.01. f Calgary: 27.65, average Thursday 27.92. Lelhhridgc: No sales, avci- r age Tlwrsday 27.94. j Lloydminstcr: No sales, av- erage Tinirsday 27.G2. Grande Prairie: No sales, average Thursday 2.G.8H. Total hogs sold Thursday average 27.93- Sows average 20.60. Grain quotes Thursday ibasif 2B81 i Vancouver U 253 2597s s 257" s Thunder Cay 's 263 .17 INDUSTRIALS Abtllbi f Alcan Si Sleel U Alco Ind 11 Allan Sugar 'i Agra Ir.rt II Uall Tel Brarfl Trac 11 B.C. Tel North, Cenf Power Corp Price Co 1J.7S a 20.CO i Sean 1 Can A 3 30 Icx.ico 25 Traders Gp A ,.10 Trans Mtn Pp 11 50 Trans Can Pp Union Un Ver< i Oil itile r.Vfg Find old house NAPLES (Hculcr) Arclicol- ogists have discovered a well- preserved Rom-in houHi! and a gateway to the ancient city oE Pomppii, near here. Naples mu- s'jiun nutlmrities said Tliursclay. Pomptii engulfed by a vol- canic eruption from Mount Ve- suvius in 7J AD. 10S 10-1'4 10114 Mogul Weif Homes v; Alticna .11'': Cfllumct" .10' i Horse Copper 2.20 ranrta 35.J5 rirqare 5.75 Cons G.-.S Cdn W.N. Gat Oisr sea j DOTIT BrWgo IVeio York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) and Beth. cnryslfr Comsal Gen Mol 00 AAonl Ward 19.00 Sears 3J.OO Sfd Oil o( H.J. Texas Gulf ti.M Texas Co. 83-E7V: Wix Cwp 172 25 Wccl' Golds 17156 oft .a 1I3.J5 10 Wels 111.96 up .7! 70 West Oils JM.19 HB.M'.Wolume YORK AVERAGES 30 Indus! 955.22 4-72 Elec Rails US Steel Ulihlies U1.9S if TORONTO AVERAGES H StccKs 331.5? off 10 Indust up .Jl Volurro E.IMAO INDEX UP consumer price index rose to 137.4 in March, up one-tenth of a point from tlie Feb- ruary fioure. The index, based on 1961 prices equalling 100, was pushed up by higher prices for housing, cloth- ing ond transportation. (CP a year, SAFETY all the year when you open a Lombard North Central Deposit Account A Bank Deposit Accounlwith Lombard North Central provides a good rats of interest, with complete safely for your capital leading to financial peace of mind Deposits st 6 months' notlco of withdrawal Darn 6% interest per annum. The ratelor deposits exceeding Is subject to negotiation. Interest is paid half-yearly without deduction of U.K. tax and up to 00 can be withdrawn on demand during each calendar year. TIME DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS-Fixed period deposits of and over can earn higher rates of interest. Details are available on request. Opening an Account issimplicity itself, so write now to the Deposit Account Manager for further details a copy ol Deposit Account Booklet No. AO516. Lombard North Central l.cmbjtid House, Curzon StMiM. ton England. Tel: 01-493 411 1 City 31 Lomii.vd St.. Iflndcn EC3 England. 01 -62.J 4111 Lombard North Cenlrat Limited is a member of the National Weslmmstor Bank Group Capital (md Reserves exceed At ianv's fsr a limited time oniy a BONUS AiVl RADiO Wnen you buy a Specially Equipped '71 CHEVROLET SAVE NOW on Specially Equipped 1MPALAS, BEL AIRS, OR CHEVELLE MALIBUS Right now we need Preium Trades and the Beny boys are anxious to deal Come in now! BEFORE YOU BUY-CHECK AT BENY'S-OR YOU MAY PAY TOO MUCH! 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