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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, 10, 177? _ THE UTHBRIOGr HERALD 17 Miscellaneous (jitolalions Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplier! by Uohcrly, .McCuaig Mmilcil) LAST MID OK SAU-; a.m. Quotes) rti. CJuolfl oil. Q'jcfel) Market continues in upward trend TORONTO TCP) Prices on the Toronto stock market con- tinued an upward Ircm] lodny in moderate mid morning trr.ding activity. The industrial index rose .29 lo 201.74, base metals .'27 to 90.73 and western oils .31 to 227.22, Golds dropped 15 to J75.17. Volume by 11 a.m. 000 shares, compared with 1 nt the snme time Fri- day, Advances led declines Hi) lo 19 with 191 issues unchanged. Banks, real estate and mcr- cliand is ing secto rs pa cod ad- vancing issues at 11 of the in- dustrial inciex's sub groups were higher. Chemical and communication sectors drop- ped but other declining area? were only fractionally lower. Banque Cnnadictinc rose lo SlGVs, Bank of Montreak lo Agra Industries '2 to S12U, Grissol Foods 1 lo and People's Depart ment stores to Tliompson lost f's to Quebec Telephone 3.i to 'M to and Koffer Stores H to SSUTs. Hudson nay niiniiif; rose to -2CLi, Shcrritt Gordon :9 to Cliieflai] r-H to Ocean to S13U and PanCanadian Petroleum to S15U. Asamern Oil fell 1R to Camfio Mines cunts to S3.15 and Worldwide 20 cents to 53.72. (More PRICKS GAIN MONTREAL (CP) Prices showed gains in all sectors ex- cept utilities in light trading on the M o n t r c a I stock market today. On index, industrials were up ,59 (0 20G.22, banks .93 to 264.70, the composite .49 to 201.25 and ra agents warned MONTREAL (On Eight airlines operating out of Mont- real have warned (ravel agents they will be watching more closely for a fraudulent scheme involving sale of tow-cost, one- way fares to Europe. In a letter lo apeuls this week, the airlines said: 'Our inveslignUon re v c a Is that individuals claiming to he group organizers purchase pro- motional tickets and sell only the originating one-way portjon to persons whose names appear on the ticket. The return portion is then sold in Kuropc to ot tiers." These "friuirlulcnt" practices have been Inking place 'for some time saiti (he letter signed by Air Canada, ROAC, Air France, Alitalia, SabcnJj, CP Air, Lufthansa and Swissair. The airlines urged travel n gents to satisfy themselves that lour organizers they deal with represent groups "whose qualifications comply with In- ternational Air Transport Asso- ciation requirements because the airlines 'will not hesitate to impose- the applicable penalties against those at fault." l papers .02 to 84.10. Utilities i were off .07 lo 1C3.32. I Combined volume on the Montreal and CanadJan slock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with ft) at the same time Friday- Rapid Data Systems was up to 51G, Grisol Foods Ltd. 1 to Canada Cement Lafarge to and Moore Corp. to Credit Foticier was down 2ri to and Fulcrum Invest- ment to SfiVz. ACTIVE TRADE NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices rose in today's active trading, continuing the upward momentum of last week. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks gained 1.80 to 964.40. Among Canadians, Mclntyre Porcupine advanced 1 '2 lo Hudson's Bay Mining at S2Gaa and Mascy at SMH'i both gained and Alcan was un ]4 to Dome Mines declined "a to SGG'i and Walker Goder- ham U to S-H. On the American Stock Ex- change, Brascan Lid. was up ]4 to Preston nnd volume was heavy. Feed grains had a (airly rou- tine trade prices nun inj; fractionally on both sides of the market. j Volume of trade Ki in- j eluded 701.000 bushels of of rye and of rapesccd. iMicl-session prices: Flax: May 3 higher July higher 2.115: Oct. -T H higher 2.82'.ij; Nov. 3M higher Vancouver: June higher Sep. -5r's higb- er N o v. higher 2.69; Jan. 2.W-, Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May higher July hiph- ijer 2.6514: Oct. higher 5.61; i Nov. R higher j Oats: May WT-i; July Oct. un- 1 changed 70. i Barley: May lower Juiy j Oct. higher Rye: May unchanged !.057: July 's lower Oct. higher The Hig Three North .MI car on lomgn i but a thuy w the (jvc-rst-aii roii slcatl of coru'orling :il trucks by dealers inr Hit- ]U'-. ;UK! UK- linre majtir inn.iort cutjipf-iiHifs- ota, Dat.sun. lotalled ilunm: liic year tolaJled The three imporls ai.'c-ntiuu-ii for aljniit 1 pj'r cent 9.OT Sears J-i Sttf Oil of N J 35 67i i Texas Gulf Gulf Inl Ha 17J.25 t: CO 29.75 Golds 175.0? cff ,30 V.'cst Oils off .74 11875 'Vofurr.e 31-41'jNEW YORK AVERAGES ;35 Indusf 9il '0 up 3 EO 10 Rails 576.U uo .43 Ulilities 317.35 w .U TORONTO AVERAGES 6S ?34.11 up .57 The figures for early j last year vere affected Ijy the supply situatjon HS all three American companies in- trod u e e d neiv I niotlt'Ls. Chrysler for liie first lime lasl markelitii; i sub-compael.s niacie abroad anil (IcnicrN did not have full supply until summer. IJowevcr. 1 ic I ot n 1 Miles American made 1 also v.rrc aftoeled by suppiy problems. A throe monOi strihe at GM plants ended lale in and dealers wore sbori e: c a rs and trucks oa y i n the VC'rT. By the: time lolal sules i for this year are in, there will he n bctler i n H i L a t i o n o! whether HID foreign-made ear DKU1 makes for seat HKl.KNA. Nfont. of filer! inTi- tor KonublicMii ronnixi- lion ;is Cnileci States one day after he resigned ;ih state (lirertdr of the Fanners Home Aciministrutimi iii a drive to undent St'iiiili'r l.ce a TJemcK'riit Wheeler paii! the ntins: fee ;U Ihe office Secret a uf Stale Friuik Murray. HP ilc- serJbe.s IninstiU as ;in Jndonen- rli'iil RepniiHc'iiri hocnusi1 hr has "neither nor otlici1 finan rial (.'ommitmcnls .lovot.s CAIRO i An Eqypt MK-cer plnycr colhipst'ti EincJ died of jubilation afliM" scoring his second for his tomn SafunJay. Aly Malnnoud 2-L collapsed v, hiln dancing and ;to Ihe cheers of v r r r I: s. fii'st a id. mm iili-1 n-nifiu! h it n tin n ;iiii! fiiri'i'icn lor anibiilniiccs and hisiliv.'ay lo arrivp ;ii Mir uf accidents, "fin hi.Te when i-'-'.pk1 iiclp. it's 4rt. She is tho Hiuitoi IM" sniiill i-nft- in Ihi? ('irnurjiiniiv i-f 17 rtloii.ii thr main liighway Iwt'on ''nlifornia ami Oregon, mile? nor i h of San I'Yar. c'lifc sin- and IK-T lui bruid Nick run is the only place n k'lepbniip for milr? in said fuiTY. "MoloriM': uill rim in them and In rrpiii'i aii acr11 ilcnt and Mrs. Woud will call Iho p.itrnl and Uien procecri mil to HIP scone- to see if thorn's anytliiny cm dn 1 TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of V.'Tx Crrp i' Indus) 201.62 up .17 Vo I Livestock report i Price increase for VW models TOIIONTO (CP. Volkswa- grn Canada I.Id. tins anncnuiccd sn increase of 1.7 per rent In suggested list prices for Its models, effective today. The rjrentesl percenlagc in- crease is tivo per cent for Ihe Super Hectic, (lie most popular of tho rnndcls. prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- ngc prices to 11 a.m. iirovicle.1 lw Ihe Alberta nog Proclucfvs M.lrkelmg Hoard: i Edmonton: 27.85, average j Friday i Deer: average I Friday 28.43. Calgary: 27.60, average 23.35. Ixlbbridge: 27.K, average Fri- day 2fi.75. Loydminstcr: Nil, average rriclay 27.60. Total hogs sold to II a.m. 2.020; Friday: Average I 28.35. Sows average 20.60. BOB MOLCAK RANCH COMMERCIAL CHAROLAIS HEIFER DISPERSION WED., APRIL 12th p.m. 5-tO Yecirling Heifers-overage weight 600 lo 750 Ihs. 12 Reel Anguj Bulls (rising 2.year-olds) PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET UD. locolcd 3 mild E. of Iclhbrldge on Hwy. 3 nnd V, mile S. Phono Dny or Nighl 328-3951 Calgary livestock (CP1 _ Monday's liglil receipts to 11 a.m. of head v.-ere practicallj' all cows and bulls. Ti'acle was active. There were insufficient slaughter steers or heifers on offer lo es- tablish quotations. Cows iverc Warehousing site talked for Butle mainly medium and canner kinds, all grades of cows soiling at last neck's close. Bulfs sleady. Good cows 27 to 28, medium 2j lo 27, canners and ciittCTs 21 10 21.50. bulls 27.50 (o There were insufficient re- placement cattle or stock calves on offer to establish a market. Hogs fob Calgary to 11 a.m. average base price 27.60. MOl'.XTAIN' KOH SALE HHASILIA (AP) Brazilian police said they were seeking a former convict accused of scll- I ing land he didn't own near the Venezuelan border, including i Brazil's highest mountain peak. SEATTLE (AIM The Perl nr. Seattle may Iniild a major warcliousinR centre in Unite. Mont., port, officials disclciscd i here. They said a prn posal has been umicr cxplora- lion for several months. Steve Tiutress, director of Iho r Ilutte Local D e v e 1 o p in e n I Corp., visited port authorities in Seattle last ivoek. With him was Jim llodtje who is lo po lo Chicago (o discuss rail rales w i t b the three railroads serv- infi Butle. Butress said a critical point in (he plan is establishment 01" j favorable freight rales to the United States Midwest vvilh rail and (ruckinf! companies. This includes provisions for re-rout- j ing and unpacking and repack- i ing of shipments. j The railroads are ''one of (he keys to the whole said Uohcrt 0, director of trade development for the port of Seattle. Bulle is Bh7 miles from Se> attlo by rail. THERE IS NOW A KIT FOfl AWKIN3YOUR OWN PRINTED QRCU1T BOARDS. INCLUDED, ARE COPPER BLANKS, LAYOUT STRIPS, ETCHING PIU1D AND INSTRUCTIONS, THE CONTAINER SERVES AS AN ETCWMS TRAY... The best way to get sure control of most grass and broaclleaf weeds is to mix Ro-Neet herbicide in the soil before planting. Or inject Ro-Neet at planting time. With Ro-Neet right in the weed germinat- ing zone, you destroy weeds as they sprout. You don't gamble on rain or have fo irrigate to make your herbicide work. Rain or shine, Ro-Neet works allthe time. Liquid Ro-Neei 7.2E is easy to apply and controls nutgrass, nightshade, barnyardgrass, wild oats, redroot pig- weed, lambsquarters, foxiails and many other weeds. Thinning and blocking cost less, are easierand more accurate, including electro-mechanical thinning. For bigger yields of sugar beets, get Ro-Neet now. Slauffer Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., Montreal and Vancouver. Distributed in Canada by: Chipman Chemicals Limited Beloeil.P.Q., Hamilton, Winnipeg Ro-Neet from I ;