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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal by tlolirrty, McCiiaig Limited) LAST BID OU SALE iil.rd Kin Cuotrsi '.0 Gr F ACS KJIM'B Sis is !S Or J. 7 H jnior Prcv 11 At 1 H M] t.-utn ..i Ir'.icr Proi M. 1 Unlverifll iflV 8.13 B 1i cSn f.- riln InJ G'U 01 faille Fdr J: 3S VANCOUVER Cin sui-rr II W S.1M.-C-I1 1 JJ Ml.-o i irledync >'111.' 10 T; V.esl Cdn V.unnr] 10 n IV. VLVrn U 5? A'J.'S l.MV'r 'o Gt' Wi'MITM 163 Dam 01 O.I 4." CALCASY J J I it- 1 FV'f 15 50 Nsr-Ji Cc-i' t'2 VjrtJEn Ocean u 75 v.csr '.va-i'T f: dynasty o 1 :S 3TOCK5 Eauilcnitl 1 3i xiilsilb p' :sss sSt-''l N r C..14 PIJ 25 !J 1; r Silver SljnUrd 1') S'- A fljns ccla 'J' i Vane" Conner vHl-jiL H .'.C Trar.i 1 1 W B Pld 15BF1: CCJ.-T 6-r.> ,1 v MUTUAL FUNDS CJ2' Inter i j Fn-.-. P A'l C.ln Con 902 9 C I- -in CJi Ver.i jj? j_y nys 3.15 i-r Qr p 752 7 fj Cv-.-ti Cdn F 5oi 551 Inter fl t-i v.ulujl 7.0S 7 H Key Indus! defines operations of corporate farm Tlie llcrnld l.cgislfttnre llureiui EDMONTON A corporate; farm was defined the legislature as nn operation that both grows and processes nn agricultural product. Asked to define a corporate farm by Art Dlxon Calgary Millican) Agriculture Minister Hugti HOrner said 'the yardstick is whether 'lie farmer is in the primary production, or the processing end. We don'l look with favor on him being in both. The National Farmers Union hns accused the minister of not >olng far enough in combatinj the takeover of small farms line taboo OTTAWA (CP) The Nft-ional AssociRtion of llroailcasl Employees and Technicians is ol happy about It, but they will ot he allowed to picket Hie nost important areas connected vilh Ihe FovlhcomLng visit ol 'resident HIcliard Nixon. The CTV television network .'uGstlay was grflntcd n court order prohibiting NADET pick-cling, specifically at Parliament lilt or at Ottawa nlrport until after the Thursday-Saturday sUxon visit. The injunction, issued by Judge C. Doyle of the Ottawa -C a r e t o n CoiuUy court, names 13 NABET officers and orders them not lo interfere in any way wllh CTV television coverage of the NLxon. arrival or departure from the airport or of liis Friday speech to the Com-mtms and the Senate. Ken Steel of Toronto, of the NABI5T negotiating committee, said in ft statcmeni that although "we lake very strong exception to the granting o[ these ex parte injunctions" Ihe union is withdrawing the picket line that has been oi Parliament Hill (or three imi DUS lie 'ill ay P TO en K Isr cJ bu VCl V vn. 000 N Tul pri INNIPEG (CP) Good ;u selling combined with o exporter domain] to i rnpcsccd prices clown Uly at mid-session on the nipcg Grain Exchange lo-rlccs In that commodity iped as jnuch as Uircc s. ox and rye prices declined on a good volume of vilh small exporter y i n g. Other commodities e firm, olnmc ot Irndc Tucsdny bushels of flax, of rapcseed nnd rj'e. lid-session prices: lax: May 2% lower y Hi lower 2.B6A; Oct. Hi er 2.D5V4; Nov. lower review Pnpesccd Vancouver: IVt losver Sep. lower 2.D7A; Nov. 3 losver 2.65; Jnn. K's lower Rapcsccd Thunder Bay: May 3 lower July 2ii ower 2.C3A; Oct. lower 2.59; Nov. not open. Oals: May unchanged July uncluingcd Oct. un-changed 70. Barley: Way unchanged 1.OTV1A; July imclianjicd Oct. unchanged I.IO'AA. Rye: May lower July I'.'i lower l.OHi; Oct. lower WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Tuesday (basis Lake-lead) Low CloSB F'lM May ZM'a Jly 2C3 Oct 2B3 2DI55i Nov 287-Ti 287 napcsccil Vanccmver Jun 270-li 274 274 Sep 273''c 270'i Nov 268 Jan Tlnpcsccrt Thunder Bay May 278 27-1'a Jly 265 2651'z Oct ZLilli oil prices ac TORONTO Led by oils, jiriccs on Ilic Tn-1 onlo stock market moved higher, aiming for their sixth consecutive advancing sossion in moderate mid-morning trading today. The indnslrial index Rained .11! to golds .64 to 174.65, base meta s 6.1 lo 07.50 and Moslem oils 1.15 lo 227. G5. V o 1 u m e uy 11 a.m. was 720.000 shares, up from Wl.OOO al Hie same time Tuesday. Trading was delayed at the opening in shares of four whic i corporate interconnections, pending release of information. Halted were tlie s lares of La Uiz Mines at S5.RO, Security Capilal Corp. B al SS'.i, Levy Industries at and Seaway Multi-Corp at S7D4. beverage, communication, pipeline, real estate and paper and lorest stocks posted strong sains ivlu'le food processing, oil refining, steel and utility issues edged fractionally lower. Among oi s. Pacific Pele rose 1 lo Asamera ?i to Gvilf Oil >B lo SZSVs, Aquitainc to and Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas >'i to Ivance (j'ia GOO al the same lime Tuesday. Laidlaw Motorways was up 3 to 525, Texaco Canada to 545, Placer Development lo Pacific Petroleum t to J34 and Financial Collection Agencies 1 lo Rapid Data Sysloms was off to B.C. Forest Products to and International Paper 5s lo On Ihe Canadian Stock Exchange, Commodore Business Machines was up lo PRICKS HISR NEW YORK (AP) Slock market prices rose today in heavy trading. Encouraged by I a v o r a b 1 c first-quarter earnings reports by several corporate giants anc hy further forecasts of rising income, the market conlinuec Tuesday afternoon's climb. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial slocks was up 8.80 to 971.40. It had been gaining steadily since the opening. Among Canadians, Massey a SlS'i and Walker Gooderham a both advanced Alcan was up n at and Distiller, Seagrams advanced Vl to S3G% Canadian Pacific declined Vi tc On the American Stock Ex change, Scurry Rainbow Oil ad vanccd lo farms. 'What Is needed Is realistic anli corporate [arming legis lation with teeth in salt NFU director Bill Dascavick i an interview. Dr. Horner replied in an terview that be is aware o! th NFU postlon. He said 'to legis late is to allow rules for oxcmp Gone BELIEF THAT 'BOvS WltL 8E eCrtS, AMO SIRLSWIU. BE GlRlS" HAS BEEN REINFORCED BY FliRTHER EXPERIMENTS AT WIS03NSW U EVEN THCXJW ISOLATED FROM BIRTH, MAtE WOMKEYS ALWAYS PlAY MORE ROUSHLYTHAN THE FEMALES, WHICH SELDOM MAKE PHYSICAL CONWa... GMCtVSlOtttS THAT THfSE Aft ItUtVf, C----TJ' ii v.1 ccrp F J.J3 i 6J Res I .-d :-T r.r in S-iar-ei J J-i OILS M.---C P Ti C-r Squily T -P e 13 Ou 7i Ruv Cn is 2i Invcil Or F 1137 11 J2 Plains Pde SS man gets life lenu BERLIN (neuter) A foi mer senior SS (elilc gunnl) off cer in Adolf Eichmann's was sentenced lo life imprison men! Tuesday on a charge o murdering Ihousamls of Italia Jews during the Second Worl W z r. Kriedrich Eossliammc 65, was found guilty of bavin killed at least Jews wlios arrest and deportation lo tl Auschwitz death camp he ha organized as Eichmann's sp cial envoy in Verona in 253 Oals May Jly Oct 70 Hurley May lC9''i 109 ICOH Oct non no iion live May HO'.i 105 107 Jly 103 103 Oct 105 KCPi Toronto mines, inJu.strials (.Supplied Hy Itichnrdson Sccurllics ol Canada) LAST mo on SALE m, Cucre.O (11.03 1H-CB rr> Qucfei) MIMES Pmn Pjirt 33 C5 17 15 ALrvf I'Mcrr Dc-r 3'.JO Td n' Arrrr JJC1 Mo PC. Exp J 10 Cl Clln OK 4.J5 Aka.icho -i Quo tec n .V.clccs F3 11 i nraicrr- 3 Rflyrc-cV 1 I fl C-t f'ap -'5 R Jicre ZG Gu" Oil fdd 23.S71; tic; Rij 1 7.CO 16.75 Canada Tun-] Gtrdcn 1511 Hi.ron, Eri? c'hin-p i n le'- C-rrc. i J: rr.l H.cKol Bank was up Tz to Alcan lo S22'.i, Laidlaw Motorways 3S to and Tara ?s 1" Group A down lo S125i. Simpsons 3i lo S25, Bell 1-i lo5J4'.i. Inco 's to SS-l's and Imperial Oil to close Tuesday. May 35.05B; July 33.75B Kept. 32.20B, Monday's volume: Two con The Norwegian merchant fleet, fourth largest in (he world, totals nearly 22-million gross Ions. Com LaKt lO'j 'Aci'arfi Mines i ET Inv Gp A j "i V.riciit Harqreavei I IS Int U'ilitic! LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Utilities and papers slipped while hanks, industrials and the composite continued lo gain in light morn- ing trading on Ihe Montreal stock market Wednesday. On index, industrials rose ..18 to 206.70, banks 1.79 lo 270.45 and the composite .42 lo 205.13. Utilities fell .09 to 162.93 and pa- pers to 83.S1. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 5H.400 shares, compared with APRIL WEEKLY BIG VALUES Nciv York stocks (Supplied By Hi chard son Sccnritics of Canada) 35 4T 3 45 iD co 81 17' 35.t2' 1 TORONTO AVERAGES M Indutl 10? i? up .i; 70 Golds 171 37 uu I 34 1 10 Base 97 S2 up .45 U W Oil! m J5 IV Ii Volume NEW YORK AVERAGES Indust 974 41 UQ S 50 j n Rails 274 S5 Ijp 73 Volurllti ll.Jtt.W EDMONTON (CD Aver- age prices lo U a.m. provided by Hie Alberta Hog Producers Board. Edmonton: 27.53, average Tuesday 27.W, Ret] Deer: average Tuesday 27.65. Calgary: 27.55, average Tuesday 27.Cl. Lclhbridge: N11, average Tuesday 27.IB. Lloydrninsler: Nil, average Tuesday 27.15. Grande Prairie: nil, itverage Tuesday 28.C9. Tolal hogs sold Tuesday 11.- 7-1-1, average 27.57. Sows aver- age 20.SO. Sale i Aclinic! deposits are required for hollies EDMONTON1 ICP) and imported beer hollies would he subject lo refund de- posits under proposed amend- ments lo Ihe Beverage C o n- lainer Act given first reading Livestock Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agrlcullnre'l On offer lo a.m. 200 cattle and calves. Receipts about evenly di- vided between slaughter and replacement cattle. Trade ac- tive. Gcod and choice butcher steers meeting reasonably good demand. Prices 25 cents or more lovrer as compared with last week. Medium grades 50 cent.l to SI lower. No butcher heifers sold early. Medium and L'auner and culler cows sell- ing about steady. Medium and good replacement cattle selling al steady rales, Choice steers 3-1.75 lo 35.20; crootl 33.58 to 3-1.50; medium 31 lo .12. Medium cows 26 lo 27; can- ners and cutters 19 lo 25. lieavy feeder steers over SOO Ibs. lo 35.40. Good light stock steers 35.50 lo Good feeder heifers 31 lo 33. Butcher bogs sold Tuesday at LADIES' LONG GOWN KRESGE PRICE 433 "Sheer Delight" In 80r. Fortrel and Cotton. It's sleeveless, Peler ran collar edged J with lace. 5 button front closing Inmmed with embroidery. PinK, Mint, Blue. S-M-L SPORTY LOOK NYLON CIRE JACKET KRESGE PRICE This lillle jacket almost guarantees a happy Spring, Raglan sleeves, contrasting nylon zippur down front and an pock- ets. Elasticiznd waist band. In Ihe happiest coburs too: Navy, Red, White, Copcn Blue, Gold. S-M-L in the Alberta legislature Tues- lne I.othbridge yars day John Ashlon