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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 tut U1IIBRIDGE April 19, i2> M I i tfe JuMfcifc Toronto market Cana- 1 yesterday I KT' D[ Ilio Toronto stock hicbor in mini' r.ilf mitl-moni- iiu: (r.iciini; Icxhiy. Tlu' industrial index clmiliod to t'7 "l! (loUls nl't to Volume by n uno shares, vith T.i.l.uuO at Ihe lime Rankioit, minine. real esuie. I'U'vlir.e .mil IIU.T- diamhsuiL' issues moder- ate. ncK-ames vliili- stcol, tilility, essing stocks dropped leaver. Kleclrohoiiu- Mils un r. lo sw'i, i to Laid- law Molonvajs lo I'hi- cor lo lei S203.i ond Jneo to s.u1; Falconbrichu1 to S97'i, Bell lo S-io. I'inc Point 1 i lo SiH1-. I'lstor Pete 11 rents lo SI.55 Acklrmtls lo Sin1; and Bank or to Hobinson Litilo dropped to S7S' i, fiav Oil niul n: to S42'j. QiU'lK'C Teleplione tn Sl.i's, Cassinr lo anil Canada Packers ri lo Stocks ncwin MONTREAL (CTi Utilities papers slipped as puces gained in all oilier sectors in light movnUK'. trading on ttie .Monlrciil stork market On index, indns.trialb rose 57 to L103.'.'0. hanks lo nnrt Hie composite .41 lo Utili- ties (o LG.UVl and I'ancrs la lo I' o m li i n e cl volume un the Mitnlivnl nail Cann'lirm stork at 11 a.m. was shares, eoniparcd ;il the same time Tues- day. International Paper rose l' to I'taccr Ilcvclopmonl 1 to Premier Cnblevision lo si'.i and Inlornnlional Nickel lloyiil Trust Ml to SW'.i. Cauadiiui Salt 3s Lo SUi'z, Ucv 1 fa.seo to S-7'.s aiul Canadian Power '4 to Ill I.I. TIIADV. YORK t APi Slock market prices held to iin even ;koel today in dull trading Ihat many investors pull to the sidelines. (lamulian ulililios profit ii p EDMONTON iCT) dian Ulilities Ltd reported first quarter earnings of S7 li million or S2.7U a share. up pel- cent [rum tlie cor- responding (xriod last year from sales of na- tural and eleclricity for Ihe fiist Ihnx; months lolalled '2 at) inerease of SI 4 million from Ihe same pe- riod of 1971 (hat attrilntled to below-normal temper- alurcs. The Ifi'l figures have hcen rosiated to reflect tlin corporate lesirncluring of .Ian, 1D72. Canadian Utilities lieeamc Ihe holding company and par- pnl of Alberta's major mil- 'tier not aware for giant Alberta feed lot TIII-: iirciiAU> llMicaii KD.MON'TON Alberta's ag- ricLiHui-e minister eonfessod in the legislature lie hadn't heard o[ a Japa- nese far.adum teed lol report- ed to Ijc! about In establish in Alherla. The March Canada Japan epression era .H. lly JKllltY IUTK HOLLYWOOD (AP) A tc.v. after [liiislied taping a revival of Clifford Octets' Awake and Sinj( (or the Hollywood Tcl- .lies: Canadiatl tural Cas Co Ltd.. Noi Ill-West- I evisuul Theatre. Walter Mai- -vn I'Ulilies Hil.. tlicir Rns and was itill thiiiktus'. of th Ihc play ;LssiK-iale. .Northland I Dcpi-ession 'lililies Ltd., and a new com- 1 creates rc- pany, Alhorla Power Ud.. formed to lake over the elec- trie operations UUHlies. of Canadian The Jones average of 30 industrials a: noon up 0.93 at DiiP !'0 declines led advances by murjiin on the New York Stock Exchange. 1 Among Canadians on Ihe big I board, Mclntyrc Porcupine was idnv.ii I1 i to and Interna- luimil Nickel gained :'s lo i On the Amex, Canadian Mar- coni v. up to and Scurry Rainbow Oil down Falls pulp mill lo close MEALS COCKTAILS COME WITH US ON OUR 12tli ANNIVERSARY 5 DAYS-4 NIGHTS APRIL 30lli MAY 4lh FROM CALGARY RETURN JET AIR FARE ACCOMMODATIONS O SHOWS 0 GROUND TRANSPORTATION BAGGAGE HANDLING MANY EXTRAS All FOR S198.00 (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY) GARSHMAN TOURS 100 Lnncasler Building 262-3645 Calgary, Alta. EVENINGS OR 246-3940 VANCOUVER ZcUerbaclx Canada Lid. an- nounced plans here for the closure of its pulp and paper mill at Ocean Falls. H.C., abmit miles northwest of Van- couver- Company P1 esirlenl Robert G. Rogers told shareholders at Ihe company's annual mcclim; Ihat the operation, which cm- ploys 300, had become incrciis- iiujjy uneronomic for a number of reasons but mainly "geo- graphical isolation and obsolete facililics." MaLlluui, raised in a New York cold-water flat, said, "The the only memories I have. They sit on my head like a monument. "It's affected my enlirc per- sonality, my thinking on practi- cally any subject. It has shaped me inlo what I am." Matthau, winner of Ihe Acad- emy Award in as best-sup- porting actor for The Fortune Cookie and a nominee as best actor this year for Kotcb. is one of a growing list of major ac- tors doing plays at minimum Screen Actors Guild fees for (he Beef futures Hog prices EDMONTON Aver- age prices lo 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing l Edmonton: 2a.OO, 23.00, 28.05, nil, average average average avcrafie Hctl DPCT: Tuesday 2Y.91. C n 1 p a r y: Tuesday 27.yI. Lc'.hbridgc: Tuesday 27.92. Lloyciminstcr'. Nil, average (CD Live I Tuesday 27.SG. >cf futures close Tuesday. lloSs sold 11.506, May Jly i day average 27.B7. 32 50N Monday's volume; Iracls. j N'o SHIPPING LOSSKS TIISK LONDON AP> The world's main merchant fleets losl 73 ships in fires, collisions, wrecks, sinkings niul oilier accidents in the three months ended Sppt. 30, 1971, Lloyds HegisLcr of shipping average Tuesday 20. -if) Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS C'an.idn Pnckors Ltd., year ended March 2f5; 1572, 000, S1.1W a share; 1971, 000, 51.W. lolly wood Television Theatre. "or I hi ce weeks' work on and Sing, Mntthau re- ceived only about SI.000, a frac- Uin of whnt he would get for a Urn. Awake and Sing, which also Felicia Fair, Kulli Storey, Marlin Hill, and. Leo Fuclis, will seen on Public Broadcasting Service Television stations. Hol- lywood Theatre is the only regu- lar program of serious drama on American television. TIME TO 'There arc lots of reasons why I dirt Ihe said Mat- thau, who has not marte a movie since he finished Kotch last year. 'Number our. it was time (o got to keep work- ing at a skilled trade or thai skill. "Number two. if you don'I work at your trade you could lose your mind, "Number three, it's a gooci play done under ideal condi t i ci n s. No commercials, no money men breathing down your neck." In the dun ot his large, Mcdi terranean-styln home in Pacific Palisades, Mallhau said ho had not made n movie since Hotel because "I don't find anything good." "If you find something good nobody wants (o take a chance Everyone now wants to make The French Connection. Las year everyone wanled to make another Love Story. Nobody has any originality." Matthau complains that pro- ducers now think of him onl; for comedy roles. "The first 1 years of my dramatic caree producers saying it could only get a Walter Malthau who could do he said "Now Ihcy think o[ me as a co- median or comic or whatever.1 reported Wednesday, compared j foods LUL, year 47 ships in the previous j ended Dec. :il: 1071, three month porintl. I 1970, TIKFJV 1IIMSF.LF KAWASAKI, Japan (Renter) A 19-year-old fireman wa tired because be tried to set th> local fire house ablaze after a heavy drinking session. TORES National Depl. Stores Still No. 1 for the working man UNIFORM SHIRTS Flap Pockelj Epaulcls Reg. to 3.99 2 WORK PAMT Heavy drill, long lasting 2 .99 ARMY COVERALLS Durable drill Civilian value 9.95 Largest selection of Work Boots to satisfy any purpose and purse. BOYS' PANTS Koratron Flares CANVAS ond VINY1 SHOES .99 for ifrcnl, gym or frock. Men's canvai Hi and low slyle, 2 .75 DEUJXE VINYL JOGGER CARE FREE TERRY JUMP SUITS Ladies', Teens' zip franl, belt, ed, machine washabfe. Reg. lo 5.88 GIRLS' Reg. 10 CHILDREN'S SIZES 2 TO 6x. Reg. lo 3.88. COTTON SHORTS REG. 1.99................. LADIES' DUTY UNIFORMS Mfg. surplus, nurses, woltresses, ol- tondanls. Slightly soiled. 5.00 values. SANDAL Red, whria 'n' bfue. Vinyl ttrapi on a gcnuino cork plalform. ATTENTION OUTDOORSMEN! JUST ARRIVED! CAMPING AND OUTDOORS EQUIPMENT Everything for the Pro and Beginner. Shop Mfly tor itm hart CHARGBX at YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR FOAM MATTRESSES ALL SIZES C.I.L. LEATHERETTE 0EPT. .CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND 5th STREET SOUTH THS USERVE THE VIOHT t6 UM1T QlfAhTmES ALL COLORS anri SIZES Opon Mon. thru Sat. 9 lo 6. Thurs., Fri. 9 to 9. rntlc Council slottor rc- cd UiuV "Nilwn N'osan o Co., the cotn Giind fucd innkLM" in Japan, us lo sliwl npilnlizcd fowl lol nt Alborla i co uilh MitsuhLshi orpotAlion, or n stuiUu1 enlcr- on a joint basis Cn- diiiu interests." Ttie rcpoil, origuiaLixl Tokyo, said the project. ic backing of -.he frdunil gov- riuticnl. "The project would run ho.icl of liocf cattle plus ga and sell the meal to Can- da Puckers, Swift anil other caters for dislribntion in llit1 anadian, J ap n n e so iind tlic storv aid. about the report by s'cw Democratic Party Leader irnnL Notley, Agriculture Min- ster Hugh llorncr snitl he voulcl invcsligide. Dr. Hornor said ho vas ware of "the interest that has iccn expressed by a number o[ he feed lots in Alberta ip with Japanese inlercsls in lo procosinp aiitl sup- )lying (lie Japanese markel vith Tho niinister said the Alberta Gallic Commission ami imlivid- lal feeders, in co operation vilii UIR provincial government invc made "subslantial head vay in looking into the market r beet in Japan." Mr. Notley said outside tho louse (hat (he govcrnmen' should look Into 'the corporate farming Ihe extent ol breign invcslmenl and tho Canadian inleresls arc in the proposed feed lot. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Tliere was a mixed Irnclo on the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange toda> with prices naoving fraclionall} in holh directions in all com modifies hut [lax. Flax was more Mian a cen lower on dull trncle. Barley was fractionally liign cr and rye lower. Volume of Irade Tuesday in eluded bushels o( flax of rye and o. rapcseed. MID-SFISSION' TMUCES Mav lower July P.; lower 2K5r-8: Oct. lower 2.84-Vi; Nov. -Ts lowei Rapcsewl Vancouver: June lower 2.71 f'i; Scp. fi highei 2.6-1; Nov. unchanged 2.61'i Jan. 34 lower 2.59. Rape-sued Thunder Bay: Ma; lower July Ji Oct. higher Nov. unchanged 2.56, Oals: May unchanged July unchanged Oct. nn cJianged 70. Barley: May unc h a n July 'i higher 1.10; Ocl higlier Rye: May not open; July lower 1.04 j; Oct. i lowc WINNIPEG fCPl Grai quotes JJonday (basis Lake High Low ClosD ..Klnx May 283 Jly 2H312 28G-'i OcL Nov 28-lTs 2B4-i 284'i Rapcsctrt Vancoiivnr Jlin 27G-.1 27J'z 27Pi Scp 263 '3 i N'ov 2G5 SGPz 261 Vz 2GO 25DVi i Jan May Jly Oct Nov Onts May Jly Oct Baric May Jiy Oct Hye May i Jly Oct Tlninder Hay 274'V 250 259 2C3 250 25G Ill e) -d ByGena Fawcetle ON THE TRACK A CAR CR TRUCK WHICH MUST TRAVERSE AWJPYORSNGW- COVEREO TESHA1N, MOW HAS A CONVERSION KIT OF SELF- CONTAINED TRACKED UNITS ARE AVAILABLE AS WHEELRE- PLACEMENTS ANO CAN BE ATTACHED IN 15MINUTcS... MiscwUnucous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (.Supplied by Uoliprtv, LAST Hin Oil SAl.i: A.m. QuDlcs) WESTERN OILS rmlni-K 5 '0 Casf GJS 7.15 71. >o hl.ind CO P Oil C-ns bib JW 7 57 M in! Sl'prr -Jn Lanq Is T frln Oil pi :rlli Cdn Oir ic" Gfl5 ruler .Try Rain .ST 1 90 lo.fO Oil B UUS.KY Oil War Inter Prov f'ipc lifer I'rcv 5 ami P Y.n'.rr Hcs Macilic Pole R.Tlnlcr S.mrfwcll r Tnlcdync Weil Crin Whifp YuV-on Wcslllel'l CALGARY PIPE LIME STOCKS AIM Gas A Alia (Jas Pfd 75 CO Altn Nal [H CO a.m IJ.-il '.V M N W Gr Principal Gr Roy Fund Tornrt Or UniKd Ac Universal S8V 7-W 7.9! S.13 S t- 6-ir 711 7.17 7U 5.63 611 B 20 9.01 11.4? 13. H Vent 7 17 B.31 VAriCOUVER Dath Norn Drrnda Bryrtn Churchill Cc n.Wj 7; co Lcrex LyMcn 1 OS 5 10 .34 S-OO e 70 9 -15 1.70 SiartT-rd nl me 0 d nay Co ri Pay Oil Hud B.iy Oir :n Russell iky Oil M M 5 4 12'' 13 CQ 15 50 75 31 CO TIB i l 50 V.'ar U 43'' JJ7S WC Trdns 11 MUTUAL FUNDS All fdn Com 9 03 _... AH Cdn Divid 10.13 11.07 All Cdn Vejil J Tl J M INDUSTRIALS i Arnr Gr I- 719 60) BTO% 5-M AGF Spocnl 3 B-C' Sugar TO.II1! r Cdn In F i 35 U-C. Sugar Pld li B71 i Ccl 7.03 7.71 Can1 'nlcr Inlfr Id 1 I CrcstbrocX F Ind -35 i Cmnw Lev 3 96 J ?i "YS 3 CO Ccrp invuit 617 67S P 70 Crrp In SI F J 38 561 InFrr -W DityfLS F U.S. 13 7G 1.5 23 KeV 'r.duil Gr J J S7 W Air IS 75 Gr fcquily 750 S1I Stampede Inll Ros I 2i Invosl Gr r 12.JJ 1361 OILS Invesl Mufuaf 5 PA 4.-M Albany Oil M Mulual Ac 593 6 SI Plains Pele -35 a Gr F 617 4.73 Cxplo.' .IS Toronto mines, industrials (.Supplied lly Hichnidson Spcimllrs of Canada) LAST HID Oil SALE a.m. Ouoics) a.m. Guoles) MINES rlvrx-are Asb. VJ Nor rex [ll-oo a.m. Dome Pelt DcFasco Fd o( Ampr (it Cdn Oil Canada Tung. iiar frjl Paf Coin L.iho Cochenour DTrken-Jon Dcnison Wi Hecr Horn asT Sulhvpr alconbridge FitM Glonl Bov 3 75 l.rVJ IB.75 e 70 1.10 R-Trfinrr. Rio Algorn Silvi H25 E.tO 15 25 .OS 555 _. Tnxmom Canada i I? X'-'e-Jcrn 3 7S Wrinht Hargreavei Wiljroy V.'ind'.lll .C7T, YellbWknTfo (.'0 2.75 39. J 5 45.75 Inl Pipe Inv Gp A Inl UlilPin Ir.dviit Accec INDUSTRFALS Y.K. Ahifilji Alcen Algcmi ,7i Bell Trl due d.vay R L Holl inner Hudson Bay M S Hyrir.n rcn Bey so .lief Quebec B 10 3.10 315 3 .23 7 A5 li' B.C. Tel Burrs B.C. Forest D C. Sutjar now Valley Ind CAE Ind Cdn Cell Cal Corm C C'.VN G Cnd Di Chyrsle CPR ll.PJ'i rJoclh, Ccnf A3 m Pov.f-r Ccrp M JO Price Co JO 0} St Law Corp Shell CDA 7.35 Simpscn's 7 Simp Sears of CArt A J5.35 13 75 9.30 1935 21-M 42 50 7 Oi 75 ST 1.3Q 7i It J5 3 75 13 CO Pp i Oil .17 11 35 7.15 i B.Mh s Gei [Jew Calumr! W. Horse Copper Don- Dorr Dvrr DDIT Car B Woodward's A v.'est Cdn sd Zcnilfi Llec BANKS Can Imneial Monlreaf Noi-a Scolla 21 CO 14. CO Ifl.ll'.i New York storks (Supplied By nicliarrlson Sccnrllles of Canada) Arrr T nnd T JJ flr.j Sears 10 Gcldi Ifll.TS off .11 It SI SM QM of N.J. 70 75 10 Bale Mel 97.91 up .Ji Refh SFcel 3] IJ'-V TEXBS Gulf TIB 75 Ij VV Oils 233 W off .89 SI.JO Wailingl.riusE FTec 53 iJ1 7 35 Indust Pi9 M up "JB U.S. Mecl HnlFj M up .74 JIM'3 TORONTO AVERAGES Mcnlfjorpory Ward 30 Indusl "W-l? up .U Vclume Com sal nuaini GV, Gulf Inl Har Livestock CALGARY CCP) Receipts on the livestock mar- IcL In 11 a.m. were head, mostly slaughter and cows. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold fully steady to 25 cents higher, heU- cns were in short, supply and mainly medium, to pood kinds; grades selling al stronff prices. Cows were gen- erally medium and canner kinds witJi all prattcs soiling steady. Bulls fully steady with sales to 30.40. Choice steers lo .16.30, good 3-1.50 lo 35.50, medium M (o Choice heifers 34 to 34.00, gox! 32.75 to 33.75, medi- um 30 to 32.nO. Good cows 27.25 (o medium 25.50 to 27.2.5, cnnncrs and cutlers 21 to 25. Good bulls 28.50 lo 30. Replacement cattle were practically all steers weighing pountfs up and selling al steady prices. No stock calves on early. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 3-1.50 to 36. Ilog.s average base price NW INVESTMENTS ITD. NW EQUITY FUND LTD. NW GROWTH FUND ITD. NW FINANCIAL fUND ITD. Tor a can'idcnFial discussion call or wrila DICK BATEMAN, 609 10 St. S., lellpbridgc Ph. MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 1811 LAKE POINT ROAD 0 5 bedroom home (3 upstairs, 2 rlown) One block norlh of College Mall 2 balhs (1 up, 1 down) fully carpclcd up and down Completely finished basement (rumpus room) landscaped O Fenced 18 months old Call JOHN HAIBECK PREFERRED REALTY Office 328-3420 Residence 327-4436 ;