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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LCTHBRIDGE HERALD IhuruJny, April 20, 1972 prices dip (11.05 a.m WESTERN OILS quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal In Oolu'rlv'. McCiiaii; Limited) i HID Oil SALE QLV'C.V M "0 ,1 ril. (fUOlC-5) MllliO Pr m-sesson rriccs in [UIIHll InVUT ill nud-ni'.irmim trading I'MiMrrU index dropped I! it n i ins, FiiH'l .n-cl rlvniica (k'.-lii'.c.s ir.iii'x's r-.rSuMrinl min- stocks I slumped in light morning Irad- on tlic Montreal stock mar- kot today. On index, imhusl rials fell .62 In 205. W, Utilities .-14 lo hanks 1.81 to 275.36 and the composite .71 to 20-1.61. Papers rose .02 to R3.7-I. C o m I) i u c it volume on the Montreal and Canadian slock ICNC linages at 11 am. was 15 shares, compared a; the same time QuclM) Hal MS I.It NW Finance 5.17 5.M NW Growlh i W Prin Gr 4.V9 5 JB Roylund k 51 4.78 Temp Gr 7.1J 7 SO Un Accum 5 414 Univ Savings 8 3iJ 701 Vanguard 11.15 1734 Comm Veflt J !1 S.3I Univcst 585 6-37 VANCOUVER MINES LINE STOCKS 17 Ti 72.W Allo Anuk Arlic Wining A'flS ETxplor Norse D rend a llryton Church Copper Croyden Dankcc Delly Varden Dynasly Fqu.lonal Fcrf Reliance Grinl AViicol Granlslc .19 proups nnd n dropped idpe- r's to S-'J I, Dy- ;md Fati- I'll l'" n.ijiy ID 1V Selkirk lln Ml. Slim-ill L t'.mnda mera lo Mnntrcnl to Canadian I Uii to S-IC. ItLii'hhi'l In Slii1.-. Sl' S43'i, Tar.i .Southern IY and Pipi'I.ines 'i lo M.CMP MU.NTIiKAL K :'i Prices in all so; tors cxivpt papers In ?1V i. A foil lo Lo SIS' i. Wc-st- i In ?U1, Asa- and Bank of -.M7.. iU'.'S vas up ld Ciii'inifiils 'i Canada to l-i r.vits to S7 DAMAGE HAIL 7 AN JLST REPORTED rSQM RUSSIA, STWEUSE CFS'vULL ROCKETS LAUNCHED INTO THE CLOJDS COMPOUND TURNS KWL- FORM1N5 CRYSTALS TO RAIN... 3y Gcno Fawcctlc ClAlMeDTHOUSANDS SAVtO BY ROCKETS AMP GETfCTOftS APPEQACHMG MAIL CLOUDS f Rapid Dala Systems fell Lo ?i2-s, Intomational Utilities ;IL lo Hudson Bay Oil to financial Collection Agencies -M to ?24ls and Impe- rial Oil tO S31V Credit Koneier rose lo S75, Transmission l? to S31 and Hoyal Trust '2 lo 540. 1U LI, TUADK NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices nosed lower today ;n dull trading, continuing Wednesday's slide, as investors expressed their jtttors over the escalating Vietnam situation and reports of price inflation. The Dow Jones average o[ 30 industrials at noon was off 4.20 at 350. -19. On Wednesday the Dnw dipped a little over 4 points. Among Canadians, Mclntyrc Porcupine declined to Dome .Mines and Walker CJood- crliani boih lost L2 to and respectively and Alcan to Canadian Pacific was up in On the American Stock Kx- change, Brascan Ltd. gained lo Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices lo 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 28.35, average Wednesday 2337. Red Deer: 28.35, average Wednesday 28.20. C n 1 g a r y: 28.45. average Wednesday Lc-Uibridge: Nil, a v c r a Wednesday Lloydmin.slcr: Nil, average Wednesday 27.H5. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. to- day, Total hogs sold Wed- nesday average 28.31. I Sows average 20.fi5. ' Prle i. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Hurt n.iy Hud PdV Hud Day 11 S M Trclan bM Vf.t Valley Copper 100.1 let 97 Resources J 57 INDUSTRIAL! 7 ?l 7 91 DIocV: Br-olhers 3.JS 3.151 [i.C .Sugar 20 M 5 05 S 5? B.C. Sugar pFd 1 97' 6 774 Cap Inter t K I i M U M Cres! For Ind 4 15 3 T5 -J lU Hys 300 17 4 75 Inler Brnw 1.70 d i 31! S p! Inler Wdriner 93 II ('j U K-y Indi-sl .iO JlO 4 SI Pac Weil Air 17 37'.' 7.51 5 B4 Slam Int'l Res 1 J! 17 13 61 OltS 5 P4 A.J1 Albany Oil 59? t 51 Plains Pelf? .3-1 6 10 West fcxpltr .H', NEW MEMBERS The Iclhbriclge Chamber of Commerce has acquired ihe firsl three new members in iheir 1972 one-day blitz, today for increased membership. They are; left lo right: Werner Schmidt, academic vice-president at Ihe Lethbridge Communi- ly College; Jim Salmon, manager of a new business in Lethbridge. Family Fun and Gomes! and Perry Wardell, manager of Ihe Supersomt car wash. Livestock market report Toronto IN Mies, industrials (Supplied By Scrurllips o[ Canada) OR SALE 3 Do la sco Cable Fd rf Amcr Gl Cdn Oil Gen Meiers G1 Lakes Pap j Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Marker sid Huron, Eri- ImpariFil Oil In! Nlrkcl 19.3711! 7.9i 30.1IVi Calgary livestoclc CALGARY (CP> Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- ket, lo U n.m. were mostly good antl choice slaugh- ter steers and cows. Trade stronfi anc! active with a good local demand. Slaughter siccrs net a keen demand, clostnp SI hifihcr for Lhe week. IIcLfers were scarce and sold steady for quality. Cows were mainly medium and canner kinds with all grades selling bulls sold steady, over finished bulls were difficult to sell. Choice steers 30 lo 3G.60, good 35 to 36, medium lo IM.75. Choice heifers 34 to 3-1.80, good 33 to 33.75, medium 32 to 32.50. Good cows 27 to 28.50, medium Coin LaXu Cot-rtenour r la 3.09 ir-r-r. ugrpaves 1.15 INDUSTRIALS Induit Accept Kelly Doug A 25.50 to 2725, fanners and cut- CL-S 21 (o 25. Good hulls 211.50 to SO. Replacement caltlc were iractically all steers, weighing more than 900 pounds and sell- ing at strong prices. No slock calves on offer early. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 3-1.50 to 37, good feeder heifers 575 pounds up 3L lo 33.50 wilh sales to 35.20. No hogs were sold to 11 a.m. Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS. TraiisCanaila Pipelines Ltd., three months ended March 31: 1972, 86 ccnls a sliare; 1971, GO cents. Tollcstriip job EDMONTON The highways department today .warded million In ccn- rarls, including lo Yocman Construction Ltd, oE Winlcrlnirii for 12 miles or soil- cement liasc course on High- way 35 from north of Keg lliver lo I'acldle Prairie. ToUc.strup Construction Co. Ltd. of Lellibridgc got a 185 contract fur asphallic con- Lrctc pavement on sec- ondary roads 503 and 8M in the AlliiiKliiim and Linden districts. M PavinR Lid. of Red Deer a contract for grading and other work on Uiplnvny 51 from west of Benl- ley to the junction of secondary road 7GG, a distance of about 12 miles. A contract for went lo I'otcr Kicvvil Sons Co. of Canada Ltd. of Edmonton for work on Highways 37, 15 and 23 and secondary road n ana 1003 4th Avenue S., Lethbridge Telephone 326-4426 roccssi 1'-: Norlh Cenf Hudson Hydra Lancjls Silver R L. Malar-lie G.r LEASE From your Franchised New Car Dealer etler Service Facilitiei Service F Wnrranly Inspection; Beifcr choice of modeli Mora Flexible [eating Plans Your lease can inclucU m a in I e nance, licence, and insurance INQUIRE NOW INTO THE ADVANTAGES OF LEASING OVER BUYING Conlact BORIS KORESHEMKOV Beny Automotive Enterprises Ltd. 2 Avenue Bth Slreel 5. Phone 327-3147 NOW! ILL IMMEDIATELY 1811 LAKE POINT ROAD 5 bocljoam home (3 upstairs, 2 down) One block norlli of College Mall 1 licillis (1 up, 1 down) fully curpeled up and down Complexly finished basement {rumpus room) Lnndscapntl Fenced 18 months old PREFERRED REALTY Cat] JOHN HAIBECK Office 328-3420 Residence 327-4436 Traders Gp A Trans Can Pp Union Gas Vers'alile Mig V.'csfeel Unicfl Car B V.'crdy.ard's A V.'c-u CHn Sd Zenith Efec BANKS Can Imperial 77.00 11 25 13 75 9 19.CO 31.00 ?3.7i m 19.5J 17 75 2J 11 J3CO ESTIMATOR-DRAFTSMAN REQUIRED By Local Steel Building Firm REPLY IN PERSON WITH RESUME lo BEHLEN BUNDING SYSTEMS COUTT5 HIGHWAY General Farm Suppliei Mnin Building Offices totaled WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale Of FRESH FESH and SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD AT FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thurs., April 20th and Fri., April 21st From a.m. to p.m. 31 W.'i York stocks (Supplied liy Ilic-.ianlscm Securities of Canada) Comsar DuDonl Gen Molcr Gull Lnl Harve Kern Cop Mnnl 11J 70 ;j ne.25 Golds 1M.4J up .23 Base Mel 77 3J olf 63 West Oils 323.B7 Dfl .71 JJtv.j volume iS.M NEW YORK AVERAGES :o Ind 9M i 3? Fl- 20 Rails 371.37 off 3.71 J S. JJ15 15 Util 1OT 31 olf -35 TORONTO AVERAGES 45 3JJ31 dl 00 :D In j 21 cu 7: Volume prce revew Winnipeq Grain WINNIPEG (CI'l There was a mixed (ratio on the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange with commcKlilios frac- lionalFy in both directions on a 70- modcralo r May lower 2.65; July >.t hifihcr Ocl. higher 2.nV2; Nov. [i: lower 2.54. Oal.s: May unchanged 69; July unchanged Wi; Oct. un- Rapeseed exprtrlcr. com- mission house and local which Iwftan lo pick up ;il jnitl- scssion. Volume of trade Wednesday was BOli. DM hushcls (if flax, 73G.WIO of rye and ajTILWl of rapc-seod. Mid-sessicn prices: Flax: May hij.'lisr J July 'i L i lower 2.fl-J1j; Rapo.socd Vancfinver: June "i hijjlser Z.M'i; Nov. Ic'i'.u-r a.l.H' i: Jan, 3i hifihcr Z.'.'.t Rapesecd Thun May unchanged unchanged 1. 10; Oct. unchanged live: May unchanged 1.10; July N higher 1.05; Oct. (CP) Grain rmoles Wednesday (baiss Lake- head Jim Sep Xov Jan li Low 'i 2 285 I 283'j I Vnircotncr Close 285'i 2S5'i 2W 201 '2 CORRECTION POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT I'S SLACKS Advcrliscd in Wednesday's paper should have read Open Dtiily 9 PAIR lo 6 p.m. Triimday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 College Shopping Mall 2Q25 Mayor Magrath Drive On Is Mny Jly Ocl Mario- May Jly Ocl Ill'S M a y 110 Jly lO.i Ocl loir: 2C2 253 267" 4 262', 293 Tbimrtcr Day 2C5Ji ir.V, 256-i 69 70 IMTi 110 no 1017i 102% IJccf futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live brof fuliiros close V.'wlne.sday. May Jly 34.30B. Sen 'I'uc.sday's volume: 12 con- tracts. PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS After 20 years' absence, 1 relurned recently to Ihe United States. I ployed the Lltllo Tramp in sJlenl films. Who am I? HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 SCORE: 7) to K poinh Good. 81 to fOpolnh Enolltnl, 41 to 70 polnrt Filr. Wor FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION To what extent Bhouldrrmnklnd continue with space exploration? STUDE YOUR NEWS QUIZ PARTI- NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Last week In ceremonies In Washington, London, and Moscow, about 80 nations signed a treaty banning 7 n-undersea nuclear tests b-blologlcal weapons c-Lhe mass killing of seals 2 Alpha 66 Is a-a Soviet spacecraft headed lor Jupiter b-a nickname (or the presentGreek govern- ment c-an antl-Caetro Cuban refugee group 3 A devastating earthquake hit last week. a-Iran b-Peru c-India i While touring Canada, the Chinese Inble tennis delegation viEited the birthplace of the late Nor- man Bethune. He was a Canadian who IB a na- tional hero In Communist China because from 1937 to 1939 he a-leaked secrets to the Chinesewhllework- Ing in the Canadian embassy in Japan b-furnlshed China with its first table tennis equipment e-Eerved and died as a doctor in the armies of Mao 5 To date the oldest rocks brought back from the moon have been about billion years old. R-l.S b-3.9 c-5.5 PART II-WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with Its correct meaning. 1.....pulmoniry 2.....periphery 3.....caruiac 4.....catalyst 5.....perigee a-someLhing that aids B chemical reaction b-relaUng to the lungs c-lhe closest point in an orbit d-relatlng to the heart e-edge or outer limits 111. NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Nikolai Podgorny a-Presldent, Argentina 2.....Yakov MaliiV 3.....Juan Peron 4.....Alejandro Lnnusse Kosygin 4-1772 b-Prcnilcr, Soviet Union 'i-.SovlcL United NallonB Ambassador d-President, Soviet Union e-t'ormer leader oJ Argentina VEC, ln< ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;