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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied hy Uohcrty, McCualg Limited) LAST II1J) OK SALJi Gold stocks lead market advance TORONTO (CP) Gold is- sues on ttic Toronto slcwk mar- ket climbed sharply higher as prices In most major sectors of the Toronto stock market posted gains In active mid- morning trading Way. The gold ir.dex was up S.Oli to 213.77, industrials .21 to 212.27 and western oils .14 to 252.51. Base metuls were down .Oil to 04.35. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares, down from at the same lime Wednesday. Beverage, merchandising, oil refining, steel, communication and food processing stocks reg- istered hroad advances while real estate, utility, industrial mining and pipeline issues turned moderately lower. Advances outpaced declines by a moderate margin, IliS to 109, with 208 issues unchanged. Thomson Nc-.vspapcrs was up 2'A to rhe company an- nounced Wednesday a tliree-for- one stock split, subject to shareholder approval. Consumers Distributing gained 1 to Simpsons to Bank of Nova Scotia to MO'.i, Falconbridgc Copper 'A to and Reader's Digest to Contemporaries finally gelling some alleuliou a.m. Quolesl WESTERN OILS 6-3S AHa Cfllt Gas 7.90 Asamcra AthlanJ H-75 Oil Gai i Oil Huiky Oil B Muiky OH War (nler Prov Inlcr Prov Sled Can Cdn Ex Gai Cdn TORONTO John Francis and 3IB of his con- temporaries who died last century finally are receiving a little recognition and social acceptance. The graves of Francis, a millstone manufacturer who died in 1837 at the age of 38, and the other SfiH are located in an obscure corner of Mount Pleasant Cemetery. They were moved there tween I flat and 1881 from an old potter's field at the north- west corner of what now is the downtown intersection of Bloor and Yongo streets. Howard Clark, general manager of the trust which administers Mount Pleasant nnd seven oilier Metropolitan Toronto graveyards, said Tuesday that the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church controlled the only conventional ceme- teries In early Toronto. Because of this, he said, persons who didn't adhere to these faiths often wound up in potter's fields along with criminals, paupers and un- known persons. nut Mr. Clark says the de- teriorating gravestones o! Ihe 3G4 persons will be treated with chemicals to preserve their faded lettering. The corner of the cemetery in which the graves are lo- cated recently has heen marked with a sa ing "the resting place of pio- neers." Great-West Mfe fell 1 to Grallon Group Vi to Versa- toed "A to Mclntyre 2 to Great Plains 'A to and Massey-Fergus i Vt to LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices levelled off in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. On index, industrials rose .47 to 228.62, utilities clipped .79 to 162.04, hanks dropped .81 to 280.39, the composite rose .03 to 221.23 and papers dropped .41 to 98.63. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges to 11 a.m. was 500 shares, compared with DOO at the same time Wednes- day. Highlighting gains on the Monlrenl Stock Exchange, Thomson Newi rose 2'A to Scott Paper 1M, Trans- Canada PipcLinc to and Dofasco to Declines included Falcon- bridge down 1 to Inter- provincial Pipe Line 1 to Canada Dominion Sugar to Royal Trust 'A to and Labatt "A to On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Mistango rose two cents to 20 cents on shares, North American Rare Metals rose three cents to 27 cenls on shares and In victus Oils rose a cent to 65 cents on share. IJJA UP NEW YORK (AP) Sloe' prices floated upward irt mot crate today, but th movement was mild comparcc with last week's rally. Tlie noon Dow Jones averag of 30 industrial stocks was u 0.75 to 951.91. Advances led de- 631 to 509 among is- sues traded tn tho New Yor Stock Exchange. Among Canadian stocks Dome Mines advanced Alcan JA to to and Walker-Gcoderham to Mclntyre droppct Vi to Genstar Vi to nd Granny Vi to On Ihe American Stock E liarige, Brascan rose V 22It and Scurry-Rainbow Ind Gas Oil Super Cdn Long li Charier chleftan Dome Pc1c G1 Plains Gl CJn Oil Locrilel Uorlh Cdn Oil Numsc Sciljcns Tola! Detalta 3.65 8.20 50.W .35 9.50 3S.53 33 W fi ?5 6.10 16.5O 15 ?5 15.75 11.50 1.62 4 M 13.7S J.30 13.7S l.US WM! PC MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqullali Pacific Pefo RalnlT Cdn Sc-.J Yukon Wcstfiel'J CALGARY Acrcll DaronV Oil -Oi .11 North Conf -W PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gci A S3..M Alia Gai Alia, Gas 17.6' Inland Nat Gas II ant) C Gas N and C Gai Q PacHic Trans Gai W.eJro Gai Helro A Trans Cdn Trans Cda B Traris Cda A 3 Tram Cda Vttr Trans WC Trans Wls Gr tnvcs Mulual Accu ttu Gm1h Fd fJat Resources Finance Gr 8.10 5.47 5.8; 5.03 Roylund 7-W 7.W Tcmlefn GfVrflh 8.33 Unfd Accu 433 Unlv Sav 9-12 Vanguard 10.SS Unlvest 5.96 655 MINES AH on 15.M Alias Explor tl BJhrst Mint-: Churchill Cpr Dankoo Dolly Varden U.75 Equllorla! Por1 Reliance 24.00 Giant rVascot GraMe LyMon Mlr.crah S.W 4S.W 5 13.25 1 28.621V 455 7.10 8.00 1.62 Bales ready to resign oil land deal TORONTO (CP) In the wake of a disclosure thai Attor- ney-General Dalton Bates and two partners stand to make up to on land ex- propriation by the provincial government, Ontario cabinet members have been ordered to ovlde Premier William Davis ith a list of all property hold- KS- Mr. Bales has offered to re- gti and said Wednesday he ey Copper Grin Cdn Be. omc B ud Day Co id Day Oil MUTUAL FUNDS 15 JQU I Cerl L, QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Denial Mechanic apitol Bldg, PHONE 328-7604 Hog prices G1 5.0 INDUSTRIAL AM COII ComrxJ 8-S4 5.33 Block Bros SriS All CDII Div 9.41 10.38BC Sugar CDH Ven 4.30 4.70 BC Sugar Pfd ?9-w Grwlri Fd 6.M 7.35 Cap! Inler AGF Spec _- Columbia Brev 5-75 CDN InvDs Fd 5.76 5-7' Crstbrk For I 13.WW Mutual 7.11 7.S1 Hys comwllh Inter 14.91 16.38 Key Indus 34.00 ccmwllh Lev 4.05 Pac Air 3S-CO Cornwim Ven 7.93 8.77 Sljnpede Inl'1 135 15 i 30 3.90 3.25 .63 73.M ud Bay Oil Pfd 35.00 Corp 4J.50 Corp I OILS Sk Fd 5.33 5 62 Albany Oil Dreyfus Fd US 13.19 Plains Grpd Income Sh AM 4.W Explor Toronto mmes, industrials (Supplied By Hichardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE rei) tlliW a.m. Quoteil 5.35 Dome Pete 38.3 .25 Dcfasco 27. W Cable 43 75 GrY Cdn OH 6.B5 325 Gen Molors ,ld Grt Lakes Pp 1 10 Gulf Oil Cda 23.25 3.95 31.00 a.m. Quotes) MINES ,cme .3 Advocate Asb. kaHclw Bralorne 2.M EDMONTON (CP) Aver- ge prices to 11 a.m. provided >y the Altjcrla Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 34.20, average Wednesday, 34.M. lied Deer: 3-1.20, average Wednesday, 34.24. Calgary: 31.20, -a v c r a go Wednesday, 313d. Mi I, average Wednesday, 31.33, Lloydminstcr: Nil, average Wednesday, 33.84. Grande Prairie: Nil, aver- age Wednesday, 33.45. KorL Mncleod: Nil, average Wednesday, nil. Fair-view: Nil, average Wed' ncMiiiy, nil. Total hogs .sold 800, total Iiogs sold Wednesday Av- erase 34.49. Sows, average 2-1.45. arc Belhlehem da Tung Cassiar Central Pal, Chimo WCSl Com. Rambler Lake enour Cralgmcnr Mines Denison Deer Hern D'Eldonn Dome Wines Donalds Discovery Mints East Malar-tic East Sullivan Falconbrldge Frcbex First Marillmei Giant Y.K. Bovls Granduc Headway R.L. Hoillnger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Fx. Irnn Bay Iso Jollct Quebec Kerr Add 1 son Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Uangls Silver Macfeen R.L. Malarflc Martin McNtely Mela Micfrim Intern Mogul Hu West Homes New Alhona New Calumet W. Horso Copper Noranda T9.75 3.15 1.77 17.00 1.50 1.0? 1J5I a.m. Mcrlhgarc Oslsko Pino Point Placer Dev, P.C. Exp. Quebec Man RayrocV, Radiorc- Rio Algom Sherrill Go Silver Mllle sreep Rock Tck Corp. Upper Canada Westecri Mines Wright Yello-wkn Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) With the exception of flax, prices were1 generally slightly lower in a light volume of trade at mid- session on Ihe Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Flax prices were up nearly two cents above previous close levels in an activ e exporter trade. Rapesccd prices fluctu- ated in a narrow oats were steady, barley and rye fractionally lower. Volume of trade Wednesday consisted of 733'' of flax, _, of Vancouver lajxjseed and of Thunder Bay rape seed. Closing prices: thuudoy, Ausuil 10, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HEBAIB Ford signs pact for new engine higher 3.00B, Dec. May highcr Flax: Oct. Nov. his) higher B. Ilapeseed Vancouver: Sept unchanged 2.50, Nov. lowe Jan. 14 lower March lower 2.54ViB, HapeseeU Thunder Bay: Oct 'A h i g h e r 2.44, Nov.-----, Dec unchanged lower 2-43V1A. May 'Jon 17.75 ,04 lla J.5R 7.30 5J.75 .26 .55 7.75 2.15 3.50 5.50 XO.GO 20.75 INDUSTRTALS Ablllbl Alcan Algoma Steel A1co Ind Atlantic Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel turns Cult Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hur Erie Hiram Walker Imp Oil Irnasca Inl Nickel Inl Pi pa Inv Grq A frit U1H Ind Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Loeb Lohlaw A Stores Ferg 'a McMillan Dice Corp oulcl decide within two days hethcr to re-sign his cabinet jost and his scat in the Icgisla- urc. Premier Davis told a news onfcrenco Wednesday he was rying to persuade Mr. Bales to emain in the cabinet and ac- u.sed the news media of draw- ng "prejudicial" inferences on m matter. The attorney-general offered his res ignat i on because, he aid, he wanted to preserve the ntegrity of the office and not embarrass the government as result ot a land purchase he wau] and two partners made in whal Dcc was Markham unchaneed The land is near the proposed site for Toronto's new inter- national airport and Mr. Bales said he and Ms partners could make between and highcr lmm May COO (or the farmland which the [owcr j 12" iB Ontario government will ex- propriate. HAD NO INFORMATION Premier Davis said the attor- ney-general was not privy to any information or studies per- taining to the airport. He said there "was no evi- dence of impropriety." DETROIT (AP) Ford or Co. announced here it as signed an ayrtcrnent with s'. V. Philips, a giant Dutch nanufacturer, to develop "li'jt- iir" engines for automotive, in- lustrial and marine use. Tho 'hot-air' :alled a Sterling cycle en Bine- uses alternately heated and gases to push pistons jack and forth. The engine uses dji external burner to licat a contained As the gas is icakd, it expands ar.d pashcs against a piston. After completing the stroke, Ihe gas is cooled, then reheated for use again. Standard internal combustion engines use expanding gases as their power source, hut the Sterling engine, they hurn their fuel inside the cylinders, leading to pollution problems. The Sterling engine is similar to a steam engine, hut unlike I Ihe steam engine, there is no liquid to be boiled and relique- crankshaft of a conventional engine. 'J'ho engine can run CD virtually sny burnable fuel. Kori! said Philips lab testa In- dicate that the Sterling engine hai potential for extremely low exhaust emissions and low noi.'.c levels. It also promises greater fuel economy than con- ventional engines, Ford said. Oats: Oct. unchanged fjcj. A Ford spokesman said May Barlcy: Oct. Vs lower Dcc. Va lower May Vi lower Rye: Oct. lower 1.08UB, Grain quotes Wednesday (ba- sis 13.75 B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar BOH Val Ind CftE 1nJ Cdn Brew Chemccll Ccl Cell Calgary Pow coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Pfd CdD Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers Chrysler .11 C.P.R. Co m I n co 9.50 Balh 9.50 Cons Gas .19 Dlit Seagrams Oom BrltJgB Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores l.BI ,n 9.60 .22 43 M 3 31 .04 .57 1.05 poisons B Norm Cent 17.75 Power Corp Price Co Rothmans 42.50 St. Lav; Corp 15.75 Shell CDA 23.50 Simpson's 7K87V3 Simp Sears 35.50 Sleel of Cda 7.37V, Selkirk A 7 75 Texaco 4JO Traders Grp A 1 80 Trans Mln Pp Trans Cda Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfff West eel Union Car B A West Cdn seed Zenith Elec BANKS Cdn Imp Montreal Nova Scotls Royal Tor-Dom 27.67'A 28.75 9.37V? 43.62V? OT.Wi 14.37Vi 6.50 4.20 4.75 21. 16.75 27.B7'.'i 49.75 2S.75 39. M 12.75 High Flax I Oct 30K1 Nov 29914 Dec 291 May 303 Low Close 293 293 303 'A 29K 293'.i Beef futures Itapesecd Vancouver Sep 25414 25fl .Nov WINNIPEG beef Jan 253 253ii futures close Wednesday. Mar 256 2.55 Sept. 34.10B; Nov. 34.30' N; Jan. 34.75N; March 33. ion. Tuesday's volume: No con- tracts. Kapcsced Thunder Bay Oct Nov Dec May Oats ]0ct Dec 240 24014 24414 243'1 24414 240 'A 24914 2S.M 10.75 33.00 16.W 20. CO 49.00 40.12V3 35.87'A 5J.25 18.75 34.00 45.7S 13.621'j 24.25 1B.M J2.55 19.00 6.00 3.05 Dollar value NEW YORK (CP) Cana-l dinn dollar up 3-64 at 29-32 May in terms of U.S. funds. Pound Barlcy sterling down 3-16 at Oct IIS'A Dec MONTREAL rccialed by one person who emindwl him Ihat a lew years ngo (lie federal government had urged farmers to "grow all ho wheat you and Uio result was a glut. "Arc you applying this tn cattle asked Ihe un- identified mnn. "Canada's licet production is short of demand right replied Mr. Olson. "We're im porting hccf." He said the annual harvest o fish is declining and people arc looking more to meal, for pro- loin. "If we in western Canad. don't increase our production especially in cow calf opera lions some one else, poss: bly in Ontario, possibly in som other part of tho world, is go ing to do it for us." lOarlicr, Mr. Olson announc FfltD DZtlEY HUTTED THOME] I7M1U I'occssiiKj anc 1003 4th Avonuo S.r Lolhbridge Telephone 328-4426 C i-occssincj TONIGHT and FRIDAY ONLY! STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE TULIP LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz. tins TABLE RIGHT LIGHT PORK SHOUL PICNIC STYLE HOCK ON In Wctaskiwin that the fed- ral government will grant that ,ty [or improvements its airport. The improve- ments will include a taxi slrip, arking apron and a new light- xl foot runway. TOP VALU BEANS with PORK By Gene Fawcetta FILM fOR GIASS A NEW IMPROVED SAFETY ILM FOR SWSS DOORS AND WINDOWS BONDS PERMA- KJEWty TO THE GLASS JUST BY SPRAYING WITH SOAPY WATERi irs THE FIRST TO CONVERT REGULAR GtASS TO LEGAL SAFETY STANDARDS AGAINST SHATTERING.., KRAFT CHEEZ WWZ HgATANO QLASE fROM each at at ron ;