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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Auguil 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE HE8ALV 21 quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied hy DullerLv. JVIeCuJng Limited) LAST HID OK HA MO tlhWl fl.rn. Qucies) fl.'n. Uuoleil (lliQQ Quoin) WESTERN OIL4 Oil R 50 In veil Gravy i 10 UP Oil Sou r.rln Cx 1 Oil Wrti Prov ft 1'inv bl T In' SO W.ul 425 'Aut Inr] Oil Una Fil S.W S.tO 1 56 into V.'lh S.Ufi 6-U ow 513 S.6? 732 i 7 71 8 41 CC.n S 6 37 Snv fi J? 10.C.4 604 664 O1 Cdn Oil Lo'.lilcl Morth Crtn MISCELLANEOUS PIPE LIHE STOCKS Church 11 find Ga- 13.7.1 9 Grain prices Winnipeg WINNIPEG Ml com- moditieK showed price vunces lo mid-session on tlie Winning drain Kxclumfje to- day with rapeseed Ihe Market prices V illlCOUVUr lUJHJMiUU mure Diaii five cents in Ilic; 3 iicarhy muntbs whilu Tliundcr; Tl I'l fl 11 P i I Til I Day wiis as inucli as i UA_y Edmonton has ideas to aid independent grocery stores way. hi a brisk Vancouver trade, advanced four cents higher. J-'lox, confined largely lo commission house buying, ad- vanced about two L-eriLs as did rye futures. Oals and hurley B B.C. Sun.ir PM "00 15.25 l.W Home El Mud R.iy Co were fractionally higher in ac- tive domestic shipper buying. Volume of trade Thursday consisted of bushels oi flax, of rye, of Vancouver ami of Thunder Hay rape-seed. Mid-session prices: Flax: (M. 2 higher 3.09A; Nov. i'.i higher Dec. May higher Vancouver 5 higher 2.55IJ; Nov. 5V Jan. 47K ll 2.u7J.L'B; iM arch -1U TGKOMTO fCIM Prices on to CHUM the Toronto stock market Pan Ocean turned fractionally biglier in Hamilton Thrust I- moderate mid-morn ing trading i Shully's Industries to SGl.V after drifting lower dur- ening mimilos of industrial index was A to 2HJ1 ami western i today ing the trading. The ahead oils Al lo 25B.M- fJolds wei c Gibraltar down J ,20 lo 214.27 and hasp trohoim1 metals M to 92.0.1. Volume by 11 a.m. was fXK) shares, down from ai Hie same time Thursday. 1 Advances outnumbered de- n> dines 121 to 7K with 218 issues; the Montreal stock market this1 higher, unchanged. Communication, nil refining. Robinson Little gained to International Mogul lo Total Pete 25 cents to and Ram Pete 15 cents to VUO. SticrriU was down to SMVi, to Ml, let- to Slfllii. (jrent Plains to and Dome Mines to S7ii. EDMONTON hall has come i ideas that may dent grocery stores stay in hus- iness. j In respon.se to H wjuc-sL i from Alderman Una Kvaas. the planning department has sug- I gested that any further applica- z lo tions for store development j should justify need to avoid and [conflict of market areas. The department also suggest- ed that the traffic branch re- view parking bans and restric- tions near Ihe stores to find out if anything can be done to ease the parking problems experi- enced by small businesses. When Alderman Kvans asked for the study, she said many independent corner grocery stores were being threatened bv national and international (C'P) City tion of economic activity, bui ing lo develop a convenient up wilh some it Is fell this type of control store lo that such a ston help indepen- does nol properly Jail within zoning by- does not properly thc realm of the unsat tisfied de- If council accepts Iho recom- mendations, the onus will on the person applying for Housing bill Prices i g h c r higher cstalc general manufacturing issues posted moderate advances while hank- Toronto industrials '.Stipplicil Thunder Hay: Oct. 4 higher a.SlHzB; Nov. 3 higher j ing beverage, merchandising Dec. higher 2.3UB; anfj stocks edged May 4 higher 2.4UB. Oal.s: Ocl. higher 7li'; Dec. !'.H hi-'her May fractionally finlf Oi! Canada was up to 5-HR, Consumers Distributors Tly Kichnrdson Securities nf Canada) nri> on SALK t ni'CO a.m. Q AV'iiilir.l BrflFcrf Broula Cncher.oi Criiifjn Denisi Door Hr Jl a r I e y: Ocl. unchanged Dec. !j higher May '-2 higher Hye: Ocl higher [3ec. 2 higher I.H; May higher (irain (judtos llivir.s'iay t basis i I Max Oot .lOU1 MONTREAL tCI'i were higher in light trading on j operation.s, specifically Mac's milk and 7-11 stores. morning. i clive Rrxlgers, city planning i the i says, tlie On index, industrials rose l.Oi) cnnni-irinnrrpnt 37 the itaff ,o hanks Clipped to Ihf; Ir rALh-w.. u. tu b nnnii M hf.llrs a SCr- Krom WASHIXCTOiX (Ci') The ouse of Representatives as.sed early ttxlay hy a vote of to 102 a bill to curtail man- would fill mand. Exi-sUnf, corner stores thf-n would have the continue! pro- lection uf the ing bylaw which in effect when the j store svas wiginally establish- Tlie study says that within the la.st couple of years chain food stores have sprung up wilh ''a background expertise in kxationyl analysis and market- ing which are usual- ly not available to the in- InrlejK'mU'nt ureters Bear sonit chains estunatefl business ha.s dropped hy as mucli as per cent ar.ci in one instance by :KJ per cent. Man y of the independent stores sin on major roads wth lillte or on-strect parking: solutin is reslric Livestock Calgary livestock composite rose lo 223.74 and papers rose .79 to Combineil volume on the i f. i KJ., Montreal and Canadian stock llllIUJd. exchanges at 11 a.m. was 800 shares, compared with i 1100 at the same time Thursday. Oil Canada rose 1 to I Canada Cement Lafarge 1 to! HI. Canron 3i to Infills; '.i to and Adres Wines to Chi'ysler (hopped to i their "home neighborhoods to remain open 24 hours -a scr- racially integrated fnmily-nperaled store can t match. Dec May :iOfil'4 :i04S T-.W Kapcsoccl Vancouver Mi Den- Eifl-.l Sull PiikonLri INDUSTRIALS olift OUPS; err Addi- Annio LflVf? I WadM '.Inn j Mar Oct Nov i May j Oals I May lOct I five Oc( Dec- 1 247 2-1 2-1 (i1 a 2-14 109 CALGARY (CI'l on the Canary livestock mar- 1 kct lo 11 a.m. dialled 375 head. Lac" mostly replacenicTil cattle and slaugiitcr cow.s. Tradn was ac- live. A few slaughter cfcllle sokl in line with closing prices I Thursday which are quoted. j Choice slaughter steers to 33.70, 31.25 to 32.2n; mecJium 30 to 31. Choice heif- ers 30 to 30.HO. good 23.75 to 29.75. medium 27.50 lo (Jnod rows 26 lo 27, medium 24 ;to 25.75, canners and cutters ifl fo Good bulb to 31. Replacement cattle met a gorxJ 4H Thnrsi.ay, rri.lfi. Red Dcfir: Thursday, 3S.2fl. TinLi-winy, Producers Korl Mat-lcfifi: Thursday, .hbridye: N i average j i Thursday, :vi.aa. j Hvor.-ijjo (Iranifc Prairie: Nil. average Thursday, 34 ?.S j Lloydminstor: Nil. Rveragc avnagfi 'j'liiir.silny, 34.82 i Total sows sold aver- j v r n R c l Tliursday, 33.24. Price of 15 us y 111011 lii in airline business MONTREAL (CP) Air Canada recorded I fie bus- iest mouth in its bi.story last month with n tola! of 841JB2 travelling on domestic, North American and over- seas flights, tlie airline an- nounced here. Tlie previous one-monlh was set ir, August, wlien the airkne car- ried passengers, 'Hie of seal.1; filled renchod 7ri cent in July, highest for any one- monlfi period .since August, j A few Rood stock sloer calves 150 200 pounds fA fo 75. Clootf stock sleers heifers more than 400 pounds 35.5ft to 40.50. A few good slock lioifors ralvo.s 150 to pounds 55 lo fw. ilogs ha.so prico CAPB TOWN (Reuleri The Anjilicati dean o( Cape Town, Kcv. Edward King, was founil not piilly Tuesday of as- saulting a senior police official during a siuclciU demonstration June charged The with dean had been assaulting, ob- structing or hindering Col. P. A. Crous, district commissioner of police. The operations at Castlegar, in southeastern British Colum- i hia. are based on timber oln I tained through the pi-ovinciRl 1 governmenl under a tree farm j license Weyerhaeuser said that "sub- stantially air1 of the em- ployees al the Casllegar facili- ties will continue In their cur- rent jobs, In addition, the company said it plans to spend several mil- lion dollars for additional en- vironmental protection mea- sures at Casllegar. BILLINGS. Montana fAP> Tv.o explosions ripped through a Humble Oil Co. refinery here causing an estimated mil- lion damage atid sending one i man to hospital in critical con- 1 dilioLi. J Engineer Harold llartman re- ceived extensive burns follow- ing the explosion that sent flames through part of tbe plant. The damage centered around the Alkylation section, near the centre of the complex. Humble officials said the section would lie closed for 18-24 months. A three-ton tank was thrown an estimated feet from the scene of the explosion and demolished a pickup truck he- fore coming to rest. One wo- man reported picking up bits of metal from her yard three- Ifi con- rjuarters of a mile from tho blast area, LEASEE REQUIRED! Leading oil company has a position available for an aggress ivR person to operate a com pa ny owned ser- vice station in Southern Alberlo. For full particulars, wrile Box 117, Lethbridge Herald RELIANCE AGENCIES H71 3rd, Avo. So. 377-1116 --Mulllple Hiring Sorvico -Exclulivo Agcnli for BOYCHUCK Con.Kudion Lid Complete Servieo IN ADDITION now announio ilic, EXPANSION ol our APPRAISAL DE- PARTMENT lo; -Capital Gcini Vfiluo and Beit --Frro FeoslliMily Nonn BuklioH Ken Branch Dollar value MONTREAL fCIM rifjUar in icnns itf f'a ftuuis mirh.-dij'ed ;il Pound sterling NKW YOHK