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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Decembor 8, iscellancous notations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohurty, Iloadhousc and McCuaig) LAST IIII) Oil SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) Quotes) WESTERN OILS Hun Bay Oil Invest Mutual S.JO S.69 Almlnex 20 Hud Day Oil Pfd Mufuill Ac 5.0i 5.56 Altfl East GBS Hutjli Riisscl Mutual Or F J.81 5.7V Asnmera 1 50 Husky Oil 1600 N W Tin -UO -1.B-j A'hland 1 Oil H'jsky OB d-03 N VJ Gr i DP Oil Gas 25 Hi'Sky Oil War I, .10 Principal Gr 3 J.33 can Scull, 75 Inter Prov Fa, 13.H Roylimcl iM iM Ccln Ex Gas a Intnr Prov steel 700 !'S Ccln Homcstd 70 Kaiser KK 390 ?c, J'J! f'S Ctln Homo Pfd 1 75 Lak, S! Oil j MGF Mjnan, I r 11 VASER ik. 1 r r In nil Churrhll Copper (5 ScS S 3 :13 no-, :s ig North Cdn 6.00 Tr L A J8 3, P.t. G" Tr L Pfd 75-m P S ill? Alta N" Ga' OT-S" Gronislc 6.80 Pan Ocean 11.75 Ras Komloops N and C Gas MMV, Lornex 6.J5 N and C B Pfd 29.00 Lytton Minerals 1.30 Pinnacle Gas Tr pfimer Place Gas 1.01 A.Wro 575 Pyramid .36 Metro Pfd A 65.00 silver Standard 1.12 Rangtr 12.12V2 Tr Cdn P Texmont .79 Scurry Ram 14.75 Tr Cdn P Pfd B a.ttl Troian 25'i Wraner 09 Tr Cdn P Pfd A Vallsy Copper 7. CO Seir.ens B.15 Tr Cdn P War 10.00 WC Res 05 WC 7...SO INDUSTRIALS MUTUAL FUNDS Block Bros 785 Dccait, i.m GreBt c ia la Su "ii.ifri A" Cli" C0m "m a'7a B-C' Pld fSnhtT ,c A" Cd" Divili Inter 5.75 INDUSTRIES All Ctln Vent 3.50 3.B2 Crmttrock f Ind 3.05 Aquataine 25.00 Anir Gr F 597 6 56 Growers B 365 Brinco 525 AGF Special 2.79 Key Indus! .21 Cdn Brew A 3025 Cdn In Fund 5 9fl Hys 2 C0 Cdn Brew B 35.25 Col Mutual t.n Interior Brew j'so Cdn Pacitic Inv 23.CO Cmnw Inter 12 90 u.ia Inter Mariner 70 Crcwsnest Ind 2J.25 Cmnw Lev 3.27 3.59 okanagan Helicop 5 50 Cygnus A Wi Corp Invest 5.37 5.87 pacific W Air 1100 Cyqnus B s.62'3 Corp In St F .1 73 5.17 Stampede 'r.'l Res 70 Genstar 11.50 Dreyfus F U.S. 11.92 13 u6 OILS Home A 3000 Gr In Shares 3.27 3.60 Albany Oils 42 Home B 30.75 Gr Equity 6.00 6.59 Plains Pete Hud Bay Co Invest Gr F 10.63 11.62 W Explor .12 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities o( Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) MINES Pine Point 21.25 CAB Acme .21Vi Placer Dev. 23.50 Fd oase metals .03 to 73.19 and western oils .28 to 202.43. Volume by 1 1 a.m. was s ir.res, compared with a tiic same time Tuesday. Advances outnumbered de-c hies 133 !o s.i with 172 issues uncbanced. Bevcrus-'e, irocessing, Irust ami loan and inc mining issues edged lower as seven of the inc uslria index's 17 su >groups posted dec ines. Banking, oil refining, utility and communications issues edged fractionally higher. Occidental Pete dropped 'A to Inco to Placer Vi (o Consumers Distributors to i and BP OH and Gas 10 cents to SS.15. Wclker-Gooderham was to llelntvre 1 to S67, Mattagami to Abitibi'A to Great Lakes Power to SlQ'.'t and Falconbridge V2 to '2. Dii Pont was up to S29'i. Price Co. '2 to Pine Point to S22'.i, Im wrial Oil to 2 am Pan Ocean !i to SIPs. UP MONTREAL (CP) Papers let meagre advances in light morning trading on the Montreal slock market today. Combined vo ume on the Montrca and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 21 1.300 siares. compared with at the same time Tuesday. On inccs. papers rose .6 to 2. tanks .21 to 223.80, industrials .21 to 175.92 and the composite .14 to 176.46. Utilities, lich led gains T u e s d a y, slipped 16 to Lethbridge livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m., about 750 head mostly mixed grades of steers and cows. Trade was active. Slaughter steers scld at steady prices; heifers were scarce and steady; cows were steady with good scarce and bulls were steady. Choice slacgher steers 33.50 to 34, BOO-J 32.25 to 33.25, medium 31 to 32. Choice heifers 31.50 to 32, good 30.25 to 31.25 medium 28.7n to 30. Good cows 23.30, medium 20.50 to 22, can-ners and cutters 17 to 20. Good bulls 23 to 23. Replace ment cattle were Dractically all heavy, fleshy, short-keep steers 'Selling ai steady prices. Insufficient gooc stock calves offered to establish a market. Good feeder steers more ;han 750 pounds 33 to 38.80. 3ood stock and feeder cows 21 .0 25. Hcgs base price cattle operation planned FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. (CP former Utah rancher saj'. he's completed a "multi mil lion dollar deal" for more than acres of land ir the Peace River district, future home of a livestock operatior to be known as The Hoof and Horn Ranch. Lee Dahl, who moved to For St. John three years ago, said Ihe ranch, covering a triangle bounded by the Kistatinaw Peace and Pine rivers south of Lhe community of Taylor, is expected to start operat ion next March. He said livestock will include cattle and sheep and the oper ation will be run with the help of his wife and sic children racked by undisclosed foreigi investors. The purchase price of the land was not disclosed. Mr. Dahl said he expects head of cattle to arrive next spring and a further in :he fall of 1972. Headquarters 'or the ranch will be at Mile 31 of the Alaska Highway and about 75 persons will be employed. Mr. Dahl said he first became interested in the Peace liver district in 1962. He sa.ic he decided on the area because climatic conditions are unexcelled for raising livestock anc here is a longer growing per-od for feed. prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Haw-seed futures remained under heavy selling pressure through mid session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Pi-ices were as much as three cents below previous close levels as the selling pressure from U.S. and commission houses met with limited vclumnes of buying. Flax had a light, local trade while oats and barley had only small domestic shipper buying. Hye remained inactive. Tuesday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, 347.000 of rye and of rapeced. MID-SESSION PRICES Flax: Dec. U lower May lower 2.46, July unchanged 2.48''iA. Rapesecd Vancouver: Jan. 3 lower 2.53'iB, March 2U buys oil sands leases CALGARY (CP) Standard Oil Co. of British Columbia, a wholly owned subsidiary of Standard Oil Co. of California, has purchased development leases en 40, 34i acres of the Athabasca oil sands. Purchase price o[ the parcels, acquired from (lie Mc-Knight Petroleum Trust and Territorial Oil and Gas Co.. was not disclosed. Tlie reserves are near the only production facilities operating now in the sands the Great Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. plant are close to the proposed facility of Syncmde Canada strikes for third time SALISBURY, Mass. (AP) Mary Nugent has watched two of her children die from Leukemia .Now she's told a third has (ho incurable disease. "Alter the first on_ died, they told ma I could go back and have ether she said. "After the second one, they said it was very unusual, that it would never happen again. "Then when 1 went in with this one, the doctor said, 'There's no reason for it, no answer.' But, Mrs. iN7ugent is not relying solely on doctors for anymore. Her home is filling with religious articles and she's taken two-year-old Billy to a faith healer. She's sprinkled his head with "miracle sent in the mail and tried pinning a lock of a dead nun's hair to the boy's bod. "I'm at the point where I'd try anything, she said. Mrs. Nugent lest one daughter to tlie disease 14 years ago when the child was three, and another who was two when she died in 1902. She has three other j y w w I By Gone Fawcelte ITS NOW POSSIBLE TO BREED SUNFLOWERS FOR A CUALITy FOOD CHOP AS HYBRID CORN IS GROWN. THE DIECOVERYOF A'RESTORER'SENE BYATEWS AGRONOMIST PROMISES TD INSURE UNIFORMITY IN HEIGHT AND TIME AND THUS INCREASE THE YIELD BY OIL-RICH SffPS OfTMf HARDY PIAHTCOUIP BfAH AlTemATC CAOP TO OR SOYBEANS. 3CSV June 3 lower 2.55A. Rapesecd Thunder Bay: Dec. 2 lower 2.38A. May lower 2.47A, July 3 lower 2.47A. Oats: Dec. higher May unchanged July unchanged 67-lBA. Barley: Dec. higher I.WSA, May unchanged July unchanged l.OtKB. Rye: Dec., May, July not open. Hifih Low Close. Flax Dec 23ffii 236 236% May 246'-b Jly 248% 247's 2481-z Rapesced Vancouver Jan 260 256'i Mar 2S2 258'j June 260 253 258 Rapcserd Thunder Bay Dec 241 !i 240 May 251 "4 249's Jlv 250 Oats Due M% 0-1 'i May Jly 67-lt Barley Dec 106''i May Jly Garry Hotel by fire, was liven an almost-enthusiastic reception earlier during the day. BOOED ONCE He was applauded three times during his speech and booed only once compared with the eers and derision which ;reeted him last year. Mr. Olson detailed the new federal small farm development program announced Monday and voiced a plea for support DUTCH HASH AMSTERDAM (R e u t e r) Dutch police seized 290 pounds of hashish at Amsterdam's Schi-phol airport Wednesday and four persons, three of them women. A police spokesman said it was one of the big-jest drug hauls ever made at .lie airport and the fourth within eight days. trucks found faulty DETROIT (AP) Chrysler Corp. announced here it is recalling light-duty, early-production 1972 model Dodge trucks for inspection and tightening, if necessary, of bolts that hold the cargo box to the frame. Chrysler said it anticipated only a small number of the vehicles may have loose holts, adding that some suspect vehicles already had been corrected because of notice forwarded by Chrysler to dealers while vehicles still were in stock. In Toronto, a spokesman for Chrysler Canada said 940 trucks in Ontario are affected by the Greetings OPEN HOUSE SOUTHERN SIRES THURSDAY, DEC. 9th from 10 A.M. on Come and lee our 3 Chianlnas: FILIPPO FALETTO FADING and all our other lop quality bulls. EVERYONE WELCOME Southern Sires is located 3 miles louth of on Ihe Coutll Highway. Phono prices (CP) Aver- Edmonton: 25.30, ..-d Itdmctd. Jl.w. prices to Jl a.rrr. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing 25.77. Red Deer: 25.10, average Tuesday 24. M. Calgary: 25.25. a v e r a gc Tuesday 25.52. LcUibridge: No sales, avcr-i age Tuesday 25.12. Lloydminster: No sales, average Tuesday 25.67. Grande Prairie- No Hv THE CANADIAN PltlvSS Hudson's Bay Oil ami Gas Co. Ltd.. common 30 cents Jan. 28, record Dec. 31; series A pfd. B2'.i cents Jan. 15, record Dec. FOR SALE BY SEALED BIDS 1968 Cadillac 2 Door Hardtop Sky Blue, highway miles, avg. 18 per gallon, immaculate condition. Send Sealed Bidi to THE AUCTION BARN 2508- 2nd Ave. N. futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live 'beef fu ures close Tuesday. Jan. .-M.50A: 33.20; May-32.75B. Monday's volume: 16 Dec ftl'.l ill !M'i May 101 mi Jly fewtaj vr i m Save income ta saving for your i Up to can be dedu income when deposited savings.plan. Call ROYAL TRUST loday Royal T 740 4th tout ting a c dollars back JlfcJnhere? xnow while retirement cled from your taxable n a registered Tuesday 24.79. Total hogs sold Tuesday average 25.59. Sows average 30, record Dec. 1 5. Simpsons-Scars Ltd., class A 12 cents March 15, record Feb. With 10% cheque of total b d. Bids taken until i p.m. Fri-day, Dec. 10 by moil, and until noon Sot., Dec. 11 at the i Au-'ion Barn. j Car on Display WED., DEC. 8, 1 TO 5 P.M. FRIDAY DEC. 10 ALL DAY VEGETABLE Potatoes arc the most inipo--tant of vegetables produced in Canada, accounting for al-rrost two-thirds of the value of all vegetable CENTRE FOR SALE! LOCATED. IN. BUSY. SOUTHERN. AlRERl A. TOWN. JUNCTION. OF. MAJOR. HIGHWAY. Property consists of fully modern 16 unit motel, 22 unil trailer park, serviced; six unit overnight trailer park icr-viced. A W Drive In, very busy in season, large public coin waih with 22 washers, T3 dryers. Gulf service station (cross lease expires in extra space in several buildingi suitable for living quarters, garage room for car wash. The above property ii all in excellent condition TAX SHELTER PHYSICIANS DENTISTS We will buy your present equipment at full origina value and lease back. j Think what you could do with the money you have tied up in your office. PROFESSIONAL SUPPLIERS AND ALLIED TRADE REPRESENTATIVES -THIS OFFER IS WORTH INVESTIGATION TODAY Phone 328-5037 LETHBRIDGE or 823-5811, DRUMHELLER DAY OR NIGHT MONARCH LEASING LTD. Ste. No. 1006 Board of Trade Tower 1 777 W. Hastings St. Vancouver B.C. Alt REPLIES HEID IN STRICT accountant it initructed to make pertinent figures available, owner willing to sell on an equity basis and asking cath with balance over ten yean, Johnson Gerald Thompson COWLEY, ALBERTA FORT MACLEOD 628-3775 734-4165 CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. BOX 114, COWLEY, ALBERTA-PHONE ve. South, Lethbridge, Alta. ;