Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE ICTHBRIDGE HERALD Wetlnestloy, December 16, 1970 Market lower trade in I'OKUYI'O (Cl'i The To- stock market was frac- tionally lower in light mid- tnorning trading today as it en- lered a third consecutive losing session. On index, indusirials were jou-n .24 to 17D.91, base metals 21 to H8.47 and western oils .ti8 1.0 189.40. Golds were up .in to Volume by 11 a.m. was 593.000 snares, compared with 601.CAJO at the same I inic Tuesday. Losses outnumbered gains 112 '.u 75 with lilt issues unchanged. Weakest sectors were comnru- sications and industrial mining. White Pass and Vukon was Pav hike for ii' employees VICTORIA iCP1 All of the aiore than '25. 000 provincial Jovyrnmoiit employees in Brit- Mi Columbia will get salary increases m.'xl year and a sub- stantial number will receive an week's holiday as well. The announcement was 71! a d e Tuesday by Premier W. A. C. Bennett at the annual luncheon !o honor long-service provincial employees; Mr. Bennett later told re- the amount of tlie in- crease will, as usual, have to .wait tlie bringing down of his 1071 budget early next Feb- ruary. For the last sit years. salary increases have av- 6.5 per cent. Tlie extra week of holiday apply to about em- ployees with between one and five years' service. At present after one year an employee gets two weeks' annual vaca- tion which will be increased to three weeks. "t'he three-week vacation rule remains in effect until an em- ployee readies 15 years of ser- vice when it becomes 312 weeks. Those with 20 years or more get four weeks' annual vacation. down li to Slj'i. International Utilities to SW-i. Maclean- Hunter to Moore to S33W, Jnco 12 to Mili and Thomson Newspapers 'i to Leigh Instruments rose x-? to Bombardier 1L- to In- land Gas -Is to Deni- son 4 to NO BEPOHT I Tlie Montreal market report was not available at press time. U.IA NEW YORK iAP' The I stock market gave up further ground today as pressure from profit-taking took its toll for the i third day this week. Trading was moderate. At noon, the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrial stocks was j down 4.72 to 814.90. i Among on tlie i NYSE, Mclnlyre Porcupine was I off to down were Canadian Pacific at and Distillers Seagrams at and Massey-Ferguson was off '-i at Dome nines gained 5s to and Genstar Ltd. '4 at SJ138. On the American Stock Ex- change. Scum1 Rainbow Oil was off Vi at S203i, while down were Canadian Javelin at and Jupiter Corp. at S7-'s, Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP1 The, smie strong price pattern indi- cated at the opening was main-' taincd in all commodities at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Aggressive exporter buying and thin offers continued in the oilseeds, where prices were as much as seven cents above j previous close levels. j There was good commercial buying in barley and and exporters were particularly in- lerested in mall grades oC bar- ley. Oats, while relatively inac- tive, was fractionally higher in tlie July future. Tuesday's volume of trade consisted of bushels of flax, bushels of rape- sets! and 185.000 of rye. Mid-session prices Flax: Dec. higher 2.47 ViA, May K higher 2.57'isA, July 3'i higher Oct. higher fiapeseed Vancouver: Jan. 4Ts lu'gher March Is higher May 5% higher July 3 higher 2.70B. I Rapesecd Thunder Bay: Dec. higher April 7% higher June 5 lu'gher j 2.72B. I Oats: Dec. unchanged 87, j May unchanged July M> higher Oct. not open. j Barley: Dec. Vs higher 1.28A, May ?s higher 1.291-iA, July 3-'s I higl'ier 1.29B, Oct. not open. Rye: Dec. Us higher 1.05B, i May Us higher July "s j I higher 1.14. Oct. hot open. i Prices Tuesday for class two I j wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 nor 1.83: 2 1.81; H 4 l.707-s: 1 Durum 2 3 1.69'i -I il.CS's: IGA prices: l nor 1.33: i 2 1.81; 3 1.76li: 4 l.TOTi; Durum 2 l.TIBs: 4 l.So'.s. Grain quotes Tuesdav (basis Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doheny, lioadlioiisc and McCuaigi LAST IHD OH SALK Juotcil fl.tn. Quoit's' a.m. Uuotcil WESTERN OILS Inll Ulll Pld Almlnoy 580 Inttir Stcc Pipe AsTmcra IS 12'- Jefferson Lake Bint" Jou'el j'w Barons Oil J.M CM 70 Plains Pete West Warner 39.W Or In Stores 3.02 tjb Invest Gr 10.16 8.50 invest Mutual 5.0S IOS Vcnl "7 O'r 3 6, Mutual Arctic Mining M .35 Belli Copper M Bornlle Ridge B.C. uses authority of act to stop railroad hearings Ranoer Jcurrv Rain 1 7V., olcalta ,oc Gas Tr L A Capt Inter 4.20 Nat Gas 23.50 Churchill Copper 1.31 Cdn W Nal GBS 15.25 Coronalion Credit 1.00 Nal Gas Crcsl W Varden Ind Cdn Brew A Pfd Cdn Brew B Ptd Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Pacific Inv CPR Pfd Cro'.wnesl Cvrtnus A Cyqnus B Cum Prop Home A Horn- B Home Pitfld Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bav Oil Pfd Huskv Oil Husky Oil War Inter Prnv Pipe s 4.80 30.25 3S.SO UOO 2J.R7V7 ?.50 34.CO 5.25 575 1-1.00 27. CO 27.00 1.75 3o.2S 53.00 13.15V] 7 10 13.50 T cd p M 00 if fp War westcoast Tr 19 75 western Pacitc J.B5 MUTUAL FUNDS AGF special 2.3 'il nmiiuiu ficials said Tuesday. 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