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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 28, 1972 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied bv Doherly. .McCuaig Limited' LAST HID OK SALE WESTERN "Market Southern Ontario to gain five seats under redistribution plan OTT.UVA fCP) Southern spring to try to match riding of Cochrano-Tim-! were granted a quota of Ontario will gain live Commons iation shifts with new riding di- i iskaming. pecrple each. In practice, the ridings prices up Sin lig LINE STOCKS Si A f-T- 1 Seagrams rose to S-423 Royal Trust '2 to Sol. Canadian Utilities to Shaw Pipe to S147- and Murritt Photo fax 15 cer.ls to S4.1Q. FaIconbridge Nicke! INDUSTS I it v, Toronto industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities ol Canada) LAST BID OR SALE TORONTO fCP) Prices on the Toronto steel-; market were i moderately higher in light mid- i morning trading today. I The industrial index, consid- ered a major indicator of mnr-1 1 ket trends, was up .43 to 219.84. j to 563, Dawson (golds .12 to 187.28. metals j "i to S3, Koffler Stores lo .32 to 82.32 and western oils ,52 Controlled Feeds 10 cents to 271.73. to S2.SO and Kaiser Resources 5 Volume by 11 a.m. was j cents to SI.35. i GOfl shares compared 2.1 j million when there j was heavy trading in shares i ar.d rights of Ram Pete follow- I in? an open market distribution. I The New York market was c'osed today following the death of former president Harry S. Tram an. j STEEL STOCKS DROP At Toronto, beveragc, trust i and loan, food processing ar.d I cemrnujncation stocks were j among sectors of the market I recording gains while merchan- dislng, oil refining, steel and I utility issues were Advances outnumbered de- I dines 113 to 73 while 179 issues i remained unchanged. -eaLs and the north will lose J f.vo under a redistribution plan j 'o be published for the province j :oday by federal electoral boundaries officials. The 1971 census raised On- i tario's share of the 204 seats in j the House to 91 from the present 83. The only other prov- -nee to enjoy an increase in rep- j I resentation is British Columbia. British Columbia moves to 2fi seats from 2'i. Five provinces lose seats: Nova Scotia Lo 10 I from 11, Newfoundland to six i from seven, Quebec to 72 from j i 75, Manitoba to 1? from 13 and Saskatchewan to 12 from 13. Prince Edward Island retains i its four seats. New Brunswick i, stays the same at 10. Alberta I still has 19 and the Yukon and I j Northwest Territories one each. MONTREAL fCP) Most! But the redistribution of seats sectors advanced in lieht trad-1 will not affect an election be- on the Montreal stock mar-' fore late 3573, when read- ke'- today. j justment or ridings for all prov- visions. Under the plan. Metro To- ror.to retains its 22 seats, al- though with major changes in boundaries. But the burgeoning suburbs, and the strip between N e w 1 y-formed ridings in figure may go 2-ri per cent southern Ontario include Mark- cr" be-low that figure. ham-Vaughan of Toronto, j Electoral officials say nine of M'ssLssauga North and Mis- the 12 existing ridings in North- sissauga South on Metro's v.cst- icrn Ontario fall below the min- edge, Oakville. and Ontario irniim of W.437, while several South to the east of Toronto. i southern ridings exceed the and Niafara Falls, wili gain five i TOHONTO MAP ALTERED i maximum of scats to reflect a growing popu- Though it holds its 22 seats, j Dates and places of hearings lation density. Metro Toronto some j on the new map: Feb. 5, To- ririVrrc v changes in its new riding map. irorto; Feb. Thunder Bay; i for examole. is Feb. Lor.don; Feb. 15, Wind- After hearings throughout the j spUt into North and sor: P-eb 20- fieite-.-ille; Feb. 22, Under a complicated arilhme-' Ottawa: Feb. W, Feb. tic formula, ridings in Ontario 2'j. North Bay. Hoe prices Combined volume on the Mon- treal ar.d Canadian Stock ex- char.ges at 11 a.m. was 242.900 snares, compared v.lth 1G3.000 at the f.arne time Wednesday. industrials .50 to 246.18. .45 to 99.S3 and the com- posite .30 to 2.T2-62 while utilities i were unchanged at 138.59 ar.d banks declined .55 to 273.93. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Credit Fonder rose SH'Xi, Great Lakes Papc-r 1 to S19: ij and Dbiillers-Corp. 1 to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change-. Berricam dropped to i on 24.2CO shares. inces and territories Ls sched- uled for completion. Boundary com missions in each province have been working since last province, the boundary commis- sion will submit it6 plan to the Commons. Mi's may reque changes, but the commissions in each provLr.ee have the final say. In Northern Ontario, the rid- ings for Fort and Port A rthur a re co m bined into the single riding of Thunder Bay. Trxj present riding of Thunder Bay, which stretches from the of the Lakehead north to Hudson Bay, is called Nipigon under the new plan. The second loss in northern Ontario is caused by the corn- i binaticn of the ridings of Coch- rare and Timiskaming Lnto the .'r rocessina an 1003 4th Avenue S., Telephone 328-4426 Swi INDUSTRIALS i EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. privided by tte Alberta Hog Producers j Marketing Board Thursday: I Edmonton: 33.36, average; Wednesday 39.11. Deer: 3-3.40, average TCcdr-r-sday 23.24. Calgary: average i 23 51. L e t h b r i d g e: Nil. average V.Var.csday Fort Macleod: Nil, average Wednesday 39.55. Grar.de Prairie: Nil, average V.'edcesday Hogs sold to It a.m., to- tal hogs ?old average 33.82. Price of sows 25.25. G Livestock report Calgary livestock brill. Jainerl Markets closed Market up .77 up rent standards and sohe-uied to be replaced, authiorities said Wednesday. NireUen ponons (Jitfi in the i crash between the truck ar.d the bus, one of carrying a church group from Austin, Tex. A stafr: said the six to KJ feet narrov.er than c-jrrent It in to a ditch. He pian.s to improve the bridge .24 scheduled to ?o to contract in 'April, IW-J. Corporcfion desires a Permanent Resident To Distribute foods Prc-ducts for us. May starfr full or parf-tirns. No selling, required for fnver.lary training, Write or phone BEVERAGE SERVICES 2213-B Birth Street Van. 9, B.C. (604) 732-733] Trade strong and active. Slaushttr steers 2o cents higher CQ a record h.yh on the CaJsary market of heif- ers scarce and fully steacvy; good v.'ere steady v.ith medium canrer kir.d3 strong; -.vere higher v.ith sales "to .31.70. Choice slaughter stetrs to M.75 to me- dium ?A to So.25. Choice hei'ers 35 to 35.W. M.75 to IM.75, medium S2 to Good co-.vs .26 to 27, medium 24 to 25.75. canr.crs and cuttors to 24. Good 3i to -7j. rfcplacfrntnt cat- tle v.ere offered to establish a market. baif; price Tr.e Calgary marks t ?A to 'trading Jan. 1. Tr.e u.-'jal facility for handling [livestock will te provided. prices Winnipeg Grain WLVMPEG fCP) Trading wao light and dull with prices moving fractionally in both di- st on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Flax lov.er in the nearby futures hut Octorxrr shov.-- ir.g fractional sirenrrth v.hile as] .-ipeitc-d futures, except Tn'on- der Bay July v.ere fracticnally lo'.ver, prices '.vere frac- tionally higher. Oatsr barley and r.'e v.ere also rawiiig only fractionally en very light trade. V.'odjVjEoay's volume of trade v.-as -tn.Wi of Hax, of and of rape- prices: lov.er T.77B; SW'iA: Julv -i Oct. higher Vancouver: Jan. U March lower Jur.e U lov.'or 3.16E. Rape-eed Trunder P.av: Dec. '2 lower Mav lower July S.01U; Oct. 1 lower 1 A; July ar-i n'jt i ev: Julv not ojxjn; 1 iSB. Rye: Dee. '-'2 May Iw.er 1 lower 1.7V lower lower July By Gene Fawcette STERSCI? YES i? is SUCCESSFUL. >JC CHANNEL j S07 j fe 1WV' j '__1 i i'VJ J i Oct. not open. High I ClMe Klai Dec rns'j 37! May Jlv 375 374-2 Oct Jiapftseec] Vancouver Jan S1C--2 Mir S20'i Jun 318 315 Thunrler Bay 3V. l LethbricJge Jazz Club Presents Year's Eve JAZZ PARTY a> the Town Chef S5 membership includes admission, dancing, and WEEKLY JAZZ COMBO In Attendance ON SALE NOW Chef 1 .Jiy I I 5s-' ,'_ j Jlv 172 2 Of.-t 112 141'.' 1H Ii2 I Doliar Value National Dept. Stores CORRECTION item in yeslerday's edition of The Herald should havo read as follows: LADIES' SHIRT BLOUSES SIMPSONS T'C' Ocdlb Tire and AutO Centre LOW LC PRICES ON SNOW TIRES 4 FLY NYLON SNOW TIRE 7.75-14 Super Traction has a full depth tread for good traction. Four full plie: of Du Pont nylon for strength superior safety. 700 S19.49 RETREADS ALL SIZES ONE LOW PRICE )road ruhbor and strict con- trol fcr -y iofi fifj. Tfj'jd sicr.-, shown cr 1 2 rnonrhi. rncrt. Slud'Jc-ci tirc-s eo, Srviis guarantee BI Simpsons-Scars yo'J 'ho TrMl guaranteo utUlaclion or money refunded and free SERVICE STATION HOURS- 3 a.m. to 6 p m. Daily ond Frirfoy until 9 p.m. Contia Vrllotje Jnd Ave. ond St. N. Telephone 318-9231 ;