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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Toronto market prices lower TORONTO fCP) Prices in i gained to Brascan Ltd. rs of Ihe Toronto I M, lo an all major secloi stock market moved lower in Rainbow Oil slipped moderate mid-morning trading! today. The industrial index fell .22 to 196.77, golds 1.25 to 175.03, base metals .24 to Bfi.M and western oils .32 to 218.81. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared willi at the same time Friday. Advances led declines 124 to 106 with 193 issues unchanged. Steel, pipeline, tions, industrial mining, oil re- fining and merchandising issues moved lower. Banking, bever- age, trust and loan and utility stocks edged fractionally Irghcr. Texaco fell to Fal- conbridge lo 5112, Bethlehem to Pan Ocean 'a to Inco li lo and Aqui- taine -la to Imperial Oil was down Vs to Harlequin Enterprises to Abitibi '.a to Sil. Acfc- lands to sa'.j and Bank of Nova Scotia 'i lo Robinson Little was up 2 to Occidental Pete to Westecl Rosco to Ranger :1i to Industrial nd Scurry i lo to S and Alcan MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mixed in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. The banks index rose .20 lo and the industrial index was up to Utilities de- clined .55 to (lie compos- ite .03 to 193.27 and papers .27 to 87.64. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian slock exchanges at 11 a.m. wns shares, compared with at the same lime Friday. Trizec Corp. rose >i to Consumers Glass '-i to Nor- anda ?H to and Canadian International Power to ?25Vi. Dominion Textile was down to S23U, Texaco Canada >i to OAK, Canada Cement Lafarge lo and Bombardier to or shares traded. NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices slipped today after a slim early gain in mod- erate trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was off 1.28 at 905.40. Earlier, it was up more than a point. Advances outnumbered de- clines on tiie New York Stock Exchange by a fair margin. Analysts said the market was falliiig to profit hiking pressure. Among Canadians, Mclniyrc Porcupine advanced 1 (o Dome Mines to and Gen- siar Ud.'i to Walker Gooderham declined Vi lo On flic American Slock Ex- change, C a n a d i a n Javelin Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (P) Light re- ceipts on the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m. today of 125 head; mostly cows and replace- ments. Trade was active. Few slaughter steers and heifers on offer sold steady for quality. Cows were mainly me- dium and canncr kinds with all grades selling steady. Bulls steady. Good to low choice steers 33.75 to 34.60, medium 32.50 to 33.50. Medium to good heifers 20 to 31.70. Good cows 22.25 to 22.50, medium 21.25 to 22.25, canners and cutters 19 to 21.25. Good bulls 25.50 to 27. Replacement cattle were all short keep steers and heif- ers in the heavier weight range, selling steady. No stock calves were offered. Good feed- er steers 750 pounds up 34 to 35, Rood feeder heifers 700 pounds up 30 to 31.90. Hags average base price 23.20. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers' Marketing Board. Edmonton: 28.15. Average Friday, 28.34. Red Deer: Friday, 28.43. Calgary: Friday, 28.39. Lethbridge: No erage Friday, 28.45. Lloydminstcr: No sales. Av- erage Friday, nil. Total hogs sold Friday, Average 28.38. Sales lo 11 a.m. C54. Average 28.20. Average 28.20. Average sales. Av- By Gene Fawcette fOa TEXTURED 4'X8'PANELIN6 OFSIMULATED CORK IN 16 VERTICAL AREAS OF VARY- INS WIDTHS, COLORS AMD TEXTURES THAT BREAK OFF ATSTASSERED LEVELS... AMfi BOX THAT OWNS ArSOTWEMDS M0 MC 0QU8T Marshall new prime minister of New Zealand WELLINGTON, N.Z. (AP) John R. Marshall became prime minister of New Zealand tonight when Governor-General Sir Ar- thur Porritt asked him to form a government. Marshall said he will an- nounc his cabinet Feb. 9. Marshall succeeded Sir Keith Holyoakc, who retired last week after 11 years in office. Mar- shall had been his deputy, and the governing National Party elected him party leader. Woman perishes in house fire EDMONTON (CP) Patri- cia Larson, 21, Monday was identified as Uie woman who died Sunday when a fire des- troyed (he one storey house she lived in. Seven other occupants of the house escaped uninjured. It was the third fire in the city in 11 days in which death has resulted. A n Edmonton lawyer died in a house fire .Ian. 26 and another man was killed Feb. 3. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uolicrty, McCuaig Limited) LAST HID Oil SALE a.m. Quotes) Quotes} Monday, Fcbruffy 7, 1972 THE UTHBR1DGE HERALD 15 a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlnex Alta East Gas Asamera Ashland BP Oil Gas Can South CcJn Ex Gas Cdn Hoi Pfd 5.90 12.75 5.60 6.15 305 8.75 Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Is Cdn Super Charter Chieftan Dome Pefe Gt Plain-, Gt Cdn Oil Lochlel North Cdn Oil Numac Pan Cdn Pelo Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Total 6.91 Ulster 1.6: W. Decalta t.s: West Pete 11.0) MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aquatalne .60 5.00 975 33.00 30.00 5.70 1.72 6.00 15.75 15.75 12.25 1.35 .55 .67 17.00 16.50 1.20 9.30 JOS T.75 31.50. .U5 5.J5 5.5" 12.50 5300 Invest Mutual 5.74 6.28 Mutual Ac 5.74 16 Mutual Gr F S.7A 6.31 fi 2S Nat Res 7.18 7.B( e'lO N W Fin 4.B7 5.35 15 N W Gr 6.09 6.69 o'on Principal Gr AM 5.09 9M Rovfund 6-17 Art Temp Gr 6.14 6.7) Unilorl AC 5.3'J 5.B2 Universal Saw 7.87 8.65 VANCOUVER MINES Anuh .34 Arctic Mining .16', Atlas Explor M Bath Norce 1.15 -05V, [Jrencfa 5.05 15 Churchill Copper .65 Croyden .16 _ .50 Dankon ,75 PIPELINE STOCKS Dolly Vardon .32 Alia Gas Tr L A 53.50 Dynasty 7.50 Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 7B.13V'a Fort Reliance M Alts Nfll Gas 21.50 Giant Wiftseot 505 Inland Not Gas 14.00 Graniile 8.35 N and C Gas 14.00 Kamloops Copper .11 N and C B Pfd 30.2S Lcrnex 9.70 Pacific Gas Tr 13.75 Lytton Minerals 7.48 Gaz Metro 6.37Vi Primer .12', Gaz Metro Pfd A 66.00 pyramid Tr Cdn P 39.50 Tr Cdn P Pfd B 45.50 Tr Cdn P PM A 73.00 Tr Cdn P War 12.50 WC Trans 29.25 WC Wts 10.B7V3 Hud Bay Oil Pld Hugh Russell Husky Oil Husky Oil B Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pipe Inter Prov Steel Kfliier Res MGF Manage Pacific Pete West Cdn Seed While Yukon CALGARY Acroii Barons Oil Madison North Cont Wes! Warner Standard 1 TexmonI Trojan Valley Copper 6 WC Res INDUSTRIALS Irini CcJn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pacific Inv Ind Cygnus A Cyqnus B Falcon Copper GenstEr Home Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil 5.75 30.50 37.75 6.67V 11.37' 15.12' 33.62' 19.75 MUTUAL FUNDS BC Sugar All Ccfn Com 8.65 9.35 Q.c. Sugar Pfd All Cdn Divid 9.if, 10.56 Cant Inter AH Cdn Vent 3.E5 4.21 Crestbrook F Ind Amr Gr F 6.67 7.32 Growers B AGF Special 3.37 Key Indust Cdn In F 5.05 5.54 Hys Col Mutual 7.2B interior Brew Cmnw inter 14.12 15.52 Inter Mariner Cmnw Lev 3.71 4.08 Okanagan Helicop Corp Invest 6.00 6.55 Pacific W Air Ccrp Invest St F 511 5.59 Stampede Inll Res Dreyfus F U.S. 12.76 13.98 OILS Gr In Shares 3.66 4.25 Albany Oils Gr Equity 7.15 7.85 Plains Pete Invest Gr F 12.03 13.15 West Explor 20 16.00 6.75 4.75 3.65 8.50 15. 25 100 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE Qunies) a.m. Qui MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaitcho Drmilan Bethlehem Brunswick Cdn Tung Casstar Central Pet. west 19.25 3.25 19.50 1.90 1.19 Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickenson Mine Den is on Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Domo Mines Donalria Discovery Mines East Malsrtic East Sullivan Falconbridse Frobex First Mar ft trnes Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway R.L. Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Iron Bay a.m Northgale Nor I ex Osisko Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man RSVrock Radioi'e Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherrltt Gcrdon Silver Miller Sleep Rock Tek Corp. Tex merit Upper Canada Western Mines .3) .26 26.0fi 3.00 .n 1.30 .23 lfi.50 7.00 .05 2.36 5.10 .49 2C.OO Wrtghl HargreaVGE 1-30 .0) Willroy .95 .50 Windfall .10 63.50 Yellowknife Bear 4.50 .071-1 Zenmac .70 INDUSTRIALS a.m. Quotes) Dom Stores Dome Pete Dofasco Famous Players Fd of Amr Gt Cdn Oi! Sands 5.70 GM 80.50 Gt Lakes Peper Gulf Oil Cdn Greyhound Lines Hawker Sid Huron and Erie Hiram Walker Imp Oil Imp Tobacco Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Group A Int Utilities Indust Ac 15.00 32.50 17.75 16.75 27..'0 17.25 2.70 29.75 Abitibi Alcan Algoma Steel Afro Ind Atlantic Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazilian Trac B.C. TCI Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar 32.25 47.00 22.00 .13.12V-I Kelly Douglas A 6.00 Lceb 3.45 Loblaw A 6.00 17.50 McMillan Blocdell Mel Stor Massey Ferguson Moore Corp Molsons A 6.75 Molsons B 10.25 N and C Power Corp Price Co Rothmans St. Law Corp Shell CDA psons 63.75 14.25 25.25 20.00 GUI Kerr Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F, Martin McNce-ly Maclntyre Meta Midrim Intern Mogul New West Home New Athona New Columef w. Horse Copper Noranda .24 39.50 2.RO 35.50 Valley Ind 30.00 Simp Sears CAE Ind 5.00 51 of Cdn r-fn Brew S 00 Selkirk A Chemcell 5.50 Texaco Ccl Cell 3.00 Trnders Gr A Calgary Power 37.50 Trans AMn P Cornattrn Credit 1.15 Tr Cdn P C W N Gas Ffd Unicn Gas Cdn Indust IS.mi Union Oil Cdn S S 40.00 Versatile Mfg Cdn Alarcont 3.00 Westee! Cdn Vickers 11.00 Unicn Carbide Chryser Weston's B CPR 15.00 Woodwards A Comlnco West Cdn S Cons Bath 9.00 Zenith Elec Ccns Gfis 50.00 BANKS C W H Gas 23.50 Cdn Imp Dist SeaqramS 32.37''i Mont Dsm Bribge 25.12''; Neva Scolla Dom tar Royal Dom Textile 23.1 Tor-Dom 43.25 22.62V1 22.25 7.00 8.00 18-00 21-CO 37.00 23.50 31.50 29.00 19.50 43.25 18.00 24-00 39.50 U. 46.03 5.25 18.50 18.00 2iOO 5.25 2.63 39.50 33.25 3-1.75 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Scarf kills man VERMnJON (CP) Abra- ham Dick. 60, died of accidental slranguhtion when a scarf he was wearing became entangled in ;i grnin augur. Vermilion is 05 miles cast of Edmonton. HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR (DISTRICT) THE HOSPITAL DISTRICT Calgary Auxiliary and Nursing Home' Dislricl No. 7, owns ond opera IDS three auxiliary hcispiicls and one- nursing homo, vvilh a combined bed nf 622 TH6 POSITION Distrirl Administrator, tha senior position in tin: organization, responsible to ihe Board for all phnsrs of mnnno.r-mpnt of the district's facilities, including p Ion n Inn of future fncilitiri and programs. THE PERSON A graduate of a recognized program in Hospi- tal Administration wjtn several years experience as a MMiinr hospital uxcrutivc, with proven administrative dhility. Must ho progressive and respond positively lo clinlii'ngcs. Applicants should slnte salary expected, MR. G. HO IEM, Chairman of Tho Board, Calfjctry Auxiliary Hospital Nursing Homo District No. 7, 6909 14th Street S.W.r Calgary, Albcrtn. Amr T and Anconda leth Steel Chrysler Ccmrot Dupont GM Gulf Int Harvester _ _ Kenn Copper 24.00 Montgomery Ward 31 .CO lQl.E7Va 20 Golds 176.09 off .20 76.00 10 Base Met 66.11 off 27 11G.75 15 W Oils 219.5B off .55 33.37'.i Volume YORK AVERAGES Wostinohouse Elec 43.62'2 30 Indust 9D5 40 off 128 U.S. Steel 33.mi 20 Rolls 256.01 U.C Ulilities 1U.36 cf! .51 65 Stocks 316.29 off .45 Volume TORONTO AVERAGES 20 Indust 196.62 off .37 Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP1 Trading continued light at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Ex- Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS J. D. Carrier fihnc Co. Ltd., year ended Oct. 31: 1971, 54 cents a share; 1970, 23 cents. Craig Bit Co. Hires months ended Dec. 31: 1971. seven cents a share; 3970, 20 cents. Dominion Foundries and Steel Ail, year ended Dec. 31: 1971, million, a share; 1970, 33.1 million, Gulf Oil Canada year ended Dec. 31: 1971, mil- ion ?1.0R a share; 1970, nillion, cents. 1AC Ltd., year ended Doc. 31. 971, millbn, ;i 1970, million. Sl.r.O. Kaisrr Rpsotirrrs d., ended Dec. 31: 1971, ion loss, a share; 1970, M.6 million loss, 47 cenls. change today and prices moved only fractionally. Rapeseed regained some early losses but most other commodities inactive. Friday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rye and of raucseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May Vi loiver 2.583'i; July lower 2.5514; Oct. un- changed 2.59. Rapeseed Vancouver: March 1 higher June higher Sep. higher Nov. 2.43B. .Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May "t higher July un- changed 2.3GA; Oct. unchanged Nov. 2.38'iA. Oats: May, July and Oct. not open. Baric y: May unchanged July unchanged Oct. ml open. HEAVY MALES On gcod range, male deer will wciph from 225 to 300 pounds, with a few individuals going as high as 375 pounds. take charrjo of the Service Dept. of o well established full lino downlown Chrysler dealership employing a quali- fied experienced shop foreman and staff of up to twelve technicians. Shop is under separate supervision. Service Manager (25 years) is retiring from retail automotive. responsibility requires a self motivating individual witli supervisory experience. -Salary, incentive, benefits, company car arc provided. in confidence with resume lo: L. H. BAISLEY, GARDNER MOTORS UD., MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. Department Stores CLEARANCE LIMITED QUANTITIES ii LADIES' GYM SUITS 2 set. Acrylic jumpsuit with matching shirt. Sizes LADIES' 2-PCE. SETS Good assortment of styles, fab- rics and colori LADIES' 2-PCE. SETS Assorted styles, fabrics and col- ors, SPECIAL LADIES' SKI JACKETS Several styles which to choose. 100% nylon outershell In a variety of colors. Sizes SPECIAL LADIES' BLOUSES Assorted styles, fabrics and col- ors. Regular and extra large SPECIAL LADIES' TAILORED SHIRTS Western jacket style with yoke lop and flap pockets. Acrylic- nylon blend. Sizes SPECIAL LADIES' TAILORED SHIRTS Permanent press. Long sleeves and pointed collars, with button packets and belt. Stripe patterns in sirei 10 to 18. SPECIAL LADIES' SKIRTS Double knit courtelle fabric. Assorted colors in broken size range. SPECIAL LADIES' JUNIOR SKIRTS Doubleknit courtelle with four front pleats. Assorted colors. Sizes 8 to ]4. LADIES' STRETCH SLIMS Assorted colors to choose from. Broken size range. SPECIAL J LADIES' JUNIOR PANT SUIT -_, 2-pce. suit in bonded slinky I fabric. Short sleeve, front but- ton top pull on panls. Bro- ken size range. LADIES' HOT PANTS Triple acrylic in two styles. Alt over prints. Sizes 8 to 16. SPECIAL LADIES' JUNIOR PANT SET 2-Dce. pant suit in bonded knit iacquard design. Short sleevei with pull on pants. Sizei 8 to 14, LADIES' PANTY HOSE All sheer. Nude look with nude heels. One size in assorted fashion shades. Z nalr LADIES' JUNIOR HOT PANTS 2-pce. fortrel set. Tailored, long sleeve top with put I on style hot pants. All over prints. Sizes 7 to 15. SPECIAL SPECIAL LEATHER An exceptional value on tMs wide assortment of skirls, hot pants ond vest. All of these items are made from genuine leather and will enhance every wardrobe. Misses and junior sizes. SPECIAL LADIES' JUNIOR HOT PANTS Pinwale corduroy set with short sleeves, tailored collar and but- ton down front. Confrasting shorts. Sizes 8 to 16. SPECIAL JUNIOR HOT PANT SET In pinwale corduroy. Short style jacket with long sleeve ond tai- lored collar. Shorts feature zip. per front and patch pockets. Sizes 8 to 16. Qe SPECIAL LADIES' and TEENS' BIB HOT PANTS Several styles and fabrics t choose from. Assorted colors. SPECIAL LADIES' SKIRTS Four styles to choose from. Doubleknit acrylic and 100% fortrel fabrics. Features loop bell Irim with belt. Sizes 8 to 18. SPECIAL LADIES' HOT PANT SET 2 pee. set in polyester and col- ton knrt. Plain color long sleeve pullover with Jacquard design bib hot pants. Sizes SPECIAL TEENS' HOT PANT SKIRT 100% acryl'e plaid skirl with solid color flannel trim. Sol'd color hot pants. Sizes 8 to 14x. SPECIAL LADIES' SWEATERS 1 Assrotcd styles, fabrics and col- i i i H Ny on tricot. Printed ton with ors from which you con choose. H -H pull on slretch nylon pants. Sizes 1 S'M-SPECIAL 90 1 CC SPECIAL TEENS' HOT PANT SHORT 3 Ribless corduroy with front zip. per, self waist, contrastiog patch pockets and mock cuffs. Sizes 8 to MX. CO 1 SPECIAL LADIES' LONG SKIRTS Inng peasant style with elaslic waist. Printed fabric in sizes SPECIAL PANT SUITS 1 TEENS, HOT PANTS 1 rr'- rr pools. Size, I Pf "h ton flop. Assorted colors. Sues _ _ B 8 to 14x. SPECIAL I SPECIAL LADIES' KNITTED SUITS Large selection of 2 and 3 pee. t.ui1s. Acrylic, wool ond fortrel SPECIAL 1 PANT SUITS Assorted styles ond fnbrics ond colors. Oversize. SPECIAL 4> 1 and GIRLS' HATS Assorted vinyl and corduroy styles. SPECIAL 3> 1 Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; fliursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;