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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 7, 1972 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD 15 Toronto market prices lower TORONTO fCP) Prices in all major sectors of the Toronto stock market movnl lower in moderate trading today. Ths industrial index tell .2'' to 196.77, golds 1.25 to base metals .24 to nri.11 and western oils .32 to 219.01. Volume by 11 a.m. was rctf.OOO shares, compared with at the same Lime Friday. Advances led declines 124 to ]OG with issues unchanged. Steel, pipeline, (timmunica- tions, industrial mining, oil re- fining and merchandising issues moved lower. Banking, bever- age, trust and loan and utility stocks edged fractionally Irghor. Texaco tell to S13'-., Fal- conbridge to 5112, Bdhlehcm Vi to JlS'.i, Pan Ocean to lnco '1 lo and Aqui- taine -la to Imperial Oil was down to Harlequin Enterprises ii lo Abilibi lo ill. Act- lands to M'j and Bank of Nova Scotia '.i lo Robinson Lillle was up 2 to Occidental Pete lo Woncd licsco to Ranger :1i to Industrial Adhcsivps lo Slips and Alcan la lo J.TOKTKEAL (CP1 Prices were mixed in lipbl trading on the Montreal stock rnarkcl today. The banks index rose .20 to 208.71] and the industrial index was up lo Utilities de- clined .55 to Ihc compos- ite .03 to 19S.27 and papers .27 to 67.64. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian slock exchanges at II a.m. shares, compared will) at the same lime Friday. Trizcc Corp. rose !z to 521'i, Consumers Glass lo Nor- anda to and Canadian International Power ri lo Dominion Textile was down to Texaco Canada '2 to Canada Cement Lafarge lo and Bombardier Vz to SB or 1B2.000 shares traded. NEW YORK (AP) Slock j market prices slipped today after a slim early gain ill mod- j crate trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 Industrials at noon was off 1.20 si 905.40. Earlier, it was up more than a point. Advances oii'.Tinnibercd de- clines on Ilic New York Slock Exchange by a fan- margin. Analysts said Ibe market was falling to profit taking pressure. Among Canadians, Mclnlyrc Porcupine advanced 1 lo Dnme Mines lo ?ra and On- I.ld.'i to Walker Gooderham declined 'i lo On (he American Slock Ex- change, C a n a el i a n Javelin I Alined "if Lo Brascan Ltd. i [0 and Scurry Rainbow Oil .slipped to Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (P) Light rc- ccipls on the Calgary livestock market lo 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 eanner kinds with all grades selling steady. Bulls shady. Good lo low choice steers 33.75 to 34 60, medium 32.50 to 33.50. Medium to good heifers 23 to 31 70. Good cows 22.25 to 22.50, medium 21.25 to 22.25, canners and cutters 13 lo 21.25. Good bulls 25.50 lo 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 3-5 lo 35. Rood feeder heifers 700 up 30 to 31.90. Ifygs average base price 23.20. Hog prices EDMONTON (CF) Aver- age prices lo 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers' Marketing Board. Edmonton: 28.15. Average Friday, 2n.34. 2820. Average Red Deer: Friday, 28.43. Calgary: Friday, 28.39. Lelhbridge: 28.20. Average No sales. Av- erage Friday, 28 45. Lloydminstcr: No sales. Av- erage Friday, nil. Total hogs sold Friday, 3.4H. Average 28.30. Sales to 11 a.m. C51 Average By Gene Fawcette TEXTURED 4'X8'PANELIN6 OFSIMULATED CORK IN 16 VERTICAL AREAS OF VARY- ING WIDTHS, COLORS AMD TEXTURES THAT BREAK OFF AT STA6SERED LEVELS... jNP we AWL BOX WAT OPENS 'Bom 'ENDS JMP THE POSTMAN COMETlff 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 Porrilt asked him to form a government. Marshall said he will an- nounc his cabinet Feb. 9. Marshali succeeded Sir Keith Holyoakc, who retired last week aflcr 11 years in office. Mar- shall had been his deputy, and Ihe governing National Party elected him party leader. Woman perishes in house fire EDMONTON (CP) Patri- cia Larson, 21, Monday was identified as the woman who died Sunday when a fire des- troyed Ihe one storey house she lived in. Seven olher occupants of the house escaped uninjured. It was the third fire in the city in 11 days in which death lias resulted. A n Edmonton lawyer died in a house fire .Ian. 26 and another man was killed Feb. :i. Scarf kills man VERMILION (CP) Abra- ham Dick. 00, died of accidental strangulation when a scarf he was V, caring liecamc entangled in a grain auyer. Vermilion is 33 miles cast of Edmonlnn. HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR (DISTRICT) THE HOSPITAL DISTRICT Calgary Auxiliary and Nursing Home1 D is! rid No. 7, owns and opera IDS three auxiliary cisicl onr- nursing home, wilh a combined bed ccipnc-ty nf o22 beds. THE POSITION Distrirl Administralor, llio senior in tin; or y nn i ml ion, rcspnnsible to ihe Board for all of mnnnqrmrnl n( ifie dislricl's facililics, including plnnnlnfi of fulurr fncilitlrj and programs. THE PERSON A nrntlunle of a rt-cogniifd program in Hospi- ml j.evcrcil years experience os a MMI i or liospilnl uxcruiivc. willi proven admin islrotivc (iliihty. Mn si be [imgrrssive and respond positively lo Ap i s. licant tukrrl T on dtlo Mnle salary Oxpeclcd, irnd licit' (o: MR. G. HO LEM, Chciirman of Tlio Board, Calgary Auxiliary Hospital R Nuising Homo District No. 7, 6909 14lh Slrool Colgnry, Albortn. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Duhurly, McCuaig Limited) LAST HID Oil SALE a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS a-m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) Almino. Alia East Gas Aoomcra Ashland BP Oil Gas Can South CUn Ex Gas Cdn Home Pfd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Ltinq Is Cdn Super Charier Chieflan Dome Pole Gt Plain-, Gl Cdn Oil Lochlel Norlh Cdn Oil Numac Pan Cdn Pels Ocean 5.90 12.75 S.60 fi 15 385 0.75 17.10 50 .60 5 00 975 33.00 30 00 5.70 1.72 6.00 15.75 Hud Bay Oil Pld 53.00 Invest Mulual Hurjh Ri Huihy Oil i Husky Oil B Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pipe Inter Prov Sleel Kaiiirr Rci MGF Manage Pacific Pele Rainier V.'psl Cdn Seed Wlille Yukon CALGARY Darons Oil Madison Norlh Cont 23 50 Mutual Mutual Gi Nal Res CIO N W Fin Gr a 03 Roylund 5 75 Ternp Gr Under! Ac Unlversal Sou VANCOUVER MINES Anuk )2 Arcllc Mining Alias Explor Dalh Norte .175 5J5 5.74 6.26 5.74 6.3) F 5.7d 4.31 7.10 7.D4 A.B7 5.35 6.09 6.69 AM 5M feW Ml 6.14 5.30 i B3 7.87 8.65 '5 Churchill Copper Croyden Warner .50 Dflnkor- PIPELINE STOCKS Dolly Varden Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Seibens Tolal 67 17.00 16.50 1.20 9.30 6 VO LJ Forl Reliance Giar.t Wiftscol Grnnislc Kamloops Copper .32 7.50 VJ. Decalta t Wesl Pele n MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aquatalne 2J Brlnco 5 Cdn Brew A 30 Cdn Brow B Cdn Pacific Cygnus A Cyanus B Falcon Copper Home Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil 17 25 Alia Gas Tr L Pfd 7B.171 1.15 Alia Ufll Gas 21.JO 55 Inland Nat Gas U-OQ i no N and C Gas 14.00 N and C B 30 35 Lomcx 9.70 Pacific Gas Tr 13.75 Lytton Minernli l.-ia Gflz Metro 4.3m Primer .12' Gai Metro Pfd A 66.00 pyramid .OS Tr Cdn P 30.50 Silver Slandord 1 25 Tr Cdn P Pld B 42 50 Texmonl X8 Tr Cdn P Pf.1 A 73.00 .23' Tr Ccln P War 12.50 Valley Copper B.65 WC Trans 29.25 WC Res .09 WC WIs 10.C7V7 INDUSTRIALS MUTUAL FUNDS 3000 All Cdn Com 8.65 9.35 B.C. Sugar Pld IS.00 AM Ciln Divirl Inter 6.75 All Cdn Venl 3.G5 A 21 Crpslhrook F Ind J.75 2'f, Amr Gr F 6.67 7.32 Growers B 3.65 itd AGF Special 3.37 Key Indusl .35 Cdn In F 5.05 5.5.1 Hys 3.40 Col Mulual 6.46 7.20 Inlerlnr Brew 3.60 Cmnw Infer 1-U2 15.52 inter Mariner .75 Cmnw Lev 3.71 4.OS Okanaqan Hellcop Corn liwfcil 6.55 Pnclllc W Air i Ccrp Invest St F 511 559 Stampede Inll Res Drcylus F U.S. 12 76 13.9B OILS 33.42'3 Gr In Shares -1.25 Albany Oils 1975 Gr Equily 7.15 7.85 Plains Pele Invesl Gr F 12.03 13 15 Weil Explor 77.131 6.62 6.67 11 37' 15.121 B 50 Toronto induslrials (Supplied By nicltnrdson Securities of Canada) LAST Din OR SALE a.m. Qucles) MINES Acme .29 Advocflle Asb. Bethlehem Cdn Tung Casslar Cenlral Pet. ConWDSt Cons. Rambl Coin Lake Coehcnour Dickenson Min 2.35 .71 1975 3.25 19.50 1.90 1.19 8 .10 1.7? (I'MOD a.m. Ouoles) Placer Dov. P.C Quebec Man Ravrock Rariiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherrill GcrdOD Silver Mil" a.m. Quotes) 15.00 32.50 35. 17 75 72.1JV] p Ro .1.1 Tek Corp. Texmonl 830 Upper Ca West i :k Denison Mines 2C.OQ Hargreavcs 1.30 Deer Hor D'Eldona Do-nr Mines Donalrifi Discovery Min Easl Malartic East Sullivan Falconbridgc Trobex Flrsl Giani Y.K. Davis Grnnduc Headway R.L. Hollinqer Hudsoh Bay MS Hydra Ex- Iron Bay Iso Joliet Oupbnc Ke'r Kpy Anacon Lnhrador Lake Sl'.orp Longis Silver Madscn R.L. A'.alarllc G.F, Martin McNce-ly Maclnlyre Mnla Mirfrim Inlern Mngul New Wcsl Home New Alhona New Cofumel W. Horse Copper Norcinda .01 Wiilroy YeMowknife Zenm, Laur Dom Stores Dome Pelc Dolaico Famous Players Fd of Amr Gt Cdr> Oil Sands 5.70 GM 80.50 Gl Lnkes Peper Gull Oil Cdn Greyhound Lines Hawker Sid Hiram Walker Imp Oil Imp Tobacco Inl Nickel Int Pipe Inv Group A Inl Utilities Indusl Ac 16.75 ?7..'0 17-25 3.70 29.75 ntide 32. 62 "2 21.00 30.00 3225 10.1? 47.00 33.00 13.1 Bear .76 1 3S 3.20 EI.O: INDUSTRIALS Abilibi Alcan Algoma Steel Ind Allanlic Sugar J'Jo Bel? Draiilian Trac 8 BX.Tel DUcnSFcrB5, D.C. Sucjar 13 ow Valley In 3-0 CAE Ird r-in Irew Kelly Douglas A fi.oo 3Q Lceb 3 45 70 Loblflw A 600 MP( Slores 17.50 B.DO Massey Ferguson 1975 McMillan Blocdell 2650 U 00 M-Mre Corp d3 IS 10 65''i Mofsoni A 6.75 Molsons B 10.25 N and C Power Corp 70 Price Co 63.75 Rolhmans U.25 SV Law Corp Shell CDA Simpscns Simp Scars 51 of Cdn Selkirk A MO Ccl Cell .24 Cjlqary Power 39.50 Cornahf-n Credil 3 HO C W N Gas .07 Cdn Indusl .77 Cdn S S 72 Cdn Alarconl oa Cdn Vickers 70.00 Chryser -11 ld Comlnco Ton5 o 7r Ccns Gas C W N Gas Disl Seaqrarn Briane 2'16 Domlnr 35.50 Doni Tcxlile 25.25 70.00 30.00 5.00 fiOO 5.50 3 DO 37.50 1.15 Trnders Gr A Trans AMn P Tr Cdn P Ffd U 13''j Unicn Gas 15.1213 Union Oil Vorsatil" Mfg 3.00 Wesieei 11.00 Unicn CarbldB Wcslon's B 15.00 Woodwards A 24.F7'.'r WcJl Cdn S 9.00 Zenilh Eloc 2000 BANKS 23.10 Cdn Imp 33.37i'3 Monl 2512': Neva Scolla Ruyal 23.12Vi Tor-Dom !2.35 13 7.00 8.00 IB oo 21 CO 37 00 33. 5U 31.50 3900 1950 43.25 IB. 00 24 00 39.50 1800 525 2.8i 39.50 21 37 1, 'a 33.25 3-1.75 New York stocks Amr T and Anconda Beth Sleel Chrysler Ccmral Duponl GM Gulf Inl Harvester Kenn Copper (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) 101.E7V'a 20 Golds 174.D9 off .20 76.PO 10 Baie Met 66.11 off .27 110.75 15 W Oi'5 219 5B off 15 33.37'i Volume .wjiwunii YORK AVERAGES WPElinnhouse Elec -13 30 Indus! 9D5 JO off 1.28 U.S. Sleel 33.12'i 10 Walls 01 U.C .15.25 Sid Oil of N.J. 31.00 Texas Gull Texas Co 41.75 Corp U3.75 E0.12': 25 67': TORONTO AVERAGES Monlgomcry Ward 31.CO 70 Indusl 19662 off .37 '5 Ulililics 11J 36 eft 51 45 Slocks 31620 off J5 Volume Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WITNIPEG (CP) Trading continued liglit at mid-session on Ihe Winnipeg Grain Ex- pn-ccs some Net earnings Bv THR CANADIAN PliESS J. D. Carrier Slinc Co. I.ld., year ended Oct. .11: 1371, 54 cents a sliare; 1970, 2.1 cenls. Craig Ilil Cn. monlhs ondcd Dec. .11: 1B71. ecnls a shave; 1970, 20 conls. Dominion Foundries and SU'c! I.ltl., year ended Dec 31: 11171, PJ9 million, a share; 1P.70, 533.1 million Gnir Oil Canada I.ld., year ended Dee. 31: 1971, 5-19.1 mil- lion on a share; 1370, million. cents. 1AC Ltd.. year ended n.-r. :tl. 1971. SI9.4 nlillbn, 51.HO a .'.li.-irp; 1970, Slfi.Il million. SI Kalsrr Krsoiirrrs I.ld.. year endexl Dec. 31: 1971. f IS 3'mil- lion loss, a share; 1970. million loss, 47 ccnls. (oday and moved only fractionally Kapcseed regained early Josses but most other ccmmcditics were inactive. Friday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rye and of ranosecd. Mid-session prices: Flax: May lower 2.583'i; July hm-cr 2.5S3i; Oct. un- changed 2.5D. Rapeseed Vancouver: 1 higher 2.SG'a; June li Sep. higher Nov. 2.43H. .Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 'i 2.353.i; July un- chaiifrod 2.3CA; Oct. unchanged 2.37' 'i: Nov. 2..W2A. Oals: Alay, July and Oct. not open. Baric y: May unchanged July imciiangcd Oct. not open. March higher 2.47'i; HEAVY JIAI.ES On grod male deer will iveish tram 2L'S lo 300 pounds, nilh a few individuals going BS hipil as .175 pounds. Inke cbarqQ of the Service Dcpt. of n well established full lino downtown Chrysler dealership employing n fied experienced shop foreman and staff of up 10 twelve technicians. Shop is under separate supervision. Service Manager (25 years) is retiring from rcrlai! automotive. -This responsibility requires a self motivating individual with supervisory experience, -Salary, incentive, benefits, company car am provided. Apply in confidence with resume lo; L H. BAISLEY, GARDNER MOTORS ITD., MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. Woofov Department Stores CLEARANCE LIMITED QUANTITIES LADIES' GYM SUITS 2 pee, set. 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Tailored, long sleeve top wilh pull on style hot ponls. All over prints. Sizes 7 to 15. SPECIAL LADIES' TAILORED SHIRTS Permanent press. Long sleeves and pointed collars, with bulton packets and belt. Stripe pattern! in sirei 10 to 18. SPECIAL LADIES' I JUNIOR HOT PANTS 3 Pinwale corduroy set short if sleeves, lailored collar and but-: ton down front. Conirasiing i shorls. Sizes 8 to 16. j SPECIAL LADIES' SKIRTS Doublo knit courtelle fabric. Assoried colon in broken liza range. SPECIAL assortment of skirls, hot pants and vest. All of these items are made from genuine leather and will enhance every wardrobe. Misses and junior sizes. JUNIOR HOT PANT SET In plnwale corduroy. Short style jacket with long sleeve and tailored collar. Shorts feature zip. per front and patch pockels. j Sizes 8 to 16. QC i SPECIAL LADIES' JUNIOR SKIRTS Doubleknit courlelle with four front pleats. Assorted colors. Sizes B lo 14. SPECIAL LADIES' and TEENS' BIB HOT PANTS Several styles and fabrics lo i choose from. Assorted colors. j SPECIAL to LADIES' SKIRTS Four styles 1o choose from. Doubleknit acrylic and 100% fortrel fabrics. Features loop bell Irim wilh belf. Sizes 8 to 18. SPECIAL HOT PANT SET 2 pee. set in polyester and col-ton knit. Plain color long sleeve pullover wilh Jacquard design bib hoi pants. Sizes SPECIAL 1 TEENS' HOT PANT SKIRT 100% acryl'c plaid skirl wilh solid color flannel trim. Solid color hot ponls. Sizes 8 to 14x. ep SPECIAL LADIES' SWEATERS Assrotcd styles, fabrics and colors from which you can clioose. SPECIAL 2-PCE. PANT SUIT Nylon tricol. Prinled top with pull on slretch nylon pants. Sizes SPECIAL TEENS' HOT PANT SHORT j Riblcss corduroy with fro-it ilp-per, self waist, contrasling patch pockcis and mock cuffs. Sizes 8 lo MX. 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