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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Two killed West oil stocks dip; others up TORONTO (OTO Western bi! issues on Hie Toronto stock market continued to lose part of the advance recorded in recent sessions while prices in other sectors moved higher in activp mid-morning trading The western oil index foil 2.1fi to 224.19 and golds .07 to 17G.60. Industrials were up .15 to and base metals .16 to 01.9.1. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up from at the same time Monday. exchanges was shares at 11 a.m., compared with at tile same lime Monday. Falconbridge Nickel gained 1 lo ?90, Asbestos Corp. V4 to Hudson Bay Mining 14 to and Royal Trust 'A to TransCanada Pipelines lost to Dome Petroleum to People's Stores 'A to Petrofina Canada lo and Walker-Goodcrham V4 to 546 "t. On the Canadian Stock Ex- Advances led declines lot to j change Canada Southern Petro- BG with 153 issues unchanged. Food processing, general manufacturing, utility, beverage and industrial mining were among 10 of the industrial in- dex's 17 sub-groups which moved higher. Oil refining, steel, real estate and trust and loan issues drilled lower. Among oil issues, Canada Southern Pete fell 15 cents to Imperial Oil U to Dome Pete Ha to and Scurry-Rainbow to Canadian General Invest- ments was up to S75l.i, Heed, Shaw Osier U to SKI, Matta- gami to Inco Js to SSI's end Bank of Montreal U to Texas Gulf Sulphur fell Vi lo Consumers Distributors to Noranda S397. leum fell 30 cents to on 3.380 shares. ACTIVE TRADE NEW YORK (AP) Mixed prices marked the tone of the stock market today in moder- ately a.ctive trading. While brokers said the pres- sures of profit taking and selec- I live bargain hunting were about even, some of the blue chip is- suci were weakening a little. At noon, the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials was off 2.56 at 021.73. Gainers held a slim lead over losers on the New York Stock Exchange. The Associated Press 60-stock average was off .5 to 330.0. Noon prices included Bethle- hem Broadcasting to up to Bunker Ramo, up to HVi and Prc-Elder ]z lo S21. Mcmorcx, off to ?27Vz; and PRICES HIGIIKH International Paper, up to MONTREAL (CP) Prices i were higher in most sectors in Among Canadians, Mclntyre light trading on the Montreal Porcupine was oil" to stock market today. I International Nickel 34 to Utilities rose JO to 1C6.26, and Dome Mines 3ii to banks .88 to 271.03, papers .20 to j Hudson's Bay Mining rose up 91.23 and the composite .01 to to S24's and Genstar Ltd. Vi to 205.90. Industrials were off .M j to 2CC.84. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock On the American Stock Ex- change, Scurry Rainbow Oil de- clined to DR. R. A. LACEY M.B., B.S. F.R.C.S., M.R.C.O.G., SPECIAUST IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE LOCATION OF HIS OFRCE AT 1283 3rd AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FROM 1st MARCH, 1972 BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE 327-8171 SALES EXECUTIVE REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY For company that Is the leader In its field Train while you earn to per month plus car, percentage of profits. Plus full company benefits. No trivelling. Excellent opportunity for advancement into managerial position. Reply to President P.O. Box 550, Lethbridge, Alta. FOR SALE BY OWNER At One of Lethbridge's Besf locations 605 28th Street South, Lethbridge Such features as: 1BOO iq. ft. on the ninin floor, 3 bedrooms, dining room j with buill in china cabinet, Toppcin deluxe dishwasher, family room, buill in hcntod garage with electric door open. er, two patios one covered, professionally landscaped; underground sprinkler system, wall to wall carpets in all rooms, two full bathrooms. FULL PRICE DOWN PAYMENT OPEN Contact BILL MORGAN Res. Ph. 328-3729 Bus. Ph. 328-6056 in snow plow mishap THREE HILLS (CP) Vera Marlene Kesterke, 39. and her three year old son, Lylo Ed- ward, were killed when half ton truck they were rid- ing in struck the rear of a ton snow plow near Three II'" 45 miles southeast of Red Deer. The husband, Elmer, 42, was injured in the accident. Last week, Joseph K. Burn- stick, 45, of Calahoo' was killed tvhen his car collided head on with a snow plow, 20 northwest of Edmonton. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Oilseed prices continued strong to mid- session today on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Fiax had some c house buying and had some exporter Interest. Monday's volume of was bushels of of rye and of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May Hi higher July 'i higher 2.H'.iiB; Oct. higher Nov. changed Rapeseed Vancouver: March unchanged 2.50'.1B; Ji higher Sep. Nov. unchanged Rapeseed Thunder May 2 higher 2.39B; July higher 2.39'.iB; Oct. V4 hi Nov. unchanged 2.40B. Oals: May unchanged July unchanged 69A; Oct. not open. Barley: May 1.09U; July unchanged Oct. not open. Rye: May high July higher higher 99. WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Monday (basis Lake- Low market i A m.nnwir it, 4 Former CP Rail official dies PETER BOROUGH, Ont. llor of the Lindsay Post, Joira-J R. J. (Eollie) O'Lcary, Canadian Pacific in 1934. cows. Trade was active with a broad medium 29 to 31. Good cows 24.75 to 25.50, medium Pacific public rela- m o v e d to Montreal in 10CC ai lions representative in Winni- associate editor of the com- were no cattle steers were 24.75, eannrrs and cutters from 1958 to 1966, died in pany magazine, but retired two due lo the weekly sale of weaner and feeder with good Holsteins 32 to 33; heifers wore in 24. Good bulls 2fi to 27.50. Replacement cattle here at Uie age of C2. 5 ears later because of pool Mr. O'Leary, a former ed- health. 300 hogs. All good supply selling 50 with most oi uio Vera d her c Ed-i the e rid-a :U4-11 quality hogs met very good demand at higher prices. Veaners sold to per head ligher. Light feeders under 100 rounds, higher. Weaners: 13-5; light feeders under 100 xntnds 15-24.75; heavy cows were a full 50 certs higher with heifery kinds to 20.90; bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers S4.25 to 34.80, good 33.50 to 34.50, medium 32.25 to 33.25. Choice keep steers and heifers selling steady. Stock calves were scarce and steady. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 3-1 to 3G. Good feeder heifers 31 to 32.70. Good slock heifers calves 34 to quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, McCiialg Umltod) pounds 19-20.50; 32.50 lo 33.40, good 1.25 base price BID OR SALE over 130 pounds .00 a.m. ouoTes) (11 iOO a.rn. mjoiesj til .00 a.m. QUOTH) feeders under 100 OILS Huqh 1 Mutual Ac 51 from 22.50-30 per cwt; icavy feeders over ICO 5. BO Husky Oil IfiOO Muluat Gr f 5.B4 .4) Alta East Gas 6.65 Husky Oil B 43.00 Nat Res 7. .2! Asam'era 19.00 Husky Oil fi.oo IJ W Fin 5.03 ,S( Ashland W.7S Prov Pipe H55 N W Gr Zi per cent. Butcher Oil Gat 6.00 Inter Prov Steel 9.75 Principal Gr 4.77 d on Monday at the Lethbridge 'irds 20 tiQ-29 55 bss6 By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OU Soulh 8.50 Kaiser Res 390 RoylunJ 639 6] Cdn Ex GftS 3.65 W.GF Wanaqt 175 Temp Gr 6.59 7.70 a.m. Quotes) a.m. QUDICS) a.m. Quotes) MINES Pine Point 31 Home Pfd 17. M Rainier 6.37V; Univtrsat SflV 8.19 9M Cdn Ind Gas Oil 10.37'A Tfledyne Vanguard 12.51 Ccfn Long Is .72 Cdn Seed VANCOUVER Cdn Super 42 00 Yufon 1200 MINES (CP) .43 Plscer Dev. Advocate Asb. P.c. IB.SU 3 IS Fd of Arr.er 5. DO CALGARY Anuk .IB Chicftan Acroll 50 Arctic Wining .10 the Calgary livestock -5? Quebec Man Bralorne i Gt Cdn Oil 5.15 V34 Gfn Motors PetB 33.95 Borons Oil 'OS Alias tn to 11 a.m., about .25 Rio 35 GI Lafces Plains 00 Madiion -1' Bath 1 10 Gt Cdn Oil Morfh Cont -f? BrerrJa mostly slaughter 20.00 Roman Ccrp. 7. CO Gulf Oil Cda 29.50 Brunswick 3-60 Sherrlt! Gordon 16.M Greyhound 1.53 West Warner .i2 Churchill Copper .'5 North Cdn Oil PIPELINE STOCKS Croyrfc-r, .13 18.87Vj Steep HawKcr bin "5 Huron, Erie 14.50 Alta Gas Tr L A 57. W Dsnkw .75 Pan Cdn Peto 1675 Atta Gas Tr L Pfd 79.00 Dolly Vsrden Pat. 1-78 Tek Hiram V.'afk Ocean 12.fl7Vj Alta Nat Gas 22.00 Dynss'y 1-16 Texmont imperial Oil Conwesf 8.10 Uppnr Canada 2.30 imLca 05 Cons. Rambler 1.95 Weslern Mines 1.27 Inland Mat Gas 15.75 Fort Retlence .-'5 Pinnacle N grid C Gas 1-1 Mascot 5 -'.5 Place Gas 1.07 N and C D Pfd 33.25 Lake -10 Wright 1.13 .'8 Pacifir Gas Tr 13.25 Copper .11 (CP) .35 Inv Go A 18.50 Gai Metro 6.00 Lcrnt-x 1 51 lission prices tx> 11 a.m. 8.60 Windfall Dickenson Mines 1.15 'nt Utilities s.sc) 15 Utilities 112.95 off ,94 ct, Railway to the 3V. Dom 22.50 Nova Scotia 29.75 J5-55 Dom siores 15. 25 Royal TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 31E.19 off .53 Wlnntonmerv Ward 20 Indust 203.29 elf .47 Volume Columbia Railway. .27 Dome Pet Close 266Vii 263U 266''a 265 2G5'i 263'.i 250'4 249 V4 High Flax May Jly Oct Ncv Rapeseed Vancouver Mar 250% 248''i Jun 250% 248'i Eep 250V4 Nov Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 23B 235% Jlv 2373i 230 237 Oct--------------------239'A Nov 240 Oats May Jiy Oct Barley May Jly 309Vi Oct Rye May 101 Jly Oct 69 97 99 95% 109'i 109's lOD'.i 101 97 Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS British Columbia Packers Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1971 S2.139.623, a share; 1970 S'2.80. CP Air, year erfrd 31: 1971, inillion; 1970, mil- lion. Canadian Marconi Co., nine months ended Doc. 31: 1971 1970, Canadian Superior Oil Ltd. year ended Dec. 31: 1971, million, a share; 1970, million, 44 cents. Canadian Vickcrs Ltd., year ended Nov. 33: 11171, a share: 1970, Maple Leaf Mills Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1971, a share; 1970, j SherHit Gordon Minos Ltd., year radcd Dec. 31: 1971, 62 cents a share; 1970, ASH LI PANELS CITATION WOODGRAIN HARDBOARD 4'x8' panels in many attractive I finishes. Easy to clean surface. I Cash ond Carry Prico By Gene Fawcetto MSTINTRODUCED A LIGHTWEIGHT, COMPLETELY PORTABLE ROOM AIR CON- DITIONER.WlfHATlANPLE 90 IT CAN BE CARRIED AROUND AS EASILY AS A PORTABLE TV. IT MEASURES -AND WITH A NEW WTO-MINI" COMPRESSOR PRODUCES 4OCO BIUH n iiGLASS INSULAT I Highly effective, easy to use fibreglass bolt insula- ion. Reduce ycur winter fuel bills now. Per 60 ft. 1 toll 15" wide R7 2'-i" thick. CASH AND CARRY PRICE CARPEl D D n D D D "HURON" LATEX BACK All-weather'' carpeting for bolh indoors and out. Popular colours in 12' widths. Idea! for any room in your house. CASH AND CARRY PER SO. YD. MAHOGANY WALL PANELS Attractive prefinished W panels. 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SMT series in many colors 7Q with gold fleck per sq. ft. MAKE HER WORK A PLEASURE WITH "PRE-FINISHED" KITCHEN CABINETS BY CITATION FREE ESTIMATES CILTONE SATIN LATEX PAINT Easy to use, long-weoring paint from C-l-t. New low price................... GM' 8.98 DON PICKETT, Manager 3rd Ave. and 17th Street S., Phone 328-4461 OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY A.M. TO P.M. HURRY IN! SALE ENDS ON SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1972. "WE Pi EDGE SATISFACTION" PWWI r." I-1'1 'i i S liHiifllSl] ;