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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, January 9, 1973 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McCnaJj Limited) LAST BID OR SALE I m. WESTERr RI.IH! fl.00 G- In S-J'M 4J) i.Sl AMI G; i 45 huny 191! 09 C: B pfd (TV Gr rd 1? 2j K4d D 6.22 6.3: C3-.3SI 1'C: E we' V.'-'I 6 iS 7.W Can ScvM 750 h'tr Prey 13 ir-i Gr Fd 7s 4 Ir.rsr sntl is.lj.. Ka: S2 P.s5 o Can 6.i3 M GiS Cl Ucr'S" C Pld '-.'A. eW i.6! is' .43 523 "2 5.5: VASCCUVEP. MIKES Dividend Dairy farmer told to seek Ct- I! PC- C-: I.KI! C T C'l i: -3 'f 4.1 ;i C-- EMS Higher market trend continues payments higher higher industrial milk price TORONTO (CP) Dairy j European Economic Commu-1 He also called upon the Casa- i fanners should press for an in- nitv, "Canada wilJ no longer disu Coir nils rl on "w pro- 1 "PIPE UKE STOCKS Si v..-s, M- C-ls 11.75 C c 5 c-j --a-J 15 75 1.-; Vi-r A 75 S3 C 2 i T- 3 4-.X V --i-! INDU5TR1iU v.c :.'i V.UTUAL FUNDS i.e. 3" 4 Cc- :i- 15 cc- vs--: rr 5 s-w :5 r- F; ij; .--a !-r-i A K..T r1 "5 ia-.'- F'i Toronto mines, industrials (Snpplieci Richardson SeciriUes of Canada! UST BID OR SALE I.-. C-.-'EIJ t (T M e-. C.r-s'l i -i C3-. -v Li-; 5': 4 v_- ssj- i TORONTO (CP) Prices on Torm'JJ sock martei moved in fairly active trading loday. Tne ujdusTrial consid- ered a maior boicator of mar- irer.df. up .53 to 216.39. 10 W. rnetals .C7 TO f5.55 asd wes-pra oil; .43 :o :72 97. Vo'.ome by a.n 977.- pornpsred -aith 931.- irjced bv the ssse time .Monday. chemical, beverage. and irdustnal siocki were amcEg sec- of rrjr- voj-e f.-od ir-cr ar.d ard loan issues Advir.rrS re Nicj-el :c> Yukon to -ii'Jc.nal n arjd AHiazjoe TVes-.coas: TSS rioTn to STI-'i ar.d Daje Ross to V.-E; un r-- to Carapbs'J Lake 10 SJ! ar.d Sherrir. Gordon lo eioprj.erjt II coris 10 Ca-sca Lsrra rose cer.j 10 S-5.15. Rain was 25 ce-is ;o ?C.Co. iSOUSTRIALS -C? A" sec- :rr or, Montreal stock rcar- 11 4 ,v i; C. f' ro f i ?I 44.p: "i ct-.: Sc'i: c: Cumhbed volicre on tbe Moa- trea! and Casadiaa stock ex- changes at 11 a.m. was 472.300 sr.aref. compared with E: the e tiize Morxiay. Bariks Edvanced .SO to 185.15. papers to .45 to the corr.posite .42 to 23-5.76 and u'olities ,12 to BAKKS I stocks (Supplied Rr Srcoririe? of Canada) r.-.- -f .TT- T? LI-1 S'Kks Ts Livestock report Calgary livestock C.ALC-.iSV CF1 S'.a-cnter ivfrf r-: New Help for HARD OF HEARING Cosls less than S25. Helps many to understand better S3 TIKI-IT FITS ISSiDE Lri'ain prices Winnipeg Groin WINNIPEG Has ere s'.roncer ard birjey at rrJd session OTJ tne Comin o d i ty' El- F'.as n-ere 'ojr !o ".e-.-eJ 03 iairiy tsryirjg. Nearby rapeseed futures re- iied frscnoDaHy r'jr moztis were er. and rye were irac- higher orj re--' light tridir.c. Barley wss nearly rwo cc: '.5 en good buying Morr.ay's of trade i.SK.Wi bushes of fiax. o; rye arj-d 1.652.000 of PRICF.S: Flix: J-; hisher 4.05A: 4-f hifher 5-4 riigrer o.76-4B: Nov. noi opea. March :-i S.lf-rA: Jua? 13 T1IK CAN API TRK5S Carjdian Natural das Co. [our ix-n'. pfd.. Kv.h "paysWe "Marcli 1. rtvnrd Fch 1- Grnrral Rakcrirs I Id.. 3 S101] Tlumdrr B.iy NS Bcche'crs a'eg-ee in cr Commerce or intermediate student re- to crticiing firm cf Chartered in P1EASE UEPtT TO P.O. BOX 698 IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. CV-I M.iy On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Faiconbndge Nickel rcse 34 to E77. Denison I1- to and Consuroers Glass m to while D-J Pont dropped -2 to On the Canadian Stock Ex- chanEe, was un- changed at on shares traded NEW YORK f.4P) Prices wobbled a little lower in today's stock market in active trading. Tbe noon Dow Jones average o: SO mdusrriils down 2.M 10 and cecliring issues cm the New York Stock Es- change lead gainers about 7-5. Or. tbe NYSE. Mcliryre climbed I1- to and Hudson Bay Mirjae. Grarby. Ferguson arjd also firmed. Fractior-a! losers in- cluded Carjadian Pacific. Dis- tillers. Dome ?tliries and Inco. Tne American eschanse saw Brascan and E-curry Rainbow moved ahead while Canadian Javelin dinned. TORONTO CCP) DindeDd payments by Canadian corn- last year were up 3.3 per cent from 1971 but fell slightly i lo'.ver than the record total in 1970, says Pitfield, Mackay, Ross and Co. of Toronto. Despite a decline of 540 mU- in the mining sector, the 1972 total reached S1.63 billion. This compares with 1.58 billion in 1971 and is beloir the 1C70 fig-dre. Payments for 1S72 were more than five times the 1938 pre-vrar high of S313 million. Bell Canada continued as Canada's dividend payer with a 1972 total of 5110 mUioa. up from SIM million the year before. International Nickel Co. of Canada paid 574.5 million or 29 per cent of divi- dends paid by raining com- panies. down from S97 million in 1971. crease of "not less than eight per cent" for industrial milk, Kenneth G. McKmnon, rice- find it feasible to clear surplus ride more leadership and Berv- cheddar cheese supplies by sub-! ice in marketing matters chairman of the Ontario Milk I market. Marketing Board (OMMB) said He told the annual meeting of j c 1 Hog s Gold futures WINNIPEG Gold fu- uires. U.S. furjds pe" oirjce. Wimiipeg Commodity Mcodav. Jarj 73 S5.1-1A: W.S6: Jlv 73 M.93A: to 73 F.7WS: 74 ccr- Monday sales S50 hogs. All classes o! weaner and feeder ho2S me: good demand. Wesn- remaiDed about s'xady. light feeder- 30-100 Ibs. sold J4 dollars per bead higher. Heavv feeders abrar steady. Weaaers 13-18. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. 23. M to 54. 50. Heavy feeders 100 to 130 Ibs. SO to 35-4. Kosvy feeders over 130 Ibs. 35 10 V.. All rrices per bead. Lifht feeders rate 100 Ibr. soid free 31.50 to 47 rry b'jsfresi and DCy ths right men rrsne then he rr c' iirsi ond sxcc'lv re il worl'n cfier I Invest- me-1 cnc only hcr.Bst ir'elliser! effort. We co-'l wcrk a hour we c'r-') p'jnc'i e C-E 2 ct c- yru mz SIMPSONS SEARS Tire and'Auto Centre ALL SIZES ONE LOW PRICE Blackwcll instolled 4 PLY NYLON .98 19 FIBRE GLASS BELTS .98 Blackwall installed 21 These in S T i "35-1 F7S- 1 1 G7S-1- "J-lf a-GUARDSNVAN: Si-csc-s-Secrs fu'ly rL ed. let e ci'y o- super trghwcy c-ivinc. Specie1 '-ead well, is stcibie end excellent ho'd grip CT scored b-WIDE GUARD: Fibre Glass for added frac-'-c-i c-d given. Rugged nyicn cc-d bcdy p'ies fc1- p.eniy cf safe, siic-otri comfort. A'l this r'o- no'e than Guardsman 4 ply. fr 7 J7S.15 guarantee IbSS? oK Iht current 9 10 5 c 2j 10 3d and you ppl thp finest guuranlea our MMC Mtliltclten or mofrty raihindcd wiln m> Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears SEWICE STATION HOURS. 8 n n. in 6 p m. Dtiily ond Friday until 9 p.m. Centre 2nd and 13'w Sf N. ;