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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, .Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McCnaig Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. e.m. Quores) l.m. QuoTri) I Oil, gas stock prices advance WESTERN OILS Hud Bay Pfd Al-nin-x 6.50 Ruswll Alia East Gas EM Husky Oil t-izmtra 15.15 Husky B Pfd Ainlanfl liE7'-i Husky War BP Canada 1C.2S Hjsry E War C2ri Saytn 7.SO lnler Prov Pipe can Gas Cdn Homesid lO.IT'i Kaiwr Res lid Gas Oil 10.75 C Pfd 61 w Dreyiw F U-S. 13.S: U.U ti 03 Gr In Shares i.85 21 CO Gr Equiiy 1015 CO Invest Gr F 13.22 MM 7 IS In veil Mutual 6-23 6.81 j'.r Mutual Ac 7.14 ii'w-t Vortiaf Gr F i." Pete .35 Sainier i.OO TORONTO 'CPi by "oil ind gas siocks, prices on the Toronto Mock market rose sharply in active mid-momhg trading tod-ay. The oil index was. up o.f1? to 230..Si. The industrial consid- ered a major indicator of mar- ket trends, was up 1.73 to SS.Oc. folte .IS to 193.73 and hasr :n Volume fey 11 E.-I. v. as 1-1- million shares compared wiih STT.OiO traded by Lhe same lime Beverage, indcstrial miring, oil refining and ger.eral manu- facturing stocks were among o: mar-ie: recording gains and real estate issues only sbouTng losses. Advances slinos: tripled de- clines. to 71, '.vHle I'.'l is- sues remained unchanged. Trading ia shores of Imperial Oil resumed a 45-r_dnute hall because oi an or or- The traced at S4S. Home Oil B rose to Hudson's Bav Oil ard Gas 1 to 535. Home A 1 to 542. Husky Oil 1 to SCO's and Inco s- 10 E-L Fi.nE.icia! sjpped to A to won't buy SOMA firm MONTKEAL Trie of here hi5 v-iU r.K lake ever the SOMA ce suto-Ewerr-'jly piani at Bnno. 10 c: SI-LIDO cis- cusslons eon '.he Quebec governnient ard ases s parent ir. Woj'sbers, West hsd never reached the Guy in- 5 cents io Si.05, Alpa Industries h io S13--. asd Auio Electric to MONTREAL (CP) All sec- tors advanced in heavy trading 'on ihe Montreal suxk markei today. Combir.ed volume on the .Von- treal and Canadian stock ex-, changes EL 11 a.m. was 530.700 shares, compared with at ihe same time Tuesday. Industrials gained 3.27 to 253.17, Lhe composite 2.35 to 233.61! banks .62 io 237.02. pa- pers .46 io ifts.23 utilities .07 to 150.19. On the Montreal stock es- change. Petroiina Canada rose G1! to 523 Placer 3 to and Simpsons Sears to while Royal Trust dropped 3 to On :he Cause-Ian Ex- change, Stanford Mines v. as down a cent a: -3 cents on T4.- 500 shares. Pe's G' Plains Gi C3n Oil Nortr. O'l Ps-rd-i Pen Dc-an ioy 6 37 N Gr 4.11 6.71 Principal Gr i.37 5.90 RayfLna 7-W 7.70 Te-r-.p Gr 9.OT P.W 3 H UrviKJ AC S.W 6.57 l'.l; 3 i..5 universal Sav fi.ij 9.36 Con Sesd i.K vanguard Ai 9 i7 37.25 V.'r-irs 13.E7' 3 VANCOUVER 830 L33 MINES 7.7' i Pfd ti.M :-i CALGARY A-las Expls" 1 Ac-oil Narse 32 25 33rcy.s OH .S3 Srenda i.25 .or.t .06'i 15.75 Warn-r Do-'BOW! PIPE LINE STOCKS Dartoe .40 T" "riand Ks- Ges C GdJ .7; S C 3 P'd Hii-i P ;'7.- Tr2-5 Gel t.' 73. a II 1? 'As SCOT Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Oikeed prices dipped slightly in active trading but were still consider- ably better than the previous closing prices at mid-session to- day on the Winnipeg ComnxxJ- Wednndnv, Jonuory 10, 1973 THE LFTHBR1DSC KSALD 21 Study shows expansion in purchasing power MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES A MUTUAL FUNDS 2i--2'- vW.: ilk 4.01 CresTDOjck F Crc'AS-ES1 ind 3 ,1-- c-' 7 it rfy; Cy-r-'.-E A s.M Key CVSILS 3 f.-2 W Csp-s: li'T- cr' 7.r E.J R( A i: r-: OILS c If.- i-i i Alse-.v C E C: COT 7.'i Eocr ESi- 0' 3: F 4.M V.rr 3.30 3.i5 3.75 l.M .45 W-: NEW YORK (AP1 Prices were in today's stock marke: in active trading after nvo sessions of The nocrn Dow Jones average of 3.1 irjdusrrials oft" .05 to 1.CJ7.03 and declining issues on the New York Slock Exchange had a slicht lead over gains. On the NTSE. MclnriTe to 557 while Hmson Bay Mining gained a point. Other gainers ir.ri'jded Alcan. Dome Mines. IXCO. and Massev Fergusorj. Pacific aiw Walker' u-ere off. 0- ire American. Brascan and Scurry F.ainbovr firmed Canadian Javelin and Ca- nadian Marcori declined. Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied BT Rictardson Secariries of Caaada) BID OB SALE I r.. e.m- n'-K i.n. "X'sttJl VINES .'I-1 1SK c- W wm :5 Cf.-. c-r: Lates Pp i '5 Cr-r. C EE i- G'5 A 7' 25 -ES 3: 1NDUE7KULS v-iih SOMA. a c: :be Q-jcoeT Cor? C275 for sa-e Csnaca ar.d uie i: over. A: en> Marshall-Welk purchased In Field's stores ViNCOnTK (CPi Van- Field's Stores Lid, has purchased for an undisclos- ed the shares of Marshall-Wells Ltd. from Gamble Canada Field's president Joe said the c'jrrent managers of Marshall-Weils co-tmue to direo; :he s 1S6 frar- chise store nperatic-n aixi its wholesale acco'jnts business. head off.ce in Winni- peg operations are in em Cirada and northern On- :ar-.M distribution centres a.'M Edmonton. Wells cl o s e d its Vancouver branch Oct. 31 after about tvi vears in The company reported sales o: 540.6 million in the v: ended Jan. 31. 1'71 with net eamines of SSH.5K. T ir C: s-- t 15 "S E: s- 'c svi BJI A C C-a! ca FD J2 fc Csk- ;-r-f c-: i--d u-v C-M S _; p 'r4 :jH 23 JO r tr-. Flax was as much as 9'i cents higher, and rapeseed v.-as betweeo four and six cents higher. Oats and barley shored slight gains, while rye was up four cents or more. Tuesday's volume of trade was bushels of flas, 1- of rapeseed and 000 of rye. Mid-session prices. Flax: May higher 4.20A; July 8N, higher 4.05: Oct. 5 high- er 3.86B; Nov. 1 higher 3.70B. Hipeseed Vancouver: Jan. 53i higher 3.21 March 6 higher 3.26'-iA; June 5H EJEh- er Sep. 5 hJgber 3.21; Nov. 5L5 higher Rapeseed Tminder Bay: May 3'i higher July z'-, high- er 3.1-TsA: Oct. 4 higher 3.03B. Oats: May higher 1.031sB; July 2 higher 1.02A; Oct. higher Barley: May I3i higher l.ll-.'A; July higher Oct. Pi higher 1.453iB. Rye: May 4SE higher July 4 nighsr 1.73A; Osr.. i-s higher WTvNTPEG 'CPi Grain quotes Tuesday r Basis High Low Close Flai May 411 Jiy SSS.T Oct 331 373 3-5! Nov----- 359 Rapesewl Vaneonver Jan 31S1; 310 315 Mar 3141- S2i'-'i Jan 313'j Sep 311si 316 NOT 314-s 310 314 i Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 315 307'? 315 Jly 311 SJ5'- 31! Oc; Oats May 102-'i iK-'i Jly' 100 iro Oc: 85 Barley May 1461! 144'- Oct 144 143 144 May 174-'4 169 174 Jly' 171 17; Ort 163-F 1651-: TORONTO (CP) A study oi I The study, prepared for the price movements during the Grocery Products Manufc- last six years shows that the i turers of Canada, is based oa rise in average incomes has statistics released by Statistics 1 been far sharper than the in- i Canada. I: was compiled by a crease in over-all consumer Toronto firm of consulting econ- prices or in food prices. oirjsls. I The study says that real pur- For the 1957-72 period, to i chasing difference study notes thai in majmfac- between higher incomes and in- turir.g average hourly earnings creased by increased 51.5 per cest and av- 21.5 per cent from January, i erage weeHy wages and sala- 1967, to August, 1972. ries rose 52.4 per cent. Mining industry needs incentives j VANCOUVER (CP) Mines I Minister Leo Nimsici: said Tuesday tiat wmje the Neir Democratic government of British Columbia Lopes to get; i a greater share of the p-ofits- I from mining in the province, if Kill not forget that incentives are necessary for mineral es- ploratioD. "We realize that the hope of the jackpot is the catalyst that urges people OD in exploration 1'orfc stocks (Supplied By Richardson of Canrft) .-e ?if-_NEW YORK AVERAGES ac i-c.-r -.frT-ia 56 E it IT s 'S L-P -U 37T 2 u- ffx ccc FOR SALE MAPLE HARDWOOD FLOORING 000 'o 20 COO f! Ccn-cn IUKE BtlCUWES 327.0756 BOOR STORES CHECKEP HKXL.4M) LAKE. Onr. 'CP1 Ontario Provincial Police checked Kirkland Laie bock stores recently and suggested to that ard mag- micht be classed as be taken off the shelves. The officers also said rrjiint tv laid tor dis- PLEA5: itErtV TO P.O. BOX 698 1ETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. TALKS SPUTTERING WASHINGTON 'AP1 Nego- ditionally does yyX consider a o- an ar.ti-hiisckin; a hiiacier if he takes an are not ths: has no crew or -v e-t'-nal'v rsssencers and flies it to sr.- ot'ficiai other cotntry. The man may Is a thief, the official said. Kit a-'-e- a ;'-tat doss not mean he should be mo-th tiis Lt- treated with the same seritns- volve? net-rLs or. of rvss s WP. Monday's rolunic: id con- tracts. Reef future? WINNIPEG u'Pi 1. c ixvf futures clow Tuesday .l.m. -Hi.WP. Mar-WWP Max MondaN's volume: No eoa- j tracts. ATTENTION Recreational Tourist Developers on rerjL for -n-jSirn please Director of p'o-e Edr-or.-T Aut-r.-itv ;c- (3 bo in LAMDS ;