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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McCnaig LimUcd) LAST CIU OR SALE an. Cji-ei) (H 55 -n Stock prices up in active trade WESTERN OILS ''2 A'la E5-.I GE5 I' l'.2 Asar-era ij E Asiiiis Can Ge; c- Cci -i 3-v C Cd- I--3 GEE Zi i C 1 ?5 C cr.arts- Oi B Cr'sfrs--, IS h.-- D V.-' Grain prices Winnipeg Groin fCP) Prices were one lo six higher in ihc- oilsetds on good exporter bjyir-g on the Winnipeg Com- rcodity Exchange today. Of the feed grains, rye was Fridey, January 11, THE UTHMFDGE HEBAtD 25 Legislation governing land use requested by Unifarm (CP) Uni-1 trolled by say one owner or port for changes at ihe federal while oats and barley sponger. farm has asked the Alberta I company. government for legislation gov- It recommended that such legislation eiempt present holdings until a change of The Alberta farm organiza- level in feed grain marketing, The brief said feed grain legislation should allow wes> era producers to aaiatain a TORONTO (OP' Follo-.ving the same pattern set in the pre- vious two sessions, prices on the Toronto stoci markei recorded sharp gains in active trading. The industrial consid- ered a major indicator of mar- ket trends, was u? 1.02 to ZS.32. golcV; 1.82 io 195.66. base metals .55 to 99.25 and western oils 3.36 to 2S9.S9. Volume by 11 a.m. was !.05 million shares compared viih 1.03 million traded by the same Lime Thursday. Beverage, communication, oil refining and pipe'ir.e stocks were among sectors of the mar- ket showing gains food processing, paper chemical and utility issues were slightly lower Advances were Er.ead of declines. 19! to 105. w'ro'e 202 Bow Valley rose to 549'- Pacific Pete to Texas Gulf N; to Quebec phKie l- to SIS arc Texaco to Me. Hudson's Bay Oi! and Gas slipped :r ro Gesco :o Alcar. -s to Bsy Milt io 57'-4 and Bell Csiud- :y TO Kerr to Line I to while Andres Wines dropped 1 to On the Canadian Stock Es- cliange. Acroll Ltd. gained one cent "to 99 cents on 41.000 shares traded. .NEW YORK 'APi Prices uere raised en the stock mar- ke; today in the aftermath of a sharp rally Tnursday. Trading '.vas active. 'The neon Dow Jones average of 30 indiistriai slocks was off .0? ;o 1.05r.6S. Declines on the New York Stork Exchange led gains by a small margin. Among Canadians Hudson Bay railing and Distillers Sea- grams dipped narrowly. Dome mires advanced a point ard Ca-'can Pacific and LVCO firmed fractionally. On the American, Scurry and Canadian Marconi i. Brasran lost a bit. Lo-i'e CiLGARV 5-- 7 E :5 s 'FIFE STOCKS' .f bushels Rcpeseed VtKOirver: Jen. hiEhsr March 33t higher 3.27. June 4 higber higher Nov. K bine? 3.15." Rapeseed Thunder Bsy: May hkher Met- tion, in its annual brief to cabi-: ownership takes place and thai competinve posiiioa with Vm> i' net. has recommended the es> a moratorium be placed on fur- States co-n entering easlom monUls j Ublislment of land use zones ther land buying by large op-! Canada. It should aiso allor posted based on production potential, erations until new laws are up for development and mainten- ance of a viable livestock in- should be made on the size of Unifarm also requested the dustrv aimed at no rop- 1.758.000 of rye ami holdings operated or oon-' provincial government's sup- sumption o' Erah. of raoeseed. i-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- _____ Mid-session "prices: farmers, May 6'B higher 4 i 1 i e m higher 4.10, Oct. ua- Lfflff I Imrte 1111 ing the east at a price NOV. Lines un Unilarm said. Measures must be taka "to prevent disSess pricing1' L' a of bsjasced produc- tion is LO be in tie eveEi that a si-jatiDn b OTTA1VA !CP) Wiii tie i gers Morton told a Senate com- j grain prices re-occurs.'' the Battle lines in energy issue MISCELLSKEPUS c--- INDU57RIES x- v.-s 5C _ V.UTUAL FL MOXTHEAL '.iost sectors advanced in raoieraie tiding on the Montreal stock market today. Combined cr. th? treai and CcT.sdian slork ex- cianges at 11 was OOT shares coaipsreci 514.9-Xi st the sajr.p time Tr.'iirsrisy. Industrials gaired I.C2 to 256.56. the .56 to 111.01. ba.nks .76 t: and utilities .35 to 16! f7 whije pa- pers dropped .16 to On the" Montreal E'cck Ex- change, Canadian Tire gained 3 to S66. Credit Fonder 2 to Sloe1? and Interp-cvmdal Pipe By Gene Fawcette Oil exports speeulatiou groundless v_ CALGARY (CFi SpfCdia- tic-r. that rising United Rates c'emaad for crude oi: woajc re- suit in expert restriction to pre- depletion of Alberts re- serves is groundless, says Pre- Peter Lcugheed. The day after maior oil com- panies first arrriounced a 20- ce-ts-a-barrel bcrease in t h e price of crude. Alberta bverraeiisl Aiiaiis Mbister said Canadiar: ex- ports might 'nave io be res-rrict- Lougbeed told s. Pro- gressive Conservative crcy thai Mr. Gerry's statements may have been UTiderstood as applying io uw rear future. "TTnat he ITBS taiiing about, is a long, long way off in the firrore and the oil sands develcp-; possibiiies are at hacd righ; ao'.v." The nrice increases are likejv t.i hive a positive effe-- on cil Lnc'jstrv' pon-ih as encour- aging deve'.opment of Aiha- hasca cil rercs. be said. Toronto industrials (Supplied By Rictardsoa SecuritiPs of Canada) BID OP. SALE er C'i3'2. OcL not open. .United States facing a critical' mittee Wednesday that tie1 Uniiana also asked prorin- Oats: May :4 higher 1.03H. winier energy shortage, and Ca- United States pinT'je a c-ial ir. for fed- July higher Oct. facing rising oil prices. North American continental era] finds b such as: S7. Ottawa and Washington have energy policy" in negotiations supplementary cash advances drawn the battle lines ir what with Canada. may erupt as s fiery dispute over continental energy re- sources. Energy .Minister Donald Jlac- dor.ald reiterated in the Com- mons Tnursday the eoveni- B r 1 e y: May higher July -i higher Oct. higher 145'-4. May 4-- higher 1.B04.. July higher L76-.. OCL 3H i-Jrher Calgary livestock CALGARY rCP) Receipts Grain Quotes Thursday fbasis Flas High C10sf (ll-x e MINES ment s poutri" ''of reserving sup- plies against the present and fu- ket io 11 ajn. totalled 2.075 head, mostjy replacement cat-; Ue. Trade TCS verr active vi' Vancouver iar r7 3IS-2 -.V CEE; s- C.---E' Cr LiU V. D !''H IMUSTRIiLS 323-. Rapcseed Thunder Bay Oals IK1; ]KTs Barley i V "-C Rye 176 172 that might be interested." have no intejtiar; of changing that pok'tr--." He added that "there is no danger to Canadian ewrgi- sup- 1 plies, either oii or natural eas. arising from short-run orobierss ia th? Vnfted States or those c: a loneer-rjn basis.'' But in WashinEtoa. there is grmving coricem that of oi! and ras in the Vr.itsd rnea- so.zrins prices and rationing if domestic supplies are not quickly by more cialiv from Canada. U.S. Interior Secretary Rp- Beef futtires TOTMPE G'CPi Live bes! futures close Thursday. Jan 39.50N; Mar 40.IOB: Hay 4C.OON. Wednesday's volume: II con- i trans. Insufficient slaughter cattle offered to establish an I Eccirare prices j Thursday: Al aDd A2 steers 33.50 io i 39.80. A3 37.50 10 33 M. Ai and A2 hsiiers C4.K) to 36. A3 33.50 a- 34 55. D! and D2 24.50 TO 25.50. D4 to 33.50. Good buih X to 32. Aii classes A replacement catile vrere represented with trices steady lo higher. About 3i5 head o; prEfnaocy-tested sold from S3W to SS40 a poorer kmds (o Goo3 feeder steers less than 750 p.D'jr.ds 40 to 43. more than 753 SB to 42. C-ood er heifers 35 to 3S. Good feeder OD-.VS 23 to 28. Good stoci steer cals'es 46 !o 52 with lighter kinds higher. Good stock heif- er calves 38 to 45, depjnriing on vreieht. No hsgs sold to 11 j for bariey. and lorer grades of irbeat: removal of the S.MO upper cash advance h'mit to a single producer: Ca- nadian TVhea: Board interven- tion iii various regions to ._. siphon off or provide additional cash adrances to improve loiv- prlces. Toe orgar; i z a lior. re-ro-- of livestock producers, the min- bond .'-iherta L've- dealers sho'jid be in- i in prorcr-iorj lo the more membershio basis plus maior co operatives and m- le-BSt farm grc'UTJS b tie prov- ince. Preferred Finance Corporation Ltd. M160, C 345 Av 'oarY pices, S.W.. Co'oory Phone R. THOM (lelhijric'ne) 32B-77B1 Hog prices Ken- stocks EDMONTON creases. guarir.tcj _if ;.r.e Heriry Lob'e. or? c: jovcr.-! RECENT C.A. GRADUATE or SENIOR STUDENT required by LETHBRIDGE FIRM OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS DC 2 fcr 1ue right cpp'iccrsl, ep -.'-c c ecrse mc'-ig-cund end experience PO. BOX 698, LFTHBRIDCE, ALBERTA DIRECTOR of PREVENTATIVE SOCIAL SERVICES WANTED To Initiate, Develop and Supervise Extensive Community Program in BANFF, ALBERTA 'A.S.V''. des.rcbie but special talents end be considered. MINIMUM GROSS SALARY j9soc R.ply: SOCIAL PLANNING COMMITTEE BOX 1835 BANFF, ALBERTA DDK For Accepting Appliialioni Will Clou Feb. 1, 1971. RECENT UNIVERSITY GRADUATE with BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN ECONOMICS cr COMMERCE or INTERMEDIATE STL'DENiT Required with view lo crtic :n2 vK.t.i FIRM of CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS IN LETHBRIDGE Piease reply to P.O. Box 69S, lefhbrln'ps. Albsr.'o WESTBURNE DRILLING EXPERIENCED RIG PERSONNEL REQUIRED Join ihe largest critnr'g be sterling up in 'i'e Columb'c. Apply lo: Personnel Monogcr, WfSlburno Drilling Lid., 1332 Calgary House, 550 6th Avcnuo, S.W., Colgary, Alberta. T2P 052 Telephone- (403) 266-8701 GRANT KRISTJANSON Ssrv'ics Moncaer WINTER SERVICE SPECIAL! Take advantage of this very special MONEY-SAVING offer! 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