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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TSE prices mixed in early trading TORONTO (CP} Prices on r C-r.Timunication. general man- the Toronto stock market were ulECiuriiig. pipeline and bank mixed in moderate mid-morn- stocks Here among sectors of ing trading loday. tlie marketing show ing gains The industrial index, conoid- tvhile beverage, merchandising, cred a major indica'.or of mar- and construction and ma- ket trends, was off .19 to 202.56.. teria] issues were lower. Golds were UD .09 to 210.90. Advances he'd a slim lead base metals .36 io and over declines. 126 to 115. while ivesrem oils .63 io issues remained unclianged. Volume by 11 a.m. was 613.- Great Northern rose r; to shares compared 735.- Under an agreement an- 000 t r a d e d by the same time nounced today, Capital and Monday. j Countnes Property Co. Ltd. of London. will acquire 57 per cent of the ourstandlsg Great Northern Capita] shares j from several major share-' holders. Canadian Canners A cUmbed How ifs done Mine union cuts top salaries 4s Io Russei Hugh A to S1114. Computel to ?177s and Husky Oil to S21. Falconbridge Nickel fell si to SSBij, BelJ Canada ?s to BP Canada l't to ?195i and Ivaco '4 to WASHINGTON (API The new leadership of the United MONTREAL (CP) All sec- Mine Monday tors except utilities gained in cut the annual pension for for- i moderate trading on the Mon- mer union President A.! treal slock market today. (Tony) Boyle to S16.000 from Combined volume on the Mon- 550.000 and reduced salaries lor treal and Canadian stock ex- eight top staff positions. UMW President .Arnold Miller shares, compared with 676.500 said reducing the salaries for at the same time Monday. c, eight top staff positions by an Banks gained .88 Io 271.25. pa- average of 40 per cent will save pers .X to 110.42. the composite the union S91.4W i year. He .13 to 233.63 and industrials .10 said more cuts will be made. to 248.11 while utilities dropped Miller said the salary cute .12 to 160.47. are a step in the union's auster-' On the Montreal Stock Ex- program. He added: "The change. Maritime Telegraph gravy train at the United Mine aitd Telephone gained l--s to Workers came to the end of the MICC Investments 1 to line on Dec. 2.'' That was the S3i3j and Placer to 548 while day he took office after defeat- TransCanada Pipelines ing Boyle in a court-ordered dropped 1 to election. On the Canadian Stock Ex- The statement said the change. Muscocho dropped four A few members of zone 8 of the Alberta Auctioneers illusfrote the way they have raised over fhe past four years for the mentally retarded. How else buf The way they know auctions. The -one 8 team raised for the Sunrise Ranch, north of Coaldale, during 1972 and were at the ranch for a visit Monday. Tusiday, January 30, 1973 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD _ 15 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McCnaig Limited) LAST BID OR SALE i-m. Quoles) e.n. cjcitii m.c; a.m. Q'JTTN) Alte Eastern Gt! Its Cyjr.us "B" K' 70S 7. Alminsx 490 AHmera v; yj -e' tt Aihlsnd Oil t GBI IS.75 GSIEIS- B P. Canada Ha-ne Brenda >i Can SO-Jlhtrn 475 Cc can Ex on Ais HIJSCT Cdn Oil d: Gas 5 E7'.: njs-, I Cdn Lo-ig Island Cdr Superior H'jEi-y 0 "5 Charier Oil! O'l "D v.'i- -.5: Chisrrain 'ji.25 O'l "r E Dome Pele i7.27 j P-o.' c V.': 1.--1.' Fd U.S. 12.42 13.S3 Giant V-ascc: ?s 2-0 '-c 955 Great Plains 34 50 pc-s Gr Cdn Serds 9.55 Pa: '.'.K' A" LYIC.-I '.Mr Noble IT; C-p Ncrm Cdr. 7.75 SaiS'-i i li E15 C" 5 f.r i 27 G'l.'-n 5.42 r l.'iL 7 d3 VANCOUVER MIKES Rftnger O'l Scurry !75 _ JLSJ Gii" simple: Ston buildme roads the Canadian Xonh icui aa iricpenderi Halt in northern road construction suggested SASKATOON" (CP) Robert North be developed. emironment subject to the Legget's message is ciear and He repealed i; Mo-day at the wishes of northern natives for arjual convention of the CADS- iheir ov olan ConstnicHon Associaiion. he said, study is "Thrre-is an absolute the for conserving the rior.hem o: the Net i d! 'XRC these points a1 conference: for nsrural ca social improvement. Trade surplus down V.ss- i c--- A ar MISCELLtHEOUS i INDUSTRIES A 7- C-jaoe- Acres Limited ".r, 2 i' INDUSTRIALS Cs; 2.15 B.C. Pref 15 53 V.'ep slack v.ts: io 3-inw MUTUAL FUND; .2? Cdl A Pfd I7.j; A'l C" C-- OILS Brtw 3 Pfd 32 5O C3-, C-' '23 Cfl.T Inc Pfd Res ].i5 Crest For IfW S- Crm-s-fz- lTd CycnL's 7.75 Fd 2-j a- .K Toronto mines, industrials a.m. MINES (Supplied By Richirdson Securities ol Canada) LAST BED OR SALE New record set for grain exports V.TXNTPEG ;CP> Tne Ca-' 1 u-hest pu.-c-.iser for director f research ial Research Coun- in Ottawa, made levels I is'.er nev--E OTTAWA (CP) Increased imports during 1S72. hiltine aj exports did" wnitiled Lhe co-jntry's trade sur- plus in 197; ;o Si.: billion duj- Arctic End ing Statistics Canada re- aM poried Monday, tly some coal ar.d minerals, The surplus'was K.I billion in -J-ere lilile hope a'.tracang 1971. Lower surpluses were regis- tered -.i-th the United Slates snc uhe I'rrted Kmcdom and a rrsde wss rang up with INDUSTRIiLS Ess: Wall Esst 5t.li- ary o: or population to the Xcrh b-> cause of the climate: 1 Pipelines will be built to 7- y- i '.r- :r Ti.5: T7.M :-.-3 Internauonal esecutive board cents to 5S cents on nsdian Grain re- fourth straight year, taking also aboh'shed special medical ports grain exports jor the 1971- Iii.7 million bushels. The So- benefits for international offi- _____ 72 crop year were 7916 million viet Vnion was second cers. Earlier, all medical ex- penses for union officers not covered by Lhe union's regular market made s 5l- medical insurance were "paid toaay after six toaight OUT of the union treasury, sessions oi declines, -vnth trad- 72 crop year were .916 million viet Union was second bushels, some million bush- million bushels, largest els above previous record purchases by the U.S.S.R. since set in 1E65-66. Includfeg flo1-. tcts'i exrxjns amounted to jjul- carry oil and gas frotr; the Ar- ctic to soutJem markets, b'ji on have a minimal effect 03 the Beef iicci iiuuic. in _ _ __________ _ _ ing moderately active. Many of iicn" bushels compared Cropped tcTfcurth 'from secorTd, mle5? coiLntnes. Ja- psr: and the European cornmu- Imports rose by S3.1 billion. 29 per cent, (o S1S.7 bil- in 1P72 from the previous, record 1971. the statistics bu- is DroN'ea WTvNTPEG (CP1 beef age of 30 industrials was up 1.06 furures close Monday. to 997.52. Losses predominated among price changes were frac- rdUicn the also were set in bsrley Tee commission's official re- Mar May Losses predominated amons TOT-. on fie cro-, vear Jly _ M.WX: Se? 40.WN. Canadian stocks on the New ended iast 31 whes; Fridays TTNO con- York exchange. Mclntji-e lost cxrnr: at -7S i mir'on bushel' trans. at K6h and Inco arid Dis- buying mlllior. bushels In addition to :r.e principal were slupnienti o: 15.3 million bushels of ether ce- real gr.-.ins. oilseeds and by- of in the national s" cf northern ;-r- quli emea s: co-npanJes River barges tr- equiv- All trscinr sent more i r.iA previous ior Dollar value tillers dropped apiece at Hon. bsrlev r-.3 U.S. and S45U, respectively. Canadian Pacific and Hudson Bay Mining eased MONTREAL dollar in terms of Canadian can. Granby Mining and Mas funds at neon today was up 1-36 say-Ferguson edged higher. at si.OO. Pound sieriins up at On the American. Scurry Rainbow added -S at In Ne'.r VOTK. the C-anadian while Presron ar.d Canadian dollsr 1-15 a: si. 00. Javelin gained lesser amoanLs. Pouiid up st Canadian Marconi slipped ir-iuion. rye 10.S million, flax Co.7 laiSon and rapeseed 42.6 million. alt were 6.3 million bushels. it 1.5 r.ullicn. fjvbeans 1.4 LS cheaper to expand lap-cling srrips and airports IP Urik settlements uiar: to build rrefwork of roads, ard and rolled oats and ojtneal .03 ;ar ;eS5 damadrE to the esvi- million. whest one Trillion Grai price PLEASE NOTE LADIES' ax me s WEAR AND in the 7lh STREET SHOPPING MALL WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY JAN. 31st FOR STOCKTAKING Winnipeg Grain VnXNIPEG (CP1 Mos; o: the traajig r.cir rniii-sesslon to- day w.is in the feed light activity in the pushed prices in flax and rspe- seed sharply lo.ver on the VVin- nlpeg Comniodity Exchange. Flax rangod froni four io 10 cents below previous close prices while prices vere also up to the r.iaximur.i 10 Crtr.s iD'-ver. pressure was active in the oil- seeds. Oats: May lower 1.12- sA: July lower Ort. tm- rt.-r.gocf K'-A: Bar y. May uncharged Grain Monday Has May Col 44H-: Xov Rapesecd Greyhound Lines of Canada announces CHANGE OF SCHEDULE for Calgary-Lethbridge Bus Service. For information, please call 327-1551 IN LETHBRIDGE, 265-9111 IN CALGARY. GO GREYHOUND and leave the driving to us rye was also v.r.h prices itiainlainlng their opening lev- Mondsy's vo'ur.-.e of r d f 1.090.000 of rye ar.d 5.C49A'-'0 cf Flax: May 5 1 July lower k> jiy' j-. lo'.ver 4 lower 4 ;0" Rapose-A-1 Vancouver: J Barlfv no: opor.: March 1 higher June iO So-p. 6 low- Jly' er 3.PO: Nov. r.ot ope-. l: Rapesfod Thunder Ray: May iov.-or July lower May 3K: no; open: Nov. .T'v' .1- Imver 3.53A. Oct M: NOV ,-7n Thiinner B.iy Nev Oais is already affecting r.crrthera natives are 5Witcb- pcsed to television, utr the south's definition of progivs? sliould no: be imposed on Lhe Xonh: lot has been done to im- prove norjem schools and pro- skilled job training, but what harpers after graduadon a-a.-J ilv pipeline jobs are finished? The northern nadve probably drift sovrih in starch of iobs. Mr. Lt-ccet. dlre-otor of the I bui'olnc rosozrch from ri> three j year.- said more risrmir.g j if r.ve-iec before going ahead I .1 of road cor.- perhaps the grestes: ecc'.or.oal ir. Ko Canadi's dream P: a rortherr, rreasrae house o: re- sources ootr.e close tij to Lie r-jnost K billon. Jarai ar.d oiher co'jnrries aliccst raililon each and maritK rrimnimiripv BOOL: Automoth-e product bv SS60 milllor, food, pro-rlucts by ES20 million, corn- equipment bv siw and clothine by mil- Purchases of foreie: iDdtis- trial machiEery mcti--ed by leua by zrilic. December import? cstl- per cent higher than the same FITS ?c'-.( Livestock report Hog prices EDMONTON aT! Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Allt-etta Ho; producers Marketing Beard: Edmonton: 44.40. Monday 43.27. Red Deer: 44.JJ averse Monday 4: ?7. averaje l.'on- day a-.-er- erag :encl e Mor.r.ay 4; 63. r: sales, av- Moniiay 45 f 5. Prairte: No sales. -ace M-.-nday 43 55. 42 S3. No sales, average lethbridge Livestock There were no carJe sales Monday due to the weeky sale of weaner and feeder bogs. Sale 650 hogs. All classes weaner and feeder hogs so.'i extremely well with prices i'jrr.plng as much as fid. per head In some classes. Weaners 51 to 54 higher. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. to S3 per head higher. feeders 10M3fl up to flO per head higier. Weaners 1650 io 26.30. Lkht feeders under iM Ibs. 27 to S3.50. e feeders over ISO .Alj per head. silo from to 46.75 per huri- drecwelght. feeders over Iv Ibs from to S-f'j p-rr dredwetgh'.. sows and sold frvrr. 75 to :M.53 per hcac. Boars sold 575 to 60 per he.-d. Butcher hogs scld :he I.ethbridge yards 43.Txi base price. Calgary livestock CALGARY steers wld bareh1 --eiker under- steady. Cows lower grade with f'all? rteady. e-r-vv3 sold dora to to 40.60. Er.r.5. Heifers A 1 V A 3 34.75 to P and 2 25.25 to 15. D 4 20.50 to bulls ;a to 32. catt'e were :y. r.ve---vay steers pounds. g.-od demand fronj ni expert bm'ers at s. Stork calves sold Preferred Finance Corporation Ltd. Plan. Ca'anry THOM Neu York stocks By Richardson cF OLIVETTI CANADA LIMITED Is now accepting APPLICATIONS from young men interested in a marketing or management career. For appointment phone Mr. D. J. McDowell 327-2555 TORONTO AVERAGES EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP for a linked lime to acquire dealerships for the popular new DYCKES HI- POP SPRINKLER underground low pressure1. Low initial inveslmcnt e.xceilent profit potential. NO FRANCHISE FEE PLEASE ADDRESS INQUIRIES TO ELJAY LAWN IRRIGATION LIMITED 60 BAYCKEST PLACE, CAIGARY, AlBERTA TIME LIMIT FOR RECEIVING PETITIONS FOR PRIVATE BILLS Take notice trio; th; 'V-? -c- pefifions for Private 6'ii; c; the oi the Legislative on Monday, the fifth day c- Febrvr-y. 1973. Clerk of the Lej Assembly ;