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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta i: s s Industrial stocks dip; others rise TORONTO (CP) Industrial issues on the Toronto stock market drifted moderately lower while prices in other major sectors moved higher in mid-morning trading today. The industrial index lost .65 to 196.62. Golds were up .22 to 175.47, base metals .14 to 86.52 and western oils .81 to 221.33. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Friday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 176 to 94 with 178 issues unchanged. Beverage, merchandising, oil refining, steel and pipeline stocks posted moderate gains as 10 of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups moved higher. Industrial mining, general manufacturing, banking and utility .issues edged fractionally lower. _ Great West Life was up 2 to Du Pont 1% to Fal- conbridge Copper 'A to Sll, Ranger to ?17V4 and Patino to 520. Bow Valley rose to Trizec to Massey-Fergu- son to Asamera Vk to International Utilities to and Imperial Oil "i lo Inco dropped V.'t to Home A to Tara Vj to Royal Bank to Eell Vn to and MattaBami to NOON STOCKS MONTREAL (CP) Prices were fractionally higher in most sectors in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. On index, banks rose .45 to 269.12, industrials .01 to 200.28, utilities .19 to 163.44 and the composite .09 to 200.53. Papers declined .09 to 87.80. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges to 11 a.m. was shares, compared with 1.40 million shares at the same time Friday. Gains on the Montreal Stock Exehacge included Du Pont, up 1% tn .Credit Fonder up Vs to Trizec Corp up Vi to (I8'A and Imperial Oil up Vz to (33Mi. Among declines, Falconbridgc Nickel dropped 2 to Interna- tional KTckel 1 to S3U4, Domin- ion Glass to and Com- inco y .61 West 4.70 minM Cdn Super 41.50 Whlli 12.75 AnuK .37 Charter 5.35 Arllc Mining .17 Chleflan f.30 AlUl Explor .41 Dome Pere H.50 Baroni BaMiunr Norse 1 35 Gt Plains 30.00 Brenda Gt Cdn Oil North Churchill Copper y LOcnill 1.72 WlBI ,n Croyden STOCK. :S pan cdn Pel. u'liii Alta Gl Tr "A" 53.50 Dynaity 720 pJ! Ocean ij'K14 Tr w rcrl pllra Alia Nat Gal H.oo GUnt Mascot Ef nil. 14.40 Grannie ili PUca Gil I'S Noflh Gai H.B Kamlmxi! Copper liVi Place bfl i.i) Pf 31.00 Lwnex I.9B Pacific 111714 Lytlon Mlneralj 1.SS Ransar 17.00 Primer Sewn- 11.59 oai "A" .3] 1.25 Trani-Cda p pe 39.75 silver standard 1.3] Selbeni Trans-Cda Pi" B" Texmonl Tolal 7.05 Trani-Cda "A" T.m Trolan ,M Ulster i.u Trani-Cda 12.75 Valley Copper 1.75 W. Dtciltl Wislcoast 2I.1W waslcoasl Rtl. ,07V] West Pete 1050 westcoast INDUSTRIALS MliCILLANEOUS Brnr 1 [n INDUSTPIliS All Cdn Com 9.34 2012'A Aquataln. 25 37vi 10.44 f Brlnco 17S All Cdn Cdn Brew 31.4 Grow Fd 6.59 7.24 ggf J" Cdn Brew a 31.03 special J.JJ Grower's "B" Cygnui A tillu '15? Inter Brew 180 B 6.B7V1 .S Mil Inter Mariner HgJSgr lnvK, Home A 3J.5B fra I'S Oknnagan Hell. 7.M i Pacific West Air 15.25 i. 'Ill 3 Stamp mil Res 1.0J Home B 3J.M oSw .ih... nlS'" a Hud Bay Co H.an Invest Grow Fd 11. n 13.W 16 Hud Bay Oil 42.JO Invest Mut i.74 4.2! pllm! pele Hud Bay Oil Ptd 52.50 Mul 5.74 4.31 Western Explor -20 Toronto mines, (Supplied By Richardson Secnrities of LAST SALE a.m. Quotes) Ouorcsl a.m. Quotes) MINGS Dom Textile 24.50 Acme .24 Dom Stores 15.00 Advocale Aib. 1.97 Pine Dome Pete Aknllcho 50 Placer Dolasco Bralornc 7.25 P.C. CAB 11.25 Broulan .55 Quebec Fd of Amer 7J.3D Balhlehem 19.00 Gr Cdn Oil 5.10 Brunswick 2.56 Gen Motors 10.60 Canada Tung. 1.60 Rio GI [_akes Pap 17.00 Cnssiar ,9.25 Roman Gulf Oil Cda 2B.BO Central Pat. l.so Sherrltt 1 1 55 Greyhound Chi mo 1.19 Hawker Sid 2.BS Conwfil 6.50 Sleep Erie J9.CO Cons. Rambler 1.90 Tek Walk Coin Lake. Imperial Oil 33.25 .37 Upper Cralgmont 8.30 Weslern 3.15 1 w V- 1 11 Dlckenson Minn 1 "5 Wright 1.20 [Jj Denlson. MlnK 30.00 Deer Horn ,04 Indus) Accept 21.62V; D' El dona 55 Lauren tide 13.75 Dome Minn 64.00 KellV Doug A 5.75 Donalda 0.7 25 Loeb 3.50 Discovery Mines .73 LoSlflW A East Malar tic 1 52 Algomi 14.00 Metro Stores V.H East Sullivan AICQ 25 Massey Ferg IflDO FakofibrieTge 85.00 McMillan Blot 32.AH Frobex iD Jgra IS Moore Corp Jl.SO First Maritlmes -63 Molsons A Giant ,YK. B.30 Brain Molsons B 22.25 Bovls gc Norlh, Cent 14.25 Granduc Jo Power Corp 7.25 Headway R.L. 7.50 2 r Price Co B.oo Holllnger 3B.SO Rothmans 18.50 Hudson Bay M-S 21.00 50 St Law Corp 20.25 Hydra Ex. .50 d .Shell CDA 37.37Vi Iron Bay 125 Simpson's 23.50 JoHet Quebec il 50 Simp Stars 31.25 Selkirk A 19.00 Kerr Addlson B.40 Taxaro 41.00 Labrador 39 DO Coron Traders Gp A 1B.OO Lake Shore C.W.N. Trflns Mtn Pp Sliver -07 Cdn Trans Can Pp R L .75 Canda 5 :S Waclnlyrt 72.00 wesieei Meta 12 Union Car 16.00 Mldrlm "l5 Comlnco Inlern AAogul T0.17W Cons Weslon's B Voo Woodward's A J6.MV1 New West Homa 10.0Q cons West Cdn Sd J.70 New Alhona -DVa Cdn 3J.03 Ellc.uu. JJ5 New Calumet Disf BANKS W. Horss Copper 2.25 n nn Monlreal 22.25 Noranda 36.12rt Dom Nova Scolla 36.25 Ncrlhgatt 6.05 Tor-Dom 33.50 Neiv York (Supplied By BJcbardsoo Securities ol Amer T and T 43.12% 20 Golds 176.07, up .B2 Anaconda 1d.25 Std. oil of 75.42V4 10 Base Mst up .25 Belh Steel Texai 15 West Oils 531.03, up .41 Chrysler Texas Volume Comsat 61.B7VS Wlx NEW YORK AVERAGIS Duponl 154.25 Woolworlh 30 Inds off Gulf 2B.SO MC 19 H inn 1U10 nfl Int Harvester 30.75 Kenn Copper 65 Sleeks 317.11, ol! .86 Monlgom Ward 31.00 20 Inds 196.76, off .51 Volume Que. bloc plans in next federal QUEBEC (CP) A of the national assembly for plans to support and >ly enter candidates in the Bertrand said the bloc's ederal election in support hundred supporters Quebec separatism, lawyer attempt to rally popular Bertrand announced [or the movement in Mr. Bertrand told a news ference that the bloc's [uture federal party objective is lo group "all Que-bscers in a political force have the same objectives as the Parti Quebecois. advance separatist cause said a convention would be the federal to allow supporters of the He said a meeting Jan. 22 movement at the elected a temporary level to discuss the for- executive comprised of Mr. of a party. He did not trand; Francois-Albert a date for the convention. iresident of the St. Jean Bertrand said unless isle Society of Montreal; Minister Trudeau calls a hias Rioux, former president election, the movement the Montreal Teachers' become a party called ance; Montreal Bloc Quebecois and would Marcel Ohaput; Henri candidates in certain of the Quebec Teachers Guertin, a teacher; 'aul-Engene Gagnon of the Con-ederation of National an election were called before a party could be formed, the movement would lend mis- Unions; and Antonio support to certain candi- former Union Nationale The Lethbridge Community Invites qpplicgtiont for the following sessional 1 General, Short Order Cook or QUALIFICATIONS: Journeyman or equivalent 1 SALARY: Commeniurate with qualification! and Pouibiliry of a will bi np'ertd The applicant! ihould contact ihe of Lethbridge Community College at 327-21 41, Ext. First electronic system for Alberta telephones EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta Government Telephones has announced its capital expendi- ture program for 1972 will be million. Un Werry, minister lele- rnones, said here the expan- slon includes the placing in op- second office will go We op- eration ol Alberta's first elec- eralion in the Calgary-BowneES Ironic switching equipment. district in August. The first electronic Mice Lethbridge will get I fiujor will go into service in the Cal- building extension in 1071, the gary-Oakridge district in June, release said, including inetilla- he said in a news release. A Here's new cabinet lineup after big Ottawa shakeup tion of the new equipment. Grande Prairie and Sherwood Park, near Edmonton, also will be converted to the electronic equipment. During 1972, ACT will run trials on UK extra services that can be offered with the equipment to assess public re- sponse and need, the release said. OTTAWA (CP) List of federal cabinet ministers liter changes announced Friday by Prime Minister Trudeau: NEW MEMBERS Patrick Mahoney, 43, Calgary South, minister of state. SHIFTS IN PORTFOLIO Arthur Laing, 67, minister of Indian affairs and northern development. John Munro, 40, Hamilton East, minister of health and welfare. Gerard Pelletier, 52, Montreal Hochelaga, secretary of state. Jack Davis, 55, Capilano, minister of environment and the electronic equipment, which eliminates number-by number mechanical switching, a subscriber can have his telephone set to get any of four special services: that there is a second call waiting to come in on his South, to veterans affairs from public works. E. J. Benson, 48, Kingston and The Islands, to defence from finance. John Turner, 42, Ottawa-Car-leton, to finance from justice. Bi7ce Mackasey, 50, Verdun, to manpower and immigration from labor, retaining responsibility for the unemployment H. A. Olson, 46, Medicine Hat, minister of agriculture. Don Janiieson, 50, Burin-Bur-geo, minister of transport. James Richardson, 49, Winnipeg South, minister of supply and services. Herb Gray, 40, Windsor West, minister of national revenue. Robert Stanbury, 42, for all calls to his number to be forwarded to another telephone, for example, if he was out visiting but wanted to receive telephone calls; which allows the subscriber to dial ire-quently-u s e d numbers with only two or three digits instead surance commission. Donald S. Maedonald, 39, Toronto Rosedale, to energy, mines and resources from minister of communications. Jean-Pierre Goyer, 40, Montreal Dollard, so licito'. dialing, where a third person may be called at another number wh i 1 e the Gillespie, 49, is MI progress. Jean-Eudes Dube, 45, minister of state release said that the gbuche, to public works from veterans and technology. LEFT equipment ifl Edmonton will go into Ron Basford, 39, J. Greene, 51, in March. It is the Centre, to secretary of state from minister of single installation of its urban affairs from and in Canada and will serve and corporate affairs. Robert Andras, 50, exchanges. Medicine Hat also will get di- Arthur to consumer and corporate affairs from secretary distance dialing facilities, which will begin operation in state for urban (CP) Otto Lang, 39, prices to 11 a.m. work will be car- Humboldt, to justice and the Alberta Hog out in 1972 on the replace- ney-general from and addition of long-dts- and immigration, retaining 28.60. facilities in the north- sponsibility for Canadian part of the province. Deer: 28.65. open wires will be Martin O'Connell, 55, by buried equipment ough East, to labor from 23.65. it is expected that by 1980 tary of state for citizenship, buried equipment will be taining responsibility for No sales. use in the province. mation OanadA. UNCHANGED Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Friday, 28.93. Lloydminster: No sales. Average Friday, 28.60. Grande Prairie: 28.25. PLANNED JERUSALEM (Reuter) -Municipal elections are to be Montreal Mount Royal, May 2 in 14 towns and vil- minister. Paul Martin, 68, Senator hogs sold Friday, average Friday 28.88. Sows in the Israeli-controlled West Bank of the Jordan Rivef, ernment leader. Mitchell Sharp, 60, an order issued EgUnton, external affairs ter Allan MacEacben, 50, Cape Breton Highlands-Canso, SERVICES dent of privy council. C. M. Drury, 59, 3rd Ave. S. Phone treasury board president. Jean-Luc Pepin, 47, mond, minister of industry, trade and SERVICE AND Jean Marchand, 53, all modell minister of regional economic Television Black White and .lean-Pierre Cote, 46, lan-gueuil, Radios Record Jon Chretien, 38, St. Classic Mahogany V Groove PREFINISHED PANELLING 4x8 Sheets Special i PER SHEET AMTICO VINYL ASBESTOS FLOOR TILE DECORATOR WHITE CEILING TILE thick tongue and groove .........PER CARTON or use your Crestline Budget Plan No Down Payment CRESTLINE BUILDERS MARKET LTD. 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