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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 T IETHBRIDOE HERAID Wednejday, January 31, 1973 TSE prices up in active trade TORONTO Fnces on the Tornnto niarke: ponied rr.ocera'.e IP. acave The usi'Jiirijl L-.cex. consid- ered a major irdicstor of mar- ker, trends, was up .37 so aolds .33 to 217.7H. bsse to 97.03 ar.d vesem Bi to 2S9.33. Volume by 11 a.rr.. 000 shares compared tn'.h 613.- WO traded ry ire ra.iie [irne Tuesday. Among sectors ci rhe market pipeline, steel ard paper ard forest Cr.enncal. ccrr.- trust ard loan sr.d rnii'bz issues lower. Advances were wel! ahead ot declines. 155 So S4. while 212 is- sues remained tcchanged. Dome Pete to S'neU Canada to Gold futures TTrvNTPEG CF' futures. U.S. per c-or.ce. Winnipeg Conunodl'.y Exchange Tuesday. Jan 73 bo.55: APT 73 6S.95A: Jh- 73 Oct 73 69.00A: Jan 74 Monday's 15 con- tracts v.-arii A -s to Canadian Bank 10 S31'-; and MicMiilan Blccdei too Pacific fell to laco to S33'j, Xoranda Mines U to S-ld. N'eonsx fi'.'e cents to j S-l.tio and Northern and Central, Gis -i to International Mogul increased I to 5Bri while Iso Mines! drocced eieht cents to 52.76. Alberta Eastern Gas eaired to 51'lJ, while Total Fete :o to S3.75. Preferred Finance Corporation Lid. Ml 60. Calgary Fleet. 4th Avj, S.W.. Co'gory Phone Mrs R. THOM (Mhbridge) 323-7761 MONTREAL -CP'i All sec- tors advanced b. heavy trading en '.-.e .Yor.treal stock market tivr'ay Cociblred vo'urr.e on Mor.- :red and stock e_v changes at il was 557.40C shares. with 5C6.3W at the Tuesday. Banks rose l.K to 272.10. utili- .51 to 16072. t'-.e coiEEorlte .44 to 233.54. industrials .23 to 247.93 and papers .13 to 110.72. On the Montreal Stock E.v chatse. Andres Wines gai-red to Dome Petroleum I'-- to Sol'--. Pacific Petroleun I'-! to ard PI-eLi-es to Ch the Casadiar. Stock Ei- dropped lour to 55 cents on 12.5W YORK 'AP' Prices crert b. moderate trad- ir.r ir.e stock market today, ai'.er u-eeks of worrisome Tr.? coon Jones aver- age of 30 T.dusrrisls was up 4.So to 597 88. Dome slipped to SBO'- on the NYSE Hudson Bay oil ar.d Vca L-. dian Pacific acced M -SIS's and Granby and aational Nickel each. On the AnericaTi. Canadian Javeiri and Canadian Marconi gained '-s each whUe Brascan tha: Ferry terminal Sriiish Columbia's NDP government has unounced plans to move the ferry ell Departure Bay in Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. The bay will be freed for rec- use. Buoyant year predicted for Canadian economy Wheat supplies drop WINNIPEG (CP1 Tlie %TS- iblc supplies of wheat continued to decrease but supplies ot the principal Canadian grains and oilseeds increased during the week ended Jan. 2-1, the Can- adian grain commission report- ed Tuesday. In its weekly report the com- mission said (he visible sup- plies of all principal grains and oilseeds increased to 463.9 mil- lion bushels from the previous week's million. However, visible supplies of wheat de- clined from the 2696 million busliels of the same period last year, and the 354.3 million of the previous week, to 253.4 mil- lion bushels on Jan. 21. Farmers' marketing of wheat during the week under review totalled 7.2 million bushels, up from the previous week's 4.5 million and the 4.3 million of the corresponding week in 1972. Overseas clearances of wheat I dropped from B.I million of the I previous week to 4.3 million bu- shels, also down from the 5.6 million of the same period one i year ago. Visible supplies of other grains, last week's totals in 1 brackets: Durum 34.1 million (52.9 mil- I lion i, oats 21.5 million (22.4 mil- jlion1. barley 104.2 million million', rye 9.3 million (9.3 rr.iilioni, flax 10.9 million (3.5 and rapeseed 30.6 mil- lion (26.9 million'. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McCnaig LAST UID OR a.m. a.m. (11 -M a.m. QuotM) WESTERN Amr Gr F 6.39 7.01 AND "0 AGF Special 3.JI Alia East Gas ID Cdn Invest F 5.31 S.S3 AI.Y.inex 75 Cmnw Inter 15.57 17.11 Asamera Cmnw Lev 5.67 Ashland and W Crr.n.v Vtnr E.ii 9.30 BP Canada Corp Invest 7.03 Brcnda Mines Carp In St F 5.56 410 Lou SW-ln Dreyfus F U.S. 12-M13.5I Cdn Ex Gfi3 Bay Great Pacific 5.04 5.J1 Cdn Homestd Bay Gr in shares t.Jl 1.73 Cdn Ind Gas Oil Bay A 7S Gr Equily 9.18 10.F3 Cdn Long Is Invest Gr F 13 00 CdT Si-psr 55 Invest Mutual 4.1) 6 Charter B Mutual AC t.ll i.9T CnieMan D f.'L'tuai Gr F i-.v Hspe V-5 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canftd -.50 r.II VB -M 7 C-." W BS i7 L-p .10 NEW YORK 'AVERAGES 1-9 Cauacia Trust earnings up Thunder Bay TORONTO (CPi Cacada and Erie Monsaje C9rp. reports net earnings of or a share for 197: ccnrared or Si iA E year earlier. d'jrirt tr.c yc-ar 'jp from in Presides! J. Allya Taylor said in a to shareholders that the gx-1 iinar.ciai re- their are "for real Level? of are rad and likely 10 reniain 50 de- spite whatever effort may made to bring them down. "On balance though, thanks to our vast natural resources ard our Erro'.'-uic industrial base, cur strengths continue to Beef futures (TP'-Live beel iu-.Lics T-JC--T.IV. Ma: _ Jly So? 40.WX. No con- VOLVO 328-6586 Tra'le en steers ar.d ard on cc-.vj ar.d Sia'JShter steers ar.n >o.'d A'.der B' rrlccs a IG'A'CT A larro of the ilc.-hy, steers ar-i rcifers v.T-t :-ecers. C, -.-s fr.'A Bu'ls steady -.vltr, y, Steers A: and 33 to A.l 33 to 39. AI r-r.d Is 36.50. A3 J4 to 35.25 Cvfs Pi ar.d DC li 50 to 27. TV1. to 25, D4 :0.50 to 23.75. Good bu'ls 29 to ReDlaccmer.t cattle T.verc flashy t'.vo wc-iehinc about l.nrn ar.ri in the wcisht steady. Gojd feeder steers 750 pourds 3-3 to 41. Good feed- er h ei fers M lo 37.40. Good stock and feeder cows to ca. Grr.1 stock Mrer calves 4C-) to 575 pouncJs ,o 'J2 2.7 Hor, fnh In 11 air. Avcr.ico priro 43-10. Lambs sold hiRher Tuesday with Rood lambs selling at M. Oc: ;v; irar; I'arifv H'-c B.C. SUGAR REFINERY, LIMITED I log prices EDMONTON