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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 7, THE IETHIKIOOI 19 Moderate gains at mid-morning TORONTO (CP) Gold Is- sues on (he Toronto slock mar- ket drifted fractionally lower in mid-moiT.-ing trading today while prices in other major sec- tors moved higher in moderate trading. Advances huld a wide margin nver 128 lo 86, with 135 issues unchanged. Beverage, oil refining, real es- tate, paper and forest, banking and general manufacturing slocks moved moderately Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. APPOINTMENT ROY CLELAND Schworli Agencies (19721 ild. are pleased to announce the OD- pointment of Roy Cleland os of our sales representatives Roy previously sold farm ma- chinery in the VauxhaM-Taber area and it well known in sport- ing circlcl, especially in curling, minor hoclcey and lilllc league baseball. He is married with a family of 3 children. He inviles alt his many Friends ond potential customers to con- tact him for any of their realty needi. Phone him now at 328-3331 at his residence 327-6335. higher while pipeline, communi- cation, food processing and merchandising issues suffered fractional declines. TR15ND IS UP MONTREAL (CP) Papers were unchanged hut prices pushed upwards in oilier sectors in light morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. On the Montreal exchange, Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas rose 1 to Reitman's lo Hudson Bay Mining and Smell- ing '.i to SJfl's, Pacific Petro- leum 3. lo S4Q, Du Pont to ami Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce to Rapid Data lost 'i to Metropolitan Stores "2 to and Canada Packers to NEW YORK (AP) Among Canadians, International Nick- el was off at Mclnlvre Porcupine was up at and Masscy ahead V2 at SM'.S. On the American Stock Ex- change, Scurry Rainbon1 Oil was off Vs at RECORD CROPS? SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) A record crop of more than 200 million bushels of wheat should be produced in the Pacific northwest this year, a grain of- ficial predicted Thursday. Mer- rill D. Sather. executive vice- president of the Pacific North- west Grain Dealers Association, said wheat production is up seven per cent over last year in Washington, Idaho and Oregon. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplier! by DoherLy. McCuaig Limited) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. a.m. Quotes) Aimlnex S.7J Husky Oil B Pf a.av. Alia East ten Husky Oil Wnr D 3.50 In Pro War 13.75 -_._ _ _. Oil, GDI In Pro S and P BP Oil, Gas Can South Cdn Export Gai Cdn Home Cdn In Gav Oil Cdn Superior Charier Chlellan Dom Pele 1 19 Great Greal Cdn Oil Lochlcl Fxnl Norlh Cdn, Oil Human Pan Cdn FeU P-in Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Placp Pcncler Rangct Srurry Rsin Spooncr Seibtrr- Tola) Ulster Wes! Pele MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aguslaine jj.37' KaFser M.G.F. W PacINc PC Rainier Sandwell Teledyne Wesl Cdn Whifppais West Meld CALGARY" mage Yufcw 300 3.BS Mutual Ac Muluai Gr Nal Rex N W Fin N W Gr 79.50 7.H5 AcreJj 1 4; Barwis Oil i.55 Mnrfison .11 Ncrth Conl. .01 Warner 40 PIPELINE STOCKS Alfa Gas Alia Gas Tr e.i Alto Nal Gas inland Nat Gas Nor Id, Cenl Ga- Nnrlh. Cen Gnt'B Pac Gas Trans Gaz Metro Gaz Metro PI A Tram Cda Pipe Trins Cda Pf B Trans Cda Pf A Trans Cda War Wesl Trz 57 7? 50 2000 Principal Gr Royfund Temp Gr United Ac Universal Sav Vanguard Ctnnw Wnl VANCOUVER MINIS Ad on Alldi Explof Ralh None Brendn Brycon Churchill Copper Croydcn Davenport Dolly Vardeo S.87 5.9 7 13 7.7 5.IB 5.U s.n t.s 5.07 5.5 6.7J 699 7 31 7.99 557 6.12 0.10 B.91 10.0B H.05 7.69 Grain price review WINNIPEG fCP) Flax! traded cents higher at the mid-session on (he W i n n i peg Grain Exchange today ur.clei good exporter and commission house interest. Vancouver rapeseed w fractionally lower, while Thun- der Bay was up more than two cents in exporter buying. The rest of the market was Wesl T-( MUTUAL FUNDS 6.37Vs All Cdn Com 9 18 Cdn Brpw A Pf 30.EO All Cdn Dluld 934101? Can Pat. in Pf All Cdn Venl J K i'ti Crortsnosl Ind :e.OO Amr Gr F A n 7.J3 Cygnus A 190 AGF Special 3.5J Cyonus B 4 HJ crln Invest F 5.05 547 11.75 Col Mutual 6.EW 7 51 13.8716 Cmnw Inter Id.25 IS'M .11.50 Cmn.v Lev 3.E7 J ?5 3Z.50 ?7J5 Fnlcon Coppe Gcnstar Home Oil A Homo Oil B Hud Bay C Hud Bay Oil -1550 Corp _ Dreyfus F U.S. 1318 JAM Shares 4.J8 Hud Bay Oil Pf 51.00 Gr Equity 7W 8.61 Hugh russell PF InVGSl Gr F 12. Jp Husky Oil InvEsI Mulual S.fin 6.34 fl.OO 6.30 1.9S Valley Copper WC Res INDUSTRIALS Blnrt Rrne B.C. Sugar B.C Sugar Pic Capl Inter Crest For Ind Hys Columbia K-y Indusf Pacific w Air Stampede intl Ras .fit OILS Albany Oil Plains Pete Wesl Explor 21.2i 16.25 J.30 3.35 .Sfi 73.7i New York stocks Amr T and T Anaconda Belli Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM Gulf Inf Harvester Kenn Copper Monlciomerv War (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canidi) Sears ICE.OO 50 Golds 22227 up 35 Sfcf Oil of N.J. 7J.7S 10 Base Met 93.09 up 06 27.87V3 Texas Gulf 1725 15 W Oils 235.77 up 1.S1 Texas Cc 35.62V'3 Volume S3.50 Wickes Corp 3J 50 1M.M Woolworlh 34.25 VORK AVERAGES 75.12V: Elec 30 Iridusl 941.15 ott 9B 7i25 US. Sleel 29.50 20 Rails off >i 3J.87'6 Gen Tel Elec 2750 15 Utilities 108.29 df" IS TORONTO AVERAGES 45 Slncki 312.35 V I 21.67V3 20 IrdusT Up .10 Volume Livestock report CALGARY (CF) Receipts heifers on offer sold steady. on the Calgary Livestock Mar- ket to 11 a.m. totalled 300 head, )ractically all cows and re- Cows fully steady with 31.50 to -13. Choice heifers 32 to 32.40, good 30.75 lo 31.75, me- placements. Trade was active. Few slaughter steers ani PROFESSIONAL BUILDING c dium 29 to 30.50. Good cows 25 I to 26, m e d i 23.23 to 24.50, ranners and cutters 19 to 23. Replacement catlle were mostly steers in the lower grade, selling steady. Slock calves were mainly slock steer calves in the 500 to 550 pound range, selling at steady prices. There were insufficient good stock heifer calves on offer to establish quotations. Good feed- er steers under 750 pounds .37 to 40, 750 pounds up 34 to 36.90. Good stock and feeder cows 23 lo 38. Good stock steer calves 40 to 44.50. No hogs were sold to 11 a.m. quiet. Thursday volume Included bushels of flax, bushels of rye, and bushels of MID-SESSION Flax: July 23i higher Oct. 2'.i higher Nov. higher Dec. 1'i, higher 2.84. Hapeseed Vancouver: Sep. '4 lower Nov. H low- er Jan. 1 lower March nol open. I Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July higher 2.43'iA; Oct. high- er Nov. lower 2.47B: Dec. lower 2.42A. July unchanged Oct. unchanged Dec. no: open. Grain quotes Thursday 'basis Lakehcarii: High Plai Jly 284 Oct 2B73-i Nov Dec 282% Low Close 2S3 2821. Kapeseed Vancouver Sep 259 Vi N'ov Jan 2S2 2573; Mar 257'i 239'j 256'.-; 255 Rappseiul Thunder Bav Ily M2Vt '241s Oct. Nov 247', Dec Oats Jly Oct Dec Barley Fly------- OcL Dec Rye ly )ct. MS'.n nn II2si J02'. KM11 100's 10234 102 247' i 242 't 704 III 113 JOO's 102 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Secnrllics or Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. 3uoTes) MI-DO m, QUOIM) MINES Acmp Advocate Aib. Akailctto Bralorni Broulan Belhlehem Brunsv.-ick Cdn Tung Cassiar Central Pal Chimo CDnv.-esl Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickwison Mines Denison Mines Deer Horn Dome Dona I da Epst Malartl Discovery Eaif SullivHn Ffl Icon bridge FrotKK Firsf Mflrillr Giant Y.K. .37 Oslsko Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. EAR. Quebec Man Rayrock j Radiorc Rio Algom Roman Corp j Sherrill Gordof Silver Miller Sleep Rock Tek Corp. Upper Canada Westm .11 30.00 39.75 5 15 3.30 Wnghi Hargreave5 1.17 Wlllroy 1.15 Windfall .11 Yellowknilt 4.15 Zenmoc ,li INDUSTRIALS Min Granduc Headwav R L. Hollinoer Hudson Bay M-5 Hydro Ex Iron Bfiy Jollel Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen R.L. Wlalarllc G.F. McNeely Aftacinfyrt Mela Mldrim Intern Mopul Nu West Homei New Athena New Calumet W. Hnrss Copper Nor1hga1e Noranda .36 Alqoma Steel Alco Ind .2? Allanlic SuflHr .60 Agra Ind 50 Bell .70 Brazil Trat .75 B.C Tel .5" Burns 00 EC 50 B.C. Sugar 23 Bow val Ind ao CAE Ind .12 Col Cellulose 7.00 20.35 13.00 ll.B7Vi I.12V3 7.35 4.35 1 95 19.25 .17 1.7P 9.75 .20 .3d 2.50 Coron CredM 1.60 C.W.N. GB5 PFd Cdn Ind 16.25 Cdn Marten! Cdn Vlck-rt Chrysler C.P.R. Cominco Cons Bath Cons Ges DiEl Seoorarr Dom Bridge Dom Textile Dome Pele Dofasco IMS M.50 15.75 34. 12.50 11.55 35. 7 3P.OO 30.62V1 Cable Grl Cdn Oil Gen Malors Grl Lakes PP Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hur 8, Erie Hiram Walker Imssca Int Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Grp A Int Util Ind Accept Laurenlide Kelly DougA LMb A Met S lores Massey Ferg McMillan Moore Corp Molsont A Molsoni B North cent Power Corp Prite Co 51. Law Corn Shell CDA Simp Sean Steel of Selkirk A Texaco Tracterj Grp A Trans Mtn Trnns Cdn Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfj Wesleel Union Car Vrtston'i B Woodward's A Cdn Zenilh Elec BANKI Nova Scot 1 1 Royel Tor- Dom 6.65 72.75 15.75 36.00 it. 75 J7.50 37.00 37.00 T2-25 T2.25 XB.50 16.50 72 75 30.50 1775 20.50 'Will Canada gives icrong impression EDMONTON fCPi TndlLS- ry Minister Fred Peacock said Thursday that while in Europe ic found great willingness in the United Kingdom and Ger- many to invest in Canada, par- Jcularly in Alberta. j However, Canadians had In I nform Herman businessmen I and corporations of what AJber-1 ta had to offer. "At present, there appears to )e considerable misunderstand- he said. lie added that while in Ger many he was informed of a movie being shown entitled 'Will Canada This leff (he wronp rmpres sion of Canada and iLs oppor- unilies. "We need to do a iot of work i there Fulurp trade will go a Ions way (o solving this problem." BUMPER CFOP Oak trees produce bumper crops of acorns three or four years. WHO IS GETTING THE BENEFIT of your braini and obi lily you or your boss? If you would like to earn all thai you are worth write for appointment 10: BOX 7012 STATION "E" CALGARY CREDIT OFFICER REQUIRED BY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK Duties would comprise inierviewing applicanls for loans, analyzing and p recess ing credit applications and odmjnfj- wculd be desirable. Salary with qualified- tions. This is a perm an en I slafl appmnfmenl with Pension Only wrillen replies accepled 'in Srale experience and Address replies lo: The Manager, 205 PROFESSIONAL BLDG., 740 4th AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. CAREER OPPORTUNITY TOWN OF VALLEYVIEW Applications will be received by ihe undersigned until 5 p.m. Wednesday, July J2ln, 1972 for po- sition of Secretary Treasurer for ihe Town of Valley- view, Applicalions ore to be in slating O0e, ftx- perience, marital status, qualifications, salary expecled, etc., Municipal experience preferred. LOUIS L. DAMPHOUSSE SECRETARY TREASURER TOWN OF VALLEYVIEW BOX 270r VALLEYVIEW, ALTA. SUPER SAVERS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES! PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, JULY 8th CANADA CHOICE OR GOOD BABY BEEF CROSS RIB ROAST CANADA NO. 1 BUNCH RADISH or GREEN ONIONS Bunch KRAFT PARKAY Margarine 3 Ib. pkg. CANADA CHOICE OR GOOD BABY BEEF RUMP ROAST Bone In................... Ib. TOP VALU FLOUR ALLENS FRUIT DRINKS 3 Varieties.........48 fl. oz. tin Heinz Whole PLAIN DILLS SILK BATHROOM TISSUE Pkg Centre Village IGA Bakery PHONE 327-0353 BREAD White or brown. Raisin ;