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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD flidoy, July 14, 1977-------- Gains erased TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto stock market dipped frac- tionally lower in quiet miil- snorning trading today, minor gains recorded during Hie j opening minutes of the session. I The industrial index dropped .01 to 200.G9 and base met ills .2-1 to 92.05. Golds were up .09 lo 20.69 nnd western oils .OB lo 237.08. Volume by II a.m. was lhares, up from at the time Thursday. Despite the general decline, advances held a slim lead over declines, 97 to 89, with 175 is- sues unchanged. Industrial mining, real estate trust and loan, oil refining and food processing issues drifted fractionally lower while bank- ing, beverage, steel, utility and general manufacturing stocks remained strong. Falconbridge was down 1 to International Utilities fit Peoples Deparlmcnt Stores lo Rio Algom '2 to 521 and Bethlehem Vi to ?183i. Shell Canada dropped to Giant Mascot 10 cents to Pan Ocean 'i to 510'j and Ranger to S193s. Selkirk Holdings A was up 1 to 524, Electrohome Vj to 517, Alliance Building lo 57, 1-ia- ci'r i lo ?Wi, Alminox 10 ccnls lo and Shiilly's Industries MONTREAL (CP) Banks roso slmngly bill prices fell in all oilier sectors in light trading today. On index, industrials lost .25 lo 219.411, ulilities 02 to 150.83, the composite .00 lo 208.45 and papers .02 lo CO.22. Banks rose .03 lo 25-1.21. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges was shares, compared with 614.300 at the same time Thursday. On Ihc Montreal exchange, Falconbridge Nickel lost 1 lo Shenrin-Williams -11 lo S17, International Utililies 5i to Shell Canada '-2 lo S4G, Canada Dominion Sugar !a lo Ivaco 'i lo and Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Line 3i to S23'i. Placer rose -Ti to La Vcrcndryc !i to Dofasco to S2G'.B. Steel Co. of Canada lo f34, Royal Bank Vi to S32H, Dominion Textile '.'i lo and Pipe Line '.i to 5291.1. NEW YORK (AP) Prices turned marginally higher on Ihc stock market today, inierrupl- ing a five-Kession losing streak. Ti'iiciing was slow. Among Canadians, Inco was down '.i to Canadian Pa- cific 3ii lo SKi'n, Alcan 'i and Dome Mines Distillers Seagrams ad- vanced 't to and Mclntyrc Hi lo 561. On the American Slock Ex- change, Preston dropped lo 510'j and Canadian Marconi 13 cents to ?4.63. Brascan was up '.i (o and Scurry-Rainbow U to Taber Livestock TABER Due to the busy season the number of cattle were low. However, prices re- mained fairly steady. Cows were down 1.00 compared with last week. Feeder steers steady. There were no feeder heifers offered. Hogs were steady lo just a little lower. Good cows, 24 to 24.CO; fair to medium, 23 lo 23.90. Heiferettes, 2G.20 to 28.80. Bulls, 25.30 to 26.10. Good yearling feeder steers over 750 pounds, 36 to 2G. fair to medium, 35 lo 35.90. Weaner hogs, 14.50 to 21. Heavy feeders, 38 to 47. Beef futures WINNIPEG beef futures at close Thursday: Jly 36.BOA; Sept. 35.20N; Nov 34.85N. Wednesday's volume: Two contracts. Fairfield Appliances and TV Sales Ltd. Now located in COLLEGE MALL and 1242 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Continues "their FIRST EVER" c t Enter Our Free Draw for 3 Weaner Piglets NO DOWN PAYMENT No payments for 6 months, and semi-annual payments to continue. WE WILL TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE! Featuring MOTOROLA Quasar PORTABLE AND CONSOLE COLOR TELEVISION with INSTA-MATIC COLOR TUNING -K i Don't rniss this opportunity to purchase the finest in color television during our Farmers and Ranchers Sale at FAIRFIELD APPLIANCES AND TV SALES LTD. NOW LOCATED IN COLLEGE MALL AND 1242 3rd AVENUE SOUTH our many othor fine sokclions from SANYO, ADMIRAL, TOSHIBA, HITACHI, and many, many morol -b -P Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohrrty. McCunig Limited) LAST CID OK SALE fl.m. Ouoles) ?.m. a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almincx 25.25 27.50 -LEO .1.95 11.75 U CO 3D. 62V: 31.00 17.35 Cdn Con All Cdn Divid All Con Vent Gr F 0.29 7.06 9.15 10.01 4.22 4.61 6.SB 7-23 Bailey Copper WC Res .us INDUSTRIALS Block Bros 3.50 B.C. Sugar AGF 5pi Cdn In Fund Col Mulual Cmnw Inler Cmnw Lev Corp Invest Corp In 51 F 5.15 5.63 Dreyfus F U.S. 12.BB 14.12 Gr in Shares J.16 -1.58 Gr Equity 7.95 8.73 Invest Gr F 12-32 13.47 5.0-1 5.52 6.73 7.39 15.76 3.86 4 24 6.07 6.43 B.C. Sugar Capt Inler Crest For Ind Hy5 Columbia Brew Key Pacific West Air Stampede Inll Res OILS Albany Oil Plains Pole West Explor Pfd 15.50 A 30 3.P5 3.70 3.50 Grain prices WINNIPEG (CP) Rapcsccd was Lwo cents lower al mid- session on Ihc Winnipeg Grain Exchange on commission house selling. Flax was unchanged to higher in a quiet trade. Rye u'ns fractionally lower on some inter month spreading and hedge selling. Oats and barley were feature- less. Min.snsiiioN FLAX: July unchanged Oct. higher 2.94KB; Nov. higher 2.92B; Dec. un- changed 2.861J. Rapcsccd Vancouver: Sep. lower Nov. 2 lower Jan. 2 lower 2.50'XiB; March 2 lower 2.5GA. Rapcseed Thunder Bay: July F-.'i lower Oct. Hi lower 2.40; Nov. I'.'i lower Dee. 2Vi lower 2.39. Oats: July higher 7JA; un- changed Dec. 14 lower 72B. Barley: July higher Oct. unchanged 1.15A; Dec. higher I.14V4B. Rye: July 1 lower 1.03A; Oct. '.i lower 1.0456; Dec. lower 1.03'iA. WINNIPEG fCP) Grain quotes Thursday (basis Lake- York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Secnrilles of Canada) Amr T ond T Jl.E7V'z Scars 30 Golds 210.7? un 12 Anpconda 16.25 std Oil of N.J. 10 Base Wet 91 97 off 32 Beth Slcel Texas Gull IU.7S 15 w Oil! 237.31 up .31 Chrysler 2J.75 Texas Co Volume Comsat 53.75 Wickes Corp 3S 50 Duponl 160.00 Woolworlh 33'.50 "EW YORK AVERAGES C-M 73.50 Weslinghouse Elec 50.00 30 Indus! 92003 uo 309 Calf U.S. Sleel 2900 20 Rails 227.91 up 1.70 TORONTO AVERAGES U Monlgomery Ward 20 Indusl 200.39 of I .31 Volume Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m., 450 head, most- ly replacements and cows. Trade was strong and active. A few slaughter steers and heifers were steady with Thurs- day's close and cows and bulls were steady. Good to choice slaughter steers 34 to 35.40, medium 32 to 33.50. Choice heifers 32 lo 32.50, good 30.75 to 31.75, medi- um 29 to 30.50. Good cows 26 to 27, rnelium 24 to 25.50, can- ners and cullers 19 to 23.50. Good bulls 27 to 30. Replacements were mostly fleshy steers in the 800 to 900 Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta hog producers marketing board: Edmonton, 34; average Thursday 34.69. Red Deer, 33.50; average Thursday, 34.69. Calgary, ro sales; av- erage Thursday, 34.83. Lethbridge, no sales; aver- age Thursday, 34.43. Lloydminster, no sales; av- erage Thursday, 34.47. Fort Macleod, no sales; av- erage Thursday, 34.93. Grande Prairie, no sales; av- erage Thursday, 33.72. Total hogs sold Thursday, 242. Average 34.68. Sows average, 24.20. HOPES FADE ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) Hope of finding three miss- ing Japanese women climbers alive on Mt. McKinley faded Thursday as weather closed in on the peak, prevent- ing a further aerial search. Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. APPOINTMENT ROY CLELAND Schwartz Agcnciei (1972) Ird. I oro pleased to announce iho op- I poinlmcnt of Roy Clcland as ono of our rcprcscntolives, Roy prnvicuily sold fnrm mn- cliincry in Ihc nroa ond is well known in sporl- incj tspcciolly in curling, minor hockey and I ill In I pa gun baseball. Ho Is rharriod with a fnrnily of 3 children. Ho invitoi oil his many friends onrl polonlinl cuilnmrrs to ron- Inr.l liirn for nny of thnir rrnlly nnffli. Phono him now nt 328-3331 or at hi> rftiidonco 327-6335. pound range and yearling heif- ers 600 to 650 pounds. Good stock calves were in short sup- ply. All classes and grades steady. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds, 34 lo 37.10, less Uian 750 pounds 38 to 40. Good feeder heifers 575 pounds and up 31 50 to 34.20, with sales to 36. Good stock and feeder cows 23 to 28. Good stock steer calves 40 to 5 with the odd one less than 400 pounds to 55. Good stock heifer calves 35 to 38 with some under 400 pounds to 57, No hogs offered. High Flax Jly 292H Oct 207-nj Nov 293 Dec 2D3 Low Close 200 Vz 204 29114 28GVl 294% 291 Vz IJancsecd Vancouver Sep 261 Nov 2C214 2CO Jan 2COI-B Mar Rapesccd Thllndp.r Bay 258 Jly 24fl Oct 252 Nov 252'i Dec 243Vi Oats Jly 71 Oct 72Vi Dec Barley .fly Oct Dec Rvc Jly" Oct Dec 115 1057a 106 251 241 114 104 105 1033i S50H 251 2-11H 70-'8 12V, 112% 115 114 104 105'j 104 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture I PHONE Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied Dy Richardson Securities of Canada) A.m. Quotes) LAST HID OR SALE a.m. Ouolcs) (moo a.m. Quoin) Ale, 21.00 31.75 c.oo 4.25 7.25 1.95 23.00 1.60 Algoma Steel Alco Ind Atlantic Sugar Agrn Ind Dell Tel Brazil Trnc D.C. Tel Bruns B.C. Forest B C. Sugar nnw Val Ind CAE Ind Chemccll Cdn Brew Col Cellulose Calgary Paw Coron CreilU ,.w C.W.N. Gas Ptd 11 Oil Cdn Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckcrs Chrysler C.P.R, Comlnco Cons Bath Cons Gas Disi Seagrams Dem Bridge Domlar Dam Tex Dom Storos Dome Pele Dofasco Cattle Ford of Am Grl Cdn OH Gen Motors Grl Lakes Pp Gulf oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hur Erie Hiram Waikcr Imp Oil Kelly Doug A Loeb 20.25 Loblaw A Met Slorrs Maiiey f-erg McMillan 13.75 Mcore Corp M-.-lLons A !1 00 Molsons B North Cent Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gro A Int Ulll Ind Accepl Laurenlide Corp Price Co Rolnmans St. Law Corp Shell CDA Simpson's Simpson Senrs Steel of Cda Selkirk A TBHBCO Traders Gr A Trans Mln Pp Trans Cdn Pp 12.35 Union Giis 29 25 Union Oil Versatile Mfg 26.37V3 WE si eel 13.50 Union Car Weston's B 36.12Va Woodward's A 29.50 West Cdn Seed Zcnilh Elec 31.25 BANKS Cnn Imo ]7'.'i Nova Scolla Royal Tor-Dom MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akailcho 21.J5 Bralorne A 50 Broulnn Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. 24.53 Cflssiar J9F7Va Central Pat. 7.00 A.75 7.CO 31.12V3 37va "0 50 B.25 52.75 21.00 15.50 J8.5D 3.1.00 71.00 50.50 16.25 33.25 12 Vi Cralgmon! Dlckcnson Mlnei Deniscn Mines D'Cldona Dome Mines Discovery East Mfilorllc East sullivan Falconbrldge Frobcx First Mnrlllmei fMnnt Y.K. Bo vis Cranduc Headway R.L. Holllnger Hurfsnn Day M-5 Hydra Ex. Ircn Boy ISO Joliet Quebec Kcrr Add-on Key Anacon Labrador Lake Sliore Madsen R.L Mal.-irllc G.F. Miarlln McNeety Ma-rlntyre 1.19 2. BO 31 00 M 75.00 .50 80 2400 20.75 60.10 15.75 Inlcrn Mogul Nu West Homes New Calumel W. H-rsa Copper 32.25 Nor.inda 31 Norfhnafa Horlcv .36 OsisUo Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Txp. Rfidiore Rio Algom 3.10 1.55 .42 705 3, CO 1 ZR Ccrp. .55 B05 2.05 3.55 5.50 4000 20.00 .21 1.00 .27 1.25 .21 40.00 3.4n 1.02 .im 53.00 .15Vi 9.37Vi .23 30.00 3.M .25 30.75 27.75 9.00 X3.75 19.M Chir Conwesl Cons. Ramblei Coin Lake i CKhcnour 1.13 1.52 SherriM Gordon i Rrck Tck Corn. Uopcr Canada Western Mines Wricjhl Harnreaves 1.15 Willroy 1.15 Yellowknife Bear 425 5.05 2.49 3.30 GAS CLEARED I PORT ALICE, EC. (CP) The Hayonier (Canada) Lld.f Pulp Mill is expected to be back j in full production today follow-1 ing Wednesday night's chlorine! gas leak that forced evacuo-j tion of about 170 persons and! sent seven persons to hospital! for treatment of gas inhalation. I The seven were later released.! The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE OPnCAl PflESCRIPTlQN SALESMAN REQUIRED National company requires talesman to cover Lelh- bridge and surrounding area. We offer salary plus bonus, company car, fell travel expenses plus normal fringe benefits. The man we need will have previous selling experi- ence in calling on relail grocery, variety or drug trade. Phone Keith Hunt at the Marquis Hotel 327-3191 Thursday or Friday, July 13 and 14 or Write 15704 77A Ave. Edmonton, Alberta DATSUH 510: all the no-cost extras you really need. -to When you buy a Dalsun, you're getting the whole machine. You don't need any "optional packages" or "trim Dalsun offers 62 carefully planned extra features- give you more car for your dollar. You get the front disc brakes you need for short, straight stops. The safety collapsible steering column you need for positive peace sophisticated independent rear sus- pension you need for a smooth, well-controlled ride. The electric rear window defroster. The slickest four-on-the-floor you could ask for. (Or, at optional extra cost, Nissan's three-speed automatic. Engineered specilically for Datsun modi lied from something Also the flow-through ventilation. More. A staunch, free-rewing overhead cam engine. Tinted glass. Carpels and arm rests. Lighter and ashtrays. Whilewalls. The works. And more. Dalsun gives you one more no-cost extra that no othor car can offer at any price: a siring of rally victories lhal is unmalched in Canada. That may be even more lhan you need. But the price is right. Road leal Ihc rally champ al your Dalsun dealer's now. DATSUN Rallyoii really need There arc more than 1200 Dalsun Dealers across Canada and the United States. ;