Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
W.ine.dnr, July 19, 1972 THE LFTHBHID6E HERALD 19 Gold issues lag behind gainers TORONTO (CP) Gold Is- sues remained fractionally lower in mid-morning trading on the Toronto slock market while prices in other major sec- tors scored strong gains in mod- erate trading. The industrial index was ahead .93 to 201.14, western oils 1.64 to 234.00 and base metals M to 91.02. Golds were down 2.09 lo 210.38. Volume by 11 a.m. was 49B.OOO shares, down from at the same time Tuesday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 115 to 70 with 195 issues unchanged. Banking, oil refining, steel, real estate, chemical and gen- eral manufacturing, issues scored moderate advances while beverage, communication and paper and forest slocks re- mained lower. Occidental Pete rose -U to Rank Organization ?1 lo 525, Imperial OU to Tara lo Pan Ocean five cents to S9.95 and Gulf Oil '.'2 to Peoples Department Stores gained Vz lo Ronalds-Fed- erated Vs lo Bank of Nova Scotia YJ to and Bell to Falconbridge was down V2 to Interprovincial Pipe Line lo Gibraltar 10 cenls lo and Bushnell 14 lo STO. MONTREAL (CP) Prices were higher in all sectors ex- cept papers in light morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. On index, Industrials ad- vanced 1.88 to 215.41, Utilities .57 to 150.03, banks .93 to 255.G6 and the composite 1.52 to 200.72 while papers declined .40 to 80.48. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same lime Tues- day. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, International Utilities advanced to WA, Imperial Oil to Peoples Stores 1 to Pacific Petroleum to Hudson. Bay Oil to Royal Trust to ?39Vz and Massey-Ferguson V4 to 515. In MSB declines, Falcon- bridge Nickel fell to Mi- crosystems to and MacMillan-Bloedel to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, Belgium Standard gained M. to 510, Berncam Inter- national Industries 14 to and S. and L. Diversified to Among CSE speculative min- ing shares, Fallinger gained 12 cents lo on a volume of shares traded. NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices were buoyed today by reports of the resump- lion of secret peace talks in Paris. Trading was moderate. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 7.45 to 919.18. An hour earlier it had been ahead 10 points. Advancing issues on the New York Stock Exchange had a margin of more than 2 to 1 over declining stocks. The NYSE index of more than common stocks was up .39 to 58.84, and the price-change index of the American Stock Exchange rose .08 to 26.83. Bausch and Lomh was off fo although it reported strongly improved earnings for the second quarter. Liggett and Myers was down 6 to after reporting that it expected a decline in first-half earnings but an advance in sales. RCA Corp., which reported record earnings in the second quarter, was ahead to Among Canadians, Massey- Ferguson was up to Canadian Pacific !'a to and Hudson Bay Mining to Dome Mines lost Vt to Mc- Intyre to and Walker- Gooderham to Airlines seal rear doors to discourage hijackers NEW YORK (AP) Trans World Airlines, American Air- lines and Branift Airlines report they have sealed the rear exit doors on their Boeing 727 pas- senger planes to discourage po- tential hijackings, but a survey Tuesday indicated other airlines were uncertain whether to fol- low the lead. Last Friday in Dallas, Braniff announced the closing of its 727 ventral stairways which, a Branift spokesman said, were "the only possible exit for a man parachuting out of a 727." TWA said on Monday it has permanently sealed the rear doors on all 72 of its 727s "for good, and there is no way any- one can get out that way." Following suit on Tuesday was American Airlines, with a spokesman announcing the al- ien ng of the rear doors on all 100 of its 727 fleet adding: "H is the only way a potential hi- jacker could parachute. If he jumped from the side door, he'd be swept into the Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures at close Tuesday: Jly 37.10A; Sep 35.20N; Nov 34.50B. Monday's volume: 16 con- tracts. WIFE CUTS UP NUERNBERG, West Ger- many (Reuter) A 34-year-old housewife told police she sawed her husband's body into small pieces after killing him in a fit of jealousy, a police spokesman said Monday. Police have re- covered all the parts of the body except the head. FLAX GROWERS The Canadian Wheal Board has issued a special quota to Diversified Crops Ltd. permilling "YOU" to deliver up fo 20 bushels per acre against your reg- ular Flax quola. Take this oppor unity lo deliver up to a total of 20 bushe s per regu ar quo a acre to Diversified Crops at the Canadian Government Elevator, Lollibridge. CONDITIONS OF DELIVERY 1. Your Permit Book must accompany each delivery. 7. Deliveries mus be made by Friday, July 28, 1972 3. You can sell a Broadcast price any lime following de ivery by no ifying Diversified Crops Ltd. Tele- phone 245-1223, Calgary or 429-7375, Edmon- ton or telex 037-3383. Following selling ins.ructions. a cash ticket will immcdialcly be mailed to you. A. Flax delivered does no have lo be sold this crop year. 5. Free slorage From day of delivery unlil day you elect o soil. No arrangements required just de- liver 8 a.ni. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday Flax conlrac.s are nlill available for the new crop year. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL JIM HARR1MAN, DIVERSIFIED CROPS LIMITED CALGARY 245-1223 B.C. vote 5 per cent closer VICTORIA Co-1 umbia apparently moved clos- er lo a provincial general elec- Lion Tuesday, but it is difficult to say just how much closer. Premier W. A. C. Bennett said in an interview that there now is an 85 per cent chance of an election this year. A month ago, the Social Credit premier said the chance was 75 per cent, and last week he said the chance was 80 per cent. LlVeStOckl Miscellaneous quotations report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipt on the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m. totalled head, mostly slaughter cattle. Trade was active with selec- tive buying, especially on steers and heifers. Slaughter steers were un- evenly steady to 25 cents lower but an offering of choice charo- lais steers sold 35.90 to 36; over finished steers were dis- counted up to Heifers were 50 cents lower with heavy kinds discounted; cows were 50 cents lower; in- sufficient bulls to establish a market. Choice slaughter steers 35 to 35.50, good 34 to 34.75, medium 32 to 33.50. Choice heifers 31.75 to 32.25, good 38.75 to 41.75, medium 29 lo 30.50. Good cows 26 to 27, medium 24 to 25.50, canners and cutters 19 to 23.50. Replacement cattle were in short supply with most of the offering fleshy, short keep steers selected from the slaughter market. They sold steady. No stock calves offer- ed. Good feeder steers, more than 750 pounds, 34 lo 37. Hogs base price, 34.25. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain Grata quotes Tuesday (basis lllgh Low Close Flax Jly 294% 293% Oct 297'A 297% Nov 295Vs 293Vs 294 Dec 289 Rapcsecd Vancouver Sep 252% 249 Nov 249 249 Jan 252 248'.i Mar 247 Rapcseed Thunder Bay Jly 240 236% Oct 244 240 240% Nov 241% Dec 231% 234% Oats Jly 71 Oct 72 72'i Dec 72% Barley Jly Oct 114% 11414 Dec 114% 114% Rye Jly 102 101% lOlli Oct 103 Dec 102 101 101 Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board- Edmonton 34.25. Average Tuesday 34.61. Bed Deer 33.75. Average Tuesday 34.15. Calgary 34.25. Average Tues- day 31.24. Lethbridge no sales. Average Tuesday 34.34. Lloydminster no sales. Aver- age Tuesday 33.90. Grande Prairie no sales. Av- erage Tuesday 33.57. Fairview no sales today or Tuesday. Total hogs sold Tuesday Average 34.40. Sows average 24.25. Indian graves accord reached EDMONTON (CP) An agreement on the relocation ol Indian graves in the Luke Ab- raham urea has liccn reached by the Alberta government and Stony Indian Band. Tlie graves will be Inundated when the reservoir fills behind the Bighorn Dam, creating the lake 110 miles west of Rod Deer. Environment minister Hill Yurko said in ?as Nat Gas I r Gas C B Pfd c Trans Trnas Cda Pipe W Fin R5 N W Gr Principal Gr 'nc Roylund ,e Temp Gr O? 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Sugar Pld Capl Inter 5.01 5..1.1 Crestbrook F Ind J.61 7.31 Hys 14.25 Columbia Brew Cmnw Lev 3.P..1 i.li Key Indusl Corn InveM t, 01 fi.fio Pacific West Air rcro In St F 5.17 5.59 Slampede (nil Res Dreyfus F U.S. 12.77 OILS Shares 4.U 4.57 Albany Oil 5.21 rol Miilnal Inter U.17Vj Cmnw Lev 10.S1 17 on 3.7.1 21.121'j 15.50 4.40 3.B5 3.30 3.5D .45 23.00 76 8.61 Plains 12.24 13.3B Weslern Explor Toronto industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities ol Canada) LAST DID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) B.m. Ouoles) a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akallcho Bralorne Broulen Bethlehem Brunswick Casolar Cenlrsl Pal. Chirr? Conwcst Cons Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cralgmonf Dick Mines Denison Mines DBRT Horn D'Eldona Dn Mines Dsicover East MaMrile East Sullivan Falconbridge Fro her First Marl Giant Y.K. Bovts Headway R-L. Holllnger Hudson Bay MS Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Jcliet Kerr Addlson Kev Anaccn Labrador Lake Shore Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. Marlln McNeeJy Mnclnfyre Meta Midrim Inlern Mogul Nu West Homes New Olumet While Horse Norands NorHigate Norlex Osisko Pina Point .34 1.55 M 2.05 .33 IB !S Cl fi.OO 32.00 M JO 2.-M1 .30 .55 B.IO 2.2" 39.00 .21 Placer Dev. Quebec Men Rayrock Radlore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherrilf Gordon Silver Miller steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmonf Upper Cdn West Mines Wrlqhf Har. Wlllroy Windfall Yellowknlfe Bear Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Abllibl Alcan 5C Algoma Steel Aico Ind Allantlc Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazil Tree B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Val Ind CAE Ind Cdn Brew Col Cell Calgery Pow Credit 40.00 .11 1.06 .26 20.12'A 7.50 1.G5 14.3716 4.iD .43 2.66 3.15 1.20 1.15 .11 4.15 .13 11 75 1350 21 "l2Vz 21 12Va T95 2512W 65 3.J5 .60 .90 .12 51.25 .11 .15 9.00 i. 40 !.JO ,37'A C.W.N. Gas PTd 11.25 Cdn Ind Cdn Marccnl Cdn Vickers Chrysler C.P.R. Cominco Cons Bafh Cons Gas Cypnus Pfd Dist Seagrams Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pele Dofnsco Cable 1075 59'rfl 1550 1250 3125 Grt Cdn Oil Gen Motors GM. Lakes Pp Gulf oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hur Erie Hiram Walker Imp OM Imasca Int Nickel In! Pp Inv Gro A Int Util tnd Accept Laurenlide Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Mel Slores Massev Ferg McrAillen Moore Corp Wolsons A Molsons B Norih Power Corp Price Co Rolhmans Salada Foods 5'- Law CorP Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Seflrs Steel of Cda SclklrK A Traders Grp A Winf Pp Trans Cda Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Westeel Union Car Weslon's B Woodward's A West Cdn Seed Elec BANKS Cdn Imp Montreal Wova scolla Royal Tor-Dom 6.85 71.50 15.75 13.37Vj 27.00 4.40 28.00 44.25 24.00 30.25 29.12'A 43.25 17.OT 7.25 4 35 7.00 20.75 15.00 35.50 27.JO J7.00 11.75 9.00 23.CO 4.75 45.00 25.75 33.50 -U.37V1 13.50 42.50 600 19.75 17.3 S2.50 2fl.2S 105 33.DO 32.1 2'A New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and T Anaconda Beth Sleel Chrysler Duponl GM Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Copper Sears Std Oil of N.J. Gulf Texas Co Wickes Corp 163.-12VZ Woolworth 7350 24.15 7fi.OO 30 Golds 216.20 off 2.27 17.1W] 10 Base Met 91 .IB op .30 31.S7Vz 15 W Oils 234.40 Up 2.M 34.75 Volume ________ YORK AVERAGES WesNnghouse Elec 30 Indusf 921.73 up 10.01 U.S. StfPl 29.12V! 20 Rails 22B.PS up J.01 31.50 Gen T and E 15 Ulilllies 104.63 up .13 21.62Vi TORONTO AVERAGES 6S Stocks 305.54 up 2.4B 104.50 20 Indust 201.83 up 1.62 Volume Maudling move signals shuffle LONDON (Renter) A major cabinet reshuffle appears inevitable, following the resig- nation Tuesday of the govern- ment's No. 2 man, Home Secre- tary Reginald Maudling. Maudling, stepped down to clear the way for police investi- gations into allegations of fraud arising from bankruptcy hear- ings concerning a prominent ar- chitect. Stepping into his shoes is Rob- ert Cart, the lord president of the council and leader of the House of Commons. Carr takes on the task in addition to his present duties. Observers said a cabinet reshuffle appears to be certain in the near future. Maudling's departure was a major blow lo Prime Minister Edward Heath, who is losing his most experienced cabinet minis- ter and one who has been in- onsely loyal to his policies since losing a battle against Heath for the party leadership. The events leading to Maud- ling's resignation began when the home secretary's name was mentioned in a recent bank- ruptcy case involving n leading architect, John Poulson. TOOK CHAIRMANSHIP While Ihe Conservatives were in opposition some years ago, Maudling accepled the chair- manship of one. of Poulson's companies. Although Maudling received no payment for this, Poulson undertook to pay a large sum to a charity for which Mrs. Hand- ling was raising funds. The director of public pros- ecutions, Sir Norman Skelhorn, has directed the police to make inquiries into Poulson's conduct and affairs. While there was no reason to expect that Maudling would be implicated in any possible pros- ecutions, the fact that as home secretary he had titular respon- sibility for the police force made it difficult for him to con- tinue in office and face possible police questioning. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Hollingcr Mines Lid., 40 cents AUR. 31, record Aug. 3. Kcw.inec Oil Co. Ltd., cents U.S.) Sept. II, recore Aug. 25. Northern Natural Gas Co., cents (U.S.) Sept. 20, record Sept. n. Phillips Petroleum Co., cents U.S.) Sept. 1, recore Aug. 4. MOST FAI1M Almost 90 per cent of the Al- banian population is engaged in agriculture. NW INVESTMENTS LTD. NW EQUITY FUND LTD. NW GROWTH FUND LTD. NW FINANCIAL FUND LTD. 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