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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stronger trend evident today MONTREAL (CP) Prices firmed in all seders in ligtil trading on the Montreal stock market today. Industrials iro 1.8-1 lo 218.03, utilities .23 to 159.97, banks .30 to 255.12, the compos- ite 1.37 lo 210.91 and papers .01 lo 88.21. Vetcro Industries lost Ha to SlB's, Texaco Canada lz to Rolhmans of Pall Mall 'i to Palconbritlge Nickel to Border Chemical -'i to and Consumers ss to On the Canadian Slock Ex- change, Ahcd Music was up Among CSE speculative min- ing issues, AIS resources lost 20 cents lo on a volume of shares, Williams Creek Gold Quartz Mining eight cents to 97 cents on shares and St. Lucie Exploration six cents to on shares. NEW YORK Stock market prices scored modest gains in moderate trading today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks rose 1.50 lo 902.22. Advances held a small lead over declines on Ihe New York Stock Exchange. At noon the Associated Press Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on Ihe Calgary livestock mar- to while Inland Chemical lost' BO-stock average rose .4 to 333.1 Vi lo i with industrials up .9, rails up .1 and utilities unchanged. Chemicals, farm implements mail order-retail and rubbers were up. All other stock cate- gories were mixed. Stocks of companies with inter ests in the Iraq Petroleum Co were weak following Iraq's na lionalization of tlie consortium ket to 11 a.m. included 750 cat- Mobile slipped lo Hoya lie and calves, mostly replace- Dutch fell 1V4 to and Stand menls ard Oil of New Jersey fell Hi to S73V4. Dome Mines was ahead establish 575 among Canadian issues on the NYSE, Inco was up Trade was active. 1 n sufficient slaughter cattle were marketed quotations. lo Closing prices Thursday. and Genstar added at t Choice'slaughter steers 37 Mclntyre Porcupine los 37.90, good 36 lo 37, medium t0 and Walker Gooder 32.50 to 36. ham was off Choice heifers 34 to 35, good 33 lo 34, medium 30 to 33. Good cows 28 to 29.25, medium 25.50 lo 28, canners and cutters 25 to 25.50 Good bulls 28 to 30 All clas cattle mei Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 37 lo 39. Good feed- er heifers 32 lo 34.50. Good stock cow's 26 to 29. Good stock Jun. I, 1975 _ THE IfTHBRIBGl HfHAlB Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson .Securities ol LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quoits) MINES Acme :alt Alb. Akaltcho Bralorna Broulen Bethlehem Brunswick Cas'sTar Central Pat. Chi mo Cwiwest Rambler Coin LaXe Cochenour era Igm mil Dlckenson Mines Denlson Mines. Deer Horn D'Eldona dome Mines Aldona Discovery Mines East Malartic East Sullivan Falcon bridge Frobex First fAaritimts Giant Y.K. Bovis. Grande 1.55 .65 7.J5 7.19 1.71 .73 .48 t.95 1.33 3KJO Q Chisko Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C, Exp Quebec Man Rayrrck Rio Algom P.om-r. Ccrp. SherrHt Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock TeH Corp. Texmont Upper Canada Western Mines Wright WlllToy Windfall Bear Zenmac JUS 41.00 H 1.12 ,78 90.50 15 J5 .PS 3.40 3.55 taves 1.25 IlliOO a.m. Q Dofasco Cable Ford of Am Grf Cdn Oil Gen Motors Grf Lakei Pp Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Huron" Erie Hlntm Walker Imp Ol! Imasca Int fJicKel Inl Pipe Inv Grp A Int Utll Ind Accept INDUSTRIALS Laurenlide 45 Kelly Doug IS Loeb Loblaw A Met Stew l.W as 72.SO o 35 R.L, Hol linger Hudson Bay fA-S 23.35 Hydra Fx 3.70 4.50 DO Bay trc Iso Joltel Quebec Key Anacon Labrador Lake Langis Silver Madsen R.L. Malarlk G.F. Martin MtNeely Mela Wiidrim Intern Mogul Nu West Hernes New Athona New Calumet W- Horse Copper Noranda Nwthqafi Norlex Afcan Afgoma Steel Atco Ind AUantlc Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazil Trac 8.C Tel Burns B.C. Fcrpst B.C. Sugar Bow Vat Ind CAE Ind Cdn Brew Cehmcelt Col Cell Calgary Coron Credit j C.W.N. Gas PFd 11.35 can Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn Vkkers Chrysler MasSfiY Fcrg McMillan aloe ii'iavi Moo7e CorP Molsons A AMfo 15.75 31.50 30.75 33.75 7.00 C.P.R. .19 Cominco Cons Bath 10.35 Cons Gas .H Dist Seagram; .3-1 Pom Bridge 7.if, Oomtar Dom Textile .11 Dome Pete Cl. LOW corp Shell CDA s Simp Sears Steel of Ctla Selkirk A S.m-i Texaco 2.05 Traders Grp A 74.75 Trans M1n Pp KS5 Trans Cda Pp Union Gas 17.25 Uniuii Oil 3.10 Versatile MFg Weslefll 31.25 Union Car Weslon's B 29.75 Woodward's A West Cdn Seed Zenith Elec BANKS 10.50 34.50 31.50 30.35 T5.SO 40.50 Can Imp Wonlreal Nova Scotia Royaf Tor- Dom S7.SO 1000 64, 50 4.35 7i.55 39.35 21.00 33 ?5 29.62'A 9.25 19. 62 13.12Va 7.00 4.35 7.87V1 19.25 1500 47.75 35.25 25-CO TD.50 8.25 25.00 28.00 40-iavi 33.50 21.00 51.50 16.25 23.50 14.00 42.00 5.75 7075 IB. 50 21.62'A 37.25 7.50 2.90 76 35.62W 33, 37 29.75 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, McCunig Limited) 1 15-busIiel asses of replacement el a good demand. UclllCJ IJUUUl aiiiioiincetl steer calves W to 45 with Hie odd sale higher, rjo hogs offered. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Fximonton: 29.85, average Thursday 29.54. Red Deer: 29.95, Thursday 29.51. Calgary: 29.95, average Thursday 29.50. Lethbridge: No sales, av- erage Thursday 29.73. Lloydminsler: No sales, av- erage Thursday 29.09. Grande Prairie: No sales, av- Thursday 28.62. Total hogs sold Aver- age 29.51. Sows average 23.40. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Thursday. .Ily 37.50N; Sep 35.75N; Nov 35.70 A. Wednesday's volume: Two contracts. WANTED FOR OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT Experienced Toolpushers Rig Mechanics Rig Electricians and Drillers for land and offshore operations. Two year single and married status, wMh excellent benefits and annual vacation jchcdufes. All above job categories and Derrickmen are afso required for Eastern Canadian Offshore Operation Southeastern Drilling Inc. 30-4 Royal Bonk Building Edmonton, Alberta Canada T5J 1W8 Tel. 429-5865 WINNIPEG (CP) A spec- ial 15-bushel delivery quota for barley was announced Wednes- day by the Canadian Wheat Board, Designated as the F quola for barley, it goes effect immediately and will terminate on June 23, 1972. Two other bariey quotas, the five-bushel C quota and the D quota also amounting to five bushels, will terminate June 9 and June 30 respectively. The special 15-bushel quota for barley is being introduced to bring increase producer de ivaries to country Producer deliveries of barley have not kept pace with rail shipments from country eleva- tors since the opening of navi- gation from Thunder Bay. C. W. Gibbings, commision- er of the wheat board, said that shipping orders have already been placed for every carload of barley currently available in country elevators in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Agra Industries Ltd., three cents June 30, record June 15. Canadian Imperial Bank nl Commerce, 20 cents Aug. 1 record June 30. Granby Mining Co. Ltd., li cents June 23, record June 9. National Trust Co. Lid., 25 cents July 3, record June 8. Pembina Pipeline Ltd., six per cent second pFd, series A 45 cents July 1, record June 16. a.m. OuolEEl WESTERN OILS Alminex 5.J! Alta East GAS 7.10 Asamera 18.3S Ash I BP Oil Gas Can Soyth Gas Cdn Hnmestd Cdn Ind Gn Oil Cdn Super Cdn Long Charter Chi e1 tan Dome Pen LAST BID OR SALE (11 ;M B.m. Quofej.) a.n Husky Oil War 4.JO Mutual Gr Inter Prov T3.3J Nat Res Inter Prov Efeef N Fir Raewood opens in new premises U.75 100 A.95 3.45 7.65 9.30 1 JO Gt 6.20 1J2 Gt Cdn OH Lodilel North Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place Gil Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Selbeni Total i, Ulster 1. W. Decalta 5. West Pele 9. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES AquAtaine 23 M Brlnco Cdn Pacific Inv Cygnus A Res MGF ManEqe Pacific Pefe Rainier SandweH Wesf Cdn White Yukon Westlielo' CALGARY Acroll ,53 i Baroos Oil .03V Madison .14 North Conf .02 West Warner .to PIPE LINE STOCKS 70.00 30.75 16.00 N W Gr Principal Gr Royfund Temp Gr United At. Universal Sa Vanguard Vent VANCOUVER MINES J.Si 64' 7-18 7 8S S 33 5.66 6-16 677 5.07 5.57 6.71 A.W 7.20 787 41? 609 S.39 ID.JO 11.51 BO B.57 Explor 1 03 .60 18.00 .8i' 9 45 Alia Nat Gas Inland Nat Gil N and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Gaz Metro i Trans Cda Trans Cda B Trans Cda A WC Trans 27-75 WC Trans Wls 9.40 MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com AM Cdn Olvid All Cdn Vent Bath Norse Brycoo Churchil Croyden Davenport Oankoe Dolly Varden A five-car showroom with carpeted floors and air condi- tioning is featured at the new Raewood Motors, local home for Volkswagens. The new location is two Blocks west of the former Raewood Motors, and is now at HOS 3rd Ave. S. The area of the parts room is four times that of the old build- ing, said Rae Goughnour, the business owner. Seven work bays, five with hoists, are in the back shop, and new. mod- ern equipm ent h as been ob- tained for belter service, There is an extra repair bay separate from the others for motor and transmission rebuild- ing. A paved lot on the east side of the building is to he used for new and used cars. Air entering the building Is kept at 70 degrees all year around, with automatic air ex- 17.37V, R T -75 GFanr 5.35 Granisl 45.00 Lomex 41.12'A Lytton B3.00 Primer a, .ss 1075 .3? 5.2S 9 30 9.05 1.93 .H 9.3? Valley Coppw 9.46 10.34 WC Res 8 Falcon Copper Gensfdr Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Pfd Hugh Russell Husky Oil 637V If, oo Cd S Col C Or F AGP SP Cdn Mutual w Infer Silver Standard VM Texmon! .53 Trojan 10.50 X.74 4.63 INDUSTRIALS 705 7.74 Block Bros 335 3.5S B.C. Sugar 5.09 5.58 B.C. Sugar Pld 6-93 7.61 Capt Inter 146? 16.12 Crest For Irvd Corp Invest 4.19 6.77 Columla Corp In St F 5-36 5.85 Key Indus! DrcyfUi F U.S. 13.73 15.05 Pacific !V i 1 Gr Jn Shares 4.10 -4.51 In1l f Gr Equily 7.84 8.61 OILS Invest Gr F 12.36 13.53 Albany Oil Invest Mutual 5 BA 6.41 plains Pele Mutual Ac 5.90 West Explor 7012V) 17.50 5.62'A 3.35 S.JO New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Secaritles of Cnna Mwilgooiery Ward ?6.B7' Beth sreel Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM Gulf Han STd Oil of 31 Gulf 31.50 Texas CO Mi00 Wlckes Corp Woolwork WJ.W westinghous 7S.B71A Slee! Gen Tel El 117.55 i Copper 22.63VJ 3D tndust 305.41 70 212W Up Vi? 10 Base Met 96.85 up 3-6 15 Oils 225.75 up 117.75 Vofume YORK AVERAGES 30 tndust 963.M Up 1.50 off .9? UtiOties 307.75 off .09 EASES 65 Stocks M3.90 off .H ;p -84 Volume TO SUBLET RETAEL SPACE-LETHBRIDGE Approx. 4800 sq. ft. located in heart of downtown Lethbridge business district ol 322 5lh St. S. (Alberta Available at once. For lease derails and information, write to SAAK Stores Limited, P.O. Box 9400, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 3C3. Phone (204) 284-7160. change every 20 minutes. A complete line o[ 16 models of Volkswagens is sold and ser- viced through Raewood Motors by the slaff of 13. The 1973 line of cars will be joined by the Audi, a new car just introduced into the United States two years ago, and by the Porsche. 1 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH I Certified Dental MecVianfc Capital Furniture Bldf. B PHONE 328-76B4MH Grain price review WOOD TO PAPER H lakes H? cords of wood lo produce a ton of newsprint. Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed prices moved slightly low- er at mid-session on the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange today, following a similar trend in Ihe Chicago soybean market. The rest of the market was down fractionally in a dull trade. Volume of trade Thursday was bushels of flax, REQUIRED Young experienced accountant with R.I.A or C.G.A. certification, required by large agricultural mfg. firm. Should pcmeis some knowledge of computer science and acjrkullure. ALBERTA RESIDENT PREFERRED Permanent position offering aood fuhjre. APPLY TO Lethbridge Canada Manpower Cen.re of rnpeseed and 000 of 176. MID-SESSION Flax: July 'i lower Oct. lower Nov. lower 2.75V4A: Dec. not open. Rnpeseed Vancouver: June lower Sep. life low- er 2.49HB; Nov. I lower 2.48T'fiA; Jan. lower 2.48'tA. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July lower 2.41 Oct. Us low- er Nov. -II lower 2.44% A; Dec. unchanged Oals: July unchanged Oct. unchanged TtHsA; Dec. not open. Barley: July unchanged 1.0S5BB; Oct. higher Dec. not open. Rye: .Inly unchanged 1.02A; j Oct. lower I.OlfsA; Dec. Is lower High w Close .-Flax Jly 275'i 275 275V4 Oct 276'i EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORSHIP available Tn tethbridge area for Internationally known line of welding equipment and supplies, air equipment, battery chargers, standby generators and other pro- ducts. Excellent volume and profit potential on small investment for responsible firm or individual with suc- cessful background, good credil rating and aggressive sales policy. For full particulars write M. J. Lncombe, 3312 54th St. N.W., Calgary, Alta. Bill Loran, Ihe new dealer ol Chinook 66, would like to thank all those customers who partici- pated in the grand opening draw The winner of the two Autopar Custom 82 While- wall tires was; Mr. Doug Sandberg, 2507 8th Avenue "A" North Lethbridge. Alberta FOR QUALITY PRODUCTS AND SERVICE CHINOOK 66 1205 Mayor Magrath Drive The "We Care" People SALESMEN! Our Strength Can Be Your Good Fortune! Because we hove been able to offer a multiple product line our year after year, hcu been dynamrc. As o result, our salesmen hove been able to earn incomei for above the average for allied fields. An opening now exisls in Ihij area ior a career lolesmnn with an eye toward broader horizons, H you qualify, you can cxpecl to on ever-expanding sales potenlial because you hove people to see, and more imporfant, a comprehensive product line to jell. Here are five more reasons why if will be worth your time Jo find out about a sales career with our company; 1. Immediate earnings from to ST.OOO a mnlh. 1. First year over 3. Complete training program at company expense, 4. Product backed by exleniive national adverlising, Jn- eloding TV, Radio, Newspapers and Magazines. 5. leader io i1i field in Ihe insurance induslry. Please reply, giving age and experfence, to BOX 85 IETHBRIDGE HERALO Kov Dec Rapesenrl Vancouver Jim 248 W 247'.i Scp 249'a Nov 250 Jan----------------- Raposeod Tlnmilcr Ba Jly 242 Ort 243 Nov Dec Oats Jly Oct Dec Barley Jly Ocf Dec Rye Jly' Oct 1IM Dec J02'.-j 242-% 244 3, 245', 245 !z Ift2 101' SSU 11114 111 102 102 BEAUTIFUL 4 LEVEL SPLIT HOME located on quiet cul-de-sac. 4 large bedrooms, family room with open fireplace, L-shaped living room and dining room, kHchen wilh eating oreo, baths, Brcodloom throughout. Yard is landscaped and fenced. See at 2205 26 St. "A" South. For Appointment Phone 328-2651 or 327-0861 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR BULK PLANT AGENTS Pacific Pelroleums Ltd. requires BULK PLANT AGENTS in Lethbridge and Cardsfon, Alberla. The successful applicanls will enjoy the advantages of operating their own businesses, plus the bene- fits of extensive support from a large, progressive petroleum company. Pacific Bulk Plant Agents profit directly from their own efforts. Previous experience in this field would be an advantage, but all applications wfll be considered. Some capital required. Phone or write: Mr. Les Box 6666, Calgary. 268-6479 They recycle. That's why! It's the real thing. Coke. ;