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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 7, 1971 - THI ICTHMIDOt HRAID - 17 IU SIXass x n\\\(i; Market continues downward trend TORONTO (CP) - Prices on the Toronto stock market drifted fractionally lower in moderate mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials dropped .25 to 179.70, and western oils .06 to 217.26. Golds rose .72 to 172.94 and base metals .46 to 94.63. Volume at 11 a.m. was 625,000 shares, down from 689,000 at the sume timeFriday. Advances held a narrow margin over declines, 92 to 83, with 173 issues unchanged. Weakest sectors were banks, oil refining, merchandising and communications. Trust and loan, beverage and food processing issues moved fractionally higher. OSF Industries dropped Vz to %5Vs, Alcan % to $23%, Great West Life V* to $43% and Thomson Newspapers Vt to $28�a. Imperial Oil lost V* to $23%, Home A 'A to $30%, CPR V* to $63% and Great Plains % to $32%. White Pass and Yukon climbed % to $13%, Weston % to $18, Price V* to $8% and Northgate % to %WU. Sherritt rose Vi to $17%, Scurry-Rainbow % to $21%, Centra] Del Rio % to $13%, Inco V* to $37% and Toronto Dominion Bank VC to $25%. MONTREAL (CP) - Papers was the only sector to show slight gains in sluggish morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 380,800 shares, compared with 598,300 at the same time Friday. The banks index dropped .43 to 207.05, the composite.08 to 178.63 and industrials .05 to 180.86. Papers rose .71 to 85.13 and utilities remained unchanged at 152.67. Highlighting gains, Velcro Industries rose % to $19'/4, Consumers Gas % to $21, CIL % to $13% and Cominco % to $23. Westburne International Industries fell % to $11%, Nor-anda % to $35%, TransCanada Pipelines % to $63 and Alcan % to $23%. NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market advance moved into its sixth consecutive session today in moderately active trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials showed a slight gain of 0.63 at 922.19. Among Canadians, Walker was up % at $36%, Inco % at $37 and Massey % at $37. Mc-Intyre was off 3 at $131%, Distillers % at $54%, Alcan % at $23%, and Hudson Bay % at $20%. On the American exchange Scurry was up % at $21. Javelin was off % at $13%, Jupiter % at $e% and Molybdenite % at $3.13. Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) - All commodities except oats and barley were on a lower price pattern with heavy hedge offers and some commission house selling at mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Flax and rapeseed showed good exporter buying interest on a scale-down pattern. Declines in oilseeds were fractional to 2% cents. Oats and barley had good domestic shipper trade, buying for eastern feeders. Rye had some local and commission house trade on heavy hedge offerings. Friday's volume of trade was 856,000 bushels of flax, 2,-480,000 of rapeseed, 609,000 of rye. By Gone Fawcetto A NEW TELEVISION SYSTEM LETS THE VIEWER SELECT ANY OF 12 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES TO GO WITH THE PICTURES. BY THE FLICK OF A SWITCH, FUTURE INTERNATIONAL NEWS, EDUCATION AND SPORTS COULD BE HEARD INTHE LANGUAGE OF THE VIEWERS CHOICE... COULOMPOUtlSP WSSOFQiMUTVS ft fvftHar Information itnd stamp**1. - Mtf-ooamiud nv.lopn to NIWI �/. Coras* WMo, 345 St. Jam*. SttMt W, Montrool 120, Canada. Export clearances of Canadian wheat Friday included 1,-037,000 bushels to Iraq, 392,000 to Italy. Mid-session prices Flax: July 1% lower 2.46%, Oct. 2% lower 2.48%, Nov. 2% lower 2.47A, Dec. 1% lower 2.45%. Rapeseed Vancouver: July unchanged 2.78%, Sept. 1% lower 2.76%, Nov. 4% lower 2.67. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: June 2% lower 2.74%, Oct. 2% lower 2.69%, Dec. 2% lower 2.59%. Oats: July unchanged 76, Oct. unchanged 75%A, Dec. not open. Barley: July unchanged 1.19%, Oct. unchanged 1.14%A, Dec. unchanged 1.13%A. Rye: July 1% lower 1.11B, Oct. 1% lower 1.07%B, Dec. 1% lower 1.08%B. High Low Close Flax Jly 248 244% 245 Oct 249% 247% 247% Nov 248 246% 246% Dec 245% 244% 244V* Rapeseed Vancouver Jly 279% 275 276% Sep 277% 274% 276% Nov 269 265 269 Jan 263 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Jun 275% 273 273 Oct 271% 268 269 Dec 260 May 263 Oats Jly 76 75% 76 Oct 75% 75 75% Dec 75% Barley Jly 119C 119% 119% Oct 114% 114 114% Dec 113 Rye Jly 111% 109% 110% Oct 107% 106% 107 Dec 108 RANKS SECOND Cancer is the second leading cause of death in Canada. GAS PLANT PERSONNEL REQUIRED FOR DOME PETROLEUM'S EMPRESS, ALBERTA, PLANT operations-no. 1 and No. 3 Operator. Previous operating experience required. Knowledge of Gas Turbines desirable* maintenance- Positions available in Mechanical and Instrumentation Maintenance work. Experience in Repair and Maintenance of pumps, compressors, turbines and associated control systems is desirable. Pre-vious technical school training an asset. plant clerk- Experience in Gas Plant or Production Field Office preferable. Knowledge of Warehousing and Inventory control desirable. Please send resume of training and experience to Manager, Employee Relations DOME PETR0LUM LIMITED BOX 200, CALGARY Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver. Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE 111:00 a.m. QuotHi (11:00 a.m. Ouelasi 1 1375 WIITIKN OILS Alminex...... 5.90 Alta East Cat 5.55 Asamara 23.25 Ashland Oil, Gas 11.50 B. P. Oil, Oas �.75 Cdn Southern 5.00 Cdn Export 4.10 Cdn Homestead 7.85 Cdn Home Pfd. Cdn Indust Ga* Cdn Long Is. Cdn Superior Central Dal Rio Charter Chieftan Dome Pete Dynamic Pefa Great Plains Lochlal Explor Mill City New Cont North Cdn Oil Numac Permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Total Petrol West Decalta Hudson Oil Pfd Hugh Russell Husky Oil Husky Oil B Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pipe Inter Steel Pipe Jefferson Lake Joutel Kaiser Res 10.87 Met Stores 40.50 5.00 Massey Ferguson 10.75 McMillan Bloedell 25.12V* 36.50 .10 7.50 Moore Corp 23.62'/* Molsons A 18.00 13.50 Molsons B 18.00 7.00 N and C 16.25 7.37V4 Power Corp 5.75 46.62Va Price Co 8.00 18.87'/a Rothmans 11.00 64.00 St. Law Carp 19.00 13.00 Shell CDA 35.50 22.00 Simpsons 19.12V* 19.37V3 Slpsons Sears 27.25 4.75 Steel of Cdn 26,00 6.87'/2 Selkirk A 13.00 5.12V* Texaco 32.75 4.60 Traders Gr A 12.62'/a 27.12'A Tr Mtn Pipe 22.37'/a 1.35 Trans Cdn Plpa 32.00 Union Gas 15.00 13.00 Union Oil 45.75 32.00 Versatile Mfg 3.30 3.25 Union Carbide 14.75 8.62'/a Westons " 17.75 29.25 Woodwards A 22.25 63.25 W Cdn Seed 4.60 23.00 Zenith Elec 1.60 10.00 BANKS 20.67'/. Cdn Imp 34.25 52.75 Mom- 15.62'/2 24.50 Nova Scotia 26.00 13.62V� Royal 26.25 16.87V* Toronto-Dom 25.87V* BIRTH COAKER - Mr. and Mrs. Owen Coaker are pleased to announce the birth of their six lb., 13 oz. baby girl, Tracy | Louise, at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. W4-7 DEATHS SANDERS - Alta Belle, passed away in Cards ton on Monday, June 7, 1971 at tht age of 79 years, beloved wife of Mr. Thomas (Duke) Sanders of Cardston. Left to mourn her passing, besides her loving husband, are three sons, Lloyd of Cardston, LaDell o f Lethbridge, and Roy of Nigeria; three daughters, Mrs. BUI (Melba) Stone of Lethbridge, Mrs. Bill (Zola) Cardwell of Cardston, and Miss Lois Sanders of Los Angeles. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C5S62 SPIEVAK - Josephine (Romik), of Coleman, passed away in Blunt's Nursing Home, Fort Macleod on Saturday, June S, 1971, at age 88 years She was born in Poland, August 25, 1882 and came to Canada in 1912, settling in Bank head. Moved to Coleman in 1922, where she has resided since. She was a resident of Blunt's Nursing Home for the past five years. She was predeceased by her husband Joseph in Coleman in 1958. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. T. (Mary) Servello Fernie, Mrs. J. (Millie) Szulc of Calgary, Mrs. W. (Annie) Bereska of Vancouver and Mrs. M. (Freda) Drew of Pen-ticton; two sons, Joseph and Irwin of Coleman; 15 grandchildren. Prayers will be said in the Coleman Catholic Church, Tuesday, June 8th at 7:00 p.m Funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, June 9th at 10:30 a.m. in the Coleman Catholic Church. Interment will follow in the family plot, Coleman Catholic Cemetery. Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. No flowers by request, donations gratefully accepted for the Dr. Emil Aietlo Mem orial Fund, care of the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hospital. C5560 DEATHS HUGHES - Passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday, June '6, 1971, Mr. Barry Robert Hughes, at the age of 18 years, of Diamond City. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C5566 PUBLIC NOTICE New York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T 44.62Va Montgomery Ward 34.00 20 Golds 172.S3 up 31 Anaconda 21.50 Sears 91.87V. 10 Base Met 94.07 off .10 Beth Steel 21.50 Std Oil Of N.J. 77.50 15 W Oils 217.59 up .27 Chrysler 27.00 Texas Gulf ll9.12Va Volume. 1,470,000 Comsat 73.50 Texas Co 32.00 NEW YORK AVERAGES Duponf 742.00 Woolworth 51.12V. 30 Indust 922.36 up .21 GM 84.37