Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI IETH8RIDOI HERAID Tutiday, Jimi 50, Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCnalg Limited) m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Atmlnex i.33 Alia 6.85 Asanw-a JfM AshUrd BP Oil Gal S 30 Can South Cdn Ex Gas 3.50 Cdn Homcsfd 8.00 cdn Ind Gas Oil 1075 Cdn Super 45.50 Cdn Long It .51 Cl Plains Or Cdn Oil Lrxhlel North Cdn Oil Humac Pancdn Pett Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place GBS Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Selbenj Total LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) GuoltlJ 4. HusXy Oil War Inter Prov Inter Prov Sfcel 13.75 Kaiser Res 3.30 MGF Matiagi Pacific Pele Rainier Sandsvell Teledyne West Cdn Whirs Yukon 30.50 7.20 1.-S7 5.70 17.00 14.00 11.SO 1.19 .S8 li'w .Ei> 10.15 A.iO W, Decalta West MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aquaraine 25, Brinco Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pacific In Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Falcon Copper Gcnslar Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oi1 Acroll Barons OH -03' Madison Norln Coin West Warner PIPE LIKE STOCKS Alia Gas A 53-00 Alfa G3S Pfd 72.CG Alta Nat Gas Inland Nat Gal N antl C Gas i N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Gar Metro Gar Metro A Trans Cda Pips Trnas Cda B Trarvs Ctli Invest Mutual Mutual Ac Mutual Gr P Nal Res N W Fin 3.8S N W Gr 37.MW Principal Gr Roylund J.35 Temp Gr 4 20 Universal Sav 6.13 Va Vanguard Cmnw Vent VANCOUVER MIKES Aflon Alias Explor Bath Norse Brenda Brycon CrwchNl Copptf Croytlen Davenport AI.JV Dankoe Dolly Varcfen 12.A1V3 Dynasty Equltorlal 13.00 Giant Mascot 5.00 Granlsle 70. V Lwncx LyUon Mlnearli 1014 1 7.23 7-97 1.24 5.7A 6.13 5.13 6.45 4-92 7.13 7.79 8.11 8.9 11-V f.S- 43 .i? Primer 9.12V? Trans Cda War WC Trans WC Trans Wrs MUTUAL FUNDS AM CtJn Com All Cdn Divid 31.00 35.00 26.50 29.50 15.00 32.50 All Cdn Ven1 Amr Gr F AGF Special i Cdn In F Col Mutual i Cmnw Inter Cmnw Lev 17-25 60.00 pyramid 1300 silver Standard 37.25 Texmonr Trofan Valley Copper 9.27 INDUSTRIALS 9.34 TO-21 Block Bros 1M tVt, A H B.C. Sugar 208) 6.7! 7.23 B.C. Sugar Pfd 17.50 349 Capt Inter 512 503 5-57 Creslbrook F Ind 3.95 6.76 7.64 Hys 3.85 14.43 15.84 Col Brew 3.15 3 9O 41? Key Indust PacHic W Air 13.75 5.23 5.72 Stampede Intl Res OILS nvest Corp In St. DervfUS F U.S. T4.50 Gr in Shares 4.10 4.51 Albany Hud Bay Oil Frd 53.75 Gr EquHy 8.01 B-B3 Plains Invest Gr F Hugh Russell 12.33 13.53 West Exptor ,73 Toronto industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities ol Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) MINES fluoresl III i CO a.m. Ouotwj Advocaie Asb. AKaikho Bralorna Broulan BclhleViem irunsw" 7.15 .30 5035 1.53 U.75 1.S5 1.1S 7.05 1-52 ,13 Canada Tung, Casslar Central Pet. Chtmo Conweit Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Coehenour Cralgmonf Dfckenson rAlneJ Deniswi Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Oonafds Discovery Wilnei East Malsrtlc East Sullivan Falconbrldgn Frobex First MarltlrtiM .75 Giant Y K 8-M Bovls VW Grandue 3-W Headway R-U 5.00 Hollinger ;J1.M Hudson Bay M-S 22.25 Hydra Esc. Iron Bay Iso Jollet Quebec Kcrr addlacn Key Anacon Labrador Lake Langls Stiver Madsen R.L. G.F. Martfn MeNeely Atoelntyra Mela Midrlm Intern Mogul TJu West Homel New Atnwa New Calumer Horse Copper Noranda NorlhgaH Norlex Osisxo Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Quebec Mar Ray rock Radlore Rfo Algom Roman Corp. Sherrllt Gordon Silver Miller Sreep Rock Tek Corp, '.07 1.W w'.oo 3.JQ 1.97 .38 .21 3.30 .16 ____ 3.35 Wrighl Hargreaves 1-20 Willrcy Windfall -11 Bwr 4.iO Zenmac -U INDUSTRIALS Abftlbl Alcan Algomfl Steel Alco Ind Atlantic Sugar Agra Ind lell 'el Brazil B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forwl B.C. Sugar Bovs Val Ind CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cell Calgary Row Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Pf Cdn Ind Cdn Marconi Ctfn Vfckers Chrysler C.P.R. Comlnco Cons Bath Gas Disr Seagrams Dom Brldga Domter Ford cf Am Gr! Cdn Oil Gen Wotars Grf LaXcs Pp GulF Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker sld Hur Hiram Wslker Imp Imasca Inf Nickel Int Pipe !nv Group A Int "III Ind Accept Laurenride Keily Doug A Loeb Loblav A Wet Stores Massey Ferg McMillan Corp Mo! sons A B North i Cent Power Corp Price Co Rorhmans St. Law Corp Shell CDA 2CU2Vi Simpson's 32.37V1 simp steel ot Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Pp Tram Cda Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatlla Mfg 11.73 6.25 T4.00 23.00 59.75 15.25 22.00 2.J5 35.35 1.55 11.35 3.30 13.7i 50 16.50 Dom Tex Oof as co Cable Union Car Weston's B .'A Woodward's A 11.00 west Cdn Zenllh Elec BAHKS cdn lmP Novfl Tor- Dom 36.25 7.00 75.00 31 19.25 3.80 oo JJJ5 31.50 32.00 9.00 IV. 15 72.75 1 4 37V 34.75 47.75 34-50 2S.75 HJ5 11.37V 33.00 35.0-1 J5.75 ar.so 10.17 Vi 34.00 33.50 43.75 43.50 13.75 .41 S.75 39.75 17.50 ZI.37V4 29.00 A.50 3.9D 30.2i 35.63' Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock Monday sales 850 hogs. Al lasses of wearier and feeder logs met very good demand ot teady prices, quality consider- Weaners 13 to 21.50. Light feeders under 100 Ibs 0.50 to 26.50. Heavy feeders 100 to 130 Ibs 29 to 34.50. Heavy feeders over 130 Ibs 35.50 to 43.50. All prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs sold from 32 to 41 per hundred weight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs 2G to 29 per hundred weight. Boars to per head. Butcher hogs sold Monday at the Lethbridge yards 31 to 31.15 base price. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed advanced as much as three cents in the Vancouver ptions wliile Thunder Bay op- cms were fractionally higher t mid-session on the Winnipeg rain exchange. Exporters -ere the main traders. Flax was or.e to two cents ligher hut the volume was light nd the trade was not sigmfi- The rest of the market was luiet Volume of trade Monday m- jluded bushels of flax bushels of rye and 1, bushels of rapcsecd. Mid-session prices: Flax: July 2% lower 2.84B Oct. lower Nov IVi lower Dec. low er 2.773'sA. Rapeseed Vancouver: Jun lower 2.4sysB; Sep. -V'i highe 2.52WB; Nov. Hi highe 2.5H4B; Jan. highe Rapcsecd Thunder Bay: Jul higher 2.37'A; Oct. highe 2.37KB; Nov. V, higher Dec. H higher 2.33KB.. Oats: July unchanged Oct. unchanged Dec. un- changed 70V4B. Barley: July unchanged l.M'AB; Oct. 'A higher 1.09V4B; Dec. not open. Rye: July unchu-.ged l.OHiA; Oct. unchanged Dec. V4 higher l.OOWA. High Low Close Flal 28615 284 285 NOV......234il 28254 2fl3 Dec ......281% 278% Rapeseed Vancouver 2481i 246Vt 248Vi Sep......252 249% 252 Nov ......250% 2501a Jan 247 247 Market continues nominal decline The effects of 'hcnockle' Egg prices may go chicken prices may drop TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto stock market moved frac- tionally lower for the third con- secutive session in moderate mid-morning trading loday. The Industrial index was olf .18 to 203.5D and base metals .74 to 95.43. Golds were up .03 to 209.67 and western oils .42 to 236.70. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up sharply from the traded at the same timo Monday. Pood processing, pipeline, steel, oil refining, merchandis- ing, beverage and utility issues were among those wliich led the decline while banking general manufacturing and trust and oan stocks edged fractionally u'ghcr. TransCanada Pipelines ropped to Nu-West Development Vt to Peoples Department Stores to Placer 1W to and Ranger i to CP Ltd. was down to mpeilal Oil 14 to Pacific Pele to Rio Algom 14 o and Canadian Superio Oil 14 to Rank Organization was up o Weldwood Canada t Toronto DOMINION Ban lo Royal Trust 14 and Sherritt Va to MONTREAL (CP) Price, in three sectors dipped slight! while industrials and paper made marginal gains In ligh trading on the Montreal stoc market today. On index, utilities dropped .64 164.28, banks .14 to 2'7.05 and e composite .08 to In- ustrials gained 108 lo 218.49 nil papers .02 to 87.66. Combined volume on the iontreal and Canadian stock xchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Men- ay- Donohue was down to redit Foncier 14 to and iuH Oil to Pacific Petroleum was up Laidlaw Motor 26.25, earners and cutters 20 to Good hulls 28 to 30.40. Replacement cattle were mostly short keep steers and heifers selling at steady prices. No stock calves were offered. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 34.50 to 37.80. Good feeder heifers 32 to 34. Good slock and feeder cows 23 to 28. Hogs base price 31.20. WANTED HOUSE TO RENT Small family urgently require! 3 or 4 bedroom Executive Home for minimum of one year. Occupancy required Sept. 1 Luxury residence preferred WILL PAY TOP RENT Apply Box 131, Herald Amr T and T Anaconda Beth SreeL CM Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Coppei Neiv York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities ol Canadi) 1U.50 Sears 19.25 Sfd Oil of N.J. Texai Gull 3015 Texas Co 63.M Corp 168.62W Wtwlworth 76.75 Elec U.S. Slcsl 3S55 JO Golds J08.73 74.62V] 10 Mtl 95-42 off .75 13 W Olis up 1.21 33.00 Volume 41.50 NEW YORK AVERAGES 30.37tt 30 Indust 945.82 up Rails 24S.10 up 15 Utilities 105.16 up .10 Rapcseert Thunder Bay Jly Oct TORONTO AVERAGES 6S Stocks up Ward 20 Indust 203.75 off .02 Voluma STEAM ENGINEERS Second doss Steam Engineers with a valid British Columbia or Alberta Certificate are required for a sulphur plant near fort St. John, B.C. Alberta S.A.I.T. graduates with a third class certificate and desirous of qualifying for a B.C. second class invited to apply. Relocation expenses will paid by the Company and interviews will ba arranged for Edmonton or Calgary. Liberal Company benefits, reply to Box Number 133, Herald. Nov. Dec Oals Jly Oct Dec Barley ly >ec lye Dy Dec 238 236'i 238V4 23714 SALES REPRESENTATIVE Required For the retail field in a communications company with exceptional growth record. Duties Include servicing existing and veloping new accounts. Applicant must be mature, aggressive and over 25 years, wilh a proven idles performance. 238% VOVl 7014 70'ii 70 li 100'i 1091i 1095i 10914 _ _ 101% 10014 lO 99% K'l S9VB NABORS DRILLING Reply la Income o year plui Lethbridge Herald Box No. 128 Mr. Clair A. Nabors, Chair- man of Phe Board end President of Nabors Drilling limited, an- nounces Ihs oppolntmcnt of Mr, David W. Wright, to Ihe position of Executive Vice-Presi- dent of the Company. Mr. Wright has been associated vsith the I company for 1he past twenty yean and has served in various executive capacities sinco 1958, Mr. Wright together Mr. Nabors will direct the opera- tions of the Nabors Drilling lim- ited gfcmp ond will continue in hij capacities en Vfco-President and Director of Nobors- Alaska Drilling, fnc., a wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary in the Stole of AlaiVa, and as Vice-President and Director of KodiaV Oilfield Haulers the companies' transportation entity thai otso operates in Alaska, ISSUE OF NON-CALLABLE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS DATED JULY 1, 1972 Bant Canada is authorized by the Minister of Finance to receive subscriptions for a loan to be issued in exchange for Government of Canada 4i% bonds due September J, 1972 or for cash as follows: IN EXCHANGE FOR 4j% BONDS DUE SEPTEMBER 1, 1972 OR FOR CASH -1 year 7 month 5J% bonds due February Issue price: 99.85% yielding about 5.85% lo maturity Interest payable August 1 and February 1 One month's interest payable August I, 1972 Denominations: and and -5 year 7% bonds due July 1, 1977 Issue pike: 100.00% yielding 7.00% for 5 years Convertible at the option the bolder into an equal par value ot 5 year' bonds to be dated July 1, 1977 and due July 1, 1582 yielding about 7.21% for the full 10 year period commencing July Interest payable January 1 and July 1 -Denominations: and Payment for the new bonds may le made either in cash or by exchanging 4i% Government of Canada bonds due September 1, 1972. The 4J% bonds due September 1, 1972 which are accepted for exchange must haye the unmalurcd coupon due September 1, 1972 attached and he in bearer form or accompanied by proper transfer documents. 'Hie bonds accepted lor exchange into the new 5J% bonds duo February 1, 1974 will be exchanged on July 4 for an equal par -value of new bonds pins a cash settlement of per par value, of which per par value will represent accrued inlcrcst on the 44% bonds lo July 1, 1972. Tlie bonds accepted for exchange into the neif 7% bonds