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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, June 27, 1972 THE LITHBSIDGE HERALD 19 Industrial stocks dip-others higher TORONTO (CP) Industrial i tainty over Hie international Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uoherty, McCualg Limited) LAST BID OR SALE e.m. guoles) QuolMl F >.m. cwoml WESTERN OILS Almlnex 5. Alta East Gas 6.4 issues on the Toronto slock market remained fractionally lower in mid-morning trading today while prices in other sec- tors edged higher in moderate trading. The industrial index was down .15 to 200.33. Golds were up .34 to 220.23, base metals .37 to 94.49 and western oils 1.27 to 231.85. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Mon- day. Declines held a narrow mar- gin over advances, 128 to 105, with 183 issues unchanged. Beverage, communication, pipeline, real estate and steel stocks moved moderately lower while banking, general manu- facturing and oil refining issues scored gains. Maclean-Hunter Cable was down to Eastern Can- ada Savings to Dy- nasty Ve to Canadian Su- perior Oil I to and Price to Canadian Cablesystems lost Vi to Hudson Bay Mining '.a to Mattagami Vt to CP Ltd. to AND Leigh In- struments Vi to Bow Valley was up Ta to Dome Pete K to Ca- nadian Imperial Bank of Com- merce to TransCanada PipeLines V, to and Tara Vi to LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices were down in all five sectors of tlie Montreal stock market near the opening of light trading today, with industrials leading the declines. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges was com- pared to on Friday. On index, industrials were off 1.22 to 214.18, composite 1.12 to 207.63, utilities .93 to 161.75, banks .69 to 245.35 and papers .63 to 207.63. Interprovincial Pipe Line was down Itt to Canada Cement Lafarge VA to Consolidated Bathurst Vs to Distillers- Seagrams to S35 and Cominco ?i to Maclean-Hunter Cable T.V. was up to Rapid Data "i to and Brascan to monetary situation. Trading was slow. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was down 1.21 at 935.20, after being ahead more than 2 points in early trading. Among Canadians, Dome Mines was down to Dis- tillers Seagrams VI to Granny Mining Vz to and Canadian Pacific to Alcan rose VB to Inco Vt to Massey-Ferguson to Vi and Mclntyre Ve. to Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed prices dropped slightly in limited exporter interest at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain- Exchange today. Flax prices were steady and barley active, oats and barley fluctuated fractionally on do- mestic shipper business _and rye worked lower on liquida- tion of the nearby futures. Volume ot trade Monday was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye Mid-session prices: Flax: July unchangec 2.76KB; Oct. uncbangec 2.78V4A; Nov. lower 2.7GV4 BP Oil Gas ran Soulh Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homcsld Cdn Ind GBS Oil Cdn Super Cdn Long Is Charier Chlellan Dome Gt Plains Gt Cdn Oil Lochlel North Cdn Oil Nu 5.15 6.25 3.U 7.55 10.50 44.00 .45 9.20 30.75 18.09 14.25 ,.u.jiac Pancdn Pele Pan Ocean Polrol Place Gas Ponder Ranker scurry Rain n'' Total Pele 6. Ulster 1. Details 5. West Pe1e MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aquatalne Brlnco Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pacific Inv Crowsnest Ind Cygnus A CVHnus B Falcon Cooper Hugh Russell 31.W Mulual Gr HusKy oil 14.50 Nat Res S3 war 8 Kwo'rn Inter Prov Pipe 13.50 Principal Gr Inter SlNl 13.3'Vi Terns Gr Kalssr Res 3.35 _ 3B371A Cmnw Vent 7.64 SWA VANCOUVER 415 MINES 6MVi Alton iDMtt Atlas Expltr 121 Bath Norw B renda _ Brycon Churcrilll Copper Davenport Dankoe Dolly Varden 5.40 S.9J 7.10 7.7i 5.16 SM AM 5.01 5.30 6.44 7.44 5.47 6.01 MGF Pacific Pete Rafnler Teledyne West Cdn Swd V.'tiHe Yukon Weslflcld CALGARY Acroir Barons Oil Madison North Cont West Warner PIPE LINE STOCKS 9.00 M .60 4.95 .IS 1.07 .70 .31 Unions not significant in inflation OTTAWA (CP) __ Unions have not been a particularly significant factor In Inflation, says John Young, chairman of the prices and incomes commis- Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) No cattle sales Monday due to the weekly sale of weaner and feeder hogs. 57.00 74.00 20.25 1 4.00 10.00 .22 .34 crals B.50 6.00 2.13 Dynasly EquHorlal Fort Reliance Giant fAascot Granlsla Lornex 75.75 Lytlon Mir I2.37VJ Primer -is JOT Pyramid -33 70.00 Silver Standard T.35 4t Texfnont Trolan -21 81 75 Valley Copper 9.30 ia.MVi WC Res -04 INDUSTRIALS Block Bros 21. as Home Oil A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay oil Alia Nat Gas Ges Alta Nat Gas Inland Nal Gal M and C Gas N and C B Pid Pacific Trans Gat Metro Gal Metro A Trans Cda Plpt Trans Cda B Trans Cda A Trans Cda War WC Trans WC Trans Wls v.__________ 6.87V3 MUTUAL FUNDS B.C. Sugar 30.55 Amr Gr F 6.W 7.31 B.C. Sugar Pfd 1 35.25 AGF Special 3-4B capt Inter 24.00 Col Mutual 6.76 creslbrcok F Ind .85 27.1 VA Cmnw Inter 14.31 1543 Hys S.UVi Cmnw 3.63 4.21 Columbia 575 Corp Invest 6.07 6.43 Key Indust Corp In St F 5.15 5.63 Paciftc West 23.75 Dreyfus T U.S. 13.0714.31 stampede -nil Res .90 31.WA Gr in Shares vins suit CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) A federal judge ruled Monday .hat General Tire and Rubber uO. of Akron holds patent rights For synthetic rubber used in all tires.' The decision is expected ip bring General about mil- lion in royalties. Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. of Akron, defendant in the suit, said it would appeal the ruling by District Court Judge Frank J. Batlisti. General also sued several other rubber companies over the patent, but the cases were settled out of court. The synthetic rubber patent- also as "oil-extended" rubber also 'covers other uses the material for items such doormats, shoe heels, and ier items where a longlasting bber is needed. CALGARY (CP) Heceipls _ on the Calgary livestock ket to 11 a.m., about vators Assodation have already irs and heifers begun program to retjuce dust emissions from grair head; mostly stee in the lighter weight ranges. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were 50 movements involving boat anc -----p..... i boxcar h a n d 1 i n g, receiving cenls lower vnth sales to 36.30; shippirlg screening, transfer heifers were 50 cents lower j d d ing operations with sales to 33.60. Light steers b 17 persons die in hospital five MANILA (Reuter) Seven- teen persons died and another 2t were injured when fire swept through a private hospital here- early today, the Philippine Red Cross reported. Most of the victims were pa- tients. There were 8fi patients; in- cluding 11 babies, in the nine- storey hospital when fire, which took firemen three hours to bring under control broke out. and heifers carrying too much finish lo go back to the feeders Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver-1 age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers' Marketing Board: Edmonton: 31.85, average Monday S2.27. Red Deer: 31.80, average Monday 32.29. Calgary: Monday 32.36. Lelhbridge: No sales, aver- I age Monday 32.56. Lloydminsler: No sales, av-1 erage Monday 32.04. Fort Macleod: No sales, av- erage Monday 32.29. Grande Prairie: No sales, av- erage Monday 31.44. Fairview: No sales, average Monday 31.10. Tolal hogs sold Monday average 32.27. Sows average 23.50. ELEVIS10N SMALL THEY CAN BE CARRIED ASHIRT POCKET OR WOW! KEAWRISTWATCKARE NEAR A NEW 6XPE RlMENTAl MICRO TV CAMERA-A BREAKTHRCXJa, saiOSTATeuSCANNINS''- STHESIZEOFANEIECTRC RAZOR WEISHINS TVWAWA (MUM WHICH THE LOtS WILL BETHfLAROeSTPAftrOF Mcagher's Appointment JOHN D. CHORNEY Stanley J. Muloin, Salee Man- ager for theProvinceof Alberta, Mcagher's Distillery Ltd., an- nounces the appointment of John B. Chorney as Sales Rep- resentative for Southern Al- berta. Mr. Cborney, who joined Meaghei's in 1970, hns 10 yeara of experience in the field of bev- erages. He was educated in Alberta. Meagher's Distillery Limited is a Canadian company, well- known in the Province for their fine liqueurs and spirits, as well as importers of such other dis- tinguished products as Beef- eater Gin, Teacher's Scotch, Hcrmessy Cognac, Borzoi Vod- ka, Ayola, Huffino and Folonari Wines. Amr T and T Anaconda Bath Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM Gulf Int Harvester 20 Golds 219.60 oil .W N J. 7J JVi 1U Base Net up .61 114.M IS W OHl CT.S7 up 41.62'A Sears 18.25 std Oil of 28.00 Texas Gulf lu'oi" Slsu' Indus! 933.20 off 1.21 BTJV4 wS BSuM Bee 50.50 20 Rail! 238.B2 off U.S. Steel 30.12'A 15 utlllllej 1M.60 off ,52 Boy, 3, dies of injuries EDMONTON three- year-old city boy is deado f year-old city boy is dead of what police say were internal Reduce the price of your car wash- when you fill your tank with gasoline at a Pacific 66 Car Wash! SUPERSOniC Car Wash 1819-3 AvenueS. It's easy and convenien to drive a clean car! Yfe honorall credit cards approved by dealer before purchase including CHARGEX. We Care i about you and your ca That's a promise Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP> Live beef futures close Monday. Jly 37.50A; Sep 36.00N; Nov 35.25A. Friday's volume: No con- tracts. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds up 1-32 to 50.98 1-16 today. Pound sterling down 1 9-1C to 7-16. NEW YORK dollar down 1-16 at 31-32 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- ling down Vn. at The items listed below, that appeared in Monday's Lethbridge Herald, should have read as follows FLEETWOOD SOLID STATE STEREO CONSOLE Garrord charger, contemporary cabinft. rV.fgn. lugg. lilt JUNE BRIDE SAIE................... S329 SPANISH OAK CABINET Beautifully iryled oak cabinet, combinid with A quality tytttm. Mfgra. sugg.Vtt JJ list JUNE BRIDE SAIE "T SEE OUR AURACT1VE 3 ROOM GROUPS 17 pieces of good quality furniture. JUNE BRIDE SAIE PRICES AS LOW AS '469 SIDORSKY'S FURNITURE LTD. 542 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-1151 juries caused "by severe ressure to the abdomen" and in Edmonton man has been larged in non-capital murder connection with the death. Edward Miklos died in hos- ital and William Russell Qlarski, 25, was charged short- f aftenvard. Kilarski was remanded in rovindal judges court to July to permit time for psychiat- examination. HURRY, HURRY ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT TO PAY YOUR TAXES City Property Taxes Are Now Due and Must Paid by p.m. t, FRIDAY, JUNE 30th or a penalty of 1 per (July to November and 2% for December (total of will be assessed on all overdue Taxes. IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO PAY YOUR TAXES BY FRIDAY AT P.M. City of Lethbridge ECONOMY That's why! It's the real thing. Coke. Both Coea-Ws ir.t Coke ire reiiileredfriJsmirkiwriitli Wintirj otlfftt LW, ;