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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Fractional rise in stock prices TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto slock market were generally mixed to fractionally higher in moderate mid-morn- ing trading today. The industria'. index was un- changed at 193.83 wliile golds roso .22 to 175.85 and western oils .SO to 224.51. Base metals were off .45 to 97.52. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up from at the same time Thursday. Declines belli a narrow mar- gin over gains, 112 to 194, with 157 issues unchanged. Strong gains were recorded by beverage, oil refining, utility and real estate issues as nine of the industrial index's 17 sub- groups moved higher. Chemical, merchandising, industrial min- ing and steel stocks drifted frac- tionally lower. Laidlaw Motorways was up to Asamera Vi to Seagrams to Imperial Oil V, to Pan Ocean Vs to and Pine Point Vi to Budd Automotive dropped Va to Montreal Trust to Ronalds-Federated to SKK, Tara to and Scur- ry-Rainbow V, to SO- UGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uolierly, McCuaitf Limited) LAST DID OH SALE a.m. Quoresl a.m. QuofejJ a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS 5.S5 By Gene Fawcelle SPEEDE D-UP NCM ES OP NATURE'S 'SLOW-MOTION" EVENTS EGGS HATCHING, FLOWERS BLOOMING, CLOUDS SCUDDiNO ACROSS THESKY -ARE NOW POSSIBLE WITH A TINY; INEXPENSIVE TIMING UNIT THAT COSTS WJCH LESS THAN THE EQUIPMENT NOW rose in all sectors hut papers in very light morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. Industrials rose .27 to 205.10, utilities .15 to banks .39 to 255.60 and the composite index .26 to 202.82. Papers lost .91 to 85.46. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges was shares. Because of computer problems, there was no figure for (he same time Thursday but Wednesday it was Velcro Industries rose Vi to Walker-Gooderham and Worts Vz to Murphy Oil V4 o Canada Cement La- arge to TransCanada 'ipeLines Vt to Royal Trust to and Mjranda o Credit Fonder lost to MacMillan-Bloedel to and Alcan Vj to DJA OFF NEW YORK (AP) The stock market hesitated today after surging upward Thursday. Trading was active. The noon Dow Joses average of 30 industrials was off 1.28 at W3.41. Advances oil the New York Slock Exchange, which had led declines by 2 to 1 ear- lier, held only a narrow advan- tage. Tlie Dow average Thursday had risen nearly 11 points, its biggest gain in six weeks. Analysis said the Dow aver- age might have encountered re- sis fance as it approached the 950 zone, where il was turned back earlier this month. Among Canadians, Alcan ad- vanced to and Walker Goodorham to Mclntyre Porcupine at and Dcme Mines at both declined W On the American Stock Ex change, Brascan Ltd. advanced 'i to SfllVs and Scurr1 Rainbow Oil declined Is to AH a Fail Gas Asamera Ashland DP Oil Gai Can Soulh Cdn Ex Gas Cdn HomesttJ Cdn lnr{ Gas Oil Cdn Super Cdn Long It Cnarler Chlellan, Dome Gt Plains Gt Cdn Oil Loch I el North Cdn Oil Numac Pancdr. Pele Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle place Gat Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Selbens Total Ufster W. DecaMa West Pete 6.90 14.W 5.75 7.8S 3.C5 9.50 43 35 1075 3550 33-00 6.00 1.48 570 13J5 14-75 13 10 1.23 Hugh Russell Invest Mutual Husky OH MulUAl Ac Husky Oil D 42.00 Mutual Gr F Husky Oil War 6.10 N at Res infer Prov 15 00 fj VJ v' M Vt Gr 180 PrincljwF Gr 3.00 Rcyfund Universal Sav Vanguard Inter Prov Slee Kahser Res MGF Manage Pacific Pe1e Rainier Sandwell lefedyna West Cdn Seed While Yukon Westfiefc! CALGARY Acroll Barons Oil Madison Norlh Cent Wesl Warner PIPE LINE STOCKS tmnw 612 6.73 482 529 6-J3 6.69 A.7? 7.43 597 8.05 8 B4 11.33 1341 7 26 8.09 .50 .52 Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Thursday. May 3475; Jly 34.25; Scp 31.00B. Wednesday's volume: Four contracts. Fraternal Order Of Eagles Present for your Dancing Pleasure "CLIFF'S COMBO" Friday, March 24th Members and Guests Welcome ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Presents the ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Sunday, March 26 8 p.m. Votes Memorial Centre Tickets ot 1EISTERS: Adults Students EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Here are some excellent opportunities for you to "earn while you learn" through the Canada Manpower Train- ing-On-The Job Program PRODUCTION UNE previous experience required. You will be trained on the PASTRY BAKER (no previous experience required. You will be tained on the Managerial potential a must. ACCOUNTING INCOME TAX CLERK You will bo trained To keep records of small business firms. Some knowledge of bookkeeping is essential, Typing also required. FARM COUPLES No experience required. You will be trained on the job. Good physical condition and a desire to learn and work are the only requirements. Salaries range from to including a country home to live in. RANCH HANDS Various opportunities for single men to learn farming and ranching methods in good locations in Southern Alberta. Salaries range from per month and up, plus room and board. For complete details on these and other vacancies, contact Canada Manpower Centre Federal Building Lethbridge MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Aqualalne Drlnco S.B71, Cdn Brew A 31.10 Cdn Brew B 3650 Cdn Pacific Inv 27.00 A11 a Gas A Alfa Gas Pfd Inland Nat Gas N and C Gas N an C Pfd Poc Gas Trans .97 Gar. Metro 9.EO Gat Melro A Trans Cda Pips Cda B Trans Cda A Trans Cda War Trans Trans W1s MUTUAL FUNDS Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Bafh fJorse Brenda brycwi Churchill Copper Croyden Dankce Dolly Verdun Prestige of the Speaker question raised in house IB SO 1.42 Dynasty 14.W 1300 i 7S 70.00 40.75 13.75 29.67! Fnrt Reliance Giani Mascot I Granlsle f Lcrnex 1C Lyllon Mineral! 1 Primer Pyramid Silver Standard 1 Trojan Valley Copper 1 Res INDUSTRIALS EDMONTON (CP) The question of whether a member is showing disrespect when he turns his back to Uic Speaker was raised in the Alberta Leg- islature. Rising 'on a point of priv- ilege, Premier Peter Lougliecd said Progressive Conservative members had been turning t heir back to Speaker Gerry Amerongen because H' I feel that as much as possible we should direct our attention to the member who is speak- ing." think it's important that Ilie individual MLA, particular- ly due to the seating arrange- March 24, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Grain price review Crowsnest Cygnus A Inl Home Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil 34.00 43-75 All Cdn Com 9.57 Block Bros 3.50 All Cdn Olvld 9.73 10-69 B.C. Sugar 20.1ZVi All Cdn Vent 4-03 4.4S B.C. Sugar Pfd Amr Gr F 6-93 7.W Capt Inler AGF Special 3.47 Crestbrook F tnd 4.30 Cdn In F 5-00 548 Hys 3-00 Col Mutual 66J 7-51 Interior Brew 3.90 tmnw Inter 14.14 Inter Mariner M Crrn'w Lev 4-35 Key Intfusf .-il Corp Invest 6-Oi 6.63 Pacific W Air 17.00 Corp tn St F 5.24 573 StampsxTe Infl Res .95 Dreyfus F U.S. 13.37 14-65 OILS 1 Gr In Shares 4.0? 4 32 Albany Oil M Gr Equity B-W Plains Pete Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rapc- mcnt, not find himself In the ed prices advanced as much position of forever speaking to the backs of Iiis colleagues. "1 suggest that as long as the remarks aro always direct- ed through the chair it is no affront to Uio chair." Art Dixon (SC Calgary Millican) speaker in the last legislature, said he personally feels it is an affront for every- one to turn their back on the Speaker. Mr. Amerongen said he had "absolutely no feelings on the matter because 1 don't think it interferes with my du< ties one way or the other." Livestock report Hud Bay Oil Pfd 52.11W Invest Gr F 11.03 333! West Explor Toronto mines, industrials Brunswictc Canada Tung. Gassier Central PaT. Con west Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Craigmuiir Dlekensoo fAlnei Denlson Mfnes Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mires Donalda Discovery Mines East Easl Sullivan Falconbridge Frote (Suppliefl By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Ouctesi tlliOO a.m. Quotes! Pine Point y) Placer DPV, ,'75 P.C. Exp. 45 Quebec Man j'jjj Radlwe 'nci', Rio Algom Reman Cofp. Sherrltt Gordon Silver Miller .W _ ______ Steep Rock Hiram Walk Imperial Oil a.m. Quotes! MINES Acme Advocate Asb. 1J Aksllcho Bralorne 3 65 1.41 10.00 i.eo 1.17 7.60 1.70 .'34 9.00 1.18 30.15 35.00 Cable 34.SO Fd cf Amor 2.90 Gt Cdn Oil .1 IVj Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap 17.50 Gulf Oil Cda 7Mi Greyhcuund T6.37Vi Hawker Sid 4-00 17.25 CALGARY CCP) Receipts on the Calgary Livestock Mar- ket to 11 a.m., about head; mostly light yearling steers and betters and heavy stock calves. Trade was active with all classes meeting a keen demand from local buyers. No slaughter steers or heif- ers were sold; caws and bulls traded at firm prices. Good slaughter cows 26.25 to 27.25 with a few sales medium 24.50 to 28.25, canners and cutters 2L to 24.50. Good bulls 2G.05 to 23 with sales to 30.10. Replacement steers and heif- ers were mostly 550 to 700 pounds and selling at firm prices. Stock calves were most- ly 450 (o 550 pounds. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 34.50 to 36.50, less than 750 pounds (o 40. Good feeder heifers to 4.50. Good slock steer calves to 45. Good stock heifer alves 34.50 to 38.50. Hogs base price 27.95. .49 Upper Canai Wesfprn Mines 3.4 Wright Hargreaves 1.1 Imasca First MarlHmcs Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway Holllnger Hudson Bay 33.75 Hydra Fx. Iron Bay 3.60 ho 1.97 Jollet Quebec .2? Kerr Addiscm 9.30 .75 E 70 2.05 4.95 J2.00 Yellcxvvknlfe 4.J5 ienrnac .10 INDUSTRIALS A til mi Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Sirgar Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazil TYc B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Valley CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Ccl Cellulose Cal Power Int NlcXel Inl Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indus) Accept Lsurentlde Kelly Doug A Lcwb 12V? Loblav; A 2Q75 Wetro SJores Massey Fcr; )V2S MciVilllan Woe-re Corp 11.53 Mclsons A .JrS.CO Mohons B Norlh, Cent 44.M Power Corp 13.75 Price Co Rothmans 50.75 St Law Corp 30.37Vj CDA 4.53 Simpson's Simp Sears 5.Wi Steel of Can 2.35 Selkirk A "1.75 Texaco 33.50 23.00 33.75 31.50 9.6'A'j 49.00 19.25 14.00 d.OO 675 17.15 13.25 42.50 2Z.OO 9.62Vj 7.63V] i a. jo 21.CO 23.75 31.75 Labrador L.ingis Silver Madsen R.L. Malarllc G.r. Marlin Maclnryre Weia Mldrlm Intern Mogul New west Horns New Alhona Mew Calumet VJ, Horse Copper Not-arid a JVIAJ 5.95 Nwlex .18 Osisko .32 7eoo 3 35 c.WN. Crfn Indust Cdn Marconi Cnd Vickers Chrysler Cons Ralh Cons Gas Cdn N Gas Olst Sea Dam Domtar Stores Dame PetB Dofasco II C0 Trans Mtn Pp 1562V) Trans Can Pp 3 40 Gas 11.75 Union Oil 31 75 Versallle Mfg t5 CO We steel Unicn Car Weston's B Wool ward's A Cdn S d 2enith Etec BANKS T9.1S V.W 34.35 16.75 35 CJ 27.75 ial Montreal Nova Scalla Royal Tof-Dom 23.00 M.25 75 5.00 20.00 16.00 17.50 37.50 35.50 30.75 Fami macluucs testing service plan studied EDMONTON (CP) Agrl culture ministers from the three prairie provinces have held discussions on i he sibiiity of settuig up a join1 farm machinery testing ser vice, Alberta minister Hugh Homer told the legislature. Dr. Homer said a technica committee is making furthc: studies into the feasibility o such a service. New York stocks KILLED BY CRANE NEW YORK (AP) A con struolion and a windoi WEsher were killed Thuraia, when a steel crane tell from th top of a 5i-storey building unde caisiruction in the heart Times Square and landed on th ninth floor. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- ge prices to 11 a.m. provided y the Alberta Hog Producers larkeling Board. Edmonton: 27.85, average Thursday 27.90. Red Deer: 28.00, average Thursday 28.11. Calgary: 27.95, a v e r a ge Thursday 28.12. Lethbridge: N11, averagi Thursday 28.12. Lloydminster: Nil, average Thursday 27.34. Grande Prairie: Nil, average Thursday Total hogs sold to 11 a.m 252, sold Thursday, aver age 27.95. Sows average Crash kills pilot FARGO, N.C. (AP) An Ai National Guard F-101 jet tratne crashed Thursday and slanunec Into a house, slightly injuring it hVo occupants. The pilot killed and its radannan injure wliile ejecting from the plane. s four cents in a strong mixed ade ot mid session on the ir.nipeg Grain Exchange to- ay. Flax prices posted slight ains on a good volumne of cx- orter buying and good pur- uising by a large United tales house in the deferred onths. Rye moved ahead fractional- 'in a small volume of ex- ortcr and local commission ouse activity. Volumne of trade Thursday bushels of flax, Egg prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly g and poultry report issued y the federal agriculture de- artment: Eggs To producers: A large 42, A medium 39; A small 22; B 12; 6; Cracks 8. To Hetailers: A large 53 to i; A medium 48 to 51; A small 5 to 40; B 3S to 37; Cracks 33, To Consumers (in A large 60 to 61; A medium 50 o 57; A small 39 to 42. Poultry To producers: Live No. 1 chicken broilers, 22W; 6 and over, 2514; 5 and under 6, 22Vz. Turkey under 12, 26; 12 to 18, over 18, 21. Live No. 2 chicken broil- ers, 19; 6 and over, 22V5; 5 and under 6, IQ'.i; turkey under 12, 23; 12 to 18, over 18, 22. ot rapeseed and KW of rye. MID-SESSION PRICES! Flax: May lower July IVi higher 2.8QMA; Oct. higher Nov. not open. Itapeseed Vancouver: March 4 higher June S Wgher Sep, 2 higher 2.56WB; Nov. higher Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Hay 1 higher 2.52y4B; July 1VS high- er Oct. higher Nov. not open. Oats: May unchanged July and Oct. not open. Barley: May unchanged July and Oct not open. Rye: May higher 1.03ttB; July higher l.OOA; Oct. higher 1.01'.iB. Grain quotes Thursday La High Low ClMt Flax May 256 28714 Jly 280 277 tt Oct _ 27614 Rapeseed Vancouver May 260 2621i Juno 256 2551s Sc-p 254 Va 25312 Nov 254Vi Rapcsccd Thunder Bay May 2 3 8" a 251% 242'.a 244 tt Jly Oct Nov Oats May Jly Oct Barley May 109V4 Jly Oct Rye May 10314 Jly Oct 10L 109V. 93 Vi HKMa 70 109Vs 1091J 92'i FOR SALE! BEILEVUE MUNICIPAL BUILDING AND ATTACHED FIXTURES All materials end lumber derived from building muit to removed basemen] fill not required. Building open for inspecfion Monday through Friday from a.m. to 4 p.m. or by special appointment with village secretary. muil be submitted no later then April 25. Building must be de- molished 90 dayi offer agreement of lale. are caih. Phone 564-4811, Bellcvue, Alberta. FLORENCE HANNEM, Secretary Treasurer WILKINS TO AFRICA NEW YORK (Renter) Ro Wilkins, executive director of I the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peo- ple, left for London Thursday night on his way to South Af- rica. Wilkins, accompanied by his wife, will spend Friday nnd Saturday in London before Hying on to Johannesburg. Amr T and T Anaecmds Be1h Steel Chrysler Comsat GM Gulf Inl Harvester Kenn Copper (Supplied By Richardson Securities ot Canada) Gotcfs 175.94 43.50 19.00 33.00 MIS 41.75 Monfgoinery Ward !7.67Vi 3( Sears 112.50 10 Sssc Met 57.70 off .27 Std 011 Of N.J. 15 W OKs ?2J-70 up .69 Texas Gull 1U.CO Vclume WIckcs Corp YORK AVERAGES V.'oolworlh 30 Indust 9J3 il off 1.33 Flee tl.Wi ?0 Rnlls 260.D3 up .75 U.S. Steel 15 Ufililies off .74 S 51ocks 32J-51 off ,77 BOOKEEPER TYPIST Required by LUMBER and BUILDING SUPPLIES FIRM Must be able to handle a complete set of account- ing records plus bo proficient in typing. Experience desirable. Please supply references. Salary commensurate experience, with qualifications and Apply 1n writing to: P.O. BOX 512 LETHBRIDGE Safeway Shelter Systems Ltd. Production Worker required by one of Canada's major manufacturers of relocatable homes and industrial camps. Contact your CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE or visit Mr. C. B. Thomas, Personnel Manager, Safeway Shelter Systems Ltd. Industrial Airport, Clarosholm, Alberta One of ALBERTA'S Oldest ond most success- ful John Deere and General Motors Dealer- ships is expanding Newly modernized building, excellent parts facilities, well equipped shops. Ideal working conditions, good frings benefits, end top wages. WE NEED: 1. Licensed Mechanic with John Deere ex- perience, and capable of rebuilding die- sel pumps. 2. Licensed Mechanics with diesel exper- ience, preferably John Deere. 2. Mechanic Trainees with 2 or more years John Deere or Genera! Motors 1. Partsman with John Deere experience and Managerial capabilities. THESE ARE ABOVE AVERAGE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ABOVE AVERAGE MEN. PLEASE WRITE OR PHONEi C. HARRY NOTON' Manager Operations Service, Crawford Company Limited, Camrose, Alberta PHONE 672-4463 671-5733 VI flXSL: Ojlu l.tj "uo y w-v Canadian C! At home around theworl BOTTLED IN BOND Zambia, ;