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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta lark el declines slow tr e TORONTO (CPl is- sues on (lit: Tororto slock mar- ket climbed higher v.liile in of tier sectors .3 to Domtar i to ByGeno FawcottD oaivsa is RACERS, CVLISTS ANPNOW IN-TRAFFIC MOTORISTS HAVE A MASK TO FILTER OUT DUST, HYCROCARSOS'S, SULFUR DI- OXIDE AND OTHER TOXIC GASES THATM4KEEREATHINS WHILE DSIVlNS BOTH UNPLEASANT A'JP SI3. Bcllilchcin to S22-'i, Asa- rnei'n I- to aiui Canada P c r in a n c n I Mortgage 'A (o PRICES KAI.I, MONTREAL (CP) Trices fell in all sectors in light morn- ing trading on the Montreal stock exchange today. Industrials were off .23 lo 203.02, utilities .77 to 162.75, banks .-13 to Ihe compos- ite .37 to 200.53 and papers .20 to C o m b i n i; d volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 n.m. was shares, compared with SO at the same time Wednesday. B.C. Forest Products was off Sl'.i to Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Line 7s to Inter- national Utilities 'i to and Cominco v3 to Rapid Data Systems was up to SlO'd, Hollinger Mines to S42U and Proviso !z to SLOW TRADE NEW YOUK CAP) Stock market prices strengthened today but trading was slow as mnny investors moved to the sidelines before the long week- end. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 3.77 at 93G.79. Among Canadians, Dome Mines advanced to and Mclntyre Porcupine was up 10 On the American Stock Ex- diarige, Brascan Lid. at and Canadian Marconi at hoth advanced !i while Scurry Rainbow Oil at S16 declined Is. g prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 2fi.75, Wednesday 27.78. Red Deer; 2G.75, Wednesday 27.94. Calgary: 26.55, average Wed- nesday 27.72. Lclhbridgc: 2G.40, average Wednesday Lloydminster: No sales, av- erage Wednesday 2G.30. Total liogs sold WecJnesday average 27.65. Sows av- eraged average average COFFEE SHOP FOR LEASE! GRAND UNION HOTEL CCHEMAN, ALBERTA CXCEllENT OPPORTUNITY TOR CHINESE COUPtE SOMMERFELDT 321 13th SI. N. SALES Phono 328-9444 59 CHEV 2.U, sedon, 6 _ Chov Impcifa 4-tfr. scaon V8, aido., P.S., P.B., racfio Plymoulli VVogon P.S., P.G., radio 70 mmn CARLO V8, P.S., P... 56 CiiEV 1' TON 70 FOKD TON 8, oulo., perfect lo? camper COME IN AND LET'S GET ACQUAINTED LET'S MAKE A DEAL OPPORTUNITIES Sfenoaropher for GovernniDnl Office in Fort Mocleod Shoii Order Waitresses and fiousckeepcjrs Flying Instructor -should have Feast 2000 hours flying lima for a building supply firm Male Psychiatric Nurse for a city hospital, should have psych ward experience For complnlr. de fails on these nnd other vacancies con loch CATOA MANPOWER CENTRE Federal Duilding Lothbrclgo Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, McC'uaig Limited) LAST RID OK SALE Quotes) a.m, quoles) Quotei) WESTERN OILS 7.30 17.871 j Alfa East Cat Aililand BP Oil Gas Can South Cdn Gas Ctfn Homes td Cdn Ind Gat Oil Cdn Super Cdn Long 1 1 Charter Chielfan Dome Pete Gt PJairts Gl Cdr> Oil Lochiel North Cdn Ofl Pan Cdn Pete Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Pface Gai Ponder Ranger 5 55 7.30 3.55 -12-50 .ii 5.03 10.371 j 3 33-00 Hugh Russell Oil HusVy Oil B Husky Oil Infer Prov Inler Prav Slee Kalsw Res Pacific Pete 5 and welt Teledyne West Cdn Seed White Yirkcn CALGARY Acroir Barons Oil mo 6. CO U.M 7.50 J.10 1.35 12.12', .01 577 S7S 1 6-1 3 11.00 Ml .93 1-39 6.75 10.00 30.00' 39.00 2 6- 57.50 13.37V? 15.75 34.12 fa 33. ?5 18.50 43.13VJ Hud Bay Oil PFd 51.75 Noffh Cent .02 West Warner .S3 PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gas A AITa Gas PTd 7B 00 Inland Nal 16.37' N and C Gas N and C B Pac Gai Melro Cat Metro A Trans Cda Trans Cda B Trans Cda A Trans Cda War WC Trans WC Trans WIs J3.00 13.00 5.75 70.PO 77J5 12.50 29.25 10.25 Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Parifie 1n Crowsnesl Ind Cygni-s A Cygnus B Falcon Copper Genslar Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Say Oil MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com 870 9.51 All Cdn Divid 971 10.fi All Cdn Vent AGF Sp Cdn Invest Col Mutual J.06 6 8B 7.5S 3 45 S.-ii i 63 1-l.iO 15-91 355 J.23 6.W Cmn'r Corp Corp Invest St F 5.19 5.S3 Dreyfus F U.S. 13.25 1J.52 Gr In Shares 4.01 4.41 Gr Equity 7.71) S.D1 Invest Gr F 13.23 Inveit Muf Mutual Ac Mutual Gr Nat Res 7.' N W Fin t.' N W G r 6 I Principal Gr t; :_ Temp Gr 6." Uniletf Ac 5: Universal Sav 7.! Cmnw Vent 7.: VANCOUVER 1 MINES Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Bath Norse Drsrida Br.coo Churchill Copper Croyden Dankoe Dolly Varden Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Gcanlsio Lorrvex tytton Minerals Pyramid silver standard 1.3 Trojan Valley Copper WC Res INDUSTRIALS Block Bros 3 B.C. Sugar ?o.; Sugar Pfd IS i Capt Infer 6.; Creilbrook F Ind J Hys Interior Brew 3.! Inter Mariner Key Indust .J Patilic W Air 57. Mrt SA.33 off .63 3JOO Texas Gulf 119.00 ti W Dili 225.W up .35 Texas Co Ml2'.i Volume 839000 Corp YORK AVERAGE1 Woorworlh 42.60 30 Indus! 934.79 up 37 Elec 20 Rairs 258.M up US 372.09 up l.J? Monlgomerv Ward 77.50 20 Indust 197.26 Volume ana 1003 4th Avenue S., Lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 ROYAL TRUST CO. Because of our huge expansion program we require Two Real Estate Sales Consultants We are the largest real Estate company in Canada. Our record is one sole every 56 minutes in one of our i 57 offices across Canada. We houses from coast-ro- coast. We hove a monthly magazine showing our listings anywhere in Canada. If you are a self starter ond want to join a company j with better than average benefits. Call JACK C. HIOGINS 1 at 328-5516 for Interview. MUTUAl OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY Requires Two EXPERIENCED SALESMEN Our complete portfolio of life and Health Group cover- ages will give you a prospecting advantage. Our Pro- fessional, Industrial and Agricultural Group clients re- quire additional coverages, Registered Retirement Sav- ings Plans, etc. If you have experience in the financial field and are over 25, we can provide you with PLACES TO GO AND PEOPLE TO SEE. IF PROSPECTING HAS BEEN YOUR PROBLEM, coll about this career oppor- tunity NOW. Collect, or write to JACK BOWN, Manoger Southern Alberta Branch No. 302, 1147 17 Ave. S.W. Calgary 3, Alberta. Telephone 244-2751 Grain prices Winnipeg Grain (CP) Rape- seed prices moved narrowly in a small volume of trade at mid- session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Flax prices fluctuated frac- tionally in a quiet trade and rye dropped slightly on limited inter-month spreading. Oilier commodities were barely ac- tive. Volume of trade Wednesday was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and 000 of rye. Mid-session prices Flax: May 3i lower July higher Oct. Vi ligher Nov. not open. Rapeseed Vancouver: March unchanged 2.9213; June low- a.SS's; Sep. i.i lower 2.54; Nov. VI lower Hapeseed Thunder Bay: "i higher July ower 2.4434B; Oct. !i lower 2.44l'iB; Nov. unchanged 2.47'jA. Oats: May unchanged GSriA; July and Oct. not open. j Barley: May 's higher l.OSA; i July not open: Oct. unchanged l.OD'.iA. Rye: Slay -'i higher July ?i lower 99; Oct. lower Grain quotes Wednesday (basis Lakehcadl: High J.ow Close Flax May 286', i 2S1U 2SS7S Jly 280 277'i 277! i Ort 2VWi 273'i 575' Nov i Rapeseed Vancouver Mar Jim 2M3i 257 Scp 2255s 254'2 Nov 236 255 Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 257 235 2o5 Jly 247's 245 245 Oct 21o 21.) Nov 247 Oals May JJy _ _ _ Oct Barley May _ _ Jly Oct Thursday, March 30, 1972 THt irtHSRIDGl HtRAlD 5 rt price boosted skim milk powder 109 May 102'i Jly Oct ]OL-s 98-s 100 OTTAWA fCP> AijriciiHure Minister II. A. Olson .nmounccx] Wednesday .111 increase to 29 cents from 26 cents a pomid in tnc amount tlip Canadian Dairy Com mission will pay for skim milk powder. The increase in the support j price, paid by the commission (o creameries, means an in- crease of about 20 cents for each iDo pounds of industrial milk. Agriculture department offi- cials said the increase should j affect consumer prices or! he amount dairy farmers are paid. Tiie support price is effective April 3, Mr, said, The higher paytuents were welcomed by opposition mem- bers but they said government policy errors have created the current problem. Even more than being a move designed to panier votes in the federal election expected soon, Harold Danforth sex i said, the increased pay- ments are an "act of despera- tion'' taken after a storm ot criticism by dairymen and op- position MRs, Dairy products are subsidized on three different levels, The manufacturing support price is the amount the commission guarantees creameries for dered milk. Creameries have the option of selling to the com- mission at the support price level or selling privately if the price is higher. Mr. Olson also announced that the second level of that guaranteed to fanners sell- ing milk and cream under allot- ted unchanged from 51.21 a 100 pounds of milk test- ing ;i.5 per cent bullerfat. There also is no change in the commission's current purchase price for butter, 53 cents a pound, or cheddar cheese, 54 cents a pound. The market price for cheddar cheese has been considerably above this support level since last July. The dairy year begins April 1, Mr. Olson said the increased support price for industrial milk powder should "provide a better balance between butter and cheese production and should avoid the possibility of the over-production of cheese." A current shortage of cheddar cheese has Jed to drastically in- creased prices. Consumers pay Livestock Calgary liveslock CALGARY