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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THf IETHBRIDCE HERALD Wjclneiday, Mny 10, 197? Toronto mines, indiislrhds (Supplied By Ilichardson Sccnrllipg (if Camilla) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quotes) MINES icme .37 Alb. 1 IS a m, Stock prices up in active trading Coin P.C. Exp. Quebec Man .25 Rayrrxk 70.121'; Radiure 00 Rio Algom 1.53 Roman Corp H 75 Sherr.1l C-orrJcr 1 id Silver Miller 1.01 Sleep Rock 7JJ Tck t H3 Texmcnl 33 50 3 .15 1725 7.90 15.00 Ml'DO B.m, DofasLo Cable F-ortl Of Air, Gl Cdn Oil Gen iMofui' Gl Pp. GuH Oil Cilu Grcyhcuntl Hawker Grain prices National SUgOT policy SOUght Winninea Grain ML E. Frie IE ;o ll 79 75 lirnm Walker J.JO Imp. Oil TORONTO Prices on liie Toronlo stock market turned higher in moderately active mid-morning trading today. Tlie industrial index advanced .37 to lWi.05, base metals .33 lo Trans Cdn Pp Unicn Oil Veri-alila Mfg Wpstcel Unic Car IB.13': 56.P-0 02.73 24.75 12.50 30.00 KM i Woodward's A Eloc BANKS Cdn Imper Monlrr-al Nova Scoti A Royal -13.00 11.00 70.10 16.25 20.110 26.25 A. 17' 2.30 Tara to Van Dcr (lout to Canada South- ern PcLe 20 cents to and ChiefUin -10 cents to Falconbridge lost P.i Lo Q Broadcasting A 3B lo SB, Im- perial Oil 's lo S307a and Cam- i flo 20 cents to PRICES ADVANCE 1 MONTREAL Ulilitics Hcclined as prices in all olhcr sectors advanced in light trad- ing on I he Montreal stock mar- ket today. On index, industrials rose .55 lo 201.23, banks .75 to 267.03. the composite .40 to 200.75 and pa- pers .63 to 85.2S> wliile utilities dropped .30 to 162.12. Combined volume on Hie Montreal and Canadian block exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same time Tues- day. Highlighting pains on the Stock Exchange. Do- minion Textiles rose TR to Canron n.i to Steel Canada n( to 533 and National Trust lo ?34. Orsova plans after-school to Orient return Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherly. Limited) LAST BID OR SALE HuDiesI a.m. QUDfPi) Winnipeg WINNIPEG (CD Rape- seed prices moved slightly low- er in a relatively quiet trade at mill-session on (lie Winnipeg drain Exchange Unlay. Trad- ing in Ihe commodity was mostly a local and commission house affair with some hedge selling. Flax prices posted small de- clines on limited scale-down exporter hiiying and quiet vol- ume of trade. The rc.'U. of the market was featureless in a rather dull, mixed Voiume of trade Tuesday was hushcls (if Hax, of rapcseed and flifi.000 of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: May 1 Vi lower 2.G9A; July 1 lower 2.70 Oct. Va lower 2.72 Nov. 1 VB low- er 2.71 Kapcsccd Vancouver: June 1 lower 2.5fi 3aB; Sep. 1 lower 2.54 Nov. 2 lower 2.50 UB; Jan. 2 ri lower 2.4S 1'iA. Tlapesoed Thunder Bay: May 2 lower 2.50 ".'iA; July 2 low- er 2.49 Oct. 2 lower 2.48 Nov. 2 lower 2.47 Oats i May unchanged 69 A; July unchanged 69A; Oct. un- changed 70A Barley: May unchanged 1.09 July and Oct. not open. Rye: May lower 1.02 July lower 1.02 ty; Oct. VB lower 1.01. Grain quotes Tuesday (basis 1 Tn losses, Intel-provincial Pipe Line lost to S311-, Husky Oil P and O'fi aflcr- school's out voyage through the South Pacific lo Down L'n- der, Ihe Orient and hack, aboard the liner Orsova will de- part [rom Vancouver June 26. returning August 25. The holiday will include1 shore excursions, land transportation and lodgings and a full lime P and 0 escort, as well as (lie steamship ticket, in the total fare. A five day overland lour In Japan is included and optional side excursions to the Austra- lian Outback and to Bangkok and Taiwan will be available as reasonably priced extras. In addition lo Australia and Japan, Summertime's itinerary includes Suva, Fiji; Hong Kong; and Auckland. New Zealand. B m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Ominpx 5.20 Ula Ess! GDI 7.15 11.75 S.CO 7.00 3.15 6.7S 5.50 39.10 Huah Rmseil Husky Oil Husky Oil B Husky Oil War -i.EO Prov Pipe U.75 29.25 15.50 505 Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Ind Gas 0 Ccin Super Cdn Long li Chieflan Dome Gt Plains Gl Cdn OH Lochlel North Cdn Oil Humac Rai Prov Slecl Res Ic Pele Mutual A Mutual G Nal M V.' Fm W Gr Prinii 3 70 Royfui 31.50 Temp Sandwell Teledync .SB West Cdn Seed 9.70 White Yukon 33.75 Wcstfield 31.42'A CALGARY OS Barons Oil 1.51 5.30 North Con) 1350 West Warner 5.73 i.30 5..17 6 P! 7.C7 7.73 5.03 i 56 5.97 fi.56 .'.E4 53.'. .11 A K7 i W 7.6.S 5.33 5Sfi 7 96 E 71 ?E 11 77 i'A' Vent 7 i? VANCOUVER MINES B.15 11.50 Alia Gas A Crcydcn 72.67'.'z DankM 30. CO Dolly Vardcn 15 75 Equilorinl Pert nl Mascol Granule Wanted Immediately QUALIFIED FORD PARTSMAN Steady employment wilh opporlunily for advancemerl to right applicant. Salary commensurate wilh All company benefits. Apply lo C. REEKJE SERVICE AND PARTS DIRECTOR UNIVERSAL SALES SERVICE LTD. Slh Avenue and lit Street S.W., Calgary Telephone 266-5611 Pelrol 1.17 Alta GBS Pfd Plnnaclf Jl.SO AMB Wat Gaa Place Gai 65 Inland Nal Gas Ponder 59 N nnd C Ga-, Ranger 17.75 N and C B Pfd 27.iO Scurry Rain 16.75 Pacific Trans 12.50 Spooler .7? Gaz Metro 5.50 Seibsns 1.10 Trans Cds Pipe- Primer 17 Tola! ft.OO Trans Cda A 79.75 Pyramid 17 Ulsler 1.30 WC Trans 37.00 Silver 3lanaard 1 35 W. DocflHa 520 WC Trans Wts 9.75 Trojan 75 West Pels MUTUAL FUNDS Valley Copper 8.40 MISCELLANEOUS All Cdn Com BJZ 7.07 WC Res .nj INDUSTRIES All Cdn Ovid 7.30 10.17 INDUSTRIALS Aquataine 21.W All Cdn Vent 3.93 rf.30 Block Brinco rtM Amr Gr F 6.61 7.2B B.C. Sugar 3050 Cdn Brew A 31.50 AGF Special 3.28 B.C. Suoor Pfd 15.75 Cdn Brew B 3575 Cdn Invest F 5.4J Cap! Infer 55.0 Cdn Pecilic Intf 25.25 Col Mulual 6.69 7.35 Creslbrook F Ind d.10 Cygnus A 5.12VJ Cmnw InleT U.35 15.77 Hy5 7.75 Cygnus B 600 Cmnw Lev 3.B1 A 19 Inlerlor 3MS Falcon Copper Corp Jnves' 600 6.55 Key Indus! .JO Genslar H E7Vi Corp In SI F 5.21 569 Pac West Air IB.75 Home A 30.50 Dreyfus F U S. 15.90 liU Stampede Inll Res 105 Home B 30.35 Gr In 0.75 OILS Hud Bay Co 1750 Gr Equity 7.32 8.0-i Albany Oil 41 Hud Bay Oil Jl.SO Invest Gr F 12.19 13.33 Plains Pelc 21 Hud Bay Pfd 4f.SO Invest Muluil 5.7J 6.27 We5l Explor .10 New York stocks (Supplied By nicliardson Securities of Canadl) May Jiy Oct 273 274 275 273 li Nov Rnpcsccd Vancouver Jun 257" 4 Sep 259 Is 255 U 25R Jan 230 252 250 by south Ontario farmers OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment could encourage the estab- lishment of a strong sugar beet industry in southwestern On- tario by demanding that 20 per cent of all sugar sold in Canada be domestically produced, the Commons agriculture commil- ,ee was told Tuesday. A delegation of southwestern Ontario farmers was making an official appearance before the committee to argue their case for a national sugar policy lliat would limit imports of cane sugar from Australia, South Af- rica and other countries now supplying about 90 per cunt of Canada's need. Committee members were re- ceptive to the farmers' proposal and chairman Bruce Beer Peel-Duffe-Ring-Simcoe) indi- cated the committee would ex- tend its study of the sugar beet situation. Once-in-lifetime chance for mill Ontario's sugar hocl Industry collapsed in JD67 when Canada Dominion Sugar Ltd. closed Its beet refinery in Cha ham, Ont. The company concentrated its operations in Toronto, using Im- ported cane sugar already par- tially refined in the selling coun- try. Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON An oil or pipeline down the MacKenzie Valley would he a once-in-a- lifetime cliancc for a steel mill to locate in Alberta, Fred Pea- cock, minister o[ industry and commerce said here. The minister said in the leg- islature that his department is currently negotiating with a number of companies interest- ed in building a steel plant here. "These negotiations are ;uch a nature that I don't think we should say anything more about them in the House at this he said. Mr. Peacock was asked hy Roy Farran (PC Calgary North Hill) whether a remark Hapcsced Thunder Bay May Jly Otl 25: Oals May Od. Barley May Jly jOd B.ve I May 104' Jly Ocl 10-1 102'.. 103 103 1011; 24GU 61 203 103 Wheat board bill back in Commons 42 37V. 19.00 30 B7'. n'' the Intod ld br July 1, 1972. should bo MjlimiUrd ing nnt Inlor than May 10, to: Personnel Manager Proctor and Gamble Cellulose, Lid. R. R. No. 2, GRANDE PRAIRIE, Albcrla. NW INVESTMENTS LTD. NW EQUITY FUND LTD. NW GROWTH FUND LTD. NW FINANCIAL FUND LTD. For q confidential ditcuision call or wriln DICK BATEMAN, 609 10 St. S., Ictlibridga Ph. 327-5137 prices Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by (he Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 29.35, Tuesday 29.27. Ued Deer: 29.35, average Tuesday 29.24. Calgary: 29.25, average Tues- day 29.19. Lelhbridge: Nil, average Tues- day 29.27. Fairvicw: Nil, average Tues- day Port MEclc-od: Nil, average Tuesday 29.25. Total hoes sold Tuesday 954, average 29.15. Sows aver- age 21.80. margin. With 89 per cent of the vote in [he preferential primary counted, he was leading Hum- phrey by some 10.000 41 to-35-per-cent advantage. The Nebraska race is one of the 2.1 primary battles lo cap- ture delegate votes for the Dem- ocratic presidential nominating in Milulli BeaC" Alabama Gov. George Wal- lace, vho did not campaign in Nebraska, finished third in an field with about 13 per cent of the vote. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Tuesday. May 37-.00; Jly SS.IiE; Scp 3-I.20B. Monday's volume: Four coil- By Gene Fawcelle f. REMOTE-CONTROL ENTER- TAINMENT SYSTEM FOR THE BEDROOM. THE FOOTOFTHE BED ISOPER ATED BY AN AUTOMATIC CON' TROL UNIT THAT ALSO TURNS IT ON OR OFF (OR RADIO AND ALARM) AT PRESET TIMES... ROBERT D. KOLESAR The Board of Director) of St Palrick's Crea'ir Union Lid. arc pleased to announce Ihe oppoinlmenJ of Robert D. Kolesor 1o Hie position of manager. Mr. Kolesor Is a life time of Soulhern Alberta, married, with two children. He has an extensive bock- ground in the area of con- icr financing, and in tho management field. Bob ex- lends his jnvilalion to every- one to conlacf him in regards lo their financing and Invesl- menf needs. Send MAINTENANCE CLERK (MALE) Applicant should be a good lypisf. And familiar willi office procedure. Kaiser Resources Ltd. G. N. Crossficld Employment Supervisor, P.O. Box 2000, Spnrwaod, B.C. Net earnings By THE CANADIAN TRESS Ci'cslbrook Forest Industries Llil., year ended Dec. 31: 1971, loss: 1070, lOFS. Sinffcird Foods Mil., three months ended March 31: 1072, S-iWte; W71. S27.2M. Thomson Nowspajiprs three months endod March HI: its new rno-rooni hold in Pans, 1072, K.'t conLs a Air France reporl-v BuffcL-stylc share: in menls in thf islands and 3 Trans Mmmlam Oil I'ipp niixl young .'.laff give Uie hov l.inc Co., Mivec nionths ended tehy in flic fashionable Neuilly March :11: 52.B sceiion the look and feel of Hio conls a share; 1071, I Club's holiday vi'lagcs in fho 51..1 ccnLs. I Caribbean and Mediterranean. comes to Paris Tropical resort C 1 I) Mwliten-anee has bronirht il.s tropical resort at- mosphere Lo the hig city, wilh SIMPSONS-SEARS CORRECTION In OLT Automotive flyer Iliat appeared Monday, May Bill Ihe ilcrn Batlery Charger lhat appeared ai regular .1-15.98 for Should have rend. 2 Amp Battery Charger Regular 9.95 (or f mjjjj SIMPSONS-SEARS nrc scrry for any mconvenioncn caused. TIME ANNOUNCES In Co-Operalion Wilh THE MARQUIS HOTEL THE HOLIDAY INN THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL THE PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL Scheduled Airport UMOSINE SERVICE For all Flight Departures and Arrivals Operated by BRIDGE CMS TIME AIR 3282331 BRIDGE CABS. 3288805 ;