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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta The Business Stocks Toronto industrials 'Supplied by Richardson Securities of 11 A.M. QUOTES MINES Acme Advocate 1 25 Akaitcho 1 14 Bralorne 1.75 Broulan 40 Bethlehem I662'i Bovis 2 45 Brunswick 6.20 Can. NW Land B 75 Canada Tung. 2.95 Cassiar 13.25 Central Pat 1 06 Cnimo 1 07 Conwest 5 50 Cons Rambler 3 25 Coin Lake 13' i Cochenour 58 Craigmont 7 70 Dickenson Mines 3 15 Denison Mines 47 25 D'Elflona 41 Dome Mines 100.00 Discovery Mines 1.02 East Malartic 375 East Sullivan 2 85 Falconondge 84 50 Frobex 26 First Mantimes 95 Giant YK '9.10 Granduc 11.50 Hollmger 46.00 Hudson Bay 3000 Hydra Ex 27 Iron Bay 3 80 ISO 2 32 Johet QueDec 21 'i Kerr Addison 13 75 Key Anacon 34 Labrador 47 00 Lake Shore 2.72 Langis Silver .04 Madsen R L 1.12 Malartic G F. .83 Martin McNeely Maclntyre 61 00 Meta 14 Midnm 16 Intern Mogul 9 75 Nu West Homes 1025 New Alhona .12 New Calumet .26 Noranda 58.00 Northgate 4.80 Norlex 45 pme Point 39.00 Placer Dev. 27 50 Pax Exp 1 30 Quebec Man 14 Rayrock 1 10 Radiore 29 RiO Algom 34 75 Roman Corp 12 75 Sherntt Gordon 18.75 Steep Rock 2.15 -Tek Corp 3.90 Texmonl .23'4 United Canso 24.00 Western Mines 3 50 W House Copper Mines 315 Wright Hargreaves 91 Willroy 1 12 Windfall 15 Yellowknite Bear 5.80 Zenmac .09 11AM QUOTES INDUSTRIALS Abitibi 14.75 Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Jnd 16.50 Jannock 6 37Vj Agra Ind 12.50 Bell Tel 41 62VS Brazilian Trac 21 50 BC Tel Burns BC Forest BC Sugar Bow Valley ind Cable CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Cdn Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Pld Cdn Indus Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bath Cons Gas Dist Seagrams Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Dotasco Glen Mobile Grt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Grt Lakes Paper Gull Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hiram Walker Huron Erie Imperial Oil Imasca Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Group A IU Internal Accept Kaps Kelly Doug A Lauren Loeb Loblaw A Metropolitan Massey Ferg McMil Bloed Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B Nachurs North Cent Power Corp Price Co Rothmans Shell CDA Simpsons Simp Sears Steel Canada Selkirk A Texaco Trad Group A Trans Mtn Pipe Trans Can Pipe Union Garb Union Gas Union Oil United Siscoe Versatile Mlg Westeel Westons Woodwards A West Cdn Seed Zenith Elec BANKS Cdn imperial A Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Toronto-Dom 5400 16.25 2500 20.25 40.25 17.12'f 10.62'i 4.10 6.25 7.75 2450 220 1050 390 17.12'z 22.87'. 16 62'i 38.75 33.25 16.75 X 44.00 3875 26.25 1075 14 25 4400 3287'. 9.12'r 8.95 6250 29.75 3550 1700 55 31 4900 30.50 37.00 9.50 25.50 500 4-90 525 1425 24.00 3925 57.50 25 62 Vj 24.00 11 1360 1B37Vi 1575 21.00 13.00 33.75 16.50 5500 17 15 50 3475 18.12V4 10.75 16 37V4 6.90 8.00 20.75 20.75 2375 600 320 31.00 20.75 39.50 38.25 38.50 Mist'ellaneous by McQuaig 11 AM-QUOTES WESTERN OILS AND MINES Atton 9 75 Albany Oil 96 Almmex 7.65 Asamera Ashland 14.25 Alta East 6.05 BP Canada 1600 Brenda Mines 9 30 Can South 6 35 Cdn Ex Gas 4 45 Cdn Homestd 9.10 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 1050 Cdn Long Is Chieftan 14.75 Cdn Super 60.75 Dome Pete 44 50 Dynasty 1300 Fort Reliance .23 Giant Mascot 3 20 Gibraltar 13.75 Granisle 9 50 Gt Plains 31.00 Gt Cdn Oil S 9.00 Lochiel 3 50 Lytton Mm 1 55 Noble Mines 1 20 North Cdn Oil 7 90 Numac 20 50 Pancdn Pete 15.25 Pan Ocean Petrol 1.81 Pinnacle .25 Place Gas .60 Ponder .58 Ranger 34.50 Scurry Rain 23 Seibens 1775 'pooner .43 Pete 7.70 Jlster 1.24 United Canso 24.62V. West Pete 7.75 W Decalta 8.45 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd 14.25 Aquitaine '26.75 BC Sugar A Pld 14.50 Block Bros 3.55 Cdn Pac Inv A 36.00 Comrr. Cap Corp 2.00 Cdn Brew A Pld 25.50 Cdn Brew B Pfd 31 00 Crestbrook Ind 1275 Crowsnest Ind 31.50 Falcon Copper 15.00 F and M Trust 5.25 GeniUr 19.50 Global Com Unit 45.00 Home A 57.00 Home B 51.90 Hud Bay Co 21.50 Hud Bay Oil 49.00 Hud Bay A Pfd 55.50 Hugh Russell 60.62V4 Husky Oil Husky B Pld Hutky D War 13.00 Husky E War 15.00 Nys ol Canada 4.10 inter Prov Pipe 9.65 Inter Prov Steel Kaiser Res 4.75 LDblaw C Pfd 27.50 7.25 Pacific Pete 37.00 Ac Wwt Air 9.50 7.75 Rainier Inc Royal Trust Sandwell Teledyne West Cdn Seed Westfield Mm Weston A Pfd White Yukon LINE STOCKS Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pfd Alta Nat Gas Inland Nat Gas Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A N and C Gas N and C B Pld Pacific Trans Trans Can Pipe Tr Can A Pld Tr Can B Pfd Tr Can War WC Trans WC Trans WtS CALGARY Acroll Barons Oils N Continental West Warner VANCOUVER. MINES Atlas Expior Bath Norse Dankoe Davenport Dolly Varden Equitorial Lornex Primer Pyramid Suv Standard Vai Copper INDUSTRIALS Colum Brew Key Indus Wardair OILS PRP Explor Plains Pete Ponderay Explor Stamp Intl Res MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com All Cdn Div All Cdn Ven Amer Grow F AGF Spe Cdn Invest F Col Mutual Com Inter Com Leverage Com Venture Corp Invest' Corp invest S F Dreyfus Fund US Grt Pacific Grpd Income Grow Equity Invest Gr F Invest Mutual Mut Accum Mutual Grow F Nat Resources NWCdn NW Growth Prln Growth Prov Mutual 28 12Vi 6.00 4.80 6.00 1.40 59.50 10.75 12.00 67.50 2025 5.12Vi 67.50 11.25 23.50 11.00 34.50 65.00 4000 770 18.25 3.50 .75 .05 .01 .31' .35 85 205 47 .25 .18 .08 .12V4 1.48 12.00 3.50 .20 1 75 1.03 .23 .87 1.01 Rovfund. Grow Unit Accumul Savings Unlveat Vanguard 7.43 B.OB 7.88 8.57 3.9B 4.33 5.65 6.21 3.06 5.44 5.96 6.29 6.91 15.03 16.52 3.90 4.29 7.46 6.19 6.72 7.38 S.70 6.26 11.76 12.89 4.96 5.43 3.74 4.12 8.34 9.16 13.06 1427 6.27 6.85 7.22 3.90 4.29 S.48 6.02 6.09 6.69 5.37 5.90 8.23 5.74 8.17 8.94 7.36 766 8.54 5.39 5.92 8.45 9.29 6.54 7.10 e.96 7.63 New York by Rickardson Securities of Ci Arm. TaT Anaconda Chrysler Oupont Qeneral Mttlors HarvMMr Kenn. Coppar Montgomery Ward nxon Qutf Tern Co. J8l jam V6J6JINHJMUU96J 27.80 US. Steel 31.00 Oen. Tel. 2275 166 23 TORONTO AVERAGES 82 50 20 induatriaM 237.67 up .29 23 00 20 267.97 up 1.87 31 10 109.68 down .70 36 IS Weetem OHt 296.17 up 9.42 23 Volume MM NEW YORK AVERAGES 9128 20 Induatrlela 686.20 down .37 3166 20 162.48 up .16 31.26 IS UWWea 66.06 down .26 66 261.62 down .12 volume Western oils lead TSE market price advance THE LITNimOOl MlfULO 21 TORONTO Western oils led the advance as prices on the Toronto stock market moved higher in active mid- morning trading today. The western oil index rose 11.2 to 296.00. The industrial considered the major indicator of market was up .04 to 237.46 and golds 4.26 to 290.36. Base metals were off .34 to 110.22. Volume by 11 a.m. was 1.13 million up from 000 at the same time Wednesday.' Advances led declines 176- to-128. with 187 issues un- changed. Oil refining. food general manufac- turing and construction and material sectors gained while communica- tion and steel groups declined. Trading was resumed in shares of Acklands Ltd. at the opening. The stock was down lan to Trading in shares of Imasco. halted at the open- had also resumed at mid- morning. Imasco was un- changed at Among western oil issues. Canadian Superior gained 2 to Numac 1'z to J21. Scurry- Rainbow Jj to Pan Ocean to and Chieftin to Imperial Oil rose to Shell Canada to Dome Pete 2 to Pacific Pete to Aquitaine of Canada 1's to Husky to Home Oil B 1 to Vz and Home Oil A 1 to United Siscoe Mines was down 60 cents to and Ro- man Corp. 'z to Prado Explorations was up 25 cents to MONTREAL were higher in moderate trad- ing on. the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at a.m. was 387.100 compared with 362.500 shares at the same Wednesday. Industrials climbed 4.54 to the composite 3.07 to 250.67. papers .33 to and utilities .17 to 149.31 while banks dropped 1.37 to 290.31. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change. International Paper rose to Aquitaine Co. of Canada to TransCanada Pipe Lines up to and National Sea Products up Vz to while Du Pont of Canada fell to S29V.I. On the Canadian Stock Ex- Belleterre Quebec Mines rose four cents to 39 cents on traded. VANCOUVER Prices were up Wednesday in heavy trading on the Van- couver Stock Exchange. Volume was 2.901.611 shares. On the industrials Thermo Plex was up .05 at on 50.700 shares. Speculators Fund was down .11 at on shares. Mercuria was up .07 at .58 on 20.500 shares. Captain Inter- national rose .07 to on 000 shares. Key Industries was unchanged at .20 and Cor- nat Industries rose .25 to In the Brendon Ltd. was up .04 at .34 on 160.000 shares. Cutlass fell .07 to on 131.400 shares. Green Eagle fell .02 to .'20 on 80.500 shares. Citex Mines fell .01 to .14 on 67.500 shares. Exeter Mines was down .01'2 at .18 and Gold River rose .04 to Most active issue in the oils was Seneca up .08 at on 32.050 shares. Monterey A was unchanged at .59 on 26.000 shares. PRP Ex- plorations was up .10 at on 25.600 shares.. Williams Creek Gold was down .01 at .24 on 22.500 shares. Vargas was unchanged at .14 and Rose Pass was down .03 at .40. Dollar value MONTREAL U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Thursday was up 1-50 at 24-25. Pound sterling was down 6-25 at 51-100. In New the Canadian dollar was down 1-50 at 25. Pound sterling was down 3- 10 at 3-5. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dividends are quarterly un- less otherwise noted. Bridge ud Taak Co. of Cut- 72 Vi in account of Dec. record Nov. 15. 60 Dec. record Nov. class B class both payable Dec. record Dec. 14. Loblaw Groceterias Co. 2nd Dec. record Nov. first series 40 Jan. record Dec. 1st series Dec. record Nov. 15. Mtitreal Trast 20 cents. record Nov. NEW YORK The stock market seemed to be struggling to. make a com- eback today after three sessions of but gains by noon were fairly slim. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was up 90 to 957.48. after a 30-point decline over the last three sessions. Declines led ad- vances on the New York Stock Exchange by four to three however. Among Canadians oh the York exchange. Mcln- tyre was up 1 at Scurry Rainbow to Dome Mines '4 to f 101'4. and dian Pacific to Alcan dropped to Genstar '4 to and Massey Ferguson to 4. International Nickel was un- changed at Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG The market was weak on moderate activity at mid session on the Winnipeg Com- modity Exchange today. Buvers continued to express limited interest in any grain and the variety of sellers influenced the downward price trend. Hardest hit was rapeseed which dropped seven to 12 cents. Wednesday's volume of trade was bushels of oats. 74.000 of barley. 1.653.000 of rye. 1.432.0CO of flax and 2.387.000 of rapeseed. Mid-session Nov. unchanged 9.65A. Dec. 10 lower May unchanged 9.10A. Rapeseed Nov. 12 lower Jan. 11 vz lower March 9Vi lower June 7 lower 5.01A. Rapeseed Thunder Nov 8 lower Dec. 9 lower May 9 lower 4.74A. Dec. lower May unchanged July not open. Dec. 2 lower May unchanged July not open. Rye Dec. Mav 41. lower lower July not open. Grain quotes basis High Close Oct 969 Nov 967 Dec 946 May Rapeseed Nov 532 Jan 527 516 Mar 519 Jun Rapeseed Oct Nov Dec 479 May '486V2 Oct Dec 162 May Jiy Oct 226V4 Dec 226 May 223 Jly Oct 240 Dec May Jly Chicago grain CHICAGO Farm commodity futures again headed to limit and near-limit advances on the Board of Trade but profit- taking trimmed the gains in the closing minutes. Before the last few minutes of soybeans had advanced the limit of 30 cents and wheat 19Vz half a cent short of its limit. Corn futures were up about eight cents and oats more than' three while soybean meal had gained nearly a ton and soybean oil was up about 60 points. The demand for futures was in sharp contrast to the selling activity in recent during which limit declines were posted. The buying was influenced by rains over scattered sec- tions of the midwestern United where harvesting of grains is well under way. There was some buying that was considered an overlapping from the previous session and some buying influenced by a downward revision of Russian grain pro- duction this year. Prices were strong from the opening bell and there were only few sustained selling most of which fell apart after moves of a few cents. The demand in most pits appeared strong into the bell. _ At the soybeans were up about 15 Nov. wheat 12 cents Dec. com up 2Vz Dec. 2.3ft and oats up around 2 Dec. 1.19V4. Grain quotations Wednesday. Dec Mar May Jul Sep 3.51.. Corn Dec May Jul Sep Dec Mar 2.26. Dec. Mar Jul 1.23Vz. Livestock Calgary CALGARY Receipts to 11 a.m. Thursday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled about 400 mostly slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was slow on steers and moderately active on heifers and cows. Slaughter steers sold a full 50 cents lower to a narrow demand. Heifers sold steady and cows were mostly in the lower grades selling about f 1 lower. Bulls sold lower. Steers Al and 2 44 to 45.50. Heifers Al and 2 41 to 42.40. Cows Dl and 2 30.50 to D3 29.50 to D4 25 to 29. Good bulls 38 to 40. Replacement cattle were mostly short-keep steers and heifers in the heavier weight range selling at steady prices. A few good stock calves sold early at steady prices. Good feeder steers more than 850 pounds 44 to 50. Good feeder heifers 700 pounds 43 to 47.50. Good stock steer calves more than 400 pounds 55 to 63. Good stock heifer calves more than 400 pounds 45 to 53. Hogs sold fob Calgary to 11 a.m. average base price 53.60. 'Fort Macleod FORT MACLEOD On offer by Fort Macleod Auction Market last week were head of cattle and calves. On the market on choice steers and heifers was off about with the A 3s and A 4s discounted heavily. A good offering of feeder steers and heifers met keen demand. Choice steers medium and very overf inlshed steers medium and very overflnished heifers 38-40.80. Good cows with heifery kinds to medium cows earners and cutters good bulls 37- 40.90. Feeder cattle sold very ac- tively as a wide selection of good quality yearling steers and heifers were on offer. Good feeder steers to 800 to 900 9046.30. Good yearling heifers to 750 to 700 47.60-51.50. Trade on top quality ranch calves Oct. 22 to Oct. 26 was a shade easier than last week with second cuts and plainer calves selling in the mid 50s. Heifer calves were fairly steady with Charolais cross replacement heifers selling as high as 73.50. Choice steers calves to 475 to 550 60-68. Choice heifer calves to 575 with replacement quality to Charolais cross replacement to 73.50. The above noted prices were for top quality ranch dehorned and castrated. Horn- ed calves and bull calf prices are off to per hundreweight thereby un- necessarily losing dollars that could be in your pocket. Hog prices EDMONTON Average prices to 11 a.m. Thursday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board with Wednesday's average in 53.60 Red 53.65 53.60 Nil Fort Nil Total hogs sold Wednes- day average 56.91. Sows average 40.35. For oil storage Huge a deserted mine in the Teeside area in the north of England near may be used as storage for crude oil. Imperial Chemical Industries plans to convert the mine into an oil store capable of-taking up to nine million tons of crude oil. Return of phosphates use in soap suggested TORONTO a swing back to the use of phosphates in detergents despite the protests of en- says W. Robert new president of the Canadian Manufacturers of Chemical Specialties Association. of the hazards of many experts now recommend the use of the executive of Erco Industries Ltd. of Toron- a major phosphates said in an inter- view. He argued that government bans on detergent phosphates are ineffective because deter- gents account for only 30 per cent of phosphates found in typical sewage. they still have to treat for phosphates in the sewage treatment and it Farm credit WINNIPEG The president of the Canadian Cattlemen's Association says farm credit must be tailored to the needs of and an integral part of the fanner's dollar worries is the shortage of farm labor. George Morris told a Cana- dian Bankers Association conference on farm credit that before farmers can use capital must solve the farm labor farm help is hard to get and hold. of the best future farmers are those sons of farmers who are enticed away for higher He urged easing incorpora- tion of family farms as a step in the direction of keeping farm operations going. Mr. who has a 425 acre farm near said modem farmers need credit that is based on repayment capacity rather than on equity-or security. farmers and govern- ment must pay more attention to intermediate loans. Mr. a member of a panel said farmers also must exercise restraint in credit moves. He prised such plans as the Alberta future farmers loan program which teach youngsters how to han- dle farm credit. I. D. manager of the Bank of Montreal's agricultural credit depart-. ment in said credit facilities are needed to help farmers and those who lack proven managerial ability. He said those wanting to enter farming should either go into the business part as he has or should have a farmer father. The starting fanner would have to have a fair amount of ensured equity. like any other isn't easy to get in- Another panel Saskatchewan Deputy Agriculture Minister D. F. outlined that province's programs to bank land and give people on a lend lease to land that they may purchase after five years. Mr. interviewed criticized perpetual mortgage arrangements and emphasized private ownership as a good human trait that makes for good farming. Replying to a he said for certain types-of farm credit has been too easy. may be one of the reasons why 75 per cent of farms are not viable and 25 per cent are doing 80 per cent of BEEF FUTURES WINNIPEG Live beef futures close Wednesday. Nov Jan Mar May 52.00N. Tuesday's 15 contracts. wouldn't cost any .more to handle more phosphates than now Since the federal government has restricted phosphate content in detergents to five per cent. The average permitted level in the United States is about 20 per cent. CITES SHORTAGE The of the phosphate debate has created a new shortage of elemental phosphorus. has been precipitated by uncertainty in the industry throughout North America about government policies on the role of phosphates in Mr. Cale says. has been His company raised the price of elemental phosphorus to 28 cents a pound from 25. The of sodium the common detergent has risen to a hundredweight' from increase of 14 per cent. Mr. Cale says these price in- creases and the impending shortage of phosphates are echoed in the petrochemicals that are the other major com- ponents in detergents and the result will be further price increases at the retail level. don't think the consumer has suffered but anything based on petrochemicals is de- veloping a higher cost Ot Systems 1003 4th Avenue Lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The 3 jfflotel Fwnto B.C. Color TV DD Tolophontt See You For Lease TENDER NOTICE COMMERCIAL CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE be accepted for the MHowIng MunlClpM MGrMi 1M North Mayor MkgrMM Legal deecrlpOon Lot I. Btock Plan 4179 JK being MM by the Truetee of the EMate ol Plumbing Hotting Ltd. In to M tubmtttM to W. M. Lord. C. A. Sit Ttn Si. P.O. Box Aioerta. Pnone prior to 10 a.m. November 14. 1973 M which time a meeting WIN be held at 5l9-7th St. to open and announce the All tenders ara invited to attend the meeting. Only teaMd will be accepted marked Eatate of Plumbing 4 Heating Ltd. in The nigheM or any tender not naceiaartty accepted. W. R. Lord. UCTION LTD. I ;