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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tucidoy, November 2, 1771 THE IETHBRIDGE HCRAltl 13 Livestock report Miscellaneous Sulphur producers I- Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Sharp decline in stock prices beirg Ijarcly steady. Replace- ment calllc were mostly heavy short-kwp steers selected from I slaughter cattle offerings and j sold steady. Goad feeder steers under pounds 31.50 to 37.25, 750 Receipts pounds up 32 to 33.50. Good slock steer calves 40 to to 11 a.m. Mailed 2.4001 good stock heifer calves 32 to lostlv slaughter steers 35.50. Lethbrldge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT I'KESS TIME TODAY Calgary livestock CAUiAllY ICP) on the Caigary livestock mar a l Supplied by Dohcrly. Roailliousc and LAST KID OR SAI.K am. Quotes) nee Quo! lhead, I and calves. Trade was active, j Slaughter steers sold steady. He-ifers were in short supply and sold oa a fully steady to strong basis. Cows were main- ly medium and canner kinds Hogs J3.40. average price Cardsron Livestock TORONTO (CP) Prices I was off to SlSli, Deltan Corp. dropped sharply lower in to SS'.i, Berr.cam Inlcrna- sectors of the' Toronto slock itinnal Industries to aid market for the second eonsecii- KKD Ltd. to live session in active mid-inovn- j KKVEIISE COURSE ing trading today. i YORK (AP) Stock The industrial index was off markct priccs revcrscd course 1.46 to 158.31, golds -1.70 lo; erasing a dillm ,9 ,5. Medium to M to sharp early loss. i mws 20 to 21.50, cannors The Dow average of .10 !n- and cutlers Hi to 1U.50. Good 46.00: heavy 40.00 to 43.10 oOO- dustrials at noon was up 1.32 at: bulls 22 to 23.50. MO Ibs.; good heifer calves 827.18. Earlier, the Dow had Replacements were mainly j 35.00 to 38.10; fair to medium j been off more than seven stock calves with early sales 32.no to 34.50. I points and sold steady. Bulls lower. Choice steers" 32.25 to 32.70, good 31 to H2, medium 2S.50 to I Choice heifers 30.75 to food to 30.50. me- 132.82, western oils 3.53 to 1M.I4 and base metals .46 Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up sharply from the traded at tho same time Monday. Declines out numbered ad- vances by more than thrce-to- one, 212 to 48 with 159 issues unchanged. Weakest of the industrial in- dex's 17 sub-groups were bever- ages, rr.ercbandisiM.', real es- tate and oil refining. Fourteen of the sub-groups were lower. Paper and forest and food processing issues edged frac- tionally higher. Dome Pete was down Pi to Montreal Trust 1 to Seagrams 1 to S51'3, Ranger to Sherrilt 3K to Sll and International U t i 1 i t i e s i to 'j. CP IM. dropped to S11' Home A to Inco 'i lo Dome Mines to Sin. Imperial Oil lo 528-v, and Noranda '.i lo S2.Ts. Aquitaine was up 'i lo Crush to Si Murphy Oil 'i to SI TV, Pino Point ?22 and Investors Group A to CARDSTON Ctrdslon and District Livestock Auction for week ending Oct. 30. The Oct. 27 sale was cancelled due to weather conditions. On Salur- dav calves were sold. WE5TERH OILS Alminex t. Alta East Gas Asamera AZshlanrt Oil B. P. Oil Cdn Southern Cdn uexpon G, Cdn Homestead Cdn Home Pfd Cdn In Gas Cdn Long IE. Cdn Superior Central Del Rio Charter Chieftan Dome Pet" Dynamic Pele Great Plains Great Cdn Oil Lcclliel Expl. Mill City New Copt North Cdn oil Numac Pan Ckesn Permo Petrel pinnacle Place Gfli Ponder i 111 (Inn I fn ii id] Ud. about i! (i] ii i n 1 i1! n i I i i I I i "-h II of CiunniercisJ I i n jlid n d i ii id it ntpou p u t mi it i th in produc p n I" tj-istruc i n ilf nnr mir 1 I n ilf- in flnd Jin oiivcr. Mr Daniel told a rr.iiiinr -.1111 examining i I 11 In 11 l Pa The however, there is adequate pro- :iw limiting camping on public vision in other laws and regula- tions to control this kind of pub- lic land use. Mr. Brown said pulp produc- ernmcnt f1 'P72 otiri fni-oci By Gene Fawcelte THE CHEMICALS THAT C-IVE CHIPS AMD FRENCH FRIES CHARACTERISTIC AND DESIRABLE FLAVOR HAVE BEENJpENTjnED. THIS COULD CALGARY (CP'> Wcstcoast j Petroleum Ltd. announced Mon- sion. lands and forest minister j Allan Warrack said Monday, j The law, passed at the 1971 session by the former Social Credit government, appears (o be aimed at Indian and Metis people, the minister said in an interview. The passage of the bill had been fought bitterly by the 10- man Conservative opposition of the time. Dr. Hugh Hcrner, now deputy-premier, had labelled ii "blatant discrimination.'' COMPLAINTS LODGED Dr. Warrack said the legisla Four-dav work studv eek Husky Oil Oil B Hur.ky Oil 'A'ar Inter Pic CAUiAKY iL'I sulphur pnxlti; In i IK ip il( i plmr pif Pacific I V.'est PIPELINE STOCKS Alt-3 Ga5 Tr L A Alta Tr L Pfd 76.SO Alta Nat Gas 19." Inland Nat Gas 11 V> K ar.d Pacific Gar, Tr Gai Wc-iro Gai Metro Pld A Tr Cdn P Tr Cdn P Pfd B Trojan Copper WC Re? INDUSTRIALS V.'C Ttrans MUTUAL FUNDS Great Pacific All Cdfi Con All Cdn Divid All Crin Vent 2J.13V7 Amr Gr F 5.JS AGF Specisl 23.50 Cdn In F 3i 15'.'? Col Mutual Cmnw Inter -'..S5 Ccrp Invo" 5.62'a Corp In M 1 Dreyfus F U.S Gr Equi'v Invent Gr F Invest Mutual Mutes I Ac Toronto mines, industrials iSnpplirr! By Richardson Securities nl Canada) LAST BID OR SALE w set BE GOOD NEWS FOR OVER- WEIGHT PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD TO SVE UP THE GOODIES BECAUSE OrTHElE HI6H-FAT CONTENT... CALGARY 'CP) A study into a four-clay, 36-hour work v.eck has been approved in a two-year contract between the city and its 1.400 outside em- hire will be asked to repeal the j Dlo'vces Iriay ii will purchase aU shares ac, because of complaints from j which must of Pine Pass and Gas Lid. the ,ndiail and Metis associa-1 stm be hv cltv colmpil Pine Pass produces about 280 l tions that the 30-day limit, with barrels of oil a day, mainly j provisions for fines of up to from the South Inga field in j ton not obeying an evic- a.m. DO S.tTi G Vir, Suiiivar Algotia Afco Allan Bel! Y.K. Brazil Law B.C. R L. B.C. B.C. Suoar CAE CO of Ca" Selkirk Bsy Hydra Ex. Cdn C-r Col Mtn Cal Coror. C.V.'.N. Ana con 12' Canada Shore Cdn Cdn ton's R I. G r Cdn McNee Cons Cons S7; Disl Mogi-f Dom Hoi Atnona Dom ova 11- Dom Horse Copp Dome Fam Fd of Amer i Gt Cdn Oil 1 Gen Akaitcho Black Gt Lakes j Gulf Oil Poin1 Greyhound Hawker DRV. P. C. Exn. Huron, Man Hiram Imperial Gorrior Int Miller Int Rock Inv Gp Int Indus! Accept 18.37VJ Laurentide 5-50 Kelly Doug A 5.25 Loeb Loblaw A 4.95 Metro Store-, 15.25 Massev Fero WcMliian Bloe Dickenson Denison Mines Deer Horn O'Eldor.s 70-62' 7 .DJ .13 5J.OT Cermris Western Harg c Wlllroy Windfall Br Zcnmat l ill n mrf Mon- ict n (nip'o crs ttiil i 1 d ft f l.i i i n i l i th i in o (f I 1 ,Io ti i kci a e on i( i r ntmplo ment I i F i i i ich the com- n i t npi i mrnl 1 L t-fils to make Mi i (i n Iliui ages will receive S17B for a c i i1] i nt m n said Tn it m i li i n iwt have t d fi i 11 1 IT 011 Innds in B.C. and Alberta. (JUOltl northeastern British Columbia, lion order, was directed at The company also has interests i their people. 70.000 acres of exploratory! have no way of knowing the old government's mind, bvit i certainly they, (native peo- pies) being tlie only full-time j occupiers of public land, would i he the ones affected.1' he said. 1 The Social Credit govern- nicnt had cited fears of young I people setting up bush com- r K, i mimes as a principal reason has been increased to five bi- j said. shels per quota acre m all !___________________________ i prairie shipping blocks, the Ca- j i r.atiian wheat board announced j today. The change, which represents I an increase of two bushels per i quota acre, went into effect j also provides members of Lo- cai 37 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees with double New York slocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) 'EG i CP> Th? reg- j uliiJ' delivery quota on flaxseed I If pay for overtime. The contract becomes effec- tive Jan. 1, 1972, and gives an immediate 10-per-cent wage in- crease by another 3.5 per cent Sept. 1, 1972. and an addi- tional five per cent April J, 1973. Laborers currently earn an hour. Employees with 20 years ?er vice will get five weeks holi day a year. A spokesman for the union said the study into the foui flay week will likely result in its implementation in the next contract to be negotiated. Aver- Cecil Oxenbury Dispensing Opticians Ltd. HAVE NOW MOVED TO Suite 101 Professional PHONE 328-7121 EDMONTON (CPi >rices to 11 a.m. provided iy the Allicrta Hog Producers' eting Board. EdmonKra: 2S.50. Holiday. JS.fil. Ili'i-r: 23.55. Average Mondav. 21.fill. Amr T end T Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler 28.25 Comsat SJ.OO Dupont U5.W GM Gulf Int Harvester 13.50 Kenn Copper Ward 31. CO Sears Std OH of N J. 73 Texas Gul lli.37': Texas Co 31. oa Wickes Corp WDDlworth '5.75 Wesfinphouss E'ec S5.37" U S Steel 26.62' TORONTO AVERAGES 20 Indus! 159.27 off Golds 132.82 10 Bate Met 68.14 .43 IS W 197.77 off 1.90 Volume NEW YORK AVERAGES 30 Indust up 20 Rails Wl 39 Up .07 is Utiiitie: '11.38 ur w 65 Stocks up volume s I X Dividends By Till': CANADIAN I'lUCSS Av- r.pe Monday. 23.52. Uoydminstrr: No sales Monday, Prairie: No sa'es. Average Monday. '2'2.K1 Total liocs sold Monday 710, avorase 23.73. MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES APPOINTMENT MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES Is pleased to announce thnt JOHN KEIVER Has rejoined their Sales Slaff and effective immed- iately will be resident Salesman at Ihoir Blaiimore Branch. John is well qualified in the mobile home sales field and is looking forward lo moetinc new friends and customers in the Crowsnest Pass aiea. John was born nnd educated in having more recently taken a Business Administration course at the lethbridge Communily College. He look', foiward to inlroducinn, ye.u lo the now Park- wood, Paramount and Glondale line of Mobile Homos (or 1972. Hrilish C'oluniliia Trloplionc (n.. Ordinary 80 cents Jan. 1 i coord Dec." 17; per cent Calearv 2340 Mon- pfd. Feb. 1, record Jai per cent pfd. .Ian No sales. Aver, i l. record Dec. 17; 43i per cent pfd si.18 .Ian. 15. record Dec ;il; per cent pfd. 1956 series fl.lS Jan. 15. record Dec. 31 per cent pfd. 30'i cents Jan. 1, record Dee. 17: 5.15 per cent pfd. ?1.28 Jan. 15. record Dec- 31. C li ry si rr Corp.. 15 rents (I1 .S.i Dee. record N'ov. C. Corp.. 35 cents (U.S.) Nov. record N'ov B. The Investors Cioup. iix'C per cent pfd.. wra series 31'i cents Feb. 1. record Jan. H1. Shell Camilla Ltd.. Class A cents Her. 15. record Nov. 17. Shell Investments Mil.. 51 per ecu! pfd., first pfd. 27' cents Jan. 1. record Dec. in. Trsani Canada l.til., 21 cents Nnv. record N'ov. r.'. Uestc'iiast 'rransinissuin (o. 1 til., ".i cents Dec. 211, record Dec. 10. MAIN KXWliTS livilain is one of the world's InrtfcM exporters of aircraft, inolor vehicles, electrical equip- ment elieniicals, textiles and most types of mnchinej-y. INDIAN LEADER IN BRITAIN Mrs. h-.diro Gondhi, (lie Indian prime minister, is escorted by British Foreign Secretary Sir Alc.c Dr.uglas-Homn following her arrival at London Airport. Shn flew in from Vienna on l-cr world- rouging tour to icelt support foi India in its confrontation with Pakistan. IN It-lUBRIDCT: 613 'lih Avr. South Telephone 328.42H ;