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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD November 5. 197 The Herald Business Winnipeg Stocks Miscellaneous Montreal by McQualg 11 A.M. QUOTES WESTERN OILS AND MINES Afton Mines 9.80 Albany Oil .90 Alminex 7 30 Asamera 16 SO Ashland 13.90 Alta East Gas 7.50 BP Canada 15.25 Brenda Mines 8 90 Can South 6 25 Cdn Ex Gas 4 20 Cdn Homestd 8 40 Cdn Ind Gas OH 9.75 Cdn Long Is .20V4 Chieftan 1337V4 Cdn Super 57 37Vi Dome Pete Dynasty 1250 Fort Reliance 24 Giant Mascot 310 Gibraltar Mines 1300 Gramsie 9 50 Gt Plains 29 50 Gt Cdn Oil S 8 80 Lochiel 3 25 Lytton Mm 1.50 Noble Mines 1 24 North Cdn Oils 7 50 Numac Pancdn Pete 14 25 Pan Ocean 1887Vz Petrol 1 66 Pinnacle .23 Place Gas 60 Ponder 60 Ranger 32 00 Scurry Rain 22 25 Seibens 16 25 Spooner .43 Total Pete 7.00 Ulster Pete 1.22 United Canso 26 00 West Pete- 675 W Decalta 8 00 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd Aquitaine 24 37 Vt BC Sugar Pfd 14 62 Vi Block 3 45 Cdn Pac Inv A 35.75 Com Cap Corp 2 90 Cdn Brew A Pfd 25.75 Cdn Brew B Pfd 30.25 Crestbrook Ind 12 50 Crowsnest Ind 30 00 Falcon Copper F and M Trust 5 00 Genstar 1912Yz Global Com Unit 45.50 Home A 5075 Home B 46 75 Hud Bay Co 20 50 Hud Bay Oil 46 00 Hud Bay A Pld 55 00 Hugh Russell 60 50 Husky Oil 26 50 Husky B Pfd 42 12Vi Husky D War 11 25 Husky E War 1300 Hys Canada 4.05 Inter Prov Pipe 910 Inter Prov Steel 1475 Kaiser Res 4 25 Loblaw C Pld 28 Magnasonics 7 50 Pacific Pete 32 00 Pac West Air 9.50 Pe-Ben Oilfield Rainier Inc 4 Royal Trust Sandweil Teledyne West Cdn Seed Westfield Weston A Pfd White Yukon 28.25 5.75 4.50 600 1.40 61 25 1025 PIPE LINE STOCKS Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pfd 67 50 Alta Nat Gas 20 25 Inland Nat Gas 9 62VJ Gaz Metro 5 25 Gaz Metro A 67.50 N and C Gas 11.00 N and C B Pfd 23 50 Pacific Trans 11 00 Trans Can Pipe 33.00 Tr Can A Pfd 60.00 Tr Can B Pfd 39 25 Tr Can War 7 25 WC Trans 17 75 wr Trans wts 3 55 CALGARY Acroll .69 Barons Oils 04 North Contmen West Warner 32 VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explor 36 Batti Norse .79 Dankoe 2.18 Davenport 46 Dolly Vard 21 Equitonal Res 18 Lornex 1312Yz Primer .08 Pyramid Silv Stand 1 35 Valley Copper 11.00 INDUSTRIALS Colum Brew 3 65 Key Indus 18 Wardair 1.70 OILS PRP Explor 95 Plains Pete 24 Ponderay Explor 86 Stamp Intl Res 1 00 MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com 7 39 8.03 All Cdn Div 7.83 8 51 All Cdn Ven 3 92 4.26 Amer Grow F 5.57 612 AGF Special 2 99 Cdn Invest F 5 36 5 88 Col Mutual 23 6 84 Common Inter 1490 1637 Common Lever 381 419 Common Ven 7 30 8.02 Corp Invest 6 66 7 32 Corp Invest S F 5 61 6 16 Dreyfus Fund US 11 66 1278 Grt Pacific 4 99 5.46 Grpd Income 3 70 4 07 Grow Equity 8 24 9 05 Invest Grow F 13 04 14.26 Invest Mutual 617 675 Mut Accum 649 7 14 Mut Grow Fund 3 86 4 24 Nat Res 5 40 5.93 NW Cdn 6 02 6 62 NW Grow 5 24 5 76 Pnn Grow 5 20 5 71 Provident Mut 813 889 Royfund 7 29 7 59 Templteon Grow 835 915 Unit Accum 5 37 5 90 Univer Sav 835 9.19 Univest 653 718 Vanguard 6 80 7 45 Toronto industrials by Richardson Securities of 11 A M Tel Forest Advocate Sugar Valley Ind Ind Brew Cellulose Can NW Power Canada Cred Gas Pfd Central Indus Marconi Vickers Cons Coin Bathurst Dickenson Gas Demson Seagrams Bridge Dome Discovery Textile East Stores East Pete Mobile Giant Y Cdn Oil Motors Lakes Paper Hudson Bay Oil Cda Hydra Iron Sid Walker Joliet Erie Kerr Oil Key Nickel Lake Pipe Langis Grp A Madsen R Interna Malartic Accept Martin Doug A Intern A Nu West New Ferguson New Bloed Corp Northgate A Moisons B Pine Placer Cent Pax Exp Quebec Man Ray rock .12 105 Corp Price Co Rothmans Shell CDA Rio Roman Corp Sherritl Sears Steel Canada Steep A Tek Corp. Traders Grp A United Canso Western Mines W House Copper Mines Wright Hargreaves Willroy 350 3.05 .91 122 Mtn Pipe Trans Can Pipe Union Carbide Union Gas Union Oil United Siscoe Yellowknife Mfg 11 A.M. A Cdn Kite Algoma StMl Atco Cdn Imperial Agra Scotia Ml Brazilian 5300 1650 2475 19.75 34.75 1700 1050 410 7.75 220 10.50 1925 380 17 21.75 1637'xz 37 12 'A 31 00 1687Vi 44.00 3900 25 87 Vt 10.75 39 3200 9.00 8.80 60.00 2500 17 5550 3075 43 B7Vi 30.75 37.12Vi 2400 9 24 12V4 5.50 5 12V4 11.00 4.85 5.25 14 12V4 2375 3775 57.12Vi 25.62Vi 2500 10.75 13 37Vi 17 62V4 1900 875 32.50 16.75 53.00 1550 3225 1025 15.25 6.80 20.00 21 00 2300 600 3.20 31.25 3900 37 37.75 New York by Ridurdsoii SecurUiei of Amr T4T Anaconda Beth. StMl Chry.wr Comsat Dupont Qeneral Motors Inl. Harvester Kenn Copper Montgomery ward Sears Exxon Texas Oulf Texas Co. Woolworth 2137V4 EUc. 3 U.S. SMM 3525 21.50 Gen. Tel. EMc 28.82VJ 48.25 TORONTO AVERAGES 177.50 20 indutlrlali 232.25 down 2.21 20 Qotdt 295.82 down 2.01 22.50 10 109.00 down 42 is WesMrn Oill 270.W down 4.17 34.25 22.75 NEW YORK AVERAGES 20 induitriMt 923.38 down 11.89 75 20 178 77 down 1.23 30.82H UttlltlM 9103 down .35 27.2S 85 Stocks 283.80 down 2.88 WINNIPEG Sellers far outnumbered and trading was light at mid- session today on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange. Vancouver rapeseed prices dipped to as much as 8V4 cents below previous close and flax lost as much as five cents. Thunder Bay rapeseed and feed grains were generally steady in dull trade. Friday's volume of trade was bushels of of of of barley and 000 of rye. Mid-session Nov. 3 lower Dec. 5 lower May un- changed July not open. Rapeseed Nov. 4Vi lower Jan. lower March 6Vj lower June 8V4 lower 4.83VzA. Rapeseed Thunder Nov. unchanged Dec. unchanged May un- changed. July unchang- ed 4.60A. Dec. Vi lower May unchanged July not open. Barley Dec. not May unchanged July un- changed 2.20A. Dec. 1V4 lower May 1 lower July not open. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dividends are quarterly un- less otherwise noted. Acres five 7.20 per cent Series 90 both payable Jan. record Dec. 1973. Canada Cement Lafarge 12V2 Nov. record Nov. per cent 32V2 Dec. record Nov. 23. Canadian General Securities Class 15. Class 15 both payable Jan. record Dec. 1973. Economic Investment .Trust 62.5 Nov. record Nov. 16. Maclaren Power and Paper Class 30 Class 30 both payable Dec. record Nov. plus an ex- tra of 20 Class A and 20 Class both payable Jan. record Nov. 1973. Rothman's of Pall Mall Can- ada 12Vi 6.85 per cent Series per cent second pfd. all payable Dec. record Dec. 3. St. Lawrence Corp. 15 Feb. record Jan. five per cent series Class Jan. record Dec. 1973. Earnings Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper .Mills .nine months ended Sept. a 27 cents. Canadian Manoir In- dustries nine months ended Sept. 59 cents a 43 cents. Canadian Pacific Investments nine months ended Sept. a 55 cents. Fairview Corp. of Canada six months end- ed Aug 21.6 cents a 18.5 cents. Kerr Addison Mines nine months ended Sept. 67.7 cents a 40.5 cents. Maclaren Power and Paper nine months ended Sept. a Nu-West Development Corp. nine months ended Sept. a 80 cents. Ontario Trust nine months ended Sept. 38 cents a cents. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. ROELOM is our September sales rep. During Septem- Peggy told three had two of her lutings ten and obtained five new llst- Ings for properties. Con- fidence like that why we call ourselves the We are tuned In to people and their real estate problems. Call Peggy or one of the Schwartt Team for your 326-3331. Market prices lower in active TSE trade UvMtook TORONTO All Sec- tors of the Toronto stock mar- ket were sharply lower in ac- tive mid-morning trading today. The industrial consid- ered the major indicator of market fell .85 to 233.61. golds 2.14 to base metals .08 to 109.34 and western oils 3.99 to 270.44. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 compared with 1.14 million at the same time Friday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 221 to 84. with 196 issues unchanged. Industrial paper and steel and utility stocks were among sectors of the market to decline while food processing and pipeline issues were higher Trading resumed at the opening in shares of Rapid Data The stock was off 80 cents to Bow Valley fell Pacific Pete to Mon- treal Trust 4 to Domin- ion Citrus to and To- ronto Star B to Gibraltar Mines was off to Dynasty V4 to and Prado 25 cents to United Canso Oil and Gas slipped to Siebens to and Ranger to Aquitaine Canada rose to Laidlaw to and Shell Canada lu to Can- ada Tungsten was up 10 cents to and Western Decalta 30 cents to MONTREAL Prices were lower in light trading on the Montreal market to- day. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at a.m. was 275.800 compared with 387.100 at the same time Friday. Papers fell 2.21 to banks .74 to industrials .63 to 262.21. the composite .62 to 243.31. and utilities .53 to 147.27. On the Montreal Stock Ex- Anglo-Canadian Pulp and paper fell one to Cominco one to Bank of Nova Scotia to Inter- national Nickel to and Consolidated Bathurst to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change. Stanford Mines rose one cent to 83 cents on shares traded. VANCOUVER Prices dropped generally on light trading at the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Final volume was shares. Speculators Fund topped the up .01 at on 34.800 shares. Thermo Plex was up .02 at on shares. Accent Resources was on 7.300 shares Captain International was at on 5.500 shares Block was at and Crown Zellerbach was at 50. In the mines. Brendon was up .03 at .35 on 271.200 shares. Copex was up .05 at .38 on 700 shares. Gold River was at on 76.700 shares Cutlass was down .05 at on shares. Accent resources was down a half cent at and Northair was up .01 at .58. Leading the oils was PRP down 12 at .93 on 15.700 shares. Seneca was down .03 at 11.14 on shares. Monterey A was .60 on 10.050 shares. Western Ex- plorations was down .01 at .06 on 10.000 shares. Embassy was down .01 at .45 and Stampede dropped .04 to NEW YORK Stock market prices took heavy and broad losses today for a sixth day in a row. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 11.74 at 923.54. The blue- chip indicator had been down more than 13 points earlier in the session. Declining NYSE issues held a four-to-one lead over gainers in moderate trading. The NYSE broad-based index of about common stocks was down .61 at 57.00. Analysts said the oil continuing Mideast high interest rates and signs the economy was not slowing all added to investor uneasiness. On the American Stock Ex- TWA which expire Dec. were the volume down at The Amex market-value index was down .80 at 105.76. Among Canadians on the New York Dome Mines was down 2 to Alcan to Genstar to International Nickel V4 to and Massey- Ferguson Vs to Mclntyre was up 1 to and Canadian Pacific up VB to Seagrams was unchanged at On the American Scurry Rainbow was off Vg to Fort Maolood FORT MACLEOD On offer by Fort Macleod Auction Market last week were head of cattle and calves. On all classes of cattle feeders and slaughter cattle were somewhat lower. All slaughter cattle sold to lower with calves and feeders selling to off last week's quotations. Choice steers medium steers choice heifers medium and overfinished heifers 38-40. Good cows medium cows eanners and cutters good bulls 34-37. Feeder steers and heifers sold strong with relation to slaughter prices but were off to from last week's market Good teeder steers to 800 800-900 45-49. good yearling heifers 46- 4950 From Oct. 29 to Nov. quite a drop was experienced with calves with top quality steer calves selling to per hundredweight and only two carload lots selling to 69.50 Second cut and plainer type Hog prices EDMONTON Average prices to 11 a.m. Monday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board with Friday average in 53.10 Red Deer. 53.15 Calgary 53.85 No sales Total hogs sold Friday average 53.94. Sows average 40.10. steer calves are off more and selling from to per hundredweight. Choice steer calves choice heifer calves with replacement quality to all other weight ranges sold under pressure. Bulls and horned calves are still selling under extreme pressure. Fort Macleod Auc- tion Market strongly recom- mend tarmers castrate and dehorn next year's calf crop as it means an extra to per calf for one day's work. Calgary CALGARY Receipts to 11 a.m. Monday from the Calgary Public Stockyards totalled 300 mostly cows and stock calves. Trade was active. There were no slaughter steers or heifers on offer. Cows were mostly in the lower selling at steady prices. Cows. 30.5a to 32. 29.50 to 30.50. 25 to 29. There were insufficient replacement cattle or stock calves on offer to establish quotations. No hogs were sold to 11 a.m. Preliminary slaughter figure for week ended Oct. Alberta hogs beef Canada hogs beef Dollar value MONTREAL U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Monday was down 4-25 at 29-50 Pound sterling was down 39-50 at 9-50. In New the Canadian dollar was up 4-25 at 21- 50. Pound sterling was down 2- 5 at 1-5. WE MAKE IT EASY AT Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. 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