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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta lueidoy, Novombw 9, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 17 Stronger trend evident today TORONTO (CP) Prices in all major sectors of the Toronto stock market climbed fraction- ally higher in moderate mid- morning trading loday, inter- rupting two consecutive declin- ing sessions. The industrial index was up .16 to 162.C.1, golds .45 to 143-69, base metals .35 lo 70.36 and western oils .13 to 198.82. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up sharply from al the same time Monday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 92 lo 72 with 159 issues unchanged. Strongest of the industrial in- dex's 17 sub-groups was com- munications. Banking, oil refining, steel, pipeline and beverage issues were fractionally lower. Trading resumed in al! the shares of Seaway Multi-Corp, Levy Industries and Security Capilal Corp-, following a one- day trading halt Monday. Sccurilv Capilal announced it has agreed lo purchase control- ling interest of Seaway, which controls Falconbridgc dropped lo Seaway Mulli-Coj-p to Asatncra to Hanger to Sll''i L.abrador Mining '2 to and Acklands !.i to Sj'i. Wcstcoast Transmission was off lo Alberta Gas Trunk "x to Moore ''i to S337s and Scurry-Rainbow to STOCKS NOON MONTREAL (CP) Prices moved fractionally lower in light trading on the Montreal stock market loday. On indi'x, industrials v.-rc up .01 to 167.49 while utilities fell .14 to 144.50. banks .32 to 203.20, the composite .05 to 167.19 and papers .19 to 67.34. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at II a.m. was shares compared with 208.900 al (lie same time Mon- day. Highlight gains, Graflon Group Ltd. was up to Du Pont to and Placer Development 'a to Montreal Trust was off Vz to Sandwell and Co. 'i lo Southam Press to and Ivaco T'i lo Wall SI. Noon NEW YClK (AP) Selcc- j live buying in some recently de- pressed' issues helped turn Hie stock market higher today. Trading was The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial slocks was up 3.73 to 841.27. Among Canadians on the Nysc, Dome Mines was up 1's to International Nickel gained -Is to and Canadian Pacific gained '.'i to On the Amex, Scurry Rainbow Oil lost 'i to Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures: Nov. 33.85N: Jan. 33.50; Mar. 32.75N; May 31.00B. Friday's volume: eight con- tracts. BAIi CAR IMPORTS DAR ES SALAAM (Renter) The Tanzanian government announced Monday a ban on the import of al! cars, both new and second hand, intended for pri- vate use. An official announce- ment gave no reason for the surprise move. The E. A. Supervisor LETHBRIDGE Tel: 327-5514 you to keep more of your income tax dollars. So why don't you? Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative, INSURANCE COMPANY Miscellaneous quotatwns Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied liy Doherly, Rondhoiisc and McCiiiiig) (11-00 fl.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Alia East Gas Asm era Asliland tip Oil Gas Can South cdn Rx Gas Cdn Homestd ftln Homu Pfd Cdn Ind Gni Oil run Long Is Cdn Supnr con Del Rio LAST WI) OR SALE fl.rn Hud bay Oil Husky Oil Musky Oil Hi'Sky Oil fl.m. Quotes) Wfi S.il) 3.35 8.10 fhipftai Gl Ctfn Oil LochiPl Mill City Place Intt-r Prov Stttl KB her RtS Dufnult MGF Manage Pnciflc West Crln Send While Yukon CALGARY rner Pfd 51.87W Mutu.1l Ac 537 lfl.50 Gr F -1.7! 5.14 lft 00 Hat Res 6.20 6.7B 47.ro N W Fin 4.21 4.63 610 N W 5.25 5.77 1l'27Vi Principal Gr 3.7B 4 14 7 00 Royfund 5.'o J -1' AN Temp Gr 5.10 United Ac 1 75 Universal Sav 6.71 7.37 11 37'A Unlvust 5.10 5.60 2 So Vanguard 9.3B 10.28 3.flO VANCOUVER A MINES 0.25 Anuk Arctic Mining .06 Alias Explor -23 Bath Norsa -59 .if) Brencla 3-55 .02 Churchill Copper .44 .31 Croyden .13 PIPELINE STOCKS Alia Tr L A 47.25 Alfa Gas Tr L Pfd 77.SO AIM Ma) Gas 20.01 Inland rJnl Gas N and C Gas Dankcf Dolly Varden Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot 12.12Vi GrnnlSle 13.7.S Kamloops Copper 6.00 .06 6.00 Ponder Ranger Spoonsr Rair 50 11.25 14.12' 1.00 Total t> Ti5 Ulster U'est Decallfl 6.ftO Pclc 8.87'. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqualalnp Brlnco Cdn A Ccfn Brew B Cdn Pacific Inv Crowsnest Ind Home Oil 0 Mud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil ......_ _ Pfd 28.'JO Lornex Pacific. Gas Tr 12.75 Lytton Minerals .''l C-nz Metro Pi Imer .D6V; Gal Metro Pfd A Pyramid -33 IV Cdn P 34.00 Silver Standard 1.02 Tr Cdn P Pfd B Texmont .37 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 6175 Trolan .55 Tr Oin P War 9 5s Valley Copper 7.70 VIC Trans 24.00 WC Res AS MUTUAL FUNDS INDUSTRIALS Great Pacific 4.67 Block Bros 2.80 AM Cdn Com 7.83 0 54 B C. Sugar 17.10 All Cdn Divid 8.BO 9.62 B.C. Sutjar Pfd 16.50 All Cdn Vent 3.50 3.fi2 Copt Inter 6.25 1.1.50 Amr Gr F 5.97 6.56 Crestbrooks F Ind 2.75 AGF Special 2.72 Growers B 3.00 Cdn Invest F i lower 2.42ri, Dec. I'.it lower May Fs mver July IVz lower lAi. Hnpeseed Nov. lower 2.72-S.. Jan. "i lower March 'k lower 2.74, June 7i lower 2.72s. Ilapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec. 'i higher 2.57, May '2 low- er July unchanged 2.64 Oats: Dec. 'i higher 66'.2, May unchanged G8, July !n higher C7'.2. Barley: Dec. 'i lower 1.05'i, May 'i lower l.Ofl'.i, July not open. Rye: Dec. 2 lower 97'..-, May 2'h lower 1.033B. July not open. High Low Close Flat Nov 243 242'2 Dec 263'i 2 May 246 244 Jly" 248'z 24R'z Kapeseed A'ancouver Nov 278U 273 27 Jan 2S2 27fi7a 27 Mar 273'i 27 Jim 27S 273'i 27 Kapesced Thuiulfr Hay Livestock market report Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Department of Agriciillure) On offer to a.m. 327 cattle. Receipts mostly replacement cattle and stock cows. Trade active. Good and choice butch- er s'.ecrs meeting good demand prices strong to 25 cents higher. Good and choice butcher hei- fers also meeting good demand, pi-ices fully 25 higher. All classes of cows under pressure prices 25 cents or more lower. Medium and good replacement cattle selling at strong prices. Choice steo'-s 32.25 to 32.90; good 31 to 32. Choice heifers 31.25 to 31.90; good 30 to .11; medium 28.50 to 20.50. Good cows 20.75 to 21.25: medium 19.50 to 20.50; canners and cutters to 18. Good heavy feeder steers over BOO Ibs. 32 to 34. Good light stock steers 600 to 700 Ibs. 34 to 37. Good feeder heifers 30 to 32.50. Butcher hogs sold Monday Lethbridge 23.70 to 24.25 base j price. Good lambs 20 to 21. Calgary livestock CALGARY fCP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m.. about head: mostly mixed grades of slaughter cattle and stock calves. Trade was fairly ac- tive. Slaughter steers and heifers were relatively scarce with steers selling steady, condition considered and heifers steady with no strictly choice kinds. Cows were under pressure and sold 50 certs to lower. Bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 'n.ti to 32.90, gucd to medium 30 to 31. Low choice heifers 31.25 to .11.70, good 30.25 to 31.25, medium 23 Ui 30. Good cows 20.25 to 21, .ncdimn 19 to 20, canners and cutters 1C to 18.50. Good bulls 22.50 to 24. Replacements were mostly mixed grades of stock calves, selling steady. Light stock steer calves weighing about 600 pounds sold to 46 Replacement cattle sold fair- ly steady. Gor.d feeder steers 31.50 lo 35.50. Good feeder heifers 29 to 32.50. Good stock and feeder cows 21.50 to 26. Good stock steer calves less than 4W pounds 42 to 46, more than 400 pounds 39 to 43.50. Good slock heifer calves 31 to 31.50. Hogs base price 24.30. The stockyards will be opni for trading Remembrance Day. Cardston Livestock CARDSTON On offer at the Cardston and District Live- stock Ar.ction for the week I ending Nov. 6 were cat- tle and calves. Bred cows sold to depending on quality. Fair to medium butcher steers 31.50; fair to medium butcher heifers 30.70; good butcher cows 21 lo 23.75 with heifery kinds to 27.60; fair to medium butcher cows 17 to 19; and bulls 21.90 to 23.80. j Good yearling feeder steers i (600 to 700 pounds' 36.50 to 38.50; fair to medium feeder steers (700 lo 800 pounds) 34 to .15.80; good yearling feeder heifers (700 to 800 pounds) 31 to 32.50 with over 800 pound of. fcrings selling 20 to 30.75. Good steer calves 42 to 45.30; fair lo medium steer calves 40 lo 42; good heifer calves 34 to 33; fair to medium heifer calves 31 to 33.75. WOMAN GOES OVER Annie E. Taylor, a Bay City, Mich., schoolteacher, went over' Niagara Falls in a barrel in 1001. By Gene Fawcette WHY ISTMERENOBAK.WA S33A? BANANAS HAVE NEVER BEEN USEDSUCCESSFULLYIN DRiNKS BECAUSE OF THEIR DiSCOURASiNSLY- RAPlD TEN- DENCY TO 3ROWN AND CHANSE iVCK, OBSTACLE HAS BEEN OVERCOME 3YA NEW PROCESS JUST DEVELOPED IMAUSTRALIA... PHOTOTYPE DRlNX. CARBONATED MO NON-CARBOUATED. SM flVES f Atian suti !ndu 1 Bell Tel Brazil Trt B.C. Til Bt-rns B.C. ForP! P C. Suoai r CAE Ind Crin Drpw Chcmctll 5.75 7.3712 Molscns A 6.03 Molions B 8.00 North, Cent tt Power Corp Prize Co Rothmans n.75 St Law Corp Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Sears i Steel ot Can Selkirk A 17.00 li.co Wiclrim Intern Mogul New V.'er.t Home New Atnona .13 6 G5 Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Eat Coos C-B! Dirt Sea Dom Rrit Dom Tex Union Cer v.'eston's 19 00 Woodward's 5 75 cd 1? Zenilfi Elec Sd 1 -5 Dome Pete BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Tor-Dem 2.00 2225 15.62'i 25.62V) 25.50 100'ls 107 Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Mari- time potato futures: no trades Friday. "LETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST" THE GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT [S NOW OPEN At 1517 Mayor Magrath Drive Come in and fry our original Chinese food and steaks TAKE OUT ORDERS PHONE 328-2525 OPEN Mon.-Wed. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.m.-3 a.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-12 New York stocks (Supplied By Hicliardson Securities of Canada) and T Sears 93.00 20 Golds 147.50 up 4.36 la 13 25 Std Oi let N.J, 10 Base Met 70.J3 up 2-1.62'-; Texas Gulf 15 W Oils 199-75 Up 1.06 lit iErlr ii'i 70 Elec 88 30 Indust Bdfl.32 up 2.77 Steel 57.00 10 Rails 231.03 Up 1.46 rvrster 71; 13' 15 Utilities 113.27 up .73 :opper 2J.3S TORONTO AVERAGES 793.93 up 1.34 mcry Ward 31.55 JO Indus! 143.35 up Volume SHELL CANADA LIMITED REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING STAFF EXPERIENCED LABORATORY TECHNICIAN The position involves routine genera i nnd gas chroma tographic analysis, pollution monitoring work and sonij non-routine tasks nl the Walerton Gcis Plant laboratory. Two positions ore available due to plant expansion. Applicants -should n diploma from a rfc- nni.irrrj irrhrwnl inMititln nnH pirfprnbly hnvr snmf> HEAD 5TEAM ENGINEER Ihf position involves the responsibility main- taining the efficient operolion of steam, water, air and rfflurnt trcolinn facilities at Waterton Gas Plant in the Pincher Creek orca. Applicants should possess o valid Alberta Firsl Class Steam Ccrlificate and preferably will have tome [jns plan) experience. Intorcslcrl opplicnnti sliould WRITE slating qual- and cxpcrionco to SHELL CANADA UMITED P.O. Box 108D PINCHER CREEK, Alberta Allotition: Office Supnrvisor PRINCIPAL WANTED THE EDMONTON CATHOLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT Invites applications for the Principolship of the propos- ed J. H. Picard High School to be opened in September, 1972. This school will offer a bilingual (English-French) pro- gram to approximately six hundred students enrolled in Grades VII to XII inclusive. The successful applicant must possess or qualify for an Alberta Teoching Certificate and have -the necessary administrative experience, training ond leadership qualifies for a school of this type. To apply, write to: H. M. MACDONALD, Staffing Officer Edmonton Catholic School Dislrict 9807 106 Street .EDMONTON 14, Alberta Canada Trust USE OUR NEW BRIDGE FINANCING PLAN TO BUY THESE HOMES NOW Finding the down payment for that new home before you sell your old one can be a headache. We have the curt'. It's called "Bridge If you buy your homo through us, we'll grant you an interest-free loan of up to for 3 months, depending on the equity in ynur presenl home. for HURON PLACE MEDITERRANEAN STYlt bungalow in WOOICO AREA. 3 Bedroom-., Dinina. mom, I1? baths and oltached garagr. Sliding glair, doors onlo large built-up patio. Jorge mortgage available. M.L.S. CLEAR TITLE Allows new financing en excellent well maintained two brdroom bungalow located in choice Northside arco. Wall lo wall throughout, two extra nicely finished bnsc- mcnt bedrooms. We will arrange financing for a qualified purchase to a full price of Exclusive. BUILT TO BE LIVED-IN by n fnrnily. 4 bedrooms. Large dining room with boy windows. Comfortable living room, with leaded git ss window. Bo I h room on main floor. Eating, area in kit- chen, fairly m.-w gnrage on deep lot. Full price OVERLOOKING GYRO PARK Beautiful ihree bedroom air-conditioned homo with HEAT- ED swimming pool. One and a half baths. Family area off kitchen, So para to dining room, lorge rumpus room in basement. Phnnr for private showing. M.L.S. CANADA TRUST 3rd Ave. ond 7th 51. 5. Phono 327-6581 GEORGE SCOTT, F.R.I. 327-3783 VINCENT HARTY 327-0492 PHYL MOWERS, F.R.I. 327-3359 LYNN SELMAN 327-6396 Purchases (NO DISCOUNT ON LUNCH COUNTER PURCHASES) around do all your Christmas shopping ;