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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mdoy, Novtmbtr 1971 THf UTHMIDOE HERA1B 28 Stronger trend in light trade TORONTO (CP) Western drifted fractionally oil issues Oil K-jauun ui 11 lower while prices in all other major sectors of the Toronto stock markets moved higher for the second consecutive session in ligtt mid-morning trading The' industrial index was up .09 to 161.44, golds .45 to 15200 and base metals .12 to 70.04. Western oils were .54 to 18fi.ll. Volume by 11 a.m. was 374000 shares, compared wiin at the same time Thurs- Advanccs outnumbered de- clines H2 to 64 with 148 issues unchanged. Industrial mining and trust and ban issues postal frac- tional advances as six of the in- dustrial index's 17 sub-groups moved higher. Chemical, com- munications, food processing and real estate issues were gen- erally unchanged. Chrysler was up to Falconbridgc to Shell Supertest common _ Miscellaneous quotations i New York stocks Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicrty, Koadliouse imd Mediate) LAST BID Oil KALE were mixed to slightly higher in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. On index, industrials were up .96 to 1G4.90, the composite .111 to 165.25 ana" papers .07 to 60.57 while utilities' fell .20 to 141.97 and banks .21 to Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same lime Thurs- day. Highlighting gains on the Montreal Stock Exchange, Fal- conbridge was up ?l'..i to Shell Canada to Pacific Petroleum to ar.d Hud- son's Bay Oil to SM'z. Union'Carbide was off -1i to and Southam Press to a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Alta East Gas Asamera Ashland BP Oil Gas Can Soutli Cdn EX Gas Cdn Homestd Cdn Home Pfd Cdn Ind Gns Oil Cdn Lonci Ir Cdn Super Cniirter Chleftan Dome Pete Dynamic Pele Gt Plains GI Cdn Oil 1 ochiel Mitt City Mew Cont Norlh Cdn Oil 5.90 13.75 9.50 5.30 S.30 305 7.15 7.tO 9.00 .55 36.00 5.10 7.60 24.75 .87 38.50 AM 1.22 1.65 .6! a.m. Quotes) Genslar SSma A -n SO Home B 3B.25 Hu'd Boy Co Hud Bay Oil 25 Hud Rdy Oil Pfd M25 Hu5ky Oil lj-55 Husky Oil B Husky Oil War intnr Prov Pipe Kaiser Res Lake Dulault MGF Manage Pacific Pele Toledyne West Cdn Seed Whlto Yukon CALGARY Madison West Warner -30 PIPELINE STOCKS a.m. Quoted Gr Equity J3.2S 5.60 11.75 3.BS 10.00 1.75 27 ri 4.10 J.S5 fl.75 Gr Invcs! Mutual Mutual Ac Mutual Gr F Nat Res N Tin N W Gr Principal Gr Temp Gr United Ac Universal Sav Unlvest Numac Pan Ocean Permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Range: Scurry Rain Spooner Scibens Total 5. Ulster L W Dernlta 5. West Pete 7. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aquatnina Brinco grew A i Brew B i Pacific _, jwsner' li Cygnus A Cygnus 4.7Q 11. DO Alta Nat GPS 9.40 Inland Nat Ga; 32 N and C Gas 1.39 N and F '.52 10.50 12.50 to to Tara to and BP Oil and Gas five cents to Brunswick Mining advances five cents to Acres V, to Cominco S7-H, Moore Vli to Elcctrohome Vi to S38 and Crush International !i to 2300 4.90 30.00 3.'.50 21.75 2f.OO 4 75 525 13.00 G. IK A Tr Cdn P 33-50 7r Cdn P Pld B 4J.CO Tr Cdn P A ti-SO Tr P Wa- 8-fiO WC RCE MUTUAL FUNDS Great Pacific All Cdn Com All Cdn Dlvld All Cdn Vent Amr Gr F AGF Special Cdn In F Ccl Mutual Cmnw Inter Ccrp Invest Corn In St Vanguard VANCOUVER MINES Anuk Arctic Mining Allns Explor Bath None Brenda Churchill Copper Croyden Dolly Varden Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Kamloops Copper Lornex Primer 5.64 6.19 9.98 10.91 A 93 5.40 4.79 5.27 Ol 4.74 6.01 6.57 X.13 4.54 d93 5.42 3.60 3.95 5.29 4.88 4.44 4.88 6 fit 7.27 4.90 896 9.82 .33 .04 .55 .67 3.35 .42 .12 .27 5.10 .34 4.05 .05Vj 6.10 .OEM .32 .21 7.00 Pyramid Silver Standard Trojan u Valley Copper INDUSTRIALS '4.13 4.52 Block Bros 2.60 7.48 8.19 B.C. Sugar 17.00 B 42 9.20 Capt Inter 5.50 327 358 Crestbrook For Ind 2.70 5.34 5.B6 Hys 3.W 242 Interior P-rew 3.30 4 32 4.73 Inter Marine .70 5.37 Okanagan Hellccp 5.25 1211 13.31 Pacific W Air 11.25 501 Sta.npede Intl Res .66 4 45 J E6 OILS bVeyfusVb.S. ll'.H Albany Oils Gr In Shares 3.07 3.38 Plains Pete .20 Toronto mines, industrials MONTREAL (CP) Prices NEW YORK (AP) Stock prices shot ahead today on a broad front. Volume was light. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 11.31 at 809.94. Advances on the New York Stock Exchange led de- clines by more than 2 to 1. Analysts attributed the sharp rise to bargain hunting in the wake of the market's recent slide and to a news report that the government's leading eco- nomic indicators rose 1.2 per cent in October after a .2 per cent bicrease in September. AP AVERAGE UP 1..1 The Associated Press 60-stock average was up 1.3 at 289.7. Industrials were up 2.7, rails were up .2, and utilities were up Among Canadians on the NYSE, International Nickel gained -fj to J27'.z and Dome Mines was up '.i to S56Vz. Dis- tillers Seagrams lost U to On the Amex, Scurry Rainbow OP. was up '.z at S12'.2 and Bras- can Ltd. and Canadian Javelin both rose 'i to and respectively. (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Afcaitcho Dralorne 40 a.I Opcmiska i Osisko Paltno Pine Point Placer Dev. 15.00 2.65 1.53 17.75 1.33 1.10 7.30 1.23 all-new Christmas story Featuring: The Beagle Boys Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- ago prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 24.35; average j Thursday 24.23. Red Deer: 23.75; average' Thursday 24.28. Calgary: average Thursday 24.71. Lethbridge: No sales; aver- Belhietiem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Central Pat. Chimo Conwesi Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickenson Mine Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines East Malarlic East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Marltlmes Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway R.L. Hollinger Hudson Bay M-S 16.75 Hydra Ex. -'5 Iron Bay 3-Oa Joliet Quebec -17 Kerr Addison 6.60 Key Anacon -18 Labrador 34.00 Lake Shore 2" Langis Silver .05 Madsen R.L. Malar-tic G.F. Martin Me Me Maclntyrp Met a Midrim New West Hor New Athona New Calumet W. Horse Copp Noranda ,30'A P.C. Exp. Quotes) 7.05 .71 15.00 21.00 2C.25 Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Shcrritt Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock 09 Tek Corp. .25W lexmont 7 05 Upper Canada "BO Western Mines i Willroy Windfall 75 Yellowknlfe .OSVj Zenmac .65 INDUSTRIALS .80 Abltibi 2.40 Alcan 8.00 Algoma Steel Alco Ind Atlan Sugar Agra In 225 4.05 Beai .40 8.00 1.55 3.50 5.50 33.50 sly Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Valley CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcen Col Cal Power Crron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indus! Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers Chrvsler Dom Textile Dom Stores a. Dcme Pele Dcfasco CAB Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil uc Gen Motors Gf Lakes Pap 1.04 Gulf Oil Cda 19 Greyhound Hawker Sid i 75 Huron, Erie 11.25 Hiram Walk Imperial Oil It-rases Int Nickel int Pirie Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accept _UJ Laurenlide .03 Kelly Doug A 1.P5 Lot law A iV.etro Stores Masse? Ferg r tf. McMillan Bice c -71-, Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B North, Cent Power Corp Price Co Rollimans St Corp Shell CDA Simpscn's Simp Scars Stefl cf Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas vs Union Oil Versatile Mfg -io i-ji-i Westeel ,nV Unlon Car o Weston'5 B Woodward's A 11 171', West Cdn Sd JI'55 a Zenith Elec BANKS utWj Can imperial 25.00 Montreal 9 Nova Scotia 18.2-i Royal Tor-Dom Quotes! JS.2S J07! T nnd T Anacondd Beth Steel ;hrysltr Dupont GM Gull nt Harvester previous year. Total assets at the end of the year were S7.09 billion, up mere than 11 per cent from M.37 bil- lion a year earlier. F. William Nicks, chief exec- utive officer, said in a report to shareholders that incrcr-icd in Canadian con- tinued growth in foreign cur- rency assets and improved op- crating margins in inlminfionnl operations contributed to the higher earnings. Paks say attack revelled for soft wiiilc which aulhonzes deliveries ol five baslwls [wr quota acre, and the A quota for Allwrta Red Winter Wheat, which authorizes deliveries of bushels per quota acre, will be cancelled in all shipping blocks. The B quota for wheat, which also authorizes deliveries of two bushels pc'r acre, has extended to three addi- bkx'ks: Assini- Wr-dicinc Hat and Nai West. The B quota for soft white spring wheat, which authorizes deliveries o! a five bush- els per quota acre, vent into effect for all blocks Nov. The B quwa I" Winter Wlipai, viii EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the federal' agriculture cie- A large A ReduCCS medium 33; A small 18; B 22; C 6; cracks 6. To retailers: A large 54; A medium 50; A small 30 to 32; B 34 to 39; C 32; cracks 32. To consumers (in A large 59 to 01; A medium 55 to 5G: A sma'l 35 to 38. of bismuth Cominco Ltd. announced Thursday that is has reduced iis price for bismuth in Canada by a pound. Thp new orice is S3. 50 1Iie 'K NEW DELHI 'AP) akisUm ti Pakistani army has an Indian offensive in Ks-.i islan, Idllinp more than ,W) vancrs. Inaa nifs its f.K''llir'.i UKTC. Tiic Pakistani army ha' launched a sive. Ite ofiidal railk; j sending th? "miFCi'eanis n'ni their ageJits'1 irito Pakistanis to j sol'iicrs. v.-Iiile "agents'1 i-, s phemjsin for Uw Mukti Ihp Ear; Pakistanis 1'iphiuip tin last days Pakistan, the radio repcrt ,'Crtcd. as the Indianf. to the v.ilii armor .'u-tiJlery ;t; The Ijvji.-ms declnrc liu: ing X 'X't'.vpvll the: Oi Pakistan and 'i.iliinr. rulei-s of Wosi I'akiHan. j Pakistan rt-.A'n i S ACACSIS. W ivc ANSWER' in A sma i oj iu jo- Poiitn- to producers: Live pound for lots of a ton or moro v. No 1 chicken broilers, 22; and S4.75 per pound for lots of: faralitics cnriii-r i1: tlian a ton. li.MVi 19.SJV4 33.25 a.m ?.M 12.37W 12.25 15.00 J3.00 J.55 2.15 ,q age Thursday 24.76. LloydminsLer: No sales; erage Thursday 23.67. who havo hatched a diabolical plot to destroy Ihe spirit of Christmas. and Gus Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) beef futures at close Thursday- Jan. 33.95N; Mar. 33.00B; May 32.50B. TSafhogslold'Thursday Wednesday's volume: 15 con- 678; average 24.41. tracts. Potato Prices WINNIPEG (CP) Mori- Live i time potato futures: No trades Grain price review GULF CANADA APPOINTMENT the two kind mice who must warn Santa. Mister Siork Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Trndc increasing near mid-ses- sion on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange tcday. However, trading volume still remained light, and prices in all commodities were mov- ing only fractionally. The main activity was locals and com- mission houses. Thursday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rye and of apesecd. MID-SESSION Flax: Doc. -Is higher 2.31VZ; May higher July un- changed 2.43'iB. Rapeseed Vancouver: N.IV. higher .Ian high- er March 'i higher June ss higher 2.M. Rapesecd Thunder Bay: Dec. who providas their traniporfation to the North Polfl workshop of Santa. A delightful Christmas story in strip form, with the inimitable charm ana characters of Walt Disney. Don't miss higher 2.50; May 3i higher 2.60B; July not open. Oats: Dec. unchanged 65 May unchanged 673sA; .July un- changed 67B. Baric v: Dec. unchanged May Vi higher 1.07'iB; July not open. Rye: Dec. "s higher MB; May unchanged l.OOTsA; July not open. High Low Flax Dec May Wl% "y" 244 243 Rapeseed Vancouver NOT- '2 267 Jan 270V4 2G9'-i Mar 270'i 20914 Jim Rapcserd Thunder Close 231J 8 241's 243U 269% 259 'i 250 Dec May 2591-! IM'i 107Vl Jly I Rye Dec" May Jlv" 2595i 258 IM'.i 105's 102'a Live No 2 chicken broil- solidification, an uinisKl pro Turkey under 12, 21; 12 to tjT-c- 8, 22; over 13, 19'i. Jnfis. cui I" i ertv which makes it mcM in Fntisn rpc-metal alloj's and for cast- inatei! VKAI.'IH VH1. popu'.ailfra COMPARES ofMSPiai rfsrs, K'.TH DOCTDffS THE 41I11ISTMAS Starling Monday, Dec. 6th in the Tlu1 Lfthbridgc Hcv.Ud WANTED -married couples as houseparenls for girls around 12 !o 16 years in a group home in Edmonton. Husband should have full-time employment in Edmonton. Pre- ferably some child care experience. Furnished accom- modation supplied. Terms to be negotiated. Apply in writing to D. L. Moncrieff, Homes and Institutions Branch, Department of Health and Social Development, Administration Building, 109 Street and 98 Avenue, Edmonton TELEPHONE 429-5411 Gulf Oil Canada limited an- nounces the appointment of R. A. A. Thomson as Superintendent of rhe company's Pincher Creek Gas plant io replace R. E. Bowser who has accepted an appoint- ment tn Gulf Canadas marketing department. Born in Zambia, Africa, and educated in Southern Rhodesia, Fiji and Scotland, Mr, Thomson attended the University of Edin- burgh before joining the Bahr- ain Petroleum Company, Bahrain, as refinery operator. He moved j 10 Alberta in 1958, and follow- ing employment with iho gov- ernment of Alberta, Department of Labour, and Cities Service 'Athabasca Inc., joined Gulf Co. ado in 1964 at the Turner Val- ley Gas Plant. Mr. Thomson was superintendent of the Turner Valley plant when he was trans- ferred io the Strachan Gas Plant at Rocky Mountain House, as Supervisor-Piant Operations, early in 1970 during early stages of plant coiulructiem. ;