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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 4, 1973 Chicago grain prices CHICAGO (APi Wheat futures advanced the 20 cents a bushel limit allowed for one session on the Chicago Board 01 Trade Wednesday and other commodities closed sharply higher Soybeans gained around 15 cents, while meal advanced more than a ton and oil was up some 80 points Corn futures rose 7 cents a bushel and oats advanced the limit of f> cents The demand for commodity futures was very strong on the opening bell There also were some per- sistent reports that China again was looking to the 1'ntted States for food and leed grains. Rain was a factor in the strength of corn and oats along with the China buying story At the close, wheat was up the 20 limit. December 4 75'a. corn up some 7. December 2 51. oats up December 1 27. gained around 15. November ti.24. the 6 limit, and soybeans drain quotations Wednesday: Wheat Dec Mar 470-2. May 4.50; Jul 3.97 '2; Sep I! 97 Corn Dec 251. Mar 2.56: May 2 59'.. Jul2ol. Sep 2 48, Dec 2 Mar 2.22 '2 Oats Dec 1.27. Mar 1.28' Mav I Jul 1 19' i. prces Average prices to 11 a.m. Thursday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board with average in brackets: Edmonton 55.40 Red Deer 55.30 (54.751. Calgary 55.25 Lethbridge: Nil, Total hog sales 277. average 5548 Sows average 41.20 Dollar value MONTREAL iCP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Thursday was down 2-25 at 00 16-25. Pound sterling was down 47-100 at 41-50 In New York, the Canadian dollar was up 2-25 at 99 9-25. Pound sterling was down 27- 100 at S2 41 7-25. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG iCP) A lack oi buyer interest on the Win- nipeg Commodity Exchange which began at the opening to- day continued at mid-session, with oilseeds easier from cents to 18 cents a bushel. Wednesday's volume of trade was bushels of (lax. 1.183.000 of rye and of rapeseed.' Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct 12 '2 lower 872A. Nov. 14 lower 8.56A. Dec 18 lower 8.25A. May 15'2 lower 8 22'2A Rapeseed Vancouver: Nov 13'i lower 5.16B. Jan 13-'i lower 5.10B: March 12 lower 505B. June 13 lower 5.00B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct 12'. lower 4.96''iB: Nov. 11 lower 4 97A. Dec. 12 lower 4.77A. Mav 7-: i lower 4.88' iA. Oats: 'Oct. higher recessing OC 1003 4th Avenue S., Lelhbridge Telephone 328-4426 y. rocessmcj ervices Sears CORRECTION The VIRGIN WOOL BLANKETS advertised on Page 6 of Sears Birthday flyer in the Lethbridge Herald, Wednesday, October 3, is not available in Queen Size. And Item 9 DRYER REPLACEMENT HOOD Should Have Read SAVE 99c Also on Page 8 Ski Bindings should have read Reg. Sorry for any inconvenience. 48'2.A. Dec '2 higher May unchanged 1 July not open. Barley Oct unchanged 2.2BA: Dec. higher 2.23B; May unchanged 2.24B: July not open Rye Oct 2 higher 3.25A: Dec. higher 2.86'26: May 1 i higher 2.85'26: July P'I hiehpr 283MB. WINNIPEG (CP) Gram quotes Wednesday (basis High Low Close Flax Oct 890 810 884'2 Nov 876 818 870 Dec 851 775 843 May 845 765 838 Rapeseed Vancouver Nov 529'i 510 Jan 523-" i Mar 517 502 517 Jun 513 499 513 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 50.9 494 509 Nov 508 492 508 Dec 489 468 489 May 496 Oats Oct 148''s 147'2 144 139'i 139'2 139'2 AUCTION SALE OF THOROUGHBREDS Property of Lord ind Lady Rodiric Gordon RACING STOCK BREEDING STOCK and SHOW HORSES Sat. Oct. p.m. CENTRAL ALBERTA SALES PAVILION IACOMBE, ALBERTA (100 mlto. north of on Highway Write ol Phone for Catalogue to SHADY SPRING FARM BENTLEY, ALBERTA TOO OJO TELEPHONE 1.748-3934 Dec May 139'2 Jly' Barley Oct 226 225 226 Dec 222-1 222 Mav 224 219' i 224 Meet Your Best Friend Financially HP is fully qualified to provide complete personal financial services offered by Investors Thpso include saving and tax Saving Certificates. An- nuitios. Pension and Estate planning Seven Mutual Funds, and Montreal Trust Guaran- Ifod Certificates He is also ava'lnble for the servicing of Western Savings and Loan Association accounts Massive pumpkin Evelyn Doell of Carman, Ma., left and Coralee Storey of Miami, Man. figure they could turn this Hungarian Squash into about 500 pumpkin pies. Edgar Van Wyck, who grew the squash on his farm near the southwest- ern Manitoba town of Car- man, put it on the scales for size. It weighed 328 pounds, 25 short of the world record Mr. Van Wyck claimed in 1971 with another giant squash. Livestock Calgary CALGARY (CP) Receipts from the Calgary public stockyards to 11 a.m. Thursday, show sales of about 650 head, mostly slaughter cattle. Trade was active with a good demand. Slaughter steers sold fully steady for kind. Heifers were 50 cents higher. A large number of steers and heifers on offer were in the A2 and A3 grades. Cows met a good de- mand at prices higher with sales to Bulls were higher. Steers Al and 2, A3 44.50- 46.30. Heifers Al, A2, A3 44- 45 90. Cows Dl and 2 36.50- 38.50, D3 34.50-36, D4 30-34. Good bulls 41-43.50. There were insufficient replacement steers on offer to establish quotations. A few good feeder heifers sold from 42-43.25 There were insuf- ficient good stock calves sold early to establish quotations. Hogs fob Calgary to 11 a.m. average base price 55.25. Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. EARL WAGNESS 1413 15th AVWIM South and HOUM 328-1307 SYNDICATE LIMITED MORRIS PASHKOWICH We are pleased to wel- come Morris back to Sch- wartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. His success and knowled- ge of the real estate indus- try will strengthen our team at the Action Agen- cy. Please contact Morrit at 328-3331. Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McQuaig Ltd.) 11 A.M QUOTES WESTERN OILS AND MINES Albany Oils .90 Alta East Gas 7.75 Alminex 6.60 Asamera 14.25 Ashland BP Canada 14.75 Brenda Mines 7.90 Can South 6.05 Cdn Ex Gas 4.20 Cdn Homestd 8.25 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 8.25 Cdn Long Is .16 Cdn Super 57.00 Charter Oils 4.00 Chieftan 12.50 Dome Pete 33.50 Dynasty 10.50 Fort Reliance .25 Gibraltar Mines 14.25 Giant Mascot 3.25 Granisle 9.50 Gt Plains 27.75 Gt Cdn Oil S 8.00 Lochiel 3.40 Lytton Mm 1.80 Noble Mines 1.52 North Cdn Oil 7.10 Numac Pancdn Pete 13.87Vi Pan Ocean Petrol 1.40 Pinnacle .22 Place Gas .55 Ponder .45 Ranger 32.75 Scurry Rain 20.00 Seibens 15.00 Spooner .43 Total 6.40 Ulster .92 United Canso 17.75 West Pete 6.00 West Decalta 7.40 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd Aquitaine 21.50 BC Sugar Pfd 13.75 Block Bros 2.95 Com Cap Corp 3.10 Cdn Brew A Pfd 25.50 Cdn Brew B Pfd Cdn Pacific Inv 34.00 Crestbrook Ind Crowsnest Ind 28.00 Falcon Copper 14.37Vi F and M Trust 5.50 Genstar Global Comm Unit 43.00 Home A 49.75 Home B 48.00 Hud Bay Co 19.50 Hud Bay Col 48.75 Hud Bay A Pfd 57.00 Hugh Russell 54.00 Husky Oil Husky B Pfd Husky D War 7.85 Husky E War Hys of Canada 4.00 Inter Prov Pipe 8.55 Inter Prov Steel 13.75 Kaiser Res 3.80 Loblaw C Pfd 27.25 Magnasonics Pacific Pete 27.75 Pac West Air 10.00 Pe-Ben Oilfield 7.50 Rainier Inc 5.00 Royal Trust 26.25 Sandwell Teledyne West Cdn Seed Westfield Min Weston A Pfd White Yukon PIPE LINE STOCKS Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pfd Alta Nat Gas Inland Nat Gas N and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Pfd Trans Can Pipe Tr Can A Pfd Tr Can B Pfd Tr Can War WC Trans WC Trans War 11AM QUOTES CALGARY An oil Barons Oils North Contmen Warn VANCOUVER MINES Alton Kxplor Hath Norse Punkuc Davenport Dollv Vard Kquit Res l.orni'X Primer J'vrjimui Silv Stand Val Topper VANCOUVER INDUSTRIALS roluin Brew Kev Indus Wardair OILS 5.62 V, 4.25 6.00 1.07 60.25 65.60 21.00 10.00 10.25 21.62V4 11.25 4.70 65.00 32.25 59.50 38.50 6.60 15.00 2.70 .68 04'2 02 31 9.75 .324 74 2.00 50 .25 20 1275 10 .13'z 335 12.00 550 .20 185 .93 .26 87 1 18 PHP Kxplor Plain-! Pete Pond Explor Stam Int Res MUTUAL FUNDS All fcin Com 7.57 R 01 All Tdn Div 7.80 8.48 All Oln Ven 3.91 4.25 Amei Crow F 5.77 634 ACF Spe 372 rdn Invest F 5 33 5.83 Oil Milt 624 6.85 Coin Inter 1493 1641 Tom l.oi 394 433 Tom Ven 7 51 8 25 Torp Invest 643 7.07 Crop Invest F 5.37 5.90 nrpvfu-i F US 11.83 12.96 Crl Pac 479 523 Income 370 407 Cnm Equity 7.96 8.75 Invest firow F 12.52 13.69 Invest Mut 6.08 6 65 Mut Arrum 6 18 6 80 Mut C.row F 385 424 Nat Res 527 5.79 NVV Cdn 5 96 6.55 C.row 5.63 6.19 Pnn HIOH- 488 536 Rovfund 7.07 736 Temptleton Grow 8 44 9.25 Unit Arcum 5.32 5.85 t'niver Sav 8.14 8 95 I'nivest 643 7.06 V.incuard 7 09 7.77 Prov Mut 7 91 8.65 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES 11 A.M. QUOTES Acme .11V4 Advocate Asb. 1.15 Akaitcho 1.10 Bralorne 1.95 Broulan .41 Bethlehem 17.25 Bovis 2.15 Brunswick 5.60 Can. NW Land 8.50 Canada Tung. 2.87 Cassiar Central Pat. .96 Chimo 1.08 Conwest 4.55 Cons. Rambler 3.05 Com Lake Cochenour .60 Craigmont 7.75 Dickenson Mines 2.95 Denison Mines 40.75 D'Eldona .40 Dome Mines 82.50 Discovery Mines 13.75 East Malartic 3.20 East Sullivan 2.80 Falconbndge 76.75 Frobex .28 First Mantimes .76 Giant Y.K. 8.00 Granduc 3.55 Hollinger 49.00 Hudson Bay Hydra Ex. .19 Iron Bay Iso 2.30 Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key An aeon .34 Labrador 45.00 Lake Shore 2.60 Langis Silver .05 Madsen R.L. 1.00 Malartic G.F. .87 Martin McNeely .20 Maclntyre 52.00 Meta .13 Midrim .11 Intern Mogul 9.25 Nu West Homes 8.75 New Athona .12 New Calumet .22Vi Noranda 55.00 Northgate 4 55 Norlex 33 Pine Point 37.00 Placer Dev. 29.75 Pax Exp. 1.62 Quebec Man .12 Rayrock 1.00 Radiore .28 Rio Algom 28.00 Roman Corp. 10.00 Sherntt Gordon 17.75 Steep Rock 1.47 Tek Corp 4.25 Texmont .22 United Canso 17.87V4 Western Mines 300 W. House Copper Mines 3.25 Wright Hargreaves .90 Willroy 1.06 Windfall .11 YellowkmfeBear 4.60 Zenmac .08 11 A.M. QUOTES INDUSTRIALS Abitibi 14.62VJ Alcan Algoma Steel 20.50 Atco Ind Jannock 6.50 Agra Ind 12.00 Bell Tel 40.87 Vi Brazilian Trac BC Tel Burns BC Forest BC Sugar Bow Valley Ind Cable CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron Cred CWN Gas Cdn Indus Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bathurst Cons Gas Dist Seagrams Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Dofasco Glen Mobile Grt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Grt Lakes Paper Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron Erie Imperial Oil Imasca Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Group A IU Inter Indust Accept Kaps Kelly Doug A Laurentide Loeb Loblaw A Metropolitan Massey Ferg McMillan Bloed Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B Nachurs North Cent Power Corp Price Co Rothmans Shell CDA Simpsons Simpsons Sears Steel Canada Selkirk A Texaco Traders Group A Trans Mtn Pipe Trans Can Pipe Union Carbide Union Gas Union Oil United Siscoe Versatile Mfg. Westeel Westons B Woodwards A West Cdn Seed Zenith Elec Cdn Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Toronto-Dom BANKS 52.2S 15.50 25.00 20.50 37.62V4 9.87% 4.25 6.00 8.37V4 25.62% 2.20 11.00 17.00 3.90 16.00 17.00 34.75 29.75 .26 44.00 37.25 25.75 9.75 13.75 29.37% 9.87 Vi 7.90 66.50 29.50 32.00 17.62V4 5.75 30.25 44.62VJ 28.50 35.87V2 18.50 4.95 5.37Vz 12.00 14.50 24.50 39.00 52.50 24.87'A 23.75 9.75 10.25 13.00 18.50 15.00 19.50 13.25 16.50 57.00 19.25 16.50 32.00 18.25 9.87 Vz 15.25 6.80 7.00 18.00 18.50 23.37V4 6.00 3.20 30.75 18.62W 39.00 36.50 36.25 New York (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Woolworth 25.75 Amr 51.50 Westmghouse Elec. 37.87V2 Anaconda 24.00 u 3 steel 33.50 Beth Steel Qen Tele Elec 30.62VJ Chrysler TORONTO AVERAGES Comsat 57.75 20 Industrials 228.15 up .07 Dupont 193.00 20 Golds 249.60 down 2.14 General Motors 66.62V2 Base Metals 107.01 down .13 Gulf 24.25 15 Western Oils 247.01 down .84 Kenn Copper 33.25 Volume 2.010.339 Montgomery Ward NEW YORK AVERAGES Sears 30 Industrials 963.20 down 1.35 X-Ron 97.12W 20 Rails 181.98 up .03 Texas Gulf 27.75 15 utilities 103.98 up .03 Texas Co. 33.00 65 Stocks 294.55 down .32 Wix Corporation volume Herald- Business Oil, paper stocks pace TSE decline TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market moved fractionally lower in active mid-morning trading today. The industrial index, consid- ered the major indicator of market trend, fell .01 to 228.07. golds .19 to 251.64 and base metals .34 to 106.80. Western oils rose .06 to248.51. Volume by 11 a.m. was 1.78 million shares compared with 1.12 million at the same time Wednesday, Advances were slightly ahead of declines. 158 to 141. with 20 issues unchanged. Paper and forest, oil refining, chemical and beverage stocks were among declining market sectors while steel, construction and material, pipeline and real es- tate stocks gained. Domtar fell to Southam Press '2 to Al- can to Electrohome :'n to 2 and Gulf Canada to Grafton Group rose to Home Oil A 114 to Dofasco 7'n to Grey Goose '2 to and TransCar.ada Pipelines Vz to Dynasty slipped to East Malartic 20 cents to and Placer to Tara was up 'i to and Denison to United Canso gained to Loblaw profits decrease TORONTO (CP) Loblaw Groceterias Co. Ltd., reports consolidated operating loss in the fiscal year ended March 31 of or a share, share. This is a sharp reversal from a profit of or a share in the previous year. Loblaw Groceterias is 99- percent owned by Loblaw Companies Ltd., which earlier reported an operating loss of or 67 cents a share. Special items for Loblaw Groceterias included losses connected with National Tea Co., bringing net loss for fiscal 1973 to or a share. Sales income for the com- pany's supermarkets and some non-food retail outlets declined to from Dividends Dividends are quarterly un- less otherwise noted. Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., 15 cents, Jan. 1. record Nov. 30. Hand Chemical Industries Ltd., five cents; pfd., five cents, plus five cents par- ticipating, both payable Nov. 1. record Oct. 9. Maple Leaf Gardens Ltd., 25 cents, Oct. 15, record Oct. 9. Scott Misener Steamships Ltd., 5'2 per cent first pfd., Oct. 15, record Oct. 12. Scott Paper Ltd., 25 cents, Oct. 31. record Oct. 15. Pan Ocean to anc Canadian Superior i MONTREAL (CP) Prices were generally mixec in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 600 shares, compared with 590.600 shares at the same time Wednesday. Industrials fell .73 to 257.35 papers .71 to 156.97 and the composite .42 to 237.45 while utilities advanced .31 to 145.14 and banks .12 to 278.58. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change. Gulf Oil Canada fell to Alcan to and MacMillan Bloedel i to while IU International Corp. rose i to International Nickel i to and Denison Mines i to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change. NQN Mines rose eight cents to 74 cents on shares traded. VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were up in moderate trading Wednesday on the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Volume was shares. In the industrials EDP In- dustries led trading, up .01 at .35 on 10.700 shares. Columbia Brew was unchanged at on 10.575 shares. Speculators Fund rose .03 at .94 on shares. lonarc was down .03 at on 7.600 shares. Mac- millan Bloedel rose .50 to and Woodards was un- changed at .23' i. Silver Standard was the leader in the mines, up .10 at on shares. Brendon rose .03 to .48 on 52.- 000 shares. Northair was up .11 at .71 on 49.600 shares. Citex rose .01 to .21 on shares. Titan-Polaris was un- changed at .19'2 and Chromex Nickel -vas down .03 at .78. In the oils. Monterey A rose .08 to .62 on shares. Vargas fell .02 to .18''Z on 000 shares. Seneca Developments was up .07 at on shares. Stampede rose .06 at on 10.000 shares. Williams gold rose .03 to .27 and Chapparal was unchanged at .11. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED is pleased to announce the appointment of MR. CLARENCE W. STANLEY as Agricultural Equipment Sales Manager at the Lethbridge Sales and Service Centre, 304 Stafford Drive. Mr. Stanley has an excellent background in serving Agricul- ture, and will be looking forward to meeting everyone in the farming trade in the Lethbridge area, Astro Realty Ltd. ALICE HAHN DICK JOHNSON Mr Ben Reirner, business manager of Astro Realty Ltd is pleased to announce the sales representatives ot the year 1972-73. Alice Hahn had the largest sales volume for the year, and Dick Johnson had the largest average monthly sales volume while employed with Astro Realty Ltd. for the past eight months We are pleased to have Alice and Dick on our sales staff if you are considering buying or selling please call Alice or Dick. "THE FRIENDLY REAL ESTATE PEOPLE" at 328-7748 ;