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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ----------------------Frido ly, O.loba, 6, 1972 _ THl LETHBRIDGE HIRAID 21 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal fty Doherty. McCuaig Limited) LAST HJI> OR Market prices hit low trend j MONTUEAI. (CP' Most. Sbler Walker rose tn sectors declined in light trading; S12'i, Luidlau- 'j to S13'j. Oil I on the Montreal slock market Patch 5 cents to K.80, Brincu ifl lo and Cominco to Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock Ailanac slipped 5 cents lo exchanges at II a.m. was cents. Black [lawk 5 cents to: 300 shares, compared with and Canadian Tungsten 3 500 at tlie same time Thursday, cents to SI.50. Maltagaini Industrials declined .CD lo I climbed 3i lo and North- 231.44, Hie composite .43 to gale 10 cents to S5.40. 22091 and papers .03 lo 91.32 Canadian Superior Oil was oft while banks rose -42 lo to and Numac :'a to and utilities .05 to 157.43. On the Montreal Stock Ex- chance. Falconbridge Nickel dropped 'i to Manque o'Epargne :'.'t, to S20 and Canada Cement Lalarge Vj ot S53. (ll-M H m. OuoKSl WESTERN OILS 4.IS a.m Hugh Rui-cl 4 m. C In Alv Asan rti.M- G DO Husky Oil B S20V l-'rancana was up i cents to S9.40 and Pan Ocean to S107s. NEW YORK (API Prices slid lower ajjain today on Ihc stock market. Trading was On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, Gold Hawk Mines j mtxlmie traded 2G.OOO shares, up 1 lo mm Dow nvcl.age S25- 'of 30 industrials was down C.IO to 935.20. Declining issues on TORONTO (CP> Trices on j the New York Slock Exchange Crcv Cygr the Toronto slock market drifted moderately lower in light irud-morning trading to- day. The industrial index consid- ered a major indicator of mar- ket Irend. was off .37 lo 209. W. golds .53 to 103.58, base metals .22 to PO.lfl and western oils 2.44 lo 257.97. Volume by n a.m. was 000 shares compared 000 traded by the same lime Thursday. [Beverage, oil relining. steel and merchandising stocks ivere among sectors of the market pushing it down while chem- ical, paper and forest, pipeline and general manufacturing is- sues managed fractional gains. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 127 lo la while 177 is- Bues remained unchanged. SHELL FAI.LS Walker-Gooderham was of! ss to Eric Diversified to 19. Shell Canada 4 to Bank of Nova Scotia to S.38'li and Scotts Restaurants ?i to led Raining issues almost 2 to 1. Tradei-s said lack of con- fidence was Hie market's chief characteristic. Dome Mines fell a point lo SM and Mclnlyre Porcupine 2 to S.53. Walker-Goodcrham was off 34 to 146. Massey was up fj at S16'F. Ahead were Al can at S23'..i and Canadian Pa- cific at The Amex's price-change, in- dex was 0.4 lower at '25.B7. Canadian Javelin was up at Ahead !k were flras- can, at S20-'s. and Scuri? Rain- bow Oil. al S15. Dollar value MONTREAL ICP) US.! dollar in terms of CanatVan funds unchanged at S0.9B 5-16. Pound sterling up 1-1B at 52.M NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar up 1-64 at 1.01 45-64 in Icrms ol U.S. funds- Pound sterling down 5-64 at 12.42 9-64. icra rd Dil Ji Inler Protf Pipe 13.13r.a Mutual Ac 410 671 4 OS "nler Prov Sleel 13 Wulual Or F 477 iax H'CVJOL ;5 Kaiser Rei Ml com 31.00 N W Cdn 539 Honeild ind GAS J SO N W Gr 5 u i JJ "IT' IS Piciiit PHE Gr sjs! 75 Rainier 6 Hoyiunfl i.9a Long 3 M> Gr BUS 8J 19 ry H and C Gai 17.75 Forl RcOianc, M C 0 ffd 74.6211 GiAnl S I Gat Welro 'i Lorr.sx 7 75 1 VrJro A 7015 1 Cda AJ'-'i Prirr.er 10 MflV 1 1 Trans Cda B 40 75 Pyramid Q INDUSTRIES Tram 2175 _ ICO A 7 fAUTUAL FUNDS Rloch Bros 1 95 1 Al1 Cdr> CorT1 B c- Sugar AH Cdn Divirl 9.12 D.C. Suqar Pfd J All Cdn Vent J.H Capf Infer 3 op Uye Dec. rtus -M AGP Special 3 33 Cresltwook F- Ind 3 nvs Cdn In Fund 5.31 571 Hys con 87'. j col Mutual 6 7. S3 Key InbbSl DO Inftr U 72 14.18 Pacilk W Ai-- ?J ne 15 Lev tt} Cheir.cell .IQ'A Col Celi 21 Calgary PQA US Corcn Credil .01 C.W.N. Gaa .6? Cdn Ind E3 Cdn Merroni .1? Cdn Virkers t M Chrysler ,11'b C.P.R Cominco I.JO Coas Hatn .11 Disl Seagram: .32 Domlar 17.W Law Shell CDA il.AZVa Simpson's 4a.42'A S1mp Sears 9.WV, SlMl o( Col 7 Selkirk A. 3 15 Texaco Traders Grp A Ji.CO Trans Mln Pp I.4S Tram Pp Union Gas Union Oil 5.00 Vsr'.atile Mig 11. W W.50 3i SO 25.W CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary Livestock Mar- I ket lo 11 a.m. totalled 750 head. mostly replacements. Trade was active. A few slaughter cattle sold steady with Thursday's closing prices, which are lisUxli Choice slaughter steers 31.75 OTTAWA fCPt The Cana- to 30-so lo 31'75' dian transport department has medium 29.50 to Choice GM action protested SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. lid. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 A Wootcv 38.75 37.75 Union Car Wei n'l B Woodward's West Cdn Swd 7enllh El2c BANKS Cdn Imp A.'onlreal made rtpresenlalions ID the United Slates government and to haters DO.50 lo 11.50, good 29', _____ _____ medium 27.50 to 2n. j j Gootl cows 25-50 to medi- I by the company to sell um 25-25' canners and I 1972-modet cars in Canada lie-1 cuttevs 19 lo Good cause they do not meet v.s. ;27 to 29.50. safety standards. Replacement cattle we re The cars, Camaros. Novas mostly fleshy, yearliog slccrs and Firebirds, were in Hie 700 to 900 pound range, Neiv stocks i tured in the U.S. afler new s af ety regula lions rpparding humpincss, inflamin ability of interior materials and illumina- (Supplied By Richardson of Canidft) 33 GIRLS' FLARES Slrelth acrylic nnd nylon cfenim Marei. Havv blue with controlling Irim. Sizei 7O4. Reg 4.44. ftOMBSHEll SPECIAL............... 2 .94 j Sear 1435 Goros 195. 10 BdSe Met Bf.t i ii v; ons 357.ai Volume off selling at strong prices. One of- fering o( feeder steers sold al 42.10 and another at 43.90. Good feeder heifers were steady. F 2.57 Sid Oil ol N J. Texas Gull Tex_ab Co YORK AVERAGES JEUJVa 30 Indirtl 915-30 olf i.10 W.JS'.'r 30 JIJ.H up .OJ Ji.iO 15 Ulllilies 111.4] off .16 AVERAGES 6S Slocks 10JJ9 off 1 11 tion of instrument panel con- All classes oi stock steer and Irols, went into effect. 1 heifer calves were steady with General Motors attempted to kind and quality considered. have US. 00 33J3VJ U.S. Sfeel 31l21t Gen Tel 72.37'i TORONTO 33.6J'j 20 IMusI 109.71, oft Vclu from the regulations for sale in the U.S. However, when thii ex- emption was turned down by Ihe U.S. transportation depart- ment, it proposed to soil them Good feeder steers more lhan 750 pounds 31.50 to 42.10, less than 750 pounds 36 to 43.90. Good feeder heifers 32 to 37. I Good stock steer calves 300 (n 400 pounds 48 to '400 to 550 Takeover bid fails NEW YORK (AP) North- wcsl Induslrics Inc. Thursday unloaded a large block of more than one million shares of B' F. GootVich and Co. slock which it had acquired in the late 1960s in an unsuccessful e f f o r I to take over the fourth largest Uniled Slates tii-e and rubber producer. Before Thursday's sale. Northwest owned 16.4 per cent of Goodrich's stock. It still holds 1.4 million shares, which it said it has no present plans lo sell. pounds 44 Lo 48.50. ju Canada. Similar safety regulations do heifer calves less not go inlo effect in Canada un-] pounds 36 lo 40.50. til Nov. 1, 1972. I HORS base price 38.10. Good stock than 400 MEN'S SKI JACKETS By Gary-Mot. 700% quilled nylon wijh polyester (ill. Lightweight but Reg, BOMSSHELl SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY! Young graduate under 71 years of age with Senior as minimum, for tales and marketing. Mt'si have desire and potential management capabili- ties. Opportunity lo participate in an Alberta company partnership. APPLY IN OWN HAND WRITING TO BOX 121, HERALD FLOWER BULBS ChooiD from Tulips, Daffodils Hyacinths. Nog. 69c. BOMBSHELL SPECIAL 2 for .49 PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZE BOMBSHEll SPECIAL 2 .24 ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST OPEN SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. KRESGE-S SALES REPRESENTATIVE Due >o increased soles volumes ond nddhional producls, we wish lo increase staff in our dealer ialni markeling depor'nienl. We ofler good benpfils and potential 'or the right man. Ploaie reply in confidence giving Full bnckground, education, experience and marifaf slnlus SALES MANAGER BOX 978 RED DEER, ALBERTA Good German if SUTEN 1 ALCOHOLIC STRENGTH 5.9% er ill D 0 R T M U N D E R J 1 EXPORT MALT LIQUOR DtmTwuVtwfl i Made and bollled in Dortmifrid. Germany, to suii the exacting lastes of German beer lovers. Dortmunder Union is brewet) lor everyone who prefers a light yet full-bodied, flood lasling rrall beverage. Truly good German beer. Try il1 Available at Alberta Liquor Stores. 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