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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Odofaw 1972 THE LErHBRIOSE HERALD Sharp advance trade Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uoherty, McCnalg UmUcd) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quoteil a.m. Quofeil a.m. Quotes) Alml WESTERN OILS, __ Husky Oil _ AS ly in ear TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market posted sharp advances in light mid-movning trading today. The industrial index, consid- ered a major indicator of mar- ket trend, rose 1.26 to 207.51, base metals 1.11 to EJG.4'.; and western oils 1.47 lo 251.50. Golds, however, were off .32 to 183.73. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares compared with 000 traded by the saniG Lime Tuesday. Bank, industrial mining, pipe- line and oil velining stocks were among sectors of the mar- ket recording gains while con- struction and material, foot processing, steel and-paper and forest issues were off slightly Advances oMlnumbered de- clines 146 to 82 while 180 issvies remained unchanged. SHELL CLIMBS Falconbridge Nickel rose 3 tlants. Mr. Milne, a Calgary archi- tect, said that at least nine miles on either side of a plant "is being crippled visually" be- cause of its existence. "Total impact on that envi- ronment is of a large mag- he said in a short sub- mission. He also suggested that the authority consider, before mak ing its report to the govern- ment, the significant returns in taxation both from summer cot a'ge land sales and from th ourist industry which is al racted by Alberta's- landscape He said many plants "tota y" dominate the scenic are; in which they are situated. Environmental consultant Dr C. E. Holmes, represening Tes Gulf Sulphur Co. and othe inns, said sulphur emission (11 sM a.m. QuolesJ MfNES Acme Advocate Asb. Akallcho Brslorne Sroulan Bethlehem Bruns'ivkr: Ctfn. N.W. Land Canada Tung. Norlox Osislco .40 Pine Point .53 Placer Dev. !.CO P.C. Exp. .78 Quebec Man 5.75 RayroLk 1.J7 13.00 1.36 Cons. Rambler Coin LaKe Craigmont Dickenson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome rAinei Aldona Discovery Mines Malartic East Sullivan Frobex Roman Corp- Eherrltt Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rotk Tek Ccrp. flllM a.m. Q Cable Forti of Am Grt Cdn Oil Gen Grf Lakes Pp Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound- Hawker Sitf and Erie Walker Imp Oil Upper Canada Western Mines Wrlghf Hargn Willrc-y V.rincitaM Ycllowknllft Bear INDUSTRIALS Abllibi Alcan Algoma .04 1.95 .37 2.J5 savss -90 1.00 In Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Grp A In) UIJI Ifid Accept Giant Y.K. 7.00 Bovis 1-95 Granduc 2.45 Headway R.L. 5.50 Kollrngrr JD.03 Hudson Bay Hydra Ex. .14 Iron Bay 3.60 Iso l.f-5 Joliet Ouebec .51 Kerr Add i son 9-30 Key Anacon .20 Labrador 39.50 Lake Shora Langis Silver .05 Madden R.L. .62 MalarJic G.F. .83 Martin McNtely .11 Maclntyre Midrinr Intern Wcgul Homes Laurentide Kelly Doug A tech Lobtaw A Met Sfores Frroj McMillan Sice T3.37Vi Moore Ccrp 1.9) Atro Ind 12.13Vi Molsnns A SQ.SO AHanlic Sugar 5.62V? Molsons B .32 Agra Ind 17-25 North Cent .53 Boil Tel Corp 700 Brarrl Trac 17.50 Price Co 1 95 B C. Tel -55.CQ Rolhmans AI Burns St- Coj-p Forest 20.00 Shell CDA B.C. Sucar 19.5-1 Simpson's Bow Val Ind 41.35 Simp Sears CAE Ind sleel of Cda CtJn Brew 7.37V? Selkirk A Chemcell 3.15 Texaco Col Cel -73 Traders Grp A 19.73 75.CO 8.65 72.05 37.15' 70.50 3.75 75 46.00 .43.00 26.25 9.75 ?Q.25 11.00 7.75' 3 55 6.25 22.M Livestock report om the vicinity