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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stock prices up in early tn New beef grading system criticized by Hurlburt PINCHKP, CREEK (HNS) I gressivc Conservatives Grain price review Thuriday, Otlob.r 26, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Progressive Conservative can- didate Ken Hurlburt lashed out at the federal government's new beef grading system at an election meeting attended by about. 100 hero Wednesday ight. Hunting voles in home TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were unchanged to slightly higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. The industrial index, consid- ered a major indicator of mar- ket trend, "was up .01 to 206.90. golds .2.1 lo 1B1.94 and western oils 1.58 to 251.53. Base meUls, down .2-1 10 On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Pacific Petroleums rose Hi lo while HoUingcr dropped 1 to and Francana Oil and Gas to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, Acroll Ltd., rose two cents to 82 cents on slrores traded. MARKET HIGHER however, were 84.12. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares compared with 000 traded by I he same time Wednesday. Chemical, communication, oil refining and real estate stocks were sectors of the market recording gains while construc- tion and material, industrial mining, bank and beverage is- sues dropped fractionally. Advances outnumbered de- clines 102 to 73 while 107 issues remained unchanged. Murphy Oil rose VB lo Walker-Gooderham to Imperial Oil V2 to Texas Gulf to and Consumers Distributing lo i. Grafton Group lost to General Distributors V. lo Hayes-Dana t .21 tt.GQ 33.50 2-74 .071 1.03 .35 1.77 4.60 C9Vi Upper Canada J3 Weslern Mines 2.73 600 Wrlqhf Hargrcaves .95 .06 .37 7.05 1.90 2.65 MI-.OO a.r Cable Ford ot Am Grl Cdn Oil Gen Motors i Grt LaXes Pp Gull Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hur Eric Hiram Walker Imp Oil Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Grn A Int Ulil Ind Accept Kaps Laurentide Keiiy Doug A INDUSTRIALS Abllibi S Alcan Algoma iicel Atco Ind AllanUc Sugar Agra Ind Bell Brail! "Trac B.C. TeJ B.C. Fares! B.C. Sugar Bow Val Ind CAE Ir.tJ Cdn Brew Chemctll Col Cell Calgary Power Coron Credit U25 McMillan Blc Il'j5 Moore Corp Molsons A 19.00 51.50 17.75 19.75 SO. 75 38.50 8.50 4.25 3.75 .71 23.01 1.65 2.75 C.W.H. Gas Pfd 11.35 Cdn Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn Victors Chrysler C.P.R- i Com in co Cons Bnlh Cons Gas Dlsf Seaqrams Domi Bridge Domtnr Dom Textile Dom Sfofes Dome Pete Oofasco 15.00 5.0-3 15.00 25.25 14.25 n7.25' 31.25 23.75 U.QO 40.50 23.00 Norlh t. Cent Porter Corp Price Co Roth mans 51. Law Corp Sehll CDA Simpson's Simp Sears Steel of Cda Selkirk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Mln Pp Trans Cdd Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versalilft fAfg Union Car Weston's B Woodward's A West Cdn Seed Zenith Etec BANKS Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Tcr-Dom Quoin) 2075 a'.4o 73.75 H.7S 37.M 23.75 3.75 31.75 24.50 27.62V] 10.00 20.50 19.75 1U5 7 A 50 25.00 16.12 W 33.75 IMIVi 17.50 12.37'A 18.25 20.00 53.50 27.8rV'j 35 00 38.50 17.75 53.75 21.50 46.25 17.55 47.35 5.62', 21.75 16.75 20.75 2t. 25 5.25 3-05 2.7B June Vi higher 2.71 Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. Nov. 1 lower 2.62 V-iA. Oats: unchanged 8G Dec. Vi higher 86 ViB; May ft higher 87B; July not opc-n. Barley: Oct. Va higher J.24A; Dec. unchanged 1.24A; May and July not open. Rye: Oct, higher 1.22 y8B; Dec. higher 1.22 July not Vv'ednesda; Clasn 347V5: 33U 315 3233i higher 1.27 open. Grain quotes (basis High Low Flax Oct 3S4 Nov 342 Dec May Kapcsced Vancouver ov 290'A an 288 284 >i sr 276% 272 271 EDMONTON (CP) A liic- nsurance advertisement car- led in newspapers in Alberta las raised the ire of Con- servative backbencher Gordon Stromherg. Referring to an advertise- ment hy the Laurier Lite Insur- ance Co. of Toronto concerning low-cost senior lile insurance, the member for Camrosc asked Attorney-General Merv Lcilch Wednesday whether lie was aware that the identical ad was banned in Oklahoma and Flor- ida. Mr. Leitch told the legist meets federal Insurance com- mission guidelines. Because it meets these guide- lines, Alberta can't reject the ad, Mr. Leitch said, but ho added that the Insurance com- pany has been approached and will nol be using the ad again. The Laurier Life ad featured Art Linkletler supporting the company. Mr. Leitch also said he sus- pected that the two American states clamped down on the ads because Mr. LinkleUer was probably not a registered Insur- ance agent in those states. ture the objection to use of the Mr. Stromberg asked whether advertisement is that it uses a Mr. Linhletter is a registered well-known personality, but he! agent in Alberta. Mr. Leitch replied he couldn't say positively, but he suspected 33414 315 Rapeseed Thunder Bay ct 25714 25614 237 OV 25714 253'is 25314 253'is lay Oals ct SWa ec 27.75 2025 33.371 34.B7 31.87 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrly.-McCaalg Limited) LAST BID OR SALE APPLIANCES: Refrigerators t nnd 1 door 3old; Ranges deluxe and slandai cado and Harvest Gold, i Avocado and Harvest gas and electric, Av FURNITURE: Quantity of chesterfields ond chairs, various colors designs; Chrome tfmnello suites, various colors end styles; Chrome dinnclle chairs; Prc-fEniihed modular kitchnn cabmels, walnut finish; Mirrors, assorted sizes and shapes; Coffeo ond end tables, various styles; Chesl of Buffets; Mattresses ond box springs, 39" and walnut Bi-Fi stereo sets; 1 walnut china cabinet with glass doors; Asso-.'f- mont of Colonial furniKire (maple finFshcd) 1 buffet ond hutch, 1 dining table, four 5 drawer "Hi-Boy" chi Two only sliding glass pafio doors, OTHER ITEMS: srlffdion of interior ond rxlerior doors; Selection of arbcrite counter lops, many shapes and sizes; Interior plywood panel- ling, exterior panotlino, and misc. lumber; 200 12 ft. roof rrusses; 34 heavy duly mobile home axles, both braking and idler; 59 5 gallon of roof tarj Bath lubs and vanily basins, Harvest Gold, Avocado ond Desert Sond; Quantity of plastic pipe; Misc. hardware, eledrlcal and plumbing; 3 Irovel trailer spore tiro carriers; Qua nil ly of metals and scrap tron l-beoms, tubing, outriggers. MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: All ifemi ae new and unused, lome non-current nnd others slightly damaged. Anyono con- templating building, renovating or furnishing n home of apartment is advised to a! tend this safe I AUCTIONEERS: Dave McNab Gerald Thompson Lie. No. 670 Lie, No. 590 May miss vote (U-M a.m. Ouolei) WESTERN OILS 6.13 Alia Easi Cii a Ashfand BP Canada Can Soufh Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homesfd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Super Cdn Long ll Charier Chleflan Dame Peta Gt Plains Gt Ctln Oil Loehlet Worth Cdn Oil Numac Peta Pan Ocean Petrol s.m. Husky Oil Husky oil B 7.65 Husky Oil War W Inter Prov Plpa 13 Inter Prov 15.37Vi TTIflser Res 8.00 Pfd 3 50 MGF Manags 995 Pacific Peta QiroTei) u.ww 43.50 J.30 T2-CO U.35 2.50 31.15 3.00 43.00 i Rainier Plni icle Kd Davidson, returning offi- cer fo.- Lethbridge constituen- cy, reports (here are some voters in the city who were enumerated but did not get on the preliminary voters list which means they cannot cast ballot on election day unless they go to the main electoral office prior to election day. MT. Davidson says anyone whose name does not appear on the list, which has been posted in each polling division, should bring his enumeration receipt io his office nt 740 4th Ave. S. to have (he matter cleared up. Tf the household has not re- I chived a mailing from the etcc- toral office, then it is not on the list. Mr. Davidson said the main areas of concern are parts of 39th and 20th Avenues S. Place Gal Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain 13. spooner Total 7. Ulster 1- Decalta t. West Peta 9. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqullalna 26 Brlnco i- Cdn A Cdn Brew B 35. Cdn Pacific Inv 23. cromnest ind 25. Cygnus A 6. Cvgnus B 6- Falcon Copper Genstar Home A Home 0 Hud Say Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil PFd Hugh Russell Teledyne Wesr Trin Seed 13 371'j Vflille Yukon 40 M Westfield y, 75 Weston Pfd a.2S CALGARY 1 90 Acroil (.00 Barcni Oil 30 50 North Cont liOO Alia Gat A AUa Gas Pref AHa Nat Gas Inland Nat Gas N and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Gaz Melro Gaz Metro A Trans Cda Trans Cda B 3.55 4.10 12.25 1.00 63.CO a.m. Ouotfll Gr Equity 8.1? invest Gr F 12.7513 Invest Mutual 5.63 6- Mulual Ac 6.00 6. Mutual Gr F 4.73 5. Nat Res 7.32 8.1 N W Cdn 5.30 5, N VJ Gr 5.62 6- Principal Gr Rovfund i.84 7- Temp Growth 7.95 8 United Ac' 5.49 Univ 28514 278 27 Hi lay ly Barley Oct 124 124 i.v Rye Oct Dec May 253i'z 86 tt 8G 123is 123'i 123% 263 P.6% liu BOH 05 vk 124 127 122 1221s 128 Va said the advertisement >een accepted in both katchewan end Ontario has Sas- and be wasn't. Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts lo 11 a.m. today on the Calgary livestock market were head, mostly butcher steers, heavy feeder steers and stock calves. Trada was strong nnd active. Butcher steers met good de- mands and sold steady to strong with sales to 35.20. Butcher heifers, cows and bulls were scarce but sold steady. Choice steers 34 to 35, sales lo 35.20, good 33 lo 34, medium 31 lo 33. Good heifers 32 to 33, medium 30 to 32. Good cows 25.60 to 26.75, odd sale higher, medium 23.50 lo 25.75, earners trices, and common to medium stock steer and heifer calves at steady prices. Goad heavy feeder steers 900 to pounds 35 to 38.40. Few good heavy feeder heiiers 33 to 34.20, common to medium slock steer calves 36.50 to 48.75. Common lo medium stock heifer calves 31 to 40.40. Hogs average base price 36.85. and cutters 19 to 23.50. Replaccmenl cattle were mostly heavy shortkeep feeder .eers which sold Vanguard VANCOUVER MINES 35 AftCO Atlas Explor Bath D renda Churchill Croyilen Davenport Dolly __ 12.12Va Equttcrlsl 12.75 Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Gralsle Lorrvex Lvtton Minerals Primer Pyramid Simpsons-Sears net earnings tip from 1971 TORONTO (CP) Simpsons- Sears Ltd. reports consolidates net earnings in the first nine monlhs this year of or 74 cents a share, up Jrom and 59 cents in the corresponding period of 1971. 'Die company said consume pending continues to be favor able, with consolidated n e ales of being 18. ;er cent higher than in Ihe first hree quarters of last year. Before-tax earnings this year otalled compared vith in 1971. .33 70.00 20.25 2S.25 12.M 4.90 70.00 5.40 6.13 7.1 i 1.73 40.50 1050 WC Trans V.'ts 5.15 MUTUAL FUNDS AIT Cdn Com B.20 S.Pi All Cdn Divid 6-97 All Cdn Vent Amr Gr F AGF Sp Cdn Invest Col Muliial Inter Cmnw Lev Vertl 4.70 6.33 3.32 5.CW .18 8.DO INDUSTRIAL Bros 3.70 B.C, M.SO Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Llva beef futures close Wednesday. Nov 34.75B; Jan 3G.OOB; Mar 35.90B. Tuesday's volume: Four cou- nt firm 1 tracts. New York stocks T er.d Anaccoda Delh S1ccl Chrysrer CornsaT DunonT (Supplied By Richnrdsoii Secnritles of Canada) 1C-1.IO 20 Gdds 161. M up -15 NJ. BJ.75 10 Base Met .30 }lfr.50 15 W Oils 751.83 Up .V..37V: Vrlirmc 1.222.000 iS-8712 Sears 17.67V7 S1d Oil of 7S.67VJ Texas Gulf Texas Co iarvesl Coppp 59 Corp YORK AVERAGBI 16975 Wootwwlh 3J-00 30 Indust 952.61 up 7425 Elec a.Wy JO Rails 31S.35 up 2.T6 U.S. u mimics M5.3S up -79 Gen Elec n.W', 23 TORONTO AVERAGES Alecks 311. -0 Up l.lf y Ward 23.iiJ 20 Indirsf 2M.E3 off Volume 9.W0.009 recessing an 1003 4th Avenue S.r lethbridgo Telephone 328-4426 roccssinc vices 35.37V 3S.50 Cofp Invest 47.00 Corp In St 55.12Vj 4J.M Gr In Shares B.C. SufrST Pfd 6.95 Cflpt Inter 3.15 Col 3.50 Crcslbrook F Ind 300 ____ 7.49 Hys 3.35 14.54 16.00 Key Indust J.Q3 4.43 Pacific West Air 3350 7.98 B.A? 1nl1 Res 6.07 A 64 OILS Atbany OH -A3 13.76 13.98 Plains Pele .29 4.22 4-6J Explw .08 By Gene Fawcelle WANT TO KNOW HOW MANY MILES PERSAUONVDU'Rg WHilE PRIVINS YOUR CAR DASH AV5UNTEO INSTRUMENT SIVES CONTINUOUS MP6 BYAUroMATlCALLY EOlNG THE MATH USUALLY R6QUIRE0 AFTERTHETRlP.., REPRESENTATIVE Required for inleresling position in Sales and Customer relations work in Lethbridge and district. Solaried position wilh tar depreciation mileage allowance and excellent employee benefits. Applicants shold be at Icasl 24 years of oge, Grade XII education and preferrably some sales In ing. Wrilfen apptico lions only should be submiMcd giving resume of education and experience to MR. T. MARTIN, AlBERTA BLUE CROSS Rm. 213 Mezzanine Floor, Chinook Ridge Centre South, Calgary, Alberta Named Salesman of the Month JACK WYATT Bcny Chevrolet OMsmohile is pleascti to announce that Jack has achieved the honor of "SALESMAN OF THE MONTH" for September. J972. Jack has had a of experience in the sales field in the auto- mobile industry. Flo wel- comes his many friends and customers to come in and .see the new 1973 cars and trucks. As an experienced transporlalion expert his ad- vice to you is Deal with Bcny You'll BENYfil. BENY CHEVROLET OlDSMOBILE OK SUPERMARKET CAR IOT PHONE 327-3148 NOW AVAILABLE Fireplace Coal Long lasting, economical, heat and comfort for that sum- mer cottage, fishing retreat or the home fireplace. 9 Deep seam mined in the Drumheller Valley Low ash and sulphur content. Sized for convenient use n fireplace, heater or stove. Specially treated to control dust and deterioration. 9 Packed in 40 Ib. heavy weight cello bags (many practical uses for empty bags) .49 Polythene Bag 1 OR U5E YOUR CRESTIINE BUDGET ACCOUNT CRESTLINE BUILDERS MARKET LTD. "LETHBRIDGE'S INDEPENDENT BUILDING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" 1123 30th St. N. Phone 327-5444 or 327-5110 Also Availablo at Following Dealers Hoyr's Downtown Woolco Canada Safeway Revelstoke Companies ltd. S. A. Co-Op ;