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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald- Business Stocks Toronto mines, industrials 'Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) 11 AM Trac Tel Advocate Forest Sugar Valley Ind Ind Brew Can NW Cellulose Canada Power Cred Central Gas Indus Marconi Cons Vickers Coin Dickenson Gas Denison 62 Seagrams D Bridge Dome Discovery Textile East Stores East Pete Mobile First Cdn Oil Giant Y Motors Lakes Paper Oil Cda Hudson Bay Hydra Sid Iron Walker Erie Joliet Oil Kerr Key Nickel Pipe Lake Group A Langis Internal Madsen R Accept Malartic G Martin Doug A A Intern Nu West Ferg New Bloed New Corp A B Pine Cent Placer Corp Pax Co Quebec CDA Rio Sears Roman Canada Sherntt A Steep Tek Group A Mtn Pipe United Can Pipe Western Carb W House Copper Gas Wright Hargreaves 1 Oil United Siscoe Mfg Yellowknite 11AM QUOTES INDUSTRIALS Abitibi Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Jannock Agra Ind Bell 39.00 21.87% 1700 650 41 A West Cdn Seed Zenith Elec BANKS Cdn Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Toronto-Dom 20.37 "j 53 12V4 16 2575 2550 38 62V, 1750 1025 4 10 5 87V, 7 87Vi 2400 220 1050 1825 385 1675 23 37V, 1637% 1700 4475 3900 2600 138714 40.75 32.75 950 810 6400 3025 3350 17.50 5.75 56.75 3200 44 62Vz 3050 24.75 9.75 27.37V! 19 12% 625 525 11 25 4.90 5.12Y2 14.50 2525 3900 5600 2650 25.25 15.37V4 10.50 13.37% 1787% 1500 1925 925 12.87% 34.25 16.50 5400 19 37 Vj 1550 34.00 18.00 10 62% 15.00 665 8 37% 1950 2400 6.00 3.20 31 50 20 87% 39 62% 3875 38.50 Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McQuaig Ltd.) 11AM QUOTES WESTERN OILS AND MINES Alton Mines 9.50 Albany 89 Alminex 760 Asamera 1462% Ashland Alta East Gas 7 40 BP Canada 1625 Brenda Mines 9.15 Can South 6.25 Cdn Ex Gas 4.55 Cdn Homestd 8 35 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 9 75 Chieftan 1412% Cdn Super Oil 58 25 Dome Pete 41 50 Dynasty 13.62% Fort Reliance Giant Mascot 3 20 Gibraltar Granisle 9 50 Gt Plains 29 00 Gt Cdn Oil S 8 30 Lochiel Ex 3 25 Lytton Mm 1 40 Noble Mines 1 34 North Cdn Oils 7 50 Numac 1912% Pancdn Pete 1450 Pan Ocean 1962% Petrol 1 87 Pinnacle 25 Place Gas 56 Ponder 59 Ranger 35 50 Scurry Ram 24 12% Seibens 1737% Spooner .44 Total Pete 7.70 Ulster Pete .96 United Cnaso 20 62% West Pete 7 75 W. Decalta 8 45 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd 14.25 Aquitaine 25.00 BC Sugar A Pfd 14 50 Block Bros 3 55 Cdn Pac Inv A Pfd 35 75 Com Cap Corp 2 80 Cdn Brew A Pfd 26 00 Cdn Brew B 31 12% Crestbrook Ind 13.50 Crowsnest Ind 29.00 Falcon Copper 14.37V2 F and M Trust 5 25 Genstar 19 00 Global Com Unit 44 50 Home A 55 25 Home B 49 62V4 Hud Bay Co 21.00 Hud Bay Oil 46 00 Hud Bay A Pfd 55 50 Hugh Russell 58 50 Husky Oil 28 25 Husky B Pfd 42 00 Husky D War 1200 Husky E War 13 12% Hys of Canada 4 00 Inter Prov Pipe 1000 Inter Prov Steel 15.12Vz Kaiser Res 4.35 Loblaw C Pfd 27 50 Magnasonics 7 25 Pete 34 25 Pacific West Air 9 75 Pe-Ben Oilfield 8.00 Rainier Inc 4.87% Ftoyil Trust 28.00 Sandwell Teledyne West Cdn Seed Westfield Min Weston A Pfd White Yukon PIPE LINE Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pfd Alta Nat Gas Inland Nat Gas Gaz Metro Gaz A Pfd N and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Trans Can Pipe Tr Can A Pfd Tr Can B Pfd Tr Can War WC Trans WC Trans Wts STOCKS 6.25 5.50 6.12V2 1.40 5950 1037% 11 50 6750 2000 1000 4.70 65.50 1050 2300 11 00 3500 6325 3925 7.10 17.75 340 CALGARY Acroll 71 Barons Oils 05 N Continent .01% West Warn .30 VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explor 38 Bath Norse 72 Dankoe 2 05 Davenport 45 Dolly Vard .23 Equitonal .17 Lornex 1375 Primer 07% Pyramid 12% Silv Stand 1 51 Vai Copper 11 50 INDUSTRIALS Colum Brew 4.50 Key Indus .20 Wardair 1.75 OILS PRP Explor 88 Plains Pete 25% Pond Explor .86 Stam Intl Res 1 05 MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com 7.45 8.10 All Cdn Div 7 89 8 58 All Cdn Ven 3.96 4 30 Amer Grow f 5 80 6 37 AGF Spe 3 13 Cdn Invest F 5 38 5.90 Col Mutual 6 35 6.97 Com Inter 14.97 16.45 Com Lever 3.93 4 32 Com Venice 7.48 8 22 Corp Invest 6.67 7 33 Corp Invest F 5 68 6 24 Dreyfus F US 12 15 13.32 Grt Pacific 559 614 Grpd Income 3.77 4.15 Grow Equity 8.28 9.10 Invest Grow F 12.89 14 09 Invest Mut 6.21 6.79 Mul Accum 6 53 718 Mut Grow F 4 00 4.40 Nat Res 5 39 5.92 NW Cdn 6 07 6 67 NW Grow 559 614 Prln Grow 5.14 5 64 Prov Mutual 8.06 6.81 Royfund 7.30 7 60 Temple Grow 8 47 9 28 Unit Accum 5.43 5.97 Univer Sav 8 45 9.30 Umvest 6.43 7.07 Vanguard 7 16 7.85 (Supplied by York Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T4T Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont General Motors Gulf Int Harvester Kenn. Copper Montgomery Ward Sears X Ron Texas Quit Texas Co Wlx Corporation 49.62% 29 12% 34.25 23.50 53.00 201.75 64 37% 2475 3375 3800 25 12% 9500 95.75 31 37% 33 62% 15.87% Woolworth 23 00 Westlnghouse Elec 3237% U.S. Stwl 36.87% Gen Tel Elec 29.25 TORONTO AVERAGES 20 Industrials 237 55 up 1.07 20 Golds 276.72 up .22 10 Base Metals 111.81 up 1 04 15 Western Oils 282 37 up 9 72 Volume NEW YORK AVERAGES 20 Industrials 989 54 up 2.48 20 Rails 18601 up 1 16 15 Utilities 101 41 up .25 65 Stocks 30026 up 1.00 Volume TSE market prices up Monday, October 29, 1073 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 23 TORONTO (CP) All sec- tors of the Toronto stock mar- ket were sharply higher in ac- tive mid-morning trading today. The industrial index, consid- ered the major indicator of market trend, rose .75 to 237.23, golds .99 to 277.49, base metals .78 to 111.55 and western oils 6.92 to 279.57. Volume by 11 a.m. was 1.01 million shares compared with at the same time Fri- day. Advances more than doubl- ed declines, 218-to-92, with 192 issues unchanged. Oil refining, industrial min- ing, steel and pipeline stocks were among advancing sec- tors of the market while food processing, trust and loan, real estate and merchandising sectors were lower. Asbestos Corp. rose to Pacific Pete to Bow Valley to Huskey Oil to and Imperial Oil to Preston Mines was up Vz to Falconbridge Copper Vs to and Roman Corp. Vs to Scurry-Rainbow climbed Vz to Decca 25 cents to and Chieftain to Royal Bank fell V4 to and Inco to Gibraltar slipped V4 to MONTREAL jumped in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Friday. Industrials rose 4.75 to 266.38, the composite 3.85 to 24555, papers 3.27 to 152.57, bank 2.67 to 292.10, and utilities 1.35 to 147.54. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Dome Petroleums move up 1 1-2 to 1-2, Pan- canadian Petroleum one to 1-2, Asbestos Corp. one to British Columbia Forest Products 3-4 to and Aquitaine Corp. of Canada up 5-8 to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, Quebec Uranium Min- ing rose two cents to 54 cents on shares traded. NEW YpRK (AP) Stock market prices moved slightly higher today as investors cau- tiously continued the upswing begun last Friday. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was 3 23 higher at 990.29 at noon. On Friday it had closed at its highest level since last Feb. 13 On the New York Stock Exchange, ad- vances led decline. 721-to-498 among issues t. aded. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Trading increased biu prices remained well down through mid-session on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange today. of buying interest combined with selling pressure from locals and com- mission houses to push prices in all commodities except oats below previo .s close prices. Flax was xl jt 20 cents lower while rapeseed was down at or near its 20-cent dai- ly limit and rye was down 14 to 20 cents. Barley was slight- ly weaker. Friday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rye and of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax- Oct. 25 lower 9.25A; Nov. 24 lower 9.13A; Dec 19 lower 8.90A; May 27Vz lower 855A. Rapeseed Vancouver: Nov. 20 lower 5 27A, Jan 20 lower S.lSVzA; March 20 lower 5.03A; June 20 lower 4.95A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 18V4 lower 4.52A; Nov. 20 lower 4.52'AA; Dec. 20 lower 4.56A; May 20 lower 4.67A. Oats: Oct. unchanged 1.60B; Dec. Vt higher 16.61 VzB, May higher July not open. Barley. Oct. unchanged 2.26; Dec. V2 lower May I1.: tower 2.21B; July not open Barley: Oct. unchanged 2.26; Dec lower 224VzA, May lower 2.21B; July not open. Rye: Oct. 20 lower 2.25A; Dec. 16 lower; May 14% lower July 14V2 lower 2.20A. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Monday was up 7-50 at 16-25. Pound ster- ling was down 11-20 at 49- 50 In New York, the Canadian dollar was down 7-50 at 9- 25. Pound sterling was down 9- 10 at 12.42 17-20. Among Canadians on the New York exchange, Alcan was up to Seagrams to and International Nickel Vs to Canadian Pacific was un- changed at and Dome Mining at Mclntyre was off to and Hudson Bay V4 to Vi. On the American exchange, Scurry Rainbow advanced to Quebecor was un- changed at Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Banister Continental Ltd., six months ended Sept 30. 1973, 84 cents a share. 1972. Consumers Glass Co. Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1973, 26 cents a share. 1972. 84 cents. Fidelity Mortgage and Sav- ings Corp., nine months ended Sept 30 1973, 393 cents a share: 1972, 36.9 cents. GSW Ltd., nine months end- ed Sept 30 1973, eight cents a share, 1972, 54 cents. Gozlan Bros. Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1973 55 8 cents a share. 1972. 30cents Great Lakes Paper Co. Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1973. 32 a share, 1972. 25 cents. Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1973, 46 a share, 1972. Laura Secord Canada Shops Ltd., live months ended Sept 30 1973. loss, 1972, MacLean-Hunter .Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1973. 50 1 cents a share. 1972. 44 cents. Preston Mines Ltd., nine 'months ended Sept 30 1973, 1972, 087.000 North .West .Trust .Co., six months ended June 30; 1973. 000. 12 cents a share. 1972 47 cents Preston .Mines .Ltd., .nine months ended Sept 30' 1973, 98 a share, 1972, 54 cents Rio Algom Mines Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1973. a share: 1972. 77 cents Holland Paper Co. Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30 1973, per class A share, 1972. 48 cents. Total Petroleum North America Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30' 1973, 66 cents a share, 1972. 21 cents United Keno Mines Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30 1973. profit 53 cents a share. 1972. loss. 15 cents Warnock Hersey Inter- national Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30: 1973, 82 cents a share. 1972, 32 cents Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. Monday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled 450 head, mostly cows and stock calves. Trade was active. There were no slaughter steers or heifers on offer. Cows were mainly in the lower grades selling steady for quality. Cows Dl and 2 35 to 37, D3 33.50 to 35, D4 29 to 33. There were insufficient replacement steers or heifers sold early to establish quotations. Stock calves sold steady for quality Good stock steer calves more than 400 pounds 55 to 61.75. Good stock heifer calves more than 400 pounds 45 to 51. Hogs sold fob Calgary to 11 a.m. average base price 53.05 to 53.10. Preliminary slaughter figures for week ended Oct 27- Alberta hogs beef Canada hogs beef Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. Monday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board with Friday's average in brackets: Edmonton: 53.10 Red Deer: 53.10 Calgary: 53.10 Lethbndge: Total hogs sold 811, hogs sold Friday Average 54.00. Sows average 40.10. Home building costs higher je oil carrier The huge tanker, Idemitsu Maru, will start carry- ing oil from the Persian Gulf to Japan in December. The tanker, almost fully automated, will be operated by a crew of 32. More than two-thirds of Japan's oil supplies come from the Middle East. OTTAWA (CP) Residen- tial construction costs in September rose six-tenths of one per cent over August and were 10.8 per cent higher than September, 1972, Statistics Canada reports. The increses were blamed on almost equal increases in the cost of material and labor. Labor costs rose 10 per cent over the year, with the cost of material up 11.2 per cent. The actual index, based on 1971 costs equalling 100, stood at 1247 in September, com- pared to 123.9 in August and 112.7 in September, 1972. Labor costs rose one per cent between August and September, with the cost of materials increasing by six- tenths of one per cent. Higher month-to-month increases were shown in the non-residential building index, which jumped by 2.1 per cent between August and September. The over-all index rose by 8.7 per cent between September 1972 and last month The jump in the index was led by a 99.2-per-cent increase in the cost of plumbing and heating equipment over the last 12 months Venezuela oil hike no surprise OTTAWA (CP) Energy Minister Donald Macdonald says there is little Canada can do about increases in the price of oil announced by Venezuela. The increase about 56 per the price of a 35- gallon barrel of oil imported from Venezuela to from the value placed on it Friday. "The increase was not a Mr. Macdonald said in an interview Sunday. "It was a fairly obvious move on their part once the Arabs increased their prices. "But it is significant for Canada and we are very concerned by it." Lumber and lumber products were up 24 per cent over the same period. Labor costs rose three per cent between August and September and were seven per cent higher than last year. Newspaper ad rates may go up NEW YORK (AP) Many U.S. newspapers, already economizing because of a newsprint shortage, have in- dicated that a 14-per-cent price increase announced last week will probably force them to raise advertising and cir- culation rates. Last Wednesday the Cana- dian International Paper Co. said it will raise the price of newsprint by a ton to a ton effective Nov. 1. The size of the increase stunned U.S. publishers who had been expecting a two-part boost announced recently by some other big Canadian pro- ducers. This plan called for an increase of a ton on Jan. 1 and another increase of a ton on July 1. W. H. James, publisher of the New York News, sent a telegram to Canadian Inter- national rebuking the com- pany for giving short notice of the price increase and calling the move "a flagrant dis- regard of commonsense customer relations." James termed the proposed increase "highly inflationary SEEKS BRAZIL TRADE BRASILIA (AP) East Germany will intensify its commercial relations with Brazil starting with a 1975 trade fair in Sao Paulo The announcement by Dieter Kulitzka. head of the Latin American division of the East German foreign ministry, came a day after Brazil and East Germany announced es- tablishment 'of diplomatic relations GROWTH STOCKS BEST TO MAKE CAPITAL GAINS TORONTO (CP) Investors looking for capital gains and who are willing to take some risks should choose growth stocks as the core of their portfolios, Babson's Report says Growth portfolios usually are held by those in high in- come tax brackets who want to minimize tax liabilities but who still are able to take risks because their earning power will remain high for many more years. Babson's defines growth stocks as those whose per- share earnings have advanced' and are expected to continue at a faster rate than the gross national product and the rest of the industry. Such stocks have been found in new industries, such as electronics, where heavy spending on research and development has turned up new products and markets. Other companies without a strong record may show promise because of new developments while establish- ed companies may be betting a "second wind." In selecting growth stocks, an investor must be sure of the reason why strong ear- nings are expected. Babson's says Feed grains price hike WINNIPEG (CP) Increased minimum prices for feed grains sold by Manitoba producers will be effective Monday, says the Manitoba Feed Grains Marketing Commission Wheat used for feed, basis 3 cw, will be a minimum of a bushel, up from and No. 1 feed barley will be a bushel, up from Oats will remain at a bushel. 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