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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mondoy, October 30, 1972 IHE LFWBR1DOE HERAID i9 prices BL Stock in sluggish trade TORONTO (CP) Trading was sluggish and prices on the downside in mid-morning trad- ing today on the Toronto stocrk market. Tim industriul index, a major indicator of market levels, was down .13 to 205.47. Other in- dexes also were down: gold 1.71 to 173.M, base niclals .07 U) SU.6G and western oils .07 to 249.15. Volume by 11 ;un. was 000, up From at the same time Friday. Of the 340 issues traded, 95 showed advances, 80 declined ahead of gainers, and 156 remained unchanged. Advancing industrial issues included Home Oil, up Ts to Ivaco Industries, up 3a to Trimac up 9s to Dylex up Vi to and Mel- chers Distillery up I't to Aquitaine vas off Vi to and Ford of Canada Vi to In mines, Iso was up 35 cents lo and CopperEields 22 cents to S'2. Thc two complies announced a drill in Quebec had intersected sections "ex- pected to he ore grade." Teck Corp., with which Iso and Cop- perfield are associated, was down 40 cents to ?4.25. In oils, Western Dficalta was up five cents to and Spoo- ner four cents to 7fi cents. Losses went to Sunnin gdate Oils, down 20 cents to and Siebcns. off to while Readers dropped to On the Canadian Stock change, Gsspc Quebec lost nin cents to on share traded. Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson SccnrHles of Canada) LAST BID OH SALTS (ITiOO a.m, Quotes) MINES Advocate ada Tunr Cassiar Cenlral Pat. .35 a.m. Cuofcs) llorlcx .5 15. IS Con: west Pine Point Placer D-JV, P.C. Exp. Otrebec Man Rayrock Radlore 13.12Vi Rto Algom 1.25 Roman Corp ).CO Shcrritf Gordar rnbler Sllv Wilier Coin Lake Cochenour Deniscn Mines Deer Hern D'Eldono [3omo Donaldi Rock Tck'Corn. Texmort Upper Canada Western Mines Hargreavcs Dofasco cohie "tl.75 rord of Am Grl Ctin Oil Gen Molori Grt LaXca V01 Gull Oil Ski ft.dS Vlur Erie Imp Oil iasta QUDlei) 57.75 19.50 R.35 1.74 Int NkV.cl (55 Inl F'i Inv Grn A Inl Ulil ln-J Accept ife Bear 3-35 Kc Disc Mir, Hast Malarlic Easl Sullivan Kalconbridge 2.15 2.C7 54. NEW YORK e overcome, Mr. Choplanc added that there has been remarkable" resurgence i [he world for wool. "Several years ago the pul lie and the clothing uidnstr was all for man-made fibre id the use of wool droppe almost to zero." He said Australia, one of the world's largest wool-pro- dueing its sheep population decline dras- tically. Now there was a shortage of wool in that coun- try. "The demand now is re- markable, with a complete re- versal from, synthetics to the use of 100-per-cent wool and wool blends in the clotliing in- dustry, The price went up 30 per cent during the last year expected to go higher." Coupled with this demand as a need for more shearers o do custom work. "Years ago in this northern ountry everybody sheared heir own flocks, now I would ay about 50 per cent hire ustom shearers and this de- mand is Mr. Shop- and said. The commission secretary also said the industry can ba a boon to the small operator on a family-farm setup. "Sheep fit in well with peo- ple on small acreages and tha whole family can take part ia looking after them." Minister [eaves city Rev. William J. Gamble, min- ster of the Lethbridge Pente- costal Tabernacle for seven years, and his wife, Mae, will cave the city Tuesday. Mr. Gamble said the move is permanent. They will be taking jp evangelistic work in British Columbia. An interim minister has been chosen who will take over Mr. Gamble's duties until a perm- anent minister arrives. Hog prices EDMONTOX (CD Aver- ape prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 35.65, overage Friday 36.11. Red Deer: 35.60, average Friday 3S.07. Calgary: 35.GO, average Friday 36.13. Lethbridge: Nil, average Friday 30.10. Total hogs sold Total Friday Average 36.11. Sows average 25.85. The Airport Fast Food outlet opened Wednesday. 11 I M uu nan; lu mi ncr kinds, with nil grades se 1- at Lethbridge, ove ,ng steady. The few bulls sold laek o{ such g nera steady. Choice slaughter steers J4 to 35 gooi_ 33 to 34, medium 31 to 33. Good cows 26 to 27, medium 23.50 Ui 75, canners and cut- lers 10 to 23.50. Good bulls 27.50 to 29.50. Replacement cattle and stocx LCG holding quality. Good feeder steers over 730 pounds 31.25 to 38.75. la's than 750 pounds 37.42, good feeder heifers 31.50 to 34.25. I'.iecnon 01 directors lor iw uvjiti.> ----_-- Jiitlc ami Kerr Districts will J Good stock steer calves 44 to place at their meetings. Members and all (liose intcr- in the co-op are welcome o attend nny of the meetings. Vomen are especially respective 150.25, depending on weight. Good slock hei.cr calves 36 to Refreshments v.ill ind draws ioor prizes. ill bo be served made for 40, depending on weight. Hogs base price 35.60. Future cattlemen may join Dividends H.v TIIK CANADIAN TRESS riiilish Columliin Tplf-phone Mil., common 30 cenls; 4'z-per- rr.nl pW. SI. 12; 4.S-l-per-ccnl pi W. cents; pfd. 7.01-per-cent pfd. 41 cents, all Jan. 1. record Dec 15. pfd. SI.Id; 43.v pcr-ccnt scries IMG 5-15 pcr-ccnt pfd. S1.2S, nil Jan. 15 record Dec. 29. 4's-per-cen pfd. fi-per-cent pfd. both Feb. 1, record Dec. 29 O.Ml-per-ccnt -12'i cents 15, record Nov. SO. Chrysler Corp.. 2f> cenls U.S. PINCIIKIl CREEK (SpcciaH Youlll of I he area, both boys and girls, may register now in I u, record Nov. G. Ihe Future Cuttle Breeders nr- I cilics Services Co.. 55 cent; ganizatinn. U.S., Dec. 11, record Nov. G. Days Tlie Rodeo Club Hi the Letli- ridge Community College is porisoring Western Days today Friday. Organizers have devised a vide variety of off-beat events o keep tho activity moving in- -hiding bucking barrels, s'.cer i d i n g and goat tying. There rill also be a vviml-up cabaret at the Exhibition grounds ,-liere the rodeo queen will be owned. By Gene Fswcetla THE HOME KNI7T1N3AUCHINE HAS BEEN 'TOMPJTERlZEa" WHEN A FLINCH CARpiVrTH ENCOCiO RATTER.N CATA IS INSERTED IN ANEW BRITISH MACHINE, THEDES IGNIS A3 THE OPERATCRSLlOcS WE SHurTLE BACK nj0 Algom Mines 20 9 DIE IN" CFIASIT ALBACETK, Spain (AP) Two cars collided hoa'l-on Sun- day near cilv in south- Spain, killi'ig nine per- sons, police reported. They said three small children were se- riously injured. rents, Dec. 2fl. record Dec. 8; j per cent .Ian. 1, A rcorganizational meeting will be called some lime after Nov. li. The group caters to 5 onng record Dec. II. people who are not eligible to Silvrrnoods Industries Ltd. become -I -I I members. Last Cl.njs A 20 rents; Clas B SO year Iherc were 10 members