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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Prices edge up at mid-morning TORONTO (CP) Prices edged fractionally higher for the second consecutive session in moderate mid-morning trading on the Toronto slork market today. On index, industrials were up .03 to 177.00 and golds .17 to 169.85. Base metals dropped .00 lo 88.49 and western oils .82 to 236.66. Volume by II a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Wednesday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 88 to 84, with 184 issues unchanged. Strongest sectors were beverages, steel, real es- tate and general manufacturing. Seagrams rose Hi to SaOM-, MacMUlan Bloedel lo Tara to Inland Natural Gas Vi to Northern and Central Gas Va to Gulf Oil Vs to 52514, Maltagami !z lo S2S and Rio Algom to 515. Walker-Gooderham dropped to Thomson News- papers to Bow Valley VA to L.abatt lo ?25, Inco Vt to ?33Vi, Noranda to S33, Hudson Bay Mining !s lo and Great Plains Vs lo LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Papers and industrials led as prices moved ahead in most sectors in light morning trading on the Montreal slock market today. Combined volume on Hie Montreal and Canadian Slock Exchanges at 31 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same lime Wednesday. On index, the composite rose .25 to 182.14, industrials .36 to 185.C1, banks .10 lo 209.47 nml papers .70 to 78.99. Utilities slipped .04 to 152.35. Distillers-Seagrams rose lo Pacific Petroleum K to Stelco '.4 lo Mac- Millan Bloedel lo Domin- ion Textile -Is to nnd Great Lakes Paper nk to S147K. B.C. Telephone dropped (o Shell Canada lo S3iiTi and Walker-Gooderham '-la to 536. PRICES DRIFT NEW YORK (AP) Slock market prices drifted in slug- gish trading today. Tlie Dow .Jones average of 30 j industrials at noon up 0 51 at 899.53. i Advances held a slight lead over declines on the New York Stock' Exchange. News that Britain had cut ils prime lending rale and thai U.S. wholesale food, raw mate- j rial and finished manufactured I prices rose 0.3 per cent last month had little impact on the j market Tlie Associated Press 60-slock average at noon was unchanged at Airlines, chemicals, and utili- ties were higher. Oils, elec- i Ironies, aircrafls, mail order-re- tail, steels and rubber issues were down. Motors, metals, and rails were mixed. Noon prices on the NYSE in eluded Plessey off '.'a to Amerada Hess up to General Poods oti Vi lo and Purex off lo Dome Mines advanced 1% ti Mclntyre Porcupine am Canadian pacific were up Vj t and Massey-Fergu. son was off V-] at On the American Stock Ex change, Jupiter Corp. lost a Up were Brascan Ltd at and Canadian Marcon at 52.88. Livestock Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 110 cattle Receipts mostly slaughtei cattle. Trade active. Good anc choice butcher steers meetin; reasonably good demand a steady prices. Gcod and choice butcher heifers quarter more higher under good de mand. Medium and good 51 cr more higher for the week Bulls steady. Medium and goo< replacement cattle steady to 5t cents higher Ciwice steers 3025 to 20.70 good 29.50 lo 30. Choice heifers 27 to 27.70 good 20.25 ll 27. Goad cow-s 22.75 to 23.70; me dium 20.50 to 22.50; cannen and cutlers 18 lo 20. Good heavy feeder steers 30 to 31.50; medium 28 to 29.50. Gond feeder heifers 26 lo 28 Butcher hogs sold Wednesday f.o.b. Lplhbridge 2195 base price. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offei mostly mixed grades of slaugh ter cattle. Trade was aclivc. Slaughter steers fairly sleady, heifers 25 cents lower cows SI higher with sales lo 2' slid bulls steady. Choice slaughter steers 30.5i (o 31.20, goad 29.50 to 30.50, me- dium 2S to 29.25. Choice heifers 27.50 lo 2J.10. good 2S.25 to 27.25, medium 25 lo 26.25. Good cows 22.30 lo 23.50, medium 21 to 22.25, canners and cutlers 17 lo 20.25 Good bulls 24 to 25.50 Replacement cattle were in short supply with those offeree trioslly heavy, short-keep slews selling at steady prices Insut ficient sleek calves to establish a market. Goad feeder steers more than 75C pour.ds 30.50 to 33.70. Hcgs base price 21.90. Lambs were lower Wednes day wilh gccd kinds at 20. The Calgary market will be closed Labor Day. Sept. 6. THINGS to make Things EASIER A era ton Belt Reducer Bicycles Boh Cuifers Camping Sfoves, Tenrs, etc. Car Po'lers Reamers, elc. Cement Mixers, Trowels, etc Coffee Urns Cols Crone-Hoist Cribi Dishes Glassei Goblels Punch Bowls Silverware Demolition Hammer Drills Drive-H Gun Exerciser Bikcj. High Chtn'i Ice Cream Molcer Jacks Knee Kicker Ladders Lawn Mower Lawn Rollers Lino Roller Painf Sprayer Piny Pens Plumber- Snakes, elc. Post Hole Diggers Pumps Power Rake Rolo-Tiller Sanders Saws Shampooers Sauna Baths Tables Tow Bars, elc. Wallpaper Remover Wheelbarrows elc. Open 7-7 (excepl Sun. and holidays) CALL WAKD5 FOR YOUR RENTAL NEEDS 1712 2nd Avc. S. Ph. 328-8775 HAVE BEEN LAUNCHED Tlie first of four new con- tainer ships for the run between Australia, New Zealand and Uie NorLb America has been launched in the United States. By Gene FawceKe THE T.ALKIMG CLOCK REPORTED HERE OVER A YEAR AGO, HAS BEEN TAUSMT TO SPEAK 5 NEW LANGUAGES-FRENCH SPANISH, JAPANESE, ITALIAN ANDSERMAN. AS WITH THE ORIGINAL ENGLISH VERSION, NEW MODELS CAN BE SET TQAN WDUWCE THE ORATSHORTER INTERVALS... OF COURSE, ITS A FULL- STANPARD ClOCK AS Iffti ANPM 1003 4lh Avonuc S., Ullibridgo Telephone 328-4426 JT rCifCSsil Miscellaneous quotations Oil company Ihikes prices Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, Koadhause and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALS WESTERN OILS Almlnex AHa East Gas Asamcra Alhland BP OH Gas Can south Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homesld can Home Pld Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Lend Is Cdn Super Ccn Del Rio Charter ChleMan Dome Pete Dynamic Pete Gt Plains Lochlel Alill Cify New conr North Cdn Oil Numac Permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Tola I W. Decalta 5.70 5.35 1B.DO 1200 6.95 5.55 4.05 1P.50 11.00 5.70 7.25 37.25 6.70 11.75 .51 1.30 .62 1.2! .41 18.15 a.os 11.75 7.00 5.25 12.75 1.82 7.75 7.25 a.m. cuoien Hud Bay Oil Pfd 55.00 Hugh Russell 19.25 Husky Oil Husky Oil B Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pipe Inter Prov Sleel Joulel Kaiser Res Kam Kofla Lake Dufualt L Ont Port Cei MGF Mange Mentor Newconex Pacilic Pete Rank Org Selk Hold Shell Can Shell Inv Pfd Shell Inv WIs Sicks Tnledyne Wesl Cdn Seed While Yukon CALGARY Barons Oil North Cont Madison Warnei 15.50 2.30 5. 36.00 21.00 2.75 J.75 10.50 -Ofi a.m. Quoietl Corp Invest S S.lfi 5 (.1 Dreyfus F U.S. 12.36 1J.55 Group Inc S 3 SO 3 Ei Growth Equity 6.34 Invest G F 11. D) 12.04 Invest Mul 5.35 5.65 Mul Accum 5.75 rtrtul Grow F 5.T8 5.70 Nat RCS 7.33 B.01 N. W. Finance AM 5.0S MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Agra Ind PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gas T L A Alia Gas T L Pfd 74.00 Alia Nat Gat, 23.25 Cdn West Nal G 16.50 Inland Nat Gas N and C Gas N.W. Growth. Prlncipnl G P.oylund Temple United Atc-jm Universal ,iav .._ ____ VANCOUVER Anuk 36.67V] Arclic Mfnfncj 37.B7V2 Alias Explora i; oo Balhursl Norse Belh Copper Block Bros. Brenda B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar Pld Capfain Infernal Churchill Cop Columbia Cell Coronation Cred 5.22 fi.07 1.23 i.44 5.6: 5.05 15.14 27.BO 4.92 541 7.22 7.94 .21 .03 .-'.4 19.CO 3.15 S.iQ 19.42V- 19.61 Vi 3.7S l'.W 4.15 ,19 B.B7Vi H and C Ptd 8.00 27.35 5.50 A qua fa in e Bnl Nfld Cdn Brew A CUn Brew G Crtn Hydro Car Cdn Occidental Cdn Pac Inv Pfd 24.00 rpR Pld Crowsnest Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Cum Prog Gt Cdn Oil S Pac Gas Trans Gaz Metro Pfd A Gaz Melro Trans Cdn P Trans Cdn Creslhrook F Ind Dolly Varden Dynasly ____ Forf Reliance 13.12V1 Ginnt Mascol 15.65V3 Granlsle 31 00 Growers B 13.DD Key Indus! 66.75 Hys 5.67.V2 Interior Brew 3fi.5Q Inlernat War 67.25 KamlDops Cop ____ Trans Cdn P Pld J2.00 Lornex Trans Cdn P War 11.67V3 Lyllon Minerals West Trans 25.75 New Imp Mlnei yj Wesl Pac fi.50 Okanagan Helicop 5.75 MUTUAL FUNDS Plains Pete .27 5.B7V3 All Cdn Com B.40 9.1B Primer 03 6.00 All Cdn Divid 9.43 10.31 Pyramid .i7 I? 00 All Cdn Venl 3.7? J.D6 Silver Standard 5.00 American Grow Stampede Inl'l Res .77 Gl Ccin Oil S 6-75 100.00 A.G.F. Special 2.90 Texmonf Home A 34.62W Cdn Invest F 5.01 Trojan Home B 34.50 Called Mut 6.30 6 9? Western Mines Home Pillld 2.45 Common Inter 13.00 14.37 Westcoast Res Hud Bay Co lB.62Vz Common Ltv 3.42 3.76 West Exptora Hud Bay Oil 45.50 Corp Invest 5.51 Ulica .C? 7.I.U 201 .33 .25 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Securities or Canada LAST BID OR SALE (11- MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akailcho Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Belhlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chimo Conwesl Cons. Rambler Cgin Lake CochenDur Craigmonf Dlckenson Mines Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines Easf Malarlic Cast Sullivan Falconbrldge Frobex First Marillmes Bovis Granduc Headway Hollinger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex, Iron Bay ho Jolief Quebec Kerr AddlEOn Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madscn R.L. Malarlic G.F. Marlfn McMeely Maclnlyre Meta Midrlm Inlern Mogul New Wesl Home New Alhona New Calumel New Imperial Noranda Norlhgale Norlex B.m. QLWWSF 10.55 1 65 ".06 1.65 .25 19.50 41.65 l.H 20.25 2.10 1.15 8.75 1.70 .13 .33 25.25 .05 Ocemlska Os Is ho Pallno Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore. Rio Altjom Roman Corp. SherriM Gordon Silver Miller Sleep Rock Tek Corp. Texmont .ij Upper Cenada 2-01 Western Mines 2.B5 Wrighl Hargrcaves 1-35 Wlllroy -05 .12 YellowknHe Bear 5.05 Zenmac -09 19.50 26.25 29.50 .78 .12 1.21 .22 6.25 16.00 -05 2.18 5.55 2.75 97.25 .26 .75 7.00 1.90 5.05 B.DO 36.00 22.62Va .18 3.10 1.33 .25 7. ftS 6.00 B9.00 .12 .19 9.10 .16 -21 -W 32.75 7.55 INDUSTR Abllibl Alcan Algoma Steel Afco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Bra.'il Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Foresl B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulose Cnl Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indusl Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Comfnco Cons Balh Cons Gas blst Sea DO.TI Bridge Domlsr Dom Texllle Dom Stores Dome Pefe IALS 7.0D 12.50 8. 00 6.62 63.00 3.70 26.42Va 1.05 11.25 13.00 31.00 2. 9.M) 31.00 61.00 22. 20.42V2 Si.50 2d.OO 12.S5 19.00 36.2S a.m. Qi Dorasco Fsm Play Fd ot Amer Gr Cdn Oil Gen Mofors Gl Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Inl Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Gn A Int Utilities Indus' Accept Laurentide Kelly Doug A Loeb UolMaw A Metro Stores Niaisey Ferg McMillan Bloc Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B Norlh. Cenl Power Corp Price Co Rolhmans Si Law Corp Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Sears Steel of Can Selkirk A Texacg Traders Gp A Trar.s AAfn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union VcrcatiiG Mtg Wesleel Union Car Weslon's B Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Zenith Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova scolia Royal Tor-Dcrn 23.75 1300 69.5D 5.00 83.75 U.2S 25.00 2.30 32.50 35.75 29.37V3 33.50 2B.OO 38.25 Jfl.iO 8.25 5 00 3.50 11.75 2J.OO 18.25 15 50 A 95 sno 10 19.00 36.E7Vj 21.12V2 2S.DO 76.00 15 12W 13.55 23.25 36.00 15.00 3.65 11 50 16 00 17.25 23.50 4.75 I.BO 23.00 1600 27.50 VANCOUVER (CP) Im- pcrial Oil announced Wednes- day it is increasing the price of gasoline, dicsel fuel, stove oil, kerosene, lnrbu nnd avia- tion fuel by one-ccnL-a-gallon to jis dealers in British Columbia. Furnace and marine oils are not affected. A Company spokesman said Thonday, September 2, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Two valuation days lax lawyer's theme VANCOUVER fCP) Fi- will likely opt for Dec. 31 as Hie increases, effective immo- j t dialely, are needed to cover in- creased operating costs. The company's last price increase was in December, 1970, when gasoline and fuel oil went up one cent a gallon. The spokesman said the one- nance Minister Benson is em- powered by proposed new tax legislation [0 fjj. but two, valuation days, a Van- couver Board of Trade scrniiiar was told Wednesday night. information about (he cent increase applies to sales to dealers throughout the prov- ince with the execution of avia- tion gasoline, which is being in- creased one cent in the Van- couver area and 1.5 cents else- where. The spokesman said it was not known whether dealers would pass along the full in- crease to retail customers. Regular gasoline seDs for 49.9 cents a gallon in Vancouver. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures: Nov .Ian Mar Tuesday's tracts. Open High Low Close 32.MIB 3I.IOB 30.23N volume: oon- Polato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Mari- time potato futures; Open High Low Close Nov 2.25N Mar 2.C3M Apr 2.70K May 3.15A Tuesday's volume: con- tracts. illation days was given by tax lawyer Jacques Bar- beau, one of a panel of three experts who addressed more than GOO businessr en. Announcements about valua- tion day.s now have men- tioned only one day being set for valuation purposes. Tlie fair market value of assets on that day would be the base from which capital gains tax would be measured in the future. But, Mr. Barbeau pointed out, the legislation which comes before Parliament next week for study, gives Mr. Benson the power to fix one valuation day for publicly trade securities and another for other types of property. "I a-n sure some of you may wonder why (he minister has reserved the right to fix a val- uation day on any day between June 19 and some day in 1971 or indeed in he said. ''According to the minister this leeway is necessary to pre- vent taxpayers from increasing the fair market value prior to tile implementation of the new tax system. "By keeping taxpayers in suspense as lo whether valua- tion day is lo be June 19 or Nov 1, (he minister is hopeful that taxpayers will refrain from taking any action to in- flate unduly the fair market value of capital assets. "In my opinion, the exercise is purely a psychological one. The possibility that valuation dav can be fixed on June 19 will be sufficient deterrent to avoid the manipulation." Barbeau said the minisler Netv York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada CORRECTION Centre Village IGA In the ad fhat appeared Wednesday Sept. 1st, the price of T-BONE or CLUB STEAKS 1.39 Should have read, Ib. valuation day lo avoid crili- sm that capital gains acwuing on a valuation day before Jan. avoid capital gains tax. This was wrong, he said, be- cause (he tax wUJ only apply on any profit alter valuation day. I, 1972 are in effect taxed iclro- JIi1. Barljeau said that Ben- actively. son had adopted "rather a cav- The lawyer said that there J alier approach" to the prob- was a misconception that tax-! lems involved in establishing a payers shouJd sell capital as- fair market value base on capi- sets before valuation day to tal assists. Grain price review Winnipeg Grain Dec. 'i higher 1 May WINNIPEG (CP) Kapc-i seed opened higher on commis- sion house and local buying and was up one to two cents a1 mid- session of the Winnipeg Grain Hiyli Lou- Close Exchange today, meeting offerings on the advance. Barley had a large Irade uith domestic and malster Prices were up fractionally (o one cent. Other commcdilics were steady with a quiet Irade. Volume of trade Wednesday included bushels of flax, of rye and bu- shels of rapeseed. MID-SESSION Flax: Oct. 3j higher 2.33'IB, Nov. higher 2.33'iB. Dec. 3'B higher 2.32, May higher 2.41J4. Rapeseed Vancouver: Nov. higher Jan. 2'i higher 2.59A, March 2 higher 2.6GVb. Hapeseed Thunder OcL N'ov [hl i Doc. May Oats: Dec. Bay: Dec. 1 higher Oct. Vt higher higher G3A, May !z Oct. 1 higher 2.57A. higher 2.55A, May 1'z higher 69V2A. Barley: Oct. qj higher 1 OCA, Dec. 14 higher 1.05-liB, May 1 higher 1.0531A. Hye: Oct. lower 923JA, 233 242'j 233'i 233-li 232 241'b Jtapcsctod Vancouver Scp Nov Jan Mar 2111 274' k 2703-i 277 2713i 233 2.34 2-12T 'i 24 lU 270 274 269H 253 2551; Oct Dec May Oals Oct Dec May C91 Barley Oct 106 Dec 105 May 105 Jlyc Oct Dec May Tllumler Bay G3 68 93 H S3 '2 262' i 68 6914 105 92 92 93'i 256" i 263 68 68 69'.i 106 1057B 92 92'i 93'2 INCREASED USE Britain's rivers and canals were used by pleasure craft in more than in 1BS9, the British Watanvays Board reported. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 Amr T and T Anaconda Belh Steel Chrysler Comsat Duponl General M Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Copper -3.12V: .V.onlgom W ixjo Sears Std 0 of N.J. 31.50 20 Golds 172.66 up 3.9B 10 Base M BB.66 up ,11 70.50 15 West 0 oil 1.16 Volume 30 50 Texas Co 63.00 Wkkes Corp 153.35 Woolworlh Wesffnrjhouse El ____ _____ 2B.62V? U.S. Steel 15 Ulilil 2B.35 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks SOB 26 YORK AVERAGES 49.37V? 30 Indus! 899.82 up .EO ?0 Rails up 15 Ulilil of! 15 34.00 20 Indusl 177.27 up .30 Volume Cadillac to improve bumpers DETROIT (AP) Cadillac joined today the parade of Gen- oral Motors Corp. divisions an- nouncing substantially improved mumpers on J972 cars. All new Cadillacs will have a ront bumper system capable ol .aking a crash nlo a rigid barrier without damage to Uie car, George R. F.lges, Cadillac general man- ager, told reporters at Cadil- ac's 1072 national press pre- view. Earlier Ihis week, Ponliac Hid Chevrolet Divisions also an- lounced new bumper systems. Unlike the Pontiac bumper, vliicli uses a telescoping steel rame w ilh resilient urethane ilaslic foam lo absorb impact, he Chevrolet and Cadillac sys- ems simply use a strengthened bumper on a rigid, bccfcd-up nclJl frame. The strenglh of he materials is used to absorb lie impact. Only Chevrolet's syslem is vailablc in both front and rear. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds up 3-16 lo 13-32. Pound sterling (town 5-16 at ?2.49 5-16. NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar up 5-32 at 98 39-C4 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- ling up 3-1C at 52.45 55 04. Hog pr EDMONTON (CP) Aver- Re prices to 11 a.m. provided y Uic Allxjrlji Hog Producers' larkctlng Board: Edmonton: 21.90. Average Vednesday Calgary; Average Vcdncsday 21.H9. Ix3thhridgc: No sales. Avcr- Wednesday 21.93. Tola] lags sold 231. Average 21. S'J, JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF TOM PREPCHUK Mr, Brent Logan, General Jalei Manager, Deny Chevrolet Oldsmobib is ploosed lo an- louncc Hie appoinlmcnt of Tom Pepchuk lo ihcir sales dept. Tom las been employed ot Bcny's or (ho past year as a service alpsman. Previous lo Ihis he lad 4 years experience in scv- sral aspects of I he automotive business. Ho was born and rais- cl in Iclhbrirlgn. Wilh this vol- ablo rxpcrinnco Tom well lualificd in lliis fiold and ho velconics his many ft lends anil acquaintances lo him ol ony's for Ihrir pvory motorinQ ccd. Hn is looking forward lo fl of service to them, 12 Gauge Shotgun Shells Sellior and Belliot in snot sizes 2, 4, 5, 6, 7U, end 9. p 25 lo a box. BOX rs Lee Reloaders Complete reloading tool bres 270, 303, mag, 12 gauge, 16, 20 gauge. Reg. Weolco Price Price 11.97 a set. A SET For 308, ond 410 U70 AP Remington Pump Shotgun The popular pump action shol- gun in Norlh America. Unsurpassed value at this low price. 12 gauge only.Reg. Woolco CifiO Price 104.97. 4IOO C.I.L. Pump Shotgun Model 607, chambered far all and 3" shells. Harnmerless side ejection oclion. 12 gauge and 410 gouge. Reg. Woolco 77 77 Price 89.97. I Hi-Power Rifles Parker Hale 1200C model super safari in calibres 243, 270, 308, 30 '06 ond 7mm. magnum. Olher calibres on special ordr'F at the? same price. Reg. 77 Woolco Price 157.87. 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