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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Daberty, Koedhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE (11. -00 i.m. OuolMi ouolwi (11 Ouomil WESTERN OILS Hud Buy Oil Pfd Corp Invest 5.53 4.0 Almlnoic S.iS Hugh Russell 19.25 Corp In 51 T i.i Alia East Gas 5.40 Husky Oil Dreyfus F U.S. 12.38 13 5 Asamera husky Oil Pfd 43.00 Gr In Shires 3.S2 3.1 Ashland 11.I1IA Husky Oil War Gr Eqully 6.3! 4.9 BP Oil Gas fi.90 mler Prov P pe invesr Gr 10.7411.7 Can Soulli 5.75 Prov Sleel 7.W Invest Mutual 5.3B 5.8 Cdn Ex GBS 4.00 Joutel .65 Mutual Ac 5.43 5.9 can Homsstd 7D.DD Kaiser Res S.15 Mutual Gr F 5.7 Cdn Homo Ptd 1J.SC Kam Kol I Nat Res 7.36 B.O Cdn Ind Gas Oil 11.00 L Dufaull 16.25 N W Fin 4.62 5.0 Cdn Long U .6! L ont Port Cem 2.30 N W Gr 5.53 e.O Cdn Super MGF ManaBB 2-00 principal Gr 4.23 i.l Ccn Del Rio 16.25 mentor Temp Gr 25.34 27.4 Charier 5.70 Newconex 5.50 United Ac 4. 92 5.4 Chicllsn 7.30 pacific Pele 35.50 Universal Sav 7.24 7.1 Dome Pele 37.50 Rank Org 21.00 VANCOUVER Dynamic Pele .92 Hold Anuk .20 Gl Plains 34.25 shell Can 37-25 Arctic Mining OB Lochlel 1.14 shell Inv Pfd 37.75 Alias Explor .44 Mill Cily 1.49 invWs 17.11'A Balh Norse .66 New Cont .57 sicks 2.75 Bch Copper 19.75 North Cdn Oil IM Teledyni Block Broi 3.10 Numac 11.75 west Cdn Seed 4.55 BrenHa 5.40 Permo .51 white Yukon 10.50 B.C. Sugnr Petrol 1.30 r.BY B.C. Sugar Pfd Pinnndc- .62 oil 06 Capt Inter 7.37V Place Gas 1.27 Churchill Copper .82 Ponder M 2, Col Cellulose 3.115 Ranger 12.75 '33 Coronallon Credit 1.05 Scj.ry Rain 1B.25 ,r'" Crestbrook F Ind 4.55 Spooner .67 PIPELINE STOCKS c flm m Tolal Pete 7.70 Alia Gas Tr L A Varden 30V W. Decalla 7.20 Alia Gas Tr L Pld 74.00 D Sl 7 ]0 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Snand Nal Gas 13.37H ,f.j? Agra Ind t.00 N and C Gas 15.50 Growers B 2.40 Alco Ind B.oo N end C B Pfd 31.21 Ke 2S Aqualaine Pacilic Gas Trans 13.M H j 3S Bril NMd 5.25 Gaz Me ro Pld A Brew 4.75 Cdn Brew A 30.00 Gaz Me ro Mariner 77 Cdn Brew B 35.50 Tr Cdn P Kamloop! Copprr .0! Cdn Hydro Car 4.B7IA Tr Cdn P P d A 69.25 K 1M Cdn Occidenlal 9.B7V1 Tr Cdn P Pit B 42.00 L Minerals 2.80 CP Inv Pld 24-75 Tr Cdn P War 17.7! Ncw 91 CPR Pld 11.62'A WC Trans 26.00 okanagan Helicop 6.00 Crowsnesl Ind 26.00 Western Pacific pele Cygnus A 6.12'A MUTUAL FUNDS Primer .04 Cygnus B AH Cdn Com fl.44 P.22 Pyramid Cum Prop 12.00 All Cdn D vld 9.47 Silver Standard 1.35 Gt Cdn Oil S 5.10 All Cdn Vent 3.72 406 Slampede [nil Res .76 Gt Cdn Oil 4-75 100.00 Amr Gr F 6.03 4.42 Termont .44 Home A 36.00 AGF Sp 2.91 Trojan .40 Home B 35.00 Cdn In F 4.59 5.03 Western Mines 2.89 Home Pltlld 2.45 Col Mutual 6.34 4.96 WC Res -07 Hud Bay Co 1B.75 Comnw nter 13.13 14.43 Western Explor .17 Hud Bay Oil Comnw Lev 3.42 3.76 Ullca Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE B.m. Quolefi) a.m. Quotes) B.m. QuDIMl MINES Norlex Dome Pete 37.25 Acme .24 Opemlska 10.37Vi Dofasco 24.M Advocale Asb. 1.0! Oslsko .25 CAB 13.25 Akallcho .43 Patlno 19.50 Fd of Amer 49.50 Black Bay .04 Pine Point 24.25 Gl Cdn Oil 5.00 Drfllorne l.TO Placer Dcv. 29.25 Gen Motors E4.7S Droulan .75 P.C. Exn. .75 Gl Lakes Pap 15 00 19.75 Ouc-bec Man .12 Gull Oil Cda 35.25 Brunswick 4.40 Rayrock 1.20 Greyhound U.I3V Canana Tung. 16.5 Radlore .22 Hawker Sid 2.35 Cnssiar 20.50 Rio Algom 14.50 Huron, Erie 22.42V Central Pal. 2.00 Roman Corp. 4.2! Hiram Walk 37.00 Chimo 1.11 Sherrlll Gordon 14.2! Imperial Oil 29.37'A Conwesl B 50 Sliver Miller .05Vi Imperial Tob lf.75 Cons Rambler 1.70 Sleep Rock 2.30 Inl Nickel Coin Lake .13 Tek Corp. 5.40 Inl Pipe 2B.12V Cochenour .34 Texmont .44 Inv Gp A 7.00 Cralgmont 8.75 Upper Canada 2.02 Inl Ullllllcs 37.00 Dlckenson Mines 107. Western Mines 2.B5 Indusl Accept 19.00 Denlson Mines 25.25 Wrlghl Hargreaves 1.20 Laurentlde J.ITO Deer Horn .05 wlliroy .86 Kelly Doug A 5 12V D'Eldona .40 Windfall .11V4 Loeb 3.90 Dome Mines 6.75 Yellnwknlle Bear 500. Loblaw A 5.62V Donalda OB Zenmac .0? Metro Stores 46.00 Discovery Mines .95 INDUSTRIALS Massey Ferg 12.00 East 1.00 Ablllbl 7.00 McMillan Bloe 35.75 East Sullivan 2.30 Alcan 19.37Vi Moore Corp 36.00 Falconbridge 97.50 Algoma Slee 12 if Molscns A Frobex .28 Alco Ind B12V, Molsons B IB. 50 Firsl Marllimes .80 Allan Sugar 4.62Vj Ncrlh, Cent Gianl Y-K. 00 Bgll Tel Power Corp 5.00 Bovis .55 Brazil Trac 1962 Price Co BOO Granduc 10 B C Tel 62.00 Rolhmans 105.2V2 Headway R.L. .00 Burns 13.00 SI Law Corp 19.00 Hollinger 3 00 BC Forest 19.25 Shell CDA 37.00 Hudson Bay M-S 22.B7Vi B.C. Sugar 19.62Vi Simpson's 21.50 Hydra Ex. .IB CAE Ind 4.45 Simp Sears 25.00 Iron Bay 3.10 Cdn Brew 700 Sleel ot Can 3y.50 Isn 1.38 Chemcell 5.00 Selkirk A 15.50 Joliet Quebec 25. Col Cellulose 3.70 Texaco Kerr Addlson B.OO Cal Power U 7! Traders Gp A 13.37Vj Key Anacon .26 Coron Cred t 1.05 Trans Mln Pp 23 50 Labrador 35.B7Vi C.W.N. Gas 11.00 Trans Can Pp Lake Shore 2.90 Cdn Indust 12.50 Union Gas 152.! Langls Silver .11 Canada S S 31.25 Union Oil 4B.12Vj Mad' en R L. .65 Cdn Marconi 24. Vc-rsstllc Mfg 3.4! Mularlic G.F. 61 Cdn Vickers 10.00 Westeel 11.25 Marlin McNeely BO.O Chrysler 31.37Vi Union Car 16.00 Msclnlyre B4.00 CPR 440.0 Weslon's B 17.25 Mela .11 Comlnco SJ.B7H Woodward's A 2350 Midrlm .20 Cons Balh B.OO West Cdn Sd 4.55 Intern Mogul 9 40 Cons Gas 21.37Vi BANKS New West Home B.75 Dlsl Sea 55.75 Can Imperial 23.25 New Alhona J ergy department release was overly optimistic. Dr. Tipper said his oral report to Ottawa, which prompt ed the release, was factual. "All we said was that copper mineralization existed. We did not say a copper deposi had been found. If the companies decided to stake the area we surveyed, that is their busl ness." One geologist estimated lha flurry cost mining companies about in air fares, helicopter and other vehicle rentals and hotel bills. Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., about 657 report mostly replacement cattle. Trade was active. Slaughter cattle sold in line with closing prices Thursday: Choice slaughter steers 30.50 to 31.20, good 29.50 fo 30.50, medium 28 to 29.25. Choice heifers 27.50 to 2fl.lO, good 26.25 to 27.25, medium 25 to 26.25. Good cows 22.50 to 23.50, medium 21 ta 22.25, earners and cutters 17 to 20.50. Good bulls 24 to 25.50. Replacement cattle were mixed grades of yearling steers and heifers selling at s t e a d y prices. Good slock steer calves were scarce with a majority jf those offered being of medium quality. Good stock steer calves were steady with insufficient slaughter calves to establish a market. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 30 50 to 33, less than 750 pounds 33 to 34.60. Good feeder heifers more than 600 pounds 28 lo 31.10. A few good stock steer calves 35 to 41. Hogs base price 22 sales halted VICTORIA (CP) Confusion about provincial laws banning liquor and tobacco advertising was said to be the reason Thursday for halting the sale of magazines on British Columbia Ferries Monty Aldous, general manager of Uie B.C. Ferry Authority, said the refusal to sell magazines with liquor or cigarette advertising will continue "as a matter of government futures WINNIPEG (CP) Maritime futures Thursday: Open High Low Close Nov 2.25N Mar 2.63N Apr 2.70N May ag< by Ma E Til sal Ca daj I Th I ag( T 163 prices DMONTON (CP) Aver-. prices to 11 a.m. provided the Alberta Hog Producers rketing Board: xlmonton: 22.05. the government assist those industries hardest hit by the impost. Prime Minister Trodeau Is to make this announcement Tuesday in Uie Commons after Parliament returns from ils 60-day summer holiday. Meeting sources said- most spokesmen supported at least :he principle of devaluing ASPHALT J V PAVING rf TOILESTRUP fe Construction Co. Lid. 4 L SAND and GRAVEL A W PHONE T 328-2702 327-3610 J JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF L... j TOM PREPCHUK Mr. Rmil L'oqnn, Genera] Soles Manager, Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobjlc is pleased 1o announce the appointment of Tom Pepchuk to their sci cs t opt, Tom las boon employed al Beny's for the pnst ycvnr ai a service lalcsman. Previous lo ihis he had 4 years experience in sov-sral aspcds of llio automotivo business. Ho was born ond raised in Lelhbridno. With this val-unhle c-xpnrionro Tom well qualified in this field ond he A'elcomc! his many friends and acquaintances lo sen him al Sony's for their every motorinq lord. Mo JnoVinn forward lo being of set-vice to ihcni. Average Thursday gary: 22.05, average Thurs-21.97. lethbrio'ge no sales. Average irsday 22 05 Joydminster no sales. Aver-Thursday 22.43. otal hogs sold Thursday 22.17. ows average 13. shot in Irish violence BELFAST (CP) An 18-moittli-old girl was stol and dlled Friday, the youngest vic-tm of the current wave of violence in NorUrem Ireland. A few hours earlier, gunmen lot and Irillcd a part-time sol-'icr onbide a police station in Northern Ireland Uicn, police said, drove across the border nto Ihe republic of Ireland. A police spokesman said the why was killed by a shot fired rbm a passing car in Belfast's mainly Roman Catholic Falls area. The incidc-nt occurred in a trcet called Iveagh Crescent. Police snid Ihe pmmcn were ncinbcrs of Uic Irish Rcpubli-an Army. Tile h-nby was among n grmip s the car raced. Only t.lw child vas hit. "Tlic gtmmcn thought there vas an army patrol In the area, rut Hie army was not there hen Ihe shooting nn nuy spokesman The appointment of Donald Dorani as assistant tn John awson, manager of (ho commercial priming department of ho Iclhbridgc Herald, is nn-ounced by C. W. Mowers, pub-ishcr of The Lotlibridgo Herald. Mr. Doram fcincd The Herald i 1950 and lias been a display dvcrlising salesman for the last 10 years. Don was born In Iclhbridgo nd roised In tSp Roorfymndo islrlcl. He is married and lios children, Work, 9, nnH mbcrlcy 2. prices hold steady EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg report issued by the Canada department of agriculture: To producers: A large 37; A medium 20; A small 15; B 10; C 6; Cracks S. To retailers: A large 49 to 50; i medium 41 to 43; A small 27 to 29; B 27 to 27; C 20 to 21; Cracks 20 to 21. (Two cents xtra ill cnrijons) To consumers (in A argc 50; A medium 47 to IS; A small 31 to 34. To producers: live 1 chicken broilers, 22; fowl mder 4, 5; turkey under 12, 2514; live No. 2 chicken woilcrs, 19; turkey under 12, Top Salesman Ps T! -he IJMgM, I We are pleased to MJnounce that Ralph Thompson H was our lop salesmnn for the Au9usf< X OLT congra tula lions are extended to Ralph on his HT mR ac lievemcnl. RALPH THOMPSON FLEMING MOTORS Cnrnfr 1st Ave. crnH 7lh S. Phone SWU.L INSTRUMENT, FIRST DEVELOPED TO STUDY EFFECTS OF ACCELERATION ON ASTRONAUTS IS NOW USED TO DETECT CHANGES IN BLOOD PRESSURE ANDONSETOFSHOCK. WHEN SET IN THE EAR, IT "WATCHES" THE BLOOD'S OXY6EN CONTENT BfNOnNG INFRARED LIGHT ABSORPHON INTHEEARLOBE... 1 i H.J futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Thursday: Open High Low Close Nov 32.00K Jan 31. ion Mar C710LEHA CASE HEUS'INGROnG (Renter) -Sweden's first cholera case ince 1918 was reported to be almost fully recovered Thursday and health authorities said Ihe nances of an outbreak ot the iscnsc nrc extremely MTHOUTAtnWeHMHS ro CVfFOfl CATHfTfft 21 r r rn.clnrl TALKERS Israelis mnkc an nvcrsRe ol 2.5 million telephone calls a day. The country's population Is three ;