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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, Stpt.mtm 7. W2 THE ITTHMIDOI HfKALD 23 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, UcCuaig Limited) LAST HID OR SALE a.m. a.m. Quolesl a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Husky OIL B 42.50 AtmlnDx fi.30 Husky Oil War 5.W Alia East Gas 7.E5 Inler Prov Ptpa 12-35 Asamera U.WA Inter Prov Sled XWhland 15.00 BP Oil Gas Can South 7.00 Loblaw MGF Manage Ex 3.90 Pacific Pcle Cdn Homesld B.K> Rainier Ciln Ind Gas Oil 10.37W Sandwell 51.00 Cdn Super Cdn Long Is Charier Chletlan Dome Pete Gt Plains Gl Cdn Oil Lochle! North Ctfn Oil Numac Pancdn Ptle pan Ocean Petrel Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Selbens Total Pete Ulsler W. DecaUa West Pele MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqullalna 26.75 Brlnco 6-00 Cdn Brew A 50.75 CcTn Brew B 37.00 Cdn Pacific Inv 34.75 14.50 1.14 45.00 .53 Tfiledyna West Cdn Seed White Yukon 11.25 WestllEltf 41.00 Weston PId 33-00 CALGARY AcroM Baroos Oil 5.95 Norlh Cent .02 18.12W wesl Warner .39 14.75 PIP LINE STOCKS H.50 Alia Gas A 60.00 1-25 Alta Gas Prel -38 Alia Gas 20.35 Intend Nat Gas 14.50 H and C Gas 12.SO N and C B Pfd 27-00 15.12Vi paclffc Trans 13.00 Gaz Metro 4.95 1U2W Gaz Melro A 70.00 Trans Cda Pipe 44.63', Trans Cda B 41.00 Trans Cda A 83.00 Trans Cda War 11.75 VfC Trans 29.M WC Trans W1s 9.1t> ....jst Gr F Invest Muluat Mutual Ac 1375 WiuluaL Gr F 2 60 Hat Res 3000 N W CtTn 4J5 N W Gr 43 50 Principal Gr 6.6VA ROY'und 4 ft) Temp Gr 4 j) UnMed Ac niA Universal Sav Vanguard Univfil VANCOUVER MINES Aflon Alias Explor Bath Norse 12.63 11.81 6-04 6.15 6-74 5.07 5.51 7.58 5.4B 6.02 5.8Z 6.40 5.10 5.60 7.07 7.36 7.85 5.47 A.23 8.4' 9.27 9.43 TQ.43 6.C8 1.49 6.20 10.50 Brenda Churchill Copper Croydon Davenport Oankoe Dolly Varden Dynasly Equitorlal Fort ReUance Giant Mascot Gralsle Lornex 1 LytlOT Primer Pyramid Silver Standard Croirvsnest Ind Cygnus A Cygnus D Falcon Copper Gwistar HOITID A Homo B Hud Day Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Pfd Hugh Russell Husky Oil MUTUAL FUNDS Gt Pacific 5.00 5.44 All Cdn Com BJi 9-57 AM Cdn Dlvld All Cdn Vent 24.50 Ainr Fr F 5.50 AGC Special 5.50 Cdn Invest F Col Mutual 15.CO Cmnw Inter 37.50 Cmnw Lev 34.3716 Vent 13.50 Corp Invest Corp In St F 55.25 42.75 9.60 .34 .60 5.15 .67 ,07V'j .50 .sa .34 9.60 i.l 5 7.SO 1.99 Prices hit skids in light trading 15.00 3.90 3.00 Valley Copper INDUSTRIALS 9.58 10.47 BrOS Bic. SjrSar Pfd 3.33 capt inier I'fj "s Cmlbrook Ind 3.65 1ndu5r fl ?7 Pacific W Air 22.50 628 664 mil Res .7? __._..... 5.76 OILS Dreyfus F U.S. 13.07 14.32 Albany Oil 1.05 Shares 4.40 Plains Petr TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were off fractionally in light mid- morning trading today. Industrials slipped .01 to 214.30, golds .06 to 204.63 and base metals .09 to 96.18. West- ern oils, however, were up .69 at Volume by 11 a.m. was 617, 000 shares, slightly higher than the shares traded by tha same time Wednesday. Sectors of the market pulling it down were beverage, mer- chandising, real estate am steel stocks while bank, chem ieal, oil refining and trust ant loan issues managed fractional 16.25 Gr Equity 8.45 ?.Z8 West Explor .10 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplier] By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. auolas) a.m. QuofK' On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, Atlantic Tungsten was up 1 cent to 66 cents on shares while Fallinger was down 10 cents to on shares traded. Alta. milk prices lowest in Canada gains. Declines slightly out- a.m. Quotes) MINES .35 Advocate Asb. Akaltcho Oral Browlan Bethlehem BrunswlcK Canada Tung. Cosslar Central Pat. Chlmo Coowcst Cons. Rambler Coin Lake cochenour Cralgmonl DEckenson Denlson Mfnes Deer Ham D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalds Discovery Mines East Malartlc Easl SuHlvan Falcon bridge Frobex First MariUmes Giant Y.K. Bovli Granduc Headway R.L. Holllnger Hudson Bay M-S Hvdra Ex. Iron Day Jolfet Quebec Kerr Arfdlson Key Ana con Labrador LaXe Shore Lajigls Silver Madsen R-L. Martin McNecly Mela MFdrlm Intern Mogul Nil West Homes NEW Athona New Calumet W. Horia Copper NoranJa Norlhgals TJorlex 2.40 .30 19.50 3.75 1.60 17.00 l.CO .96 Oslsko Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radlore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherrllt Gordon Sliver Milter Stesp Rock Tek Corp. ior 1.15 5.10 7.50 2.JQ 67.50 .37 .52 7.49 7.15 3.75 5.50 41.00 23.00 10.75 5.7S .15 Upper Canada 2.72 Western Mines 3.20 Hargreavts 1.15 Willroy 1.7? Ycllowknlfe Bear 4.15 INDUSTRIALS Ale an Algoma Steel Atco Ind Allaniic Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Foreil B.C. Sugar Bow Val Ind CAH Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cell Calgary Pow Coron Credit i C.W.N. Gas Cdn Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn Chrysler C.P.R. Comfnco '-2 Cons Baft Corvs Gas Dlst Dom Brldgu .42 Cable 31.62W Grt Cdrt Oil 41.15 Gen Molors 3.00 Grt Lakes Pp Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound HawJwr Sid Huron Erie Hiram Walker Imp Oil Imasca Int Nickel Int Pfpe Inv Grp A Int UtII Ind Accept Laurentlde Kelly Dcug A Lwb ,10'A Loblaw A Met Stores Massey Ferq McMillan Bice K.75 Moore Corp MoJsodS A 6 ]7Vi B 43 M North Cenl Co Rothmaw St. Law corp I.U Pfd 11.55 17.7S 5JS 10.IJ Dom i Dom Stores Oom Pe1e Dofasco srmp Sears SlMl of Selkirk A Texsco Traders Grp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfg ,A WBtal Union Cir 11 H B Woodward's A iB 75 West Cdn seed SSv, Etec 31.50 BANKl 16.37W Can Imp ?a.50 Montreal lo.7S Nova ScoMa J1.12V] Royal 39.W Tor-Do m 21.50 7.W 15.75 24.J5 20i75 3.80 31.37'A 47.50 3J.50 27.50 31.50 27.87 Vi 9.50 13.75 7.87 Vi 3.80 4.25 22.12'A 17.B7V2 25.75 29.50 12.50 1J.7S 10.62'A 21.75 20.00 50 33.M) 35.37V5 54.00 19.75 23.50 numbered advances, 91 to 79 with 173 issues unchanged. Shully's was off Vt to Al- liance Building Vt to Ack- lanrl Ve to Aquitaine Vi to 526% and Baton Broadcasting to Reichliold rose to Pitts Engineering to Brascan Ltd. to Texas Gulf Vt to and Union Gas Vt to Campbell Chibougamau fell 25 cents to Agnico-Eagle 5 cents to and Advocate 15 cents to Canadian Bonanza increased 5 cents to American Qua- sar 25 cents to and Puma Pete 2 cents to 74 cents. NEW YORK (AP) The stuck market moved into a third consecutive day oE losses today, amid slow trading. The noon Dow Jones average 30 industrial stocks was down 2.04 to 961.39. Declines held a edge over ad- vances on the New York Stock Exchange. The NYSE index of common stocks was oft .16 to 6n.65. At the American Stock Exchange, the price-change in dex was down .02 to 26.52. Today's losses were not as bad as those on Wednesday when the Dow industrials sag ged almost six points to clos at 963.43. Analysts said tw 21.00 17.25 23.00 21.00 9.15 27.50 38.50 35.37'A 35.75 Amr T and Anaconda Belh SICTl Chrysler Comsat Dui lupont M New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities ol Canada) T Sears 20 Golds up .02 19.25 Sid Oil of N.J. 81.00 10 Met 95.67 off .59 Texas GirLI 117.75 15 W Oils 25J.C2 up .34 30.75 Texas Co 34.67IA Volume 5B.J5 Wkkes Corp 27.37V4NEW YORK AVERAGES 132.62to Woolwortri 42.00 30 Indust ?61.39 df 2.W 74.75 Westlnghouse Elec 29.75 20 Rails 719.50 off .45 15 UllllIlM 110.SJ up .07 Elec Gulf Inl Harvesfer Kenn Copper _ ___ Montgomery Ward 23.37V? 20 Indust 214.1? off .12 AVERAGES 45 Slocks 314.97 of' .5] Volume Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. today on the Calgary Livestock Market were head, practically all slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold steady, heifers were fully steady witji sales to 31.50. Overfinished steers and heifers were sub- WEED-MASTER (WESTERN) LTD. Notice is hereby given That Iho Dlreclors of the Company havo declared a dividend of lOc per shard on all of the outstanding CEoss A and Class B shares of the Company, pay- able on or after August 31st, 1972 to Shareholders of Rec- ord at lhat date. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD H. Wong, Secretary ect to sharp discounts. Cows vere in short supply, selling steady with sales to 26.70. Bulls sold steady. Choice steers 32.25 to 33.80, ;ood 31 to 32.25, medium 30 to 31. Choice heifers 30 to 31.10, ?ood 28.75 to 30, medium 27.50 :o 28.75. Good cows 25 to 26, medium 23.25 to 24.75, earners and cutters 19 to 23. Good bufis 27 to 30. There were insufficient re- placement cattle sold early to establish a market. Quotations given were Wednesday's clos- ing prices. No stock calves were offered early. Gorxi feeder s t e e rs 750 pounds up 32 to 35.70, under 750 pounds 38 to 43.10. Good feeder heifers to 34.60. Hogs average base price CUT AIR FARES LONDON (Rcufer) A small British airline announced plans Wednesday for return fares to New York and Toronto for and to Los Angeles for Donaldson International must first win approval from the Air Transport Licensing Board. MONTREAL (CP) Most sectors were up with banks tak- ing the lead in light early trad- ing on the Montreal stock mar- ket today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 200 shares compared with 400 at the same time Wednes- day. On index, banks weje up .35 to 271.83, the composite .08 to 22.2.73, industrials .05 to 232.24 and utilities .05 to 161.02. Pa- pers dropped .19 to 96.66. Falconbridge Nickel was down 1V4 to and HolUnger a point to while Danque d'Epargne gained 3S to Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) The market was generally lower in e mid session of profit taking on the Winnipeg Grain Ex- change. Hapeseed was unchanged to Mi lower; flax was H4 to 2% lower on commission house selling; rye was down as much as two cents, while oats was 14 lower. Barley was unchanged to Vi higher on a domestic shipper trade. Wednesday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, bushels of rye, and bushels of rapeseed. MID-SESSION PRICES: Flax: Oct. 2Va lower Nov. 131 lower Dec. 2% lower 3.09WA; May VA. lower Hapeseed Vancouver: Sep. unchanged 2.6M A; Nov. V4 lower Jan. lower March lower 2.6014 Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. Vt lower Nov. Vt lower Dec. Vt lower 2.45A; May Vi lower Oats: Oct. lower Dec. Vs lower 80A; May Mi lower 82-ls; July Vt lower 83A. Barley: Oct. unchanged Dec. Mi higher May Vi higher July not open. Rye: Oct. 2 lower Dec. 1V4 lower 1.18; May IV, lower 1.22ia; July not open. Grain quotes Wednesday (ba- sis High Low Close bright factors had entered th picture this sales at near-record levels i August, and an increase in sec- ond-quarter housing starts. Among Canadians, Dom Mines was up a half-point Alcan was ahead Vt and Canadian Pacific Vt at International Nicke was unchanged at Canadian Javelin was off at on the American Stoc Exchange. Brascan was up at and Scurry Rainbo Oil off Vs at EDMONTON (CP) lowest milk prices of any maj- or city in Canada are to be found in Edmonton and Cal- gary, the public Utilities Board of Alberta was told Wednes- day. Ralph Button of Calgary, western region manager for Silverwood Dairies Ltd., told the board the province as a whole generally has the lowest prices in the country for milk products. The board Is conducting carings on applications by Al- crta's dairies and milk pro- ucers for an increase In the rice of fluid milk. KICES OUTLINED The last price increase, a ent a quart, was in Septem- ber, 1971. It brought prices in 10 province to 31 cents uart for homogenized milk, 29 ents for milk with a twc-per- ent butterfat content and 24 ents for skim milk. Mr. Button, who said he was peaking for Edmonton three major dairies Silverwood 3alm Dairies Ltd. and North ern Alberta Dairy Pool Ltd. said he had no doubt Edmon on has the lowest price fo wine-delivery of "two pe cent" milk. The board was told earlier by chartered accountant liam J. Astle that the three dairies' profit on fluid milk could be almost elimin- ted in 1973 at present prices. In J971, the board was told, >e dairies' average net Income on a price of 31.86 cents a uart the average of all tleady-to-fly package deal LONDON (Heuter) A Brit- sh and American banking con- sortium offered Wednesday to >uy an unspecified number of Concorde aircraft and then ease them to airlines as part if a ready-to-fly package deal which would include insurance coverage. Under the plan, airlines will >e able to lease the Concordes and pay over 15-year 15 years being chosen as the ex- pected working life of the new supersonic aircraft. Beef futures WINNIPEG bee] futures close Tuesday: Open Close Tues Sep 33.95 34.00B 33.9SA Nov 34.45N 34.4W Jan 34.75N May 33.45B 33.45B Tuesday's volume: No con tracts. type of milk and cream was cows in Alberta declined by of a cent after taxes or J- 1.75 per cent of sales. The estimated eomparablo figuse for this year were of a cent or 1.09 per cent. Mr. Astle said costs will be by about six per cent this ear over 1971. Labor costs, a >jor component of the over- 1 costs, would be higher be- ause of a contract which went to effect May 1, giving dairy mployees a 12-pcr-cent wage crease and a further seven >er cent next'May. OSTS INCREASE Terry Bocock, an Edmonton rea dairy farmer who is pres- dent of the Alberta Milk Pro- ucers" Association told the card dairy farm production osts are Increasing steadily jut cash income is not keeping ace. Mr. Bocock said one of the main reasons farmers have able to maintain profits las been an increase in aver ge production by cows. Tha average, however, had reacber. ts limit. He said the number of milk i-ocesstng anct 1003 4lh Avenue S., lelhbridge Telephone 328-4426 recessing "ervices in 1970 while heifers de- lined by Indicating It was more profitable to sell he animal than to retain it for milk production. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producer! Marketing Board: Edmonton: 35.35, average Wednesday 35.39. Red Deer: 35.35, average Wednesday Calgary: 35.35, average Wednesday 35.37. Lethbridge: No sales, aver- age Wednesday 35.40. Lloydminster: No sales, av- erage Wednesday 34.90. Grande Prairie: No sate, average Wednesday 34.55. Total hogs sold Wednesday Average 35.36. Sows average 26.27. Wootce HUNTING VALUES ADVERTISEMENT WHICH APPEARED IN WED., SEPT. 6th PAPER THE RIFLE C1L .22 CALIBRE WFLE 64.97 IS NOT AT PRESENT IN STOCK BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE LATER THIS MONTH Sorry for any inconvenience] Zero in on this big Coldspot freezer with a cool 'price-freeze' now! WANTED! REAL ESTATE SALESMAN (experienced talesmen preferred) To help sell 100 Krahn Homes APPIY ASTRO REALTY. 425 Westminster Shopping Plaza Phone 328-7748 Flax Oct 323V! 321V4 32114 Nov 322 320'A 320% Dec 313 31IV4 May 32U4 320 320 Vi Rapeseed Vancouver Sep 262% 262 262% NOV 260% Jan Mar 261% 259% 281 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 249 Nov 24811 247 248 Defl 2-15 Vt 2451-'' May 252% 253 Oals Oct 80% 80 80V4 Dec 80V4 79% May 83 82tl 82V4 Jly 83% 83 83V< Barley Oct 123% 122 123 Dec May 128% 127 Vt 127 Vi Jly 128V4 Rye Oct 120'.4 117V4 117V4, Dec I22V4 119V! May 126% 123M 124% Jly 127 Extra big, 23.2 cu. ft, 805-lb. capacity.freezer easily holds all your in-season food bargains. Supermarket specials. Two handy vinyl baskets. One divider. No-sag foam insulation. Adjustable cold control. Interior light. Counter-balanced lid. Hidden hinge. Protective, built-in lock and keys. 229 17.9 cu.ft Coldspot 625-lb. capacity Counter-balanced lid 1 basket. 1 divider Light. 8.2 cu.ft Spacesaver Compact. Only 31" long 280-lb. capacity Adjustable cold control Vinyl basket Charge It on your all-purpose account We service what we sell, coast-to-coast Satisfaction or money refunded SIMPSONS-SEARS Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears gel the finest or money refunded end free delivery protects you awry STORE HOURS: Open DoHy 9 a.m. fo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centra Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;