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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Arbroalli 4 Berwick 0 Dumbarton 3 Brcchin 1 Monlroso 0 Clydebank 1 Partick 5 E Stirling 0 Queen of S 2 Hamilton 1 Quean's Pk 0 Stirling 6 Haiti! 4 Stenhonsemuir Prices Supplied by Dohcrty Itoarihnuse and McCualR Bros GOVERNMtNl OF CANADA BOND! Bid Askd 6 Apr. 1, '71 99.35 lOO.W Sep. 1, '72 95.70 96.3 Oct. 1, '75 90.75 92.0 8 Jly 1, '78 100.75 102.2 Sep. 1, '83 72.75 73.7 Perp. 3 Sep. 15 37.75 40.2, GOVERNMENT OP CANADA GUARANTIED BONDS Cm. BU Ajk.t 5 May 15, '77 84.25 85.7c Jan. 1, '85 78.25 79.7c PROVINCIAL Ontario 7 '88 84.75 87.2 Ont Hyd 9 '94 103.75 105.2o New B '90 102.25 104.7 Nfld. 8 '74 93.75 96.2 N.S. '92 74.25 76.7 Quebec 74 93.75 96.2 Alberta '90 101.25 102.7 Man Hyd 9 '90 101.75 103.2 Sask '88 85.75 88.2 Nfld '90 99.75 102.2 ACT 8 '74 97.75 99.2o Man Tel 8 74 97.75 99.2o INDUSTRIAL '87 81.75 84.2 Alta Gas '81 81.75 84.2 Alum Cdn '73 89.75 B of N.S. 7 '87 82.75 85.2 Bell Tel 8 '77 97.75 99.25 BA Oil 5V6% '77 79.75 Cdn Brew 5 '83 63.75 Cdn Chem 7 '80 84.75 87.2 CPR 5 '83 69.75 72.2 C W N G '83 67.75 70.2 Cons Gas 5Yz% '82 73.25 75.5 Domtar '87 75.75 78.2 T Eaton '87 82.75 85.2 GM Ac 7 '86 77.75 80.2 Imp Oil '88 84.75 88.2, IAC 714% '86 81.75 84.2 IAC '84 77.50 80.0 Loblaw '81 73.75 Mac B 78 77.75 N C Gas 614% '88 73.75 NW Util '88 69.75 Shell Oil '77 79.75 Tor D B 6 '87 73.25 75.7 Tor D B 7 '87 79.75 82.2 Tr C P L 5.85 '87 69.75 72.2 Tr Fin C '87 81.75 Union G '81 76.75 79.2 WC Tr A 5V2% '88 64.75 67.2 Weston G '87 68.75 CONVERTIBlfl Cons Gas S'A% '89 84.75 87.2o Dyn Ex 7 '82 85.75 90.25 Scurry R 7Vs% '88 89.75 95.25 Tr Cdn P 5 '83 85.75 88.25 WC Tr C 514% '88 77.75 By ART JOHNSON Canadian Press Staff Writer Canadian stock markets remained almost unchanged at the close of trading this week. The Toronto Stock Exchange's industrial index, a broad indicator of market movement, stood at 101.61 when trading ended Friday, the same level at which it had begun the wreck. LONDON (CP) Old Country soccer results Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Burnley 1 Arsenal 2 Chelsea 2 Wolvcrhampton 2 Y Everton 2 Ipswich 0 f Huddersfield 0 Crystal P 2 Man United 2 Coventry 0 0 Newcastle 0 Liverpool 0 Notts F 0 Man City 1 o Southamoton 4 Derby 0 Stoke 3 Leeds 0 5 Tottenham 3 Blackpool 0 West Brom 2 West Ham 1 Division II Birmingham 1 Oxford 1 Bolton 1 Cardiff 2 Bristol C 3 Hull 3 Leicester 1 Lulon 0 Middlesbrough 1 Blackbui" Milwall 0 Sheffield U 0 Norwich 2 Charlton 0 Orient 1 Sunderland 0 Sheffield W 1 Queen's PR 0 Swindon 2 Portsmouth 1 Watford 0 Carlisle 0 Division III Barnslsy 1 Aston Villa 1 Brighton 1 Bradford C 2 Chesterfield 0 Bury 0 Grillingham 1 Torouay 2 Plymouth 0 Bristol R 0 Preston 4 Reading 1 Rochdale 1 Fulham 2 Shrewsbury 7 Port yale 3 Swansea 2 Mansfield 4 Walsall 2 Tranmere 0 Wrexham 1 Rotherham 1 Division IV Barrow 1 Lincoln 4 Brentford 1 Peterborough 1 Cambridge 0 Southport 0 Colchester 2 Notts C 3 5x.eter 6 Crewe 2 0 Northampton 2 Newport 1 Oldham 4 Iforkington 0 Darlington 0 York 1 Chester I SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 0 St. Johnstone 0 Ayr 1 Kilmarnock 1 Celtic 2 Rangers 0 Cowdenbeath 1 Hibernians 4 Dundee U 3 Dundee 2 Falkirk 0 Airdrieonians 2 Hearts 3 Dunfermline 0 Mother-well 2 Clyde 1 St. Mirren 2 Morton 1 Division II Albion 2 Stranraer 1 Alloa 1 East Fife Ottawa Weekly OTTAWA (CP) Cattle deliveries up to Thursday this week totalled about about fewer than last week and below the corresponding week a year ago which was following a holiday-shortened week. Exports of 'beef cattle to the U.S. last week totalled 720 head, made up of 415 head going for immediate slaughter and 305 for further feed, the a g r i c u 1 tare department announced. This week's .total includes some not previously reported during the month of August. Demand for top-quality slaughter cattle continues good while lower grades and grass-era were slow to sell. Prices on steers and heifers varied from slightly higher to 50 cents lower. Cows were generally steady to higher and bulls varied from higher to down. Feeder cattle traded actively t h r o u g h o u t the week at prices steady to above last week's close. All classes of calves sold at steady to higher rates. The hog market averaged slower for the week, and lambs were mainly steady to higher. Choice steers: Montreal 30 to 30.75; Toronto 31 to 32; Winnipeg 29.50 to 30; Saskatoon 28 to 29; Edmonton 28 to 28.50; Calgary 28 to 28.90. Good heifers: Montreal 25 to 25.25; Toronto 27 to 28; Winnipeg 25.50 to 26.50; Repor 24.50 to 25.50; Edmonton 24.5 to 25.50; Calgary 24.25 to 25.2E Good cows: Montreal 22 t 23.75; Toronto 21 to 22.50; Win nipeg 22 to 23; Saskatoon. 20.7 to 21.50; Edmonton 21 lo 21.75 Calgary 21 to 22. Good feeder steers: Toront 31 to 34; Winnipeg 29 to 34 Saskatoon 28 to 34; Edmonto 30- to 36; Calgary 27.50 to 30 Good and choice veal calves Montreal 40 to 44; Toronto 3 to 42; Winnipeg 43 to 45; Ed monton 33 to- 36. Good lambs: Montreal 28 t opening for a Manager to expand and develop its organization in Edmonton. This position is open to Chartered Life Underwriters not necessarily experienced in management but who have shown some ability in sub management. This is an excellent opportunity for the man who wants to make a change or who wants to further his career in management. Write giving full particulars about yourself to: Box 69, The Let h bridge hogs sold this week TOB Lethbridge 25.05 to 26.10 rase price. There were 95 hogs sold for export, price converted1 to 20.15 h'veweight. Good lambs RETAIL JEWELERY BUSINESS, South-eastern British Columbia town well established business money maker Grossing over Further expansion possible Sales show steady monthly increase 'Ideal couple operation. CRESTON VALLEY REALTY LTD. P.O. BOX 1171, CRE5TON, first girl scout troop meeting was held in Savannah, Ga., on March 12, J Franchise Offering Old Fashioned Sundae Palace and Sandwich Shop The Gay 90's ate back! and that's where you come in. Big Scoop Sundae Palaces are designed as Ice cream parlors and decorated in a Gay 90's theme. The stores feature: ice cream, sundaes galore, hamburgers and other hot sandwiches. Experience is not needed. We evaluate and approve locations, completely train you; and open your store. Your personality must be geared to cope with high-volume traffic, all age groups. Unique promotions are designed to draw all age groups in identifying the Sundae Palace as a centre of community activity. About cash required to open your Big Scoop Sundae Palace for annual earnings of and more. For Information send your name, address and phone number to: v Big Scoop Industries Ltd. British Columbia will be represented by BRUCE A. MCDONALD ar the EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL SEPTEMBER 14th! Industrial opportunities in this B.C. growth centre including Federal Grants ta ndusfry will be covered by Mr. McDonald. For appointment contact the hotel or write for information to Bruce A. McDonald, Director Cranbrook Industrial Commission, 40 10th Avenue South, Cranbrook, H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker I EDMONTON 1 42-9796 f 'tLETHBHJDOE XINGSGATE 328-8141 (H-424-5458 1 i_HLJ COUTTS Phono Air Conditioned. Complete Room Services. Large quiet rooms and suites. Family Plan. Superb lining and Entertainment. Convention and Meeting Facilities, iauna Bath. Heated Pool. Free 'ark ing. TV. Coffee Shop. Min-tes from Downtown. FOR MORE INFORMATION WRITE OR PHONE MOTOK HOTEL J359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2610 PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK the International of Calgary you pay for the OM m 1075 West Georgia St., Vancouver, B.C., Canada office comes free For about the same price you pay for a room at anv fine ANOTHER CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE rORT MACLEOD AULIIUN MAKrvfcl get a one or two bedroom suite at The International. Besides your bedroom you've got an extra room that can REGULAR WEEKLY office by day a luxurious living room by night. Saturday, September 12, 1970 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 23 Exchanges were closed Mon- day for Labor Day. During Hie four trading ses- sions, (here were no major fluc- tuations in market trends. Markets failed to maintain ei- ther an uptrend or a downtrend for more than one session. On Tuesday, the first: trading day of the week, prices moved downward. This was countered by a modest upswing Wednes- day. Markets turned lower Thursday, but were up moder- ately Friday. There were few Canadian de- velopments to which markets reacted. Observers said, however, that some profit-taking continued and Canadian markets reflected PoUtlo Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Mari- time potato futures market was mostly inactive Friday with a few trades in March and April contracts at previous dose levels. Open High Low Close Nov 2.25A Mar 2.55 2.55 Apr 2.73 2.73 May 3.15 3.15 the unease hi the United Slates over IhreatcTd rail and auto industry strikes. TKADING liltlSK Trading was fairly strong. The Toronto Stock Exchange's daily volume was 2.50 million shares, the highest level on a daily basis in about 13 weeks. Investors received during the week some indications that the tight-money squeeze is loosen- ing more. The Bank of Nova Scotia re- duced its lending rate for Na- tional Housing Act mortgage loans to 9.5 p.er cent from 10 per cent. Other major banks did not im- mediately follow, but were said to Ire studying the possibility. On index at Toronto, golds were up 6.C2 points to 165.70 and base metals .97 to 06.79. West- ern oils dropped 2.89 to 178.69. Volume for the four days to- talled 9.80 million shares. Gains outnumbered losses 378 to with 213 issues un- changed. At the Montreal and Canadian exchanges the composite index was down .66 to 160.75. Volume was 5.23 million shares, compared with 6.82 mil- lion last week. Gains outnumbered losses 195 to 155 with 102 issues un- changed. AMOTHER HOG MARKETING SERVICE WE ARE ASSEMBLING FAT HOGS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Our modern facilities and efficient service mean dollars to the producer. New modern shed Automatic waterers O Modern loading facilities Prompt service Prov. lie. 213 Insured Hogs and Sows Man. thru Fri. HOG SALES TUESDAY-! :00 P.M. SWEANER AND FEEDER HOG! BROOD SOWS-BOARS BABY CALVES-DAIRY COWS, ETC. LARGE LUMBER AUCTION TUESDAY, SEPT. 15th Following the Hog Sale Board Feet 2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 4x6, 4xf 6x6, 1x6, 1x8, 1x10 Rough and Planed Various Lengths TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th FAT CATTLE SELL at a.m. STOCKER and FEEDERS SELL at p.m. ON OFFER THIS WEEK 600 TO 700 HEAD SPECIAL FEEDER SALE THURSDAY, SEPT. 17th--l p.m. 500 HEAD 500 YEARLINGS AND 2-YEAR-OLDS Highlighted by 100 sfaers from Wesley Ranch, Granum 120 yearling steen and heifers from Bill Van Raymond Rhoades and Jim Gray, Fort Macleod FOR INFORMATION AND LISTINGS CONTACT: FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET; BIG DEMAND FOR YEARLINGS Our market is located in the hub of the livestock feeding and processing industry. Therefore a constant demand for feeder cattle. Give us a call soon to plan the marketing of your livestock. REGULAR CATTLE SALES THURS.-l P.M. Stacker Feeder and Fat Cattle Let Us Take the Worry Out of Your Livestock Sales our contacts with professional order buyers, plus your early consignment, means tap prices for you! UST NOW FOR THE BIG FALL RUN IMHII1IION11 SHIS MimciMtNT SPECIAL SALES FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23RD SIMMENTAL AND LIMOUSIN FOUNDATION SALE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st SPECIAL CALF SALE at p.m. SPECIAL CALF SALES EVERY SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER At p.m. NOVEMBER 7, 14, 21 ond 28 PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. (FORMERLY HANDLEY-JENSEN LIVESTOCK LTD.) PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Sales Manager GARY JENSEN Auctioneer; JOHNNY CHARLTON Lie. 293 Calgary's best restaurants. Completely equipped boardroom. Intimate piano bar. Three great thirty- fifth floor penthouses. And more. The International of Calgary. A suite experience in more ways than one. theinteRmtiorul r, CALGARY. For (403) Telex Sfrtif for our fret tolor brochure. PERLICH BROS. Annual Sheep Sale SAT., OCT. 3rd 1 P.M. EWES FEEDER LAMBS RAMS Consigned by the Lethbridge Research Station Featuring 300 Registered and Grade Rambouillei and Ramnclet Ewes and Rams Performance records will be available LISTINGS INVITED FOR THIS WIDELY ADVERTISED SALE J. A. DUECK KOLSTEIN HEfFER DISPERSION Mon.f Oct. 5th-1 p.m. 55 TOP QUALITY HOLSTEINS QUALITY SIZE DISPOSITION 13 HEIFERS NOW MILKING 42 SPRINGING HEIFERS Majority ore due to freshen by Oct. 31 All bred to Holstein Bulls SOUTH ALBERTA'S FALL HORSE SALE OCTOBER 9th and 10th Make Plans Now For The Marketing Of Your Livestock Perlich Bros, Auction Market Ltd. Located in the hub of Southern Alberta's livestock in- dustry 3 miles east of Lelhbridge on Highway 3 and milf south. PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE ;