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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, McCualg Limited) LAST HID OR SALE 11iW a.m. Quoits) WESTERN OILS !lTiM 7.75 13.35 11.50 7.00 Alta Ga Asamera Ashland BP OLE Gal Can Soulh Cdn Ex Gas 3.70 ill-Do Quoiesi Husky 011 B Husky Oil Infer Prov Inter Prov Sletl Kaiser Res Loblaw MiGF PacHIc Pcla 4.10 40.50 33.00 I.H 5.70 Cdrt Super Cdn Lonff 1s Chtellan Dome Gt Plains Gl can Oil Lochtcl North Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn Pete Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Rangar Scurry Rain spooner Selbeni Tolfll Ulsler W. DecaUa Pele MISCELLftNEOUS INDUSTr.lES Aqu'italne 26. Brlnco Cdn Brew A Cdn D Cdn Pacific lew Crowsnest Ind 4.S5 1J.25 13.50 6.75 3.95 6.35 14.59 1.1J Sandwell Tetedyno Weit Cdn Sted White Yufcon Weslireld Acrofl Barons Oil 17.62'A Worth Cent 1475 West Warner 1500 PIPE LINE STOCKS 1.38 Alia Gas A 59.50 ,38 Alta Gas Pref 70.00 76 Alia Nat Gas 20.75 JS Inland Not GBi 31 go N and C Gas 16 N and C B PfcJ 77 Pacific Trans 11.25 Gal Melro Gai rVvetro A 1 tt, Trans Cda Pips 60S Trans Cda B Ulttfc Trans Gfa Trans Mutual Accum 4.11 6.71 Mu Grwth Fd 4.93 Nal N.W. Cdn 5.W Grwm 5W S'S 7.34 Grwlh B.OS 8.W Accvm 5.M 4.13 Unlver Sav B.42 ?.M Unlvesl 6.6? VANCOUVER MINES All on .35 Atlas Explor 03 Balrturst .01 Brervda Churchill Cop Croyden DavenporT Dankoe Vardcn 26.50 70.00 JlS.OO 41.50 84.00 17.25 Fvrl Reliance Glanl Mascot Gralsle Lylton Mllntral Primer Pyramid Silver srtJ ,47 .77 100 .SB 5.30 7.30 8.75 1.95 1.15 .42 .24 Market continues in price slump 37.03 Cvgnus B Falcon Copper Gcnstar Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay oil Hud Bay Pfd Hugh Russell G( 4.97 5.43 All Cdn Cmpd 8.61 9.41 All Cdn Dlv 10.30 24.'5 All Cdn Ven 4.35, Am Gwlh Fd 6.31 693 5.50 AGF Spec 3-28 5.87V4 cdo' Inves Fd 5.22 5.72 cnwlh Inler 15.07 1 (.57 15.00 Crrwln Lev 4.10 4.51 37.50 Crmvlh Ven 8.23 9.04 36.00 Corp Inves 6.24 6.52 18.75 Crp Inv SK Fd 5.24 5.74 45.871'i Drylus Fd US 12.89 H.I3 54 50 Grpd knc Shs 4.38 4.82 43.75 Equily 9.29 Troian Valley Copper INDUSTalAL Block Bros 3.25 B.C. Sugar .B.C. sugar Pfd Capt tnler Columbia Brew crslbrk For Hys Key Indus Pac West Air Slampedc Inl'l Rei .75 OILS Albany oil .90 Plains Pete -28 West Explcr -07 9.10 22.62H 15.25 3.SO 3.05 3.65 3.10 .71 23.00 TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market coasted lower in light rniu- morning trading today. Industrials dropped .45 to 212.13; golds 1.48 to 205.00; base metals .20 to 95.08 and western oils .19 to 252.90. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000, up from the shares traded by the same time Mon- day. Sectors of the market contrib- uting to the decline were oil re- PRICES LOWER NEW YORK (AP) The lock market continued on the downward path today. Turn over remained at low levels. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 3.3' at 951.69. Backsliders were in ead of 2 to 1 over gaining is sues on the New York Stoc Exchange. International Nickel was o to and Mclntyre Porci fining, steel, beverage communication slocks anc while Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Seearllies o! Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akallcho [U'.OO a.m. Quoltil .35 Bclhlchem BruniVjick Canada Tung. Cassiar Centre! Pal. Chlmo Congest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craig mont Dlckenson Mines Denison Mines Deer Hcxn Dome Mines Ocnalda Discovery Mines East MalarHc East Sullivan Fiobex First Marillmes Giant Y.K. Bovls Granduc Headway R.L. Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Iso Jollef Quebec Kerr Addlsnn Key Ana con Labrador Lake Langls Stiver Malartlc G.F. Marlln McNeely Maclntyra Mldrlm Intern Mngul Ni; Home I New Al.iona New calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda .38 19.50 3.75 1.50 1.53 PIna Point P acer DEV. p C Exp. WO Rio Alrjom Roman Corp. sherrlH Gordor silver Miller 1.9S SI3CP .13Vj Tek Corp. ,47 Upper Canada 7.65 Western Mines 1.10 Wricjht Hargreavts 1.15 32.00 vjlllroy .07W Windfall Yellowknlle Bear 4.0s 71.SO 1NOUSTR1ALS __ .45 Abltlbl .73 Alcftn Algoma Steel Atco Ind Allartllc Si'BL 140 Dclasco Cable .71 Grt Cdn Oil 32 00 Gen Motors 42.62V3 Grt Lakes Pp 2.99 Gulf OIL in Greyhound Hawker srrj Hur a. Eri- Hiram Walker Imp Oil Inl NlcVll Int Pipe liw Grp A Int utll Ind Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Z.35 .35 .52 7.M 2.15 3.70 6.M 40JO Loblaw A Met Stores Massey Ferg ___ WcMlllan BlM Moore Corp IJ.7S A 6.25 Malson B 23-" 18.50 30.00 7.58 7S.37VJ 15.75 35.87W 21.50 3.W 31.50 39XU 29.00 9.00 41.00 21.25 13.50 7.75 17.M chemical, food product, con structlon and material and rea estate issues managed frac tbnal advances. Declines .held a wide margin over advances, 126 to 85, whil 194 issues remained unchanged Consumers Distributing fell to Shell Canada Vs t Seagrams Vi to Peoples Department Stores Vi to "A and Thomson News- papers to Greyhound rose V4 to Do- minion Citrus 9s to Bra- malea Development 15 cents to Major Holdings 10 cents pine down a point to Off were Canadian Pacific, and Dome Mines, Grain price review WINNIPEG (CP) Flax and ye continued strong on active rading near mid-session on the 'innipeg Grain Exchange to- ay. Flax futures vtn four ctnls bove previous close levels on Lrong commission house buy- ing while rye also had a strong trade pushing prices two cents higher. Kapeseed was nearly two cents higher on active export- er and commission house buy1 ing while domestic snipper buy ing in the oals and barley re- sulted in .fractionally higher >rices. Monday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, 000 of rye and of rape- seed. Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct. 4 higher 3.19; Nov 4% Hgher Dec. higher May 4% higher Kapeseed Vancouver: Sep 1% higher Nov. higher Jan. IVt Mghe higher 2.4HiA; Nov. 1% higher 2.45KB; Dec. 1% higher 42y4B; May 1 higher 2.49V4B. Oats: Oct. higher SOViB; Dec. tt higher 79ttB; May ii igher 81V4A; July not open. Barley: Oct. higher Dee. higher 1.22A; lay higher 1.25WA; July not open. Rye: Oct. Hi 1.17WA; Dec. higher l.WiA; May V, higher July 2% higher 1.26. Grain quotes Monday (basis High Low Clotg Klaz Oct 315Vi 314% 315 Nov 315 314% Dec 303 May 315Y4 315 315 Rapeseed Vancouver Scp 262 260 260V4 Nov KIVs 259V4 Jan 261 259% 259V4 Mar 257yeen met by the company. Aid. Vera Ferguson suggest- ed it might now be the city's responsibility to fence the area and provide for the landscap- ing and upkeep of the adjacent boulevard. 12.25 12.50 Burns B.C. .Forest B.C. sugar Bovv Val Ind .20 CAE Ind 3.35 cdn Bressr T-66 chemcell .22 Col Cell 10.75 Calgery Pow .20Va coron Credit 39.50 C.W.N. Gas Ptd 3.25 Cdn Industrie! 17.25 .OS cdn Marconi .53 Cdn vltkers 1.O5 Chrysler .52 C.P.R. 52.00 Comfnco .11 Cons Bam .14 Cons Gas Djst 9.50 Dom Bridge .14 Dcmlar .23 Dom Textile Dom Stores 37.25 Dome Pele U.I2V3 SE. Law Corp 22.00 Shell CDA Simp Sears Sleel of Cda Selkirk A Texaco Traders Orp A Trans Mln Pp Trans Cda Pp Union Gas Union Oil VersatIK Mlg Westeel Union Car Vision's B Woodward's A U.37W West Cdn Seed 18.62'A Zenith Elec 32.37W BAHKS 33.25 Cdn Imp Montreal 28.75 Nova Scolta Royel JO.SO Tor-Dom 3J.7! 8JO 7.7S 3.75 1.65 10.75 31.00 27.55 LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) sectors were down in light early trading on the Montreal stock market today. On index, papers were oH .78 to 94.65, industrials .64 to 228.20, the composite .45 tol 219.77 and banks .28 to 271.97. Utilities were up .14 to 160.38. Combined volume on the! Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 293, 500 shares compared with 100 at the same time Monday. MICC Investment lost 2% to Peoples Stores Vs to and Labatts to ed weed problem around the Most 1 property. A letter from the city man Nov Dec May Oals Oct Dec: May Jly Barley Oct Dec May Jly Rye 214V4 244 Vi SO 79 SIYi 121% 1253s 115Ti 118 122% 79% 81 120 IWVz 124 11414 117 122 241% 78% 81V4 80% 126V4 115% 117% Ralph J. Bruinsnu, preslden'. and general manager of Bruins- ma Bros. Holdings of Leth- bridge, has announced the sale aU outstanding shares of the ompany to Turbo Resources d. of Calgary for an undls- osed amount of cash and lares. The sale involves only the asoline outlets owned by the company and other accounts upplled by B and B Oil prod- Roark resigns as president of oil firm CALGAHY CCP) Gene E. Roark lias resigned as pres- dent of Husky Oil Ltd. The announcement was made by Glenn E. Nielson chairman uds and B and B air transport divisions of the company ta southern Alberta. Brumsma Bros. Holdings Ltd. started operation In In 1968 with the purchase oj Riverview Gas and Oil at 618 4th St. S. to January. Subway Gas and Oil ct 146 North Mayor Magrath Drive was added in June, 1968. In April, 1970, Econo Wash Dd Gas was opened at 1903 3rd ,ve. S. and Stan's Gas and Oil >egan operation on the CoutU Highway In April, 1972. B and B oil products, the gas- oline sales division for the com- iany, was formed in May, 1970, supplying accounts in iridge, Medicine Hat, Blair- more, Creston and other south- ern Alberta points. Total gasoline sales the first eight months of 1972 was Turbo Resources Ltd. an integrated petroleum company, trading on the industrial sec- tions of the Toronto and Cat Beef futures WINNIPEG Live beef futures close Monday. Scp 34.50 A; Nov 3S.10B; Jan 35.25A; May 34.50B. Oct Dec May Jly POLICE MEXICO CITY (Reutcr) About 100 students seized a town police chief and 10 of his men and forced them to march back and forth in the main square of Tlaxcala near here Sunday, police said Monday. The students were protesting against an alleged beating of one of their colleagues by po- lice. of the board of directors of the company. Mr. Nielson has been elected to succeed Mr. Roark Mr. Nielson said Mr. Roark will continue to assist the com pany as a consultant. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar funds in terms of Canadian unchanged at Pound sterling unchanged at 11-16. NEW YORK (AP) Cana- dian dollar unchanged at in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling up 3-64 at ?2.44 145-64. gary Stock Exchanges. In addition to its 132 gasoline and oil retail and bulk market- ing outlets, Turbo has growing interests in gas and oil explor- ation and production in and Saskatchewan as weH as lubricant and chemical manu- facturing and marketing busi- ness through two other subsid- iaries, Turbo Refineries Ltd. of Edmonton and C. C. Snowdon Ltd. of Calgary. During Turbo's last fiscal year it acquired Parkland OiJ Products Ltd. and Freeway Transport Ltd. of Red Deer, tht business assets of Peerless In- dustrial Chemicals Ltd. of Cal- gary and ten oil wells south of tlio Joarcam oilfield, near Cam- rose, from Golden Spike West era Petroleums Ltd. 21.00 70.00 tt.n S7.50 35.00 2S.SO 19.75 .ss'.oo 13.12W 46.00 3U5 17.75 22.1JV1 t.a 3.10 57.75 38.12tt 3S.62V4 34.00 SIMPSONS-SEARS New York stocks Amr T Anaconda Beth Sleel Chrysler Comwl DuponT Gen Gulf Int Harvesler Kenn Copper (Supplied By Richardson SecnrUiei of Canada) T 45.00 Sears 1B.1ZVS Std OH rf N.J. 29.75 Texas Gulf 31.00 Co 5S.M Wlx Corp Woctworth 7S.OO West Elec 24.75 U.S. Steel Gen Tel Elec TORONTO AVERAGES Kenn copper i Morifgomery Ward 82.87W 20 off .69 70 GrfcH 303.M off 2.S3 10 Bale Mils 95.31 Up .W 117.25 15 Up .03 35.12'A Volume 27.25 NEW YORK AVERAGES 30 IndUSt 951.69 off 3.31 40.67VJ 25 Rails 224.00 off 1.20 15 Utilities 110-11 up .W 65 Stocks 310.93 Oft 1.01 Volume Livestock report Lelhbridga Livestock Monday's sales 400 hogs. All classes weaner and feeder liogs met good demand. Wean- ers sold 51 or moro higher. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. steady. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs per head higher. Weaners 12-21.75; light feeders under 100 Ibs 20.50-30; heavy feeders 100-130 Ibs 30-35; heavy feeders over 130 Ibs 33.50-43.50. AH prices per head. Light feed- ers under 100 Ibs. sold from 31- 36 per cwt.; Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 26.50-30 per cwt; Bred sows and gilts 60-93 per head. Butcher hogs sold Monday at the Lelhbridge yards 35.35- base price. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m. totalled head, mostly slaughter cattle. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were steady with sales to 3130 but over finished kinds were under pres- sure and discounted; hellers were 50 cents higher; cows were generally 50 cents lower with sales to 26.50; bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 32.25 to good 31 to 32.25, me- dium 28 to 29. Choice heifers 30.50 to 31.40, good 29.25 to 30.25, medium 28 to 13. Good ows 25 to 26, medium 23 to 24.75, earners and cutters 19 to 23. Good bulls 28 to 30. Replacement cattle were relatively scarce with most of he offering steers more than 750 pounds and heifers 650 to 750 pounds. Price were steady. Stock calves were steady. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 32.50 to 35. Good feeder heifers 31 to 34. Good stock sln'r calves 43 to 52. Good stock heifer calves 35 to 40. Hogs base price 35.20. Strike spreads to west coast TORONTO (CP) Union of- ficials James Hughes said Mon- day that a strike by elevator in- stallers and repairmen which began in Ontario last Thursday has apread to the west coast. Mr. Hughes, business agent for Local 50, International Un- ion of Elevator Constructors, said about 250 members in Van- couver went on strike Monday and members in Halifax were on the verge of striking. He said more than members of the union plan to join Ontario members in the walkout over a contract dis- pute. AN ELECTRIC MOTOR SaBAlf NSTHROJgHATUBeiSTHE JN USUAL POWER SOURCE FCRANEW EXPERIMENTAL THE CARS ABE PUUEPAIONS ATRACKBYANARM CONNECT EDTOTHEMOTOR THROOSH ASLOTINTHETUBE... CROWN FIRE A crown lire is a fire which runs from the tops of living trees or brush'. WMSCOMfflfSSfOINA -you battery dying You need a new battery when: 0 ireclional slg nal s Hash fasterorslower. e. Lights dim when engine Idles. Specilicgravity variesSO-pls. Headlights brighlenas enginespeed ACCOUNTANT A position of immediate challenge and excellent future is offered by PanCanadian Petroleum Limited, a major Canadian Exploration and Production Company. To qualify, candidates will be C.A. with up to two years' experience. While o knowledge cf the petroleum industry is desirable, more emphasis is placed on Ihe candidate's ability to communicate both orally and in writing. Salary will bo commensurate with qualifications and experience. Fcr personal interview, reply in confidence stating details of education, experience, salary history ond personal dala !o: PanCanadian Petroleum Limited P.O. Box 2850 Calgary T2P OSS Manager, Employee Relations YEARS FREE REPLACEMENT WITHIN 18 MONTHS UHi 10 or hold chirgc, vndtr lermi silted in our flu a tinman for