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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TH! ItTHBRIDOS HERALD Tuesday, Jeplombsp 21, 1971 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied Doberiy, Itoadhmise and McCuaig) LAST DID OB SALE lll-M B.m. Qupleli WESTERN OILS H East S I 17.1 hiaricl Oil Gas P Oil- Gas n Southern n Fxporl Gai Home, n Home rin n Ind n Long Is. n Superior niral Del Rio l rchiel Expl, AMI City New Cent, Cdn Oil a.m. Uuoieii Hugh rll Oil Husky Oil R Oil i Inicr, Prov. Pli Jrulel 17'i I Out. Pnrl Mfin 19.75 moo JP.GO B.m Invest Quoted 5.3-1 nj fnrp In SI F 5.1B 5.66 Dreyfus F U.S, 17.3J 13.52 Gr In Snares 3..ifl 3.63 r-r Equily A.59 r in. Mutual 5.17 7 N W Fir Mir Pnrilic Pelf Selkirk llplrl Shpll Cdn. Shell Inv. rid Shmi Inv. Wli. Sicks Wear Crin Seed CALGARY Gar tins Oil Principal Royfund 7 35 n 03 -1 62 S (IE S.M, t Hfi -1 32 -I 73 5.70 9J J5 17 27 51 Spoonir Tofji fefrol. Wcsl. Decalts MI5CELLANEDL INDUSTRIES Anra Indusl. Indus. Aqualaine Brll. Nfld Corp J 50 '.41 Anuk Arclit Mining Atlas Explor Rrllll Norse Brlh Copcer Black Bro-, Rrcnda B.C. Suqar R.C. Sugar Pfd i Capt Churchill Copper Col Cellulose Coronation Credil slbrook For Ind -1 51 froyden .16' Dolly Varden .73 Dynasly 4.30 Fort Relianre 53 Gianl Mascot 5.10 Granule 11.1-5 Growers B PIPELINE STOCKS Alia Gas Tr Rights l.if Alia Gas Tr L A -13.00 Alls Gas Tr L Pfd 7.1.CO Alia Nal Gas 33.37' Cdn W Nal Gas Inland Mai Ga5 1? 75 N and C Gas M ond C B PM 30.35 Uln Brew A 50 Pacific GJS Tr 17.73 "3 Can Occidenral 50 Tr Cdn P IbWi Cdn Pac. Inv. ?.c 5 Tr con P Pfd A 43.00 7.10 CPR Pfd A ]f jj Tr Cdn P Pfd B A1) Lyllcn Minerals l.iQ Crowsneil Ind 2u Tr dn P War 1150 Okanagan Heiicop 400 Cygnus A WC Trans 25.37'i Plains Pete Cvgnus B 475 Western Pacific 675 Primer .06 Gsnslar 11.CO MUTUAL FUNDS Pyramid .34 AM Crin Com B..I? 13 Silver Standard T.70 AM Cdn Divid 9.5J 10.93 Stampede Intl Res .77 All Cdn Vent .133 4.1BTexmun) .JO AGF Special 2 9J Trojan CJn Invent F t.o.'- 5 OB Weslcrn Wines Celled Mutual 635 497WC Res Lethbriclge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGAKV (CD On offer io Jl a.m., .ibout btncl; mostly pood and choice shiuph- tcr slrcr.s and heifers. Trade aclivn wilh a good local and ea.slc'rn demand. Slaughter .steers were fully sUiiuh with sales lo 31.50 al- Iliongli ovcrfinisht'fl kinds were (lijtL'Oimlcd 50 cents; heifers wore steady to 2o ct'iils higher; ccm-s were scarce at steady prices; (mils were steady. Choice slaughter steers 30.50 tn good '29.50 to 30.25, medium 2fl.50 (o Choice heifers 20 to 2JJ.BO, good 27 Ib medium 25.50 to 2ti.75. Good cows 22.75 Lo 23.70, medium 21.25 to 22.50, canners and cut- ters IB to 21. Good bulls 24 to 26. Replacement cattle were scarce with most of those of- fered shcvl-keep steers selling steady. Insufficient stock calves 3_55 j to establish quotations. i Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 31 lo 33. iJ Hogs base price 22.75. Gt. Cdn Oil CT Oil A-75 Home Of I A Home Oil B Home, Pllfield H dscn Bay Cc Hudson Bay Oil ii.Ji hud Bay Oil Fid 56.75 5.65 100.CO 36.25 35.75 19 j7 3.CD Cmn-.v Lev Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Rlcbardson Securities of Canada LAST BID DR SALE a.m. Quolei) MINES B m. Arjvocale Asb, AKailcho Black Day 1 as Pine Point 15.25 6.10 15.P71 Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Molon; Gl Lekcs Pari Guff Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil linoerlal Tob Craigmoni Uenison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldonn Dome Mint! Donalda Discovery Mines Egsr Malartlt East Sufljvan Talconbridge Frobcx Firsl MarlMmoi Giant Y K. BDvis Granduc Hcodwav R-L. Hollinger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. iron Bay jQllel Quebec Kprr Addison Ksy Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Mads-n R.L- Molarlic G.F. Marlln McNeely Me IB Inierr Vogul Wesl Hems New Alhona New Calumel W. Horse cooper N'oranda rlhgate l 00 Corp. Upper Cana'J" INDUSTRIALS Norlex Opcmiska Alcan Alco Ind Allan Sugar '.'ell Te! .irazil Trac l.C. Tel dn Brew .hemcell Lol Cellulo Canada S S 1 Cdn Marconi "i yaici OD 77-" Com Balh Cons Gas "llij Domtar Oom Textile 3; 55 [IDITI Slopes 6 J5 Ciom Pete --T Dofasco B.7S CAB IB.50 12.JO 8.00 f..7-J .15.00 19.SO 6025 12.50 19.50 19 00 -1.15 6.75 11.25 12.CO 31.25 Z.95 -.75 22.75 4.75 7C.50 5675 It W 12 CO Inv Gp A IndU'l Acccp) .aurenlide i Ke'fy Doug A Locb Metro Matiey Fcrq Molso'ns A Molsons B North- Cent Power Corp Ro'hmans 5r J.aiv Corp Shell Cda Simp Spari Steel or Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Go Trans Mn Pp Trans Can Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mlg Weslcel Union Car Wesl on's B Woodward's A WeM Cdn Sd Zenllh Elec BANKS Can Imperial W-onlrcal Nova scoiia Royal Tor-Dom 71. OQ 5.00 65 CM 15 7rt25 l-i.75 2.70 7-1.00 37 62 Vi 19.75 20.00 J7.75 2B.A7' j 7 71 .' n.50 5.50 17. 7J.QO Dfl.M IB. 50 1B.OO 15.25 J.60 8.00 10.6IVJ 19. CO y, 50 20.75 27.50 26.75 15.25 3J.OO 13.00 15.25 a.CO T2.00 U 00 17.00 23.50 -1.55 1.70 23.75 14.75 2E.62'-': Grain prices WKKIPEG iCP) Trading continued lighl at mid-session today on tlie Winnipeg Grain Exchange and ali prices re- mained near previous close levels. Rapesccd prices were frac- tionally off on a limited volume. Monday's volume of trade was 354.000 bushels of flax, of rye and of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct. higher 2.25'.s, Nov. 'j higher !i higher 2 23 May !s higher J. Rapcsvcd Sept. not open, Nov. 'K lowpr 2.53, Jan, 'i lower March lowei liapcsced Thunder Bay: Oct. lower 2.42A, Dec. '4 lower Jlay -li loner Oals: Oct. unehangcd esVsA, Dec. '4 lower 64-liA, Ulay !s lo.ver 657sA. Barley: Oct. U Imver l.OS'.i, Dec. Ji lower May is lower 1.01'iB. Hye: Oct. higher ni. Dec. liighcr o975B, May higher Higli Low Close Flas Oct Nov Dec May 223 '.s 233U Neiv York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada 220'2 2241; 234'4 Rapesccd Vancouver Sep Jan 252 250' z Mar 230'j Thunder Ba Oct Dec 2JO'.ri 239ai May 2433'i Oals Arrr T and T Anaconda Belh Sleel Chrysler Comsat Duoonl GM Gulf Int Hsrveslcr Kenn Copper n Sears 1555 5ld Oil 01 N J. 70.75 25.50 Texas Gull 11.1.75 29.75 Texas Co 11 75 Wicks Corp iO.75 155.0 Woolworlh 52.25 Vi Weslmghouse Elec 93.B7V3 30 Indust oil 2.91 j U.S Sleel 29.75 ?0 Rails 240.75 OH .90 3 20 Golds 17J.19 off '-5 10 Base Met Bfi.U oil .tJ. 15 W Oils 537.17 .oH .20 Volume 27.6 2B.2 31.1 Montgomery Werd 33.6 NEW YORK AVERAGES AVERAGES y, 20 Indusl 177.08 olt .73 Volume Ocl Dec May Barley Oct Dec 1 May Hye Oct Dec May 65's 64 :U 52'i W'z I077., ]02'2 IOI'4 25 Pi 251' i 2501s 241 l'a 240 6J' 103 92'4 393i 05'2 Discover the touch of excellence A mellow marriage of our finest whiskies Available in J 2 and 25 sizes A presligc product o[ Canadian Sclienlcy Distilleries Ltd. Hog sale EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. today pro- vided by the Alberta Hog Pro- ducers Marketing Board. Edmonton: Monday 22 n5. Red Dctr: Monday 22.95. Calgary: Monday 23.15. Lelhbridge: 22.75. Average 22. GO. Average 22.75. Average sales, aver- age Monday 23.07. Lloydminstcr: No sales. Av- erage Monday 22. -10. Grande Prairie: No sales. Average Monday 22.38 Total hogs sold Tola! sales Monday a, ,18-1. Average 22.7-) Sous average Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef fuUires Monday Opon High Low 32.55 33.60 33.-10A 32.75 32.75 32.70 32 M 32. CO 32.60 32. MB 31.75B Kcp Nov Jan Mar I'oUilo futures WINNIPEG (CPi Manlime poiolo fnlures Monday.- Opon High Nov 2.23X Mar Apr 2.WIN Slay 3.03A Dividends lly T1IF, H.f. llrfiiicTv I.lil., cnmmnii 20 cents; pfd. 23 cenLs, Ocl. 20, record Ocl. fl. U.S. economic policies hard on world trading issues up; other sectors dip TORONTO (CP) Cold is- .sues niuvefl higher, while prices in a1! olncr sectors of (he To- I'unLo ilock market drilled frac- tionally lower in moderate mid- morning trading today. On index, industrials were ,27 to i77.54, base mclals .04 lo 86.74 and western oils .24 io 237.13. Golds were lip .02 lo Volume by 11 a.m. was 458.000 compared with 4GG.COO at tjie 5ame time Monday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 113 lo 68, wilh 193 issues unchanged. Weakest sectors were bank- ing, beverages, oil refining anu merchandising. Ten of (he in- index's 17 sub-groups moved lower. Communications, g e n e r a 1 manufacturing, steel and ulilily issues posted fractional ad- j vances. i Trading was resumed in all issues of Toronto Star Ltd.. fol- lowing a lifltig of a 15-day Irading halt order by Ihe On- lario Secui'ities Commission. Star B climbed 6 to S32'.i on a Crown Tiust was down 1 to Gulf Oil Belh- lehem to S19S8, Pan Ocean 'j lo S13 and Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Line io Imperial Oil Josl !j Io W-'i Numac 'R to Inco 'K to :-nd Canadian Imperial Bank lo Scolt'sh and York Holdings vas up 4 lo CP Lid. 3B to j S67'j, Guaranty Trust '4 lo S123'i. Irwin Toy '.i lo S17'z and OSF Industries to J10NTREAL (CP> Trices were down fracliciiidly in light Irading on the Montreal stock- market tuday. Combined volume on the Montreal mid Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared wilh al the same time Mon- day. On index, industrials dropped .60 lo 184.83 and Ihe composite .25 lo 182.51. Utilities rose .07 to 152.43, banks 1.58 to 216.59 and papers .21) to 78.06. On Uie Montreal exchange, Credt Fonder was down 51 lo foS, Petronfia Canada t o and Velcro at Trust General flu Canada rose '2 lo S23 and Distillers-Sea- grams to On the Canadian exchange. Pan American Mines dropped 51.03 to 56.75. NEW YORK (AP) The slock market languished i n minus territory today while many investors remained on the sidelines. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 3.28 points at 901.87. Declines on the New York Stock Exchange led advances by nearly 3 to 2. Among Canadians, Walker Goodcrham gained ni and Granby Mining was up !j. Dis- lillers Seagrams declined -la and International Nickel was down 11. On the American exchange. Brascan was up IB and Jupiter was off 'i. OTTAWA (CP) The trading world has nover been faced with problems of such complexity and sensitivity as those brought on by the new U.S. economic policies, Finance Minister Ben- swi saitl Monday. Reporting to Ihe Commons on last week's London meeting of Ihe 10 wealthiest Irading na- lions, he said difficult work lies ahead in Irying to bring about an orderly, new international exchange system. Such work has begun among representatives of the Group of 10 and within the 22-mcmber Organization for Economic Co- operation and Development. i The 10 will meet next weekend in Washington, prior lo the an- i iiiial meeting of the Interaa- I tional Monetary Fund. Mr. Benson's report to the Commons was crilicized by op- position spokesmen because, they 'said, it added nothing to what already lias become knouTi about the London talks. There had been failure lo agree on anything but lhat the mone- tary crisis is serious and must be settled by a multilateral re- alignment of currency values. The crisis was precipitated Aug. 15 when President Nixon removed the peg which Lied the value of the U.S. dollar to gold, forcing other currencies to float upwards in relation to the dollar on inlcmalional exchange mar- kets. He also imposed a 10-per- cent additional tariff on dutiable goods. Opposition Leader Robert Slanfield said Mr. Benson had not given Ihe Commons any new information. H would be helpful he said, if the Commons cculd be told what other countries think Canada should do in the situation. He said the IMF had suggested a farther upward re- valuation of the Canadian dol- lar. David Lewis, NDP leader, i said il now seems clear thai the} new Nixon jjolicy of protection for American business is goini; lo remain in effect for a lime, possibly a year or What Canada needed now VMS a long-range economic icnt policy, not just grants lo ii-lus- Iry lo ensure against IK of jobs in the short-term. Parliament now has More it n bill, iK'ing studied in commil- lee, lo provide million in granls lo plants affected by llm import Kiirchi'.ige between Aug. 15, when Ilicy were imposed, and next March Ihe cud o( the current fiscal year. The gov- ernment has said more money can be provided if needed nftcr lhat. More and more people Save discovered the Shoppers Drug Mart Have you? fe LastwfflKwefilled prescriptioijSpairour stores. SHOPPER JiteUG MART Open every day everreSajng and every Sunday. SIMPSONS-SEARS WEDNESDAY MORNING PECIAL Personal Shopping Only Please on These Items Girls' Corduroy Casual Slims Special 4.99 Wide and narrow ond brushed corduroy lo choose Burgundy, brown, blue, Ian, gold, Sizes 7-14. Girls' Wear Men's Orion and Wool Cardigan Reg, 14.99 jinarlly machine washable- in Ihn n ewe s of fall shades. Feaiuro fashionable saddle shoulder styling. Blue, bollle green, Ian. S.M.L Men's Furnishings Ladies' One Size Pantyhose 2 fo 88c Reg. iOc Great lillle panJyhose for fhe gir) an go, her mGJt favorite shades: Honey beige, gruv mi.s and hint 'o brown. Ladies' VII Woo! Bool Sock 88r Rco. nil-wool bnol sods for iL 'inq, fr 'L'l- fJnoinfl. Wliiff? only. 9 )0-li. Specially Priced Alarm Clocks Imgraliam 7 Jewel Movemenl. Cordless. Reg. Phinney Walker Cordless Decor- ator Clock. Reg. Seth-Thomas Eleclric Alarm Clock. Reg. ._ Selli-1 homes Electric Alarm Clock. Reg. Weslclox Magit Touch Clecric Alarm. Reg. ._ 68" Conrtellc Double Knit Reg. 4.99 100% polycsler washable double knit, splashed wilh all fhe newest fall colors. Drip dry. Yardgoodi (jirls1 Polycsler (Jo lion Shirls Spocinl 1.99 long j-lcp'-'n, Houbln butinn tuff nnd nrck fojlofrd shifts. Whila, hlue, gold, preen. 8- J J. Girls' Wrnr Set of 3 .Duralex Bowls 4 4Q Reg. Clear duralox in three handy sizes for everyday USD as r' Tg or for leftovers. Housewares Depf. Girls' Acrylic Pidlovers 3.49 4. C'jlc, cosy body swenlers swing into fosl'iun wilh skirls or slocks. Red, white, gold, navy. 8-14. Wear Hole in Handle Electric Knife Reg. 14.99 Tht; hole in handle slyfe moarn eo'--inr handling. Comos complf3to wilh scrroicd stoinloss slecl blnde and 8' delaciiablo cord. While only. Elpcl icnl Chicken and Duck Feather Pillow Reg. Good qunlily of a low, prlco. Plump full of fcnllicrsl Sonirjord ircotcd, too. Bodding and Linen STORE HOURS: Daily 9 a.m. Jo p.m. 9 o.m, IB Thunday ond Fridny 9 ID 9 p.m. Cnnlra Villaoo. Tolnphoiw 328-923) ;