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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 22, 1972 THE UTHMJDGI HttAlD Miscellaneous L (Supplied by Doherly. McCaaln Limited) HID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) A.m. PfeS Almlncx 6.10 Husky OU Invest Gr P 12.30 13-4-1 Alia East Gas 7.50 Husky Oil B tt.SJVi Invest MufUBl 5.90 6.M Asimcra Husky Oil War 5.95 Mutual Ac 4.02 Ashland Prov Plpa 12.00 Mutual Gr F 4.7B 5.14 DP Oil Gal 6.15 Inler Prov S1ee 20.00 Nat Res 7.37 Can Soulh 7.10 Kalwr Res 2.35 N W Finance 5.M 5.B9 Cdn Ex Gas 3.65 MGF Managa 2.50 N W Gr 5.68 6-24 Cdn Homosld 9.05 Pacific Pefe 44.2S Principal Gr 4.96 5.45 Cdn Inc! Gas Oil 10.50 Rainier 6.50 Roylund 6.92 Cdn Super 47.50 Sandwoll 3.60 Temp Gr 7.94 8.68 Cdn Long Is .42 Teledvms 4.20 UnHcd Ac 5..J9 6-03 Charier 4.lo Spar ,Arec 4.35 Universal Sav fl-24 9.03 Chlcllan Cdn Seed 4.00 Vanguard V.21 10.10 Dome While Yukon 13.50 VANCOUVER Gt Plains 33. 37 Westftefcl 1.10 MINES Gt Cdn Oil 7.87Vj CALGARY Alton 9-70 Lochlel Acroll .69 Atlas Explor .60 North Cdn Oil 5.B5 Barons Oil .03 Ba1h .72 Numac Norlh Conl -OlVa Brervds 4.60 Pancdn Pelc Warner .36 Churchill Copper .60 Pan Ocean PIPE LINE STOCKS Croydcn .07W Petrol 1.35 Alia Gas A 59.00 Davenport .47 Pinnacla .34 Alia Gas Pref 69.50 Dankoe .63 Place Gas .69 All.i Nat Gas 30.00 Dolly Varden .34 Tender .54 Intend N'af Gas Dynasty rjis Ranger 33.00 and C Gas 17.00 Equllorlat .20 Scurry Rain 15.25 ri and C RPtd 56.50 Fcrl Rellanco .34 Spooner .70 Pacific Trans 13.25 Giant Mascot 5-20 Selbens 11.75 Gaz Metro a.90 Lornex E-60 Tolal Pelc 6.95 GBZ Mcrro A 70.25 Lylfon 1.90 Ulster 1.40 Trans Cda Pips Primer in TSE t TORONTO (CP) Prices on do Toronto stock market lostcd fractional gains In light nid-morning trading today. The industrial index, considered a major indicator of mar-set trend, rose .13 to 209.20, .57 lo 193.05 and western iils .58 to 252.47. Base metals, icwever, slipped ,24 to 91.91. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares compared with shares traded by the same ime Thursday. Sectors of the market contributing to the advance were :ank, general manufacturing, laper and forest and pipeline stocks while real estate, beverage, food processing and utility stocks drifted lower. Advances were slightly ahead of declines, 95 to B3, while 204 ssucs remained unchanged. Southam Press was up 1 to Bow Valley to Texaco to Mercantile Bank Vi to and Leigh Instruments JA lo General Distributors dropped Hi lo Newfoundland Light and Power to B.C. Sugar VI to Bell Canada 'A a and Quinte-Canlin A 15 cents to advanced 10 eents o Giant Mascot 5 cents ,o and Norlhgale 5 cent1; o Pio Algom declined gains rading and Frobcx 1 cent to 36 nts. UCES tip MONTREAL (CP) All seers advanced in light morning ading on tho Montreal stock arket today. Combined volume on the ontreal and Canadian stock changes at 11 a.m. was compared with at e same time Thursday. On index, industrials gained 2 to 227.G9, the composite .32 218.44, papers .19 lo 92.43, anks .18 to 2flfi.93 and utililies 2 to 158.02. On the Montreal Stock Ex-hanges, Consumers Glass was p 1% to and Trans-anada Pipelines to LOW TRADE NEW YORK (AP) Stock arket prices moved higher to-ay in slow trading, after sev-ral sesions of decline. The Dow Jones average of 30 dustrials at noon was up 4.07 t 943.56. Dome Mines was off at nd Massey at Gen-ar added at On the Amex, Canadian Jave-n was up at Brasean as down at and Cana-lan Marconi at The big board indey at noon as up .09 at 59.55, while the mex price-change index was p .02 at DEATHS ANDRIUK Passed away n the city on Monday, Sep-ember 18, 1972, Mrs. Michael Andriuk. Prayers will be said on Friday (this .eve-ing) at p.m. in Martin ros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 03 13th St. N. The funeral ser-ico will be held on Saturday t a.m. in the Holy Trinity krainian Greek Orthodox hurch, with Rev. L. W. Dia-hina o f f i c i a ting. Interment follow in Mountain View emetery. MARTIN BROS. TD., Dkectors of Funeral Scr-ice. C4459A FRIEND Passed away in le city on Tuesday, 19, 1972, following a brief Iness, Mr. Malvern LeRoy Mend at the age of 65 years, rloved husband of Mrs. Veils Friend of 734 15th St. N. A Ducharistic Service will be eld on Friday (this evening) t p.m. in the Church oE St. Mary the Virgin. The fu-eral service will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. in St. tine's Anglican Church, wilh lev. Canon R. W. Cowan offi-ialing. Interment will follow n the Mountain View Cem-tery. Friends may pay their espects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 !3th St. N., phone 328-2361. MAKTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4458 HUBEIRT Passed away suddenly on Thursday, 21, 1972, in Magrath Hospi-al, Mrs. Hazel Alma Rubeirl at the age of 63 years, beloved vi f e of Mr. Alonzo E. Rubeirl of 2885 Pearl St., Eugene, Ore-jon. Born in Lethbridge, the ate Mrs. Rubeirt moved to Spring Coulee with her parents at the age of four years. In 1926 she moved to Eugene, Oregon where she has resided until her >assing. Besides her loving lusband, she is survived by om son, John William Rubeirt an Cons Gas Intern Mogul 10.75 Dist Seagrarr Nu West Homos 10.00 Dam Bridge Mew Alhona .14 Domfar New Calumet Dom TesNIe Nrxanda 40.00 Dam Stores Norrhgara 5.60 Dome Pets Norfex Dofasco New For (Supplied By nichardso Anir T end T AJ.IJVi Sears Anaconda 17.75 Sfd 01 lof Beth Steel Texas Gil f Chrysler 30.00 Texas Co Comsa! Wkkes Cor p Dupont 172.75 (CP) AH commodities on Ihe Winnipeg Grain Exchange were at higher levels at mid-session today. Fiax and rapeseed futures were one to two cents higher on ;ood exporter, local and commission house buying and light iedges. Oats and barley were firm on good domestic shipper ac-livity and rye was fractionally higher on local trading. Mid-session prices Flax: Oct. c higher 3.24KB, Nov. higher Dec. IV, higher May 1 higher 3.24B. Vancouver rapeseed: Sept. higher 2.79, Nov. 2V4 higher 2.1TA13, Jan. 2 higher March Hi higher Thunder Bay rapeseed: Oct. Vi higher Nov. 3-i higher Dec. 1 higher May I'A higher 2.64. Oats: Oct. 1% higher SMfcB, Dec. 1 higher 86B, May T'a higher July 1 higher Barley: Oct. higher 1.28A, Dec. higher 1.27ffiB, May higher July higher Hye: Oct. ?i higher 1.20% A, Dec. higher 1.23, May Gull 2350 IKS. Sreel 20 Rails 720.10 up .74 Int Harvester 36.00 Gen Tel Elec 23.37V, 15 Utilities 109.25 up Montgomery Ward 20 Indust 209.11 up .04 Volume Passed away Grain pri CALGARY (CP) Heceipls to 11 a.m. today on the Calgary livestock market were 950 head and practically all replacement yearlings. Trade was strong active. There were in s u f f i cient slaughter steers or heifers on offer to establish a market. Cows and bulls sold steady. Good cows 25 to 26, review 53.25 to 24.75, earners and cut tcrs 19 to 23. Good bulls 27 to 30. Replacement cattle were in good demand, selling at full steady prices. Two hun d r e and fifty three head of yearlin holstein steers at various weights sold on a strong basis Good holstein steers weighin 600 to 700 pounds 37.30 July not open. Grain quotes Thursday (basis Higli Low Close Flax Oct 320 NOV 322 320 322 Dec 313 May 323 323 Knpcsced Vancouver Sep 276 li Nov 274 275 Jan 275 273 !4 274 Va Mar 273 272 Vl 273 li Kapcsccd Tlumdcr Bay Oct 258 257 257 Nov 2595s 2Xb Dec 'i May 262% 26H1 Oals Oct 86Ti Dec 84H 85 Jly" 86 85 85'. a tlarlev Oct 127-la 1273s Dec 12714 12614 126's May Rye Oct 1195J, 120 Dec 1223-'i 12214 May Jly (b) not fo be localed below th second storey a building, (c) have direct access to the oufsit street level,