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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Market declines Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doheriy, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE Ouoles) WESTERN OILS Aiming 5.65 Alia Easl Gas Asamera Ashland Oil B. p. OH, Oat Cdn Southern Cdn Export Gas Ouoles) a.m. Quoles) 5.40 17.00 11.75 t.Bi t.m Hud Bay Oil Pld 51.00 Hugh Russell Pld la. 75 Husky Oil 17.75 Husky Oil Pld B 41.75 Husky Oil 7.75 Inter Prov Pips Inter Prov Sleel Joutel Cmnw LBV 3.35 3.68 Corp Invest 5.-1S 5.96 Corp Invesl St F 5.07 S 55 Dreyfus F U.S. 13.15 1132 Gr In Shares 3.42 3-76 _.__ Gr Equity 6.22 Invesl Gr F 5.8-1 62 Invest Mutual 5.37 12.25 TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto ttock mavke drifted fractionally lower for the sixth consecutive session in moderate mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials were down .2 to and golds .12 to 176.3. Base metals climbed .18 to 04.79 and western oils to 234.98. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Thurs- day. CP Ltd. dropped to Moore 'A to Denison -Vi to Imperial Oil to Alean to and Bow Valley to Great Laltes Paper lost Va to SIS !4, Selkirk Holdings A to Canadian Tire A to Home A Va to and Southam to Motor firm holds prices BRAMPTON, Ont. (CP) American Motors Canada Lid. said here some 1972-model cars will remain at 1371 prices and at least one model will be re- duced slightly in price. Although figures were not given, the company said the subcompacl Gremlin and the compact Hornet will be un- changed in price despite the ad- dition of extra equipment. The Javelin model will be re- duced slightly in view of some equipment changes, the com- pany said. Cars showing increased prices will be the intermediate-sized Matador and Ambassador. These cars will include as standard some previously op- tional equipment such as power brakes. Fawcetle THEY'RE TAKINS MOVIES OF THE FUTURE! TO SEE WHAT IT M3ULD BE LIKE ON A 500 MPH TRAIN-OF-TOMORROWORWA1K THROUGH A BUILDINS NOT YET CONSTRUCTED, A HEM PROCESS CREATES PICTURES OFMATHEMATlCAUY- DETERMINED EVENTS WITH A COMPUTER SCfVff ME SIMULATED FPOM COMPUTER DATA, fWYCD OH A TV-LIKfSCIieEH, THfH PHOTOGRAPHED BY ENERSON MOTORS PHYLLIS THOMPSON F. S. Wcalhcfup, President of Enerson Motors announces the appointment of Phyllis Thompson as Director of Pub- lic Relations and Advertising for Enerson's Ponliac Buick, Mrs. Thompson attended Iho University of Calgary and lias previous experience in education and public rela- tions. Home. 10.50 Kaiser 5-00 Mu uaj Ac 5.37 5.91 Cdn Home Pfd 30.50 Kam KoMa .10 Mutual Gr F 5.03 553 Cdn Ind Gns ll.CO Lake Dufaull 12.6216 Nel 7.17 764 Cdn Long Island .63 L. Onl. Port 2.30 N W Fin Superior 43.30 AA.G.F. 05 3i Del Rio 17-00 Inlernalional ULUilies was 5.70 Roytund 5.59 S.BJ _ __. Tnmn fir IS ftri 17 11 7fc to Gulf Oil lo 7-50 Pacific PC e Dome Pele 36.50 Ronk Organ. 20.75 Vno Alberta Gas Trunk to Pele 1.14 Selkirk 15.50 vaNrnuuFR Bellilelicm 'A io ?19 and Paji Ocean to Plains M.OD SheJJ Cdn 35.25 A K zm Lochlel Expl. 1.24 Shell Inv. Pfd. Arellc Mill Cily 2.21 shell Inv Wfs 15.67ft Alias ExDlor Asamera rose lo Conl. .72 Balh Norsp ,62 linger lo Husky Oil Cdn. Oil 7.35 Teledyne a.ou copper vvcsl Cdn Seed d.5S Bros to and Inco Va lo -SO Brenda 4.50 1-35 B.C. Sugar lfl.00 B.C. Sugar Pld 17.00 MONTUEAL (CP) Gas 1.15 Barons capt inler moved fraclionally downward .47 Norlh Cont Ranger 13.50 Churchill Copper .63 .It Col Cell 3.25 all sectors except banks in ligh trading on the Montreal Rain. IB. 00 Wesl, Warner .35 Cgronallon Credit 1.15 Spooner 1.50 PIPELINE STOCKS Creslbrook F Ind 4.15 Tolal Petrol. 7.55 Alia Gas Trk RIs 1.25 Croyden market Decalla 7.85 Alia L A Dolly Varden .30 Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadain Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 75.00 5.70 INDUSTRIES Alta Nat Gas 23.50 Fort Reliance 53 Agra Indus. 9.25 Cdn W Nal Gas IB. 00 Gianl Mascor Exchanges at 11 a.m. was 3M.90U shares compared co Indus. inland Na Aqualalne 27.50 N and C Brit Nlld 5 25 N and H.fiZ'A Granlslc 10.50 Gas 15.12Va B 2.60 B Pfd 29.50 Key Indus .15 at the same time Rrflw A MM Pacific Gas Tr 12.75 Hys Z.M r2 a D Gaz Metro Pfd A 45.00 Interior Brew Brew B Inler Mariner .85 On index, banks rose .56 Hydro Car. K50 c Cdn Occldenlal 9.37'A Kamloops Copoer 09 Pfd A i8.00 Lornex 7.00 215.47. Industrials slipped .05 Pac. Inv. 2550 B JJ.DD Lvllon Minerals 100.78, utilities .13 lo 152.03, Pfd. A Tr Cdn P WQr Okanagan Hellcop 6.12ft Crowsnest 25.00 wc frans 51 H7V? Plains Pele composile .01 to 179.27 and A 6.0D western per cent pfd. cents, both payable Nov. 1, rec- ord Oct. 1. E, C. Chalmers J. R. flyer Mr. M. M. Williams, Executive Vice-President, Calgary Power Ltd., is pleased to announce the following ap- pointments: Mr. J. R. (Jim) Ayer to Division Manager, Division VI, at Camrose, and Mr. E. C. (Ted) Chalmers to Division Manager, Division II, at Lethbridge. Both appointments are effective October 1st. Mr. Ayer has been Division Manager at Lethbridge since 1969, and Mr. Chalmers Division Supervisor at Red Deer since 1962. BENY'S "GOOD NEWS CRUISER" Brings you a SPECIAL INVITATION fOOf -VfH'S CRUISER One cf the Beny Boys in this Vega Panel Express will be travelling around town broadcasting the good news about the fabulous new 72 models ot Beny's. Watch for it! BENY'S EXTEND A SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL TO DROP INTO THEIR SHOWROOM TO VIEW THE 72's. The Beny boys will welcome you and will be pleased to be of assist- ance. SHOWROOM OPEN TONIGHT 'TIL P.M. _______ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th TILL 5 P.M. BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Main Garage and Showroom Phone 327-3147 ;