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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stock prices post moderate gains Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McCunlg Limited) LAST HID OK SALE Quotes) t.m. Quolesj Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlrcx TORONTO (CP) Prices on gained the Toronto stock market posted moderate gains for the third consecutive session in light mid-momlng trading to- day. Tha Industrial index, consid- ered a major indicator of mar- ket trend, rose .71 to 210.02, base metals .01 to 91.03 and western oils .63 to 255.92. Golds, however, were off .19 to 192.70. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares compared with 000 by the same time Wednes- day. Sectors of the market contrib- uting to the increase were bank, beverage, communication and oil refining stocks while utility, merchandising, trust and loan and food processng issues were off fractionally. Advances outnumbered de- clines 119 to while 170 issues remained unchanged. Falconbridge Nickel rose to International Utilities to Labatts Vi to Royal Bank to and Gulf Oil to Rank Organization slipped Pipelines while Rapid Data to Trans- 1 to fell 1 to Alia East Ga; Asamera Ashland BP Oil Gas Can South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homestd Cdn Super Charter Cdn Long Is Cdn Ind Gas Oil 10-67' Chief fan Dome Lcchlel Gt Cdn Oil Gt Plains Cdn Oil Huif Bay Pld 6.20 Hugh Russell 13.871'a Husky OH B 11.75 6-00 ?.es 5 9.65 ASf) Husky OJI War Inter Prov Pips Inlrr Prov Kaiser MGF Manage Pacific Pete Grwth Equity 8.24 9.07 Inves r 13.XO Irwes Mulual 5.B9 4.W W AAutwl Accum 550 Wuttal Gn'rth F 5-29 13 CO Naf Res ll'ss Finance i.'j? S-90 jil Growth 5.72 v. Principal 4.94 7.21 Sand WE 11 Spar Areo 13.03 Cdn While Yufcon CALGARY Acrcl to United Corp. B to Shell Canada to Ashland to and Paulin to Kunkeno advanced 20 cents to Pan Central 9 cents to and Canadian Jamieson 5 cents to Western Mines declined 5 cents to and Noble Mines 3 rants to 71 cents. MONTREAL (CP) Ad- vances outnumbered declines in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 000, compared with at the same time-Wednesday. Industrials advanced 1.4G to 229.52, banks 1.34, to 266.40, (he composite 1.12 to 218.59 while utilities lost .17 to 157.63 and papers wer unchanged at 92.57. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Dome Petroleum In Canadian vStock Exchange action, Gaspc Quebec fell three cents to SI-IV on shares traded. NEW YORK CAP) A rally that bloomed on peace rumors Wednesday withered on the vine today as both the White House and the North Vietnam- ese denied any break-through had been made in negotiations. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was down 2.55 to 944.69. Declines led ad- vances 655 to 518 on the big board. The New York Stock Ex- change index of common stocks was off .08 to 60.06. The price-change index at the American Stock Exchange was unchanged at Losers today among Cana- dian Issues were Hudson Bay Mining, off at Inter- national Nickel, off ft at and Canadian Pacific, off Vs at Granby Mining was up at On the Amex, Scurry Rain- bow Oil was up Vs at Nui... Pancdn Pefe Pan Ocean Pdrol Pinnacle Flica Gai Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain S-75 53.12 V'j 6.00 20.OT 13.75 14.75 Oil Norrh Ccn1 Wai PIPE LINE STOCKS .ii 23.50 1-1.00 .75 7.20 1.32 6.00 11.00 EelbEns Total Ulsler W. Decalta V.'wl Ptte MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqultalne Brinco 15.75 AHa Gas A Alt.i Gas Pref Alta Nat Gas Inland Nat Gas H and C Gas N and C D Pfd PaciJIe Trans Czi Metro 4. Gaz A 70. Trans Cda Pipe Trans Cda B -40. Tram Cda A W. Trans Cda War WC Trans 27. WC Trans Wfs E. MUTUAL FUKDS Tmplln Grwth United Accum Universal Sav Vanguard 9.J5 10. a VANCOUVER MINES Aftcn AFIas Explor Bathurst W.crsa Brends .01 La Cop Croytleh Davenpsrt KOI .03 5.55 MO 9.75 4.50 Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. today on the Cal- gary livestock market totalled head, mainly slaughter 16.00 70.03 13.50 12.00 Dclly Varden Dynasty Equitorlal Fort Reliance 17.75 Lylfori Minerals 2 Troian Vallsy Copper Cdn A Cdn B Cdn Pacific Inv tnd CYQIHJ5 A Cygnus B Falcon copper Genitar Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil All "can "Crnod All Cdn DM yy, cdn Vcrl 35.50 A.G.F. Spec 2-I.CQ cdn Invcs F 8.CO cell Mutual B.oo Cir.wllh Inter 13.00 cmwllh Lev 15.03 cmwllh Vcn Ccfp IrWM 6.49 Blocfc Bros S.29 IO.U B.C. Sugar 4.14 4.42 B.C. Sugar Pfd Capt Inter _ Columbia Brew S.19 5.69 Cslbrk Per Ind 6.E3 7.47 Hys 14.E4 16.31 Key Indus 4.02 A.41 Pec West Air 8.09 Stmpct Int'l Res 4.73 OILS 7.15 SH i.eo 3.CS 21.75 15-00 349 3.15 3.C5 3.15 .61 22.50 35.1J14 Corp Ima F S.U 5.7.1 Albany Olt IB.fKI Oreylus F US 17.77 14.00 Plains Pele 44. SO Grpd Inc Shares 4.23 4.65 West Expior Toronto mines, Industrials Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Wednesday. Nov 34.90A; Jan 35.50B; Mar 35.80N. Tuesday's volume: No con- tracts. THOMAS A. CUNNINGHAM The Thome Group Ltd., Management Consultants, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Thomas A. Cunningham as Vice-President. Mr. Cunningham will be re- sponsible for the firm's practice in Alberta, with offices in Calgary and Edmonton. Canada provided information MONTREAL (CP) A Cana- di an marine architect s ays much of the teclmology that would be used by West Ger- many to build a proposed trans- portation network in the Arctic was brought from Canadian firms. "We know what information Germ say has to build ice- breaking freighters because we sold them much of William Geiimsn, president of German and Milne cf Montreal, said Tuesday in an interivew. "If it's our technology, why don't we go ahead and build the darn tilings here in Canada and exploit our own resources." Canada and West Germany are discussing the development of the transportation network. to facilitate movement of Ar- ctic resources to industri al plants in the Ruhr Valley. By Gene Fawcetlo LA8OA CHIMPS. BABOOWS AMD OTHEP INIMALSMAY500N BE PiCKINfl CROPS AN D WOKXiNG IF A NEW EFFECTIVE. THAT AMMALS CAN CO DULL JOBS MORE EFFICIENTLY THAN (Supplied Bv Richardson Sccnrllics of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) (lliDO a.m. Snores) MINES Nwlex .32 Osisk.0 1.50 Pine Point ..53 Placer Dev. 17.87V2 P.C. Exp. 1.75 Quebec fAan X-JS Rayrock .ta Radlere Rio Algom Reman Corp. ShCf rill Gordon Silver Miller Sleep Rock Tek Corp. Advocate Asb. Akailcho Bethlehem Bralcrne Cdn. N.W. Land Broulan Brunswick Canada Tung, Casciar Central Pat. Chi mo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin. Lake Cochancur Cralgmwit DIctenson Denlsan Mines Deer Horn Dome MIrjGJ Discovery Mines East Malarllc Easr Sullivan Falccnbrldgc Frobex First Marilimes Giant Y.K. Bnvis Granduc Headway R.L. linger 3. GO 1.62 15.00 1.00 Jilt 27.00 .0414 Yi 66.50 Zrotessional and on the Job raining, The "single-class" legislation sought by the chartered ac- countants would reserve the public accounting field to tha members of one designated or- ganization with rights of self- government and self-discipline. The brief sets out means for introducing such legislation and suggests methods for non- CA's presently engaged in pub- lic accounting to come under the one professional body. CORRECTION NOTICE! In Miholik's Moyfolr Foods of Wednesdoy, Sept. 27lh, the following ilems should have read a> followi: 32-oz, tins 5 for 98t Kraft Cheez Whiz Evaporated Milk Frying Chicken Carnation 16-oz. Lilydole, fresh, whole, Ortido A ib. Beth. Steel Chrysler Comsat Gen Motwi Gulf Int Harvesler Kenn Copper 46.50 18.00 Std Oil o! NJ 26.00 Texas Gulf 29-fim Texas Co 59.75 Wix Corp 165 CO Wcol worth 75.37V? V.'esl Elec 23.50 U.S. Stesl 'tl-'15 Gen Tei Elec W.25 31.97'A TORONTO AVERAGES ird IlKius 210.21 up .50 107.75 75 Golds 1M.M off M.12V] 10 Base Mils 90.78 off .24 116.15 15 West Oils 25A.U .84 35 Volume 55.62'A NEW YORK AVERAGES 30 Indus 9U.6? oft 7.54 41.75 20 Rails 217.31 off JJ-'J 15 U1IIH15S 110.37 up .a 45 Sloclts 327.22 off !.14 Volume Grain price review Winnipeg Grain There are other calculators under ibut none we know of with all the features of the DiGi-matic 8 9998 cl 1003 4th Avenue S., Lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 i-occssna WINNIPEG (CP) Prices were down as much as five cents in the rap Meed market ai the Winnipeg Grain Ex- change today. The decline fol- lowed a strong upturn on the market Wednesday, but export- er interest was continuing in fair volume. Flax also was weaker on a fair volume of exporter buy- ing. Rye, oats and barley were fractionally lower on a routine trade. Volume oE trade Wednesday included bushels of flax, cf rye and bushels of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Indian chiefs will receive financial aid Wootw CORRECTION Candy-Fair Advertisement Wed., Sept. 27th Page 14 BRIDGE MIX BYIOWNEYS bag SHOULD HAVE READ .87 PER IB. -57 SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE OTTAWA (CP) A program to provide financial aid to chiefs and councillors of Indian hands was announced Wednes- day by Indian Affairs Minisler Jean Chretien. The program will provide aid of a band member up to a maximum of for bands whose annual income is less than Bands with larger incomes arc able to set aside funds for (heir officials. Mr. Chretien compared the position of chiefs and coun- cillors to mayors and aldermen as a large part of their time is devoted to their functions as planners rather than earning o living for their families. The new program hopes to help alleviate (hat situation. Flax: Oct. 2 Vi lower 3.41 ti; Nov. 1 lower 3.33; Dec. Vt lower 3.26 Vi; May ?i lower 3.34. Rapcsced Vancouver: Sep. 4 Vi lower 2.90 ii; Nov. 4 31 low- er 2.87 ?i; Jan. 4 lower 2.83; March 5 lower 2.81. i Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 3 lower 2.61 Vt; Nov. 1 ?s lower 2.63 ii; Dec. 1 lower 2.63 May 2 -Is lower 2.71 Oats: Oct. Vi lower 85 Dec. tt lower 85 May lower 85 July lower 86 Barley: Del. '.'i lower 1.29 Vt; Dec. unchanged 1.29 Vt; May and July not open. Kye: Ocl. lower 1.19 Dec'. lower May lower 1.28 July no', open. WINNIPEG