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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wedneiday, September 19, 1971 Severe declines in gold issues TORONTO (CP) Gold is- sues recorded severe declines, as prices in all sectors of the Toronto stock market moved lower for the ninth consecutive session in moderate mid morn- jng trading today. The industrial index was down .67 to 168.52, golds 2.45 to 172.74 base metals 1. 25 to 80.53 and western oils .11 to 227. 01. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Tuesday. Declines outnumbered a d- vances by more than two-to-one, with 181 issues unchanged. Weakest sectors were bank- ings, food processing, merchan- dising. steel, trust and loan and genera] manufacturing. Fifteen of the industrial index's 17 sub- groups moved lower. Construction and materials and real estate issues posted fractional advances. Canadian Tire A lost to Seagrams son Bay Mining Ranger 'i to Sll, Trans Mouiv tain Oil Pipe Lines to and Lake Dufault U to Etelco fell "i to Abitibi Vs lo Imperial Oil !s to S28IB, Noranda >'t to S29-'s, Bell to and Bank of Nova Scotia to Rank climbed 3i to Central Del Rio 'a to SIS, Cana- dian Superior Oil 'i, to S42U-. Bethlehem to and Du Pont to PKICES D01VJV MONTREAL (CP) Price were fractionally down in a] sectors in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same time Tues day. On index, industrials droppe5 Gr Equily 597 BP Oil Gas f, fQ Inler Prov Sleel Invesl Gr F 105711.55 Can Soulh 5.90 Jor.'fel .61 Invest Mutual 5.26 S.76 Crin Ex Gas j.co Kaiser Res A RS Mutual Ac 5.7-1 5.76 Cdn HoniGSld 10.00 Kam Kolia .38 Mulual Gr F A.n 5.AB Cdn Home Pfd 19.00 Lake Dufault 11.75 Nat 6.96 7.41 Ind Gas Oil 10.50 L Ont Per) rem n N W Fin OP J R? Cdn Lonn Is fa MGF Manage 205 N W Gr 5.35 5.DO Cdn J? 19''-. Mcnlcr 70 Principal Gr -1.16 -1.59 Cen DC! Rio Newconex SCO Royfund 5.47 S.'t) Pacific Pele Trmp Gr 3J.85 57.1fi ChleNan 7.25 Rank Orcj 19 431-3 Uniled Ac 4.79 .5.2fi Panic ?S Mold 1519V, Universal 53V 6.91 aJ-S Alb Lcchiel i ifl Shell Inv Wts l.'rVJi'j AlbfjnV Mill Cilv 7 1 r1 .2' New Cnnf Wedyne ..00 .17 Nrrth Cdn Oil f, Wecr Cdn Seed .MO A'1" "S! White SJ15 Copper ,-'2 CALGARY Block Bros xco PlnnVrlB -fl AcrD" BrenUa --1.30 Barrns Oil B.C. Sugar Ifl. 25 PrnHnr .T Kcrth Conl B.C. Sugar Pfd 1700 pnnrnr Capl Inter 7. 12', 2 Vrnrrv. o-Jn IT 71 Darner 34 Copper M cnnlTpr i-7 PIPELINE STOCKS Ccl Cellulose 9.50 Mjoc ,er i Gas Trk coronation Credit 1.10 wJn nnr-iif- Alto Ges Tr L A 48.50 CrC5lbrook F Ind 3.75 Wcsl Decalfo 725 Ggs Tr L pfd Croydcn -IB IMSC l LANEOUS Aifg Gas 23.25 Dolly Varden i7 INDUSTRIES Cdn W Nat Gas 1B.OO Dynnsly 5.20 Anra Ind 901 inland Nat Gas Fort Reliance .17 Atco Ind 0.00 N and C Gas Macot A.65 Aoi'alpino 2' 'i N and C B Pfd 28.50 Granisle 10.50 Brit Nfld 5.00 Pacific Gas Tr 12.50 Growers B 2.iM Prew A 28.00 Gal Melro Pfd A 45.00 Key Indusr .18 Cdn Drew D Gai S621PjHys 2.55 Cdn Hydro Car l-.n Tr Cdn P 36.00 Interior Brew Cdn Occidental 9 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 66.25 Inter Mariner nZ CVn Pacific Inv 2.1.25 Tr Cdn P Pfd B Lornex 6.95 CPR Pfd Tr Cdn P War 1000 Lyllon Minerals 1.52 Crowsnest Ind rn WC Trans 23 i5 Okanagan Helicop i.00 Cycinus A Western Pacit c 6 CO Plains Pete Cyrni'S B MUTUAL FUNDS Prirr-r .11 Gnnslar 10.03 All :dn Con- 751 R 97 Pyramid .47 Ht Cdn Oil S 5 ?5 AH Cdn Div d 9. !3 C. 97 Silver Siandard 1--SB C-t Cdn Oil 6-75 in Al Cdn Vent 3.71 4.06 Sfampede Inll Res 72 Home A 33.00 Amr Gr F 5.90 Texmont .37 Home B 3.' 00 AGF Special 2.85 Trcjan 33 Home Pilfld 7 Cdn Invesl F 4.49 Western Minos 3. CO Hud Bay Cn 17 cn Col Mulua 6.17 6.77 WC Res .06Vz Hud flay Oil Cmnw Infer 12.61 13.P9 Wsslem Explor .15 Hud Bay Oil Pld Cmnw LEV 3.29 362 Utica .2J Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quoles) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quoles) MINES Ncrlex .30 Dolasco 22.75 Acme .25 Opcmiska 8.05 CAB 13.12'.'2 Advncale Asb. 1.75 Obisko .32 Fd ot Amer 70 00 Akailcho .A3 Palino 19.00 Gl Cdn Oil 525 Black Bay .05 Pine Point 23.50 Gen Molors 83 75 Bralcme 171 Placer Dev. 2fl.B7Va Gt lakes Pnp 1550 Broulan .25 P-C. Exp. ,f5 oj( cda 24.25 Bethlehem IB DO Quebec Man .10 Greyhound N 25 Brunswick Rayrock 1.25 H kcr sid Canada Tung. 1.72 Rio Algom M.Wt Huron Erie 1S Cassiar 19.50 Roman Corp. 6.05 walk ifi 7S is ws- ccsri.mMW ?.s fKwr AV HI- Coin Laka Texmont .34 '.MSftmw Mints '.11 HargreavK US MM wJll JO'i Kelly Doug A s.m; D'Eldona 'n Bear 4 40 Loeb 3.85 Domp Minns Z'nmnc .OTA A nnn-ilrtV n; INDUSTRIALS Met Stores New 14.00 Discnverv Mines Abilibl 400 Massey Ferg EaslMSl-rllc 100 Alton 1700 McMillan Blot East Sulliusn 1 Jl Algoma Sleel Moore Corp Falconbridge 84 CO Alco Ind 8.00 Molsons A 18.00 Frnbex 24 Allan Sugar 4.75 Molsons B IB. 00 Firsl Marillmes Bell Tfl ".25 Norlh, Cent Glanl f.K. l.a Brnzll Trac 18.12'A Power Corp Bovis l.'n B.C.Tel 59.00 JJ5, Headway R.L. B.C. Forest 51 Lam Corp 15. m Hnllingnr B.C. Suqar 18.00 Hudson Bay M-S 20 '0 CAE Ind 3.75 5 m 22 Hydra Ex. .18 Cdn i.U'i Iron Bay 2 chemcell 4.20 Skirk A Sic, QuctCC V2? TJX.C. 32.50 CrM" Ml? Pn CW'N- G" 11lM C8n PP "SK ?I 3J4 lower review Rye: Oct. 1 lower Dec. '.i lower May lower 9514. High Low Close Flax Oct 227U Nov 228 WVt Dec 225% May 236 236 Rapcsccd Vancouver Sep 264 2SO 260 Nov 259V4 257 258ii Dec 25CU 255 U Mar 255'i 253 Vi 254 Itapcseed Thunder Bav Oct DEC 245 241 244 'j May 252'i 252VJ Oats Oct 64 Vz 64 64 Dec May 65 64 Vi Ilarlcy Oct '101 101 Dec lOO'b May lOO'.i 99% Oct 85% 85% Dec 89 '.j May 95% ?ind our IANSFIELD, Pa. (AP) te police and Civil Air Patrol irchcrs found four bodies in the wreckage of a nadian light plane missing ce Sept. 18 on a flight from Catharines, Ont., to Philadel-a. olice said the plane was ntified as the one which had n the object of an air and rund search since it WQS re-ted missing, but the four ies had not been positively ntified. hunter, Richard Hafer of rth Wales, discovered the rckage early today in a area on Armenia Moun-n, seven miles souhtwest of y, just inside Tioga County r the Bradford County line, fer reported the find to au-rities and a search party u'pped with four-wheel drive icles was sent to the scene, le passengers were reported lave been Rover White, 49, of ebec City, Jacques Cole, 45, a sctor of Blue Bonnets Race-y, Montreal; pilot Larry Hoi-ay of St. Catharines Franchise Opportunity Living Lighting, a rapidly expanding chain of specialty lamp, chandelier and shade centres, has another prime ocation available at the new Cenlre Village Mall in Lelli-bridge for qualified individuals. 12 Canadian stores now open Syitems and Buying power of a major chain. Complete training program Investment required Exception earning potential i "CLIP AND MAIL" Name futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Tuesday: Open High Llow Close Nov 32.70A 32.70A Mar Mr. Davis said Canadian businessmen frequently lean heavily en government in emergency situations amd this leads to an increase in the public sector of the economy. The restrictions on Canadian exports due to increased U.S. tariffs is an example of such an emergency losses up LONDON (Reuler) The world fleet lost 352 ships last year, the highest peacetime :clal for 50 years, Lloyds of Shipping reported Wednesday. of tlie ships lost were under tie Japanese flag. The total includes 140 ships which foundered and 63 which caught fire. Both Thi toh; Quet direc way, Iowa Raw arines. They were believed to have been en route to a horse auction at Liberty Bell track in Phila- d e 1 p h i a when their plane crashed. Their flight was last heard from Sept. J8 when the pilot checked with Elmira, N.Y., airport for weather information. Heavy damage Close 2.25N 2.60N 2.68N 3.05A Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Canadian Drcwcrics Ltd., year ended June 30: 1071, .12 cents a share; 1970, 41.B cents. Ilothmnns ol Pall Mall Can- ada Ltd., year ended June 30: 971, 43 cents a share; 1970, 76 cents Dividends By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS Lolilnw Companies I.M., Class 014 cents; class B cents, both payable Oct. 15, record Oct. 7. I.oblmv Groceterias Co. LW., 1.50 Oct. 15, record Oct. 7. Pesticides hearings booked CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Environment Conserva- tion Authority will hold hear- ings next year on the environ- mental impact of pesticides and herbicides. Paul Babey, vice-chairman of the authority, said the inves- tigation has been prompted by eeologists concerned that chccmial residues threaten to upset the balance of nature be- yond correction. Mr. told a feed indus- try conference the Geologists are also suggesting biological methods ot control to minimize use ol chemicals. Public hearings arc also planned lo consider the impact on the environment of resource development, pnrtteiilarly by tire coal, oil, gas nnd forest in- dustries, with emphasis on sur- face reclamation nnd water- shed protection, he said. Two a c c i d ents Saturday shortly before 7 p.m. resulted in damage and no in- juries. Damage totalling re-j suiting when cars driven by Joseph Horhozer of 1309 7th St. N. and Domenic Dagnone of 2017 14lh Avc. S. collided and struck a parked car owned by Rodney Draffin of 2703 21st Ave. S. near the intersection of 4th Ave. and 1.1th St. S. A rear end collision in the 700 block of Parkside Drive re- sulted in damage. The drivers of the three cars ur volved were Dean McMuIlui, 116 Dieppe Blvd., Robert J. rckete, Calgary and George K. Yipp of Cardston. (Supplied IK Richardson Securities ol Canada) il 50 Sears 92.43V; 30 Golds 17260 off 759 15.00 sfd Oil cl N.J. 69.75 10 Base Mel G0.10 olf 1.6B Texas Gulf 1KB7V] ,j w oils 237.6) oM .11 Texas Co 0. WlcRCS Corp 47.01) Volume JB.6WiNEW YORK AVERAGES fl2 62'3 Weslinnhouse Elec 9500 30 Indus! 88105 off .37 37.171. i, c 20 Rails 235.11 up .10 Amr T and T Anaconda Bclh Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont Gulf I Montgomery ward 32.75 20 Induct 167.93 1.25 Volume FRIGHTENING POSSIBILITY SWANSEA, Wales (AP) Giant squid with 175-foot-long tentacles may be lurking in the depths of Ihc world's seas, a retired British zoologist told a scientific meeting. Address City Phone LIVING LIGHTING LTD. Suite 300, 48 Yonge Street, Toronto 1, Ontario, Phane I 363-5166 or 363-5167, Mr. E. K. President. I PREMIER REMARRIES BORDEAUX, France (Ren- ter) French Premier Jacques Chaban Delmas, whrwc first wife died in n car accident last year, married a 42-year-old di- vorced woman in a secret cere- mony here. The premier's ol- fire gave no details of the cere- mony bcyoiral disclosing 1.1ml UK bride's name was Michelinc Chavclct. Chabnn Delmas, 56, became premier when Georges Pompidou took over Uie presi- dency from Charles de Gmillc in 1069. The Alberta Gas Trunk Line Company Limited Cliiss "A" Common Shares Recent Price Dividend ?I.oO Yield 3.13% We recommend the purchase of Llicflc Bhnrcs as n nnunil invrNlmcnt nnd believe Niihplnnlinl growlli enn be nnlieipnleil over Ihc next scvernl yciirs. Wr. nlfln HuggcM tlmt filmrr.linlilcrfl should cxerrifle thrlr riRlilH In piirrlnisn 1 nildilionnl dliurc nl for cuch 7 fllinrcs ThrHp, rights expire Oclolier n, 1971. TANNER BROS. LIMITED KT.VWIEN nousii CALUAKY2 Tlil.F.PHOW, ;