Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
April 11, 1170 THt UTWJMOCf UtUlD 23 Toronto Market Posts Big Loss TORONTO (CP) the Tamto Stock Exchaace vcn Biied k light mid-morn- log tndnig today. 1W Mtket podo) ki third brcvt daily lota of 1970 and Hs eichlk auoeeaBTC downward aessioB Tuesday. Met Way, bjdwtriab were o> 31 to IM.e. Wedern oih declined .67 to 16.31, goMs IJt IB 10.41 and base metab M to 114.0. LMaea onianmbered gtins 1M to MI with 111 ismea un- Volume by 11 a.m. i OMN ilans compared with Sll.Wt al the same time Tues- day. impaiil OD gained V. to the stock (dl Itt Tuesday after at 7K2S. The Associated Press ttatock avenfe adv- anrad 1 point to 27t i points. Canadian Porcupine me Dome wu IB a point Pacific V. W lieraatiooal Nickel DotiUen Seagrams wwf off Oa the Anerieaa Stock dnnge, Canadian 'JareSn tost V.. Bnecan Ud. Grain Prices MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by iOgharty, and McCualg) LAST BIO OK BALE a.m. Quota) a.m. WITMN OILS L ont Port Cam 4.M AWMCO la.mt Pac PHI v- South..... 4.10 ,nv 3-H I) l.H .73 7.05 M.M 14.3J 37.31 B-cBcapany wildcat, il'wells Dear its Atto- rn 'Point discovery well in the MactanJe Ritw delta. up JK Tuesday, roe 1V4 to The company de- rived a semt-aAual oonunoo- ftock dividend of p. DC phis in extra dividend of p.OO, both payable June 29. Hamilton was up 2 to SO. Tbe conpany will geek approval for a 5- tar-l stock split company mereaced Its dividend on present shares to 40 centi quarterly Irom 20 cents, 'Brinco slipped live cents to after reporting 1969 earn- ing] cf four cents a share com- pared with ui cents in 'j- PRICES MIXED MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mured BE' books and pa- pers advanced fractionally on a listless Montreal stock market today. Early trading was light and roost price changes were WINNIPEG (CP) trading continued light at the mid-ses- sion of me Winnipeg Grain Et- today with most eom- a drift to Cdn E( CM Cdn Grlwi Cdn HarmM M Gtt Oil Cdn Loig bland Signer Cm DM UK) Charter....... CMaflafl Dynwnlc Franch Paia Gl Plalna....... MIU city New Cert...... Nuruc....... Perira........ Pt'.rct........ Pimcte...... GM Ponsrr Ranger....... Scurry lUbl Spoonsr....... Triad........ Wed DKarto BrH Una1 Cranvt A Atco tnt 4.7! 7.N 1100 .n H Principal CM 5M 1I9I Prwldanl 7.33 Regard Furai Artlic AKu Btttl .'E-iiw.-i.. wsccujkiiioin Gt Oil S A SMI SkJH flanlar Wot Cdn S Pro. WhHamu Yuk CAUUUlY Acrear...i... Ana Pate Oil IIJM Kaattaa 7.W Narfti Cert IT) Plaint I.M Warner 7.4S Late Calmer JO 17 ot Madam 21 3.X Oubialla My, Midato -33 STOCKS Gaa Tr. A Ant KM AHLGM 2XM_______ Inland Nat. Cax t.OH Cratrbreck Central tfertk, Central I Car Metro Traaa.Cjn 1UM EnaMui Trm Cn PiM 3Ji .aLlTVi FtArftr Trim Cn Plaa A Ja.TJ Glairl Ml Tram Can Pip. I at Iran. Kay Ind. CrnrHi Ewttf 7.31 IKOTM 3.al in inHam U.M 11.n InvtDon Mil Jjl Vanhaura ul 4.11 Acorn. Mutual Clk T 4.M i-35 Mutual iKOirM 111 lUtwal Ui 7.U I.M a.c. U.K I.M l.H 1.53 Stanfield Continues Attack On Tax Reform Proposals EDMONTON (CP) Caaa- u" futUAL FWOI o B3Vlsii..v- 19.CM All CaiTV. 7.n An Ill I.M S iUI will iateraaae if the propos- aai eonlatMti k me vhttc paper aa taiatiom are by Ottawa, Robert SUafield toU Progressive fund- nicing dio.tr Tueiday The leader said eaatinued nbawaiitian rapidly creates vact new' capital re- qtipenieoU and the nation's pro- jected growth durax'tae next 10 years will' mean about win he needed to cover capital 'II ire grow as need to, Canada's oBpital requirenwcts this to in- loouil total laflatian, at the preaeat rate, waokl 'rote that total by about per' cent" He toU the persons at the dinner that in light at the capital re- qinremecta, be wUe paper's eral government ta rate man than UK a year Mr. tenson says they will and said u independent analysis by a 'ancouver firm indicated the nnual facrease could he as much as ''We are all ia favor of tax re- orm but very few Canadian are prepared to give t blank .Pi.' Ifil Slrt ftft Uk> Jouttl Kater Kin Kotli 4.U Con'MlHi Ln irmCgrp. Invntn iU VDKfcm M'mts Drfyfuj F U.4. ll.M MM IMdcoKl Ha 11.1) Frter.trt Fin. J.71 Wahm Elplvi I.I! Fetfenttd Oft 4.71 JBVtkJ 1.12 Imperial Oi gaind H to IHi in Igbt tiling. Petrofios Can- ada up Vi to while ID: terpnjvmcial Pipe Linse eased and Aqurtaine to 19Vi. Ncrinda was steady at 35V1. The federal governmest has retoed'fe Koraada .and 77 CO Broy.'an...... Drumolck 12.OH FkD Miritlna Giant Y. K.... i.73 Gortdrwn' II" 11.00 33.35 Labradcr Key Anacari XJ.IO 15.79 KM Malartfc G.F. ywartin Mayferun 55 rw Canada Casslar 3D.17M Quabec AAan. .31V central Pat. Rapock........1.7J ChTrrxi....... 3.25 H.7S ax lr.2S IS.7J. 17.00 Cm. RairiHar 33.03 Coin Lahi -7.IJ1A CKhnuw... n 50 Craigmcnt Dkkmon 4.50 Dtnhun Mlnal 4.ITO Deer Horn S.13W D'Eldona Minn 21.09 DmWa liJO Dbcwenr Mlm V.UV, Eau Ma'irlfc V.75 .East Sullivan l.rTVi Falconbridga Frobix New AThona Cahjmet New Impcrlll Noranda NorttniV OocmUu -I.OS Oshlo M Fall-o Pine Print--... 7.00 Placer Dev. P.C. Exr, MS 11.00 31.39 !31 4.01 iao 13.50 3025 .51. .3.30 3.11. 114.00 .34 .nv, Ml J52J 37.51 44.50 proposals NEED MONEY "We are chart of capital in aaada already. We. depend now upon faragn capital for more thaa we like. We must ask oursdves irnat our position would be under a tax structure that is designed to reduce the of Canadians to supply capital. Mr. Stanfield urged Canadi- cs to protest vigorously Fi- nance Minister Edgar Benson's proposals. .He luggesied there was drong eriitence the white paper praposali would allow the Lib- Lrvettock (Supplied by Canida Department' ef AgricuHure) On offer to U a.m. is cattle. Receipts about evenly di- vided betmen slaughter and replacement cattte. Trade ac- tive. Good and choice butcher steers meeting very good de- mand at firm prices with odd sales to 32.10. No botcher bri- ers sold early. Oowa ste'ady. Radlore....... -44 Rio Roman Corn. Mine 1.45 13.50 1.01 _5t ______ ,-54, ShWTitl 13.50 Sllnr-Millar _. 1.95 Stop.Rock 00 .10 Tek Carp. 10.75 Upgr Har.-'... 1.50 Willroy .WMfan JT -Zanmac Beef'F-utures WINNIPEG Trading wa slight in the Winnipeg bee futures market Tuesday with some bidding at Gve cents over the previous dose but mere were no sellers. Open High Low Close Moo Hay 31.50 31.57 31.50 31.57 31.50 Jly 30.59 30.55 X.50 30.55 30.30 Sep 29.90 29.90 Nov. 29.S029.SO eheqoe to my gweituueiit." The Progressive Conservative leader's wms the latest in a series of attacks on the while paper which he began in Victo- ria in January. Today, after he attended setrinar taxatioa at the Uni- versity of Alberta, be was to fly back to Ontario. LIVESTOCK Good heavy feeder steers (over 100 UK.) 31.50 to 33; me- dium 29 to Good light stack sUen to 750 Ic.) M to K.30. Good feeder heifers 31-33. Richer hogs sold Tuesday SOQ (eeer cattk meeting keen de- mand at strong pices. Choice steers 31.50 to 32; good 31 to 31.50; medium a to 30.50. Good cows H.7S in Hum 23.50 to 23.50; and cutlers U to 22. Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Price to 11 a.m. today supplied by the Alberta Hog Producers Market ing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 21.50. Sell- ing 58.50. Tuesday average 28.56. Red Deer: Quoted 28.50. Sell- ing- 2J.50. Tuesday average 28.77. Calgary: Quoted 28.60. Sell ing 28.60. Tuesday average 29.03. Lethbridge: No s a 1 e s. Tues- day average 23.81. LkrydmiiEter: No sales on Tuesday average 27.96. Total bogs sold to 11 a.m. 215. Sows at all points, 23.40. Total hogs sold Tuesday Av- erage 28.S4. (MO tor export piKe converted 23. 33 Uveweight. SOTS dressed weight 23.25. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m.: about bead, mostly slaughter stwrs and heifers. Trade was moderately active. Slaughter steers steady. Heifers wen steady with sales In 31.10. Cows sold 25 to SO cents higher. Bulb were steady. Choice steers 31.25 to 31.80, good 30 to 31, medium 28.75 to 29.75; choice heifers 30 la 30JO, good 28.75 to 29.75, mediun 27.Z5 to 28.50; good COWS 2S.75 to 23.93, medium 21.50 to 22.50, canners and cutters 19.75 U 21.25; good bulls 27 U> 28.50. There were Insufficient re- pbcemeet cattle on offer to Haet the demand. Prices were steady. Good feeder steers over 750 pounds 31 to 34, a few light weights to 35.20; good feeder heifers 29 to 33 defending on weight. There were insufficien stock or slaughter calves on of fer to establish a market. Hogs f.o.b. Calgary to 11 a.m. base price 28.60. Lambs sold steady .Tuesday good heavy iambs 29.25. Accept Bonds Orders OTTAWA (CP) ftiintnt vill accept orders or worth of Dew 'li-per-cent boodc and ;i of sereisper. bonds in its offering to nvestors this week, it vras an- nounced today. Tbe offerioft va; made lay but the decision as to rtuch of which issue n-ould be sold was left open until after iubscriplioo orders were re- ceived. The total of the new issue is (o refinance is- sues coming due April 30. ID addition, as previously an- nounced, of new seven-per-cenl hoods will be is- sued in exchange for bonds coming due this Sept. 1. Financial market said 'lot new bond issues sold easily, and some irere immedi- ately resold at a premium. Egg, Poultry Market Report EDMONTON (CP) Week- ly egg and poultry report is- sued by the AiberU depart- ment of agriculture: Eggs To producers A large 33; A medium 13; A smsll 18; B 19; C 12; Cracks 13. To retailers A large.42 to 43; A medium 37 to 38; A small 31 to 32; B 33 lo M; C 30 to 32; Cracks 30 to 32. To con- sumers (in A'large 44 to 50: A medium 39 la 43; A small S3 to 41. Poultry To producers Live No. 1 21. Fowl under 4, 6-7, turkey, under 12, 27; 12 to 18, over 18, 2fi; live No. 2 17H. Tnrkey, under 12, 24; 12 to 18, 2514; over 18, 24. .ID 3.9f MO .M lot 'i.TQ' l-rs Mi. -.15- NEW 279 274 287 242 234 XV, 240H Bltt H01IDAT ttOUSCBOATTNO FUN HOl'DAT HOUSHOATINC IDEA rfOUOAY HOUSCUATING Eun .for'ihe whole family, mom, dad, and kids, a hoi'teboat on biioutlfulKoorcrKiy Lqkt in interior of Britiih Columbia. HOUDAY HOUSEBOATS NOV ju Data May Jry Oct v Dec Barky May lOT'A Jly Oct -l- Dec Rye Hay 103% Jly Oct Dec 107 107 101 IWi 241 74H 74V4' 74'i 75 107 106 102 IMVi 1051.. 105 NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson Secoribles of Canada Amer. T. and T. BOO standard oil N.J. MM 10 i Mini lil.n up S Juurind. Co.......UJTVbliW OIU 1B.14 Off .74 Woolworth......34.00 Volume 175400. Ccne.il Mdcn Tl I7V, wmingholaK El- NEW VOKK AViaAMI Gu'l..........H.50 U.S. Steel 9.DV, 30 Indurt 7M.31 lap lot Int. Harwsrir H.jo TORONTO AVaRAWJ Kntfl. tOppCr 52-U IBHTT JT U1IIS UP AnmtcsrnirrWard 51.IIU Induat 1B.7J up .H u Sean U.35 170.01 1.34 Votuma Sosfe. Bill Lowers T Legal Majority Men's Permanent Press RUtiCED WEARING UTTUE Oft NO IRONRKS FABRIC TUNNEL LOOPS SIZES 30-44 Net Earnings By Tbe CRBaeUaa Pros Weiter Nitaril Gil Co. year ended Dec. 31: im, share; ISO, UtHWei LI i., year- ended Dec. 31: 1969, a .bare; 1966, REGINA (CP) Young peo- ple would be able to clink her uor legally, marry without par- ental coijuent and sign contracts in their own name, all at UK age of 19, uader I bill given ap- proval in Tuesday night in ttfe kgulahn. The measure, lowering the age of legal majority in Saskat- chewan from 21, drew a few dis- senting by High- ways Minister Dave BokH. It still must get third reading be- fore coming mto effect. Attorney-General D. V. Heald, ?2.40 P.Ms.iR, ti.n. Hlr i tTortf LU., fix months enifcd Feb. 1970, a iban: 1M, fl.36 ..riiwi Neat ladntries year ended Dn. 31: 1969, Ion: 1963, WANTED IMMEMAHLY! LCNS tSTABlKrlCn M crrr or UTHMIOOI RequirM MOMLE HOME SALESMAN Qfld anTDnananCaVt fJfMtl fo M coNnoewc TO BOX 73, HERALD New Oomplex At Montreal MO.VTHEAf, Plain were announced here for the coprfincUon of a five-btiiWjng office, hotel and shopping com- plex in downtown Montreal at an estimated cost of 000 (o private enterprise and the federal ud Quebec gorem- mcnls. Alfred Rodem, president of Corporation Inimwinere PUcc Desjinfiro, satd UK Mjuare-focit cmnplex, to be known aa Place wui bouse Ur. uikta u u-i Desjantiro Co-operative Group md offices of (he federal and provincial gorerEioeoU. The cnnpiex win be in an area bounded by M, Cilhr Street West, Jeanne Mance Street, Dorchester Boulevard and SI. Urbain street. direct- ly south of Ihe riate des Arts Construction ia npected to require from U J riio urijuJuml fire two weeta ago, called the more a mlestone in aoi Be aaid yoaog people. more aware of social and political realties man in the past. VIr. BoUt broke govermDent ranto and criticized tbe apedfic parti of'ths MO knrer by two years the age for legal dnnking of nauor. OPPOSED BY MENNONTTES He .said memben of his Men- noorte coopegatioo are deter- minedly against the change that would "make a certain proce- dure legal that has in fart in practice since I waa li yean The 55-year-old cabinet mims- ter, a t voice rote, waa the '7 dissenter on the govem- Two memben of the New Democratic Party oppooi- tkn also voted apint the bill. E. 1. Wood and R. H. WnB DOID MM tflBLC COQJU DO DMlC traffic tt Iht legal aga for dnDkiAg WM The age tor voting to local and prorind.! etectjom in' Sat- Lefislation cUatfyatig 'lf- nar-oUs u RtfaKf came mta erJect today ta Cdtm- bia. and MISSES' CVKUNO A HIT FORT MeMURRAY Carling b Ihe moat popotar rec- lutiuu fat this tmrD, a study by the Alberta department of yooU (howl. Of the (own1! per- son, 31 r-r cent participate Jo curling while B per cent pby basketball, Dttfltt the lown't close proximity to' exccDent bundng and listung oaly 9 oer cent take part tbaac ANTIQUE VINYL JACKETS Men's Permanent Press SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVES BLENDS SOLID SHADES-MEDIUM OR DARK TONES STRIPES SIZES: 14ft-17 BUTTONS SOU RESISTANT 4 COLORS SIZESi REG. 99 REGULAR 3.99 EACH MISSES PARTY SHOES Shiny Mode Patent Party 10 to 3, in Mi It. I. Opm Ttara.hr and Mafe? Htl t f.m.