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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 19, 1174 TUB LEinvniuuc HERALD 17 Lower TSE price trend continues TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were sharply lower in light midmorning trading today. The industrial index, widely-based indicator of market trend, was off 1.02 to 206.43, golds .31 to 514.21, base metals .34 to 95.33 and western oils 1.32 to 242.03. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares, down from at the same time Thursday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 167 to 78 with 178 issues unchanged. Huron and Erie fell to Royal Trust Vt to Trizec to Dofasco to and L'-'.erprovincial Pipe to Upper Canada Resources lost 20 cents to Brunswick 20 cents to and Teck Corp. A 15 cents to Numac was off to and Republic Resources 10 cents to 80 cents. Nowsco Well rose to Moore to Headway Corp. 25 cents to and PanCana Industries five cents to Gibraltar Mines added to Dickenson to and Mindamar 5 cents to Quasar Petroleum rose 15 cents to Voyager Vs to and Total Pete to Market trends MONTREAL iCl'i All sectors moved lower in light trading on the Montreal Slock ICxchange today. Volume al 11 a.m. was 250.400 shares, compared with 348.000 shares al Ihe same lime Thursday. The industrial index fell 1.04 to 'iy.l the composite .88 to 216.06. .54 to banks .51 lo 269.72 and utilities .49 lo 138.51. CAK Industries tell lo National Trust I1.-, to SIB and Alcan Aluminum 'i lo i while Bank i 'anadian National rose i lo z and Total petroleum 'K. lo S8-V A in IP UK specula live issues. Consolidalcd Imperial Minerals rose i pin- cenl 10 20 cents on a volume of I'l.OOO shares traded. VANCOUVKH iCPi Prices are mixed today in light trading on the Vancouver Slock Kxchange. First-hour volume was HO.iUO shares. Mosl active industrial issue was Key Industries, up a cenl al .12 on a volume 500 shares. Consolidated Fortune Channel was Ihc most active mine, up .05 al .45 on a volume ol 15.51X1 shares. Leading oil trader was Vargas Mines, down .01 jal .14 on a volume ol IIIKI shares. On Thursday prices were mixed in light trading. Volume was 1.809.477 Chares. In ihc .lolly .lumper was down 15 al SI on 15.300 shares. Bell C.inada was unchanged al S42.25 on shares. .Newmark Resources was down 03 al SI.30 on B.tiOO shares. F.DI' Industries was unchanged al .17 mi 5.HOD shares. Key Indusiries was 01 al .11 and Thennoplex was down .04 al 51. In ihe mines. .N'orlhair was down .25 il S2.7.1on 148.300 shares. Consolidated HcauNionl was up .07 al .38 on 112.060 -hai'rs. Cunsolidalod Fortune Channel was unchanged al .40 on shares. Silver Standard was down .04 al nn 411.050 shares. Coralla Hesources Winnipeg grain WINMI'KC iCI'i Rye prices iivanci-d ;a ninJ-sc'ssion on the ('uniiiioility Kxi'hange loday. ri'sinu ;m fiirlier ireml. but no lu.tl siik-.s wt'iv ix'fordL'd. ill Ihi1 Vancouver position >pliiyi'il ii similar pattern, advancing much ;is six cents in ihc nearby onih without recording anv Livestock Calgary CAI.IiAHV (Cl'i Monday's rcccints in II a.m. Mondav I rum the Calgary public stockards totalled alHiui head, praciically all slccrs trading stronp and iic live Slaughter sled's sold SI.75 higher. There were no slaughter heifers on iillcr Slecr and hcilcr prices included heel quality premiums Cows were mostly in the lower grades with all grades selling steady. Steel's Al. A2 51.90-52.30. Cows D4 There were msullicient good replacement on oiler to establish Hogs average base price lo 11 a.m. ill- Ciilgai-y was Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dividends are quarterly unless otherwise noted. Baton Broadcasting Inc., .5 cents, semi-annual. May 1. record April 15. Becker Milk Co. Ltd.. class B pfd.. 7'2 cents, semi-annual. May 1. record April 15. McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd.. 7'j cents. April 15. record March 29. Scco-Cemp Lid., 7'i-per-cent first pfd series A. .18 cents. April 15. record March 29. Trans Canada Glass Ltd., 7'z cents, April 15. record March 29. Dollar MONTHKAL tCPi U.S. dollar in terms "I Canadian funds at noon today was dim-n 17-100 at 9700. Pound siorlinj; was down S2.29 31-100. In New York, the Canadian dollar was up !l-5flal SI.03 9-10. Pound sterling was up at 2-5. A NEW MANY- PURPOSED TOOL, CALLED THE VATOff" IS MOW BEING INTRO- C3UCEO TO DO A WIDE VARIETY OF JOBS, SUCH AS WIRE-. BRUSH, SAND, SCRAPE, EDGE LAWNS, CULTIVATE AND PULVERIZE SOILS BV ATTACHMENTS... ...Atffi water HHftL Thunder Hay rapcseed also lailed to attract any buyer interest and prices u'erc mostly unchanged, while flax was a bit higher in a small trade. Volume ill trade Thursday was 59.000 Imshels dl I'lax. 1.741.000 ol rye and nl rapesced. Miti-ses.siun prices: Klax. May 5 higher 9.49; July i higher Oct. I higher 8.13: Nov. unchanged 7.70. Hapesccd Vancouver: June 6 higher (i IHIi; Sept. -I'l higher 5.95B: Nov. 2 higher Jan 3 higher 5.49B. Thunder Bay: May unchanged 5.92B: July unchanged "i.77H. Ocl 3 higher 5.78B: Nov. unchanged 5.73A: Dec. not open. Hye May 7'i higher 2.66'iB: July T' L-ingher 2.57B: Ocl. 8'2 higher 2.50A: Dec 7 higher 2.45B. Earnings B} THE CANADIAN PRESS Lake Ontario Cement Ltd., three monlhs ended March 31: 1974. loss: 1973. loss. Monarch Wear Lid., 13 weeks ended Feb. 2: 1974. loss. 2 cents a share: no comparable figures. Wosk's Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973. S544.000. cents a share: 1972. 54 cents. Beaver Engineering Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973. 78 cents a share: 1972. 58 cents. General Dynamics Corp, year ended Dec. 31: 1973. a share: 1972. S26.042.000. Hiram Walkcr-Gooderham and Worts Ltd., six monlhs ended Feb. 28: 1974. in U.S. funds a share: 1973. MTS International Services Inc., six months ended Jan. 26: 1974. 4.9 cents a share: 1973. 2.1 cents. Northwestern Utilities Lid., year ended Dec. 31: 1973. million; 1972. million. Peoples Jewellers Ltd., year ended .Ian. 31: 1974. S2.456.423. 81 cents a share: 1973. S2.150.129. 71 cents. Weslcoast Petroleum Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973. cents a share: 1972. 81 cents. Babcock and Wilcox Canada Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973. 1972. Coseka Resources Ltd., six months ended Jan. 31: 1974. 1973. Hunter Douglas N. V.. Year ended Dec. in U.S. funds. a share: 1972. Overton Western Ltd., 3 cents; first pfd.. 15 cents: second pfd.. 3 cents: all payable April 30. record April 15. Steinberg's Ltd., class A. 15 cents June 3. record May 10: 5'i-per-cent pfd. scries A. May 15. record April 24. People's Jewellers Ltd., .5 cents: class A. 5 cents: both payable May 15. record April 30: 6-per-cent pfd.. semi-annual. June 2ft, record June 15. Currencies MONTREAL iCTi Monday's mid- rlay foreign exchange selling rates supplied by the Bank'of Montreal: Australia dollar 1.45.75 Bermuda dollar 1.02 China rcnminbi .4970 Denmark kroner .1620 Krancc franc .2055 Germany mark .3840 Italy lira .001555 Japan yen .003540 Mexico peso .0800 Spain peseta .0168 Sweden kroner .2220 Switzerland franc .3205 .United States dollar .9740 United Kingdom pound 2.32 U.S.S.H. ruble 1.2523 Quotations in Canadian funds. The Hcrald- Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Dougherty Limited was down al and Colt Hi-sources was down .01 al .74. On the oils board. Pavetle River was down. .01 al .32 on '32.000 shares. Canadian Hydro gas was up .10 at on shares. Seneca Development was up .03 al SI.54 on 17.800 shares. Vargas Mines was up one-hall cenl al on 11.000 shares.'Giant Keel was unchanged al .31 and Davenporl was down .02 ill .76. NKW YORK i APi Slock markel prices improved a bil today, but activity remained leeble. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 1.72 al 846.53. and advances nosed out declines by about seven lo six on Ihe Mew York Slock Ex- change A. T. and T. was the NYSE's mosl active stock, down at On the American Slock Exchange, Ihe market-value index was down 0.14 in H7. Oilier NYSIi issues included Citicorp., up '2 at IHM gained :1 lo S232'z; Digilal cguipnu'iil was up lo and IVlanml climbed lo Xerox added l'i lo Sllil'i and I'pjcihn climbed I1.-, lo 677i.. The Am ox volume leader was Symcx. up 1 al NYSK's noon composile index was up 0 (IH al 4SJ.17. Aiming Canadians on Ihe New York exchange. Domes Mines slipped lo Seagrams to S41-V Hudson Kay to Mclntyre lo Mean '.s Canadian Pacific mSlti. and Hiram Walker >t, lo J47'i. Inlcrnalional Nickel was up i lo On Ihe American exchange. losi lo and Brascan In S17'2. Nurlh Canadian Oils gained 516 lo .Nuniac Oil and Gas '2 lo Itangcr 'a lo Rio Algom :'n lo ami Palo lo Sir.. WESTERN OILS AND MINES Afton Mines 7.50 Albany Oil .52 Alta East Gas 7.00 6.62VJ ,Asamera Ashland Oil 10.25 BP Canada 14.50 Brenda Mines 6.50 Cda Southern 4.15 Cdn Export Gas 3.20 Cdn Homestead 5.75 Cdn Ind Gas 8.50 Can Long Island .18 Cdn Superior 56.00 Cnieftan Dev. 9.00 Dome Pete 36.25 Dynasty 10.00 Fort Reliance .24 Giant Mascbl 1.70 Gibraltar Mines 9.75 Granisle 9.75 Grt Plains 29.00 Grt Cdn Oil Sands Lochiel Explor 2.30 Lytton Minerals 1.32 Noble Mines .79 North Cdn Oil 5.00 Numac Oil 16.00 PanCbn Pete 12.50 Pan Ocean 12.50 Pelrol 1.85 Pinnacle .36 Place Gas .37 Ponder .55 Ranger Oil Scurry Rain 26.62V-. Seibens Spooner Tolal Pele Ulster Pete 1.35 United Canso 19.75 West Pete 5.62V, West Decalta 6.75 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd 9.87''z Aquitaine BC Sugar C Pfd 12.50 Block Bros 3.60 Cdn Pac Inv A Ptd 32.00 Carl O'Keefe A Pfd 22.00 Carl O'Keefe B Pfd Commerce Capital 3.25 Crest Forest 8.00 Crowsnest Indus 27.00 Falcon Copper 11.87V4 F Merchant Trust Co. 5.25 Genstar 19.00 Home Oil A 48.00 Home Oil B 45.75 Hudson Bay CO 17.87V; Hud Bay Oil 41.50 Hud Bay Oil A Pfd 50.00 Hugh Russ C 73.00 Husky Oil Husky Oil B Pfd 36.50 Husky Oil D War 5.00 Husky Oil E War 8.50 Interprov Pipe War Interprov S P 15.75 Kaiser Res 3.70 Kaiser Res War i .70 Loblaw Co 2.40 C Pfd 25.57V? Maganasonics 3.00 Pacific Pete 27.25 Pac West Airlines 8.25 Pe-Ben Oilfield Ser Rainier Inc Royal Trust Sandweil Teledyne Trimac West Cdn Seed West Minerals Weston A Pfd White Yukon tj.75 3.75 25.75 6.50 4.30 6.75 3.80 1.28 8.75 PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pfd 63.50 Alia Nal Gas 18.50 Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Pfd 64.00 Inland Nat Gas N C Gas N C Gas B Pfd 21.50 Pac Gas Trans 10.50 Pipe Tr-Cda Pipe A Pfd 58.50 Tr-Cda Pipe B Ptd 36.75 Tr-Cda Pipe War 4.75 West Tr 22.00 West Tr War 3.15 CALGARY Acroll .47 Barons Oil .09 N. Continental .0'2 Western Warner .39 VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explorations .34 Bathurst Norsemines Dankoe 2.70 Davenport .78 Dolly varden .35 Equitorial Res. .14 Lornex 7.85 Northair Mines 2.75 Primer .07 Pyramid .12 Silver Standard 2.37 INDUSTRIALS Columbia Brewing 2.70 Key Industries .12 Wardair 1 80 OILS August Petroleum .44 Plains Pete. .20 Ponderay Explorations .95 Stampede Int'l. Res .76 MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Venlures 3.28 4.65 Amer Growlh Fund 4.46 4.90 A.G.F. Special 2.32 Cdn. Invesl. Fund 4.77 5.23 Collective Mutual 4.91 5.39 Comnwlth inter. 13.40 Comnwlth Leverage 3.17 Comnwlth Venture 5.78 Corp. Investors 6.02 6.62 Corp Invest Stk Fund 4.57 5.02 Grp Income Shares 2.91 3.20 Growth Equity 6.90 7.58 Invest Growth Fund 11.24 12.70 Investors Mutual 5.56 6.08 Mutual Accum 5.88 6.47 Mutual Growth Fund 2.99 3.29 Nat. Resources 4.63 5.03 N.W; Cdn. 5.23 5.75 N.W. Growth 4.47 4.91 Principal Growth 4.20 4.61 Royfund 6.57 6.85 Templeton Growth 7.48 8.19 United Accum 4.36 4.79 Universal Savings 7.76 8.54 Toronto industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaitcho Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Bovis Brunswick Can. NW Land Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chimo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickenscn Mines Denison Mines D'Eldona Dome Mines Discovery Mines East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Maritimes Giant Y.K. Granduc Hojlinger Hudson Bay Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Iso Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyre Meta Midrim Intern Mogul Nu West Homes New Athona New Calumet Noranda Northgate Norlex Pine Point Placer Dev. Pax Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherritt Gordon Steep Rock Sunningdale Corp. A Texmont Western Mines WH Copper Mines Wright Hargreaves Willroy Windfall Yellowknife Bear Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Abitibi Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Jannock Agra Ind Bell Tel Brascan A BC Tel. Forest Sugar A Valley Ind Ind O'Keefe Cellulose Power Credit Gas Pfd Ind Marconi Vickers Bathurst Gas Seagrams Bridge Textile Stores Pete Mobile Cdn Oil Motors Lakes Paper Oil Sid Walker Erie Oil Nickel Pipe Grp A Infl Accpet Douglas A .23 A 10.50 Ferg Bloed Corp 45.62 A B Cent Corp Co CDA Sears Canada A Grp A Mtn Pipe Can Pipe Carbide Gas Oil Siscoe Mtg 11. 87 A Cdn Seed 24.87 Elec Imperial Scotia Dorn 19.00 21.00 25.75 13.50 9.25 3.25 5.50 6.37 22.50 2.30 9.75 18.75 3.35 17.00 17.00 15.50 28.62% 25.75 15.75 40.00 42.50 24.00 13.75 36.25 30.12 V, 5.75 9.12V4 47.87% 23.75 34.00 16.00 5.87% 46.12% 24.12% 38.62% 29.87% 18.00 15.62% 16.75 4.10 5.25 9.62% 3.75 6.12% 13.00 17.37% 29.50 47.37% 20.50 20.50 7.50 10.50 14.75 6.87% 13.62% 17.62% 8.00 11.75 30.37VJ 12.50 46.00. 13.25 14.25 31.62% 17.75 9.00 12.87% 8.62% 7.12% 21.12% 23.00 22.50 3.80 3.10 .28.37% 18.75 34.50 35.75 37.75 New York (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr. T 4 T 47.75 Woolworth 17.50 Anaconda Westinghouse Elec 18.75 Beth Steel 32.75 U.S. Steel 43.37% Chrysler 17.50 Gen Tel Elec 24.00 Comsat 33.37 V, TORONTO AVERAGES Dupont 170.25 20 Industrials 205.97 down 1.28 General Motors 49.62vs 20 Golds 515.01 up .49 Gull 21.87% 10 Base Metals 95.19 down .48 Int Harvester 26.50 15 Western Oils 242.0? down 1.26 Kenn Copper 40.37Vj Volume Montgomery WarO 23.50 NEW YORK AVERAGES Sears 81.50 20 Industrials 845.27 up .46 Exxon 78.62Vj 20 Rails 181.52 up .30 Texas Gulf 26.25 15 Utilities 87.10 down .25 Texas Co 27.00 65 Stocks 264.94 up .08 Wix Corporation 13.75 Volume First gold brick Paul Penna, president of Agnico-Eagle Gold Mines, holds first gold brick poured at the mine in northwestern Quebec. Getting the mine going was an eight-year struggle for Penna who purchased the property in 1966. and spent millions bringing it into production. GoVt business proposals given lukewarm response RIYADH (CP) Trade Minister Alastair Gillespie received only lukewarm responses from Saudi Arabian officials Sunday to two .of his pet business proposals. Anwar Ali, who manages the rich Saudi oil revenues as governor of the central monetary agency, was cool to the Canadian official's proposals to use Saudi cash and Canadian technology to build heavy-water plants in countries such as Mexico. Kamal Sindi. general man- ager of Saudia Airlines, seemed equally unreceptive to Gillespie's offer to sell DHC-7 short take-off and landing (STOL) aircraft, now in the prototype stage at de Havilland aircraft of Toronto under heavy federal government subsidy. The meetings were among a series Gillespie held Sunday in Jeddah. the Saudi diplomatic capital on the Red Sea and first stop of the minister's 'Mary' image transforms bank MONTREAL banking makes you think of you could be one of thousands whose traditional brick and mortar image of banks has been transformed by a sincere girl-next-door teller with a stunning smile. Since the Royal Bank of Canada invented her five years ago as a stop-gap advertising and promotion concept, Mary has evolved into what a magazine called Canada's most identifiable advertising personality. And an advertising man says, "She has transformed the image of the Royal from that of an old Victorian uncle glaring at you as you save your pennies, into a sympathetic, welcoming, modern sort of place." "Mary" was introduced in June, 1968, after three months of frustrated searching for a new advertising concept and only four days before a radio commercial deadline. She was a response to the challenge presented by changes in the 1967 Bank Act, which put the chartered banks more solidly into the consumer field. One of Royal Bank's advertising agencies had come up with radio dialogue situations in which a female teller chatted with some male customers against a background of rock music. The bank liked the basic idea but suggested that the men be eliminated and the teller given a name. Thus Mary, or more exactly, "Mary was born. She proved to be such a hit that the Royal Bank decided to use her in newspaper and magazine advertising. But there was a problem: Mary's radio voice had been that of CBC actress Peggy Mahon, whom the bank thought was too sophisticated in appearance to be a convincing girl-next-door. A more visual Mary was found in the person of Marjorie Pauch, a 19-year-old Montreal model who looked the. part and continued the success story. But further problems cropped up when Mary was introduced to television in 1970. Marjorie Pauch played the screen role, but Peggy Mahon's voice proved to be more suitable and was dubbed over. As Mary's popularity grew, the bank received a mounting number or requests for personal appearanced and it became obvious that a new Mary one combining the right appearance. with the right voice had to be found. Hundreds of girls were considered and video tape auditions of 36 possible Marys were screened before the perfect girl was found in Kathleen Flaherty, a young actress living in Toronto. Like the bank teller that she plays, Kathleen started her career with Royal Bank by completing the three-month training course that every teller takes. Then she w'as ready to begin the cross- country tours she has been making ever since, appearing at bank branches.trade shows, parades and conferences. tour of Middle East countries which continues later this week in Iraq and Iran. Gillespie arrived later Sunday in Riyadh, the Saudi administrative capital, and was invited to meet King Faisal on Tuesday. Gillespie pressed the heavy- water idea on grounds that it can be made as a byproduct in refining ammonia from the immense Saudi natural gas fields. Used in Canadian Candu nu- clear reactors, its distribution in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere would be an incentive to pro- to buy the Candu. But the Saudi bank governor, noting he was expressing only a personal reaction, said application of the suggestion would be at least eight or 10 years away. Gillespie urged sales of STOL even though de Havilland is not represented among the 17 businessmen on the trade mission Gillespie heads. Ottawa has already com- mitted about million to de- velopment of the plane and its turbine-propelled engine. It has also taken an option to buy de Havilland outright, with up to million in government revenues. That option expires June 28, with no significant foreign sales of the plane in sight. Gillespie said the cabinet has not decided whether to make the purchase. FAVOR JETS, ROADS However, Sindi said his air- line decided long ago to buy only pure-jet planes. The country was building roads from small towns to major airports to avoid the short-hop routes STOL is designed for. Mohamed Fadil Aabbani, head of the mineral resources directorate, softened the Saudi reception to both Gillespie proposals, saying he, would consider both the STOL and heavywater production from natural gas. Despite the apparent coolness to both proposals, the Saudis generally welcomed Gillespie's campaign for greater Canadian exports of goods and services to Saudi Arabia and for joint Canadian investment in domestic Saudi industrial projects. Face big oil losses TOKYO (Reuter) The oil industry in Japan faces losses of about million a day due to a government freeze on the price of oil products says William Richardson, president of the Mobil Sekiyu Co. He told a news conference that the brunt of the losses was falling on independent Japanese oil companies which would go bankrupt unless there was a change in the price structure. "The credit system of the country is picking up the slack at the moment, but the day of reckoning is he said. The Petroleum Federation of Japan has said deficits of Japanese oil companies for the six months up to March 31 will total about billion if the present price structure continues. Richardson said Mobil Sekiyu. the Japanese distributing subsidiary of the Mobil.Oil Co., was itself losing "something under one million dollars a day." He said the price of a barrel of Arabian light oil has risen from around in mid- October to about since Jan. 1. But prices of refined products were still at the level. A senior Japanese trade official told a separate news briefing today that several international oil companies had warned the trade ministry that -they might be forced to reduce crude oil supplies to their Japanese affiliates because of growing deficits. Priority on energy stressed WASHINGTON (AP) Russell Train, head of the Environmental Protection Administration, said Sunday he fears the United States "is going to go back to its wasteful ways" of consuming energy now that the Arab oil embargo has ended. "I think that we're very complacent about this, not really recognizing that we're in for a long-term energy problem in this he said. "We've got to make up our minds that we better start giving the highest possible priority to reducing the use of energy." Train, appearing on the CBS TV interview program Face the Nation, said a switch to smaller cars is "probably the largest single energy savings that we could make." He noted the market already is pushing auto- makers "very strongly in this but warned that any letup might call either for government regulation or a tax on engine size. Train's remarks came when asked whether such energy- related steps as relaxing prohibitions on coal strip- mining and encouraging conversion of power plants to coal from oil hasn't imperilled his agency's efforts to guard both Mother Nature and the public health. He replied that such meas- ures "do involve adverse envi- ronmental effects, no question about it. It's a matter of mak- ing the tradeoffs." MASSEY MOVES PLANT DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Massey-Ferguson Inc., has announced plans to move its four-wheel-driver tractor assembly operation from Detroit to its plant in Des Moines. Production at the Des Moines plant will begin in November with output of about tractors a year. Out of respect for the late ALLAN G. WILLIAMS Wylies Tartan and Needlecraft Shop will be closed Tuesday, April 16th, 1974 FOR SALE! 14 Recorded Purebred 2 Limousin All are 2, and 3 years old. Phone 327-2568 after 6 p.m. nnn LIFE INSURANCE VUlVUU (InNWAfMMit) (M-Vwr II pay y0u to somftn Nib wtth my oMw Mrm plwi. MONTHLY (P.A.C. MOT) I10.M M-M.M KEN BELSHER OCCIDENTAL LIFE Of wMlfOCflM 4MA HOLIDAY VILLAGE 311-0144; ftw. MO-OOM ;