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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIDQE The Herald- Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Dougherty Limited WESTERN 6.50 AND 4 20 6 75 Albany Cdn Seed 3 80 Alta East Mm 1.28 A Pfd 55.00 Yukon 8 50 Ashland STOCKS BP Gas Trk A 1225 Brenda Gas Trk Pld 63 25 Cda Nat Gas 18.50 Cdn Ex Metro 5.87 Vi Cdn Nat Gas 1025 Cdn Ind Gas and C Gas 11.12V4 Cdn Long and C B Pfd 21.25 Cdn Trans 1050 Cda Pipe 31 00 Dome A Pfd 57 25 B PM 35.00 Fort Pipe War 4.40 Giant Trans Gibraltar Trans War 3.20 Gramsle Gt Afmtl AR Gt Cdn OH S Lochiel Ex Lytton Mm Noble Mines North Cdn 225 1 41 .70 4D Barons Oils .09 N Continental .02 Western Warner .30 VANCOUVER Numac Oil Pancdn Pete Pan Ocean 1250 1 Atlas Explorations 32 Bathurst Norsemmes 1 37 Dankoe 2 70 rcll Ul Pinnacle Place DO 35 .73 Dolly Varden .36 Hes. .15 Ranger Oil 37.00 8 00 Northair Mines 2 66 Primer 05 Spooner Total Pete Ulster Pete United Canso West Pete West 875 1 35 1950 4.95 11 Silver Standard 2 42 Valley Copper 7 50 INDUSTRIALS Columbia Brewing 2.75 Key Industries 10 1 80 Petroleum .32 Acres Pete Explorations .95 BC Sugar C Int'l. Res. .75 Block FUNDS Cdn Pac Inv A Cdn. Compound 614 667 Carlmg O'Keefe A Cdn Dividend 6 44 7 00 Carlmg O'Keefe B Cdn Ventures 3 28 3 57 Com Cap Growth Fund 451 496 Crestbrook G F Special 2.35 Crowsnest Invest Fund 4.71 5 17 Falcon Mutual 4.91 5 39 F and M Inter. 13.46 Leverage 316 Home Venture 5 82 Home Investors 5 79 6 56 Hud Bay Invest Stk Fd 4.61 5.07 Hud Bay Fund U.S. 10.42 1142 Hud Bay A Pacific 4.42 4 83 Hugh Russell C Income Shares 291 320 Husky Equity 6 83 7 51 Husky Oil B Growth Fund 1169 1277 Husky Oil D Mutual 599 612 Husky Oil E Accum 5 87 6 45 Interprov Pipe Growth Fund 3.03 333 Interprov Steel 5 87 Resources 4.60 5.05 Kaiser W Growth 4.54 4 99 Kaiser Res Growth 419 4.60 Loblaw Co C Mutual 721 7 88 6 52 6.79 Pacific Growth 7 62 8.35 Pac West Accum 4.35 4.78 Pe-Ben Oilfield Savings 7 79 8.57 Rainier 5.61 617 Royal 5 87 6 43 Toronto industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Advocate Asb Akailcho 12 2.20 1 Forest BC Sugar A Bow Valley Ind Bethlehem 1 Ind Carlmg O'Keefe Brunswick Can NW Land Canada Tung. Cassiar Central 7 12V4 350 8.75 Can Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Pfd Ind Marconi Cons Vickers Com Craigmont Dickenson Cons Bathurst Denison Mines Gas Dist Seagrams Dome Bridge Discovery Mines East NJalartic East Sullivan Falconbndge 750 2.85 Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Dolasco First Manlimes Giant YK Granduc 18.00 265 Mobile Grt Cdn Oil General Motors Grt Lakes Paper Hudson Bay Hydra Ex iron Bay 1.02 4.30 Oil Greyhound Hawker Sid Hiram Walker Joliet Erie Kerr Oil Key Nickel Lake Pipe Langis Grp A Madsen R L. Malartic G Int'l Ind Accept Martin McNeely Maclntyre 4850 20 Kel Douglas A Laurentide Intern Mogul Nu West Homes New Atnona New Calumet 10.75 38 45 37 A Metropolitan Massey Ferg McMill Bloed Moore Corp Northgate A Molsons B Pine Placer Dev Pax Exp Quebec 62 Vz 1.85 Cent Power Corp Price Co Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp Sherntl Gordon Sleep Rock Sunmngdale Tek Corp A 39 28 3050 1550 1.83 800 400 Rothmans Shell CDA Simpsons Simp Sears Steel Can Selkirk A Texaco Trad Grp A United Canso Western Mines WH Copper Mines Wright Hargreaves Willroy 298 390 215 1.70 Mtn Pipe Trans Can Pipe Union Carbide Union Gas Union Oil United Siscoe Mfg Woodwards A Cdn Seed Elec Algoma Atco Imperial Agra Bell Scotia Brascan BC Dom 1850 2075 2562VJ 1350 9 37V, 3.15 5 26 V4 637Va 2250 230 1875 330 19.00 16.50 1525 2825 24 15 62 Vz 40.25 40.25 11 00 1375 3400 3050 5.50 4675 24.00 3400 1625 6 12V4 45.75 38 87 V, 32 1800 1575 340 5.25 9.50 385 13.50 29.75 47.12Vj 21 00 787-2 11 00 1450 6.87 V, 1325 1775 7 87 V, 11 50 13.00 45.75 1325 3075 17.75 900 1275 825 7.00 21.25 23.00 2200 380 300 28.50 18.62Vi 35.62 V, 36.50 38.37 V, New York (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr. T T 48.50 Woolworth 17.75 Anaconda 27.50 Westmghouse Elec 20.00 Beth Steel U S Steel Chrysler 17.25 Gen Tel Elec Comsat TORONTO AVERAGES Dupont 175.75 20 Industrials 20601 down .44 General Motors 48 75 20 Golds 523.70 down 3 21 Gulf 21 75 10 Base Metals 93.57 up .16 Inl Harvester 26.75 15 Western Oils 238.26 down 1 14 Kenn Copper 41.00 volume Montgomery Ward NEW YORK AVERAGES Sears 81.50 20 Industrials 857 16 down 2.74 Exxon 7950 20 Rails 182 49 down Texas Gull 2837'i 15 Utilities 86 33 down 35 Texas Co 27 75 65 Slocks 267 16 down 1 20 Wix Corporation Volume Market prices open week on lower tone Energy problem answer? Answer to the energy problem may some day come from the maze being monitored by Dr. Leonard M. Goldman. A laser system io vaporize fuel pellets as a step in the development of commercial thermonuclear power, it is a joint re- search project of General Electric, Esso Research and Engineering, Northeast Utilities and the University of Rochester, N.Y. Iranian gov't may invest some oil money in Canada TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were moderately lower in light mid-morning trading today. The industrial index, widely-based indicator of market trend, was off .60 to 205.85 and western oils 1.71 to 237.69 Golds rose .92 to 527.83 and base metals. 18 to 93.59. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares, down from at the same time Friday. MONTREAL (CP) All sectors moved lower in heavy trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today Volume at 11 am was 511.600 shares compared with at the same time Friday The induitnal index fell 64 to 229.50. papers 46 to 126 78, bdnks 45 to 215.75. the composite 06 to 271 47 and utilities 01 to 137 68 Metropolitan Stores fell 82 to Dome Petroleum 34 to Canada Permanent Income Investments Vt to i, Cunsoliaateci to and Dominion Bridge 'z to Among speculative issues. North American Asbestos rose six cents to 34 cents on a 127250 shares traded VANCOUVER (CPl Prices were up in moderate trading on the Declines outnumbered ad- vances 184 to 81 with 200 issues unchanged. T.G. Bright A fell 4V: to Texaco Canada 1 to Dome Pete to Southam A Vz to and Systems Dimensions to Western Decalta was off V4 to Total Pete Vo to Great Canadian Oil Sands Ve to Peyto Oil Vi to and Market Vancouver Stock Exchange Friday. Total volume at the close was shares In industrials, Canterra was up 01 at 35 on 7.500 shares Key Industries was unchanged at 11 on 6000 shares, Thermoplex was unchanged at 50 on 5.500 shares. Kelly Deyong was up 01 at 51.60 on 3 500 shares Ventura was unchanged at 60 on 3 000 shares and Delta Hotels was up IS at 50 In the mines. Pinnacle was up 01 at. 23 on shares Celtic was down .Ol'iiit 15 on 51.500 shares. Silbak was up 10 at 25 on shares. Consolidated Beaumont was up 01 at 32 on 38 750 Chares Consolidated Fortune Warrants were unchanged at 19 and Skaist was up Ol'z at 12'z In the oils. Vargas was down O2'z at 10'2 on 20500 shares Payette was Livestock TEHRAN (CP) Trade Minister Alastair Gillespie, who is leading a Canadian trade mission in the Middle East, told reporters here Sunday the Iranian government is considering in- vesting some of its oil moppy in Canada, perhaps in the pulp and paper industry. Giilespie said Water and Power Minister Iraj Vahidi is still thinking of buying Canadian nuclear Japan interested in steel mill project in B.C. TOKYO (AP) Premier David Barrett of British Columbia discussed Japanese participation in a proposed steel mill in B.C. but no Investment spending aboiit same WASHINGTON (AP) -The U.S. commerce department says a 7 3-per-cent increase in investment by the petroleum industry will nearly offset energy-related cuts in planned 1974 investment by many other U.S. industries. The department reported Sunday that despite the impact of the energy shortage, the overall investment outlook thus re- mains about the same. Total 1974 investment spending by all U.S. industry is estimated at billion, only million less than was projected before the energy squeeze grew serious. The petroleum industry in- crease in investment amounted to million, raising the total to billion for 1974. Other planned increases were reported for the railroad industry, up two per cent to a total of billion, and steel, up two-tenths of one per cent to billion. substantial progress was made in the talks, a spokesman for the premier said today. Various Japanese companies "expressed interest in the project, but no new developments said John Twigg, spokesman for the premier. "We are still Barrett conferred with high- ranking Japanese government officials, with executives of Nippon Kokan K. K., Japan's second largest steel producer, and with officials of major trading firms. Nippon Kokan had earlier said it is interested in partici- pating m a joint steel-making venture in British Columbia subject to 3 study of the feasi- bility of such a project. The study is yet to be completed. COMPETE FOR MONEY Industry sources said the British Columbia project doesn't appear to carry a high priority in the minds of the Japanese. Other proposals in Indonesia, Australia and Brazil are competing for the attention and the money of Japan's steel industry, they noted Nippon Kokan officials said the company will "fully co- operate in the feasibility study, but we are still considering details and haven't decided upon parti- cipation." Barrett and his delegation are scheduled to leave Tokyo Tuesday for a five-day visit to Hong Kong before returning home Canadian raw energy price increase wanted VANCOUVER (CP) A member of the British Columbia Energy Commission says American officials want Canada to increase prices for exported raw energy. Jack Caplette told a conference Sunday that U.S. energy office officials told him in March that if Canada increases prices, it will become feasible for the U.S. to develop its own energy resources. Earnings dip VANCOUVER (CP) Vancouver based Okanagan Helicopters Ltd. has reported a substantial drop in earnings for the year ended Jan. 31, 1974. Earnings after taxes were or 68 cents a share, compared with or 38 a share in 1972. Gross revenue rose to million, compared with million last year. "They cannot develop their own coal reserves, coal gasification plants and oil shale plants as long as Canada continues to sell them vastly underpriced natural gas and said Mr. Caplette. He also urged that Canada's energy should be developed only enough to meet the country's needs, not its wants, to leave future generations with energy assets. Dr. Paul Bradley, a University of B.C. economist, and Barry Weisberg of the California Resource Centre, told the energy conference that multi-national oil companies are to blame for higher prices and the energy crisis. Dr. Bradley said that decisions in the past were not made by governments but by experts, usually employed by international companies. "There's no such thing as Canadian said Mr. Weisberg, noting that 99 per cent of refinery capacity and 60 per cent of the oil is foreign-owned. reactors despite a commitment to buy 2 French system. "They want to diversify their nuclear systems to avoid vulnerability to any single said Gillespie. In a meeting with Gillespie and Canadian businessmen. Economics Minister Houshang Ansary expressed interest in bringing Canadian invpslmenl. and know-how to Iran as well as increasing trade. "We've always thought that Canada 15 one uf the handful of countries with the greatest chance of developing relations with Ansary said. RICH PROSPECT For Canadian exporters and investors, Iran represents a lush opportunity. One Iranian official put Iranian oil revenues this year at billion, more than five times the 1973 oil income. The Canadians, who earlier visited Saudi Arabia and Iraq, leave for home Tuesday. Calgary CAUi.ARV (tr. Receipts to 11 .1 in Monddv from the Calgaiv public d.s totalled about 190 head nio.sth slaughter cattle Trdde wd.s dull on heifers and active on cows There were no slaughter steers (in oiler Slaughter heilers traded to a narrow demand dl prices around SI 50 lower Pncev include beef quality premium Con i. were mottiv in4he lower grades selling sledd) dl Idsl weeks close Heifers Al'and 2 48 50 to 49 90 Cows ,ind 2 .15 50 to 36 50, DJ 33 to 35 D4 >K lo .12 W The lew replacements on ofler were leeder heilers in the lighter weight ungc' selling bleach There were insullincnt goou stock cdlves on offer to establish quotdtions Good feeder hcileis 551 pounds dnd up 40 to 44 Hogs- lob Cdlgarv lo 11 a m average base pine "JO Currencies MONTREAL (CP) Monday's mid dat foreign exchange selling rales supplied bv the Bank of Montreal. Australia dollar 1 4575 Bermuda dollar 1 02 China renmmbi 4970 France franc 2020 Germanv mark 3835 Italy lira 001555 Japan 003550 Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a m Monday provided bv the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board No sales Friday Edmonton 38 50 fdlgan. 38 50 Ked Deer 38 50 Other points No sales Hogs sold to 11 a m 3215 Sows aicrjgc 2ti 25 Metals LONDON CAP I Closing metals bid-ask in pounds sterling a metric ton silver in pence a troy ounce Copper-Spot 1 futures I 228-1 230 3.905-3.910. futures 3.920- 3.925 299-300. futures 306-307 772-775 futures 733-735 Silver-Spot 220-221- 3 months 227- 2275 DoHar MONTREAL (CP) US dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon today was down 1-50 at 96 23-50 Pound sterling was up 53-100 at 30 53-100 In New York, the Canadian dollar was up 3-100 at 03 67-100 Pound sterling wSs up 3-5 at 39 Canadian Homestead VB to Greb Industries B rose to CHUM B to and Royal Bank to Craigmont Mines gained '4 to Camflo Vi to Lost River 20 cents to Agnico Eagle Vfe to and Dickenson Vg to Cuvier Mines was down 20 cents to Brunswick 15 cents to and Quebec Sturgeon V8 to down 05 ai 39 on 8 500 August Petroleum was up 01 at 34 on 7 707. Princess was unchanged at 19 on 6 500 shares. Canadian Gas was down 05 at S.2 15 and was unchanged at SI NEW YORK CAP) A rising prime lending rate kept the stock market weak and sluggish todat The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 4 30 at 855 60 and losers held a two-to-one lead over gamers in light trading on the New York Stock Exchange Among Canadians on the New York exchange. Dome Mines lost 'j to International Nickel Alcan '4 to S35'z and Canadian Pacific 'j to SIS'- Mclntyre gained 'j to and Msssev-Fcrgyscr: to On the American exchange. Canadian Superior Oil dropped to S54ak. Conimco '2 to S29'z, Dome Petroleum 'z to Ranger to S38Ji North Canadian 'i to s'j and Bamsier i to S16'2 Imperial Oil was up 'j to and Preston 'j to J15 Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) continued light while prices mined higher at mid-session todav on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Rye was the most actue future with prices higher between 5'j and 6' j cents a bushel Rapeseed dl the Vancouver position was also dctive with all months up the 20 cent a bushel tradinR limit Thunder rapeseed was not active with prices unchanged to 20 cents higher Flax was quicklv bid up the 30 cent a bushel trading limit in most months, but there v.ere no trades Fnda> s volume of trade was 412 000 bushels ol flax 795 000 of rapeseed and 862 000 of rye PRICES Flax 30 higher 10 03B Juh 30 higher 9 40B Del JO higher 881B Not 28 higher R 42B Rapeseed June 20 higher 671-MB Sept 20 higher Nov 20 highei 6 Jan 20 higher 603'zB Rapeseed Thunder Bat 20 higher b 4bB July 16 higher 6 1MB Ocl 15 higher b 28B 13 higher 6 18B Dec unchanged 5 83B 5'4 higher261B Juh 6U higher 2 56'iA Oct 5'j higher 2 52B Dec fi higher 2 49B How much time does an accident take? Charley has an accident. The ambulance is colled. The boss stops what he's doing. Bill stops what he's doing. So does Pete and Sam and Ernie. Charley is taken to the hospital. He could be off for a month. Dave discusses the accident with Phil while machinery sits idle. Roy turns off an engine so he can hear what Don is saying about Charley's accident. AI and Wayne and George get into quite a lengthy discussion about Charley's accident and Gil arrives in a truck and wants to be filled in on all the details. Accidents take time, lots of time. Better to spend a little time to see that accidents don't happen than a lot of time after they do. WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD 9912- 107th St. Edmonton, Telephone: 423-6110 ;