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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TUtMUy, April 23, If LETHBHIDQe Last man Allen Husset, of Beaver Bay, Minn., sweeps up in the huge grinding mill ot the Reserve Mining Co. taconite processing plant in Silver Bay, Minn., Monday. A fed- eral judge closed the plant Sunday, halting discharge of waste into Lake Super- ior. Overseas operations boost profits of big oil firms NEW YORK (AP) Two major United States oil com- panies announced Monday first-quarter profits more than 75-per-cent higher than a year earlier. Both said jverseas operations were responsible for much of the increase. Gulf Oil Corp., one of the top five U.S. oil firms in terms of sales, said its earnings for the first three months of this year totalled million, up 76 per cent from the million re- ported for the same period of 1973, and 26 per cent above the million in the final quarter of last year. Standard Oil of Indiana ranked in the top 10 by sales, reported earnings of million for the first quar- ter, up 81 per cent from both the million in the first quarter of 1973 and the million reported in the last three months of 1973. The company reported over- all revenue of billion after revenues of billion in the first quarter of 1973, an increase of 55 per cent. On a per-share basis, Gulf reported earnings of compared with 80 cents in the same period last year, while Amoco netted a share compared with a share last year. Gulf Chairman B.R. Dorsey said even higher profits may be required in the future to encourage exploration and development of new oil sources. "In light of the tremendous task ahead of us, present profit levels must be Dorsey said. "Indeed, they may be insufficient to our capital needs." Revenues for Gulf rose to billion for the quarter, as against billion last year, a 115-per-cent increase, the company said. The company said the in- crease in earnings came almost entirely from operations outside the U.S. It noted a six-per-cent decline in domestic crude production for the period and a two-per-cent drop in gasoline sales from the corresponding period last year. Fertilizer supply Beef price shortage expected hike cause investigated EDMONTON (CP) There may be a marginal shortage of fertilizer in Alberta this spring, the agriculture department said today. The department said that in October the Fertilizer industry estimated a 25-per- cent increase in fertilizer demand for western Canada and committed itself to supplying this requirement But revised estimates point to a demand increase of about 35 per cent, which-if it materializes could mean a shortage of about tons Agriculture Minister Hugh Horner said escalating farm input cos.ts could be aggravated by tight supply situations To ease the situation when it comes to fertilizer the province, in co- operation with Unifarm, will establish a price monitoring system at the dealer level Prices of regularly formulated, bagged fertilizer for selected points within the province will be made public through Unifarm, a farmers' organization, and the supply situation will also be monitored to help towards adequate distribution. Dr. Horner said the program should help overcome regional disparities that otherwise might occur both in respect to fertilizer price and Supply. Restaurants to increase prices 15-20 per cent TORONTO (CP) Restaurant prices will increase 15 to 20-per-cent this year, Brian Cooper, new Change made in price of feed grain WINNIPEG (CP) Changes in domestic selling prices for prairie feed grains were announced Monday following the latest survey of off board prices carried out by the Agricultural Products Board. The survey showed that the weighted average price for feed wheat remained unchanged, the price for feed barley is down 3V4 cents a bushel and the price of feed oats is up 7% cents a bushel. The price changes, established under the provisions of the federal government's feed grains policy, will go into effect immediately. The domestic prices, basis Thunder Bay or Vancouver are a bushel for No. 3 Canada western red spring wheat; a bushel for No. 1 feed barley and a bushel for No, 1 feed oats. president of the Canadian Restaruant Association, said Monday. Mr. Cooper, director of food, and beverage operations for CP Hotles, said in an interview during the association's annual meeting that restauratuers face an increase of at least 10-per- cent in labor costs and another 12 to 15-per-cent in food costs. However, in the unstable market conditions of 1973, the industry found the consumer was "up to accepting higher prices in restaurants." "Surprisingly enough, customers went along with the price increase that resulted." In 1975, Mr. Cooper said he expects that one of three ..meals will be eaten away from home and by 1980 the figure will increase to one of two. While the price increases for food in the last year are one of the basic pressures on the industry, the other is on wages, he said. Many of the industry's employees in Canada are at the minimum wage level and minimum' wages are under upward pressure across the country. Mr. Cooper said the industry must be prepared either to lost help or to pay going wages, "and we can't be against the minimum wage oer se." OTTAWA (CP) The federal government is checking whether new beef price increases have been caused by the ban on imported beef treated with the (cancer- linked) growth hormone DES, Consumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray said Monday. He made the comment in the Commons after the price boosts were challenged by James McGrath John's Mr. McGrath, Conservative consumer affairs critic, said the Food Prices Review Board indicated April 10 that the ban would have no effect on beef prices. Mr. Gray said no definite statement has been made by the board. Mr. McGrath ap- peared to have obtained his in- forrnation from unsub- stantiated press reports, he said. Mr. McGrath said press re- ports had quoted Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan as saying that the import restrictions would not justify price increases. Government to check oil process EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta government will make inquiries to get additional information about a chemical enzyme process touted by its backers to cut costs of developing the oil sands. Bill Dickie, mines and minerals-minister, said in the legislature Monday the government has only limited information about the process. But it will attempt to learn more about the enzyme process developed by Cima Corp. of Baytown, Tex. BORN IN EAST None of Canada's 15 prime ministers was born west of Ontario. The Herald Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Dougherty Limited WESTERN OILS AND MINES Alton 7 25 Albany Oil .47 Alia East Gas 7.00 Alminex 6.50 .Asamera Ashland Oil 1025 BP Canada Brenda Mines 6.50 Cda South 3.80 Cdn Ex Gas 3.10 Cdn Homestd 5.75 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 6.62V, Cdn Long is 15V4 Cdn Super Chieftan Dev 8.25 Dome Pete 33.25 Dynasty Fort Reliance .21 Giant Mascot 1.50 Gibraltar Mines 9 37V, Granisle 9.75 Gl Plains 27.75 Gt Cdn Oil S 9.00 Lochiel Ex 2.20 Lylton Mm 1.49 Noble Mines .67 North Cdn Oil 495 Numac Oil Pancdn Pete 12.00 Pan Ocean 11.75 Petrol 1.85 Pinnacle .39 Place Gas 40 Ponder 55 Ranger OiJ 34 Seibens 17.25 Spooner .33 Total Pete -9.00 Ulster Pete 1.34 United Canso 19 West Pete 4 95 West Decalta 6 75 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd Aquitaine BC Sugar C Pfd Block Bros 3 50 Cdn Pac Inv A Pld 32 00 Carhng O'Keefe A Pfd 22 00 Carlmg 0 Keefe B Pfd 25 75 Comrn Cap Corp 2.70 Crestbrook Ind 7.00 Crowsnest Ind 27.00 Falcon Copper F and M Trust Co 5 00 Genstar 1950 Home A 4650 Home B 44.50 Hud Bay Co 18.00 Hud Bay Oil 41.75 Hud Bay Oil A Pfd 48 50 Hugh Russell C Pfd 7450 Husky Oil 20 Husky Oil B Pfd 36.50 Husky Oil D War 4.10 Husky Oil E War 8.25 Interprov Pipe War 4.50 Interprov Steel Pipe 16.00 Kaiser Res 3 95 Kaiser Res War 1 78 Loblaw Co C Pfd 25 50 Magnasonics 2 40 Pacific Pete 25.75 Pac West Air Pe-Ben Oilfield Serv 7.00 Rainier Inc 4.00 Royal Trust 23 50 Sandwell 6 50 Trimac 6.75 West Cdn Seed 3.75 Westfield Mm 1.23 Weston A Pfd 53.50 Whits Yukon 8.75 PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas Trk A 1200 Alta Gas Trk Pfd 63 25 Alta Nat Gas 16.50 Gaz Metro 5.75 Gaz Metro A Pfd 63.00 Inland Nat Gas N and C Gas 11.12V4 N and C B Ptd 21.25 Pacific Trans 10.25 Trans-Cda Pipe 30.67 Trans-Cda A Pfd 57.37 'A Trans-Cda B Pfd 35 00 Trans-Cda Pipe War 4 35 WC Trans 22 00 WC Trans War 3 25 CALGARY Acroll .45 Barons Oils .09 N. Continental .02 Western Warner .30 VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explorations 32 Bathurst Norsemmes 1 34 Dankoe 2.80 Davenport .70 Dolly Varden .35 Equitonal Res. .15 Lornex 8 00 Northair Mines 2.47 Primer .05 Pyramid .10 Silver Standard 2.30 Valley Copper 7 20 INDUSTRIALS Columbia Brewing 2.75 Key Industries 10 Wardair 1.65 OILS August Petroleum .33 Plains Pete .18 Ponderay Explorations .92 Stampede Int'l Res 70 MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn. Compound 6.09 6.62 All Cdn. Dividend 6.39 6.95 All Cdn. Ventures 3.25 3 53 Amer Growth Fund 4.51 4.96 A G.F. Special 2.34 Cdn Invest Fund 4 71 5 17 Collective Mut 4 89 5 37 Comnwlth Inter. 1344 Comnwlth Leverage 3.15 Comnwlth Venture 4.79 Corp. Investors 5.94 6.53 Corp. Invest Stock Fd 4.58 5 03 Dreyfus Fund U.S 1039 1139 Grp IrTcome Shares 290 319 Growth Equity 6 78 7.45 Invest Growth Fund 11.58 12.66 Investors Mutual 5 53 6.08 Mutual Accum 5.85 6.43 Mutual Growth Fund 3.02 3.32 Nat Resources 4.58 503 NW Cdn 521 573 N W Growth 4 53 4 98 Principal Growth 4 13 4.53 Provident Mutual 7.16 7.83 Royfund 6.48 6.79 Templeton Growth 7 63 8 36 United Accum 4 32 4 75 Universal Savings 7 76 8 54 Vanguard 5.91 6 48 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 Com Lake Cochenour Craigrnont Dickenson Mines Denison Mines D'Eldona Dome Mines Discovery Mines East Malardc East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Maritimes Giant -'.K Granduc Hollmger 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 Sunnmgdale Tek Corp A Texmont United Canso western Mines WH Copper Mines Wright Hargreaves Willroy Windfall Yellowkmfe Bear Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Abitibi Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Jannock Agra Ind Bell Tel Brascan A BC Tel Forest 1.15 Sugar A Bow valley Ind 1 Ind O'Keefe Cellulose 6.87 Power Credit Gas Pfd Ind 1 Marconi Vickers 5.62 Bathurst 9 Gas Seagrams 41 Bridge Domtar Textile Stores Pete Mobile Cdn Oil Motors 2.70 Lakes Paper Gull Oil Sid 4 Walker 1 Erie Oil Imasca Nickel Pipe Grp A Int'l Accept 2 47 Vi Douglas A Laurenlide A 11.00 Ferg McMill Bleed 30 Vz 45 Corp Molsons A B Cent 20.75 Corp Price Co CDA Sears Can A Grp A Mtn Pipe 19.00 Can Pipe Union Carbide Gas Oil Siscoe Mfg A 11.50 Cdn Seed Zenith Elec Imperial Scotia Dom 1337% 20.75 13.50 9.25 305 575 22.50 2.30 9 1875 325 1875 1650 15.00 24.50 4050 4000 24.50 11.00 13.75 32.50 30.25 550 900 4675 24.00 33.75 16.25 6.25 4550 21 50 3837% 31.62V: 18.00 7.75 15.37% 3.00 525 9 385 6.00 13.50 18.00 29 47.00 2212% 21.00 7.50 10.75 14.25 1337% 1762% 787% 11.50 30.12% 13.00 4600 13.00 14.25 30 87% 17.75 8.75 12.75 7.62% 7.00 21.00 2300 21.75 3.75 3.00 28.25 18.62% ?5.62% 36.25 38.62% New York (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T T 48.62% Wooiworth 17.62% Anaconda 26.75 Westmghouse Elec 19.75 Beth Steel 33.00 U.S. Steel 42.87% Chrysler 1737% Gen Tel Elec 23.62% Comsat 32 75 TORONTO AVERAGES Dupont 175.12% 20 Industrials 204.45 down 1 55 General Motors 4900 20 Golds 517.25 down 6.48 Gull 22.37% 10 Base Metals 93.05 down .48 Int Harvester 26.62% 15 Western Oils 231.98 down 3.67 Kenn Copper Volume Montgomery Ward 24 50 NEW YORK AVERAGES Sears 81 87% 20 Industrials 854 19 down 4 37 Exxon 79 75 20 Rails 181 98 down 1 20 Texas Gull 28 37% 15 Utilities 84 00 down 1 98 Co 28.00 65 Stocks 265 36 down 2 16 Wlx Corporation 1350 Volume Stock market prices lower trend continues TORONTO (CP) Major indicators of the Toronto stock market were sharply lower in light mid-morning trading today. Chicago markets CHICAGO (APi Silver futures moved strongly ahead on major United Slates exchanges Monday, posting their fourth straight limit gain of 20 cents an ounce. Demand for silver was strong in the U S as well as in London, where the market had opened before domestic exchanges began trade. Sellers were scarce here and abroad. Cotton futures rose the limit of a bale and strong gams were posted in copper coffee and Maine potato futures On the Board of Trade, soybean oil futures advanced the limit of 100 points, or one cent a pound for the fourth straight day Wheat, corn, oats and soybeans also advanced while soybean meal prices were mixed at the close Rains and flooding in the U.S and Canada was a buying factor in wheat futures, but corn and oats also responded lo expectations that exports might improve now that the St. Lawrence Seaway strike by river pilots has ended Live hog futures fell the limit of 50 a hundredweight while live cattle eased as much as a hundredweight and pork bellies declined 150 points. At the close on the board of trade, soybeans were to 3'i cents a bushel higher. May 577- Chicago wheat two to higher. May 4 17 Gulf hard red not traded. corn "j to four higher, May 2.71. and Oats vt to 3 higher. May 1 29 Gram close Monday Wheat May 4 17. Jul400. Sep 4 06 Dec 4 10 Mar 4 12 Corn- May 271. Jul Sep 2 Dec 2 48 Mar 2 Oats May 129. Jul Sep 1 33V4, Dec 1 Mar 1 36 Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Prices continued to ease in all but rapeseed at mid-session today on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Rapeseed was mixed, but generally lower in modest activity Rye activity was light with prices down by between 5% and 7Vj cents a bushel. Flax had virtually no activity, with prices lower between four and eight cents a bushel Monday's volume of trade was 46.000 bushels of flax. 1.154.000 of rapeseed and 492.000 of rye Mid-session prices Flax- May 8 lower 995A. July 5 lower 9 35A; Oct 4 lower 8 77A Nov 4 lower 8 40A Rapeseed Vancouver June Hi lower 670A, Sept lower 6 42A: Nov 7V2 lower 6 23, Jan higher 606A Rapeseed Thunder Bav May 1 higher 6 47A. July 1'A higher 6.34VzA. Oct unchanged 628A. Nov 6 lower 614B Dec not open Rye May lower2 July 5% lower 2 48B Oct B''2 lower Dec lower 242'zA Grain quotes Monday basis Lakehead High Low Close Flax May 1003 973 Jly 940 940 910 Oct 881 881 851 Nov 844 814 Rapeseed Vancouver Jun 67134 671% 651J4 Sep 628% Nov Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 644 646 626 JW 633 W 619 Oct 629 613 Nov 620 605 Dec 583 583 Rye May 258 258'2 Jly 253 250 Oct 251'2 252 246'2 Dec 249nj 243 Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dividends are quarterly unless otherwise noted British American Bank Note Co. Ltd., 22'.-z cents June 15 record May 31 Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Lid., 20 cents, class A, 20 cents, both payable May 15. record April 30 Kelly Douglas and Co. Ltd., class A, 6 25 cents May 31. record May 10. Kerr-Addison Mines Ltd., 10 cents, June 20, record May 31 Kraftco Corp 48 cents, U S funds, increase of 3.8 cents, June 10, record May 17. Leigh Instruments Ltd., first pfd. series A. 65 cents paid April 1. record March 20 Northern and Central Gas Corp. Ltd., 15cents, June 1, record May 17. C. A. Pitts Engineering' Con- struction Ltd., class B, 6 cents, class C, 6 cents; both payable May 29, record May 3 D. A. Stuart Oil Co. Ltd., 10 cents, June 1. record May 16. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Alcan Aluminum Ltd., three months ended March 31- 1974, million in U S funds. 13 a share. 1973. 2 million, 50 cents Canadian Industries Ltd., three months ended March 31 million. 51 cents a share. 1973. 17 cents. Canadian Utilities Ltd., three months ended March 31 1974, 67 cents a share. 1973, 69 cents. Carma Developers Ltd., three months ended March 31 1974, 73 cents a share: 1973, 24 cents Controlled Foods International Ltd year ended Dec 31 1973, 23 cents a share, 1972, 21 cents Fraser Companies' Ltd., three months ended March 31. 1974, 87 cents a share, 1973. 49 cents Great Northern Gas Utilities Ltd., year ended Dec. 31 1973, 47 cents a share, 1972, 50 cents Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Monda> May 5300A, Jly 5500, Sep 54 25A Nov 55 OOA Friday's volume Kour contracts The industrial index, widely-based indicator of market trend, was off 1.05 to 204.95, golds 2.65 to 521.08, base metals .45 to 93.08 and western oils 3.04 to 232.61. Declines doubled advances, 202 to 82, with 212 issues unchanged. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares, up from at the same time Monday. Trading was halted at the open in shares of Maher Shoes, pending a release of information. Common shares closed previously at and the preferred at Dome Pete fell 1V4 to Eastern Canada Savings 1 tc Pennington's Stores tc Pacific Pete to and Slater Walker to Mattagami Lake Mines lost 4 to United Siscoe Vz to and Granby to Ranger. Oil slipped 1% to Peyto to and Pan Ocean to Dover Industries rose 1% to Consumers Distributing Vz to Southam A Vz to and Toronto Dominion Bank to Pen Central Exploration gained 15 cents to Lost River Mining 15 cents to and Agnico-Eagle to Market trends MONTREAL (CP) Prices were generally lower in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today Volume at 11 am was shares, compared with at the same time Monday The industrial index fell 1.75 to 228.39. the composite 1.16 to 214.91. papers 52 to 126.25 and utilities .40 to 136 83 while banks rose 1.49 to 272.67. Canadian Vickers fell I's to Eastern Canada Savings and Loan to Algoma Steel H to and 1AC Ltd to S16V4 while Warnock Mersey rose 'z lo Among speculative issues. North American Asbestos rose cents to 40'z cents on a volume of shares traded VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were down on light trading on the Vancouver Stock Exchange Monday Total volume at the close was shares In the industrials. Newmark was unchanged at on 16.000 shares Key Industries was down 01 at 10 on 14.875 shares. Thermoplex was down 04 at 46 on shares, and Delta Hotels was down 10 at 40 on 4.335 shares Canterra was down 02 at .33 and Cornat was up 10 at 90 In the mines. LP Industries was up at 40 on 381.500 shares Wharf Resources was up at 91 on shares. Geo-Dyne was unchanged at .25 on shares, and Consolidated Fortune Warrants A were unchanged at 19 on shares Celtic was down 01 at 14 and Northair Was down 10 at In the oils. Seneca Developments was unchanged at 16 on August Petroleum was down 02 at 32 on 14.000 shares. Cop-Ex mining was down 06 at 41 on 10.000 shares, and Payette was down 01 at 38 on 8.500 shares Futurity was unchanged at 1C and Davoil was unchanged at 16 NEW YORK (AP) The stock market slipped lower across a broad front today, weighed down by fears of increasingly tight money The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 3 99 at 854 58, and losers swamped gainers by about seven to two on the New York Slock Exchange Trading was light Sanders Associates was the NYSE's most active issue, down at A block was traded at that price On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was down 58 at 93 65 Other N'YSE issues included Duke Power, unchanged at Public Service Electric and Gas. down 1 at and Philadelphia Electric, down at S6aB On the Amex, Ranger Oil of Canada was down 2 at S361 z The company said its British unit plugged and abandoned a North Sea well The NYSE's noon index was down 30 at 49 39 Among Canadians on the New York exchange. Dome Mines dropped to International Nickel '4 to Massey-Ferguson 'j to Cana- dian Pacific to Hudson Bay to and Seagrams '4 to S42 On the American exchange. Ford of Canada gained 1 lo Giant Yellowkmfe 3s toS19. and Preston 'i lo Canadian Superior Oil lost to Dome Petroleum to Prairie Oil >z to SG'z Asamera 3s to Banister W to Slew's. Gulf Canada 'j to S35. and Commco 'j to Livestock Calgary CALGARY (CP) Receipts to II a m Tuesday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled about 850 head, mostly slaughter cattle with the bulk being steers Trade was active Slaughter steers met a broad demand at prices 50 cents higher. Heifeis were scarce and sold around 50 higher than Monday's close Cows were mostly in the lower grades selling around SI higher Good cows were scarce selling 50 cents higher with sales to 37 60. Bulls sold steady Steers Al and 2 51 to 52 40, A3 49.50 to 51 Heifers Aland 2 50 to 51.90, A3 48 50 to 50 Cows Dl and 2 35.75 to 37. D3 33 50 to 35 50. D4 29 to 33 50 Good bulls 37 to 40 There were insufficient replacement cattle or stock calves sold early to establish quotations. Hogs fob Calgary to 11 a.m average base price 38 Metals LONDON (AP) Closing metals bid-ask in pounds sterling a metric ton; silver in pence a troy ounce futures 1.222-1 223 Tin-Spot futures 3.945- 3.950 292 5-294, futures 300-301 Zinc Spot 767-769. futures 727-728 223-224. 3 months 231- 2315 Gold futures WINNIPEG (CP) Gold futures, U S funds. Winnipeg Commodity Exchange close Monday Apr 74 177 30A; Jly 74 182 25B; Oct 74 188 50. Jan 75 194 80B. Apr 75 201 20B Friday's volume. 299 contracts Lethbrldge There were no raUle sales Monday due to the weekh sale of weaner and feeder hogs Sale 700 hogs All classes of weaner and feeder hogs meeting good demand at about steady prices to 22'., Light feeders under 100 Ibs 50 lo 2750 Heavy feeders 100 to 130 Ibs to 31 50 Heavy feeders ovei 130 Ibs -36 to 39 75 All prices per head Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold 32 75 to 43.50 cwt Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs sold 24 75 lo 26 50 cwt Bred sows and gilts sold J65 to 82 50 per head Boars sold 50 to 125 per head Butcher hogs sold Monday at the Lethbndge yards 37 35 base price Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices lo 11 a m Tuesday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board Monday's pnces in brackets Edmonton 38.05 (38.37) Calgary. 38 00 (38 15) Red Deer 38.00 (38 47) Lethbridge Nil (3735) ForlMacleod. Nil (3729) Kogs sold lo 11 a m 887 Hogs sold Monday average 38.19 Sows average 26 25 Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) -US. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon todav was down 1-25 at 6-25. Pound sterling was up 39-100 at 31 11-50 In New York, the Canadian dollar was up 1-20 at 91100 Pound sterling was up '2 at 40'4 COME KLEEN INTO 1271-2nd Avenue South For your cleaning needs, see the people who supply the professionals. KLEEN Limited supplies a complete line of equipment and supplies for industrial, and household ,use. SEE KLEEN Limited 1271 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE TELEPHONE: 328-6073 Lethbridge Calgary Red Deer Edmonton Vernon Dawson Creek Grande Prairie ;