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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO - 7H! IETHBR1DSS HERALD - Prlday, August 7, 1970 Prices Higher In Active Trade TORONTO (CP) - The To-1 ronto stock market, turned frac- j tionaily higher in Light mid- � morning trading today, erasing' earlier losses. On index, indiisti'ials were up .08 to 157.10, golds .84 to 155.14, base metals .19 to 94.21 and western oils .39 to 159.92. Volume by 11 a.m. was 425,000 shares, down from 436,000 ai the same time Thursday. Gains outnumbered losses 102 to 71 with 127 issues unchanged. The market opened with marginal losses but turned upward during the first hour of tieding. Largest gains were in construction and materials and oil refining sectors. Among advancing stocks, Dome Pete was up 1 to 57, Kaiser Resources \k to 12V2, Aqui-taine a,g to 21-Ts, Alberta Gas Trunk to 44 Vi, Beaver Lumber 14 to 10 and Scurry-Rainbow l to 16 Vi. Minister Criticizes Small Cars MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhause and Mc.Cuaig) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 e.m. Quotes) Pfd. Oil HALIFAX (CP) - Highways .Minister I. W. Akerley of Nova Scotia said here he is concerned about the "increasing" frequency with wliich small cars with rear engines are becoming involved in fatal highway accidents. At a news conference called to announce proclamation of Motor Vehicle Act amendments, Mr. Akerley singled out Volkswagen as being involved "in more highway fatalities" than other cars. Mr. Akerley was critical of the lack of protection for the driver of small cars with rear engines. He said he thought the driver of a small car often took the attitude that "I've as much right on the highway, as anyone in a big car" and used this flunking to justify high speed. As a result, "one hell of a lot of accidents" involving small cars result in death. Falconbridge lost 1 to 144 Simpsons U to 14r!s, Hudson Bav Mining 1 to 20=8. Opemiska !:i 'to HVi and Lake Dufault Y� to 16. : BANKS ADVANCE ! MONTREAL (CP) - Prices were mixed in light early-afternoon trading on the Montreal stock market today. Banks advanced more than j one point and utilities slipped nearly a point while other sectors fluctuated fractionally. Among senior oils, Dominion Petroleum climbed 3 to 57, Aquitaine I to 21%, Husly Oil V* to 10 Northern and Central GAS' Vi to 13y4 and British Petroleum 10 to 4.15. In banks, Bank of Commerce advanced Vi to 19Vi and Bank of Montreal Vs to 147s. Highlighting declines, Falcon-bridge Nickel fell 3 to 144, Hudson's Bay Mining and Smelting lVs to 207/s, Massey-Ferguson Vi to 9, Walker-Gooderham % to 41 and Dominion Textile Vi to 12 Vi. In other issues, CPR rose 1V4 to 56Vi, Inco Vi to 41, International Utilities Vi to 25Vi and Consolidated Bathurst ]i to 11%. Dominion Bridge was unchanged at 15 following an announcement that unaudited consolidated net earnings for the first half of 1970 were $2.4 million or 93 cents a share compared with $1.2 million or 47 cents last year, On index, banks rose 1.22 to' 166.09, papers .18 to 85.74 and the composite .05 to 154.98 while utilities were off .87 to 130.15 and industrials .34 to 159.45. SLOW TRADE NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices continued to flutter aimlessly early this afternoon in slow trading. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 0.55 at 723.37. Canadian Pacific rose IVi. Up were Granby, Hudson Bay Mining and Walker Gooderham. Massey Ferguson and Distillers Seagrams were off Vi. On the American Stock Exchange, Scurry Rainbow Oil was ahead lVfe. Brascan and Canadian Marconi were up Vs. WESTERN OILS Alminex ... Asamera . . Banff .. .. BP Oil Gas Can South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Grldoil Cdn Homestd Cdn Home Cdn Ind Gas Cdn Long Is . Cdn Super ... Cen Del Rio . Charter . . Chioftan ... Dome Pete Dynamic Pete French Pete Gt Plains . . Mill City . . New Cont ... North Cdn Oil Numac ..... Pernio ...... Petrol ..... Pinnacle Place Gas ... Ponder . . .. Ranger ' ':� rrv Rain :. -ier .vt. Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Atco Ind ...... 10.50 Aquataine ... . 21.25 Brit Nfld ...... Cdn Brew A Pfd Cdn Hydro Car. Cdn Pacific CPR Pfd . Crows Nest Cygnus A . Cygnus B Gf Cdn Oil Gt Cdn Oil Home A ..... Home B . Home Pitfld ... Hud Bay Co ... Hud Bay Oil ... Husky Oil ..... Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pip� 6.25 7.25 56.75 1.48 5.80 23.00 1.70 1.23 5.70 6.15 .It 1.28 .80 1.10 .50 9.30 16.75 1.30 5.35 4.05 29.50 13.75 6.25 9.37V* 1.22 12.75 1.86 1.80 2.00 .49 5.75 25.25 13.50 10.50 28.00 27.00 12.00 3.87 V 2.20 '13.50 Inter Steel Pipe 4.95 Jefferson Lake 11.50 Joutel ........ 10.87Vi Kaiser Res ... 4.10 Kam Kotia ... 3.75 L Ont Port Cem 4.80 MGF Manage . 7.20 Mentor ...... 7.50 Newconex ... . 17.00 Pacific Pete ... 9.37V2 Rank Org ..... .75 Selk Hold ..... 32.12'A Shell lnv ..... 10.00 Shell lnv Pfd .. Shell lnv Wis .. Sicks Rainier West Cdn Seed White Yuk CALGARY Acroll ..... Ana Pete ..... Barons Oil ... . North Cont ... Plains Pete ... West Warner .. Leduc Calmar . Madison ...... Quinalta ...... Rexdale ..... PIPELINE Alta Gas Tr Alta Gas (Nat) . Inland Nat Gas N and C N and C B Pfd .. 25.75 Gar Metro ...... 4.00 Tr Cdn Pipe .. 29.00 Tr Cdn Pipe P A 56.00 Tr Cdn Pipe War 8.75 Westcoast Tr .. 19.50 Pfd 21.37V2 Western Pacific Ind Sand 6-75. 50 37.00 4.95 5.00 3.85 100.00 17.00 17.00 2.05 14.00 39.00 10.00 4.20 9.90 MUTUAL FUNDS AGF Special All Cdn Com All Cdn Dlvid All Cdn Vent Amr Gr F Cdn Growth Cdn Invest F Col Mutual Cmnw Inter .. Cmnw Lev .. Corp Invest Corp Invest S F Dreyfus F U.S. (11:00 a.m. Quotes) Gr Equity Gr In Shares Invest Gr Invest Mutual IOS Vent .. . Mutual Ac Mutual Gr Mutual In . Nat Res ... N W Fin . N W Gr . Principal Gr Regent Fund Royfund ..... 4.63 United Ac .. 4.06 Universal Sav 6.12 VANCOUVER Anuk ......... Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Beth Copper Bornile Ridge Block Bros .. Brenda B.C. Sugar .. Capt Inter ...... 2.80 Churchill Copper 2.85 Crestbrook For I 6.00 Croyden ...... Dolly Varden .. Dynasty .. Endako Fort Reliance 9.12Vi Giant Mascot 13.25 Granisle .. .. Key Indust. .. Hy's ........ Interior Brew Jericho ...... Kamloops .. . Kaza Copper Lornex Lytton Minerals Madrona 6.67 New Cronln ____ 7.77 New Imp Mines 3.37 North Star Copper 4.51 Primer ..... 5.15 Silver Standard 4.40 T C Explor .. 5.32 Texmont 10.92 11.97 Tro|an ........ 2.66 2.92 Western Mines .. 4.75 5.19 Westcoast Res .. 4.37 4.77 Western Explor .. 9.79 10.73 Utica ........ 1.05 .07 .06 .02'-'2 .24 .41 .06 .17 .OJV2 .10 STOCKS L A 44.25 18.25 4.40 2.02 6.10 7.11 3.08 4.11 4.69 4.01 4.85 In Toronto, Karl L. Barths, president of Volkswagen Canada Ltd., said he did not want to comment on Mr. Ackerley's statement. "I would require more background and his statistical information before I comment." Mr. Barths did say, however, that Mr. Ackerley might be criticizing the drivers rather than the cars themselves. DIVIDENDS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Peoples Credit Jewellers Ltd.. common, 10 cents; class A, 10 cents; both Aug. 15, record July 31 Interprovincial Pipeline Co. Ltd., 20 cents, Sept. 1, record Aug. 6. MacMUlan Bloedel Ltd.. 25 cents, Sept. 15, record Aug. 15. Massey-Ferguson L t d., 25 cents, Sept. 15, record Aug. 14. Atlantic Sugar Refineries Ltd., 10 cents, Oct. 1, record Sept. 17. Rio Algom Mines Ltd., pfd. $1.45, Oct. 1, record Sept. 4. Glassworkers End Strike CALGARY (CP) - Members of the Glaziers and Glassworkers Union, local 1,725, today returned to their jobs after a settlement was reached m a 10-week strike Thursday. Details of the contract settle' ment were not available from union officials but it was reported that the 130 union members sought a $1.25 - an - hour raise over two years above the previous journeymen's hourly rate of $3.50. The last management offer was $1.15 an hour over two years but this was withdrawn when the union rejected it by 80 per cent. The last union offer was $1.30 an hour. Affected by the strike were 22 sites served by the Calgary Glass and Architectural Metal Association, which is comprised of seven companies. TORONTO MINES, INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (T1:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) INDUSTRIALS Molsons B . . . 7.621/2 North, Cent . . 20.50 Pembina Pp . , 12 75 Power Corp . . 10.50 Price Co . . . 6.37V2 Rothmans ... 42 37'/2 Salada Foods . 13.37V2 She11 CDA . . . Simp Sears . . Stell of Can . . Selkirk A . . . Texaco . Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas . . . Union Oil Versatile Mfg , Wef.teel ... . 9.I2V2 Union Car . . . 22.00 Weston's B . . 3.30 Woodward's A 6.25 West Cdn Sd . 20 25 Zenith Elec 55;37'/2 BANKS 21.50 Can Imperial . H.12V2 Montreal . . 16.37V2 Nova Scotia . . 45.62V2 Royal ....... 15.00 Tor-Dom 12.62V2 MINES 12.50 Acme .. 12.25 Advocate Asb. 57.00 Akaltchn . . 8.87'/2 Area Mines . , 44.50 Relcher Iron . 3.80 Black Bay ... 69.00 Rralnrne..... 17 50 Broulan ...... 15.62V2 Rethlehem ... 1.75 Brunswick . . 14.75 Canada Tung. . 41.25 Casslar 16.87V2 Central Pat. . 13.50 Chlmo....... ......._____ 41.00 Conwesr Int Po..... 22.62'/2 Cons. Rambler Abltibi..... Alcan ...... Algoma Steel Atco Ind ... . Atlan Sugar . Bell Tel ... . Brazil Trac . B.C. Tel ..... Burns ...... B.C Forest . B.C. Sugar . . CAE Ind ... . Cdn Brew . . Chemcell ... . Col Cellulose . Cal Power Coron Credit . CWN Gas . . Cdn Indust . . Canada S S . Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers . Chrysler ... . CPR....... Comlnco ... . Cons Bath . . Cons Gas . . Dist Sea . . . Dom Bridge . Domtar . Dom Textile . Dom Stores . Dome Pete . , Fam Play . . Fd of Amer . Gt Cdn Oil . , Gen Motors . Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil C>3 . Hawker Sid . Huron, Erie . Hiram Walk , Imperial Oil . Imperial Tob Int Nickel 59.25 8.50 24.00 15.25 4.05 7.25 4.25 5.50 21.25 1.05 9.75 lnv Gp A Int Utilities . . Indust Accept Laurentide . . Kelly Doug A Loeb....... Loblaw A . . . Metro Stores . Massey Ferq . McMillan Bloe Moore Corp . . Molsons A . . . 6.37V2 Coin Lake 25.00 Cochenour ... . 13.37V2 Craiamont - 3.80 Dickenson Mine 5.50 Denison Mines . 5.87V2 Deer Horn ... . 5 871/2 D'Eldona..... 17.50 Dome Mines . . 9.37V2 Dnnalda..... 24.25 Discovery Mine 29.12V2 East Malartic . 13.87V2 East Sullivan . 13.75 Falconbridge . 144.50 13.25 Frobex ....... .26 19.50 First Maritlmes 1.10 5.62V2 Giant Y.K..... 7.50 7.50 Gortdrum ... . 3.65 9.75 Gunnar....... 1.25 14.621/2 Granduc ...... 8.75 27.871/2 Headway R.L. . .101/2 20.00 Hollinqer . . . 31.00 22 25 Hud. Bay M-S . 20.871/2 10.00 Hydra Ex. . . .20 22.00 Highland Bell . 2.80 9.00 Iron Bay..... 2.85 16.62V2 ISO......... 1.77 28.50 Joliet Quebec . . .25 13.87V2 Kerr Addison . 10.75 30.00 Key Anacon ... .36 2.50 Labrador..... 28.50 9.50 Lake Shore ... . 3.35 11.75 Leltch..... 1.51 21.75 Langis Silver . . .07V2 14.75 Macassa..... 1.00 2.20 Madsen R.L. . . .94 1.35 Malartic G.F. . .68 Martin McNeely .11 19.00 Maybrun ...... .23 U 071/2 Maclntyre ... . 160.00 18.00 Meta........ .17 21.50 Midrim ....... .29 17.75 Intern Mogul . . 11.25 New Calumet . .26 .09 New Imperial . 1.80 2.00 Noranda ...... 28.75 .45 Northqate ... . 10.75 1.85 Opemiska ... . 11.50 .?7 Osisko....... .32 .08 Patino...... 37.25 1. no Pine Point ... . 32.75 .34 Placer Dev. ... 32.00 14.no P.C. Exp...... .80 5.10 Quebec Man ... .22 1.95 Rayrock ...... 1.26 20.50 Radiore ...... .�>o 2.50 Rio Algom ... . IP 75 1.26 Roman Corp. . . 6.05 II.621/2 Silverfields .. . 2.01 .93 Sherritt Gordon 20.00 .14 Silver Miller . . .071/2 .42 Steep Rock. ... . 3.00 11.on Siscoe....... 1.38 1.55 Tek Corp..... 5.85 25.00 Texmont..... .48 .08 Unper Canada . 1.65 1.16 Western Mines . 4.25 57.00 Wright Har. ... 1.50 .70 Willroy ....... 1.53 1.30 Windfall ..... .111/2 1.00 Yellowknlfe Br. 4.85 5.55 Zenmac ...... .10 TAKES REIN - A sportily-dressed Prime Minister Trudeau takes the rein of a stagecoach during his visit to the historic gold rush town of Barkerville, B.C. Thursday. Grain Price Review NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T and T .... 44.75 Montgomery Ward 22.50 20 Golds 155.67 up 1 37 Anaconda ...... 24.25 Sears.......6I.I2V2 10 Base Met 94 11 im' 11 �h *�� ...... ?'�}* �d Oil of N.J. . 63.12^5� WOlMW Cosier ...... 19 87Vj Texas Gulf .. .. H3.I2V2 Volume 1,067,000 Comsat ........ 3<*.75 Texas Co ...... 29.75 NEW YORK AVERAGES Dupont ........ 119.121/2 Woolworth ...... 31.12V2 30 Indust 722.48 off .34 General Motors 68.00 Westlnghouse Elec 66.621/2 20 Rails 129 43 uo 70 Gulf ........ 27.12V2 U.S. Steel . 30.25 15 Utilities 103 65 un 'm Int Harvester .... 22.62V, TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 22 91 up 24 Kenn Copper .... 42.00 20 Indust 157.47 up .45 Volume 4,910,000 ' Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) - Pit operations were at a standstill at the close of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Oilseeds continued on declines as activity was confined to light local and commission house inquiry. Rye prices were generally easier in continued erratic activity on both sides of the market. Volume of trade Thursday was 449,000 bushels of flax, 1,- Oil Company Cleaning River Of Seepa; Taylor In Favor Of Alberta-Based Airline For North EDMONTON ways Minister (CP) - High-Gordon Taylor says the provincial government believes an airline based in Alberta could best serve the needs of northern Canda. In a brief appearance before the Canadian Transport Commission's Air Transport Committee, he indicated that while the government would not support directly any of the four applicants seeking the expanded northern service, he personally was in favor of an Alberta-based carrier getting the licence The applicants are Northwest Territorial Airways of Yellow-knife, N.W.T.; Wardair Canada Ltd. of Edmonton; and two Calgary carriers, International Jet Air Ltd. and Great Northern Airways Ltd. Mr. Taylor said an Alberta-based carrier also would mean more business for Edmonton International Airport, now operating "considerably below capacity." Two of the applications deal with extension of services in the north, brought on by intensive petroleum exploration expected to involve expenditures of about $520 million by 1974. Both northern Members of Parliament have been present at the hearings which began Wednesday. Eric Nielson (PC-Yukon) is speaking on behalf of Great Northern and Bud Orange (L- N.W.T.) and parliamentary secretary for Jean Chretien, minister of indian affairs and northern development, has been an observer. Livestock Report Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) - Receipts to 11 a.m., about 330 head of replacement cattle. Trade moderately active. Slaughter cattle on offer sold in line with Thursday's closing prices. No choice steers or heifers offered. Good to low choice steers 28.25 to 29.30, medium 27 to 28. 034,000 of rapeseed, 141,000 of rye. T h u r s day's export wheat loadings included 257,000 bushels to Ghana, 575,000 to India 489,000 to Japan, 566,000 to Syria, 475,000 to the United Arab Republic, 872,000 to Britain, 433,000 to the U.S.S.R. Prices for Class Two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.71%; 2 1.68%; 3 1.60; 4 1.49%; 1 Durum 1.657,8; 2 1.627/8; 3 1.53; IGA prices: 1 Nor 1.71%; 2 1.68%; 3 1.60; 4 1.49%; 1 Durum 1.657/8; 2 1.62%; 3 1.53. High Low Close Fl? ; Confusion Over Oil Policy Ottawa's Fault Says Strom Transfers to Beny's Car Sales Dept. Potato Prices WINNIPEG (CP) - There was some activity in the deferred futures on the Maritimes potato futures market Thursday. Open High Low Close Nov 2.20B Mar 2.55A Apr 2.63 2.68B May 3.00 3.00B EDMONTON (CP) - Confusion over Canada's national oil policy could have been avoided if Ottawa had followed Alberta's suggestion of establishing a quota on the importation of offshore crude oil, Premier Harry Strom said here. Mr. Strom was commenting on a recent Exchequer Court judgment allowing Caloil Inc. of Montreal to "import gas without any restriction as to how it is to be marketed." This will allow imported gas to reach the market west of the Ottawa valley, an area formerly restricted to more expensive western Canadian petroleums. Mr. Strom said if the quota suggestion had been followed "the United States would then know our off-shore policy." Because of the Exchequer GAYLE JOHNSON After 5 years as a truck specialist at Beny'v Gayle has transferred to the ror tali's department. He hnt benn employed by Beny's since 19 52 except for four years with General Supplies ltd. in Calgary. Gayle is a native of southern Alberta having been raised at Barnwell. He is a married man with two children married and one still at home. He welcomes his many friends and acquaintances to see him at Beny's for their every motoring need, whether it be a nev/ or used ear. Special Offer! ALL COTTAGES AT THE EL RANCH0 MOTOR HOTEL TO BE MOVED These cottages tan be had for their removal less door locks and plumbing fixtures. There are 4 sets of plumbing fixtures that can be bought for $250.00 Phone or see MEL FENGSTAD, Owner HAROLD KARPIAK, or BEN KOKEN at 327-5701 Court's ruling, he said, it is doubly important the federal government make a decision on the importation of offshore crude oil. "If there is no restriction, it would result in a cutback in use of our oil." res EDMONTON (CP) - Cleanup operations in the Paddle River oilfield where oil seepages killed waterfowl have been satisfactory, a fish and wildlife official said Thursday. Jan Allen of Whitecourt, said it is almost certain that no charges will be laid against Tenneco Oil and Minerals, the firm involved in the seepages that officials said had threatened to pollute the Paddle River, about 65 miles northeast of Edmonton. The company's cleanup operations, he said, are "very good . . . they're doing all they can." Vic Bohme, head of the development dperatment of the oil and gas conservation board, said the Paddle River was in no way polluted by the oil seepages. Oct 268% 267Vi 267% Nov 260 259% 259% Dec 257% 256% 256% May 264JA 263% 264V4 . Rapeseed Nov 260% 257% 257% Jari 257% 255% 255% Mar 256% 253 253% May 253V2 252 252 Oats Oct - - 77 Dec - - 77% May - - 78% Barley Oct 113% 113 113'/s Dec 113Vi 113% 113% May - - 116% Rye Oct 97 95 95% Dec 98 96% 96% May 101 Vfe 101 101% Earnings Drop For Anaconda NEW YORK (AP) - Anaconda Co. reported here that its earnings for the second quarter of 1970 dropped to $28.17 million or $1.29 a share from $32.6 million or $1.49 a share for the same period last year. C. Jay Parkinson, chairman of the Anaconda board, also said that sales for the second quarter this year totalled $262.8 million compared with $353.26 million for the same period last year. Parkinson said earnings for the year 1970 are expected to approximate those for 1969 "if general business conditions not deteriorate further in coming months." do the Hog Prices Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) - The Winnipeg live beef futures market was fairly quiet Thursday with the only action in September. Open High Low Close Sep 29.15 29.15 Nov 28.75 Jan 28.95N Plan More Livestock Production CALGARY (CP) - Agriculture Minister Henry Ruste said Thursday the provincial government is planning "definite action to further encom'age" Alberta farmers to go into livestock production next year. He declined to go into detail concerning legislative action which is forthcoming, but said attempts will be made to synchronize provincial moves with future federal programs. "What we and the producers want to know," Mr. Ruste said hi an interview, "is what Ottawa is planning for next year" as a follow-up to this year's operation LIFT piogram to reduce wheat acreage on the prairies. He said, in is satisfied LIFT this lends itself jective of creased livestock production." He predicted, however, a "softening" in livestock prices as more Alberta farmers turn to raising animals, but said "it should be offset by increasing consumption." general, Alberta with operation year because "it to our over-all ob-encouraging in- CUSHION SALE New 5" Polyfoam Cushions in various sizes. Made for recreation vehicles but can be adapted for apartment use. Ideal for student apartment furnishing. PRICE (LIMITED SUPPLY) EDMONTON (CP) - Prices to 11 a.m. today as supplied by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 26.50 to 26.65, selling 26.65. Thursday average 26.55. Red Deer: Quoted 26.50, selling 26.50. Thursday average 26.84. Calgary: Quoted 26.85 to 27.10, selling 27.10. Thursday average 27.03. Lethbridge: No sales. Thursday average 27.03. Lloyd minster: No sales. Thursday average 26.04. Sows at all points' 17.28. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 289. Total hogs sold Thursday 5,-416. Provincial average 26.66. Good heifers 26 to 26.50, medium 25 to 25.75. Good COWS 20.50 to 21, medium 19.75 to 20.50, canners and cutters 17 to 19.50. Good bulls 26 to 27.50. Replacements1 were practically all within the heavier weight range. Prices generally steady for quality stock calves. Good feeder steei-s 750 lbs. and up, 28.50 to 30.90, good feeder steers 560 lbs. and up, 26.25 to 28. Good stock steer calves under 350 lbs., 44 to 47, 300 lbs. and up, 38 to 42. Good stock heifer calves under 300 lbs., 38 to 45, 300 lbs. up 31 to 35. Good veal calves 42 to 43. Good butcher weight calves 35 to 38.25. Hogs base price 26.85 to 27.10. Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD - On offer 574 cattle and calves. Market steady on all classes with the bulk of the receipts butcher and fleshy feeder cattle. One load of 1040 2-year old grass steers brought 29.30; a package of 310 lb steer calves sold at 42.10. Low choice to choice fed steers 28.90 to 29.70 with three loads 1000 lb to 1130 lb selling 29.10 to 29.60; good quality steers sold down to 27.60. Choice heifers sold 26.30 to 26.90 with two loads at 27.00 and 27.10. Choice cows 22.00 to 22.40; medium to good 20.00 to 21.75; canners and cutters 15.75 to 19.60. Good bologna bulls 25.20 to 26.20; medium 24.20 to 24.75. Good short keep feeder steers 28.50 to 29.30 with lighter weights' to 32.00; those more on the stacker order to 37.60. Good short keep feeder heifers 26.70 to 28.50 with lighter weights to 30.25 while- stacker weight heifers brought up to 34.25. A few cows with calves at foot sold 300.00 to 345.00. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 30*-7th ST S IETHBRIDGE - Pfton. 127 ISO! iREBQO RECREATION VEHICLES 600 4th Ave. N. Lethbridge Dr. R. P. Kuipers Is pleased to announce the Association of Dr. B. C. Cotter to his practice of CHIROPRACTIC Hours of Practice Have Been Extended 6 Days A Week-9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. NEW COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT AVIATION Mr. G. W. Dean, Vice-President of Instruction, Mount Royal College, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Andy Le Guilloux, President of North American Air Training College, in association with the new Associate Diploma course in Aviation. Mr. Le Guilloux began his career with the R.CA.F. He has had 30 years' experience and involvement in aviation and 25 of these years In various kinds of flight instruction. PROGRAM OF STUDIES: FLIGHT TRAINING and introduction to sophisticated electronics common to airline equipment offered by North American Air Training College, Calgary International Airport. ACADEMIC COURSES - Mathematics, Physics, English and Social Sciences, offered at Mount Royal College. Students will be prepared to obtain, from the Department of Transporl, a Private Pilot's Licence, Commercial Pilot's licence, Inslrumen) Rating on Multi-Engine Aircraft. Graduates will be able to transfer credits to universities to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree ,or may seek employment with a major airline. For further information, contact: The Information Office mount royal college 7th Avenue and 11th Street S. W. Calgary 2, Alberta Telephone: 266-4611 ;