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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August 17, 1970 THE lETHBRIDCt HERALD 21 Market Prices Drop Fractionally TORONTO (CP) Tte To- ronto stock market dropped fractionally in light mid-morn- ing trading today. On index, industrials were down .14 to 154.98, golds .92 to 151.21, base metals .02 to 93.62 and western oils 1.52 to 155.44. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Friday. Losses outnumbered gains 72 to 66 with 135 issues unchanged. The market posted small gains Friday, interrupting four consecutive declining sessions. The move downward this morning was made under pres- sure from Wall Street. Weakest sectors were oil re- fining and pipelines. Among losing stocks, Dome Pete was down 1% to 52, North- ern and Central Gas to 12, Labatts Vt to Bell Vt to Inter-Provincial Pipe Line Vt to 22% and Genstar Ltd. to 8H. International Utilities was up to Bethlehem to 1654 and IOS Ltd. 15 cents to BUSY TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mixed and trading was busy in morning dealings on the Montreal stock market today. Banks and papers were ahead fractionally while industrials, utilities and the composite slipped slightly. dipped to 5% and United Minerals 13 cents to 1.26. IOS Ltd. advanced 15 cente to 1.75, Brinco 5 cents to 4.25, Mar- shall Boston 4 cents to 94, St. Lawrence Exploration 2 cents to 46 and Probe Mines 1 cent to 10. On index at 11 a.m., banks rose .27 to 167.23 and papers .19 to 84.62. Utilities slipped .22 to 129.36, industrials .10 to 159.48 and the composite .08 to 154.96. PRICES LOWER NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices drifted lower today in slow trading. At noon, the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials was off 3.15 at 707.69. Among Canadians, Hudson Bay Mining was off Wi and Genstar Ltd. slipped Vt. Alcan, International Nickel and Mas- sey each gained Va while Mc- Intyre Porcupine rose 1. On the American exchange, Canadian Javelin was off Vt and Jupiter Vs. Molybdenite gained 1-16. Nixon Accepts Oil Import Suggestion WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon has accepted a rec- ommendation that consideration of a tariff system to regular for- eign oil imports be discontinued and that the United States con- tinue instead with efforts to im- prove the current import quota system, it was announced today. Included in be recommenda- tions are provisions for an in- crease in crude oil from Can- ada, above the barrels- a-diay quota imposed by Presi- den Nixon last March. The recommendation was made by George A. Lincoln, PWA Fleet Is Second Largest VANCOUVER (CP) Pa- cific Western Airlines com- pleted its take-over of B.C. air- lines with the signing of pa- pers that ended several months of negotiations. B.C. Airlines had operated a wide network of services in the British Columbia and coastal regions and was owned by the Montreal based1 CAE Indus- tries. The takeover, a million deal which involved purchase of nearly all B.C. Airlines shares, gave PWA the second- largest airline fleet in Canada only to Air with routes covering more than miles. The purchase must be ap- proved by the Canadian Trans- port Commission in Ottawa. In- terventions opposing the pur- chase must be filed by Aug. 31. Alberta Trucker Killed In if.C. DAWSON CREEK B.C. (CP) Carl Leonard Rehn, 20, of Lodgepole, Alta., was kill- ed on the Alaska Highway 34 miles north of here when the truck he was driving ihissed a turn on a detour. The truck, with a load of d r i 11 ing equipment, weighed pounds, police said. The vehicle came to rest 110 feet from the highway. director of the Office of Emer- gency Preparedness, in a letter to Nixon. At a White House briefing today, Lincoln said Nixon had accepted his proposal. Six months ago a cabinet-level study group on oil import policy recommended that the federal government get out of the busi- ness of assigning valuable for- eign oil import licences to American oil companies. The group recommended- that the 11-year-old quota system be re- placed with a system tariffs on foreign oil. One of the stated aims of that proposal was to force down the price of oil produced in the United States, thereby decreas- ing the price of petroleum prod- ucts to the consumer. In his letter dated Aug. 13, Lincoln said that while he had agreed with other members of the study group in recommend- ing the tariff system six months ago, recent developments "have increased misgivings about moving to a tariff system at this time and about a tariff syste as a feasible method of controlling oil imports." Western Ltd. Net Income Increases TORONTO (CP) George Weston Ltd. reports net in- come of for the first half of 1970, compared with for the January June period of 1969. G. E. Creber, president and managing director, said all seg- ments of the business experi- enced good increases in sales volumes except fisheries and packaging. Total income was for the first half of 1970 com- pared with for the same period- last year. Weston sub sidiaries include Weston Bakeries Ltd., William Neilson Ltd., Devon Ice Ci-eam Ltd., British Columbia Packers Ltd., Eddy Paper Co. Ltd., Som- erville Industries Ltd., and Kelly, Douglas and Co. Ltd. The company owns a major- ity interest in Loblaws but the financial statement of the Lob- law Division is not consolidated with ihe Weston report. 0 Corral Feed Lot Lumber 0 Granary Floors Cribbing for Elevator Style Bins Silo Material 0 Lumber for Root Cellars, Garages, etc. WE HAVE THE IUMBER YOU NEED AT REASONABLE PRICES! Johnson Brothers Sawmills Ltd. ON NO. 3 HIGHWAY-COWLEY, ALBERTA P.O. Box 100 Telephone 62J.3818 MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicrty, Roadhmisc and McCuaig) LAST BID OK SALE e.rn. Quolcu) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlncx Asomcra Banff D. P. Oil Can South Cdn Exp Gns Cdn Home Cdn Indus Gas. Cdn Long ts Cdn Super Cent Del Rio Charter....... ctiicftan Dome Pete Dynam Pete French Pete Gt Plains.....' Mill City New Cent Numac....... Permo Petrol Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner West Decal .1.85 11.00 10.25 4.20 3.55 4.40 6.9S 9.00 .72 30.50 Joulol Kaiser Res Kam Kotla Lake Ont Pt Mentor Mewconex Pacific Poto Rank Organ Selkirk Hold Shell Inv Inv Pfd 10.12'A Shell Inv Wts 6.30 7.00 50.50 1.40 6.20 23.75 1.60 1.20 6.05 .99 1.22 1.00 .47 9.15 17.50 1.25 5.40 MISCELLANEOUS Atco Ind Aqualaine Brit Nfld Cp Cdn Hyd Corb Cdn Pac Inv CPR Pfd Crows Nest In Cygnus A Cygnus B Gt Cdn OH Gf Cdn Oil Sd Home Oil A Home Oil B Home and Pit Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil Hugh Russel Husky Oil Husky Oil War. Pro Pipe Inr Util Pfd inter Steel Jeff Lake..... 10.00 1 21.10 4.25 13.50 21.37V3 40.00 5.00 4.95 3.80 100.00 16.75 17.50 2.15 Sicks Ralnjer West Cdn Sd White and Yuk. CALGARY Acroll...... Anac Pete Barons Oil North Con.t Plains Pete west Warn Madison Quinaila Rexdale .14 PIPELINE STOCKS Alia Gas Tr L A 43.75 Alia Gas T L Pfd 69.00 Alta Gas (Nat) 20.00 N and C 12.00 N and C B Pfd 25.87W 1.24 Gr In Shores 2.72 2.98 11.37W Invest Gr 9.38 10.26 1.63 Invest Mutual 4.59 5.02 180 IOS Vent 3.02 3.30 49 Mutual Ac F 4.26 4.69 570 Mutual Gr F 3.50 3.85 Mutual In 1275 Nat Res 1075 N W Fin 2762Vi N W Gr "I: Principal Gr 11.6216 Regent Fund 7.14 7.83 362'A Royfund 4.72 215 United Ac 4.01 4.41 Universal Sav 6.16 6.73 6.42 3.26 3.58 3.78 4.15 132 3.65 13.50 .07 .25 .40 VANCOUVER Anuk...... Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Beth Copper Bornlte RIdgt ,16'A Block Bros .20 .25 1.00 .25 3.10 "OdVi Brenda 10.00 B.C. Sugar Capt Inter Churchill Copper Crestbrook For I Croyden Dolly Varden Tr Cdn Pipe 29.50 Tr Cdn P Pfd 3S.50 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 56.50 Giant Mascot Granisle o An Key Indust iwM A d'3Q interior Brew MUTUAL FUNDS Kamloops Copper AGF Special 1.97 Lornex Al Cdn Corn 5.96 6.51 Lyttnn Minerals Al Cdn Dlvid 7.58 Madrona Cdn Vent 3.05 3.33 New Cronln Tr Cdn Pipe W Westcoast Tr Western Pac Amr Gr F 3.9? 4.38 Primer 37.75 Cdn Gr 4.53 5.03 Pyramid 61.00 Cdn invest F 3.96 4.34 Silver Standard 19.50 Col Mutual 4.75 5.17 T C Explor 9.75 Cmnw Inter 10.73 11.76 Texmont 4.00 Cmnw Lev 2-.61 2.86 Trojan 1000 Corp Invest 4.63 5.11 Western Mines 2750 Corp Invest St 4.66 Westcoast Res 637W Dreyfus 9-6fi 10.5? Western Explor 8.50 Gr Equity 5.40 5.93 Utlca 15.00 2.70 2.70 6.00 .23 .44 7.05 .56 2.85 .30 3.25 2.75 4.00 .10W 7.60 2.80 .32 .37 1.51 -42 .45 .62 4.25 .20 TORONTO MINES, INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. QUOTES) a.m. Quotes) INDUSTRIALS Molsons A Abrtibi Alcan Algoma Sleel Atco Ind Attan Sugar Bell Tell Brazil Trac t B.C. Tel..... Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Co! Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Cdn Indust Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrvsler CPR........ Comlnco..... Cons Bath Cons Gas Dist Sea..... Dom Bridge Domlar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Fam: Play Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Loeb........ Loblaw A Metro Stores Massey Ferg McMillan Bloe Moore Corp 12.75 59.tVl 8.50 23.75 15.00 3.95 9.75 9.00 23.00 3.25 6.25 19.50 55.75 712V2 Molsons _ jo'eo North, Cent Pemblna Pp Power Corp 6.12V2 Pr'ce Co 41 7s Rothmans Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Sears Steel of Can Selkirk A j.y3 Texaco..... 7 l2Va Traders Gp A 4.70 Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp 2Z.37Vi Union Gas 1 55 Union Oil Versatile Mfg Union Car Weston's B Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Eelc Can Imperial 21 Montreal 10.00 Nova Scotia Royal 44.87V2 Tor-Oom..... 16.12% MINES 12.50 Acme..... Advocate Asb. 12.12V: Akaitcho 51.50 Area Mlr.es Belcher Iron 44.50 Black Bay 3.75 Bralorne 68.35 Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. 16.87V3 Chimo 13.12'A Conwest 40.50 Cons. Rambler 22.75 Coin Lake Cochenour 2S Craigmont 13.25 Dickenson Mine 4 Denison Mines S.7S Deer Horn D'Eldona..... 587V2 Dome Mines 17.75 Donalda 900 Discovery Mine 23.12.Vj East Malartie 28 25 East Sullivan 17.50 15.25 1.75 40.25 13.12V2 12.00 19.00 5.87'A 7.75 1D.OO 27.62V2 14.00 20.00 21.75 10.75 8.75 17.00 29.25 32.00 2.25 21.00 14.50 2.20 1.65 Id.75 18.50 21.50 .09 2.10 ..42 2.00 .49 7.50 1.50 .23 1650 5.'00 1.75 2.65 1.23 10.50 .85 .14 M 10.50 1.50 24.00 08 T.31 57.50 .32 1.30 1.00 550 Falconbridge Frobex First Maritimes Giant Y.K..... Gortdrum Gunnar Granduc Headway R.L. Hollinger Hud. Bay M-S Hydra Ex..... Highland Beil iron Bay...... Iso.......... Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Leiich Langis Silver Macasss Madsen R.L. r Malartjc G.F Martin McNeely Maybrun Maclntyre Meta......... Intern Mogul New Calumet New Imperial Norancfa Nurthgate Opamiska Osisko....... Patlno....... Pine Point..... Placer Dev. P c. Exp..... Quebec'Man Rayrock Radiore..... Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sllverflelds Sherritt Gordon Silver Miller steep Rock siscoe....... Tek Corp..... Texmont Uoper Canada Western Mines Wrloht Mar. Willroy....... Windfall Yellowknife Br. Zenmac...... 134.50 .28 1.10 7.00 3.30 1.45 8.00 10.50 30.00 20.75 21 2.80 3.35 5.10 .24 10.75 .37 .67 11.50 152.00 .17 11.25 24.50 1.65 27.75 10.50 11.37V 30 36.00 33.50 31.50 16.25 6.05 2.10 19.00 08 195 1.85 6.00 .45 1.56 455 1.50 1.45 NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada mery Bth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont General Motors Gulf int Harvester Kenn Copper Std Oil'of N'.J! 62.50 19.00 Tex Gulf 36.25 Texas Co 117.75 Woolworth 6750 Weslinghousa 26.00 22.50 38.75 15 W Oils 154.96 Off 2.00 718.50 Volume 29.00 NEW YORK AVERAGES 30 62Va 30 indust 707.B3 off 3.01 20 Rails 127.77 Off 1.82 uT'sieef 29-00 15 Utilities 103.50 up .26 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 223.47 off 1.19 20 Indust 154.73 off .39 Volume Quebec Villagers Tired Of Living On Welfare BAHACHOIS, Que. (CP) More than 100 villagers from Barachois and nearby Bridge- i Plants For Egypt CAIRO (AP) Egypt, with Soviet help, will set up an million aluminum plant and an million phosphate plant by 1973, informed sources saM today Industry ministry sources de- scribed the aluminum plant as "the biggest of its kind in the Middle and predicted it will produce tons of alu- minum annually valued at million. The plant is to be built in Aswan. The p h o s p h a t e plant, the sources said, is to be built in Keroa. They said its annual pro- duction will be tons worth million. Ministry sources declined to givo tine extent of the Soviet aid to the projects. But they said the Russians are to be repaid with aluminum products and tans of phosphate ferti- lizer. Dollar Quotes MONTREAL (CP) The U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds was unchanged at Pound sterling was up 1-16 at Vt. NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar up 1-32 at 97 13-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- ling up 344 at 55-64. ville, who say they are tired of living on welfare, have set out to prevent a lumber company's trucks from entering forest con- cessions on the tip of the Gaspe Peninsula. Roadblocks were set up Thursday to halt the trucks of C. H. Nadeau et Fils, a com- pany which has held cutting rights in the area for several years. Imitating the recent action by residents of industry-poor Ca- bano, Que., the villagers say they will hold out until the com- pany has its wood sawn locally. They say the company was awarded cutting rights on condi- tion that it build a sawmill at Barachois, which it did. But this year, citing high repair costs at Barachois, it has been trucking wood lo another sawmill at Port Gaspe coast town 50 miles to the southwest. LIVESTOCK Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) -On offer to 11 a.m., about 450 head; mostly slaughter catlte. Trade was moderate. No strictly choice slaughter steers were offered; heifers Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Hog prices to 11 a.m. today as sup- plied by the Alberta Hog Pro- ducers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 28 to 2G.U5, selling 26.05. Average Fri- day 27.92. Red. Deer: Quoted 26 to 26.10, selling 26.10. Average Friday 27.83. Calgary: Quoted 26 to 26.10, selling 26.10. Average Friday 27.93. Lethbridge: Quoted 26.05 to 26.25, selling 26.05. Average Friday 27.21, Lloydminster: No sales today or Friday. Sows selling 16.87. Total hogs to 11 a.m. sales Friday Average 27.90. Price Hikes Okay OTTAWA (CP) Price in- creases of three to 11 per cent by four major food processers have been forced by high pack- aging costs and increased sala- ries, wages and related bene- fits, the price and income com- mission said here. It recom- mended "no further action" on the increases which it said were within its criteria. It said the price increases on "a wide range of products" are designed to increase reven- ues by 55.85 million to offset partially expected cost in- creases of million. The four companies, which did wholesale business of mil- lions last year, would absorb a resulting cost increase of 1.12 millions. The companies studied in a commission review were Catelli Habitant Ltee., Montreal; Campbell Soup Co. Ltd., To- ronto; H. J. Heinz Co. of Can- ada Ltd., Toronto; and Libby, McNeill and Libby of Canada Ltd., Chatham, Ont. The commission also said fare ''revisions by Pacific West- ern Airlines Ltd. and Transair Ltd. last March "complied with the price restraint criteria." Grain Prices Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) All fu- tures closed higher at the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange today following a day of heavy trading and erratic prices. Rapeseed futures led the way, closing as much as 15 cents above previous close lev- els. Heavy trading in the final hour pushed the prices up an additional 10 cents from the mid-session figures which were about four cents higher than the previous close. The heaviest trading was in barley where the amount of grain sold was estimated at up to 8-million bushels. The heavy trading and higher prices were prompted by a re- port of extensive blight dam- age to the U.S. corn crop. Commission houses and export- ers led the buying spree in all commodities. The volume of trade Friday included bushels of flax, of rapeseed and 411, 000 K rye. Exports of Canadian wheat Friday consisted of bu- shels to China, to India, to Japan, to Peru and to Singapore. Prices for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA 1 Nor 1.72y2; 2 1.69V4 3 1.61; 4 1 Durum 1.65Ys; 2 3 1.53 IGA prices: Nor 2 3 1.61; 1 Durum 2 3 High Low Close Flax Oct Nov Dec May 278 269% 268% 274% Rapeseed Nov 268 Jan 266 Mar May Oats: Oct 79% Dec May 81% Barley: Oct 117% Dec 118 May 121% Rye: Oct 115 Dec 117 May 263% 262% 274% 266% 265 270 254% 254. 251% 249% 77% 79 114% 114% 117 108 110% 117 278 269% 268% 274% 263 266 263% 282% 79% 79% 81% 117% 118 115 117 Dome Earnings Rise Slightly CALGARY (CP) Dome Petroleums Ltd. earnings rose slightly during the first half of 1970 to or a share. In the six months ended June 1969, the company earned but fewer shares were outstanding, leaving per- share net income unchanged at Gross income was up because of higher product sales, but op- erating and interest expenses also increased. Production of crude oil, na- tural gas liquids and oil equi- valent of natural gas averaged barrels a day compared with barrels a year earlier. were under pressure and sold 25 cents lower while other classes were in line with last week's close. Good to choice slaughter steers 27.50 to 28.50, medium 26.50 lo 27.50. Good to choice heifers 25 to 26, medium 24 to 25. Good cows 20.50 to 21, medium 19.50 to 20.50, canners and cutters 17 to 19. Good bulls 25.50 to 27. Replacement cattle were scarce with a few feeder steers selling at steady prices. Good feeder steers 31. Insuf- ficient stock or slaughter calves to establish a market. Hogs base price 26.10. Scurry-Rainbow Net Income Up CALGARY. (CP) Scurry- Rainbow Oil Ltd. had a net in- come of during the nine months ended June 30, up from in the comparable per- iod of 1969. Earnings a share were 29 cents, up two cents, while gross revenue increased slightly to Production of crude oil was up 740 barrels a day to and sales of natural gas grew to cubic feet a day from cubic feet. General Motors Faces Boycott AMMAN (Reuters) General Motors may face an Arab boy- cott because it supplied artillery to Israel. A spokesman of the Jordan branch of the Bureau for the Arab Boycott of Israel said Sunday an Arab embargo on GM vehicles and other products is under consideration because of the firm's role in the delivery of 24 mobile howitzers to' Israel in July. Trapping Economy To Be Protected STUART LAKE SACHS HARBOUR, N.W.T. (CP) Oil companies starting exploration work on Banks Is- land this fall will not be allowed to destroy the thriving trapping economy there, Northern Devel- opment Minister Jean Chretien said Sunday. He told a.public meeting in this Eskimo community of about 130 persons that he would stop any practices of the oil crews that threaten the liveli- hood of the trappers at Sachs Harbour, about miles north of Edmonton. The meeting was called by the community association wlii-h said the white fox, one of the more valuable Arctic furs, might leave the islands because of the noise and activity of the oil crews. Seventeen families here reap about an- nually from white fox fur. There also are plenty of seal, polar bear and other animals, making this community one of the most prosperous in the Arc- tic. Fearing their livelihood threatened by an announcement that Elf and Deminex Oil Co. are bringing in seismic crews in October, the Eskimos have ap- pealed to the Committee for the Original People's Entitlement for help in keeping oil men off the island. Brian Purdy, a Yellowknife lawyer acting for the Eskimos, put their case before Mr. Chre- tien. CONTROLS INADEQUATE Mr. Purdy said there are no adequate controls or regulations to assure the Eskimos that ani- mals would not be driven away from the island by aircraft and other disturbances connected with oil exploration. He also said people were con- cerned that they were not con- sulted when Ottawa granted ex- ploration permits for the square-mile Island. The Yellowknife lawyer sug- gested the government consider making Banks Island an Arctic reserve. Mr. Chretien replied that offi- cials of his department are in- vestigating possible results of seismic work here. He said a 10-mile area would be used on the island as an experiment to test the effects of work. If harmful effects resulted, he could order the work stopped. Department officials travel- ling with Mr. Chretien said out- side the meeting they are al- most 100 per cent sure no dam- age will result from tha work. They said trapping is still nour- ishing on other Arctic islands where similar work was done. NU West Homes Earnings Down CALGARY (CP) Nu-West Homes Ltd. had earnings of during the six months ended June 30, down from in the comparable per- iod last year. The earnings, 20 cents a share compared with 33 cents, were on a gross income of 856 which increased from in the first half of 1969. No reason was given for the decrease in earnings, but com- pany president Ralph Scurfield predicted net income would in- crease in the second half this year. More than 100 years ago Queen Victoria had "Cleanliness is next to Godliness" printed in her bathroom but today there are nearly British homes without a bath. BUILD NOW WITH CRESTLINE BUILDERS' TESTED TRUSSES YOU SAVE 3 WAYS WITH TRUSWAL PRE-FABRICATED ROOF TRUSSES 1. FASTER CONSTRUCTION You con count on Tested Trusses to help you build faster from start to finish. Tested Truss eliminates delay due to weather. Trusses ara quickly positioned and get the structure under cover immediately. No rejects or culls. 2. 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