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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Fractional Gain In Stock Prices TORONTO (OP) The To- ronto stock market was up frac- tionally in light mid-morning trading today as it entered its second consecutive advancing session. On index, Industrials rose .18 to 160.41, base metais .12 to 95.59 and western oils .S3 to Golds dropped .19 to 159.98. Volume by Ma.m. was shares, down from at the same time Friday. The market opened with mar- ginal losses but climbed upward under pressure from Wall Street during the first hour of trading. Electro-home was up 1 to I6V4, Maud Gas to 11V4, OSF In- dusries }4 to Dome Pete to 59, Alcan to Aqiri- Jaine to Beaver Lumber to 11 Slater Steel to 13. Denison Mines dropped 1% to The company reported first half net earnings of 61 cents a share, down from Mine Stays Ope n TORONTO (CP) Denison Mines Ltd. announced today an increase in earnings during the first half from its mining and oil operations and the company chairman, Stephen B. Roman said the uranium mine at Elite Lake, Ont., will continue operat- ing until June 30, 1971. Mr. Roman previously hat said tiie mine may have to be closed at the end of this year Ms executive assistant, Charles Parmelee, said, and the change amounts to a six-month exten- sion of the company timetable. In an eight-page letter to shareholders h e summarizec company operations since 1962 and said the shareholders "have absorbed serious losses" be- cause of government interven- tion. Mr. Roman said the decision to keep the Elliot Lake mine open until mid-1971 was made "bearing in mind the difficulties that f amilies would have in relo- cating and finding other em- ployment in the middle of win- ter." A company spokesman said if (he mine is closed it will likely reopen hi 1974, when first deliv- eries will be made oh a 10-year contract to supply Tokyo Elec- tric Co. Inc. with 33.5 million pounds of uranium. Shell Plans Additives In Gasoline TORONTO (CP) Gulf Oil Canada Ltd. plans Tuesday to introduce regular and premium gasoline with special additives to reduce .exhaust pollution. President Jerry McAfee said today the additives will cut car- bon monoxide fumes from idling or dirty engines by 30 per cent. Unburned hydrocarbons would be reduced by 43 per cent. The new gasoline would be sold at regular prices. Shell Canada Ltd. announced earlier it will offer a no-lead gasoline in the fall and Imperial Oil Ltd. has plans to market a new low-lead gasoline. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invitei applications for the position of TYPEWRITING SESSIONAL INSTRUCTOR Teacher Education and sev- eral years of typewriting teaching experience essential. Employment to begin im- mediately. Phone: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 327-2141 in the corresponding period of last year. LISTLESS TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices on the Montreal stock market wilted in listless early-afternoon trading today. All issues recorded fractional declines except papers which were slightly stronger. Highlighting losses were Com- inco off 1% to Dominion Textile to Inco to Bell Canada to and Bank of Commerce to Dominion Petroleum gained 1% to Hollinger to Velcro Industries to Consolidated-Bathurst t o and Rio Algom 'A to On index, industrials slipped .59 to 163.22, the composite .48 to 158.66, utilities .25 to 130.15 and banks .23 to 176.47. Papers rose .14 to 88.88. Volume by 1 p.m. was shares. LITTLE CHANGE NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices, apparently under some pressure from 'profit-taking, were little changed today in modefately- aotive trade. At noon, the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials was off 0.20 to 765.61. The Associated Press BO-stock average was off 0.2 to 251.4. Prices included Chrysler down to Natomas off 1 to Telex down at Occidental Petroleum off to and Litton Industries down to Among Canadians, Canadian Pacific was up Dome Mines 14 and Walker Gooderham Vs. Inco fell On the American Stock Ex- change, Canadian Javelin rose Jupiter Corp. fell Vs- Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., about 375 head; mostly slaughter steers and heifers of mixed quality. Trade was moderate. Slaughter steers and heii'ers were barely steady, cows were steady. Insufficient bulb offer, od to establish a market. Choice slaughter steers 27.75 to 28.10, good 27 to 27.75, me- dium 26 to 27. Good to choice heifers 24.25 to 25.30, medium 23 to 34. Good cows 20 to 21, medium 19 to 20, earners and cutters 17 to 19. Replacement cattle were in short supply with most offered steers and heifers in the heavier weight ranges. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 27.50 to 28.40. Good feeder heifers more than 650 pounds 24.50 to 25.60. Good stock steer calves 39 to 41. In- sufficient stock heifer calves or slaughter calves offered to establish a market. Hogs base price 26.65 to 26.80. Sinatra, Lewis In Benefit Show RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) Frank Sinatra and Jerry Lewis lava headlined a benefit per- brmance for the education of he nine children of Dan Mi- rione, former Richmond Police chief killed by kidnappers while on a U.S. official mission to Montevideo, Uruguay. A capac- ty crowd of filled the civic centre Saturday for the benefit show, expected to raise o from the sale of tick- ets at to MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, Roadhouse and McCualg) a.m. Quotes) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Cuores) WESTERN OILS Almlnex Asmaera Banff B.P. Oil Gas Can South Cdn Ex Cdn Grldoll Cdn Homestd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Charier Chieftan Dome Pete Dynamic Pert French Pcti Gt Plains Mill City New Cont North Cdn Oil Num c Permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner 1.56 West Decalts 6.00 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Intl Utlt Pld 5.30 Inlor Steel Pipe U25 Jclferson Lake. 11. SO Joutol 455 Kaiser Res 4.25 Kam Kotla 5.10 L Ont Port Cem 8.30 Mentor 7.70 Newconax 9.87'A Pacific Pctft 34.75 Rank Org Sehll Inv Shell Inv Pfd Shell Inv Wts Sicks Rainier West Cdn Seed. White Yuk CALGARY Acroll Ana Pete Barons OH North Cont Plains Pete West Warner .82 Madison 1.14 Qulnalta 70 Rcxdale 1 10.6214 PIPELINE STOCKS 19.00 Alta Gas Tr L A 45.00 11.00 6.25 7.65 60 00 28.00 Gr Equity Gr In Sharai 6.25 Invest Gr Invest Mutual Mutual Ac F Mutual Gr F Nat Res N W Fin N W Gr Principal Gr Royfund United Ac Universal Sav 1.20 11.00 1.77 2.05 .52 6.10 27.25 13.75 7950 13.00 4.00 2.05 15.00 S.J4 6.01 2.85 3. 7.66 10.5 4.74 451 3.77 4.1 6.73 7.3 3.51 4.20 3.57 3.9 4.75 4.9 4.15 4.5 6.31 6.9 1.50 1.10 fi.75 6.85 .90 1.29 VANCOUVER Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Beth Copper Block Bros Brenda .20 .25 1 09 KOO 3.90 11.12V .02'A B.C. Sugar 14.75 .29 Capt Inter 2.80 39 Churchill Copper 2.50 117 Crestbrook F Ind 6.00 .05'A Croyden .......23 .14 Dolly Varden.....45 Dynasty 4.65 Endako Atco Ind Aquatainft Brit Nfld Cdn Hydro Cdn Pac Inv CPR Pfd 8.50 Crows Nest In 52.00 Cygnus B 4 B5 Gt Cdn OH Sand 4.00 Gt Cdn Oil 6-75. 100.00 Home A 17.50 Home B 18.25 Home Plffld 2.10 Hud Bay Co 14.50 Hud Bay Oil 39.00 Hus Bay Oil Pfd 20.00 Hugh Russ 20.00 Husky Oil Husky Oil Wa Pi! Alta Gas (Nat) 21.00 Fort Reliance Inland Nat Gas 10.37W Giant Mascot N and C...... 13.12'A Granlsle N and C B Pfd 25.25 Key Indust n.50 Tr Cdn Ptoe 28.75 23.25 Tr Cdn P Pfd 38.50 4.SS Tr Cdn P Pfd A 57.00 Tr Cdn P wqr 9.00 24.00 Westcoast Tr 19.50 8.50 West Pacific 4.55 52.00 MUTUAL FUNDS 4_Jo AGF Special 2.06 All Cdn Cor All Cdn Coi Growers A Hy's Interior Brew Jericho Kamloops Copper Lornex Lytton Minerals Madrona New Cronln ___ 635 6.94 New Imp MInei 7.41 8.10 Primer Inter Prov Vent 3.14 3.43 Pyramid Amr Gr F 4.25 4.67 Silver Stand Cdn Invest F 4.12 T. C, Explor Col Mutual 5.11 5.61 Texmont Cmnw Inter 11.08 12.1.1 Trojan Cmnw Lev 2.78 3.05 Western Mines Corp Invest 4.88 5.33 Westcoast Res 5.10 Corp In St P 4.34 474 Western Explor ipe 11 50 Dreyfus F U.S. 10.25 Utlca .56 2.75 13.62V .31 3.20 275 J'.Sft .10 .12 8.75 2.51 .32 .08 2.20 .16 .29 1.70 .46 .46 .60 4.20 .18 21 TORONTO MINES, INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada INDUSTRIALS GamMer Dies At Card Table MACAO Hong Kong man collapsed and died at a blackjack table here when the lealer beat him by one point. lospital authorities said Tse Chung leung, 34, apparently died of a heart attack. Eyewit- nesses said Tse had been play- uig for more than 10 hours. He lied holding a pair of cards to ailing 20 points; the dealer ha< 1. Farm Machinery Tests Advocated OTTAWA (CP) Manufac hirers should be forced to pub- lish results of tests on the farm machinery they sell, a study for the royal commission on farm machinery says. The study, made public today also recommends that federa and provincial research stations and universities establish pro- grams to evaluate machinery. Dr. Graham F. Donaldson Wye College, University of Lon don, England, says farmers need better information for their decisions on purchase am operation of farm machinery. However manufacturers, who hold the largest stock of usefu measurements, make available only "limited amounts" of data to the fanner. Releasing the study, Dr. Clar- ence Barber, chairman of the royal commission, says the views are those of Dr. Donald- son. Dr. Barber would make his own views known in a final re- wrt later this year. JRITISH PRICES LOWER In an earlier report, Dr. Bar- ber, 52, head of the University of Manitoba economics depart- ment, said that North American manufacturers make substantia" profits on farm machinery anc 'armers could save a year if they could buy tractors at British prices. Dr. Donaldson says: "In spite of the recognized complexity and cost of their jroduct, no effort has been nade by manufacturers to in- roduce any form of technical i e 1 d hough such a system has been operated for many years by ag- icultural chemical and ferti- izer companies. "Consequently the bulk of hose measurements which might be useful to fanners is lot made available to He rejects the industry's ar- ;ument that an open infornia- ion policy would be hazardous ecause of competitive prcs- ures. Companies knew their machines would be thoroughly ested by competitors. In the face of this, manufac- ATTENTION SUB TRADES BIDS REQUIRED ON MATERIAL, OR MATERIAL AND LABOR ON CONSTRUCTION OF 64 UNITS OF APARTMENTS IMMEDIATELY. ANOTHER 64 UNITS TO IE STARTED IN THE SPRING OF 1971. PLANS CAN BE PICKED UP AT SUITE 127, El RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL, ANYTIME MONDAY, AUGUST 31it OR TUESDAY, lit, 1970. SMALL DEPOSIT REQUIRED ON PLANS. B H HOMES (EDMONTON) LTD. hirers' arguments against prov iding information to farmers "seem rather hollow." He recommended that: and universi ties supplement company test ing with tests of their own ani "relate company findings tc local conditions." He recommended that: and universi ties supplement company test ing with tests of their own am "relate company findings to local conditions." be required to publish results of tests on ma chines they sell. new Canadian institution for research and measuremen evaluation be developed, wit] branch units to evaluate machi nees used most in each location Because cost of farm machin ery amounted to about half tota farm costs, the federal agricul ture department might allocate the same percentage of its re- search budget to farm machin ery. The agriculture departmen now spends of a budget on farm ma- chinery research. Dr. Donald- son says might be a better figure, if research spend- ing was tied to actual farm costs. Dr. Donaldson says another approach is based on antici- pated savings. Fuel savings on a n average Canadian from might reach a year. Repair costs could be reduced "by al least a year by selecting more reliable machines." Re- ductions of at least a year could be had by improved selec- ion of the best-sized equipment :o do the job. A total saving of a farm year would amount to for the com- mercial farms in Canada. A third approach to assessing a reasonable outlay for research could be based on the industrial standard that three to five per cent of an investment in a pro- ect should be spent in assessing low best io spend the money. Spending one per cent on farm machinery research costs of more than million a year vould amount to million. Dr. Donaldson says an insti- ute o! about 20 scientists with an equal number of technical .tnff would cost about million a year. With supplementary re- earch programs at universities md elsewhere, the research irogram would cost about million. "This amount is more than Covered by expected savings Mscd on even the most conserv- ,tive he says. Abltlbl Alcan Steel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tei Brazil Trac B.5. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind..... Cdn Brew Chemcel! Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Cdn Indust Canada s S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers Chrysler CPR....... Cominco Cons Bath Cons Gas Disf Sea Dom Brldga Domfar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pele Pam Play Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walker Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Inf 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 Molsons A LAST BID OR SALE Quotes) Molsons B a.m. Quotes) 1D.37W East Sullivan 7.B7W Norlh' CenT 13.12% Falconbrldge ?3.25 Pemblna Pp 20.00 F.-obex 13.25 Power Corp First MsHHmes Jl 25 Co 8.50 Giant Y.K. 450 Rotnmans 4112V4 Sf Law CorP Shell CDA fio'.oo Simpson's Simp Sears 50 Sfeel of Can Selkirk A 4 0g Texaco...... Traders Gp A i on Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfg Westeel Union Car Weston's B Woodward's A Crin Sd M'OO Zenith Eelec 50.50 BANKS 70.55 Can 16.25 Montreal 43.62'A Nova Scotia Royal Tor-Dom MINES 11.00 20.50 29.75 15.50 20.50 Gunnar Granduc Headway R.L. Hollrnaer Hud. Bav M-S 5.50 22.75 1.10 10.00 10.00 23.25 3.25 73.50 75.25 11.75 54.75 70.00 Advocate Asb. Akaitcho Area Mines Belcher Iron Black Bay 17.50 Br.IoiTO 15.25 Broulan 1.80 Bethlehem 15.12V-. Brunswick 40.75 Canada Tuno. Casslar Central Pat. Ctiimo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmonf Dickenson Mine Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona 9.12VJ Dome Mines 25.75 Donalds 31.75 Discovery Mine 13.75 East Malartlc -i.oo 17.75 74.75 -11.75 23.75 7.75 76.75 74 35 4.35 5.50 Jl.75 17.00 22.12'A Hydra Ex. 11.00 Highland Bill 23.75 Iron Bay..... 8.25 ISO 16 Joliet Quebec 28 62W Kerr Addlson 13.87Vi Key Anacon 33.12'A Labrador..... 1 oo Lake Shore Leltch...... Langls Silver Macassa..... Madsen R.L. Malartlc G F. Martin McNeely Maybrun..... Maclntyre Meta Mldrim Intern Mogul New Athona New Calumet New Imperial Noranda..... 2.20 Northqate .50 Opemiska 1.90 Osisko....... .42 Patino m Pine Point 1170 Placer Dey. .21% p.c. Exp..... 16.00 Quebec Man Rayrock Radlore Rio Algom Roman Corp Sllyerfletds Sherritt Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock .41 Siscoe....... 9.00 11.75 22.00 15.00 2.05 1 50 20.25 15.50 19.62V4 22.75 20.00 4.70 2.10 20.50 2.60 1.31 11.25 10.25 1.40 23.73 Tek Corp. Texmont..... Upper Canada .0314 Western Mines 1.19 Wrinht Har. 57.00 Wlllroy...... .25 Windfall 1.40 Yeilowknife Br. 1.05 Zenmac..... 5.W 134.50 1 770 7.4S 8.40 12.00 33.50 21.00 .70 GO 3JO 1.95 .25 .34 31.00 3.40 1.53 8.50 1.25 .62 .70 .13 .24 136.00 .18 .2? 10.87% .17 .2714 2.25 28.25 IT.50 11.8714 30 32.00 34.25 32.00 .90 .24 1.40 .34 19.25 2.01 .09 2.90 2.08 5.85 .47 1.55 4.15 1 60 Tl38 NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T and T Montgomery Ward 25.50 20 Golds 161.42 up 1.25 Anaconda Sears 66.25 10 Base Met 95.60 up .13 Blh Sleel Std Oil of N.J. 45.75 IS W Oils 149.82 up .32 Chrysler 24.37Vi Texas Gulf 114 Volume Texas Co NEW YORK AVERAGES Dupont 125.00 V'oolworth 35.00 30 Indust 765.95 up .14 General Motors H'stinghouse Elec 67.00 20 Rails 137.28 off 84 Gulf U.S. Sfeel 15 Utilities 109.92 off .38 Int Harvester 24.00 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 140.40 oft .44 Kenn Copper 39.00 20 Indust 160.00 off .23 Volume Gmimen Storm Nuclear Anns Storage Base JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Gunmen invaded a U.S. Navy arsenal about two miles from a nuclear weapons storage poto and escaped with firearms anc ammunition while five sailors they had tied up watched help- lessly, the. FBI reports. The robbery Sunday at the Cecil Field Naval Air Station was pulled off by raiders armed with pistols, the FBI said. The exact number of raiders has nol been determined but at leasl three were involved, a FBI spokesman reported. An investigation revealed that the intruders remained for 90 minutes at the arsenal, located about two miles from the Cecil Field storage point for nuclear weapons. Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices oday as provided by the Al- berta Hog Producers Market- ng Board: Edmonton: Quoted 26.50 to 26.55, selling 26.55. Average Friday 26.71. Red Deer. Quoted 26.55. Av- erage Friday 26.90. Calgary: Quoted 26.55 to 26.90, selling 26.80. Average Fri- day 26.92. Lethbridge: No sales to 11 a.m. Average Friday 26.70. Lloydminster: No sales. Sows all points A total )f hogs sold to 11 a.m. Friday hogs sold, provin- average 26.78. Akimiski Island is the largest sland in James Bay, but it is ninhabitated. Filmed Slaying Of Kennedy In Dallas DALLAS, Tex.. (Reuters) Abraham Zapruder, the camera enthusiast who took the only movie film of the assassination of President Kennedy, died in hospital here Sunday of cancer. He was 66. Zapruder, a dress manufac- turer originally from New York, filmed the killing from a van- tage point near his office over- looking the Kennedy motorcade route Nov. 22, 1963. The historic film became arime evidence for the Warren commission which investigated the murder and ruled that it was the work of Lee Harvey Os- wald acting alone. Another person connected with the fatal Kennedy visit lere died Saturday. He was Dallas County Sheriff James Iric (Bill) Decker, 71, who was riding in the first car of the Cennedy motorcade wheu Uw president was killed. Monday, Auguit 11, 1970 THE IETHBKIDGE HERALD 13 Comedian Freed From Jail ROME (Reuters) Walter Cliiari, Italian movie and televi- ion comedian, left Queen of leaven jail Friday after 100 lays inside awaiting trial on rug charges. A magistrate ruled that there was no evi- ence the 46-year-old star had trafficking in cocaine. But Chiari still faces charges of pos- wssion. Grain Market Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) Ad' vances were maintained In all commodities at the close of: the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day. Trade remained fairly ac- tive. Domes'li shipper interesl was strong oats and barley, buying tor eastern feeders. Both feed grains also had good exporter buying. 0 i 1 seeds generally posted Jains, following advances on lie Chicago soybean market. Eye had intermarket spread- jig and some U.S'. house ac- ivity and prices were narrow- ly stronger. Volume of trade Friday was bushels of flax, of rapeseed, of rye. Prices for Class Two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durum 1.67Vi; 2 3 1.54% IGA prices: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durum 1.67% 2 1.6414; 3 High Low Close Flax 275 273% 273% 265 264% 264% 260% 260% 270% 267 268% Oct Nov Dec May Rapeseed Fan ilar May Oats Oct Dec May Barley Oct Dec May Rye Oct Dec May 258% 255% 255% 252 251 251% 251 249 249% 247 247% 83% 83 83% 83% 83% 85 85% 119C 118% 119% 120% 119% 120% 124% 123% 124% 110 107 108 109% 108 108 115% 114 114% Tina Louise Gets Alimony SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) Tina Louise, who starred in ho television scries Gilh'gan's Island, will receive in emporary alimony and child support monthly from television moderator Les Crane. The ac- tress received the award in Su- ierior Court today, pending a ivorce hearing in November. liss Louise is expecting a child n October. The couple have leen married four years. SMALL PERCENTAGE; Even a full moon reflects only seven per cent of the sunlight ailing upon it. Business Spotlight Business Quizzed On DBS Reports OTTAWA (CP) Business- men in the service trades and merchandising, both wholesale and retail, will bo quizzed closely next year when the Do- minion Bureau of Statistics con- ducts its 1971 census of busi- ness. The Intention Is to make long- needed improvements in the bu- reau's run of weekly, monthly and annual statistics. It may take two or three years to bring the program to its full develop- ment. The bureau's statistics have been speeded up in recent years, and they appear now in Jood detail on such tilings as mports and exports of com- modities, and in the larger rields of national product and price indexes. ButBcurrent business develop- ments have far outrun the bu- reau's machinery for collecting data on merchandising and the service trades. DETAIL NEEDED The bureau, for instance, produces monthly figures on the volume of retail trade. But when these figures are given on a provincial basis, they appear a be badly lacking in reliabil- ty. DBS recognizes the difficul- ies. Retail trade figures are important in reflecting esti- mates of gross national product, mt the figures the bureau has lad available to it recently lack coverage of certain kinds of nisiness, and suffer from sam- )ling deficiencies. In the service industries, iome important areas of busi- ness are not even covered by )BS. Among those on which the jureau has no adequate figures are engineering and scientific services, legal services, labor organizations and trade associa- ions, and the business opera- ions of religious organizations. Most of the non-profit organi- :ations are not covered, and yet these do engage in various orms of business. 'LAN CENSUS Plans are already well under way to make improvements in fie collection of data when the 971 census is taken. In addition the usual quinquennial head count of the population, the cen- us of merchandising and servr ces is being expanded. Work began as long ago us October, 1968, to develop a new sampling basis for monthly fig- ures on retail trade. It will based on a new rotating system of reporting by sample firms, which should iron out some of the discrepancies that occur with a fixed sample in an ever- changing environment. The 1971 census will cover merchandising and servico es- tablishments in much more de- tail than was done in the 1968 census. The bureau hopes to achieve better quality of data, wider and more detailed cover- age, and improved timeliness in the release of statistics. G'ossbreeds Snapped Up At Sale KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Cattle buyers from Western Canada and the United States paid a record for 500 Hereford and Angus cattle crossed with the Swiss Sim- mental breed. Vic Spencer of Vancouver paid for a pregnant An- gus cow with a heifer calf carrying the Simmental strain, highest price of the sale for an individual animal. The safe was organized by Casey Anderson of Calgary and Gary Hook of Kamloops with animals sold coming from the Diamond S Ranch at Pavilion, B.C., Western Valley Ranch near Kamloops and L-K Ranch- es of TraTCrs Smith of Cardsfon, Alta., president of the Simmen- tai Association of Canada, said the breed was first introduced into Canada three years ago. Diamond S owner Ted Termuende said the calves sold wore probably the first cross- breeds available for breeding purposes in the province and were to be regarded as seed stock. LEGISLATURE DATE SET TORONTO (CP) The third session of the 28th Ontario leg- islature will resume sitting Tuesday, Oct. 6, Premier John Robarts announced here. The session recessed for the sum- mer in June. 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