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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-11,Lethbridge, Alberta Prices on stock market remain sharply higher TItc Herald- Business 'I'OKOM’U K.'J’i - lentos un Itu' 'I'driHili) slurk jiiji'iict reiiwineii sharply liijilioi- ill inodvrati' niid-inurninj; [¡jditifi Kiduy 'I'lit' indurirli«! index. fiHisKlcr«! the iiKiin ijidicanH'ui inarkcl (remi, was up UJ U) Ï07 5:) and golds .83 to 4!ifl 1:1 Hii-ii- I[ii'liil> leli :M 111 aH.IO and Western Oils w<‘!0 uncjuiififd ai 2ä7,lß '.uluMif by 11 a.m was one inillion sli.iri;-:. up Ironl üflT.Dü« at (hi- .sai™ Imu' 'I’lmrsdav .\dvantT.' iiutnunibcrcd decimi“.s 153 11) UKI witli 153 ¡'.'.uos uni.'li;in(;«i Hank. induslriLil insning, steel ami ¡lapvr and lor est uliii-ks were dniorg -i.-cliiis 111 tin-iiJ.ii kf;* tSiiiiäVdin-e while Inml ¡iriict'SMiiij; and pipeline hsuci \\LT^‘ lawei' l-'alninhridge ^ll•kl'l fosi.' ■ i lu it»'j. H.1W V;ilk>y ■« lu $2«' Í. <lull Canuda 'h In    Moure "i lu S511 and Bank ol MdiUri'a! lu sm -s 'rL’vai'ii t'anailü lí*ll ■ i to Pafilii' 1'i‘ii' I 111 S.‘«l i and ä-'üur SciKuns I hjlc'1-í 'Ill Sir) i Vi'.'-tiirun Mino-i up 1 to Çlti'j. \í!rm'ii-Kiií;le > m V)' - andCaiiiflu ' i 10 ÏIT-^ Ciani Yulliuvkmíe lusl i lu ÎI«| I and (iibrallar ' i U> $11. H.intirrOil incrt'avd 1 '^ 1d$44'j and \iiiii.n- •- tl> îlb's. MO.NTUK.M. iCI’i - rrites in ail serlors Siuived sliphlly higher in iifibt li adinn on the Mnnlreal siotk iiiarkel today.    _ VoimiK' on Ihf Montreal Stock Kx-i-hanKi’ at 1) a lii. was ;14H.400 sliares. compai'i'd M'Hh 458.400 siiares al the salilo time Thursday. Indu.striiils rose .66 to 232.3«. the i«til|>oniti' .4it K) 21l).s«. b;illl(!' :10 to •¿(H.12. [upers .25 to 1W22 Cull i'anaila rose 1 to W- Lion-solidalc'd Uathursi '» to$25'i. Hank of Munlrral"'» lo ilS'i, Montnco -h to Xi'-», and Price Co '► luSH'i. \nionfi speculativo issues, (iold Hawk Mines ruw l to Ì55 on a volume III SK.TIKI s||,ires. M-:W YORK lAPi The stuck nurkfl rebounded from a string of sliarp lueses ludiiy. Itrokers called the jiain a lorhnical recovery unrelated to news dL'velopniunts. I'he Dow .lones industrial average. ^vhi^■|^ had losl 57 points since Monday. WU.S up 5.6!) to «28.30 at noon. AdvancC'i led declines by almost 2-to-l in active tradinji on the New York Stuck Kxchanjic The NVSK composite lisiiex was ahead .21 to 49.71. Oil t!ie Ainerif.in OKcharge, gainers lield a slim edge over losers, and Ihe Llvasteek Calgary    Port Maelaod CALGARY (CP) “ Receipts to 11 a.m. Friday from the Caígate public slockvards totalled 400 head, practically all' replacement cattle. Trade was activc- Thcre were insufficient slaughter steers or heifers on offer to establish quotations Cows were mostly in the lower grades, selling steady. Bulls were steady    ” Cows, Dl. D2; 33 to 35. D3: 30 50 to 32,50. Di 25 to 30, Bulls, good- 43 to 45.S0 Replacements were mo-stly yearling steers weighing more than S50 pound.s and stock calves weighing more than 400 pounds, meeting a good local demand at strong prices. Good feeder steers more than 850 pounds. 50 to S5.90. Good stock steer calves more than 400 pounds; 50 to 60. Good slock, heifer calves more than 400 pounds: 45 to 50. Hogs f.o.b to 11 a.m.: 49.70 TrMSury bills OTTAWA (CP I — New 91-day treasury bills ¡s.sued Thursday: f22b million at an average price of 98 4S0 a nd average yield of 6.32 per cent. Ust week. $220 miUion at 88.439 and 6.36 per cent. t82-day; *60 million at 96.8fi8 and 6.4®. Last week- *53 million at an average price of 96 857 and average yield of 6.51 per cent Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS dividends ari' qii:¡rl(irly unless olherwise nuleii Coehninr-nuBlup ..llnrdwiire Ltd., 211 cents, cla.s.-: A. 2D cents, both p.ivaWe l-'eh 15, record Jan. 31 ford Motiii- Co.. Ü0 ceñís. 1.1.S funds. Miirch 1, rmird ,Ian. 31. Ilullinper ..Mines ..l.ld.. .40cents, l-'ch 2H. rcc,iiii -Ian 31 Inland Natural flax Co. I.ld.. 18 cents. Keb 15. record Jan. 31 InlcmatiDnal .Mogul .Mines Ltd., MX per tx'nt lirst pfd , series i\. 30 cenls. April 1. record March 15 Ijibrador Mining and f'^pliirallan Co.. 45 cents. Feb 22. record .)an. 25 Mas-Ícv-Kcrgusun . .Ltd., . 20 cents. March 15. record Keh. B. Hayal . liiiDh .»F .Cunada. .27 cents, im UH-iease ol one cent. March 1. lei-iinj .l.in. ,il Stuart .House .Inlemational Ltd.. vi\ per cení pid . scries A. 12 cents, h'cb 1. recurd .Ian 17 FORT tVlACLEOD ~ On offer by Fort Macleod Auction Market were 2,-head of cattle Slau^ter receipts consisted mainly of steers and heifers and prices remained fairly steady. Feeder steers and heifers were down a shade with calves also selling easier than last week’s calf sale SLAUGHTER CATTLE Al and A2 steers 43.75-44.85: A3 and A4 steers 42.7S-43.50: Al and A2 heifers 40.25-41.50; A3 and A4 heifers 99-40.10. Dl and D2 cows 32-34.90; D3 cows 2931-50; D4 cows 20-27; balogna bulls 3842. STOCKERS FEEDERS Good short keep feeder steers (850 to 1,100 pounds) «-45.25; good yearling steers (750 to 850 pounds) 47.50-50; (650-750 pounds) 46-19.75. Heavy feeder heifers (650 to 750 pounds) 39-4i. greener heifers (575 to 675 pounds) 4t>44.30. Good steer calves (400 to 500 pounds) 55 to 62; (Over 500 pounds) up to S9; good heifer calvcs (400 to 500 pounds) 44-40; with replacement quality 52.50. At Hlway 52, there were 797 head on offer. Al and A2 steers 46.10-47.10; A3 and A4 steers 44,60-45.80; Holstein steers 45; Al and A2 heifers 40.9041.70; A2 and A3 heifers 40.25-40.70. Stock cows and bred heifers Bred heifers Charolais cross $490-570; red white faces tJTO-450; back while faces $4«>^20. Stock cows Charolais cross *450-580; red white faces $400-485 An outstanding set of Charolais cross and red wbite face heifers bred Simmental from Hy-Grade Livestock sold from $650 to $960. Hog pricss EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to 11 a m. Friday provided by the Alberta Hgg F^oducers marketing board with Thursday average in brackets ■ Edmonton 49.65 ( 50.04). Red Deer: No sales (49.761. Calgary: No sales (50.56). Lethbridge' No sales (50.92). Lloydminster: No sales (49.651, Fort Macleod. ifo sales (51.50). Total hogs sold to 11 am.. 195, total sold Thursday, 6,771, avcraSe 50.19 Sows average 34.65. Currsncl«s MONTliKAI. I Cl* I — Friday’s mid-il;iv lurcign exchange nominal selling I.ite- .supplied by the Bank of Mont rea I Aiislr.ilia dollar 1.49 Ucrinuila dollar 1.02 China renminbi .5(W0 IH'nmark kroner .I5H0 l-'r.inci’ Iranc linancial .21130 tii'rniany mark .;ltS5 Italy lira commercial 001B4O .Fapan yen .OOIBBO    • Moxico pe.so .0H05 Spain posetu 0177 SwiC/orland Iranc .3020 ('nitiNl Stales dollar »9:10 I'nitcd Kingdtini jHiiind 2.25 I ' S S |{ ruble I :t:i95 i^iiolaliuns m c:aii,ii1ian lunds. Dollar vaiuo MOMTHKAL iCF) - U.S. dollar m tci ms ol Canadian funds at noon Fri-ila\ was down 1-50 at (0.99 4 25. Pound sIcrlmK was up 3-20 al *2.22 24-25 In Now York, (lie Canadian dollar . was up3-IIH)at*l (W 17-20. Pound sterl-itsji tt.is down 1-5 al -$2.24 17-20. market-vulue index had risen .12 to 93 27 Claiiitir.s that advanced included .\voii 1‘ioducls. up to (51’n; Walt l>is!u-\ I’roducliuns. up "i to $37; Kastiiiyti Kodak, up I'j to $105. awl I'ulLiruid. Up tu SB!»’ 1. in the multinational group that IMjsicd gains were Pfizer, up IS lo í:!!(v. International Business Machines up 5 to 4234. and Xerox, up" i tu Sl(«-i. U S Industries, the volume leader, ran counter to the irend. dropping’m to S7' >• Aniung Canadian.-i on the New York c\chan)ii‘. Dome Mines lust 3'i lo tflTl'j. and Mclntvre 1 lo »57. .\lcan gamed ’»I» SSfi. International Nickel ■■ I to W4"' I. Canadian Faciiie ' i' to ilii' 1. (ienstar ' i to $1B’k. Hiram Walkci 'i to S49">.. and Masscy-KergU-Min wa'i uncliatlged at $t6''n On the .\meriran exchange. Brascun named =« to $1H and Scurry Rainbow ilroppi'il ' I to $21''k. VANCOUVER I CP I — Prices were niixed in light trading at Itie close'of the Vancouver Stock Exchange Thar-Mlav. Volume was 1.830,525 shares. In the industrials. Captain Interna tionul was up 07 al .70 on 16,300 shares. Speculators Fund was unchanged at $1.05 on ?,100 shares. Bank ol B C trust units was down .25 at ,■*13.50 on 2.710 shares. Kev Industries was at .18 on 2.550 shares. Thermoplex was at .50 and lonarc was unchanged at In the mines. Northair was up .15 at .¥1.7« (in 15Ü.300 stores. Cutlass was iluwn .24 al ,92 on B3,8C0 shares. -Morthiur warrants was up .13 al .70 on K.-t.7lH) shares. Highhawk was up .04 al 2) un 4l).UflO shares. Copper Giant was down one-half cent al .12‘j and Colt was unchanged al .39. In the oils. Aladta Kenai was at $1.K on 151.1)00 shares Vargas was up .01 at .l!)on 17.500 shares Williams Gold was down .04 al 13 on 11.ÜOO shares. Monterey A was unchanged at .32 on 9,-iKKl shares. Trans Canada Resources wa-s down ,04 at $1.55 and C3iapparal was unchanged at .09. Winnlpog grain Stoeics Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal WINNIPEG (CP) - Rye prices weakened markedly and dipped below previou.s close levels at mid-session today on the Winnipeg Commodity E*-chjinge. Alter a strong opening, the upward trend was reversed and prices fell as much as 2’i cents below Thursday’s close. Flax prices also weakened, bat rapcsccd remained well above Thur-,s<lay’,s levels. Oats, barlev and deferred months of Thunder Bav' rápese^ were unchanged and generally inactive. Thurïülav's volume of trade was 327,~ 000 bushels of flax. 2.260 of rapeseed. U99.000 of rve, and no oats or barley. M!lJ-SliS."ilbN PRICES: Flax: May 2 higher 10.50A; July unchanged 9 70; Oct. unchanged S.B7B; Nov. not open. liapcseed Vancouver; Jan. 20 higher 7.11; March 14'a higher 6 88>a: June 10 liighor 6.44B: Sept unchanged B.44B. llapesccd Thunder Bay : IVtay 12' ) higher K54'iA: July 13 higher 6.45B; <lc( uncha.iged B.03B: Nov. unchanged - r, 85H, Oats. -May unchanged-1.56B; July not opun. Barley: May unchanged2.45'iB July unchanged 2 :iOB. live: May I'l lower 3.80. July 2'm lower':! Bti' iA; Nov not open. Grain quotes Thursday I^kehead; WeSTERN OILS . and mines Afton Mines Albany Oil Alminejt Asameta Ashland Oil Alta Ea»t Gas BP Canada Brenda Mines Can South Cdri Ex Gas Cdn Homesld Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Chlettan Cdn Super Dome Pete Dynasty Fort nellance Giant Mascot Gibraltar Mines Granitle. Gt Plains Gt Cdn OH S Lochiel Ex Lytton Min Noble Mines North Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn Pete Pan Oceart Petrol Pinnacle Pla(» Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Salbens Spooner Total Pete Ulster Pete United Canso West Pete West Decalta . miscellaneous . INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd Aquitaine BC Sugar A Pfd Block Bros ' Cdn Pac inv A Pfd Com Cap Corp Carling O’Keefe A Ptd Carling O'Keefe B Pfd Crestbrook Ind Crowsnest Ind Filcor) Copper F and M Trust ^ Genstar Global Com tJnlt Home A Home B Hud Say Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay A PId Hugh Russell C PId Husky Oil Husky on B PId Husky D War Husky E War Hys Qt Canada intar Prov Pipe Inter Prov Steel Kaiser Res Lohlaw C Pfd Magnasonios Pacific Pete Pac West Air Pe-Ben Oilfield Rainier tnc 7.25 ,74 7.25 13.25 11.75 e.oo 11.50 7.12'Æ 5.00 3.25 6.75 S.5Ú .18 10.50 67.00 39.00 9 00 .23 2.31 11.12'/ï 6.50 27.00 in.5û 2.70 t.07 .81 5.75 16.25 13.00 16.50 1.70 .21 .42 -55 4Î.7S 20.87'A 17.50 .35 6-67'A 1.32 23.12’y4 5.62’/i 7,50 10.75 25.00 14.12'A 3.50 33.25 - 2.50 24.50 26.25 9.00 26.00 11.25 5-00 15.75 40.00 50.00 45.00 17.00 46.B7’/4 50.00 50.00 22.75 39.00 7-37'yi ÿ.BJ'A 3.50 6.6S'.^ 13.25 4,25 25.00 5-75 30.76 7.87'.^ 6,75 3.87'A Royal Trust Sandweii Teledyne    . Trimac Ltd West Cdn Seed Westfield Min Weston A f»fd WIilte Yukon PIPE LINE STOCKS Alta Qas A Alta Gas PId Alta Nat Gas Inland Nat Qas Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Pfd N and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Trans Can Pipe Tr Can A PId Tr Can B Pfd Tr Can War WC Trans WC Trans Wts CALGARY Acroll Barons Oils , Nonn Continental VANCOUVER '    MINES Atlas Explor Batti Norse Danko« Davenport Dolly Varden Equltorial Res Lornex Primer Pyramid Siiv Standard Valley Copper INDUSTRIALS Colum Brewing Key industries Wardair OILS PRP Explor Plains Pete Pond Explor Stamp IntI Res MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Compound All Cdn Dividend    6 All Cdn Ventures    3 Amer Grow F    4 AGF Special    2 Cdn Investment F Com inter Com Leverage Com Venture Corp Investors Corp Invest S F Dreyluns f^ US Grt Pacific Grpd Income Grow Equity Invest Grow F Invest Mutual Mut Accum Mutual Grow F Nat Resources NW Cdn NW Growth ■ principal (àrowth Provident Mutual Roylund Templeton Growth United Accom Unlver Savings Univest Vanguard £5.75 5.50 4 10 а.£5 4.25 1.16 59.12'/! 9.25 10.50 68.00 19,3T’/f 9.50 б.25 65.50 11.00 21.as 10.25 32.50 60,37'/i 3B.00 S.QO 22.62'.i 3.50 Talking about bread Bill O. Mead, chairman of the American Bakers Association, predicts a shortage of wheat by late spring as he talks to newsmen in Washington. Mead said, “foreign buyers are hoarding U.S. wheat” and this will mean higher bread prices if there is any wheat to make the bread.    _ U.S. oil firms counter energy shortage criticism basis High Low Clwse Fla\ Mav 1MÌ2 1067 1048 •llv 985 970 970 Oct 911 »97 ' 897 Nov _ STS Rapciced Vancouver Jan «91 689 691 Mar 674 664 675 ,)un 654 S43 654 Sep - _ 644 M.iv S42 634 642 ■IK — (k-t — 603 N<iv — — 585 Oats Mav — — 156 ,llv — — 147“ Ï Barli-v M:iv — — 245'i •llv 230 Rye Mav 381'. 373'! 381'i ,lly :iB9 361'j 369 N(pv — — 351 Toronto mines, industrials (Supitlied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Metals U)N1)()N lAl'l - Closing metals hid-usk in pounds sterling a metric tini. Mlvcr in ponce a troy ounce: C’oppt'r-.Spol 8115-8%; futuresB78-879 Tin .<11111 2.7fS>-2.775; futures 2.B50-■¿.liri.T l.f.iri 'ipiil 2115-2W5, luSiirO'; 24S-L!4r, r, Zini- S|nil 4HB-41J2 luUircs4«l-482 POWER PINCH is not sliort term, White House energy chief John A. Love warns. The days of cheap and virtually limitless energy are over for the American consumer, he says. Silver SIKII 15211-15:i U7IÌ-H7B. ,’! months Qold prIcM l.ONDliN IA I’l “ Closing Riild prll•<■^ mils (liillurs an ounce l.diKlon I2I).0(1 Pans-■ ntiil'J I'r.iiikliiit 12! an Zurich 121(1» lloiit;Kmin 121 7S Iteirut - :!,90S M kiln Registered Retirement Savings Plan ‘B’ Now at HIGH INTEREST 9 y»%+ TAX SAVINGS Chicago markato t:Hft’AGO IAP) - Farm commodity luturcs pulled away from a sharp decline iin Ihc hoard of trade Thursday iiiul chiscd with a limit advance in Uie major piLs Alti-r a session of limit declines, wheat and soybean,') futures closed with fiams »[ ‘2(1 cents, com was up the limit 10 cents as was oats al si* cents. S<ivbciin Dll was up 101) (Kiifiti. or one cent a pound rfiivhean meal touihed the limit of »;ill a tiin. then retreated in the closing' M't^onds tlpcninj; prites were firm to stVong in wlioal. com, soytwans and the end products, but there was a period ol |ir(ifit-lukint! Then, it appeared, new hiivmK set in and prices took off. il was sjicculrKcd that the trade mis-iiilcrjiivii'il the covcrnment s aim in a Mif!(;csliiin Wcdnesdiiy that exports of nld-crop wheat he slowed until the new 1 riip 1^ iivaiiahlc. alter ,luly 1 The tliivcr>imc[it clarified its position l.ile VVnltn-sday that no shortage of wlical was fcarmi On llic Chicago Mercantile b:x-<'lianKc. live tioR luturcs fell under in Ml 11 -I akin);, while live ca ttle declined III) Ihc hfliel rash prices might ease MHin Tnrk Uellies (¡.lined nearly 100 |iiiinl.s .Shell eifis fell hack as much as iw ixiinls Demand continued stronj; for the so-i-al'cil inU'rnalional commodities. .Silver was up nearly nine eonis an ninu T and cotum named up to the tlO iiiiiii .1 halo Copper futures rose 150 pill Ills and wiKil advanced two to three ccnls Worlil siijiar contracts closed :» In fHi |xnnls hitiher. (iram clusc.    ' Wheal Mar S H'2; May S.tW, -lul 4111',. Sep 4 ft*. IVc 4 91 Corn Mar 2iW'< Ma> 2.i»'i. Jul 2!!!'; Sc!i2K’i. Dec 2.6(1. Mar 2.70 (>,ib Mar l.rij. Mjiv    Jul I rm' I. Sep I ..'i2 Acme Advocate Asb, Akaltcho Oralorne Brouian Bethl»nent BOTiS Brunswick Can, NW Land Canada Tung. Casalar Central Pat. Cttimo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake ' Cochenour Craigmont Dlchofison Mines D«ni3on Mines ' D'Eldona Pome Mines Discovery Mines East Maianic Ea»t Sullivan Fslconbridge Frobex First Meritimes Giant Y,K. Granduc Hollinger liudson Bay M&S Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Iso Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison    ■ iiey Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen fl.L, Malartic G.F, Martin McNeely MacIntyre Meta Midrim intern Mogul Nu West Homes New Atftona New Calumet Noranda A Northgate None* Pine Point placer Dev. Pan Exp. Quebec Man Flayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Stierritt Gordon Steep Rock Tek Corp. TexmonI United Canso Western Mines , WH Copper Mines Wright Hargreaves Willfoy Windfall    ■ Yellowknife Bear Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Abltlbl Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind A Jannock Agra Ind B0II Tel Brascan A .11 BC Tel Burns 1.30 BC Forest 1.S0 BC Sugar A 1.85 Bow Valley Ind .70 Cable 14.25 CAE Ind ZS.12'A Carling O'Keele 5.O0 Cnemcall 7.62'A Cdn Cellulose 3,05 Cal Pciwei 8.75 Coron Credit ,90 CWN Gas Ptd 1.00 Cdn Industries 4,70 Cdn Marconi 2,70 Cdn VIcKers .17 Chrysler CPR 1.05 6,25 Cominco 5.62’.^ Cons Bathurst 50,00 Cons Gas .38 Oist Seagrams 171-00 Dom Bridge 1.02 Domtar 5.62’/S Dom Textile 2.37 Dom Stores 60.50 Dome Pete ,23 Dolasco .66 Glen Mobile 1G.l2Vi Gn Cdn Oil Sands 3.S0 Sen Motors 44.50 Grt Lakes Paper 24.75 Cult Oil Cda .35 Greytiound 3.7S Hawker Sid 1-90 Hiram Walker .21 Huron Erie 12.87’.^- Imperial Oil .26 Imasca 42.00 Int Nickel 4.7B Iflt Pipe .05 W Inv Grp A 2-37 lU Inter 1.26 Indus! Accept -37 Kaps 53.00 Kelly Ooug A ,l3'/i Laureniide .13 Loeb a.5o Loblaw A 8.62'A tiletropolitan .19 Mass Ferg .23’/f McMIl Bloed 48.50 Moore Corp 4.9S M Olsons A .27 Molscins B 30.30 Nachurs 22.12'.4 Norm & Cent 1.25 Power Corp M4 ■ Price Co 1.10 Rothmans .29 Shell CDA 33,25 simpsons 12,87'/! Simp Sears 13.75 Steel Canada 1.67 Selkirk A , 3-40 Tenaco ' .22 •. Traders Grp A 22.87 Trans Mtn Pipe 3,00 Trans Can Pipe 3.00 Union Carbide 2-65 Union Gas • 1.16 Union Oil .14 United Slscoe 5.25 Versatile Mfg .08 Westeel 1.1.62’-i Westons Woodwards A West Cdn Seed 3S,37'^ Zenith Eiec l9.87'/i BA 15.00 Cdn imperial 5.75 Montreal 10.12W Nova Scotia 40.37’.i! Royal 15.87’,^ Toronto-Oom 49.00 14.1ÎW 19.00 20.50 2B-25 14.25 8.50 3.65 4.50 6,00 23.62VI 2.25 10.00 18.50 3.65 15.00 15.00 15.37VJ 32.76 2S.5Ü 32.75 41.00 36.00 21.25 9.00    . 11.87VI 38.50 28.50 6.25 10.50 46.75 24.00 32.75 17.75 5.00 46.87'/! 31.00 39.12',^ 28.00 34.00 20.50 7.75 17.00 16.50 4,70 5.00 e.50 3.Ô5. 5.00 10.50 16.37'/î 29.50 49.50 32.25 20.00 13 25 11,00 10.25 14.12'A 13.50 18.50 7.50 11.12W 28.75 13.50 24.75 14.75 15 50 32.50 16.25 9.75 13.37’.^ 6.00 6.25 18.00 19.00 18.75 4.25 2 60 27.75 18 50 35 75 34.37’y? 34 76 NEW YORK (AP) — In an unusual move apparently aimed to counter criticism of the oil companies’ role in the energy shortage, Texaco Inc. has released statistics on its United States petroleum inventories. ..The figures disclosed Thursday show that as of Jan. 1, estimated inventories of home heating oil, aviation fuel and diesel fuel were up 40 per cent from Jan- 1, 1973, levels. Texaco, third largest U.S. oil firm, explained that stocks of these middle distillates were expanded over last year’s "dangerously low” levels through imports and increased production to build up sufficient supplies for this winter. The Texaco statistics show gasoline stocks Jan. 1 about the same-'sis last year's and heavy or residual fuel oil inventories up slightly. However, crude oil feedstocks, the source of new petroleum product supplies, were down more than seven per cent, Texaco said. Big wheat sale made to Japan WINNIPEG (CP) - The Tribune says Japan has purchased 35.5 million bushels of Canadian Wheat valued at more than ^200 million. The newspaper, quoting grain trade sources, says the unusually large sale to Japan indicated that country is concerned about world grain supplies and is convinced that prices will continue to rise. The Japanese have general' ly purchased grain on a shortterm basis every few weeks. The sale reported is about five times the normal order with the bulk to be delivered by the end of July, A spokesman for the Canadian Wheat Board has refused to confirm or deny reports of the sale. The Tribune said the grain purchased' was No. 1 CW Canadian western red spring wheat, 13.5 per cent protein, at a price of about $5.65 a bushel, basis Vancouver. Since the sale, the Vancouver export price for the same grade of wheat has risen to $5,86% a bushel, a new high. Everybody seems to believe that wheat has reached its highest plateau, but that doesn't seem to be the case,” commented one Winnipeg grain broker. “Japan was obviously worried about the prices and felt that they will be going even higher in the future," In the past, wheat board officials have predicted that wheat will be in short supply this year and have said the United States may have made export commitments that it will be unable to fill as the year progresses. U.S. fertilizer shortage won’t be felt in Canada No UniiiittritiM Ckar|is PLAN "A" SELF ADMINISTiRED - NOMINAL PtCt fmKiwaaimimsi M PhOM 328-954« OoM futur«« WIN.MI'Kti it'l’i tiiild Kutures, I' ,s, Kiinil'i. Winnipt-R (.’iiminoililv Kn-l'Iiiin)!!' clinc Thiirsiljiy. ,l;in 74 12« 70A. Apr 74-125.W; Jly 7-1 l2'i ui. Oft ?4-i:i:iîtû; Jan 7,'i rittim. \\<‘(ln<'Ml.iv s viiliinio contraéis. ■••f futur«« ^^I^NH’Hti it'I'i l.ivc htci liitiiH-^ ('l'i!«‘ Thursikiv .liin TiD 0(1 \ . Mar HDtl u-i\ r/»2ôN .n\ MffliN Wr-ilncvii.n í vrïliinir li f(tntr»t'li« ISew York (SMpplicd by Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr, T»T Anaconda Beth. Slael Chryiter ConiMt Du póni Oenerai Motora (iuK . Irti, Harviwler Kenn. Copp*r Montgomery Ward dears Exwn Texas Quit Texas Co. V»ix Corporation 49.75    Wootworth    17 37'A 27.25    AeslingtiouM Elee.    23.37’.i 33.37'A    U.S. Steel 38 12’/» 15.25    Gen, Tel. Bee.    25.00 37.00 TORONTO AVÉflAGES 156.75    20 Industriali! 207.02 up .41 47.37VÍ    20 Oold* 500 74 up ? 54 22.87’/!    10 Base Metals 9* 05 down .39 iS-lî’A    15 Western Oils 256.92 down 13 42,87'/i    volume 1,579.000 20.50    new V0«K AVERAGES 81.12'^    20 Industrials 832.56 up 9 45 BS.SÚ    20 Rails tse.32 up 3.71 32.50    15 Utilities 91.76 down .76 2Í.ÍS    65 Slocks 26«. 48 up 2 80 13.37’-«,    volume 8,870,000 OTTAWA (CP) - A fertilizer shortage in the United States should have no effect on Canada, Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan said Thursday. Information from meetings with fertilizer manufacturers indicates enough suRiUes will be available to meet demand, he told Harold Danforth (PC— Kent-Essex) in the Comn^nns. Mr. Danforth asked fora detailed statement on stocks and anticipated prices. Mr. Whelan said he plans to make one after further meetings with industry officials. A report released by the Kemptville, Ont., agricultural college says the U.S. decision to lift the price ceiling on domestically-used ffcrliliiers, and to release 40 million acres from its land bank has increased the demand for fer-tiliier. Mr. Whelan told Angus MacLean (PC-Malpeqile) that one Prince Edward Island fertilizer plant is "running full blast now,” the earliest start ever, and others are planninij to begin production lioon. The company said gasoline stocks amount to less than one week’s supply and gasoline output was likely to diminish further because of inadequate crude oil supplies as well as government directives to produce more heating oil. Texaco said its refineries are now operating at a^at 85 per cent of maximum capacity but that refining operations would have to be reduoed because U.S. production of crude is peaking and foreign oil is being curtailed by the Arab oil embargo. The Texaco statement apparently was in reply to publish^ charges that the energy shortage might have been contrived by the oil industry. The figures released by Texaco: —Middle distillates: 22 million barrels, compared with 15.7 million a year earlier. —Gasoline: 23.3 million barrels, compared with 23,2 million barrels Jan, 1 last year. —Heavy fuel oil: 7.6 million barrels, up slightly from 7.4 million a year before. —Crude oil feedstocks: 17.6 million barrels, compared with 19.0 million barrels Jan. 1, 1973. Seeks seat on B.C. fruit board PENTICTON, B.C. (CP) -The president of the United Fruit Growers says he is running for a position on the British Columbia Fruit Board and could run against fruit board chairman Nigel Taylor. Hans Rhenisch of Cawston, B.C., told a UFG meeting here he is running for a board position at the British Columbia Fruil Growers Association convention next week. He also said he would run against incumbent Nigel Taylor, of Kelowna, B.C., if Mr, Rhenisch were nominated at the convention. Colleaux& Mills Chartered Accountants TABER,ALBERTA are pisased to announce the admission to partnership of s Mr. Ray Masuda, Chartered Accountant \ I ,vs*‘ ^l»Lií}■lîîüí1îVî; «roii ;