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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-15,Lethbridge, Alberta 44-^THE tlTHBHIDOl HIHAtO-TUMdty, JWHMrjr 19,1t74 Chicago mark«!» CHICAGO (AP) - Mdny comnwdity [utures posted impresMv? gains os major United States Exctung« Moodty. Fears thal inlUtior will edge higher and that some commudilses may be in tifihl ¡iupply later this year generally caused the buying. Colton futures rase as much as tlO a bate and tilver gained nearly 10 cents an ounce. Cocoa, world sugar, eotft* and copper futures also advanced Wheat futures advanced IS cents a bu!ihel. Jiisl two cents short o( a limit move for one day on the Board of Trade. Soybeans gained 12 cents, com and oats more th4n lour cents Soybean oil .row nearly ihe lOO points limit Pork bellies advanced their 130-point luQit for one seMlon. while shell eggs rose their limits of 200 points on ihe CMcago Memntile Exchange. Cattle futures closed tl higher and fiogs were up tl SO a hundredweight Gram close: Wheal. Mars««; Mav»«S. JulS03. Sep S.02. Dec S.Ofi ' Corn Mar 2W'i. Mav 2 92‘4. Jul Sep 2 S7. Dec 2.GS‘i. 2.T1>> Oats Mar l.S6>i: May    Jul I S<; Sep I SS Wlnnlpag orahi WINNIPEG I CP) - Oilseeds continued strong while rye eased in moderate activity at inid-session today on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange. Most of the acti«i was centered around rapesced, which moved up the itf-cent-a-Bushel trading ¡unit in four manihs. Plax was 1«^ active, but buyers pushed the price of one month to the ao-cent limit Rye turned around after opening unchanged to moderately higher, easing a-s much as five cents Oats and barley were inactive Monday's volume of trade was 259,-OOU bushels of flax, 1,074,U0U cf rye and no oals or barley MID-SESSION PRICES Flax- May^ 20 higher 10 H, July 18 higher lO.ltB. Oct. 30 higher 9 30B. Nov 1 higher 9.31B Rapeseed Vancouver Jan SO higher TSIB. Mar 20 higher T34B. June 18 higher T.I2A, Sept IS higher 6.93B Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 13 higher «.9SB. July IS higher e BO. Oct 20 higher ti.28B. Nov. 20 higher 6 KB Oats. May and July not open. Bariev: May and July not open Rye May 2^i lower 3.i7'aA. July S lower 3 82B. Nov. not open, B«#f futuras WINNIPEG (CPi - Live beef futures close Monday. Jan - SO.iSB. Mar 54.75A. iWay -55,75N. Jly - 54.00N. Friday's volume Two contracts WINNIPEG (CPl - Grain Monday basis Laliehead: High L»w n«* ' May    1074    104S Jly    m    SO Ocl    ffiO    Sli Nov    —    — Ripeued VaiKHver J«i    731    72« Mar    714    TOl Juil    «94    678 Thiikdtr Bay Mav    ti«2    «68 Jlv    «60 Oct    -    -Oils May    ~    - Jly    -    -Barley May    -    - X, ' ^ Mav    «»■ > aao Jlv'    3S7 S75 Nov    - - TSE prices mixed in early trading 1» 147^ï 24S'i 230 4W'4 387 Î77 Dollar valua MONTREAL (CPl - U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Tuesday was down i 50 at» »9 7-50. Pound sterling was down 4 3-50 at J2.171-10. In New York, the Canadian dollar was up 1-SO at $1 00 43-50 Pound sterling was down 4 1-100 at |a.lS. ENGINEERED HOMES LIMITED New bo»$ Directors of International Nickle Co. of Canada Ltd. announced Monday the election of L. Edward Grubb as chairman. LIvMtock Fort Maolaod FORT MACLEOD - On offer, by Fort Macleod Auction Market last week were fiOt head. Receipts consisted mainly of slaughter steers and heifers with active support on all classes of killing cattle The Stocker and leeder division saw mostly plainer types with one outstanding set of short keep Charolais cross steers selling from 91.50 to 52,50. SL\UCHTER CATTLE Al, A2 steers 49.10 to 49,80; A3, A4 steers 4S2S to 48.90: Bl, B2 steers 43.50 to 44 40. Al. A2 heiferü 43.80 to 44.40: A3. A4 heifers 41,50 to 43.20 Dl. D2 cows 3S to 37 60, with heifery kinds to 39 50. D3 COWS 31 to 34.75; D4 cows 27 50 to 30 50: bologna bulls 43 lo 46 75: with fed bulls to 48.50. STOCKERS AND FEEDERS Good short keep feeder steers (950 to 1 100 pounds I 49 to 52 50, heavy feeder hciters (800 to 900 pounds) 43 to 4S. A few calves were on offer with heavy steers selling 53 to 58 and a few feeder quality heifer calves from 43 to 49. Calgary R.A. ORR C.D. WILSON Mr. A. L. Simkin, Q.C., President of BACM industries Limited, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. R.A. Orr as ChalrmiDi of the Board and Chief Executive officer of Engineered Hbtnes Limited, a division of BACM, and of Mr. C.D. Wilson as President of Engineered    Mr=-Ort'has serve^'the company for many years, most liecently as President, while Mr, Wilson's recent position has been that of Vice-President for the Calgary region. Engineered Homes Limited is a large Canadian housebuilder operating across Western Canada. BACM and Engineered Homes are members of the Genstar Group of companies. CALGARY tCP) - Receipts to 11 a m Tuesday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled about 695 head, mosUy steers Trade was active. Slaughter steers and heifers met a good demand at prices |1 higher. Cows sold steady and a few bulls sold steady. Steers Al and 2 52.50-53.90, A3 5152.25. A4 47-50. Heifers A2 and 2 44.5046, A3 42 50-44.25, A4 40^2. Cows Dl and 2 33 25-35, D3 31.50-33, D4 27-31 Good bulls 43-45 50 Replacement cattle wete all steere in the BOO pound and up weigt range meeting » good demand. There were no stock calves on offer. Good feeder steers more than 850 pounds 50-55. Good feeder holstein steers more than 3» pounds 4044. Hogs fob Calgary to II a.m. average base price 49 40.50.10, Gold futuraa WINNIPEG (CP) - Gold futures, U.S funds, Winnipeg Commodity Exchange close Monday. Jan 74 ia6.75A; Apr 74 - 132.2SA; July 74 - 138.75A; Ocl74 -141,70, Jan 75 - 146 OOA. Friday's volume 197 contracts. TORONTO iCPi - Prices on the Toronto itock market were mixed in modérale mld-momiug tradl« today. The industrial index, considered Ibt main indKator of market tr«Ad. was ap .17 to JW,K Golds Icll .1« to sr.«. base metals .1* to lOt.Z» and «•st«a oils .11 to 254.54 Volume by II am. *ai «l.«0 shares, up from M6.000 at the same time Monday Eteclines outnumbered advattces IB Id 113 with I7S issues uiKlMnced Steel, real estate, food proceuint and twnk stocks were amoiic sectors of the martlet lo decline while pipeline, industrial mining, oil lefinmg and fnerchandiaing ieaues were higher. Trading resumed in shares of Holllwr Mines and of Jorex Ltd. following a halt Monday Jorotwasoff 31 cents to tl.OS and Kolllnger 4 to «46'! Occidental Pete rose I to Til. Texaco Canada 1 to W3'a. -\lcan to I36í», Peerteïs Rug ■» lo ts»! and Universal Sections ‘i to fS'i Falconbridge Nickel fell I'? U>tS74, Huron and Erie 1 lo t29‘i, E-L Financial -14 to *7',J, B C Sugar A »4 to 119^4 and Noranda A ^ to $49. Tara Exploration was off to and Falconbridge Copper '-t to IlffVi, Giant Yellowknife rose 1 to tl8*^ Ranger tost to f43‘ : and Asamera to Peyto gained ^ to í7ísi MONTREAL (CPt - Prices were genwally higner in moderate trading on the Montreal stock market today Volume On the Montreal Stock Exchange at 11 a.m. was 419,6*0 shares, compared with 256,100 shares at the same time Monday industnals rose S3 to 233.1», papéis .34 to 124.71, the composite ,17 lo 217.04, and utilities ,25 to 138.32 while banks fell t.79 to 2S7.4I. Imperial Oil rose -'i to Í3SÍ4, Pacific Petroleums Vj to f30'/i, Banque Provinciale du Canada Vi to flSVi, and Domtar Mi to lar» while TorontoDominion fell ^ to |35. Among junior issues, Macdonald Mines Ltd. rose II cents to Í1.06. trading 40,900 shares. VANCOUVER tCPt - Prices were mixed in active trading at the close Monday on the Vancotiver Stock Exchange. Volume'was 2,815,011 shares. Most active mdnstrial issue was Block Bros., up .05 at ^ 60 on a volume of 14.500 shares. Speculators rose .08 to tl.2S on a turnover of 13,200 shares, Dunhill Developments rose .05 to S4 on a volume of 4,700. E.D.P. Industries was unchanged at .23 on a volume of 3.500. Ge«ge Sparling rose .10 to ll.RO and All-Can B was unchanged at tZ.50. Ciipper Giant' was the most active mine issue, up .10 at .25 on a volume of 665.50C shares. Northair rose 13 lo 11 88 on a volume of 209.900, Consolidated Standard was unchanged ai .14 on a volume of 154,015. Northair warrants rose .10 to .88 on a volume of 113.600, Barrier Reef was up .06 al tl 96 and Highhawlc dropped .01 to .24. Rose Pass was the most active oil issue, up 02 at 42 on a volume of 27,500 shares. Alaska Kenai rose 05 to tl-30 on 23.050 shares, Seneca Developments rose ,02 to 11,10 on a volume of 12.000, Curraitclas MONTREAL (CPl - Tuesday s mid-day foreign exchange nominal selling rates supplied by Uie Bank of Montreal- Australia dollar 1.49 Bermuda dollar 1.02 China renminbu 4950 Denniark kroner 1560 Prance franc financial .2000 Germany mark .3590 Italy lira commercial 001630 Japan yen .003360 Mexico peso .0805 Spain peseta .0177 Switzerland franc .2990 United SUtes dollar .9930 United Kingdom pound 2.25 USSR ruble 1 3395 QuoUtions in Canadian funds. Five Sidr was up a cent a( .16 on a volume of 9.000. Clonex was up .0! at ,72 and August Petroleum rose 01 to NEW YORK (API - TTie slock nurket moved huitar today In active Iradini. twltierH year-end earnings report« and hofies that State Secretary Henry Kluii^r imghthelp achieve peace In the NDdeast. The noon Dow Jooet average of )0 Industrials was up T,<B at 847.86 Advances led dcclioM tl5 lo 4V7 among I .479 i»ues traded on the New York Stock Exdiange. , Among Canadii>n* on the New York exchange besides Dome Mines. Mcln-l.vre gained to tS6>4 and Alcjn lo *37^1 Hiram Walker sUpped >4 to «47%. Hudson Bay ‘4 to tie. Seagrams ■'i to *41, and Canadian Pacific to tie'«. InlNiiatiarial Nickel w«$ unchanged at $35'!. On the American exchange. Brascan lost ‘tl to $18' 1 and Scurry Rainbow 'a to $22>i DIvldanda By THE CANADIAN PRI2SS Dividends are quarterly unless olherwise noted. Baibiell Cominaitcatlani Ltd., nine cents, Jan. 31. record Jan 17. Corabiaed Eagiaeering Products Ltd., three months ended Nov. 30.1973. $131.600. 17 cents a share; 1972. $161.600. 21,9 cents. Fields Stores Ltd., five cents, semiannual, Feb. 1, record Jan. 22. Ftmocial Collectiin Ageaclei Ltd., six months ended Dec. 31: $527.446: 1972. $725,000. JohnsM .and .Johnson, .12^ cents, plus an extra five cents, U.S funds. March II, record Feb. 22. M. Loeb Ltd., three cents, March 29, record March 15. Mercantile Bank of Caimda, 12‘: cents, March 1, record Jan, 3i, Moffat CommuaicBtloiM Ltd., four cents. m, 28, record Feb. 1. Mount Royal Rice Mills Ltd., tune months endäl Nov. 30: 1973, $1,0^,020, $4.46 a Share. 1972, $284,782, $1.19. New .Calumet .Mines .Ltd., year ended Sept 30: 1973. $114,376 loss, 1972, $226,558. Piiillips .Fetroleum .Co., .35 cents, U.S funds, an increase of 2% cents, March 1. record Feb. 8. Reveiiloke Cos. Ltd., six-percent pfd.,30cents, March 1. record Feb 15. Sandwell «ad Co, Ltd., three months ended Nov 30 1973, $187,000 profit. 21 cents a share: 1972, $204,000 loss. 23 cents Matals LONDON (AP) - Closing’metals bid-ask in pounds Sterling a metric ton. silver in pence a troy ounce: Copper-Spot 894-896: futures 8«h889 Tin-spot 2,970-2,990; futures 2,7952,800 Lead-spot 258-259; futures 261-262 Zine-spot 550-554; futures 529-529.5 Sllver-spot 158J-IS8S: 3 months 164.3-164.4 Hog pricaa EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to 11 a.m. Tuesday provided tiy the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board with Monday average In brackets; Edmonton- 49.00 ( 50,081. Red Deer: 48.75 1 52,32), Calgary; 49,40 (SlS7t. Lethbndge No sales (51,411 Lloydminster No sales (50 57) Fort Macleod. No sales (50.30). Grande Prairie No sales (51.61). Fairview No-sales (50 50). Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 675, total Monday. 10,511. average 51.94. Sows average 34.65,    ' 1 PULL YIAR DBPRBCIATI0N7?? We hav* reduced the price or our present stock of 73 PLYMOUTH FURYS .21% and MORE to alkw jM 1 fun leir's depieditiM cost ONLY 3 - 73 PLYMOUTH FURY OEUIIOS LEFT Includiitg thi« one pictured above. No.a»i 1973 PLYMOUTH rURY III 4 DOOR HARDTOP Blua Metallic. 360 V-8, auto.. P.S., power disc brakes, wtille wall tires, accessory nghl, clock, lender skirt», power trunk release, radio, white vinyl root, air conoitioning. LlatPriG«S127.30.    . NOW ONLY ....................................... ^4800 1973 PLYMOUTH PURY II 2 DOOR HARDTOP Chestnut Metallic. V-S, auto.. P5, power disc brakes, while wall tires, accessory light package, rear defogger, radio tt«tPrlc»S203.4». NOW ONLY ....................................... ’4080 N0.24M 1973 PLYMOUTH PURVII4 DOOR SIDAN Beig*, 3IH>, V-8. auto.. P.S.. power brakea, while tide wall tiraa, rear detogger, power trunk raMaaa. radio, rear apMkar, many more extra« included. LMPMctSIM.M. NOW ONLY ....................................... *3870 2 DAILY RENTAL UNITS LEFT AT 25% OFF 1973 PLYMOUTH PURY 1-4 SOOR 9IDAN No, 447* V-S aulo., P.S , power disc brake«, radio. List Pric* 4832.45. NOW ONLY .................................... 1973 PLYMOUTH FURY II 4 DOOR SEDAN tts. 1S07 V-S, auio., P.S., powerdi*cbrake«, radio LMPrtfi* 50*3.7« NOW ONLY .................................... Ask about our IS month or It,000 mil« •xtorwion w«rr«nty •Y«ll«W«t «3624 «3810 d^^e/ni/vo mOTORS Plljinnuih LETHBRIDGE CeriMr of 1M Avo. « 7lh ttraot South Ptieno 327>ini Tlw HeraUl’ Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal western oils Royal Trust 25,75 AND MINES Sandwell 5.50 Atton Mines 8.00 Teledyne 4.10 Albany Oil .71 Trimac Lid 8 50 Alminex 7.12'.^ West Cdn Seed 425 Atamsra 12.25 Westfield Mm ' t.20 Ashland 11.60 Weston A Pfd 59.12W Alla East (las 6.25 White Yukon 9.00 BP Canada 11.7S PIPE LINE STOCKS Brenda Min«a 7.50 Alta Gas A 10.37'^ Can South 6.00 Alta Gas Pfd «7.50 Cdn Ex Oas 3.30 AHa Nal Gas 19.37'A Cdn Homestd 6.87',4 Inland Nat Gas 9.62'.^ Cdn Ind Oas Oil 8,75 Gaz Metro 6.12W Cdn Long Is .16 Gaz Metro A Pfd 65.50 Chieitan 10.12',^ N and C Gas 10.75 Cdn Super Dome Pete 56.50 N and C a Pfd 21.50 39-50 Pacific Trans 10.76 Dynasty 9.25 Trans Can Pipe 33.00 Fort R^iance .22 Tf Can A Pit) 60 50 Oiant Mascot 2.40 Tf Can B P(d 37.90 Gibraltar Mines 11.12'A Tr Can War 4 80 Granisle 8.50 WC Trans 22,50 01 Plains 26.00 WC Trans W(s 3,85 Gt Cdn Oil S 10.S2'Æ CALGARY Loohiel Ei a.es Acroli ,60 Lylton Min Noble Mines 1,10 Barons Oils .04 ,82 N Continental .02 North Cdn Oils 5.87'A West Warner .30 Nomac 16.50 VANCOUVER Pancdn Pete 12.75 MINES Pan Ocean ■ 16.00 Atlas Expior ,35 PeUot 1,72 Bath Norse 1,06 Pinnacle .21K Oankoe 2.15 Place Gas .42 Davenport 34 Ponder ' ,55 Dolly Varden .26 Ranger 43.60 Equitonai 14 Scurry Ram 22.00 Lornex 9,35 Seibens 17.62W Primer 09 Spooner .33 Pyramid ,12 Total Pete 7 00 Silv Standard ' 1 75 Ulster Pete 1,37 Val Copper 9.30 United Canso 21.62 Vi INDUSTRIALS wesi Pete 6.0C Colum Brew 3,00 W Decaila «.00 Key Industries Wardair .15 1.4S MISCELLANEOUS OILS ■ IIMDUSTRieS August Pete Plains Pete .72 Acres Ltd 10 87',^ .20 Aquitaine ec Sugar A Ptd Block Bros 25.00 Ponder Explor 70 14.00 Stamp Inti Res ,78 3.60 IMUTUAL FUNDS Cdn Pac Inv A PId 33.50 All Cdn Compound 6.33 6.88 Com Cap Corp 2.50 AU Cdn Dividend 6 69 7.27 Carling O'Keefe A Pfd 24.00 All Cdn Ventures 3.34 3.63 Carlins O'Keefe B Pfd 28 37'.^ Amer Grow F 4.79 5.28 Crestbrook Ind 8.25 AGF Special 2.52 Crowsnest incj Z6.00 Cdn invesi F 4.80 5.27 Falcon Copper 10.87'A Colleciive Mut 5.08 5.57 F and M Trust Co 5.00 Com inter 12.94 14.22 Genstar 16.S0 Com Leverage 3 02 3.32 Global Com Unit 39.00 Com Venture 5.25 5.77 Home A 50,37'/! Corp Invest 6.16 6 77 Home B 45.75 Corp Invest S F 4.82 5.30 Hud Bay Co 17.25 Dreyfus Fund US 10 44 11.44 Hud Bay Oil 46.00 Grt Pacific 4,49 4.91 Hud Bay A Pfd 50,00 Grpd Income Grow Equity 2,98 3,28 Hugh Russen 50,50 7.17 7.88 Husky Oil 22,25 Invest Grow F 11.45 12.62 Husky B Pfd 39.00 invest Mutual 5,57 6 08 Husky D War 7.25 Mutual Accum 6.05 6.66 Husky E War 10.00 Mutual Grow F 3 15 3 46 Hys ot Canada 3,45 Nat Resources 4.72 6,19 inler Prov Pipe 7 00 NW Cdn 5.07 5.57 Inter Prov Steel 13.25 NW Gruwih 4 37 4.80 Kaiser Res 4.25 Principal Grow Pravident Mut 5.96 6.61 Lobiaw C PId 2SMV, 7 17 7.64 Magnasonics 5,75 ftoyfund 0.64 6.91 Pacific Peie 30,00 United Accum 447 491 Pac Weal Air B.OO Univer Savings 7.80 e.se Pe-Sen Oiliieid 6.75 Univesl 5 64 6 20 Rainier Inc 3,75 Vanguard 5.66 6.20 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplieil by Richardson Securities of CaDada) Acme lO'/t Advocate Asb. 1.30 Akaiicho 2.20 Bralorne 1.90 Broulan .66 Bethlehem 14.12',^ Bovis 1.75 Brunswick 4.90 Can. MW Land e.iivt Canada Tung 3.06 Cassiar 9.87'A Central Pat 1,00 Ctilwo 1.02 Comwest 4.75 Cons, Rambler 2.58 Coin Lake .18 Coehenour 1 10 Craigmoni . 8.25 Dickenson Mines 6.25 DeniEon Mines SI.00 D'Eidcna .39 Dome Mines 177,50 Discovery Mines East Malartic 1.09 6.00 East Sullivan 2.33 Falconbridge 57.37W Frobex . .22 First Maritimes .66 Giani Y.K. 18.12’A Gran due 3.50 HOiltnger 46 00 Hudson Bay MAS 24,62’,^ Hydra Ek. 35 Iron Bay 3.70 ISO . 1 94 Joliet Quebec ■23H Kerr Addison 13.12'4 Key Aoacon Labrador .27 42.00 Lake Shore 5.25 Langis Silver Madsen RL, .06 2.66 Malarlic Q.F. 1.30 Marlin McNeeiy 39 MacIntyre 54.00 Meta 13W Mldrim .15 Intern Mogul Nu Wesi Homes 8.50 8.50 New Alhona .18W New Calumet .31 Noranda 49.00 Northgala 5 37'.^ Noriex .26 Pine Point 32 75 Placer Dev. 22 37'.^ Pax Exp 1 27 Quebec Man .15 Rayrock 1.15 Radiore .33 Hio Algom 33 25 Roman Corp 13 Sherrill Gordon ■ 13.87',^ Steep Rock 1 94 Tek Corp, 3.40 Texmonl .20 uniled Canso 22 00 Western Mines 315 WH Copper Mines 3 00 Wnghl Hargreaves 2.81 Willroy 1 22 Windfall .13 Yellowknife Bear 5 75 Zenmac .08 INDUSTRIALS Abilibl 11.25 Atcan 36.87'■4 Algoma Steel 19 60 Alco ind A 14.25 Jannock 5 87'A Agra Ind 10 12Vj Beil Tel 40 25 Brascan A 1600 Amr T4T 50 25 Anaconda 28.00 Beih Steel 34.62'.* Chrysler 16,87’^ Conisal 37.37'A Dupont 160 50 General Motors 4Í7S Gulf 23.00 Ini Harvester 25,*7’,^ Kenn. Copper 44 62’^ Monteonwry Ward 20.62'.* Sears S2 00 Eimon #7 25 Texas GuH 3Î7S T«mi C«. Wi»i Corporation 13 87'4 Open quota for oats in effect WINNIPEG (CP) - An open quota for oata, allowiOK producers to deliver ludimitea quantities, has been authorized on a short-term ha«is, the Canadian Wheat Board announced Monday. The open quota, which is effective immisdlately, is sut^ ject to cancellatlcm on or before April IS, 1974. The actual terminât!«! date will depend on the rate of producer deliveries and as much advance notice as poasible will be given on the closios date. ec Tel    49.00 Sums    14.12'A BC Forest    18.75 aC Sugar A    I9.2g eow Valley ind    28.12W cable    14.?5 CAE Ind '    S.S2'/i Carling Q'Keale    3,75 Chemceil    4.80 C<jn Cellulose    S.6T'/i Oal Power    22,62 W Coron Credit    2,25 CWN Gas    10,00 Cdn Industries    18.62% Cdn Marconi    3 80 Cdn Vickers    15,00 Chrysler    17.00 CPR    ì5.ì2'/i Commco    32.50 Cons Balhurs    2S.7S Cons Gas    16,00 □ist Seagrams    40.75 Dom Bridge    36.00 Domtar    zi 63',^ Dom Textile    8,7S Dom Stores    11.87'/! Dome Pela    39,25 Oolasco    27.75 Glendale Mobtle    6 25 Grt Cdn Oil    10,37'/4 General Motors    48 25 Grt Lakes Paper    24.00 Gulf Oil Cda    32,00 Greyhound    17 75 Hawker Sid    4.90 Hiram Walker    47.50 Huron Erie    29,25 Imperial OH    39.t2’/i Imasca    28.00 Int Nickel    35-12'A tnl Pipe    21.37'^ Inv Group A    fl.OO lU imern'l    16.62'A Indusi Accept    16.76 Kaps    4 SO Kelly Douglas A    5.12'.4 Laurentide    8.75 Loeb    3.70 Lobiaw A    S 00 Metropolitan    1050 Mass Ferg    17.25 McMillan Bloed    29 75 Moore Corp    49.S0 Moisons A    22 37Vi Molsons B    21 00 Naehurs    13.62’.4 Morth Cent    10,75 Power Corp    10.25 Price Co    14 00 RolHmans    13 87’/! Stieli CDA    18,75 Simpsons    7 62'.^ Simp Sears    11,12'-4 Steel Canada    28 00 Selkirk A    13.S0 Tci<aco'    43,25 Traders Grp A    15,00 Trans Can Pipe    32.62’'i Union Carbide    16 00 Union Gas    9,50 union OH    13,37'/2 United Siscoe    6 00 Versatile MIg    6AZ'/i Wealeel    17 75 Westons    18.75 Woodwards A    18.75 West Cdn Seed '    4.25 Zenitfi Elee    2,60 BANKS Cdn Impenai    26.25 Monlreal    18.2S Nova Scoti*    35.25 Royal    34 00 Toronto-Dom    34.75 I\ew York (Sapplled by RldUirdwii Secarities of Canada^ Woolworm    1S37VÌ Westmflhouse Elee    23 62Vi U S Steel    39.62'/ì Gert Tet. Elee    25,25 TOfiONTO AVEflAGES 20 Industriais 207,97 ua .62 20 Golds 524 21 down 3 52 10 Base Metals 100,38 down ,07 15 western Oils 255.92 up 1.19 volume 1,600,000 NEW YORK AVEftAOES 20 industriala 850 63 up 1045 20 Rails 192.35 up 2,12 15 UIHitie* 92.44 up 77 65 SfOCkS 272 41 up 3 06 vokmt 8.470.000 new quota is designed to being about a quick Increase in produccers deliveries of oats to meet domestic needs in eastern Canada during the winter months. The latest wheat board survey of elevator managers shows sub' stantial supplies of oats are still to be d^vered this year and produ(!ers are urged to talce advantage of the open quota as soon as possible. R. M. Esdaie, commissioner of the wheat board, said virtually aU of the stocks of oats in country elevators have already been committed for shipment and local sales and extra deliveries from producers are needed now to meet the additional requirements in eastern Canada in the coming weeks. U.S. dollar registers sharp rise LONDON (AP) - The American doHar rose sharply on European exchanges today, apparently resuming its strong rise of the last two months. The British pound fell to a record low. On nervous markets, where some London dealers reported many inquiries but not too much trading, the pound was-quoted at a low of 12.1980, down fr«n 12.2300 at Monday's close. The previous low for the pound was 2,2195, recorded eight days ago. London dwlers aald some traders indicated tb^ fdt the pound bad dropped too far, in reaction to the countn's economic crisis, and held back from entering the market. Feed grain price hiked WINNIPEG (CP) - The Canadian Wheat fioard today announced increases, effective immediately, in the domestic selling prices for prairie feed grains. No. 3 Canada western spring wheat increases one-quarter of a cent to |3.80% a kshei, No. 1 feed barley 3% cents to f2.S2^ and No. 1 feed oats to »l.STV*. The new prices reflect the latest survey by the board of “off-board” prices, which are the going prices being paid for feed grains in the prairies. New tire price \jv TORONTO (CP) - Several tire manufacturers said Wednesday they are considering the possibility of another price increase this year. Most major companies increased car tire prices seven per cent and truck tires 10 per cent effective Jan. 1. However, several said these increases did not include a 15-per-cent increase in the price of synthetic rubber from Poiysar Ltd. of Sarnia, Ont., which takes effect Jan. 15. “It’s going to be a terrible year in the tire industry,” one spokesman said. J, P. Wadsworth, vice-president of General Tire and Rubber Co. of Canada Ltd., Barrie, Ont., said in an interview an increase is "definitely necessary within six months.” “The increase in U74 will probably fall in the area of six or seven per cent for passenger tires and 10 to 12 per cent for truck and specialty tires,” he said. When asked about another increase a spokesman for Dunlop Canada Ltd., Whitby, Ont., said; “t would like to know the answer myaelf. We really don’t know from day to day.” RICfl IN MINEIULS SoMieni QMtae ts ridi in miMnli,    WNii*. ;