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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-21,Lethbridge, Alberta Large trade deficit recorded by Britain LONDON (AP) - BriUin suffered a loss of £330 million (9726 million) in its trade with the rest of the world in Decemlwr,. the government announced today. It was the second-highest trade deficit for any month in British history, surpassed only by the trade loss of £359 milUon (f7B9.S million) in October. The figures mean that for the year 1973 Britain is almost certain to record its worst annual trade loss ever. Experts B.C. bank starts new banking plan for the elderly VANCOUVER (CP) - The Bank of British Columbia has announced a new package banking service for senior citizens aged 65 or more. The service, called the pioneer plan, features a savings account that wilt offset the impact inflation has on the interest acquired through a regular savings account, a bank official said. Senior citizens will not be charged for the services they receive under the plan. Bank of B.C. vice-president Wayne W. Allen said the most striking aspect of the plan is the “inflation fighter” savings account. “The bank of B.C., like all the other banks, has high-yield savings accounts and pays interest twice a year. But now, for the first time in Canadian banking, the Bank of B.C. will pay interest monthly,” Mr. Allen said. The interest will be ad* Justed, based on the consumer price index. Mr. Allen said a deposit of $1,000 within one year at a compounded interest rate of 7V4 per cent would earn 974.96 in interest. If the cost of living index rose by six per cent during the year the holder of the new type savings account would receive an additional $4.50 for total interest of ¥79.40. This would make the effective interest rate close to eight per cent.” The plan goes into effect Monday and will be introduced at the bank’s Calgary and Edmonton branches when they are opened later next we^. Mr. Allen said the plan would be beneficial to elderly people and also would broaden the bank’s consumer base. expect this to be about £3.5 billion <17.7 billion). A government announcement, however, said preliminary estimates showed a likely trade deficit for 1973 of £2:348 billion ($4.275 billion). This too would su^ss the previous record loss in 1964 of more than £700 million ($1.960 billion) at the exchange rate then. Financial sources said the government is likely to revise the estimated 1073 loss upward when the full effect of oil'price increases is taken into account. The trade loss has been the major factor behind the steady downward floarof the pound which dripped to an all- ' time low oi f2.1^ just before the trade figures were announced today-from the year’s high of $2.59. Britain’s financial troubles are likely to get worse in the immediate future. Arab oil price increases may add another £2 billion ($4.4 billion) to Britain’s import bills in 1974. Meanwhile, a miners’ work slowdown and the energy crisis have forced introducUon of a three-day work week to save fuel. Production losses from the shorter week will cut BriUsh export earnings in the coming months. The combination of higher import .biUs from oil and lower export earnings is certain to hurt the pound. In December, the department of trade and industry said, British exports tolled £1.022 billion ($2.248 billion). Imports toalled £1.352 billion ($2.974 bilUon). Soviet Union leads world chemical fertiliser field By THEODORE SHABAD New York Times Service NEW YORK - The Soviet Union has announced that in 1973 it became world’s leading producer of chemical fertilizer, surpassing the United States for the first time. The contention,"made by the minister of the chemical industry, comes at a time when American industry, throught the Occidental Petroleum Corporation, is preparing to implement an 58-billion, 20-year deal to develop Soviet fertilizer production further. Despite growing production, the United States has suffered from a general tightness of supply because of increased crop acreages. The situation has been worsened by the Arab oil embargo because some vital nitrogen-based fer- Co-ops rap elevators for grain cleaning job EDMONTON (CP) - Grain elevator companies are doing an inadequate job of cleaning seed, says the association of Alberta Co-op Seed Cleaning Plants Ltd. George Crampton, secretary of the association, says the association is "looking for more enforcement of the regulations governing the cleaning of grain in elevators and leaving the elevators as seed,"    . The association's 72 member plants clean more than 80 per cent of Alberta’s seed, he said. the problem, he said, is the elevator cornpanies come under federal regulations and so are not subject to provincial inequality control inspections. Orlen Bratvold, director of the plant industry division of the -department of agriculture, told the association meeting the province is prepared to cover one-third of the cost of replacing seed cleaning plants in an effort to replace deiapidated buildings during a period of high construction costs. The Herald-Monacy, January 21. 1»74 - THE LETHBHIDOC HERALD - IS Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Doherty Limited Stock exchange records sharp operations loss VANCOUVER (CP) ~ The* Vancouver Stock Exchange lost 558.8S0 on its operations during 1973 when a sharp decline in trading activity brought about a resultant loss of revenue, the Exchange said in statement released today. It marked the first time that the exchange, a non-profit organization incorporated in 1907, had issued a financial statement of its affairs to the public. In previous years, the financial statement was circulated only to members. Michael Ryan, chairman of the exchange, said the decision to make the statement public "recognizes current trends where the public is taking more interst in institutional affairs." Revenue during the year amounted to $1,192,257, with more than $950,000 made up of assessments against members and fees charged listed companies. Expenditures totalled $1,251,117, with salaries and fringe benefits for staff accounUng for $713,000. In 1972, when the exchange chalked up a $8,523 profit, revenues toalled $1,374,232 and expenditures $1,160,797. Mr, Ryan said he was “very optimistic” that the exchange would operate in the black in 1974. The trading volume on the exchange was running about 3 million shares a day and “we could be in for a big second half.” “I think the economiy is generally stronger and improving," he added. Set record DULUTH, Minn. (AP) ~ Movement of import-export cargoes through the port of Duluth-Superior in 1973 set an all-time tonnage record. Duluth Port Authority Director C. Thomas Burke said today final reports show that international cargoes reached S,933,S48 tons in 1973, a 70,3 per cent increase over the 5,245,344 tons handled in 1972. tilizer components are derived from petroleum. After having lagged far behind western industrial countries in fertilizer output, the Russians began a crash development program in the 1950’s, when their production represented only about one-third of that of" the United States,    . Since then total availability of farm chemicals increased more than nine times in the Soviet Union compared with a three-fold rise in the United States, . ' The Soviet program was designed to insure more reliable crop yields from year to year by overcoming a general lag In farm technology. Agriculture has traditionally been one of the weaker links in the Soviet economy, and occasional grain crop failures such as one last year have required heavy imports from abroad. Despite the claimed leadership in fertilizer production, the Soviet Union is still far behind the United States in farm performance. For example, output per farm worker in the Soviet Union is only one-uinth of American productivity, and the Soviet Union uses about 30 per cent of its labor force in agriculture compared with 4 per cent in the United States. Both the Soviet Unioh and the United States are major producers of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers, but while the Russians export one-third of their potash output, the United states is a net importer of potash, mostly from Canada. Crop value shows big increase FARGO, N.D. (AP) ~ The value of North Dakota's 1973 crop production was up 115 per cent from the 1972 value total production was the second largest in the state's history, according to the North Dakota crop and livestock reporting service. Officials said the value will reach $1.77 billion. The increase was credited to higher prices for all crops. Wheat was the most valuable crop , and accounted for nearly twb-thirds of the total. Wheat was valued at $1.147 billion. Barley was second at |196 million, hay was worth $119 million and oats $77 million. Potatoes came to $62 million and flax $60 million, according to the service. Those crops were followed by sunflowers at $31 million, soybeans $30 million, com $22 million and dry edible beans $30 million. WESTERN OILS and mimes Afton Mines Albany Oil AlfDlnex Asamera Ashland Oil Alta E3£l Gas BP Canada Brenda Mines Can Soulliern Cdn Exp Gas Cdn Homeswad Cdn Ind Gas Cdn Lonfl Island Chielian Cdn Superior Dome Peie Dynasty For! Reliance Giant Mascot Qlb Mines Granlsli! Great Plains Gt Cdn OU Sds Lochlel Exp Lytton Minerals Noble Mines North Cdn Oils Numac Pancdn Pete Pan Ocean Petrol    . Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Oil Scurry Rainbow Seibens Spooner Total Pete Ulster Pete    - United Canso WC Pete West Oecalta    ^ MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd Aqultaifte BC Sug A PM Block Brothers Cdn Pac inv A Pfd Com Cap Corp Carling O'Keete A PId Carling O'Keefe B Pfd Crestbrook For Ind Crowsnest Indus .Falcon Copper F and M Trust Co ‘ Genstar Glob Com Units Home Oil A Home Oil B Hudson Bay Co /Hudson Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil A Pfd Hugh Hus C Pfd Husky Oil Husky Oil B Pfd Husky Oil D War Husky OH E War Hys of Canada Int Pro Pipe War ini Pro Steel Kaiser Resources Loblaw C Pfd Magnasonlcs Pacific Pete Pac weal Airlines Pe-Ben Oilfield Rainier Inc Royal Trust Sandwelt B.12’,4    Teledyne . .63    Trimac - '7.12W    West Cdn Sd Pro 11.75    Westfield Min Weston A Pid 7.50    winite Yukon 12.25    PIPE LINE STOCKS 7.50    Alla Gas Line A s.as    Alta Gas Line Pfd 3.30    Alla Nat Gas 7.00    Inland Nat Gas 9.12'A    Gaz Metro .18    Gaz Metro A Pfd 10.75    N and C Gas 5B.S0    N and C Ga» B Pfd 41.00    Pac Gas Trans 8.75    Trans-Can Pipe ,22    Tr-Can Pipe A Pffl 2,36    Tr-Can Pipe B Pfd 11.37'A    Tr-Can Pipe War 5.50    WC Trans 28.25    . WC Trans Wts 10.75    CALGARY 2.75    Acroll I.OS    Barons Oils .78    N Continental 5,87',4    West warnfif 16.1VANCOUVER 12.62’/4    MINES 16.30    Atlas e*plof 1.S5    Bath Norse .21    Dankoe .47    Davenport .52    Dolly Varden 40.00    Equitorlal Res 21.25    Lornex 17.75    Primer .32    Pyramid 6.75    Silv Standard 1,33    Valley Copper 22.00    INDUSTRIALS 6.00    •    Colum Brew 8.00    Key Indus Wardair OILS 1Q.50    August Pete S$.00    Plains Pete 14.00    Ponder Explor 3.60    Stamp Inti Res - --    MUTUAL FUNDS 11,37'A 65.00 19.37’A 9.67'A 6.26 ■ 64.00 11.12’^ 23.00 10.62VÎ 33.35 61.50 37.75 5.00 S3.25 3.95 .65 .02 .04 ,25'A .34 1.20 2.65 .37 .31 .16 9.35 .10 .f2 1 8S 9,50 3,00 .15 1.45 .80 .20 .68 .83 Horsepower Forest thinning ojperations have brought return of horse to logging at Rayonier's Jordan River. B.C. site on Vancouver Island. Barry Bryan uses 10-year-otd horse Midnight Baron to clear away bits and pieces of timber which can't be reached by machine. Small trees are being removed to allow more growth room. TSE industrial issues drop; gold still strong £.50 All Cdn Compound 6.45 7.01 25.00 All Cdn Dividend 6.82 7.41 28.37'^ All Cdn Ventures 3,40 3.69 8.00 Amer Grow F 4,80 5.27 26,50 AGF Special 2,54 11,00 Cdn Invest F 4,90 5.38 5.00 Collect Mutual 5,20 5.71 16.75 Com Inter 13.20 13.30 40.00 Com Leverage 3,13 3.13 53.00 Com Venture 5.3B 5-38 48.26 Corp Invest 6.24 6.86 17.12’/2 Corp Invest S F 4.85 5.33 47.00 Dreylus Fund US 10.54 11,55 50,00 Grt Pacific 4.47 4.89 52,00 Grpd Income , 3,01 3.32 23.00 Grow Equity 7.24 7.96 39.25 Invest Grow F 11.77 12.86 8-12« Invest Mutual s,es 6.17 10-00 Mutual Accum 6,14 6.75 3,36 Mutual Grow F 3,20 3.52 7,25 Nat Resources 4,80 5.27 14,37'/i NW Growth 4,44 4.88 4,40 Princ Growth 4,38 4.60 25.25 Prov Mutual 7,30 7-98 6.00 Roytund 6.71 8.98 33.25 Temple Grow 7.18 7.87 7.75 Unit Accum 4.54 4.99 e.B7’A 3.75 Unlver Savings Univest 7.86 5.64 l:fo Vanguard 5.78 6,31 Toronto mines^ industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Burns Acme .11 BC Forest Advocate Asb. 1,30 BC Sugar A Akaitcho 2,75 Bow Valley Ind Brâlorne 2,10 cable Broulan ,70 CAE Ind Bethlehem 14.25 Carling 0‘Keele Bovis 1,65 Chsmcell Brunswicif 4,85 Cdn Cellulose Can NW Land . 8.00 Calgary Power Canada Tung. 3.10 Coron Credit Cassiar 10.12'A CWN Gas Ptd Central Pat, 1.15 Cdn Industries Cfiimo 1.15 Cdn Marconi Conwest 4.80 Cdn VIckors Cons,' Rambler 2.57 Chrysler OPR Coin Lake .21 Cochenour 1-36 Comincq Cralgmont S,12Vi Cons Bath Dickenson Mines 7,75 Cons Gas Denison Mines 51,25 DIst Seagrams D'Eldona ,41 Oom Bridge Dome Mines 185,00 Domlar Discovery Mines 1,15 Dom Textile East Malartic 7,1Z'/i Dom Stores East Sullivan 2.29 Dame Pete Falconbridge 57,37'A Dolasco FroOe* .21 Glendale Mobile First Maritimes Glanl rK. .66 Grt Cdn Oil Sands 20.S0 Gen Motors Granduc 3.50 Grt Lakes Paper Hollinger 44.50 Gulf Oil Cda Hudson Bay MSS 24.87V; (greyhound Hydra Ex. .48 Hawker Sid Iron Bay 3.60 Hiram Walker Iso a.o4 Huron Erie Joliet Quebec .23 Imperial Oil Kerr Addison 14,37'A Imasca Key Anacon ,26 Int Nickel Labrador 41,60 tnl Pipe Lake 3hore 5,62'.^ Inv Group A Langis Silver ,05 lU International Madsen R.L. 3,25 indust Accept Malartic G.f. 1,65 Kaps Martin McNeely .42 Kelly Doug A MacIntyre S0.25 Laurentlde Meta .14 Loeb Midnm . -15 Lqblaw A intern Mogul Nu West Homes B-37’,4 Metropolitan B.S7'Æ Massey ferg McMil Bloed New Athona .22 New Calumet .32 ■Moore Corp Noranda 46,62« Moisons A Northgate 5.25 Molsons B Norlex ,26’/4 Nachurs Pine Point 32,00 North Cent Placer Oev 21-50 Power Corp Pax Exp, 1-25 Price Co Quebec Man .2Q'A Rothmans Rayrock ‘ 1.30 Shell CDA Radlore ,30 Simpsons Roman Corp, 13,00 Simp Sears Sherrllt Gordon 13,62’/i Steel Canada Steep Rock 2 00 Selkirk A Sunningdale Oil - 8,25 Texaco Te!( Corp, 3.70 Traders Grp A Texmoni .21 Trans Min Pipe United Canso 21,75 Trans Can Pipe Western Mines 3.20 Union Carbide ■ WH Copper Mines 3.00 Union Gas Wnghl Hargreaves 2 95 Union Oil Willroy 1.30 United Siscoe - Windlall .14 Versatile M(g Yellowknire Bear 5,50 Wesleel Zen mac 08 Vi Westons INDUSTRIALS Woodwards A Abitlbl 12,00 West Cdn Seed Alcan 35,62’/! Zenith Elec Algoma Steel Atco Ind A 20.25 15.25 6At Jannock 5.75 Cdn Idnperlal Aqra Ind Bell Tel 9.62’A Montreal 40,62'.^ Nova Scotia Brascan A 16 37Vi Royal ec Tel 49,00 Toronto-Oom 14.12’/i 18.37W 20.00 28.37’/4 14.25 e.25 3.30 5.00 5,67'A 23.00 2.?S 10.00 18.62’/! 3.80 . 15.00 17.25 15.12'A 34.1    Z’A 28.00 16.50 41.00 36.00 22.37'A 9.00 12.50 40-75 28.50 6.50 10,60 50.25 24.00 32.00 18.00 4.96 49.00 27.50 39.50 28.00 36,12’A 21.75 5.25 16.87'A 16,87'A 4.70 5,12'A 6.75 3.B0 4.95 ia.e2'A 16.12V3 28 87Vî 49.00 22.50 20.50 14.50    ■ 11,12'A 9.75 13.75 14.00    . 19.00 7.75 Z.01 29.25 13.50 45 50 14.75 14,87'A 33 13'.i 16.00 9,e7yi 13.62’.^ 7,26 6.75 1B.0Û 19,00 18.25 4,10 2,60 27.00 19,12'* 35,50 34.12’A 34 ÛÛ TORONTO (CP) - Gold issues remained strong on the Toronto stock market but industrials were sharply lower in active early trading today. The gold index was up 22.1 to 384,23 in response to record prices for bullion in Europe, The industrial index, considered the main indicator of market direction, was off 1,10 to 209.07 and western oils 3,46 to 284.75. The base raeUl index was up .91 to 101.64. Volume by 11 a,m. was 1.92 million shares, up from 1.41 million at the same time Friday.    ' Declines outnumbered advances 178 to 148 with 155 issues unchanged. Industrial mining, oil refining, real estate and steel stocks were among sectors of the raarkel recording declines while pipeline, merchandising. general manufacturing' and beverage issues were higher. Among golds. Dome Mines rose i to SlSe. Campbell Red Lake 3% to $91 and Camflo Ite to $21'/i, Aloan fell IV» to JKVz, Dome Pete % to Toronto Dominion Bank Vt to J34‘/4, Husky to S22=Vi and Inco to *35^4, United Canso OH lost % to *22. Sun-ningdaie % to and Canada Northwest % to $8=,».    ■ Shell Oil Co, rose I’A to $60 and Dtcra Resources to $6. MOIVTREAL I CP) - Prices in ail sectors moved lower in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Volume on the Montreal Stock &-change at 11 a.m. »as 869,800 shares, New York (Supplied by Richardson Securiiifs of Canada) Amr T&T Anaconda Bein Steel Cnrysier Comsat Dupont General Moiors Gull Ini Marveslftr Kenn Copper Montgomery Ward Sears 6imon Tenai Gulf Tenas Co Wix Corporalion 50,12'/i( 25 62'^ 33 62'A 17.50 37.00 165.75 50 B7Vî 22.87’^ 25.50 39.50 21.12V4 63.50 95 00 31.«Tw 27.37'i 13 Livestock Calgary CALGARY (CP) - Receipts to II a.m. Monday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled sbout .175 head, mostly replacements. Trade was active There were Insufficient slaughter .steers or heifers on offer to establish ■ quotations. Cows were tnostiy in the lower grades selling steady. Bulls sold .steady. Cows D1 and 2 34.50 to 35,50. D3 32 to 34, D4 27 to 31,75, Good bulls 43 to 45.50, Replacement cattle were mostly steers weighing more than 850 pounds and heifers In the SOO pound and up weight range. Prices were generally steady, A few slock calves sold steady, Goi^ feeder steers more than 950 pounds 30 to 52. Good feeder heifers more than 600 pounds 40 to 47.75. Good feeder cows 30 to 37, Good slock steer calves more than 400 pounds 50 to 42,25. Good Stock heifer calves more than 400 pounds 40 to 45 Hogs f.o.b, Calgary to ll a m. average base price 46 90. Preliminary slaughter figures week ending Jan. 18 Alberla hogs 34,977. beef 23,524, Canada hogs 20C lOS. beef «2,417 Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) -‘Average prices to 11 a.m. Monday provided by the Alberla Hog Producers Marketing Board with Friday average in brackets: Edmonton: 4!t.80 (4i.75). Calgary; 4S.9i) 149.561. Red Doer, 4a.to 149.591, Total hogs sold to 11 a.m, 1,297, Total hogs sold Friday 4,220 average 49,G9, Price of sows 35,05, compared with 514.100 at the same lime Fridav. Industrials fell 1,66 to 239.56. the composite 1.25 U> 219.04, papers .85 to 123.7B, banks .46 to 259.71, and utilities .22 to 139.21. Cominco fell >/i to{34Vi, Imperial Oil =i» to »39%. Pacific Petroleums “A U> Consolidated Bathurst 'U to and Calgar}' Power v, to |2Z¥4. Among speculative issues, Gold Hawk Mines rose two cents to 59 cents on a volume of 152,500 shares, VANCOUVER (CP) — Prices were up in heavy trading at the close on the Vancouver Stock Exchange Friday. Total volume was 3.744,030 shares. In the industrials. Block Bros, led trading, up ,10 at $3.70 on 102,375 shares. Newmark Resources was unchanged at $1.20 on 4,200 shares. Captain Inlemational was unchanged at ,70 on 4,100 shares, George Sparling was unchanged at il.80 on 2.000 shares, International Centura was cnchangcd at .27 and Mercuria was unchanged at ,36, In the mines, Northair jumped .45 at i2.80 trading 496,350 shares, Northair Warrants was up .44 at *1,74 on 415,800 shares. Consolidated Standard was up 02>& at -liVj on 238,108 shares, Highhawk was up ,02 at .27 on 129.467 shares. In the oils, Alaska Kenai Was up .24 at S1.50 on a volume of 31,300 shares. Vargas was down .01 at .17 on 23,000 shares. Seneca Developments was un- • changed at tl.36 on 18,400 shares, August Petroleum was down .04 at .78 on 10.451 shares. Princess was up one-half cent at .23 and Trans Canada Resources was down ,04 at $1,51. NEW YORK (API - Heavy selling ' among oil stocks dragged the slock market lower today. Gold issues, however, bolstered by rising foreign prices, remained strong. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was down 11,91 to 843,56, while declines led advances on the New York Stock Exchange by about 4 to 1, Brokers said that President Nison s weekend energy speech referring to a profit windfall tax on the oil industry was a major factor in the selling. News that Prance has decided to float the iranc sent gold prices soaring and produced strong buying among gold stocks. Many had delayed openings due tn an influx of orders. News that Du FNmt Walston planned to sell its assets and go out Of business also raised the jitters among Wall Street traders, analysts said. On the American Stock E*ehange, the markct-value Inde* at noon was down 1 to 94.56, while the NYSE noon composite index was down .68 to 50.48. other NYSE prices included Phillip Petroleum, down 2^* tot52H: Gulf, oft to    Atlantic Richfield, off 5Vi to $90‘.'j: Standard Oil of Ohio, off 3'« to (eiiii-. and Tesoro Petroleum, off 3^ to S40%. Gains in gold stocks included Wrighl-llargreaves. up % to 3-16; Day Mines, up 1^ to $15Vj; Giant Yellowknife, up to Wr*; and Palo Gold, up 1 to |I5. All these issues are traded on the Amex. Among Canadian issues, Alcan was down 1^ to 36, Distillers Seagrams was down to 41'^, and International Nickel was down to 36'*. Dome Mines was up 7 to 187, Hudson's Bay up to 26%, and McIntyre up '-ii to S3. Sales AHMMment MR.BILLHENINGER Mr, R.D, Low, Manager, Cardstoii Motors Ltd. is pleased to sn. nounce the appointment ot Mr. Bill Henlnger as a sales representative. Wei! hr^own over a wide area of Southern Alberla, Bill brings a wealth of sales experience with film. He will loin Ed Leavitt m sales. Park Straie becomes General Sales Manager, These changes and additions are a result of our determination to progressively bring you. Our moloring Iriends, constantly Im' proved service. The Management and Stall wish to take this opportunity to express our gratitude lor the privilege of serving you and wish you all the best for 1974. 50 Years Serving With Ford. Phan* <53-4444 tor Ford "LOANS $25,000.00 and over , , , Real Fast , , on any type of properly . last courteous service , no red tape . , Don’t disturb your low ¡merest llrst mortgaqe PntMT*« FiMMt Ctrpgntln Lll,. Hum ZK-He5. Crifiry". Registered Retirement Savings Pian ‘B’ Now at HIGH INTEREST TAX SAVINGS No Administration Charges PLAN “A” SELF ADMINISTERED ~ NOMINAL FEES rHRMERS & MERCHMITS TRUST Im 30»7lh St. S., Lelhbrlde* Phone 328-5546 Woolwortti    IB. 12 Vi westinghouse Elec.    24 00 U.S Steel    3#,62V! Gon, Tel Elec    25,87''» TORONTO AVEflAGES 20 Industrials i09 36 down .81 20 Golds S66 35 up 24,20 10 Base Metals 101.50 up 77 15 Western Oils 265.06 dixwn 3,15 Volume 2.600,000 NEW YORK AVERAGES 20 Industrials 845.55 down 9.91 SO nans 187.CS down 2,55 15 Utilities 93,01 up .12 es Slocks 269,75 down i.7* Volume 9,650,000 We’ve Moved to 439-INiyor Magrith Dr. (In Holtdn Vill«9*) Ooug Kathrens—Manager « * R«nt-A-C«r    * H*nt-A-Truck PIMM328-S333 ;