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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Livestock Ottawa Bonds Parlleh OTTAWA Slaughter caitle md calyes received at nine public dockyards were up 1.325 rom last the federal agriculture lepartment reported Friday. Feeder cattle for sale were up '00 Sheep and lambs totalled lown 25. A-l and A-2 steer prices rose in foronto A-l and A-2 heifers were steady to ngher at closing D-l and D-2 cow prices dropped to in midweek under moderate iemand Vealer prices dropped Trading was most active in western for steers anc1 ueifers under demand and steady prices A-l ind A-2 steers in gained 50 rents in midweek with a light supply. D-l and D-2 cow prices were uneven Winnipeg reported early gains of un- ter strong prices rose in Edmonton in early and midweek Tading In Calgary early gains of 50 were offset by midweek and clos- ing losses of S3 under narrow demand DEMAND MODERATE Moderate demand in Toronto for all classes of feeder cattle and calves ought early losses of for steers of more than 750 pounds. for heifers of more than 550 pounds and to for steer calves 401 to 575 pounds Trading in Western centres was con- fined mainly to Edmonton with a light supply Prices on steers of more than 750 pounds rose SI 50 Prices on heifers ol more than 550 pounds rose in midweek after early losses of 50 cents. Good lamb prices in Toronto rose to under broad demand for light supplies Index 100 hog prices in Toronto rose 52 25 Midweek advances of 85 in Winnipeg were offset by closing losses of S2 85 Prices rose in Saskatoon and rose in Edmonton 75 STOCKYARD PRICES Slaughter steers A-l and A-2 Calgary 46 50 to 48 Edmonton 43 to 45. Saskatoon 46 to Winnipeg 49 to 50 50 Toronto 51 to 53 Heilers. A-l and A-2 Calgary 37 to 40. Edmonton 35 to 38. Saskatoon 3V.35 Egg prices EDMONTON Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the federal agriculture department EGGS T producers. A large 71. A medium 69 A small 50. B 55. C 18. cracks 27 To retailers A large A medium 70-83. A small 60-68. cent in To consumers cartonsi A large 85-98. A medium 79-91 A small 75-77. POULTRY To producers Live No 1 chicken broilers. 36 Handover 4012 5 and un- cer 6 34 Fowl under 4 4-6 Turkey under 12 40 12 to 18 40 over 18 38'z Live No 2 chicken broilers. 6 and over 5 and under 6 31 turkey under 12. 37. 12 to 18. 37 over 18. 36'z to Winnipeg 38 to Toronto 42 to 45 D-l and D-2 cows- Calgary 28.50 to Edmonton 28 to Saskatoon 30 25 to Winnipeg 30 to Toronto 30 to 32 Slaughter good and choice veal. Saskatoon 50 to Toronto 48 to Montreal 58 to 64. Feeder steers over 750 pounds' Calgary 39 to Edmonton 40 Saskatoon 32 to Winnipeg 38 to Toronto 42 to 46 Feeder steer calves 401 to 575 pounds Edmonton 43 to Winnipeg 38 to 42. Toronto 43 to 47. Good lambs Calgary 46. Index 100 hogs dressed Calgary 37 to Edmonton Saskatoon 38 to 40 Winnipeg 39 50 to 42.65. Toronto 44 50 to 47 30. Montreal 46 22. Hog prices EDMONTON Average clos- ing prices Friday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board Thursday's average in brackets Edmonton. 39 00 Red 3900 Total hogs sold average 39 00. total sows sold 143. average 22 23 There were head of livestock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd Receipts included 380 cattle and 699 hogs and 21 sheep. Cattle market con- tinues steady with a good demand from local feeders and order buyers. Price quotations as SLAUGHTER CATTLE Al and A2 49 to A4 steers to 47 Cl cows 30 to Dl and 02 cows 24.25 to D4 cows 23 to 23 bologna bulls 27.25 to Al and A2 heifers 38.50 to 41.50 REPLACEMENT CATTLE Steer to 400 Ibs 45 to steer cal' -j. 400 to 500Ibs.. 40 to 44. steer over 500 Ibs 41 50 to 44 plain quality steer all 35 to feeder over 800 40 to holstein steers 32 25 to 34 heifer 400 to 500 34 to 36 plain quality heifer calves 30 to 34. feeder heifers 36.10 to 38 30 DAIRY CATTLE Market live 30 to good weaners 1250 to light weaners 9.50 to 12. under 100 Ibs 1825 to 26.75. over 100 Ibs 29 to 44 bred sows and gilts 65 to 85. light calves 95 to 102. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG Flax and rapeseed posted limit gams in a brisk volume of trade Friday at the close on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Rye prices were generally higher in a moderate demand of mixed trading Thursday's trading volume was 000 bushels of of rapeseed and 443.000 of rye. Closing Flax July 30 cents higher 10.49B. Oct 30 higher Nov 30 higher 9 Dec 30 higher 9 73B. Vancouver Sept 20 higher 705B. Nov 20 higher Jan 20 higher 6 March 30 higher 6 38B Thunder Bay Rapeseed- July 15V. higher 7 27B. Oct 20 higher 6 Nov 20 higher 6 Dec 20 higher 6.01B Rye July 8Vz higher 3 02 Oct 6Vz higher Dec higher May two higher 3 03B Grain quotes High Oct Nov Dec Rapeseed Sep Nov Jan Mar Rapeseed Thunder Oct Nov Dec Jly 305 Vz V4 Oct 306 Dec 300 May Chicago markets CHICAGO Farm commodily lulures rose to limits for one session on the Boar.l of Trade Friday afler a bullish ag -icullure deparlmenl reporl. but wheai. corn and oals retreated bdore the close The limil gams included 20 cents a bushel in whtal and soybeans. 10 cents in corn b cents is oats 100 points in soybean oil and a ton in meal The department's issued late eslimaled wheat production H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker EDMONTON PHONE 1 CUURY PHONE 263 8050 Ltthbndgi Phone 3Z8-B141 PHONE Kmgsglte 604-424-5458 COUTTS Home Office Phone 344-3822 Alberta grain EDMONTON Prices remaining generally unchanged in the northern part of the province Feed grain prices are fluctuating normally from Hed Deer and south Buyers around Lethbndge bidding wheat 75. Odts SI 65 and bdrley 15 40 The report from Medicine Hat Brook.s area is wheat 30 oats 50 60 and barley 30 35 Pricei quoted from Red Deer arc wheat 25 50 oats 30 50 and barlev 35 9 No in prices from Vermilion with oals 15 30 and barley 20 Quolations from the Edmonton area arc wheat S3 50 and barley 20 S235 In the Peace River region prices remained constant on oals and barley with wheat 60. oals 25 40 and b.irlev S2 05 30. DAVID B. CARPENTER Chartered Accountant announces the opening of an office for the practice of his profession at Ste. 2-lower level-Professional Bldg. 740-4th Avenue South Phone 329-0343 ATTENTION All those interested in participating in this years Southern Alberta Business Please LLOYD NEWTON by Phoning The Park Plaza Hotel Between a.m. JULY 15th PETERSON PURVIS Barristers and Solicitors A 8th Street South wish to announce that effective July 1974 L. BRIAN HOGAN. B. Comm. LIB. will be associated with them in the practise of Law PETERSON PURVIS and 321A 6th Street South 331 Highway AllMrta Picture AVMIIM Alberta under the last but still a record Corn and soybean acreage were lower than previously esti- mated. Production of corn and soybeans would be another report Al the close brokers estimated that there were 21 million bushels of soybeans looking for sellers Soybean meal and oil traded in a few options and closed with limit gams At the soybeans were locked at 20 cents higher. July641'z. Chicago wheat 5 to 12 higher. July 4 Gull hard red closed with July corr 7'. to 10 higher. Julv and oats 5 lo b higher July 1 59'4 Grain quotes Friday. Wheat July 4 Sept 4 Dec Mar 4 56. May 4.53 Com- July Sept Dec 2.94'A. Mar May 3 OOVz. Oats. July 159V4. Sept Dec 1 Mar 1 63VZ. May 1.65ViN. Stocks close TORONTO The stock market was lower at the close of light trading todav Preliminary index figures had in- dustrials up 2 92 to 183 09. golds down 68 to 439.82. base metals up 1 35 to78 76 and western oils up 3 92 to 180.34 Final volume was 1 34 million shares compared with 1.30 million Thursday fn industrials. Home Oil A gained to Anglo-Canadian Pulp to Massey. Ferguson to Canadian Tire A to and Westeel ROSPO 1 to Falconbndge Copper was up ''B to Lost Mining 61 cents to BO Hudson Bay Mining A to and Gibraltar '-i to Ranger roso 1' i to U. J'j and United to Bomac Batten lost 1 to Dominion Bridge 1 to Pine Point 'z to Dickcnson i to and Quebec Sturgeon to VANCOUVER Prices were up on light trading at the Vancouver Stock Exchange Friday Final volume was shares In the industrials. Pace Industries was unchanged at 60 on Canadian Pacific was unchanged at on 3.000. Four Seasons was unchanged at 70 on 2.500 International Hydro was unchanged at 70 on 2.500. Cornat was up 10 at 80 and lonarc was up 02 at .55. In the mines. Sonesta was down 05 at .82 on 78.600 Bathurst was up .08 al on 78.600. Skaist was down 01 at en 51.500. Laura was down cent at .28 on Crown Fortune Channel was down .01 at .58 and Yukon Gold was unchanged at 20 In the oils. Payette was up 02 at 73 on 70.850 shares. Copex was up 01 at 30 on 32.800. Payette Warrants was down .03 at 26 on Davenport was down 01 at 77 on 12.050. August Petroleum was up 10 at 35 and Coynex was up 06 at 65 NEW YORK The market broke out of ils recent slump with a flourish recording its best gain of the year. The Dow Jones average of 30 in- dustrials closed at 787.23. up 27.61 Among Canadian issues. Inco rose 1 lo S27'2. Massev Ferguson 1 to Alcan to S29. Seagrams '2 to Hiram Walker i to S3434. Canadian Pacific lo Dome Mines lost '2 at LONDON Friday's closing metals bid-ask in pounds sterling a metric ton. silver in pence a troy ounce. Copper Spot futures 809- 810 Tin Spot futures Lead Spot futures 224 25- 224.75 Zinc Spot futures 467-469 Spot 3 months 168- 1685 prlcos WINNIPEG Wheat board domestic feed grain prices 3CW Red spring wheat 3 No. I feed GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Oct. 95.45 95.55 8 Jul. 95.00 96.00 Sept 70.37'A 70.62V4 Sept 64.00 3 SplSPerp 31.00 33.00 Apr. 97.90 98.10 Jul. 97.90 98.40 PROVINCIAL GUARANTEED BONOS Alta '90 87.00 88.00 Ont 7 '88 76.00 77.00 OntHyd 9 '94 88.00 8900 NB '90 98.50 NS '92 68.25 69.25 Que 74 98.50 Alta '90 98.00 ManHyd 8 '91 8050 81.50 Sask '90 8800 89.00 Nlld '90 98.50 AGT 8 '74 99.25 ManGT 8 74 9925 INDUSTRIALS Alta Gas '90 8900 Alcan '91 9000 BC For '92 92.00 BCTel '90 9800 10000 Bell Tel 79 96.50 Bell Tel '93 91.00 CP Ltd '89 94.00 CPSec '90 88.00 CU Intl '91 92.00 CWNG '90 92.00 Gulf '90 9500 In Pr P 90 30 00 Massey '80 9200 Noranda '90 8900 Intl Nick '90 69.00 '91 94.00 Steel Cda '90 89.00 TrCda P '90 91.00 TrCdaP '90 93.00 W Trans '93 79.00 CONVERTIBLES AcklandS '88 8500 90.00 Alta Gas '90 12100 126.00 Con Gas '89 66.00 7000 W Trans C '88 6200 6700 W Trans '91 8600 8800 Liberal majority helps stock rally Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Acklands six months ended May a share 49 cents MTS International Services nine months ended April 27 1974 7.8 cents d share. no comparable figures available. Popular Industries six months ended April 30 1974. S218 22 cents a share. 1973. 20 cents Queenswear six months ended April 30- 1974. S192.000. 22 cents a 1973. S342 000 47 cents Whonoock Industries six months ended May 31' 89 cents a share Beef futures WINNIPEG Live beef futures close Friday July 51 Sept 48.90B. Nov 4540B. Jan-4400B Thursday's volume. No contracts All-Can Holdings Ltd.. three months ended May 31. 31 9 cents a no comparable figures available Asamera Oil Corp. year ended March 31. 1974. U.S. funds. 89 cents a 1973. 37 cents Gold futures WINNIPEG Gold futures U S funds Winnipeg Commodity Ex- change close Friday 400-ounce July 74-137.75. Oct 74-142 Jan April July 90B Thursday's volume. 254 contracts 100-ounce Aug 74-138 Nov Feb May 75-155 Aug 75-161 OOB. Thursday's volume1 89 contracts Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dividends are quarterly unless otherwise noted ID International cents. U S an increase of cents- pfd 25. 24 pfd.. all payable Sept 2 record Aug 9 La Verendrye Management 3''z 6-per-cent pfd 12 cents both payable Sept. 1. record Aug 16. Mercantile Bank of 12'2 cents. Aug 30. record July 31 Northern and Central Gas Corp. 15 cents. Sept 1. record Aug 16. 2nd pfd series A. 26'z cents. Aug. 1. record July 16. 2nd pfd series 37 Vi cents. Aug 15. record July 1st pfd 1st series. 65 cents. Sept 1 record Aug 14. 1st pfd. 2nd series. 67'2 cents. Sept 15 record Aug 30 jr preference 1st 3Tz cents. Sept 30 record Sept 13 TD Realty 60 cents Aug 9. record July 19 United Corp. class A. 38 class B an increase of two cents 5-percent pfd. series 1959 38 cents. 5-per-cent series 1963 38 cents- all payable Aug. 15. record July 31 Avco S3 20 pfd 80 cents. U S funds Aug 20. record Julv 26 Metropolitan Stores of Canada .15 cents semi-annually. Aug 21. record Julv 31 By WENDY ROSEN The Canadian Press A rally which started Wednesday and snowballed caused major Cana- dian stock markets lo record their first gain in five weeks Trading was light The Liberal party's majority in Monday's federal election and sub- sequent hints by party officials that the new budget will not be as restrictive on the resource industry as the May 6 proposals which brought down the government helped the market recover earlier losses The Liberal viclorv is important market analysts say since political un- certainties both at home and abroad were contributing factors to unhealthy market conditions The new Parlia- they should provide a more optimistic investment environment ihan the earlier minority situation OIL SHARES FLUCTUATE Oil companies with North Sea interests dropped sharply earlier in the week on reports of an impending an- nouncement by the British Labor government of a major interest takeover of oil operations The market overreacted lo the rumors and then began 10 recover after Thursday's an- nouncement of the formation of a National Oil Corp At the western oil index recovered late in the week but not enough to offset earlier losses It was down 3 45 to close Friday at 180 34 The base metal index gained enough Friday to close higher for the first time in five Weeks It closed at 78 76 up 97 on the week Dollar value MONTREAL -US. dollar in terms of Canadian funds closed up 7-50 dt SO 97 14-25. Pound sterling was up 67-100 at S2 32 97-100 In 'Sew York the Canadian dollar was down 3-20 at SI O2'z Pound sterl- ing was up 7-20 at S2 38 4-5. Gold prices LONDON Fndav's closing gold prices in U S dollars an ounce London 138 007 Pans 142 83 Frankfurt 139 47 Zurich 139 00 Hong Kong 135 06 Beirut 4.378 a kilo The Toronto industrial index gamed eno'JSh Friday 10 close higher on the up 18 to 183 09 But at industrials were down 86 to close at 194.75 Increasing key short-term lending analysts say caused the United Stales markel lo decline this week even though figures released Thurs- showed a sharp decline in business bank loan demand. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials which Mon- day sullered its largest loss since Feb- lo hu its lowest level since Nov 23. 1970. Friday made the largest gain since May 24. 1973 The average closed at 787 23. down 4 54 on the week. INTEREST RATES UP Spiralling interest rates and mflalion also took their loll One U S bank rais- ed Us prime lending rale lo a record 12' i per cenl and furlher analysis sav are possible In the consumer price index in June was 11 4 per cenl higher than al Ihe same lime lasl its largest increase in 23 years Gold shares reacting to flue- lualions on the European bullion markets gained 3063 lo close Friday al 439 82 At the composite index rose 54 lo close Friday al 185.43 was 1 76 million shares worlh 92 million compared with 231 million shares and B8 million last week Toronlo. volume 98 million The GuinntN Company of North Amirici Notici of Spocifl Ginenl Moiling oi Shireholders Notice is hereby given a Special General Meeting of Shareholders ol The Guarantee Company of North America to be held al the Head Place du Suite on the 31st day of July 1974. The meeting is being called as required by the Company's Act of Incorporation pursuant to a Requisition dated June 1974 from a shareholder of the Company for the purpose of considering the several matters set out m such Re- quisition. By order of the Board B Secretary worlh S65 03 million compared with 5 31 million shares and 75 million last week METROPOLITAN Makes an Appointment Here In Lethbridgel STAN VERLINDEN Metropolitan Life In- surance Company has an- nounced that Mr. Verlmden has been appointed a Metropolitan Insurance Representative here in Leth- bridge. In his new position Mr. Verlinden will be pleased to sei've you in every phase of Insurance Plan- ning including Life and Em- ployee Benefit Plans He is dedicated to the purpose of continuing and extending the service which has led so many people here in Leth- bndge to entrust their pro- tection to Metropolitan. Call on Mr. Verlmden for assist- ance with your Life and Disability. Telephone his residence at 327-3550. Metropolitan Life We Sell Life Insurance our Business is Lite Head Office Ontario THE Sunday Crossword New York Herald Tribune Cnr-'-wnrd I Edited by Robert B fiillespic Crossword BRINY OR BRANCH By Herb L. Risteen ACROSS 1 Family old as Adams 6 Ladies 11 Polish ciiy 16 Kind of fan 21 Palm tree 22 0 wise Siouan1 23 Eat into 24 Greek market 25 Lear's oaug'nier 26 Discourages 29 Compass point 30 Quaker word 32 Valued wood 33 Evergreens 34 Direction 35 down 37 Swampy 38 Kentucky woods plani' 40 Florida area 41 Strong drink 42 Kind of budget 43 Leg part 44 Belgian city 46 King of Troy 49 Rush of wind 50 Shies 52 Galled 56 Partying 57 Small opening 58 Social divisions 59 Act on will 61 Footballer 62 Kind of pad 63 Popular singer 64 Saline solution 65 Follows TGIF 67 French painter 68 Petty sums 69 Sooner than 70 Candies 71 Toward the mouth 72 Apparition 73 Sea bird 74 Fondle 75 Singer actress 78 Untruth 79 Pussycat's sailing partner 80 81 City of India 82 Pamnngs 85 Depot- abbr 86 Pretend 87 Weasel 88 Arthurian abode 89 Mod sleeping place 91 Evil spirit 92 Vegetable 93 Be situated 94 Workshop 95 me 96 sales 37 Bare 98 Temerity 99 Bowling scores 101 Force 102 Detested 103 Letter DOWN 1 Minnesota Rod 13 2 Sports building 3 Cause to be 4 Wood sorrel 5 Fit of temper 6 Was overly fond 7 Court star 8 Spoil 9 Self-centered' one 10 Garment workers 11 P Piper's measure 12 Spanish gold Scale note Swirling Staircase part Hair pads Period Carried Satire Borge. etal For example Holey tools Do sewing Periods Meditate Be prominent Containers Mecca shrine 42 Fierceness 43 Bias 45 Where figure- heads are 46 Close-call sounds 47 Renovate 48 Having trouble 49 California find' 50 Lowlander's concern 51 Exhausts 53 Swimming exhibmon 54 Forever poet 105 Algerian port 106 Cheat 107 Bark 108 Records 111 har' 113 Inlet 114 Imperfect diamond 118 Honest 119 Particles 120 Get along 121 Enemies 122 Tavern item 123 Suffers final defeat 128 Musical Mischa 130 Indian state 131 Eastern churchman 132 Secret 133 Laughing 134 Swamp growth 135 Knight's weapon 136 Centers 137 Chalcedonies 55 57 Brooches 58 Pacific sea 60 Appraise 62 Lithuanian 63 Tidal ho hum 64 Become dry 66 Ship section 67 There' man 68 Hoodwink 72 Fine fiddle 73 Where Sligois 75 Diners 76 Walked Diagramless 19 X by Anne HaUoran ACROSS 1 Renoun 5 Entranceway 6 Garland 9 Drink slowly 12 Dizzy or Daffy 13 Chair 14 Hawaiian food 15 Forefathers 20 American Indian 21 Head part 22 Musical drama 24 Allot 25 and Mike 26 Also 28 In this place 29 Water vehicle 30 Duet voice 33 Mineral spring 36 TV personal- ity Jack 37 Lure 38 Young boy 39 Join by melting 40 Snow's companion 41 Placed 42 Exist 43 German river 44 Toss 45 Crimson 46 Marries 47 Detest 48 Leer 51 Put into service 52 Regret 53 Stalk 56 Green vegetables 58 Electrified particle 59 Atmosphere 60 Most powerful 65 Fuel 66 Kind of duke or fist 77 Torment 78 Show anger 79 Mexican grass 80 Inner 82 Animal' 83 French river 67 Draught animals 71 Superlative ending 72 Church seat 73 African river 74 Way out DOWN 1 Fashion 2 Fruil drink 3 Miss Farrow 4 Sicilian volcano 6 Bandleader Brown 84 Equine 85 Beauteous bird 86 Is nosey 87 Alluring lady 88 Horse follower 90 Sprites 91 Pillage 7 Consume 8 Japanese statesman 9 Branch line 10 Particle 11 Round Chan 13 Withered 16 Name by birth 17 Burmese or Siamese 92 Odd twist 95 City section 96 Rasp 97 Yucatan Indian 100 Lars 101 Branch off 102 Ship's ropes 104 Scare away 106 The north wind 107 Favorite's first round 108 Kansas City's Hunt 109 Very fat 110 Silly ones 112 Make void 113 Popular pet 114 Kicks 115 David's daughter 116 African animal 117 Torn places 119 Doctrines 18 Heavy cord 32 Layers 44 Owns 19 Box 33 Look fixedly Sing 23 Summer Fr 34 Bucket wordlessly 24 Witty saying 35 Total 48 Danish com 26 Garden friend 36 Father Fr 49 Firearms 27 Rowing need 39 Civil or 50 For fear that 28 Not cold Revolutionary 53 Symbol 29 Bundled 41 Stringed 54 Digit 30 Dwell instrument 55 Printer's 31 Intertwined 43 Female sheep measures CRYPTOGRAMS 120 Kismet 121 Bankoftype 124 Son of 118A 125 Wrongdoing 126 Army gal 127 Meadow 129 Fail i Irish stone' 56 57 Formerly 59 Lifespan 61 Tear 62 Mine output 63 Pronto 64 Vocal quality 68 19 to Cicero 69 Actor Wallach 70 Clear profit SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES aaaa aaa QfJEIP QQDHB QQBQ SOB s arm aaaaa aaa raaanl nnn anon aaa aaaa aaaaaaa aaaa aaa ana aaa aaaa aamaa nraranm nnnnl aaa ann aaanana HGltJJB titan nian nun anna aaaa aaaa nanrj 4. nan aaaa KDMY SLEUTHD AMU SILE ATDK TD ODYDNYDO N T D A'R K S SLE HK TRU UTHD UHID. -By India M.Sperry KEZ LDCAACA TESKUAFOX UA ARKC AROF RY YE 7. NX FORTUNES ELOUNDSFDOC. By Joynel Davidson KNU MJLZKNULZJ MLZJC HPUQHCC CEUHCBLFC FEMBLZM HNJPEPI LPH 1LLU .JHQHNCH -By Earl Ireland CNES. VOTING YNS OT RETOIN a aoan aaaaaa aqaaa luauu aaaa aaau aaaa 1974 by Chicago Tnnu'-'e-N.Y. News Synd. Inc. World Rigtits Reserved By Barbara J. Rugg Last Weeks Cryptograms 1. If there isn't any money in'your cut or knock its bottom then use it for apparel. 2. A pumpkin-enter's wife does well to dwell within their rentfree pumpkin shell. 3. Picnic tame chipmunk likes potato chips. 4. Poor fruit grower grows grapes for instant fun. ;