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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 1973 THE UTHMIOOI HMALD Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. McCaaij United) LAST BID OR SALE (11 a.m. Quote) WESTERN OILS AND MINES (II a.m. Quotes) Albany Oils Alta-East Gas Almlnex Asamera Ashland OH Gat BP Canada Brenda Mines Can South Cdn Export Gas Cdn Homestead Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn Superior Charter Oils Chlettan Dome Pete Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Granule Great Plains Grt Cdn Oil Loehlel Explor Lyllon Mln Noble Mines North Cdn Oils Numac Pancdn Pete Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Oil Scurry Rain Selbens Snowier Total Pete Ulster Pete Westcoast Pete West Deealta 5 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Falcon Copper F and M Trust 1.14 Genstar 730 Global Comm 640 Home Oil A 930 Home Oil B 12.25 Hudson Bay Co Hudson Bay Oil 7.50 Hud Bay Oil A '3M Hugh Russell C 320 Husky OH 6.50 Husky Oil B 7.75 Husky Oil D Wr .20 Husky Oil E Wr 51 75 Hys of Canada 400 Inter Prov Pipe 980 inter Prov S P 31.25 Kaiser 9.00 Loblaw 2 40 C .30 Magnasonlcs 980 Neon Ex 11 SO Pacific Pete 29.00 Pac West Air 850 Pe-Ben Oilfield 2.10 Rainier Inc. 1.88 Royal Trust 1.23 Commerce Cap 8 00 Sandwell 16.75 Teledyne 1425 West Cdn Seed 1275 Westfleld MJn 1.15 Weston 4Vi A .21 White Yukon .57 (11 a.m. Quotes) 1350 vANf12y.KE11 6 50 MINES 15.37V3 Afton 4150 Atlas Explor Bath Norse Croyden Dankoe Davenport Dolly Equltorlal Res Gibraltar 43.75 39.25 18.00 4475 5000 42.75 22.75 4112V4 Lomex 7 65 Primer 8.75 430 1375 2.95 29 25 9.00 3.25 Columbia Brew Key Indust Wardalr OILS Prp Explor __. Plains Pete ijavt Ponderay Explor 500 3.50 4.35 4.25 1.11 59.00 11.50 Pyramid Sliver Standard PIPE LINE STOCKS Acres Ltd Aqultalne BC Sugar Pfd Block Bros Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pac Inv Crest Forest Crowsntst Indus Alta Gas A Alta Gas 4% u 8714 Nat Gas 13.50 lnland Nat Gas North Cent Gas North Cent B Pac Gas Trans Gar Metro oar Metro A Trans Can Pipe TransCan A TransCan B Trans Pipe War west Trans West Trans Wr CALGARY Acroll Barons Oils 1250 71.25 19.50 Stampede Intl Res MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com 6.98 759 All Cdn Olvtd All Cdn Vent Amr Gr F AGF Special Cdn Invest F Col Mutual Cmnw Inter Crrmw Lev Cmnw Vent Ccrp Invest 1275 2250 1500 300 24 50 29.25 2800 8.4214 N Continental 31.50 Western Warner 7.47 8.12 3.57 3.88 524 5.75 2.58 5.06 5.55 547 6.01 14.831630 380 4.18 7.26 798 6.09 6.69 Corp In St F 494 5.43 10.37V4 Dreyfus F U.S. 10.81 11.85 1000 Great PacifJfc 4.S8 500 21.25 Gr in Shares 3.42 3.76 11.75 Gr Equity 5.74 6.31 4.45 Invest GT F 12.2913.43 64.50 Invest Mutual 5.82 6.37 32JS Mutual Ac 59.87V4 Mutual Gr F 39.00 Nat Res N W Cdn N W Gr Principal Gr Royfund Temp Gr Universal Sav 650 1750 3.55 JO .04 .0114 Unlvest .35 Vanguard 5.95 655 3.44 3.79 794 8.75 5.47 6.01 4.76 5.23 4.28 470 63) 685 8.61 9.41 739 8.34 5.85 6.43 6.26 6.86 Toronto mines, industrials (SappBed By Ricbavrdson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE (11 a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaltcho Aldona Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Bovls Brunswick Can. N W Land Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chi mo Con west Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickinson Mines Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Discovery Mines (11 a.m. Quotes) (11 a.m. Quotes) .10 1.20 122 .34 Z40 .40 East Malartlc East Sullivan Falconbridge First avSrlflrr Giant Y.K, Granduc Holllnger __ S25 7.30 1.86 1073 1.10 131 5.75 4io .18 1 07 7.15 3 75 35.00 .04 51 95.25 1.30 33.50 Gt Cdn Oil SdS 8.50 3100 General Motor 65.25 Z65 Gt Lakes Pap 21.75 .13 Gulf Oil Cda 3575 1.45 Grey Lines 19.12ft .34 Hawker Sid 4.25 29.00 Hiram Walker 52.50 835 Huron and Erie 26.50 17.37'A Imperial Oil 41.75 1.55 Imasca 28.25 4.15 Int Nickel 2925 .23 Inf Pipe 24.37Vi 300 Inv Group A 900 335 Int Utilities 24.00 3 05 Indust Accept Wright Hargreaves 1.00 Kaps Willroy 1 07 -Kelly Doug A Windfall .l8Vi Laurenttde Yellowknife Bear 3.50 Loeb Zenmac .13 Loblaw A INDUSTRIALS Metro Stores Pine Point Placer Dev. Pax Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom 15 87'A Roman Corp. 2.10 Sherritt Gordon Steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmont Upper Canada Western Mines W H Cop Mines 4.75 185 7400 ,36- 3.95 4625 Hudson Bay M-S 26 87V4 Cable Abitibi Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Atlan Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tel Braz Trac B.-C. Tel Burns B. C. Forest B. C. Sugar Bow Valley Ind 6.87'A 6.00 11.75 490 6 SPA 18.00 19J5 29.00 51 12% 24.50 2300 7.00 10.25 14.50- 1175 ,20.00 IB. Hydra Ex. Iron Bay ISO Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Sliver Madsen R.L. Malartle G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyre Meta Midrim Intern Mogul Nu Wes tHom New Atnona New Calumet Ncranda Northgate Norlex Oslsko .31 CAE Ind 345 Cdn Brew 2.12 Chemcell .23 Cci cellulose 12.75 Calgary Power .35% Coron Credit 4300 CWN Gas Pfd 310 Cdn Indus .08 Cdn Marconi 154 Cdn Vlckers 1.03 Chrysler .40% CPR 55 50 Comlnco .16 Cons Bathurst .16 Cons Gas 13.75 Dlst Seagrams 812% Dom Bridge .16 Domtar 26 Dom Textile 53.50 Dom Stores 5.55 Dome Pete .34 Dofasco .26 Glen Mo 10.62% Massey Ferg 29JO McMillan Blot 18.25 Moore Corp 11.12% Melsons A B 11.25 Nachurs 42.00 North and Cent 18.12% Power Corp 5000 Price Co 15.25 Rothmans W.25 St Law Corp 19.75 Shell CDA 29.25 Simpson's 15.50 Simosons Sears 1125 10.25 Steel of Can 30.75 4 35 Selkirk A 15.25 4.05 Texaco 60.25 4.15 Trad Group A 24.00 Trans Mtn- 1.70 Trans Can Pipe 11.00 Unicn Carb 1400 Union -Gas 3 60 Union Oil 1500 United SIscoe 24.62% Versatile Mfg 17.12% Westeel 31.50 Weston's B 23.00 Woodward's A 16 00 West Cdn Sd 4000 Zenith Elec 35.62% 20 62% Cdn Imperial 7 62% Montreal 830 8.62% 17.37% 19.50 3235 1500 1050 1475 680 612% 13.75 2125 2350 5.00 2.40 14.00 Nova Scotia 3112% 26.25 9.00 Toronto-Dom 29.75 18.00 32JO 33 JO 33.00 IVeti? York stocks (SeppBed By Richartna Senriffei of Ctuta) Amr T and T 51.75 Sears Anaconda 2062% X-Rcn Beth Steel 27 62% Texas Gulf Chrysler 2430 Texas Co Comsat 4625 Wickes Corp 1325 Dupont 16650 Woolworth 21 JO GM 65.75 Westinghouse Elec 3100 Gulf 2237'i U.S. Steel 3000 Int Harvester 29 25 Gen Tel Elec 29 62% _ _. Kenn Copper 26.37% TORONTO AVERAGES Stocks 271.41 off M Montgomery Ward 19.50 20 Indusf 212.29 off .28 9612% 20 .Golds 306.17 up .08 92.50 10 Base Met 106.43 off .17 22.67% 15 W Oils 22543 up .18 30.75 Volume NEW YORK AVERAGES 20 Indust 886.36 Up 37 20 Rails 160.39 off 1.39 15 Utilities 101-51 off .02 'Illegal' cars may be kept SASKATOON (CP) Owners of General Motors Corvette sports cars imported illegally from the United States will be able to keep them without pay- ing additional tax, an RMCP spokesman said yesterday. The cats were bought cheap- ly in California where they couldn't meet the state's emis- sion control requirements and sold in Saskatoon, police said. Fred Garret ADard, 23, of Saskatoon, pleaded guilty to importing cars in contravention of the Customs Act, and was fined and ordered to pay tax and duty on three cars. JOURNEYMAN MECHANIC REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY BY WELL EQUIPPED, CLEAN SHOP company benefits Apply to Service Beny Chevrolet OWsmobile 2nd and 8th Street S. 321.1101 Canadians in Brazil This is the Money-Ferguson of Toronto plant in Sao Paulo, one of two in Brazil. The-plant turns out between 80 and 100 traders a day in two shifts. The forecast is for 50 per cent increase this year to units, making it one of Massey's best profit-earners abroad. Farm committee gets grain facts Light trading Toronto prices decline TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto Mock market moved moderately lower in light mid-morning trading to- The industrial index, consid- ered the major indicator''o market trend, fell .46 to 212.11, golds .03 to and base met- als .10 to 106.50. Western oils lose M to 225.45. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares compared with 000 at (he same time Friday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 88 to 79, with 143 issues unchanged. Industrial mining, food proc- essing, steel and beverage stocks were among declining sectors of the market which communication, construction and material, merchandising and paper and forest issues were higher. Bank of Nova Scotia f ell to Walker-Gooderham to Molson A Vt to Bank of Montreal Vt to and Intcrprovincial Pipeline to Dominion Citrus rose to Allarco Development to Murphy Oil V4 to Anglo- Canadian Pulp to and Bell Canada to Brenda lost 30 cents to while Consolidated Rambler rose 10 cents to and Gibr- altar to North Canadian was up 10 cents to and Bonanza In- ternational four cents to United Canso slipped 25 cents to Livestock report OTTAWA (CP) Ever won- dered how far an average farmer trucks his grain to an elevator? Or how many box- cars haul the grain to ter- minals? Or how many elevators jut into the prairie sky? The answers are seven mites, cars and elevators. Those were some of the facts about the grain system present- ed to the Commons Agriculture Committee in a nine-minute slide show put on by the Can- ada Grains Council. The council, a semi indepen- dent body set up four years ago as a liaison between the government and grain industry, was explaining its work to the committee. The slide show is being used at country fairs to help explain how the grain handling and transportation system works. It drew suspicious comment from Norval Homer (PC B attte- The show was a "very profes- sional sales job selling railway Mr. Hom- er said. It left the impression that farmers could haul their grain increasingly long dis- tances to make the gram han- dling system more efficient. The impression was that eventually all farmers could Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver age prices to 11 a.m- provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 55.75 average Fri- day 54.7L Red Deer: 54.30 average Fri- day 54.31. Calgary: 55.00 day 54.00. Lethbridge: Nil average Fri- day 53.30. LJoydminster: NO average Friday 53.50. Total hogs sold to 11 am. Total hogs sold Friday Average 54.40. Sows aver- age 37.00. FOR SALE BY Attractive 3 bedroom, level home locoted en lorga 62' x 147' lot. open hearth fireplace, wall-tc-woll carpet family room, located from future park, fully landscaped end fenced. Private Sale, only Phone or 345-4322 for appointment to view. HOUSE lOCATtD AT 2309.22nd AVL, COAlDAif Grain quotes CHICAGO (AP) Grain quo- tations Friday; Wheat: Jul 2.89; Sep Dec Mar May 2.68. Corn: Jul 2.42; Sep 2.23; Dec Mar May 2.13. Oats: Jul .95. Gold prices LONDON (AT) Today's dosiog gold prices in U.S. dol- lars an ounce: London-120.00 Frankfurt-120.01 Zaricb-120.00 Hong a Mlo RIDES FOR FUND CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) An l8-year-o3d girl rode an Arabian borse more than 000 miles from Pretoria to Cape Town, to raise funds for under- privileged children and demon- strate the worth of the breed. She said she found her mount adaptable and fantastic in haul their grain as far as 25 miles to an elevator, thus cut- ting down the expense of hav- ing elevators in small commu- nities, Mr. Homer added. Don Dever, council secretary- general, said farm reaction to the show appeared to be that there was a need to make the grain system more efficient. Small prairie towns which, say, no longer had banks, or stores realized that elevators too must go if they were uneco- nomical to run. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. from the Calgary Public Stockyards showed sales of 100 head, mostly cows and replacements. Trade was ac- tive. There were no slaughter steers or betters on offer. Cows sold steady and bulls sold scarce, selling for quality. Cows, D3: 31-32.75. D4: 28- 30.50. Bulls, good: 3840. Replacement cattle were in short supply, being mostly feed- er heifers selling at steady prices. A few replacement steers weighing 850 to 950 pounds sold steady. There were Dollar Value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Monday was up 3- 50 at 9-10. Pound sterling up 12-25 at 7-20. In New York the Canadian dollar was down 3-50 at 1- 10. Found sterling up 825 at 3-5. no stock calves on offer. Good feeder steers more than 850 pounds: 44-47.70. Good feeder heifers more than 650 pounds: 39-43.30. Hop F.O.B. Calgary average base .price to 11 a.m.: 55. Preliminary slaughter fig- ures for weak ended July 14: Alberta hogs beef 440, Canada hogs beef 57.611. 400 battle Montana fire MBSOULA, Mont. (AP) Some 400 men were fighting a fire Friday that had spread to 600 acres west of superior in western Montana. Lolo National forest officials said gallons of retardent were dumped on the fire Thurs- day, and a fire line was estab- lished about three-fourths of the way around the blaze. But winds were gusting in the area, and officials expressed uncertainty 'over whether they could control the blaze. MONTREAL (CP) All sec- tors declined except banks on the Montreal stock market Mon- day. Combined volume on the Mon- treal and Canadian stock ex- changes at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with shares at the same time Fri- day. Industrials dropped .82 to 237.09, the composite .59 to 221.63, papers .16 to 118.45 and NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices were mixed in light trading today. The Dow Jones blue-chip av- erage at mid-day was up 0.67 to 886.66. Advancing issues led de dines 600 to 477, with 394 un- changed. "With Phase 4 of President Nixon's next stage of inflation controls in the wings, investors are only biding their said Larry Wachtel of Bache and Co. On the New York Stock Ex- change, the broad-based index utilities .12 to 148.87 whOe rose .07 to 256.86. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Canada Permanent Mortgage advanced K to fttK, Canadian Javelin tt to and Bell Canada to while Distillers Corp.-Seagmns dropped to and GuV Oil Canada to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, MacLan Exploration rose 29 cents to on shares traded. of common stocks ahead 0.11 at 55.23. Standard Oil of California i up to and UAL, Inc. to while Menasco was down to Getty Oil 2% to and Standard Oil of In- diana 2% to Among Canadian tones the New York exchange, Alcan was unchanged at and Massey Ferguson at while Genstar was uo to and Canadian Javelin to Seagrams was down to Hiram Walker Vt to and Grain price review Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Oil- seeds were up the 20-cent limit in most months, while most other futures were modestly higher in light mid session trade today on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange. Oats was unchanged in the nearby month and a cent or more higher in the others, while barley advances ranged between one and three cents. Rye was 3% lower in the nearby month and nearly three cenfe higher in the deferred months. Friday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rye and of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: July 11 higher 8.51B; Oct. 20 higher 8.09B; Nov. 20 higher 7.78B; Dec. 20 higher 7.64B. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sept. 20 higher Nov. 20 high- er 6.79V48; Jan. 20 higher 6.71B; March 20 higher Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July 20 higher Oct. 20 high- er Nov. 20 higher 6.47B; Dec. 20 higher 6.23B. Oats: July unchanged 153A; Oct. 1% higher L4UiB; Dec. 1 higher Barley: July higher 2.33; Oct. 2% higher 2.27B; Dec. 3 higher 2.24A. Rye: July 3% lower Oct 2% higher Zjsm; Dec. 2% higher By Elaine D. Schorr PAINFUL ACROBATICS ACROSS 1 Grandstand plays 7 "-yen for" It Billiards maneuver 16 Cupid 20 Inability to name objects 21 Precious literary bird 22 StJohn 23 Japanese seaport 24 Clumsy 26 Like some furniture in summer 28 Attitudes 29 Guthrie 30 Theatre feature 31 Bell sound 32 Small barracuda. 33 Pipe 34 -a phrase 35 Squad" 36- Road hazard 37 Sound unit 38 Ninny 1 Fasteners 2 Dominant 2wds. 3 Kind of trap 4 Formicary member 5 Bones 6 Mineo 7 Famed horn blower 8 bfe's 39 later, alligator 40 Editor's notation 41 Engagem terpsichore 50 Plagued (by 51 Without 52 Camino 53Tothe 1 point: Lat 56 Interstice 57 Sun's circle 58 59 Separate ir.to filaments 60 Deportment 61 Male swans 62 Taste 63 Stay for my lady 64 Germ 65 words 66 67 Man's name. 69 Time units: abbr. 70 Rotating drums 74 Assoc. 77 Organic compound 78 Teachers' group: abbr. 79 Eagle's nest 80 "Edie lady..." 84 Intensify 86 "Ring of the Nibehing" character 88 160square rods 89 Football kicks 90 Being 91 Fish food, maway 92 "Exodus" creator 93 Actress Binnte 94 Remainder: Fr. 95 tune 96 Bridge 97 Ecclesi- astic's hairstyle 98ChaBenges 102 Wan 104 Word of disgust Marsupial, for short 106 Boteyn 107 Nickname for D.D.E. 106 Canine cry 109 PecuBan pref. 111 Homer epic 113 Nafls down 117 Hitler was. one Praying figure 120 -Fein 121 Polynesian islands 122 Retaliates: 2wds. 124 "Ashes, 126 Lots of time 127 Stoppmg-off place 128 Timbertree 129 What the Red Sea did 130 MH.drvS. 131 Dodger great 132 Dusseklorf donkey 133 Beef bearers DOWN S Dread 10 Dimwit 11 Up-anchor '12'Stevenson 13 Hold sway 14 Greek vase 15 Coll narne for stranger 16 Solar disk 17 Stock (disaster) 18 Otherwise: 2wds. 19 Most uncivil 23 Roman poet 25 Merited 27 Nebraska Indians X Gets going 33 Black tei 35 Kmdof ticket 37 Fence adjunct 38 Words of tfe- appointment 39 attunes 40 East or west 41 "-my baby" 42 Carnival 43 44 Pleased as 47Bot9to 48 Kind of light 49 Hawk's 54 Word with 45 Girl's name 55 Shea tenants 57 American wayfaring tree 58 Check residual 59 Diagramlcss rr x ir, ty D. ACROSS 1 Ermine 6 Heraldic shields 12 Innocent 13 Chops 14 Neglected 16 Tightest 17Onewith9 loud voice 19 Softaiy 20 Grow weary 21 Indians 25 Big- 25 si. 79Shoa 14 Steps 31 "-my heart-" 32 Tooth 34 Fog 39 Error 43 Veiled dtOTCGT 44 Cut 45 Cupolas 46CBmb 480oyed 61 Petty 65 Fish for can 66 Turkish tide 68 Tennyson heroine '0 Seesaw 71 Kmdof blue 72 Undiluted 73 "Wisconsin city DOWN 1 Gleams 2 Contamets 3 upona time 4 Epochs 5 Exam 6 Buttten 7 Rave 8 Admire 9 Occurrence 74 Frankfort's over 75 LaCosteof tennis 76 Emulates Matt Dillon (with 80 Sausage 81 Obliterate 82 Metric measure 83 Savings, e.g. 10 Tone 13 Scuffle 15 Matadors' victims 16 Mr.Shcr 18 lease 85 Full of meaning 87 partner 88 Am approvtfifl cheer 89 Kind of velvet 92 93 Demarcate 85 Sort of shop 19 More severe 21 Adjusts and place 23 Last freight car 86 Nozzle: coll. 97 Alaskan nver 99 Express a thought 100 Gimmick 101 Remunerative 102 Sights. 2wds. 103 Figure eight executor X 27 Huckfinn's impu- tation 28 Cicatrices 29 Retard 106 Kfly 109 In a STUt 110 Golden shmers 111 Man and Fines 112 French city 113 Chaplain 114 Overact 115 AChflmpSon 30 Works oougti 31 Pursued 33 dance 36 Afew 37 Sign Omar Tommy 118 Farts of hrs. 119 Reed 121 Bfindpart 123 Investment asset: 124 Capuchin, for one 125 Some rocs. 38 Haven 39 Maiden Peruvian 41 Sbool C Baked day CRYPTOGRAMS L KUDN AJFEBPEDS PURIFY RK, GNES GC.SN DHUJHNFY FOOD, YJCFY-RK BCKKFJD KMT iBDBSQ HHDHa BOOB SOUTTOJSS OF IJIST VEare rvmxs AEHUM, KIRD ARJMS SUEDS. 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