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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 ffle IFTHBRIDOt HEKAID Monday- July JO, 1770 Grand Champion Brings Near-Record Per Pound Worth Of Beef Moved At 4-H Sale A near-record price of rwr pound was paid for the grand champion 4-H calf al the annual Lcthbridge regional 4-H sale Saturday. Fort Macleod Auction Ltd, paid the price for the calf own- ed by Donna Ross of the War- ner 4-H Club. The record price paid was ?1.27 per pound hi 1949, when Eaton's of Canada Ltd. bought a calf owned by Stan LaValley of Coaldale. The average animal price at the sale was per hun- dred, down from last' year's record high average pries of S38.3S per hundred. A total of 380 head of beef calves were shown and sold at this year's sale, includ- ing 295 single steers and 85 calves sold in 17 pens of five. The average weight per calf was poimds, up from the 1969 average of 985 poimds. (The reason for the weight dif- ference was the abolition of a three per tent shrinkage rate used last year.) The average price on pens of five calves was per hundred, down level of from 1969's The average weight per calf in the pens o five this year was 997 poimds The total value of the singl calves sold this year was 822, down from 1969's figure o The pens of five lllis year brought comparec to the previous year. In the Mowing summar) t h e club names are abbre- viated as follows: C Sr. Cardston senior, C Cardston junior, DB De Bonila, H Hillspring, LG Lethbridge Coaldale, LN Lethbridge Northern, MH- Milk River, PL Park Lake E Ray Ray mond, The first 26 calves start with the grand champion and re serve champion of the show followed by the top two calves from each of the competing clubs. The Warner and Leth bridge Coaldale clubs only ihow one placing in the listing because the grand champion and reserve champion fill the second place. Tile 4-H member's name, the club to which he belongs, the weight of the c a 1 f, the buyer and the price per pound fol- Donna Koss, W Bev Hranac, LN Bonny Stanko, R Bryan Templeton, R Handy Thiessen, MB Ross McCoy, MR Sterling Martin, H Garry Martin, H Connie Hazuda, LC Linda Akitt, B Marilyn Charlesworth, B Wayne Gruninger1, C Jr Cheryl Quinton, C Jr Don Ripley, C Sr Reva Stanford, C Sr Doran Perry, DB Patsy Secretan, DB Bev Doenz, W Wilma Stroeve, PL Dale Ham, PL Shirley Fraser, Ray Peggy Caszier, Ray Dick Haney, LN Carol Boras, LN Janet Papworth, T Debbie Stronski, T Robert Stanko, R Carla Hied, R Joey Kaval, R Klaas Korthuis, R Brian Murray, B Gwen Miller, R Chris Pearson, Ry Margaret Manlier, R Myrna Reid, R Wendy Miller, R John Korthuis, R Carol Dyck, E Hank Korthuis, R Gladys Balog, MR Gordon Miller, MR Debbie Thiessen, MR George Stringam, MR Bruce Thiessen, ME Steven Ellert, MR Dennis Ellert, MR Eavon Winters, MR Cathy Angyal, MR Wayne McCoy, MR James Thiessen, ME Marlon Draper. H Robbie Gibb, H Robert Wynder, H Craig Smith, H John Merrill, H Susan Wynder, H Joy Smith, H Scott Young, H Eileen Peterson, H Lorna Merrill, H Naomi Sugimoto. LC Sandra Vaselenak, LC Ken Corey, LC Marilyn Boultoh, LC Violet Nagy, LC Darlene Sera, LC James Renfrow, LC Patsy Boulton, LC BUI Bond, LC Joyce Bond, LC Doug Sugimoto, LC Tom Bond, LC Evelyn Slezina, LC Donna Matolsci, LC Norman Vaselenak, LC Sandra Bohner, LC 1040 Fort Macleod Auction 1.06 1030 Park Plaza............85 1190 PerlicbBros...........35 1055 PerlichBros............38 1130 Ellert's Store..........39 1060 Art Thomas Shows......35 1190 C.E.French...........34 1120 Economy Feeds........35 1110 Terry Bland...........33% 1140 Butte Feeds...........38 1030 Picture Butte Auction .36 1300 Economy Feeds........40 1120 Temple City Drugs.....35 1215 Park Plaza...........35 1160 PerlichBros...........36 970 Knight Ranches.......34 1105 Economy Feeds........33% 1015 Valley Feeders........36 1095 Perlich Bros 1090 Picture Butte Auction 1120 Raymond Motors..... 980 Jubilee Motors....... 1215 Butte Feeds......... 1150 Picture Butte Auction 1140 Butte Feeds......... 1115 Picture Butte Auction 1185 Kitson's Wholesale 1025 Majorette Cafe...... 1010 Venture Hotel Ltd..... 1010 Economy Feeds...... 1010 R. J. Gray Cattle..... 960 Ellison Milling....... 970 Ellison Miling 975 Southern Feeds...... 1025 Martins IGA......... 900 Fi-ey and LaValley 955 Southern Feeds .35 .32% .36 .3614 .51 .39% .40 .39 .31% .32 .3214 .31 .35 .32% .32% .31 .31% .31% .32 C. E. French..........32 1050 Tom Boy Store.........33 1030 Economy Feeds........33 990 El Hocket Feeds.........33 995 Economy Feeds........33V2 960 Economy Feeds .........3514 1050 Madge Equipment......33 1040 Park Plaza............33 1005 Smith and Sons........33 1100 South West Barley.....32 920 George Snow..........33 950 Ellison Milling ...........32 1050 Milk River C of C.......34 1125 Canada Packers........3114 975 S. Copperstein..........32 1025 Buy More Store....... .3114 980 Southern Feeds 1015 Economy Feeds........3214 975 Pritchard and Wilson .32 1005 Knight Ranches........32 1055 Canada Dressed Meat .3114 990 Park Plaza ............31% 965 Knight Ranches........32 1135 South'Alta Co-op........34 1110 Economy Feeds........34 1010 Economy Feeds........32 1060 South Alta. Co-op.......3314 1090 Economy Feeds........32 955 Martens IGA..........33 1025 Coaldale Meat Market .33 1125 Southern Alta. Co-op .33 1010 Martens IGA .33 980 Dican Equipment.......32 Economy Feeds........3314 Beny Chevrolet........3214 j Economy Feeds........32 Ellison Milling.........33 1000 1000 1010 950 1065 Economy Feeds Vaselenak Farms .3414 .3214 Patty Obef, LC Gail Ober, LC Larry Sera, LC Dianna Boulton, LC Carol Ober, LC Rick Corey, LC Jim Corey, LC Carol Bitango, LC Patrick Shologan, LC Karen Brecka, LC Beckie Smith, LC Beverly Boulton, LC Donald Wright, LC Lindsay Hamabata, LC Colleen Nayha, B Virginia Akitt, B Gerald Barvir, B Keith Anderson, B Owen Doenz, B Lome Charlesworth, B Linda Brownell, B Jim Nayha, B Allan Barvir, B Ross Charlesworth, B Eddie Sliimek, B Hal Nummi, B Rolfe Kostka, B Kelly Greene, B Terry Ross, B David Trapp, B Eandy Ross, B Heather Bradley, B Roger Anderson, B Ross Doenz, B Donna KilUeson, B Robert Trapp, B Shirley Lehto, B Gorman Kittleson, B Larry Lehto, B John Peacock, B Handy Ripley, C Jr Dorcy Diebert, C Jr Doug Low, C Jr Darlyn Boyson, C Jr Dan Gruninger, C Jf Stanford, C Jr Wade Johnson, C Jr Jack Hall, C Jr 3rent Boyson, C Jr Lori Hinman, C Jr Jeff Court, C Jr )ean Smith, C Jr Patricia Dudley, C Jr Allan Quinton, C Jf Gordon Vadnais, C Jr Nielsen, C Jr Jim Cope, C Jr Gordon Nielson, C Jr itarda Hinman, C Sr 'om Scott, C Sr Bruce Vadnais, C Sr Jarlene Diebsrt, C Sr )ebbie Diebert, C Sr Marcia Court, C Sr inda Cope, C Sr Caryn Court, C Sr David Newton, DB Debbie Hoyt, DB Henry, DB Bill Newton, DB Rick Strate, DB Robert Iron Child, DB Wade Henry, DB Ruth Robinson, DB Brenda Hoyt, DB Jim Newton, DB Morgan Strate, DB Beverly Robinson, DB Barrel Koskewich, DB Cindee Godlonton, DB Chris Hfflmer, DB Darcy Godlonton, DB Dale Jorgensen, DB Grant Altlien, DB Terry Powseland, DB Kim Foggin, DB Cindy Rasmussen, DB Pat Robinson, DB Shainne Cliristensen, DB Bill Robinson, DB Debbie Jones, DB Connie Hillmer, DB Elberta Christensen, DB Leonard Morton, DB Pat Bowen, DB Gary Soice, W Bruce Doenz, W Dennis Hamling, W Darrell Ross, W Warren Minion, W Betty Jo Paulsen, W Billy Paulsen, W Doug Soice, W Murray Doenz, W Nelson Doenz, W Gary Duell, W Garth Graham, W Daryl Soice, W Stewart Millhaem, W Eon Minion, W Jim Hamling, W Susan Hamling, W 920 Bridge Farm Centre .32 945 Economy Feeds........3114 1025 Canada Packers........32 1095 Southern 1015 Canada Packers........32 980 Ken Smith............3214 940 Alton Knapp...........33 970 City Packers...........3414 960 Canada Dressed Meats .3214 1005 Economy Feeds........32 945 Ira Holtman......... .35 985 Valley Feeds...........32 915 PerlichBros...........3114 955 Trimbles Tire.........3314 1150 South Alta CMp.......3212 1100 Valley Feeds..........32 1210 Economy Feeds........32 liso Price's Pharm.........32 1020 Canada Packers........32 1115 Perlich Bros...........3114 1070 Canada Dressed Meats .3114 1000 Kittleson and Fleming .32 1105 Perlich Bros...........3114 1030 C. E. French...........32 980 Ellison Milling.........32 1005 PerlichBros...........3114 1165 Hurlburt Auction.......3114 1090 Canada Packers........3114 1010 Haney Farms..........3214 1140 Perh'ch Bros............3114 1050 JchnPahara...........32 990 Kane Farms...........3214 1040 Picture Butte Auction .32 1015 Charlesworth Farms .3114 1070 Airway Motors........3114 1055 Mac Maclean.........3114 1060 Oliver Chemicals.......3114 1055 Barons Hotel..........33 840 Value Village..........3214 845 C. E. French...........3314 1155 Cardston Propane......31 1030 Oh'ver Chemical........3014 1265 Perlich Bros...........3014 1270 Knight Ranches........32 1090 K. Long Seed..........33 1181 Canada Packers........32 1240 Raymond Super Sales .32 980 Cardston Ag. Prod.....32 1175 Knight Ranches........32 1065 Cahoon Lumber........3414 1040 Knight Ranches........3514 1055 KensConfec............31% 1110 Canada Packers........3514 1045 Cardston Marshall W .33 1050 Canada Packers........34 960 Cardston Co-op........3314 995 C. W. Butt.............3214 925 Buy More Store........3214 1105 Tomorrow's Furniture .35 1060 Cardston Pharm........3214 1130 Central Service........3314 990 Cardston Ag. Prod......3214 975 D. M. Card............33 990 Knight Ranches........35 870 Buy More Store........3214 840 J. W. Mauos, Ont.......36 1025 Del Bonita Safeway.....34 1110 Economy Feeds........3214 1060 Safeway..............3214 950 Tomorrow's Furniture .33 1115 Ellison Milling.........32 985 Oliver Chemical........33 1110 Economy Feeds........32 995 Safeway..............3214 1115 Knight Ranches........SBi 890 Safeway..............3314 1045 El Socket Feeds......33 935 Magrath Trading...... 3.314 1020 Knight Ranches........3414 1025 South Alta Co-op........3314 1005 Cardston Buy More.....33 1000 South Alta Co-op.......3314 1080 Economy Feeds........33 1110 Economy Feeds........3214 1100 Knight Ranches........32 940 Tylers Gulf Service.....3214 890 Magrath Trading.......33 940 Hay Agencies..........32 935 Steve Sera............3214 940 Chapman Farms........32 930 Madge Equipment......33 970 Ellison 1030 PerlichBros............3214 885 PerlichBros...........32 945 Magrath Traders.......3114 1115 Safeway..............3214 1060 Canada Packers.......3214 1065 1000 J. Patera.............32 1070 Dave's Royalite..........33 Keith Grccno, W Keith Anderson, W Holly Doenz, W Dennis Lunde, PL Darlene Riehl, PL Robin Russell, PL Dave Duban, PL Harry Duban, PL Jerry Lunde, PL Reg Nicol, PL Kit Russell, PL Doug Hpusley, PL Brian Nicol, PL Cyril Hubbard, PL Kathy Ham, PL Wendy Wilson, PL Bob Schefter, Ray Beth Holt, Bay Anne Marie Shefter, Ray Terry Kaupp, Hay Suzanne Kaupp, Ray Bruce Hancock, Bay Reggie Paxman, Ray Lloyd Paxman, Ray Jim Paxman, Ray Theresa Kaupp, Ray Cameron Hancock, Bay David Kaupp, Ray Louis Ravory, Hay Ronald Motyka, Ray Kenneth Kaupp, Eay Leonard Ravory, Ray Bernadette Kaupp, Ray Pat Foster LN Chris Haney, LN Dan Crhonik, LN Peter Tamminga, LN Rod Murray, LN Lorraine Boras, LN 540 Steve Sera............321 970 C.E.French...........3H 985 Dave's Royalite .........34 1030 Safeway.............32 1010 Economy Feeds.......33 970 Knight Ranches.......32 V 1060 C. E. French..........32 1135 Canada 920 Butte Feeds...........32V 990 C.E.French...........321 980 Knight Ranches .........331 935 Canada Dressed Meats .32 1010 C.E.French...........32% 995 Haney Farms.........33 1045 LetK Lockers..........32 955 Valu Village...........32 1160 W. T. Hill.............32 1195 Canada Packers........33 1065 Hidgeway and Holt.....321! 965 Steve Sera............31% 1015 J. 1015 Knight Ranches........311L 945' J. Pahara............3214 1000 C. E. French..........32 1015 C. E. French..........321! 880 Perlich Bros..........3214 840 Knight Ranches.......32Ji 880 Steve Sera...........31% 870 C. E. French...... .3214 870 Knight 925 Stones Ltd.............31% 865 Perlich Bros..........32 815 Knight Ranches.......31% 1170 Haney Farms....... 1095 Picture Butte Auction 945 Picture Butte C of C 1055 Haney Farms....... Butte Feeds......... 1155 Perlich Bros. .3214 .36 .3314 .3214 .35 .33 Israel Has Bomb Say Strategists 945 Southern Feeds 3214 980 S. W. Barley 33 1060 Economy Feeds 32 H 1040 Southern Feeds 32% 1040 Canada Packers 3214 1000 Oliver Chemical 3214 965 Safeway 3214 1130 J. Pahara 31% 1020 Ernie Heed Hdw 33 980 Bert Orcutt 33 NEW YORK (AP) Th Times says that the Unite States government, for at leas two years, has conducted Mie die East policy on the assump tton that "Israeli either pos sesses an atomic bomb or ha component parts available fo quick assembly." The Times says part of th assumption was based on re ported testimony by Richard C Helms, director of the Centra Intelligence Agency, at closed-door hearing of the Se nate foreign relations commi tee July 7. Helms is reported to hav said that the U.S. estimate that Israel has the technical ca pacity to make atomic weapons "In the early and middle six ties, such estimates were re portedly 'qualified by the provisc that Israel had the capacity t produce such weapons in 12 tc 955 Economy Feeds 980 C. E. French 32 32 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Requires Listings of Off-Campus Accommodation FOR THE FALL SESSION ROOM AND BOARD if ROOM ONLY LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING -k BASEMENT SUITES (MANY ARE NEEDED) ir APARTMENTS HOUSES TO RENT To List Please Call The Housing Office 327-2171 EXT, 288 OR 289 your Assistance h Very Much Spears-Carryiug Tribesmen Clash EAST LONDON, South Africa (AP) At least seven Africans have been killed and scores in- jured in factional fighting be- tween 800 berserk tribesmen armed with spears in the Trans- kei's Nggeleni district, 18 miles southeast of Umtata, polics said today. Tlie fighting began Thursday night when the factions accused each other of livestock thefts. Police have reported 18 arrests. Transkei is a district of the Transkoian Territories of South Africa's East Cape province. II covers square miles and has a native population of The natives go in mainly for dairy farming, stock raising and wool production. TEST LOCOMOTIVE GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) A full-size copy of the first steam locomotive operated com- mercially in the United States, The Best Friend of Charleston, has been successfully tested by ils builders in Greensboro. It was prepared for shipment to Sanlcc. S.C., wheia it will be- comp. a permanent exhibit of Wings and Wheels Museum, Investors Regaining Confidence NEW YORK (AP) Thi stock market jumped almost 65 points during the last week an< a half to hit a new recovery high. The Dow Jones average of 3( industrial stocks leaped 11.78 points Friday to 735.08. This was the highest level for Hn Dow since it hit a 714-year low May 26 when it closed at 631.16 It started rallying strongly July 8 from the 672 level. "After 18 months of investor disillusionment we're finally seeing some investor enthusi- asm over the possibility of an economic Roberl Johnson, an analyst with Paine, Webber, Jackson and Curtis, said. Second-quarter corporate earnings reports have so far been much better than expected and this has been a big boost to the market, analysts said. Another impetus for the rally oame from the second quarter gross national product report which was issued Friday, they said. It showed a slight increase in real national output in the sec- ond quarter from a year ago following two straight quarterly declines. Favorable news such as these helped to dispel investor fears that the recession would be a really deep and serious o other brokers said. Newspaper Executive Dies After Attack SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Frank J. Thurber, 45, pleaded innocent here to murder char- ges in the death of Allan W. Daly, production specialist of the struck San Rafael Indepen- dent Journal. Daly, 30, was shot when two men invaded his Potrero Hill home July 4. He died later. Thurber is a longtime mem- ber of the Newspaper Mailers Union, which is not involved in the strike at the San Rafael newspaper. The Menuttional Typograph- ical Union Local 21 struck Ihe paper Jan. 7. The paper has continued publication. 18 months, Uien later six to nine months, and finally, the time lapse was dropped the paper says. HINTS HAS BOMB "The absence of any refer- ence to any such time delay, ac- cording to well-informed sources, indicated the official belief that israel had the fission- able material and the mecha- nisms ready for rapid assembly, if not actual weapons as well." The Times says, however, that U.S. sources emphasize there are no indications that Is- rael has deployed any of her mobile surface missiles, and that they have no reason to be- lieve Israel would use atomic weapons except in the most dire emergency. The paper says that both for- mer president Lyndon B. John- son and President Nixon are un- derstood to have gotten intellig- ence estimates that Israel could assemble an atomic bomb quickly, and that some senior officials believe she has already done so. 'But the United Stales gov- ernment has been so sensitive to the grave implications of the issue that it has not developed a fully-co-ordinated national intel- ligence estimate, which would circulate within the govern- ment, that says directly Slat Is- rael does have atomic weap- The Times says. In Tel Aviv, the Israeli state radio said any assumption tha Israel has produced an atomic wmb or can assembly one is speculative, unauthoritative and inaccurate. However, it did not specifi cally deny The Times report. The radio quoted Israeli offi- cials as saying Israel's position 'is that it will not be the first nation to bring nuclear weapons into the area. The broadcast did not identify he officials but referred to hem as "qualified circles." Susan Wocknitz, LN Ken Foster, LN John Murray, LN Shirley Bulva, LN Leonard Niehoer. LN Gloria Wieland, T Ken Welsh, T Debbie Wieland, T Connie Stronski, T Denises Hammon, T Carol Welsh, T Sidney Bilchik, T Richard Paskal, T Doug Paskal, T Wendy Stronski, T Diane Stronski, T Brenda Paskal, T Barbara Shimek, T Gerald Shimek, T Eichard Papworth, T Gail Chrupka, T Henry Hrncirik, T Sandra Shimek, T Ernie Dyck, R Syd Mahtler. R Brian Lindeman, MB Lloyd Bellew, MR Wayne Thieien, MB Leonard Thiclen, MR Gloria McCoy, MR Martin Snow, MR Marion Madge, MB Bay Brownlee. MR Don Szarko, MB Steven Linderman, MR Lynn Martin, H Rick Hranac, LC Roberta Wright, LC Brenda Lehto, B Kim Greene, B Elizabeth Peacock, B Hal Crow, B Terry Irvine, B 3arold Peacock, B Vlyrna Rasmussen, DB iVesley Rasmussen, DB Everett Morton, DB 'am Bowen, DB Bob Robinson, DB Alan Peterson, W Janice Duell; W Peterson, W Cindy Orcutt, W Ross Orcutt, W Jerry McKenzie, W Shirley Anderson, W !am McKenzie, W Ellen Russell, PL Deb Neher, PL Craig Wilson, PL Dick deKreek, PL Hubbard, PL Carl Motyka, Ray Motyka, Ray lonald Kaupp, Ray Ion Nieboer, LN Tohn Tamminga, LN iandy Chrupka, T "landra Lshto, B 920 Chroiu'k Const. 1150 Haney Farms........ .1160 Canada Packers...... 1200 Barton Motors....... 855 Kane Farms......... 1135 Perlich Bros.......... 1115 Canada Dressed Meats 1095 J. Pahara.............. 1125 Tomorrows Furn...... 1070 Butte Coffee Shop..... 975 Turin Imp Oil 1015 Haney Farms........ 1185 Canada Packers...... 1075 Papworth Farms..... 965 Haney Farms........ 1130 Ellison Milling....... 1100 Warren and D'algleish 885 Tomorrow's Furn...... 1090 Haney Farms........ 1175 PerlichBros.......... 945 Butte Hotel and Hdw. 950 Bill Stronski.......... 925 Murray Ranches...... 88? C.E.French.......... 810 Mac McGillivray 1080 South Alta Co-op...... 945 A. Williek............ 985 Perlich Bros.......... 970 Leth. Lockers......... 895 El Rocket............ 925 Steve Sera 10-10 City Packers........ 1010 El Rocket Feeds....... 1125 South Alta Co-op...... 880 Mark Stringham...... 945 C. E. French......... 910 Coaldale Steak House 840 Perlich Bros.......... 865 Charlesworth and Latso 975 M. Anderson.......... 920 C. E. French......... 900 G. Row.............. 850 Crowe Bros........... 815 C. E. French.......... 950 Economy Feeds....... 830 Perlich Bros......... 870 C.E.French.......... 840 City Packers.......... 820 Perlich Bros.......... 940 Anderson Supplies 880 C. E. French.......... 975 Canada Dressed Meats 975 Ellison Miffing........ 950 Valley Feeders....... 980 R. aiidS. Supply...... 1010 Southern Feeds....... 870 Warner Hotel......... 950 Economy Feeds....... Geo. Skinner.......... 895 J. Pahara 820 E. Lunde............. 825 Ellisons Milling....... 845 PerlichBros.......... 815 C. E.French.......... 760 Steve Sera........... 900 Haney Farms......... 935 Haney Fanns......... 825 Steve Sera........... 875 W. Nayha............ PENS OF FIVE )oug Pascal, T Debbie Stronski, T Gloria Weiland, T Dick Haney, LN lodney Murray, LN 'pm Bond, LC Jndsy Hamabata, LC )oug Sugamoto, LC felly Green, B 1m Nayha, B larilyn Charlesworth, B lal Crow, B jorne Charlesworth, B larian Duban, PL tarry Duban, PL )arlene Biehl, PL Duban, PL 4900 Canada Packers...... 4950 South Alta Co-op...... 4470 South Alta CMp...... 5170 South Alta Co-op...... 5040 Canada Packers....... 4320 Andy Harsany........ 5700 Can Dressed Meats 5520 Can Dressed Meats 4680 Canada Packers 4860 Canada Packers...... 4910 Canada Packers....... 4850 Canada Dressed Meats 5280 Canada Dressed Meats 4250 C.E.French1 4340 Andy Harsany........ 5160 Canada Packers...... 4590 Valley Feeders....... .32% .33 .35 .3C14 .32 .32 .31% .3214 .33'A .3214 .33 .31% .32 .32 .32% .32% .31% .3114 .3114 .33 .3114 .32 .32 .3314 .32 .31 .3114 .31% .3114 .3114 .31H .3214 .3314 .32 .3114 .32 .3214 .3014 .33 .32% .3214 .34 .3214 .3114 .32 .32 .31% .31 .3114 .3214 .32 .33 .32% .33 .33 .32 .33 .3114 .32 .32 .3114 .3214 .3214 .32 .31 Vi .3314 .31.9 .31.6 .31.4 .32.1 .32 .31.4 .30 .31.9 .31.5 .31.5 .31.2 .31.2 .31.6 .30.5 .31.5 .31.5 .31.5 Companies Reduce Oil Production TORONTO (CP) Shell Can- ada Ltd. and Imperial Oil Ltd. lave cut back production at heir Sarnia, Out. refineries argely because of imports o! ower-priced gasoline from Juebec, across the domestic oil ndustry's east-west boundary. Imperial Oil is reducing crude oil production at its refinery by barrels a day, it said Fri- ay. Production had been running t about 20.000 barrels a day igher than the refinciy's rated apacity of barrels. The igher level was to compensate or cuts earlier this year resull- )g from technical problems in expansion pro- ram. The company had hoped they ould sell the higher output to obbers seeking an alternate ource of petroleum products ollowing a federal crackdown n breaches of the national oil olicy. Under federal policy, areas of the Ottawa Valley are cqiiircd to nso Canadian oil. ireas east of the line rely oil mported oil. Hit the road with on HFC Traveloan Need extra cash to make that family vacation a reality? See us for an HFC Traveloan, Cover every cost...from gas and oil to luggage, lodging, and souvenir shopping. Repay con- veniently when you return. This vacation, hit the happy road-with an HFC Traveioanl Apply for your loan by phone. We'll supply your loan by mail. 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