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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta WHnv. Julv WO inHBRlDGI HERAIO 15 k Report Feeder cows were down QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Calgary I] "W fi 1 m mm BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. QUOTM) WESTERN OILS Inter Stee 5.73 Gr Equity 5.36 (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., about 375 head; mostly replacement a hundredweight. Butcher cows were down Yearling feeder steers, under Market A In Light TORONTO (CP) Price rose fractionally in light mid morning trading today on th Toronto stock market. On index, industrials were u .09 to 155.35, base metals .23 t 91.54 and western oils 1.68 t 141.17. Golds were unchanged a 153.97. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up from at th same lime Thursday. Gains outran losses 126 to 61 with 325 issues unchanged. Largest gains were in fooc processors, pipeline and trust and loan sectors. Among advancing issues Dome Pete was up to 47% Pacific Pete Vz to Falcon bridge Vz to 147, Alberta Gas Trunk to Kaiser Re-sources Vt to 14% and Canadiar Industrial Gas to S'outham Press Ltd. was down to 48. The company said six month net earnings were a share down from in the corresponding period of last Trading s increase of 4.6 per cent over th corresponding period in 1909. e In other issues, Pacific Petrc leum rose to Aquitain a to 19% and Canadian Brew 5 eries to o Bank of Nova .Scotia an Bank of Commerce rose ii and 19% respectively. Bell Canada slumped 'A t Inco Vi to 40 and Alca Aluminum to 21V8. On index, papers were up .6 to 82.48. banks .60 at 68.78, in 1 dustrials .32 to 156.90 and th t composite .24 to 152.74. Utilitie slipped .23 to 126.64. NEW YORK (AP) Stocl market prices slipped lowe today in slow trading. At noon, the Dow Jones age of 30 industrials was off 4.1 to 728.50. The Associated Press 60-stoc average was down 1.4 to 243. at noon. Among Canadian issues, Hud son Bay Mining picked up 1% Dome Mines and Inco droppet and Genstar Ltd. and Walker Gooderham were off On the American exchange Brascan dropped Vs and Cana dian Javelin picked up Vs. Jupi ter Corp. dropped and Pres ton added (CP When th New Democratic Party calls 01 its leadership candidates to sul mit expense accounts next Apr it's an absolute certainty the won't be padded. In fact, the accounts coul break records for bone-paring. Unlike most expense account it's nice to pick up si extra buck on the tin NDP accounts will be aimed ii Jie opposite direction. The ide will be to keep them within Hv expense limitation being im posed on the candidates by UK jarty. So far this limit is still bein{ considered by the party's con vention committee, headed bj Eamon Park, a Toronto-basec official of the United Steelwork ers of America. There is spec ulation that the ceiling will be in the vicinity of MUST FILE And three days before the new leader is selected in Otta wa's Civic Centre, all candi dates must file their expenses. to show the expected delegates they stayed witin the limit If one candidate's expenses ook suspiciously small, there will be other candidates ready o challenge them. The party decided to impose he spending limitation so tte all declared candidates wil lave a relatively equal shot at ie post of retiring leader T. C. Jouglas. It was also decided to unit actual convention expenditure of each candidate to ensuring that the buttons, bal-oons and bands of any well-leeled candidate won't submerge all the others. The party will also give each candidate at the beginning of the the equivalent of one cross-Can a ada trip. Provincial association i- will also help out and affih'atet 1 unions will arrange candidates meetings and tours. Party officials expect the can J dictates to get more public exposure than that achieved in any s other Canadian leadership cam paign. s But if the campaign expenses i are limited to a figure in the vi i cinity of the road show i certainly won't reach the spec tacular heights of the last Con i servative and Liberal cam paigns when dancing girls, dou ble-decker buses and charterei jets where wheeling, wheezing and whining across Canada. The campaign for the NDP leadership, to be decided on the night of April 24 next year, begins officially at an all-candi-iate meeting, probably this So far there is only one declared candidate, Ed Oshawa-Whitby) but between six and 10 are expected to enter the race. One of these will be David Lewis, the party's deputy leader, consi-iered by many party officials to be the front-runner at the moment. It hasn't yet been decided whether the expense limitations will apply prior to the all-candidate meeting. And it's still nol mown how to compute the ex-tenses of a candidate who gets lis trip paid by another organization for another reason, then does a bit of campaigningg on the side. Well-known candidates, such as MPs, have an advantage in his respect because they are constantly being invited to speak at various functions. Vhether they are campaigning becomes a matter of 4.63 Jefferson Lake. 1.25 Gr In Shares 2.75 3 Asamera 11.12'A Joutel 1.15 Invest Gr 9.3710 Banff 9.45 Kaiser Res 14.50 Invest Mutual ..4.62 5 BP Oil Gas 3.70 Kam Kotla 1.85 Mutual Ac F 4.23 4 Can South 3.00 L Ont Port Cem 1.90 Mutual Gr F 3.72 was active. Slaughter steers and heifers were scarce at steady prices; cows Were steady and no bulls were offered. Good to choice slaughter steers 28.75 to 30.20, medium 27 to 28.50. Good to choice heifers 2C.25 to 27.50, medium 25 to 26. Good cows 21.50 to 22.20, medium 20.25 to 21.25, canners and cutters 18 to 20. Replace ment cattle were mostly fleshy steers weighing more than 750 pounds at steady prices. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 29 to 31.20, 600 to 750 pounds 31.50 to 34.20. Good feeder heifers more than 650 pounds 27 to 28.30, less than 650 pounds 28.50 to 31.25. Insufficient stock steer calves to establish a market. A few good stock heifer calves 32 to 34.40. No slaughter calves. Hogs base price 28.75. Taber Livestock Prairie Livestock Ltd. officials say trade in the week was a little slower with most classes under some pounds were stronger. Yearling heifers under 850 pounds were stronger. Weaner and feeder bogs held steady. Feeder cows sold 22 to 23.35; good butcher cows 20.25 to 21.35; fair to medium butcher cows 18 to 20. Good yearling feeder steers weighing 800 to 900 Ibs. sold 31 to 32.40; 550 to 750 Ibs. 34.50 to 37. Good yearling feeder heifers 600 to 750 Ibs. 29.50 to 32; 450 to 600 Ibs. 34.50 to 3C.25. Weaner hogs sold to 16.50; light feeders 21 to 25. The next sale will be held Monday, July 27, at 1 p.m. For listings please phone 223-3921. Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD There were 454 head of cattle on offer at the Fort Macleod Auction Market Ltd., this week with the market remaining steady on all classes. Receipts were mainly slaughter cattle with very few light grass cattle on offer. Choice dry, fed steers sold from 29.50 to 29.90, medium to good steers including holsteins 27.75 to 29.30, with one package of baby beef steers weighing 780 Ibs selling at 31.10 to Bums Foods. Not to many choice dry fed heifers on offer, with low choice kinds selling from 27.25 to 28.00. Medium to good heifers sold from 26.50 to 27.00, plain kinds 25.50 to 25.25. Good cows sold from 22.50 to 23.10, medium kinds 21.00 to 22.00. Plain cows including canners and cutters 17.00 to 18.50. Good bologna bulls sold from 26.50 to 27.25. Good feeding bulls 24.00 to 25.50 with' a few bulls suitable for breeding sold from 27.00 to 29.00. All classes of feeder cattle in sttort supply with good steers selling 29.50 to 32.10 with 'lighter weights to 35.75. Thin light green steers sold to 39.00. Good feeder hsifers 27.00 to 30.00 with odd sales higher and hose on the stocker order sell-Jig to 33.50. Plain heifers of light weights 28.00 to 31.00. feeder cows 20.00 to 22.00, while a few stock cows with calves at foot sold from 300.00 to 360.00 a pair. Grldoil 6.50 Newconex 5.70 N W Fin 3.38 3 Cdn Homestd Pacific 23.00 N W Gr 3.91 4 Cdn In Gas Oil. 9.25 Rank Org 13.00 Principal Gr 3.48 3 Cdn Long Is .70 Selk Hold 11.50 Royfund 459 A Cdn Super 27.50 Shell Inv 28.00 United Ac 4.0? 4 Cen Del Rio Shell Inv Pfd 27.37'A Universal Sov 5.86 6. Charter Shell nv Wfs 12.00 Chleftan A.75 Sicks Rainier 3.87 VANCOUVER Dome Pete 47.00 We5t Seed. 2.10 Anuk 5 Dynamic Pete 1.16 Whltt Yuk 13.50 Arctic Mining French Pete 4.95 CALGARY Atlas Explor U Gt Plains 20.00 Acroll 65 Beth Copper Cont 90 Barons o Numac 5.15 North Co Permo 75 West Wa Petrol 1.06 Leduc C Pinnacle 74 Madison Place Gas 1.04 Oufnalta Ranger e.EO Rexda Scurry Rain 14.00 PIPEL Spooner 1.30 Alta Gas West Decalla 4.10 Alta Gas MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS N and .04 Block Bros 3.1 nt .02'A B.C. Sugar 15.8 rner .37 Capt Inter 3.00 mar. .OS Churchill Copper 3.2 17 Crestbrook Fr Ind 6.5 Croyden 2i .10 Dolly Varden .3 HE STOCKS Dynasty, 6.6 8r L A Endako 13.00 Tr L Pfd 70.00 Giont Mascot 2.8 (Nat) 30.00 Granlsle U.g t Gas Key Indust 3 11.30 Hys 2.7 B Pfd 2175 Interior Brew 4.0 Inc 28.00 Jericho .0 slpe Pfd 37.00 Kamloops Copper .1 pe Pfd A 55.00 Kara Copper 18 Ipc Wor 7.60 Lornex 6.7 Tr 17.25 Lytton Minerals 2.4 3aciflc 4.25 Madrona 3 AL FUNDS New Cronln 0 la 2.05 New Imp Mines 1.7 Com 6.13 6.70 North Star Copper .5 vlrt ..7.15 Primer i Vent 3.07 3.35 Silver Standard ..1.5 Fund 4.21 4.62 T C Explor 3 st F 3.95 4.33 Texmont 4 er 10.83 11.87 Trojan 5 2.67 2.93 Western Mines 4.4 st 4.68 5.11 Westcoast Res .2 t St F 4.28 4.6B Western Explor 19.50 Tr Cdn F Brit Nfld 4.05 Tr Cdn Cdn Hydro Car 13.00 Tr Cdn P Can rac Inv Fid Tr Cdn r CPR Pfd B.12Vi WfiStcOQSt Cygnus A 4.40 Western Cygnus B 4.25 MUTU Gt Cdn Oil S 3.85 AGF Spec Gt Cdn Oil 6-75. 100.00 All B 15.00 All Cdn Home Pitfld 2.10 Amr Gr Hud Bay Co 13.75 Cdn Inve 1 Hud Bay Oil 36.50 Cmnw In Husky Oil 8.25 Cmnw Le Husky Oil War. 2.50 Corp !nv in Prov Pipe 9.30 Corp Inve Intl UtII Pfd 25.00 Dreyfus f TORONTO MIN Supplied by Richard LAST Bl a.m. Quotes) INDUSTRIALS Molsons B Alcan 21.12'A Power Co Algoma Stee! 12.50 Price Co Afco Ind 11.1214 Rothmans Atlan Sugar 5.75 Shell CDA Bc-il Tel 42.75 Simpson's "drazil Trac 13.37'A Simp Sear B.C. Tel 58.00 Steef ot L Burns 8.00 Selkirk A B.C. Forest 32.50 Texaco Sugar 15.75 Traders G CAE Ind 4.00 Trans Mt Cdn brew 7.1216 Trans Car Chsmcell 4.85 Union Gas Col Cellulose 5.25 Union Oil Cal Power 20 25 Versatile CWN Gas 9.75 Westeel Cdn Indust e.37'A Union Car Canada S S 20.50 Weston's E Cdn Marcon! '3.30 Woodward Cdn Vickers 6.25 West Cdn Chrysler 21.00 Zenith INDUSTRIALS son Securities of Canada D OR SALE .m. Quoies) a.m. Quotes) Frobex 2i it First Marltlmes 1.11 'p 17.50 Giant Y.K p 6.00 Gortdrum 3.25 7.25 'Gunnar 1.25 9.25 Granduc 8.50 28.25 Headway R.L. 10.00 15.00 Hollinger 29.50 S Hud. Bay M-S 22.00 an 21.37% Hydra Ex 19 10.75 Highland Bell 2.85 21.62W Iron Bav 2.55 p A S.75 Iso 1.47 Pp Jollet Quebec .24 Pp 28.2i Kerr Addison 10.62 Hoc Key Anacon .40 31.50 Labrador 28.00 Mfg 2.iO Lake Shore 3.33 9.37'A Leitch 1.60 11.75 Langis Silver .06 i 21.6216 Macassa 1-32 s A 15.1214 Madsen R.L. .83 Sd 2.10 Malartlc G.F. .72 c 1.30 Martin McNeely 10.00 ANKS Maybrun 22 ral 79.50 Maclntyre1 161.00 Meta 16 a 17.50 Midrlm 30 21.87% Intern Mogul 11.25 IB. 12% New Athona .17 HES New Calumet .22 .09 New Imperial 1.80 1.90 Noranda 27.50 .39 Northgate 10.00 2.00 Opemiska 12.25 n .40' Oslsko 31 08 Patino 38.00 2.05 Pine Point 30.25 21 Placer Dcv. 31.00 13.00 P.C. Exp 75 5.10 Quebec Man .16 ng. 2.15 Rayrock 1.2? 20.75 Radiore 30 t. 2.25 Rio Algom 18.00 1.35 Roman Corp. 7.25 9.25 Silverflelds 2.20 bier .95 Sherrltt Gordon 18.75 14 Silver Miller .06 41 Steep Rock 3.05 11.00 Siscoe 1.81 Mine 1.50 Tek Corp 5.75 nes 26.50 Texmont .48 07 Upper Canada 1.50 1.03 Western Mines 4.35 55.W Wright Har. 1.51 .30 Wlllroy .31 Mine 1.30 Windfall 10 sn 5.60 Yellowknlfe Br. 500 Died In Icy River Tragedy DEHHA DUN, India MONTREAL (CP) Prices on the Montreal stock market moved fractionally higher in light trading today. Dominion Textile advanced to 11. it was announced earlier that consolidated sales for Dominion Textile for the' quarter ending June totalled Backs Rail Link FAIRVIEW, Alta. (CP) A proposal by the Fairview Chamber of Commerce to build a railway link across 'the Peace River 60 miles north ol Grande Prairie has brought favorable comments from Premier Harry Strom. In a letter to the chamber, Mr. Strom suggested the Northern Alberta Railway be approached to provide a connection. The Fairview chamber suggested the Alberta Resource Railway be extended from Grande Prairie to Rycroft and on to Fairview, about 75 miles north of Grande Prairie. The chamber also proposed that a power dam be built as the railway crossing across the river at feared to have drowned after a fleet of buses, cars and taxis was swept into an icy Himalayan river- by sudden floods. First reports said at least 200 were believed lost when a bridge collapsed under the pressure ot floodwaters, sending the vehicles and their passengers hurtling into the Alaknanda River in TJttar Pradesh state. But bus company officials lere today said the death toll may have soared to more than 500. The victims were among about 600 Indians, mainly Hindu pilgrims, returning from the emple at Badrinath Tuesday. Rescue workers today battled hrough slime-covered rubble in he search for survivors of the ragedy some 180 miles northeast of New Grain Prices Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) The November rapeseed reached a seasonal high at the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today as traders concentrated their dealings in the deferred futures all grains. With the exception of flax, all grains posted fractional increases at the close. July rape-seed also was fractionally higher, but only two trades were completed. Rapeseed had good buying activity by commission houses and exporters. Oats and barley had a light trade while rye trade continued to improve. Volume of trade Thursday Included bushels of rye, of flax and of rapeseed. Export loadings of Canadian wheat Thursday included bushels to Japan and to Italy. Prices for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durum 1.70V4; 2 3 4 1.54; IGA prices: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durm 2 3 4 1.54. High Low Close Flai Jly Oct 272 270V4 271% NOV 265 263% 265 Dec 261 260% 260% May 265% Rapeseed Jly 285 282 284% Nov 275% 271% 274 Jan 272% 269 271% Mar 286% 265% 267% May 261% 259 260% Oats Jly Oct 78 76% 77 Dec TlVi 77 77% May 79 78% 79 Burley Jly 111% Oct 113 112T4 113 Dec 113% May 116 Rye Jly 98% 97% 98% Oct 101% 101 101% Dee 103 May 107% 107 Gets Gree OTTAWA (CP) The prices and incomes commission sail today Canadian Pacific and Ca nadian National Railways wer within the commission's price-restraint criteria in raisin many of their freight rates b; four to eight per cent this year The increases, the eommis sion said, along with any other increases likely to be made tK year, will be insufficient to cover increased costs. In both cases, traffic volume will be u >ut because of the squeeze o the margin of revenues ove costs, .the companies will no lave higher earnings. "When all freight rate !n creases either implemented o aimed for 1970 are taken into jccount, the CNR current! orecasts that its deficit on Ca adian rail operations will in ease by from to over the deficit of the commission said. "Actual revenues for the firs alf of 1970 appear to be Hike m Light "Financial data supplied by the CPR indicates that its net income in 1970 from rail operations is not likely to improve over 1969, and will be well below the levels of the base year 1968. "These projected figures include revenues from all increased rates already implemented or planned for 1970. The CPR is, therefore, within the criteria." The criteria are that price increases in 1970 should be clearly less than cost increases. This was arbs d to by a meeting of 300 leaders of business and the professions here in February, subsequently endorsed by a federal-provincial premiers 20.00 Can 1 mpe Cons Bath 11.50 Montreal Cons Gas 15.8716 Nova Scot Dist Sea 46.00 Royal Dom Bridge 74.50 Tor-Dom Domtar 12.75 M Dom Textile 10.75 Dom Stores 12.87'A Advocate Dome Pete 47.00 Akaltcho Fam Play 9.00 Area Mine Fd of Amer 46.50 Belcher Ir Gt Cdn Oil 3.85 Black Bay Gen Motors 68.50 Bralorne Gt Lakes Pap 17.25 Broulan Gulf Oil Cda 15.62'A Bethlehem Hawker Sid Brunswick Huron, Erie 15.QO Canada Tu Hiram WalJc 41.25 Cassiar Imperial Oil 16.75 Central Pa Imperial Tob 13.50 Chlmo Int Nickel 40.00 Conwest Int Pipe Cons. Rarr nv Gp A 6.37V3 Coin Lake nt Utilities 23.50 Cochenour ndust Accept 13.87'A Cralgmont .aurentide 3.80 Dickenson Kelly Doug A 5.ffl% Denlson M Loeb 5.50 Deer Nominated EVIAN, France (AP) The Lutheran World Federation As-s e m b 1 y overwhelmingly sup-mrted Thursday the nomination if Roman Catholic Archbishop Dom Helder Camara. of Recife and Olinda, Brazil, for the 1970 Peace Prize. Delegates voted 105 to 55 for the resolution describing him as a "symbol for hose who have devoted their, lives to the struggle against and inhuman condi-ions of ASPHALT 4 PAVING 4 f TOLLESTRUP J W SAND and GRAVEl 4 k Construction ts. Lid, W 328-2702 327-3610 4 Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. today provided1 by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 28.22 to 28.30, selling 28.30. Average Thursday 28.06. Red Deer: No market. Average Thursday 28.24. Calgary: Quoted -28.10 to 28.75, selling 28.75. Average Thursday 28.54. Lethbridge: Quoted 28.75 to 28.95, selling 28.95. Average Thursday 28.29. L 1 o y drranster: No market. Average Thursday 27.65. Total hogs sold this morning 289 and Thursday. Average price 28.19. Average price of sows Thursday Stores 16.50 Dome Mine Massey Ferg Donalda McMillan 23.00 Discovery Moore Corp 29.00 East Sulltv Molsons A 13.87ft Falconbridg NEW YOF Supplied by Richards Amr T and T ___ 45.25 Montgomen Anaconda 23.50 Sears 5th Steel 21.75 Std Oil of Chrysler 20.75 Texas STOCKS on. Securities of Canada t Ward SO Golds 153.08 nff .09 ALSO 10 Base Met 91.65 up .34 N.J. S.62V1 15 W Oils 141.17 up 113.75 Volume Timetable Worked Out For Pullout HONOLULU (AP) A United States-South Korea defence conference has ended without a timetable for withdrawing almost a third of the U.S. troops stationed in the Asian country. At the end of tne two-day meeting yesterday, a U.S. source said the withdrawal 6: men would be a topic of 'continuing consultation" with South Korean officials. In Seoul, President Chung Hee Park of South Korea said his government is "strongly bp-losed" to any U.S. troop reduc-ion in Korea in the next four or ive years. It was Park's first official reaction to the U S 121.50 Woolworth 32.25 30 InduSt 728.50 off 4.18 General Motors 66.87ft Westlnghouse Ele'c 64.00 20 Rails 130.51 off .22 Gulf 26.50 U.s; Steel 30.25 15 Utilities 105.61 Off .16 nt Harvester 2J.50 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 229.05 off .92 Kenn Copper 44.87'A 20 Indust 155.02 off .24 Volume with the company's forest of a less favorable position 1970. Concerning CP Rail, the wtn-mission SI Leap In j WINNIPEG (CP) Over seas clearance of wheat fo June exceeded both the May total of bushels and the exported in the same month last year. The board of grain eommis sioners, in the monthly report said the June clearances of bushels raised the June than the in the corresponding period last season. Principal importers for the month were China with bushels, Russia, with Indian with Bri-tain with and Japan with Canada's major wheat customers for the current crop season, with 1968-69 totals in brackets, are: China Britain Russia and Japan June exports of other principal grains were oats, barley rye flax and rapeseed bushels. St. Lawrence ports cleared bushels of all grains during the past month while Pacific coast terminals shipped Direct overseas clearance from Thunder Bay totalled bushels of the major grains and Lake Forests Burn GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Twenty-eight fires were reported burning in the Footner Lake region, 400 miles northwest of Edmonton, where acres had been burned. Five of the fires were terme< "major" by forestry officials. The largest covered acres. Most of the smaller fires were reported under control. Eight new. fires had startec since Tuesday afternoon. About 400 men, helped by water bombers, helicopters anc Bulldozers were fighting the Futures WINNIPEG (CP) _ There was improved trade on the Winnipeg live beef futures today with trades executed at prices near previous close levels. Open High Low Close Wed. Sep. 29.65 29.70 29.65 29.70 29.65 Nov. 29.00 29.00 29.00N Jan. 29.00A At! we trust people Need money 92 years, we've built 'finance company in tl people likeyou! And ev million people trust tl to HFC. For prompt, L help, borrow with confi Apply for your 1 We'll supply people, trust us :he largest consumer ie by trusting Futures WINNIPEG (CP) After a week of almost no activity, the tfaritimes potato futures market had a little activity today in the November future. Open High Low Close Wed. Nov. 2.35 2.35 2.30N Mar. 2.57N 2.57N Apr. 2.70A 2.70A May 2.90B bushels. This is Indicated On Charges 3f Bombing WASHINGTON (AP) A QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 3th SI. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capital Furniture IDDY DIETRICH, Premier Chung H-kwon of South Korea had said earlier hat he and his 10-man cabinet would resign if the troops are eir money problems nderstanding money dence from HFC, oan by phone, r loan by mail. Up At Banff Park BANFF (CP) A total of vehicles carrying passengers entered the eastern gateway of Banff National 'ark in the week ending July 9, officials announced today.. This compared with vehicles and passengers ast year in the same Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location in Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about October, 1970. Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in approximately four years. For further information please or phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 Sth Ave. S.W., CAIGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) Wliooping Cranes Vot In Danger CALGARY (CP) Several orest fires were buniing in Yood Buffalo National Park ut the nesting grounds of the are whooping cranes were not n any immediate danger, a na-onal parks spokesman said to-ay. One fire was burning 20 niles west of the cranes' nesting region ut the prevailing wind was in southerly direction while the area was to the east of M iire'i of the Weathermen action of the Students for a Democratic Society Thursday, barging them with conspiracy o commit bombings. Attorney-General John N. litchell announced the action of ie grand jury, Mitchell said the indictments esulted from an investigation onducted after dynamite de--royed a townhouse in New ork March 6, killing three per-ons. The indictments said the 13 ho were named as defendants nd 15 others planned to "use destructive devices and xplosives to destroy police in-allations. and other civic, usiness and educational bviild-gs tlirough the country and to ill and injure MONTHLY PAYMENT PUNS II- 41 3S. 11 !l I! meatla Konlhs months months ittculKi bushels of SO 18.35 23.73 32.86 41.45 58.11 9, Drowns [n Dugout PENHOLD (CP) Kevin )ean Hollman, 9, drowned in a arm dugout in the Penhold istrict about 10 miles south of led Deer. Police said the boy apparcnt-l was playing on a raft or in-atcd inncrtube when it 77.16 94 3NO 92.59 113 107.53 123.46 151 90M 134.41 154.32 38 MrncnU include cr ncipal aid Inltrtsl and are bjsej M rtpVRifnl but do JKl at ude tits