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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wetlneidoy, July quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Ja L by Doherty, uoadhousc and McCuaig) i LAST BID OR SALE lll'OO i rn. D1 fl.m. Gijolesj Ol-dli a Ouolet) WESTERN OILS Husky O In SI F S.03 5.50 Alminrx 5.80 Husky Oi B .17. SI) Dreylus f U.S. U.31 Alia East Gas 5.25 Husky Oil War 7. JO Gr Eflully 4-6 7.M Asamcra 20. SO Inter Prov Pipe 15.35 Or In Shares 3.61 3.97 Ashland 12.25 Inlcr Steel Pipe 7.25 Invest Or F 11.04 12.07 BP Oil Gas 7.30 Cdn Oct denial 10.37V] Invest mutual 5.41 S.91 Can South 5.70 Joutel .72 Mutual Ac 5.50 6.0 Ccn Ex Gas -U5 Kaiser Res 5.H7''2 Mutual Gr F 5.2B 5.8 Cdn Homcstd 10.25 Kam Kotia .S3 Nat Res 7.56 tU6 Cdn Home Pfd 19.25 L Dulault W Fin 4.67 5.13 Cdn Ind Gas Oil ll.SSVi L Onl Par Cem 2.75 M W Or 5.36 5.B9 Cdn Long 15 .70 MGF anage 2.00 Principal Gr -1.39 4.82 Cdn Super 43.50 Mentor .91 Royiuncl 5. (6 5.90 Cen Del Rio 16.25 Ncwconex 5.60 Temp Gr 26.84 Charter 6.25 Pacific Pele 33.12Vi United Ar 4.80 5.27 rhiettan 690 Rank Ore, 21.00 Dome Pete 107.75 Sell; Hold 15.50 VANCOUVER Tele 1.03 Shell Can 37.50 Anuk .19 Gt Plains 33.fi7'2 shell Inv Pfd 3725 Arctic Mining 07 Lochiel 1.2D siiHI Inv WIs 17.75 Alias Explor Mill Cily 1.60 Sicks Rainier 2 2 Bath Norse 1.51 New Cont .72 Teledyne Beth Copper 17.50 North Cdn Oil 7. .10 West Cdn Seed -'..SO Block Bros 3.oO Numac 9.70 While Yukon 1250 Brenda 6.75 Permo .58 CALGARY B.C. Sugar 9.50 Petrol 1.35 Acroll -70 B.C. Sugar Pfd 16.50 P nnacle .62 Barons Oi Cap! Inter Pace Gas 1.38 Narlh Cont .03 Churchill opper 1.00 Ponder .11 Madison Col cellulose 4.00 Ranqer Warner .28' Coronation red! 1.10 Scurry Rain 2025 PIPELINE Crestbrook F Ind 4.7S Soooncr 1.91 Gas Tr L A .15.50 Croyden .18 Tolal 8.10 Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 72.00 Dolly varden .36 W. Decalta 7.15 Alta Nat Gas Dynasty 7.60 MISCELLANEOUS Cdn W Nat Gas 17.00 Forl Reliance 52 INDUSTRIES Inland Nat Gas 13-25 Giant Mascot 5.53 Agra Ind 9.25 N and C 15. !5 Granisle 11.25 Alco Ind 9.15 Pacific Gas Tr 1J.OO Growers B Aqualaine !7.12'-i N and C B Pld 31.50 Key Indus! 26 Brit Nfld S.JJVi Gaz Metro 5.S7V: Hys Cdn Brew A 29.75 Ga! Metro Pfd A 67.00 Interior Brew 4.75 Cdn Brew B 36.00 Tr Cdn P 33.50 Inter Mariner .82 Cdn Hydro Car 15.75 Tr Cdn P Pfd B 39 50 Kamloops Copper .09 Cdn Pacific Inv 23.75 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 62.25 Lornex 8.10 CPR Pfd 11-00 Tr P Cdn War Lytton Minerals 1.B5 Crowsnest Ind 2.1.00 WC Trans 26. So New Imp Mines 80 Cygnus A Western Pac fie 6 50 Okanagan Helicop 5.50 Cyqnus B 625 MUTUAL FUNDS Plains Pete .23 Cum Prop 12.00 AGF Spec al 2.93 Primer .10 Gl Cdn Oil S 525 All Cdn Com 8.36 Pyramid 76 Gt Cdn Oil 6-75 100.00 All Cdn Div d 9.46 1C- 3-1 Silver Standard 1.3a Home A 33.75 All Cdn Vent 3.69 stampede Int Res .95 Home B 3-t.OO Amr Gr F 5 94 6.52 Texmont -J7 Home Pitfield 2 25 Cdn Invest F 4.58 5.02 Trojan .JO Hud Bay Co 18.75 Collect Muiua 6.49 7.12 'A'eslern Mines 3. 5 -iud Bay Oil -17.00 Cmmv Inter 13.96 15 3-1 WC Res .08 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 59.00 Cmnw Lev 3.70 -1.07 western Explor Hugh Russell 20.00 Corp Invest 5.45 596 Utica .30 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Kicliardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotrs) MINES Norlex .38 Dom Stores 12.75 Acme .21 Opemiska 10.87' 3 Dome Pele 109.25 Advocate A5b. 2.02 Oslsko .30 Dofssco ?d-50 Akaltcho Pattno 71.50 CAB 13-50 Black Bay Pine Point 30.00 Fri of Am er 6J.OO Bralorne 2.00 Placer Dev. 31-50 Gt Ccfn Oil 5.25 Broulan .25 P.C. Exp. Gen Motors 79.50 Bethlehem 17.37V2 Quebec Man .16 Gt Lakes Pap 16.00 Brunswick 5.35 Rayrock 1.25 Gulf Oil Cda 25.75 Canada Tung 1.95 Radiore -2C1: Greyhound 14.25 Cassiar 52.00 Rio Algom 16.12'.': Hawker Sid 2-80 Centra! Pat. 2.-'-" Roman Corp. 6.25 Huron, Erie 37.12Vj Chimo 27 Shcrritt Gordon 15.50 Hiram Walk 38.00 Conwest 9.50 Silver Miner .M'i Imperial Oil 56.87'.; Cons Rambler 1-79 Steep Rock 2. 35 Imasca 20. 12V? Coin Lake Tek Corp. 6.20 Ir.t Nickel 3-1.50 Cochenour Texmont .50 Int Pipe 28.25 Craiqrnon) fi.70 Uoper Cansdfl 1.K5 Inv Gp A 7.75 Dickenson Mine 1.06 Western M nes 3.20 Int Utilities 37.00 Denison Mines 2 Wright Har. 1..15 Indus t AccepI 18.00 Deer Horn .05 Willroy .91 Laurentide 8.37Vi D'Etdons .56 Windfall .Ti'i Kelly Doug A 5.37Va Dom" Mines 71.00 Br. 6..'.0 Loeb Donalda .09 Zenmac 2 Loblaw A 5.75 Discovery Mi..e .99 INDUSTRIALS Metro Stores East Malartic 1-05 Abitibi 7.25 Massey Ferp 11-25 Easl Sullivan 2.90 Alcan 21.50 McMillan Bloe 24.00 Fa'conbrldge 95 00 Alqoma Steel 12.75 Moore Corp 37.50 Frol-ex 1" 2 Atco Ind 9.25 Molsons A 17.62V? Msritimes 1 Allan Sugar 7.25 Molsons B 17.87Vi Giant Y K. 950 Bel! Tc' -16.75 North, Cent 15.75 Bovis 2.15 Brazil Trsc 19.67', 2 Power Corp 5.25 Grand uc 6.00 B.C. Tel 62.50 Price Co 7.87 Headway R.L. .OS1 2 Burns 13.fi2Va Rothmans Hollir.qer -l-'-.SO B.C. Forest 19.25 Sf Law Corp 19.00 Hudson Bay M-S 2310 B.C. 19.50 Sholl CDA 37.50 Hydra Ex. 2 CAF Ind -1-35 Simp Sears 37.25 Iron Bay 320 Cdn Rrpw Stpcl (if Can 25.75 (so 1 S? ChemceH 5.50 Jclipf Quebec Ccl Cellulose Traders Gp A 13.87V2 Kerr Addison E.95 Cal Poxver 2', Trans Mtn PD 23.75 Key Anscon "J rrrrn Crcd t Trans Can Pp 33.25 Labrador 39.75 C W N Gas 11.25 Union Gas 15.87', 2 Lake Shore 3.15 Cdn Inausl Union Oil -15.00 Madsen R.L. .63 Ctinda S S 32.00 Versatile Mfg a. 20 Malar tic GF Ccfn Marconi 3.10 Westeel 11.75 Martin McNeely -09 Crin Vickers 10.00 Union Car 17.75 Msrlntyre Chrysler Wpston's B 17.25 Mcta .17' CPR Woodward's A 23.50 Midrim .2-1 Cominco 23. B71: West Cdn 5d 4.55 Intern Mooul 10.62'; Cons Bath g.50 Zenith E'ec New Athona .M1 1 Cons Gas 2l.i2'.2 BANKS New Calumet .22 Dist Sea 55.00 Can Imperial 22.50 NPW Imnnrifll 7A Dom Bridye 23.75 Montreal 15.87'-' New Imperial .76 Noranda 35.50 Selkirk A 15.50 Royal Livestock (Supplied uy Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 2SD cattle. Receipts mostly gocd and choice butcher steers and hei-ers. Trade active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting reasonably good demand, prices 25 cents lower for the veek. Medium grades 50 or more higher. Gocd and choice butcher heifers fully steady. All classes of c'ows selling about steady. Medium and good replacement cattle selling at steady rates. Choice steers 31.50 to 32; good 30.25 to 31.25; medium 27.50 to 28.75. Choice heifers 27 lo 27.BO; good 26 to 27; medium 25 to 26. Good cows 21.75 lo 22.50; nedium 21 to 21.50; canners and cutters 18 to 21. Good heavy feeder steers 30.50 to 31.50; medium 28.30. Butcher hcgs sold Tuesday .o.b. Lethbridge 21.90 to 21.95 jase price. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts o 11 a.m., head of cattle and calves were divided c cuts sale TORONTO (CP) A. E. Knox says he believes that houses sell themselves. That was the basic philosophy behind an idea three years ago which led to the formation of Principals Only Real Estate Information Service Ltd. Mr. Knox, president of Ihe company which has handled more than million in sales, said; "Price governs everything. The buyer knows what he wants, needs and, most important, can afford. If a house meets tiiese requirements he will buy it. If not, no one can sell it to him." Principals has no salesman, and therefore collects no commission. Sellers register their homes with the company and pay a standard fee, regardless of the sale price of their home. In return, Principals supplies a For Sale sign, prepares a description of the property and photographs and advertises it. MAKE OWN DEALS The company, however, does not take prospective buyers to the property. It acts as a service to put prospective buyers and sellers in touch with each other, and they then make their1 own ismen "We have eliminated Ihe costly taxi service provided by brokers and this is how we save our clients says Mr. Knox. People who see the company's For Sale sign on a property can telephone the office and receive details of the properly and the owner's name and telephone number. The actual showing of the property is left lo Ihe vendor. The company also handles general requests from prospective buyers, "If a buyer calls us and says he is interested in a two-storey home with three bedrooms and a recreation room in a certain part of the city and wants to spend about we will send him descriptions of all the properties we have listed which match his requirements." The company handles commercial, business, cottage and industrial real estate in' the same manner. The company, which star'ed with a Toronto office, now has offices in Oshawa, Barrie, Oril-lia and British Columbia. "Within five or 10 years, this is the way 90 per cent of all real estate will be says Mr. climb OAKV1LLE Ont. (CP) Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. reports a marked improvement in automotive sales during the first half of the year, leading to net income of million or a share compared with million or a share for the corresponding period of 1970. Sales for the six months totalled million, up 7.6 per cent from the corresponding period of 1970. The company said in a report to shareholders that the favorable earnings reflected improvement in Canadian operations. Dollar sales in Canada were million, up close to 20 per cent from the 1970 level of million. by overseas subsidiaries in Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and Singapore totalled million, down million from the comparable 1970 period. Net income for the subsidiaries dropped to million from million. Canadian dealers sold and trucks during the six-month period, up 13.5 per cent from the units sold during the first half of 1970. Oils leac at mid-n TORONTO (CP) Western oils continued to register sharp losses, as prices on the Toronto stock market dropped lower in moderate mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials were down .38 to 179.27 and western oils 1.91 to 232.33. Golds rose .06 to 185.03 and base metals .08 to 94.64. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up from at the same time Tuesday. Declines outnumbered a d-vances 118 to 72, with 162 issues unchanged. BEVERAGES WEAK Weakest sectors were banking, beverage, real estate and merchandising. Eleven of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups moved lower. Chemical, industrial mining and general manufacturing issues edged fractionally higher. Rank dropped to Aqui-trine 3s to 527'i, Seagrams to S55 R. L. Grain H to 313'.a and Gulf Oil to Imperial Oil was down 3a to Great Canadian Oil Sands 40 cents to Mclntyre 1 to S98 and Voyager 15 cents to Falconbridge rose 1 to Reichhold Chemicals to Moore !i to S38, International Utilities :1s to and Dynasty 45 cents to 57-80. Southam was up to Inco to 5s. Hudson Bay Mining '4 to Pacific Pete 'i to LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices were off in most sec ors in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was 002.600 compared with at the same time Tuesday. On index, the composite fell .12 to 132.17, industrials .08 to 185.45. utilities .18 to 154.78 and banks .27 to 206.95. Papers rose to 80.50. Among declines. Hudson's Oil lost 7s to S465s and Can-ana Steamship "i to Velcro Irrlu.strios and Hudson's Bay Co. were off to 517'i and respectively. Highlighting gains, Moore Corp. rose to S377E. On the Canadian Stock Exchange, Great Eastern Resources rose two cents to 82 cents on a volume of shares and Zinat Mines two cents to 30 cents on shares. PRICES FIRM NEW YORK (AP) Stock prices firmed a bit today in moderately active trade. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 4.60 at 376.10. Analysts said an accumulation of discouraging economic news was responsible for the broad decline. Glamor issues were mixed, with Control Data up Vs to IBM ahead Vk at Polaroid off Ui to SHB'is; Xerox down :is at and Burroughs up to U.S. Steel continued to top the New York Stock Exchange active list, trading down 1% dive lorning its low for the session. Bethlehem Steel was off Vi to and Republic Steel down !i at Lockheed was up to The Associated Press GO-stock average was off 1.4 to 314.8 at noon. Texaco was off 3s to General Electric down 'i at RCA off H at and Natomas ahead 1'k at Mclntyre Porcupine was off a point to Granby Mining lost to S19''b and Massey-Fer-guson VJ to Genstar Ltd. was up Vs On the American Stock Exchange, Imperial Oil was off to Brascan Ltd. dropped Vt to Up were Scurry Rainbow Oil, at and Canadian Javelin, at prices Winnipeg cows. Trade was active and all classes of slaughter cattle met a good demand from local and eastern buyers. Prices on all classes were strong. Choice slaughter steers, bounds up, sold 25 cents higher, with some sales to 32.50. Hei-'ers regained Tuesday's loss in today's trading. All grades of cows traded at strong prices, with sales of a few good cows to 23. Choice steers sold 31.75 lo 32.50, good 30.75 to 31.75, medium 29 to 30.50. Choice heifers 27.50 to 28.20, good 26.76 t'O 27.50, medium 26 to 26.75. Good 22 to 22.75, medium 21 to 22, canners and cutters 19 to 21. Good bulls 25 to 27. Replacement cattle w e r e mostly heavy feeder steers 750 pounds and up and fleshy heifers. Trade continued active al fully steady prices. Gccd feeder steers 750 pounds up 31 to 32.75, good feeder heifers 27 to 28.50. No calves were offered. Hogs average base price was were on an easier price pattern at mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Hapeseed had some commission house buying and exporters on both sides of the market in a fair volume of trade. Other commodities had a quiet trade. MID-SESSION Flax: July 'i lower 2.41, Oct. 'i lower Nov. lower Dec. '2 lower 2.43-i, May lower 2.53'i. Rapeseed Vancouver: July unchanged 3.3714, S'ept. 2'.i lower 3.08V4, Nov. 2 lower Jan. 2VS lower March lower Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct. 1V4 lower 2.9034B. Dec. I'.'B lower May 1'j lower 2.86B. Oats: July unchanged 74A. Oct. 3s ower 733i, Dec. unchanged 735sB, may 's higher 737s. Barley: July 's lower Oct. 's lower Dec. Vi ower 1.10'sB, May unchanged 1.09B. Rye: July ]z lower Oot! '2 lower 1.04U. Dec. 'i lower 1.04'iA. May not open. Prices for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 1.815i: 3 1.765i; 4 1 Durum 2 1.804: 3 1.71 '.i: 4 IGA prices: 1 Nor 2 l.Blis; 3 IJir-s; 4 1 Durum hangs in WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate refused today for a second time to curb debate on a corporate rescue bill designed to save financially-ailing Lockheed Aircraft Corp. The vote was 59 to 39 or seven short of the needed two-thirds. Lockheed supporters picked up strength since the first attempt Monday when the vote was 42 to 47 or 18 votes short. Today's vote was taken two hours after the Senate decisively defeated an amendment that would have denied Lockheed favored status in the bill and possibly pushed the firm into bankruptcy. The Senate, which will be in recess Aug. 6 to Sept. 8, rejected 60 to 35 an amendment by Senator Adlai E. fate balance III (Dem. which would have subjected Lockheed's request forh ?250 million in federal loan guarantees to another two months of probably fatal delay. Nixon administration backers immediately prepared another petition' aimed at limiting debate. A vote was set for Friday. Although broadened from the original White House request to save only Lockheed, the bill nevertheless remains chiefly intended to save the California aerospace firm's development of a 400-passenger airbus. Without government help or assurances of it before Congress recesses, Lockheed says it will be forced to cancel the program, file for reorganization and lay off thousands of prices EDMONTON7 (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: E d m o n ton: 21.85, average Tuesday 22.05. Red Deer: 21.95, average Tuesday 22.12. Calgary: 21.90, average Tuesday 22.28. Lcthbridge: Nil. Average Tuesday 21.99. Llovdminster: Nil. Average Tuesday 21.73. Total hogs sold 310, Tuesday Average 22.05. futures WINNIPEG (CP) Maritime potato futures Tuesday: Open High Low Close Nov 2.25N Mar 2.G5A Apr 2.70A May futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Tuesday: Open High Low Close Jly 32.25N Sep 32.40 32.40 32.40 32.40 Nov 31.60 31.60 31.60 cares whether you cau trust a car salesman or not? Who cares whether he gives you a fair price 1'or your trade-in? And a fair deal on your new car? And who cares whether you get good fiuauciug or not? Who cares whether the salesman greets you with a smile or not? Whether he treats you politely? Whether he gives you the straight facts when you ask him a question? Who cares enough to see that you get the right car for your needs with the right options and doesn't try lo sell you into something bigger than you really want? Who cares whether your new car is properly checked over before you drive it away? Or whether you get the kind of service you need when you come hack, or whether you ever come back at all? KING CHRYSLER DODGE 3rd AVENUE and llth STREET SOUTH Low Close Flax Jlv 241 !s 239'i 240 Oct 245 244 244-M Nov 2l4''i 242'i 243 Dec 241r'i 242-n8 May 253" i 251% Rapeseed Vancouver Jlv 340% 33714 Se'p 311 '4 304 306 li Nov 297 289 Vz Jan 2913.i 287ni Mar 285% 280 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 291 287 290 Dec 280% 277V2 280 '.'4 May 287 284 Oats Jly 74 74 74 Oct 74 73 '1 735s Dec May 73 !i 73% 737s Barley Jly 112-s 111 112 Oct 112 Dec lOOVi 110 May 1087B 108'g May Rye Jly 103 10134 Oct 1023i Dec 104V2 102C May York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T .M Sears 87.25 20 Golds 185.21 up .2.1 Anaconda 18.00 Std Oil of HJ. 77.75 10 Base Met 94.60 up .0-1 Beth Steel 22.00 Texas Gulf 17.50 15 W Oils 23260 off 1 64 Chrysler 26.37V; Texas Co 36.12', j Volume Comsat 62 Wicks Corp '13 25 Dupont UJ.25 Woolworth A6.50 NEW YORK AVERAGES GM n.W j Westinqhouse Elec 3-1. 30 Indust 87619 off 649 Gulf 31.75 U.S. Steel 20 Rails 209.95 off 1 36 In! Harvester 26.75 15 Utililies 117.04 off .31 Kenn Copper 31.50 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 stocks off Ii51 Montgomery Ward 35.75 20 Indus! 179.22 off .rfl Volume pricing requested by Basford OTTAWA (CP) Consumer Affairs Minister Hop Basford has called on rcajor Canadian supermarket chains to introduce unit pricing in their stores. "The widespread use of unit pricing would of great assistance to Mr. Basford told company presidents in a letter. "It would enable them more readily to compare the relative prices of different products in the same category, and of different sizes ,jf containers for the same product." At the federal-provincial consumer affairs conference here in May, the provinces agreed to co-operate with proposed federal studies on methods of unit pricing, the marking of product price by unit of weight or measure as well as the total price. Mr. Basford also has written provincial ministers responsible for consumer affairs asking them to support his request to the supermarket load of barley delivered MAGRATH (HNS A local farmer, Adolph Ruzas, has made the first delivery of bar-ey to the grain elevators at Welling. Mr. Ruzas received about 80 cents a bushel for bushels delivered Tuesday. His yield was 75 bushels an acre. Ron Hansen, elevator operator, said it was the earliest delivery of barley in recent Kennedy coins gather dust in. Washington WASHINGTON (A P) -About 200 million 1971 Kennedy half dollars are gathering dust in government coffers, going largely unused for reasons the treasury department can't fully understand. "I can't understand the said Mary T. Brooks, director of the United Slates Mint. "They're not using them." The situation has reached the point hero Federal Reserve banks are calling commercial banks to encourage demand, figuring if the public knows there ar'e plenty of new half dollars, bearing the likeness of former president John F. Kennedy, demand will pick up. "There arc vending machines by the thousands sitting in Mrs. Brooks said in an interview. "Tie owners are dying to use them if the banks would use the half dollars." But commercial banks say tli'.'y are not ordering the because the public deify ml is too weak. "I can't understand she said. "The half dollar weighs exactly the same as two qiinrtn's and Ihere would be loss rattling in the pocket. They're much less dives at Acklaiids WINNIPEG (CP) Ack-lands Ltd. reports unaudited net profit of for the six-month period ended May 31, compared with a restated net loss of for the same period last year. Total sales for the period were a decrease of about million from the same period in 1970. Company officials said lower sales volume is largely a result of closing a substantial number of unprofitable operations. Sale of redundant real estalc accounted for of the six-month not By Gene Fawcette LAUGHTER CAN BEDAN6EBOJSJ THIS IS THE CONCLUSION OF A RESEARCHER WHO TESTED PEOPLE ASTHEYLISTENEDTO COMEDIAMS' TAPED JOKES. HEARTBEAT VVEMT UPTOAS HEH AS 120, THE 6REATHIN6 CYCLE WAS DISRUPTED AND THE ADRENAL SLANCS WERE STIMULATED..., me 'FUNW'RX, fUfmCULAftLYfCRTHOSe HKMiEMSMJOkEOKntO VALUE MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds was up IMG to 3-16. Pound sterling was up 9-16 to Senate approved Tuesday a bill recognizing the right of conscientious objection on religious, philosophical or moral YORK (CP) Canadian dollar down 11-M at 117 53-fi-1 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling up 1-32 al ;