Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
tETHMIDei HBAID ITf 1P1 m 1, 1 1 :.raetnrlr Replace ment cattle QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roedhousc and 1 y LivesiocK (Supplied by Canada Department of fleshy steers and heifers meeting a good local demand at steady prices. Good feeder steers BID Quoits) a.m. WESTERN OILS Husky Oil SALE QUOIM) i.m. QuoTMl ?.7S Cnslbrook 16.00 Croyden Canada A t f Oil, Indi Stocks I TORONTO (CP) The 'Toronto stock market was frac-ifonally lower in light mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials were flown .27 to 156.85, and western oils .56 to 156.14. Golds were unchanged at 151.02 and base metals up .38 to 92.15. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Wednesday. Losses edged out gains 87 to Bl with 136 issues unchanged. The market opened with a fractional gain but drifted downward during the first hour of xading. Observers said the weakness in industrials and western oils was caused by profit-taking after recent gaining sessions. Largest declines were in food processors, merchandising and trust and loan sectors. Among losing stocks, R. L. Grain was; down to Canadian Industrial Gas to Huron and Erie Vt to Bell to 43, Alcan Vt to and Canadian Imperial Bank to B.C. Telephone gained to Dome Pete to lorth Central Gas to 12fe Pacific Pete to 25% and Shell Canada to MONTREAL CCP) Prices on the Montreal stock market edged narrowly lower in busy rading today. Paper issues, which posted a gain of two-and-a-half points Wednesday, were mixed. International Utilities gained to 25S after an announcement that operating earnings in the first half of 1970 30 per cent from the same period last year when earnings were This year's exact figures were not available but a company of-Mal said sales and decline rose to about from last year. The rise was attributed to sharp gains in ocean transportation and industrial and service divisions. Among papers, Abitibi rise Vi to 7% while MacMillan-Bloedel was off Vi to 25% and Price Va to Bombardier Ltd. rose to 15, Shell Canada to 29'A and Dominion Glass Vt to lO'A. Among declining issues, off were Consolidated Bathurst at 11, Aquitaine at Alcan at and Inco at 40. Bank of Commerce slipped Va to On index at a.m., industrials slipped ..31 to 158.66, the composite .26 to 154.46, utilities .17 to 129.05 and banks .14 to 168.65. Papers were unchanged at 86.00. NEW YORK (AP) The stock market lolled in a narrow groove close to dead centre today. At noon, the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was behind 0.69 to 734.87. Among Canadians on the NYSE, Dome Mines advanced 1, Hudson Bay Mining gained Yz and Distillers Seagrams and Massey Ferguson added Walker Gooderham fell Canadian Pacific was off Alcan dropped and International Nickel was down Vt. On the Amex, Jupiter Corp. was down and Scurry Rainbow Oil was off offer to a.m. 175 cattle. Receipts mostly slaughter steers. Trade active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting an improved demand. Price 25 cents higher. Good and choice butcher heifers selling steady to strong. Medium and good cows sell readily at firm rates. Bulls steady. Medium and good1 heavy feeder steers strong to 50 cents higher. Choice steers 29 to 29.50; good 28.25 to 28.75; medium 26 to 27.75. Choice heifers 26.50 to 27.10; good 26 to 26.50; medium 24.50 to 25.50. Good cows 21 to 21.80; medi-dium 17.50 to 20.50; canners and cutters 16 to 19. Good bulls 26 to 27. heavy feeder steers (over 800 Ibs.) 29 to 30.70; medium 26.50 to 28.50. Butcher hogs sold Wednesday f.o.b. Lethbridge 29.05. Base price. All hogs sold for export price converted 23.35 1 i v e-weight. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., about head; mostly slaughter steers and heifers of mixed quality. Trade was active. Slaughter steers and heifers sold at steady prices, cows were uneven and bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers. 29.50 to 30, good 28.70 to 29.25, medium 27 to 28.25. Choice heifers to 27.70, good 26.50 to 27, medium 25 to 26.25. Medium to good cows 20.50 to 21.50, canners and cutters 18 to 20.25. Good bulls 26 to than 750 pounds 29 to 30.80, with a few light kinds to 32.20. Good feeder heifers more than 650 pounds 27 to '28.40. No slaughter calves were offered. Hogs base price 28.65. Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD There were 732 head of cattle sold at Fort Macleod Auction Market this week consisting of 241 slaughter cattle, 410 feeder cat-le and 81 calves. Choice dry fed steers sold from 29 to 29.60 with an extreme top of 30 cents; medium steers 28 to 28.75. Choice dry ;ed heifers sold from 27.25 to 27.50; medium kinds 26.50 to 27; plainer kinds 25.50 to 26.25. Choice cows sold 22.50 to 23.50; medium cows 21.50 to 22; plainer cows including can1 ners and cutters 17 to 20. Not too many bologna bulls on offer but sales were 25 to 26. Feeder steers in the 700 to 900 Ib. division sold from 28.50 to 30; medium kinds 27.25 to 28.25, with green light weights selling from 37 to 44. Feeder heifers, showing grain sold 27 to 28.50; medium kinds 28 to 26.75, with green light weights off grass selling 35 to ll.il) Husky Oil V Banff 10.50 mt Pro P pe B. P. Oil 3.90 Int Utll Pfd Can South 3.60 Int Steel Cdn Exp Gas 4.55 Jeff Cdn Grldoll 7.so Joutcl Cdn Home 7.30 Kaiser Res Cdn Ind GBS 8.75 Kam Kotia Ctln Long Is .73 Lake On Pt Cdn Super Mentor Cent Del Rio 10.00 Ncwconex Charter 6.30 Pac Pete -Chleftan 7.00 Rank Organ Dome Pete 53.55 Inv Dynam Pets 1.30 Shell Inv P French Pete 5.95 shell Inv Wt Gt Plains 22.15 sicks' Rank Mill City. 1.44 West. Cdn S New Cent 1.05 White and 1 North Cdn Oil. 6.00 CALG Numac J.75 ATOll Permo 80 Anac Pee Petrol 1.35 Barons Oil Ponder 48 west Warne Ranper 9.05 Leduc Cam Scurry Rain 15.50 Madison Spooner 1 .36 Qulnatla West Decal 5.00 Rexdale v MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS JjjJ' Atco Indus 10.50 inland Nat Aquatatne 21.00 North and C Brit Nfld Cp 4.00 North and Ce Cdn Brew A 39.00 Gas Metro Cdn Hyd Car 13.75 Trans Can P Cdn Pac Inv 30.62W Trans Can. CPR Pfd 8.50 Westcoast Tr Crows Nest Ind 38.00 West Pacific Cygnus A 4.BO VANCOUVER cygnus B 4.70 Anuk Gt Cdn Oil 3.B5 Arctic Mini Gt Cdn OH Sd 100.00 Alias Ex Home Oil A 16.25 Bath Cop Home Oil B 16.00 Bornlte RIdg Home and Pit 2.15 Block Brothc Hud Bay Co 14.37'A Brenda Hud Bay OH 40.25 B.C. Sugar TORONTO MINE 1 Supplied by Richardso LAST BID a.m. Quotes) a.m INDUSTRIALS Molsons B Abltlfal 9.00 North, Cent Alcan Pemblna Pp Algoma Steel 13.12'A Power Corp Atco Ind 10.25 Rothmans Aflan Sugar Shell CDA Bell Tel -13.00 Simpson's Brazil Trac 13.37'A Simp Sears B.C. Tel 59.50 Selkirk A Burns 8-75 Texaco B C. Forest 23.00 Traders Gp B.C. Sugar 15.62'A Trans Mtn CAE Ind 4.00 Trans. Can Cdn Brew 7.62V4 Union Gas Chemcell 4.75 Union Oil Col Cellulose 4.75 Versatile M Cal Power 21.50 Westeel Coron Credit 1.05 Union Car CWN Gas 9.8716 Weston's B Cdn Indust 8.50 Woodward's Canada S S 22.00 West Cdn Sd Cdn Marconi 3.25 Zenith Elec Cdn Vickers 6.37Vi BA Chrysler can Imper 3.05 Dolly Vardm 37 ?.80 Dynasty 57.50 Endsto 13.J5 5.75 Fort Reliance 50 8.50 Giant Mascot ..3.05 1.20 Granlsle 13.25 13.75 Key Indlil .35 1.87 l-'S 1 90 Inter Brew 49- Jericho 08 5.7S Kumloops Copper .10 2550 Lornex 0.50 n.m Lyiion win 2.51 2995 Madrona 32 2I.JJV4 Crotiln s Vi 37'A New Imp 1.75 r 3.m North 55 n 2 10 Pyramid 25 USO Silver Stan 1.50 ICY 'iC' ex 1.10 TBxmonr 50 -SI West Mines i.M .ua 30 M'h MUTUAL FUNDS AGF Specla 2.04 .05 All Cdn Com 6.22 6.80 .09 Al Cdn Div 7.25 7.92 "M Cdn'' In 'Fund 198 J.37 3as Inter 10.90 11.95 en 12.50 Cmn Lever 2.68 n pfd 25.55 Corp. In 5.19 360 Corp In 4.75 Ip'e" 28.50 Fund 9.85 10.79 Pp. 8.00 Growth Equity 6.00 ans 18.50 Grouped In 2.79 _3.05 4 55 Investors Grwth 9.50 10.38 Invest Mut 4.69 5.13 .22 Mut Ace Fund 4.31 4.74 ig Mut Growth 3.70 4.07 1 10 Mut Income 4.21 4.63 13.25 Nat Res 7.11 B .25 N.W. Finance 3.36 3.69 rs 3.CO N.W. Growth 3.93 4.3! 11.00 Prln Growth 3.48 3.62 15.75 Royfund 4.63 4.77 r 2.60 Un Ace 4.09 4.49 per 2.95 Universal Siv 6.01 6.57 S, INDUSTRIALS a Securities of Canada OR SALE Quotes) a.m. Quotes) 14 00 Frobex 29 12.37'A First Marltlmes 1.20 20.00 Giant Y.K 7.50 5.87Vi Gortdrum 3.30 10.00 Gunnar 1.37 2900 Granduc 8.40 14.50 Headway R.U 10.50 19.50 Holllncer 30.00 10.87'A Hud. Bay M-S S3.00 21.75 Hydra Ex 20 A 9.12% Highland Bell 2.85 16.62V4 Iron Bay 2-70 'p 28.50 ISO 1-M 13.50 JoIIet Quebec .26 32.00 Kerr Addison 10.62Vi g 280 Key Anacon -40 9.50 Labrador 26.25 12.00 Lake Shore 3.45 J1.25 'Leltch 1-58 A Langis Silver .06 2.10 Macasa 1.32 1.30 Madscr, R.L. .83 JKC Malartlc G.F. .67 "Ks Martin McNeely 11.00 1 I'-iO Maybrun 2014 15.M Mailntvre Anoi By THE CANADIAN PRESS Businessmen are questioning whether Canada can afford a Commons committee proposal that all firms operating in Canada eventually be 51-per-cent Canadian-owned. "We're short of capital said W. H. A. Thorburn, chairman of the board of governors of the Toronto Stock Exchange. 'I think it would be a retrogressive step. Just buying back accomplishes nothing." The Commons external affairs committee issued a press re-ease Monday recommending midellnes for majority ownership by Canadians of firms operating in Canada. It proposed hat the guidelines be made mandatory if not satisfactorily "I just wonder what happens if Canadians don't want to buy all said G. L. Carruthers, chief executive officer of the Kimberley-Clark companies in Canada, including Spruce Falls Power and Paper Co., which is 4S-per-cent owned by the New York Times. The Canadian Petroleum Association managing director said the association would welcome a higher percentage of Canadian ownership but not rlan not, be the deciding criterion. Tho important thing is the na-ionality of directors and their interests in local affairs. "It doesn't matter who owns arge percentage of what ta ong as the company's policies are In accordance with Canadian be said. Girl Outstanding 4-H Member OLDS (CP) Donna Wark of Mossleigh was named the outstanding 4-H Club member of Alberta when she received Jie premier's award at the Agricultural and Vocational College here, 35 miles south of Hed Deer. Miss Wark, who has been t club member' for five years, received the award from Youth Minister Gordon Taylor. Thirty one members named to represent Alberta in the out-of-province travel program, and 29 other awards were given for in-province activities. Prices Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) Trade was at a standstill at the close of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Buying interest was absent hi all commodities and prices were on drifts to lower levels. Some speculative trade continued in rapeseed, and inter-month spreading held the flax October Mure firm. Export loadings of Canadian wheat Wednesday included bushels to Britain, to China, to Japan, to Poland. Wednesday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rapeseed, of rye. Prices for class two wheat for 'export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.72V4; 2 1.69V4; 3 4 1 Durum 2 3 IGA prices: l Nor 2 3 4 l.SOVe; 1 Durum 2 3 High Low Close Flax Jly 280% 277% 278 Oct 272V4 270% 270% Nov 264% 263% 263% Dec 261V4 260% 260% May 267 Rapeseed Jly 282V4 279% 280 Nov 268% 265% 266% Jan 253V8 264% Mar 261 260 May 257 256% 257 Oats Jly 75% Oct 77 76% 76% Dec 'n May 79 Barley Jly cost of slowing oil and gas exploration. NOTES EXPLORATION David Furlong noted considerable exploration was under way m the Arctic and the Maritimes. "But it will require huge amounts of capital to continue his exploration and bring it to asuccessful conclusion. It seems in large part this capital will not be available in Mr. Furlong said. Gene E. Roark, president of Husky Oil Ltd. and president of the Independent Petroleum Association of Canada, estimated the industry will need in exploration risk capital in the next decade. "The fundamental question is whether Canada has the capacity to internally generate this amount of Mr. Roark said. Phil W. Oland, chief executive officer of Moorehead Breweries Ltd., Saint John, and a member of the Atlantic Development Council, said: "I think it (the 51-per-cent requirement) woulc definitely restrict development Such companies as General Motors, Ford, Shell, Imperial anc Westinghouse are not goteg to hand over control of their sub-sidiaries to Canadians. We should be glad they are investing in Canada." Spokesmen for General Motors, Shell Canada Ltd., Imperial Oil Ltd., and Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. said they were studying the committee statement but had no comment SEES DIFFICULTIES C. D. Shepard, chairman of Gulf Oil Canada, said: "All Canadians are interested in seems Canada grow at an acceptabli rate, but we are not convinced that a specific percentage of Ca nadian ownership would be the most effective means of optim i2ang growth in a country which will continue to need massive injections of capital. "Adoption of an arbitraty 51 per-cent-ownership jequiremen might be emotionally satisfying but it could have serious reper cussions for all Mr Shepard said. Stan Milner, presidento Chieftan Developments Co. Ltd. Edmonton, an oil developmen company which is about one-third foreign-owned, said the recommendations are unpracti cal because percentage owner ship of stock is not, and Machines May Be Seized RENO, Nev. (AP) Hundreds of slot machines that form the backbone of Nevada's legalized gambling industry are being operated without paying fees and may have to be seized, the U.S. Internal revenue service director for Nevada said here. "In 1969, we received less in revenue from the machines than in the preceding said Warren A. "However, it appears were actually more machines in operation in 1969." At the start of this month, machines were listed with the Nevada gaming commission, an increase of 547 from a year ago. The IRS assesses yearly for each of the "one-armed bandits" that abound in casinos, restaurants, supermarkets and saloons across the state. Must Be Hired MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) A federal judge has instructed seven state government departments to begin employing blacks as soon as positions become available that they are qualified to fill. In issuing the order Wednesday, Judge Frank M. Johnson of the U.S. district court listed 62 Negro applicants whom he said have been subjected' to racial discrimination. The judge named the state civil defence, industrial relations, education, mental health, pensions and security, personnel and public health departments, most of which receive some federal money. The 62 Negroes must be hired as soon as jobs open, Johnson ruled, and they must be paid at the scale to which they would be entitled had they been employed sooner. In addition, the court ordered the departments to name qualified black applicants to jobs other than custodial, laborer or laboratory aide unless white applicants hold, higher civil service ratings. It also prohibited the hiring or recruiting of lower-ranking white applicants over Negroes with higher qualifications unless the blacks have been interviewed and found to be unsuitable or unavailable. Johnson said there was overwhelming evidence that the departments regularly discriminated against black job Killed On Highway PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE (CP) Roy Harold James, 25, of Edmonton, was killed when he was struck by a car on a highway near the Canadian Forces Base at Soutbport, near here. ECMP said Mr. James was standing on the road to flag down a car to get help for an injured passenger in the car he was driving which had left the road and struck a hydro pole. The injured person, Dorothy Aide, also of Edmonton, is reported in fair condition in Portage La Frame hospital. RCMP.said the accident is under investigation and an inquest is to be 12.00 Advocate As Dom Stores Akaltcho Dome Pete 54.00 Area Mines Farn Play 9.00 Belcher Iron Gt Cdn OH 3.85 Bralorne Gen Motors (9.75 Broulan Gt Lakes Pap 17.50 Bethlehem Hawker Sid 1-70 Canada Tun Huron! Erie 14.37W Cassiar Hiram Walk 41 .37Vz Central Pat. Imperial Oil 16.62Va Chlmo Imperial Tob 13.75 Conwest Int Nickel MM Cons. Ramb Int Pp Coin Lake Inv Gp A Cochenour Int Utilities 25.50 Craigmont Indust Accept 13.50 Dickenson Massev Ferq Discovery McMillan Bloc 55.50 East Malart Moore Corp 27.75 East Sulllva Molsons A" 13.B7W Faiconbritige NEW YOR Supplied by Richardso Amr T and T 4S.6M4 Kenn. Copjx Anaconda Wartl Bth Steel 22.25 oii of TORONTO 09 New CalumV''' '23 h.' New Imperial 1-77 .39 Horanda 28.75 1.95 Northgatli 10.75 .38 Opemiska 12.00 .08 Osisko -30 2.00 Patino 36.00 24 Pine Point 30.42V Placer Dev. 32.00 255 Radtore -31 1.23 Rio Algom 19.50 ?.50 Roman Corp. 6.00 er 92 Silverfields 2.20 .14 Sherrllt Gordon 18.87Vi .41 Silver Miller .06 11.00 Steep Rock 3.10 VI ne 1.50 SIscoe 1-60 !o7 Texmont 49 1.11 Upper Canada 1.60 55 00 Western Mines 4.50 .30 Wright Har. Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. today provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 28.55 to 28.60, selling 28.55. A v e r a g e Wednesday 29.45. Red Deer: Quoted 28.55 to JB.60, selling 28.60. Average Wednesday 28.78. Calgary: Quoted 28.65, selling 28.65. Average Wednesday 29.48. Lethbridge: No market. Average Wednesday 29.02. Total hogs sold Wednesday J.443, average STOCKS a. Securities of Canada tf 43.75 10 Base Met 92.30 up .2i 23.12VS 15 West Oil 155.81 off 1.89 62.50 Volume NJ' NEW YORK WERAGE5 15 Utll 104.65 up .42 43 dff .69 65 Stocks 229.46 off .09 .02 unchsn Volume By THE CANADIAN FREW British American Co., 22 cents, Sept. 15, record Aug. 31. Canada Dominion Sugar Co. Ltd., 42% cents, Sept. 1, record Aug. 19. Canadian Food Prodncts Ltd., 1st pfd. 75 cents; 2nd pfd. 75 cents; both Oct. 1, record Sept. 17. Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd., JO cents, Sept. 30, record Sept. 4. EARNINGS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bell Canada, three months ended June 30: 1970, 92 cents a share; 1969, 76 cents. Home and Fitfleld Foods Ltd., year ended April 4: 1970, 27.1 cents a share; 1969, 28.2 cents. Maclean-Hnnter L t d., six months ended June 30: 1970, 39 cents a share; 1969, 44.1 cents. Maclean-Hunter Cable TV Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, 9.9 cents a share; 1969, 6.2 cents. Dominion Stores Ltd., year ended March 21: 1970, a share; 1969, Potato Prices WINNIPEG The Maritime potato futures market was inactive Wednesday. Open High Low Close Tue. Nov 2.30A 2.35N Mar 2.55N 2.55N 2.65N 26.W 30 Indus 15 Int Harvester 20 Golds Changes NEW YORK (AP) The Page opposite the editorial page for dissenting opinions. The columns now printed 01 the editorial page will be moved to what the publishers call Op-Ed, leaving space for twice as many letters to the editors. The page opposite the edi torial page now is devoted to obituaries and some news. The Times said the obituary page will be moved to a regular posi tion elsewhere in the ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Cfrtifitd Dentol Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. Times announced yesterday that beginning in mid-September, it will open the 112% 112% Dec 112% 112 112% May 115% Rye Jly 95% 93V4 93% Oct 98% 96% 96% Dec 100% 99% 99% May _ Lawrence W. Strand Leonard W. Huyser, President ond General Manager of Canadian Freighrways Limited ll pleaied" to announce the following promotion in Lethbridge: Lawrence W. Strand hoi been promoted to the poiition of Terminal Manager of ihe Company's facilities in this centre of agriculture and industry for Southern Alberta. He joined the Company In April of 1957 os a City Driver and hoi arogressed through the ranki lolding various positions of responsibility until his recent appointment as Terminal Manager. Wr. "Lome" Strand and family lave resided in lethbridflt for the past U yeon. Buildings On Stilts WINNIPEG (CP) University of Winnipeg, whose campus is confined to one city block, has announced plans to expand skyward with buildings on stilts above existing structures. University president Di'. W. C. Lockhart said extensions will cost and will accommodate an additional students in buildings supported The expansion, will increase (.lie campus by COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. 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Complete company benefits. For personal interview, write or telephone to: W. A. MARR EDSON INDUSTRIES (NEEPAWA) LIMITED MADISON STREET WINNIPEG 21, MANITOBA (204) AIL KEPLIIS HANDLED IN STRICT dollar up 1-32 at 97 27-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 5-64 at says that U.S. Navy planes buzzing a Soviet rocket ship recently fled when the Russian ship's crew manned their snti-aircrait guns. The newspaper Evening Leningrad said the rocket carrier Boiky encountered a U.S. force that included an aircraft carrier, which the paper didn't name. "The aircraft carrier rushed over to the Soviet military' said the account. "Rapacious Phantoms dived one after another at the rocket carrier, screaming 20 to 30 metres over her masts. "At this point the Soviet commander decided to use the opportunity to carry out training of ack ack men. But as soon as the gunnery crews took their places the American planes vanished as if they blown away by the Ave. and 8th St. CLASSES INSURANCE AUTO HOME BUSINESS 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 write er phont SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 Ith Ave, S.W., CAIGARY, Alberta. 243-5683 Store For Rent Corner 4th Avenue and 5th St. S. In Odd Fellows Building AVAILABLE AUG. 1, 1970 WRITE P.O. BOX 116, LETHBRIDGE OR CONTACT BURNS LITTLE 529 14th ST.