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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald- Business Sharp decline recorded in TSE market prices Friday, June 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-25 I Forest companies vote j I favors worker lock out Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal MIDLAND DOHKHTY LIMITED TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were sharply lower in moderate midrriorning trading WESTERN OILS AND MINES Afton Mines Albany Oil Alia East Gas Alminex Asamera Ashland BP Canada Brenda Mines Cda South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homestd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Chieftan Dev Dome Pete Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Gibraltar Mines Granisle Gt Plains Gt Cdn Oil S Lochiel Ex Lytton Mm Noble Mines North Cdn Oil Numac Oil Pancdn Pete Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Oil Scurry Rain Seibens Spooner Total Pete Ulster Pete United Canso West Pete West Decalta :CKS MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd Aquitaine BC Sugar C Pfd Block Bros Cdn Pac Inv Pfd Carlmg O'Keefe A Ptd Carhng O'Keefe B Pfd Comm Cap Corp Crestbrook Ind Falcon Copper F and M Trust Genstar Home Oil A Home Oil B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil A Pfd Hugh Russell C Pfd Husky Oil Husky Oil B Pfd Husky Oil D War Husky Oil E War Interprov Pipe War Interprov Steel Pipe Kaiser Res Kaiser Res War Loblaw Co C Pfd Magnasontcs Pacific Pete Pacific West Air Pe-Ben Oilfield Serv Rainer Inc Royal Trust Sandwell Teledyne Trimac Canbra Foods Westfield Mm Weston A Pfd Whitepass Yukon PIPELINE STC Alta Gas Trk A Alta Gas Trk Pfd Alta Nat Gas Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Pfd Inland Nat Gas N and C Gas N and C Gas B Pfd Pacific Gas Trans Trans-Cda Pipe Trans-Cda Pipe A Pfd Trans-Cda Pipe 8 Pfd Trans-Cda Pipe War WC Trans WC Trans War CALGARY Acroll Barons Oils N Continental West Warner VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explor Bathurst Norse Dankoe Davenport Dolly Varden Equitorial Res Lornex Northair Mines Primer Pyramid Silver Standard Valley Copper INDUSTRIALS Columbia Brew Key Industries Wardair OILS August Petroleum 7 Plains Pete 25 Ponderay Explor 11'915 Stampede Intl Res 320 MUTUAL FUNDS 30 50 All Cdn Corn All Cdn Div 21 50 All Cdn Ventures 2 30 Amer Grow Fund s'.62V2 AGF Special 10 25 Cdn Invest F 4'gO Eaton Common 18 87V2 Eaton Leverage Eaton Intl Venture 36 00 Corp Invest 17 00 Corp Invest Stock 29 SO Dreyfus Fund US 40 00 Grt Pacific 75 00 Grpd Income Growth Equity 34 00 Investors Grow '31 Investors Mutual g'25 Mutual Accum 4'00 Mutual Grow 16 25 Nat Resources 4'40 NW Cdn 2'oi NW Growth 24 75 Provident Mutual 2 25 Royfund 20 62''i Templeton Grow 850 United Accum S'.QO Universal Savings S'SQ Univest 24.62Vi Vanguard 6.00 .40 5.25 5.75 8.25 13.75 5.75 3.60 2.50 4.30 7.75 .21 41.50 7.00 27.25 .21 1.13 8.37 8.00 38.75 7.50 1.85 1.68 .54 4.00 12.00 9.25 10.75 1.45 .31 .37 .52 29.75 20.25 14.00 .30 8.25 1.00 18.25 3.85 5.75 3.70 5.50 3.35 1.03 52.00 55.00 17.87V2 6.00 54.00 8.75 11.12V? 20.00 9.62Vz 10.00 33.00 1.25 20.25 2.85 The industrial index fell 1.04 to 193.95 and base metals .44 to 84.20. Golds rose 4.30 to 441.98 and western oils .02 to 195.17. Volume by lla.m. was 000 shares compared with shares at the same time Thursday. .38 .06 .02 .27 .22 1.51 2.25 .74 .21 7.25 2.19 .04 .09 1.92 6.55 4.70 .08 1.80 .33 .14 .75 .62 MONTREAL ICP) All sectors moved lower in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today Volume at 11 a.m. was 191.400 shares compared with 199.900 at the same time Thursday. The industrial index fell 1.24 to 204 72 the composite .99 to 19D.99. utilities .51 to 132.26. papers .31 to 120 65 and banks .26 to 257.69. Kalcunbridge Nickel fell 1'3 to Dome Petroleum to Denison Mines to and Cominco to S27'2 while Distiller's Corp.-Seagrams rose i to Among speculative issues. Chibex Ltd tell eight cents to S1.20 after trading 27.400 shares VANCOUVER iCP) Prices were up m heavy trading Thursday on the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Volume at the close was 2.284.865 shares In the industrials. MacMillan Declines outnumbered ad- vances 124 to 66 with 134 issues unchanged. Moore lost 1 to Inco to Walker-Gooderham A to BBC Realty to and Aquitaine to Northern Electric gained to Majestic Wiley to and Hambro 10 cents to Market trends Bloedel was unchanged at on 4 000 shares. Canterra was up .01 to .41 on 2 500 shares. Captain International was'unchanged at .38 on 2.500 shares. kmarr was down .05 at .55 on 2 400 shares. Crestwood was unchanged at SI and Gestalt was unchanged at .91. In the mines. Consolidated Fortune Channel was up .03 to .84 on 314.700 shares. Sonesta was up .09 to on 210 500 shares. Laura was up .01 to .29 on 162.500 shares. Avino was up .19 to 65 on 134.000 shares. Consolidated Fortune Channel Warrants A were up .05 to .57 and Sonesta A was up .03 to Q'l !n the oils. Payette was up .02 to .32 on 34 417 shares. Davenport was up .04 to 75 on 16.550 shares. Coynex was down 02 to S1.73 on 10.000 shares. Princess was unchanged at .26 on 6.500 shares. Rose Pass was unchanged at 30 and Payette Warrants A were unchanged at .12. Pamour was up Vz to Dickenson to Camflo V4 to and East Malartic 10 United Canso rose to Francana Vs to and Coseka three cents to Cassiar lost to United Siscoe to United Asbestos five cents to North Canadian five cents to and Houston three cents to VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia's coast forest companies voted Thursday to lock out International Woodworkers of America members from their mills if necessary, while contract talks between the two sides continued into the early morning. Negotiations continue today. Spokesmen for Forest Industrial Relations, the bargaining arm of the 120 forest companies, said the lockout vote was strictly a precautionary measure. The coast contract expires midnight Friday night. Keith Bennett. FIR vice- president, said the lockout vote was a measure taken against the possibility of selective strikes by the IWA He said the companies still 'would have to serve 72-hour lockout notice, but the Livestock Calgary Hog prices NEW YORK (AP) The stock market, weakened by faded hopes for lower interest rates, settled into a broad decline today. The 11.30 a.m. Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 6.88 at 845.20. and losers outdistanced gainers by seven-to-two on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was relatively light. New York's First National City Bank, which cut its prime lending rate a quarter-point last Friday, left the key rate on short-term loans to big business unchanged at 11'i per cent today. Central Soya dropped to L. E. Myers, opening late, gained General Motors was the NYSE volume leader, down ss at Other auto issues were unchanged. Among Canadian issues. Seagrams gained i to Dome Mines -Vs to Canadian Pacific to Inco fell 2 to S28. Alcan to and Massey Ferguson to Bond cash-in said steady Chicago 5.63 5.86 2.99 4.34 2.20 4.59 12.71 3.00 5.61 5.64 4.30 6.12 6.37 3.25 4.77 6.20 4.73 9.95 10.90 4.25 4.65 2.68 6.17 6.78 11.11 12.14 5.27 5-77 CALGARY (CPi Receipts to 11 m Fridav from the Calgary public ,tockvards totalled 1.000 head practically all replacement cattle and stock calves. Trade was active.- There were no slaughter steers or heifers on offer. Cows met a good demand with good cows selling fully steady to strong with sales to 38.20. Other grades of cow sold steady. Cows. Dl. D2: 34-36.80. D3: 29-33. ''2-28 Replacements were mostly yearling steers than 750 pounds and lieiter calves in the 400-500 pound range. These met a moderate demand at barely steady prices. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds: 40-44 Good stock heifer calves more than 400 pounds: 36-40 20: 300-400 pounds: 40-42. No hogs were sold to 11 a.m. 5.63 2.82 4.21 5.15 4.29 6.81 6.24 7.30 4.21 7.26 5.52 5.55 6.19 3.10 4.63 5.62 4.71 7.45 6.50 8.00 4.63 799 6.07 6.08 Gold prices LONDON i API Closing gold nnres in U.S. dollars an ounce: London lfil.75 Paris 162.92 Kranklurt 159.23 Zurich 161.aO Hong Kong '154.05 Beirut a.063 a kilo. Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Metals EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. Friday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board Thursday's prices m brackets: Edmonton: 35.00 (35.001. Calgary Nil Red Deer- 35.00 Grande Prairie: Nil Lloydminster: Nil Lethbridge: Nil Hogs sold to 11 a.m. 1.663 hogs sold Thursday. 3.759 average 34.85 sows average 18.50. Currencies MONTREAL (CPi Friday's mid- day exchange selling rates supplied by the Bank of Montreal: Australia dollar 1.4410 Bermuda dollar .9453 China renminbi .5049 Denmark kroner .1625 France franc .196? Germany mark .3838 Italy lira .001484 Japan yen .003420 Mexico peso .0773 Netherlands guilder .3642 Spain peseta Sweden kroner .22414 Switzerland franc .3226 United States dollar .9650 USSR ruble 1.3011 Quotations m Canadian funds. MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaitcho Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Bovis Brunswick Can North West Canada Tung Cassiar Central Pat Chimo Conwest Cons Rambler Com Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickenson Mines Denison Mines D'Eldona Dome Mines Discovery Mines East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbndge Frobex First Maritimes Giant Y. K. Granduc Hollmger Hudson Bay MSA Hydra Iron Bay ISO Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen R. L Malartic G.F Martin McNeely Maclntyre Mela Midrim Intern Mogul Nu West Homes. A New Athona New Calumet Noranda Nortngate Norlex pine Ponrit Placer Dev Pax Exp Quebec Man RayrocK Rio Alpom Roman Corp Shernli Gordon Sleep Port Sunnirpdale TcV. CO'TO A Texmonl United Canso Western Mines House Copper Mines. Will-toy Windfall YellcwV.ni Zenmac e Sea' INDUSTRIALS .10 1.00 1.65 1.46 .56 12.25 1.75 4.35 6.00 3.85 6.50 .91 1.15 3.80 2.75 22 1.55 5.37-7 8.50 42.00 .38 47.00 1.85 5.62' i 2.60 46.00 .19 .50 14 75 2.30 33.50 20.75 73 4.50 1.35 24 12.00 .28 -33.50 4.55 .15 1.82 1.45 .31 37.25 15 14 7.25 6.50 .22 .24 41 50 5.75 .23 3075 19.75 1 49 22 1 16 23 2850 9 87-.- 9 62' 1 55 7 00 3.45 15 18 261 3 15 1 00 1 72 12 3 15 08 Burns BC Forest BC Sugar A Bow Valley Ind Cable CAE Ind Carling O'Keefe Chemcell Can Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Pfd Cdn Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bathurst Cons Gas Dist Seagrams Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Dolasco Glen Mobile Grt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Grt Lakes Paper Gulf Oil Greyhound Hawker Sid Hiram Walker Huron Erie Imperial Oil A irnasca int Nickel int Pipe tnv Grp A lu Inl'l Ind Accept Kaps Kel Douglas A Laurentide Loeb Loblaw A Metropolitan Massey Ferg McMill Bloed Moore Corp Motsons A Molsons B Nachurs Nortn Cenl Power Corp Pnce Co Peylo Rolhrnans Shell CDA Simpsons Simp Sears Sleel Can A SelkitV A Texaco Trad Grp A Trail. Mln Pipe Trans Can Pipe MEW Union Carbide Umpn Gas Union Oil United SIS-CDC Versatile WeMeel Alcan A'lgoma Aloo 'nd Jar-mart Agra Ind Bell Tel Bias-can A EC Tel 11 25 27 62' 2850 1500 750 41 75 5200 Car-ibra Foe" Zemin Elec. Imperial Nova ScoTa T Dom BANKS 11 16.00 19.50 21.00 13.25 9.00 2.45 5.87'i 4.80 22.75 3.25 9.00 3.20 16.50 16.25 14.25 27.50 27.00 38.25 44.37V, 25.00 11.25 15.25 27.75 31.50 3.95 7.50 43.75 20.50 28.25 15.87'-! 6.00 46.12'j 24.00 28.25 28.37', 26.00 16.00 7.25 13.00 1650 2.41 4.70 9.25 3.40 6.75 13.00 17.12'.- 26.37', 50.62" 21.50 19.75 6.62" 11 00 11.12'.- 1325 6.12'.- 13.25 14.37'.- 8.25 11.00 31.12-.- 1312'.- 3750 1050 1325 9 87' 1975 625 1025 625 625 2150 2350 335 300 17 12'r 3550 33 371 3737-.- I.ONDON (APi Closing metals bid-ask in pounds sterling a metric ton silver in pence a troy ounce: Copper-Spot 1.024-1.028. futures 1 (100-1.001 Tin-spot 3.820-3.830: futures Lead-spot 234-236. futures 241.5-242 Zinc-spot 600-602: futures589-590 Silver-spot 208-210 216 3 months 216.' Gold futures WINNIPEG (CP) Gold futures. U.S. funds. Winnipeg Commodity Exchange close Thursday. 400-ounce contracts: Jlv 74 15850: Oct 74 163.90A: Jan 169 75A: Apr 75 175.40B: Jly 75 180.75B. Wednesday's volume: 554 contracts. 100-ounce contracts: AUK 74 16000; Nov 74 165.75: Feb 171 75 May 75 176.90: Aug 75 181.90B. Wednesday's volume: 60 contracts. CHICAGOUPi The major commodity futures declined in price Thursday. There appeared to be some speculative liquidation, but the principal reason for the selling was generally taking of profits on recent long positions. Silvei futures tumbled to limits in Chicago and New York. The expiring June option, which has no trading limit on either exchange fell 26.5 cents an ounce in New York and 29 cents in Chicago with 20 cent declines in other months. Some trade sources thought the selloff followed weakening of gold prices and other metals. Copper closed some 400 points lower along with cocoa and Maine potato futures. World sugar and frozen orange juice futures were mixed, but wool futures gained 2 cents- Soybeans meal and most gram contracts declined, but soy oil again closed on strong tones. Chicago wheat was mixed. Grain futures trade was relatively light throughout the Board of Trade session but the pace quickened at the close when most early were trimmed. On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle and hog futures closed with limit gains receipts were, less than expected and marketings higher Traders also looked toward the cattle on feed report as constructive on futures. Pork bellies were mixed and shell eggs higher. At the close. Chicago Wheat was 2 cents lower to 1 higher. July 3.87: Gulf hard red wheat unchanged. July 4.16: com to 2 lower. July 2.79: oats 2 to lower. July and soybeans 2'2 to 6 lower. July 5.40. Grain quotes Thursday: Wheat: Jul 3.87: Sep 3.93. Dec 4.00. Mar 4.07. May 4.10. Corn: Jul 2.79U. Sep2.62. Dec2.41'z. Mar 2.47' i. May 2.51'n. Oats: Jul Sep 1.37. Dec. 373J. Mar 1.3834. OTTAWA (CP) Canada Savings Bond holders continue to cash in bonds at a rapid rate, the weekly Bank of Canada report shows. During the week ended last Wednesday a total of mil- lion worth of Canada Savings Bonds were redeemed, the Thursday bank report said. Since May 1 million worth of bonds have been cashed in. The only measure to survive Finance Minister John Turner's May 6 budget was a program to increase the yield of Canada Savings Bonds to nine per cent. The higher yield is accomplished by payment of a bonus on maturity. For bonds maturing after 1979 there would be an interim payment in that year. Savings bonds have been competing with trust company term deposits that are offering interest rates of 10 per cent. For the five year term deposits maturing in 1979 the yields are more than 12 per cent after interest is compounded. The redemptions of Canada Savings Bonds helped reduce government cash balances by S223 million during the week The Wednesday balance of S491 million was billion less than the level of a year ago. Redemptions averaged about million a week during the first of this year. On Wednesday the total value of Canada Savings Bonds outstanding was billion. The total for all federal government securities outstanding was billion. The value of government securities held by the general public now are at their lowest since the fall of 1971 and the savings bond total is at its lowest since the fall of 1972. likelihood was that there would be no lockout. Jack Munro, regional president ol the IWA, which represents 30.000 coast woodworkers, told his members Thursday not to engage in any wildcat walkouts while negotiations are still in progress. IWA coastal workers have already voted 93 85 per cent in favor of strike action and "2- hour strike notice has already been served on serveral companies. Also negotiating are interior B.C. forest companies and 5.000 IWA members. That contract expires June 30. The union on the coast thus tar has sought an across-the- board wage increase ol SI on base rates of S4.54 an hour, with a cost-of-living clause. SOME WORRIED Watching apprehensively from the sidelines is the B.C. pulp and paper industry, which negotiates with two pulp unions and not with the IWA. but which might be affected in any strike or lockout. The pulp and paper companies claim any walkout won't affect B.C.'s five newsprint-producing pulp mills, because all but one produce their own wood chips for conversion into paper. Substantial wood chip reserves are also available at most of the other non- newsprint-producing mills, so they would not be immediately affected, said a spokesman' for the pulp and paper industrial relations bureau. Contracts between the pulp and paper mills and the unions don't expire until next summer, but sporadic- walkouts this year have hurt production. Higher raw materials cost hikes steel price TORONTO (CP) Abnormal increases in the cost of raw materials caused the Steel Co. of Canada to raise its prices in May. Stelco president J. Peter Gordon told the federal government's steel profits inquiry Thursday. Mr. Gordon told the inquiry's opening session that Stelco could not achieve its long-term objective of 10-per- cent profits after taxes without raising prices. Stelco introduced price in- creases of about 12 per cent on about a third of the company s finished steel products May 15 after turning down a federal request to delay the increases. On May 22. the federal gov- ernment'passed an order-m- council establishing the inquiry. The public hearing, headed bv Jvlr Justice Willard Estey of the Ontario Court of Appeal, will examine the reasons for the increases and look into Stelco profit margins. Algoma Steel Corp. Ltd. also has been invited to a "special hearing June 21 to explain its recent price increases. Beef futures WINNIPEG iCPi Live beef futures close Friday. July 44.05: Sept. 40.85B: Nov 41 70A: Jan 43.50A. Wednesday's volume: contracts Dollar Two York (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Arrtr 1ST Anaconda Bfflh Steel DupoM Genets1 Molors. Gull In1 Harvester Kenn Dopwt Wlonlaompry Ward Texas Co 4750 2350 3012'r 17 00 31 2S 171 ?.7'; 51 67'; 2050 2600 3525 2650 37 STt It 12 2775 2650 1375 us _ .1 Tel Elec 2337' TORDN10 AVERAGES 20 InHuslMBls 19359 drawn 1 4R 20 Gdlt'S 440 56 up 2 90 10 Base VMsIs B" 29 down 35 15 O'lS 19357 down 1 56 Volume ?65 000 1JF.W YORK AVERAGES 20 Indus-trials 96 dawn 7 12 174 2" down 1 DE 15 Ul'I'I'fS "2 down 86 65 Slocks 255 down 2 12 Volume 4 000 MONTREAL 'CI'i U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon today down 1-25 at 11-25. Pound Merlins was down 1-10 at S2 30 73-100. In Now York, the Canadian dollar was up 1-25 al SI 03 69-100. Pound sterling was unchanged at 39'4. Dividends By THK CANADIAN PRESS Alpa Industries Ltd.. cents. -July 26. record July 11 T G. BriRht and Co.. class A. 10 cents, class B. 8'z cents, both payable July 2R. record June 19 Bushncll Communications Ltd.. nine cents. July 31. record July 3 Cambridge leasehold Ltd.. 10 cents semi-anmiaily. an increase two cents. July 24- record July 9 Canadian Manoir Industries Ltd., four crnls. June 2S. record June IS Canadian Pacific Ltd.. semi-anmially. 4-per-cent Canadian pfd SO rents. 4-perrent V K pfd 23 6 rents, all payable July 29. record June 21 i-rrr-renl pfd M-ncs A 3fi25 crnls serm-annually. July 2S. record June 25 Canadian Metals Co. Ud. 40 rents pfd 10 cents. July 1. record June 21 Developments tJiree renls. July 25. -record July 10 MOTTS Ud.. five renis Auc 1. July 15 C, and H Indastries Ud.. June 2R. rerord June 1 Hamilton TroM anfl Corp.. 11 events Sept Tfr-nrd 2 Ud.. sn mrts. an "I w rrnl July rcrord June IP Oairirs .Ud.. M> rrnls. rpr'Tii .limr 2R tr Form Brassifrr (Canada i Ud.. frprr-mil fid A. l.i ft-nte. July 1 rwwa June 21 Treasury bills OTTAWA iCP) New 91-day treasury bills issued Thursday: 5240 million'at an average price of 97.893 and an average yield of 8.63 per cent. Last week: S240 million at average price of 97.887 and average yield of 8.66 per cent 182-day: S60 million at an average price of 95.848 and average yield of 8 78 per cent Workers offered Winnipeg grain boHUS tO 'quit Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ame Ltd.. year ended Dec. 31: 1974. 1972. S33.993. Cara Operations Ltd.. .year ended March 31: 1974. S2.040.605. 10 a share. 1973. 85 cents. International Mogul Mines Ltd., vear ended Dec. 31: 1973. a share. 1972. S4.431.000. Sl.'O: three months ended March 31: 1974. SI.333.000. 48 cents a share: 1973. Sl.- POO. 74 cents. Laneis Silver and Cobalt Mining Co. Ud year ended Dec. 31: 1973. 55.747 loss- 1S72 S26.339. Mindamar Energy Resources Ltd.. year ended Dec 31: 1973. S170.938 loss: 1972. Newrich Explorations Ud.. year ended 31 3973. S9.442 loss; 1972, SS nrne ended April W'7 sl t6 1.17.1 JI..VM (inn. 7fi rents Corp Ltd.. -.wndttfFfr. 2fl 1971 S3.2M WO. -S" renis a sterf Jl.JBB.ntm. 2B THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HAS TOWNHOUSE-APARTMENT PROPERTIES AVAILABLE IN WEST LETHBRIDGE, RANGING IN SIZE FROM ONE TO THREE ACRES na Paring Soalc 01 than 50 Iceile- an ,nch b, Atchrteclual 1m bU'KJ'ng 1" 1lQDr color scheme, ler-cing r. Colored Dersc-drves 10 show Jhe enure dew'opmcnl Sa'r o" oulime o1 deveiopmem and bid to lot na sennw costs For further Development Officer Oepwtmenl IETHBR1DGE. Phone Crtenslon Returns from Management at University of Saskatchewan BenyChevrolet Oldsmobile 2nd Ave. and 8th Street South. Letnbridge ;