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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Junt 20, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 'Politics may affect Alberta oil EDMONTON (CP) International oil politics may have an impact on Alberta's resource development, says Alberta's deputy minister of mines and minerals. Dr. G. B. Mellon, senior civil servant in the provincial department of mines and minerals, says t the international oil issue is not resolved. He was speaking in 17.5. reviewing dumping charge By BRUCE LEVETT WASHINGTON (CP) The U.S. treasury department, un- der pressure from New England legislators, Thursday asked the tariff commission to take another look at its ruling that Canadian pulp imports are injuring United States producers. In a notice to be published in .the Federal Register today, the department said: "If the tariff commission, upon review of its injury determination, rescinds suHi determination, the treasury department will issue a no- tice revoking the finding of dumping. That would mean that dumping duties would not be assessed against the imports. Involved is what is known as bleached hardwood kraf t pulp, used in making quality papers and tissues. In 1971, the treasury ruled .that imports from seven Cana- dian companies were being dumped in the for less than the market price in Canada. Subsequently, the tariff commission ruled that such sales were injuring domestic producers, making the companies liable to anti- dumping duties. DECISION REVIEWED The treasury reviewed its original dumping decision and concluded that prime grade and off-grade northern bleached hardwood kraft pulp from Canada "is being, and is likely to be, sold at less than fair value within the meaning of the anti-dumping act. However, Assistant Spprptary David Macdonald, asserted that shortages of essential commodities at non- inflationary prices are a serious problem confronting the U.S. today." Companies named in the original findings were Consolidated Bathurst, Thurso Pulp and Paper, Domtar, Dryden Paper Co., Ste. Anne-Nackawic, Amer- ican Can and E. B. Eddy. The type of pulp under con- sideration, once plentiful, now is becoming scarce in the U.S., a situation which leads observers to note that Canadian producers are no longer hardpressed for markets. an interview after returning from the first international symposium on energy and raw materials which was held earlier this month in Paris. Dr. Mellon said that issues raised by representatives of both the major oil-producing and oil-consuming nations at the conference indicated that wide fluctuations in the supply and price of oil could occur at any time. Changes in the international supply of oil could have a profound impact on oil sands, conventional oil and petrochemical development in Alberta for at least the. next two decades unless Canada pursues policies of developing domestic oil supplies for its own use, said Dr. Mellon. The Alberta official said that extremely rapid development of Alberta's oil sands could follow if the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, led by ,Arab oil producers, sharply increased prices. The other extreme, a decline in oil prices, could seriously upset the economics of developing the oil sands. "You just can't turn an oil sands plant on and said Dr. Mellon. Yurko to speak Environment Minister Bill Yurko will speak July 11 at the regular meeting of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission in Lethfaridge. Mr. Yurko, who will be in Southern Alberta July 10 through 12, has been asked to speak on the relationship of planning to the activities of his department. PC price freeze would change public attitude VANCOUVER (CP) A former chairman of MacMillan Bloedel Ltd. says the Conservative party's proposed wage and price freeze could help stem inflationary psychology. J. V. Clyne told the Canadian General Accountants annual meeting Thursday that he does not know what effect the freeze would have, but said it could curtail the extent to which Canadians have allowed credit to replace cash. The Liberal party, he said, has "totally abandoned any idea of curbing inflation in favor of seeking votes." Mr. Clyne charged that the worst contributor to inflation has been the federal government which has increased spending 140 per cent in the past six years. "Surely this must be wildly inflationary in the absence of corresponding increases in productive capacity or debt he said. A freeze, said Mr. Clyne, would at least permit a study of the problem of liquidity and undue extension of credit. Mr. Clyne rejected the NDP platform, and said leader David Lewis is "living in the Jurist studying north pipeline By BRUCE LEVETT WASHINGTON (CP) Mr. Justice Tom Berger of Van- couver, winding up a fact-find- ing tour in connection with the proposed billion Mackenzie Valley natural gas pipeline, said Thursday he is here to "learn from the Americans." The British Columbia Su- preme Court jurist is acting as a one-man commission ap- pointed by the Canadian gov- ernment to inquire into the so- Markets to close for holidays TORONTO All Canadian slock and rommodily markets will be closed Monday, July 1, for the Dominion Day holiday. United States markets will be closed Thursday, July 4. for Independence Day. but Canadian markets will be cial. economic and environmental impact of such a pipeline where it crosses Crown land between the Arctic coast and the northern Alberta border. Ian Scott of Toronto, commission counsel, said. "We hope that we can learn something about the organization and presentation of appropriate materials from the substantial American experience." Berger. Scott and special counsel Ian Waddell of Van- couver are scheduled to leave here today following a series of closed meetings with officials of the interior department and Federal Power Commission. Berger returns to Vancouver to work on a preliminary report to the Canadian cabinet outlining a timetable and agenda for future, formal hearings. The judge, a specialist on native rights and former B.C. leader of the New Democratic Party, has held preliminary hearings in Ottawa and throughout the northern area under consideration. past" with charges about what really are false or illusory profits of corporations. 'He said accountants could perform a national service by making a public study of inflation accounting. "Undoubtedly company profits have been inflated like everything else." he said. "These are false profits in the sense that they are illusory. "The public and the politicians have deliberately ignored or failed to understand the effect of inflation on profits and have been taking companies' profit figures literally." Mr. Clyne said present accounting methods fail to present a true picture of profits in the areas of inflated values of inventories, and the areas of depletion and depreciation. SERVICE ADVISOR (Sales Person) Required for active Service Department Experience preferred, CONTACT GENERAL MANAGER KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 328-9271 DR. GORDON A. BAUX Alberta veterinarian appointed Gordon A. Baux of Calgary has been appointed regional veterinarian for Alberta for the Canada department of agriculture's health of animals branch. Dr. Baux is responsible for prevention, control and eradication of contagious diseases in animals and for the national meat inspection program in Alberta. Prior to his latest appointment. Dr. Baux was associate regional veterinarian in Calgary. The Herald- Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal MIDLAND DOHERTY LIMITED 11 A.M. Trust 23.00 WESTERN 5.75 AND 4.30 Albany Foods 3.35 Alta East Min .95 (Geo.) A Pfd 51.00 Yukon 6.75 Ashland STOCKS BP Gas Trk A 12.75 Brenda Gas Trk Pfd 54.00 Cda Nat Gas 17.75 Cdn Ex Metro 5.25 Cdn Nat Gas 12.50 Cdn Ind Gas and C Gas 10.50 Cdn Long and C Gas B Pfd 20.25 Cdn Trans Chieftan Pipe 9.62V4 Dome A Pfd 52.75 B Pfd 33.50 Fort War 1 .01 Giant Trans 18.62% Gibraltar Mines Trans War 2.55 Gt Gt Cdn Oil .36V4 Lochiel Oil .06 Lytton Continental .02Vi Noble Warner North Cdn Numac Pancdn Pan Explorations .23 Norsemines 1.55 2.22 Place .81 Varden .18 Ranger Res. .08% Scurry -6.05 Mines 2.11 .03 Total .09 Ulster Standard 1.80 United Copper 6.05 West West Industries .08 1.65 MISCELLANEOUS August Petroleum .29 Acres Pete. .13 Explorations .75 BC Sugar C Int'l Res .61 Block FUNDS Cdn Pac Inv A Pfd Carling O'Keefe A Pfd Carling O'Keefe B Pfd Comm Cap Corp Crestbrook 17.75 20.50 2.25 Cdn. Compound 5.31 5.77 All Cdn. Dividend 5.53 6.01 All Cdn. Ventures 2.85 3.10 Amer Growth Fund 4.10 4.51 A.G.F. Special 2.07 Falcon Copper F and M Invest Fund 4.37 4.80 Eaton Comnwlth 12.30 Leverage 2.87 Home Oil Int'l Venture 5.38 Home Oil Investors 5.38 5.91 Hud Bay Invest Stock Fund 4.10 4.51 Hud Bay Fund U.S. 9.20 10.08 Hud Bay Oil A In Shares 2.59 Hugh Russell C Equity 5.87 6.45 Husky Growth Fund 10.61 11.59 Husky Oil B Pfd Mutual 5.07 5.50 Husky Oil E Accum 5.45 5.99 Interprov Pipe Growth Fund 2.71 2.98 Interprov Steel Pipe Kaiser Resources 4.00 4.40 N.W. Cdn. 4.91 5.40 Kaiser Res Growth 4.06 4.46 Loblaw Co C Growth 3.78 4J5 5.95 6.20 Pacific Growth- 7.22 7.91 Pacific West Accum 4.01 4.41 Pe-Ben Oilfield Savings 7.05 7.76 Rainer 5.04 5.52 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaitcho Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Bovis Brunswick Can. .NW Land Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chimo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickenson Mines Denison 'Mines D'Eldona Dome Mines Discovery Mines East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Maritimes Giant Y.K. Granduc Hollinger Hudson Bay A Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Iso Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen R.L, Malartic G.F. Martin McNeeiy Maclntyre Meta Midrim Intern Mogul Nu West Homes A New Athona New Calumet Noranda Northgate Noriex Pine Point Placer Dev. Pax Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algorn Roman" Corp. Sherrin Gordon Steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmonl Umled Canso Western Mines WH Copper Mines Wnght Hargreaves Willroy WinBtaTI Bear Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Abrtibi Alcan Algoma S1eel Aloo Ind Jarnack Aqra 1nd Tel A Tel Forest Sugar A Valley Ind Ind O'Keefe Cellulose Power Credit Gas Pfd Ind Marconi Vickers Bathurst Gas Seagrams Bridge Textile .19 Stores Pete Mobile 31.50 Cdn Oil Motors Lakes Paper Oil Lines Si Walker Erie Oil A A Nickel Pipe Grp A .28 Douglas A A Ferg Bloed Corp A B Cent Corp Co CDA Sears Dan A A 3 Grp A 3637% 2.61 3 Mtn Pipe Trans Can Pipe Union Carbide 2 Gas 1 Oil i ve. Siscoe WWg A JTtec Imperial Scotia Dom 41.12% 14.12% 52.50 11.37% 14.75 19.50 17.12% 13.37% 8.25 2.37 4.85 22.62% 3.00 8.62% "19.75 2.80 16.62% 15.00 12.62% 27.37% 26.00 14.87% 36.50 43.50 25.12% 10.25 14.87% 24.25 29-00 3.75 7.75 47.50 20.62% 25.00 15.50 5.62% 45.37% 22.50 26.62% 26.37% 26.87% 14.12% 7.00 2.01 5.00 8.00' 3.20 6.62% 11.50 15.75 25.50 48.50 20.62% 18.00 6.25 10.50 11.00 13.00 5.12% 12.12% 13.12% 7.75 11.00 30.50 12.75 37.00 9.75 12.75 9.62% 19.00 7 87% 9.25 5.50 6.OO 19.25 2200 2250 300 2350 1562% 32 75 !S 75 34 00 New York (Supplied bv Richardson Securities of Canada) Arm 1ST Anaconda Beth sieel Chrysler Comsat Dupon! General Molcts GuM 21 ?S Woolworth U S. Sieel Gen Tel Else 14 37V, 44 12V, 2175 Kenn Copper Montgomery Ward Sears Exxon Texas Texas Co Wix Corporation 161 00 fl9.12'4 19.75 22 S7''i 3250 2625 S3 00 7050 25 621'j 2525 TORONTO AVERAGES 20 ndustnals 86 flown 1 20 GolflS 415 10 up 385 10 Base Melals 7fi 22 down 57 15 Western Oils 17SS2 down 1 48 Volume 730.000 NEW YORK AVERAGES 20 Industrials 802 72 down 93 20 Rails 16225 down 50 15 down 38 65 Stocks aowrt 53 Volume 5.790.000 Sharp drop recorded in TSE market prices TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market were sharply lower in moderate midmorning trading today. The industrial index fell 1.09 to 184.07, base metals .44 to 78.35 and western oils 1.33 to 176.97. Golds rose 2.81 to 414.06. Volume by lla.m. was 000 shares compared with Market trends VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were down in moderate trading Thursday with 2.635.502 shares traded on the Vancouver Stock Exchange.' In the industrials. Canterra was up .07 at .49 on shares, EDP was un- changed at .12 on shares. Cornat down .05 to on shares. Woodwards was down .37Vz at ?23 on 5.- 600 shares. Western Broadcasting was unchanged at and Canadian Pacific was unchanged at In the mines. Leisure was up .04 at .73 on shares, Exeter was down at .18V2 on shares, Con- solidated Fortune Channel was down .03 at .68 on shares, Charta was up .02 at .31 on shares, Hearn was down .03 at .55 and Laura was up "A a .28. -In the oils, Payette was down .12 at .45 on shares, Cop-Ex Mining was down .01 "A at .37 on shares, Seneca Developments was down .05 at .93 on shares, Davenport was down .04 at .81 on shares, August was down .01 at .29 cents and Coynex wa.s unchanged at Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) All commodities turned downward in a moderate volume trade today at mid-session on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange. Flax dropped as much as 14% cents in a lack of buyer interest while rapeseed remained barely firm to six lower. Rye was off six to seven cents on a mixed demand. Volume of trade Thursday was 413.000 bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: July eight lower 9.94A; Oct. 14% lower 9.54A: Nov. 13 lower 9.14A: Dec. 13 lower 8.92A. Vancouver Rapeseed: June no price: Sept. six lower 7.01Vz; Nov. 4V4 lower Jan. five lower 6.02B. Thunder Bay Rapeseed: July unchanged 7.20A: Oct. unchanged five lower 6.13; Nov. two lower 6.08A: Dec. no price. Rye: July seven lower 2.85A; Oct. 7Vj "lower 2-83B; Dec. 6'Xi lower 2.78B. Grain quotes Thursday basis Lakehead: High Low Close Flax Jly 1036 1012 1012 Oct 985 969% 968% Nov 927 Dec 908 905 905 Rapeseed Vancouver Jun 769 Sep 712% 701 707V4 Nov 635 621% 629 Jan 611% 600 607 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Jly 720 Oct 618 607V2 618 Nov 610 Dec 573 Rye Jly 304 291 Vi 292 Oct 302 287% Dec Mav 291 Metals LONDON (AP) Thursday's clos- ing metals bid-ask in pounds sterling a metric ton: silver in pence a troy ounce: Copper Spot 902-904: futures 909- 910 Tin Spot 3.675-3.695: futures 3.760- 3.7R5 Lead Spot 229-231: futures 232.5- 233.5 Zinc Spot 528-530: futures 531-532 Silver Spot 192-193: 3 months 198- 197.5 Dividends THE CANADIAN PRESS Dividends are quarterly unless otherwise noted. Consumers Distributing Co. Ltd.. three cents, an increase of 'i cent. July 15. record June 28. Not 2'i cents as reported by the Toronto Stock Exchange May 30. Fraser Companies Ltd.. Class A. 40 cents, an increase of 10 cents: class B. 40 cents, an increase of 10 cents: both payable Sept. 27. record Sept. 4. International Business Machines Corp.. SI .50. an increase of 22 cents. S. funds. Sept. 10. record Aug. 14. Kofflcr Stores Ltd.. 2'i cents. Julv 31. record July 10: 7-percent 1st pfd. MTICS A. 17'j cents. Sept. 15. record Aug 30. Maclean-Hunter Ltd.. class A. 7'j cents; class B, 6 4-10 cents: both payable July 30.. record July 5. Toromoni Industries Ltd.. five rests semi-annually. July 26. record July 12. Trizec Corp. Ltd.. 25 cents scrm- jnnually. an increase of five cents. July word July IS Bank Canadian National. 23 cents, an increase rtWf. class B. mils, bwth aWe ABC 1 record July 2 Ijtt, ,V pid i- V Jl 32. Auc IS word July 25 Steitrtron International Ud.. "1z cents July 31. word July 16 n. TfltnWyti SO rrnts. .Inly 2. rf fird Jtmc 21 Western Broadcastine A ninp rlass B. nine twit .V'4-ptTfCTi1 71 (175 rrritf all payable Junf- -limr MONTREAL (CP) All sectors were lower in light trading.'on the Montreal Stock Exchange today. Volume at 11 a.m. was compared with 199.800 at the same time Thursday. Banks led the decline, dropping 4.30 to 235.61. the composite dropped .70 to 185.02. industrials .34 to 194.68. utilities .19 to 123 72 and papers .15 to 117.35. Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper fell to Denison Mines to Bank of Nova Scotia 3.4 to and the Moore Corp. to Among speculative resources, Mount Jamie Mines (Quebec) Ltd. rose one cent to 26'z cents on a volume of 21.000 shares traded. NEW YORK (API' The stock market extended its recent declines today amid continuing signs of upward pressure on interest rates. The a.m. Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 2.50 at 801.16. and losers outnumbered gainers by close to four-to-one on the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow dipped slightly below the 800 mark for a while in early trading, then climbed above it again. There was widespread talk on Wall Street that banks' prime lending rate, which rose generally to 11% per cent this week, would climb shortly to a record 12 per cent. CNA Financial was the most active NYSE issue, up Vt at Commercial Solvents gained 2'i to Among Canadian issues. Dome Mines was up to Alcan lost "i to Hiram Walker to Canadian Pacific Vs to Inco to Seagrams was unchanged at Livestock Calgary CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. today Friday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled 100 head. mostly replacements. Trade was moderately active. There were no -slaughter steers or heifers on offer. The few cows on offer sold steady for quality. Cows. Dl. D2: 28-30.50. D3: 23-27. D4: 18-22. There were insufficient good replacement steer heifers or stock steer calves on offer to establish quotations. Stock heifer calves were in the heavier-weight range, selling steady for quality. Good stock heifer calves more than 400 pounds: 31-35.50. No hogs were sold to 11 a.m. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. Friday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Thursday's prices in brackets. Edmonton: 37.50 Red Deer: 37.50 Grande Prairie: 36.25 Lloydminster: Nil Lethbridge: Nil Hogs sold to 11 a.m. 3.819. hogs sold Thursday. 6.127. average 37.00. Sows average 20.50. Earnings By THE CANADIAN PFESS Baton Broadcasting 'Inc.. nine months ended May 31: 1974. 39.7 cents a share; 1973. S2.446.000.36.1 cents. Canadian Vickers Ltd.. six months ended May 31: .1974. a Share; 1973. Hy's of Canada Ltd.. .six months ended March 31: 1974. 33 cents a share: 1973. cents. Intel-provincial Steel and Pipe Corp. Ltd., nine months ended May 31: 1974. a share: 1973. 54.700.000. SI 36. Nalional Sea Products Ltd.. nine months ended June 1- 1974. 73 cents a share: 1973. Triiec Corp. Ltd.. six months ended April .10 1974. 28 6 cents a share. 197.1. 24 cents. Barymin Explorations Ltd.. six months ended April 3C. 1974. set-en cents a share: J973. three cwit. Control Ltd., three months ended March 31: 1974. 18 cents a share; 1973. seven cents Dotnco Industries Ltd.. six months widcd April 26. !974. SS46.000. S5 cents a share. 3973. loss. 52 59 Stores Ud.. 13 weeks ended April 27 1974. 104 cents a share. 1975. SSS.KSO. 93 rents Gordon Mackay and Stores Ud.. nine months ended April 30- 1974. 3975. J1.1SS.OW shares at the same time Thursday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 142 to 61 with 130 issues unchanged. Alliance Building lost 1 to Royal Bank 1 to Toronto Dominion to V2, Northern Electric V2 to and Bank of Nova Scotia V2 to Vs. Bankeno Mines was down 20 cents to Conwest Exploration 15 cents to and Hollinger Vg to Ranger fell 1ft to United Canso to and Skye 15 cents to Allarco gained to Camflo Vj to East Malartic ID cents to Dominion Explorers five cents to 47 cents and Pamour Vs to Chicago markets CHICAGO taking took its toll of most major commodity futures Thursday, but animal commodities again posted limited gains on the Mercantile Exchange Light receipts and strong cash market prices brought buyers out en masse for hog futures, and prices increased the limit of-SI.50 a hundredweight for the sixth straight day Pork bellies advanced the limit of 150 points, also for the sixth straight session, while live cattle futures advanced the a hundredwejght limit for the fourth successive day The lighter marketings indicated producers were holding back their animals to force higher prices. Hog futures have rallied for 50 per cent from seasonal lows set June 11. A sound undertone for carcass beef and a strong demand at some of the major stockyards influenced cattle futures buyers GRAINS FELL Wheat futures declined the allowable limit of 20 cents a bushel, while oats, corn and soybeans fell from around five to eight cents. Soybean oil closed on a mixed tone while meal lost about S3 a ton Declining futures in New York included silver. 150 points: copper 130 points: cotton S3.50 a bale, coffee 130 points: cocoa 215 points: orange juice 115 points: wool 1.5 cents: and Maine potatoes. 9 cents. World sugar futures closed mixed after a very lightly traded session. At the close on the board of trade. Chicago wheat was 20 cents a bushel lower. July 4.31: Gulf hard red wheat 20 lower. July 4.54; corn to 6 lower. July 2.94: oats 1 to lower. July 1.44' i: and Sept. 6'z to 8 lower. July 5.71'2. Grain quotes Thursday: Wheat: Jul 4.31. Sep 4.34. Dec 4.40. Mar 4.46. May 4.46. Corn: Jul 2.94. Sep 2.87 "z. Dec2 Mar 2.81. May Oats: Jul Sep 1.46'i. Dec 1.50. Mar 1.53. May l.SS'A. Currencies MONTREAL (CPi Friday's mid- day foreign exchange selling rates supplied fay the Bank of Montreal. Australia dollar 1.45 Bermuda dollar 1.01 China renmmbi .5100 Denmark kroner 1670 France franc .2030 Germany mark .3875 Italy lira .001535 Japan yen 003470 Mexico peso .0793 Spain peseta .01715 Switzerland franc 3270 t'nited States dollar .9735 United Kingdom pound 2.3500 U.S.S R ruble 1 30 Quotations in Canadian funds. Gold futures WINNIPEG (CPi Gold futures. S funds. Winnipeg Commodity Exchange close Wednesday. 400-OUNCE CONTRACTS: Jly 74 146.10B: Oct 74 151.7513. Jan 75 157 30B: Apr 75 162.70B. Jly 75 167.95B. Tuesday's volume. 384 contracts IOOOUNCE CONTRACTS: Aug 74 148.10B: Nov 74 154 OOB. Fob 75 15920: May 75 164 80A. Aus 75 170 OOA Tuesday's volume 56 contracts Qold prices Wednesday.- closing gold prices in 1' S dollars an Ixmdon 146 25 Pans KranWurt Zunrh 147 .SO Hone Kotic MisMnp Bcirul 4.KS4 kiln' Beef futures WINNIPEG iCPi Live beef futures close Thursday July 48 OOB. Scpl' 46 OOB Nov 44 Jan 44 OOB Wednesday's folumc Two con- prices Wbwrt dnrnestir to-d fram pnrrs Thnrsdar S rw spi wliMl S z. Nn narlrv 2 No 1 fwd was 1 77 BUILDING MATERIALS MANAGER An aggressive person is required to Manage Sales and Service of Ihe Building Materials and Construction Dept. at later. High Sales Volume with excelleni Growih Potential. This position offers an excellent opportunity for advancement. Complete Benefit package included. APPLY TO: R. Dyken Swttom Mberti Co-Op UWridge Phone 329-0017 ;