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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Dougherty Limited WESTERN OILS AND MINES Afton Mines 7.50 Albany Oil .60 Alminex 7.50 Asamera 12.37V4 Ashland ON 10.75 Alta East Gas 7.25 BP Canada Brenda Mines 7.25 Can Soutnern 5.00 Cdn Export Gas 3.35 Cdn Homestead Cdn Ind Gas Cdn Long Island .20 Chieftan 9.7S Cdn Superior Dome Pete 41.75 Dynasty 10.75 Fort Reliance .28 Giant Mascot 1.95 Gibraltar Mines 10.75 Gran isle 9.75 Great Plains 29.00 Grt Cdn Oil Sands 10.00 Lochiel Explor 2.80 Lytton Minerals 1.36 Noble Mines .86 North Cdn Oils 5.25 Numac 17.62Vs PanCdn Pete 13.00 Pan Ocean 13.50 Petrol 1.85 Pinnacle .36 Place Gas .44 Ponder .60 Ranger Oil 36.75 Scurry Rainbow 22.25 Seibens 17.50 Spooner .36 Total Pete 9.75 Ulster Pete 1.22 United Canso Westcoast Pete 5.75 West Decaita MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd 11.12V4 Aquitame 30.00 B.C Sugar A Pfd 13.00 Block Bros 3.55 Cdn Pac Inv A Ptd 34.87V4 Commerce Cap Corp 2.40 Carlmg O'Keefe A Pld 23.75 Carting O'Keefe B Pfd 28.25 Cres Forest Ind 9.25 Crowsnest Ind 26.00 Falcon bridge Copper F M Trust Genstar Global Com Units 35.00 Home Oil A 51.75 Home Oil B 48.25 Hudson Bay Co 19.50 Hudson Bay Oil 43.50 Hud Bay Oil A Pfd 50.50 Hugh Russell C Pfd 72.00 Husky Oil 22.12VS Husky Oil B Pfd 41.37V, Husky Oil D War 6 00 Husky Oil E War 9.37VJ Hy's of Canada 4.00 Inter Prov Pipe War 6.50 Inter Prov S P 16.75 Kaiser Res 3.45 Kaiser Res War 1 35 Loblaw 2.40 C Pfd 28-00 Magnasonics Pacific Pete 32.37V4 Pac West Air 8 75 Pe-Ben Oilfield 6 00 Rainier Inc Royal Trust Sandwell Teledyne Trimac West Cdn Seed Proc Westfield Mineral! West A Pfd Whitepass Yukon PIPE LINE STOCKS Alta Gas Line A Alta Line Pfd Alta Nat Gas Inland Nat Gas Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Pfd North Cent Gas North Cent B Pfd Pac Gas Trans Tr-Can Pipe Tr-Can Pipe A Pfd Tr-Can Pipe B Pfd Tr-Can Pipe War West Tr West Trans Wts CALGARY Acroll Barons Oils N. Continental Western Warner VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explorations Bathurst Norsemines Dankoe Davenport Dolly Varden Equitorial Res. Lornex Northair Mines Primer Pyramid Silver Standard Valley Copper INDUSTRIALS Columbia Brewing Key Industries Wardair OILS August Pete. Plains Pete Ponderay Explor Stampede Int'l Res MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Compound 6.55 7.12 All Cdn. Dividend 6.87 7.47 All Cdn. Ventures 3.48 3.78 Amer Grth Fund 4.71 5.18 AGF Special 2.49 Cdn Invest Fund 5.07 5.55 Collective Mutual 5.27 5.78 Comnwlth Inter 13.91 Comnwlth Leverage 3.3t Corp Investors 6.45 7.09 Corp Invest St Fund 4.86 5.34 Grouped In Shares 3.12 3.43 Growth Equity 7.58 8.33 Invest Grwth Fund 12.34 13.49 Investors Mutual 5.85 6.39 Mutual Accum 6.17 6.79 Mutual Grwth Fund 3.23 3.55 Nat. Resources 5.01 5.51 N.W. Cdn. 5.59 6.14 N.W. Growth 4.77 5.24 Principal Growth 4.60 5.05 Provident Mutual 7.40 Royfund 6.91 7.15 Templeton Grwth 7.73 8.47 United Accum 4.64 5.10 Universal Savings 8.03 8.84 Vanguard 6.34 6.94 Toronto industrials by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Acme 12 Advocate Asb. Akaitcho 2 32 Bralorne BrOulan JQ Bethlehem Bovis 1 gg Brunswick 5 35 Can. NW Land 7.50 Canada Tung. Cassiar 10 75 Central Pat 1.05 Chimo 107 Conwest 4.70 Cons. Rambler 3.10 Coin Lake .28 Cochenour 2.12 Craigmont 5.75 Dickenson Mines 9.12V4 Denison Mines 47.50 D'Eldona .45 Dome Mines 172.50 Discovery Mines 2.10 East Malartic 8.75 East Sullivan 3.40 Falconbridge 61.75 Frobex .32 Rrst Maritimes .67 Granduc 2 85 Hollmger Hudson Bay 26.00 Hydra Ex. 1.10 Iron Bay 4 10 Iso 1.80 Joliet Quebec .25 Kerr Addison 15.00 Key Anacon [33 Labrador 39 00 Lake Shore 7.00 Langis Silver .15 Madsen R.L. 297 Malartic G.F. 2.45 Martin McNeely .43 Maclntyre 5525 Mela .22 Midrim .16 Intern Mogul 1000 Nu West Homes New Athona .36 New Calumet 32 Noranda 51.50 Northgate 8.00 Nortex .30 Pine Poin? 35.62V4 Placer Dev. Pax Exp. 1.60 Quebec Man .24 Rayrock 1.29 Radiore .32 Rio Algom Bo-nan Corp. 12.00 Snemn Gordon 1400 Steep Rock 2.34 Sunningdate 8.12'4 Tek Corp. A 4.90 Texmont 26 United Canso Western Mines 315 Copper Mines 385 Kargreaves 2.65 Wiltroy 1.65 Windfall 14 Yeflowknife Bear Zewnac .10 INDUSTRIALS Abilibi A'can Alotjma Steed 25.25 irtd. 1800 687% Agra Ind 1000 Sen Tel Brascan A 18.00 B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Valley Inb Cable CAE Ind Carling O'Keefe Chemcall Cdn Cellulose Calgary Power Coronation Credit CWN Gas Pfd Cdn Industries Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bathurst Cons Gas Disl Seagrams Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Dofasco Glendale Mobile Grt Cdn Oil General Motors Grt Lakes Paper Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Hiram Walker Huron Erie Imperial Tobacco Imasca Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Group A IU Inn Indust Accep Kaps Kelly Douglas A Laurentide Loeb Loblaw A Metropolitan Massey Ferg McMillan Bloed Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B Nachure North Cent Power Corp Pnce Co Peyto Rothmans Shell CDA Simpsons Simp Sears Steel Canada Selkirk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Mtn Pipe Trans Can Pipe Urnon Carbide Union Gas Umon Oil United Siscoe Versatile Mfg WesJecl Weslons Woodwards A Cdn Seed Zenflti Bee BANKS Cdn imperial Montreal Nova Scotia "oval Toronto-Oom 56.75 16.00 19.75 21.50 29.75 15.75 10.50 3.55 5.87% 6 87% 23.75 2 40 10.25 19.75 3.65 17.50 18.62vi 16.87% 32.50 28.25 17.12V4 41.50 27.87% 11.37V4 14.25 41.62% 32.00 6 25 10.00 51 25 25.25 35.62% 17.00 6.75 53.50 30.00 40.87% 32.00 36 12% 21.25 8 50 18.87% 18.25 4.30 5.12% 10.25 3.95 6.62% 15.00 19.00 31.75 50 25 23.00 22.25 8.62% 12.75 12.50 16.37% 7.75 14.25 19.50 8.87% 12.25 33.50 1400 Stock prices up sharply in moderate TSE trade 3.75 27.50 7.00 5.12% 7.75 4.10 1.42 59.12% 9.12% 13.25 63.00 19.50 9.75 6.25 65.00 12.75 24.00 31.50 58.00 31.25 4.90 23.25 3.65 .64 .09 .02 .4-1 .32 1.27 3.25 .67 .41 .15 8.50 3.50 .10 .13 2.34 8.25 2.80 .17 1.95 .48 .19 .95 .75 TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market rose sharply in moderate mid- morning trading today. The industrial index, consid- ered the main indicator of market trend, was up 1.33 to 223.52 and western oils .55 to 262.28. Golds fell 5.82 to 558.68 and base metals .23 to 106.74. Volume by 11 a.m. was 1.12 million shares, down from 1.20 million at the same time Wednesday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 164 to 124 with 197 issues unchanged. Industrial mining, paper and forest, merchandising and beverage issues were among MONTREAL (CP) All sectors moved higher in moderate trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today. Volume at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Wednesday. The industrial index rose 1.61 to 248.09, the composite 1.25 to 232.55, banks .43 to 286.20. papers .38 to 140.09 and utilities .35 to 148.92. International Nickel rose 1% to Mercantile Bank to and Masco Ltd. to while Canada Permanent Mortgage fell IK to and the Bank of Nova Scotia ti to Among speculative issues, Massval Mines fell eight cents to 68 cents on a volume of shares traded. VANCOUVER (CP) Trading was moderate and prices were mixed Wednesday on the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Volume at the close was shares. In the industrials, Thermo Plex was those to rise while chemical, communication, trust and loan and pipeline stocks declined. Trading resumed at the open in Granby Mining, and the stock was up SVz to Trading was halted Feb. 20 pending a decision by Zapata Corp. to offer a share for the 33.5-per-cent interest in Granby it does not already hold. Pinnacle Pete was up 15 cents to 40 cents. A halt was ordered near the close Wednesday pending news that Greyhound Leasing and Financial Corp. has agreed to sell its 31-per-cent interest in Livestock Calgary Chicago markets CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. Thursday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled about 300 head, mostly slaughter cattle. Slaughter steers and heifers met an indifferent demand with few bids in evidence A few steers and heifers sold, with the beef quality premium included in the price, at a full lower than Wednesday's close. Cows met a good demand at steady to strong prices with sales to Steers Al, 2, and 3 48-50. Cows Dl and 2 36-37.50, D3 34-35.50, D4 28-33.50. Hogs f.o.b. Calgary to 11 a.m. average base price 42.05. Hogprtcaa EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Wednesday prices in brackets Edmonton: 41.80 (42.56) Calgary: 42.05 Red Deer: 41.80 Grande Prairie Nil Lloydminster: Nil Lethbridge: Nil Fort Macleod: Nil Hogs sold to 11 a.m. 325, total Wednesday, average 42.72. Sows average 30.65. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Futures trading continued moderately active through mid-session today on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange, with rapeseed prices improving slightly from the open. Rapeseed prices were spread between three cents a bushel higher to 6Vz cents lower. Rye was down between five and 10 cents, with heaviest losses in distant months. Activity was brisk. Flax had almost no trade, and prices were between four and 714 cents a bushel lower than Wednesday's close in the two open months. Wednesday's volume of trade was 167.000 bushels of flax, of rapeseed and 1.167.000 of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: May TA lower July 4 lower 10.87A: Oct. and Nov. not open. Rapeseed Vancouver: March 3 higher 7.14B: June I higher 6.76A; Sept. 2 lower 6.43B: Nov. l higher 6.19A; Jan. 1 lower 6.13A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 3'.4 lower 6.71: July 3 lower 6.54: Oct. unchanged 6.31 A: Nov. 6Vi lower Dec. unchanged 6.19A. Rye: May 5% lower 3.05A: July 5 lower 2.98B Oct 10 lower 2.J7A; Dec. 7 lower 2.80A. Grain quotes Wednesday basis Lakehead: High Low dose Flu CHICAGO (AP) rr Liquidation sent most farm commodity futures sharply lower on the Board of Trade Wednesday. Profit-taking set in after prices had opened on an irregular tone. After most March options had expired at noon, new selling developed which sent oil futures, new crop wheat, corn and oats to limits lower. The crop options recovered slightly before the final bell. Soybean meal prices were irregular at the close and soybeans lost 12 cents. As the selling produced a limit decline of 100 points in oil, new crop corn, oats and wheat quickly touched bottom. Buyers were very scarce in the last hour At the close, wheat was down 15 to 20 cents a bushel, May 4.79; corn 4 to 9 lower, May 2.9814; oats 5 to 6 lower, May 1.40 and soybeans 9 to 13 lower, May 6.32. Grain quotation Wednesday- Wheat: Mar 5.15; May 4.79, Jul 4.35- Sep Dec 4.37. Corn: Mar 2.99; May Jul Sep Dee Mar 2.76. Oats: Mar 1.44; May 1.40; Jul 1.42V4; Sep 1.46; Dec Currencies MONTREAL (CP) Thursday's mid-day foreign exchange selling rates supplied by the Bank of Montreal: Australia dollar 1.46 Bermuda dollar 1.01 China Renminbi .4920 Denmark kroner .1600 France franc .2070 Germany mark .3790 Italy-lira .001580 Japan yen .003530 Mexico peso .0800 Spain pese'j .0170 Switzerland franc .3240 United States dollar .9740 United Kingdom pound 2.31 U.S.S.R. ruble 1.2523 Quotations in Canadian funds. Gold prices LONDON (AP) Closing cold prices in U.S. dollars an ounce: London 175.00 Paris 183.80 Frankfurt Zurich Hong Kong-174.54 Beirut a kilo. MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon today was down 1-25 at J0.97 2-2S. Pound sterling was up 1 23-50 at J2.29 69-100. In New York, the Canadian dollar was up 1-20 at MOO. sterling was up I 3-5 at 3-5. May Jlv Oct Nov 113714 1091 1026 1135 1090 1125 15.75 15.37% 31 25 17.75 10.12% 13.62% 10.50 800 21.75 23.00 24.25 4.90 3025 20.12% 36.75 40.25 Mar" 786 711 Jun 694 675 Sep 65e% 645 Nov 631 618 Jan _ Hanaeed Ttander BIT May 690 674% Jlv 66! '4 657 Oct Dec Rye 2? Oct Dec 322 314% 310 1137 1091 1027 983 711 675 618 614 657 631 619 SJO's 308 297 QoM WINNIPEG Gold futures. U.S. funds. Winnipeg commodity exchange close Wednesday. Apr 74 J75JO. July 74 18230: Oct 74 188.70; Jan 75 195.00: Apr 75 201.40. Tuesday's volume: 223 contracts. WINNIPEG Live bed fatares dose Wednesday. Mrv 5070A; JrySUSA; 53.00A. Tuesday's wteine- Tvo cootncts New York urisM Securities Anaconda 26.50 Chryster Oomsal 36.00 Dupom 17200 General Motors 2275 ini Harvester 2850 Copper 39.87% Montgomery Ward 26.00 Sears 86.87% Sid Oil Ol N J. 84 62% Texas Gidf 33 00 Texas Co 29.00 Wix 1562% Bee. 2J.871A US. Steed Gen. Ted. Oec. 25.1214 TORONTO AVERAGES 20 JndusJrlads 223 OJ up 82 20 GoMsS6033 down 4.19 10 Base MeWte down 14 15 Western CDs 26268 up .95 Volume NEW YORK AVERAGES 20 Jndustnttrts 877.89 up 555 20 Rats 193.90 up .77 15 Utilities 92.24 down .09 65 Stocks 277.99 wp Volume 6.110.000 Annual Meeting that Annual LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION IwM In tlw Office of ttw AM A Building CM -SthAvMiM, South Tnsfcy fta OA fcj if Mirth. 1974 ft ID tor purpose oi neoetvmg the Annual Repents. The flection Directors, and the consideration on such other business as may property come before Jhe imeettlng K. W. MCLEAN, Chairman J. R. RHODES, Secretary Pinnacle to an undisclosed buyer at a price higher than the current market price. Inco rose 1 to General Motors to Mercantile Bank to National trust Vz to f 18Vz and Noranda A Vz to Gulf Oil Corp. lost 1V4 to and Canadian Tire A Vz to Camflo fell to Ag- nico-Eagle V4 to and Dick- eson Mines to Dynasty .increased to and United Siscoe Vt to Chieftain added to while Pan Ocean slipped Vz to Market trends unchanged at .50 on shares, Newmark Resources was up .01 at on Block Bros, was up .05 at on Capt. International was down .03 at .41 on Cornat Industries was unchanged at and Jolly Jumper was unchanged at In the mines, Brendon was down .03 at .45 on Northair was down .05 at on Consolidated Coast silver was unchanged at .40 on Arcadia was up .05 at .61 on Shipsaw was down .01 at .60 and Colt Resources was up .04 at .69. In the oils, Payette River was up .02% at .39 on Payette Warrants were at .15 on Davenport was down .04 at .68 on Cop-Ex was down .03 at .39 on Rose Pass was down .04 at .49 and Whistler traded at .24. NEW YORK (AP) Encouraging words from several of the Unites States largest companies helped lift Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dividends are quarterly unless otherwise noted. Ashlaad Oil Inc., 35 cents, U.S. funds, June 15, record May 13. Dominion Textile Co. Ltd.. 15 cents, increase' of 5 cents; 7-per-cent pfd. both payable April 15, record March. 28. Hayes-Dana Ltd., class A, 6 class B. .051 cents; both payable June 28, record June 14. Northgate Exploration Ltd., 25 cents, semi-annual, plus an extra 15 cents, U.S. funds, April 15, record April 1. Simcoe Erie Investors Ltd., 5 cents, April 30, record April 1. Toronto Star Ltd., class B pfd., 5 cents; class C pfd., 4.29 cents: both payable April 15, record March 29. March THE LETHMIDOf HERALD 23 Alberta gov't acquires control of chemical plant the stock market to a good-sized gain today. The noon Dow Jones average was up 6.96 at 879.30, and gainers led losers by about 3-to-2 on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said a good part of the market's upward impetus was provided by General Motors' announcement that it is canceling planned layoffs amid improved prospects for the auto industry. GM stock rose H4 to Union Carbide, which raised its first- quarter earnings estimate, was up IVt at and General Electric to after the company said it ex- pects to show a profit gain in the first quarter. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was ahead .11 at 99.97. Polaroid, which now dominates the instant-film business plunged to at the top of the most-active list. The issue was delayed in opening because of an order imbalance. Metals, chemicals and airlines were also strong, while golds showed some declines. Among Canadian issues, Inco rose to and Canadian Pacific Vi to Dome Mines slipped tc Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS laminex Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973, 40 cents a share; 1972, 21 cents. Dominion Lime Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973, a share; 1972, Federal Pioneer Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973, a share; 1972, Investors Group, year ended Dec. 81: 1973. a share; 1972, 85 cents. Keystone Business Forms Ltd., year ended Nov. 30: 1973, 48 cents a share; 1972, cents. St. Lawrence Columbium and Metals Corp., three months ended Dec. 31: 1.5 cents a share; 1972, 2.6 cents. Toromont Industrial Holdings Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1973, 34.7 cents a share; 1972, 23 cents. Veteran lawyer retires Albert Young, 86, be- lieved to be the longest- practicing lawyer in Brit- ish Columbia, has retired after 53 years in the legal profession. He says he plans to spend his time learning about plumbing, something he's always wanted to do. Coal mine development proposed EDMONTON (CP) Mannix Co. Ltd. of Calgary is proposing to develop a million, open-pit coal mine 30 miles southwest of Hinton in the west-central Alberta foothills. The mine would provide two million long tons of coking coal annually, probably for Japanese markets, and operate for at least 15 years, a Mannix spokesman said. An application to develop the property will be the energy resources conservation board of Alberta at an Edmonton hearing April 10-11. I EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta government confirmed Wednesday it has taken over controlling interest in one of the province's oldest chemical plants, Celanese Canada Ltd. at Two Hills, 80 miles east of here. The acquisition for to prevent the financially- troubled plant from closing was not made public until the Calgary Herald reported it Wednesday afternoon. NDP leader Grant Notley raised the matter in the legislature to the apparent surprise of Industry Minister Fred Peacock. The takeover came into effect Jan. 1. No public announcement of the purchase was made by the government. It marks the first time the government has stepped directly into an ownership position to help a faltering industry. "I just assumed in the normal course of events it was reported and that there wasn't any reason to identify it as a particular outstanding position that the government was Mr. Peacock said. Asked why the government acquired controlling interest, Mr. Peacock only said: "The question is rather detailed and I would suggest that it be put on the order paper." Outside the legislature, Mr. Peacock said the purchase was not disclosed because "of the sensitivity about jobs." "After all, it was Christmas time." The government was joined in the venture by Dow Chemical Ltd. which holds 49 per cent of the stock in the new Two Hills Chemical Co. Dow has agreed to pick up any operating losses and will receive any profits. The government only moved in after Celanese indicated it would close the plant, Mr. Peacock said. The plant, which employs 45 persons, now is upgrading caustic chlorides to calcium chloride and chlorine. Machinery is available to produce caustic chlorides, much in demand for oil sands and pulp mill operations. Quebec pig farmer hurt by west pork subsidies QUEBEC (CP) Provincial subsidies to western pork farmers are leading to heavy losses for Quebec pig farmers, Agri- culture Minister Normand Toupin said Wednesday. Mr. Toupin said "very generous" subsidies for pork farmers in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba have had the effect of increasing production and driving down prices paid to producers. Mr. Toupin, speaking in the national assembly in reply to a question from Lucien Lessard said Quebec pig farmers are losing as much as or a head on their swine because their costs are higher than- prices they receive for their livestock. He said he met with Quebec producers Wednesday and that his department wants to study the situation in the national market "before deciding when, how and where to intervene." Calgary chosen oil board site EDMONTON (CP) The long-awaited announcement of the locations of two energy- oriented agencies was made Wednesday by the Alberta government with each of the province's major cities getting one agency. The Alberta Petroleum Marketing Board will be situated in Calgary and the Oil Sands Technology and Research Authority will be in Edmonton. The number of staff, involved in both headquarters will be Bill Dickie, mines and minerals minister, said after making the announcement in the legislature. The marketing board, which buys and sells most of Alberta's oil, will have an office staff of two in addition .to the three commission members. The oil sands authority, which has been promised million to spend during the next five years, will farm out research and try to find more economical ways to synthetic crude oil from the oil sands. Mr. Dickie said the oil sands authority is being located in Edmonton because special laison will be required with the Alberta Research Council and government departments. PRICES INCREASED HAMILTON (CP) West- inghouse Canada Ltd. an- nounced Friday-price increases ranging from seven to 10 per cent for power transformers. The company said the increases, and those announced last December, were necessary because of the rate of increase" in material costs. JD OE atatron y stems 1003 4th South, 328-4426 ervces Hie right The right price. The right rye. hi Afcerta. (tight now ;