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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Sharp Gain Made On Stock Market TORONTO (CP) The.Ti ronto stock market gainec sharply in light mid-mprnin trading today, interrupting two-day period of severe d line. Pressure from a strong tech nical rally on Wall Stree caused the'Toronto gain. On index at Toronto, industr als were up 2.16 to 168.90, gold 1.46 to 155.78, base metals to 103.45 and western oils 4.59 t 149.02. The New York stock marke began its sharp climb at open iug. By this morning mor than issues had advanced while only 60 lost ground. Analysts give two reasons fo the rally: reduction Tuesday margin requirements by th federal reserves board to 60 pe cent from 85 per cent. rush by investors to buy shares to cover borrowed issue traded in short sales. The D o w -J o n e s industria index jumped 14.72 points t 724.46 in half an hour. At Toronto, .volume b; 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same time Monday. Advances outnumbered dec lines 201 to 57, with 130 issue! unchanged. The Toronto market closed a its lowest point Monday sinci July, 1969. LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) -.Early prices on the Montreal stocl market were buoyed today b; bullish activity on Wall Stree after the federal reserve board's decision to reduce mar gin requiremnts on t he pur chase of stocks and bonds. Trading continued light in Montreal. Banks and industrials made the best gains. Royal Bank gained to 21. Bank of Montreal to 15% ant Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) Trade was light throughout the day in all commodities with prices generally easier at close of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day. Flax and rapeseed had some local and commission house Belling offers, but litQe export- er buying interest. Rye was mostly inter-month spreading with some exporter buying interest under the mar- ket. Oats and barley had a light domestic shipper trade with prices steady. Overnight confirmation of the sale of a cargo of oats to Ger- many and bushels of rapeseed to Japan, was re- cieved. Volume of trade Tuesday in- cluded bushels of rapeseed, of rye and of flax. Prices for class two wheat for export to countires outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 3 -4 5 6 1 Durum 2 3 IGA prices: 1 Nor 2 3 4 5 6 1.43% 1 Durum 2 High Low Flas May 275% Jly 278% Oct 278% Nov 269% Rapeseed May 280 Jly Nov 246% Jan 241V4 Oats May 74% Jly------ Oct------- Dec Barley May 108% 108% Close 274V4 276% 277 268% 276% 278% 243% 237% 74% Jly Oct Dec Rye May 101 Jly Oct Dec 108% 108% 10814 100% 103% 108 2761s 277 269% 277 280 243% 238 74% 74 76 75 107% 108% 108% 108% 100% 103% 108% 108% Toronto Dominion Vt to 1914. Highlighting industrial adv- ances, CPR was up 1 to Walker-Gooderham to Moore Corp. to 34% and Alcan to Among senior mines and oils, Inco gained 7s to 44, Pacific Pe- troleum to 25W and Shell Canada Vs. to 23V4. On index, industrials were up 1.63 to 173.10, utilities .50 to 127.93, banks 2.83 to 171.59, the composite 1.58 to 164.72 and pa- pers .90 to 108.78. TRADE ACTIVE NEW YORK The stock market moved downwarc after a steep early gain but r mained on the plus side ear this afternoon. Trading was a> live. At. noon the Dow Jones ave age of 30 industrials was up 7.1 to 716.87, after having been more than 15 earlier. Among Canadian share G r a n b y and Internationa Nickel were up Distiller Seagrams was ahead "an Alcan and Hudson Bay Minin On the American Stock Ex change, Brascan and Jupile Corp. were up Scurry Rain bow Oil, Preston and Brasca Ltd. were up Vz. LIVESTOCK Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 155 cattle Receipts mostly slaughte cattle. Trade moderately ac live. Good and choice butche steers meeting fair demahc prices about steady at th reek's decline. Good butcher reifers 25 cents lower 'for th week. No choice kinds on offer ?s scarce and about steady Hedium and good stacker anc feeder cattle under pressure >rices unevenly 50 cents to ower with feeder heifers show ng most of the loss. Choice steers.31.25 to 31.75 good 30.25 to 31; medium 28 to 30. Good heifers 27 to 29.50 medium 27.50 to 28.50. Good cows 22 to 23; medium 20.50 to 21.50; canners and cut ters 17 to 20. Good heavy feeder steers 3C ,o 31.50; medium 27 to 29.50 ;ood feeder heifers 30 to 32. Butcher hogs sold Tuesda' r.o.b. Lethbridge 30.20 to 3 >ase price; 140 bogs sold for ex price converted 24.65 to 24.80 live weight. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer o 11 a.m.: about head mostly good and choice slaugh er steers. Trade was moder ately active with both loca and out of the province demand. Slaughter steers sold 25 cents ower, witti sales to 31.80 !teers weighing more than ,150 pounds were discounted ibout 50 cents. Heifers were steady, with no choice kinds on offer. Cows were steady lulls were uneven. Choice steers 31 to 31.70, good 29.75 to 30.75, medium 28.50 29.50; good to low choice leifers 28.50 to 29.50, medium 27 to 28.25; good cows 21.50 to 22.50, medium 20 to 21, canners nd cutters 18 to 19.50; good ulls 27 to 28.50. Replacement cattle were carce and met a moderate de- mand at lower prices. Good eeder steers 30 to 34.40 de- ending on weight; good feeder eifers 28 to 30. There were no tock or slaughter calves on ffer early. Good lambs Tuesday 35.25. jood wooled lambs 30.75 to 1.20. TORONTO MINES, INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE l.m. Quotes) Quotes) l.m. Quoles) HAD NEW HEART, DIES NEW ORLEANS (AP) Wil- am I. Taylor, 52, Louisiana's rst heart transplant patient, ied in hospital here. Taylor ad received the heart of a 36- ear-old woman Jan. 8 HOME FOR SALE INDUSTRIALS Abttlbl..... Alcan...... Alcjoma Steel Atco tnd Atlan Sugar Belt Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. sugar CAE Ind Ccln Brew Chnmcell Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Cdn Indust Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers Chrysler CPR...... Comlnco Cons Bath Cons Gas DIst Sea Dom Bridge Domlar Dom Dom Stores Dome Pete Fam Play Fd o? Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cdu Hakwer Sid Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentide Kelly Doug A Loblaw Metro Stores Massey Ferg McMillan Blot Moore Corp Molson's A Molson's B North, Cent 10.00 Ogllvle..... 24.37W Pemblna Pp 13.12ft Power Corp 8.35 Price Co 6.75 Rothmans Shell CDA 13.62V2 Simpson's 59.00 Simp Sears Steel of can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Go A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfg Westeel Union Car Weston's B Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Zenith Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Poyal Tor-Dom MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaitcho Area Mines Belcher Iron Black Bay Bralorne Broulan....... Belhlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. W cassiar UOO Central Pat. 21.00 chlmo....... 6.7S Conwest..... cons; Rambler Coin Lake 3.95 Cochenour Craigmont Dickenson Mine Denison Mines 13.WW Deer Horn 13-25 D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Mines 19.50 7.50 11.75 16.00 23.00 15.75 2.1.50 30.75 16.50 7.15 19.50 1.20 10.75 10.25 24.00 3.60 7.25 26.00 59.50 26.50 19.50 14.75 48.50 15.00 10.50 13.25 .19.00 10.25 5.1.00 3.50 74.00 21.75 16.00 1.90 Falcoobrldgt Frobax First Marlllmes Giant Y.K..... Gortdrum Gunnar Granduc Headway R.L. 23.12'A Holllniier 23.00 Hud. M.S ?.QO Hydra Ex. 22.25 Highland Bell Iron Bay..... 14.75 Iso.......... 28.00 Jollcl Quebec Kerr Addlson 38.00 Key Anacon 3.0! Labrador 11.25 Lake Short 13.00 Lclfch 20.25 Lanqis Silver Macassa 2.15 1-70 Madsen R.L. Malartlc G.F. Martin McNee .24 1.30 s.bo 3.fl5 1.10 B.20 9.00 .19 3.55 2.P5 1.13 .21 11.50 2.05 3.'0 1.35 I.OZ Mldrlm Ihtern Mogul New Athona New Calumet .09% New Imperial 2.20 Noranda ,tl Opemiska 2.05 Os-'ki .00 Patlno 2.10 Pine Point .26Vi Placer Dev. 15.75 P.C. Exn. 9.00 Quebec Man Radlore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Silverfields Sherritt Gordon .23 167.ro .1? 1.90 20.25 1.40 10.00 .92 MVi Silver Miller M 12.00 2.00 32.no 14.50 East Sullivan Steep Rock Siscoe Tek Corp..... Texmont..... Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Har. Wlllroy Windfall Yellowknlfe Br. Zenmac .22 2..M 33.00 14.00 14.37' a'.'iO 38.SO 35.75 .31 7.75 2.50 20.00 3.65 2.55 1.56 4 1.82 1.25 .15' 4.20 MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) a.m. Quotas) WESTERN OILS LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m Qiiotesi Almlnex Asmera Banff Cdn South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Grigol Cdn Homes td Cdn In Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Cen Del Charter Chleftan Dynamic Pete French Peta Gt Plains..... Mill City New Cont 4.20 11.50 8.00 3.65 3.60 6.60 6.10 8.50 .80 25.50 10.25 7.50 7.00 1.46 5.85 22.00 U3 8.05 Growth Equity 5.38 6A 28.00 Grouped Income 3.03 3.3 5.50 Investors Gift 10.0510.9 Investors AAtl 4.S5 5. 1.36 IDS Venture 3.0B 3.: 1B.50 Mutual Accum. 4.52 5.9 2.30 Mutual Gth F 4.06 2.30 Mutual Income 4.9 Natural Res i.64 7.2 Principal Gth 3.90 4.2 Provident Mil 6.17 6.7. .65 5.V5 25.00 Regent Fund 7.43 8.1 22.50 Royfund 4.88 5.03 24.00 United Accum. d.32 4.7. 10.50 VANCOUVER .86 1.07 5.80 3.35 4.30 Numac 7.05 Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Triad West Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Atco Ind 8.50 Aquatalne 17.00 Brit 4.30 Cdn Brew A Pfd 30.50 Cdn Brew B Ptd 36.00 Cdn Hydro Car 10.25 Cdn Pac In Pld 24.50 CPR Pfd 8.75 Cygnus A..... 3.80 Cygnus 8..... 3.60 Cum Prop 9.00 Gt Cdn 01! Sand 3.50 Gt Cdn Oil S 6-75 97.00 Home A Home B Home Plttld 2.30 Hud Bay Co 15.00 HuH Bay Oil 39.00 Hud Bay Oil pfd 52.25 Hugh Russ Pfd. 21.50 Husky Oil 10.00 Husky Oil B Pfd 38.50 Husky Oil War. 2.90 Int Pro Pipe Wt Int ulil Pfd Inter Steel Pipe Jetferson Lake. Joutel Kaiser Res Kam Kotla L Onf Port Cem Mentor....... Newcone Pacific Pete Rank org Shell Inv Shell Inv Pfd Shell Inv wts Sicks' Rainier West Cdn seed Whitepass Yuk CALGARY Acrolt...... Barons Oil North Cont Plains Pete West Warner Leduc Cajmar Madison ____..... Crestbrook Rexdaie.......14 croyden PIPELINE STOCK.. Oofly Varden Alia. Gas Tr. A 39.50 Dynasty Cdn. W.N. Gas Endako, Inland Nat. Gas Futurity North, Central 11.1214 Giant Mascot 4.50 Anuk 2.35 Arctic Mining Atlas Beth. Copper 7.11 Bornite Ridge .06W Block Bros .03 Brenda .31 Brenmac 25Vi .29 1.15 16.00 23V 4.40 12.00 1.03 I6.62W 3.50 Capt. inter. Churchill 4.30 a.25 9.20 12.25 .25 3.25 Key Ind.......45 Growers' Wine B 2.IW North, Central B 26.50 Gas Melro ......4.10 Trans Can Pipe A 27.50 Trns Cn Pipe 2.80 38.00 Hy's..........3.35 Trans Can Pipe A 53.00 Int. Brew.......3.50 Trans Can Pipe w 7.00 Westcoast Trans. 7875 Kamloops.......10 Western Pacific 4.35 Lornex .......8.00 MUTUAL FUNDS Lytton Mini.....2.38 A.G.F. Special 2.35 2.33 Alt. Washington .14 All Cdn. Comp. 6.38 6.77 Madrona......30 All Cdn. Div. 7.50 8.20 New Crpnin.....10 All Cdn. Venire 3.55 3.88 Okanagan Helicop. 3.30 14.00 Amer. Gfh F 4.62 5.08 Primer........20 Canada Growth 5.09 5.59 Pyramid.......26 Cdn. Invest F 4.12 4.52 Stiver Standard 1.71 Collect Mtl 5.56 6.10 T.C. Ex........46 Commonwealth 11.6012.71 Trojan....... .70 Cdm'wealth Lev 3.00 3.29 Western Mines 4.S5 Corp. Investors 5.10 5.57 Westcoast Res ,21 Dreyfus F U.S. 9.99 70.95 Western Explora .23 Federated Fin. 4.89 5.35 Utica.........MO NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amer. T. and T. Montgomery Ward 46.50 SO Golds 155.17 up .IS Anaconda 24.55 Saars 61.25 10 8 Mets 102.79 up .77 3elh. Steel 26.12'A Standard Oil N.J. S3.75 15 W Oils 145.44 up 1.2! Chrysler Texas Gulf 115.25 Volume U37.000. Comsat...... 32.75 Texas Co.......2J.1SV4 NEW YORK AVMA6ES Dupont.......107.75 Woolvrarth 29.75 30 Indust 711.59 up 1.15 General Motors 4B.25 Westinghouse El 20 Rails 152.49 up .83 Gulf........ 2J.OO U.S. 3437'A 15 Utils 105.73 up Int, Harvester 25.37'A TORONTO AVERAGES Stocks 535.11 up .75 Kenn. Copper 48.87'A 20 Indust M7.17 up .43 Volume No Rule Changes For Uranium 1330 sq. ft., 1 Bedrooms; Hi Baths; Family Room; Attached Garage. Fully landscaped, wall-to-wall in living room; hall and Master Bedroom. Golden Ash cupboards. Shawn by Appointment only Phone 321-4764 OTTAWA (CP) Resource ilinister J. J. Greene offeree assurances Tuesday (hat th jovernment doesn't intend t 'change the rules in mic stream" for. foreign-owned com lanies that have been engager, n uranium exploration in Can .da. In a Commons statement, Mr Greene said such companie hat were engaged in explora tion before the governmen noved, March 2, to block sale Canadian uranium holding foreign interests will bat Canada will not change the rules on them after they have put money into the country. POLICY OUTLINED As announced by Mr. Greene, government policy will a company to have been actively encaged in uranium exploration Ma'reh 2 if it held, before then, valid authority to mineral rights and can demonstrate to the atomic energy board that it was exploring for ura- nium on its property. The companies will then have until March 2, 1976, to demon- strate they have a commer- cially viable deposit within their claim. Actual production, or the production of a sales contract, will not be required within the six-year period, however, "in recognition of the presently de- pressed uranium market and the four to five years needed to place a mine in Mr. Greene said. The main restriction on such foreign-owned companies would limit sale of shares to Canadian residents until the total foreign proportion was reduced to 33 per cent. "At that Mr. Greene said, "sales between non-resi- dents will be permitted but in such a way that the 33-per-cent aggregate foreign ownership level is not exceeded and that no greater than 10 per cent of the ownership of the property is held by one forei gn investor. Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices :oday provided by the Alberta rlogProducers' Marke ting 3oard. Edmonton: Quoted and sell- ng 30.10. Average Tuesday 30.20. Red Deer: Quoted 30.10 to 0.15, selling 30.15. Average Tuesday 30.31. Calgary: Quoted and selling 30.10. Average Tuesday 30.46. Lethbridge: No market. Av- erage Tuesday 30.46. L1 o y d minster: No market. Average 30.03. Grande Prairie: No market, jo market Tuesday. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. Sows selling 23.34. Total hogs sold Tuesday aver- go 30.25. r- The uncertainty faced by Senator Edward M. Kennedy as a result of release of the Mary Jo Kopechne inquest transcript is two-fold: whether his politi- cal future will be affected and whether further prosecution will be attempted. He has said he intends to run for another six year term as senator from Massachusetts, and if elected, to serve out the full time. He will not be a candidate for the Democratic party presiden- tial nomination in 1972, he has said. Nor would he be drafted. He wasn't a candidate in 1968 either, but it finally tcok a firm, positive statement from Ken- nedy to cut off the volunteer backers at the Chicago Demo- cratic convention. Already there have been mur- murs from Democratic bigwigs in various parts of the United, States that Kennedy should be drafted, that the opportunity is ripe for another Kennedy to SENATOR KENNEDY Future Uncertain aim for the White House. Evghenia Niarchos, 44, third wife of Greek shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos, died in Athens of a heart ailment. Sis- of Tina Onassis, former wife of Niarchos's arch-rival, Aris- Onassis, she married Niar- chos in 1947 after Niarchos's .wo previous marriages ended in divorce. Niarchos divorced ;er too and married Charlotte of the American automo- bile family, in 1965. Ken Kling, who drew the Joe and Asbestos cartoon for the enlightenment of horseplayers, as died at New York after E ong illness. Potato Futures WINNIPEG (CP) Maritime lOtato futures drew a moderate rolume of trade Tuesday at jrices two points higher to 25 joints lower than previous close eyels in a mostly evening up srbcedure in May futures which 50 off the board Friday. Open High Low Close Mon. 3.60 2.35 2.48 May 3.60 3.60 3.50 Mov larch -I- 3.50 2.10 2.50 USE WHEAT FOR AID OTTAWA (CP) Canada ontributed worth at vheat and wheat flour in for- ign aid in the 1969-70 fiscal ear, External Affairs Minister iitchell Sharp reported here. His family said he was in his 70s. The daily newspaper cartoon contained a Mdden clue to the identity of a horse running thai day wlip was Kling's pick to win. Kling had the reputation of being one of the leading handi- cappers in the United States. A family spokesman said Kling's last wishes before his death were that his pallbearers be beautiful girls arid his age not revealed. Arthur M. Schlesingcr Jr., former special assistant to President John F. Kennedy "I believe anyone could defeat President Nixon in 1972." Speaking to a student audience at Georgia State Uni- versity in Atlanta, Schlesinger said Nixon has failed to deliver on his campaing promise to bring Americans together 'his policies have only driven us apart." Two prisoners at Joyceville reformatory near King ston, Ont. and a third at Manitoba's Stony Mountain peniteniiarv rave been named winners in a national art contest for prison- ers. Joyceville prisoners Donald Martin, 23, and James Griesn, 28, both submitted paint togs, Martin a portrait of an old man sitting in a log cabin and Griese still life entitled Mature Cheese. Edward Alex, 30, of Stony Mountain, entered an ink sketch of four tiers of cells and a lone jrisoner straining against the Wtdntidoy, Moy t, TH! LETHIRIDG! HEXAID 21 Business Spotlight Russians Depend On Calgary Firm CALGARY (CP) Much of Canada's Arctic turns into miles of tundra and trackless muskeg during the short summer when temperatures soar well into the 70s. Siberia isn't much different but the Russians are depending on a Calgary-basect firm to show them how to travel on the marshes in their search for minerals. Foremost Tracked Vehicles Ltd. specializes in various ma- chines capable of handling the tricky muskeg. They look al- most like heavy trucks, but in- stead of wheels have wide-cleat tracks to provide footing on ground that's often more water than earth. Frank Schlager, a stocky Austrian-born Calgarian and technical representative for Foremost, spent three months in northwestern Siberia lasl summer showing the Russians how to operate 32 vehicles bought from the firm. A month ago, a selection of 20 more tracked vehicles accompa- nied by two field service shops and. enough spare parts to last two years, left Montreal for Murmansk, a northeast Russian port. Mr. Schlager says the Rus- sians have invested about o n Alberta-built 'swamp buggies" in their drive o open their Arctic. The latest shipment from Foremost was a special order with bigger en- pnes than usual. The firm makes a variety of ractors, ranging from small Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) Winnipeg ive beef futures attracted a moderate trade Tuesday with some execution of contracts in he May futures at five to 10 >oints below previous closes, ind a small interest was noted n deferred futures. Open High Low Close Mon. llay 31.50 31.60 31.50 31.60 31.60 uly 30.30 30.30 30.25 30.23 30.36 Sept 29.00 29.00 29.10 29.00 ONCE TERRIER The Lhasa' Apso dog, origi- nally from Lhasa, Tibet, was nee classed as a terrier, but ow is called a non-sporting og. machines used for grooming ski slopes to a 45-ton, four-tracked giant with a 30-ton carrying ca- pacity. OIL RESERVES LARGE The main attraction hi Russia is oil, and Mr. Schlager says they have reserves rumored to be at least equal to those under Alaska's Prudhoe Bay. The "hundreds and hundreds of miles" of Russian muskeg was described as "deeper and fluffier" than its Canadian coun- terpart and a heavy, sticky clay underlying the Russian swamps creates additional problems by preventing water run-off. Production oil drilling is done with big, electrically-powered derricks instead of the diesel units used in Canada. "The first rig I went to, I thought it was shut says Mr. Schlager. "All vou hear is the hum." Because of the difficulty In moving these rigs, the Russians are drilling up to 16 holes at each location. They have been experiment- ing with the air-cushion princi- ple used in hovercraft to move equipment and the heavy rigs. In the meantime, however, the Canadian vehicles are doing the job and Mr. Schlager ex- pects to return to Siberia this summer to give the Russians further help in getting the most out of them. Wardair Ltd. Earnings Up EDMONTON 'anada Ltd. announced here net earnings of for an increase of 514 per cent irom 1968 earnings of President Max Ward said revenues to the international charter airline from northern operations were up slightly but contributed little to 1969 prof- ts. The company expanded its northern operations last year and Mr. Ward said bookings or 1970 are at an all-time high. The company financial state- ment listed operating revenue o compared with the 1968 total of and expenses of com- >afed with for 1968. The Uthkidge Herald INVITES YOU TO USE THIS HANDY GROCERY SHOPPERS1 LIST Check the Grocery Ads on pages 5, 21, 34 and 38 of Today's Herald Blades Baking Boding Cream Baking Toilet Aids Napkins Tissue SUPPLIES Cooking Evaporated DINNERS All Pins Tissue Salad Wrap Lard Mayonaise Sail Shortening Brown Icing Sugar- FOODS Applesauce Fruits Fruit Cocktail Fruit Juices Asparagus Beans Dinners Candy Canned Fish Canned Poultry Canned Meat Carbonated Beverages Crackers Chocolate Pork Sausage Turkey Veal Wieners DAIRY PRODUCTS Wrap Freezer Supplies light tulbs 'aper Bags .aundry Soap Mops Pails 4aokins Picnic Supplies Tea Vineyar PRODUCE Applet Bananai Cantaloupe Vegetables Peas Pumpkin Spinach Tomatoes Tomato juice Vegetable Juicet BAKERY (dry) Cereal (cooking) Instant Items Cigarettes Pet Foods Fruit Gelatins Jelly or Jam Macaroni Spread Cream Eggs Margarine Sour Cream Ice Cream Milk HEALTH and BEAUTY itarch Shoe Polish Wax Paper Vindow Cleaner Wax Water Softener OTHERS 1 Headache Another Public Service by The Uthkidge Herald ;