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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHIRIDG! HtRAlD Wtdntiday, Moy 17, wo Rally Interrupts Market Slump TORONTO (CP) A techni- cal rally during light mid-morn ing trading today interrupted a decline lasting two successive sessions at the Toronto stock market. On index, industrials were up 1.95 to 143.55 and western oils 2.94 to 111.08. Golds were down .55 to 140.95 and base metals .81 to 81.94. The upward swing is an ad- justment of share prices eroded during the last two days of losses. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Tuesday. Advances outnumbered dec- lines 175 to 93 rath 197 issues mchanged. On Tuesday all four major in- dexes were at the lowest levels in more than four years. Observers say there have been no auspicious changes in the economic picture to prompt the rally this morning. Most observers are pessimis- tic about turnabouts in the pre- dominantly losing trend. They Market: Don't Worry TORONTO (CP) Dr. Lud- wig Erhard said Tuesday there is "no real cause for deep con- cern or worry" about the down- ward slide of world stock mar- kets. The former German chancel- Jar told a news conference the general economic situation is not the same as that which led to the stock market collapse of 1929 and the depression that fol- lowed. Dr. Erhard said the market is "not headed for a general col- lapse" but it will take all the ef- forts of world leaders to "get things under control again." He said the reaction to the present stock market decline is "much calmer" than it was in 1929. Dr. Erhard, in Toronto to to a two-day conference on economic growth sponsored by the Toronto Stock Exchange, said he feels that the emphasis on growth has reached the point of a fetish. He said it was a "bad thing that international monetary system doesn't seem solid any longer" and had lost its disci- pline. requires .co-operation among all countries to straighten out, rather than indi- vidual action. "What is he said, a sense of proper interna- tional order." TABLE COVER Baize, a heavy woollen cloth, was used originally to cover writing tables and desks. point out that any rallies in the past several weeks have had a maximum lifespan of two days. Among advancing issues, Fal- conbridge was up 2% to 126, Aimco Industries 1% to 14, Bow Valley 1% to 9% and Pacific Pe- troleum 1% to EARLY RALLY MONTREAL Montreal stock market followed Wall Street in an early rally today. Analysts said the activity of speculators and bargain hunt- ers helped to buoy prices follow- ing recent sharp and steady declines. Trading was halted to match orders in the shares of Roth- mans. The company reported net earnings of 72 cents a share for the nine-month period ended March 31, down from ?1.89 in the corresponding period of 1969. IDS Ltd. gained 20 cents to 2.90. Gramco International SA., a London real estate fund group has expressed an interest in acquiring control of IDS if John M. King, chairman of King Resources fails to complete a current takeover deal. Among declining industrials QSP Ltd. dipped 2% to Southam 1% to 44 and Reitnians I to 18, all in extremely light trading. Walker-Gooderham gained Co TransCanada PipeLine to 25, International Utilities to 21% and Moore Corp. to Place Development fell 3 to 29 and Gulf Oil Canada 1 to 13 while Imperial Oil advanced to On index, Industrials were up 1.03 to 144.63, utilities .41 to 116.41 banks 2.72 to 151.06 and the composits 1.07 to 140.29. Pa- pers were off .73 to 90.26. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges was shares at II a.m. compared with at the same tune Tuesday. MARKET HIGHER NEW YORK (AP) The stock market was sharply higher in early afternoon trade. At noon the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials was up 18.28 to 649.44. This was a 2.89 per cent gain. Among Canadians, Canadian Pacific was up IVs, Massey Alcan and Granby Mining Dome Mines was off and Dis- tillers Seagrams On the American Stock Ex- change, Canadian Javelin was up Canadian Marconi Scurry-Rainbow and Jupiter Corp. Vt. Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Win- nipeg h've beef futures market had a fairly good trade Tues- day with commission houses on both sides of the market and trading at 15 to 30 points below previous close levels. Open High Low Close Mon. July- 31.00 Sl.OO 30.83 29.92 31.00 29.25 29.95 29.25 29.55 29.25 28.75 28.90 28.65 28.65 29.00 New t Improved Siemens Siretta Hearing Aids available at EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Roam-Second Floor MR, H. W. MATHESON OUR CERTIFIED HEARING AID AUDIOLOGIST Will be in LETHBRIDGE on Thursday, May 28th a.m. till p.m. Corns In and see the new Sirelta all-ln-the-eor aid which haj an exceptionally strong, clear response. Designed Jo replace many of the conventional behind- the-ear aids. One of the finest aids of its type on tho market. EATON'S HEARING CENTRE Second Floor Dial 327-8551 LIVESTOCK Lethbridga Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 125 cattle. Beceipts mostly slaughter steers. Cattle market active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting good demand. Prices 25 cents or more higher. Me- dium grades steady at the week's advance. Good and choice butcher heifers steady to strong under good demand. All classes of cows selling at steady rates. Bulls steady. Me- dium and good stacker and feeder steers strong to 25 cents higher. Choice steers 31.50 to 32.20; good 30.25 to 31.25; medium 28 to 30. Choice heifers 29 to 29.60; good 28 to 28.75; medium 26.50 to 27.50. Good cows 22 to 23; medium 20.50 to 21.50; caffiners and cut- ters 17 to 19.50. Good bulls 26 to 27. Good heavy feeder steers (over 800 Ibs.) to 32.50; medium 27 to 30. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday f.o.b. Lethbridge 29.30 to 29.35 base price. All butcher hogi sold for export Tuesday 23.55 to 23.60 h'veweight. Calgary Livestock CALGAEY (CP) Wednes day's receipts to 11 a.m. o head were most slaughter cattle. Trade fairly active Slaughter steers sold 25 to 50 lower, heifers steady with sales to 29.70. Cows fully steady. Bulls scarce and steady. Choice steers 31.75 to 32.40; good 30.50 to 31.50; medium 29 to 30.25. Choice heifers 29.29 to 40; good 28 to 28.75; medium 27 to 28. Good cows 23 to 24; medium 21.75 to 22.75; canners ami cutters 19 to 21.50. Bulls 27.50 to 28.50. Replacement cattle were in short supply selling at steady prices. Good feeder steers over 750 pounds, 30.50 to 33. Good feeder heifers 28.50 to 32.25 de- pending on weight. No stock or butcher calves on offer. Hogs fob Calgary to 11 a.m. 29.30 to 29.35, currently 29.30. Lambs lower Tuesday with mixed lots good and choice 31.25. MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Hoadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OB SALE a.m. Quota) WESTERN OILS a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) Almlnex Asmera Banff Can Soufh Cdn Delhi Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homestd Cdn In Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn super Cen Del Rio Charter Chiellan Dynamic Pete French Pete Mill City New Cent..... Numac....... Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas..... Ranger Scurry Rain spooner -rlad West Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS AtCO Ind 7.M Cmnwllh Lev .10.43 11.43 Corp Invest 4.42 4.B3 Northwest Fin 4.06 4.43 Northwst Grow 3.03 3.33 Grow Equity 4.75 5.K Grp In Shares 2.45 2.68 Invest Grow 8.94 9.77 Invest Mut 4.38 J.79 IDS Vent J.89 3.1: Acm Fd 4.17 10.87'A MUf Grow Fd 3.34 3.6) 2075 Mut In 3.88 4.27 21.50 Not. Res.....5.84 425 Prln Growth 3.Z6 3.S8 3.B714 Provld Mat 5.52 6.03 1 80 Regent Fund 6.54 7.15 Royfund ......4.ZS 4.41 United Acm 3.64 4.00 4.85 f.75 1.20 13.25 1.51 2.00 .45 5.30 17.00 In Pro Pipe Wls 3.40 Int- Steel Pipe 7.00 Jefferson Lake. 6.10 Joulel 2.60 Kaiser Res 2.50 Kani Kotia 2.90 Lake Ont Cement 4.80 Mentor....... Newconex .85 Pacific Pete 11.50 Rank Org 7.90 Shell Inv 6.50 shell Inv Pfd 5.80 shell tnv wts .91 Sicks Ranler 3.70 West Cdn Seed .97 Whltepass Yukon 13.00 .70 CALGARY 4.70 Acroll Ana Pete .85 Barons Oil .S5 North Cont .83 Plains Pet> 4.40 teduc Cal......- 12.Z5 Madison.......12 Spooner.......82 Qulnalta.......04 Triad 2.75 R.xdale.......17 3.25 PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas Tr I. A 35.00 Alta Gas T X% P 66.00 Cdn West Nt Ges 14.75 Aquatalna 13.12'A Inland Nat Gas 8.00 Brit Nlld 3.75 North Central 10.25 Cdn Brew A Pfd 30.00 North-Cent B Pf 22.25 ____ _. Cdn Brew B Pfd Gaz Metro 3.80 Dynasty Cdn Hydro Car. 9.25 Gas Met Pf A 56.00 Giant Mascot Cdn Pac In Pfd. Trans can Pipe 24.25 Key Industries tn vi Uu't .65 VANCOUVER -08 Anuk .Wh Arctic Mining .03 Atlas Explor .21 Bethlehem Copper 12.75 Bornlte Ridge Block Brothers Brenda Srenmac ..fc..... B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar Pfd Capt. Inter Churchill Copper Crestarook For In Croyden Dolly Varden CPR Pfd Cygnus A Cygnus B 3.00 Gt Cdn Oil Sand 3.00 Gt Cdn Oil S 6-75 96.00 Home A 9.75 Home B 13.00 Home Pltfld 1.75 HUd Bay Co 12.30 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 43.00 Hugh Russ Pfd. 13.00 Husky Oil 7.25 Husky Oil B 37.00 Husky Oil War. 2.60 7.87W Tr Cn Pine P A 50.50 Hy's 3.25 TrCn Pipe War. Inter Brew West Trans 16.00 Kamloops Copper West Pacific 3.65 Lornex MUTUAL FUNDS Mt Washington AGF Special 2.01 Madrona All Cdn Com 5.78 6.32 New Cronln All Cdn Dlv 4.80 Alt Cdn Vent 2.89 Amer Grow Fd 3.99 Can Grow 4.25 Cdn Invest Fd 4.51 Collect Mut 4.62 Cmnwlth Int 3.84 7.43 New Imp Mines 3.16 Primer 4.38 Silver Standard 4.67 T.C. Explor 4.94 Trolan 5.07 Western Mines 4.25 West Resources .16 2.75 7.30 .50 15.00 15.25 2.30 2.40 5.00 .25 .27 4.40 2.75 .38 2.50 3.60 .07V4 7.40 .10 .25 .08% 2.00 .21 1.20 .25 .59 3.35 .25 TORONTO MINES, INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quoto) i.m. Quotes) I.m. Quolell INDUSTRIALS Pemblna Pp Abltlbl Power Corp Alcan....... 20.75 Price Co Algoma Steel 11.25 Rothmans 7.50 Shell CDA 5.12'A Simpson's simp Sears Steel of Can Selkirk A Texaco...... Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp HS Tran! Cln PP Union Gas Atco Ind Atlan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forast B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcetl Col Celullosa Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Cdn Indust Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn VIckers Comlnco Cons Bath Cons Gas Dist Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Peta Fern Play Fd of Amer Gt Cdn oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hawker Sid Huron, Hiram Walk Imperial OH imperial Tob Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Locb........ Metro Stores Massey Ferg McMillan Bias Moore Corp Molson's A Molson's B North, Cent Union Oil Mfg 20.75 wtsteel..... Union Car 10.12Vi Weston's B Woodward's A 30.00 west Cdn Sd Zenith Elec 2'fin? Csn MontreaP... 14.00 fjoya scotla 39.00 38.00 7.62V 41.75 3.00 63.50 16.00 13.00 1.7S 14.50 37.50 15.75 13.2S 37.00 17.62V 20.75 10.75 3.25 6.00 4.00 2500 J8'oo 11 oo I Acme Advocate ASB. 'Akaltcho Area Mines 1 Belcher Iron Black Bay Bralorne..... Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar...... Central Pat. Chlmo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dlckenson Mine Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda...... Discovery Mine East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbrldge 17.2! Frobex....... 6.00 First Maritime! 10.50 Giant Y.K. 13.37'A Gortdrum 21.00 Gunnar....... 14.75 Granduc li.OO Headway R.L H.12V4 HoIIInser..... 6.50 Hud. Bay M-5 18.62'A Hydra Ex..... 7.25 Highland Bell 13.50 Iron Bay..... 13.50 Iso.......... 11.75 Jollet Quebec S7.50 Kerr Addlson Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Leltch....... Langls silver Macassa Madsen R.L. Martin McNeely 17.50 Maybrun..... 13.62VS Maclntyrt 16.50 Mils 1W2V4 MIdrIm 16.50 Intern Mogul New Athona .08V) New Calumet 1.60 New Imperial ..46 Noranda..... I.M Northgate .40 Opemlska .07 Oslsko....... Patlno....... Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp..... Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore...... Rio Algom 7-Ofl Roman Corp. .88 Silverfields .14 Sherrrtt Gordon .40 Silver Miller steep Rock Tek Corp..... Texmont..... .60 Upper Canada 50.00 western Mines .23 Wright Har. Wlllroy....... Windfall Yellowknlfi Br. Zenmac s.w _1U5 18.50 14.75 1.10 1.55 1.00 .22 13.25 5.00 1.S5 17.00 1.70 1.00 1.50 32.75 .05 1.30 1.05 5.25 122.25 .23 1.10 7.40 2.15 .95 9.00 3S.25. 30.50 .15 2.60 2.05 1.3J .22 9.55 .35 S7.00 3.00 1.55 .09 1.35 1.03 .12'A .24 1.00 .12 35.00 10.62'A .29 34.00 .29 38.00 .50 .18 1.02 .2a' 5.25 2.40 14.25 .05'A 3.00 1.90 5.20 .45 1.30 3.45 1.50 1.45 .10V4 3.25 .09 NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amer T and T Montgoni Ward 38.87W 30 142.45, up .95 Anaconda 23.75 sears........... 52.25 10 Base Met S3.0I, up Beth Steel 23.75 Std Oil of N.J. 15 Wst Oils 114.97, up 4.83 Chrvsler........ 20.25 Texas Gulf .....114.87'A Volume Comsat 28.1214 Texas Co....... 24.75 NEW YORK AVERASII Dupont 103.00 Woolwortn 27.12'A 30 tnds 451.85, up 20.47 General Motors 61.00 El 20 Rails 138.05, up 4.52 Gult 23.00 U.S. Steel 31.50 15 Utilities 98.99, Up 1.15 Int Harvester 23.37'A TORONTO AVERAGES Stocks 7.14.77, up ft.ll Kcnn Copper 39.50 20 Inds 143.59, up 1.98 Volume Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location In Marathon Development in City of Lethbridgo to be open about Octo- ber, 1970. Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in ap- proximately four years. For further information pleise write er phane SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th Ave. S.W., CAIGARY, Alberta. 763-56E3 (403) Possible Cabinet Shift Heads List Trudeau Facing Many Problems By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Consideration of a cabinet shuffle will be one of the first problems that Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau will pick up again from his heavily- laden desk, when he flics back to Ottawa Friday front Pacific tour. Problems have Increased during his absence. Inflation, unemployment, labor unrest, the threat of the postal strike, the wheat surplus and a, myr- iad of other difficulties still unresolved. Relations with the United States have deteriorated. Oddly enough this development is be- ing traced by some political ob- servers to the impending cabi- net re organization. Energy, Mines and1 Re- sources Minister J. J. Greene went to Denver to address the mid year meeting of the In- dependent Petroleum Associa- of America. He talked tough. He abandoned his former stance of friendly realtions with the Americans in discussions on a continental energy polk'y, adopted a porcupine posture, bristling with indignation and became an ardent Canadian nationalist. The minister confessed1 in bis Denver speech that he bad been sampling the winds in Canada and found them blow- ing up a change in attitude to- ward the U.S. He has found Canadians want to build some- thing that is clearly their own, not a pale image of their great neighbor to the south. Mr. Greene, with one eye cocked in the direction of the East block where the PM will be considering his cabinet shifts, decided Canadian na- tionalism was what Canadians wanted today. He has become Grain Prices Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) Trading centred in rapeseed, which came under fairly heavy com- mission house liqiridatioit pres- sure, on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Flax had only a small trade with light offerings being ta- ken by exporters and a U.S. house. Buying interest in all fu- tures brought fractional to one- cent rallies. Oats and barley had a trade with domestic shipper buying for eastern feeders. There was some exporter inter- est in malt barley. Rye had fairly heavy hedge offerings but prices were steady on g o o d exporter buy- ing. Tradings was mostry inter- month spreading by locals and commission houses. Export loadings of CanaiSan wheat Tuesday included bushels to Britain, to Russia, to Belgium, 578 to France and to Ger- many. Volume of trade Tuesday in- cluded bushels of flax, of rapeseed and 000 of rye. Prices for class two wheat for export t4> countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 S 4 5 1.51ft; 6 1 Durum 2 3 IGA prices: 1 Nor 1.80V.; 2 3 4 5 6 1 Du- rum Z 3 ..High Low Close .Flat May 28114 276 274% 276 273'A 272% 272% 268V4 301% 248% 241V4 295% 297 24514 75% 74% Jly Oct Nov Rapeseed May 299% Jiy Nov Jan Oats May Jly Oct Dec Barley May Jly Oct Dec Rye May 101% 101% Jly 103% 103% 3ct 107% 107 268% 295% 297% 247% 241 75% 76% 76ft 106% 110% 110% 101% 103% 107% 109% FIND ANCIENT BATH DAMASCUS (Reuters) A bathing pool dating back to the eighth century AD was discov- ered by an team TCTI Harvard and the Univer- sity of Michigan about 120 miles east of Damascus, the Syrian jovernment said here. There were indications the bath had remained in use up to the 14th century. t convert tnd several of his colleagues suggest that it could help keep "Joe in the cabinet." this summer. It could however lead to his departure into en- other portfolio. Reports emana- ting from Washington suggest that Mr. GreeneV new posture make it difficult for Americans to consider seriously entering into negotiations with, him in future. However, American officials have been cautioned against commenting on Mr. Greene1! speech at Denver so as to avoid any suggestion that Washington was interfering in Canadian domestic affairs. Hollis Dole o) the U.S. interior department, a senior official, said in Denver thiat the nationalism voiced by Greene can work both ways. He was reportedly called on tile carpet and has said nothing since. Eric Kierans, post master general and: minister of com- munications, has come under severe attack in the Commons. Recently his career in the cab- net was described by one op- position member as a long dreary chapter of stubborn inep- titude. The criticism drew pro- longed applause from opposition benches. Many liberals, too, are unhappy with Mr. Kierans' performance. Mr. Kierans power battles with Labor Minister Bryce Mackasey within the confines of the cabinet are no secret in Ottawa. The labor minister appears to have emerged the victor from the latest tussle and later took on .Manpower Minister Allan MacEachen. The minis- ter reportedly wants changes made in the next cabinet re- organization that would place part of the manpower and im- migration department under the administration of the labor minister. Trying to resolve these con- flicts and clashes within the cabinet is a difficult assign- ment. It is one that will occupy much of Mr. Trudeau's atten- tion after his return from the Pacific trip. Nervous members of the cab- met are waiting and wondering what the summer holds in store for them, The inevitable rumors about some ministers being summon- ed to the Senate have circulat- ed1. Political enemies of Solici- tor General George MeHraith and Public Works Minister Arthur Laing have mentioned their names again. Both men just smile at such suggestions and reply they ex- pect to be following active poli- tical careers for some time yet. Mr. MeHraith said flatly Potato Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Mari- time potato futures market was inactive Tuesday with bids at even WIH to 10 points under pre- vious close levels, but no offers. Open High Low Close Mon. Nov. 2.13b 2.10b Mar 2.60 2.60 2.60a College Mercury Appointment STEVE DAKU Mr. Glen Richardson, General Sales Manager af College Mercury is pleased to announce the appoint- ment of Mr. Steve Daku at representative. Steve Is a married man and has over 12 years In the Auto- motive field. He welcomes all his many friends and customers to drop Into Col- leg Mercury and see him For your auto needs. STORE FOR RENT GOOD IOCATION ON 5th STREiT SOUTH Suitable for er item AWY. Stan's Men's Wear 321 5th St. S. he would be seeking re-election in the neit general election, when rumors that he planned to retire circulated after he sold his home and moved to a new residence outside his con- stituency. Senatorial appointments, however, are another headache that has been recurring for the prime minister. He has put off filling the large number of vacancies in the senate (15) for many months now. Close iwo- ciates of Mr. Trudeau predict that early this summer naire several new senator) tnd the list will contain some sur- prises as he seeks to strcnghtci the upper house. Business Spolight Homes Prices Up, Sales Are Down TORONTO (CP) The aver- age price of homes in Canada has gone up while sales volumes decline, according to prelimi- nary first-quarter figures com- piled by the Canadian Associa- tion of Real Estate Boards. The sales decline is high- lighted by a heavy drop in On- tario. The indicated average price during the January-March pe- riod, the association says, was up from the aver- age during the first three months of 1969. The association figures were based on sales handled through the Multiple Listing Service. John McDermid, assistant ex- ecutive director of the associa- tion, said he could foresee no easing in home prices. Demand tor homes remained strong and he noted housing construction starts were down sharply. "I can see a real housing shortage Mr. Mc- Dermid said. "Until we get over this eco- nomic slowdown that we're in right now, I just can't see it im- proving much." Mr. McDermid said he be- lieved government .action was needed to relieve housing shor- tages. "I think municipal, provincial and federal governments all have to get together to this problem." Total number of units sold through the Multiple Listing Service was in tie first quarter of 1970, compared with in the first quarter of last year. Dollar volumes for the re- spective periods and In Ontario, there wert) fewer sales in the first quntac of 1970 than in the similar pe- riod of 1969. In other parti of Canada there were: 55 man sales in British Columbia; 61 more in Alberta; one mom in Saskatchewan; 60 fewer in Man- itoba; six more in Quebec; md 64 more in the Atlantic prov- inces. "The resale homes are going pretty Mr. McDermid said. "New home sales are Et- tle slower." Houses were taking longer to sell and more expensive homes priced at more than moving slowly. Mr. McDermid said average home prices were higher in On- tario than in other provinces. In the metropolitan Toronto area the average was about To qualify for a home of that price, he said, a buyer would need an income cf a year. NOW is the time to IDMAL9 The woodgrain panel sides are optional, but it's the) standard features that make the new International Pickup the most-changed new model in pickup his- tory. 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