Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
In New TORONTO (CP) Gasoline 1 age for regular and premium gasolines at his outlet is be 1 twcen nnd gallons n day of each. "We started pumping nboul three weeks ago, and it's very he said. "Quite a few people are asking for it, but they can't use it. And there are very tew 1971 models around." The manager at a Sun Oil Co. Ltd. outlet said he began pumping Sunoco's new Sunocolile low-lead brand Oct. 15 and "there's very little demand." "I don't think wc-'ve IMU one new car in yet." SOME ADAPT Shell has circulated a pamphlet explaining which cars are able to use ils no-lead gasoline and which models can be adapted for it. Oil companies say the cost o converting their refineries and equipment to produce and dis jense entirely lead-free gaso-ines would be considerable. An Imperial Oil Ltd. spokes man confirmed the cost of refin ery changes to his compan; across Canada would be million and mil lion. One estimate if the whole industry has to convert is 5800 million. But manufacturers of gasoline pumps report they are busier this year than Lhey have been for some time and they say the new gasolines are the M OTTAWA (CP) North Americans may be consuming lead and cadmium in llicir diets at levels equal to or above those acceptable by health authorities, reliable sources said Tuesday. As n result of this and also of indications of mercury contain -nation, the federal food and drug directorate has launched special monitoring program. Dr. fi. A. Chapman, director general of the directorate, saic in an interview mmiil.nring wil cover all the heavy lead, cadmium arsenic, EC en ium, zinc, tin and plus pesticides, chemical compounds like allaloxin which is produced by a soil mold, and 1 natcd h 1 p h e n y 1 s, known as PCBs. PCBs arc stable chemicals long used in paints, resins and plasters nnd as heat-exchange fluids. TIIIIUI! MOST DAM1KKOUS Among lire metals, lend, cadmium and mercury pose the grcalcsl potential threat lo Federal aiilliorilk's estimate (lie probable iiitakt of lead llirouKh foods in Noith America is just aboul nL Hie limit of ac- Hii E iH per day eslaljlishcd by the World Hcallli Organization. They consider thai most of the Icati found in foods mar come from fallout from leaded gasolines. ScicnlisLs .estimate Hie dally intake of cadmium may br, greater than the acceptable 75 micrograms per person. Research on cadmium toxicology is a priority itfm for fedora] scientists. MeiTui-y in the fowl supply has boon under investigation for some time. Action has incluc bans on commercial fishing in some areas and warnings In sport fishermen not to eat their catch. The Diner arsenic, selenium, zinc tin and appear to pose no immediate threat. Market t In Light TORONTO (CP) Tlie To ronlo slock exchange was mod erately higher in light mid morning trading tnday. On index, industrials rose .7E to 164.04, golds .76 to 1110.09, and western oils .66 lo 186.50. Base metals slipped .20 to 93.04. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared will at the same time Tues day. Advances outnumbered dec lines 115 to 79 with 148 issues unchanged. Strongest sectors were In dustrial mining, general manu facturing, pipelines and steels. Dome Mines rose 1 to Inco 14 to Texaco 'A to Trans Canada Pipe Lines 14 to Southam 'A to Alcan V-} to Noranda Vi to Alberta Gas Trunk Vt to Mattagami to and Rio Algom to Sherritt lost Ve to Seagrams Vt to Falconbndge to and Northgate Vn to UPWARD MONTREAL (CP) The Montreal stock market was higher in every sector in light trading today. Only 236.400 shares were traded by 31 a.m. on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Trading changes, compared wilh Ui at the same time Tues day. On index, industrials gained .85 to 1G7.01, utilities .51 t banks .58 to 170.04, til composite index to 162.0 and papers .17 to 01.84. International Nickel climbed to Rio Algom to CPR R to Noranda t Alcan 14 to Hudsoi Bay Co. to Aquitaine to and Central-Del Rio t Crown Cork fell S10 to Shell Canada to 532K. Scot LaSalle to V4, Koffle Stores Ltd. SI to Dcnison Mines to Distillers-Sea grams Vz to and Du Pont V to GAINS ERODED NEW YORK (AP) Slock market prices were moderately higher early this afternoon, bu some of the sharp early-session gains had been eroded. Trading was moderately active. At noon the Dow Jones aver age of 30 industrials was up 3.9( at 771.97. Earlier, the Dow had been up over 5. Alcan added lo among Canadian issues, while Walker Gooderham lost to S4214. Other gainers included Inco up 2 54 to 54014 and Granby Mining Va to S22H. On the American Stock Exchange, Scurry Rainbow was up to and Jupiter Corp to station operators say lit tic interest is being shown i no-lead and low-lead gasolines apparently because 1971-mode cars arc the first speciflcnllj designed lo take the new lower octane products. "We've had our new pump ii for a week, and I estimate we've sold about worth o (lie new a Sliell Canada Ltd. dealer in North Toronto said. Shell began installing equip ment for ils no-lead Shell Ultra in October. A retailer who handles Esso 2000, Imperial Oil Ltd.'s low-lead brand, said he is pumping 75 to 80 gallons a day. The leth bridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Dcii.trtmcnt of Agriculture) On olfer to a.m. 360 cattle and calves. Receipts about evenly divided between slaughter Market replacement entile. Trade active. Good and choice butcher steers continue to meet very good demand at strong prices. Medium grades 25 cents or more higher. No butcher heifers sold esriy. Medium lo good cows about steady. Medium lo good stacker and feeder steers and slock calves sell readily at firm rales. Choice steers 28.25 to 28.60 good 27.50 lo 28; mediun 2G lo 27.50. Good cows 20 lo 20.70; medium 18.50 lo 19.50; canners and cutters 16 to IS. 50. Good bulls 22 to 23.40. Good heavy feeder steers over 810 Ibs. 28.80 to 32.50. Good light stock steers 33 to 35.50. Good stock steer calves 38.50 to 40.50. Good stock heifer calves 32 to 34. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday f.o.h. Lelhbridge 22.35 lo 22.40 base price. HOG SALES Monday's sales 901 hogs. All classes of weaner ant feeder hogs met improved demand. Weaners sold 51 or more higher; light feeders under 100 Ibs. Si to 52 higher. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. strong to 51 higher. Weaners 5.75 to 12.50; light feeders under 100 Ibs. 12.25 to 18.50; heavy feeders 100 to 130 Ibs. 21.75 to 27.25. All prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs, 19 to 23 per cwt; heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 15.50 to 18.50. Bred sows and gilts 39.50 to 52.50 per head. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 am., about head; mostly choice slaughter steers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers and heifers were higher while cows ai.d bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 28.75 to 29.40, good 27.75 to 2850, medium 27 to 27.50. Choice heifers 27.50 to 23, good 26.50 Report 27.25, medium 25.50 lo 26.2J. Good lo medium 18 to 20.50, canners and cutters 13 to 17. Good bulls 22 lo 23.50. Replacement catlle were scarce with most ollerings ol heavier kinds. Good feeder steers more Error Cited TORONTO (CP) The Tele grain savs "gross pilot error' will be cited in the department of transport's accident investigation report into the crash of an Air Canada plane near Toronto International Airport July 5. The crash killed 109 persons The Telegram says the department's report will be filec at a public hearing here into the crash, Nov. 23. The newspaper quotes sources as saying the report says that one of the three-man crew acti-valed the ground spoilers on the aircraft when the plane was 60 eet above a runway, causing he cralt lo plunge like a rock to he pavement. The Telegram quotes sources s saying that the voice tape of ockpit conversation before the rash registers on" of the men making a comment similar to Oops, I shouldn't have done hat. The spoilers are wind-deflecting flaps that rise on the wings o break up the lift of air rush-ng over the surfaces as the ilane lands on the runway, 'bey act as brakes preventing le plane from bouncing or rising into the air again from the Best Thing For Soils VEGKEVILLE, Alia. tCP) -A researcher has found that ammonium nitrate fertilizer is the best thing for the flinty, low-prcducing soils of east-central Alberta. But it wasn't easy. Dr. Ross Cairns, a soil researcher at the Canadian agriculture sub-station in Vegre-vills, 65 miles east of Edmonton, spent 13 years in the struggle. There are about 15 million acres of these tough, impenetra ble soils in Western Canada Ten million acres are in Al lierta, most of them in a bel about 300 miles long and vary ing considerably in width, but averaging about 10 miles. Dr. Cairns, originally from Smiths Falls, Ont., set up the research sub-station in Vegre ville 13 years ago after it was found no one had solved the problem of the tough solonetzic or burned-out soils. Now 47, he had earned his BSA in soil science from the University of Guelph, his master's from McGill and his doctorate from Psim State University. He decided to do something about solonetzic soils which have a high sodium sulphate content and are characterized jv poor water and root penetration. HORIZON WAS NARROW The upper horizon was narrow compared with other soils. The sub-surface horizon was lard and usually alkaline. There was no easy way to handle solonetzic soils. In 13 years of research he discovered a method of applying ammonium nitrate fertilizer which eventually makes the soil behave normally. In Russia, scientists had success with deep plowing deeper than 22 inches. But this method was too expensive to be practical. The ammonium nitrate fertilizer increases Uis downward movement of water into the soil, teeps salt under control and promotes plant growth. The nitrogen fertilizer, Dr. bairns reported, reduced the so-uble and exchangeable sodium in Ihe upper horizon. This, plus greater growth of roots and the accumulation of nitrates in the sub-soils of fertilized plots, al-owed soils to bj more permeable. Hoots and water could then penetrate the tough sub-soil. Dr. Cairns said this method holds greet promise "for future ipplication in calves 38 to 41.50. Good slock heifer calves 31 to 34. 7o. No hogs QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Hoadhouse and McCuaig) LAST DID OK SALS a.m. Ouoles) a.m. Queues) a.m. Quoifil WESTERN OILS Jeff Lake Grow Foully 16.B7Vi Kaiser Rei Banf 12.35 Karn KoJifl B. P. Oil 5.75 Lnke Ont P Con South 4.SD Mentor Cdn Exp Gas 4.pi Meivconcx Ashland Pac Pels Cdn Home 7.25 Rank Orga Cdn IndUi Gas Selkirk Hoi Cdn Super 37.75 Shpil Del Rio 10.87W Shell Inv 17i 'n InvosT Grow 9.S7 10. 1 29 Invesl Mul 5 17 1 Ce 10S Venlurs 3.59 3.60 .J4 Mul Acin Td i.65 J.ll 37 25 Wljt Income 4. JO .S'RIV, Mai Resources 6.78 ifm N'w Finance 3.50 3 ES NW Grovrth i.U 4.63 M -ii'in NW Equily 5.23 7 'Vr Prinu Growlh 3.59 3.94 15 Provid Mul 5.SG i.SJ i' ,1 2 Rcnenl Fund 7.79 3.51 Yuk WOO -1-7' Yuk 1700 Accm JM ARY Universal Sav 6 J3 7.07 iol'i VANCOUVER .Cfi Anuk .21 .03 Arclic Mining .37 Alias Explor .63 r Al Bethlehem Cop 14.00 .2? Bornlle Ridgs .u .10 Blotk Brollicn 3.35 Brenda B.50 B c 5ug.r ;5 A -Ji.GO capl. Inter 3.1S Churchill Copper 2.00 JDS Coron Credll 1.C5 fd A Endako 13.'lO jp Pf 31.50 Gramslc lo'iO Ff A Key Induslrlei .26 VT 10.75 Hys 3.7S "-75 Inlerlor Brewer 500 .Ific J.BO .op FUNDS Kamlcopi Cop M 2.20 Lornex 6.60 653 71JLyllon AAlnerali 296 d 7.54 8.76 Madrona .23 t 3 27 2 57 New Cronln .CE'fc Fd 4.54 4.9B Okanagan Hell 3 15 v Primer .15 d 4.10 Pyramid .43 5.34 5.E6 Sliver stand us 11.26 12.34 Texmont ,50 V 2. 85 3.13 .33 4. 5 35 Weslern 355 k i.J5 4.P3 West Explor ?j 10.4Q 11.48 Utlca ,7J S, INDUSTRIALS Securities of Canada OH SALE Quoies) a.m. Quolil) 12.37'AEasl Sullivan i.n 13.13V? Falconbridge 143.75 22.12V, Frobex .25 75J First Marlllmej 1.05 12-'50 ?2i Granduc ii Headway R.l_ 9.00 r. ll'il Hflllin9pr rl Hud. Bny M-S 19.35 Hvdra Ex" "31 Highland Bell 3.15 H Iron Day 3.J5 9-00 ].0 j 10 P 18-75 Jollet Oueb-c '.W P Kerr Addlson 11. Kl M.50 Key .31 39-00 Labrador 33.03 3-" Lake Shors 3 Lsllch 1.90 12-50 uangis Silver 1.10 A Madsen F7.L. ,E9 2.70 Malnrtlc G.F. .80 1.35 Marlln McNeely 12.00 KS Maybrun .20 19371A Maclnlyri 155.00 15.00 Mela -15 18.37VJ Mldrim .31 2? 00 Intern Mogul 10.00 79 50 New Alhona .17 FJevr Cslumet 5 Imp 1.91 .07 Norandc 35.73 f.-j i-iutl'miaia .54 Opemiska I.01? Oslsko .3J .0? Pine Poln? l.ss Placer Dev. 32.00 -2J P.C. Exp. Quebec lAon .31 4.55 Ravrcck 1.36 1.83 Radicre :i 22.25 Rio Algom 14.50 Roman Corp. 6 45 1.40 SllverlieldS 2.15 11.00 Srifirrill Gordon 16 i? r .S3 Silver Milfer .08 Siscoe J 9.60 7ek Corn. 90 riES 1.45 Texmcni .52 23.50 Uncer Canada 3 03 .00 Western Mines 3. CO Wrinhl Har. 1 tf 65.nu Willroy I.2B .33 nes 1.20 Yellowknife Br. 5.00 1.50 Zefimac .10 C STOCKS Securilies of Canada 69 75 10 t.W 9? TT, ofl 69.73 15 West Oil 1P5.P9, up Ml 116. GO Volume NEW YORK AVERAGEi 1C 65.00 30 Inds 771.97. Up 3 90 30 Rails 149.17, up 1.2J ERAGES Cars Urged By Public TORONTO (CP) Most Canadians would willingly sacri-lice appearance for a stronger car that was easier lo repair, even if it cost more initially, a survey conducted in nine provinces by the Insurance Bureau of Canada shows. The survey, conducted for general insurance companies, was designed to evaluate public opinion toward auto insurance. Interviews were not conducted in Saskatchewan, which has a compulsory government-run milu iiijui oflcc plan. The survey founri that B4 per cent of the more than interviewed favored laws requiring production of more sturdy autos. Stricter enforcement of traffic laws, periodic driving tests and removal of licences from drivers with bad driving records found most acceptance on methods for reducing premium rates. About 11 per cent of those interviewed felt that governments could administer auto insurance more cheaply, while slightly more lhan half favored permitting governments to dictate the kinds of auto insurance that insurance companies could sell and the public could 7.E5 Sicks Rain Dynam Pol- 1.20 Wesl Cdn S Great Plains 2S.75 While ard Willl City CAL( New Conl .90 Acroll North Cdn Oil i 00 Anac peie "J Ssrons OH Permo .77 norih Conl Pelrcl 1.35 Pinnacle .80 Warn Place Gas Mad, son Ponder .42 Rcxdalc Ranger 13.0D DICC, iMr Scurry Rain 2X07tt 1 L N1-Spooncr 2.3i Alia Gas T Decalla Alia Gas [r, MISCELLANEOUS ifl'Snd N3' Cdn Pac Inv 22.62U Trans Can P CPR Pfd 8.50 irons Can Crows Nest Ind wes' Trans Cygnus A 4 35 Weslern Pa Cygnus B 5.25 MUTUAL Cum Prop 11.50 AGF Soeclal Home Oil A 20.7i Home Oil B 21.50 All Cdn Div Home and 1.50 All Cdn Ven Hud Bay Co 15.00 Amer Grow Hud Bay Oil 36.25 Canada Gro Hud Bey Oil Pf 50.00 cdn Invesl F Husky Oil 12.S2Va Collect Mul Husky Oil B 39.50 Cmnwllh In Husky War J.50 Cmnwlin Le Int Pro Pipe 13.37'A Corp Invesl Inf Ulll PId 29.00 Corp In Slo nler Steel A.Jtf'A Drey Fd US TORONTO MINE Supplied by flichardsoi LAST DID a.m. Quotes) HI: DO am INDUSTRIALS Molsons B Abllibl 7.37'A Norlh, Celn Alcan 71.55 Pemblna Po Algoma Slee! 12.i21A Power Corp Alco Ind -f.ii Price Co Allan Sugar 7.12'A Roihmans Bell Tel 43.62VJ 51 Law Corp Brazil Trac 15.00 Shell Cda B.C. Tel 59.50 Simpson's Burns fl.lI'A Simpsons 5e B.C. Foresi 2J.6IVj Sled ol Con B.C. Sugar 15.25 SclKirk A CAE Ind -4..50 Texaco Cdn Brew Traders Gp Chemcell 4.35 Trans AAln F Col Cellulose 6.75 Trans Can F Tal Power Union Coron Credit Union Oil CWN Gas 11.12Vi Versatile MFc Cdn Indus? 9.35 Woslcel Canada S S 25.62'A Unlnn Car Cdn MarcnF 3.25 Wesfon's 5 Cdn Vickers B 00 Woodward's Chrysler 77 37'A Wef Cdn Sd CPR il .SO Zenllh Elec comlnco 22.00 BAH Cons Bain 9.75 Can Imperia Cons Gas 17.75 Montreal DIsI Sea 49.00 fjova ScoJIl Dom Bridge 15.50 Royal Domtor 1 3.00 Tcr-Dom Dom Textile 11.25 MIME Dom Stores 9.6JW Dome 7B.75 Acme Fam Play 70.25 Asb' Ford of Amer 7, Gt Cdn Oil 3.60 i Wllnea Gen Molors 7.1.00 Gl Lakes Paper 17.00 y SilkS-V? 'N! KVrlJ "rDami F'o'-l Tung, mperla Oil Casslar pai-nt Pipo MuBliHM S ndusl Accept 15.75 Cocheno.jr Doug A 5 UVi Die Son M l-onb AM Denlson Mines Loblaw A 5.iO Dppr Horn Melro Stores 25.00 D'Fldona Massey Perg lo.CO Dome Mine! McMillan Bloe 33. 12V? Donalda Mooj-o Corp Discovery Ml Molsons A 12.62V3 Easf Malarlic NEW YORF Supplied by Richardson, Am-r T and T Scar' Anaconda 5ld Oil o' N J Sleel 21.50 Texas Gull :hrysler 27.00 Texas Co. Tomsjit iS.75 Wool worth Dupont 127.50 Weslino tied >en Molori 72.75 U.S. Steel ".S7M, TORONTO Grain Prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Stron price patterns, established a the open, were maintaine( through mid-session of the Win nipeg Grain Exchange today with Vancouver rapeseed lead ing the way. The volume of trade was moderate with rapeseed and flax having fairly good export er buying. Rapeseed was three to five cents higher and flax postei fractional gains despite heavy hedge offerings. Oats and barley were stead; on moderately good domestic chipper trade willi fractional gains In barley due to exporter buying. Rye fractional gains on inter-month spreading. Tuesday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices Flax: Nov. Va higher Dec. Va higher 2.40V4B, May Vt higher 2.51A, July unchanged Rapeseed Vancouver: 4 higher 2.09, Jan. 414 Uglier March 4 higher 2 66B, May 3 higher 2.59A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec. higher April 3 higher Oats: Dec. unchanged 87, May higher July not open. Barley: Dec. Vt higher 1.28A, May higher July unchanged Rye: Dec. higher May 14 lu'gher July not open. Prices Tuesday for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 nor 1.80; 2 1.78; 3 4 1 Durum 1.81 Is; 2 1.7BH; 3 1.6914; 4 1.6514; IGA prices: 1 nor 1.80; 2 1.78; 3 4 1 Durum 1.81 2 3 1.6914; 4 1.6514. Higli Low Close Flax Nov 24516 24334 2J4 Dec 240% 240 May 251% 250% 250% Jly 251Ya Rapcscccl Vancouver Nov 285 279'A 285 Jan 272% 276 Mar 2GO'A 262 May 250% 253 250 Ilapcsccd Thunder Bay Dec 24814 247% 24711 Apr 255% Oats Dec 87 66% 87 May 84 8114 Jly' 86 Barley Dec 127% 12714 127% May 126% 126% Oil To Drill New Well Barons Oil Liirited, the only independent o i 1 exploration company based in Lethbridge, has announced it plans to drill a well five miles northeast of Taber in the near future. The well is to be drilled on a 50-5o basis with Ashland Oil Canada Limited. Howard Oliver, company secretary treasurer, said drilling will start within the next two weeks, possibly even this week. It is to go down in Lsd. 4-27-10-16 W4, about half a mile from where Barons contacted an eight-foot thick oil sand in o previous test. Barons owns varying interests in more than acres of oil leases in the Sulphite -Vocess Makes Strojiger Pulp HAWKESBURY, Ont. (CP) new sulphite pulping process hicb produces pulp of superior rength has been developed by n? Research Ltd., a subsidiary f Canadian International Pa-er Co. G. D. Huglison, presi d e n t o D? Research, said today the uperior pulp is produced from ood or wood residue. He :ressed, however, that the new kal i n e sulphite process has ot yet been proven commer-ally. It still has to undergo exhaus-ve trials at the company's lulping pilot plant at Gatineau, ue., before being considered ir application in a mill, Mr. ughson added. The pulping process was de-cribed as virtually odor-free nd could be applied either to oltwood or hardwood pulping, 'alejits have been granted in Canada and are pending in a umber of other Permits CRANBROOK (Special) --ity building inspector John Davis issued 24 building permits in October to a total estimated value of 400. It brought the 10-month total o 221 permis- which exceeds by one permi the total for any other complete previous year. It also brought the 1970 esli-maled value for new construc-ion to an all-time peak of compared to the pre-lous peak year, of which included mil-ion for the new hospital. Top permit in October was he S700.000 Cran-West apartment-housing complex on 20th Ave. extension, which also rep-esented 74 housing unit starts 'his in turn established a new ity housing unit start peak al 247 units compared with 196f otal, and previous record oi 200 starts, and to October of ast year 111 To Manage Rail System LUSAKA (Renter) _ An agreement under which Canadian National Railways is to manage Zambia's trouble-prone railway system will last five years, a transport ministry spokesman said Tuesday. The spokesman said the agreement followed discussions jetween the Zambian and Canadian governments through Canada's International Develop-ment Agency. Under the agreement, CNR will recommend a candidate for ,he appointment as general manager of Zambia railways and other Canadians will hold management posts. They will be responsible for training Zambian personnel and reorganizing the structure ol Zambia railways sn thst it can be ope ated efficiently, the spokesman HONG KONG (AP) Ice cream delivery man Lee Pak-Wor, 33 had a cold half hour when the door of his refrigerated van swung shut and locked him inside. Passersby heard him pounding on the side and called police. When the door was opened, Lee, slightly blue in the face, had to convince police as he thawed out that he was not a 4 1 By THE CANADIAN PRESS MaciMillan Bloedel Ltd., coin-on 25 cents, Dec. 15, record ov. 14. Ltd., corn-on 25 cenls, Dec. 15, record ov. 13. Chryshcr Corp. Ltd., corn-on 15 cenls U.S., Dec. 10, rcc-ri Nov. 9. General Motors Con'. Ltd.. 35 nts. Dec. 10 record Nov. 12. .janrcnlidr. FinnnciBl Corp. d., 51.25 pfd. 3H4 cents; 51.40 d. 35 cents; ?2.00 pfd. ents; all Dec. 31, record Dec. 10. Placer Development Ltd.. 30 enls, Dec. 11, record Nov. 20. Phillips Cables Ltd., common 0 cenls plus an extra foments, Jan 1, record Dec. Prices EDMONTON (CP) Hog prices to 11 a.m. reported today by Ihe Alberta HOE; Pro-ducw, Marketing Board: Edmonton Quoted 22 to 22.35, selling 22, average Tiles-o'av 22.35. Red Deer: Quoted 22.25, average Tuesday 22.30. Jly 127% nyc Dec 103'a 10314 10314 May lllli lim 111% Jly Ward 25.00 20 Golds erf 1.03 R. ETA SH SH Quoted 23.30, sell-ng 22.25, average Tuesday 22.51. Lcthhriclge: No sales, aver-ago. Tuesday 22.44. Lloydminster: No sales, average Tuesday 21.S5. Sow prices 12.79. Hops sold 11 a.m. 66C. Hogs sold Tues-ay Provincial overage 12.X. REWARDS Ue- wards totalling at least 100 hare liceu jointly filtered fgPliinF ly Ihc federal and provincial CoK-rumcnts for information IJEF f3fc eadiug to tlic apprehension crs of former Labor Minister s x jPII Pierre Lnportc and (lie kill- JrMJ tappers of J a in c s (Jasper) SWML Commissioner, Howards arc ihove five persons all In rnniirclinn with (lie kid- imouills r.l Ihc rewards (o t, ice will deter mi no the ie made in each case. i v MOBILE HOME BUYERS! Here are TWO Important Fads 1. Brand new 1 2-fool wide, 2-bcdroom mobile horns J fully furniihecJ wilh fridge, slovo, furnace, thcslerfield and chair, dining suile, beds, lamps, tCQQT drapci, clc. ONLY, COMPLETE ___ 2, We hewn the only mobile homci in Cannrla approved by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation so be luro lo tee Iheie you buyl "TRAILER CITY" UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. (TRAILER DIVISION) Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd SI. S. Phone Potato Prices WINNIPEG Mari-limes live beet f res "as inactive Tuef'hy 'vith offers, but no contrac'.s. There were no contracts Monday. Open High Low Close Nov. 2.22A Mar. 2.57V Apr. May Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Win-lipcg live beef futures market vas moderately active Tuesday vitli contracts signed at pre-ious close levels. There were ive conlracls Monday. Open High law Close 'ov. 23.60 29.60B an. 30.00 30.00B lar. SIGNED ACT The British North America ct was passed by Ihc Imperial f a r 1 i a m c n t and signed by j uccn Victoria in 1867.