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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stock prices up in early trading TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market con- tinued to post fractional gains in light mid-morning trading to- day. The industrial index, consid- ered a major indicator of mar- ket trend, was up .35 to 210.86, golds .43 to 198.55, base metals .15 to 89.86 and western oils .28 to 259.86. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares compared with 000 traded by the same lime Friday. Among sectors o( the market contributing to the increase were bank, communication, oil refining and real estate stocks while beverage, pipeline, food processing and steel issues were off moderately. Declines held a fair margin over advances, 114 to DO, while 1BG issues remained unchanged. IMPERIAL CLIMH5 Imperial Oil rose to Nabors Drilling W to Mercantile Bank to Traders Group A '.z to and Royal Bank Vz to Falconbridge Nickel was off 1 to S5S, Crush International 14 to Steinberg's A to to and Ahed Music Corp. to Placer advanced to Black Hawk 6 cents to Sl.ll and Woodsreel 4 cents to Giant Mascot slipped 10 cents to and Agnico-Eagle 5 cents to Canadian Homestead was up Vi to and Merland Explnr- ation 8 cents to 78 cents, ttanger dropped Vi to ami Pan Ocean to S16Ta, on the Montreal stock market :oday. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 400 shares, compared with 300 at the same time Friday. Banks rose 2.GO to 263.45, in- dustrials 1.1G to 233.52, the com- posite 1.10 to 222.77, utilities .14 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uohcriy, McCuaifi Limited) LAST HID OK SALIi iioo a.m. EquHy a.m. Quotes} WESTERN OILS _ .mlnex Alfa East Gai Asamera Ashland BP OJ1 GBI Can South Cdn Gas Cdn Homest Cdn Ind Ga 7.9S Oil MONTREAL (CP} All sec- tors advanced in tight trading to 157.27 and papers .05 to 90.97. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Thomson News rose 1 to S38, Imperial Oil to and Canadian Arena to while Falconbridge Nickel dropped 1V4 to and MICC Investments to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, Acroll Ltd., gained three cents to 73 cents on shares traded. NEW YORK (AP) Nudged by strong hopes for a posiblo Vietnam peace settlement, stock market prices spurted up- ward today. The noon Dow Joues average' of 30 industrial stocks was ahead 7.45 to 956.20. Advances outpaced declines by more than 2 to 1, in moderate trading. At noon, the NewYork Stock Exchange index was up to 60.53. Amon g Canadian stocks, Mclntyre Porcupine was up lo Massey Ferguson put on to and Alcan was up Va at Losers included Dis- tillers Seagrams, off to and Hudson Bay Mining down 14 at On the American exchange, lirascan aded ]4 to and Canadian Javelin lost to Cdn Long fharltr Chlelran Djine Gt Plains Gt Cdn Oil Lochlel Nor Hi Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn P-re Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place Gai Ponder Rantjer Scurry Rain Spooner Seibeni Total Uhlcr W. Dccalfa West Pete MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aquitaine Orinco 5.B7V Cdn A 78.75 Cdn Brew B Cdn Pacilic I Crowsnest 1n( Cyqnus B Cygnus A Falcon Coppe Gemlar Home A Home B HutJ Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Flay Ptd Hugh Resell 6.20 Husky Oil B.OO Husky Oil B 43.CM 13 S9 Husky Oil War 4.55 Inter Prov 13.00 6.7b Inter Prov 51 eel 13.62V] Kaiser Res Lohlav; MGF 4. CO Pacific V? Rainier 7.12Va Sandwcll 3-60 4.00 Teledyne West Cdn 6 to 41.62Vi Whllo Yukon Westlield 9.15 Weilon Pfd 6500 I 59 CALGABY S.H) Acroll .75 11.00 NcrJti Cent West Warner .34 PIPE LINE STOCKS Ir.vesl Gr F Invest Mutual Mulual Ac Gr F 10.35 11.75 53.55 .56 3-5.75 U.SO 15.75 21-CO Alfa Gas A AHa Gas Pr-f Alta Nat Gas Inland Nal Gas II and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Gaz Metro Gar Melro A 70.75 Trans Cda Trans Cda B 40.25 Tfans Cda A 66 IS Cria War U.2S Principal Gr Royfund Temp Gr United Ac Universal Sav Vanguard VANCOUVER MINES Afton Alias Explor Bath Norse Srenda i Churchill CoppE-r Croydcn Dankoe Dolly Varden i Equitorial Fort Rellan Giant fAas i Groisle Unemployment 5E5 4.75 775 K73 MUTUAL FUNDS All Ctfn Com All Cdn Diwld 35-00 A1! cdn vent ZJ.12W Arrv Gr F "-CO AGF Special 8.0Q cdn Inveil F B.OO cot Mutual 12.00 cmnw Inltr 1 Cmnw Lev Cmnw Vent Corp Invest st 75 17.75 45.00 J2.75 ____ INDUSTRIAL 8.30 9.C7 BlocK Bros 3-00 9.03 9.97 B.C. Sugar 21.35 413 4 il B.C. Sugar Pfd 14Ji 6-30 6.9? Capt Inler 3.60 Columbia Bre-'w 3 JO 5-22 5.72 Crcslbrrok F Ind 3.10 6-8S 7.S3 3-25 J6.18 Key Indus! .55 4.03 Poeiflc Air 34-53 E 07 B 87 Stampede Intl Res .65 6.19 A.74 OILS 5.25 5.71 Albany O-l .90 Pel? .30 UNEMPLOYED DECREASES The number of jobless declined to on estimated at mid-September, 5.2 per cent of the 8.84 million labor force. This was a drop of from the August per cent of the labor force. Govt. Tutidoy, Oflober 10, 197J THE lETHSSIDGE HEPJUD 21 Dental insurance for employees By IIIVIN'G C. WHYNOT lars and cents per employee, an Canadian Press Business Kdi- hour and per cent of payroll: lor Three major labor contracts negotiated so far this year have had something new for employ- ees......a dental insurance plan. This is another in Ihc long list of so-called fringe benefits being written into labor con- tract, and the list appears to be grovring each year. The lota! cosl of these Vacalion pay SAW 23.30 5.49 Welfare 406 23.82 5.42 Pension 422 21.05 4.93 Rest periods 339 16.95 4.20 Statutory1 holidays WAGES A1J5O INCREASE The survey shows an increase in benefit costs of about 24 per cent from 1969 to 1972, a period when wages and salaries also were rising quickly. It also shows that some his- fits has almost doubled in 20 fringe benefits are los- removes retirement Toronto mines, industrials Canada cashes in on crop failure (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) MINES Advocate Alb, Akaltcho Broulan Be'hlehem Bri wick OTTAWA (CP) Canada was one of the first countries to cash in on the Soviet crop fail- ure this year, selling 185 mil- lion bushels of mil- lion a deal that began in February and was completed in July. In February, Russia agreed! to buy only 130 million bushels of the total keeping an option on the remaining 55 million. It snapped up that option in July, sooner than it has under sim- ilar agreements with Canada in the past. In 1969, for Instance, Rusia let a three-year agreement signed in 1956 for 336 million bushels of wheat run out with 130 million bushels still un- shipped. Contracts on the remainder weren't completed until 1971 when Russia also bought an ad- ditional 81.5 million bushels. The first big grain shipments to the Soviet Union were made in 196-3, also a drought year in that country. Then, it bought 227.5 million million a one-year deal. Lsst July, when Russia look out the wheat sale option, it also bought about nine million bushels of speculation crop failure. barley, prompting about the Soviet Cdn. Land Canada Tung. Cas-siar Central Pat. Chfmo Cons. Rambler Cain Lafce Cochenour Cralgmont Dkfeenscn Mines Denlson Mines Deer Hern D'Eldona Dams Mines Dona I da Discovery Mines EasT Malarlic Sullivan Fakontridga Probex Hirst Maritimtl Giant Y.VC. Davis Grcnduc Headway R.L. Holllnger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Kcrr Adrfison Iron Bay Joliet Key Anacon Labrador LaXe Shcr? Langis Silver Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. Martin McNcely Maclntyra Mldrlm Nu West Homes New Athorva New Calumet Noranda a.rr Osisko Pine Polnl Placer P.C. Fxp. Quebec Man Rayrock 17.37'A Radlore 3.65 Rio AlGO.m 1.45 .56 7-10 Ouolas) 111 "DO B.m- Quoits I .2l'i Catle 13-75 J9-5Q Ford of Am 63.75 41.75 Grt Cdn Oil 9.25 3.00 Gen Motors 74.CO JO Grt Lakes Pp 16-00 1.05 Gctl Oil Cda .34 Greyhound 21-00 3003 Hawker Sid 3.ED _____ 6.60 Hur 8, Erie 33.25 Gordon Hiram Walker Silver Miller -01 Imp Oil Steep Rock 1.68 Imasca 2i.75 TeV. Cf "p. 4.85 Int Nickel Texmc-l Ir.t Pipe Upper Canada 3.CO Inv Grp A IO.CO W'A W-stern Mines 2.91 Int Ulil 21-W Wright Hargreaves 1.00 Ind Accept Willroy 1.16 Kaps 11.00 Windfall -09Vj LaurentI6-> YellowXnTfB Bear 3.E5 Kelly DOUQ A 7.87Vj 7enmac .10 Lceb 3-55 Lo'olaw A Met Slores 20.00 1-41 .93 A. 75 7.45 29.JO OTTAWA (CP) A provision which permitted deputy depart- m ent head s to retire federal public servants between the ages of 60 and 64 has been re- moved from government regu- INDUSTRIALS ma Steel AblJibi Alcen .M 2.10 7.70 Atlc-rlk Sugar 53.00 trtf -33Vi Bell Tel -52 brazil Trac 7.03 B.C. Burns B.C, Forest 5 f0 B C. Sugar 40.50 Bow Val Ind 11.25 CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cell Calgary Pov-'ei Coron Cfetfit .20Vi Gas Cdn Ind 2.95 Cdn Marconi .05 Cdn Vickcrs Chrysler .80 C.P.R. .12V] Com in co 47.00 Cons Bath Cons Gas ,l3Vj Dlst Seagren Dam Bridge .12 Domtar ,21 Dom Texlilo Dom Stores 530 Donae Pete .22 9.CO 2J.6JV2 13.75 12-50 5.E7VJ X2.25 20.27'y'a 56.2i Bic fAcMi Moore Corp Me I sons B Nwth Cent Corp Copper dispute Hares 3.5-1 10.25 1.62 3.W Pfd 16.42V? 500 16.25 42.1H'a 7J.7S Simp Sears Steel of Cda Selkirk A Traders Grp A Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mlg VJestecl Unlcn Car Vision's B A West Cdn Seed Zenith Eilec RANKS Cdn tmo Nova Scotia 4S.12V'j 29.00 12.75 17.75 2K25 23.00 53.50 ? J9.50 15.50 24.75 53.75 19.PO 23.25 44.50 13.12 Va 4B.OO 5.75 21.50 16.50 32. CO 6.75 3.10 27.50 20.37 33.62VJ 3J-C-0 chess prize for Calgarian EDMONTON (CIO K. G. Kucz of Calgary took first prize of in the Alberta open chess tournament liere. He finished Sla points out of a possililc sis. Tied for .second 5-1 rec- ords were Dirk Ball and Peter Peto, both of Kdmonton. Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m. totalled 545 bead, mcslty slaughter steers. Trade wns strong and active. Slaughter steers met a good demand at strong prices with sales to 34.70. No heifers in early trade; cows were scarce and steady; bulls were sleady. Choice slaughter steers 31.75 lo 33.50, good 30.50 to 31.75, medium 29.50 to S0.50. Good cows 25.50 to 26.60, medium 23.50 to 25.25, canners and cut- ters 19 to 23.25. Good bulls 27 to 28.10. Replacement cattle were in short supply with most of the offering heavy feeder steers in the 900 to pound range ai steady prices. heavy feeder steers pounds, 32 to Good 900 to cows 22 to 27.50. Few common to medium stock steer calves 42 to 47.75. A few common to medium heifer calves 35 to 39.75. Hogs base price M.lll. Madeod Livestock Anaconda Beth Sicel Chrysler Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Copper Neiv York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) T Scari 17.75 Std Oil of Texas Gulf 30.25 Texai Co 5375 103.75 NJ. E3.67V; 1U.62V] 7.CO Golds 10 Base 65.S3 oft .13 15 W Oils 259.73 up .20 Ccrp ise.w 73.12V3 V.'esMngtiGuse 23.50 U-S. Steel Gen Tel Elec 2A.75 TORONTO AVERAGES Indust 710.5S ijp YORK AVERAGES 35 25 30 55S.20 up 7. Elec J3.75 20 Rails 21B.90 up 3.13 15 utilities lll.EO off .33 65 Stocks 310.44 up 7.02 Volume SANTIAGO (Eeuler) Tens of thousands of Chileans flocked to Acity Centre square here Monday night to support Marxist President Savatior Al- Iend3 in his dispute with the U.S.-owned Kennecott Copper Co. In a move unprecedented since AHende took office at the head of his Popular Unity coali- tion nearly two years ago, a leading member of the opposi- tion Christian Democratic party joined him on a public platform to support his policies. Kennecolt, seeking com- pensation for its El Tenienta copper mine, nationalized in July, 1971, with the unanimous approval of Uie opposition dominated Congress, has won a Frencli court order freezing million intended as pay ment for tons of copper currently on the way to a French customer aboard a Lib- erian freighter. The Allendo government has promised to fight Kennecolt i the French courts, and Mondaj night Christian Democrat labo leader Ernesto Vogel, vice president of the Central Work ers Union, joined him to pledg support for "defence of our na tional interests." lotions, Treasury Board Presi- dent C. M. Drury says. The Federal Court o! Canada had declared the regulation be- yond the powers of the federal cahinel in a hearing lasl Febru- ary. An appeal by Ihe govern- ment last month was de- nied by the court. "The government has decided not lo make a further appeal lo the Supreme Court of Canada and will amend the regu- a news release said. Deputy heads had been ad- vised last year, when Ihe ques- tion was first brought to tiie urt by a customs employee, )hn Robertson of Kingston, nt., to withhold action under e provision. Mr. Robertson had been (old age 01 that he was being under the regulations. ATA NOT AVAILABLE The regulation came mlo years to the point where Cana- dian employers now pay out nearly or.e-third p! their payroll to cover these fringe benefits. A study by the Thome Group Ltd Toronto management con- sultants, shows the Canadian average at 29.0-1 per cent of payroll lo cover such benefits-- or an average of an em- ployee. That is an increase of 76 in two years. Putting it another way, em- ployers paid an average oi more than an hour for benefits, up from 99 cents 1969. ing in popularily, including free meals, savings plans, company discounts, parking privileges, profit sharing, allowances and transportation Christmas gifts. Employment rate drops Thcso figures parallel those I; WASHINGTON (Reulcr) The United Stales employment rate declined slightly in Scp- in the United States where em- ployer benefit costs in 1971 were 30.8 per cent of payroll, an average of per em- single ployee or SI.22 an hour. Vacation pay is the McGovern outlines Vietnam war plans DETROIT (AP) Senator George McGovern outlines his stcp-hy-step plan lo end Ihc Vietnam war tonight after say- ing that rumors of an impend- ing peace settlement arc "just election-eve talk" fostered by the Nixon administration. McGovern said in advance of his .s p e e c h, which aides con- sider one of the most crucial of his uplnlj presidential cam- paign, lhat the war remains FORT MACMOOD There "the clearest and sharpest of rumors that are now floafing around from London to Saigon lo Washington do not signal an end lo Ihe war and if, which God forbid, Mr. Nixon and Mr. Agnew are re-elected on Nov. 7, I believe that means, not peace, but four more years of senseless war and killing and destruction." McGovern blasted President Nixon's pledge to develop new weapons in areas not covered hv Ihe recent strategic arms POOL NOW mi CAW PLAYBILUARDS ONWELAWNOREVEN INSIDE on A Rueoa CARPET! A NEW SAME COMES WITH BALLS, CUE STICKS AND RAILS WHICH CAN BE SET UPTO FORM A 'POOL TABLE" WITH OPEN1NSS FOR POCKETS TO I.CT THE BALLS Wif CUf STICKS, tVtfff ATixcaeo CUf'BAUS. fORM MAUfrS wore cattle and calves sold last week at Fort Mac- leod Auction' Market wilh an equal split of cattle and calves and feeders and calves. There was pressure on fed steers and heifers, especially on overfat kinds. sold stronger with bulls steady. Trade was steady on all good classes of stockers, feed- ers and calves. Choice slccrs :I2.50 lo ,13.20; choice heifers 30.50 to 31.20; good cows 25.70 to 27.30; heif- ery kinds 28.00. Medium cows 21.00 lo 25.50; canners and cutters 19.50 to good hulls 20.00 (o 20.40; medium and ovcrfal 25.20 to 20.25. liood fecrtcr steers (925 to HO pounds) to 3fi.GO; (BOO i to 900 pounds) 38.00 to 39.30; 'dm to BOO pounds) 38 40 to Hfedium steers 35.50 to 37.00; good feeder heifers (650 lo 750 pounds) 34.70 to 35.90; medium 33.50 lo 3-1.25. Good steer calves (300 lo 480 48.00 lo 51.50; medium calws 46.00 lo 47.50; good heif- er calves (350 to 425 pounds) 30.00 lo 42.00. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Oilseed moved to stronger positions a mid-session of Ihe V.'innioc Grain Exchange today afte opening below previous clos levels. Vancouver rapeseed was u more than four cents and Thui der Bay rapeseed was as muc as three cents stronger on wh appeared to be primarily com mission house, trado. Flax prices were fractionally to one cent stronger, oats and barley were steady on domes- tic shipper buying and rye was steady. Volume of trade Friday In- cluded bushels of flax, of rye and of i rapeseed. rcc in 1954. Complete data on of the provision is not vailable, but a recent survey idicaled at leasl 78 public ser- ants have been retired under le regulation, most since 1969. With removal of the provi- on, regulations for com- ulsory retirement at age 65 nd powers for extension mployment beyond 65 will rc- ,ein. An agreement had been madi jetween. the parties that if thi cgulation was declared ultra ires by the court, the person oncerned would be reinstate! as an employee and paid ful alary from date of ess pensions or benefits pah and income he may hav earned from other work in th meantime. The government will ex ten he same settlement to other who were retired under the pro vision since 1954. Government officials sai :hey had no idea of the cost o adjustments until full data is available. ember to 5.5 per cent from 5.0 >cr cent in August, the labor departmenl reported today. Earlier in the year, the rate lovered around six per cent. The total number of persons iost costly benefit to employ- rs, closely followed by wel- re, which includes hospital, ledical and sick benefit plans. "Welfare plans seem lo be vertaking vacalion pay as Ihe ingle most expensive benefit or (he study says. Vacation pay alone averaged an employee, up from 5377 n 19G9. Welfare plans averaged up from The Thome study covered 106 ompanies mill employ- es and is Ihe ninlh of a series onducted every Iwo years. Of the five majoi groups, Ihis was the employed is The administration had pledged to bring the rate to 5.0 per cent by the end of Ihc year. The labor department said the number of unemployed per- sons was in Septem- ber, down from August. The department said tliis de- cline was normal for Ihis pe- riod of the year, reflecting Wardair plane sets record teen-agers and college students who leave summer jobs and re- turn to school. The unemployment rate for adult men in September was 3.8 ior benefit ccnt> down from 3'9 per cost in do the Prcvious montl1' cost in ao] ih.le thc TOmen declined slightly lo 5.4 per cent from 5.5 per cent. Teen-agers continued to havo the highest rate, 16.5 per cent, but this also de- clined from 1G.9 per cent in Au- gust. EDMONTON Ward- air Lid. aircraft established world distance record by carry- ing a load of pineapple from Hawaii lo an orphanage EriglancV A company spokesman said. the Boeing 707 set the record for the longest non-stop flight by a domestic or charter air- line by flying from Honolulu to Gatwich Airport in England, a dislance of miles. The previous record, miles, was sel earlier this year by a British aircrafl on a flight from Seattle to Baghdad. The pineapples are for the Yarborough cliildren's orphan- age at Sussex. Wardair is an Edmonton- based charter airline. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS A VCD Corp. pfd. 80 cents U.S. Nov. 20, record Oct. 27. General Ltd., 3'i cenU, Oct. 31, record Oct. 15. Gulf Oil Canada 15 cents, Jan. 1, record Dec. 1. MAYOR WORKS HANNOVER, Germany (AT) Workers Volkswagen in Ihe Hannover plant discovered hat a welder on the assembly line was Lord Mayor Herbert Schalslieg. Thc 20-year-old city leader said he felt way to learn about conditions In a plant was to work there. NOW AVAILABLE Fireplace all Ihe issues between Richard Nixon and George McGovern on Nov. 7." Estimated cost of the pro- gram to the McCiOvem cam- paign is between and McGovern predicted in a speech Monday night lo a plate dinner that anyone who i watches the telecast "will vote for the Democratic candidate for president on Nov. 7." Alllwugh Ihe specifics of McGovern's speech are being kept secret until just before air time, the Democratic nominee has indicaled some of the points lie will make. SAVS END UNMKKI.V He continued to dismiss Iho likelihood of an early Vietnam settlement lalking with rcport- limitation.'; agreement wilh (he Soviet Union as "madness." "The Soviets will match the U.S. dollar for dollar and mis- sile for McGovern said. engine being tested Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct. higher 3.69 Nov. Vt higher Dec. 1 higher 3.28ii May Vi higher 3.35. Ropesecd Vancouver: Nov. Ki higher Jan. high- er 2.80 March higher 2.76'i June 2 higher 2.72. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 1 u higher Nov. high- er Dec. I higher 2.53 May higher 2.62U. Oals: Oct. higher SKs ,Dec. higher S4'.l May un- UES MOKES. Iowa i changed M'.i July not open. An experimental General Mo- lors riiesel engine, wilh 75 per cent fewer moving parts than a conventional diesel. is being tested by Kuan Transport Co. here. GM officials say emissions Barley: Oct. not open Dec. lower 1.23'i Long lasting, economical, heat and comfort for that sum- mer cottage, fishing retreat or the home fireplace. Deep seam mined in the Drumheller Valley Low ash and sulphur content. Sized for convenient use in fireplace, heater or stove. Specially treated to control dust and deterioration. Packed in 40 Ib. heavy weight cello bags (many practical uses for empty bags) II II OR USE YOUR CRESTLINE BUDGET ACCOUNT ers during an' appearance at I from th.c trllck' in llse sircc New York's Columbus Day pa- rade. "I hope they're he told a reporter who asked Ihe candi- date about the peace rumors. "But frankly I'm afraid it's j st election-eve lalk." "And, much as I regret to say it." McGovern said at tho Monday dinner, "it is my own belief that these election-eve June, ave low enough to pass Ihc stringent 1975 California air pollution standards, considered the toughest in the United Slates. The engine is quieter and weighs less than a comparable 325 horsepower engine, al- though it costs more, said Bob Hicklin, president of Hicklin GM Diesel Inc. of DCS Moincs. higher 1.27 July not open. Rye: Oct. -Vi lower l.JO'.i Dec. 1 jower May un- changed 1.20'-s; July not open. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds down 5-32 at 7-32. Pound slcrling down 11-16 at ?2.37 S-1G. NEW YORK (CP1 Cana- dian dollar up at 51-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 7-M at 29-32. BUILDERS MARKET LTD. "LETHfiRIDGE'S INDEPENDENT BUILDING SUPPJ.Y HEADQUARTERS" 123 30th St. N. Phonef I Also Availoblo ct thc Following Dealers Hoyt's Downtown Woolco Canada Safeway Revelstoke Companies Ltd. S. A. Co-Op ;