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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 23 Engine coolants warning issued OTTAWA (CP) Some au- tomobile engine coolants cur- rently being marketed can damage the engines of newer models, the consumer affairs department said Thursday. Cooling systems in recently- produced cars are designed Wages up for farm worker OTTAWA (CP) The aver- age farm worker was paid 270 between Aug. and the same date this year, less than the average an- nual wage paid to employees in other- jobs. Statistics Canada reported Thursday that average wages paid to male farm hands had risen to a year from 345 in 1972-73. Less payments for board, the average wage was up from the year before. Wages were higher in West- Canada than in Eastern Canada. In the West, average wages amounted to 580 compared with in the eastern part of the country. Breweries worry about barley crop TORONTO (CP) The lower yield and quality of the 1974 Cana- dian grain crop are causing concern to some malting and brew- ing companies. "We understand that only 10 per cent of the total (domestic) barley crop is suitable for said H. F. Graesser, president of Canada Malting Co. Ltd. of Toronto. The company is Canada's largest producer of malt and processes about 25 million bushels of malting barley an- nually. .Mr. Graesser said the percentage of' the 1974 barley crop considered suitable for processing into malt is well below that of previous years. "It is the worst year In our memory for he said. Cecil Edwards, presi- dent of Dominion Malting Ltd of Win- nipeg, said the lower quality "may create some difficulties for domestic brewers." He said the quality of beer would not be affected, but that brewers would likely ob- tain "a lesser yield from their malt supplies." for use of coolants consisting essentially of ethylene glycol and water, a department statement said. But because of a worldwide shortage of ethylene, products consisting of mixtures of alco- hols and glycols as well as roleum distillates and solutions of calcium chloride were being marketed. Depending on engine design, temperature and other oper- ating factors, some of the alcohol products may boil with consequent overheating and damage to the engine, the department said. Petroleum distillate products might adversely affect some radiator hoses and present a fire hazard if they leak. Water solutions consisting only of calcium chloride might corrode aluminum engine blocks and damage car radiators. The release said the depart- ment is investigating products which may present iire hazards and unnecessary safe- ty risks discovered will be tackled' under the Hazardous products Act. Meanwhile, automobile owners are urged to check their car manuals for infor- mation on recommended engine coolants and to read carefully the labels of'engine coolant products .before buying. N IN MEMORIAMS MAGY In loving memory of a dear mother Agnes Magy, who passed away Oct. While you dear mother rest and sleep. Your loving memory I'll always keep. remembered by daughter. Helen. 4359 TEDESCO In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, Domenico, who passed away Oct. remembered and sadly missed by Mack and Ethel, Alfred and Judy and families. 4329 SZABO In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather Joe Szabo, who passed away October Time goes, on but memories stay, As near and dear as yester- day. A day to remember, sad to recall, Without farewell he left us all. remembered by his wife, daughter, son-in- law and grandchildren. 4328 SIMMONDS In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Lena June, who passed away October We lost a mother with a heart of gold, How much we miss her can never be told. She shared our troubles and helped us along, If we follow her footsteps we will never go wrong. remembered and sadly missed by Gayle, Mike, Vickie Lanz; Terry, George Lyster. 4340 PROPERTY Clad Concrete Block Excellent location between two major highways. Good revenue property with plenty of room for expansion. For further information call or write: SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. Pnono (403) 329-3331 The Herald- Business Gold stocks dip Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal MIDLAND. DOHFRT" LUOtED. WESTERN OILS AND MINES Afton Mines 3.15 Albany Oil .27 Alta East Gas 4.75 Alminex 4.90 Asamera 7.75 Ashland Oil 6.00 BP Canada 10.75 Brenda Mines 4.05 Cda Southern 2.54 Cdn Export 2.25 Cdn Homestead 3.20 Cdn Ind Gas 5.25 Cdn Long Island .15 Cdn Superior 33.00 Chienan Dev 5.00 Dome Pete 20.00 Dynasty 7.00 Nu Ft Reliance .13V4 Giant Mascot .70 Gibraltar Mines 5.50 Qramste 11.75 Grt Cdn Oil 5.25 Lochfel Explor 1.20 Lytton Minerals 1.15 North Cdn Oil 3.55 Numac Oil 12.00 PanCdn Pete Pan Ocean 8.62V4 Petrol Paloma Place Gas .24 Ponder .49 Ranger Oil 14.75 Scurry Rain' 18.00 Seibens 6.62V4 Spooner .19 Tola! Pete 5.75 Ulster Pete .66 United Canso 7.50 West Pete 2.95 West Decalta 4.25 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Acres Ltd Aquitaine 16.00 BC Sugar C Ptd Block Bros 3.40 Canbra Foods 2.50 Cdn Pac A Pfd 27.25 Cdn Pac Inv 13.87V4 Carting A Pfd Carting B Pfd 19.50 Com Capital Corp 1.50 Crest Forest 3.00 Crowsnest Indus 14.25 Falcon Copper F M Trust 3.50 Genstar 14.50 Home Oil A 24.50 Home Oil B 20.75 Hud Bay Co 13.00 Hud Bay Oil 24.50 Hud Bay A Pfd 2700 Hugh RL-sseil C 55.50 Husky Oil 14.50 Husky Oil B Pfd 32.00 Husky Oil E War 4.30 Inter Pipe War 2.35 Inter S P 13.25 Kaiser Res 4.20 Kaiser Res War 1.85 Loblaw C Pfd 22.00 Magnasonics 1.75 Pac Pete Pac West Air PeBen Oilfield Royal Trust Sandwell Teledyne Traders Trimac Westtield Miner Weston A Pfd Whitepass Yukon PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pfd Alta Nat Gas Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Pfd Inland Nat Gas N C Gas N C Gas B Pfd Tr-Cda Pipe Tr-Cda A Pfd Tr-Cda Pipe B Pfd Tr-Cda Pipe War West Trans West Trans War CALGARY Acroll Barons Oil N. Continental Western Warner VANCOUVER MINES Bathurst Norsemmes Cima Resources Dankoe Davenport Lornex Northair Mines Primer Pyramid Silver Standard Valley Copper INDUSTRIALS Key Industries Wardair OILS August Petroleum Plains Pete Stampede Inn Res MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Compound All Cdn Dividend All Cdn Ventures Amer Growth Fund A.G.F. Special Cdn Invest Fund Eaton Commonwealth Eaton Leverage Eaton Int'l Venture Corp Investors Corp Invest Stock Fund Dreyfus Fund US. Grouped In Shares Growth Equity Invest Growth Fund Investors Mutual Mutual Accum Nat Resources N.W. Cdn N.W. -Growth Principal Growth Royfund Templeton Growth United Accum Universal Savings Vanguard 12.62V4 3.20 19.00 4.50 4.40 10.00 3.60 .55 45.50 11.37% 61.00 15.75 5.00 51.00 11.25 9.25 18.00 9.1214 50.25 28.00 .79 17.75 1.89 .31 .04 .01V4 .22V, .76 .41 2.05 .40 5.45 1.67 .04% .05 .90 5.00 .08 1.30 .17 .09 .55 4.82 4.98 2.20 3.55 181 3.84 11.06 2.50 4.34 4.98 369 7.99 2.47 5.09 9.44 4.62 5.02 3.46 4.15 3.42 3.16 4.99 6.18 3.56 6.59 3.82 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Advocate Asb. 1.20 Akartcho 1.90 Bralorne 1.08 Broulan .40 Bethlehem 9.75 Bows v 1.12 Brunswick 4.20 Can. NW Land 3.00 Canada Tung. 3.25 Cassiar 3.50 Central Pat .78 Chimo .93 Conwest 2.60 Cons Rambler 2.80 Lake .17 Cochenour 1.25 Craigrnont 3.75 Dickenson Mines Denison Mines O'Eldona .30 Dome Mines 52.50 Discovery Mines 1.40 East Malartic 4.70 East Sullivan 2.00 Falconbridge 31.50 Frobex .13V4 First MarWmes .40 "Giant Y.K, 13.75 Granduc 1.65 Hollinger A 23.50 Hudson Bay A Hydra Ex. Iron Bay 4.65 Iso 1.02 JoKet Quebec .17 Kerr Addison Key Anacon .20Vi Labrador 22.50 Lake Shore 4.80 Madsen RL .68 Malartic G.F. 1.35. Martin McNeely .28 Madntyre 27.00 Mfdrim .13 Intern Mogul 2.95 NuWest Homes 4.50 New Alhona .18 New Calumet .15% Noranda 31.75 Northgate 3.85 Nortex Pine Point 31.25 Placer Dev. 15.75 Pax Exp. .85 Quebec Man .16% Rayrock 1.05 Ratftore SO Rto Algom 2Z75 Roman Corp. 10.50 Shewn Gordon Steep 1.08 Sunrtngdafe 4.20 Tek Corp. A 2.85 Texmort .15% United Canso 7-25 Western Mines 237 WH Copper Mines 250 Wrtgm Hatgreaves 1.75 Wifeoy 1.70 YeMowtaffie Bear 220 INDUSTRIALS Abttto) 10.00 Atcan 2350 Algoma Steel 23.87% Atooind 11.00 Agra Ind Bell Tel Brascan A BCTel Bums BC Forest BC Sugar Bow Valley Ind Cable CAE Cal Power Canbra Foods Can Cellulose Carting O'Keefe Chemcell Coron Credit CWN Gas Pfd Cdn Ind Cdn Marconi Cdn VicKers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bathurst Cons Gas Dist Seagrams Dorh Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Dofasco Gten Mobile Grt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Grt Lakes Paper Gulf Oil Greyhound Hawker Sid Hiram Walker A Huron Erie Imperial Oil A Int Nickel Int Pipe InvGrpA IU Infl lACUd Kaps Kd Douglas A Laurentide Loeb Loblaw A Metropolitan Massey Ferg McMiti Bloed Moore Corp MoteonsA MoteonsB Nachurs North Cent Pevto Power Corp Price Co Rothmans Shell COA Stmp Sears Steel CanA Selkirk A TradGrpA Trans Mm Pipe Trans Can Pipe UrtonCwWde Union Gas Woodwards A BANKS SOCrtlfl Royal Tor Oom 4.70 11.37% 46.00 8.75 11.25 18.37V4 14.37V4 9.00 7.12% 18.25 2.50 4.30 2.30 4.45 1.50 8.00 17.12% 3.15 12.25 13.50 25.75 24.00 13.25 31.75 35.00 20.50 7.75 14.62% 19.50 24.62% 1.85 5.25 32.00 17.50 24.50 13.25 4.90 38.00' 21.50 25.87% 23.00 5.62% 9.75 17.00 5.25 2.30 4.50 7.25 -2.40 4.80 925 14.12% 21.75 38.67% 1550 1450 625 925 2.88 8.62% 1230 9.50 13.00 9.75 25.87% 1025 30SO 9.75 11.87% 9.12% 17.50 840 300 4.80 21 .50 1850 21.75 1300 3550 2850 3350 New York Amr T Anaconda Beth Steel Cnrysfler Comsat Ouponl General Motors Gtffl M Harvester Kenn Copper Saws Exxon Texas Gtiff Texas Co vVHOoTpn 45.50 Wootwtnth 1050 Bee 2675 USSted 3862H 101214 Gen T-K Bee 26 00 TORONTO AVERAGES 101.75 20 ImJuStrtste 163.42 down .15 32 75 20 Golds 448.72 down 1.88 183714 1O Base MeUtt 67.17 up .10 IS Western Otis up S6 31.62% Vcflume 15.25 WEW YORK AVERAGES 46.75 20 toduSKMte 63650 wp .24 6S.87Vi 20 Rafls 14535 down SJ 25.75 IS WfflSes 67.23 op .35 22.75 65 Stocks 20351 op .11 1055 VoDume 5590.OOO Toronto market prices up slightly TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market edged higher in light mid- morning trading today.. Golds were slightly lower following Thursday's record gain. The industrial index was up .19 to 1S3.76, base metals .27 to 67.34 and western oils .46 to 145.86. The gold index was down 2.55 to 448.05. The index rose 60.4 points Thursday in Market trends MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mixed in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today. Banks feU 2.68 to 221.63, papers 42 to 100.97 and the composite .13 to 166.41. Utilities rose .40 to 119.64 and in- dustrials .05 to 171.31. City and District Savings Bank rose fe to Algooa Stcc! to Interprovinvial Pipe Line Vt to Pan Ocean Oil to and Abitibi Paper Vt to Consolidated-Batburst fell Vt to Aquitaine Vi to Vridge Concrete Products pleased to an- nounce the appointment of O. (Doug) O. Iradeweil as sales manager of the company. Mr. Tradewell lias been associated with the sale and promotion concrete and concrete products throughout Al- >erta during the past twelve years. THE FINEST RETIREMENT Mil RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY response to a rise in the bullion price on overseas markets. Occidental Pete rose Vt to Distillers Corp. >A to 132, Noranda A to IU International to and Texasgulf V4 to Aquitaine lost to Royal Trust to Toronto Dominion Bank Vz to Canadian Imperial Bank to S22V4. Among golds, Dome Mines fell 1V4 to Camflo to Agnico-Eagle to and Dickenson to Bethlehem A was up Vt to United Keno W> to United Canso Oil Vt to and Amalgamated Bonanza 10 cents to Bramalea Consolidated Developments resumed trading at 11 a.m., and shares were traded at The last trade before it was halted Wednesday was Chicago markets CHICAGO (AP) Farm commodity futures slipped generally on midwesterr exchanges Thursday, but some eastern commodities closed higher. Soybeans and soybean oil futures were down the limits allowed for one session on the Chicago Board of Trade for the second straight day Soybeans feli 20 cents a bushel and soy oil 100 points. Soybean meal eased about a ton, but recovered near the close. Corn futures were down six cents and oats 3 cents, while wheat futures were up as much as six cents. Iced broilers were mixed, closing about half a cent a pound lower to a cent higher. All live-cattle futures contracts fell to limits on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, a decline of a hundredweight. Live hogs tumbled a hundredweight after posting limit declines of Pork bellies lost 125 points, but shell eggs closed HO points lower to six points higher. The price of gold touched a five- month high in Europe and silver futures took off in the United States, advancing the limit of 20 cents an ounce Copper futures rose 100 points, while world sugar gained 50 to 100 points and orange juice gained some 50 points Cotton and cocoa futures declined. At the close on the CBOT, soybeans were HVi to 20 cents a bushel lower, November 8.10; Chicago wheat was un- changed to six higher, December 5.27, Gulf wheat was not traded; corn was four to six lower, December 3 72Vi; and oats to three lower, December Friday. Nov. 1st at p.m. KILLAM AUCTION MARKET KILLAM, ALBERTA MAINE ANJOU DAY Top Quality Selected Cattle 144 Lots Selected to Sell 1-% Blood Bred Heifers 8-% Blood Open Heifers 2-% Blood Cows with Heifers Calves 88-% Blood Bred Heifers and Cows 47-% Blood Open Heifers Reference Sires: Bysantin, Crack, Cunia, Covino II, Burst, Prairie Cunic, Damier, Blizzard, Cocococa, Epinal, Dollar 2, Datton, Caqui, Touchdown, Berlin. Catalogutt Available Conducted Camrose and Killam Auction markets Box 1808, Camrote, Alberta Phont 672-4496 Wed., Nov. 6th at p.m. KillM Anctton Nntat, KMm. Select Simmental Day TOP QUALITY SELECTED CATTLE 180 LOTS SELECTED TO SELL 1-% Blood Cow with BuN Cell 7-% Blood Bred Heifers Blood Open Heifers 5-% Blood Cows with Vt Heifer Calves 64-% Blood Bred Heifers and Cows 7-% Blood Open Heifers 2 FULL BLOOD SWISS SIMMENTAL BULLS Reference Sires Prairie Brave, Munter, Extra, Banz, Milord, Thunder, Pirte, Galant, Renz, Soleil, Parisiene, Eiger, Lohner, Prairie Boy, Lacombe Achilles, Pacific, Harold, Napoleon, Beaufort Ayre. CATALOGUES AVAILABLE CAMROSE AND KILLAM AUCTION MARKETS Box 1808 Camrose, Alberta Phone (403) 672-4496 Mon., Nov. 4th 1 p.m. Exotic Cross Bred STEER AND DULL SALE 500 to 1000 Head of Quality FajtdBrt and Breeding Bulls to the top animal of the day to the top Pen of Frve KILLAM AUCTION MARKET. KILLAM STOCK COWS AND BRED HEIFERS Nov. 5th Nov. 26th Dae. 17th KIUAM AUCTION MARKET VpWsW VW WeW ClVlnVvn vvWIWPl MRNn nvW Box 1808, Cemrose, Alberta Phone (403) 672-4496 REGULAR WEEKLY SALES Kiffsrn 1030 sun. BaL, Cemrose Misc. mjm. 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