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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Find Moon High Uranium Be (Reuters) mineral Is linconium and silicon, scientists only one minute .crystal (CP) The Stronger moon rocks brought back by the America Apollo astronauts say they have discovered a mineral previously samplo we have been studying." The mineral also'eontalns a high percentage of iron, arc still not sure whether the mineral could be of any tremendous benefit to and drug o'irectoraU; plans to clieck retail stores to make sure they are complying with the ban of products containing cyclamate artificial soft ious proc tinn Evident to man that has a higher uranium content than anything found on earth. News of the discovery was disclosed here by Prof. J. R. A. Chapman said in an interview Thurs day that he anticipates checks will show some foods with cy banned as a TORONTO (CP) The 32 cents, Mount Wnght chief of the to cancer will ronto stock market was up fra tionally in light mid-mornio trading today. On index, industrials rose to cents and Asamera to Federal Grain fell to SSV'a, Microsystems Vt to R i team studying the rocks at Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Livestock AFTERNOON 20 to 21, canners and cutters 18 to 19.75. No bulls offered. Replace ment cattle on store shelves, although he tias received no official report. Should anybody persist with failure to comply after 17 to 162.06, base metals .13 to and Denison in heavy kinds meeting he said, the 9669 and western oils told reporters the demand at steady take further 178.53. Golds fell .05 to was made three seizure of the products Volume by 11 a.m. was (CP) but details were kept (CP) On feeder steers any extreme violations, i Shares, down from at Uie Montreal stock and sent to the 11" a.m., about 700 than 750 pounds 28 same time fractionally higher in replacement less than 750 pounds Food and Drug Act Gains outnumbered losses morning trading added that research 33.90. Good feeder for fines, imprisonment to 83 with 142 issues among senior oils out by scientists in than 650 pounds 26 on conviction for Home B gained to lower. Dominion Petroleum slipped 1% to helped his team cattle sold in line with closing prices less than 650 pounds dustrial Adhesives Vz to life Investors to and and Central Gas we can determine to choice with a few good Autct 127% 126% 127% -loeli n.1 from 10 per cent. The v bank said it hoped Sugar 0.87V4 f, 7 Bell Tel .12.75 shell CDA Brazil Trac 14.75 cimnnnn's B.C.. Tel 61.00 11.50 Gunnar 1.28 20.50 Granduc 8 30 30.00 Headway R.L. 1250 ".00 Hollinger SYanfield was asked at a ews conference to comment on an apparent reference to irivate meetings he might hold rith Mr ealc Friday, S.plBmber II, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HEUALD 17 The ban, announced almost a year ago, became effective on soft drinks Dec. 1909, on var- ious confections and bakery products last April 1, and on tinned goods Sept: 1. GM, Union Talks In Final Hours DETROIT (AP) The threa of a strike at General Motors loomed today as the 1970 auto- labor negotiations moved into the crucial final hours before contract expiration at midnight Monday night. Leonard Woodcock, United Workers president, sak Thursday it appears GM has de- "take a strike for both of the target companies" rather than capitulate to the union's major demands. The other announced target, made an improved offer Thursday. Al- though the union rejected it, AVoodcock said he did not be- lievs Chrysler was thinking in of carrying matters to the point of a strike. The union made preparations for a walkout at GM or Chrysler both but plans appeared firmer among the UAW members employed st GM. A spot check of GM locals in the Detroit area showed thou- sands of signs had been printed saving: "UAW on strike against General Motors." Dec May Jiy Rye Oct Dec May- Jly 12SV4 129'A 128% 128% -----128% 111% 112% 112% 111% 112'A 116 117% 118% Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Win- nipeg live beef futures market drew a fair trade today at prices five to 5 points below previous levels. Open High Low Close Wed. Sep 30.05 30.05 30.10 NOV 29.00 28.00 28.95 28.95 29.10 Jan 29.10 29.10 29.05 29.05 29.15 ower rate would "bring about a jeneral reduction in mortgage nterest rates and thereby stim- ulate residential construction." It cautioned, however, that be funds available for mort- ages would be limited by de- wsit competition and monetary conditions during the coming mnth. Royal Trust Co. announced its rate for mortgages or single-family homes was eing reduced to 10V4 per cent rom 1014 per cent. Both announcements followed le Bank of Canada's announce- nent Monday, Aug. 31, that it as reducing the bank ate at which it loans money to chartered one ilf of a percentage point to per cent. SALE OF HORSES THOROUGBREDS 2EUS FARMS COMPLETE DISPERSAL OF HORSES WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 a.m. at: ZEUS FARMS SOUTH OF CALGARY 5 Miles South (Shell Service SUirion) At Okotoks Junction On 4 Lane Highway and T Mile East HORSES INCLUDE 9 MARES IN FOAL Including Stakes Winners: TOUCH OF MAGIC, PAN DRAG, and SHEREE. 3-2-YEAR-OLDS INCLUDING: LEGAL TERM 1st and 3rd out of two starts in 1970 7 YEARLING COLTS 4 YEARLING FILLIES 6 WEANLINGS 5 by ROYAL TURK 1 by ERIKEL A LIMITED NUMBER OF SHARES TO "ROYAL TURK'1 WILL BE SOLD (Royal Coinage out of Turkish Belle) FIRST CROP 3 STARTERS and 3 WINNERS IN 1970 For Information Contact: J. REYNOLDS PHONE: 1-683-7610 OKOTOKS, ALBERTA HORSES MAY BE VIEWED DAY OF SALE Burns...... B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcel! Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Cdn Indust Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR........ Cominco Cons Bafh Cons Gas Dlst Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Fam Play Fd of Amcr Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gf Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Go A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Loeb....... Loblaw A Metro Stores Massey Ferq McMillan Bloe Moore Corp Molsons A 24.25 15.00 4.35 24 25 l.OS 10.00 10.25 23.25 3.25 5.00 23.12W 58.00 17.00 46.00 13.75 13.50 Simp Sears steel of Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Tr Cdn Pp Union Gas..... Union Oil Versaliie Mfg Westeel..... Union Car Weslon's B Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Zenith Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Sco'ia Royal...... Tor-Dom MINES 20.75 Hud. Bay M-s'. 22.37V, Hydra Ex..... Highland Bell 23.50 iron Bay ISO Kerr Addison 25.25 Key Anacon 14.00 Labrador Lake Shore Leifch..... Langis silver AAascassa Madsen R.L. t Malartic G.F. Martin McNeely Mavbrun t r. Diefenbaker's statement arlier this week that the Con- "I welcome his advice and ex Budget Beetle Priced Lower DETROIT (AP) Volkswa- gen, faced with the challenge of new Detroit mhiicars has come it swinging. Volkswagen of America, the U.S. marketing arm of the West lan auto-maker will be selling its basic VS Beetle sedan below Ford Motor Co.'s Pinto and less the GM Vega 2300-was earned Thursday. The new budget Beetle, to be called the is a stripped- version of th familiar )ug-shaped sedan. A model called Hie "Superbee- similar to the standard Beetle sold here last year, will sell for a increase over 1970 prices. The cars differ mainly in interior appointments, and have identical mechanical Deifications. Ford's Pinto, which goes on sale today, carries a suggested retail price of The Vega, vhioli went on sale Thursday, :lls for All prices include federal ex- ise tax, but do not include do- mestic transportation or state nd local taxes. The Vega price includes lealcr preparation, while these charges are extra for VS and Pinto. WALLS They don't seem to be n problem for an aoudad, a wild sheep native to North Africa. Faced with a barrier, it doesn't take the situation lying down at Brook- lyn's (N.Y.) Prospect Park Zoo. Interest Rate Won't Drop Say Bankers NEW YORK (AP) Bankers across the United States are ex- iressing skepticism about the wssibility of a substantial drop n interest rates in the near fu- ire. A survey of large and small janks shows them to be at odds with Commerce Secretary ilaurice Stans who predicted a sharp drop in interest rates. "I think we will see a six-per- cent interest rate, and perhaps not far Stans said in an in- erview last week. Bank officials citing the high cost of money, overhead and continue d high demand for cans, say they do not expect lie prime interest charged to large decline sharply. The effect of a drop in >rime rate, now at eight per icnt, would be to make it easier or large corporate borrowers to ;et loans. This would have the effect of stimulating the econ- my and cutting unemployment hrough the creation of new obs, economists say. "It may look good politically, jut how can you lend money at ix per cent when you're buying at asked George cott, chairman of the First Na- ional City bank's credit policy group that seta lie New York bank's prime ate. ASHPHALT PAVING TOUESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 ervative party has failed to sai. 11 .a .37 32.00 3.35 1.50 .07V, 1.28 .90 .73 make use of the services which e offered to it in 1967. :he party leader. However, h would not always accept thi advice any more than he would 01' r' T J 'J l J 1, ovlvltc ally lllvlc lllau JJC vvuulu Mr. Stenfield said today he aiways accept the advice of any clt no need to apologize for the individua, 15-'s Midrlm 19.37V4 22.00 2.10 .54 1.95 .a 63 00 Advocate Asb. in'oo Akailcno 4P.OO t j5 Beclher Iron 73.25 Black Bay T8 50 Bralorne..... 16.87'A Broulan 2.15 Bethlehem 15.50 Brunswick JO 50 Canada Tung. 18.00 Cassiar 14.50 Central Pat. m.6Wi Chlmo....... 24 62V2 Conwest..... Cons. Rambler 27.75 Coin Lake 14.50 Cochenour 4.90 Craigmont nickenson "lines Denison Mines 22.00 Deer Horn....... 35.00 D'Eldona 1.15 Dome Mines 75.50 Donalda..... Discovery Mines East Maiartlc _ New Athona NGW Calumet New Imperial Noranda Northoate Opemiska Osisko Patino .07% Pine Point 1.65 Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. 15.50 Quebec Man 4.60 Rayrock 2.J5 Radios 20.SO Rio Algom 2.70 Roman Corp. 1.28 SilverfiBlds Sherrilt Gordon .86 Silver Miller Steep Rock Slscoe Tek Corp Texmoflt Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Har. Wliiroy .25Vi Windfall 1.30 Yellowknlfe Br. Zcnmac .15 10.75 US 157.50 .IS .32 9.7! .17 .26 2.05 !7J7'A 10.25 12.00 33.00 .95 .34 I.JB 5.75 2.00 1B.OO .07 2.85 2.2S .50 1.72 4.10 1.40 US 14 3.95 .10 ay he has conducted his rela- ons with Mr. Diefenbaker nee'taking over the Conserva- ve leadership. He welcomed the former rime minister's advice, and Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices wished to see him participate in to 11 a.m. provided by the Al arty affairs. Asked whether he has con- ing Board: berta Hog Producers Market Aver- Potato Prices WINNIPEG (CP) The Mar- time potato futures market was active today with bids but no ades. Open High Low Close Wed. v 2.27B 2.22B r 2.56B 2.51B pr 2.73B 2.70B Edmonton: No sales, age Thursday 27.77. Red Deer: No sales. Aver- age Thursday 25.48. Calgary: Quoted 25.75 to 25.75, selling 25.75. Average Thursday 25.61. Lethbridge: No sales. Aver- age Thursday 25.36. Lloydminster: No sales. Av- erage Thursday 26.54. Sows at all points: 16.11. Total hogs sold 89. Hogs sold 3.18A 3.18B Thursday average 27.04. NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T and T 47.42'A Montgomery Ward 26.75 20 Golds 16S.JI up .03 Anaconda 21.UO Sears 10 Base Met up .0. Bin Steel 22.37'A Sid Oil of N.J. 65.00 15 W Oils 179.23 up .71 Chrysler 23.25 Texas Gulf 117.50 Volume Comsat 43.37'A Texas Co 31.50 NEW YORK AVERAGES Dupont 121.50 Woolworlh 34.25 30 Indust up .96 General Motors Wesllnlhouse Elec 25.00 20 Rails 139.10 up l.SO Gulf U.S. Sieel 31.75 15 Utilities 108.77 off .22 Int Harvester TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slocks 240.11 up .75 Kenn Copper 20 Indust up .52 Volume FOR RENT Building with Sq. 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