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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta :'i If mTr? Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 290 QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Husky Oil War d.OO Corp Invest S F -roDex Atco Ind 11.00 Price Co B.50 Firsr AAaritimes 1.01 Atlan Sugar Rothmans 11.50 Giant Y.K 8.25 Bell Tel 43.25 SI Law Corp 19.00 Gunnar 1.40 Brazil Trac U.75 Shell CDA 30.00 Granduc B.10 B.C. Tel 60.75 Simpson's 16.75 Headway R.L. 13.00 Burns Simp Sears Bellinger 3d. 00 B.C. Forest 24.00 Steel of Can n.Wh Hud. Bay M-S B.C. Sugar 13.25 Selkirk A 10.75 Hydra Ex. 20 CAE Ind 4.65 Texaco 23.50 Highland Bell 2.HO Cdn Brew 7.75 Traders Gp A 9.75 Iron Bay 3.25 Chemcell 4.75 Trans Mtn Pp Iso 2.02 Col Cellulose 5.50 Trans Car, Pp 29.75 Jolief Quebec .23 Cal Power 24.25 Union Gas Kerr Addison 10.75 Coron Credit 1.05 Union Oil 35.00 Key Anacon .32 CWN Gas 1.05 Versatile Mfg 3W Labrador 32.00 CWN Gas 10.00 Westeel Lake Shore 3.35 Cdn Indust 70.25 Union Car 14.25 Leitch 1.60 Canada S S 2400 Westnn's B 21.75 LangiS Silver .07V'z Cdn Marconi 3.20 Woodward' A 16.75 Macassa 1.25 Cdn Vickers 5.25 West Cdn Sd 16.75 Madsen R.L. .BO Chrysler 23.25 Zenith Elec 1.60 Malartic G.F. .70 CPP, 59.00 BANKS Martin McNeely Minerals Demand To Continue VANCOUVER (CP) Top executives of the Japanese mining industry gave assurances Tuesday that Japan's demand for Canadian minerals will continue to expand at a rapid rate. A 13-man Japanese mission arrived in Vancouver after a tour of Canada, during which the visitors conferred with federal and provincial authorities. They also visited mining operations at Sudbury, Elliott Lake, and in British Columbia. The mission was headed by Toshimi Takabayashi, president of the Japan Killing Industry Association and chairman of the board of Mitsui Mining and Smelting Co. Yoshiteru Suiuki, managing director of Dowa Mining Co., said there should be an expanding market for Canadian uranium in Japan, reaching tons a year by 1985. Okito Kurata, president of (tie Japan Coal Association, said he expected that Japanese consumption of imported coking coal would climb from 47 million tons in 1970 to 65 mfllion tons annually within 10 price. Good lambs 20 tc 22.50. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipt to 11 a.m., head; mostlj good and choice slaughte steers and heifers. Trade mod erately active. Slaughter steers sold stead} at Tuesday's lower prices wit over-finished steers being dis counted around 25 cents. Hei fers fully steady to 25 higher Cows scarce with sales to 22.70 bulls steady. Choice steers 28 to 28.50, me dlum 26 to 27. Choice heifer 25.75 to 26.50, good 24.50 t 25.50, medium 23.25 to 24.25 Good cows 21.25 to 22, mediunr 20 to 21, canners and cutter 18 to 19.75. Good bulls 25.50 tc 26.80. Replacement cattle were practically all heavy flesh} steers selling at steady prices Good feeder steers 750 Ibs. ano up 28 to 29.10. No stock 01 slaughter calves on offer early Hogs base price 25.65. Wfire 60 higher, mixed lot good and choice, 22.30 to 22.60 feeder lambs Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. today provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 25.50 to 25.55. Selling 25.50. Tuesday average 25.62. Ren Deer: Quoted 25.50 Selling 25.50. Tuesday average 25.72. Calgary: Quoted 25.65. Selling 25.65. Tuesday average 25.40. Lethbridge: No sales. Tuesday average 25.31. Lloyd minster: No sales. Tuesday average 25.43. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 198. Total sold1 Tuesday Average 25.75. Sows at all points, Gas 17.25 Nova Scotia Mela 19 Dist Sea 47.00 Royal 22.75 Midrim 31 Dom Bridge 16.00 Tor-Dom Inetrn Mogul 9.25 Domtar 13.50 Ncw Athena .17 Dom Textile 1.-5.25 MINES New calumet .27 Dom Stores 11.75 Acme 07 New Imperial l.BB Dome Pete 6ft "t Advocate Asb. 3.10 Noranda 27.75 Fam Play 9.75 Akaitcho 51 Northqafe 10.00 Fd of Amer Area Mines 1.95 Opemiska 12.25 Gt Cdn Oil 4.30 Belcher Iron .42 Osisko .29 Gen Motors 70.50 Black Bay 07Vs Patino 33.00 Gt Lakes Pap'. '18.75 Bralorne 1.60 Pine Point 32.00 Gulf Oil Cda 1650 Broulan 23'A Placer Dev. 33.00 Hawker Sid 2.10 Bethlehem 15.00 P.C. Exp 82 Huron, Erie 16.25 Brunswick 4.70 Quebec Man .24 Hiram Canada Tung. 2.13 Rayrock 1.35 Imperial Oil 1750 Cassiar Radiore Wh Imperial Tob 14.50 'Central Pat. 2.55 Rio Algom 16.25 Int Nickel Chimo 1.22 Roman Corp. 6.00 Int Pipe 24.75 Conwest 11.62V2 Silverfields 2.10 Inv Gp A 7.25 Cons, Rambler .66 Sherrltt Gordon Int Utilities 28.25 Coin Lake 21 Silver Miller .07 Indust Accept 15.00 cochenour 63 Steep Rock 2.85 Laurentide 4.80 Craigmont 10.62'A Siscoe 2.10 Kelly Doug A 5.75 Dickenson Mine 1.50 Tek Corp 6.35 Loeb 6.12'A Denison Mines 32.50 Texmont .49 Loblaw A peer Horn .08 Upper Canada 1.76 Metro Stores 25.00 D'Eldona 99 Western Mines 3.90 Massey Ferq 10.00 Dome Mines S9.00 Wrighf Har. 1.35 McMillan 25.00 Donalda :24 Wiliroy 1.45 Moore Corp 3100 Discovery 1.30 Windfall Molsons A 14.37'A East Malartic 1.20 Yellowknife Br. 5.50 NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T and T Monlgomery Ward 25.75 20 Golds 165.92 up .15 Anaconda Sears 65.25 ID Base Met 95.64 off .03 Bth Steel 22.12V; Std Oil of N.J. 63.75 15 W Oils 174.61 up 1.85 Chrysler 23.25 Texas Gulf 117.12'A Volume Comsat 40.50 Texas Co 2J.87V5NEW YORK AVERAGES Dupont 120.00 Woolworlh 32.75 30 Indust 753.4? up 2.94 General Motors 70.00 Westinghouse Elec 65.25 20 Rails 137.10 off .03 Gull 26.25 U.S. Steel 15 Utilities 107.78 up .35 Int Harvester 23.50 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 237.38 up .67 Kenn Copper 40.75 SO Iniiust lil.97 'off .15 Volume BERGS Icebergs found in the Arctic usually are mountainous rather :han tubular in shape. DUMB COPS NEW YORK (AP) A justice department-financed study shows that the average I.Q. score of recruits entering the New York City police department in 1969 was the lowest in recent years. The average was 98.20 for recruits, the study revealed. The average was 107.7 in 1962, 107.28 in 1964 and 105.75 in Wrapping ALL PRICES A SLASHED AGAIN! M, SHOP It 9 a.m. f to K 9 p.m. 1? THURSDAY ONLY! K sPo. 1 GR E Alp( BeT V-NK fc Spoi GRC Ik All SHOR1 Regulc ALL SALES FINAL! PHARMACIST REQUIRED FOR RETAIL DRUG STORE In LETHBRIDGE Good solory, fringe benefits, including Pension plan and insurance. Reply, with of to Box 78, Lethbridge Value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol-ar in terms of Canadian funds was oft1 9-32 to 1-16. Pound sterling off 1% to NEW YORK lollar up at 98 61-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling up -16 at MEETING ore urgently needed for the Southern Alberta Basketball Association. Thursday, Sept. 17, p.m.-Room 30 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY your -J needs in Lethbridge Businessmen requiring term loans for sound business purposes are invited to discuss their needs at the recently opened IDE office in Lethbridge IDB can lend to almost all types of agriculture, tourism, professional services, wholesale and retail trades, turing, etc. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK FERfvl FINANCING FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., 740-4th Avenue, South Telephone: 328-9681 FARMERS -RANCHERS "DO" YOU NEED EXTRA EQUIPMENT TO FINISH BEFORE FREEZE-UP? TRY "OUR" RENTAL TRACTORS (FULL H.P. RANGE) IMPLEMENTS -TRACTOR-BACKHOE COMBINATION FORK LIFTS -CRAWLER.LOADER ALL UNITS AVAILABLE NOW COMPETITIVE RATES DELIVERY AND PICK-UP FULL MAINTENANCE t REASONABLE RATES INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES and SERVICE III 304 STAFFORD DRIVE LETHBRIDGE, AITA. PHONE Widnoday, Sipttmber 16, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 Protect Ecology Oil Firms Warned SACHS HARBOR, N.W.T, (CP) Two Calgary-based ex- ploration firms looking for oi on Banks Island in the west- ern Arctic have been told by the federal government to pro- tect the delicate northern ecol- ogy. Elf Oil Exploration and Pro- duction Ltd. and Deminex Can- ada Ltd. have agreed to the federal orders, recieved in a letter dated Sept. 10 from the northern economic develop- ment department. Eskimos at this tiny com- munity on the southwest coasi of Banks Island wanted oilfielc work halted because they felt it was interfering with trap- ping and hunting. Elf Oil is 75-per-cent French owned and 25-per-cent Cana- dian. Deminex is a subsidiary of a company in Dusseldorf, West Germany. They now must provide a federal inspector Wilf Tay- lor, forestry official from Inu- vik, requested as- sistance, including board and lodging and access to geophysi- cal studies facilities. Mr. Taylor will have the right to suspend the firms' op- erations if he thinks the ecol- ogy is in danger and Elf and Deminex have the right of ap- peal to Jean Chretien, minister of northern development. The firms have been told to use special blades on bull- dozers to save the tundra and they must not scar the ground surface or remove vegetation in any way. All garbage, sewage and debris must either be removed, burned or buried and any debris in water must be re- moved in a manner satisfac- DIVIDENDS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bow Valley Industries Ltd. 5% per cent pfd., series A, 27% cents Oct. 15, record Sept. 30. Bank of Nova Scotia, 19 cents, plus an extra two cents, Nov. 2, Sept. 30. Canadian Foundation Co. Ltd., common five cents; series A 30 cents; both Oct. 20, record Sept. 30. Maple Leaf Mills Ltd., com- mon 20 cents; 5% per cent pfd. both Oct. 31, record Oct. 15. Phillips Cable Ltd., seven cents, Oct. 1, record Sept. 18. Royal Trust Co., 24 cents, !ov. 2, record Sept. 23. too' to the inspector. Fuel and ottier storage facilities must be at least 300 feet away from any body of water or stream. Machinery must not "harass or unnecessarily disturb wild- life or damage wildlife habitat" and if trapping equipment or lines are damaged, they must be repaired or replaced as soon as possible Wlieat Exports Decline WINNIPEG (CP) Cana- dian wheat exports during the week ended Sept. 9 totalled 6.9 million bushels, 8.1 million less than the previous week, but two million more than the same week a year ago, the Board of Gram Commissioners reported Tuesday. The board's weekly statistics showed a 2.5 million bushel decrease in wheat in transit or stored in Canada. The visible stocks totalled 424.7 million bushels at the end of the week under review. Farmers' deliveries of 7.3 million bushels of wheat were less than one week ago, but were 1.2 million more than in the same week last year. Other deliveries, with the previous week's total in brack- ets: Oats barley rye 000 flaxseed rapeseed Other exports: Oats rye flaxseed rape- seed nil Shipments from country ele- vators: Wheat oats barley rye flaxseed rape seed Thunder Bay stocks for all grains decreased to 43.7 million Dushels in response to car un- loads of 7.1 million and vessel shipments of 14.8 million. -MEN'S SHOP LTD. on FOURTH AVENUE THIS IS WE'VE REGROUPED- DUG DEEPER AND LOWERED THE BOOM AGAINI I SUITS Reg. 110.00 to 150.00. SAIE PRICED Cotton Slacks Regular to 12.93. 9" Co-Ordmates 1 GROUP Reg. to 125.00. Alpaca Sweaters V-NECK AND CARDICANS. Sport Co-Ordinates GROUP Rig. to 150.00. SHORT OR LONG SlEEVi. 4 Cft O Regular to 13.50. Each Wi9w or for ;