Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 30, The HeniU Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal MIDLAND DOHERTY LIMITED WESTERN West Air AND Oilfield 3.00 Alton Inc 2.25 Albany Trust Alta East 3 80 3 50 Mm 55 Asniand A Pfd 44.00 BP Yukon Brenda STOCKS Cda Gas A 10.50 Cdn Export Gas Pfd 60.00 Cdn Nat Gas 17.00 Cdn Ind Gas Metro 4 65 Cdn Long Metro A Pfd 48.00 Cdn Nat Gas 1000 Chieftan C Gas Dome C Gas B Pfd 17.37% Gas Trans 7.62% Nu Ft Pipe 7.50 Giant A Pfd 44.50 Gibraltar B Pfd 27 50 Pipe War .70 Grt Cdn Oil Trans 15.50 Lochiel Trans War 1.40 Lytton North Cdn .33 Numac Oil .04 PanCdn Continental .02 Pan Warner .21 V4 Place Norsemmes .61 Resources .30 Ranger 2.15 Scjrry .28 5.15 Mines 1.52 Total .04 Ulster .07 United Standard .93 West West Industries .06 1 40 Acres Petroleum .16 Pete .09 BC Sugar C Int'l Res .51 Block FUNDS Canbra Cdn. Compound 4.59 5.99 Cdn A Cdn. Dividend 4.73 5 14 Cdn Pac Cdn. ventures 214 2 33 Carling A Growth Fund 3.29 3.62 Carlmg B Special 1.68 Com Invest Fund 3.71 4.07 Crest Comnwlth 10.86 Crowsriest Leverage 2.41 Falcon Int'l Venture 4.39 F M Investors 4.74 5.21 Invest Stock Fund 3.84 3 89 Home Oil Fund U S. 7.48 8.20 Home Oil Pacific 3.58 391 Hud Bay In Shares 2 28 Hud Bay Equity 464 510 Hud Bay A Growth Fund 8.92 974 Hugh Russell C Mutual 4.44 4.86 Husky Accum 4.81 5.29 Husky Oil B Resources 3.41 3.75 Husky Oil E Cdn. 402 442 Inter Pipe Growth 333 363 inter S Growth 305 3.35 Kaiser 5 06 5.27 Kaiser Re? Growth 6.28 6.88 Loblaw C Accum 3.31 3.64 Savings 6.40 7.04 Pac 5.29 5 82 3.78 4 14 Toronto mines., industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) MINES Acme Advocate Asb Akaitcho Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Bovis Brunswick Can NW Land Canada Tung. 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TQPONTO ?0 152 T3 down 1 38 ?0 Golds 348 76 up f) 28 ID Base Metals 5565 flown 05 15 Wejlerri Oils 12S39 flown 1 59 Vc'lur-.? 6.70 000 YOPK AVERAGES ?0 611 31 Jfwn 1D64 K a-j is 12976 3cwn 244 57 down 35 65 19039 dowi 306 Oil producers warned policies survival threat Oil, mine stocks drop in light TSE trading 2 I WASHINGTON (Reuter) United States energy adminis- trator John Sawhill has ed oil producers that their policies have reached the point where they threaten U.S. national survival. Sawhill's comments were made Sept. 18 before a secret meeting of the U.S. Senate permanent investigations sub- days before President Ford and State Secretary Henry Kissinger issued their warnings to oil producers. A non-classified version of Sawhill's remarks were re- leased today. Sawhill, who directs U.S. energy policies, also said in reply to detailed questions that had been submitted by subcommittee Chairman Henry Jackson (Dem. Wash.) that the United States does not have any short-term policy to deal with high oil prices, but Wardair charter flight prices will be lowest HARRISON HOT SPRINGS, B.C. (CP) War- dair will announce advance booking charter increases of eight per cent next year com- pared with 22 per cent propos- ed by scheduled carriers for charter travel, Maxwell Ward said Sunday. "We can't justify an increase anywhere near the the president of Canada's largest charter air- line said in an interview. "Nobody is thinking about the public. People won't fly if the rates are too high." Mr. Ward, at this Fraser Textiles agreement reached HONG KONG (AP) New growth potential for Hong Kong's multi million dollar textile exports has been achieved with separate trade agreements with the United States and Canada, the government said Sunday. Both agreements come into effect on Tuesday to replace existing arrangements which have been renegotiated under the new arrangement cover- ing international trade in tex- tiles. The new three-year agree- ment with the U.S. Hong Kong's major market for tex- tiles provides a comprehen- sive and interlinking arrange- ment governing the export of Hong Kong-made cotton, man- made fibre and wool textiles to the U.S. Valley community to address the British Columbia Civil Aviation Council, said his Edmonton-based carrier had a profitable year and next year would be even better with an eight-per-cent increase. "Those would be fat rates for us." He agreed that his stand on fares, together with those of four other independents could upset the North Atlantic fares package put together in August by 40 members of the International Air Transport Association. The proposal was adopted with the understanding that the charter carriers would have to accept charter increases proposed by IATA. Vancouver-London charter round trips now costing to depending on the season, would rise to between and under the IATA proposal. Scheduled travel fares were raised as much as 25 per cent under the new package. Mr. Ward said he did not wish to announce specific Vancouver-London fares for another day or two because there could be minor ad- justments. He said he understood the entire Canadian Transport Commission, led by its presi- dent Edgar Benson, had visited the Civil Aeronautics Board, last week to discuss charter fares. The CAB is backing a charter fares agreement. Mr. Ward ex- pressed concern that the CAB would pressure the British Civil Aviation Authority to withdraw proposed fare increases that matched his but said he did not think the Canadian Commission would insist on higher fares than he was proposing. New car operating costs estimated at yearly DETROIT (AP) Worried about the cost of buying a new car? Worry some more about the cost of operating it each year. While new models will be carrying price tags of and up. the additional cost of driving them for a year can run up to That estimate is based on a study by Hertz Car Leasing Division, which computed the cost of operating an average car during the first half of 1974. It means a consumer's oper- ating costs will exceed the purchase price of a new model in less than two years. Operating expenses include Natural gas find rumored ST. JOHN'S. Nfld.