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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30-THE LETHBRIQOE HERALD Saturday, April 6, 1874 WINNIPEG (CPl Many commodity tuljres closed down their trading limit in light volume Friday on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange, matching similar action on the Chicago board of trade Rapeseed was down its 20-cenl a bushel limit in most months, and the nest price it could muster was seven cents lower than Thursday's healthy close. Rye was the most active of the commodities, but it was down the 15- cent limit in two of four months. Klax dropped its 30-cent limit early in the session in all months, but there was ettremely light trade. At the uose flax was 30 cents lower, Vancouver rapeseed 10 to 20 lower, Tburdery Bay rapeseed seven to 20 lower and rye 13 to 15 lower At Thunder Bay. all export wheat prices were unchanged. Thursday's volume of trade was I.395.000 bushels ol flax. 1.866.000 of rapeseed jnd of rye. Grain quotes Friday Lakehead i Low Flax May 866 866 Jly 812 812 Ocl 752 752 Nov Raaeieed Vucowver Mar Jun 968 Sep Ml m Mov 535 Jan 500 484 TtaiaaVr Bay May 644 542 Jly 540 526 Oct Nov Oec Rye MJV 249 240 Jly 229 Ocl 22Hi Dec (basis Clou 866 812 752 736 500 560% 546 5S2-V4 484 542 526 530 532 M7 240 229 221 221 Chicago martutts CHICAGO (API Soybean and soybean oil futures prices fell to limits allowed for one session on the Board of Trade Friday It was the fourth time this week that at least one soybean and oil option had fallen the limit Soybeans lost 20 cents a bushel and oil 100 points Corn futures declined 6 cents, but early in the session were down about 9 cents Oats lost about 5 and soybean meal was down a ton Much ol -'he selling was a continuation trom the previous session when some mjjor pits closed with limit declines There was a modest jmount of commercial and c-ommission house buying on the jpenmg. then it slacked off Soybeans, meal and oil all were iK'lively bold from the opening bell Meal was particularly weak, posting a W) decline, lowest in several weeks. the close soybeans were down 20 (ents a bushel Mav wheat 10 lower to higher. May 4 28. Corn 2 to 6 limer 2 5" and oats down iiwut cents. 1 12'd Gram quotations Friday- Wheat. May 4.28. Jul 396; Sep 3.96, Dec 401. Corn- May 2.52. Jul 2.54, Sep Z Dec 239'z- Mar 2.43. Oats- May 1 Jul 1.14W; Sep 1.17'z: Dec 1 22- Mar 1 futures WINNIPEG (CPl Livie beef futures close Friday. May 49 SOB. Jly 50.MB; Sep 52.00N, Nov 53.00N. Thursday's volume No contracts Gold prices LONDON (API Friday's closing gold price in U S dollars an ounce. London 173.75 Pans closed EranHC'irl 177.21 Zurich 174 50 Hong Kong Holiday Beirut 5.628 a kilo THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BREED BUILDER CHIANINA SALE WON, April 8th, 1 p.m. 76 including 70 open Vz Blood Heifers. 5 Bred Vz Blood Heifers Special Recipient Cow carrying a Blood Calf by Falale. Chianina represent leading blood available in North America. 300 to 500 HOGS SELL Tues., at 1 p.m. also Dairy Cows Baby Calves Sheep Market Hogs Shipped Daily Live Weight and Dretaed BMit Special Rancher CALF SALE Wed.. April p.m. YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE and CALVES Thursday 1 p.n, HEAD-500 -LIGHT NEW BREEDS BULL SALE TUES., April 16th, 6 p.m. SIMMENTAL, MAINE ANJOU BLONDE, CHIANINA LIMOUSIN, PINZGAUER, etc. Only top quality btilto are eligible 100 NEW BREED BULLS lncludirtg-17-Purebred Brown Swtu; ftlmmontal; S-'A Simmenlal; Llmoueinr 4-Vi LJmoueln; 25 i- Anjou; Qelbvlati. LioUnge Cloaed. WESTERN CANADA NEW BREEDS SALE M PUREBRED AND PERCEM- TAOE exotic FEMALES in- cludlng-30 Purebred Brown from Thor Hold- inge-Plui 15 V. Blood and Blood Llmomln Femalee and IS Blood Bred Murray Femalea. ANNUAL SPRING AHORSE SALE it fbauekat aTrlrlani neviweraa ewm ITQTW rmwy St Saturday May 3rd and 4th Letbbrtdge Ex- P-MLiillfirt aaaaU ntDiirvfi awn Friday. May 3rd at p.m. Grade Horeee Saturday May 4th at 10.00 a.m. LISTINGS INVITED PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. me Hub of So 3 eaet ol Lethortdfe on I end mlM T1J4AS Phww Day or NlgM Stt-1101 NEW PHONE NUMBER Company 329-3101 No. 071 JOI MM.ICH LIC. 01MtI AUCTIONEERS: MOB SALOO LIC. MMM. 0714M TONY KMLICrl LIC. 01MM Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks ,J BIRTH TAYLOR Mr. and Mrs. Ken Taylor are pleased to announce the birth of their first baby, Ryan Michael. Born on March 28 at a.m. 7 Ibs. SVz oz., at St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 0. Premachuck of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. J. Taylor of Calgary. Insured. 1776 IN MEMORIAM TEDESCO In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Isabella Tedesco, who passed away April 7, 1969. To know her was to love her Both for family and for friend, And the sweetness of her memory Time can neither dim nor end. remembered by Mack .and Ethel, Alfred and Judy and families. 1741 CARDS OF THANKS FERREL I would like to thank the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital; Father Field; also for all the cards, gifts and flowers. Thanks to all the people who visited me while in the hospital. I am very thankful. Mary Ferrel 1811 WEBER We both wish to express our many thanks to our many friends and relatives who came to help us celebrate our 60th Wedding Anniversary and for all the cards, telephone calls, telegrams and letters. Special thanks to the family for the lovely flowers and dishes and making our anniversary such a memorable occasion. Also our appreciation to the ladies of the Royal Purple who were so helpful with baking and serving. Thanks again to all who helped in any way. Sol and Sophia Weber 1777 IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAMS GARON In loving memory of a dear wife ana mother, Lydia Garon, who passed away April 4, 1972. Those we love go out of But never out of mind, For they are cherished in the hearts Of those they left behind. by husband Gil, son Joey and the Fabbri's, Angelini's and all friends. 1813 OLSON In loving memory of a dear husband, Dad and granddad, Ole Olson, who passed away April 4, 1957. It matters not what day or year There is still a Memory, still a tear Memories don't fade they just go deep, For the one we loved and could not keep, remembered by his loving wife and family and Grandchildren 1326 CARDS OF THANKS WHITE I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Thanks also to friends and relatives for cards, flowers, visits and inquiries Special thanks to those who helped my wife during my stay in hospital. White 1809 PONYCH The families of the late Mary Elizabeth (Betty) Ponych wish to express their de'epest appreciation to their many friends, neighbors and relatives for the flowers, sympathy cards, contributions of food and money. Special thanks to Rev. Derek Hoskm for his comforting words and service. Our sincere thanks to the pallbearers. families of George and Ron Ponych 1778 REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY MONDAY 11A.M. Monday, April 15th p.m. included in our regular Sale at p.m. JULIUS OLAH COMPLETE CATTLE DISPERSAL 369 HEAD 369 consisting ol 123 Grade cows about V; calved out. 40 Bred Heifers V: calved out, 167 Mixed Yearlings 500 to 750 Ibs. 30 Dry Cows on feed. Simmemal 3 year old bull; 2-RegiStered Hereford Bulls, 3-V4 Simmental Year- lings Bulls. 1-HolstPin Yearling Bull, 2-flegislered Here- lord Yearling Bulls. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17th Following the Board Fiat of til Dimmsion Lumbar THURSDAY, APRIL 18th at p.m. PAUL RETI FARM SALE at term 2 and 3 of HOG SALES WEDNESDAY We will be assembling Market Hogs lor the Marketing Board and sell Weaner and Feeder NO HOGS WILL BE SOLD MONDAYS REGULAR CATTLE SALES WILL CONTINUE EVERY MONDAY Don't be content to accept one oner at home, contlgn your live- stock to us, where you are guaranteed to have the Auction Ring fuH of Buyers to bid on your product. 8th ANNUAL SPRING HORSE SALE Saturday, May 11 at p.m. ItMltnfB Invttoo Now It to Book Your Spring Farm Auction Salo. Choice Oattt PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE TAtER DAY OR NIQHT JOHNNY CHARLTON Uc-rtJ QARYJENSEN HOSTETTER In memory of Jane Hosteller who passed away April 5, 1973. "A wonderful mother, gone but not forgotten." Leslie 1647-6 SIRAY In loving memory of Mom, Barbara Siray, who passed away April and Dad, Andrew Siray, who passed away July 4, 1966. remembered by Lou, Luella, Brian Barbara Siray. 1721 ADNITT In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Lily Elizabeth Adnitt, who passed away April 7, 1958. Time goes by, but memories stay As near and dear as yesterday. Always and remembered by her husband Walter, Nin Walter and families and sister-in-law Lillian. 1722 CARDS OF THANKS TURIN AND SUNDIAL PARENTS OF THE PICTURE BUTTE BAND would like to thank everyone who donated and worked at the Nick Stronski Farm Auction Sale Luncheon. Special thanks 10 Mr. and Mrs. Nick Stronski for the opportunity of serving lunch. Special thanks also to Mrs. Martin Lammi and Lee Haughian for their help. A profit of was realized and will be donated to the Picture Butte Band. 1754 TROCKSTAD I wish to thank all those who showed their concern in one way or another while I was a patient in St. Michael's Hospital. I was thankful that we have such efficient places to go when we need care. I was thankful for the nursing staff and am sure most are dedicated to their work. The cards, flowers and visits from my friends, relatives and family certainly helped to make the time go quickly and now I am glad to be back home. Trockstad 1779 WILLS I would like to thank the doctors, nurses, orderlies and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care given the late Mr. Frank Wills of Hillspring during his stay there. I also want to express my sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all our friends and relatives for their many kindnesses and great help given to me during the recent death of my beloved husband. A special thanks to Bishop Sheldon Wynder of Hillspring, Arthur Ames of Pincher Creek, the pallbearers and honorary pallbearers and to the members of the Honor Guard of the Royal Canadian Legion. -Mrs. Rita Wills 1718 Bonds GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Oct. 9590 96.00 8 Jul. V78 100.00 10025 4Vi% Sept 75.62V4 5'4% Sept 75.00 3 SplSPerp 37.00 38.00 B'.Wo Apr. 98 SO 98.60 7U% Jul. 9900 99.50 PROV AND PROVINCIAL GUARANTEED BONDS Alta '90 9800 9900 Ont 7 '88 84 00 85.00 OntHyd 9 '94 9900 100.00 NB '90 101 50 102.50 Nlld 8 74 99.00 NS 6'4% '9? 75.50 76 50 due 74 9900 Alta 90 9900 100.00 Man Hyd S '91 89.00 90.00 Sask '90 9850 NtlO 9V4% '90 100.50 101 50 AGT 8 74 99.00 ManQT 6 74 INDUSTRIALS A Gas Tr 9v.% '90 97 50 Alcan 9WV4 '91 98 00 BCFor '92 10000 10200 BCTol '90 10000 Bell Tel 79 100.CC Bell Tel '93 99.00 CP Ltd '89 98.00 CPSec 9V.% '90 9700 Cdn Util 9Vi% '91 98.00 CWNG 9V.% '90 99.00 Gull -90 99.00 in Pr Pp 9W. '90 98.00 9VA 'BO 99.00 Noranda '90 90.00 intl Nick '90 98.00 NaC Gas '91 99.00 Steel Cda '90 90.00 TrCda Pp '90 99.00 TrCdaPp 10% '90 102.00 W Trans '93 90.00 CONVERTIBLES AGaiTr '90 123.00 128.00 Con Gas '89 83.00 85.00 Acklands 7YiV> '68 99.00 101.00 Scurry 7W.1 '88 93 00 95.00 W Trans C '88 77 00 79 00 WestTr '91 102.00 104.00 IN MEMORIAMS CHESTER In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Laura, who passed away April 5, 1971. Sadly missed and loved always. your son Bill and granddaughters Glenna, Debbie and Dawn. 1812 McLEAN -T In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Gordon, who passed away April 6, 1973. We never knew that morning, What sorrow the day would bring, The blow was sudden, the shock severe, To lose the one we loved so dear. We miss his smile his cheerful way, We miss the things he used to say, When happy days we 'oft recall, 'Tis then we miss him most of all. missed by wife Cleo, Carolyn, Don, Judy and Bill and his grandsons, Daryl. Jason and Neil 1720 Hog EDMONTON (CP) Average closing prices Friday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board Thursday's average in brackets Edmonton 4000 (39121. Calgary 27.80 (39601. Red Deer 3995 (3931) Total hogs sold average 39 83 Total soivs sold 48. average 28.75 Egg prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the federal agriculture department EGGS: To producers: A large 71; A medium 69- A small 50. B 55. C 18; cracks 35. To retailers A large 83-84; A medium 81-82, A small 66-69. (two cents extra in cartons) To consumers lin A large 92-95. A medium 85-91, A small 75-79. POULTRY: To producers Live No 1 chicken broilers. 36. 6 and over, 5 and under 6. 34. fowl under 4, 10-12; turkey under 12, 45, 12 to 18, over 18. Live No 2 chicken 6 and over. 36'2. 5 and under6, 31 under 12. 42. 12 to 18. over 18, 41 "z Dollar valtio MONTREAL (CP) U S dollar in terms of Canadian funds closed Friday un 1-10 971-10. Pound sterling was up 2-25 at 32 2-5. In New York, the Canadian dollar was down 11-100 at 02 49-50. Pound sterling was down 1-20 at 7-20. Qold futures WINNIPEG (CP) Gold futures, U.S. funds. Winnipeg Commodity Exchange close Friday. Apr 74 17350; Jly 74 180.25E, Oct 74 187.90. Jan 75 195.20B. Apr 75 203 OOA. Thursday's volume: 397 contracts. DEATH BIG WEASEL Passed away on Thursday, April 4, 1974, Peggy Laura Big Weasel, aged 23 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Big Weasel of Brocket. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Monday at a.m., Rev. G. Fortier officiating. Interment, Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C8645 CARDS OF THANKS WIELAND We would like to thank our many friends and relatives for the very nice farewell party. We thank you for the good wishes and gifts. You will all be remembered. Our new address will be Caroline, Alberta. Helen and family 1719 PICTURE BUTTE FISH AND GAME wish to thank everyone that donated and helped in any way with the auction sale. Also thankyou to everyone for cash donations toward the Letho Dam project. 1740 FINDLAY I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of Room 214, Municipal Hospital for their wonderful care while I was a patient there. Also thanks to my friends who came to visit, sent flowers and gifts. Thank you all very much. Findlay 1755 BRUNSDALE We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all those who travelled long distances to attend the funeral of our loved one; also to those who sent cards, telephone messages and floral tributes. Your kindness and friendship will be long remembered and appreciated. Brunsdale and family 1756 KNIGHT Marjorie Knight and family of 44 Klamath Place, S.W., Calgary express their sincere thanks and appreciation to their relatives and friends for their support and personal assistance during their recent bereavement of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Ken. 1758 BROWN We wish to express our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for all 'their kindnesses, food, flowers, and cards of sympathy, extended to us during the recent passing of our beloved mother. A special thank you is extended to Bishop Leonard Burbank and Dan Chipman; to the Relief Society Ladies for the lovely lunch; and to the pallbearers. In her memory we thank all of you. Family of the late Ruth Vera Brown 1757 DEATHS STOTYN Passed away in the city on Thursday, April 4th, 1974 following a brief illness, Mr. William Stotyn at the age of 19 years of Monarch, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Styntje Stotyn. The late Mr. Stotyn was born in Meiwluezen, Overysel, Holland, coming to Canada to Fort Macleod in 1904. He homesteaded and farmed in the Monarch district, residing there until his passing. He was the last of the original homesteaders in that district. He is survived by ten sons, Louis and Tiemen, Monarch. William of Abbotsford, B.C., Henry J. and Bernard L.. Edmonton, Christian and Arie M.. Lethbridge. Martin. John and Edward, all of Calgary; two daughters, Mrs. James (Hilda Sadlery and Mrs. Walter (Ann Gertrude) Luce, both of Calgary; 34 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at Monarch Reform Church, Monarch. Monday p.m. Rev. John Moerman officiating. Interment in the family plot. Monarch Nobleford Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C8647 PARK Thera Burnet. passed away suddenly in Lethbridge on Wednesday. April 3. 1974 at the age of 65 years, beloved wife of Robert Jack Park of 30619 St. N. Born in Raymond. Alberta September 18. 1908, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Austin Terry. She married Robert Jack Park in Lethbridge on April 29, 1929 and resided in Lethbridge until 1932. They then moved to Creston B.C., where they operated a restaurant until 1940. when they moved back to Lethbridge. Upon their return they opened another restaurant known as Park's Chicken Inn. which they operated until 1052 At the time of her passing, Mrs. Park was a partner, with her son Gregory and her husband Robert Jack in the Lethbridge Farmers Market. She is survived by her loving husband, Robert Jack, two sons, Gregory of Lethbridge and Robert A. of Fort Macleod: eight grandchildren; four sisters. M.ary Thompson of Lethbridge. Irene Bowdeii of Taber. Vera Wayling of Kelowna. B C and Agnes Price of Lethbridge. and two brothers. Austin D. Terry of Lethbridge and James Terry of Raymond. She was predeceased by a daughter Mrs. Wilma Fedorak in 1958. Funeral services were held Friday. April 5, 1974 at p.m. in the Christensen Chapel with Elder Dan Chipman conducting. Interment followed in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. The honorary pallbearers-Austin Terry. Jim Terry, Cliff Price, Clarence Bowden, Dick Wayling and Bill Knowlden, and active pallbearers Harland Terry. Buster Terry, Delbert Thompson, John Thompson, Robert Fedorak and Paul Park. CHRISTENSEN -SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8649 75 YEARLING CROSSBRED BULLS FOR SALE SELECT YOUR CHOICES FOR BREEDING THAT WILL PROFITABLY INCREASE YOUR WEANING WEIGHTS iCOME AND SEE THESE CROSSBRED BULLS 45 SIMMENTAL 12 LIMOUSIN 13 BROWN SWISS 5 CHIANINA MANALTA HOLDINGS LTD. Running Bar X Ranch 2 Wett of Medicine Hal OH Hotoom Roed For Information Call Ranch Manager Oddt Minor, Hat PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located In the centre of a largo cattle taedbtg and hog ratting country RANCH CALVES Feeder and Fat Cattle Wednesday, APRIL p.m. All ClaMM of Canto Tneklii BrnriRi ViMrhnry Paaaal DAIRY CATTLE SALE EVERY Saturday at 1 p.m. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY MONDAY, APRIL BULL SALE For I r JIM or JOE JURIS Weture Auction Market-picture tutto, Alberta Auclton market located It mttee north of Lethbridge on Highway M Phone PICTUMC ;