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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Livestock Market Declines For Fourth Day Lrvestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agikulture) On offer to H a.m. 90 rattle and talik. active. Good aad backer ataers ecotJBue t deMadat steady TOBOWTO (CP) Prices on Uu Tttrir m nght mid- tatoy u the moved into to fourth tadex, indmtriali were Hog Prices .M to 1M.W, (okb to 70.44, base metals .30 to 1MJ and vestera eila Jlto U5-11. Loaaes gaiat 110 vidi 177 issues un- changed. Tea at the T7 brtastrial oneatt EDMONTON (CP) hoi producers i i ii dan board: f Quoted a.OO, ing MM. average B.Ti Bad Deer: Quoted at 11 i ap M-OL Valley was unchangad at The comptay acquired jmoa Engineering Sala Ltd. of Quoted B.fO, Tuesday average Tues- sales Leiabndge: No sak9. day wrerage' 30.11. Lloyd mmsler: No Tuaiday average 29.11. Total hogs sold 1M. Son MM at all points. Total hogs Tuesday Average Potato Futures (CP) Tradim CBS unrhangei the Mar potato roturcs Tondaiy. There was some light hpnte buying. _ Ooen Bogn Low Clcse Prer Anr 190 ZJO IBS 2.90 Z.90 S -g Beef Futures (CP) Trad was witb some deaiers ffjiw at prices' five to II potts below previous dose lev eto at the Winnipeg beef futures Tnesrhy. Open High Low Ckee Prer 31.6 H.65 31. Jly S1J5 J1JS 30JO 30.85 31. Sep'SOJB. NW1 30.0030. Oil refiners kd the mdosfaial Imperial Ofl tat to I to 11. Teuco to MS and Ehd H to mostly slaughter steers. Trade was active -with a good out-ol- proviaw and export demand. Sbugfater steers sold steady steady. Nt> boiebtr hetfen sold early. AD classes of cows aeD- iag readily at steady prices. Bub masd tl lower rcr the The lev replacement cattle oa offer seDug steady. Cfatiee atcen U.SO la KM; good la S1.50; medhm SM to 30. Good cows M to SiJO; med- iaa HM la BJO; eaaners and cutters 10 to SJO. Good buus H ta heaty feeder steers 31 to medium a [to JO. gap Toeaday f.o.b. Letbbridje 30JO base price. dream! went M. Calgary CALGARY (CP) OB offer to U ajn.-. about 4 head, mith sales la a If. were steady with scarce. Cows sold riMdy tt week's lower kveh. M, bulb Cholra steers 31.H b a, OJS medial 9 to M; choice hetfen to M, D.TS to to good.con BJs to HJ5 la JSJS, and M B. Rfptaccmesc cattle were heary, fteahr, two way tteen at steady grim. CM! feeder steers to No stack I GRAIN MARKET REPORT WINNIPEG (CP) Volume et tndinj improved In most commodities Vilh activity still Motred en rapeswd at mid-ses- stoe tt tbe Winnipeg Grtaa Es- uiurtf. Then wai ume Inter- 1.0S54; Oct unchanged 1.065i; BHIHHI) hrturts ill higher Wlmrinf buying cxp.rlen, conmisswa U.S. houses. Ttw month and inter-market ipread- Oab wai practically Reflect- ed during the session. Volume of trade Tuesday In- cluded bushels of rape- seed, of flax and I rye. scUtn were elevator com- pete. Etportan were iheorting were on after fob CaJjfirjr It 11; ui, tine price >JB. dn bed t better volume