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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Rnijhnmr and McCiaip LAST KD Oft SALE WCSTtKN OILS I Almhax Int U1II PM IV Mai West Oil Stocks At Law For Year TORONTO (CP) Weskara tite dropped to a tow tor the year the Toronto stock mar- bet daeifDed sharply 'during midHOoning trading today. 'index, dam Ul to 190.63, western oils ti metals .95 to U5.lt advanced .42 to Imperial Oil was down 1VV to uTcaiiidum Indusbrial Gas IK to Scurry H4 to bim 1 to 24, Pacific Pete '.to Wi and Dome Pete. 1 to 75. industrials at BOM was 1.77 at 777.11. Mctatyre PtrcujiBe iwe a jrint and Dome Vt among Cana- dians. Hodson Bay Mixing lost IK, Inttnutxmal Nickel K and Canadian Pacific Bvttt cm Cdn Cdn Ex CM Cdn Grfed.... Cdn HonMM Cdn Ind CM Oil Cdn Superior Cm Oef (Ho CMrHr rhMlxi Dynamic French Gl PKM..... Mill City...... New Cort..... Numac Petrol....... PloMCk 4.31 Joutrt Kihtr KM Ka.Ti Kotia L Ont Port Mtnlv....... Nawccnt Rank Org .S SMII inv Hi Uitll Inv. WM ifcti RanWr Wtst Cdn M Wnlttpau Yuk. ji.so enaOk Equity M LIVESTOCK 9.W 77S l.M .n VLB 15 ta M.H M.M I! 75 wv l.W us l.M 1.00 Grain Prices Scurry Rate Acroil Ana Pttf Carm Oil Kimatta North Cent Plata West WWIMT Laduc Calmar -.t8 [3 a- irmi .11 5.M UK livwtock (Stvpiied by Canada Department of Agriculture) 0> offer to 11 a.m. 175 cattle. Receipts meitly slaughter esttat. Trade active. Good and eWee light butcher item very good demand at steady to strong prices wita up to 32.10. Steers over UMi being discounted eeats to l.M per hundred- weigbt Good and choice butch- er betters steady. tan meeting an unproved Prices is Si eeati with Hoa, fe.b. Calgary to a.m., haw ffi-80 to 29.30, Triad Wnt Dacalta ntbrak 1.35 tow delta. by Grain WINNIPEG (CP) TradJBJ volume diminished .toward BBd- sesskn today oa the Winnipeg bat npeseed from 3e with 195 issues the pre- Brit Cdn tmr B >M MM Can Pac Ifiv PM I4.H CPR PM 1.75 Crows Ind Cyowa A itt CV9MI B 4.JS Gt Cdn OH Gt Cdn Oil S M.09 w A...... U-2S Konw B Horna 3.70 Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Oil PM 41.39 Hush Rw PM Husky Oil 12.00 Hwky Oil War 'AH Int Pro Pip. Wt OuiMlta svoou GM Tr. A OM ______ Cdn. W.N. Cat liaa W Tran. Can JJJJ Ind. Trm Cn Phw 2J> Can Pipa A lit. 175 Tram .Can Srtcho .11 Tram PrakVplea Wotnait Tram. X.U1. Wtitarn Pacific-.. -Lj MUTUAL Lyrton M Oth F S.H T.C Eic Ctna4i 5.77 f.H InvMt. F 4.1 MK 7J4 Porttomi PORTLAND (API Cattle TOO, slaughter cow and bulls steady to 50 lower; daughter aid heHeri in small sup- ply, ta. l.W lower.; other classes Mt eatabBsbed. Slaughter steers, mixed good and dwioe'SSO to 1005 Ibs. 29.80 to 29.90; individual choice 30.75; slaughter heifers choice 930 to S60 Ibs. with abeVe normal fill u, LtTHMieXri HKAID _ 13 Grain Deliveries Ruling Reserved WINNIPEG (CP) Manitoba I The case, because of Court of Appeal reserved judg- parlance, was brought before meat bete on a justice de- partment appeal of a maps- rate's ruling that be authority of the Canadian Wheat Board to eaferce its quota ystem of graia deliveries. The ruling concerns a section of the Wheat Board Act placing grain elevators under federal kinds up to a. The few] 26.60 to 2S.2S; lUugbtrr cows replacement cattle on offer utility 20.00 to 23.50. selling at steady ratet. Slaughter bulls commercial Choice ateers 31.75 to good SS.7S to good 31 to JUO; medium M.50 high dreafiog SITS to to Choke betters 33.23 to 30.50; good to 3ft; medtura 2S to a. Good cows a.TS to 14.50; roe- nsa to 23.50; cotters 19 to 22. Good heavy feederjsteen to medium 28 to 30. Butcher hogs sold Monday I p "D Lethbridge 29.40 to base price. Seven bunked thir- teen hogs sold far 'export. Price) TORONTO (CP) Trans- cocverted 24 to 24.20 lire Canada Pipelines Ud. of T Height. I ronto announced Monday it has purchased cub Calgary Livestock Trans-Canada n Buys Alberta the appeal court as early as potable and a decision is ex- pected within 10 days. Com'Mitni Uv U> Ul Wotim Explort SSSS-SSs down' to although of TORONTO INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada. LAST BID OR SALE rear thel Oats: May unchanged the Mack- July imchanfwl Oct not said the open; Dec. 'Uachanged .75A- be moved Barley: Hay H higher inlhe Eskimo Jvdy H higher 1L0714A; UkeT area rf toe Oct. higher LOWBi Dec. not to May shares. July to dipped 1H to tower l.OSg; Dec. a.m. Ouoto] INDUSTtlAU AbrtiM...... 1 Alcin...... Algoma Stel 1 Alco Ind 1 ATlan Sugar Bell Brail I Tel..... B.C. Fortsi B.C. Sucar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemeell Col CrMoa Cal Powvr oron Credit WN Grs in. S S :dn VfctaS Chryslw CPR........ COrtltnco Com Bath Com Gas Dht Ma Dom Brldgt Domtar >xn TixtHa Dom Stom Pete Fam Play Fd ol Armr Gl Cdn Oil ten Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hawkar'SM auoMl (II'.N a.m. OjuoKs) North, Cent Frobax........57 First lumlmtl l.iO Giant Y 1C 75 lvle Pp Power Corp. Price Co SteH Of CWI Selklrk'A U.H 1500 7.S5 1.1S 1D.25 11.00 J7.00 Trars Mtn Pp Trens Can Pp Union C-al Ur.Ion Oil Verutlle Mfg Westtel Union Ctr Weston's West Cdn Sd Zenith EIK BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Royal....... 1S.JO KM Lai> Ull'A Tor-Dom IS JO 13JO 74.M 10.75 n.a is. bo 1.1S MINES Advocite Alb. Aklltcno ATM Mines -Belcner Iron BlKk Rey Bralorne Bethlehem Brunswick On ITJ.fe ntmties-l.in. to banks 1.79 to 173.07, the eomporito 1J2 to 17634 and pa- pen ITS to 117.96. OodWnedvoteneoctbeMoo- treal and Canadian Stock Ex- dttacei was shares at 11 ai compctd with at tto mm Mooday. WAOTF NEW YORK CAP) Tbt stock-market early this after- noon raecoped a unsB portion W the (harp losses registered Btte moon. Dow Janes average of 80 Oct Dec Barley May Jly 1 Oct Dec May 108 10454 -Tin 107 '__: lOsii 104% 1MH Centre! Pal. 7 nso ConwMt 2751 Com: Rcmtlor 7J7Vi Coin 28 25 Cochenovr UJ7V4 Crelgmont tss Dktemon. Mine toy, Dental J.I2W Oeer Horn D-Eldoni E.JO Mhv ISM Donekll 32.7S Dtocevery Mint. J7.KK. Eert Milnllc HSO Erst Sulllven FolconbrMge Gunnar GranTtic t U Holllnoer..... Hud. NtS Hydra Ex. Htottan! Btll on Bay..... Jollet Quebec Kerr AMbxn Key Anacoi IjlliVi 13.13V4 Letch....... 3375 Langls Silver Macassa Madsen R.L. 1.45 Malirtic G.F. Marlm McNetrf TO.fiTM li.K nuelntrre lf.50 Meta........ JLtJl1! Mtdrhn tt.sg Intern Mogul New Arnona Hew Calumet New Imperial Northoata Osbko Patho....... Pta. Pelirl Plactr Dty. P.c, Qgabac Man Rayrock..... Rio Aloom Roman tCorp. Sltwiflaldi Sherrltt Cordon Silver Miller Steep Rock Sbcoe....... Tak Corp. Texmont Upper Canada .12 2.70 l.M Jl 17JJ 1.45 1.04 .11 .50 12.50 1.30 11.00 31.75 H.X Xftt 1.1 2.01 13.75 SI 3.H 3.K MVi l.O 1.20 .W .IS .24 It3.no .17 .IS 13.75 .24 CALGARY (CP) On oHer to 11 aon.: about bead, I A'company statement did not mostly slaughter steers and pjther the names of the cows. Trade was moderately Utterta or VS. companies fa- ..Ivolved or the'price'bt the pur- .__- ...chase, atthougb unoflicial esti- cents krwer. Holers were 50' cetJts'tower 51 sold. Cows sold lower. Bulls were 50 to 75 cents tower. Choice steen J1.25 io 31.75, urisdiction. Magistrate John Enns of Win- nipeg, in fKsmissing a case againte an elevator operator for accepting ovtr-quota ddrveies, said the act was nDConstitu- tional under the British North America Act. At iasue was Section 19 of the BNA Act defining rights exclu- sively within provincial jurisdic- tion and spelling out exceptions. Those exceptions include "local works or undertakings'' that have been "declared by the Parliament tf Canada to be for the general advantage of Can- ada or for the advantage of two or more of the provinces." Crtwn counsel John Scollen of Ottawa told the appeal hearing that the declaration in the Wheat Board Act concerning the general good of Canada, was sufficiently valid that it oW contradict the BNA Act Magistrate Enns ruled Feb. 23 that while Section 45 of the Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) to 11 a.m. provided by the pro- vincial hog producers market ig bssrd: Edmonton: Quoted 20.50 to 28.55, wiling 28.55. Monday av- erage 29.16. Red Deer: Quoted 29.10. Sell- Ing 29.10. Monday average 29.36. Calgary: Quoted 28.90 to 29.30. Selling 28.80. Monday average 29.49. Lethbridge: No sales. Mon- day average 29.77. Uovdminster: No sake. Moo- ay's average 28.54. Total hogs soM to 11 a.m. 32J. Total hogs-soM Monday 10.195. Average 29.25. Sows at all paints 23.26. d It said the reserves were pur- chased in the Harmattan-Elkton Harmattan East fields in Potato Futures good 30 to 31, medium 28.73 tol ilherta. 29.7S; choke heifers 30 to good 28.75 .to 29.75, medium VK to 28.50; good cows 22.50 to 23.40, medium 21.55 to 22.25, caoners and cutters 19.50 to 21; good bulls 27 to 23.50. light j j i j_- -_i i in the Maritime potatoes and met a good local demand future market Monday with at steady prices. Good feeder previous steers over 750 pounds 31 33; good feeder heifers 29.50 to, 34 25 depeodiiig on Open High Low Close Fn good stock heifer calves 33.50 to May S.50. 3.50 3.55 36.50; good bntcherweight NOT 2.J5 2.fe calves 35 to SS.25. iMar J.65 2.6o 2.fe Wheat Board Act does contain such a declaratkn, "in the gen- erality and in its wide, unre- stricted it fails to constitute a declaration "pro- perly and specifically framed under" the BNA Act section. The ruling shook the grain xade and drew comments of concern. Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) Trading was moderately light in the Win- nipeg beef futures market Mon- day with commission bouses on both sides of the market Prices. were 15-20 points below lie pre- vious close. i Open High Low Close FrI. May 31.50 31.50 31.60 Jly 30.50 30.50 30.25 SOiM 30.70 Sep 29.90 30.00 Nov 29.90 30.00 Chinook Pensioner! and Seniof Strawberry and Bake DOOR flllZE- MB. M. imORDAHt, 1603 Art. I. GROCBir HAMPER- Mn. W. Wootl., Thonk you to all who mad. the Ha a grMl il.oo 27.01 1.15 1UOO western Minx WrlgM rtor. wmroy Yellowknlfa Br. Zmmacr...... 1.10 4.70. 1.10 .15 190 .14 NEW YORK STOCKS Soppued by Richardson Secantta Canada SUSS B? JSff 5? 15 l S1.W 10 Inluat aff l.M Vol lwna MIMOO. Oct Dec 105% 105 JOHN BiCHTHOlb GARAGE AUCTION SALE FOREMOST, AlBCTTA PLEASE NOTE THIS SAli K HBD THURSDAY, APRIL 16 -7P.M. THWM CASH CUAP TOOLS l-Tlr. 1-Anvili Air Tools, Air Hotn 1-Colclum Floor Floor Crwiptri .WtW-r, Volv. Sjartn, V atV Volvo Mater, Svmrtn Volv. UfMr, B.nch, Gou9e) Unsoln Grww l AHan BCO.IW Chain Bf.ak Ctomptr, 2-Choln Holihi Monty Ftrguwn AxWnwttyt Parhj and Oil. Mining Industry Need For Foreign Capital Stressed Enquire Now yOU rVUL BE PICAS4NTLY S'JRPBISEO HOW MUCH YOU SJVE BY LEASING A 1970 t ".WFVPOLET C.MrTVV NOVA CfrKI Cmh CevnUr 3-Ceuntjni Safe, 3- Flllmj Cobhwt, Windihkkl TO THB JAU JOHN 830 DIESEL WTTH DUAL WHBU AND CM SAtl CONDUCTID IT HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE LTD. 105, COAIOAU, AlaWTA South by Word o< Movth1 FN ,'OY RP.C BENY OSHAWA, Out (CP) Ste- pbea Romaa, chatemn of Daa- ISTJB Minea Ud., awys tae Caoa- wcuM be per cent of car- I rat uwucuvfr kHttiXti x it wore I not he toretm capital. Mr. Roman toU to Rotary lOub rf.OiteWB that much of Cviada av ajdetdoped and, "We need tadividaal initiative land risk capital, both domestic foreuja, to develop it "At tines, the use at foreign I capital is realistic. Do not let I modern 'political theory tefl you otherwise. The federal government I moved recently to flop the sale o( a Urae block of-Denjsoa 1 shares, me eoonlry's largest uinauui pivduua, to foreign to Itensts. Mr. Bcrnw tM: "Oantrary to seme popular potittcal theory, I doaot poHfcaf force take awarUie AeciflicB frcm cor- ISSUE OF NON-CALLABLE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS DATED MAY Bank ol Canada is by the Minister of Jlnanee to rceeire retiecrrptions sloM to be issued m the amount of for cash and in exchange lor. GoTemment oi Canada Bonds due September 1, 1972 M follow. r-For cash wtacriptidB 2 9 7% bonds Fcbrnrj IMC price: 99.75% SafKMt 7.10% tO Irftomt AngiH 1 ud Vtbmrr I- Tine iatcmt J, 1979 TjeBomiaaUoas: tlffK, VfOO, iad 11 7i% Imdi toe Apri abofjt to i parabl.. October.l and April 1 Kn October 1, (IJOOO, 1970 octamge nbscriptioa oriy; 7 4 MMft 7% fee September offered for eqml par ol 1, 1972 ni I Q{ "I iPHjBt tM corporate 1 naoageneat has a proved rec- ord of befcg the moit efficient onit to toveat sad rfrinvwt capi- tal to a nmnerOMt increases prodoctivitv, ulau the stand- lard of Irring and works for the greatest bcaefit for aH Can- AUCTMMBK US HANMIY ROOM HANOtfY Ik. rfc. Ik. HAS TWO HEADS CHOKELAND, tak. (CP) i A twotarM catf was born bv section tbe veteti- 11 MTV eUe near Oil northern recently. The is five-year-old brier Interest rnyable Sfplmbw 1 and 1 Four interest pjjabk September 5, 1970 ISW, 1100, Only cash subscriptions, subject to allotment, will be accepted tie nwr 1% Bonds rcbmary and the new Bonds due April 1, 1875. Only CTchan-m subscriptions, subject to allotment, will bo accepted for the new 7% Bonds di September I? 1977. The Bonds due September whkfl are accepted for must have all immatarcd coupons attached and bo in beirer form or acoompsmerUy proper transfer The transaction involves a simple cichange of Bond forms, without any adjuataont; two months' accrued interest at the rate' of annum