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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Tuesday, December 3, 1974 New policy by farm group may widen rift with gov't WINNIPEG (CP) The National Farmers Union (NFU) will grapple today with a new consolidated policy statement and its adoption could lead to a wider rift between the union and the federal government. Roy Atkinson of Saskatoon, NFU president, told the an- nual meeting Monday that the federal government appears bent on destroying the Cana- dian wheat board's orderly marketing of grain and the Crowsnest Pass freight rates on grain and took an opposing stance to that of the union at last month's World Food Conference in Rome. The new union policy urges that Canada overcome the consideration of world economics and political short- comings to allow food to be used as an effective weapon to fight human suffering and es- tablish world peace. Canada was a party at the Rome conference in blocking The Herald- Business Gov't shows unconcern for rural area youth WINNIPEG (CP) The National Farmers Union (NFU) was told Monday that the federal government is not really concerned about the youth in rural areas. Wayne Easter of New Wil- tshire, P.E.I., junior presi- dent of the farm organization, told about 600 delegates at the union's annual convention that the federal government withdrew its support this year East bread shortage predicted OTTAWA (CP) The chairman of the Canadian National Millers Association predicted Monday a shortage of bread in Eastern Canada this winter if grain does not start moving from Thunder Bay. Grain shipping has been halted because 222 federal grain inspectors are on strike over a contract dispute with treasury board. J. F. Blakney of Montreal said in a news release that during August and September two months of shipments were delayed because of a strike by Great Lakes ships' officers. "The shortfall of winter re- quirements grows daily as the mid-December close of water navigation nears." Mr. Blakney said it would I wir-vj-toc-iHlo fnr r-oil the required supplies. "The result of this situation can only mean the restrictive allocating of wheat flour to the baking industry, pasta in- dustry and for direct con- sumer he said. There also could be higher costs to consumeis because of more expensive transporta- tion and loss of jobs in the flour industry, he added. for the annual youth exchange program. Funded in previous years by the secretary of state's department, the 1974 ex- change program was planned for about 225 young people. "NFU officials soon became aware that the government was stalling on their part of the Mr. Easter said, adding that sub- sequently the NFU was advis- ed the program would not be funded in 1974. Meetings were held with Secretary of State Hugh Faulkner "to no avail." Mr. Easter said this was an ihdication of the "disregard of the federal government toward rural youth." "It also tells us of the government's attitude toward the total agricultural com- munity, and this attitude and lack of concern for farm peo- ple on the part of politicians must change." Record set REGINA (CP) Sales at the Canadian Western Agribi- tion achieved 'an undisputed world record for any sale of exotic or purebred says Alex McTaggart, agribi- tion secretary treasurer. Total sales of were recorded during the week long event which ended Friday an increase of about million over last year. END SERVICES TORONTO On- tario Humane Society has an- nounced that it is cutting staff, suspending low-cost veterinary services for the poor and might have to end dog-catching services in 58 Ontario municipalities because of lack of funds. Ex- ecutive vice-president Tom Hughes blamed rising costs and falling donations. WATKiNSON, HANHART, DUDA OORCKAK Chartered Accountants 511 5th Street South Telephone 328-1741 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA announce the admission to partnership of RICK G. MELVIN, B.A., C.A. THE PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 740 4th Avenue South The finest office Accommodation in Lethbridge We are happy to report that the new addition to this building is now 75% leased and occupied. YOU'LL BE IN GOOD COMPANY WITH: Trust Company Brokers Restaurant Accountants Law Offices Life Insurance Companies Government Offices Medical Offices PARKING AVAILABLE ONLY 7200 SO. FT. OF OFFICE SPACE STILL AVAILABLE For Further Information Contact: PAHULJE CONSTRUCTION LTD. No. 300 Professional Bldg. Phone discussion of trade policies which must be considered to effect world food security, Mr. Atkinson said. He said the conference was a fiasco because of the political approach used by the developed nations rather than a humanitarian attitude. The developing countries wanted to protect their own economic advantage and, as a result, failed to come to grips with human need. Rather than consider new relationships that would assist in the distribution of food to the needy, Canada and the other "fat and happy" developed nations have tended to exploit the developing nations to "produce materials that we can use and have at very low cost." Walter Miller of Tara, Ont., the union's vice-president, told the 600 delegates farmers have a false sense of security generated by world prices and demand for grains. Mr. Miller also said the fed- eral government is attacking the Crowsnest Pass freight rates which provided low cost movement of grain for export during the last 78 years. The convention ends Friday. Egg board decision supported VICTORIA (CP) Provin- cial Agriculture Minister Dave Stupich said Monday he supports the British Columbia Egg Marketing Board's deci- sion to withdraw from tht Canadian Egg Marketing Agency. "CEMA has not done the things that it said it would Mr. Stupich said, adding the B.C. board will likely res- cind its decision if CEMA im- proves. Under the federal- provincial egg agreement, the provincial board must serve withdrawal notice one month before the end of this year and the notice becomes effective at the end of 1975, he said. Asked if steps were being taken to improve the Cana- dian egg market, the minister replied he met with other agriculture ministers in Ot- tawa last month and a five- man advisory committee was set up "that will have quite a lot of power in operating CEMA." Ed Morgan, secretary- manager of the B.C. Egg Marketing Board said formal notice to withdraw from CEMA was served Nov. 29. "The subject has been dis- cussed with the provincial government and after taking into account the many representations made to them by egg producers, along with the effect on the B.C. egg in- Mr. Morgan said, "they have unanimously agreed that, at this time, the best interests of the B.C. egg industry would be served by withdrawing from CEMA." Gov't may lift truck sales tax OTTAWA (CP) Finance Minister John Turner said Monday he will ask cabinet to make retroactive to before the Nov. 18 budget the elimination of federal sales taxes on new trucks and other transportation equipment. The plan would involve re- funds to dealers in trucks, buses and a variety of types of heavy equipment who had un- its on their lots at the time the tax change was made. Mr. Turner said he antici- pates cabinet will pass the proposal. Bicycle are in the same situation as truck not get the same tax relief to pass on to customers. There is to be no change from tax rules in the budget affecting car buyers. The budget removed a 12- percent sales tax which is assessed when the sale is made to dealers by manufac- turers. The tax was taken off sales of trucks or truck-trailer combinations of more than eight tons, buses carrying 12 or more and a variety of other types of transportation equipment. Gold issues lead decline Stock prices drop sharply Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Doherty Limited WESTERN Oilfield AND Alton Albany Oil Alta East Grp Ashland A BP Brenda Cda Gas Trk Cdn Ex Gas Trk Cdn Nat Cdn Ind Gas Cdn Long Metro A Cdn Nat Chieftan C Dome C B Nufort A Giant Pipe B Gibraltar Pipe Trans Lytton Min North Cdn Numac Oil Pancdn Pete Pan Continental Western .15 Place Ponder Ranger Oil Scurry Rain 14.50 15.00 Resources Dankoe Davenport 2.00 .58 4 15 Spooner Total Mines .09 Ulster Pete United Canso Westcoast Pete West 6.1 2V4 2.55 Silver Standard Valley Copper .93 4.00 Acres Aquitaine BC Sugar C Pfd Block Bros Canbra Foods Cdn Pac Inv A Pfd Cdn Pacific Inv Carling O'Keefe A Pfd Carling O'Keefe B Pfd Comm Cap Corp Crestbrook Ind Crowsnest Ind Falcon Copper F M Trust 11.50 3.45 2.50 24.25 12.25 16.50 19.25 1.46 2.50 15.87V4 6.62V4 Petroleum Plains Pete Stampede Int'l Res MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn. Compound All Cdn. Dividend AH Cdn Ventures Amer Growth Fund A.G.F. Special Cdn. Invest Fund Eaton Commonwealth Eaton Leverage Eaton Int'l .09 .53 4.85 4.94 2.11 3.60 1.79 3.63 11.03 2.44 4.17 Genstar Home Oil A Home Oil 15.75 Investors Corp Invest Stock Fund Dreyfus Fund 3.49 8.07 Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil A Pfd Hugh Russell Husky Oil Husky Oil B Pfd Husky Oil E War Interprov Pipe War Interprov Steel Pipe Kaiser 17.00 25.50 48.00 12.25 31.00 3.65 1.63 11. 6214 In Shares Growth Equity Investors Growth Fund Investors Mutual Mutual Accumulating Nat. Resources N.W Cdn. N.W. Growth Principal Growth 4.68 9.02 4.36 4.80 3.36 3.93 3.36 3.07 5.04 Kaiser Res War Loblaw Co C Pfd Magnasonics Pacific 22.1214 1.30 Growth United Accumulative Universal Savings 3.42 6.15 3.78 TORONTO (CP) Gold shares led a sharp decline on the Toronto stock market in light mid-morning trading Tuesday. The gold index fell 11.2 to 396.27, base metals .54 to 59.95 and western oils 1.47 to 114.69. The industrial index, widely-based indicator of market trend, lost .98 to 153.89. MONTREAL (CP) Prices were lower in moderate trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today. The industrial index fell 2.00 to. 152.94. the composite 1.63 to 151.63, papers 1.16 to 104.53, utilities .77-to 118.30 and banks .62 to 204.95. Pacific Petroleum fell 1 to Imperial Oil A to Distillers Corp.-Seagrams Vz to Interprovin- cial Pipe Line to Canadian Pacific Ltd. to Domtar to Vt, Mercantile Bank Ve to and Alcan Vs to Dominion Stores rose Vz to and Price V8 to Among speculative issues, Silver Stack Mines fell 10 cents to 90 cents after trading shares. VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were up in early moderate trading on the Vancouver stock exchange Tuesday. In the industrials, Gestalt was up .03 at .45. In the mines, Colby mines was up .40 at In the oils, Cop-Ex was up one half cent to .12'A. "Declines outnumbered ad- vances by more than two to one, 147 to 51, with 124 issues unchanged. Among golds, Dome Mines fell to Campbell Red Lake to Dickenson V4 to and Camflo to Falconbridge Nickel dropped IVi to f20Vz, Fleetwood Corp. 60 cents to Noranda A to Market trends On the curb exchange, Host Ven- tures was up .03 at .39. Prices were up Monday in active trading. Volume was shares. In the industrials, Canadian Javelin was unchanged at lonarc up .01 at .31; Block Bros, down .10 at EDP Industries unchanged at .06; Mercuria unchanged at Canterra unchanged at .19. In the mines, Skaist up .07 at .35; Grandora down .05 at .61; Green Eagle down .03 at .25; Consolidated Beau- mont down .01 at .32; Hibernian up .05 at .20; Jackpot unchanged at .12. In the oils, Seneca Developments up .03 at .70; Bison Petroleum down .10 at Cop Ex Mining unchanged at .12; August Petroleum down .02'A at Galveston up .02 at Rainier Enterprises unchanged at .33. Volume on the curb exchange was shares. Tapin Copper was down .85 at Trevlac up .02 at .65; Abaca Resources up .02 at .41; Decade up .08 at .33; Consolidated Monarch up .02-at .34; Host Ventures up MVt at .36. Livestock Canadian Tire A Vi to and Distillers Corp. Vz to Huron and Erie rose to I25V2 and Price to Roman Corp. was off 1 to f9 and International Mogul 13 cents to Discovery Mines gained 40 cents to Total Pete slipped 10 cents to and Peyto five cents to Houston increased six cents to NEW YORK (AP) Recession and coal strike worries dealt the stock market its second sharp loss in a row Tuesday. The noon Dow Jones average of 30' industrials was down 9.62 at 593.40 only 9 points above the 12-year closing low it touched Oct. 4. Losers over- whelmed gainers by 9-to-2 in ac- celerated trading on the New York Stock Exchange. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index dropped .92 to 61.76. Gold issues retreated broadly after Treasury Secretary William E. Simon disclosed that the government was planning to sell two million ounces of gold Jan. 6, the week after private ownership of gold bullion by Americans is due to become legal. The NYSE composite index of all its listed common stocks was off .53 at 35.63. Canadian issues on the NYSE fell heavily today. Dome Mines was down 1% to Campbell Red Lake to and Seagrams to International Nickel slipped Vi to Alcan to and Canadian Pacific V8 to Calgary Hog prices Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities ot Canada) MINES Acme .06 Advocate Asb. 1.05 Akaitcho 1.55 Bralorne 1-35 Broulan .34 Bethlehem s.l2vs Bovis 1-00 Brunswick 3.85 Can NW Land 2.25 Canada Tung. 2.45 Cassiar 2.60 Central Pat. .76 Chimo -88 Conwest 2.25 Cons. Rambler 2.00 Coin Lake .14 Cochenour 1.19 Craigmont 3.25 Dickenson Mines Denison Mines 37.00 O'Eldona .23 Dome Mines 45.00 Discovery Mines 1-80 East Malartic 3.60 East Sullivan 1-70 Falconbridge 25 50 Frobex .10 First Maritimes .35 Giant Y.K. Granduc 1-20 riollmger A 22.50 Hudson Bay A 13.12% Hydra Ex. .51 Iron Bay 4.25 Iso -70 Joliet Quebec .17 Kerr Addison 10.00 Key Anacon .15Vz Labrador 24.00 Lake Shore 4.10 Langis Silver .09 Madsen R.L. .47 Malartic G.F. 1.06 Martin McNeely -25 Maclntyre 32.75 Meta .09 Midrim .11 Intern Mogul 1.85 NuWest Homes 4.90 New Athona .18 New Calumet .14 Noranda 27.00 Norlex .16 Pine Point 25.00 Placer Dev. 14 75 Pax Exp. -84 Quebec Man .14'4 Rayrock .81 Radiore -16 Rio Algom 19.75 Roman Corp. 9.00 Sherritt Gordon 9.75 Steep ROCk .98 Sunmngdale 3.10 Tek Corp A 2.10 Texmoni United Canso 6.00 Western M'nes 2 07 WH Copper Mines 1.70 Wright Hargreaves 1.45 Willroy 1 66 Windfall .11 Yellowkmfe Bear 1.80 Zenmac .05 INDUSTRIALS Abitibi 10.12% Alcan 19-50 Algoma Steel 22.75 Aico Ind Agra Ind 4.50 Bell Tel 43.25 Brascan A 10.37'A BC Tel 46.75 Burns 862V4 BC Forest 11.62V4 BC Sugar 19-00 Bow Valley Ind 11.25 Cable 9.75 CAE Ind Cal Power 19.25 Canbra Foods 2.50 Can Cellulose 3.95 Carlmg O'Keefe 2.01 Chemcell 3.60 Coron Credit 1.55 CWN Gas Pfd 8.37V4 Cdn Ind Cdn Marconi 2.90 Cdn Vickers 11.50 Chrysler 7.50 CPR 13.00 Cominco 22.50 Cons Bathurst Cons Gas 13.75 Dist Seagrams 31.50 Dom Bridge 16.87V4 Domtar 21.00 Dom Textile Dom Stores 15.00 Dome Pete 15.75 Dofasco 20.25 Gen Mobile 1-'50 Grt Cdn Oil 5.25 Gen Motors 29.25 Grt Lakes Paper 17.25 Gulf Oil 20.00 Greyhound 11.87V4 Hawker Sid 4.00 Hiram Walker A 35.25 Huron Erie 25.25 Imperial Oil A 20.5C Imasca A 22.50 Int Nickel 20.25 Int Pipe 9.87V4 Inv Grp A 5.75 IU Int'l 9.12V4 IAC Ltd 17.62% Jannock 5.12Vi Kaps 1.40 Kel Douglas A 4.40 Laurentide 6.00 Loeb 2.25 Loblaw A 4.95 Metropolitan 10.75 Massey Ferg McMill Bloe'd 23.12V4 Moore Corp 39.00 Molsons A 13.62V4 Molsons B 12.25 Nachurs 6.62V4 North Cent 7.75 Peyto 2.26 Power Corp 8.62V4 Price Co 12.37V4 Rothmans 9.25 Shell CDA 10.25 Simpsons Simp Sears 9.00 Steel Can A 22.75 Selkirk A 10.75 Texaco 24.00 Trad Grp A 10.75 Trans Mtn Pipe 9.25 Trans Can Pipe 9.00 Union Carbide 15.50 Union Gas 7.25 Union Oil 8.00 United Siscoe 2.40 Versatile Mfg 5.12V? Westeel 17-25 Westons 18.75 Woodwards A 11.3714 BANKS Can Imperial 20.25 Montreal Nova Scotia 33.75 Royal 26.00 Tor Dom 31.37V4 CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. Tuesday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled head, mostly slaughter cattle. Trade was active with good local and eastern demands. Slaughter steers were steady but there were insufficient heifers sold early to establish quotations. Cows sold steady to strong. Steers. Al, A2: 48.50 to 50. A3: 47 to 48.50. Cows, Dl, D2: 17 to 18.50 D3: 16 to 17. D4: 13 to 16. Replacement cattle were in short supply. A few feeder steers weighing pounds and more sold at No hogs were sold to 11 a.m Feed prices WINNIPEG (CP) Wheat Board domestic feed grain prices Monday: 3 CW red spring wheat No. 1 feed barley 2.94Vz; No. 1 feed oats 1.93. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef tutures close Monday. Jan. 49.00; March 49.25A; May 47.50N. Friday's volume: No contracts. EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. Tuesday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Mon- day prices in brackets. Edmonton: 53.00 Calgary: 53.10 Lethbridge: Nil Fort Macleod: Nil Hogs sold to 11 a.m. 945, Hogs sold. Monday average 55.42. Sows average 29.60. Metals Gold futures WINNIPEG (CP) Gold futures, U.S. funds, Winnipeg Commodity Ex- change close Monday. 400-ounce contracts: Jan 75 186.60A; April 75 192.50B; July 75 198.60A; Oct 75 206.10; Jan 76 212.30A. Friday's volume: 527 contracts. lOOouoce contracts: Feb 75 189.10; May 75 195.00; Aug 75 201.50A; Nov 75 208.50A. Friday's volume: 252 contracts Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Controlled Foods International Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1974, 25 cents a share; 1973, 18 cents. Coseka Resources Ltd., year ended July 31: 1974. 1.9 cents a share; 1973, two cents. International Mogul Mines Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1974, 17 cents a share; 1973, The Island Telephone Co. Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1974, 82 cents a share; 1973, Oilex Industries Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1974, seven cents a share; 1973, no com- parable figures available. Pace Industries Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30. 1974, 12.4 cents a share; 1973, cents. Page Petroleum Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1974, two cents a share: 1973, three cents. Stafford Foods Ltd., three months ended Oct. 31: 1974, 18.7 cents a share; 1973, 17.3 cents. Steinberg's Ltd., 12 weeks ended Oct. 19: 1974. 47 cents a share; 1973, 41 cents. LONDON (AP) Monday closing metals in pound sterling per metric ton; silver in pence per troy ounce. Copper: Spot 587.5-588; futures 608- .5. Tin: Spot futures Lead: Spot 229-229.5; futures 218-219. Zinc: Spot 330-331; futures 331-332. Silver: Spot 197-.2; 3 months 203-.2. Currencies MONTREAL (CP) Tuesday's mid-day foreign exchange selling rates supplied by the Bank of Montreal: Denmark Kroner .1755 France franc 2185 Germany mark .4060 Japan yen .003340 Mexico peso .0805 Switzerland franc .3785 United States dollar .9915 United Kingdom pound 2.3200 U S S.R. ruble 1.3026 Quotations in Canadian funds. Chicago markets CHICAGO (AP) Commodity futures declined Monday over a broad area on major exchanges in the United States. Soybeans were down the 20 cents a bushel limit, soybean oil fell the limit of 100 points, or one cent a pound, while oats fell the six cents a bushel limit. Soybean meal, wheat, corn and iced broilers also were losers on the Chicago board of trade. Pork belly futures fell the limit of 150 points, while live hogs were down per hundredweight and live cattle futures lost per hundredweight. Shell eggs closed on a mixed tone, 50 puints lower in distant contracts. World sugar contracts, down a total of eight cents last week, fell the limit of two cents a pound. Silver futures also fell the limit of 20 cents an ounce as profit taking ex- panded. Copper futures closed about 100 points lower At the close. Soybeans were down the limit of 20 cents a bushel, Jan. Chicago wheat was five to lOVi lower, Dec. 4.80; Gulf wheat was un- changed, Dec. 5.11; corn was one- half to four lower, Dec 3.62Ms; and oats were four to six lower, Dec. l.BO'i. Grain quotations Monday: Wheat: Dec 4.80; Mar 4.99'A; May 5.02V4. July 4.69: Sept 4.76. Dec 4.80. Corn. Dec Mar 3.72'A; May 3.77; July 3.78Vz; Sept 3.65; Dec 3.25; Mar 3.27. Oats: Dec Mar 1.82; May 1.82; July 1.81; Sept 1.78; Dec 1 78'.'4. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Prices for most feed grains and rye were up slightly in active trading at mid-session Tuesday on the Winnipeg Commodity Ex- change. Oilseed prices remained down, but there were signs of strength as Van- couver rapeseed cut much of its losses earlier in the session Mid-session prices: Thunder Bay rapeseed: Dec. seven cents lower 8.36B; May seven lower 8.51B; July and Oct. inactive. Vancouver rapeseed: Jan. 10 lower 8.76B; March 2'A lower June six lower 8.48'AB; Sept. two higher 8.24B. Flax: Dec. 13 lower 10.43B; May 11 lower 10.53B; July two lower 10.40B; Oct. 10 lower 10.20B. Feed wheat: Dec. IVj higher May unchanged 3.80V4-, July and Oct. inactive. Montreal corn: Dec. inactive, March two lower 4.05B; May one lower 4.13B; July two lower 3.87A. Barley: Dec. 2V4 higher May two higher 3.05; July inactive. Oats: Dec. two higher 1.95; May two higher 1.90A; July inactive. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Tues- day was up 3-25 at 21-25. Pound sterling was up 13-100 at 93-100 In New York, the Canadian dollar was down 3-25 at 1-20. Pound sterling was down 3-20 at 7-20. Close 1056 1064 1042 1030 843 858 832 820 Rye: Dec. higher 2.98B; May five higher 3.15; July 5'A higher Oct. inactive. Grain quotes Monday basis Lakehead- High Low Flax Dec 1075 1056 May 1072 1064 Jly Oct Rapeseed Thunder Bay Dec May Jly Oct Rapeseed Vancouver Jan 889 886 886 Mar 892 869 869 June 859V2 84514 854 vi Sept 822 Rye Dec 300 294 294 May 318 310 310 Jly 304 Oct 308 Barley Dec 301V4 294'A 294'A May SlOVz 303 303 Jly 300 Oats Dec 194 Vt 193 193 May 193 188 188 Jly 184 Corn basis Montreal Dec 391 Mar 407 May 418 414 414 Jly" 389 Feed Wheat Dec 392 390 Vj 390 Vt May Jly 383 Vt Oct 383 Vt New York (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T T Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont General Motors Gulf Int. Harvester Kenn Copper Montgomery Ward Sears Exxon Texas Gull Texas Co Wix Corporation 41 75 Woolworth 9.50 1487V; Westinghouse Elec 8.50 U.S. Steel 37.00 762% Gen Tel Elec 17.25 28 75 TORONTO AVERAGES 20 Industrials 153.34 down 1.53 20 Golds 373.72 down 33.80 1675 10 Case Metals 59.16 down 1.33 15 Western Oils 113.01 down 3.15 36 25 Volume IS'OO NEW YORK AVERAGES 46 00 Industrials 593 39 down 9.62 61 25 20 Rails 143.99 down 2.36 2725 15 Utilities 66.04 down .41 20 65 Stocks 194.44 down 2.86 8 75 Volume Qae-tim Barton Sets ami Mi Copy Banks Business Forms OUR-HIGH SPEED, ROLL FED BUSINESS FORMS PRESS IS AT YOUR SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE ;