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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Ftbruiry 4, 1075 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 18 up; gold Herald mid-morning trade TSE prices drop sharply TORONTO (CP) The To- The industrial index was off where profit-taking and a ronlo slock market Tuesday .97 to 179.44, golds 1.39 to negative reaction to President reversed its recent upward 367.84, base metals .26 to 66.44 Gerald Ford's budget speech trend with prices falling and western oils 1.96 to 153.43. caused a broad decline in.ear-sharply in active mid-morning The trend was the same as ly trading, trading. that on the New York market The Toronto market had closed higher in nine of the 10 Marlrat tranria previous sessions in a resump-mariMH irenas tion of a strong January rally. VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were 1'rices were mixed in moderate zn'mn down in moderate trading today on the trading Monday. Volume was -.JT'TT: snares> "P [Tom Vancouver Stock Exchange. Early shares. SUb.UOO at the Same time Mon-volunie was shares. In industrials, Newmark was un- day. In the industrials, Venture Proper- changedat 1.40; Venture unchanged at Declines outnumbered ad-ties was unchanged at .35. In the 35; Block Brothers down 15 at 3.05; 177 ,n, mines. Geo-Dyne was up and in Kaiser up 12Vz cents at 17. MIILIS in to iiu wim iw the oils, Payette International was up Dalton, in the mines, was up 03 at 1SSU6S Unchanged. .Olal.18. .40: Consolidated Fortune Channel IBM fell 1 to The curb exchange had a volume of gained .04 at .22; Cutlass dropped .04 at Chrysler 1 to Bow changed at Iflii n rease censa Valley Vz to Noranda A in the oils, plains Pete dropped .oi to and Great Lakes al .11; Stampede eased .01 at .65; Paper to Livfistocli i 7t f i, n Monarch Investments rose 1 CalOSry curb volume was shares, to Mtndamar 19'cents to Granger was up .oi at .33 and 66 cents, International Mogul CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 gamed .06 at .66. 15 cents to and Camflo a.m. Tuesday at the Calgary public MONTRFAI (f-Pl Prim fell vii- to stockyards totalled 920 head, mostly CP) Prices fell yic-choice slaughter steers. Trade was se ling pressure Tuesday moderately active to dull on slaughter Montreal Stock Exchange and yu steers and heifers and active on cows, rinded with a broad decline in all Winnipeg grain bunslhwLe0onaoIferyS'CadyPr'CeS'NO 182'07' the 1-16 I" Flax continued to make good gains, Steers A1A2 383930 A3- 3738 0.82 to 106.54 and utilities 0.17 to while feed grains were unchanged to Heifers Al A2-' 14 'lo' Al- 12 I35'59' SeVeral CcntS it m- imperial Oil A declined to S26, Monday's volume of trade was TO IB Consolidated Bathursl 14 to J26, Pan 000 bushels of feed wheat, of A few Bond feeder steers weiohina 0cCan Oil to Moorc CorP- to oals' I-367-000 tarieJ. W-000 W-mmnttjnViSVwVrplraHSlal Montreal of flax and of more than 750 pounds were traded at issues Blson rapeseed. There was no trading in Hogs f.o.b. to 11 a.m.: 53.85. Petroleum was off to I5'A on tur- corn. 6 nover of shares. Mid-session prices: Thunder Bay rapeseed: May un-LJ nvioAa NEW YORK (AP) Profit-taking changed 7.00A; July four lower 7.13A; nOg priCCS aftermorethanamonthofsharpgains Oct. and Nov. not open, pushed the stock market broadly lower Vancouver rapeseed: Mar 44 higher EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 Tuesday i" another session of heavy June higher 7.09'AB; Sept. a.m. Tuesday provided by the Alberta aclivily- hiSher 8.93B; Nov. not open. Hog Producers' Marketing Board The noon Dow average of 30 May 30 higher 8.45A; July 29 Monday's prices in brackets Industrials as off 6.57 at 704.87. Losers higher 8.24; Oct. eight higher 7.01B; Edmonton- held more than a 3-to-l edge on gainers Nov. eight higher 7.66B. Feed wheat: Calgary 53 85 (54 64) al the New York Stock Exchange May nisner July unchanged Lethbridjje-'Nil (54 13) At 'he American Stock Exchange. 3-WB; Oct. not open. Corn: Mar., May Fort Macleod- Nil (55 85) lhc market-value index as down .66 at and July not open. Barley: May Hogs sold to 11 a.m.' 239. Hogs sold 73-M- ll'e'le1' 2-78'AA; higher 'Monday. average 54 75 Sows The NYSE's composite Index of all 2-73B' Oct- unchanged 2.62A. Oats: -average 33 65 its listed common stocks dropped .30 to May SA higher 1.85A; July Vi higher 41.08. 1.82B; Oct. not open. Rye: May two Among Canadian issues on the higher 2.6714B; July two higher J___l_ NYSE- Hiram Walker was up to 2.62'AA; Oct. not open. UlViaenaS Grain quotes Monday basis Bv THF pppsc Campbell Red Lake was down to Lakenead: Corporate dMdendsTrfday, Dome Mines ;A to and High Low Close quarterly unless otherwise noted. Alcan was unchanied si w Mav 830 lit 811 Near (AP) The 1 dollar continued to strengthen J in Europe today folllowing an- 1 nouncement of official Euro- pean-United States interven- Miscellaneous tion in the money markets to support the American curren- Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Doherty Limited The dollar was quoted at 1fiR7 marts in Frankfurt un WESTERN OILS Magnasomcs l.eo marp in r "P AND MINES pacinc Pele from 2.3565 marks late Mon- Alton Mines 3 so Pe-Ben oiitieid 3.65 day; at 2.5475 Swiss francs in Albany oil .32 Royal Trust 23.25 Zurich, up from 2.5266; and at Uf TeTeftne 4.3650 French francs in Paris, Asamera 9.00 Traders Pld 10.62'A compared with late wSieid Minerals ijo Monday. Brenda Mines 3.25 Weston A Pld 53.00 Tn T nnrinn trip nnimrl was Cda Southern 2.26 Whitepass 6.50 in Lonaon, me pouna was PIPELINE STOCKS worth down from cdn Homestead 3 40 Alia Gas A 12.37V4 3735 Monday Cdn Ind Gas Alta Gas Pld 55.25 'London's five major gold 27 5u Gal BSrS" 'HS dealers fixed the price for chieftan oev 5.25 Gas Metro A pid 50.00 troHino t17B tlQB Dome Pete Inland Natural Gas 8.37 A morning trading at Dynasty 875 N 8 c Gas less than Monday's close. Nufort Res N 8 c B Pld 20.00 Arthur Rums r-hnirman nf Giant'MascOl .72 Tr-Cda Pipe 10.50 Artnur Burns, cnairman ot Gibrallar Mines 460 Tr.cda A PW 56.50 the U.S. Federal Reserve Granisie 12.50 Tr-Cda B pfd 32.25 Board, met during the 7.50 Tr-Cda Pipe War 95 j r j -iifi. j Lochiel Explor 1.20 West Trans 21.50 weekend in London With heads Lyttc.n Minerals 1 24 West Trans War 2.25 of the Swiss National Bank North cdn on 3.50 CALGARY inH tho RimrWhanlr Wost NumaC Oil 11.25 Acroll and tne BunaesDank, west Pancdn Pele 10 Barorls Oii .05 Germany's state bank. On Pan ocean 9.50 N. Continental .02 Mnnrlav a snnkpuman for Hip Pelrol 1-3? Western Warner .16 ivionaay a spoilsman lor tne 65 VANCOUVER Swiss bank announced that piace Gas .27 MINES they had agreed to go into the 20 '73 market and buy dollars when scurry' Ra'm Dankoe 2.35 necessary to maintain orderly Seibens Davenport .67 Spooner .25 Lornex 4.80 commons. 550 Norlhair Mines 2.07 A report from Brussels Said Ulster Pete .68 Primer .12V4 H'lirnnpan rpnfral hanks United Canso 7.75 Pyramid .05V4 European central oariKs Weslcoast Pete 390 silver standard 1.21 bought a total of million West Decalta 4.35 Valley Copper 5.50 Key ,ndustSUSTRIALS .06 the Bank or England, the Ban- Acres Ltd 7.00 wardair 1.35 que de France and the Aquitaine OILS Nefhprlanrk National Rank BC Sugar C Pld 11.50 August Petroleum .17 iNetnenanas ivationai aanK Bros 3 10 Pete .10 taking part. Canbra Foods 3.25 Stampede Int'l Resources .65 Cdn A Pld 29.25 MUTUAL FUNDS Cdn Pac Inv 14.75 All Cdn. Compound 5.07 ________ narlinq A Pld ?n.5n All Cdn. Dividend Cool and wet Weather over much of Canada is expected to be cool and wet over the next 30 days according to the U.S. Weather Bureau's long range forecast. Temperatures are expected, to be below normal with precipitation above normal over the next 30 days. This is not a specific forecast and changes may U.S. to propose guaranteed floor price for oil WASHINGTON (Reuter) price for oil once alternative United States State Secretary energy sources are developed. Henry Kissinger said Monday The current price of oil is the U.S. will propose this; about a barrel. week the establishment of a Addressing the National guaranteed flodr price for oil Press Club, Kissinger outlined to protect investments in the proposals that the United development of alternative States will make at the sources of energy. meeting in Paris Wednesday And in a challenge to the oil- of the board of governors of producing countries, he said the international energy they could accept this floor agency and he gave a which would be sub- point proposed agenda for an stantially lower than the eventual preparatory meet-current oil or run the ing of oil producers and the risk of a dramatic drop in the consuming countries. EMBARGO FEARED Kissinger said that only oil WOfK conservation and the ment of new sources of x coal, shale oil, oil Ip sands, coal gasification and li-OIl Hi 3 1 OH quification, nuclear breeder reactors, fusion and solar can protect the t dustrialized world from a new vjCIlll C oil embargo. TORONTO (CP) The But he warned that; the three companies sharing development of new energy interest in the Toronto Eaton sources will reduce the de-Centre announced Monday mand for oil and lead to a that the centre's Pnce drop, first phase will include more "Inexpensive imported oil than 250 stores and could then jeopardize the in-restaurants, two office vestment made in the alterna-buildings and parking ga- tive he said. raSes- "Thus paradoxically, in After 10 years of planning, ordf the major in-digging at the site in the vestments in the industriahz-downtown area began last countries that are needed May and the first phase is un- to the international oil der construction The first pnces down, we must ensure stages will be completed in that the price for oil on the do-late 1976 and the final stages mf tlc -mar.ket f oes, fal1 n 1981, the companies said in below a certain level." a news release. Kissinger said that the Cadillac Fairview Corp. United States will propose Ltd. developer of the centre, Wednesday that the major oil-has a 60-per-cent interest. The importing countries agree T. Eaton Co. Ltd. and Toronto that thfiy wil1 not allow Im' Dominion Bank each have a ported oil to be sold 20-per-cent interest. domestically at prices that would undercut the new The first phase will be on sources of energy. 10 V'z acres and the building area will be more than 3.2 He suggested that either a million square feet, the news common floor price could be release said. With the addition set the international energy of the four-acre second phase, aScncy could establish a com-the centre 'will cover five city mon tarlff ml imports. blocks. The Organization of Petro-The centre will have open leum Exporting Countries and enclosed areas. A three- would have a choice, level shopping street will be ne said-enclosed, the news release "They can accept a cant price reduction now in It said that about per- return for stability over a sons will work within the longer period or they can run centre and that by 1976, about the risk of a dramatic break in 1.8 million persons will be prices when the program of within half-hour commuting alternative sources begins to time of the centre. pay he drop in GM earnings DETROIT (AP) General Motors Corp. reported Monday 1974 earnings of million, down 60 per cent from the firm's record performance in 1973. It was. the auto giant's worst earnings performance since 1970, when the company was hit by a 67-day strike, and the second worst since 1961. Sales were the second highest in GM's history at billion, down 12 per cent from billion in record 1973. Earnings in 1973 were billion. GM announced for the first time since 1946 a cut in its regular stock dividend. GM Chairman Thomas Murphy said board of directors reduced the regular common stock dividend for the first quarter of 1975 to 60 cents a share, down from 85 cents a share in the first quarter of 1974. In the second quarter of 1946, GM cut its dividend to 50 cents from 75 cents a share. A strong fourth quarter performance accounted for more than half the firm's 1974 profits. Earnings in the period were million on record sales of billion. GM earned million in the fourth quarter of 1973 on sales of billion. The record for the quarter was million set in 1972. Murphy said the cut in the dividend was designed "to help General Motors maintain a financial position that will enable it to take ad-Vantage of the anticipated future growth of the business." "Our profit position remains under extreme pressure and our selling prices are low in relation to he said. "At the same time, our capital spending continues relatively high due to the anticipated requirements of the B Pfd 21.25 All Cdn. Ventures 2.13 Com Capital 2.00 American Growth Fund 3.75 Creslbrook Forest 4.00 A.G.F. Special 2.02 Crowsnest Indus 20.00 Eaton Commonwealth 12.04 Falcon Copper 7.87Vi Eaton Leverage 2.74 F M Trust 4.55 Eaton Inn Venture 5.01 Genstar 17.37V4 Corp. Investors 5.26 Home Oil A 23.87V? Corp Investors Stock Fund 3.97 'Home Oil B 21.00 Dreyfus Fund U.S. 8.92 Hud Bay Co Grouped Income Shares 2.49 Hud Bay Oil 25.00 Investors Growth Fund 10.4S Hud Bay A Pfd 31.00 Investors Mutual '4.95 Hugh Russell C Pfd 57.50 Mutual Accumulating 5.06 Husky Oil 16.25 Nat. Resources 8.55 Husky Oil B Pld N.W. Cdn. 4.44 Husky Oil E War 5.1 2'A N.W. Growth 3.78 Inter Pipe War 2.10 Principal Growth 3.4B Inter S 8, P 15.00 Templeton Growth 7.02 Kaiser Res 7.00 United Accumulative 3.82 Kaiser Res War 4.20 Universal Savings 7.01 Loblaw C Pfd 26.50 Vanguard 4.23 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) M'NES Burns 10.50 Acme ,08'A B.C. Forest 14.50 Advocate Asb. 1.21 B.C. Sugar 20.50 Akaitcho 1.55 Bow Valley Ind 1312V4 Bralorne 1.26 Cable 13.00 Broulan .37 CAE Ind 7.00 Bethlehem 9.00 Calgary Power 24.37VS Bovis 1.25 Canbra Foods 3.25 Brunswick 3.S5 Can Cellulose Can. NW Land 3.40 Carling O'Keele 2 46 Canada Tung. 3.20 Chemsell 3 75 Cassiar 4.30 C.W.N. Gss Ptd 8.00 Central Pat. .85 Cdn-indus Chlmo .90 Cdn Marconi 3.30 Conwest 2.60 Cdn Vickers 13.00 Cons. Rambler 1.65 Chrysler 1025 Coin Lake .17 c.P.R. 15.75 Cochenour 1.07 Cominco 27.25 Craigmont 3.50 Cons Bathurst 25.75 Dickenson Mines 7.25 Cons Gas 15 75 Denison Mines Dist Seagrams 35.12V4 1 D'Eldona .31 Dom Bridge 21 00 Dome Mines 45.50 Domtar Dscovery Mines 2.11 Dom Textile 6.75 East Malartic 3.40 Dom Stores 17.00 East Sullivan 1.66 Dome Pete 2375 Fa conbridge 29.00 Dofasco 24 50 Frobex .18 Glen Mob Homes 1.55 First Maritimes .37 Gt Cdn Oil Sds 7 Giant Y.K. 10.00 Gen Motors 30.1214 Granduc 1.30 Gt Lakes Paper 16.00 Hollinger A 27.50 Gulf Oil Cda 28.00 Hudson Bay MSS A 15.75 Greyhound Lings -14.50 Hydra Ex. .49 Hawker Sid 5.00 Iron Bay 4.85 Hiram Walker A 39.25 Iso 1.02 Huron Erie 24.87V4 Joliet Quebec .23 imp Oil A 26 00 Kerr Addlson 10.6214 Imasca A 27.50 Key Anaoon .24 Int Nickel 24.75 Labrador 32.00 Int Pipe 13.50 Lake Shore 3.10 !nv Group A 7.00 Langis Silver .13VS I.U. International 11.12V4 Madsen R.L. .63 IAC 18.62'A Malartic G.F. 1.01 Jannock 6.50 Martin McNeely Kaps 2.15 Maclntyre 41.00 Kelly Doug A Mela .11 'A Laurentide 8.25 Midrim .11 Loeb 3.40 Intern Mogul 3.45 Loblaw A 6.00 NuWest Homes 6.75 Metro Stores 13.00 New Athona .20 Massey Ferg 14.62'A NewColument .16 McMillan Bloe 24.50 Noranda Moore Corp 43.25 Northgate 3.50 Molsons A Norlex .16 Molsons B 1650 Pine Point 28.00 Nachurs 8.00 Placer Dev. 15.50 North Cent 10.87VS Pax Exp. 1.20 Peyto 3.85 Quebec Man .13 Power Corp 900 Rayrock 1.00 Price Co 14.12V4 Radiore .22 Rothmans 10.75 Rio Algom 24.00 Shell CDA 14.12y2 Roman Corp. Simpson's Sherritt Gordon 6.25 Simp Sears 10.50 Steep Rock 1.15 Steel of Can A 28.3714 Sunningdale 3.75 Selkirk A 14.00 Tek Corp. A 3.10 Texaco' 32.00 Texmont Trad Group A 13.37V4 United Canso 7.62Vi- Tr Mtn Pipe 10.25 Western Mines 1.80 Tr Can Pipe WH Copper Mines 1.60 Union Carbide 18.00 Wright Hargreaves 1.10 Union Gas 912V4 Willroy 1.32 Union Oil 8.25 Windfall United Siscoe 3.80 Yellowknife Bear 2.35 Versatile Mfg 6.62V: Zenmac .06Vz Westeel TORONTO INDUSTRIALS Weston's Abilibi 9.12Vi Woodwards A 21.87V; Alcan 19.50 Algoma Steel 29.00 BANKS Atco Ind 16.12V4 Cdn Imp Agra Ind 6.50 Montreal 14.50 Bell Tel 45.75 Nova Scotia 38.75 Brascan A Royal 29.75 B.C. Tel 53.50 Tor-Oom 38.50 New York (Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada) Ami'TST 48.50 Westlnghouse Elec 11.50 Anaconda 16.00 US Steel 47.37 V, Bath Steel Gen Tel Elec 20.75 cSmlaY TORONTO AVERAGES 20 indusimls 179.39 down 1.02 Int Harvester ?l'nn 10 Base Metals 66.38 down .32 Kenn Coomr 15 Western Oils 153.40 down 1.99 ilielvi Volume 1.391.000 Sears 58.50 NEW YORK AVERAGES Exxon 73.62V4 20 Industrials 705.25 down Foods Lid., 12 cents, March a unchanged at May 830 815 815 15, record Feb. 15. 'ra Crown Life Insurance Co., 30 cents, Nnt ra Chicago markets Bay S E March 3 modity .futures on United States mid- Oct 695 Giant 'Yellowknife Mines Ltd 10 exchanges closed tower Monday. Nov 645 cents, initial, March 28, record March- A cmajor exception was wheat. Rapeseed Vancouver 17 Soybean oil fell the allowable limit Mar 720 715 716'A Montreal Trust Co., 15 cents, points or one c-ent a pound, for MS 706 decrease of five cents, Feb. 28, record the second straight day on the Chicago Spt 688% 685 686 Feb 15 Board Trade. Soybeans touched the May 269 263 26544 Northern and' Central Gas Corp "mil lower, 20 cents a bushel, but the Jly 263 25914 ZSOVz Ltd., 17 cents, increase of two cents, oss shaTOli seren cents in a Oct 245'4 buying and short Barley scries, 65 cents, March 1. record Feb. covering. Soybean meal was down May 280 273% 14; first pfd. second series, 67.5 cents, f at March 15, record Feb. 28- seconded Wheat futures rallied m the closing Oct. 262 series A. 26.5 cents, Feb. 1, record Jan minutes and as prices rose many early Oals 17- second pfd series B 375 cents saw their profits disappear as May 18514 184 184C-I Feb. 15 record Jan 31 junior pfd' 'ought to cover positions. Oats 180% first series 17 s Miivh 11 and corn prices were irregular. Oct rectdMariH 3'' Gold futures on U.S. excLges gain- Cor. basis Montreal Premier Trust Co Lid 20 cents about per generally Mar 346 AprifrrecSd March 14 following the movement of cash gold in May 362 St. Lawrence Corp. Ltd.. 40 cents, incentive. Jly 360 May 1, record April 1; five-per-cen Jve cat 'e' antl belly miit pfd. series A, April 25, record .Mures on the Chicago Mercantile Ex- May 376 375 376 March 25 change closed on an irregular tone, Jly 372 Texaco Canada Ltd., 39 cents, Feb. shell eggs posted a small gain. Oct 361 28, record Feb 10 Sllver futures rose four cents an Third Canadian General Investment "changes, but Trust Ltd., 15 cents, plus an extra of rade was dul1' Cotton and coP'ler aWeei pflCOS five cents, March 14, not March 15 as rosl! n. reported by the Toronto Su8ar fell the limit of 2 cents, FLAX. 1CW 7.51 jCW 7.46, 3CW Stock Exchange, record Feb. 28. cocf Alined up to 200 6 M. WHEAT: 3CWRS 3.22te, 3 Utility points and orange juice futures were 102V4 RYE. 2CW 2JJVl 3CW i down 50 points. ,rw M1. HATC- T At the close, wheat was 1 to 6 cents a 1TO PfSri 142't' RAPE- 1 Earnings Can 6-47' Can 3'Can THE CANADIAN PRESS 4% lower to higher, March 3.0714 Canadian wheat board selUng prices AlLCan Holdings Ltd., year ended Thunder Bay. Aug. 31: 1974, J960.586, Sl.ll a share; M H WHEAT: 3 Utility 4.04'.i; OATS: 1 1973, 58 cents. Wneat- Ma J8S- Jul 3 75- Feed I-8914- 2 Feed BARLEY: Dec. 31: 1974, nopershare figures available; 1973 2 Mar m Mapr Mw M Braoulu Consolidated Devel- ,.55. Jul Lsoy 44 rjec 1 50. -opments Ltd., year ended Nov. 30: CllTTGnCIGS 1974, 44 cents a share; 1973, BIIHWW 49 cents. Canadian Canners Lid., six months MONTREAL (CP) Tuesday's ended Nov. 1974, a DoHSI" VfllUfi midday foreign exchange selling rates share; 1973. 84 cents. by of MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in sreo" Gold futures -1MO sterling was off 16-25 at 8-2S. Germany mark '.4300 WINNIPEG (CP) Gold Mures, ln .lar Hungary forint .0418 U.S. funds, Winnipeg Commodity Ex- Ilaly change close Monday. was 7-M at V-36 I3-20- Japan yen .0034015 400-OUNCE CONTRACTS: Mexico peso .0804 Apr 75 178.30A; Jly 75 182.10B; Netherlands guilder .4200 Oct 75 Jan 76 190.50B. nrijoaa sfia P63513 -0182 Friday's volume: 136 contracts. iCCO pHCwS Sweden kroner .2550 100-OUNCE CONTRACTS: Switzerland franc .4025 Feb 75 176.00; May 75 180.40A; WINNIPEG (CP) Wheat board United States dollar 1.0030 Aug 75 184.25B; Nov 75 188.00A; domestic feed grain prices Monday: 3 United Kingdom pound Feb 193. 10A. CW redspring wheat 4.85Vn: No. 1 feed. 'U.S.S.R. ruble 1.3545 Friday's volume: 206 contracts. barley No. 1 feed oals Quotations in Canadian funds. SALE OR LEASE! U.S. cattle value lowest in 5 years WASHINGTON (AP) The the beginning of last year. year, totalling a record 131.8 value of the United States cat- The average value of cattle million head on Jan. 1. tie inventory dropped 48 per dropped to ahead, the In a separate report, the cent last year to billion, lowest average at the start of agriculture department's out-the lowest in five years, the a year since 1969. The look and situation board said agriculture department said averrage was an animal cattle slaughter, which has Monday. on Jan. 1, 1974, and at the been at record levels in sq. ft., Sprinklered; Rail Service, Immediately! Location: 111 11th Street South, Lethbridge Call 328-1705 Or 253-7155 (Calgary) 24 hours value, computed as of Jan. 1, The report showed the U.S. year-earlier levels this JSl'rlSL.iinn IS? HBAL BTATI CO LTD compared with billion at cattle herd grew again last winter. wooiworth 12.90 Volume ri, ;