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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 13, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 Herald- Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal Midland Doberly Limited WESTERN OILS AND MINES Afton Mines Albany Oil Alia East Gas Alminex Asamera Ashland BP Canada Brenda Mines Cda South Cdn Ex Gas Cdri Homestead Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Chieltan Dev Dome Pete Dynasty Nulorl Res Giant Mascot Gibraltar Mines Granisle Gt Cdn Oil S Lochiel Ex Lytton Min North Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn Pete Pan Ocean Petrol Paloma Place Gas Ponder Ranger Oil Scurry Rain Seibens Spooner Total Pete Ulster Pete United Canso West Pete West Decalta MISCELLANEOUS to and In the industrials. Venture was down International Nickel V-i to .02 at .31; Canterra down .04 at .31: Massey Ferguson was down Mi to Canadian Javelin unchanged at Austin unchanged at .39; Jolly Hiram Walker was unchanged at Jumper unchanged at .12; Newmark and Canadian Pacific at Chicago markets CHICAGO {API -Farm commodity Soybean oil came under late profit futures tumbled under widespread taking and as prices fell, soybeans and profit taking Wednesday. meal eased, followed by wheat and Pork bellies fell the limit of 150 corn. Before the selloffs. wheat had points, or cents a pound, on the been up some eight cents and corn Chicago Mercantile Exchange, mark- about three, ing the third straight limit decline for At the close of grain trade, soybeans some months in the contract. Live hog were 12 ro 15 cents a bushel lower, futures lost per hundredweight wheat was unchanged to 3 and live cattle fell 95 cents. lower. March corn was IVj to Soybean oil futures closed the limit 2'A lower, March and oats were of 100 points lower. This represented a 1 lower to higher, March decline of one cent a pound. Soybeans Grain quotations Wednesday: fell up to 15 cents on the Chicago Board Wheat: Mar May 4.01; Jul of Trade and soybean meal was down 3.84; Sep 3.89; Dec 3.97. Corn: Mar about a ton. 3.10; May 3.13; Jul 3.13; Sep 2.98: Dec Wheat and corn fell about three Mar 2.86. Oats: Mar J.ofiVz; cents a bushel, while oats were un- May 1.5TO; Jul L5IV4; Sep 1.47; Dec even. I'.54. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Prices moved Iower 6.69A; July lower down rate Hog she increase EDMONTON (CP) A shortage of hogs in Alberta nas caused layoffs at one packing plant and a sharp drop in hog sales, union and CRANBROOK, B.C. (CP) industry spokesman report. Five companies and five individual citizens have filed objections to natural gas rate AVTll ncreases in the East llUrilCr Kootenay area. Dave Newlands, director of 1 1 utility regulations for the til IP" lit O British Columbia Energy VJ Commission, said submissions will be considered at Herald Legislature Bureau a public hearing here Feb. 25. EDMONTON Agriculture Columbia Natural Gas Ltd., Minister Hugh Homer which serves about area Wednesday blamed retail customers, was granted rate stores and the packing in-ncreases ranging between 39 dustry for the plight of many and 47 per cent by the com- Alberta cattle raisers, mission. The rates went into His remarks came after a effect on an interim basis distraught member of a Nov. i. National Farmers Union Objections were filled by delegation interrupted the Cominco Ltd., Crow's Nest In- afternoon sitting of the dustries, Crestbrook Pulp and legislature from a public Paper Ltd., Kaiser Resources gallery. Ltd., and Fordirig Coal Ltd. Ellis Skogstad of Barrhead Columbia Gas has also filed shouted from a gallery that a submission, Mr. Newlands "no meaningful assistance" is said. being offered cattlemen. He He said a preliminary was led from the gallery by a meeting Feb. 24 will explain security officer and said later the procedures followed by 'hat he rose "on impulse" to the commission before the protest lack of government public hearing nelP to cow-calf operators. The NFU delegation met earlier with Dr. Homer. _, The minister rejected an liiBB DriCG NFU suggestion 'for cash aid F to cattle raisers because the government already had loan-_' ed out more than million in lilCiy UlOp interest free loans, cash aid would cost another EDMONTON (CP) The the 10-oer-cent reduction in credibility" of agriculture, national egg quotas announc- criticized retail ed last week by the Canadian A.F. A.M. ARE URGED TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF OUR LATE BROTHER THOMAS ORR CHAPMAN FRIDAY, FEB. 14 3P.M. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH originally adopted bv CEMA has proved too large. It las allowed the banking trade to pay less than half what it costs to produce eggs, he said. PALLISER DISTILLERS "We can no longer afford to APPOINTMENT Similar to a program an- Ray Morion nounced earlier on electric ap- Mr. E. H. Kott, Western Manager, pliances, the rebates will be Distillers Limited, Lcth-narlp rlirwtlv from the far bridge. Alberta, announces the ap-maae directly trom tne tac- of Mr Ray Morlon as tory, regardless of place 'of Manager, Southern Alberta. mrchase and price. The Mr. Morton has been associated jrogram will end March 31. with the beverage alcohol industry for a number of years. He will be responsible for the following Pailiscr and associated ranyc of DUSK DANGEROUS products: Pailiscr Reserve, Colony Most fatal road accidents in BW bcl and Golden .inter occur between 5 and 8 S .m. when the light is bad and white Rum, Popov Vodka, 6uto treets are often slippery. Rare Old Scotch Whisky, La Com Pavilion and Aggressive Male or Female to manage small Real Estate Company. Must have experience. APPLY TO BOX 141, HERALD lower in all commodities as activity Oct. and Nov. not open, picked up at mid session Thursday on Vancouver rapeseed: Mar. six lower the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange. 6.90B; June six lower 6.88'AB; Sept. Most losses were small, with 7'A lower 8.69B; Nov. 7'4 lower 6.58B. oilseeds bearing the brunt of the price F'ax: May one higher 8.77B; July 5% drop. lower 8.33'A; Oct. nine lower 8.20A; Wednesday's volume of trade was Nov. not open. Feed wheat: May bushels of feed wheat, of changed July and Oct. not open, oats, of barley, of rye, Corn: Mar. unchanged 3.SOA; May and of flax and of rapeseed. July not open. Barley: May six lower There was no trading in corn. July one lower 2.66A; Oct. not MID-SESSION PRICES: open. Oats: May one lower Thunder Bay Rapeseed: May 11 July lower 1.79A; Oct. not open. Rye: May lower July 2V4 lower 2.59'M; Oct. not open. Livestock street prices Calgary per bushel street prices Wednesday quoted by Country Elevator Associa-CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 lion Calgary, a.m. Thursday at the Calgary public FLAX 8.12, 2CW 8.07, 3CW stockyards totalled 570 head, mostly RVE 2CW 2.1214, 3CW 2.07V4, slaughter steers and cows. Trade was 4C" 82'A. Ergoty 1.70'A; active on steers, moderately active on RAPESEED [Canada 6.35, 2Canada heifers, and strong on cows and bulls. 6-10' 4.85. Good-condition slaughter steers sold Feed Grains basis 43 cents CWT 50 cents higher, meeting a broad local trei8h' demand. Heifers, of average condition, 3CWRS sold 51 lower. Cows traded at fully- 3MV'- OATS 2feed 1.40; steady prices. Bulls sold fully steady. BARLEY IFeed 2.26, 2feed 2.22. Steers, Al. A2: 34 to 35.30. A3: 33 to _ Canadian wheat board selling prices 34. Heifers, A1.A2: 32 to 32.70. A3: 31 V to 32. Cows, Dl. to 23.50. D3: WHEAT Mlhly 4.05V.; OATS f 20 to 21.50. D4: 18 to 20. Bulls, good: BARLEY J 18.50to21.75. Ifeed 2.75, 2feed 2.7314. There were no feeder cattle on processing QC ijystems oi-imitea 1 003 4th South, Lethbridge Telephone 329-4426 Jjata tJerviccs SALE "THE WESTERN NUGGET" "LOST 20 Woodland Feat of RivBr and Creak Fronlaga Square tool Swimming Pool Wading Pool Playground Facllitiaa Modern Wavnrooma GunilM YoiniH I if UM enterpriH developed only to the fringe of ila potential SYNDICATE SUGGESTED IMMEDIATE POSSESSION NOTRIFLERSPIEASE No hogs were sold to n a.m. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. Thursday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Wednesday prices in brackets. Edmonton: 52.65 (53.041. Calgary: 52.70 Lethbridge: Nil Fort Macleod: Nil Hags sold to 11 a.m. 276. Hogs sold Wednesday average 53.05. Sows average 35.25. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon Thursday was up 3-50 at 1-5. Pound sterling was off 1-50 at S2.39 12. 25. In New York, the Canadian dollar was off 3-50 at 4-5. Pound sterling was off 17-100 at J2.39. Currencies MONTREAL (CP) Thursday's mid-day foreign exchange selling rates supplied by the Bank of Montreal: Bermuda dollar 1.0100 France franc .2350 Germany mark .4330 Italy lira .OOIB10 Japan ycr, .0034800 Mexico peso .0815 Spain peseta .Olftl Switzerland franc .1050 United States dollar LOOM United Kingdom pound 2.42 U.S.S.R. ruble 1.3545 Quotations in Canadian funds. The name tells you it's an exceptional whisky. DOUBLE DISTILLED Canadian Whisky The name also tells you why it tastes so good CANADIAN DISTILLERS LIMITED ;