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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Service QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, ife by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALB a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Jefferson Lake. i.MVi Gr Eqully 5.36 livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to a.m. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) On offra Upward Disinteg TORONTO (CP) Price rose fractionally in light mid morning trading today as thill on comparable city property. Home-owner Ian Carley in the subdivision is chairman of a spontaneously organized committee with a member from each of the five streets canvassing all homes for petition signature. If support is strong snough, and so far only a few lave resisted the move, the petition will be submitted to the :ity. The extension could be enacted- then without vote, providing it were advertised and here was no Cranbrook rate-layer counter petition for a vote. Advantages to the, area would start with city fire-protection. The city would benefit from he added property assessments and population for per capita President For Panarctic CALGARY (CP) Charle R. Hetherington, 50, of Van couver, has been appoints president and clu'ef executiv officer of Panarctic Oils Ltd. Mr. H e t h e r ington, forme vice-president of West Coas Transmission Co. of Vancou ver, will assume the position Aug. 1, 1970 at the company' bead office here. Panarctic is a consortium o 20 private companies and th federal government to searc for petroleum in the Prices Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) Hedging pressure was developing in the deferred oilseed futures at mid session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. With the exception of the Dec. flax, all oilseed futures were below previous close levels. The hedging pressure was the only trade evident as traders were watching for any action on the Chicago soybean market. barley and rye had only a light trade. Volume of trade Monday included bushels of flax, of rye and of rape-seed. Prices for class two wheat or export to countries outside GA: 1 Nor I.73H; 2 1.70V4; 3 4 1.51; 1 Durum 3 4 GA prices: 1 Nor 1.7SH; 2 .70Vs; 3 4 1.51; 1 Durum 1.70U; 2 3 4 High Low Close Flas Jly 283y4 282Va Oct 272 270% 270% Nov 264% 254Vs 26414 Dec 261% 260% Iay Prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and. poultry report issuey global companies whose in-erests are in investment oppor-unities, the brief said, governments must be concerned about he interests of people. NEED CHANGE PEOPLE Senator Chcsley Carter S'c'wfoundland) said he thought he system could work properly, 'but individuals need to "hangc." The council of churches ised ommended an economic floor be established "below which no person is allowed to fall" and a ceiling to keep income differentials within bounds. Senator David Croll On-t a r i committee chairman, praised Edmonton for its special project on welfare, "lire experiment has something very useful to the rest of Senator Crol said. Description of the city's project, which uses intensive counselling services, job finding anc flexible use of assistance, was given in a brief prepared by a group of persons receiving aic through the program. The group said ths project has helped about 70 per cent of its clients gain success in work, training and upgrading. "It costs money for close, intensive counselling and personality growth, but neglect of this results in much greater eventual social and financial costs." STIGMA ERASED R. B. Jones, spokesman for the group, said there is a stigma in the regular welfare system not present in (he project. "I regained a pride in myself. I had an inferiority complex because I am a Negro. Now, after intensive counselling, I don't mind drinking out of a white dian dollar up 1-64 at 96 55-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 116 at Offered For Dollar COALDALE (HNS) The oaldale Curling Rink was of-ered to the town of Coaldale or the price of one dollar by the Coaldale Curling Rink recently. Town council will ask the southern county regional recreation board to find out what oint agreement could be made wuld the town take it over. The board is also being asked o get estimates on legal fees ivolved in such a transaction. he rink is owned by deben-ure holders. The club has been operating t a deficit the past several ears. During the 1969-70 season le deficit amounted to about 800. Norman Ober, president of he club appeared before coun-1. He said expenses for a sea-on were approximately Largest Coal Mine TOKYO (AP) Tibetan miners have opened the world's largest coal mine on a peak in Tibet, Peking's official New China News Agency No. 2 chicken Broilers, mi. Turkey Under 12, DENTURE CLINIC 324 5th SI. S. Ph. 358.7484 Above Capitol EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. 283 28054 280V4 NOV 272 Jan 264 260% 261% dar 259V4 256 258 May 255% 254% 254% Oats Jly 75% Oct 76% Dec 76% lay 77% Barley Jly 111% Oct 113% 113 113 Dec H2''s lay 116% Rye Jly 96V'a 95% (CP) Closing log prices Monday supplied by lie A 1 b e r t a Hog Producers' ilarkeling Board: Edmonton: 27.25 to 27.85. Av-rage 27.41. Red Deer: 27.23 to 27.55. Av-rage 27.40. Calgary: 27.50 to 28.05, Aver-ge .27.86. Lethhridge: 27.50 to 28.40. Av-rage 27.79. Lloydminster: 27.10 to 27.40. Average 27.34. Total hogs sold Aver-ge 27.51: Total sows 109. Average to Colourful Lethbridge The deliveiy dale? Rush. We delivered Ihe goods, v W0 know Ihe i llf porlance of j efficient deliveiy. We II slake lepulallononlir BURN LICENCES OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Ten people who say they'll walk to get around have burned their drivers' licences to protest auto-caused air pollution and congestion. "The principal means of locomotion is feet, and we are all too frequently denied the right to walk because of the said a spokesman for Berkeley Ecology Action, an environmental protection group of which the protesters are members. 99% 99% 90% Dec 101 100% 100% lay Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available i Excellent location in Marathon Development 1 in City of Lethbridge to be open about October, 1970. Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in approximately four years. Far further information write er phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th Avc. S.W., CALGARY, Alberta. 263.5613 (CP) The Winnipeg beef futures market was nactive today, with prices teady at previous close levels. Open High Low Close Fri. ly 31.25 31.25 31.15 Sep 29.55N 29.55 Nov 29.00N 29.00A Jan 29.0DN and upgrading both to ic structure and the mechan-sm for the ice plant. The club financially unable to continue. Two sheets of curling ice arc ented annually by the town for ublic skating. It is the only ndooi- skating available for the own and district skate enthus-sts. Councillor Frank F. Wiens uoted the figure of to lake the curling rink opera-onal. Other alternatives con-dered by the club arc to offer to the southern county region-recreation board for the price one dollar. If neither of these Is accepted le club will bid for tenders on building. Hie land which the ik is situated on is Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Mari-time potato futures market had ;ood buyer interest in all futures ;oday but at prices well below jrevious close levels. Bids were gnored by sellers. Open High Low Close Fri. Nov 2.30N 2.30A Mar 2.57N ACCOUNT Banks in the United States process cheques a ,-car, according to the National ;