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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 THE LETHBSH5GE HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN HOUSE FLOORS TURNED INTO HEATING PADS BY GRID OF PIPES BURIED IN FOUNDATION More riass in walls-heat every square foot of home floors, say -home climate- experts, then plan ffi0re glass in waUs-as ta this comfortable "view room" to the home of an attorney. By B2RT H. DAVIS (Central Press Canadian) "Keep vour feet grandma sed to stay, "and you'll never get Grandma never spark-plugged a national sales campaign or laid down plans for economical home Where There's No Cellars This svstem of heating the whole floor to heat the house is Decoding particularly common lor homes ground beneatn them, me footing Ior substantial cement clock which aecame the lugged loundation ior tne whoie the basement in ixuue- and >oa are said to be saving time, money and plenty of future maintenance costs. And Pop needn't go down steep stairs to arkets GRAIN PRICES Graim Trices CHICAGO, May prices ruled ia the gram pits to- low ebb- put spurs w an ailing fire- Boilers tracing K a very ior and hot water and Mom's j Many tracers were absent in view lauoorv equipment room together of the railroad suiss and Jie _ ___f 2____jj -...ft. vwivVArp ia a single syace as. me rear us. ins fast floor. The house with a basement is not to tiie ing down of security markets. Ac- tivity was confined alraosi entirely pit. passed up in radiant heat planning, j At the close new oats were un- op tne cngmai floonsg, iill the maimng spaces with, concrete, level oil. and ouild a new Uoor on the higher level. Ia most old residences there is still plenty of head room after the grains were unchanged with the trade in March corn a.'. 145H- CASH GHA2N No. 2 red and No. 2 hard 137 2 yellow ncaslnal; overall height of tiie room has been j So. 3 yeEow 143 H. nominal. _ __ _-. ciple by which the rays of the sun warm the earth. We get the heas thai sun-tans blondes and matures cut bv two inches or so by placing of ihe new heating grid. Telling the story of how -your floor be a heating has been tafcea over oa a national scale by pipe mills thai specialize in wrought iroa piping, since tests showed the expansion of wrought, iron when heated is so similar to tbat of concrete. A heating contractor Uke Toia Brayton oases his own application j of straight and curved lengths of pipe, joined bv iroa fittings, while tie goes along." So the radurat heal job bounds back from the trend toward -pre-fab" building The contractor recommends for this heai a built-to-measure lauoa which doesa'i call for factory operations aside from producing the original lot of pipe and fittings. Outdoor Application An outdoor application of the radiant heat, idea Is to lay teatmg pipes in the cement of airport run- wavs to melt snow as it rails. Dr. Ralph Fabian. Pittsburgh, was one recorded home owners 2 grade So :o 92. aom- isaO. maluajr 135 to feed 123 so _____ CLOSE FUTURES (New> August November March (Old) Julr 1S3S: September 182 S2: De- cember 1S3S: May (1947) ago. Great Britain took a further shipment of bus. of vneat in. export trade. 1 f long-established. butter markets took a. drop lower EXCHANGES JTKW YORK, May this week on the first sign of im- proving supplies. Montreal, Toron- to and Vancouver were all quoted lower aad Alberta dropped whole- sale prices 1 cent. No. 1 prints are now selling wholesale at 39c with No. at 38c. dccezs had to- take a 2-cent droo in prices this week. Special grade soar brings 38e Ib. with trans- portation charges to be deducted, but plus the 10-ceni bonus. First grade is worth 3Sc on the same basis. Alberta production 5s higher T than last year's as is Manitoba's, i f but other provinces are sjai do'srx i X ket show receipts exchange :raoors DOCK VICTORY PABAOC UrVZRPOOL, May liner Antenof ar- rired'here SSiday carrym? 500 Em- pire and Allied forces personnel who will take pert in the June 3 victory parade in London. also 1' The" scene aboard the ship re- 4- Hollywood.. 'P' been the last mar- kei before the start she I movie of Arabian lights ioca- iUoa. 'or the summer months. The governors assigned co reason for the shutdown, but the action came as .New York's city transportation system was under heavy loads cue to tie rail strike. In CHICAGO, May Officials of the Chicago stock exchange said the nsar- will be closed today. is brilliant dress mingled with native African duels, Arabs, Mauritaniacs and repre- sentatives oi aJmoot every area be- tween the eastern Mediterranean. and Timbuctoo. Northern Rhodesia, Tanganyika. Kyasaland, Uganda, Kenya, and Soznaliland all sera, picked units 10 join what will be tile most spectacu- lar parade ever held in. London. January (Old) July 121 Septenzber 121 J4. (New) August 85H to !i: to the laying flocks. Storage for fall shipment to Britain is about 0022-; pretest with Alberta's qac'r ally filled. The movement tinue to egg drying plants. much change In poultry, but there are a few- more towl coin- ing ia to meet a- very keen demand- Broilers are believed iEcreasizw. butf all supplies still going to retail and! hotel trade direct. Hatcheries are November to March oac'a eeaer- to head, ir.akSr.g the total remect will con- since Jan. 1 in. me sarsa week lasi year exports were 1.417 and shipments 10 date Calves were strong sellers. To- ronto paid to Montreal JX MOSCOW MOSCPW, May j resiarkiEg that j seemed to know said i day he had to Moscow ia ar- 1 range to represent Russian, book publishers in Xew York as a. way of aiding Soviet-American relations. The former national chairman of the American Communist cany, was expelled by the party's na- i prices. and no in iiojj Grade 31 sold at Toronto papermen: "T have beea received as an old and trusted friend of ice Soviet Gnion. I expect to maia- tain my contact with the Soviet __________ ia actual hay j as: Montreal i Union in an active fonn." to ?t. (Old> July S3; September roducis are constantly being im- proved, and storage and transporta- ion facilities extended. Research in animal breeding and nutrition is moving forward. After a period of unprecedented wartime expansion, the Canadian livestock industry should not be allowed to deteriorate. :or it is jass as basic to agricultural economy as agriculture is to the welfare of the K. Leckie n. the Economic Annalist, published by the Dominion Department of Agriculture. Ottawa. area. In Rochester. N.Y., 20 years ago. a gas and electric company pur- BARLEY (New) November 1331s; Marca 133S. (Old) July 12K'i; September December 126 H. __ _ __ ,._ heat. Tne radiant warmth comes poselv widened such an area be- up from, every square foot of the side its building by installing sev- ding by installing loops of extra heating pipe. back to warm IVitwer. his family The plan has been gradually acopt- j ed in several other ciues. gridded floor itself. Prom about 1937 oa, the trend toward "no basement" homes be- gan, to ride northward. About one- homes. The idea would certainly appeal to grandma, with, her preference for snug ankles and comfortable and even the niosi rugged of cold- shower addicts seems to wast a wall beside him during his rubdowc. and Board by Gene Ahem I A GOOD TiP ID PASS ALONG TO ME A FOSmCW M HER. JROM FOUNDED BLTTl HAD TO DtCUHE IT BECAUSE OF AV SHE OPF3S5 THE JOB TO SC______ V.WDONT'JCU FOR. 38 YEARS HAS BEEN w RELD 'OF AND MARJC.TOU THIS WHJLr- Delegates to International Farm Conference Representing the Canadian Agriculture, a delegation of 13 farm or- ganization executives from rariout of Canada, are to attend the international conference of form oraoniiations from allied nations which in Church House. London, England, on May for ten devs. Among ether nations te be represented ore the United States, four national farm organizations will have Australia, New Zealand, France, Den- Norway, The Netherlands, Southern Rhodesia, Kenya, Luxembourg, Greece, and Liberia. The conference objective is the formation of an international federation of agriculture through which Hte farm pro- ducers of the world may speak with one voice. The delegation from the Canadian Federation Agriculture shown above, are as follows, reading from left to right: H. Hannam. president and managing director of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture; W. J. Parker, Winnipeg, first vice-president of the Canadian Federation and president Manitoba Pool Elevators; J. A. Marion, second vice-president, and president I'Union Catholiqne des Cultrvateurs tfe Que- bec; R. J. Scott. Belgrave, Ont., a director of the Fed- eration and of the United Farmers' Co-operofive, of Ontario; W. H. McEwen, Moncton, managing director Maritime ScrviCM. 1 Second H. Weste-n, president Saskatchewan Wheet Pool; Alex. Mercer, Vancouver, general manager Fraier Valley Milk Producers; Planter, Calgary, president Alberta Wheat Pool; R. H. M. Bailey, Edmonton, president Dairy Farmers of Canada; R. S. Law, Winnipeg, pts-otnt United Grain Growers. M. Dntmmond, head of the faeifty Ontario Agricultural College and econ- omic advisor to the delegation; Kenneth Betzner, Presi- dent Ontario Federation of Agriculture, Waterloo, Ont. C. G. Graff, Ottawa, secretary, Canadian Federation of Agriculture. LIVESTOCK livestock CHICAGO. May Hogs 300; marker steady- Cattle 100: top steers same paid for choice to prime heifers: mixed offerings of choice steers and yearlings tc S17.SO: heifers 517.75. coiamon beef cows and cutters to 811: good beef cows few dairy- bred bulls choice vealers 317; choice llghc yearlings and calves 17. Sheep 100; 517.33 good to choice 11 Ib. Nebnskas: medium to choice j clipped lambs with No. 1 and No. 2 pelts to medium to choice native springers to S19; choice wooled slaughter ewes good and choice shorn ewes to over moisture prospects which could easily be relieved by a good down- j The above prices do not include pour. Stocks in hands of feed scores the Dotniiuon government premiums i and the larger consumers are quite Of 50 per head on Grade A hogs and good, with only a moderate demand j si on grade 31. for additional supplies. Only Toronto was and oats 33 000 lots have been movuis cut. but there is some upland hav being offered. lower on spruzg i lambs, closing at with western feed-lot lambs and some good locals at to Montreal a result of the some- paid a head for spring lambs, what better cattle movement, hides I Winnipeg had a few good quality are reaching dealers' hands in fair volume again, and shipments to eastern tanners are acute. increase rhis week in the early wool movement with receipts rather larger than last week. Some of the bigger outfits in the south are getting under way earlier than usual. The move- ment of hair has slipped back to moderate, with a gcod demand. Odd muskrat pelts are reaching dealers and the price is Alberta Market Weekly Review CFrom "Market CATTLE was fair ac- ivitr with prices holding steadv un- der light receipts at Edmonton! Few good cattle were on offer, with a good demand in evidence. Quota- tions are: Choice steers to S12J50; good S11.50 to 312; mediums to S11.25: common at S8.25 to 510.25. Choice heifers Sll to good S10.50 to Sll. Choice cows S9 to SS.5O: sood S3.50 to medium to S8.50: common S650 to canners and cutters to S6. Good bulls S3 to S3.50- medium 58 to SS.50. Choice light veal calves to S13: mediums'S9.50 to 511.50. STOCKERS AND jf feeder steers cruoted S9.50 to S10J5Q. Stock steers quite high. "Weasel are active and higher, but the long-haired furs are still without interest for buyers. Winnipeg win bold a fur sale June last year Iambs at while Cal- gary was with odd spring LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Jambs ;Sdtaonton S13: Moose i Timothy Jaw and Regina HAY PRICES (Bailed Hay) Alfalfa.................515 to TlATf AMENDMENT IN UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE to Stock heifers S3 to Stocker ecws S6 to Prices very steadv on n butcher this week at Cal- gary. with moderate receints and a good demand. Medium baby beef Very few calves on offer. Ouotarions: Choice steers to sood to me- dium to common to Choice heifers S1I.25 to eood to Choice cows eocd SS.25 to S9.W: me- dium SS.5O to common to canners and cutters to Good bulls to medium to S9_ Choice veal calves to medium S9 to STCCKFRS AND Best feeder steers at 31025 to Stocker steers to Stock heifers to stock cows 1 SS50 to I HOGS s roices hfcher at Calssrv. with "A's" at S18.S5 and "B-I's" at i Sows war- selling live at 1 on ysrds while feeder pigs brought to SI750. Edmonton hogs steadv with "A's" for shioment at 519. Local "A's" and "Bis" Sows alive, and dressed. Feeder pigs 514 to 516. SHEEP AND LAMBS Iambs were steady at Calgarv. Good medium S9.50 to S12J 'Searlings down. Ewes tveaker at i to Edmonton good lambs to j off-ears and raedum i S950 to 511. Yearlings 37 to Sood ewes S5 to S7. WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REVIEW OTTAWA. May to strong prices were paid this week during a moderate run of cattle on markets, the agriculture department said in its weekly livestock review. In spots, especially in Western Can- ada, orices" were about 25 cents higher, with small buyers taking' the bulk of the supply. At Toronto weighty steers sold to S13.25; butchers S11.50 to S12.75: stockers SlOjO to S12. AS Montreal top for Use steer division was S13.75, with good steers at to and good cows S9.75 to S10.50. with a few at In the Maritimes. nominal quotations on best steers and heifers are f.o.b. country points and com- mercial grades Winnipeg had a few choice steers up to desirable kinds at to 512.75, and some good light stocker steers up to At Cal- garr good to choice steers were I to Edmonton to SS12.50; Prince Albert Moose Jaw to S12 and Saskatoon Regina and Vancouver S12.50 to S12.65. Shipments of dairy cattle to United States this week amounted; OTTAWA, May proposed in the unemployment in- surance act were outlined Thurs- day in the senate by Senator A. K. Hugessen (U, The changes are provided in a bill scheduled to undergo detailed study by the sen- ate's labor relations commitiee. Major changes proposed are: 1. Placing the national unemploy- ment service in the jurisdiction of the labor minister, acting through the unemployment insurance com- mission. 2. Increasing1 from to a. day the amount a person receiving unemployment insurance rasy earn without losing insurance benefits. 3. Providing for compulsory re- porting- of employment changes. Discussion of the bill disclosed that consideration is being given to extension of the insurance scheme to seamen, probably within a few months, and workers in the British Columbia lumber Industry are ex- pected to be brought into the plan soon. to nay (Ail prices to the trade oa beard cars Lethbrldge LETHBRIDGE CREAM PRICES CHURNING CREAM Special No. 1 46c (P.O.3. Zfithbridee. This price In- cludes 10 cer.ts per Ib. government EGG PRICES subsidyj A large 30e A medium....................28o A pullet....................... 2Sc 18c GRAIN RECEIPTS DOWN DUE TO KAIL STRIKE CHICAGO, May Sharp reductions in grain receipts here to- day were attributed to the railroad Rye prices fluctuated during the week at Winnipeg; out showed only j minor changes on Tuesday from a, ROOF COATINGS PAINTS litM tf flkn CMf Mf re-surfacinK zjphalt prepared eootioxi; itoppins small leaks, aad foe couinf metal 1J. tffflff. PaM For protectim fct metal surfaces. I.P. Phstk CcMMf for caulking (rajjonrr. mctat or aad for patchiaz roofs, fUsaiacs, etc. CMMf For witerproofinj? roofs; piajE small ieaks, zad for pmiat- mjt orer v-orn aspcudt roil PIPE NEW AND tTSEO Ft, All Sizes in Stock Turner Valley Utilities 9th Are. and 15th St. E., Calgary. Tomato Plants now bare 20.0M tomato plants, earliest varieties, ready for distribution. Place your orders immediately. 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