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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Whinlptg WINNIPEG Rapeseed prices pasted strong gains today at mid-session on the Winnipeg Commodity Ex- reflecting partially the stronger price patterns in Chicago soybeans. Flax prices also were stronger in a mixed oats and barley fluctuated fractionally on commission house buying while rye made marginal advances on limited exporter trading. Wednesday's volume of trade was bushels of of of of rye and of rapeseed. Mid-session Flax. Nov. 6 higher Dec. 6 higher May 6 higher July 2 higher 8.89B. Rapeseed Nov. 9 higher Jan. 8 higher March 9 higher June higher Rapeseed Thunder Nov. higher Dec. 10V4 higher May 8 higher July unchanged 4.65B. Oats Dec. unchanged May lower July not open. Dec. 1 May higher July not open. Dec higher May higher July' not open. Grain quotes Wednesday basis Hlfh Low CloM Flu Nov 959 947 864 Dec 930 938 May 890 898 Jly _ _ 878 Rapeseed VancMver Nov 510 506 506 Jan 500 Mar 500 494Vi Jun 494 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Nov 454 457 Dec 463 457 Vz 460 May 471 470 470 Jly 465 Oats Dec 164 157 May Jly 136 Barley Dec 236 235 235 May 233Vi 233 233 Vz Jly 220 Rye Dec 241 May 244V4 240Vz Jly 237 Chicago markets CHICAGO Farm commodity futures moved in a rather narrow range and in an irregular pattern on the Board of Trade Wednesday. Prices at the close were generally irregular Prices moved rather hesitatingly a few cents then a few cents lower in the major pits although there were a couple of sustain- ed buying drives in wheat and the soybean market at one time. Wheat futures opened un- changed to five cents lower despite a couple of good closed that way. Word from the country that the corn harvest was proceed- ing well despite some light weather problems also in- fluenced bears. Some export business in the offing was an early factor in strength of the soybean market but this collapsed as local professionals took profits. At the soybeans were 2 cents lower to 5 Nov. wheat unchanged to 5 Dec. corn 2 lower to IVz Dec. 2.34V4 and oats to Dec. 1 20. Live cattle futures fell posting another limit loss on the mercantile exchange. Pork belly and shell egg futures were but live hog futures closed on a mixed tone. silver and wool futures were sharply but cotton was up the with smaller gains in coffee orange juice and world sugar contracts. The selling in live cattle futures was linked to ex- cessive marketings of cattle at the major stockyards in the .country as well as to some weakness in live steer and dressed beef prices. The mix- ed close in live hogs came after notice of a drop of as much as in cash hog values. Pork bellies rallied in expec- tation of a light hog run today. Shell eggs advanced on im- proved clearance of cash eggs. There appeared to be some easing in the tension in the middle east as secretary of state Henry Kissinger an- nounced agreement to ex- change ambassadors and this influenced selling of copper and silver futures. Wool futures also fell as Australian cash values eased. The limit gain in cotton was attributed to a strong demand influenced by generally poor weather in growing areas. Improved trade and a good de- mand were factors in the slight gains in world coffee and orange juice futures. Farm commodities on the board of trade moved in an un- even fashion. Grain quotations Mar May Jul Sep 3.45. Corn Dec Mar May Jul Sep 2 Dec Mar 2.26. Dec Mar May Jul Sep 1.27 Calgary CALGARY Receipts to 11 a.m. Thursday from the Calgary public stockyards totalled mostly slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was active with a broad demand .at strong prices. Slaughter steers sold 25-50 cents higher with sales to Heifers were steady to 50 cents higher with sales to Cows sold steady. There were insufficient bulls on offer to establish quotations. 46.50 to 47.30. 45 to 46.25. 42.50 to 44.50. 44 to 44.70. 42.50 to 44. 41 to 42.50. 33 to 34.40. 31.50 to 32.50. 29 to 31.50. Replacements were mostly stock calves in the 400-pound and up weight range. There were insufficient replacement cattle sold early to establish quotations. Stock calves sold steady. Good stock steer calves more than 400 50 to 60. Good stock heifer calves more than 400 45 to 53. Hogs fob to 11 54.50. Lambs sold higher. Wednesday's good 32. The Calgary public stockyards will be open to trading Nov. 12. M. C. C.LO. Representative LETHBRIDGE 327-5514 E. Mayeske Representative LETHBRIDGE 327-5514 The Government said you could keep more of your income tax dollars. Why didn't We can help you keep more of this year's income. Call us today for a look at the future. Herald- Business Stocks Miscellaneous Montreal by McQulg 11 A.M. QUTES WESTERN OILS AND MINES Afton Mines 9.04 Albany Oil .91 Almlrwx 7.26 Aumera Ashland Alta East Qas 7.90 BP Canada Drenda Mines 6.90 Can South 6 15 Cdn Ex Gas 4.35 Cdn Homestd 8.50 Cdn Ind Qas ON 9.75 Cdn Long Is .26 Chieftan Cdn Super 56.75 Dome Pete Dynasty 12.75 Fort Reliance .23 Giant Mascot 3.00 Gibraltar Granule 9.25 Gt Plains 30 75 Gt Cdn Oil S 9.00 Lochiel 3.30 Lytton Min 1.55 Noble Mines .98 North Cdn Oils 7.20 Numac Pancdn Pete 14.25 Pan Ocean 1800 Petrol 1 85 Pinnacle .23 Place Gas .60 Ponder .62 Ranger 32 75 Scurry Ram 23 25 Seibens 16.00 Spooner .44 Total Pete 7.35 Ulster Pete 1.34 United Canso West Pete West Decalta 7.80 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd 13.25 Aqultaine 26.00 BC Sugar Pfd Block Bros 3.35 Cdn Pac Inv Ptd 34 62V4 Com Cap Corp 2.90 Cdn Brew A Pfd Cdn Brew B Pfd 31.00 Crestbrook Ind 11.75 'Crowsnest Ind 28.50 Falcon Copper 14 50 F and M Trust 5 Genstar 19 25 Global Com Unit 45 00 Home A Home B 49.00 Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil 46.00 Hud Bay A Pfd 56 00 Hugh Russell 59 00 Husky Oil 27.50 Husky B Pfd Husky D War 12.25 Husky E War Hys of Canada 4 05 inter Prov Pipe 9.15 Inter Prov Steel 1450 Kaiser Res 4.70 Loblaw C Pfd MagnasoniCS 7.75 Pacific Pete 34 25 Pac West Air Pe-Ban Oilfield 7 25 Rainier Inc Royal Trust Sand well West Cdn Seed WestfMd Min Weston A Pfd White Yukon 2800 5.75 4.30 5.50 1.38 59.25 10.25 PIPE LINE STOCKS Alta Gas A 11.00 Alta Qas Pfd 67.50 Alta Nat Qas 20.00 Inland Nat Gas 9.50 Qaz Metro 5.25 Gaz Metro A 67.50 N and C Qas 11.2S N and C B Pfd 23.25 Pacific Trans 11.00 Trans Can Pipe 32.75 Tr Can A Pfd 61.00 Tr Can B Pfd Tr Can War '6.90 WC Trans 17.50 WC Trans Wts 3 25 CALGARY Acroll -70 Barons Oils .04 North Continent .05 West Warner -32 VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explor .34 Bath Norse .76 Dankoe 2.30 Davenport .45 Dolly Varden .21 Equitonal Res Lornex Primer .06 Pyramid .12 Silv Standard 1.26 Valley Copper INDUSTRIALS Colum Brew 3.25 Key Industries .18 Wardair 1.75 OILS PRP Explor .93 Plains Pete .24 Ponderay Explor .87 Stamp Intl Res .90 MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Com 7.26 7.89 All Cdn Dlv 7.69 8.36 All Cdn Ven 3.86 4.20 Amer Grow F 5.47 6.01 AGF Special 2.65 Cdn invest F 5 29 5.80 Col Mutual 6.13 673 Com Inter 1469 1614 Com Leverage 3.74 4.11 Com Venture 7.16 7.87 Corp Investors 6.58 7.23 Corp Invest S f 5.48 6.02 Dreyfus F US 11.44 12.54 Grt Pacific 4.94 5.40 Grpd Income 3 60 3 97 Grow Equity 8.04 8.84 Invest Grow F 12.58 13.76 Invest Mutual 5.98 6.55 Mutual Accum 6.40 7.04 Mutual Grow F 3 72 4.10 Nat Res 5.31 5 84 NW Cdn 5.93 6.52 NW Growth 5.10 560 Prin Growth 4.99 5.48 Prov Mutual 7.85 8.59 Royfund 7.12 7.41 Temple Growth 8 27 9.07 Unit Accum 5 18 5.69 Univer Sav 828 911 Univest 6 43 7.06 Vanguard 6.71 7.35 Toronto industrials by Richardson Securities of 11 A.M. QUOTES Brazilian Trac MINES BC Tel Acme .15 Burns Advocate Asb 1.25 BC Forest Akaitcho 1.13 BC Sugar A Bralorne 1.75 Bow Valley Ind Broulan 40 Cable Bethlehem CAE Ind Bovis 2.30 Cdn Brew Brunswick 5.75 Chemcell Can NW Land 8.00 Cdn Cellulose Canada Tung 3.35 Cal Power Cassiar Coron Credit Central Pat 95 CWN Gas Chimo 1 12 Cdn Industries Conwest 5.05 Cdn Marconi Cons. Rambler 3.10 Cdn Vickers Com Lake Chrysler Cochenour .75 CPR Cralgmont 7 55 Commco Dickenson Mines 3.30 Cons Bath Denison Mines 48 50 Cons Gas D'Eldona .42 Oist Seagrams Dome Mines 101.50 Com Bridge Discovery Mines 1.05 Domtar East Malartlc 3.50 Dom Textile East Sullivan 2.65 Dom Stores Falconbridge 85.25 Dome Pete Frobex 25 Dofasco First .84 Glen Mobile Giant Y.K. 9.00 Grt Cdn Oil Granduc 3.60 Gen Motors Hollmger 46.25 Grt Lakes Paper Hudson Bay Gulf Oil Cda Hydra Ex. 27 Greyhound Iron Bay 3.90 Hawker Sid Iso 2.21 Hiram Walker Joliet Quebec .22 Huron Erie Kerr Addlson 13.25 Imperial Oil Key Anacon .34 Imasca Labrador 45.50 Int Nickel Lake Shore 2.72 Int Pipe Langis Silver .05 Inv Group A Madsen R.L 1.13 IU Internat Malartic G.F. .88 Idust Accept Martin McNeely .21 Kaps Macintyre 60.00 Kelly Doug A Meta .15 Laurentide Midrim Loeb Intern Mogul 9.50 Loblaw A Nu West Homes Metropolitan New Athona .12 Mass Ferg New Calumet .25 McMil Bleed Noranda 56.75 Moore Corp Northgate 4.70 Molsons A Norlex .47 Molsons B Pine Point 39.25 Nachurs Placer Dev North Cent Pax Exp. 1.20 Power Corp Quebec Man 14 Price Co Rayrock 1.00 Rothmans Radiore Shell CDA Rio Algom 34.50 Simpsons Roman Corp. 13.25 Simp Sears Sherritt Gordon 17.50 Steel Canada Steep Rock 1.96 Selkirk A Tek Corp. 3.95 Texaco Texmont .23 Traders Grp A United Canso 23.75 Trans Mtn Pipe Western Mines 3.45 Trans Can Pipe W. House Copper Mines 3.05 union Carbide Wright .90 Union Qas Wlllroy 1.15 Union Oil Windfall .13 United Siscoe Yellowknife Bear 5.55 Versatile Mfg Zenmac Westeel Westons B 11AM. QUOTES Woodwards A INDUSTRIALS West Cdn Seed Abitlbi 26.50 Zenith Elec Atoan 36.00 BANKS Algoma Steel 21.79 Cdn Imperial Atco Ind ie.oo Montreal Jarmock MOM Scotia Agra Ind Royal Tel 41.00 Toronto-Dom 20.50 53.25 1625 2350 19.75 35.50 16.25 9.75 4.70 8.00 23.00 2.25 10.25 18.75 375 21.00 16.50 37.75 30.75 16.25 43.75 38.50 25.75 1450 40.25 30.75 9.00 8.85 62.75 2625 17.25 5.50 55.50 31.25 30.50 24.25 11.00 4.65 14.00 23.50 2525 24.50 12.75 11.00 13.00 12.50 32.00 16.50 51.50 18.00 32.50 1825 6.80 7.75 20.00 23.25 3.20 31.00 39.00 37.90 37.25 9-2-73 The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company New York by Securities of Arm. T4T 49.124 Wootworth 20.79 Anaconda 26.50 WOrtnohouse Elec. Beth. SUM 32.90 U.S. Steel 35.25 ChryHer Tel. EMc. Comsat 90.00 TORONTO AVERAQES Dupont 180.00 20 IrMMtrMU 291.86 up 1.30 General 63.00 20 QokJi down .23 Quff 23.25 10 Bate Metals 107.79 up .86 Int. Htrvetter 31.29 IS Western 277.11 up 3.81 Ktnn. Copper 36.90 Montgomery Ward NEW YORK AVERAGES Start 93.00 20 Industrials 930.76 up 10.66 Exxon 98.29 20 RaM 169.00 up 4.17 TMM QuH 31.00 16 UltmiM 66.75 down .44 Co. 65 266.72 up 3.35 Win Corporation 18.25 Volume 10.600.000 Bonanza prospect for farmer EDMONTON The largest financial bonanza in history it in prospect next year for Prairie farmers but changes must be nude now in the industry to guard against future Otto minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat said Wednesday. Mr. speaking to the annual meeting of United Grain said the total grains income for the coining year is estimated at an amount that dwarfs anything we've ever seert before in the prairie grains In the light of the ex- perience during the last 20 which has seen boom followed by now is the time to tackle some of the difficulties which have continued to the grains industry over the During the last two Mr. Lang said there were two major income peaks which in- dicated flourishing times for the industry. The first was in 1952 when grain sales provided farmers with almost billion. its day that was an all-time The second was in 1966 when the over-all grain income figures climbed to just short of billion. as was that after each of the peaks came another depress- ing downturn of income into the Mr. Lang said the impact of the current sharp income up- swing is difficult to fully com- prehend it does create the right atmosphere for deal- ing with some recurrent Free hand to sell feed grain urged EDMONTON Otto Lang's attempts to resolve the feed grains question has resulted in chaotic political repercussions and an un- precedented level of unprin- cipled agitation that has played on the prejudices of the directors of United Grain Growers said today. The directors said in a ma- jor policy statement to delegates at the organization's 67th annual meeting that prairie farmers should be allowed to sell feed grains anywhere in Canada as a means of providing equal treatment to all farmers. Earlier this Mr. minister responsible for the Canadian wheat an- nounced an interim domestic feed grains setting up the means for farmers to sell outside the wheat board. The government will introduce a permanent policy for the next crop the minister said. The development of a domestic feed grains policy has been political and concerned with not grain and the 12-man board said in the annual report. The directors suggested two either complete government including over farm-to-farm or complete freeing of the non- board market as now exists in the Peace River region of British Columbia. the directors said they rejected complete government control. Ittt TNI LmWMOOl HMALO M steel stocks pace prices sharply up TORONTO The To- ronto stock market moved sharply higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. The industrial consid- ered the major indicator of market rose 1.20 to base metals .53 to 107.42 and western oils 4.91 to 278.41. Golds fell .46 to 295.40. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 up from at the same time Wednesday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 217 to 91 with 166 issues unchanged. Industrial oil paper and forest and steel stocks were among sec- tors of the market recording gains while food communication and construction and material issues were lower. Home Oil A rose to Bow Valley to Dome Pete to Tex- asgulf 1 to and Noranda A to Noma Industries fell to S. B. McLaughlin to Royal Bank to Controlled Foods 15 cents to and NSI Marketing 10 cents to Rio Algom was up to Roman Corp. to and Denison 1 to Labrador Mining lost to United Canso increased 1 to Pan Ocean to and Total Pete 60 cents to MONTREAL -Prices were generally higher in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at a.m. was compared with shares at the same time Wednesday. Papers rose 1.67 to industrials 1.51 to the composite 1.16 to utilities .64 to 146.72 while banks dropped .36 to 284.63. On the Montreal Stock Ex- Denison Mines rose one to Pacific Petroleums to Domtar to and Consolidated Bathurst V4 to while Canadian Javelin dropped to On the Canadian Stock Ex- White Star Copper Mines rose two cents to 36 cents on a volume of shares. YANCOUVER Prices were up Wednesday in light trading on the Vancouver Stock Exchange Wednesday. Volume was shares. In the fund led up .05 at on shares. Canterra was at .29 on EDP Industries was down .01 at .27 on Mercuria was down .01 at .57 on Thermo Plex was unchanged at and Columbia Brew was down .20 at In the Cutlass was down .10 at trading 500 shares. Rackla Mines was up .06 at .72 on Gold River was up .01 at on Henrietta was up at on Green Eagle was down .01 at .15 and Copex was up .02 at .36. In the Whistler was up .03 at .30 on a turnover of 500 shares. Chapparal was down .01 at .10 on Williams Gold was up .02 at .22 on Concept Resources was up .20 at on Allied Roxanna was unchanged at .49 and Stampede was up .03 at .93. NEW YORK Stock prices rocketed higher today in what brokers said was an emotional reaction to news events. Then it began losing ground but remained well on the upside. The Dow Jones average of 30 which at one time was up more than 20 at noon was ahead 11.59 at 931.67. Among Canadians on the New York Mcln- tyre was up to Cana- dian Pacific to Seagrams to Massey- Ferguson to Hudson's Bay V4 to and Inter- national Nickel to Mortgage lending rate cut Ont. -Can- ada Trust announced Wednes- day a reduction in its mortgage lending rate to 10 per cent from 10.25 per reflecting existing interest rate softening. The new rate is the same as that of the chartered banks and applies to single-and multi-family dwellings and National Housing Act mortgages. The 10.25 per cent rate has been in effect since Aug. 28. 1003 4th Avmue Lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 rocessinct V.'.V. 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