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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Docombef 1, 1971 Support your local INDEPENDENT CROC ALIK' Rapeseed switch appai A. x It t i 642 13th STREET NORTH, LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 328-5742 PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TOO! "BUY THE CASE AND SAVE" Firm Now Until Christmas We Will Give One Lucky Shopper Each Week A Grade A 20-lb. Turkey Just Enter Your Name In Our Free Draw Barrel. I AST WEEKS TURKEY WINNER MRS. GWEN GYULAI OF MONARCH, ALBERTA 48 01. tins 14 oi. tins 14 oi. for oz. tins _______ 14 oi. tinsW fo 15 oz. tins Robin Hood White or Choc, layer, Honey Spice, Dutch Devil, Comb............ 3 01. pligs. Libby's 14 oz. tins Top Valu Pitted By Ef.OX FIU-TII Herald Oltiiuii OTl'AV.'A Tlio federal afiri- department has appar- ently htcn stymied in its at- tempt to switch the entire Canadian raposrcd crop to the low crude acid pro- duced on about acres on the Canadian prairies last sum- mer. However, in an interview oiit- UK: agriculture min- ister Hud Olson said overseas market acceptance of the Canbra variety of rapesccd, which has considerably less erucic acid Limn regular va- rieties, has been less satisfac- tory than anticipated. The department now is look- ing for only about. CO per cent of the 1972 crop to be of this variety. Originally, the department had urged that hy 1972. 100 per cent of Canada's rapcsccd pro- duction of the Canbra vari- ety. The changeover program was started in 1970, when it was dis- covered that erucic acid was a possible health hazard. Can- ada's ordinary rapesecd lias much less erucic acid than va- rieties grown in oilier parts of the world, but the Canbra va- riety has practically none. One of the problems with the Canbra rapeseed is that it has a slightly lower yield of oil than other varieties, making it less competitive. Part of the support program announced hy Mr. Olson Tuesday is designed to overcome this disadvantage. The second part of the pro- gram, which would amount to about If) cents a bushel, would offset the costs of keeping the C a n 1) r a rapesecd scparage from other slocks during stor- age and transport. About eight million to 10 mil- lion bushels of Canada's 100 (he tendency has IKTH i-i Ci'inbra Itapesecd separately, i entire crop. Stronger trend evident today TORONTO (CP) Pi-ices on the Montreal sluek all sectors oi the Toronto market climbed sharply volume i in aclivc mid-morning and Canadian at 11 a. in. Analysts said the advance 400 shares, compared primarily based on investor r.t the sr.nie lime action to Prime Minister dean's visit to Washington next Hornby for economic talks with President Nixon. The industrial index was index, banks 218.50, passing the prcvin: high of The: advanced to 1.05 to 167.21, golds .51 lo .02 lo 109. ff. uiiliti. base mcials .2'i io 70.38 and western oils 2.0C to and papers .10 lo V o 1 u m u by 11 a.m. Utilities I'-inrfvwl !l: In 111? hiCii.OCO shares, compared with vancca i'i. to at the same lime Tucs- Bay Ol1 to j I Bank of Nova i 'Advances outnumbered de- Bank of Commnc clines 137 to 55 with 156 issues and Du lo 19 oz. each n .B V- Cashmere Pink, JQ Top Valu Batltrasui hssue wnne, veiiow o uates pmed...............2 :m r Scottie's 2 ply, 200's o Facial Isssoe vciiow, psm., 4f0f r Lyons 10 11 CflK loundrY DeterSent SOUP Chicken Noodle......2 oz. pkg. I L for I TOP 42 fill 32 oz. ja Vegmar 1 Ib. pkg.s ii G Borryland Sweet se Jysee........32... 1. f-1.00 Top j% 1 Frozen Orange Jusce 6 Banquet Mince 20 oz. White Bread Rhodes loaves We Invite you to try our meats "The Best In Town" Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Go WE WILL CUT ANY MEAT TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS Chuck Roasts Canada Choice, Red Brand 11. 10 2-01- steakettes pkg. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) R .seed prices moved slightly higher in a light volume trad.1 al mid-session Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day. Liquidation in December oats pushed prices in that commo- dity fractionally lower the rest of the market was quid. Volume of Irade Tuesday was bushels of flax, l.Ki COO of rapesecd and of rve. MID-SESSION Flax: Dec. 'k lower May lower 2.44-liB, July :'s lower Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. lower March lower June 'a lower Thunder B a y: Dec. 1's lower 2.4S3.iA, May 1 lower July 3j lower 2.53A. Oals: Dec. 7s lower May lower July not open. Barley: unchanged l.MMB, May !i higher. 1.07A, July not Rye: DEC. 'i higher May 'i lower l.OOB, July not open. unchanged. Banking, merchandising, in- dustrial mining and trust and loan issues moved s h a r p 1 y higher. Beverage, steel and food processing issues edged frac- tionally lower. Trading was halted in all shares of Canadian Tricentrol at NEW YORK (AP Ihe request of tlw company stock market raiiy pending I'elecse of information.! fourth day today as The stock last traded at SJ1. i limism aiwut a sc" Dominion Bridge sli] and CanEidian Arena S15'2. Down 'i cnch T. son Bay Mining at Mi cial Collcclioii al TransGanada P i p c L i n c re siuuh HIM. Utiuuu ui Robinson A climbed 4 uiAiUi ii huiinii..! i1' national monetary i S35, National Trust P-J (o high. y. Lip Imperial Bank "i noon Dow ;r.', ghtly i S.curry-Rainbow ]4 30 industrial slocks c1 and Bethlehem to io 840.32. dropped to led dcclint1.- e to S321.2, Budd 5 to 1 en the- to Sfv's and Ex-change. 'h to tho American .Sinrk n (hrec Canadian (CP) :iii Rains: i index soared to a C.anadian high, leading other ScuiTy Ilainbcu' Oil n in light morning oilseed u.scd about in'Mii'ls of rape- will process rMilfi-i :ind J2 mil- "i have indi- only I lie v wxi. year. Ja- o switch- i-i'iit-ic at'kl rape- icillttire de- n i; c s in n n said countries i' 1 u> s produce ;..'o reluctant to ii would put industry coun- to -u i to the low lies as quick- last year to start Uie (V.nbra rapesced less oil than vi'iv lies, it can- However, in yield is not so t'anbra rape- t otb- (iii.-A -d crops. If iu sv.itth ils (otal i: u'ould not bs in jy.iirkcts of ihat iiave not specifying contents in :b varieties are (here are -a CD-is of keeping ih "mighout the (D customer. the cjues- ,is io how !ih erucic told report- he never flock in Uie posed since the snowed that i.f Hit- acid had test ani- V'ul and drug on the other IT suggested so great crop over. azotes .t 19 Livestock report a. Fully Cooked Whole, Halts or Quarters.......................... Canada Choice Red Brand Fresh FrO7en Pork luffon Bones Mayfair Foods Produce "Flavour Fresh" Golden Yellow Ccilifornia Emperor Alberta Canada No. 1 Japanese Mandarin Leth bridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Depwimcr.! of Agriculture) On tffcr to 11 a.m. 125 cattle. Receipts most'- y slaughter cattle. Trade strong and active. Gtod and choice butcher steers keen demand prices 50 cents biRiiei. grades .yj cenls lo SI higher. No choice heifers on offer. Good grades 2.i cents or mere higher. All I classes <-f cows meeting keen i demand, prices or more h i g Ii c r. Replacement cEttle stcMly to strong. j Choice steers 32.50 to 34; good j to medium 31 to 1 S2.50. Good heifers 30.50 to 31.50; medium 28 io 30. I Good cows 22.30 to 23.50; mc- j dium 20 to 22: earners and cut- ters 16 to 19.50. I Gocd heavy feeder steers over 950 Ibs. '32 to 31.20. hogs sold Tuesday Lcthbridgo 24.15 lo base i price. Good lambs 20.50 io 21.50. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Wednes- day's receipts en the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m. I were head; mainly slaughter steers, heifers and ecws. TYa'.U' active. I steers sold steady j fcr (jiinlity with no strictly choice kinds on offer. Heifers were barely steady. Cows met a good demand at fully steady prices. cf good kinds to i; were steady. Choice steers 33.30 In good 32.2-5 to 33.25; to 32. Choice heifers 31 .so to good 30.2-i to 3I.2H; 28.75 to 30. Gocd cows 22.2.- tn medium to and cutters 17 to 23 to 24.50. Replacement v; fully steady all steers weighing p.' ajid scleclcd from :.L: cattle Stock calves in supply feeder steers Toll r to 34.90; good slcik cows 21 to 25. Good slock steel' 43.50; gocd stock heifer ca 32 to 36.25. Hogs average :c i 24.15. .'D CASJ'T BE 5.TE3 FROM TAPE THAT Land requires an A1 bL. 1 o head a new -i; This posilicn cf i are invhcd fi'cm i. surveyors. Reply Slii in Calgary. r anize and '.-plications iy licenced (tcc ideH I 642 13th St. N.. Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 CITY DELIVERY! Monday, Tuesday, Saturday 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thimday, Friday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. A Lethhi-idBe man remained in serious condition in Ihe l.elh-; bridge Municipal Hospital this Mnnicip. ing follouin.L! a car aeei- morning dent Tuesday .snf- John Thomas Davios. fercd internal injuries when Uie car he was driving collided with a car driven by Patrick Tarranl, of Piclnre Hntte shortly before 10 p.m. at Ihe iulersoclion of lith Ave. and 'llh SI. S. SI. S. Tarranl minor inji'rii1 ivleased from General Hospital, i Damage to hoth cars was j timatcd at was Irealed for and ua.s .soon SI. Michael's LIBRARIAN 4 Salary to (currently under review) Canada Department of Agriculture Lethhridgc, Alborfa An Area Co-ordimitor po- for identifying library oting library i.-.t of Canada's nio'.l rompi Services. Excollnnt is of m a n n rj c ni c; n t for per sod woik point', QUALIFICATIONS: university or ils i i. nl grcssivoly Applications should hr- SOCIAL ECONOMIC PUBLIC SERVICE COfAMISM J TOWER PLACE OE VIU.' OTTAWA, ONTARIO A Pica so quoin mil '.ib ;