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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Stock prices up in light trade TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto stock market nudged frac- tionally higher in light mid- morning trading today. On index, industrials were up .2710 174.25, golds .22 to 161.79, base metals .12 to 90.32 and western oils .98 to 198.31. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up from at the same time Tuesday. Gains outnumbered losses 159 to 64 with 172 issues unchanged. The market was sharply higher Tuesday as it posted its fourth consecutive gaining ses- sion. Among advancing issues, Rank Organization was up to Jefferson to Ci-iinip: CPR optimistic about 1971 MONTREAL (CP) N. R. Crump, chairman of Canadian Pacific, says the company is "mildly optimistic about pros- pects for 1971." He said in lu's year-end state- ment Tuesday that easing of monetary policies will not be felt before the second quarter, adding that "government reluct- ance to lessen economic re- straints might delay recovery until mid-1971." Mr. Crump said that CP Air "anticipates traffic growth on both international and Canadian routes during 1971." He said Tel Aviv will be added to its inter- national service at the end of March with four flights a week from Canada. CP Air's net profit for 1970 will be considerably below that of 1969 and the 1971 profit pros- pects do not appear to be any better. "The modest increases in in- ternational fares which will go into effect in the spring of 1971 will not compensate for ex- pected increases in costs." However, said Mr. Crump, over-all railway freight reve- nues for the year are expected to be about eight per cent higher than in 1969. TRANSPORT AFFECTED Crump said transporta- tion operations were adversely affected by anti-inflation mea- sures, tight money and strikes in key industries. He said computer technology Is becoming increasingly impor- tant in developing new transpor- tation systems that will have a significant effect on pricing strategies. Computers helped CP Rail de- sign one of the world's most ad- vanced unit train systems for moving export coal from south- eastern British Columbia to the new Pacific coast superport at Husky Oil to Inter-City Gas to Weston to Chrysler to and DuPont to Noble gained 25 cents to Slierrilt 14 to Northgate 15 cents to Opemiska V's to and International Mogul Vs to Alberta Gas Trunk dropped to Pembina Vs to Canadian Industrial Gas to Imperial Oil Ve to and Ranger to BANKS LEAD MONTREAL (CP) The Montreal stock market edged higher in all sectors in light trading today, continuing the market's recent strong perform- ance. Banks led the advance, gaining more than a point while the other sectors were up only marginally. Canron Ltd. said It has been awarded a contract valued at approximately to fabri- cate a support structure for a cyclotron being built at the Uni- versity of British Columbia. The contract is to be completed by the end of 1971. Union Carbide rose to Husky Oil to B.C. Tele- phone to International Utilities to and Pacific Petroleum to Belgium Standard slipped lo International Nickel to Velcro Industries to ?24% and Sherwin-Williams to On index, Industrials were up .06 to 177.28, utilities .07 to 150.85 banks 1.39 to 178.21, the composite index .19 to 172.93 and papers .24 to 92.39. Combined volume on the Alcohol fathers rugs BANFF (CP) If alcohol had been discovered only re- cently it would have been class- ified us a dangerous drug, a youth conference on drugs and alcohol was told here. But, because alcohol Is wrapped in tradition, it is so- cially accepted by adults, said Alfred Herald, director of edu- cation for the California cntin- cil on alcohol and drug prob- lems in Los Angeles. Mr. Herald said alcohol is the father of drugs and has cre- ated between and seven mil- lion alcoholics in the United States. The U.S. spends bil- lion a year to help these people and 40 per cent of the arrests in that country can be attributed to alcohol. During an impromptu session, Mumtaz Akhtar, a University of British Columbia student do- ing his doctorate on marijuana use, said that depending on the strength of the product and ba- sic pa-sonality of the user, mar- ijuana can cause psychological and possibly physical depen- dency. The conference, sponsored by the Alcohol Drug Education Association of Alberta, has at- tracted about 300 young people. WodMidcry, Biniribei 30, 1970 THE 1E7HBRIDGE HERAID 13 MuceBoneow quotation.., i llOUSCS 111 1971 Vancouver, Calgary, Monfreal (SuppJied by Dohcrty, Roadhcruse and McCuaig) LAST KID OH SALE a.m. Quo'ejj a.m. Quotas) Quotes) WESTERN OILS Alto East Ga: Almlnex Asamera Banff BP Oil Gni Can South Cdn Ex Gai Ashland Cdn Homesid Cdn Home Pld Cdn Ind Gas Oil 12. Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Cen Del Rio Charier Chleftan Dome Pete B 28-25 1.75 Home PHfld 1.45 Hud Boy Co Hud Bay Oil 37.87V 12.8756 Hud Bay Oil Pld 54.00 5.80 Hugh Russ 17.75 5.10 Husky Oil 14.75 4.00 Husky Oil War 7.75 8.60 Inter Prov Pipe 28.00 7.00 Intl Util Pfd 35.87V 6.VO Inter Steel Pipe Jefferson Lake Joutel l.oo Kaiser Res MUTUAL FUNDS AGF Special 2.39 Cdn Co All Amr Gr F Cdn Invest F Col Mutual Cmiw Inter Cmnw Lev Corp Invest 37.75 Kam Koiia Pels Dynamic Gt Plains Mill City New Cont North Cdn Numac Permo PetrpI Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rainbow Spooner W. Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS 1.16 33.00 1.60 .50 L Ont Port Cem Mentor Pacific Pelf- Rank Ord Selk Hold Shell Inv Shell Inv Pfd Sftsll Inv Sicks Rainier West Cdn Seed White Yyk Gr Equity invest Gr invest Mutual JOS Vent Mutual Ac Mutual Gr F Nat Res 16.67% N W Fin 10.25 N V; Gr 33.62% Principal Gr A.7S 1.05 2.10 .62 27.75 Atco Ind Aquatalne Brit Nfld Cdn Brew A Pfd Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Pacific Inv CPR Pfd Crowsnest Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Cum Prop Gt Cdn Oil S CALGARY Acroll 13-00 Ana Pele 22.12% Barons Olt I.GO North Cont 6.50 West Warner Madison Rexdalft '.37% 26 5.12% 7.37V2 16.12% PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas Tr A 49.25 Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 71.00 Cdn W Nat Gas 15.J5 Inland Nat N and C Id.00 3.B5 N and C B Pfd 1 Gaz Metro 4.65 Tr Cdn Pipe 35.50 Tr Cdn P Pfd 4J.QO Tr Cdn P Pfd A 65.50 Tr Cdn P War 36.00 Royfund UnilwJ Ac A.d Sav 6.1 Temp Gr 23.0 VANCOUVER Anuk Arctic Mining Brcnda B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar Pld Capt Inter Churchill Copper Coronation Credit Croyden Dolly Varden Giant Mascot Key tnddusf Hys Interior Brew Gas Jericho 15.32V2 Kamloopi Copper "jj's" 3.70 17.25 1.11 .09 .0216 6.94 7.W 126 4M 5.34 4.40 4.B3 5.66 6.21 11.55 12.66 2.B9 3.17 5.15 5.03 4.46 4.88 5.76 6.36 10.23 11.10 5.10 5.56 4.65 5.10 J.B9 5.36 4.37 4.81 7.0? 7.75 4.00 5.13! 4.71 5.18 3.68 4.0J 5.21 By AttT JOHNSON' TORONTO (CP) Preclic- are .for a'sharp increase in housing starts in Canada during 1971 as mortgage inter- est rates decline arul money becomes more readily availa- ble. President S. Eric Johnson of the National Hous (.'builders 4.89 Lornex Madronn Primer Pyramid Silver Stand Trojan 8.00 16.12% 62.00 4.10 1.00 1.05 ,23 .39 3.75 1.30 2.12% .09 .10 4.75 .35 Gt Cdn Oil (S-75 log.oo Westcoasf ZOJVz Western Min Home A Western Pacific 65.00 Weslcoast Res __ .15 Toronto industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID Oil SALE a.m. Quotes) MINES a.m. Queries) a.m. Quoles) Roberts Bank, said Mr. Crump. A larger volume of coal is ex- pected to move from Western Canada through the Lakehead next year and transportation systems being designed to Serve this growing market." Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges to 11 a.m. was shares traded, compared with shares by the same time Tuesday. DJA UP NEW YORK (AP) Stock prices made fractional ad- vances on a broad front Wednesday in active trading as the rally lost momentum in its sixth day. At noon the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrial stocks crept up .07 points to 842.07. At Tues- day's close the Dow had hit its high for the year for the second consecutive day. Granby Mining added to among Canadian issues, while Canadian Pacific picked up Vt to and Massey Fer- guson was up Vs to Inco dropped to Dome Mines off Vi and Alcan Yt to On the American exchange, Canadian Javelin picked up to while Molybdenite dropped Vi to Young Jews not opposed to Israel EDMONTON (CP) S ome young Jewish people are taking an anti-zionist stand because, like many non Jews, they are anti-establishment, says a XJni- v e r s i t y of Alberta political scientist. Prof. Leslie Green said the feeling does not come from Hie fact they are against the State of Israel. Rather, it comes from the popular belief of youth that what their parents favor is out- moded. 'There appears to be a feel- ing that they have to be" op- posed to the idea of a Jewish state. Prof. Green spoke to the four day convention of the B'nai B'rith youth organization attended by more than 200 young people from Alberta and Saskatchewan. (The Canadian Press erron- eously reported earlier thai Prof. Green had said all young Jewish people were becoming skeptical about the worth of Is- New labor law in Ontario Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Trading in the Winnipeg live beef futures market was light Tuesday, with bids in January at 20 points over the previous close. Open High Low Jan 30.80 Mar 30.75 May 31.00 30.7 30.80 30.50 Close 30.80 30.50 30.25N SERVED AS MINISTER John Quincy Adams served as United States minister to Russia from 1809 to 1814. INSURANCE LIABILITY Q BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. CCTADncucrj lower Floor 517 4i'h S. Phone 327-1541 WASHINGTON (Reuter) President Nixon signed into law Tuesday new regulations gov- erning the occupational health and safety of nearly three- quarters of the U.S.'s 80 million working population. In ceremonies at the labor de- invtment, he said the measure aims to help reduce the industrial deaths and 2.5 million job-related disabilities reported in the U.S. last year. The bill becomes effective within 120 days and requires the labor secretary to set up its health and safety standards within two years. The occupational Safety and Health Act almost doubles the number of workers given pro- tection against accidents and diseases at work, and increases the number of firms affectct from to more than 4 mil lion. Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Mar! time potato futures market Tues day was inactive with bids and offers in April and March current levels, but no trades. Open High Low Close Mar 2.57N Apr 2.70A May 3.1013 ELECTRICIAN REQUIRED The Conmore Mines, limited requires on Industrial Electrician for their surface operation ot Conmore, Alberta. Duties to include maintenance and installation large motor control centre and plant. Wiring experience in lino work on asset. Voltages range from 520V to 5300 V primary. Applicants please write A. V. Maichib, Sofety nnd Per. sonnel Supervisor, The Mlnel, Box 580, Canmore, Alberta, staling experience, qualifications Aae Status and telephone number. New labor bill signed by Nixon TORONTO (CP) Legisla- tion requiring Ontario employ- era to give 'advance notice of mass layoffs takes effect Fri- day, Labor Minister Dalton Bales announced here. The legislation was passed in June but official proclamation awaited the drafting of detailed regulations. The regulations state that an employer may not lay off 50 or more workers within a f o u r- week period without giving writ- ten notice to the employees and lo the minister. Eight weeks' notice is required for groups of 50 to 100 men, 12 w e e k s for groups of 200-499 and 1R weeks for groups of more than 500 per- sons. Employers are also required to give notice to employees with more than throe months' serv- ice before firing them without stated cause. The legislation does not apply to anyone working on construc- tion, alteration or demolition of buildings, or on construction ot roads, sewers, water mains, pipelines, tunnels, bridges and canals, or on the site of these projects Acme Advocate Asb, Akaltcho Area Mines Belcher Iron Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. CasslSr Central Pat. Cnowest Cons, Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cralgmont Dickenson Mines Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Dona Ida Discovery Mines East Malartlc East Sullivan Falconbrldge Frobex First Giant Y.K. Granduc Headway R.L. HoWnger Hud. Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Highland Bell iron Bay Iso Jotlet Quebec Kerr Addtson Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Leitch Langis Silver Macassa AAadsen R.L. Malartlc G.F. Martin McNeely Maybrun Meta AAidrim Interr Mogul New ,J honfi New Calumet New Imperial Noranda Northgate Opemiska Osisko Patmo Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radlore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Silverfields SherriU Gordon Silver Miller Steep RocK Slscoe Tek Corp. Texmont Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Har, WHIroy Windfall Yellowknlfe Br. Zenmac INDUSTRIALS .10 2.09 1.52 M .06 .24 .i.SO 1.93 9.95 .86 .14 .42 9.M l.OS 24.00 1.83 '2B.75 B.60 10.00 .33 27.50 29.75 31.00 .86 .23 1.15 .75 16.25 6.95 1.B5 16.00 Dom Textlla Dom Stares Dome Pete Fam Players Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Sds Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hawker Sid 9.12Va S-l.DO 10.25 53.00 3.85 81.25 18.25 20.00 Huron and Erie 19.75 1.02 1.50 141.00 .23 1.06 8.75 1.15 8.00 8.50 30.25 20.00 .20 2.76 .3.15 1.70 Abltlbl Aican Algorna Steel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Braz Trac B, C. Tel Burns B. C. Forest B. c. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Bn Hiram Walker Imp Oil Imp Tobacco Im Nrchel Int Pipe !nv Groun A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurenflde Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Metro Stores McMillan Bios 4.70 Moore Corp .11 Molsons A Aflolsons B 2.15 1.70 6.10 .59 1.E9 1.15 1.38 7.87% North and Cent pern Pipe 15.00 Power Corp 9.1216 Prica Co 39-25 15.00 45.75 2B.12V4 7.75 36.00 17.12W 6.00 5.00 3.60 1.65 33.50 26.75 3J.50 15.37V4 15.2S 15.25 24.25 5.75 19.00 Chemcell 9.10 Col Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Pfd Cdn Indus Canada S. S. Cdn Marconi Cdn Chrysler C.P.R. Corninco Cons Bathurst Cons Gas 10.37'A Dlst Sea Dom Briags .31 Domtar 6.75 Roihi 47.00 St Law Corp 15.25 Shell CDA M.OO Simpson's 17.37W 8.50 Simp Seara 2! 50 25.00 Steel of Can 16.25 Selkirk A 10.00 4.50 Texaco 27.75 7.37V'a Trad Group A 10.75 .1.90 Trans Mtn Pipe 19.121 Trans Can Pipe 33.00 3.00 1.55 .07 1.10 .66 .80 10.50 6-00 56.50 1.40 15.25 12.00 27.50 2.90 9.50 29.50 Union Gas Union ON Versatile Mfg Wesfeel Union Carb Weston's B Wood A West Cdn Seed Zenith Elec 23.75 19.25 14.50 Cdn Im Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Toronfo-Dom BANKS 15.75 .12.03 3.65 9.00 10.75 18.25 3.70 1.10 22.12Vi 23.12V5 19.75 New York stocks Supplied by Richardson, Securities ol Canada Amr T and T Anaconda Bth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont General Motors Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Copper 50.12V'j Montgomery Ward 23.00 20 Golds 160.79 off 78 21.37'A Sears 75.00 10 Base Met 90.30 up .10 Std Oil of NJ. 72.50 15 W Oils 197.98 Up .65 29.25 Texas Gulf Volume 51.00 Texas Co YORK AVERAGES 132.00 Woolworth 37.12Vi 30 Indusf 842.07 up .07 80.MV4 Weslinghouss Elec 69.62W 20 Rails 172.32'Up 2.40 31.75 U.S. Steel 15 Utilities 121 51 uo 51 38.25 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 273.55 up 1.20 37.75 20 Indust 17-1.03 Up .05 Volume Livestock Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices lo 11 a.m. provided by the Al- berta Hog Producers mar- keting board: Edmonton: Quoted and sell- ing 21.80, average. Tuesday 22.J7 Red Deer: Quoted 22 to 22.10, selling 22.03, average Tuesday 22.21 Calgary: Quoted 22 to 22.05, selling 22.05, average Tuesday No m n r k e t. average Tuesday 22.11 Lloydminstcr: No market, average Tuesday 21.46. Total hogs sold to 11 173. Sows selling 12. Total hogs sold Tuesday, 08, average 22.10. 22.31 Let.libridge: Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 100 cattle and calves. Receipts mostly butcher heif- ers and cows. Trade active. Good and choice butcher steers continue to meet good demand selling fairly steady. All class- es of butcher heifers meeting improved demand selling higher for the week. Medium and good butcher cows also selling higher. Replacement cattle in short supply and sell- ing steady for kinds on offer. Choice steers 30.25 to 20.80; good S3 to 39; choice heifers 28.50 to 29.10; good 27.50 to Medium 26 to 27.25. Good cows 20.50 to 21.50; me- dium 19 (o 20.23; good bulls 23 to 23.90. Good stock steer calves 37 to 38; good stock heifer calves 32 to 34. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday f.o.b. Lethbridge 22.05 to 22.20 base price. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) _ On offer to 11 a.m., about 750 head; mostly slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was strong and active. Replacement cattle were mostly heavy steers selling at steady prices. Good feeder steers m than 750 pounds 30 to 32 with a few light kinds to 35.50. Hogs base price 22 to 22.05. Grain prices i Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CF) Good ex- porter buying in rye continued well into on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day, and prices maintained a stronger pattern. Offers were on the thin side. A little more activity appear- ed in oats and where domestic shippers were fairly good buyers for en.stcrn feed- ers. There was fairly general selling, led by commission houses, and only small export- er buying on a scale-clown pat- tern. A similar pattern appeared in flax, but the declines were only fractional in a very small trading volume. Prices in December and of both oats and barley were on a fractionally stronger pattern Oilseeds were showing very weak pattern and trading was light. Trading in was off one to eight cents. Volume of trade Tuesday was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and ot rye. Mid-session prices Flax: Dec. Vz lower 2.42VzB, May lower July lower Oct. unchangec 2.56A. Kapesecd Vancouver: Jan. lower March 5V1 lower 2.9112, May 4% lower 2.3HaA, July not open. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec. lower April 3% lower 2.83VsA, June low- er Oats: Dec. !4 higher 87WA, May >A higher 8712B, July, Oct. not open. Barley: Dec. higher May unchanged July, Oct. not open. Rye: Dec. Vi higher May Vn lower 1.17B, July 1 higher 1.18KB, Oct. not open. Prices for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor l.Slte; 2 l.TOVi; 3 1.75; 4 1 Durum 2 1.76 3 1.68; 4 IGA prices: 1 Nor 2 1.79V4; 3 1.75; 4 1 Durum 2 1.76 3 1.68; 4 Grain quotes Tuesday (basis High Low Flax Dec 243 242Va May Jly 25-1 25314 Oct Rapeseed Vancouver Jan 314 305% Mar 293% May 289% 283 Jly I Association says Uicre will be "bettor than 215.000'' liousiny starts in 1971, compared with an estimated starts in 1970. In 19C9 there were starts. lie expect'; mortgage inter- est rates to undergo a scries of small reductions totalling about one-hall of one per cent by mid-1971. The 1971 mortgage picture, says Mr. Johnson, will bet- ter in terms of availability and interest rales "than it has teen in several years." President Herbert Hignett of Centra! M o r! g a g e and Housing Corp. says a slow- down in business investment w i 11 make home-mortgage money more readily available in 1971. He pi'edicts housing starts in each of the next three years. Other estimates put the an- nual rate at about starts. WON'T BE RECORD Finance Minister Edgar Benson said in his December budget speech that 1970 will not be a record year for hous- ing, "but it will be satisfac- tory especially when viewed in conjunction with the unu- sually high level of starts last year." The sluggish economy dur- ing the first half of the year kept housing starts down. But residential construction began picking up during the third quarter. National Housing Act mort- gage interest rates dropped to 9VS per cent in the last quarter from 10 per cent ear- lier in the year. Housing starts in the first nine months of 1970 were sharply compared with the correspondiug J969 period. Observe holiday NEW YORK (AP) All United States stock and com- modity markets will be closed for trading on New Year's Day Jan, 1. All stock and commodity ex- changes will be open for trading on Thursday, Dec. 31, the day Jefore New Year's Day. How- ever, some exchanges, princi- a 11 y commodity exchanges, will hold abbreviated sessions. Single-family unit starts dropped per cent to 34.659 from 60.330 in the equivalent 1969 period. Apartment construction fared tetter. A total of units were started in the first nine months, down 12.8 per cent from in the corre- sponding period last year. The Economic Council of Canada says a minimum of 1.25 million housing units must be built in the six years to 1975 from 1970 inclusive to meet demand. DROPPED IN 1370 Since housing starts In 1976 appear to have dropped below the annual average target of starts, the yearly rato for the next five years must be at least 214.000.' The federal government ha.i indicated it intends to beef up the rate of housing starts. Mr. Benson's budget speech included a proposal that CMHC's budget be increased by million. The corpora- tion's budget was raised by million last August "to enable it to expand iis lending for construction of moderate- cost homes for home owner- ship and rental accommoda- tion for families of modest in- come." About 10 per cent of the housing starts this year were units built under NHA rental programs for low-income fam- ilies. Robert Andras, the federal minister responsible for hous- ing, has urged trustees of Canada's major pension funds to direct more of their invest- ment portfolios into single- family housing. He said the government would be willing to participate in some form of central mort- gage bank, through which mortgages could be traded in the same manner as bonds. Your NEW Authorized Deafer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 Playwright dies of hepatitis NEW YORK (AP) William Archibald, 53, playwright best known for the 1950 Broadway hit The Innocents, died here of infectious hepatitis. Archi- bald teamed with Truman Ca- pote to write the script for a 1961 movie version of the drama which was based on a novel by Henry James. Slaughter steers were 50 cents higher with heifers strong, cows 50 cents higher and bulls steady. Choice slaughter steers 31 to 31.50, good 29.50 to 30.50, mo- Egg prices EDMONTON (CP) Week- ly egg and poultry report is SuCfi u'y uic Jtiu6rui ucpaiV meat of agriculture: Eggs To producers A large 39; A medium 33; A small 16; B 19; C 6; cracks 6. To retailers A large 51 to 52; A medium 44 to 43; A small 27 to 28; B 33 to 34; C 19 to 20; cracks 19 to 20. To consumers (in cartons) A large 55 to 56; A medium 48 to 51; A small 31 to 36. Poultry To producers Live No. 1 chicken Broilers, dium 28 to 29.25. Choice heifers j ijij. Fowl Under 4 5 Tur- 28.60 to 29.30, good to 28.50, key Under 12, 12 'to 18, medium 26 to 27.50. Good cows over 18, 24. Live No. 2 21 to 21.80, medium 19.50 to chicken Broilers. 17. Turkey 20.50, earners and cutlers 13 to Under 12, 22Vi; 12 to 18, 2Vj; 19. Good bulls 22 to 2-1.50. over 18, 22. NOTICE TO Alt 1ETHBRIDGE HERAID DISPLAY ADVERTISERS Th0 Automotive Division of tho Depl, of Imperial Oil Limited is pleased to an- nounco the appointment of MR. JACK MOORE o! o Franchisee1 Dealer. MR. MOORE ho: recently completed Imperial's newly de- veloped Fronehiss Training Pro- gram which has assisted him in providing superior customer ser- i vice. i Extended I e o s e, Improved j security, professional business as- j sislance, and personal equity j ore components of tho new agreement. MR. 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