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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta II THE 1ETW9RIDGE HERAIO Thimdny, January 18, 1973 Rapeseed grower wheat board T.-e Ca-' i-.vii v.i-e.i: .-r.d barley in Al- vwj! I'-jMni iii> British Columbia is (euctv a r.jpt-.-iVii -o'.ver uv -0 ;o -15 per cent from last Weer.-.'Mi.iy for i-o .-i.vr.tir.-; in Saskatch- ewan per cent higher and cvecoii v.ix-a'. ro.-.r.-: b i-'O per cent higher, delivers ir.e r: to crush- Tro ir.croases mean produc-. Ics ers i? '.o pay about S7 more i :.i a ho; to market weight' Valle'v' V" "u-'.l 1J? lo s-5 more to feed a Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicrty. McCnalg Umlted) Stock market up in active trade sever o-.T.cem ha5 been "-i-- chicken pro- Tr.ev ihev nil! no: :j enough to cover without inriung 'o'.ver prired imports from the Stater. "Lei's rf: s: wheat be-rd v, cut ducer. ''As 15 farmer? car. gel cneir rr.ce irey v.-Jl pro- duce s-.'.y Beef futures WINNIPEG iCFi Live beef itosr caws o; :vrirej Wediesd.iy. J-. :9.50B; Mar -'41.25B: May 4I.WA. volume: Three con- A'.iwna :b.e fj.rrr.ers cor- virau f'.n costs. The -'r. raded Ql ITE COLD told the s'-ronj for Car.sci's official ten1.- ly fnrc? the o; prrature 31 degrees below srd poiLir.-. -ere. recorded at Snag in the HSTDLG HSTJM. c: Y u k o r, Territory in February, Vigor Feec- tr.e rric? o: f" rece TORONTO 'CP' Prices on the Teyonio stc-ck marker were in active today. The ir.uex. consid- eycc a .'zi.ijor of mar- ket LP .-5 to base metals .11 a; S7.33 anod wesiern cils .13 to :36.fl Golds wore off 1.60 to li1. by 11 was one million shares comDarcd with trctied by the time Feod general tai; real estate stocks were amo.ig sec- tors oi the msrkec recording giiirs vrruie merchandising sisei. oil refbirs ard beverage Issues were k-v.-sr Advances de- 176 to I'.''e issues Torcr.'o 5 "i to 571, Hudson's Bay Oil arjd Gas to Literp-rovjicial Pipeline ;o T2 to Sis szd Vecrome? 10 cents to 51.20. OU slipped 1-; to PencisETon's -j to Kapid -I :o VS Ssn-ire :o Si; ar.d F-'-ioxbrldge Nickel to S71-: Rio to 15 cents :o 1003 4th Avenue S., Lethbridge Telephons 328-4436 MONTREAL CP' Ul'.Jtiss crjy sector to gain b on he Mon- treal s-cck market today. Combizoi volume on the Mon- treal and Canadian stock ex- changes at 11 a.m. shares, compared wit at the same Wednesday. Industrials droppo-i .35 to 125J.76, pcpers .27 :o 106.67.; j banks .2.; to 282.25 and the com- posite .06 to 239.25 wh'-O utilities gained .So to 163.37. On the Montreal Ex-j change. Versafood to Hudson's Bay 1's to i and Scott's "s to while Fa'.corbridge i Nickel dropped 1 to ?7l. On the Canadian Ex-! change. New Mines. gained foil- cents to 71 cer.ts on CC.OOO snares. NEW YORK (AP' Stock, marked prices rose j again today, triggered by posi-1 ecocomic repor..-; a-d en- couraging Met- The noon Dow e.'sge oi 30 was 4 90 to 1.034.H. and advances out-' declines by about 7 to ir. moderate iradiai; the New York Stock Among Canadian Gon- sisr was up :J to Massey- Ferguson to Alcac :i to S26-3 and Distiler? up -i to S47-5. Mines j dropped 1 to ST2. Mclrttyre to i SM'-4 and Hudscr. MiciEg :.i to On the Arcex. Brssoar gated to S2I. Canadian Javeiia m SS'j, .Neones to f4Ts and I Scurry Rainbow to 519. Pre-! ston dropped to arxi Ca- nadian Martori BID (11 :W J.m. a.m. a.m. Ouoffil WESTERN OILS Airs Easl Gas Ind Crowsnesl Special Cdn Invesi 5.J3 5.V5 Al-nlnex Asarrera Asniand BP Canada Brenda Mines Ccn Ex Gas Crin Ind Gai Oil Cdn Long Is C_--i Super 1.1.75 20.121? 4.75 7. JO J.M .35 A Cygnus B Falcon Copper F and Trusr Genifar Horre A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil HLfl Bay A Ptd Hi-sh Resell Husky Oil Hi-sVy B 13.50 9.00 13.00 jVw 23.CO 53.50 M.75 iS.75 :o.7S Mutual 7.33 B.05 Cmnw Inler 1J.57 17.iS Cmnw Lev .1.33 4.76 Cmnw Vent ?.J8 Cccp Invest 4.J3 7.17 Ctrc 1" St F 5.61 6.16 Dreyfus F U.S. 13.22 U.49 Gr in Shares OO Gr Equity 10.1S Invesi Gr P 13.29 H.S3 InVMt 4.S2 Mutual Ac 6J9 7.03 VJjtiul Gr F 5.Ci Nat KM B.25 902 D W Cdn 5 W 641 E War W Gr 5.78 6.45 Giar.r Prrv Gr 529 5.EQ Prcv 7.3i 7.U Gl Gr B.PJ 9.77 Say 9.30 LyiTon West 8.33 P.1J Ncble MIrss Ncrtn Can Royal Acrcll Mairice c Oil .03 Fan Warner Cdn pise; A S -10 Explcr .5: Rarcer LINE Kcna .si SCL'rrv .Ci GBS Nat .60 Trfal Tatal Pe7t N5- Gas N ard C GBS N a-d C S Prd He 2 12.13'i .15 Rsa .10 Lcrnex EJO Primer .341, j PC76 'A W-? Standard .78 Valljy Ccpoer 7 10 irler 3.JO Acres Cia B Brew 3.JS 57' Cdn J.iO 5C Indus' .JO 5C Sugar C Trans entry of U.S. DES fed cattle B- P'd Cc- P'd v-. 05 ,3 Flsirs .iO inri Rsi .73 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE i.-i. Oucles] fll.r-3 M'-.B a.m. Guc'ts) MINES N-rie Ass. 1.1-3 Frs 7s 50 Grt cV- Oil 8.i5 2--.. C-f.i V.C'CT f5 PC. Exr :.C5 Grt FB .15 C-U' OH Cca Just arrived! f a new wig style j .at Eaton's i Only 19.88 and very beamiiuL That's the latest style ir, our no-cap'wig collection. Ifs a r mg. Our stvljst has done it In a dressj' vray, but you can re-do to ploase yourself. Brush it into a more casual shag. Tie it Ijack with a ribbon, 1 Flip trie ends a little. It's in 100% K'anekalon wig now at Eaton's. At only 19.88, you'll bt- glad you did. Personal Shopping Only. Wig Bar, n Finn: Shop Eaton's Tonight until 9 and Friday 9 'til 9 Buy line 328-8811. Use your Eaton Come True Card 3 1 r t :o T Le Ke 'y Cc-C See- 5: Elscna 5- t 7' :3-': cr.'i1- v.: 50 r 5s F '-r 5'S--- s --1 Ce T- C-" :f s? T v, .-i. C-2S F': L'-'c-i ;j- !-r L- rr 0 v f e C- 50 r 'A Ci- 1.75 lly PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Cattleman MP Bert Hargrave told the House of Commons Wednesday night that although Canada has suspended the use oi a special chemical implant into cattle after May 1 United States cattle which have been 'beefed up' with this chemical mil be allowed into this country to be slaughtered. Mr. Hargrave Hat) a former president of the Canadian Cattlemen's Associ- ation and the man defeated Liberal Agriculture Minister Bud Oldson in the Oct. 30 fed- eral election, said the chemical was diethyl stilbestrol com- monly called 'des'. The Alberta MP ssid in spile of the Canadian suspension oi the chemical U.S. fed cattle "quite properly finished uith j des implants1' would soon be entering this country. He wanted Agriculture Minis- ter Euaer.p to him v.-hat the government intended to do about the situation. Mr. said research into the chemical is being carried out in the U.S. and Canadian of- ficials are in the U.S. watching the research. He said a report has not yet been finalized. "Until that report is flnalia-d end brought to my attention am not in a position to mate a decision." said the minister. Mr. Hargrave sid he was concerned about the rossibilih- cf U.S. imports of 'des' treated carOe because the Canadian i suspension of the chemical had i resulted in a feeding efficiency loss of some 10 to 15 per cent. i Mr. Whelan told him was "aware of the rYsadvantage our producers will be under if American producers are allowed to use the product" and [hen import catUe to this coun- try- sericulture minister said he is willing to talk about the problem wirh his U.S. counter- part. Also, he has discussed the mailer Health Minister Marc Lolonde in an attempt to find out what Canada will do if the U.S. government okays the continued use of 'des' in that country. Another Alberta MP. this time Paul Yewchuk abasca also tackled Mr. 'Whe- !an on chemicals given carile. Mr. Vewchuk. a medical doc- tor, said antibiotics are "rou- tinelv" added to callle feed. is a good deal of evi- to indicate that these may be more hamrful to hu- mans in some ways than dJethyl-stilbestrol.1' he said. The Athabasca MP to know what the government in- tended to do about this matter. Mr. Whelan said it is undsr constant study by health tnd welfare specialists. If action was necessary It would be taken. any decisions sre mace we want to make that wv will be able to make the risnt decisions." Mr. VThe- Ian to'rf the Commons. Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGARY fCP' Receipts to 11 a.m. from the Caieary pli-i'lic siockyards shows sales cf OT head oi mostly steers arxi cows w-ith an overnight Hog price JONTON (CPi rices to 11 a.n e Alberta Hog i Marketing Board: "'jjri i EdmOTFon- 39.00, i EDMONTON V.S. dollar in terms ci Canadian f'jids at neon today unchanged at S0.99 31-32. Potnd sterling up i-16 at NEW YORK (CP) Cina- cian dollar in terras of U.S. fir.ds at noon up :s at SI.CO IS ;64. Pound sterling up 3-64 at 52.35 21-64. Preferred Financa Corporation Ltd. M160, Calgary Placf, 345 S.W, Colgary B-'cgs ;incncing nr.d over. Expec err service. M5S. R. TXOM 105 101'-: Va't 1S5'-. ITS 169-- JOHN DEERE INDUSTRIAL Ars you planning for the future? c' cu.- faciNtiM m 1973 IMMEDIATELY qualified nechansei who Q'f inrtreiled in growing wl'S ui crd Tcp ratfi wiih benefiri for ?r-a rigkl pesple. Local In orial will orranged. Wrili to KEN BROWN, c 'o COAST TRACTOR A EQUIPMENT, 1211 GREAT NORTHERN WAY. VANCOUVER, B.C. or PHONE 873-165) Evftningi phone J8L34I6. SIMPSONS-SEARS Canada's fastest growing retail business has immediate openings in the field of CREDIT SALES MANAGEMENT A wide variety of challenging opporlunitiei are avail- able due to our continuing expansion program. Minimum age 21 v. ith one or rrcre of the following qualifications ed-jcc'icn Re'ated experience loans, finance ccn-ponies o'Her specific credit granting capacity. FhMe positions offer in-.mediate challenge and respon- libilities. Apply In person PERSONNEL OFFICE SIMPSONS-SEARS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;