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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Market prices up fractionally TORONTO i.CPi Prices on the Toronto stock market were fractionally higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. Tne industrial index, consid- ered a major indicator of mar- ket was up .19 to 225.SI and tt-estern oils 2.09 10 5ST.45. Golds were off .33 io 209 71 and base .10 10 97.94. Volume by H a.m. uas OW shares compared with 744.- ixxi traded by Lhe same time Tuesday. Among secioi-s of the markei recording sains were beverage. ciiernjcaT food processing ar.d pipeline stock; while bank, oil ?.esl aixl issue; were lower. Advances were well ahead of declines. 158 10 89. while 207 is- sues remained uncharged. Victoria and Grey Trust rose to S35. Life 1 to S66. Andres Wines I io S4S. Dome Pe.e 1 u> and Texaco -u to Harlequin dropped lo 514. Shell Canada to 556: I'ni- 15 cents lo Can- ada 's io J45-> and Bank of Nova Scoria to Sherritl Gordon increased :i In and Yellow knife 10 cents to So.70 Falconbridge 'ell to 514. Alminex climbed 15 rents to 56 9-5 while Clark Canadian lost i i cenii ;o H.30. change. Andre? Wines gai.ied to S4S and Canada Packers io while Canada Cc- raeni Lafarge dropped r-v io S59 and B.C. Forer. io On Ihe Canadian Siock Ex- change. Cah'per Developments gir.-ed five cents io 2! cenu or, 21.100 shares. NEW YORK AP S'.Of's opened sharply higher to- oay on ihe New York Siock Ex- change as investors reacted io Nixon's announce- rriMt iha; a Viemsm ceaseiire will begin Saturday Advances outnumbered by about 3-1 and Ihe Dow average o; .30 industrial stocks was up more than four Losers ournumbered among Canadian slocks, ilclnlyre drooped I1.- lo 550-., snd fractional losses were shown by Alcan. Distillers Sea- srams. Hudson B a y Mining. Inco. Msssey ard Walker Goo- derham Dome Mines gained and Canadian Pacific and Granby Mining each. On the American. Scurry Rainbow. Brascan and Cana- dian Javelin eased while Neo- nex added MONTREAL CP Decides outnumbered acivecce? 'p Combiried i-ie t'-eal and Canadian ex- changes at 11 am WE; shares, compared a: the same lime Tuesday dropped .4V to iW.'l. ind'iisLriais .27 to 2-50 14 and comrnsite .OS to whiir Beef WINNIPEG 'CP> Ln i beof futures close Tuesday Mar 4175: May 4KVB 's iviiurr.e- No rain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG fCP'-Flax ar.d rapeseed conlinued earlier while Thun- der Bav rapesecd lagged far 1 ehin.d in ac'.ive trading mid- on the Winnipeg Com- mridity Exclsar.Ee R'.'e va5 siightly lo'A'er. ic-y higher and oais Tuesday's of trade 2.323.000 of flax. of rapeseed and of r-'e. .MID-SESSION PRICES: Flax: May highci 4'; higher 4.2C'iB. Ocl "eh higher 4 16B; Nov. 10 hishei 3.9IB. Jan. higher March 6 niaher 3.7BB: June :ri higher 3.1'5-j: Sep 3 higher 3 SPA. Nov. 3'i higher Raoeseed Tmmrier Bay higher July -'5 rush- er Oct. 1 higher 327: Nov. not open. Of-if- May unchanged July unchanged I.IV-'--A: Oct. not open. Barley. May higher July 't higher 1.51B: Oct. higher 1.493. Rye: May 1 lower 1.SO: I's lower 1.70: Ocl.' "WINNIPEG TP- crsm q'-HTLej; basi? head High Low Close Flav i May i-V, 440' 3fl i Kapesccd Jan W; S7' 370 Ml1- 37'' Jun SST-s Sep 356 3-V ___ ___ J3fi Rapeseed Thunder Bay 330 330 i Or' 527 SM Dollar Value MONTREAL CP V 5 dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon today was ur. chanced a; ?n.P9 is-ln Po-jnii sieriins up o-16 al S2 35 11-16 In New York, the Canadian May 107-; 0, Barlrv May :.Vi -l-y I.Vi-.. Oct T4S'-i i On' udliues caineri W io 162 fo and dollar was UD 1-32 at si.00 MS. bsnks .'M to 276.S? Pound sterling up -i s: E 35 OP the Montreal Suxk Ex- Ifi SIMPSONS bears ATTENTION COMMISSION SALES PEOPLE You Are Needed In (he following areas: AUTOMOTIVES APPLIANCES FURNITURE TV and STEREO e'-'1 9crrvr.cs is cssurec to 'no cgg'-essiv perscr. be giver lo those with e cf TP? cr c r !a'ed areas. Benefits are OS follows: 5 day week Discount on purchases Medical Profit sharing Apply in pErion to SIMPSONS-SEARS PERSONNEL DEPT. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Lumber firm net Toronto mme.s, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST B'D OR SALE (UiDC i m. Ou-.-" (li'W am. Ouc'til MINES Pme T .23 De.-. -7 n: Cdn Oil "5 Woior- 7i- 7 PD I-' 1 i Oil Cae 21 yr.ojns 2? S d 4 ,r-. A'eire' C-sicrrcr-- 'e E-s" J D "5 Z-.-.Ta: Dsrriir- v-rti 31 05 INDUSTRIALS V-'jrr, _ '_ ____________________________ January 24, 1973 THF LHHBPlDOE HERALD 23 Public hearings to be held on Turkey marketing plan Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied bf McCaais Limited) LAST BID OR SALE VANCOUVER CP Bri-jsn Columbia Product Ltd announced Tuesday ihai earrings increased EU. 5 per cent ID 1P72 while net sale? increas- ed 22.P per cent. Earnings per common share jumped 111.5 per The company said sales loUi- million in 1972. an in- cre-s? of SoO.6 million from 1P71 o: Miw." million Ne'. earnings SIPS mil- lion las: year, an increase CE 55.ri million. This reiuii- ed in earnings of 5C.75 per conv mon share in 1P72. up Sl.45 from SI.30 common share Ian A. BaV.iay. BCFP prea- the increases uere mainly a result of higher Juniper pljTs'Ood prices. STW L-icressed shipment? of lumber Mr. Barclay predicted these should remain firm In BCFP reported nei 53-as o: million, wrih net es-iTitee? of 51.3 irJlhon which in earnings of 19 oeors. OTTAWA 'CPi Public hearings on a producer plan lo control Ihe raiting and selling of under a national markeiine agency will be held in three provinces this Febru- ary. Cr.airman Paul Eabev of the National Farm ProducLs ketinE Council announced the hearings and derails of the mar- keting plan at a ne-At cfjiu'tr- en'.-e e Ii if the set-ond nEtionci mar- ke'.ing plan requeued hy pro- ducer'- under ie'Jevbl passed las: ;-e2r regijliie eg v- earlier mrjii'h snd be able TO ibeir on ihe lurkey aeenc-y B: a heirms in Feo 15. one b N.5 Kf if- arid an- o'-her in mu-i f'i? nonet the markeunr council in OUfcu-g before Feb 12 ;he plan i; panicu- lariy smcf DUI ihree Ailantic Ed'.vtrd Island. Brans ex E r-d agencies io control lurke) pro- duction and sale. BIJ; consume: STOUD? are io argue ihai turkey 3genc> hy crnCelling produc- non and ttyouEh auoia? and various surpiuf-reducms plane, iril! create hieber turkey prices. LEND STABILITY oc'ait? of tut pian argue ihci stcEcies lend stabibi> "D in pric-p ;o both CM 5-_ners and farmer? ihe hesriiiE? are olete. "h? viu tiJ6 proposal so sei up a niarkecnc and Muiifie- Eugene Tr.e uirkey currency ha? E ihrouth pro'ar.cial mar- ksuiig 'wards agre? on qutv.-ss d o; m ari: e tin t TD filters-. For t.'ie laft years, the com- ha_- set turkf-y quota and ha? doled ou: of :hat quo'.s to vsriou? Tn !5 e sr. bit c uo: z a: rniiiion pound? of rurke> ha? been divided on the o" prod'jcnon On-ario o: the quota, fol bv Aibena. I'nder ih? proposed she 3Eenc'." would deter- mine how much turkey me2: i? required each year, establish provincial shares of tha' de- mand arc for other provinces or a-eaf T.o en- icr Ae RKGl'LATF TRADF conirpl i Tne ihe co-iro; of but for snob rerulsrion can _ _ to r mere DO KIK-K LO 11 a.n: a: 'Jif Calgsry pub- or, me plan provLncial lie ?hoiT s.ile? o1 Good feeder over 750 boar if :o esiabiish head. cov-s o: :o -_ Good feeder ir. iheir marker, as ior.c plainer qusliry. Trade wss ".o S7.50. Good stock a? are live srd ieecer ro u-e-e in shon supply. :i n agency. The agency would buy turkeys and maintain a support price in ihe even: of surpluses. The plan eventuaDy provides for an advisory committee which would include consumer representatives. That coro- m i 11 e e would determine whether the marketing plan was working In ihe of ;he various tixiups. Htad office fur agency wouid ir, Winnipeg. Mr. Babey said broiler pro- ducers also are dJscussiiiz bnngirit Lfieir under a national Eemcy and Ihat tfjp--e wa? afcn >ome ciscussioa among ho? The sgenc'ies can be for a number of things, including promotion of produci and re- search 55- as ins of Stockyard breaks record in 1972 handlea rnil'-ori of iix-es-o- receipt? a: '.he Leihbridse P Hog prices HDMONTON CF pj-.c-e? ID a IT. provided MfirHennE iii ourLnE Decem- r-vr "hi- mor.-.r. hos jeedcr s'.eer? soid 21 record pncres during red ah i hiCTer ths- b Che ice sieer? ?oia for a high o' c-ctiie a: ed rjy hesn or :V..2 per Tuesday 41 te J; Io. e v e r a se L'oyc mincer: average CALGARY -j--i' hoLs -old 'o: fold TiKMay aver- age 5a. To'.ej SOld -'Vr-. average 2f ,V> 24-01-7-1 Ol.Oipp? '.he Si'KK- ciTGS pdC'kzJJil plants WET'S slaughtered s; iocs.' packing Thf Treir to other i- for slaushter. direc; of ca'lie by 51.47? Inefld from 1P7: o: I" car'.le :or o: catie in I P were ".P72. compared u1 r T-3-- FUSCi r- -rr-3r Gold f tl v.TNMPEC- CP Go.c ?j- i .5 ftno? per our-re. __ ior OF Si-: Oc; 7T e" Jan 6g.303. I stocks Preferred Finance Corporation Ltd. M160 Colgary Place, 345 Avt. S Colgorv P'-c-e Vr; C (Snpplied 67 Richardson Securities of T 5; E: YORK AVERtEEs "-i'TCRDSTO livestock reflec-i -'ob Caic.iry TO V: and o; :he Lsiionil LOCAL FIRM REQUIRES AN EXPERIENCED DRAFTSMAN With Estimating Ability Please send complele to P.O. Box 1202, Lethbridge Public Service .Canada: fonctionpublique Canada COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN NURSES Sulory to iPlus Northern Allowance Department of National Health nnd Welfare Medical Services, Northern Region Inuvik General Hospital, Inuvik, N W T DEPARIMENT OF NATIONAL HEAL1H AND WELFARE MEDICAt SERVICES. NORTHERN REGION 1-101 BAKER CENTRE 10025 106 STREET EDMONTON, AlBESTA T5J 1H2 Th'n. shelly soicJ dovni :o IS. were Al and 3? 73 io 40 tvl AS rhS.30 :o A: VALUE TIME from the creators of MOTOROLA lows n-. D: :o n; :4 :o -j.i.5. -.vso i.i J4. I'nxxi :p Quasar Ivir.c heifers, Earning? up G.s? Ti-u-k Co (f, 1970 AIRFIELD APPLIANCES AND TV SALES LTD. College Mall 1242 3rd Ave. S. ''hone 328-9443 Phone 32S-OOS7 CAPITOL FURNITURE'S... Annual Store-wide RED TAG SALE In Full Swing Shop Now for Fantastic Money-Saving Bargains in CARPETS FURNITURE APPLIANCES ;