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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Auguil 27. 1971 LETHBRIDGE HERALD 2: CANADA APPOINTMENTS C. R. Bcbee s announced Lhe appointment Vlanager Prairie, with head-ccceds C. H. Bcbee who inager Ontario, mada in 1949 and held various Marketing Department prior if T'i ik w' Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PHESS TIME TODAY Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., about 600 head; mostly mixed grades of replacement cattle. Trade was active. Slaughter cattle were mostly good and choice slaughter steers selling steady with closing prices Thursday. Cows were steady. Choice slaughter steers 30.25 to 31, good 29.50 lo 30.25. medium 28 to 29.25. Good cows 21.50 to 22.20, medium 20 to 21.25, earners and cutlers 16 lo 19. Replacement cattle were mostly mixed grades of report ling steers selling at steady prices. Slock heifers w c r c steady and good si'nck were scarce selling at steady prices. Gccd feeder steers more than 750 pounds 30.25 to 31, less than 730 pounds to 35.50. Good feeder heifers more than 575 pounds 27 to 30.70, depending on weight. Hogs base price 23.20. Mctcleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On offer at the Fort Macleod Auction Market this week were 540 head of cattle and calves. Choice steers and heifers sold mostly steady with last week and cows also held with last week's trade. Bologna bulls sold SI .50 under with a top of 24.00 The feeder market remained steady. Choice steers 31.50-31.70; good steers 30-31; choice hiefers 27-27.70. Good cows 22.75-24; medium cows 21-22.50; canners and cutlers Good bologna bulls 22.75-24; medium bologna bulls 20.75-22.50. Good two-year-old grass steers 31.90-32.80; good four-year old grass steers 34.50-36. Good light steer calves 42-44.20; good light heifer calves 36-37.25; good feeder heifers Vancouver, C (Supplied by Dohc-rty LAST BI a.m. Quoles, A WESTERN OILS HucJ Bay AlmintX 5.70 Hugh Russ Allii lEasI Gas 5.10 Husky Oil Camera 18.50 Husky Oil Ashland Oil 11-50 Husky Oil B. p. Oil, Gas i.VO Inter Prcw Cdn Southern 5.30 Inter Slcel Cdn Export Gas 385 Cdn Home 10.00 KalEC-r Cdn Home. Pld. 19-JO Kam Kail Cdn Ind G53 11.12V? L. DuJaull CrJn Long Is. .6E L Onl Cdn Superior -13.50 W.GF Man Cenl Del Rio 16 Menlor Charier 5.eO Nweconex 7.00 Pacific Pe Dome Pete 35 03 Rank Orq Dynamic Pele .93 Selkirk HD Greal Plains IM.oo Shell Cdn. Lochiel Expl. 1.12 Shell Inv F Mill Cify 1.54 inv. New Cont. .65 Norlh Cdn Oil fi.75 Teledyne Numsc 1075 Wesl Cdn Permo .51 Pelrol 1.J2 CAL Pinnacle .60 Acroll Place Gas Barons Oil Ponder .A2 North Con Ranger 12.42'A Madison Scurry Rafn. IS.JO We'1 Warn Spooner 1.82 PIPELIN Tolal Pelrol 7.60 Alia Gas 1 West Decalld Alia Gas T MISCELLANEOUS Cdn N INDUSTRIES inland Nal Agra Indus. N and C Aico Indus. B.oo N and c Agualaine Brit Nlld 5.50 Sflr Cdn Brev, A 30.12V2 J Wclro Cdn Brew B 35.75 P Cdn Hydro Car, 14.75 4? Cdn Occidental 9.07V2 Pp Cdn Pan Inv. 23.75 ATr Trand CPR Pfd. A U.37Vz wesrern Pa Cygnus A 6.00 MUTUA Cygnus B 6.00 An Cdri CD Cum. Prop 13. DO Cdn D Gl. Cdn ON 5.05 AH cdn V Gt. Cdn Oil 6-75 101.00 Amr Gr F Home Oil A 3-1.50 AGF Spec! Home Oil D 3d. 50 Cdn Invest Home and Pll. 7.30 Col quotations algary, Montreal Uoadhausc and McCuaig) D OR SALE m. Quoieii a.m. Guotnti) )ll 57.75 Corp invest 5.46 597 ell 1B.B7V1 Corp In SI Fd 5.13 5.6 16 Dreyfus F U.S. 12.J7 13.67 B 4312Vj Gr In Shares 3.52 War 7.20 Gr Equify 6M 7.04 Pioe 1? !5 Invesl Gr F 10.96 Pipe AAulual 5.3J 5.64 .to Mulual Ac 5.3B 5.9 50Q Mutual Gr F 5.22 i.7 Ndl Res 7.33 7.9 ww, N W Finance i.55 5.0 7 (J W Gr 5.52 6.0 sae 1 75 Prlnc'Pal Gr sci Roy'und 5.5S 58 7emp Gr 24.A4 24.P Uniled AC -1.91 S.t Universal Sav 7.19 7.0 1" VANCOUVER Anuk 30 Arclic Mining .07 Fd 3R.OO Alias Explor rf 1E.DO Salh Worse 2.75 Beth Copper 19. 4. 35 Block Bros 3.20 Seed 4.6S Brcnda 5.70 B.C. Sugar 19 00 GARY B.C. Sugar Pfd 1675 .61 Cf-pt Inler dfti'j Churchill Copper .66 .02 Columbia Cell 4.30 51 Coronallon Credit 1 05 T 34 Crest For Ind 4.55 E STOCKS Cnfyden .19 r L A "0 Dol'V Varden .SO r L PfJ H CO Dynasty 7.60 aas 23 rjD Forl Reliance 39 t Gas 16'iS Mascot 5.10 Gas 13.25 Granisle Gas 15.50 Growers B 1 (.S B Pfd 30.75 Key Indus! .7-1 Trans 13.00 Hys AS Pfd A 66.75 Inlerior Brew 4.M 5 'nler Mariner .79 3S.i2l'i Kamloops Copper .WVi Pfd A 6i.on Lornex 7 Ha Pfcl B -12.55 Lyllon Minerals l.VO War 11 25 New Imp Mines .75 Okanagan Helicop 6.00 cfflc Plains Pete .11 L FUNDS Primer .09 m 8 40 9 IB Pyramid ,40 vid 9.50 Silver Standard 1.25 nt 3.72 d.od Stampede Intl Res .77 602 661 Texmonl a 2.95 Trojan 1A F A.54 A 98 Weslern Mines 2.V6 6.29 6.91 WC Res er 13.U UJJ Western Explor .18 3.J6 3.EO Ufica .25 es, industrials on Securities ol Canada UR SALE n. Quotes) f a.m. Quo'eil Dofasco 2-1.00 10.00 CAB .25 Fd of Amre 68.00 Gt Cdn Oil 5.00 26.25 Gne Molors 84 50 28.00 Gt Lakes Pap U.25 Gulf Oil Cda 25.00 15 Greyhound ld.fi2Vj '-15 Han-fcer Sid ?.5D Huron, Frie Hjram 3675 P- imperial Oil 1 "nw1 Tob 19.6V2 r Inl Nickel 33.12V3 Inl Pipe 23.12V3 Inv Gp A 7.37'A H, n'nn Inl Utilities 3925 nes 395 'ndusl Accept 18.50 nrcaves 1 30 Laurenlide fl.OO greaves 1.30 12 Loeb 3.90 Bear 4.75 Lobtaw A 5.75 09V) Melro Slores 42.00 TRIALS Massey Ferg 3 B7Vz McMillan Bloe 23.75 19.00 Moore Corp 35 25 el Molsons A 1B.12V? fi 00 Molsons B North, Cent J5 SO Power Corp 4.90 16 50 Price Co I.BJVi 63.25 Rothmans 1262V: SI Law Corp 19.00 1900 Shell CDA 38.00 19.00 Simp Scars t. Simp Sear.; 25.12V3 7 00 Steel of Can 25 nVi 5.DO Selkirk A 15.12W e 390 Texaco 34.35 26.25 Trader.- Gp A 13.25 I 1 no Trans Mln Pp 11.25 Trans Can Pp 13 00 Union Gas 15.00 31.25 Union Oil 47.50 2.30 Weslcel 11-50 31 75 Union Car lfi-25 63 trfi Wcston's B 21 Woodward's A fl.50 Union Car 4.50 20 00 Zenith Flee 1.75 54. TO BANKS 24 50 Can Imperial 1337V'3 Montral 15.B7VJ lfi.25 Nova Scotia 13.75 Royal 27.25 38 75 Tor-Dom 26.00 rk stocks on Securities of Canada Ward 34.00 30 Golds 174.66 olf 33 9625 10 Base Mel 8B.B2 oil 34 NJ. 71.25 15 W Oils 237.13 Up .63 116.75 Vnlume YORK AVERAGES 30 Indusl up 1.76 e PJ.Jj 20 Rails 241-42 off ,13 33 75 15 Ulililies 112.95 up .06 AVERAGES fi5 Slocks 310.40 up .30 75.99 up Volume n D, R. Nelson Gulf Oil Canada Limited ht of D. R. Nelson as Division quarters in Calgnry. He su recently named Division M Mr. Nelson joined Gulf Cc managerial positions in the to his appointment as Mana Parts and Accessories for Market at mid-E TORONTO (CP) Industrial issues edged fractionally higher, while all other sectors ot the Toronto stock market moved norning in cautious mid-morning trading Loday. On index, industrials were up .23 to 175.68. Golds dropped 4.07 to 174.20, base metals .29 to 811.87 and western oils .49 to 236.01. Volume by H a.m. was shares, compared with at the same lime Thursday. Advances held a narrow margin over declines, lo 77, with 167 issues unchanged. Weakest sectors were banking, paper and forest, real cslate and trust nnd lean issues. Beverage, merchandising, utility and steel issues pasted moderate advances. Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas dropped Vj to International Utilities to Bethlehem to AMD Pan Ocean to Winnipeg Supply and Fuel climbed 111 lo Bakham Holdings Ltd., which owns 58 per cent of the company's common shares has made an offer for all Uie remaining shares at a share. Canadian Tire A rose V4 to Dofasco to Central-Del Hio to Bell to and Inco to LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) The stock market rallied in light morning trading Ixxlay as prices rcse in most sectors. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same Hme Thursday. On index, the composite rose .30 (b 180.15, industrials .33 to 183.28, utilities .20 to 151.51 and banks .27 to 207.56. Papers fell .34 lo 79.01. Denison Mines rose to S25Vi, Dofasco tc Slelco to S257e, Scott LaSalle M o S33, Canron to and Dominion Textiles lit to Moore Corp. dropped ]t to S35'.z, Holiinger Mines to and Montreal Trust Vt to ?17Vz. On the Canadian Stock Exchange, Caliper Development Ltd. rose 20 cents to on a volume of shares. AVERAGE CLIMBS NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices scored modest gains in today's moderate trading on the heels of some encour-ujl'ing international econorrj; news. The noon Dow Jones average cf 30 industrial stocks was up 2.85 at 900.95. Advances held a moderate lead over declines on the New York Stock Exchange. The Japanese government an nounced ils decision lo float Ihe yen, considered undervalued The old value had contributed to Japanese economic strength and cut into the American econ omy. At noon, the Associated Press 60-stock average rose .3 to 332.1, with industrials up rails cfl .4 and utilities off Motors, mail order-retail electronics, utilities, rails, anc airlines were higher. Oils anc aircrafls weie lower. All oilier slock categories were mixed. Among Canadian stocks Walker Gooderham added >i to Granby Mining was up Vi at ?2Ui and Alcan put on vi to Losers included Dome Mines off at Canadian Pacific down '2 at and off at Sll'.i. On the American exchange, Brascan was up Vi nt S19 and Preston was off '.'a al Ford sales surge DETROIT (AP) Despite a strong surge by Forcl Motor Co., sales ot United States-built passenger cars chopped slightly in the middle 10 days of August, ford reported Wednesday it sold cars in the period, an increase of 16.5 per cent over the sold in the same period last year. Ford attributed the strong sales performance to President Nixon's economic program, particularly the proposed repeal of the seven-per-cent excise tax on cars. "Our dealers indicate that early reaction to the president's economic message has attracted additional shoppers to their said Matthew S. McLaughlin, president ol Ford Marketing Corp., Ford's Bales subsidiary. American Motors Corp. also reported an increase, with sales up l.Ci per cent. DISCOUNT EFFECT Spokesmen for General Mo-lors and Chrysler, both of whose sales declined during the 10-day period, discounted (he effect of the economic program because it was not announced until the selling pciiod was half over. They said reports from their dealers indicale that customers are holding off purchases until the auto price situation is clarified. Chrysler reported the sharpest decline, with sales down 10.6 per cent in mid-Augufit. GM sales were down 3.4 per cent. The induslry as a whole reported selling cars in the period, down 2.1 per cent from the 191.045 sold last year1. So tar this year, U.S. auto-makers have sold up 7.3 per cent from 4.954.033 last year. Ycar-fo-yeflr Sales, this year and last, and percentage change bv auto-maker: GM, and up 9.5; Ford, and up 9.3; Chrysler and rionn one, AMC and down assets arc improved MONTREAL (CP) The Bank of Montreal says the iq-uidity of Canadian corporations has improved markedly in the last 18 months and cost-cutting measures taken in 1970 "greatly enhance the potential for improved profits." In its August business review published today, the bank noted a steady increase in corporate short-term debt through the 1960s. This resulted in a steady decrease in the ratio of current assets to current liabilities. The peak was reached in 1969 when short-term borrowing increased by a phenomenal 240 per cent, compared with an average annual rate of 16 per cent in the previous five years. "The consequences of borrowing shoit to such an extent was brought home to corporate treasurers when the tight monetary conditions and poor economic performance of and early 1970 greatly reduced their financial manoeuvrability." In 1970, corporations moved to readjust their liability structures, improve efficiency, cut costs and inventories and curb expansion plans. Accordingly, "the over-all financial needs of the corporate sector grew by only about half of 1969's nine per cent." Long-lerm between short- and long-term obligations moved back to levels prevailing in the mid-1960s, and this served to increase the financial strength of Company earlier this year. pri WINNIPEG (CP) Rape-seed prices were sharply lower on a heavy trading volume at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Local and commission houses were active on both sides cf the market. Other commodities were steady in a quiet volume of trade. Thursday's volume was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. MID-SESSION Flax: Oct. unchanged 2.36A; Nov. "2 lower 2.36A; Dec. unchanged z.32ViB; May unchanged 2.42A. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. H'l lower Nov. 5% lower Jan. review 2.GHJA; March 6-.'t la we Rapesced Thunder Bay Oct. ft lower 2.50'iA Dec lower May n lower 2.5BTSA. Dais: Oct. unchanged 66KB Dec. not open; May unchangec Barley: Oct. unchangec 1.04'iB; Dec. higher l.OS'iiB May 's lower 1.035sB. Rye: Oct. higher Dec. unchanged 09; May V higher 92. High Lav Close Oct 236 2.15 235 Nov 230 235 235 Dec 232 '2 232 !i 232 "4 May 241'ii Rapesml Vancouver Scp 279 276 Nov 272 Jan 2CG 2S2. Mar 261'z 259'i Rapeseed Tlwmlcr Bav Oct 2ng'i 255' i "236% Dec 257 252 !4 Mav 203 257 25D4 Oals Oct 67 6614 67 Dec 67 67% May esVt Bai-lcv Oct ioi'z 1MH IMRi Dec 104 103'4 1037i May IM'i 103'i 103'i Oct 87'.z BG'i 86Ts Dec 89 88H- May 92 SV.'s 91 '4 Bay Oil 47.00 Comnw Le Toronto min Supplied by Richards LAST Bir a.m. Quotes) o.r MINES Norlex Acme .24 Opemisha Advocalc ABb. VtO Osisko Akai'cho .42 Palino Black Bay .06 Pine Point Bralorne 1.BO Placer Dev Brculan .25 P.C. Exp. Delhlehom 19.75 Quebec Ma Brunswick 4.75 Rayrcck Canada Tuna 1.70 Radicre Caviar 20-000 Rio Algom Cenlra] Roman Cor Chimo 1 20 Sherrilt Go ConwESf B.dO Silver Mllle Cons. Rambler 1.75 Sleeep Roch Coin Lake .13 Corp. Cochencur .37 Texmonl Crfliomonl BBO Uncer Can Dickenson Wines 1.10 Weslern ftft Denison Mines 25.62 Vi Ha DEpr Horn -05 Willroy D'Elrbnfl -54 Windfall Dome Mines 6550 Yellowknlfe Donalda .OB'-'z Mines .90 INDUS Easl Malarlic 1.03 Abiitbi Eesl Sullivan 2. El Alcan Palconbridqe 93.00 Algoma St Frobex -3P Aico )nd Fir'l Marilirnes .BO Allan Suga Gianl Y.K. B.5Q Bell Tel BEVJS 1-90 Brazil Trac Granduc 5.35 B.C. Tel Headway R.L, 6 00 Burns Holiinger 3B.iO B C Fores Hudson Bay MS B C. Suoar Hydra Ex. -1' CAE Ind Iron Bay 3 15 ercw 'so 1JO Cnemcell Jollel Quebec 2.1 Co, Kerr Addison 7.90 Ca) power 38 M SenSRVL.r M.larlic G.F. .4! Murlln McNesly t.ra Comfnco Miclrim '.11 Inlcrn Mogul 1JO J.ons G" New WCEI Home B W D's' New Alhona .fcS Dom flndg New Calumet .51 Domlar Weiv Imperial .77 Dom Text Noranda 32.37Vj Dom Stores NorlhgEJle 7.45 Dome Pete New Yoi Supplied by Richards Amr T find T Mcnlgomcry Anaconda 16.S7'-i Soars Bclh Steel 21.121-2 Sid Oil o Chrysler 31.00 Texas Gull Conical 64.50 Texas Co Dupont 153 37V: V.'oolworlh GM SITS Westinqhou-Gulf U.S. S'ecl int Harvesler TORONTO Kenn Copper 33.iO 3D Indusl universities given grant OTTAWA (CP A group of western Canadian universities has been awarded a grant by the National Research Council to help develop research facilities for a marine biological station on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The new centre, the first of its kind on the Canadian west coast, will be at Bamfield, a fishing village on Barkley Scunl. Located in an old federal cable slalion, Ihe centre will be mn by a group cf five western Canadian universities Alberta, C'algarv, Brilisb C o 1 u ni b i a, EiiiiDn'Fraser and Victoria. The group bought 190 acres of land including about two miles of shoreline in the area last year. The NRC grant will help finance construction of a system of pipes am. holding tanks for Tcsh ar.d fish and other marine cut in air fares LONDON (Reuter) Fare reductions of up to 50 per cent on European air services will be )roposed at an international conference nest month, it was announced today. state-owned British Airways will make the jroposals at a meeting in iliami of Ihe International Air Transport Association. The aim s to fill seme of BEA's empty seats yearly on European lights. The discount fares would booking and payment at east four months in advance, teturn flights would be not ear-ier than six nights and net later han two months after the out-vard flight. A second cheap-fare facility will be proposed initially for Condon-Amsterdam, London-Brussels and London-Paris routes in which passengers booking a sest on the eve of de-jarture would get a round-trip icket for the one-way futures WINNIPEG (CP) Maritime potato (ulures Thursday: Open High Low Close Nov 2.25N Mar 2.65N Apr 2.70.N May 3.05A seek for fish proct ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) -The federal government will bo asked to allow the Portuguese to process and trans-sliip fish in bond in Newfoundland. Premier Joseph Smcllwood said here. The premier said in a telephone interview from Toronto a Portuguese proposal (o begin using St. Pierre, capital ol French-owned islands off Newfoundland's south coast as a northwest Atlantic supply base instead of St. John's would be a loss to the entire province. The loss would be a "lamentable one sentimentally, historically and financ i a 1 1 y as well." Jaime Fcrreira, Portuguese consul in St. John's, said Tuesday two representatives of his country's fishing industry were in St. Pierre lo collect information on port fees, fish irans-ship-menl facilities and availability of bait and supplies. Mr. Feireira said Canadian criticism of an alleged tlire.i! posed to northwest Atlantic fish slocks by the Portuguese was n "false accusation" and was authority "ssing base Portuguese fishermen began using St. John's as a supply base shortly after explorer Gas-par Cortercal became the first of his seafarers to visit Newfoundland hi 1501. Today the fleet consists of 40 vessels with men. It spcnls about JjCO.OOfl annually in St. John's for bait and supplies. Crew members an undetermined amount in local stores. Foreign sliips are not allowed lo land fish in any Canadian port for transfer to other vessels. But St. Pieire has made trans-shipment one of the main selling points of ils modem harbor development. Fishing vessels are able to land Iheir catches at St. Pierre for shipment to home ports in freighters. This allows the fishing ships lo remain on the Grand Banks for longer periods. Russians. Japanese, East and West German, Polish, French, Spanish, Romanian and Brilish fishing vessels also use St. John's as a supply BENYS SALES STAFF J. 1 Deny Chevrolet OTdsmobile wish lo announce that BILL HART has joined (heir sales Bill has had experience in par's and sales depart nirMs n Ihe oulo-molive field. He :s a married man willi 2 children. He welcomes his many fnends and ccquainlances lo see him at Bony's for iheir motoring needs. He will be mosl pleased to assist them. Coal output increases in Alberta EDMONTON (CP Tolal coal in Alterla in-crcasotl by 99.241 Ions in .'illy (o Ions over July 1970, the Albcrla department of mines and minerals reported here. The year's output record lo July 31 was 4.7 million tons, r.n increase o[ 1.1 million tons over (he tola! reported lo the same dale lasl In July Mailed 5U0.813 ons for million bringing the lolal sales value to t ale to S22.4 million. Sales during the same period last year were S12.1 million. Bituminous coal output for July was Ions eompred 250.MI1 tons last year and sub-biliur.inous coal production totalled 250.563 tens against tons in team up LONDON (AP) S'nell-Esso las won a licence to search for oil and gas in British North Sea valors northeast of the Shetland Islands with a bid of mil.'ion The Shell-Esso combination was among the winners in an experimental tender for 15 ilocks of British North Sea areas which will give the government million. The government confirmed he awards Wednesday. Tender vas made last Friday. Chieftain Exploration, a small Canadian company, won a earcli licence on three blocks urther south of the Shell Esso block H bid Bid winners have six years to xploit their party sti JL HONG KONG (Reuter) China reported today it had completed forming new Communist partv commit Iocs at the provincial level, a major milestone in the lengthy process ol rebuilding the parly and state structure shattered during the cultural revolution. The official New China news agency said Hcilungkiang province in the north bordering Lhe Soviet Union and Ningsia Hui Autonomous Region, a desert rj-ea in central China, held party congresses earlier this month which elected new party committees. They arc the last, or China's 29 administrative regions lo set up new committees in a program began lasl December. Olxsfvver.s said the annoiwcc-mo-iiL could open the way for Ihc convening of the National People's C h i u a's supreme legislative which Poking lias said will meet before the end of this year. MAY REPLACK LIU The congress, which lasl mcl u full .session in i.s expected U> proclaim a new stale constitution and appoint a head of state in place of Shao-chi, il .sjiraccd during Ihc cultural revolution. The hearts of Ihe Ilcilunpkinng nnd Ningsia Ilri party commit-.ces both hnve n military hack-Krmmrl, HiiderlyJJiR rolo of the ir.ililary in the wly building process. Army doininanee has been the patteni in most new rength party committes. Army commanders also liold important positions in the government organ-1 ization that parallel the party structure. Tte army was often used to restore order during Uie three years of cultural revolution turmoil and now holds key posts m the power structure at all levels. Many ol Uiese military figures have been identified as moderates who eiiged out the radicals who held the limelight during the prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 22.80. Average Thursday 22.SM. Red Doer: No sales. Average Thursday Caljjafy: 23.20. average Thursday 23.35. Lclhbridpc: No sales. Average Thursday 23.23. Lloydminsler: No sales. Average Thursday 23.55. Total hogs sold Thursday average 23.13. Sows average citizens TORONTO (CP) Canada's senior citizens may turn lo pro-last marches if their demands for a belter standard of living aren't inel, Jack Lordlo. To-ronlo president of the Uniled Senior Citizens of Ontario say. "We're getting fed up with Ihc way we're being treated. in Ottawa where the may march ior citizen doesn't seem In be; regarded will; much he said in an interview. "The members hnvc said they'd like lo have marches but until now it hasn't gone that far. But the trend is here and I think we're going to move in that direction." Mr. Lcrcllo, also is president of Ihe Nnlioiial Pensioners and Senior Citizens Fi'doralion. About 300 delegates representing 110, (100 senior citizens across the province ended a two-day meeting F0i SALE BY BIDS TO SETTLE ESTATE Approx. 160 acres less acres for irrigation main canaf. LOCATION: N.E. of Sec. 19, T.S. 10, Range 23, W of 4 Vi mile cast and 2 miles north of Monarch or 1 miles west and 2 miles soulli of teeth (or fifth lime NEW YOHK (AP) Aclor Rex Harrison, oJ. and Elizabeth Harris, 34, the former wife of British actor Itichard Harris, were married Thursday at the Island estate of Alan Jay Lcrner, lyricist for My Fair Lady and other musical hits. It was the fifth marriage for Harrison, who played the role of Henry Iliggins in My Fair Lady in the mid-1950s, nnd in I960 starred in the movie version. Mrs. Harrison is the daughter of a lirilish peer. Lord Ogmcre. She has thce children by her previous infringe. Harrisons previous wives were Noel Thomns, J.illi Palmer, the late Kay Konclal and Ilarhcl Roberts, from whom he was divorced last Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Thursday: Open High Low Close Kcp 32.73A Nov 32.00 32 OOU .Ian Mar Fly TIIK CANADIAN PIll'SS Hell Canada I, III., Crfi cents, Oct. 15, record Sept. 15; S.1.2D nfd., J10 cents, Nov, 1, record Oct. 1. Canadian Onernl Kloclrir Co. Lid.. 25 cents. Oct. 1. reco.'d Sept. 10; pfd., fi2'.i cents, Nov. 5. record Oct. in. Wcsllnir Fomls Lid., class A, W rails; JI.-IO pfd., rails; both payable Oct. 15, record Sept. FOR SALE POLY FOAM RUBBER Assorted sizes and shape! 1 U PER BOARD FOOT Call at 443 Street North Friday 8 a.m. to 4 farm is only 2 miles norlli of No. 3 Highway and also 1 mile west of No. 23 Highway TERMS: 5% enclosed wirh bid (certified cheque) 25% on acceptance of bid and 70% at possession Ocl. 30lli, 1971. All bids must be in by Ihe 20lh day of Sept., 1971, Higheit bidder nol necessarily accepted. This form has 100 acres o choice dry land and approx. 50 acres of pasture. Wild tlie canal wrier avciiV this would moke an ideal place for a ccunlry home on Q hillside. CONTACT: PATERSON JACOBSON AND HUZIL 407 Holiday Villngo Phone 328 7781 Lelh bridge, HITS SI' II CAMIICRIIA (Keillor) The Australian submarine Olway was hit liy a praclicc loipwln during fieri oxrrci.scs off Ihe N'eii- Kmilh Wa'rs ronsl. a nrvy spokesman said Friday. The spokesman said ;