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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta H fi if JL y m -1 Hk If ik 11 quotations Livestock market report Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal BijJ by Doherty, Itaadhause and McCuaig) Lethbridoe Livestock LAST BIO OR SALE M e.m. a.m. ujotest a.m. Quotes) LrlhljHdge Livestock c. c t nt SunollctI bv to 30.50. Choice heifers 27.25 to 27.70, good 2G.75 (0 27.25, medium 26 to 2S.75. Good cows 22 to 22.50, medium 21 heifers, which met a good local demand at steady prices. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 31 to 32.50. Good We at i TORONTO drifted frac light mid-m the Toronto On index, .10 to 179.57 to 236.29. Goi and base me Volume by shares, com at the same Advances gin over dec 188 issues un Weakest s ing, commu ing and me of the indust groups edged Beverage, real estate posted fracti B.C. Telep Skyline Bow Valley to Moore berta Gas Tr Brascan c Cygnus A Va Imperial Bf Crush Mem and Phillips Reitman's Petrofina %3 Quebec Bethle Central-Del I Inco climb conbridge 1 1 to and Vs to PRICES DO MONTREA were down light trading stock market Combin Montreal an Exchanges v at 11 a.m. at tin day. On index, .30 to 182.8 206.85, indie and utilities gained .11 to Among los and Imperial and Industrial Ac to Highlightin rose to to ai Lafarge y4 to NEW YOR prices lost moderate tra The noon I of 30 industr 3.06 to 885.81. Declines le New York S almost 3 to 2 Analysts a cline to a lac to offset the sure that exK They also tors remaine because of the pace of recovery. Oils and mared with ime lorning 60-stock average was off .6 at 318.3. Boeing was off 114 at Lockheed off 1% at RCA off IVs at and Sperry Eand off at Trading in shares of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith Inc. began on the NYSE today, with an opening price of a share. Merrill Lynch is the first United States brokerage house have its shares so traded. Mclntyre Porcupine rose 1% to Distillers Seagrams was up at and Hudson Bay Mining Vt at On the American Stock Exchange, Canadian Javelin was off Vt at Down Va were Brascan Ltd. and Scurry Rainbow Oil, both at Imperial Oil was off at 5-90 Husky Oil B J2.75 Dreyius F U.S. 12.15 13.64 Alia East Gar 5.40 Husky Oil War 7.60 Gr Equity 6.i3 7.28 Asamera 20.75 tnter Prov Pipe 12.25 Gr In Shares 3.61 3.97 Ashlond 12.75 Inter Sleel Ploe 7.50 Invest Gr F 11. (M 12.07 BP Oil Gas 7..-0 Cdn Occidental 10.50 Invest Mutual 5.40 5.90 Can South 5 75 Joutel .72 Mutual Ace 5.53 Cdn Ex Gas 4.50 Kaiser Res 5.75 Mutual Gr F 5.34 5.87 Cdn Homestd 1Q.62W Kam Kotia .60 Nat Res 7.56 B.26 Cdn Home Pfd 19.25 L ake Dufaulf N W Fin d.68 5.16 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 12-00 L Ont Port Cem 2.70 N W Gr 5.42 5.96 Cdn Long Is 70 MGF Manage 2.00 Principal Gr tAA 4. 67 Cdn Super 43.50 Mentor .97 Royfund 5.69 5.92 Cen Del Rio 16.25 Neweonex 5-60 Temp Gr 26.62 39.31 Charier 6.25 Pacific Pets 34.75 United Ac 4.63 5.31 Chleftan 700 Rank Org 21.75 Universal Sav 7.42 8. 5 Dome Pete 108.00 Sclk Hod 15.25 VANCOUVER Dynamic 1.03 Shell Can 38.00 Anuk .30 Gt Plains 35.00 Shell Inv Pfd 37.75 Arctic Mining .08 Lochiel 1.2B Shell Inv Wts 18. DO Atlas Explor .45 Mill Cify V64 Sicks Ra nier Bath Norse 1.49 New Cfnl .73 Teledvne 4.85 Beth Copper 17.25 North Cdn Oil 7.85 W Cdn Seed 4.50 Block Bros 3.55 Numac White Yukon 12.50 Brenda 6.75 Permo 58 CALGARY B.C. Sugar 19.50 Petrol 1.40 Acroll .70 B.C. Sugar Pfd U.SO Pinnacle .63 Barons Oil .05V: Capt Inter 8.12V! Place Gas 1.3B North Cent .03 Churchill opper 1.02 Ponder .46 Madison -24 Col Cellulose 4.00 Ranner Wecl Warner .39 Coronation Credit 1.10 Scurry Rain PIPELINE STOCKS Crest F Ind 4.75 Spooner 1.93 Alta Gas Tr L A 45.50 Croyden .20Vi Total Petrol 8.25 Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 72.00 Dolly Varden 31 W. Decalta 7.20 Alia Nat Gas 23.25 Dynasty 7. JO MISCELLANEOUS Cdn W Nat Gas 17.50 Fort Reliance .50 INDUSTRIES Inland Nat Gas 13.50 Gianf Mascot 11.25 Aara Ind 9.50 N and C 16.00 Granisle 5.60 At'co Ind 10.00 Pacific Gas Tr 14.00 Growers B 2.75 Aquataine 27.50 N and C B Pfd 31.75 Key Indust .25 Brit Nfld 5.62'A Gaz Metro Hys 2.15 Cdn Brew A 59 62 Vi Gaz Metro Pfd A 66.50 Interior Brew 4.70 Cdn Brew B 36.50 Tr Cdn Pipe 33.50 Inter Mariner .76 Cdn Hydro Car 16.00 Tr Cdn P Pfd B 39.50 Kamloops Copper .09V? Cdn Pacific Inv 23.75 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 62.25 Lornex 8.30 CPR Pfd P Cdn War 9.75 Lytton Minerals 1.88 Crowsnest Ind 25.00 W Trans 26.75 New Imp Mines .80 Cygnus A 5.75 Western Pacific 4.62V4 Okanagan Helicop 5.7.5 Cygnus B 6.25 MUTUAL FUNDS Plains Pete .27 Cum Prop 17.00 AGF Special 2.97 Primer JO Gt Cdn Oil S 540 All Cdn Com 8.41 9.19 Pyramid -75 Gt Cdn Oil 6-75 100.00 All Cdn Divid 9.51 10.39 Silver Standard 1.25 Home A 33.50 All Cdn Vent 3.73 4.0B Stampede Intl Res 1.10 Home B 33.37'A Amr Gr F 6.00 6.59 Texmont .53 Home PltfW 2.25 Cdn In Fund -1.59 5.03 Trojan 40 Hud Bay Co 19.37'A Col Mutua 6.52 7.16 Western Mines 3.25 Hud Bay Oil 47.50 Cmnw nfer 13.96 15.36 WC Res .08 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 59.00 Cmnw Lev 3.71 4.09 Western Explor .16 Hugh Russell 20.00 Corp Invest 5.49 6.00 Utica .30 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE a.m. OuoT.S) Ouoies) a.m. QuolM) MINES Patlno 31-SO Fd of Amer KM .rm. 25 Pine Point 30.00 Gt Cdn Oil 5.40 Ariunratp Asb 205 Placer Dev. 31.00 Ge Motors B0.25 Akamino -O P-C. Exp. '-0! Gt Lakes Pap 16.25 Black Bay Quebec Man .17 Gulf Oil Cda Rralorne 2.00 Rayrock 1.25 Freyhound 16.25 Broulan Radlore .29 Hakwer Sid 2.75 Bethlehem Rio Algom 15.MV4 nuron, Erie Brunswick 5.35 Roman Corp. Hiram Walker 38.CO Canada Tung. 2.01 Sherrllt Gordon 15.6M Casslar 22.K Silver MHIer 07 l-S S Srlmbler if PS- -rur jf: INDUSTRIALS Massey Ferg 1I.42VS Abitibl nSoverv Mines '.99 A'can CorP Sartic 1 05 Algoma Steel 13.25 Molsons A 17.75 Pa sSlv.n 2.85 Ata> Ind 9.50 Molsons B 18.00 Falconbridge Allan Sugar 7.37'A North, Cent 15.87'A .H'A Bell Tel New W homes a.OO First Wlaritimes 1.05 Brazil Trac 20.00 Power Corp 5.25 r, ant Y K '.25 B.C. Tel 62.50 Price Co 7.2S novjs 3.00 Burns Rothmans 11.00 Grandur. B.C. Forest 19.37Vi St Law Corp 19.00 Headway R.L. .08 B.C. Suoar 19.75 Shell CDA 37.8714 Hollinqer CAE Ind Simpson's 20.75 Hudson Bay M-S 22.25 Ctjn Brew 7.12 Simp Sears Hydra Ex. .20% chemeell 5.12Vi Steel of Can 25.75 Iron Bay S." Col Cellulose 4.00 Selkrik A 15.25 ho Cal Power 26.87'A Texaco 33.75 Joliet Quebec Coron 3.10 Traders Gp A 13.87Vi Kerr Addlsnn ?.05 CWN Ga! u.oo Trans Mtn Pp 23.87A Key Anacon cdn 13.00 Trans Can Pp 33.25 Labrador Canda S S 32.00 Union Gas 15.87 Lake Shore cdn 3.10 Union Oil 45.00 Madsen R.L vickers ,.25 Versatile Mtg 4.25 1-nMrfJMlv Chyrsler 28.00 Westeel 11.75 u mtvrT MM CPR union Car 17.6214 Maclntyre W.W u 00 B '24 Cons Bath 8.50 Woodward's A InSrn Mogul W.iVf, Cons Gas 21.75 West Cdn S a 4.50 NewAlhS. y D'" 55.00 Zenith Elec 1.85 KewfmpeTlal Noranda 35.50 Dom Textile 18.75 Can Imperial 22.75 Northqete 9.25 Dom Stores 12.75 Montreal 16.00 Noi-lex Dome Pete 110.50 Nova Scotia 26.51 OoemiEkB 10-75 Dufasco Royal 27.50 OslSkO CAB 13.50 Tor-Dom 26.00 New York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T 44.25 Sears 87.25 20 Golds 1B4.50 up .58 Anaconda 18.00 Std Oil of N.J. 78.75 10 Base Met 94.21 off .04 Beth Sleel Texas Gu f 15 W Oils 234.58 off 1.2B Chrysler Texas Co 36.37Va Volume Comsat Wick Corp 44.00 u vnou- Duponl 145.50 WoolWOrth YORK AVERAGES GM 79.00 Weslino house Elec 30 Indust 885.81 off 3.0fi Gulf 32.25 U.S. Steel 31.12V4 20 Rails 212.80 Off 1.13 Int Harvester 26.50 _. 15 Utilities 118.10 up .45 Kenn Copper 31.75 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 stocks 297.05 off .83 Montgomery Ward 36.12V; 20 Indus) 179.67 UC Volume of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 75 cattle. Receipts mixed quality. Trade active. Good butcher steers and heifers scarce and selling steady. No choice kinds on offer. All classes of cows meeting very good demand. Prices 50 lo higher with odd heifery kinds to 25.30. Bulls steady. Medium and good stacker and feeder cattle selling at strong prices. Good steers 30.75 to 31.75; medium 27 to 28.50. Good heifers 26 to 27; medium 25 to 26. Good cows 22 to 23; medium 21 to 22; canners and cutters 18 to 21. GbMl bulls 25.50 to 26.50. Good heavy feeder steers 30.50 to 31.50; medium 28 to 30. Good stock steer calves 40 to 43. Butcher hogs sold Monday f.o.b. Lethbridge 22.15 to 22.25 base price. There were no cattle sales at The Lethbridge stock yards Monday due to the weekly sale of weaner and feeder hogs. Al classes of weaner and feeder hogs met fair demand. Weaner and light feeder hogs sold gen erally steady. Heavy feeders over 100 pounds strong to per head higher. Weaners per head. Light feeders under 100 pounds per head Heavy feeders 100-130 pounds per head. Heavy feed ers over 130 pounds per head. Light feeders under 100 pounds sold from per hundredweight. Heavy feeders over 100 pounds per hundredweight. Bred sows and gilts per head. Boars per head. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts lo 11 a.m., head, mostly choice slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold about steady under selective buying as to weight and condition. Heifers sold under pressure and prices were 25 cents lower. All grades of cows were scarce selling fully steady with a few good cows selling to 22.80. Bulls were steady. Choice steers 31.50 to 32.30, good 30.50 to 31.50, canners and cutters 19 to 21. Good bulls 25 to 27. Replacement cattle were mostly heavy feeder 27.50 to 30.50. There were no calves iu early sales. Hogs average base price ton VANCOUVER (CP) An in-i crease of a ton in standard and 30-pound grades of newsprint in the western region, lo lake effect Nov. 1, was announced here by MacMillan Bloedel Ltd. The company said the step was inevitable in view of "per-sisently increasing costs in al] phases of newsprint operation." Logging and mil! labor costs have ;ust men eight to 10 per cent as a result of contractual obligations with trade unions. Costs are up substantially from a year ago for transportation of newsprint as well as for ma-terisls and supplies. The increase in November will raise Ihe price of standard newsprint to a ton and the price of 30-pound newsprint Ic a ton in the western United States. In the lower mainlanc and Vancouver Island regions ol British Columbia the new price will be a ton, and in in terior B.C. and Alberta the new price will be per ton. Standard newsprint comprises the bulk of the company's sa rail 5 talks derc WASHINGTON (AP) With negotiations derailed by a continuing deadlock over work rules, the labor department has recessed joint talks indefinitely in a growing United States railway strike that may yet see congressional tiled Union management negotiations were suspended indefinitely Monday with an announcement by W. J. Usery. assistant secretary of labor, tha.'. "a voluntary solution cannot be reached at this time." Usery indicated Sunday he thought a settlement might be near, but conceded after the talks broke off he had underestimated differences between the United Transportation Union and the four rail lines over a work rule requiring crew changes every 100 miles. Mediators planned to meet separately with management and union representatives today, but Usery W7as unwilling lo predict when joint talks might resume. There were indications, meanwhile, of mounting pressure for legislation to force an end to the strike that has closed down the Southern, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific and Norfolk and Western lines. The walkout already has affected approximately 20 per cent of the country's rail cargo and tied up shipments of grain, coal, food and other goods in 17 stales. The ITU says i'; will go on strike against six other railways Friday: the Atehison, Topeka and Santa Fe; Alton and South-era; Houston Belt and Terminal; Duluih, Mesabi and Iron Range; Joliet and Eastern; and Bessemer and Lake Erie. Five olher lines are scheduled for strikes Aug. 6. The strike has forced some grain dealers in the St. Louis area to shut down and some coal companies have begun to feel the 98 to 94, with changed, ectors were bank-lications, oil refin-rchandising. Seven rial index's 17 sub-lower, food processing, and steel issues mal advances, hone dropped to Hotels to S to Tara to ?37% and Al-unk to ropped Vt to to Canadian nk to ational to Wi Cables to mi. was up to i to Atco to Telephone to iem to and lio Vt to ad Vs to Fal-o Seagrams Vt Walker-Gooderham VN L (CP) Prices ji most sectors in on the Montreal today, ed volume on the d Canadian Stock Fas shares compared with i same time Mon-the composite fell 4, banks 1.11 to rials .25 to 186.27 07 to 154.71. Papers 80.32. ers, Royal Trust Oil fell each to s respectively and ceptance was off Vt I gains, QSP Ltd. Hunter Douglas id Canada Cement K (AP) Stock ground in today's ling, 'ow Jones average ml stocks was off d advances on the lock Exchange by ttributed the de-c of buying interest small selling pres-ts. noted many inves-d on the sidelines uncertainty about the U.S. economic 'tals were up. Rub-, electronics, utili-1s and rails were stock categories s Associated increase in council CALGARY (CP) City council voted 8 to 4 against a motion by Mayor Rod Sykes asking that council be increased to 18 members from 12. The mayor said he proposed the increase of six aldermen, one extra in each of the six wards, to bring the government closer to the people. Before the vote, the mayor told council: "I don't expect this motion to pass, not only because of the fear of many aldermen of losing power but because so many aldermen have told me they intend to vote against anything I am for." Aid. Roy Farran, who seconded the mayor's motion, urged council to vote for the issue on its merits and not on the source of the prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) With the exception of the July future, which was two cents higher, rapeseed was on an easier price pattern on a mpd-erate volume of trade at mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. There was some strength in barley, but other commodities were easier. MID-SESSION PRICES Flax: July lower Oct. lower 2.46, Nov. '.i lower 2.45-li, Dec. Vi lower 2.45, May Vt lower 2.55. Rapeseed Vancouver: July 2 higher 3.3714, Sept. 1 lower 3.11A Nov. Ha lower Jan. 1 lower March 1% lower Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. Vt lower Dec. unchanged 2.8214A, May unchanged 2.90A. Oats: July unchanged 74V4, Oct. Vt lower 74, Dec. unchanged May lower Barley: July unchanged Oct. IVi higher Dec. 1% higher May higher 1.091s. Rye: July !i higher 1.04, Oct. Va lower Dec. %4 lower May not open. Prices for Class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 3 4 l Durum l.SSVs; 2 i.BOU; 3 I.71V6; 4 IGA prices: 1 Nor l.83V4; 2 3 1.76V4; 4 1 Durum 2 3 1.7H4; 4 High Low Close ..Flax Jly 24114 241% 241% Oct 246 245% 245T4 Nov 24514 244% 244% Dec 244% 244V4 May 255 255% 253% Rapeseed Vancouver Jlv 3.W4 33714 Sep 313 30914 Nov 300% 296% Jan 295'A 291% 291 Vi Mar 289% 2S51i 285% Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 294% 291% 292 Dec 282% 28014 281 Vt May 28914 28714 Oats Jly 7414 74 74 Oct 7314 Dec 73% 7314 73% May 73% 73% 73% Barley Jly 114% 11214 11214 Oct 113% 112% 11214 Dec Ill's 110% 310% May 109% 109 109 Hye -Ilv 104 U 10414 103% Oct 105% 104% 104% Dec 105% 104% 104% May beer supply dwindles VANCOUVER (CP) Beer supplies continued to dwindle rapidly in British Columbia Monday, a week after a strike-lockout began at Molson's and Labatt's breweries. Several pubs had run out of beer and closed, others were serving bottled beer only. The number of taverns which had closed was not known, but the message to thirsty customers was that many more would probably run dry by mid-week. Spokesmen said there is no sign of a break in the contract dispute and beer manufactured by other breweries is not enough to meet the demand. A number of liquor stores were compla'.ely sold out of beer, hoping to get new supplies as they become available. At least one was rationing beer at two cases per output increases EDMONTON (CP) costs could soar iii Ontario TORONTO (CP) Dr. J. S. Aldis, executive director of the Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, said Monday he believes 50 to 60 per cent of the province's doctors will drop out of the health-care plan. He said this would raise administrative costs of the plan by at least million a year. The Ontario Medical Association, in a letter issued last week, has urged doctors to drop out of the provincial health plan. Dr. Aldis said if all doctors dropped out, cost to taxpayers could climb to an additional S82.5 million a year, five times the cost now. Health Minister A. B. R. Lawrence, who said he had not seen he OMA's letter, said he was not surprised or worried. He said he remains confident only five per cent of Ontario's doctors will drop out, raising costs about million a year. Mr. Lawrence, in a bill studied by the legislature, las told doctors to stop 'double billing" and pick one of wo options by Nov. 1: doctor can bill the government directly for services but would have to accept 90 per cent of OMA fee schedule: he can bill his patient directly, charging whatever he wants. The patient then could collect 90 per cent of the OMA ee from the coal output to June 30 increased by tons over the tons recorded in the corresponding 1970 period and is valued at more than the recorded in 1970. A statement released today by the provincial mines and minerals department said tons were sold in June for an increase of over last June's sates figure. The total output for June was tons. In June, 1970 the total was dollars forced domi by mark FRANKFURT (AP) The United Spates dollar was fixed at a record-low 3.4626 marks Monday after "very quiet trading" on the Frankfurt foreign exchange market, dealers reported. The dollar came under renewed pressure last week following hints by the bank that the mark may be revalued upward by six per cent, which would peg the U.S. dollar at 3.45. The official parity still is 3.66 marks lo the dollar. The West German government has allowed the mark to float since May in an effort to force speculators to withdraw inflationary dollars from the VALUE MONTREAL (C) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds was up Vt to 1-32. Pound sterling was up to 13-16. NSW YORK (C) Canadian dollar down 7-32 at 98 1-64 m terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 1-32 at million crop loss iii storm RED DEER (CP) Damage to crops in central Alberta from Friday's hail storm could run as high as million, a spokesman for the Alberta hail studies department said Monday. Jim Renick, a department meteorologist at Penhold, said the total area of the hail swalh was about 2.000 square miles. Hail varied from grape to walnut-size with a few reports of golfball sized hail in the Sylvan Lake. Blackfalds and Bent-ley regions where the damage was most severe. The Alberta Wheat Pool has estimated the crop damage at nearly in new c WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) The first 1972 model cars built in Canada began rolling off the assembly line at Chrysler Canada Ltd.'s Windsor passenger car assembly plant Monday morning. The early start gives Chrysler, which will again jump ar race hire two compact and one intermediate line at Windsor, a jump of almost two weeks on most other Canadian assembly plants. Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. will begin production at its Oakville, Ont. plant Aug. 9, with St. Thomas, Ont. production starting for one lin-; Aug. 2 and for another Aug. 17. General Motors of Canada Ltd. will begin building 1972 models at its Oshawa, Ont. and Ste. Therese, Que. plants Aug. 8 while American Motors (Canada) LM. plans to launch its 1972 model run at its Brampton. Ont. plant in tile first week of floor pria OTTAWA (CP) Dairy Tamers of Canada are urging he government to raise the loor prices it pays for butter, skim milk powder and cheese. The increases, the organiza-ion says, are necessary to keep the daily industry going and to entice farmers to fill their quo-as. In a brief to be presented oday to Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson, the dairyman called for an increase in the floor price of butter to 67 cents from 65 cents; of skim milk powder to 26 cents rom 24 cents; and of Cheddar cheese to 54 cents from 51 cents. The floor prices are the level the Canadian dairy oimmission pays when it takes up surpluses and resells them in the marketplace. The organization also urges relief to cream producers "from the long-term stagnation of their wices." P r o d u c e rs' returns have 'alien, the group says, because he support price for butter has ncreased by only one cent a in 12 years, Skim milk powder production n the first half of 1971 is 141 million pounds, 22 per cent less han the 180 million pounds in the first six months of 1970. Production of creamery but-cr in the first half of 1971, 3 boost pounds in the first half of 1971. The producers say the government has to hurry with increased floor prices. "Every delay in implementa-ion of Uglier product support levels sharply reduces the bene-'its to producers, as we move further past the peak production THECtANS. BONG! OF V TURNS INT WITHANB FOLUJTIN6 ALUMINUM STEEL BUM TO VIBRATE, 'SHHH'RISIN 0 piueoai Far fmtitr Into BANS, BRATING METAL OAQUIETTHUD WNTI-NOISE-ULOY. MADE OF ANSANESEAND LOOKIN6 LIKE VITHOUT ITS NEED T PROMISES TO G NOISE LEVELS., i A )i. wea, SHAKE ID 24SSt. Jam., SlltllW. llafl. fire sends women to court NELSON, B.C. (CP) TITO women charged with arson following weekend fires at the home of Freedomite Doukhobor leader Stephan Sorfokin and another house appeared in provincial court in this West Kcote-nay community Monday. Polly Clicrnoff and Vera Pos-znikoss, boUi of Krestova, B.C., were remanded without plea until Wednesday. Police said the Sorokin house and another dwelling, both unoccupied at the lime, were set afire Sunday at Krctova, ]8 miles west of here. Attempts were being made to contact Mr. Sorokin, wlio futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Monday: Open High Low Close lly 33.25N Sep 32.20B Nov 31 .SON Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Substance... 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It helps prevent Pain was promptly and scntly infection which is a stated cause relieved actual reduction or of hemorrhoids, relraclionfrhvinkinrftookplace. ask your fop And most Preparation H Suppositories or improvement was maintained in Preparation H Ointment (with a cases clinical observations special wre continued over a period of or your moncy many months. I-urlhermore, rcflimjcti thcsr tests and observations operations continue LAKE ISLE (CP) Dragging operations continued here for the body of Ronald Keith, SO, of Drayton Valley, following a boating mishap on Lake [sic, 40 miles west of Edmonton. RCMP said they recovered the body of KenneVji A. Wood, 11, also of Drayton Valley, fol-owing the boating accident. Police said the man had taken four young children for a lower boat ride. The propeller >ccame caught in weeds futures Monday: Open High Low Close