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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 1HE IE1HBRIOGE HERAID Wednesday, November I, mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Sccnriticg of Canada) LAST BID Oil SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) i.m. Quotes) MINES Norlex .13 Dolasco 27.75 AcmB .33 Oslsko .22 Fam Play Cabli 19.25 AdvocafB Aab. Pine Point 28.00 Ford America 6A.1S Akallcho 52 Placer 35.00 Great Cdn Oil. 0.75 Bralorne l.W P-C. Exp. 2.95 General Molors 73-00 Broulon -29 Quebec Man Crt. Lakes Ppr. 15.00 Bethlehem 15.25 Rayrock 1.03 Gulf Oil Cdd Oil JC By CLYDE II. FAHNSWOrtTII Ncn- York Times jScriice LUXEMBOURG The Common Market states, w li e r e prices are rising by an average of 6 per cent a year, mark >int anti-Tuesday on a joint anti-inflation program. The move will probably have litLlo effect on prices in coming weeks but it could be important over the longer term. An immediate result may states inflation larger supplies of beef as orders went out lo customs men last night from this inflation war council to halve the tariff, which is 1G per cent for carcasses and 20 per cent for beef on the L plan Previous experience h a slion'n lliat while tariff cu have some market effect, 11 middleman benefits more tha Ihe consumer. Dr. Sicco Mansholt, preside! of the Common Market exec five commission and its leat ing farm expert, said he wa "disappointed" by the series council actions. The Mansholt Oommissio had proposed the total abol tion of beef tariffs and a r.cross-the-board cut of 15 pe cent on other duties. The council also agreed t lei in more potatoes, bu thi. too, will have only a margins Impact on price levels. Perhaps the principal accoir pusliment was a package c guidelines for concerting ecc nomic and monetary policie over Ihe longer term and declaralion of intention to ho' price increases down to 4 pe cenl next year. There is nothing binding abou this section of the agreemen and some observers disdainful] referred lo it as a list of piou wishes. But there were others wh said it showed the strange determination yet by the si market states to take commo budget and inor.el.ary policie an essenlial objective if ent plans for a monetary unio succeed. Britain, Denmark and In land, which are joining the ea isting block of France, Wei Germany, Italy, Belgium, Th Netherlands and Luxembour on Jan. 1, were consulted an only somewhat gingerly accep ed the accord. The Lhree associate them selves with Ihc objeclives, ac cording lo a passage in Lh council's communique, bul cor dilion enaclmenl of measure lo meet the ohjeclives on thei "respective situations and th economic policy instruments a their disposal." The Common Market accor provides for quantitative limi for g r o w I h of governmcr spending and Ihe money su[ ply in Ihe member countries-Ihe first time this has eve b2en accepted on a communil; wide basis. The formula provides for a increase in next year's mone supply no larger than the res increase in gross national proc uct (adjusted for price growlh plus an additional four pe cent. EaBLly EJJff Stocl in ac TORONTO Toronto stock moderately higher mid-morning tradin The industrial in ered a major indie ket trend, was up golds .04 lo 177.74 oils .34 to 244.37. I however, were oil Volume by 11 a.r 000 shares compare 000 traded by the Tuesday. Oil refining, pint ical and merchanc were sectors of recording the most communication, s e and ganeral manu sues were off slight Advances outnum 131 to 97 while 14 mained unchanged. Laidlaw rose 1 Ic rial Oil'i LoS41'i, to DuPoi Shell Canada '2 I Texas Gulf to SI Dome Pete slip White Pass Y S12, Van Ness I cents to 59 cents, Computer 5 cents Spar Aerospace 1 S3.75. Sherritt Gordon to Teck Corp to S150 and Consul bier 16 cents to 32 fell 1-j to S27'i and cents to S3. P] o n market rose in active g today, dex, consid-tor of mar-66 to 203.81, and western asc inelals, 3 to 62.31. n. was wilh Ume line, chem-ising stocks ;he market gains while el, beverage acturing is-iy. bered gains 3 issues re-539, Impe-Pacific Pete t lz lo S29, 3 S521 i and ped 5i to ukon 12 I o ndustries 3 Greyhound o SI. 25 and 5 cents to advanced 3b B 35 cents dated Ram-60. Denison so Mines up 3 trade Gaining issues on Ihe New York Stock Exchange were running nearly 3 lo 1 ahead of losers. Among Canadians, Mclntyre Porcupine advanced to Distillers Seagrams was up tt at while Canadian Pacific at Massey at and Waler Gooderham at each advanced ft. Dome Mines declined V: to N.W 5.25 Rio Algom 20.CO Hawker Sid. 3-45 Canada Tuna MS Roman Corp. 6.BO Huron Erie Casslar 13.25 Sherrlll Gordon 14 50 Hiram Walker Steep Rock 1.7S Imasca Conwesl 5.25 Tek Corp. 4.45 Inl. Nickel 31.12'A Cons. Rambler 2.65 Tcxmonl .17 Int. Pipe 37.00 Con Lake Upper Canada 2.60 Inv. Group A Cocnenour .30 Western Mines 2.51 Inl. Utllllles 19.B7V CraigmorU 5.75 Wrlghf Haroreaves .92 Accept. 19.50 Dlckenson Mine) 2.32 Willroy l.OB Kaps 11.00 Denison Mines 27.75 Windfall .09 Laurenllde Deer Horn .04 Ycllowknlfe Bear 3.25 Kelly Douglas A 7.75 D'Eldona .41 Zenm3C .09 Loeb 3.40 Dome MInej 59.50 INDUSTRIALS Loblaw A 6.25 Donalda .35 Metropolitan 20.50 Discovery Mines .45 Abltlbl 9-25 Massey Fwg East Malarllc 2.15 Alcan 21.00 McMillan Bloed 23.00 East Sullivan 205 Algoma Stee 12.62'A Moore Corp. Fa conbrldge 5300 Alco Ind. 11.62Vj Molsons A ?7.53 Frobex .40 Atlantic Sugar 5.42W Molsons B 2B.50 -'S Agra Industr es 12.75 Norlhern Cent, 12.00 Giant Y.K A.9S Bell Tel. 42.25 Corp. Bovls 205 Brazilian Trac. 19.CO Price Co. 11.00 Granduc 1. BO B.C. Tel. 57.50 Rothmans 18.00 Headway R.L. d.OO Burns 17.75 SI. Lawrence 20.00 Hollinger 3B.OO B.C. Forest 20.00 Shell CDA 52.00 Hudson Bay MS 20.00 B.C. Sugar 19.50 Simpson's 37.50 Hydra Ex, ,14 Bow Valley Ind Simpson Sears 3B.25 Iron Bay 3.5S CAE Ind. 9.50 s eel Canada so 4.00 Cdn. Breweries 5-B7Vi Selkirk A new 12.25 Jollet Quebec 2 Chemcell 3.45 Texaco 53.25 ICerr Addjson 9.35 Col. Cellulose .70 Traders Grp A 19.37V Key Anacon .16 Calgary Power 25.50 Trans Mln. Pipe 21.75 Labrador 39.50 Coronallon Crdr 1.65 Trans Can Pipe J4.B7'A Lake Shore 2-70 C.W.N. Gas pfd 11.25 Union Gas 12.00 Langls Silver -05 Cdn. Industries lfi.25 Unicn of could aid TORONTO (CP) Canadian trade could benefit from Britain's entry into the European Economic Community, a business seminar was told Tuesday. Lord Thomson of Fleet, Canadian-born publisher, told the seminar sponsored by the British Canadian Trade Association that Britain will be immensely more valuable to Canada as a trading partner after European enhy. Nor should Canadians be fearful of being caught between giant European and United States' trading blocs, he said. Canada should exploit the situation and make heard bolh in Brussels and Washington. Bruce MacTavish, commercial counsel for the British high commission in Ottawa, said only about three percent of Canada's overseas trade stands to be affected by British entry ijito the Common Market. Only 6.6 percent of Canada's exports have been going into Britain, and half of that will continue to enter Britain duly-free. Mr. MacTavish said Canadian fears that British tariff preferences will disappear on Jan. 1 are "understandable but unrealistic." The preferences will be lost only if the Canadian government chooses to let them go, he sail. WILL KEEP INTEREST "It would he surprising Indeed if there were any general move to do away with the pi'esent arrangements." Lord Redmayne of Rush-cliffe, chairman of the North American group of the Britisi Overseas Trade Board, told the seminar that Britain mil not ose interest in Canada as an export market, because this country is still its second-largest market outside the free trade area. "We cannot afford to turn our backs on Canada's large, wealthy and rapidly-growing he said in a speech delivered for him by John Gorman, president of the British Canadian Trade association. Enc McClintock, chairman of Australia's Export Development Council, said Britain should not lose sight of its Canada, Australia and New because those countries could help Britain in its attempts to make Europe an outward-looking world power. He suggested the four nations compile an inventory of in Canadia] assets as a basis for developing the roles they should play after Britain's entry into the EEC is complete. Mr. MacTavish said the attitude of the British people to the entry into the free trade area and Ihc possibility of a later withdrawal are "not in fact substantive issues at the present n trade Jeremy Cripps, a British accountant and tax consultant in New York, disagreed -with him. No opinion poll has ever shown that a majority of British people support entry and the people could lake the country out of the community, he suggested. The seminar was to be re-1 pealed in Montreal prices Winnipeg G.F. 76 Cdn. Vickers Wesleel 22.25 Merlin McN .10 Chrysler 32.75 Union Carbida 17. oo Maclnryre 46.00 C.P.R. 14.50 Vision's B 19.17V fAeta .10 Comlnco 2-i.75 Woodwards A 26.25 M drim .1: CC.HE. Balhursl 14.00 West Cdn Seed fi.OO n ern Mogul Cons- Gas 17.37V? Zenith Elee. 3.05 Nu Wesl Homes Dist. Seagrams 37.37V? BANKS New Alnona .11 Dom'n Bridge 31.6'tVi Cdn Imperial prices fluctuated narrowly in an exceedingly light volume of trade today at mid-session on the Winnipeg Com-mcddities Exchange. Flax prices were fractionally off hi a commission house business, and barley were firm on light domestic shipper trade while rye posted small losses on commission house selling. Volume of trade Tuesday was bushels of flax, of rapcseed and of rye. .MID-SESSION PRICES Flax: Nov. lower Dec. lower 3.17'zB, May Vz lower 3.25'jB, July 3.2H'jB. Rapcseed Vancouver: Nov. li lower Jan. V4 higher March Vi lower June lower 2.75A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Nov. lower 2.56rISA, Dec. not open, May Vi lower 2.G3A, July 2.G2HA. Oats: Dec. Vs higher 36TiB, May higher 88'iB, July not open. B.i-ley: Dec. higher May unchanged July not open. Rye: Dec. ft lower 1.22VsA, May 14 lower 1.2714A, July not open. WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Tuesday (basis High Low Close Hai Oct 352 345H 350 Nov SMI! 342 34314 Dec 31814 31G'4 3173i May 324 W 325% Rapesccd Vancouver Nov 280 Jan 205' new Atlanta, Ga. (Reutcr) A university researcher has revealed he is working with a synthetic substance that could profoundly improve the lives of stroke, cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy victims starts tests "revolutionize physical medicine." Dr. J .V. Basmajian, director of Emory University's regiona rehabilitation research and training centre, said the drug is dantrolene sodium, an agcnl that relaxes muscle tissue without affecting the patient's central nervous system as do similar drugs on the market. Dr. Basmajian's praise of dantrolene sodium was highly unusual since the manufacturer, Eaton Laboralories, has not completed the more than 50 different kinds cf lerts being conducted to determine the effect of the drug. "This is an investigation ot a new an Eaton spokesman said. "We're not encouraging any publicity at this time. "It's net ready to be marketed, certainly not within this calendar year." TAKES DIFFERENT VIEW Dr. Basmajian, however, feels "il is safe lo lei people know about dantrolene sodium." Danlrolene sodium relieves spasticity by softening muscles, Dr. Basmajian said. Other drugs on Ihe market do the same Ihing by affecting the central nervous system, the origin of the spasticity. But they lend to pul the patient lo sleep. "The drug is used for treating a severe sign of a Dr. Basmajian said. "It's not a preventive or a cure. "You have lo keep taking the pills four times n day. "Bui il does prevenl spaslicity while the drug is in Ihj system." The Emory research program began Ihrec years apo. University hospitals in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Miami and Montreal also are experimenting with the substance developed by Eaton, a division of Morton-Norwich Products Inc. of Chicago, Ihe sail products Horse Copper 2.40 Dom. Text le 9.12 Nova Scotia 39.12" Ntwanda 38.25 Dom. Stores 13.e7ya Royal 34.62V Norlhgate 4.B5 Dome Pele 38.75 31.37V Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCnaig Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quolesl a.m. Ouoletl WESTERN OILS Hugh Russell Pfd -15 00 Dreyfus F U.S. 17.8914.1 Alminex 59S Husky Oil Gr In Shares 4.16 4.; Alas East Gas 7.70 Husky Oil B 43.50 Gr Equilv 813 8.9 Asamera 13.50 Husky Oil War 4.li Invest Gr F 12.20 13. JJ Ashland 1775 Inler Prov Pipe 11.62'A Invest Mulual 5.64 6.J BP Can 15.00 Inler Prov steel 15.00 Mutual Ac 10E3 11.? Can SouJh 7.60 Kaiser Res 2.40 Mutual Gr F 4.65 5.1 Cdn Ex Gas 3.40 Loblaw Pld 'J f4 Cdn Homestl 10.00 MGF Manage 3.00 N W Ciln 5.33 5.7 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 10.I7V4 Pacilic Pele 40.50 N W 1 G 5.73 63 Cdn Super 50.25 Rainier 6.50 Gr "f Cdn Long 34 Sandwell 3.BO Charier 4.10 Teledync 4.10 TenjP G' ChietUn 14.25 v.'est Cdn Seed 5.75 J'! Dome Pete 3B.25 Yukon U.U'A vjrauara I'a Sf Gt Plains 31.00 weslfield .95 Gl Cdn Oil 8.15 Pld 62.12V] VANCOUVER Lochlel 1.B6 C4LOART MINES North Cdn Oil 5.85 Acroll .ED Nunuc 19.37'A Barons Oil -03' S Pancdn Pele 13.25 WeslConl .oui B.tn Norse .70 Pan ocean 1S.1TO West Warner .33 _ Pelrol 1.32 PIPE LINE STOCKS Pinnacle .35 Alia Gas A 14.75 J Place Gas .80 Alls Gas Pref 70.50 Ponder .49 Alia Nal 20 CO nvnastv 771 Ranger Ib.KlV? Inland Nat Gas 12 TO Enuilc-ial li' Scurry Rain 15.00 N and c Gas 12. CO FQr. spooner .69 N and C B Pld 25.35 Glant Mascot 5M Seibens 1 50 Pacitic Trans 12.1714 Graisle s'95 Total Pete 85 Gal Metro 5.00 Lcrnex 7 35 Ulsler 2! Ga; Melro 70.00 Minerals W. Decalta 70 Trsns Pipe 47.00 primer 09 West Pete 25 Trans Cdn B pyramid '30 MISCELLANEOU Trans Cda A 87.25 s Iver Standard '75 INDUSTRIES Trans Cda War Texmont .37 Aquitalne 2 25 we Trans 22.75 Valey Copper E 00 Brlnco 62Va WC Trans WIs 5.05 INDUSTRIAL Cdn Brew A 27.35 MUTUAL FUNDS BlocK Bros 2.75 Cdn Brew B 35.00 A1) cdn com 8.28 9.09 B.C. Suqar 19.50 Cdn Pacific Inv 22.B7W AH cdn Divld 9.05 9.88 B.C. Sugar Pfd V 75 Crowsnesl Ind J5.00 All Cdn Vent 4.19 4.59 Capt Inter 3.40 Cygnus A 7.00 Amr Gr f 6M 7.07 Columbia Brew Cygnus B 6.75 AGF sp 3.J2 Crestbrook F Ind 3.00 Falcon Copper 10.50 cdn Invest F 5.02 5.51 Hys 3.30 Genslar 1500 col 6.83 7.50 Key Indusl .55 Ho.-ne A 37.00 c-nnw Inter 14.61 16.05 Pacific West Air 22.50 Home B 35.00 Cmnw Lev 4.03 4.44 S ampcde Inf IRes .63 Hud Bay Co 16.50 Cmnw Vent 7.9.1 8.75 OILS Hud Bay Oil 47 CO Corp Invest 5.99 6.55 Albany Oil foods 110 safer than others VANCOUVER (CP) So-called "health foods" are neither safer nor more nutritious than any olher food, says the president of the Canadian In-stitule of Food Science and Technology. Dr. James F. Richards, an associate professor of food science at the University of British Columbia, said in an interview that loo often people are scared away from the ordinary food on market shelves by misinformation spread by food faddists. 'If people want lo eat organic food, that's said Dr. Richards. 'But I'm against those who delude others into believing organic feed is either safer or nutrilionally superior lo the food you buy at your local store. It is not the case. My personal view is that the loxicity ol organic health foods is probably higher and therefore less sale." Dr. Richards said the time has come for professionals in Ihe food sciences to give the facts on a regular basis. He said "there's a tremendous pool of information" among such organizalions as his own inslilute, and the Canadian nut-rionisls, dieticians, and health science bodies, as well as Ihose in agriculture. He said the lack of general knowledge thai any food can create a health risk has caused many consumers "to overreact" when ccnfron'.cd with health food arguments. "Some people like to make statements that additives in commercial food and poisonous. Well, flourides arc poison. Most chemicals are if used wrongly. Unfortunately, the consumer "is rarely in a nosilion lo get into the iscicnlific) details of this. So the only thing we can do is lav Ihn Tacts on the line." Dr. Richards said the amount of nddiiivcs in food i.s being continually reviewed in Canada by the health protection branch of the department of health and wcfarc. "They don't permit any addiliivcs unless they have some significant advantage to the MONTREAL (CP) All sectors advanced in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. 7 -Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Slock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same lime Tuesday. Induutriats rose 1.83 to 223.57, the composite 1.60 lo 213.72, banks 1.23 to 261.32, utilities .92 to 151.80 and papers .37 to 80.87. On the Montrea Stock Exchange, Imperial Oil rose 1's to and Shell Canada 1-li to KZ'A while Hollinger Mines lost 114 to S38 and Border Chemical 1 lo On the Canadian Stock Exchange, Fallinger rose 10 cents to on shares traded. NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices spurted forward sharply today in active trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was ahead 10.54 to 966.06 on top of a gain of 9.10 points prices Lo be hiked MONTREAL (CP) Tw Quebec pulp and paper com panies have announced in creased newsprint prices effec live Feb. 1. Consolidaled-Bathurst LU said Tuesday it will hike it per-lon lisl price 5161.75 ii Quebec and lo in On lario. Anglo-CanaditiJi Pulp and Pa per Mills Ltd. announce! sim ilar increases. "Increasing costs In 197 more lhan justify this price in crease.'1 said John Andrew president of Consolidalcd-Balh urst Pulp and Paper Ltd., a subsidiary of Consolidated Bathursl. "At Uie same time, the mar ;et i.s improving. Demand anc supply are in much hotter ba incc lhan Uicy have been for some time." lie said the company has cus-omers only in Ontario ar.( QiidKC. The Ontario price is liphcr, ho .said, because the company has no mills in llial York stocks (Supplied B; Richardson Sccnrillci of Canada) Amr T and T 48.25 sears 111.25 20 Golds 178.74 up .01 Anaconda 19. 87V3 Texas Gulf 117.75 10 Base Met 8208 olf .66 Beth Sleel ?5 Texas Co 15 W oils 245.DO up 97 Chrysler 33.25 Wickes Corp 23.B7V3 Volume Comsat 60.25 Wcclwcrth 32.00 NEW YORK AVERAGE Duponl 172.00 Weslinghouse Elec 43.6214, AVERAGE GM U.S. Steel 7B.50 'H-M UP Gulf Gen Te, E 2B50 20 Rails 522.03 up 1.74 Int Harvester 37.25 15 Utilities 117.65 up .77 Kenn Copper 2J.25 TORONTO AVERAGES M up Montgomery Ward 20 Indust 204.38 up 1.23 Volume Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beet futures close Tuesday. Nov. 35.10B; Jan. 36.30B; Mar. 36.10B. Monday's volume: No 280Vi 281-'iB J-j.-l 2753i 2743i Ilapcsccd Thunder Bay Ocl 258 N7ov 258 257 257 Dec 256 2541-. 25414 May 264 263 263 !i Oats Oct 86-1! Dec 86is 8611 May 88'i 88% Jly 88Vi Barley Ocl 124V4 Dec 124ft 12414 124ft. May 12714 127% 127ft Jly 123 Rvc Oct 121% 120% 121 Dec 12314 122% 12214 May 128 12714 Jly report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts 750 pounds 37.50-40.25. Goo( on the Calgary livestock market feeder heifers 32-34.50. Good lo 11 a.m. totalled head, feeder cows 23-20. Good stock mostly slaughter cattle and calves 44-48.10. Good stock stock calves. Trade was active, heifer calves 3MO.no. Slaughter steers were steady, Hogs base price 35.60. heifers were fully steady, cows Lambs were steady Tuesday wore mainly medium and can- with good kinds to 23.50. tier kinds with all grades steady WANTED TO PURCHASE! AMERICAN COMPANY Interested in Acquir ng LARGE RANCH WITH BEEF CATTIE Reply: PRESIDENT Box 36, Lethbridge bank MONTREAL (CP) The Royal Bank of Canada announced Tuesday the Epooint-mcnt of R. C. Frazco of Toronto ES chief general manager. Mr. Frazce, formerly vice-president in Toronto, will move .0 Montreal to take up his new post. The bank also announced the appointment of J. K. Finlayson, as a second deputy chairman and executive vice-president. Mr. Finlayson was vice-president and chief general manager. Mr. Frazce will be replaced n Toronto by W. Morrison, ormerly Ontario district general Oil earnings higher CALGARY (CP) Husky Oil Ltd. earned S10.WO COO or a share (or the first nine months Ihis yea-, up (rom or BH cents a shaic (luring the comparable period of 1971. Not Included was an cxlra-ordinary gain in 1972 of resulting (rom loss of on disposal of a plant and a gain of S3.1 million f.-om the sale of Empire Slate Oil Co. shares. Gross revenue was compared v.-ith SHO.'ISG.OOO lor the first three-quarters last year. Husky allributed over-all increases lo improved Canadian oil and gas production, improved rcfinci-y operations and i notable increase In asphalt HENRY NEUFELD ESTATE FURNITURE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, NOV. 6th 7 p.m. HURLEURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE 1920-2 Ave. S. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Beautiful old chesterfield and chair with carved wood on back- and arms; matching armchair; Flcetwood console T.V.; green 3 piece .sectional chesterfield suite; brown recliner chair; brown leatherette swivel rocker; leatherette fool-slool; lovely blond bedroom suite with 2 single beds, night table and double dresser and mirror; red maple bedroom suite with 2 single beds; chest of drawers, night table and combination desk-chest of drawers; 2 single beds, each wilh matching double dresser and night table may >e used as 2 small suites or 1 large bedroom suite; lovely blond coffee fable with inlaid leather top; Inglis combination washer-dryer; table lamps; pictures; vases. Electric broiler-oven; iron board; dishes; pots and pans; electric appliances; Eureka vacuum; G.E. floor polisher; Firestone electric mower; gas mower; 4 card table chairs; large round mirror; 4 chairs; T.V. table; ornaments; chrome stool; 3 awn chairs; power saw; tools; artificial Christmas tree; Christmas decorations; T.V. lamps, llcmi May Bo Viewed Sunday, November 5th 2-4 p.m. or Monday until Sale Time FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 326-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIOGE AUCTIONEERS: TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 III. week's lower prices. A few Estate revealed mils were steady. Choice slaughter steers 34-35, LONDON (AP) Prince 33-34, medium 31-32.75. liam of Gloucester, cousin o Choice heifers 33-34, good 32-33, the queen, left an estate valued medium 30-31.75. Good cows 25- at awyevs said Tues-26, medium 23-24.75, canners day. The 30-year-old prince and cullers 18-22.75. Good bulls died Aug. 28 in a crasli during 27.50-29.50. an air race. Details of royal Replacement were mostly such as to whom he left stock calves. All classes of re- his are kept secret for placements were steady. 100 SIMPSONS pSi" H By Gene Fawcelto TV WHY NOT HAVE CAPTIONS AT THE BOTTOM OF TV PICTURES FDRTHEOEAFilHISlCEAlS SEINS CONSIDERED AND WAY BE TECHNICALLY FEASIBLE BY FITTING THEM INTO THE BRIEF VERTICAL INTERVAL BETWEEN EACH FRAME OF PICTURE Packers profit rises TORONTO (CP) Canada Parkers Lid. reports net profit for Ihc 20 weeks ended Scpl. 23 of million or a share, ip from SJ.4 million and 74 cents in Ihc year-earlier period. Sales rose to ?52l million rorn million. On page 4 of our tabloid flyer appearing in today's Herald The second item MEN'S NYLON PARKAS Priced at 24.99 SHOULD NOT HAVE APPEARED The 2 parka item] aro ana and the same. We are Sorry for Any Inconvenience prices EDMONTON (CP) _ Average prices lo 11 a.m. provided )y the Alberta Producers Mar-celing Board: Edmonton: 35.55, average Tuesday 35.77. Tlfd Deer: 35.55, average rues-day _': HEW? _ _______ '7 APrUKOHWfSCKfeMOF THtHomw. our muiDHtWlMASPKIM; Nil, average Tuesday .17.21. Lloydminslcr: Nil, average rucsday .16.01. Grande Prniric: Nil, average Tuesday 35.60. Total hogs sold 201, average G.OO. Total sows sold Tuesday ,420, average NORTHWEST VI M LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY J OF CANADA For a eonfidantlal dltcuislen colt or wrilo Dick Battman, 1514 12 Ave. N. Lathbrldgo, Ph.: 377-5 ;