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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Market lower at -session TORONTO posl-1 ing fractional gains during (lie opening minutes of trading, prices in most major sectors of {be Toronto stock market turned lower in mid-morning trading today. The industrial index fell .07 to 197.67, golds 1.05 to 170.29, base metals .25 to 9G.5S and western oils .20 to 22.1.64. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Thursday. Canadian markets were closed Friday, March 31. Advances, however, held n slim lead over declines, 83 to 78, with 152 issues unchanged. Communication, industrial mining, oil refining, pipeline, steel and banking issues recorded moderate losses a s nine of the industrial index's 17 sun-groups drifted lower. Bevcr- ege, food processing, merchan- dising, utility and chemical stocks moved fractionally higher. Western Realty Products fell H to SMi, Dofasco 'A to Cominco 'A to ?27-H, Imperial Oil '.j to and Canada Southern Pete 10 cents to S7.40. Inco was to Husky Oil U to Dome Mines }1 to Total Pete five cents lo SG.50, Bow Valley to and Electrohome 'A I o Renii firm purchased VANCOUVER (CP) Four Seasons Manufacturing Ltd has purchased for an undis closed price, all the issuec shares of the Renn sales group of companies in Alberta, Fou Seasons president Nathan Saun ders announced here. The pur chase is subject to approvals. Four Seasons has its heat office in Vancouver but most o its operations in Alberta. Tin Renn group consists of Hcni Sales (Calgary) Ltd., lien: Sales (Edmonton) Ltd. am Outdoor Power Ltd. The Renn sales companie are distributors of agricullura equipment, hydraulic hoist and dump boxes in Wester Canada. OuUloor Power sell recreational vehicles and le sure equipment. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Pohcrty, McCunij; Lltnilcd) a.m. Quotcil WESTERN OILS LAST BII> OK S.-V a.m. (.lucres) Oil Canadian Cablcsystems was i to SIS, Stclco l.'i (o alon Broadcasting VL to eagrams Vi to Genera! Motors '.'i lo and Tan Ocean i to UICKS .SLUMP MONTREAL (CP) Prices utnped all sectors except apers in light morning trading i the Montreal stock market Klay. On index, industrials were 25 to 203.59, utilities .21 to G2.ZG, banks .22 to 252.61 and 10 composite .24 to 201.00. Pn- ers rose .IP lo 81.00. Com bin e d volume on the lontreal ami Canadian slock xchanges at n a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Thurs- ay, ImaRco Ltd. was off Vi to Comitico 3'i to Canadian jnnerial Bank of Commerce o International Nickel Vi o and QSP Ltd. 'A to 3Vz. Ranid Data vSystems was un 1 o Financial Collection Alniln i 10 While Yukon 12.62'.j lO-37'.'i 1-37 34 CALGARY 3100 AcroH -51 6.00 Barons Oil -0! Madison -13 W) Norm Conf -02 1325 V.'arr.cr .5? LIKE STOCKS 7.35 3.45 7.90 41 50 a.m. Invesl Mutual Ac Mutual Gr F fJal Res N W Fin N Gr Principal Gr Royfund Gr United Ac Universal Sav Vanguard 5.76 7.31 791 t 9; 610 6 70 J 65 .1.33 6 39 693 75; i-42 i 7-93 B.77 11-24 1! 3J 7.37 8.10 VANCOUVER MINES AU; Gas A Gei P'd 9.55 6.SS 1.37 N and C Gas N and Gas B Pac Gas Trans Gai Metro Gaz Metro A Tr Cdn Pipe Trans Ccfa S Trans Cda A Trans Cda 75.00 moo 38.50 J3-00 5.75 70 DO Arctic Mining Bath Ncrse Brcnd.t Brycon Churchill Copp C royden DanVtc- Dally Verden Dynasty Fort Rellancs .53 .11 77.00 13.25 79.25 10.25 .52 .11V 9.30 to S2 Alcan to and Readers Digest to MODERATE TIIADB NEW YOHK (AP) Stock narkc-l, prices drifted higher otifiy in moderate trading. Tlic nonn Dow Jones index of 10 industrials was up 2.G3 at Advances on Hie New fork Slock Exchange led de- clines hy 3 to 2. Among Canadians, Dome lines declined to 565'A while Canadian Pacific at ?16 and In- :ernational Nickel at both leclined On llic American Stock Ex- change, Scurry Rainbow Oil de- clined iJi to Prices on the Amex most ac- tive list included Tolepromnter, up I1? at Champion Home Builders, up at DCA Development, off 2 at and Banister Continental, up MISCELLANEOUS wc Tram valley Coppe INDUSTRIES Trn Wti 1025 wc pes AquatarnB MUTUAL FUNDS INDUSTRIALS Brlnro 5 All Cdn Com Block Bros J.45 Cdn Brew A 30 00 Crin pivirl 10.70 B.C. Sugar ?C 50 Cdn Brew B 38.CO AM Vent J 42 B.C. Sugar Pfrf Cdn Pacific Inv 26 35 Arw Gr l: 6 VI 7.61 Cap! Inlcr 6 io Crcwsnesf tnd 27.50 AQF 3 Creslbrook F Ind 4.15 Cygnus A 575 InvMf F 4.97 545 Hys 375 Cygnus B 615 Cc-l Mulua! W 7.5I Interior Bre'.V 3.70 Falcon Ctpper 13.371'] Cnmw Inler U.iO 15.71 Inler Mariner .65 Gensfar Cmnw LPV 3.8S 423 Key lodust ,J3 Home A 3300 Cnrp i.HS t il Pacific Air U.75 Home B CCTD In S F Stampede Intl Rei US Hud Day Co Dreylus F U.S. 13.34 1J.42 OILS Hud 3av Oil -O 35 Gr In Shares 4 01 41 Albany Oil .SO Hud B.iy OH Pld 57.00 Gr Equity '.31 605 Plains Pele .25 Hugh Ruisell 2f> Invest Gr F 1201 13.04 West ExplCT" -U Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quotes! a.m. Quoits) MINES Acme Advocate Mb. Bralcrne Brculan Irunswici Point Placer D3V. Quebec Man Rayrock. .11 Casslai Central Pat, Chimo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craig mcnl Dcnlson Mlnei Deer Horn Dome Mines East Molarllc Easf Sullivan Falcarkbridge r-rotcx First fAarltimes Bovis Granduc Headway R.L. Moiling 1.60 2.3D R.Tdlcre ,2? J.OS Rio Algom W.2S Ro.'nan Corp. ?-JO 1 iS Shtrritl Gordon 15.75 1 10 Silver Miller .05 7.40 Sfeep Rock 5.37 1.95 Tek Ccrp. 4.70 Tcxmonl .52 Upper Canada 2.01 8 V.'eitern Mines 3.S5 1 OB Viaroreaves 1.16 31.00 1-U Dome Pefa Dolasco Cdn. Cablo cf Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound a.m. Quotes) 65 CO 5775 Monday, April 3, 1972 THE LCTKBRIDGE KFRAID Sid Hiram V.'aik mporla! Oil nl Nickel int Pipe Gp A U111 iei '50 Yellawknlfa ear .14 I; Indusf Accept Laurentide Kelly Doog A 1.30 52.50 8 00 3.15 4.75 INDUSTRIALS Abltlbt Alcan Atqoma Sled Atco Ind Allan Sugar Agra Ind Dell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Loblaw A Metro Stores Massey Ferg _____ McMillan 11 37Vj Mo Is on s A AAolsans B 1.75 North, Cent J5.75 Power Cwp 4.W ai.oo 13 75 Hudson Bay M-S 30.CO Rolhmans St Lav; Corp Shell CDA Toll passes 400 DACCA (AP) More tha 400 people have died so far of smallpox in Bangladesh and most of the victims were chil- dren, a government spokesman said here. By Gene Fawcelte A SUCCESSFUL CHAIR LIFT THAT GOES AROUNPCURVES, IS REPORTED FROMSWIT2ER- LAMU THENEWLIFT, HAVING OVERCOME THE JERKINS AND ACCELERATION IN PREVIOUS CARRIES ON A CUW- JNG COURSE fOR A fitTfjf Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Trading continued light with rapeseed prices fractionally higher at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Flax futures were up to IV'i ccut.s lower while feed grains we re unch an ged on extreme ly light trade. Thursday's volume of trade was 836.COO bushels of f 1 ax, of rye and of rapesecd. Mid-session prices FlaM May PR lower 2JtOV'tB, July 1 tower 2.73'iB, Oct. lower 2.74ViB, Nov. 1 Vi Sower A. Rapes ced Vancouver: June Ts higher Sept. high- er Nov. unchanged lUpesccrl Thunder Ray: May bitficr July er 2.-HA, Oct. Vz Sower 2.43B, Nov. nol open, Oats: unchanged July higher Htf'i, Oct. not open. Barley: May unchanged 1.09A, July not open, Oct. un- changed 1.09A. Rye: May not open, July un- ehnnged flSl'jB, Oct. unchanged l.OOA. Joliet Quebec Kerr AtfdlSDn Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Ma risen R.L. MalarUc G.F. Marlin McNeely Me l.i Intern Mogul West Home Mew Calumet Morandd Nor I hg a fa Norlcx 16.15 10.50 16.50 9.90 j.eo Cal Pov.cr Coron Crcdli C.W.N. Gss Cdn Indus! Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Disl Dom Domle Dom W.W. Gas EO.T idge Simp Sears Steel of Can 6.05 Texaco 5.15 Traders Gp A 2J.fl? Trans Mln Pp 1.15 Trans Can Pp 11.75 Union Oil Versatile Mlg 3.JS VVestee) Uniert Car V.'estons D V.'ocdward's A 9 00 West Cdn Sd 18 Zenith 34 7i BANKS Can Imperial 33.03 Montreal Nova Scotia 24.75 Royal 16 12Is 23.75 315 t-i W 33.37V; 3L35 9 50 19J2Vi 1J.M 6.CO 6.75 U-62V 13.00 2 4. CO 22.05 13.7.5 50 ai.'co' 23 6JV 35 W 3Ci.37l 1575 22 fU 41.50 26.25 5.75 2.70 19.E71 3J.871. 31.75 31.371 AUTHOR'S WIFK FETKD HONG KOXG (Renter) Lois Snow, widow of the Inlo American author Edgar Enow, was fciccl Sunday night in Peking by Vice-Chair- man Koong Ching of Dr. Sun Yai-scn, the New China news agency NOTICE TO SHIPPERS, TRAFFIC MANAGERS, RECEIVERS The 1972 edition of Iho A Iberia Motor Trans- port Directory wiM contain n number of increases in rates and olferatfons lo carrier services effective May 1, 1972. The Direclory will he available for circulation be- Iween April 15th and May 1st, 1972. Last years subscribers be mailed order forms Ihe next week. subscribers should order from: THE ALBERTA MOTOR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION CALGARY 7SIJA- 14 Simei 3.VV. CALGARY 3, Alhetla Phono 245-2206 EDMONTON EDMONTON 4. Albcrln PKono: 469-4777 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) T and T Beth Sfe Chrysler Dupcnt GfA !0 Golds 17J.95 off 70.00 10 Dase Wei 96.51 0' lfl.00 15 W Oil? up .50 DO NEW YORK AVERAGE 30 Indus! ?-t3.D3 up 2.33 33.00 70 Ralli 2W-24 up J.31 TORONTO AVERAGES 15 Utilities 111-99 cJf 30 Indus! 197-66 Up ,T2 65 Blocks 37382 Up .73 X3.QO Sears Std Oil of H.J. 33.S7VI Texas Gulf 33 Woclwcrth 56.00 Westinghouse El 26 .CO IP. CO 27.00 Oddities in the News NEW YORK (Renter) The New York Telephone Co. will intercept all calls lo num- ber H.T3-1500 today ant] gently break the news to tliose rc- Uirning the call of Mr. Bear, Seal and Miss' L. E. Phant that 93IM500 ).s the of the Bronx PETERS HOLLOW, Tenn. CReulcr) The usual hig turnout of battlers is expected Sunday for tile 1072 ver- sion of the 100-year-old Peters Hollow egg fight. Tradition is that in pioneer days, Home Hollow men crossed the ridge one Easier io challenge the Peters Hollow men to a fight to .sec whose hens laid the loughe.st eggs. So every Easier since peo- ple come fro.m all over the U.S. to this upper cast Ten- nessee area for the annual battle. First there's a sunrise serv- ice, then picnics, family reun- ions am! other doings. In thn afternoon, the egg battle bo- gins. Each battle is between two individuals. One battler cups an egg in the palm of his hand, small end up, and the other takes his eyg in his fijigeis arid pecks it against the other egg until one breaks. RUGBY, England (Rcuterl A London balloon pilot, Donelly, established a record for speed and endurance Friday at an inter- national hot-air balloon meet- ing here. Strong vviiiu.s P'rcvcritcd most competitors from taking part in the first day of the four-day event, hut Donclly covered miles in two hours 2o an average of 2-1 miles an hour. The record in the class was 47 miles in two hours five min- 23 m.p.h. The competition has at traded competitors from Uie United Slates, France, West Germany, Belgium, Sweden, the Irish republic and Britain, rooms danerous AMA appeals to fai'iii truckers CALGARY tCP) The A AsKOcialion has appealed to farm tnicHers (o ensure loads of bales are light- ly secured and not allowed to drop along highways. Association president B. A. J. Smith said more complaints than usual have Ireen received (his spring about such road haznrcls. SAN' ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Cold Ivispital recovery rooms air-condilioncd for the tiencfit of medical arc ntnontf Uie worst enc'riiics of a recover- patient, a surgeon says. Dr. Jolm A. Moiicrief of Charleslon, S.C., noted that the tirno immediately following sur- fiory is criik'a! becaasc a pn- tit-iit needs all of his er.ergy reserves lo aid in recov- ery. P one campagn pressed EDMONTON (CP) Alberta CJ A pMiont fresh from surgery finds himsolf "thrown into a cool nxim'1 and his body at once begins burning up en- ergy just lo keep warm, Dr. Morierk'f -said in an interview. si paled very added. "If his hi-irt isn't able to pump w1! enough to distribute ilii.s cru-'i'v, th'.i patient can problems very MoiKrJcf, professor of nl tii" Medical Univer- sitv oE Crirolina, sairJ Kormcr of the br.rii of-'iitv.1 here at Brooke Ai-rny Mediral Crnlre, Ur. Mon- the- healing process in tj'cmc'n- doiLs nniounts of energy. In other lyjws of patients the increase in may :-r cent above normal i i'' 1X. 1 ci'JH iiuii.tf ituuuaj Government Telephones in _m- I BfiCr 5Ur. tenslfyinfi its campaign against jn injuries as people wlio defraud the lonfi-dis- (0 (he stom- BOTTLED WATER Marx Henderson, president of the Montreal firm of J. A. Henderson ond Son ttd., displays o gallon jug of botfed water, a product which together dispensing equipment amounted to million in sales in 1957. Agro lour leaves April 9 for Frascr Valley and eoast ance system. i ACT security supen-isor Art Si] Turner .says convictions WCM-C, obtainrxl in 1971 compared with in 1970. There were about reported cases of fraud on long-distance telephone calls. Mr. Turner says the major frauds involve false credit card numbers or hilling the call fo a thin] party. Others involved the use of multi-frequence tone gen- erators which fool direct-dialing equipment. In Edmonton, a man deceived the direct-dial billing system by whistling into the telephone at a by 100 per in Iho rase of a seriously burnc'l pa'icr.t. ho added, this demand fnr energy may jump to eight "If you a hum pa'.icnt in a cold cnvii'OnmenA, he lose If tile burn patient's environ- ment is he said, his body can use i'.s energy "for the mere important functions of hi-aling v.oimds and combating infection." When th; centre first began iiis the hc.-t lamps, Dr. lion- lade. Red Deer firm wins contracts EDMONTON (CP) M.E.L. I'aving Lid. ot lied Deer has been awarded two highway contracts, Clarence Coptthorne, minister of highways and transport, announced today. One contract (or covers some 15 miles of soil cement base course on High- way 63 from soulli of Ames- bury to r.orth of a n d c r i.ig Hivcr. The second contract for covers asphallic concrete pavement on Highway IB east of Rorradaile to of Kitscoly, from the Highway J6 junction to Islay and nt the Ver- milion weigh scale site. TABER (HNS) A week- long agricultural tour to the Fraser Valley and (lie B.C. eoast is being arranged by the regional director Jolin G. Cal- pas, Lethbridge, for district ag- riculturists, producers and business people. It was announced here by district agriculturist Murray F, Montreal doc lor wins Royal Bank award MONTREAL (CP) -Dr. Gus- tave Gingras, 54, executive director of the Rehabilitation In- stitute of Montreal, today named the winner of a Royal Bank award for his work with crippled children and adults. Dr. Gingras also is a profes- sor of physical medicine and re habilitation at the University of Montreal, president-elect of the Canadian Medical Association, president of tiie International Federation of Physical Medicine and a consultant of the World Health Organization on medical rehabilitation. Dr. and his 325-bod institute arc particularly well known in Canada for their treat- ment of thalidomide children, born in 19G2 with arm and leg deformities after their mothers took the drug during pregnancy. 'Hie award and a gold medal will he presented to Dr. Gingras in June. Established by (lie Royal Bank in 19G7 to mark Canada's centennial, the award is made annually in recognition of achievement contributing to human welfare. Find missing plane CATANIA, Sicily (Kcuter) Wreckage has been of a U.S. plane which disappeared in a violent storm over Mount months ago, police said here. The propeller driven Grumman aircraft, carrying six Americans, disappeared on a flight from Capodichino base near Naples to the NATO at Sigonclla near Catania in Sicily, on Jan. 15. Wilde. He will receive applica- tions. The roster is to be com- pleted Thursday, March 30. The bus tour is scheduled to leave Lelhbritlge at fi a.m. Sun- day, April 9, and return the fol- lowing Saturday night. Esti- mated basic cost i-s between ;100 and per person. Poultry processing, feed mill iperation, tours of a distillery Tnd grain terminals, and other lighlights of the B.C. agricul- ural scene will be interspersed nth prearranged conferences in feeds, grain, fresh and pro- cessed vegetables and meat ommodities. Stops at Harrison Hot ipritigs and Grouse Mountain vitti dinner are included. certain frequency. Mr. Turner says prosecutions are used as a deterrent and as a last resort in cases where per- doctors noticed that a ons refuse to pay for calls they burn p n t j c n t 's temperature would drop throe or four de- grees v.'iM'ii the lamps were turnc'd "VVhc-n they turned the lamps ba c k t he i r torn p eratiircs floated back he said, so the lamp? were kfpt on all the timo until the patient healed suffi- Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP1 _ Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m., about 65 head; mainly cows. Trade was ae ;ive. No slaughter steers or heif- ers were offered; all grades ol were fully steady and a w bulls were steady. Goal slaughter cows 27 (o 28 with Ihe cdtl sale higher, medi- um 25.50 to 27, canners and cutters 22 to 25. Good bulls 27.50 to 29. Insufficient re p 1 a c e menl cattle offered to establish a market. Hogs base price 27.05. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver age prices to 11 a.m. provider by the Alberta Hog Producer. Marketing Board: G Edmonton: 27.65, averaq Thursday. 27. GO. Red Taxpayers ignore rules ou pay checpies (AP) Gov-] ernmerU economists say they ire concerned because U.S. tax- payers are letting too much ncney be withheld from their paycheques. They fear the ovcr- .riihhclding will retard the hoped-for U.S. economic recov-. i Income-tr.x that into effect Jan. 16 are taking more money out of paychequos than before, and people are not adjusting ;beir exemptions to reduce tlie of money will-held. The treasury department saxl Friday it is collecting about SI billion a month more than it an- ticipated in January. This fac- tor, by itself, could reduce the deficit for the current fiscal year by about billion. In January, the Nixon admin- istration estimated the govern- ment would end up SS.S billion in the red at the end of the cur- rent fiscal year June 30. But officials said Friday Ihe budget deficit will run lower than that. No official could explain why taxpayers are not adjusting Iheir withholding in accordance with the tables that went into effect Jan. 1C. ThiD Internal Revenue Service is stepping up a public relations campaign to convince taxpayers that Uiey should have less with- held. HAY REALTY LTD. APPOINTMENT DON MtKDONALO of HAY REALTY LTD. Is pleai- ed fo announce that Don Mac- Donald has reined the Resi- dential end Commercial Dept. cs a Scies Cor.sulfnnt. Don completed the lelKbric'ri- Reel Eisrole Board exams end is looking forward to r'ne opportunity cf meeting and serving iV.e public. Call hint for in fhe sale or purrhasc1 cf Rcnl Estate in life LdliLiridne area. Albert a [iecncc No. S-332] Thursday Uesr: 27.65, average Calgary: 27.65, average! Thursday 27.5-1. Lethbridge: N i 1, average Thursday 27.17. Lioydminster: Nil, Thursday 27.12. Tolnl hogs sold lo Thursday cial average 27.50. Sows average 20.17. average Provin- ANNUAL MEETING SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OPERATiVE ASSOCIATION LTD. Will Hold It's 47th Annual Meeting DATE-Tuosday, April 4th, 1972 TIME-Registration o.m. Dinner noon Coll to Order p.m. PLACE-Park PInza Motor Holel ALL SHAREHOLDERS ASE INVITED TO ATTEND At the is your opportunily to voice your opinion SCALP CLIHIC IETHBRIDGE, TUESDAY- APRIL 4th FOR A LIFETIME OF HEALTHY HAIR GROWTH niv: ih'hy scalp, cbrxiriili .'rf n" to of ox- and scalp ini; sijTr'is 1 rious warn- :fline In worsen- 1'roinnt ;rcat- [raijcdy nt CiOlXG -'ItrT' ItAHi fl.INC TUESDAY CNLY hr.T scalp iro lo the Park EinU ii ,t p m. lo r: pin Anril 4 t'v r'r-rk for Mr. V.'oV'-Ts reti'ii num- hcr. Ymi iiTiv fnr nn or come in at vtv.ir in r-'vsfe Klop: Spot Baldness Stop: Kxcess Hair Tall WORLD WIDE HAIR SPECIALISTS ;