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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____ Tuciday, April 18, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HtRAUj in TORONTO (CP) Western oil issues edged fractionally lower while prices in other sec- tors of the Toronto stock market climbed higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was up .28 to 202.69, golds 1.95 to 182.07 and base metals .12 to 97.33. Western oils were down .57 to 225.83. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up from shares at the same time Mon- day. Beverage, real estate, con- struction and materials and general manufacturing issues posted moderate gains while communication, pipeline, oil re- fining and food processing stocks dropped lower. EI e c t r o h o m e, which an- nounced a fiyc-for-one stock split and a dividend increase Monday, climbed 35.s to Chrysler was up I'K lo Patino to Scurry-Rain- bow '.i to and Dome Mines 1 to Inco rose Vi to Massey- Ferguson Vt to Hudson Bay Mining to Asan PINCHER CREEK (Special) Al tlie recent meeting ol the dvlsory board of St. Vincent's Jospilnl it was found that it not be necessary to sub- nit requisitions to the mu- icipalities this year, due to 10 hospital's present satisfac- ory financial position. The hoard recommended ml or boundary changes he made o the proposed new Pinchcr Creek hospital district so Ilia he whole of the Pinchcr Creek ,ID would be included. An application was received rom Dr. S. S. Causing for merl cal staff privileges. This wil te submitted to the governing irrard lor approval shortly. E. Pannokoek, senior lios iltal examiner, made his an niol inspection recently am iis report will be receiver shortly. An in-training course to nurses on coronary care wil jo held at the hospital eacl Monday evening for scve: weeks. Mrs. Margaret Riviere, di- etary supervisor, will attend a course on dietary training at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary. Donations to the women's auxiliary were received, one (rom Mrs. I. Staniszewski of lo assist in purchasing new hi-lo beds, and from Mr. and Mrs. A. Pefrone for new stainless steel teapots. Calgary bank tbcft 110 stunt CALGARY (CP) Michael George Pawcliuk was sentenced to seven years imprisonment for a bank holdup which tellers at first Ihought was a Calgary Stampede stunt. A jury convicted the 24-year- old Calgary resident in March of the armed robbery of a Bank of Montreal branch last July. Anility advisory committee supported by volunteers lly HIC SWIHART Stalf Writer The, Lcthbridgo County ension Advisory Committee las been filled for 1972. Returning lo Ihe volunteer lositions for another year arc Jerend Nyhof of Picture Butle, .Irs. Paul Juhar of Turin, Rudy labijanic of Coaldale, John kiba ol Lcthbridge, Gerrit Vithagc of Nobleford, Marvin cr cent lax on new Canadian cars entering the U.S. or cancel- ing the exemption from the in- erest equalisation lax which Ford 1972 recalls models Canada now enjoys. Bolh such moves had been rumored la Washington recently, It was at this point that Mr. Trudcau said he and the presi- dent had not exchanged threats. "Old the prime minister not bring up these very Important matters wilh Ihe president, or did he jusl indulge In pleasan- tries mcanini; nothing except "I hope my people will vote for mo and I hope your people will vote for asked Mr. Hees. Mr. Trudenu sought lo reply but (he question was ruled out of order by Mr. Speaker Lucien Lamoureux, The prime minister In re- sponse to other queslions Indi- cated dial the Canadian govern- ment is now reviewing its posi- tion on the li.S. -Canada Auto OAKVII.I.K (CPl-Kord mi- nounced Monday it Is recalling more than cars--tin- en- j imr, nc mi, i undertake to look at ev. crythhif: lhat was in our pack- ire North American prrxluctiou of 1972 Torinos and >ecause of possible rear axle jreakage. A memorandum being sent to Ford service managers says hat "under extreme conditions an axle shafl might become dis- engaged from Ihe rear axle jcaring, possibly without ade- quate warning to the driver." A spokesman lor Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. said about cars arc being recalled In Canada- Torinos and about ill the'United Stales. The spokesman .said Ford has had two reports oi axle failure in Canada. There were no inju- ries and damage in each case was umicr The spokesman said the cars broughl back to dealers will have a "retainer plale" in- stalled in the rear axle assem- bly which would ensure a warn- ing to the driver it there is a bearing failure. In the two Canadian incidents about three weeks ago in northern British Columbia and one last weekend in On'..irio..... the right rear wheels became disengaged, rolled away from the vehicles and the vehicles ground lo a halt. Tlie vorticella, R one-celled animal with a wineglass-shaped body, can conlracl its stalk into a spiral only a quarter of it? original length when il is fright- age to sec if it could be changed or modified in some way to make it more acceptable to the U.S. and no more damaging to Canada. There was no timing set and no specific mention of what aspects of Ihe package we would look said Mr. Tru- deau. He added that Ihe Canadian officials involved had been in- formed of the substance of his talks with the president and he assumed they were now review- ing Canada's position. Calgary Power up nally's statement. It had heen'ened by a predator. eariungs CALGARY (CP) Calgary Power Ltd. Increased Its earn- ings in to S12.831.000 from the previous year. The earnings were equivalent to a share compared with 51.97 a share In 1070. Gross revenue in 1971 was an increase of 15-i.OOU. Sales of eleclricily in- creased 9.7 per cent to million kilowatt hours. Inflation, soaring construction costs and sharply Increased in- terest rates have pul severe economic pressures on the com- pany, Presidenl A. Howard told an annual sbare holders' meeting. 2CO Ilapcsccd Thunder Bay 273 263'.i 255 May .lly Oct Nov Oats May Jly Oct Barley May Jly Oct Ityc May 309 Jly 103 Oct 250'i 109' 2 102'i ion no3 lOIRs 102'; ;4 273 281 !b 255 250% 109 10S7s SNOW TIRESN You're miles .ahead with PRECISION WHEEL ALIGNMENT Dividends By THE CANADIAN PKKSS Dominion and Anglo Invest- ments Corp., five per cent pfd. June record May 15. Ford Motor Co., RVA cents (U.S.) June 11, record April 28. Husky Oil TVi cents May 31, record April 27. Mercantile Hank., cents June 1, record April 28. Southern Press Ltd., It cents June 28, record June 14. LETHBR1DGE HEADSTART PROJECT Tuesday, April 25lh 8 p.m. St. Patrick's School AU INTERESTED PERSONS ARE CORDIAUY INVITED TO ATTENDI BUY NOW! MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 1811 IAKE POINT ROAD S bedroom home (3 upstairs, 2 down) One block north of College Mall 2 baths (1 up, 1 down) folly carpeted up and down Completely finished basement (rumpus room) lanrfstaped Fenced 18 months old Call JOHN HAIBECK PREFERRED REALTY Office 328-3420 Residence 327-4436 Precision front wheel alignment. We set caster, camber and toe-in, and centre steering wheel. BRAKE SINE REPACK and GREASE SEALS We'll remove nnd clenn your front wheel with Wo Ij niso msrr.ll new ftOW AT THESEFIRCSTONt' STORCS Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 ;