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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Market lower in quiet trade TORONTO f, to Grain prices Winnipeg Grain Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal fivnn Ountc WESTERN OILS and' steel stocks moved moder ately higher. Crown Life Insurance was down 1 to TransCanada Pipelines ft to SherriU to Burns Foods ]i to Na-Churs to SHi, To- ronto Dominion Bank 'i to and Union Gas to 514. Electrohome was up 1 to S70, Dylex A to Canadian Tire A 3i to S10. Slelco 3B to 8.13'i, Hio Algom 3H to and Hudson Bay Mining !j to eluding the suspension of civil liberties, in the fight against left-wing Tupamaro urban guer- rillas after an incident April 14 in which the Tuparaaros assas- sinated four government sup- porters. Eight guerrillas were killed. The government had wanted the special powers to bo ex- tended indefinitely. But the mo- WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- lion passed at dawn today au- sced prices were one-quarter thorized an extension until a to a cent lower on the Winnipeg public order bill before parlia- ment was passed or, failing er 1 -'I Animals Grain Exchange at mid-session today as the market drifted due that, until June 30. to lack of interest. Flax was fractionally lower jeuma. V8 while oats and rye posted slight ,'to Slater, Walker tt to gains. Barley was unchanged. IT and VVajax to to Friday's vo urne o trade was Inco lost 1.4 to Tara n j 611.000 bushels of flax bushels of rye and bushels of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May lower 2.67 July -lit lower 2.68 Oct. sg lower 2.70 Nov. lower 2.70 Rapeseed Vancouver: June lower 2.55; Sep. lower 2.53 }2; Nov. 1 lower 2.50 Mi; Jan. 1 lower 2.48 Vi. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May lower 2.45 li; July lower 2.45 Oct. V2 lower 2.46; Nov. lower 2.45 Vi. Oats: May unchanged 69: July 7s higher 69; Oct. un- Alrninex Alts East Ashland BP Oil Cm Can South Cdn Ex 08i Cdn Homestd Cdn Super Charier Chieflen Dome Ppt? Gt Plains Gt Cdn Oil Lochiel North Cdn ON Mumac Pancdn Psn Ocean Pelrol Place Gas Ponder Scurry Rain SeFbcns Ulster (Supplied by Dolierty, McCuaig Limitctl) LAST BIl) OK SALE f.rn. Husky Oil War J-'Jfi Intor Prov Pipe Steel 5.30 f, 90 11.75 i.tS 7.55 3.35 7.70 39.75 4.6S 10 00 34.62V 1 55 5.55 14.75 15.00 K.ii Res Pacific Pefe Rainier 5 arc' we 1 1 Teledyne Went Cdn Se White Yukon Westflold 1-1.75 11. SO 3.75 31.50 fi.55 4 30 O5 13-iCi Invest Gr F invest Mutual Ac Acrotl CALGARY lE.fJ'J 5. !S 1.39 5.55 ;M Pfl'; 9.12V MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 'into Barons Oil .03' Madison .15 North Conl .07 West Warner .S! PIPE LINE STOCKS 1 Alia Gas A 5-1.00 Atta Gas Pfd Alia Nat Ges 50.00 Inland Ual Gas N and C Gai N and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Ga: Metro Gai Metro A Trans Cds Pips Trans Ctia A Cda War Nat Res N W Fin N W Gr Principal Roylund Tornp Gr 7-1 United Ac 5..: Universal Sav fi-C Cmnw Vent 7! VANCOUVER MINES A.ftoi 17.30 13.30 5.76 6.30 5 79 6-7? 5.6? 6.26 711 7.77 i 1 5 566 4 94 5. .15 A 49 6.76 ________________________.__ ._ Monday, May 15, 1972 THE 11 Ontario report on higher education doesn't apply here says Carter EDMONTON fCPj Mosl I SI.2 million to produce, "will quired lo take a recommendations in an Ontario' involve excessive expenditures car. ,a out report on post-secondary edu-, of public funds." any Jb- ca himself cation arc inappropriate for1 Mr. Carter said the school and present mmsen Ibis province, the University of i men felt that the report talked for All EXD'OT Bath Norse Brenda Erycon Churchill Copi Crovdf-n i any post-sec- 17.87V) Dolly Varden EQUitorisI 12.75 Granislo 5.50 Lcrne. 72.00 Pnmer i Pyramid Silver Standard Trcjan 79'25 13 e WC WC Trans V.'h 9.JS MUTUAL FUNDS WC Cdn Brew A Cdn Patilic Cygnus A Cytinus R Falcon Copp Gcnster Home A Hud BOY Co Hud Eriy Oil Hud any Hugh Russell HuUy Oil 31.12', 25 50 5.50 All Cdn 3 All Divid 1 AH Cdn Vent Anir Gr f- AGF Special Ccln in F 6.B4 .1-10 5 02 S 50 B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar Vi'i Capt Inter Crettbrook F 3.50 2 (.00 16.00 5.37 Va tario's Wright report during a scnale seminar. The report IE being studied by the provincial government for possible appli- cations in Alberta. In general, the report call? accessibility of education to all persons: making more educa- .........____..... tional sendees open to the pub- recommendation that manoa-; alrcady lie; greater diversity of sei-! (ory prerequisite courses lead-, issions 10 co.ordinaHi vices; a post-secondary system ing to higher courses should he univcrsitv college svs- to social demands; eliminated and substituted by f Ontario js jus, skills or I over, there arc indications decide responsive easy transfer between evaluated Lions- and accountability to; strated proficiency. wouldn't work for technical in- 'siiiil the document has academic vice-president at the been described as "the wrong University of Calgary, said the report and although there are i report's suggestion that three some recommendations which I semi ir.dop'iident govenmifn- Sd find sympathy here, es- tal boards to t e sentiallv "it is the wrong re- co-ordinate Ontario s iinnci- i oil for Alberla as well sities. colleges and other insii- i taxpayers. George Carter. president of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, said Ontario j businessmen have warned that 1 the document, which itself cos! stitules in Alberta, he said. The Northern Alberta lute of Technology does some persons without pre- requisites but Hie: Insti- iccent are re. Ce.-p In St F Dreyfus F U.S. r Gr 3.85 03 InM ft OB 6.65 Siamptoe iJlpl 5.26 5 7E OIL i.'.jo Albany on 3 98 4 "8 Plains 7.53 8 17 West Explor Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By nichardsnn Sccnrltlrs of Canada) LAST BID OK SALE Acm Adv. MINES Asb. MONTREAL (CP) Prices slipped slightly in sluggish trad- ing today on the Montreal stock market. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 103400 shares, compared with changed 331.700 at the same time Friday. On index, banks lost .49 to 269.01, utilities .24 to 161.53, the composite -19 lo 202.95 and in- dustrials .14 to 204.31. Papers remained unchanged at Asbestos dropped "i to S24, Peoples Stoves to Nor- anda H to Alcan to and Inco Vi Vo Rio Algom rose 1 to Mer- cantile Bank "i to Domin- ion Bridge Vz to S27V4. B.C. Tel- ephone to and Consum- ers Gas U On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, American Eagle gained 23 cents to on shares traded. Barley: May unchanged 1.09 July nol open; Oct. un- changed 1.11 ri. Rye: May VH lower 1.02: July >.R higher 1.02 u; Oct. la higher 1.01 Women pilots on their wa NEW YORK (AP) The stock market scored broad gains today, but blue chips lagged. The Dow Jones average of .10 Industrials at noon was up only 0.15 at 941.98. Advances led declines on the Profs chosen NDP candidates EDMONTON (CP) University ol Alberta profes- sors were chosen by acclama- tion to contest two Edmonton constituencies for the Kew Democratic Party in the next federal election. At a combined By GERRY BOUHDEAU OTTAWA (CP) The 22nd armual women's international Angel Derby air race got off the ground today after a half-hour delay because of poor weather. Juanita Halstead of Montgo- mery, Ala., was the first to leave the tarmac as she piloted her Twin Commanche aircraft on the first leg of the 1 ,900-mile race to Fort Laviderdale, Fla. Weather was expected to be a restraining factor on the first leg of the race as forecasters predicted thundershowcrs. Taking off at approximately one-minute intervals, the 55 sin- gle- and twin-engined aircraft were to make a series of sched- uled stops. The first is at Syra- cuse. N.Y. The olher stops are A.kron-Canpon, Ohio, Louisville, says expert SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Have you run into a gang of elk, a'dray of squirrels or a set of badgers lately? If so, you probably thought of them as just a bunch of critters. Not so, says Dr. William Burns, executive director of tlie San Diego Museum of Natural History. During much of his career he has compiled a lexicon of terms describing, from a literary standpoint, groups of birds and beasts. For example, it's a crash of rhinoceroses. A sounder of wild swine. If you don't want a mur- muration of starlings or an unkindness of ravens in the yard, Burns suggests setting a clowder of cats after them. How about an enrth of foxes? An exaltation of larks? A pitying of turtle doves? An ostentation of peacocks? An army of herrings? A smuck of jellyfish a business of ffies a nest of wasps a flock of lice a peep of chickens. Or a trip of goaLs a brood of hens a pod or gam of whales a sloth of bears a rafter of turkeys a gaggle of geese. "Many people come into the museum asking, "What do you call a lot of herons or mallards or and 1 re- membered a faded list I made out 25 years ago and thought people might be said Bums. Akeitcho Braiorne Broulan Betniehem Bruns'.vicK Canada Tung. Caviar Central Pal. Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cocnenour craic.morit Dictcenson Mines Denrson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldcna Dome Mines Aldona Mine! Eott Maiartic East Eullivan Frobex First i Gisnt Y.K. Headway R.L. Hollinger Hudson Bay M-S i Hydra Ex. Iron Bay ISO Kcrr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Lanais Silver Madsen R.L. Maiartic G.F, A'lS'lin McNeety Meta Midrim Nu West New Alhona New Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Northoa'e .25 Quebec Man -1.20 Padiore 1.40 Sherritt Gordon 7.35 Tek Corp. 1.90 .-'3 .10 Upper Canada .36 Western 3.60 E.55 Wright Harqreaves 1.16 1.30 Willroy 1.15 J2.50 Windfall -09 1.30 7.80 76.50 Alco Ind Atlantic Aqra Ind Bell Tel Brazil Tr B.C Tel 7.03 43.50 23.75 B.C. Feres! B.C. Sugar Bow Val ind CAE Ind CeJn Brew Chemcell Co! Cell Calgary Power 38.25 4.10 ____i Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Ind Cdn Marcon Cdn Vickcrs Chrysler C.P.R. Cons Gss Cdn W Nai Gas Dist Scacrems Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Tox Dom Stores Dome Pete Pfd 17.00 3.05 11.Oi) 34.75 9 million, an increase of i changes would also require upheaval that revenue from petroleum 1971. socicij. and natural gas rights for the; While oil royalties increased first quarter of 1972 totalled by more than SS million, sale Oil royalties take big leaps U.S. treads on tires Canada all io iiiiinuii, B of petroleum and natural gas! A i 111111 rights dropped by i 3H.B7V 27.00 51.37V 8.00 u.s; 24.50 24.50 J3.00 26.2S 36.75 33.00 21.00 16.25 exploration rights dropped more than million from the first quarter of 1971 to the first quarter of 1972. Royalties on oil for the first i quarter this year totalled t million, compared with S34.1 million in that period last year. i Natural gas royalties also in-, 'creased, to S6.3 million from; TORONTO (CH Western i S5.9 million, and royalties on j Aluminium Products, Calgary, Inatural gas products, such reached an agreement Is OTTAWA (CP1-Trade Mm- lo mji.' lion from million. Sale of exploration rights of agreement j completed Uni Union Oil Versatile Mffl WcMcel Union car Wesfon's B Woodward's A West Cdn Seed Zenith Flee 3325 BANKS 3B.B7VJ Cdn Imp 13.B7Va 29.25 Nova Scofift Royal 34.50 Tor-Dom 79.00 9.35 5d 4.50 20.00 16.50 20.75 26.621.3 2-BS 21.75 38.50 I Amr T nd T Anacotda Beth S'ee! Chrysler Comsaf Dupont GM Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Coppe Monioomery New York stocks (Supplied By Ricliardson Sccnrilles of Canada) !2.37 compared last year with S4.7 million quarter of 1971. ister Jean-Luc Pepin said Fri day the Canadian government will make representations to the United States treasury depart- ment, about its proposals to put higher duties on Michelin tires, manufactured in Nova Scotia. He said earlier the govern- ment has 30 days in which to reply to the proposal. The U.S. treasury department says it is considering the impo- sition of countervailing duties because the Michelin plant has been subsidized by government. The regional economic expan- sion department recently an- nounced a grant of million to Michelin to assist in a million expansion program. Meanwhile. New Democrat! Leader David Lewis said there U.OV are reports that the U.S. is con- j sidering action against other i Canadian firms, on the s a m all kinds dropped in the quar- ter this year to S4.2 million, million In the first purchase all the share capital of Dominion Bronze Ltd. of Winni- peg, Robert Scolnick, president .of Western Aluminium, en- ear to S4.2 million, nollnccd here today. with million statement Irom the com- I.IM .icai. Most of this de-jpgm- said the agreement was crease was in the sale of pel- j "subject to the completion o! roleum and natural gas leases, I certain formalities.'1 totalling million compared Dcrck president of Do- j minion Bronze, will remain as i chief executive of the company, the largest manufacturer of commercial aluminum products i in Manitoba. j Along with the recent pur- chase of Hialco Manufacturing 'of Port Coquitlam. B.C., the i agreement gives Western Alu- i minium complete coverage c{ I the aluminum window and door market for both residential and architectural projects in British j Columbia, Alberta, Saskatche- wan and Manitoba. Railways agree on O pact Scars 111.621: 30 Golds 189.M up l.ifi 20 of W.J. 71 IJ'3 10 Base 95.35 up .07 Gul IS W Oils 211.70 -IS 33.62'.) Texas Co 30 62'i Volume %'li YORK AVERAGES ,an uu WASHINGTON f AP) Is. Mr. Pepin said he had i United States railways and tn not heard this. 3, oo TORONTO AVERAGES d 77.25 20 tndusr nff .27 15 Utilities 109.09 up .23 65 stocks 321.69 up -SB Volume 300 protest Vietnam war Ky., Dyersburg, Tenn., Montgo- mery, Ala., and Gainesville. Fla. ,T1 ?rai cicciiuii. i Hsht-u ui Alumni i neople held 'i 1'i 1 t a combined nomination in miles per hour by the largest, jn the downt meeting, Burke M. Barker, 37. j margin will be judged the win- i exclu Western Canada Part} [leader warns teachers Irt. The team exceeding the estab-1 cALGAKY lished handicap of ground speed j m (CP) About hour lowrn I area Saturdav lo exchange professor of criminal law, was i ner. There will be cash prizes vjcws on Vietnam war. named to represent Edmonton j and trophies awarded to the six i i Sheet Metal Workers union j agreed on a new contract today, 3 railway spokesman an- nounced. averting the threat of la strike May 31. Chairman William H. Demp- sey of the National Railway Later Conference, bargaining i agent for the railway, said agreement is in line the industry pattern of a 42-pe.--cent increase over 42 months. Dempsey said he couM not CALGARY (CP-1 Receipts i disclose specific terms of the to 11 am on the Calgary Live- j new contract -We've found that this type j stock market were head, tional Association. Settlement of the Livestock report VANCOUVER (CP1 The j leader of the Western Canada of reaction that's going on in practically all COM s. T.ade Party warned British Columbia B.C. went on in Saskatchewan j active. inefficient teachers Sunday to give up a and it Mr. Bartlett; There were Insufficient Centre, and John Packer, a botany professor, was chosen to contest Edmonton West. Dollar Value MONTREAL U.S. iar in terms of Canadian funds up rs lo SO.09. Pound sterling unchanged at NEW YORK ICP1-Canadian dollar down 3-fi-l at SI .01 1-32 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- ling down IT it 11 lit I Information sheets were handed out and members of the crowd climbed on a plat- form to add their personal views during the noisy affair. j Km Nielsen, from the Uni- versity of Calgary's philosophy i department, urged the crowd In boycott United States pro- duels and companies. The reason the U.S. contin- ues in Vietnam is to protect its muiti national corporations, he said. The U.S. can't afford :ause it would break jits chain of eninire. cism of the appeal court s rec-1 was orfla. ord hy a University nt Alberta Dr campaign to defeat the Social i said. Credit Government in B.C. "One of our indirect plat- slaughter steers or f offer to establish nsuc heifers on i dispute signals the final quotations top finalists. Appeals court defended EDMONTON (CPi Alberta Chief .lusticc S. Bruce Smith and Attorney General Merv Leiteii n v e defended the: record of tlie court of appeals. I j The defence followed criti-' Credit Government in u.c. une ui m.c. I Lloyd Bartlett of Edmonton, forms is that we're trymg to Cows wrc mostly medium and J, ,_. UTIC artinn wltn all uiaaeb ByGeno Fowcctlo Aim-ALCOHOL PIH.IQ AN EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR ALCOHOLISM? MAYBE. DRAMATIC RESULTS FDR A NESV DRUG HAVE EN FORTED FROM PURIXIE U. IN TMEREOJCTION OF ALCOHOL ooNsywpTLQN AFTER! THEY MAO DEVELOPED AMAOOIC-j TION SIMILAR TO HUMANS...: ...BCPCRUKHIS OYMtUMS MIC HOW UHD6RWA1 WITH HOPS THAT THE THF-MPY AS ASMCOHOUSM University Alherta lierta judgments were over- ruled by the Supreme Cpurf. I nf Canada. Mr. sairl the chief j juslice had written him, point- I ing out that over (he last two I years, (here were 37 appeals to Canada's highest court, two of which were abandoned and two of w h i c h were overruled. Therefore, 31 of M cases heard hy the Supreme Court of Can- ada involving conrl of appeals judrjmenl.s were upheld. The attorney general said there could be some confusions over the two-year record he- cause one appeal Involved II separate cases. "1 didn't think I lip supreme court was that easy other- wise you'd have every lawyer in Ihe place appealing d o w n there." said Mr. Leitch. Professor Matthews, nf the University of Alberla, made a lens'thy study of criminal sla- lislics In Alberla and found them wanting in n published report. .Memorial Movement, a coali- tion of anti-war groups in Calgary. men lo he drafted inlo forces WASHINGTON (AP) Tie- fence Secretary'Melvin R. Laird announced today that it maxi- mum of young men will be drafled into the United States armed forces in the last six months ol this year. Ho lold a group of civic load- ers this will bring the year's total inductions to not more than This will be roughly half the men liippcd by the draft in As of Ihe last ollieial report, there were men in uni- form March 31. here for a party strategy- ses sion. said the B.C. Teachers Federation might come out on the short end ol the stick if it continues acting politically. Mass service planned for mine victims KELLOGG, Idaho (API Church loaders of all denomina- tions have organized a mass memorial service for the 01 men who died in the Sunshine silver mine disaster. The serv- ice will be conducted sometime next week in Kcllogg's high school auditorium. The ecumenical service is separate from individual funer- als which are being conducted in two small chapels in Kellogg and neighboring Wallace. Rescue crews are busy bring- ing up some of the bodies slop thus l action" earn ment with all of the 15 unions the railways have negotiated with on a national basis, Demp- to 2, .50. Bartlett predicted his party will field close to a full i medium to 26, earners slate of 23 candidates in B.C. anH cutters 24 to 24.50. in the next federal election. buUs 28 ,o 30.SO. Parly Executives Sunday! Replacement cattle w c r e chose the raan they hope will sl.anje ami .selling steady. Few build up public support for j sjook heifi'r calves sold those candidates hy appointing stcafly. Good feeder heifers "50 G. G. Melrose of Trail, II C.. i poumjs up 35 to Good interim regional vice-president i heifer calves 34 to Good I presidential emergency March to avert a strike. JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF with responsibility for estab- lish i n g constituency organir.a- tjims. The party's two-day meeting lo assess chances in this prov- ince, continues today. Youth falls into river BON ACCORD (CPI Gary Lewis Shaw, 19. of Gibbons is M ,a missing and presumed drown- j Ca'gavy: 30.20. Average ed in Ihe Sturgeon River near lri LethhridRc-1. No sales HoKS base price 30.- Hog prices EDMONTON (CPi Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Average Fri- day, 30.25. TCed Deer: 30.05. Average Fri- day, 30.25. Fri- tins central Alberla town. Police said Shaw was report- ed missing after he fell into the remaining at various levels of: Howl-swollen river Saturday. Ihe mine ravaged by (ire May 2. j still dangerous with gas and smoke in some sectors. Willl about 70 funerals still to be conducted, special parlors were set up in a nursing home to meet the problem. A funeral director said: "We just don'l have Ihe spare. It has been a nightmare for us." lie said funeral directors from Idaho, western Montana and Washinglon stales havo volun- teered lo help. Purchases hotel VANCOUVER (CPi The Hold Georgia in downtown Vancouver has been purchased for million by Pavid liow- land of Parts. The purchase, comprises both Ibe hotel properly and shares of tiie operating company, the Hotel Georgia Co. Lid., a sub- sidiary of Western Interna- tional' Hotels. Average Friday, Uoydminslcr. No sales Aver, age Friday. 29.77. (iramle Prairie. No sales. Av- erage Friday. MaeUxwl No sales, Average Friday. Total hogs sold Friday 7.RW. average .10.23. Sows average 22.40. Toiler. Hf bridge Co ;thr Univi lorn hn> field. U" i ;H (heir hoin tind raiser) tn nltenderl llie lellv miunily College lily o( Uthbtidge. j od ex. Ihn retoil -nle< j o rnnrried mnn witli .uld hr SUPERSOniC Car Wash 1819-3 Avenue S. produce flowers juM as normally as common p.irdcn J flmrerinfi plants. rhoiro of t nd nn'Pnl We honor all credit cards .IHIHU'.VI! hvd'Mlt-T We Care about you and your cai That's a promisn gy ;