Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, Moy 1J, 197J THE LCTIiEr.lEGE HEr.AlB IT Market in quiet TORONTO k to ?14TB, Na-Churs to SK, To- ronto Dominion Bank to 532Vi and Union Gas Vi lo Electroliome was up 1 lo S70. Dylex A to S13'.2, Canadian Tire A to S10, Slelco -Is lo SWj, Rio Algom lo S1G and Hudson Bay Mining '.i lo lower trade New York Slock Exchange, however, by nearly 3 lo 1. Among Canadians on Ihe New York Slock Exchange, Mclntyre Porcupine was down lo Vi: and Walker Goodcrham was up lo On the American Stock Ex- change, Preston was up i to and Brascan Lid. was down to 522-li- Grain prices Winnipeg Grain Internal Avar extension approv ed MONTREAL (CP) Prices slipped sbghlly in sluggish trad- ing loday on Ihe Montreal slock markel. Combined volume on Ihe Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared will] 331.700 at Ihe same lime Friday. On index, banks lost .49 to 269.01, utilities .24 lo 161.53. the composite .19 lo 202.95 and in- dustrials .14 lo 204.31. Papers remained unchanged al 86.94. Asbestos dropped "i to ?24, Peoples Stores lo Nor- anda H lo ssB'.i, Alcan -1i to and Inco i lo SSO'.z. Rio Algom rose 1 to 518, Mer- cantile Bank 3i to S2IHJ. Domin- ion Bridge lo B.C. Tel- ephone li lo SlS-li and Consum- ers Gas '.1 to 2. On Ihe Canadian Slock Ex- change, American Eagle gained 33 cents to fl.M on shares Iraded. NEW YORK (AD The slock market scored broad gains today, but blue chips lagged. The Dow Jones average of .30 Industrials at noon was up only 0.15 at 941.98. Advances led declines on (he MONTEVIDEO (Router) The Uruguayan parliament loday authorized the govern- ment of President Juan Maria Rordaherry to extend its "stale of internal war" against subver- sion for another 45 days. The extension was approved hy 68 votes to 56 after a 45-hour debate in the legislative assem- bly here. A first 30-day "stale of inler- nal war" officially expired al midnight Sunday night. II was authorized to aDow Ihe govern- ment to use special powers, in- cluding Ihe suspension of civil liberties, in the fight againsl left-wing Tupamaro urban guer- rillas after an incident April 14 in which the Tupamaros assas- sinated four government sup- porters. Eight guerrillas were killed. The government had wanted i tbe special powers lo bo ex- tended indefinitely. But Ihe mo- WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- lion passed at dawn today au- sced prices were one quarter Lhorized an extension until Lo a cent lower on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange at mid-session loday as the market drilled due that, until June 30. to lack of interest. Flax was fractionally lower j while oats and rye posted slight j gains. Barley was unchanged. Friday's volume of trade was 611.000 bushels of flax, bushels of rye and j bushels of rapeseetl. Mid-session prices: July -In lower'2.60 Oct. SclYS CXpCl'l lower 2.70 Nov. lower J Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicrty, McCuaig Liniilcil) LAST HID OK SALE i-pn is! Go'. WESTERN OILS ft 90 Ashland 11 75 DP Oil Gni Can Souln Cdn Gfl- Cdn Homesid Cdn Super Charier rhioflfln Dor P.m. QUDti ishy Oil War- ier Prov Pipe 1 ler Prov Slcel 7.55 Rrv Pele Oil Gl Pla Gl Cdn Lochiel Norlh Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn PHt Psn Otean Pe'rol 1.55 5.55 14 75 15. GO 1.32 Pai Ra Sanc'well Telrdynr West Cdn Seed While Yukon Weslflcld CALGARY 11.SI J 75 31 10 4 30 I Invest Or LrwGit Mutual A Mutunl Or Nal Rrs N W Fin N Gr Principal Roylund 17.30 1? 30 5.76 6 30 57? 6.3? 5 ft? b.lt 711 7.77 i.lS 5 66 613 673 4 94 5..15 M9 4.74 I JO llni Scurry Riilr Sol bens Tola) Ulslcr W. Wesl Prl? 9.121 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 27.m rt.CD 1 39 5 55 Barons Oil Madison .15 Norlh Cont .07 Weil Warner .si PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gai A 5 The, ''We've found that this type i leader of the Western Canada j of reaction that's going on in margin will be judged the win- I ner. There will be cash prizes and Iropliics awarded lo the six top finalists. Dollar Valuo MONTREAL dol- iar in ierms oi Canadian funds up 'i, lo SO.na. Pound sterling unchanged al Appeals rourl defended oustrafion in the downtown area Saturday lo exchange views on Ihe Vietnam war. Information sheets were handed out and members of j the crowd climbed on a plat- Party warned British Columbia I B.C. went on in Saskatchewan teachers Sunday lo give up a and it Mr. Bartlelt campaign to defeat the Social said NEW YORK iCl'l-Canadian dollar down 3-IM at SI.01 1-32 in terms of IIS. funds. Pound ster- ling down Mi al S2.61 1S-M. DyGeno Tawcclto AHTt-ALCWOL DRUG AN EFFECTIVE TREATMENT I FOR ALCOHOLISM? MAYBE. DRAMATIC RESULTS FOR A NEW DRUG HAVE RE- PORTED FROM PURDUE U. IM THE REOICTIPN OF ALCOHOL OTNSUViPTIQN BY RATS AFTER' THEYHAO DEVELOPED ANADOiq TION SIMILAR TO HUMANS.... EDMONTON (CP l Alberla j Chief .luslicc S. Bruce Smith and Attorney General Merv I-cilch h v e defended I h e record of the court of appeals. The drfonce followed criti- cism of lhc appeal cnurl's rcc- ord by a University of Alberta i professor who said 17 of Al- berta judgmenl.s were over- i ruled bv the Supreme Court nf Calgary. i Mr. Ix'ilch said the chief jjuNlirp had written him. point-: inp mil Ihal. over Ihe last two i men years, there were 37 appeals to Canada's highcsl court, [wo of j which were abandoned and two! U) of w h i c h were overruled. Therefore, 33 of US cases heard Jni.. by the Supreme Conrl of Can- MMt.Uh ada involving court of appeals judgmenl.s were upheld. The attorney general said 'iia.s.s form to add Iheir persona] I views during the noisy affair. I Kai Nielsen, from the Ulii- versily of Calgary's philosophy i (lejiarlmeul, urged Ihe crowd to boycott Vniled Stales pro- ducts and companies. The reason the U.S. contin- ues in Vietnam is to protect its mulli national cnqraralions. he said. The U.S. can't afford to lose because il would break i its chain of empire. Tbe denionslralion was orga- nized by Ihe Dr. Strangelove Credit Government in B.C. Lloyd Bartlett of Edmonton, here for a party strategy ses- sion, said tbe B.C. Teachers Federation might rome out on the short end of Ihe stick if it I continues acting politically. .servce phuined for mine vieliins KELLOGG, Idaho UP) .Memorial Movement, a "coali- i Church leaders el all denomina- tion of anti-war groups i lions have organized a mass memorial service for Ihe HI "One of our indirect plat- forms is that we're trying to slop this political action in schools." Mr. Bartlelt predicted his party will field close lo a full slale of 2.1 candidales in B.C. in the next federal election. Parly IDxeculives S u n d a v the luav, they hope will build up public support for those candidates hy appointing G. G. Mclrose of Trail. B C.. interim regional vice-president with responsibility for eslau- lisli i n g constituency organiza- tions. The party's two-day meeting lo assess chances in this prov- ince continues today. CALGARY (CFl Receipts to 11 a.m. on the Calgary Live- stock market were 175 j practically all cows. Trade was i aclive There were insufficient slaughter slccrs or heifers on offer to establish quotations j Cows were mostly medium and canner kinds with all grades I selling steady. I Good cows 26.50 to 27.50. j medium to 26, canners and cullers 2-1 lo 24.50. Good I bulls 211 lo .10.50. Replacement cattle w ere scarce aim slendy. few i good slock heifer calves sold steady. Good feeder heifers 7SO pounds up to Good j stock heifer calves 34 to 33.S11. 1 Hogs average base price 20. WASHINGTON (AP) i United Slates railways and the I Sheet Metal Workers union agreed on a new contract today, a railway spokesman an- nounced, averting Uie threat of !a strike May 31 I Chairman William H. Demp- sey of the National Railway I Lalwr Conference, bargaining agent for the railway, said agreement is in line wii'i the industry pattern of a increase over 42 months. Dempsey said he couM nol disclose specific terms of the new contract until it is ratified iby the 6.300 members o[ the Sheet Metal Workers' Interna- tional Association. Settlement of Ihp. IS-mon'.h dispute signals Ihe final agree- ment with all of the 15 unions Ihe railways have negotiated on a national basis, Demp- sey said. j Uempsey said the contract j followed recommendations of a presidential emergency board i appointed by President Nixon in March to avert a strike. JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF i TORONTO (CP1 Western i Aluminium Product, Calgary, I lias reached an agreement It) purchase all the share capital ol Dominion Bronze Ltd. ol Winni- peg, RolK-rt Scolnick. president or Western Aluminium, an- nounced here loday. A statement from the com- pany said the agreement "subject to the completion of certain formalities.'1 Derek Kiley, president of Do- minion Bronze, remain chief executive of the company, 1 Ihe largest manufacturer of commercial aluminum products in Manitoba. Along with the recent pur- ch35e of Hialco Manufacturing of Port Coquitlam. B.C., ths i agreement gives Western Alu- minium complete coverage of the aluminum vindow find door market for both residential and architectural projects in British j Columbia, Alberta, Saskatche- wan and Manitoba. men who died in the Sunshine A' il. r-ilver mine disaster. The sen-! 1 OlTlh ice '.nil be conducted sometime next week in Kcllogg's high school auditorium. The ecumenical service is separate from individual Inner- als which are being conducted I here could be some confusions i announced loday Ihal maxi- ovor the two-year record lie- 1 nlc" i cause one appeal Involved It hc draflrd into Ihe j separate eases. "1 didn't think (he supreme court was Ihal easy olher- in Iwo Kniall chapels in Kellogg and neighboring Wallace. WASHINGTON IAI'1 DC- j Rescue crews are busy bring- foncc Secretary'Melvin R. Laird ing up some ol Ihe bodies remaining al various levels o( Ihe mine ravaged by fire May 2. still dangerous with gas and smoke in some srclors. about funerals slill to ACCORD fCP) Gary WJ5 ]cj Of Gibbons is missinp and presumed drown- ed in Ihe Sturgeon River near this central Alhe.rla (own. I'olicr said Shaw was report- ed missing after he fell inlo Ihn floixl-sMollen river Saturday. HOPE THAT THSTHF.RAPY MAVAPP11'TODRUB ABUSE A9 WELL u'isp you'd have every lawyer in I he place, appealing cl o w n said Mr. Professor Mai I lieu 5, of Ihr Pniversily of Alherln, made1 a lonsilhy .study nf criminal sln- lislies In Albcrl.i and found them wanting in n published rpporl- he conducled, speeinl were, set up in a nursing home Purchases hotel The downtown tlnilcd Stales forces in the last, six months of Ibis year. lie lold a group of civic load- ers Ibis will bring the year's lolal inductions to not more lo meet the problem. A funeral for million by David How- (ban direclor snid: "We just don't land of Paris. This be roughly half the .have Ihe space. It lias hor-n a The purchase, comprises holh W.OOil men lapped by Ihe draft niphlmare for us Ihe hotel properly and sh.iro? in He saifl funcr.il directors from of the operating company. Ihe VANVOUVKH (C Hole! C corf' in In Vancouver has been purchased llog jM'iccs EDMONTON (Cn Aver- age prices lo II a.m. provided hy the Alberla Hog Producers I Marketing Board: Kdmonlon: Average Fri- day. 30.23. Red Deer: 30.05. Average Fri- day, 30.25. i I Calgary: 30.20. Average 1'ri- idav, .liufl. Lolhbridge: TSo sales. Avorac.11 Friday. 30.23 Lloydminster. No sales age Friday, 2il.77. Grande Prairio. No sales I'riday. MachvMl No sales .Ui.iTi TOM SNELL Fl r r n i loqon, Gonrral ficilni Mcmngi-r. Bony Chevrolet Olat- moliilo, is plroird tn nnrOunce lliol Tor-i Snell hni Ihpir Oof Inm ho'n find rOi'pH In Tnl-fr. HP oMondeH ihc Irlli Average I'viday hridnr Communily Cotlpgp ond Tolal bogs sold Friday 7.11211. ihr Umvrmly D( lollihridoc. j eragl1 Tom hnri consiclp 22 -10 ln tlln rrl IV i. n mnrrinH wild As of the last official reporl, Ihere were men in uni- form March 31. Irialin, Mnn I nun mul WnshinRlon sl.alcs Iw.rnl lo hnlp. Tolun- Tom br most to I'-.c rublif i Hotel Georgia Co. Ltd., a sub- Tree.1! produce (low.rs ]nM as rhoiro ol o nr-w nr mt-d nonnalh' ns common garden tbnm to flowering pl.inla. fluny'i, Reduce the price ol yourctir vwtsh when you (ill yourlnn v.i'.h n.-.solino nl a SUPERSOniC Car Wash 1819-3 Aremjc S. We honor all ciedil cords 11.'toil1 CHARGED. We Care about you and your car That's a promisfi j sirli.ir.v of Woslcrn Inlcnia- lir.nnl Holds.