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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 23, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HiTAID 17 West oils lead market advance TORONTO (CP) Western oils led the advance as prices ir most major sectors of Ihe To- rnnto stock market, climbed higher in moderate mid-morn- ing trading today. The western oil index was up 3.06 to 220.10, industrials, to 204.63, base metals .21 lo and golds .57 to JJOJ.fli. Volume by U a.m. shares, down from at the lime Friday. Industrial mining, oil refining. trust ;iml loan, real estate and utility stocks moved moderately higher while steel, pipeline, merchandising and general manufacturing issues drifted fractionally lower. Electrohome was up IVi to CDRH Ltd. rii to Dy- nasty to Falconbridge 1 to Moore "i to ?47 and Pine Point ]R Among oils, Dome Pete was up Hi to Pacific Pete iVi to Numac to Cana- dian Superior Oil VA to and Imperial Oil toSMVi. Inco rose to Bel! Vi to N o r a n d a !'j 73 killed in holiday accidents By THE CANADIAN PRESS Victoria Day weekend holi- day traffic accidents claimed 73'lives between 6 p.m. Friday and midnight Monday, local times, survey by The Canadian Press showed. In addition, 18 drowned, five died in fires and 11 were killed in other acci- dents. Seven died in Alberta. One was killed in a traffic ac- cident, four drowned and two died in fires. This weekend's toll compares with 79 reported killed last year during Victoria Day weekend. In 1971, 57 died on the roads and 16 drowned. The Canada Safety Council predicted 65 persons would die on the highways during the 72- Jiour hou'day weekend. Two children killed in the tent fire were identified as Kimberley Hammer, 8. and Diane Rosenberg, 10, both of St. Albert. Karen Bergman 10. was re- ported in poor condition, Bruce Hammer, 5, in serious condi- tion and Keir Hammer, 3, in less serious condition, all in an Edmonton hospital. Frank Doele. 16, and David Davits, 15, both of Cooking Lake district southeast of Ed- monton, are missing and pre- sumed drowned in South Cook- ing Lake after their canoe overturned. Jerry Dec, 24. of Edmonton is missing and p r e s umed drowned in Pigeon Lake, south- west of Edmonton. Police said his boat overturned. Linda Mae Hopkins, 18, of Edmonton drowned In a boat- ing accident on Lake Aden, west of Edmonton. Harvey Kowall, 14 of Calgary was killed when he fell from a car in Calgary. TransCanada Pipe-Lines U to and Sherritt to S16. Ford of Canada dropped 1'i to SIM, Texas Gulf Inc. ;H to Asamera i to Pan Ocean to Roman 10 cents SR.20 and Royal Bank TO LIGHT TRADE MONTJ1EAL (CP) Industri- ,als moderate advances in j light morning trading today on I the Montreal stock market. I On index, industrials rose 1.R5 lo 212.0G, the composite 1.25 to 208.36, banks 1.09 to 268.33 and papers 97 to 91.10. Utilities fell .74 lo lfil.71. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Friday. Aquitaine rose 1U to S23V4, Pacific Petroleums 1 to Vs, Falconbririge 1 to Dominion Bridge 1 to and Canadian Cablesystems 34 to Southern lost Vz to In- terprovincial Pipe Line -la to and Dofasco U to DJA OFF NEW YORK CAP) Bluechip stocks skidded today, although the stock market as a whole showed only slight, weakness. Trade was moderate. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was off 5.92 at 961.59. Among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange, de- clines led advances by less than 6 too. Analysts said the market was digesting recent strong gains. They said the decline was a downward readjustment after n gain of 26 points in the Dow in- dustrials in the last four ses- sions. Among Canadians, Walker- Gooderham was up iVs to and Mclntyre Porcupine ahead I at Canadian Pacific was 3.4 higher at Distillers Seagrams was off at Preston was down U to on the American Stock Ex- change. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds down to Pound ster- ling down 7-16 to NEW YORK dollar up 5-64 at 1.01 17-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- ling down 3-32 at 2.6119-64. FOR SALE TlireR bedroom bungalow, 815 15 S., by original owner, near shops, No. 1 bus route. Large livingroom and spacious ho 11 wall lo woll, firpploco with radinnt, drapps and vciittian blinds. Admiral air conditioner, large bright kitchen with lots of cupboards, Boar.ii el re trie range, WostintjhouMi washer nnd dryor, crilincj fan. Base- monl with tilo floor and third bedroom, pin sir r wall'., oak floors, storms and aluminum screens, 220 wiring, outside oloctric nil weather carpet on front fin'ranee, garage, iigbl, heat, and at- tractivft grounds. Phono 327-2359 for Appointment Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed prices dropped sharply under heavy selling pressure at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Local and commission houses were active traders in that commod- ity. Other commodities posted fractional declines in a dull trade. Volume of trade Friday was bushels of flax, 000 of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices Flax: May 1 3s lower 2.72, July 1 lower 2.72 34, Oct. 1 's lower 2.75 Nov. 1 lx lower 2.73 Dec. 1 U lower 2.72 Rapeseed Vancouver: June 2 3i lower 2.53 Sept. 2 "s lower 2.52 HA, Nov. 1 "4 lower 2.53 fiA, Jan. 2 '2 lower 2.52B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Slay 2 7a lower 2.43A, July 3 low- er 2.44 HA, Oct. 4 lower 2.45 ?5A, Nov. 3 lower 2.48A, Dec. unchanged 2.47 IzA. Oats: May unchanged 69A, July unchanged 69 VsA, Oct. un- changed 70A, Dec. not open. Barley: May unchanged 1.09 %A, July Is lower 1.09 Oct. 14 lower 1.11 UB. Rye: May not open, July H higher 1.02A, Oct. lower 1.02 Dec. not open. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uolierty, McCuaitt Limited) LAST BID OH SALE a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlne Ana East Gas Asamera Ashlari tl BP Oil Got Can South Cdn Ex Gss Cdn Homestd Crln Ind Gas Oil Ciln Super Cdn LMCJ Is Chlef'an Dome Pots Gt Plains Lochei! North Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn Pelft Pan Ocean Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Roin Spooncr Seibens Total Ulster W. Decslla West Pole 5.50 6.90 18.37'A 11.75 5.D5 7.05 3.35 7.50 9 25 30.75 1.60 5-95 14.75 .92 B.m, Quclesl Husky Oil 15.00 Husky Oil R Husky Oil War Inter prov Pipe Intrr Prov Steel Kaiser Res Pacific Pete Palnler We', I Cdn Seed White Yukon Wesifiekl CALtfARY Acroll Barons Oil Madison North ConI -M Wesf Warner .5- PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gas A SWt Alfa Nat Gas 197! Inland Nat Gas N and C Gas N and C B Pfri Pacific Trans G37. Metro Trans Cda Pipe Trans Cda A Trans Cda War Trns WC Trans Wts MUTUAL FUNDS Ford may brake production lines JL WASHINGTON (AP) Ford, But, in the event Hie law is Motor Co.'s 1973 cars cannot bo {changed, William U. Ituckel- cerlified under current air-pol- j shau.s, Environmental Protec- lution emission laws, hut Con- lion agency head told Congress gress can change Uie laws to here that Ford would IKJ faced permit delivery before cerlifi- [with a costly, large scale re- cation, a Nixon administration [call if the cars did not meet i official says. i omission-control standards. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aquataine ?1CO Brinco 6.25 Ccin Brew A Cdn Pacific Inv 75.Al'-i AHF Special Crowsnest Ind 2R.75 Cdn Invest F Cyonus A 5.50 73.37Vj 13.75 5.51 Atlas Exnlor BflTH Norse Brycon Churchill Copper Croydfin Vflrdon Dynasty Fnuitorifl! i-crt Cdn Com All Ccln Divicl All Cdn Vent al 77 9-5 9-81 1 -1.71 B Faicr.n Copper Ccnstar Hud Bav Co Hud Bay Oil Hugh RusseM 13.37'' 15.M 3J.50 it po 17.00 39.75 31.00 Mut Crnnw Inter Cmnw Lev Corp Invest rorp in St F Dreyfus F U.S. Gr In Shares Gr Equity fn Gr Fund '--6'1 7.13 7.B3 3.59 5.11 S.M 6.91 7.62 1.1.65 16.10 -1.36 5.31 5.P" U 73 15.05 1.12 Valley Copper WC INDUSTRIALS Block Bros B C. Sugar Capr Inter For Ind Hys Kr-y Indust Pacific West Air 31.00 Stampede 'f-H Res 1 05 OILS Albany -SO Plains Pc-fe .21 VVPSt .11' 3.M) ;i 75 5.12': .1.05 3.00 Mood vital facto T in t CHICAGO fCP) Rochester, N A'., have found that Three usually the wife. Wives were physicians questioned as an abrupt stances leading to the circum- up to tile bus- on the day of sudden his health, whether or change in mood may set up a band's death, his psychological sudden fatal heart attack in per- j state r sons with a history of heart dis- death, ea.se. The doctors reported In Ar- chives of Internal Medicine, a publication of the American Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quote MINES Acme Advocate Mb, Akaifchn Bralcrnc Droulan Bethlernm T Canadn Tung. Central Pat. Chimo Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craiqmont DIckenson Wines DPT Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Aldona Di.srovery Wines Fast Walartic Fast SuTIlvan Falconfcrldge Ffrsf Mdritimcs Giant Y.K. Bovis Headwny R-L. Hollinger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. (IV.oo a.m. vjtioresJ Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Oucbec Man Ravrock i Radlorn Rio Algom Eherritf Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmonf Upper Cenads 3.70 .10 1.15 .29 19.25 B.3D 15.R7' OS1, .34 1.60 33.25 .06-': .as 72.00 V.SV'i .95 7.02 5.20 .55 2.20 ?.70 Wricjjit" Hargfeavcs 1.30 Wilircy Windfall -W Bsi Dome Dofasco Cable Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pp Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron Erie j Hiram Walker Imperial Oil Nickel up A Joliet Quebec Kcrr Addtson Key Anacon Lebrgdr-r Lake Shore 1 anqis Silver Marfson R.L. Malartic G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyre Mcta Mldrim Nu West Homes New Athona New Calumet W. Horsa Noranda Norlex INDUSTRIALS Abitihl Alcan ;.90 Algoma Steel .'39 Atlantic Sugar Bell Td Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar BQW Va'l Ind CAE Ind Cdn Brew CbemceM Col Cellulose Calgary power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Pfd Crfn Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickcrs Chrysler C.P.R. Corninro Cons Bath Cons Gas rnn W. Nat Gas r'-t Seagrams Brfdgo TO.J5 .27Vi 40.50 3.45 .15 l.'-.SO 11. on 4.37'.' H.S7V, 53.00 21.75 30.25 fl.OO 7.75 S.35 1.65 2-1.75 1.50 11.50 Inf I Int Uilt Acceot Laurent id? Kelly Doug A Lcsh Loblaw A Met Stores Masssy Fcrg Cloe Domiar Dor Textile Stores 33 M.621 29.371 11.25 lfi.75 55.25 35.50 75 14.75 30.75 15.75 North Cent Corp Co. St. Law' Corp SMI CDA Simp Sears c! Cda Selkirk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Mlfl Pp Trans Cda Pp Union Gas i Union Oil Versatile Mtg Union Car i Wesson's B f Wooiwsrri's A Cdn Seed Zenith Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Roy a! Tor-Dom 38. 371. 3D.37V3 7.75 65.00 6.10 7fi.2S 17.75 19.87VS 2.90 31.00 3-1.50 25.12'.'? 37.25 30. 75 1.175 7 00 3.95 7.76 IK. 75 25.75 a7. 50 I Medical Association, on a study of 26 men who died suddenly. They summarized the sequence of events leading to death gen- erally: man was a high-risk patient due to a history of heart disease. had been depressed for a week up to several months prior to death. man experienced strong feelings of anxiety, anger or even elation just before death. death from heart at- tack or abnormal heart rhythm occurred within 24 hours of first significant symptoms. Authors said that death proba- bly occurred when the man re- not there were children, and whether the children had moved out oE the home recently. The departure oC the last or only child in the family for col- lege or marriage, or the disap- pointment of parental expecta- tions appeared to be the most commonly reported acute pre- cipitating factors in sudden deaths. In all but three in- stances there was evidence of some premonitory symptoms. Approximately half of the de- ceased had seen a physician within the 10 days preceding death. Tiic physicians felt thai the patients were reluctant to turn to anyone for assistance even when (hey realized they were having a heart attack. This had littie to do, they said, with the patient's anxiety about a heart As things stand now, Uuckel- shaus said, Ford would lie re- quired to start testing pro- totypes all over again, lie .said new tests would take at least three months and will delay by that time the normal July starting date by which Ford is in full mass production for its next year's models. This, Kuckelshaus tulct the Senate's air and water pollution subcommittee, could c a u so shutdowns for three months and massive layoffs. COULD AFFECT CANADIANS In Oakville, Ont., a Ford of Canada spokesman said that Ford's failure to meet the rcgu- lations could cause layoffs among Canadian workers. Tony Fredo, a Ford of Canada public relations official, said he presumed Canadian Ford opera- tions would be affected by a stop on American production since thet two operations arc in- tegrated. About GO to 70 per cent of To- rino, Meteor and Marquis mod- els made at Oakville fire shipped to the U.S. and the Oak- i turned to his usual depressed attack in itself, or even anxiety state after being emotionally about dying, but to his reluct- aroused because the accompa- nying drop in pulse rate and sick, blood pressure set off a sudden fatal heart attack. Or, to put it ance to admit being helpless or Authors are Drs. William A. Greene, Sidney Goldstein and Arthur J. Moss, from the Uni- Tlie problem, RucJ'.'.'liIuuis quot- ed For d devel- oped when someone at a lower level in the company gave tha order for more maintenance. ville truck plant exports about I Comb liner If or bomb i LISBON' (APi The Tlalian Miner Leonardo da Vinci stood i off Ihe coast of Estoril today with 520 passengers aboard j while a team of experts con'bed the vessel for a po.v.sible bomb. j Four enpineerinr ;md detona- tion experts familiar with the I ship's struct u r o nrrived by plane from Italy curlier in the day. Saying a bomb was hidden aboard the transatlantic steamer, an anonymous letter to the line's New York offices Monday demanded a random of S100.000 for information on the 1 bomb's hiding place. Tho i'rilish liner I'.l'.s.u hl'th 2 was halli'd in mid-Allan- 75 per cent of its production. Almost per cent of the Pin- los and Mavericks made at the St. Thomas, plant go to the U.S. Fredo said it would be uneco- nomical to keep Canadian plants open to meet Canadian consumption only. Ruckelshans said the reason for the situation is that Ford technicians applied unauthor- ized maintenance on Ihe fleet of prototypes heing tested to see if they meet anti pollution standards. WRONG TESTING Tlie tests involve driving the cars at 35 miles an hour for miles. Huckelshaus said certain maintenance can be performed, but not on anti-pol- lution equipment, according to an tek-phune caller said bomb': liad planted aljoard and demanded MiiiO.OOO ransom. The ship docked safely and officials called the incident a hoax. The ship left New York a week ago and was still in mid- Atlantic when the bomb scare occurred. It was scheduled to remain in Lisbon today and sail for Genoa this evening. 9.12V'a 25 25.00 if. 03 76.50 36.75 3 3. 87 51.12V; 51.50 17.62VJ 23.50 another way. the contrast ..v... tween the slowed-down stale diversity of Rochester school of I air laws- He did not the "blues" and the stress of i medicine and dentistry; the i specify what the maintenance arousal was too much for MIG Strong Memorial Hospital; and men's bodies, already weakened j the Rochester General Hospital. by heart disease. 31.50 27.75 7.12VJ 2-90 23.25 21-37W 38.12V; 34.25 32.25 New Yorfe stocks Amr T and T Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM. Gulf Int Harvester Cop (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canarti) 43 Sears 115.12V, 30 Gelds up -97 3300 Std Oil of NJ. 73.62V3 10 Base Met 9B..J! up .05 31 Texas Gulf 118.10 15 W Oils 219.22 up 2.18 33 Texas Co 31.50 Volume 6BOO Wickes Corp -1.75 NEW YORK AVERAGES 166'25 Woolwwth 36.B7V3 30 Indus! 961.39 off 3.92 77.75 Wesllnghouse Elec 31.62'.j 20 Rails 261.66 up .10 24.75 U.S. Steel 52.00 15 Utilities 103J2 up .07 33 12''a Gen Tel Elec 29.62''; 23.75 TORONTO AVERAGES off .65 Montgomery Ward 26.37Vj 20 Indus! KM.62 up .78 Volume TALKED WITH WIDOWS The average age at death of I the men in the study was 55.6 years. Data on past illnesses, premonitory symptoms and the emotional state of the men and their families in the days, weeks and months before death was obtained from work medi- cal records, private physicians and the surviving next-of-kin, Dividends Ranger Oil Canada Ltd., three months ended March 31: 1972, six cenUs a share; 1971, Scurry-Rainbow Oil Ltd., si'-: months ended March 31: 1972, 12 cenls a share; 1971, 22 cents. Since the illegal maintenance done in a significant num- ber of cases, Ruchclshaus said, the testing must be restarted. "This could cause them to miss their production schedule by three months and cause se- vere he said. Ruchelshaus said Ford exe- cutives reported the situation voluntarily last Tuesday after discovering it in checks of com- puter print outs on the tests. WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTER Excellent Space For RETAIL STORES or BRANCH OFFICE From 1000 Sq. Ft. to 7000 Sq. Ft. Available Immediafety Ample Parking Fully Modern Good Location HAY AGENCIES MR. P. BROWN PHONE: 327-7077 Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP1 Receipts at Uie Calgarj' livestock market to 11 a.m., about 650 head: mostly slaughter cattle. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were fully steady with hoktein steers to 32.50; heifers were fully Phone rates going up OTTAWA (CP) Bell Can- ana has obtained a rate in- crease, including a boost of five per cent for basic monthly tele- phone service, which w'ould give the company an additional million if applied for the steady; cows were medium and I entire year. I 1 eanne'r kinds at steady prices i The increase, awarded by the j and the odd sales to 28.60. In-1 Canadian Transport Commis- Grants reduced when schools hit bv slrike EDMONTON (CP) Provin- cial govcrnnienl. grants to school boards would be auto- matically reduced when schools are closed by a strike or lockout under amendments to the School Act given first reading in the Alberta legisla- ture. The reduction could be up lo 60 per cent of the amount pay- able lo tho board for Ihe period during which schools are closed. Other amendments deal with procedures regarding tho suspension of pupils, giving notices of public meetings, pro- vision of board financial stalo- ments to electors, the frequen- cy of plebiscites for debenture borrowings hy school hoards and authorize hoards to pur- chase, sell or rent instructional materials. sufficient bulls to establish market. Choice slaughter steers 36.50 dividual residential lines and sion, will mean an additional 20 lo 30 cents monthly for in- fo 37.50, good 35.25 to 36.25. medium 33.50 to 35.00. Choice heifers 34.75 to 35.40, good 33 to 34.40, medium 30 to 33. Good cows 27 to 23, medium 25 to 26.50, canners and cutters 20 to 24.50. Replacement entile were mostly steers weighing from 850 lo pounds and selling steady. No stock calves offered. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 35 to 37.40: good feeder heifers 32 to 34.25. Hogs base price 30.25. 35 to fin cents a month for indi- vidual business lines in most Bell exchange areas. Included in the rale increase package, arc boosts in (he costs of auxiliary services, such as Contempra telephones, long-distance calls, data ser- vices and service calls. The tcbl increase which j would in million if applied to the Full year is about GO per cent of Ihe Bell request for million in additional revenue. Hog Pr EDMONTON (CP! Aver- age prices lo 11 a.m. provided hy the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: 30.25, average Edmonton: Friday 30.44. Red Deer: Friday 30.45. Calgary: 30.25, Friday 30.42. 30.25, average Leery of banks, loses EDMONTON' (CP! Albert Leitnilz. 07, of Edmonton, who has "somewhnl distrustful" of banks, losl in cash when Ihievos robbed his home. N11, average Friday 30.45. Lloydminslcr: Nil, average Friday Grande Prairie: Nil, average Friday 29.60. Tolal IIORS sold hogs sold Friday average 30.40. Sows average 22.83. nilz kept the money in a slecl box in a bedroom closet. Ho told police be lost a large amount of money in Germany average] before the Second World War I and did not have much faith i in banks. Dividends By Till-: CANADIAN TTiF.SS Western Canadian Son! Pro- cessors I.Id., five ronls June 23, record May 31. Crown Life Insurance Co., 15 July record .Hme 5. Neoiicx Intel national T.ld.. cents July M, record Juno 15. If you are moving anywhere in Canada contact Royal Trust. Be sure to Reserve your copy of our Monthly National Magazine We con assist you in the sale of your present homo or the purchasa of a home anywhere in Canada. We can trade homes wiffi you from coast to coast. Our new National Mogazins will show pictures of homes and prices, also give you on informative on the city you oro movin n Conodn. Please call Jock C. Hlggins, our Pro! Estate Mgr., or any ono of our court- eous soles people. They will mo' sure you receive a copy of our n monthly National Magazine "A F in RoyalTrust REAL ESTATE SALES 740 4th Avenue S., lelhbriogo Phono 328-5516 ;