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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuoitloy, May 53, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HrrAID 17 West oils lead market advance TORONTO (CP) Western oils led the advance as prices ip mosl major sectors a! Ihc To- rnnlo slock market, climbed higher in moderate mid-morn- ing Irading today. the western oil index was up 3.06 to 220.10. industrials. .115 to OS, base metals .21 lo 98.611 and golds .57 lo TransCanada PipeLines Va lo and Sberrilt lo S16. Ford of Canada dropped J'i lo S94, Texas Gulf Inc. to Sin, Asamera 1 to Pan Ocean to Slliji, Homan 10 cents SH.20 and Hoyal Rank !i TO S-V. LinilT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Indusln- advances :n Volume by II a.m. was GGS.lWQ als led moderate advances in shares down from at the light morning trading today on Ihc Montreal slock market. On index, industrials rose 1.B5 same lime Friday. Industrial mining, oil refining. trust and loan, real estate and utility stocks moved moderately higher while steel, pipeline, merchandising and general manufacluring issues drifted fractionally lower. Electrobome was up I'i to CDKff Ud. lo Dy- nasty lo 511, Falconbridgo 1 to Moore "j to ?47 and Pine Point >i to Among oils, Dome Pete was up Hi lo Pacific Pete Hi to Numac to 516. Cana- dian Superior Oil Vt to and Imperial Oil '.i lo SM'.i. Inco rose Bs to S32ns, Bell ''i to Mora nd a SW, 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, 19 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 Safely Council predicted 65 persons would die on the highways during the 72- lioiir holiday weekend. Two children killed in the tent fire were identified as Kimberley Hammer, 9. and Diane Rosenberg, 10, both of St. Albert. Karen Bergman 10. was re- ported in poor condition, Bruce Hammer, 5, in serious condi- tion ajid Kcir Hammer, 3, in less serious condition, all in an lo 212 the composite 1.25 la 20C.3C, hanks l.on to 268.33 and papers 97 to 91.10. Ulililies fell .74 to ]fil.71. C o in h i n e d volume on tho Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared will) at the same time Friday. Aquitaine rose ll-i 10 Pacific Petroleums 1 lo Falconbridge 1 to Dominion Bridge 1 Lo and Canadian Cablcsystems 3-i to ?19 3i. Soulham losl Vz Lo In- Icrprovincial Pipe Line to S30Vz and Dofasco U to DJA OFF NEW YORK (API Bluechip slocks skidded today, although llic stock market as a whole j showed only slight weakness. Trade was moderate. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial slocks was oH 5.92 at 9G1.59. Among issues Irarled on the Now York Slock Exchange, de- clines led advances by less than 6 to 5. 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 [our ses- sions. Among Canadians, Walker- Gooderham was up ivk to S45 and Mclnlyre Porcupine ahead 1 at SG9. Canadian Pacific was '4 higher at Distillers Seagrams was off V-i Preston was down U to on the American Stock Ex- change. 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 comrnod- Edmonton hospital. Frank Doele. 16, and David Davils, 15, bolli of Cooking Lake districl southeast of Ed- monton, are missing and pre- sumed drowned in South Cook- ing Luke alter their canoe overturned. Jerry Dec, 24. of Edmonton is missing and p r c s limed 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. Other commodities posted dull fractional declines in a trade. Volume of trade Friday was bushels of flax, 000 of rapesoed and nf rye. Mid-session prices Flax: May lower 2.72, Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds down Vs lo Pound ster- ling down 7-16 to NEW YORK dollar up 5-64 at 1.01 17-G4 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- ling down 3-32 at 2.61 19-64. FOR SALE Tlirce bedroom bungalow, 815 15 SI. by original owner, near shops, No. 1 bus route. Large livmgr oorn and spacious Imll liovf lo wall, firrploco wilh radifint, drapri and vcnrl.an uiinds. Admiral air fondilionrr. Inrrjn brigh) kitchen wiMi lols of cupboards, Dcnc.li rlrctric range, Wcslincjhousn woshcr and drynr, cnil'ncj fan. BOSR- mnnl willi floor and ihird bedroom, plnslrr walK ook floors, and aluminum M-rocns. 220 wiring, ouisido oloctric oulluls, nil weather carpet on front rn'rancn, garage, liqhl. hrat, and ot- tractivo Phono 327-2359 for Appointment Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicriy. McCuaifj Limited) LAST BID OH SALE a.m. OuotesJ WESTERN OILS Almlnex Alia Eait Gas Asamera Ashland BP OH GM Can South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homesld Crln Ind Gns Oil Ciln Super Cdn Long Is ChleHan Dome PolB Gl Plains LocMei! North Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn Pelo Pnn Place Gas Ponder Ranger 17.75 Scurry Roln 15-75 Spooncr .91 5.8S Ulster Ul W. Decalla Wesl Pele 9 00 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES B.m. quclesl Husky Oil 1500 Inv 5 50 Husky Oil fl i.10 "-U 690 Husky Oil V.'ar OS Mu HJ37Vj Inler Prov Pipe 1XW Ua' 11 75 Inlrr Sled 13 15 M 5.05 Kaiser Res 1 tS N 7 C5 Pacific. Pela 00 Pr' 3.35 Pnlnler G.W'i 7 50 Sondvwl 3 ns For 9 35 Cdn !ircd 7 1'> -10 While Yukon in.U1 j Un Wcsirie'd 1-3' nj" 9 no CALGARY Crr Acroll --1' 30 7J Barons OJJ A1' 1 60 Madison 595 Norlh Conl West Warner -SJ 14.75 PIPE LINE STOCKS TU31 j Alls Gas A 5137VJ .f? Alia N.l! Gas W 75 (0 Inland Nal Gas 1A75 17.75 N and C Go-- 15 75 N and C 3 Pfd j .9) Pacllie Trans 12.75 S.'BS Trans CcJa Pip? P 50 AH fdn Piicilic In Crowsncsf Ind Cyonus A Fnicrn Copper r-cns'ar Home A Home fl Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hugh Russell 6.25 AM Cdn Ven 31.37''a Amr Gr 7S AI'-j AGF Spt-cia 3S.75 frtn Invest S.M Col Mulual Inter 13.37' a Cmnw Lev 15 CO Corp Invent ED rorp in si Dreyfus F U 17.00 Gr in Shar C-jpns 81 10.77 Wt- R-'J Oi 71 6'' INDUSTRIALS 713 7.83 Block Bros H.59 BC. Sugar 21.75 511 5.W Cac' Inlrr 6917 For Ind -1 15 1.1.15 16.10 Hys 300 3 97 A.36 I'fy Indus! 691 67fl Pacilic West Air 2? 00 5.31 5 P" Slamptde Mood vital factor in As tilings stand mnv, Kuekc'l- ifiiis said, I''urd lie re- quired lo starL IcslinR 19711 all ovc.r lie said new tests would lake m least three monlhs and will delay by Ihat lime the normal July starting dale by which is in full mass production for next year's models. This, IluckclsliaiLs loltl the Senate's air and water pollution suljcommitlee, could 11 .st for three monlhs; and massive layoffs. COULD AFI'KCT CANADIANS In Oakville, Out., a Ford Tlie problem, cd K o r d as di-vel- oped when someone at n lower level in the company Rave tha order for moie maintenance. Comb liner for homl> Three CHICAGO (CP) Rochester, N A'., have found that change in mood may set up sudden fatal heart attack in pcr- soi eai usually Hie wife. Wives were Albin 7 17.38 13.il Wpsl OILS 0 i .50 physicians questioned as to the circum- nbrupt stances leading up to the hus- band's dcalh, his psychological stale on the day of .sudden sonsTwiMi'a history of hcarl'dis-j death, his health, or 2aKC not there were ehildren, and L The doctors reported In Ar-1 U'hcther the children had moved chives of Internal Medicine, a out o[ Uie home recently. publication of the American The departure of the last or Medical Association, on a study only child in the family for col- of 2G men who died suddenly. lefie marriage, or (lie disap- LISBON' (APi THE Italian incr Leonardo da Vinci slood .t. i off Hie coast ol Kslnri! loday 520 passengers aboard while a team ol experts con bed Canada spokesman said that ine vessel for a possible bomb. Ford's failure to meet the regu- pour cnpineerinr imd dclona- lations could cause Inyofts ijon experts faniiiiar v.'iili Ilio among Canadian workers. ship's s I r u c t u r c nn-ivod by Tony Fi-edo, a Ford of Canada plane from Italy earlier in the- Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Sccnrllios of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quoiesl MiNSS Acme Adwcca 1 Mb. HrHlcrnc Broulan Canadn Tung, M J7 Quebec Man Ravrrxk 35 CO -42.50 3.70 m-.oo e.m Dcme Pelo Dofasco Cable Ford of Am 10 Cdn Oil ilral Pal. .US 1 5? 17.00 l.rtl 1.15 19.15 Sherf Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Craiqmonl D'ckenson Mlnei De'iisori Wines DPT Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Aldona Discovery Wines Fas! Walarlic Ea5i JUnivan Ffllconhrldcje FrohKX First MPrilimoS Giant Y-K. Bovis R.L. Hollinger Hudson Bay M Hydra Ex. Boy Algom inn Corp. If Gordon Wilier CIS1 ip Rock .76 Corn. 530 n TexmoTit .55 "il Upnor '.'0 31 Mines 711 "tO VMqh! Hnrgreavcs 1.30 l'l5 Willrcy '-'5 06'-'" Vi'indtall YeMovjknlfe Beer -135 'nmmDUSTRlALS Abilihl 9.131 Gen Motors Gl Lakes Pp Greyhcund Quotes) 38.37i'a 95.37V3 7.75 65.00 6.10 1 .'.5 7.90 75.W Alco Inrf IJf-'i Huron OSli Hiram :.02 Imperifll Oil Imasr.a 55 Inl Uickcl 7 70 Inl Pice Inv A Inl UM Ir.d Laurcnlirio Kelly Dtiug A Lech Lob law A Mel 5'crcs Masscy Tcrg AAcWiMan Cloc 17 7 3.93 31.00 Joliet Quebec Kcrr Adrjlson Key Anacon Labrgrir-r Lake Shnre Lanais Silver Wadson R.L. MalaMic G.F, Marlin fAcNMly W.aclnryre Mela Mldrim Intern Mogul Nu We5l New Alhona New Calumet W Horso Noranda Northgatt 1 90 7 80 42.50 ZJ..W .31 10.15 ilic Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tei Brazil Trac B C. Tel Burns B.C. Fores! B.C. Sugar Bow Val Ind CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulosf JO 50 Calgary power 3 45 Coron Credil 06 C W.N. Gas Pfd .75 Cdn lid .68 Cdn Marronl OB1'] Cdn Vickcrs Chrysler .11 C.P.R. ,21V'j Cominco 9 65 Cons Bain 9 50 Cons Gas .If rnn Nal T.I r' t Seagrams ;.-7 Dc.n Bridge 39 50 Domlar 6.00 Dom Textile .28 Dom Slorea 1.1.50 11.01 6 17' 3 Mol 1.100 Nor They summarized the sequence of events leading lo death gen- erally: man was a high-risk patient due Lo a history of heart disease. had been depressed for a week up to several months prior to death. man experienced strong feelings o[ anxiety, anger or even elation just, before death. dcalh 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- poinlment of parental expecta- tions appeared to be Hie 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 dealh. The physicians felt thai the patients were reluctant lu turn to anyone for assistance even when they realized Ihey were having a heart attack. This had little lo do, they said, wilh the patient's anxiety about a heart public relations official, said he presumed Canadian Ford opera- tions would he affected hy a stop on American production since thet two operations arc in- tegrated. Haying a homli hidden the transatlantic steamer, an anonymous letter to the line's New York offices Mondsv demanded a random uf About GO to 70 per cent of To- piou.ooi) for on the riiio, .AIcLeor and Marquis mod- i bomh's liirlinK plncic. els made at Oakvillc arc1 The1 ;'iiiiVn liner shipped to the U.S. and the 2 halu-d in villc truck plrnl exports about li.1 .i'l 75 per cent of its production. after an riiionyinci-.s Alniosl RO per cent of the Pin- c.illcr said Iwcn tos nncl Mavericks made at the planted aljoard and demanded St. Thomas, Onl., plant go lo the U.S. Frcdo said it would be uneco- nomical to keep Canadian plants open to meet Canadian consumption only. Kuckclshaus said the reason for the situation is that Ford technicians applied unauthor- ized maintenance on the fleet I-H'O.OOO r an s om. The docked safely r.r.d officials called the incident a hoax. The ship left New York B week ago and was still in mid- Allanlic when the bomb scare occurred. It was scheduled to remain in Lisbon today and sail for Genoa this evening. fl.OD 771 Se 5.75 Tc- I 65 Tr 21.75 Tr 1 SO Tr 11 50 U U :.30 Ve Rcllimar-i i SI. Lav.- Corp SJwJJ CDA Simpscr's Sinin Sears turned lo his usual depressed attack m itself, or even anxiety state after being emotionally about dying, but lo his reluct- aroused because the accompa- nying drop in pulse rate and blood pressure set off a sudden fatal heart attack. Or, lo put it another way. the contrast be- tween the slowed-down stale of .Blithe "blues" and (lie stress of------------ arousal was too much for the strong Memorial Hospital; and Wl men's bodies, already weakened I the Rochester General Hospital. hy heart disease. TALKED WITH WIDOWS f The average age at death of I Dividends the men in the study was 55.6 74.50 36.75 33. 21.171-3 51.50 years. Data on past illnesses, premonitory symptoms and the emotional state of the men and ?3 171Ji M.W'a 39J7V7 11.15 IB.75 25.35 35.50 59.75 1J.75 30.75 15.75 tile Mlg Union Car Wesl on' s B A V.'csl Cdn Zenith Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scolls Royal Tor-Dom 31 50 2775 7.121-1) 1 90 33.35 21.37Vs M.I 3V? 14.25 33.25 New Yorlc stocks Amr T and T Anaconda Beth Sled Chrysler Comsjf Dupont GM- Gulf In1 Harvester (Supplied By Hfchardson Secnritles of Canorti) 20 Gddi SOI.45 up .97 10 Base Mot 9IU2 up .05 15 W Oils 219-22 Up 2.IB Volume NEW YORK AVERAGES 9A1.39 oil 3-92 3300 sears lli.ir'j Std Oil of N.J- 72.6213 j Texas Gulf 118.10 Texas Co 31 -W afloo wiekU Corp orlh P 77.75 Wesllnghousa Elec 31.42': 2i.75 U.S. Sloel 5I.OH 33 12''a Gen Tel Elec 73.75 TORONTO AVERAGES 20 Rails 3dl.66 UD -10 Ulililies 103.42 UD .07 Slocks 324.51 off .65 their families in the days. 1971, weeks and months before death Scurry-Rainbow Oil Ltd., sh: as obtained tram work medi-i months ended March 31: 1972, cal records, private physicians S299.000, 12 cents a share; 1971, and the surviving next-of-kin; 22 cents. of protolypes heing tested to see if they meet anti pollution standards. j WRONG TESTING The tests involve driving the ance lo "admit being helpless or cars at 3.J ,an. ,hour sick b I miles. RuckcTshaus said Authors are Drs. William A. maintenance can bo i Greene. Sidnev Goldstein and i pGrformed. hul not on anU-pol-. Arthur J. Moss, from the Uni-'lullon cquipmcnl, according to vcrsity of Rochester school laws. He did nut; incdicino and dentistry; what the mainlpnancc. nnH W Since the illegal maintenance was done in a significant num- Ijer of cases, Rticlielshaus 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. Ranger Oil Canada Ltd., three monlhs ended March 31: 1972, six cenUs a share; WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTER Excellent Space For RETAIL STORES or BRANCH OFFICE From 1000 Sq. Fl. lo 7000 Sq. Fl. Available Immediately Ample Parking Fully Modern Good Location HAY AGENCIES MR. P. BROWN PHONE: 327-7077 July 1 lower 2.72 'j, Oct. 1 lower 2.75 aPB. Nov. 1 LH lower 2.73 Dec. 1 U lower 2.72 -aB. Rapesecd Vancouver: June 2 lower 2.53 Sept, 2 lower 2.52 '2A, Nov. 1 r'i lower 2.S3 JiA. Jan. 2 'j lower 2.523. Rapcseed Thunder Bay: May 2 ?a lower 2.43A, July 3 -1-j cr 2.41 ViA, Oct. 4 lower 2.45 Nov. 3 lower 2.40A, Dec. unchanged 2.47 Oats: May unchanged 69A, July unchanged 09 UA, Oct. un- changed 70A, Dec. not open. Barley: May unchanged 1.09 -VtA, July U lower 1.09 VzA, Oct. ft lower 1.11 ]sB. Rye: May not open, July higher 1.02A, Oct. Vs lower 1.02 Dec. not open. Livestock Calgary livestock CALGAHY fCPI Receipts al Uie Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m., about 650 liead: Phone rates going up OTTAWA Bell Can- j ana lias obtained a rale in- LU 11. d.lli-, uuu..t i mostly slaughter cattle. Trarie crease, including a boost ol five I per cent lor basic monlhly tele- phone service, which would give the company nn additional 547.2 million if applied lor the j was nclivc. Slaughter steers were steady wilh holstein sleers lo 32.50; heifers were fully Graiils reduced wlicii schools liil by strike KDMONTON CCP) Provin- cial government grants lo school boards lie aulo- malically reduced when schools arc closed by a slriko or lockout under amendment (o (he School Art Riven first reading in the Alberta legisla- ture The reduction ronld be up lo HO per cent of Hie amount pay- able lo the board for I be period (luring which schools arc closed. Oilier amendments denl