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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedntidiy. May 24, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 nm? W m jjjjt 1 1 2 JOINS RANKS Claude lUorin former deputy minster of inter-Rovernmcnta! affairs and an adviser on fcd-era provincial relations to otir consecutive premiers, is s iown at a news conference vhcrc lie announced lie lias, joined the separatist Parti Quo flotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied liv Uiilii-rtv. MrCiniij; Limited) LAST Oil SALE J a.m. Onolcsl a.m. audits) a.m. Creoles) H. WESTERN OILS HlflXV Oil B a.m AAulu.il Gr r- S.W 61) ftn.in" HO HusKy Oil Wnr S .VI (lot Res 7.Z! 7.46 JE Vast Gas '..m Inlor Pro-, Pips N W Fin S.3S 56 PrJUor SI! iB JSc'W S, S-or ;-Ji iFw-! S 5.S 'i.Si cln Long Is WI VANCOUVER harter '73 CALOARr I_ oi, :m Ezplor Msr c'dnOll oclllcl V.'cst Warner -1 .'11 crlh Cdn Oil 5.55 UNE STOCKS Churchill Copper .65 S ftS an ocean 11.57' Naj' Gas 1915 Dolly Varden elrol 1.18 J d" oas Dynasty "innada .A c Equilorial late Gas .92 d c B pld 28.00 Fcrl Reliance .a onder .'.0 Trans 13.M Giant Masco! angc-r 17.75 f 5 so Granislc curry Rain 15.75 A 77.ra Lcrnex '.5J pooner r, pine Lytlon Minerals 1.76 9.65 CtJJ, fj 75 Primer otal 5.85 fd A pyramid iser I.." war 1-UJH silver Standard W. Decolla 27.75 Tuxmcnt Vest Pet' Wt5 9.65 Trcjan -n MISCELLANEOUS Valley Copper 9.03 INDUSTRIES MUTUAL FUNDS Res .06V: "i Cdn INDUSTRIALS dn Brew A 31.37', All Cdn vent i-H J -61 BIccK Ores dn Brew B 36 E7Vj Amr Gr F 7.17 7.B7 B.C. Sugar yqnl'S B 5.10 cmr.'.v i J hys Falcon Copper 13.10 Lev 3.9S 4.37 n encr B ev; 3 Genstar IS. 55 Ccrp Invest 6.23 6.61 n.er ,V5r mer .-J Sco ud Bay Oil 39F7'-.Gr Fquity 7.t7 H.S9 OILS Hud Bay Oil Pfci 49.25 Invest Gr F 12.-i! 13.60 Albany Oil Hugh Russell 31.25. invc-sl Mutual 5.E9 Plains Pele -11 Husky Oil Mutual Ac 5.95 6.54 West Explor Toronto uiiiies, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. 3uoiesl a.m. Quotes) MINES Osisko .73 Dofasco ?8.fi7 Maritimes Bell Tc-l. ".7.1; North Cent 12.t7''; Gin'nt Y K. 8.10 Brazil Trac Power Corp 10.62 2 Bovis 1 25 B.C. Tel 63-00 Price Co. 9.03 Grandue '..05 Burns 1- Rolhmans 11. CO Headvav R L 7. CO B.C. Forest 23.03 St. Lav; Corp Hollinoer B.C. Sucar 21.75 Shell CDA Hudson Bay M.S Bow Valley Ind 31.W Simpson's 26.E7'j Hydra Fx .18 CAE Ind 8.12'a Simp Sears 39.25 ron Rav 36D Cdn Brew 7.75 Steel of Cda 33. E7 '-a 203 Ctmmc'M 5.00 Selkirk A 21. M Jollot Quebec .V Col Cellulose 21.85 Texaco 50.75 Krrr Adrjison 10.37'j Caloary Power Traders Grp A 17.E7 2 Key Anacon .26 Ccron Credit 1.55 Trans Mtn Pp JJ.50 Labrador 39.50 C.W.M. Gas Pfd 11.25 Trans Cda Pp 44.75 Lake Shore 3.15 Cdn Inri IB.O'J Union Gas 13.75 Lanois Silver .06 Cdn Marconi 3.35 Union Oil 42.50 Madscn R L. .76 Cdn Vicars ll.fiJi.'j Versatile Mfg. 5.75 Malartic GF .63 ChryMcr 32.B7'.a Westeel 20.75 Martin McNeely .m C.P.R. 14.fi2'.a Union Car 19-12Vi MDClnlvre 66.00 Ccminco B 21.75 a H Cons Brth 11.50 Woodward's A 27.75 Midrin 21 Cons Gas West Cdn Seed 7.25 NU West Homes 9.62Vi Cdn W Nat Gas 25.75 Zenilh Elec 2.55 Athona -16 Dist Seaqrams 36.50 BANKS Calumet Dom Bridge 29.75 Can Imp 26-15 W" Copper 2.65 Domlar 15.CO Montreal 21.50 Ncranda 39.75 Dom Textile 31.12' i Nova Scotia 3B.50 Northcate d.05 Dom Slores 15.00 Royal 34.37V; Norlex -3J Dome Pete 40.50 Tor-Dom 32.75 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and T Sears 117.25 20 Golds 205.37 off 2.U Anaconda 21. CO Std Oil cf N.J. 72. W.z 10 Base Met 98.10 up .68 Beth Steel 31.50 Texas Gulf 11B.12'.2 15 W Oils 222-20 up 2.19 Chrysler Texas Co 31 .37' 2 Volume 16750 YORK AVERAGES GM 7? 00 Westincihouse Elec 51.50 30 Indus! 967-03 up 4.73 Gulf U.S. Sicel 30.87' '3 20 Rails 163.05 up 1.20 Int Harvester 33 62'- Gen Tel Eelec 30.00 15 Utilities 103.12 off -35 Kenn Copper ?3.62'-j TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 327.66 Up 1.18 Montgomery Ward 27.62'.; 20 Inclust 205.99 up 1.08 Volume am rouble co OTTAWA Industry Trade id Commerce Minister Jean- i uc I'opii) confirmed in the ommons Tuesday that Funl otor Company has cncoun-srcd difficulties over anti-pullu- c on controls imposed by the r nited States. Possible s lo Ford DETROIT (AP) Ford or Co. has hinted it could, vith help from the Environmen-a Protection Agency, meet its September deadline for 1971 not el cars despite an EPA jrder that it rctesl engine erais-ion controls. Tiie implication that Ford stay nW-J-introiV.vlioii ;dicdule came only a dav after Chairman Henry Ford IE said le company "in one hell of T o of trouble" and raised the lossi lility of a long shutdown and massive layoffs while the -clesling was completed. The possibility of a solution of he problem also was suggested ijr an EPA spokesman who said: 'Obviously, we do not want lo shut down Ford for four months." Jack Conmy, special assistant to EPA Director William Ruck-elshaus, said the agency's lawyers are examining the matter and expect to have some suggestions within a few days. The giant auto-maker said late Tuesday that some of its employees apparently withheld information which should have ioen included in emissions-certification applications to the nfirmed b He said however that ru- t noured lay-offs were not true, g Opposition Leader Robert I tanfield who raised the qucs-ion in the Mouse asked if (lie in- d uslry department had (level- c ped any plan to minimize the o 'ripple effects" of the difficul- 1 c olution I woblem t A Ford spokesman said the' company had reassigned four supervisory technical employees previously working in the emissions testing area. Ford was informed Monday ay Ruckelshaus thatit would be jarred from selling its 1973 j model cars until it acnln per- on its engines to show compliance with federal standards. The information w i t li li e Id from the EPA "rclalcd In unscheduled, unauthorized maintenance performed on emission ccrtificalion test Herbert L. Misch, Ford vice president for environmental and safety engineering, said. Misch said EPA personnel were doing everything possible to help make sure that Ford demonstrates it can meet the 1973 emission standards. "It is Fords objective to accomplish this in time to meet our normal introduction date in he edded. "EPA has advised us that it is deeply concerned about the potential impact of plant closings on Ford employees, although it will require strict adherence to the rules and control V es betv.'cen Ford and the U.S overnment's Environment rotcction Arency. The agency anrounced Mon-ay the I'ord Motor Company onduc'.ed faulty pollution n its new enfines and may be arrcd from selling any 197; ars until new tests are comic ed in October at the earliest News wire services n a despatch from Eurlingtoc Mario quoted Tony Freda, a nord of Canada information of-ccr, as .statin': Canadian Fnrc lan.is would also forced tc nit if American lovjd. He explained that c it of Fords and Ford in Oakville and Ontario nlrmts are n the United Slates. Ilem-v I'ord 11. rhairman r "o i-nid id a pi'e.-s confcrc-ncr .ionnay chcilnlcd to fU.rt in Aumi-t Vi w nev. could take 1 i., n.ir I" ,uv i: M; lu.'ll In! "i tni'.il.lv." hi i li'.'.1 !irc--: Slaniii'ld siid virried about Iho impact Mian l-'ord 1'laiii- ii Kon' Motor !iad I" imn, ace a siuit 'iov.n a of West oil continue TORONTO (CP) Western oils again led advances as prices in most major sectors of the Toronto stock market moved higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. The western oil index was up 1.10 to 221.11, industrials .65 to 205.56 and base metals .52 to 97.94. Golds dropped 2.25 to 205.26. Vo ume by 11 a.m. was 764.030 shares, up from at the same time Tuesday. Declines held a slim margin over advances, 34 to 120, wth 185 issues unchanged. Beverages, communication, industrial mining and pipeline stocks moved moderately higher while food processing, oi refining and real cstale issues led the losses. Falconhridge gained to Sio'.b, Seagrams to Ahcd Music to Dome Pete to ?393i and Moore V4 to Dynasty advanced !t to SlHn, Sherritt Gordon to Numac to and Western Decalta 10 cents to S5.45. Rank dropped to Huffier Stores A to S3. Tara U to SlOVs, Camflo 15 cents to and Westinghouse Canada to s LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mixed in light morning trading today on the Montreal stock market. Combined olume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m- was shares, compared with at the same time Tuesday. On index, industrials climbed .75 to 213.31, utilities .14 to 161.25 and banks .01 to 268.50. The composite fell .55 to 209.16 and papers .06 to advance Distillers Corp.-Scagranu rose Hi to Walker-Good-erham to Moore to .Simpson's Vi to Al-goma Steel to and Abi-tibi to ?9'-i. Bank of Nova Scotia lost lk to Imperial Oil to and Alcan Vi to PRICES HIGHER NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices edged higher today in moderate trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 3.99 at 966.29. Gainers led losers hy about 7 to 5 among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Walker-Gooderham was up to among Canadians. Ahead 'j were Distillers Seagrams, at and International Nickel, at Mclntyre Porcupine was higher at Dome Mines was down IH L On the American Stock Exchange, Canadian Marconi was up "t at and Brascan Ltd. off 'A at boosts prices DETROIT (AP) Chrysler Corp. disclosed Tuesday it has raised prices on most of its automobiles S17 to S113 hy making heretofore optional equipment standard. Chrysler conceded, in replying to an inquiry, that the prices had been raised Monday bu'. that no ptiiilic disclosure had been made at the time. It said the increases had been "reviewed and authorized" by tho U.S. Price Commission. 'Chrysler said base car prices were being adjusted upward tc cover equipment which customers now must take, whether wanted or not. The smallest increase Is S17 for an electric clock, made standard on Dodge Monaco models. The SI 13 top covers the clock, disc front brakes and deluxe wheel covers coming on all Plymouth Fury premium models. wins golf tourney FOREMOST (Special) larlan Cahoon won the honors in the recent Foremost Go! Club tournament with t w o rounds of 37 each on the nine-lole course. Placing in the championshij flight was Alan Doig of The consolation winner was Geoff Tagg. The first flight was won by Floyd Nelson, with Charlie Hougen placing second Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 150 attle. Receipts mostly slaughter cattle. Trade strong and active. Good and choice butcher steers neeling keen demand, prices 5 cents to 50 cents higher. Mr. Norman Hansen, Taber, old one load strictly choice ligh Yielding steers averaging )95 Ibs. at 37.00. This is the lighest price that has ever jeen paid for choice steers at he Lethhridge yards- All classes of cows 50 to 51 higher, under keen demand. Bulls steady. Medium and good feeder steers 50 cents or moi-e higher. Choice steers 37 lo S7.GO good 35.75 to 3C.75; medium 3 to 33. Good cows 27.75 to 28.90; me dium 25.50 to 27.50; calmer and cutters 20 to 25. Good bulls 28 to 23. Good heavv feeder steer over 950 Ibs." 36 to 37.20; SO 900 Ibs. 38 to 39. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday the Letlibridgc yards 29.95 30.25 base price. 160 hogs sold for export pric converted to 24-05 liveweight. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CD pri Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG prices advanced as much as two cents on a mixed volume of trade at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Exporters were small buyers in that commodity with some local and commission house interest following a stronger price pattern in Chicago soybeans. Flax prices moved up slightly on a lighter local and commission house trade and a acl; of offerings. The rest of the market was quiet. Volume of trade Tuesday was 1018000 bushels of flax, 000 of rapeseed and of review Mid-session prices: Flax: May 1 li higher 2.71B; July 2 'I higher 2.72 %A; Oct. 1 higher 2.74 Nov. 1 higher 2.73 J.iB; Dec. 1 higher 2.71 MB. Rapeseed Vancouver: June 1 higher 2.52 VjB; Sep. 2 higher 2.50 ViA; Nov. 1 higher 2.51 MB; Jan. 1 higher 2.50B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 1 M higher 2.40 July 2 Vj higher 2.43A; Oct. 2 higher 2.45 >iA; Nov. 2 higher 2.4G HB; Dec. not open. Oats: May unchanged B9A; July unchanged 69 VsA; Oct. and Dec. not open. Barley: May unchanged 1.09 3i; July unchanged 1.09 >iB; Oct. unchanged 1.11 UB. Rye: May M higher 1.01 >iB; July 's higher 1.02 MB; Oct. '.2 'higher 1.02 HE; Dec. not WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Tuesday (basis High Low Close Beef futures WINNIPEG Live beef futures close Tuesday. Jly 36.00A; Sep 35.25; Nov 32.25N. Friday's volume: six Wolfe winning the conso-ation. Gil Mehlen won the secont flight from Larry Hougen anc Reinhold Karl. The third flight winner was Dave Garner, fo owed by the only woman golfer in the tournament Vikk tfachuk of Lethbridge, and 31ack Wilson of Manyberries. The prize for the longest drive from the tee on the 428-yard, fifth hole went to Harlan Gaboon. The closest to the pin on the 161 yard fourth hole was Dave Garner at 33 W5? By Gene Fawcette AUTOMATIC THE AGED, ILL, OR ANYONE A'-ONE WITH FEAR OF BE-CQWWG INCAPACITATED, HAS AFRI END IN ANEW INSTRUMENT THAT earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Allierla Natural Gas Co. Ltd., three months ended March 31: 3972, 40 cents a share; 1971, 33 cents. Trans Canada Glass Ltd., three months ended March 31: 1972, 20 cents a share; 1971, 11 cents. works COALDALE (HNS) Tl town public works ricpartme has been very busy ass stii other departments. According to a report su mittc'l hy councillor Abe Ei from Jim Taylor, public wor foreman, cost for men and m chinery to carry out the wor for the other departmen amounted to about April. Public works crew and m chinery worked on the Sport plex, clear water storag water and sewer depar ment, assisted the g company, mutual telephoi department of highways ai sold some top prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 29.65, average Tuesday 30.18. Red Deer: 29.55, average Tuesday 30.20. Calgary: 27.70, average Tuesday 30.22. Lethbridge: Nil, average Tuesday 30.16. Lloydminster: Nil, average Tuesday 29.50. Grande Prairie: Nil, average Tuesday 29.49. Fairvicw: Nil, average A NUMBER FOR HELP -IF IT IS NOT PERIODICALLY RESET... rf ...SKURITT GUAKPSAHO TIME PcRIOOS 274'i 270'4 Oet 276'j 2723s ZiK's Nov Dec 2725s 270Vi 270li Rapeseed Vancouver Jun 253'i 249' i 2501k Sep 253 Nov 2533i Jan 253 24S1! Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 243'i 239M Jly 240'4 2403i Oct 243'. 2 Nov 24412 Dec 247 SALE i Three bedroom bungalow, 815 15 St. S., by original owner, necr shops, No. 1 bus route. Large liv ing: com end specious Hal! have wall to waii, fireplace with radiant, drapes ond Venetian blinds. Admiral air conditioner, (.targe bright kitchen with' lots of cupbearer. Be cch ek'clric range, er end ri V i" r c i n q fen. r c: e -i w'iiii tile firor end third hcc'rocm. Din-tr r wells, eck floors, jlorms crd clurnlnum screens. 220 wiring, ouiside electric c-jtiets, whether carpet on front cr-.trcincs, qarcce, light, heat, ond attractive grounds. Phone 327-2359 for Appointment the Calgary livestock mark to 11 am., included 925 hea mostly slaughter heifers anc cows. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were steat with medium to good holstei 32 to 33.50. Heifers were fu steady; cows were steady f quality; hulls were steady wi sales to 30.25. Choice slaughter steers 36 0 37.60, good 35.25 to 36.50, m dium 33.50 to 35. Choice heifc 34.75 (0 35.50, good 33 to 34.5 medium 30 to 33. Good cows to 28, medium 25 to 26.50. ca ners and cutlers 20 to 24. Good bulls 211 to 30. Replacement cattle we mainly steers between 850 am ,000 pounds and heifers b twecn 550 and 700 pounds- stock calves were offered. Good feeder steers more th 750 pounds 35 to 37.60. Go feeder heifers 32 to 34.90. Goat stock and feeder cows 2-1 t 27. SO. Hogs base price 1 Draft choices remain secret NEW YORK (CP) Bill Tor- Fletcher had agreed on proce-rev general manager of Ihc lo be followed in deciding which expansion team will nave New York Is andcrs franchise in I r. the National HocKcy League, of hvcr refused today to confirm or anrj Vancouver deny that he and Ciif i- e into he rc_ general manager at At anta, ..Puncn Imiach and Bud ,ave decided hetwoen hen- coi or selves which players they 11 pick somcthine for first first in the draft of amateurs in Montreal m June. ..As j it_ Vfmcouvcr Iosl The two expansion teams will out cach time> jmlach got all lave first choice of (lie amateur the major choices, talent as they prepare to put i -fal. ns rm their first teams on the ice this clirf and j ag-ce. mcnt on how to proceed w len "Let the other teams keep we get to the June meetings, so i guessing." said Torrcy. He each will get his share." would not comment on n Van- The five categories of choices convcr television report that j listed hy Torrcy are the ama-LOHR Island would pick Jacques teur draft, the regular expan-Richard of Quebec and Atlanta skm draft, the goalkeeper ex-wonld take Billy Harris of To- pnnsion draft, the 29.15. For Macleod: Nil, average Tuesday POLICE DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE hereby offer for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING UNCLAIMED BICYCLES: BICYCLE SERIAL NO. NO. MAKE COLOR DE5C. 1 6545A Hiawatha Bl. and Wh. Girls 2 12975 G.T. Cyc one Mauve Girls 3 JO20686 CCM Rambler Bl. and Wh. Girls 4 22224 G.T. Cyclone Black Boys 5 3458676 Triumph 3 Spd. Bl. and Wh. Boys 6 HO7486i Hiawatha Red Boys 7 H026646 C.C.M. GirU 8 12809 G.T. Cyc one Mauve Boys 9 S7-9A027 Husky Bl- and wh- 10 12234 Black Hawk Bl. and Wh. Girls 11 34762 Rebuilt "ed 12 G.T. Cyclone Lime Gr. Boys 13 1736AU Hiawatha Bl. and Wh. Gir s 14 K545429 Baycresl Blue and Girls Speed King Chrome 3 Speed 15 66775 Bl. and Wh. Girls 16 190EW Girls 17 Blue Boys 18 Maroon Boys Thflso bicycles may be Inspected at the police station ond n bid may be entered on ono bicycle or the entire oi. Bids must be entered on the proper form which may be obtained at the police station comploint office. BIDS CLOSE FRIDAY, MAY 26th, 1972 AT 6 hogs sold Tuesday 11, 944, average 30.09. Sows aver age 09 'a 0-t value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol ar in terms of Canadian fund, down 7-32 to Pound ster ling down to Barley May 109'i 103's 109'i Oct lll'j Ill's 111U live May 101 Jly 102's 102 102'i Oct 102 102 102 !DCC YORK Canao'iar dollar up 3-31! at 1.01 37-C4 ii terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster ling lip 11-64 at 2.61 DEATHS Fatal accidents on Ncnve LJan highways declined in 197 lo -195 from 560 in cDTOSPlBnCK; CANADA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE LEPTOSPIR05IS UTHBRIDGE, AIBERTA TESTING TECHNICIAN Prepares ond live anligcns oq-iri! eigtil or more strains of tcplcspira; s OCA