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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Market continues steady advance TORONTO (CP) Western oils led the advance as prices on the Toronto stock market continued their upward Ucnd for the 10th consecutive session in mid-morning trading today. The weslcrn oil index was up to 223.73, base metals .11! to 911.44, industrials .67 to and golds .44 to 207.22. Volume by 11 a.m. was 744.000 shares, down from at the same lime Wednesday. Beverage, industrial mining, oil refining, pipeline, steel and trust and loan slocks moved moderately higher while bank- ing, communication, paper ami forest and real estate issues suf- fered declines. Advances outnumbered de- clines 14G to 106 with 131) issues unchanged. Among oils, Pacific Pete climbed 1 to 533'.a, Dome Pete to .Numac lo Imperial Oil lo and Aquitaine 'i lo S23'.z. Massey-Ferguson rose ".i to jie'.B, C'DRH LUI. io Hudson Bay Mining lo 523Vi, Gianl Yellowknife 15 ccnLs lo 50.90 and Consumers Distribu- ting to Rank dropped Pi lo S25'i, Bank of Nova Scolia 1 lo Denison '.i to S32, Great Plains Vi lo ?30'-z, Sherrilt lo flO'.j and Ranger >j to S17-r's. MONTREAL (CP) Industri- als led advances in sluggish morning trading today on the Montreal stock market. Combined volume on Ihe Montreal and Canadian slock ex eh an ges at 11 a.m. was 2110.400 shares, compared with at Ihe same lime Wednesday. On index, industries gained 1.45 to 215.114, the composite 1.03 lo 211.01 and banks .IS lo 2C0.28. Papers dipped .19 lo D0.44 and utilities .01 lo 161.70. Ucilman's jumped 2'i lo 533, Pacific Pelroleums 1 to ?33'i, Ronalds-Federated 1 lo Massey-Ferguson li lo and Toronto Dominion to Bank of Nova Scotia dropped n.i lo ?37'.u. Dome Petroleum lo fS'J'.-i, B.C. Telephone ;ii Ic and Consolidated BalhursL lo ?10rs FOR SALE Three bedroom bungalow, 815 15 SI. 5., by original owner, near shops, No. 1 bus route. Large livjngroom and spacious holl have wall 1o wall, fireplace wilh radiant, drapes and venelion blinds. Admiral air condilionur. Large bright kilchen with lot-, of cupboards. Beach el eel rie range, washer and dryer, ceiling fan. Base- ment with tile floor and third bedroom, plaster walls, oak ffoors, storms and aluminum screens, 220 wiring, culside eleclric oulleh, all wealhur carpel on fronr entrance, garage, light, heat, and al- tractive grounds. Phone 327-2359 for Appointment NEW YORK (AD Slock market prices were narrowly higher today but showed no ap- parent reaction to announce- ment Ihe U.S. RovcrnmenL's Icsdhig economic indicators registered strong gains. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was ahead -17G at 9G9.22. The highest close for the blue-chip indicator in nearly BA; Oct. unchanged 70A; Dec. not open. Barley: May unchanged IMS :KiA; July unchanged 1.09 'iD; Oct. unchanged 1.11 UA. EDMONTON (CP) age prices to 11 a.m. provided! nyC: May higher 1.02 by the Alberta Hog Producers j higher 1.03 3SB; Oct. Marketing Board: I Vz 'higher 1.03 Dec. Edmonton: 29.70, average Wednesday 29.81. Red Deer: 29.70, average Wednesday 29.70. Calgary: 29.G5, average Wednesday 29.74. Lethbridge: Nil, average Wednesday 29.79. Lloydminster: Nil, average Wednesday 29.35. Grande Prairie: Nil, average Wednesday 29.00. Fairview: Nil, average Wed- nesday nil. Fort Macleod: Nil, average Wednesday 29.75- Total hogs sold 432, total sold Wednesday average 29.77. Sows average 23.00. ODDS LENGTHEN PERTH, Australia Women who smoke are almost twice as likely to abort or give birth to a stillborn baby as non- smokers, an Australian pe- diatrics professor told a Royal College of Physicians meeting here. Prof. Leslie Slovens said the ratio of stillbirths in women who smoked was 20.9 per 1.000. The ratio in non- higher 1.02 %B. WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Wednesday (basis Lake- High Low Close Flax May 271 271 'i Jly 270'i 273 Oct 274 275' i Nov 273ri Dec 272 Rapeseed Vancouver Jun 253 2505s 252 Sep 249U 25I-vi Nov 25214 252 252 lz Jan 252 Rapeseed Thunder Ray Rlay 242 V4 240 242' 'i Jly 244 Vz 241U Oct 24378 Nov 246 Dec 247 Oats May G-l Oct Dec Barlcv May Jly Oct Rye May Jlv cents out of every dollar in B.C., began walking oil the joi) April in a bill lo a .standard pricing formula in de- termine Ihe amount IbL-y from the trees they The wildcat strike (In- in- dustry's highest-paid workers is threatening to bring work in the foj'e.sls, whid) provide jobs lui' some unionized workers. to a standslill. Already scverM hundred workers have been laid off at logging camps, .sawmills, shingle and plywood plants ;iml pulp and paper mills MOW de- pendent on a dwindling supply of logs stockpiled Ihe winter. The dispute is aKo hampering negotiations between the Ir.lor- national Woodworkers of Amer- ica and 115 coaslal fore.4 com- panies for a new master con- tract lo replace the present agreement expiring June 15. For this forest-oricntc'd cily of 25.000 on Vancouver Island, Ihc economic effects ol a prolonged strike could be as iballerinc :is the crash of Iree.s loppled by the lallers. Some men. inchidinn fallers, are employed in the loin- logging divisions, two sawmills, a shingle mill, a plywood planl and a pulp and paper mill in the area. j MacMillan Bloedel Ltd.. the largest employer in Ihe area Vim UK. province, laid off 120 Mil n al if, Kennedy Lake lop- I'.ing last week and Wiii-ned lhal some workers l.'u1 c.-iMipany's Alhe.Tii pulp mill lace layulls nexl month un- tallers returned to work quirl.ly. Crown Zcllcrlrach laid ulf l.V) men and an independent coiilr.'K lor :I5. In 1'orl Alberni, which his the per capita incomn in f'niiarh. merchants report .sales ol cars, lefrigeralors and olhcr ilcm.s are down be- cause of i he Ihrent ol mass lay. oil's and Ihe possibilily of an in- dii'-lry-widf strike after June 13. are looking but Ihey're said ona and inillworkers fac- ing layoffs arc worrierl because llii'.v'ra not eerlain whether they be clirible for unemploy- mi-'il iii'urance. Even il they !lu'ir holiday pay must be u-e.-l In-.st. About 2-i lallers, .some accom- panied by their wives, applied Im here lasl week hut furiK-fl down because they were in a labor dis- pute. Beef futures WINNIPEG beet futures close Wednesday. July 36.20A; Sep 35.25A: j Nov 32.25B. I Tuesday's volume: Four con- tracts COLUMBIA BREWING COMPANY tTD. CRESTON, B.C. DIVIDEND NO. 57 K01ICC is hereby given thai a quorlcrly dvidend of five cenls '.05o per share on the of Ih? company has been de- clcrt-d payable June 15, 1972, lo Ihe shoreholden ol record June 1, 1972. By Order of the Board. H. J. teMOlGNE Secretary-Treasurer 70 70 109': lll'i d ca. smoking women was 11.6 per Ocf Dec 10! 103 103ii 102' lOS'.'i 1003 4fh Avenue S., Letlibridge Telephone 323-4426 think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS I hold Ihe Ullo of First Secretnry o( Uie Commu- nist Party In my country. Who nm I? HOW DO YOU RATE? Tl lc> SO polnti Good. 91 In 100 polnll TOP SCORE! 61 In 70 polnli Nir. 81 In 90 polnli Eicallim. W) or Undtrt 1 I H'mml FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What should he done to reduce the number of vio lent crimes In thin country? PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 The executive council of Uie Canadian Labor Congress pave ilfi support to the three Quebec labor leaders jailed Jor contempt of court. True. or False? 2 The U.S. Department of the Interior announced that it favors a (CHOOSE ONE: trans-Alaska, trans-Canada) pipeline for transporting oil from northern Alaska. 3 Canadian conservationists have opposed a trans- Alaska oil pipeline mainly because a-the Alaskan route disturb the nesting grounds of the. Arclic bolnvhjte b-of Uie risk of spills shipping the oil from southern Alaska c-thev feel the oil should be transported en- tirely by ship from nothcni Alaska 4 The only woman holding a Rent in the House of Commons is a member of tlie New Democratic Party from Varicouver-Klngsway. What Is her name? 5 Which American presidential candidate wa recently while campaigning? shot PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take points for each word that you can match with its correct meanin ij. absorb or lake In h-to create Lhe p.ppear- 1.....cumulate 2.....assure 3.....simulate 4.....assume. niice of c-to suppose make1 certair PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Tnkp 5 points for names that you ran correctly match with theclucH. 1.....Sydney Gener-u 1......Takco Fukuria 3.....Mlkn Torrr-7. 4.....Dnn Rlockcr fi.....Kleaku Kali 5-2272 n-ilap.inf en Korelpi Minislrr h-r-rMriont n! ITT c-lnln arlor "ho pUyod HOPS o-i TV's