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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stock prices dip in light trading Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal {Supplied by Doherty. McCualg Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) OuotMl TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market slipped lower in light mid- morning trading today. Industrials fell .47 to 212.98 and golds .20 to 205.97. Base metals increased .26 to 95.60 and western oils .22 to 254.39. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares, down considerably from the shares traded by the same time Friday. Communication, steel, paper and forest and food product stocks contributed to the mar- ket's decline wiiile real estate, Industrial mine, chemical and construction and material stocks were the only sectors registering increases. Declines held a wide advan- tage over advances, 116 to 79 with 195 issues unchanged. MICC Investments was olf 1 to Nova Scotia Savings Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 100 shares compared with 741 at the same time Friday. On index, papers were down 46 to 95.58, utilities .34 to 160.27, banks .20 to 272.52, the composite .18 to 220.69 and in- dustrials .12 to 229.4 5. Corpex was off 3A to and Dofasco to while Crush International was up to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change Green Coast Resources gained 60 cents to on 700 shares. to Stelco to Pennington's to and Bad Boy Vi to Food ex Systems rose M: to Labalt to Laidlow Vt to Scott Paper Vi to and Bovis Corp. 10 cents to Dynasty dropped 5 cents to Tes-Sol 2 cents to 44 cents and Kirkland Minerals IVz cents to cents. Tara Ex- ploration increased by to and Northgate 15 cents to MONTREAL (CP) All sec- tors were down in light early trading on the Montreal stock market today. a.m. WESTERN OILS Almlnex IM Alia East 7.6! Asamera 13.75 Ashland Oil Gal 11.15 BP Oil Gas Can South 7.10 Cdn Ex Gal 3.85 Cdn Homestd1 8.70 NEW YORK (AP) Prices were narrowly lower in the stock market today in slow trading. At noon the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials was off 2.86 to On the New York Stock Exchange, losing issues were ahead of gaining stocks about 7 to 4. At noon, tho New York Stock Exchange index of more than common stocks was down .20 to GO. 33. Among Canadians, Inter- national Nickel, Hudson Bay Mining and Canadian Pacific all dropped to and respectively. Alcan was olf ya to At the American Stock Ex- change, the price-change index was off .05 to 26.41. Scurry Rainbow Oil was up at Brascan was down Yi at SZHs and Neonex V4 at Cdn Ind Gas Oil RalnFcr Cdn Super 49.35 Cdn Loos Charter Chief tan Dome Gt Plains Gt Cdn Oil 'Loch lei Norlh Cdn OH Numac Pancdn Peti Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Plsce Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner 11, Total 7. Ulster i. W, Decslla t. West Pe1e 10. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqullalne Brlnco Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew 8 Cdn Pacific Inv Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Falcon Copper Genslar Home A Hutjn Russell Invest Gr F Husky ON U.25 Invest Husky 011 B Muliwl Ac Husky Oil War OS Mutual Gr F Inlcr Prov Pipe 12.25 Nal Rps Inter Prov Steel 13.75 N W Cdn 2.60 MGF Manege Pactllc Pete Sandwell 3.95 Teledyna X.30 Cdn Seed WhUe Yukon 14.50 1.14 33.00 CALGARY "S Acroll .55 Barons Oil .03 5.B5 Norirj .ov 17.75 West Warner .38 PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gas A Alia Gas Prer Alia Nat Gas Inland Mat Gat N and C Gas N and C B Pfd Pacillc Trans Gaz Metro Gaz ttetro A Trans Cda Trans Cda B Trans cda A Lulled Ac 5.M Universal Sav 8.44 Vanguard 9.42 VANCOUVER MINES A11on I Alias Explor Balh Norse Brenda Churchill Copper Croyden Davenport WC Trans Wls 72.75 Doily Varden 21.TO Dynasty 14.87'A Equltorla! 12.25 Fort Reliance 26.75 Giant Mascot Grahlo 4.95 70.00 Minerals s Primer 41.75 Pyramid 82.50 Silver Standard 12 Texmonl Trojan--------- .74 ,65 .07VL; .57 .53 -34 9.30 7.tQ 1.95 .11 6.00 30.50 37.00 24.V 26.50 MUTUAL FUNDS INDUSTRIALS A1 Cdn Com fl.74 ?.S5 BtocV Bros All Cdn Dlvld 9.56 10.45 B.C. Sugar All CtJn Vent 4.36 B.C. Sugar Pfd Amr Gr F 6.3? 7.02 Cant AGP Special 3.22 Columbia Home 0 Hurt Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil Pfd Cdn S-75 Col Mutual Cmnw Inler 15-W Cmnw Vent Corp Invest C 9.20 3.50 22.00 3.90 3.00 5.22 5.73 crestbroofc F Ind 6.92 7.62 VHys 3.10 15.05 16.S1 Key fnclust .73 8.23 9.01 Pacific W Air 23.00 6.17 A.B5 Stampede Intl Res .77 5.27 5JA OILS Both sides are unhappy New York Times Service ALGIERS The internation- al section of the Black Panther Party, which established itself here in appears to have virtually ceased operations fol- lowing an open break with the Algerian authorities. The "Revolutionary Peoples' Communications con- sisting of a telex and a tele- phone, have been cut off, ac- cording to Peter O'Neal, the 32- Mcnday, Tl, 1972 THE IETHMIDGE HHAIO 17 Engineering changes made in Chrysler's 1973 models By LAURIE GRAHAM Herald Staff Writer WfNNfPEG-Chrysler's i 1973 cars are really something to ride in and make a de- 18.50 Dreyfus F U.S. 13.00 14.25 Albany oil Gr In Shares 4.38 4.82 Plains Pete 55.25 Gr Equily 8.44 West Explor ICO .10 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m, Qiroles) Quotes) a.m. Quotes) MINES Crime in business drain on profits TORONTO (CP) Dishon- esty by employees is so wide- spread and lucrative that it constitutes the biggest drain on Industry's profits and results in higher prices to the consumer, Norman Jaspan, president of a New York management engin- eering firm, says. Mr. Jaspan said because of crime in business, the construc- tion industry in the United States increases its cost esti- mates by eight per cent just to offset the anticipated losses. "Employees are basically honest at the beginning, he said, but the workplace "be- comes a school for Mr. Jaspan, speaking at the annual crime-in-industry semi- nar held in co-operation with the Ontario Police Commission, said dishonesty by hospital em- ployees is a factor in higher hospital costs. He said the theft of supplies, equipment, food, drugs and narcotics by hospital employees has reached dangerous heights. In industry, he said, millions of dollars are lost because of cheating on the incentive plan, yield manipulations, falsified reports, excessive waste, sabo- tage, kickbacks, destruction of records and theft of confiden- tial information. To combat crime, Mr. Jaspan said some executives have re- sorted to using lie detector tests, closed circuit television and security police. Acme Advocate Asb. AkaMcho Droulart Belhtehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Chlmo Central Pal. Cofiwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Coclien our cralgmonr DIckerison Mines Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Ekfona Dome Mines Donarda Discovery Mines East Malartk East Sullivan Falconbrltfgo Frobex First Marlllmej Olant Y.K. BoVlS Granduc Headway R.L. Hollijiger .35 1.51 3.95 1.50 1JS 6.50 1.75 Noranda Norihgate Norlox Oifsko Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp, Quebec Man Rayrock Radloro RJo Algom Roman Corp. SficrrMt Gordon Silver Miller Sleep Rock 39.50 6.00 .25 7.65 ______ 2.60 Upper Canada 32. im Western Mines _.__ Wright Hargreaves 1.15 Wlllroy 1.30 .34 .50 7.4B 2.30 3.70 S.SO 41.00 Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGARY CCP) lieceipts at tho Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m. totalled 300 head, mainly slaughter cattle. Trade was fairly active. Slaughter steers and heifers were mostly over finisher! kinds, lacking condition, with prices steady and no strictly choice offered. Cows were mainly medium and can- ner kinds with all grades sell- ing steady. Bulls were fully steady with sales to 30.40. Good to low choice slaughter steers 31 to 32.80, medium 30 to 31. Good heifers 28.75 to 30, medium 27.75 to 28.75. Good cows 23.50 to 26.40, medium 23.50 to 23.25, canners and cut- ters 19 to 23. Good bulls 28 to 30. Replacement cattle were scarce, mostly yearling hellers 650 to 750 pounds at steady prices. A few stock steer calves ivere steady. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 32.50 to 34.30. Good feeder heifers 31 to 34.10. Good stock steers calves 45 to 53. No hogs sold. CARDIAC PRESS I SNOT A PUBLISHING CQMPANfOE- VOTEO TO HEART PJWBi.6Vfi, BUT A REAL HAND PRESS TOMASSA6E A PATIENirs HEART. THE PATIENT 15 PLACED UNDERTHE PLUNGER AND INTERMrTTENT PRES- SURE IS APPLIEDTDTHE CHEST BY A HANDLE, Macleod Livestock PORT JIACLEOD There were 981 cattle and calves sold this week at the Fort Macleod Auction Market. Slaughter classes remained steady on steers and heifers, however cows were 75 cents to higher. Stoeker and feeder steers and heifers sold stronger with stock- er calves steady. Hudson Bay M-S 22.25 Hydra Fx. Iron Bay Iso Joliet Quebec Kerr Add i son Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langls Silver AAadsen R.L. Malartlc G.F. Marlfn AlcNeely MaclnJyra Mela rVildrlm Intern Mogul Nu West Homes New Atfcona Calumet W. Horse Copper 72.00 Windfall YellowXntfe Bear 2enmac INDUSTRIALS Ablllhl Alcan Steel Atco Ind Atlantic Sugf Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel ,20 Burns 3.40 B.C. Sugar l.M Bow Val Ind .22 CAE Ind Cdn Brew .20V? Chemcell 39-50 Col Cell 3.25 Calgary Power .05 Coron Credit .58 Gas Pfd 11.50 1.05 Cdn tnd ]6.7S .13 Crfn Marconi Cdn Vfckers .11 Chrysler .15 C.P.R, Cons Balh 9.50 Cons Gas 14 DM Seaprams Dom Bridge Dorntar 5.55 Dom Text! Dom Slores Dome Pels DoFasco .21 Cable 31.42W Grt Cdn Oil 42.50 Gen Mofori 2.95 Grr Lakes Pp .11 Gulf Oil Cda 1.04 Greyhound .32 Hawker Sid Hur Erie 7.50 Hiram Walker Imp O11 Imasca 1.92 Int Nickef 5.00 rnt Pipe .43 Inv Grp A 2.67 Int UNI 3.05 Ind Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A 16.00 26.75 21.25 7.75 78.2J year-old leader of the group since Eldridge Cleaver offici- ally left it last January. Although refusing all com- ment, Algerian officials are be- lieved to be anxious to see Cleaver and Uie panthers leave but do not wish to force them out. On their side, the.Ameri- cans, who are also avoiding statements, are believed to be eager to leave but not sure where to go. The result Is a kind of Im- passe, which is expected to last for a considerable lime. The break came, actually, after a long period of incom- patability. The panthers are be- lieved to have run up huge telex and telephone bills through frequent international calls, which Is perhaps the major reason why the service was suspended. And they have also adopted a flamboyant, noisy and aggressive life style that has reportedly not gone down well with most Algerians. These strains reached the breaking point with the arrival here in June and August of two groups of airline hijackers from the United States. One brought and the other mil- lion in cash. Despite pleas by Cleaver and the hijackers to keep the money, it was returned to the airlines by the Algerian government. cision if you're going to pur- chase a new vehicle this year. The company slogan is "ex- tra care in engineering makes a difference." And that's just what they have done. But you I "there are pressures within have to see their new line of cars, get behind the wheel, and I'm sure you will be convinced they will be hard to beat. J. E. Elliot, director of engi- neering, quality and vehicle safety, at this years annual model national news confer- ence said, in outlining the com' pany's advances on all models, Business Spotlight Pre-tax profits figures revised .10% Lceb 4.10 Massey Ferg ,11 McMillan Bloe Afloore Corp 10.50 23 Norlh 8. Cei Power dorp 13.00 Price Co e.25 Rolhmans TIM St. Law Corp Shell CDA 20.B7V1 Simpson's JJ.50 Simp Sears or CdJ 22.00 Selkirk A 34.50 Texaco a.62'A Traders Grp A 7.B7V2 Trans M1n Pp 3.60 Trans Cda Pp Union Gas Union OH Versatile MFg Westeel Union Car Weslon's B Woodward's A Wesr Cdn Scerf H.1SV4 Zenith Etec 16.62W BANKS Cdn Imp 37.EO Monlreal 33.M Nova Scolla 15.30 Royal 2S.75 Tor-Dom 26.50 1.6S .75 10.75 30.00 8.00 3.EO 17.37V, 2J.37'A 2P.B7W 29.B7to 12.25 12.75 10.62W 21.25 20.00 4S.25 28.CW 39.50 35.0) 26.00 54.00 20.1 2'A 23.25 4S.1S 13.25 46.00 7.1 21.00 22.25 23.00 6.50 315 38.12ft 3i.25 Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) All com- modities were lower on moder- ate trading at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Only September Vancouver rapeseed was above previous close levels, moving cent higher. Other rapeseed futures were lower on relatively quiet trading. B'lax was as much as Neiv Yorfe stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Amr T and T Anaconda Belh Sice! Chrysler Ctrmsat Dupont G M Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Copper------------------------- Mongomery 23.50 20 Indus! off .45 Voluma 44.W? Sears 20 Golds 206.62 up .45 18.37W SW Oil Of N.J. 60.75 10 Base 95.67 up -M 29.E7Vj Texas Gulf M7.61Vx IS Oils ofl .24 31.M Texas Co J4.f7Vi Volume M8.000 Wlckcs Corp 26.75 NEW YORK AVERAGES Woolworth 37.371'j 3D Indus! 955.M off ?.8I 74.S7IA E1ec 41.00 2B Rafls 334.71 off 1.16 2J.75 U.S. Sfeet 20.00 37.00 Gen Tel Elec 28.41 IS Ulirillci 110.24 off .23 31.00 ten ici fciec TORONTO AVERAGES 313.25 off Concession made in new peace bid SAIGON (AP) The Viet Cong issued a new peace state- ment today, saying it is "pre- pared to accept a provisional government of national concord :hat shall be dominated by nei- :her side." United States sources in Sai- gon interpreted this a con- cession that neither side can the war militarily. But Viet Low choice steers 32.00 32.50; choice heifers 29.00 29.70; good and overfat heifers 27.00 to 23.75. Good slaughter cows 25.00 to 20.50; with heiferettes to 27.00; 28.00 to 24.75; bulls 28.00 to bulls 25.00 to medium cows good bologna 20.50; medium 27.00. Good heavy feeder steers 33.00 to 36.00; good stacker steers (650 to 735 pounds) 43.00 to 44.50; medium stocker steers 38.00 to 41.50. Good feeder heifers 29.00 to 30.50; good stocker heifers 34.50 to 37.20; good steer calves 47.50 fo 53.00; good heifer calves 37.00 to 40.00; medium to good bred cows to 280.00. PISA LEANS MORE PISA, Italy (neuter) The leaning tower of Pisa leaned over a little more Saturday as a mild earthquake shook a wide area of western Tuscany. Tho medieval bell-tower's summit is listing more than 13 feet from vertical, and experts havo warned that one day it will col- lapse altogether. No damage or injury was reported from af- fected areas. Cong and spokesman North Vietnamese have said repeat- edly in the public con- sumption, at tlw coalition government they pro- posed would be a coalition of equals, with nine of the fac- tions dominating. The Viet Cong termed tho three-page declaration "an im- portant statement on ending tlio war in Vietnam and restoring peace." But at first reading it appeared to be no more than a New ambassador MEXICO CITY (AP) The new Canadian ambassador, Maurice Schwarzmann, was ac- credited here to the Mexican government In a ceremony at the presidential palace. reiteration of previous Commu- nist peace demands. Once again it called on the [Jnited States to withdraw all its troops frorr Vietnam, to stop supporting the regime of President Nguyen Van Thieu, and to halt the bombing and mining of North Vietnam. WON'T BE IMPOSED' "Should the U.S. government really respect the South Viet- namese people's right self- determination and seriously negotiate to peacefully settle the South Vietnam the statement said, "the Provi- sional Revolutionary Govern- ment of the Republic of South Vietnam is prepared to reach agreements to the effect that neither a Communist regime nor a U.S.-slooge regime shall be imposed on South Vietnam." "It is prepared to accept a provisional government of na- DEAN BACK ON JOB NEW YORK (AP) Henry S. Coleman, dean of students at Columbia College, has returned to his job, 1V4 months after he was shot six times by a dis- gruntled student. Police said they still were searching for the alleged assailant, Eldridge McKinney, who was seeking re- instatement fo the college when tho shooting occurred. McKin- ney had been poor grades. suspended for cents lower, also on light activ- ity. Oats and barley were frac- tionally to 1% lower on some domestic shipper buying and rye had a fairly good trade with prices fractionally lower. Friday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, 000 of rye and of rape- seed. Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct. lower 3.15KB; Nov. IVt lower 3.15B; Dec. Wt lower May 2 lower 3.15V1B. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. higher Nov. 114 lower Jan. IK lower 2.60A; March lower Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. IVi lower 2.44 Nov. 1'A low- er Dec. unchanged May 1% lower 2.4814B. Oats: Oct. unchanged 793AA; Dec. lower May Vi lower 8114 A; July low- er Barley: Oct. 1% lower 1.5TO; Dec. 1% lower l.Zl; May 114 lower 1.251s; July not open. Rye: Oct. lower J.15y4B; Dec. fe lower l.miB; May lower 1.22WB; July T's lower OTTAWA (CP) Statistics Canada has made an upward revision in its estimates of pre- tax corporation profits for this year. The statistics bureau's na- tional income and expenditure accounts originally showed cor- poration profits before taxes running at about billion for the year, based on the record of the first three months. It now has revised that figure upward to billion and es- timates that in the second quar- ter of the year corporate profits ran at an annual rate of billion. The latest figures would put pre-tax profits up by 13.4 per cent over last year's final esti- mate of about billion. They mean that corporation profits now amount to slightly more than 10 per cent of the gross national product, com- pared with, about 9.7 per cent last year. PROFITS RECOVER The latest figures also show the extent fo which business profits have recovered, and on to greater heights, from the pe- riod in 1970 and 1971 when they were under a tight squeeze as a result of the government's anti inflation efforts. When Uie prices and incomes commission under Dr. John Young was at the peak of Its activity it obtained the agree- ment of business to limit price increases to something clearly less than cost increases. The squeeze cams on profits during 1970 and into 1971. The seasonally-adjusted an nual rate of pre-tax profits hac run to about billion early ir 19G9, and by the end of 1970 ha been cut by more than bil lic-n to billion. Profits covered quickly when the K straint ended at the start c 1971. Growth in the last si months has continued, but at slower rate. TAXES PAID When corporation profit rose, of course, corporatio liabilities for taxes also rose. The national accounts sho tional concord that shall dominated by neither side.' be Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds up 1-16 at 7-16. Pound sterling up Vs to 13- 16. NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar down 14 at in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 1-16 at 41-64. RECOGNIZE VIET CONG SANTIAGO (AP) Chile has recognized 'he Viet Cong as the government of South Viet- nam. Want capital punishment ban to Le continued GRANBY, Que. (CP) Que- bec police chiefs say the fed- eral government's ban on capi- tal punishment should be con- tinued and interested groups make formal recommendations on the subject. The chiefs meeting at a two- day symposium that ended to- day in this community 30 miles southeast of Montreal, recom- mended that the five-year mor- atorium on the death penalty bo extended beyond Its Decem- ber expiry date. Current policy permits the death penalty only for those convicted of killing a policeman or jail official. "It's much (oo Important a subject to be treated either lightly and on a rush said Police Director Gerard Gi- roux of Chicoiifimi. "Policemen are not the only ones interested In either the abolition or retention of the death said Mr. Gl- roux, serving his second term as president of the Quebec Po- lice Chiefs' Association. The Quebec asociation plans to follow the lead of the Cana- dian Association of Police Chiefs in appointing a special committee to study capital pun- ishment that direct taxes paid by pr vate corporations and by go emment business enterprise. to all levels of government, t tailed about billion la. year. In the first quarter of th year they were estimated have been running at an annu. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Ave age prices to 11 a.m. providi by the Alberta Hog Produce Marketing Board: Edmonton: 35.75, averai Friday, 35.79. Red Deer: Friday, 35.59. Calgary: No Friday, 35.46. Lcthbridge: Friday, 35.65. Lloydminster: No sales today or Friday. Fort Macleod: No sales today or Friday. Grande Prairie: No sales to- day or Friday. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m., Total Friday, aver- age 35.66. Sow price today 35.70, averaj sales, avera 35.70, a v era te of about billion. Statis- :s Canada now has revised at figure up slightly to say ey ran to almost billion, ised on second-quarter esti- ates. In other words, corporate di- ect-tax payments this year are tinning more than 11 per cent gher than last year, and cor- orations now contribute al- ost eight per cent to total rev- enues of all governments, com- ared ear. with 7.7 per cent last Protest wheat prices TOKYO (Renter) Japan as protested to Canada, the Jnited States and Australia bout the recent sharp increase a the prices of wheat offered o her by the world's three ma- or wheat exporters, Japanese ood agency sources said today. They said the Increase in yheat prices, attributed to ac- ive purchases by the Soviet Union, ignored the position of a buyer such BS Ja- 3an, which imports wheat on a table basis. The food agency, which ban- lies most of Japan's wheat im- has bought no wheat hrough its weekly tenders since Aug. 24, the sources said. At the weekly wheat import ender last week there were no offers from shippers of the .liree countries, who refused to respond to the price ideas made known by the agency, the sources said. auto industry for quieter can ami we have increased our en- gineering effort to this end. 'For 1973 all of our Interms- diate models will feature an iso- lated suspension and power train syslem." (The same engi- neering principles are used in Chrysler's full sized He said an Isolated front crossmembcr has been devel- oped to carry the front suspen- sion and power (engine) plant. This new system is designed to minimize noise transmitted to the passenger compartment from the road and power train. On exterior vehicle noisa level, Mr. Elliot said "our new models exhaust systems have been modiiied to meet new re- quirements in the government vehicle noise legislation." The 1973 cars will also fea- ture the new electronic security alarm syslem in the larger make of cars. Another first in the industry is a new digital electronic clock which is accu- rate to within one minute per month. But that's not all. Other new features include: Improved windshield wiper blades for all models. High speed starter motors to provide quicker starts. Availability o! steel belted radial tires as production op- tions on intermediate models and on the Plymouth, Dodga and Chrysler carlines. On V a 1 i a R t Duster and Dart sport models, there is an offer of an optional fold-down rear seat which provides a six- and-on-half-foot-long storage back and trunk lid. These models are also avail- able with an optional electronic backlight defroster. A new lower cost manual sliding metal sun roof is also available as an option on most compact and Intermediate mod- els. There are also many more subtle changes In all areas In the new models, Including the application of new materials and manufacturing processes, in addition to design changes to improve service ability, reli- ability and durability. Retiring Grit gets new post OTTAWA (CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp has announced the appointment of a retiring Liberal member of Parliament as consul-general in New Orleans, Jean-Charles Cantln, MP for Quebec constituencies since 1962, will fake over the post from Pierre Asselm In October. Mr. Asselm has been appointed ambassador to Cameroon. Girysler sales show increase WINNIPEG (Staff) Com- bined retail deliveries of Chrysler built passenger cars and trucks by the Company's dealers in August established an all-time record for the month and an increase of 37.9 per cent over the same month a year ago, Ron W. Todgham, President, said here. Previous combined record for August was in 1968. Sales of Imperial, Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth passenger cars were and Dodge-Far- go trucks sales were It was the fifth consecutive record month for car sales and the tenth consecutive record month for truck sales, Mr. Todgham said. For January through August, retail car deliveries totalled an Increase of 16.6 per cent over the same period a year ago. Truck sales for the same pe- riod wera up 52.8 per cent, compared to last year. 26.15. NURSE NURSE AlBESTA HOSPITAL ClARESHOtM. Assists charge nurjej In operation of wards ond assumes ward cha-ge responsibility as required. Eligible for A.A.R.N. or P.N.A.A. rcgfslrolionj related experience an osset. Salary 1o per monlh, ilorting salary dependent upon experience. Closci Sept. 20, 1972. Competilion Number P176-C-2. Apply: GOVERNMENT OF AtBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING 96 AVENUE and 106 STREET EDMONTON, TSK 2CI ACCOUNTANT A position of immediate challenge and excellent future is offered by PanCanadian Petroleum Limited, a major Canadian Exploration and Production Company. To qualify, candidates will be C.A. Graduatei with up to two years' experience. While a knowledge of the petroleum industry is desirable, more emphasis is placed on the ability to communicate both orally and in writing. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. For personal interview, reply In confidenco stating details of education, experience, salary history and personal data to: PanGanadian Petroleum Limited P.O. Box 2850 Calgary T2P OSS Manager, Employee) Relation! ;