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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I Bond prices Investors see opportunity1 Supplied by L A Solurdoy, Aplll 8, 197? THE IE7HBRIDGE HERAlD 21 Chrysler sues for car Justice system charges studied j Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Kept. 1, '72 99.90 Oct. 1, '7ft 97.00 97.50 Jul. 1, '78 105.50 106.00 Sept. 79.37% 79.C2V2 Sep. 15 -10.00 42.00 1, '75 100.76 EDMONTON (CP) Charges by a university scientist Uiat Al- berta has one of the most puni- tive justice systems in Is'orth America are to he closely scru- tinized by the government, At- torney-General Merv I, e 11 c h said Friday night. The minister told the legisla- ture the charges are "very seri- ous" and changes will be made if z study shows them to be nec- He said the analysis of statis- tics in his 190-page report shows that 60 per cent of the people sent to jail in Alberta are serv- ing less than 30 days, and 80 per cent are serving less than 60 days. A man sentenced to 30 days would servo only 23 days, as he automatically gets time taken off his sentence once he enters the jail. "Little can be done to rehahil- Pcrp. 3 Ann Jul. Sept. 1. '75 102.00 102.50 '92 R1.75 84.75 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF GUARANTEED BONDS IIy PKTEIl LEICHNITX Canadian Press Stalf Writer Four consecutive o[ de- cline ended on most major Ca- nadian stock markets this week as many investors returned 'lines and the rally held through I Stock Exchange recorded one ot to the end oE the week. In Toronto, the industrial index, a major indicatior ol market movement, climbed 3.71 points during the week, closing Fridav at 201.45. after a lengthy absence and! jn NCW recorded pushed prices sharply higher in s( advances, erasing losses active trading. Market-? were generally lower and trading light Monday and Building Wednesday brought investors Alberta '90 104.00 105.00 I into the market from the sirle- Ontario 7 '88 91.00 93.00 Onl. Hyd 9 'ou ve said the attorney-general, "but they emphasize the need fori thorough study before conclu- sions may be evaluated.1' The attorney-general did not specify what form the examina- tion of the Matthews report would take, 10 YEARS BEHIND TIMES Dr. Matthews told a news con- ference Friday that Alberta's provincial judges arc 10 years behind the times. The tendency In the rest of Alts. G T 9''4r" '90 107.50 103.50 107.00 '90 108.00 110.00 '74 105.001 OTTAWA (CP) Construe- 103.00 105.001 started oil new houses and apartment units in March, 4G.3 per cent more than March last year, Cenlral Alcan B.C. For KM B.C. Tel Bell Tel Bell Tel. Ltd Sec Convention spendi illegal ng Cdn. Util CWNG Gulf Oil P P Massey Noranda S'.iTe I nt Nickel 9Vi% N and C G St of Cdji. 9Vi% Tr Cdn P Tr. Cdn. P 10% '91 106.00 103.00 '92 107.00 109.00 '93 106.00 108.CO '79 107.00 109.00 '93 108.W 110.60 'E9 104.00 10C.OO '90 105.00 107.00 '91 105.00 108.00 '90 107.00 109.00 '90 104.50 106.50 '90 108.50 108.50 '80 104.50 106.50 '90 107.00 109.00 '90 106.00 108.00 '91 109.00 '90 106.00 107.00 '90 109.00 '90 110.00 112.00 shares, compared 4.82 mil- lion last week. However, all Ca- nadian and U.S. markets were closed Friday, March 31. Analysts said Wednesday's tatlv was a result of a hectic round of "bargain-buving" with metal issues continued Investors purchasing" i ss u e s lose which had been oversold during early in the year. the meets' month-long de-1 Trading on the Toronto mar- ket was slow early in the week. Housing Corp. re, the rnarket recorded its lightest volume since Jan. 3, CONVERTIBLES ported Friday. The federal said the figures for major urban housing agency only 40 miiijon shares base metal producers. One analyst said "some tors are leaving this sector of the market in anticipation ol poor first-quarter earnings re- centrcs of 10.000 population and I 3 "foUJ of million shares ports." During the week the To- ronto stock market's base metal index was off .34 points, closing Friday at 96.46. more represented housing construction rate of for all Canada, down Canada had been to move away from the use of incarceration, and to use probation or sus- pended sentences instead, he said. Incarceration has been Justi- fied as an opportunity to reha- bilitate a man, "but it's not jus- tified In Alberta." IN EDMONTON Sfay At the RIVIERA THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER AND WE NOW HAVE COIORED TV For Your Convenience in Making CALL AND ASK FOR LONG DISTANCE ZEmth 0-7255 nl to IVIERA MOTOH HOTEL 5359 Colgary Trail Edmonton, AlbeMa Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2510 HELENA, Mont. (AP) The Montana Supreme Court Friday was asked to prevent further ipending of public money by a constitutional convention com- mittee to publicize a proposed constitution. State legislator Oscar Kvaa- len filed the request through his attorney. He takes the position that the spending ot funds by a conven- tion that already has adjourn- ed Is illegal. Nearly in state and federal funds had been set aside by constitutional convention del- egates for publicizing the pro- posed document. Kvaalen said if such spending is legal then the money should be equally split between sup- porters and opponents ot tho new constitution. Alta G T Cons Gas Dynasty 7 r .cklands Scur Rain 7V41 Cdn P 5 VC Tr C VC Tr !Vic. '90 133.00 136.00 LEADS OFFENTJEIiS COLOGNE (Reuter) Col- ogne has the most parking of- fenders in West Germany, with fines imposed a year. Frankfurt in next with followed by Dusseldorf with H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker COUTTS 34S-3BJ '89 '82 '83 95.00 91.00 97.00 96.00 96.50 97.50 '88 90.00 92.00 '89 104.00 106.00 '88 101.00 103.00 '91 132.00 135.00 slightly from the rale es- tablished in February, Both single, detached houses and multiple structures apart- ments and row-housing con- tributed to the March increase this year over last year, said. Single-house construction activity was up 71.1 per cent, and multiples up 38.5 per cent. For the first three months of 1972, construction activity at the rate of units a year. This was well above the rates estahlishert in the third quarter of 1971, and in the last three months of 1971, annual! changed hands, up from 6.93 million last week. Gold issues dropped moder- ALCIIOLIC I Statistics show the United States has the world's highest i incidence of alcoholism. ately as a result of a lower for- eign exchange rate for the Ca- nadian dollar and a market re- duction in trading on interna- tional bullion markets. The gold index on the Toronto stock market fell 2.02 points during (he five sessions, closing Friday at 175.32. On Wall Street, the New York Thieves specioliie GOLDACH CReuter) Srfss police have broken up a gang ol I 12 thieves aged between 10 and j I.T who organized themselves into three specializ- j I ing in petty theft, another in stealing motorcycles and the third in disposing of stolen prop- ert3r. WANTED EXPERIENCED SALES CONSULTANTS for RESIDENTIAL SALES INCENTIVE PROGRAM BASED ON MONTHLY SAIE5 All inquiries held in strictest confidents -AISO REQUIRED- AN EXPERIENCED INSURANCE STENOGRAPHER Apply In person or write MR. D. LOGAN TAIT or MR. H. HAROID FOX AGENCIES LTD. rgesf Realtors" Phone 328-3331 "One of South Alherta'i La COLLEGE MALL Box 1236 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES TERRITORY MANAGER Required By WHIT! COCKSHUTT FARM EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS OF COCKSHUTT, M. MOLINE, AND OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT We offer excellent wlary, plus incentive bonus plui full company henefili. Mechanical aptiludo and farming background with rclaled idles experience an asset. SEND COMPLETE RESUME TO: BOX 1120, CALGARY, ALBERTA theft at Vancouver VANCOUVER (CP1 Police j were investigating Friday the theft of more than in cash and negotiable securities' from a delivery truck. Police said a Canadian Cour- ier Services Ltd. driver picked up a bag containing cash and nearly in securities from Intercontinental Packers Ltd. The driver said he made two deliveries before discovering the bag was missing. CrOSSWOrd By Akin Ashby BRAIN TEASER ACROSS strikin 15 Mixture nf diffeiim thinqs 22 Amnutl 73 Grassland 24 Febrile noil 25 26 Activist 27 Lose shapr 28 YorVe'S in -44 North 45 Elirabtth and Mary 46 Collect for oneself 47 Rf.vive irt mernorv Rudely 67 Drive down wiih light 6S ttateiman 69 r.tade into thin sheet! 70 71 PACI- 72 Proceed) ot 74 P'ar.t having lour 29 Br. nto ByGene Fawcetla IS THERE ANOTHER PLANET j BETWEEN MERCURV AND THE SUN? AN ASTRONOMERj AFTE R' CAREFUL OF! PHOTOSTAKEM OIWNS RECENT SOIAR FOUND A NUMBER OF MYSTERIOUS TRACKS THAT SEEM TO INDICATE SOME CELESTIAL BCCYQRBfTINS THE H free booklet to answer your questions about Hnnuities There a lime in most men's lives when a in- come is more important than the hope of capital gain. And that's exactly what annuities from Manufacturers t-ife Tbey provide an automatic, guaranteed income for life. People have aikcd vis many questions about annuities hi put. Tmpc runt questions such as: Can I arrange for some of tha money to he returned to my estate if T die early? Is there an annuity that will iransfer the income to my wife if she me? How do annuities affect my income tax? Is an annuity a practical way of supplements Canada Pension Plan and other retirement income? To provide you wiih the we have published an rcad, easy-to-undersiand booklet called "Annuities ihe key (o a golden age." It's yours for ihe asking, without obligation. Just till in and return itie coupon below. And if you would liVe to discuss annuities with someone, you couldn't find a better person 10 talk to than the Man from Manufacturers. MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANTS COMPANY 402 PROFESSIONAL BIDS. (E. Entrance) Phone: 327-5514 323-405! 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