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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April 21, 1973 THi LEiHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Halhvay The fifth of 11 turbine- generator units at the Churchill Falls hydro-elec- tric station in Labrador has begun supplying power to Hydro-Quebec's transmis- sion and distribution sys- tem. Photo shows assembly of unit six (foreground) with five completed units in background. Bond prices APPOINTMENT Supplied by Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 5% To Oct. 1, '75 97.75 B3.75 8 July 1, '78 105.50 106.50 Sept 1, '83 80.50 81.50 Sept. 1, '82 81.00 83.00 3 To Sept. 15 Perp 39.00 41.00 April 1, '75 100.00 101.00 7V4% July 1, '75 101.50 102.50 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta '90 106.00 108.00 Ontario 7 '88 93.00 95.00 Oct Hyd 9 '94 108.00 110.00 New Br '90 108.00 110.0D Nfld 8 '74 100.00 102.00 N. S. '92 84.00 86.00 Quebec '74 10C.OO 102.00 W. R. (WARREN) HACKE James H. Baird and Co. ltd-. Customs Brokers, are pleased 1o introduce Mr. W. R. (Warren) i Hacks, whom we welcome to our firm. Warren has over 20 experience in Customs Broker- age work, in all fields of indus- try, and will represent our firm at Coutts. Phone Coutts 344-3982 or Calgary 264-3355. the RIVIERA MOTOR HOTEL Welcomes you to Edmonton To help make your stay more would like to introduce you to all our facilities. MORE PEOPLE STAY AT THE RIVIERA- BECAUSE THE RIVIERA OFFERS YOU MORE! Write or Telephone IVIERA MOTOR HOTEL 5359 CALGARY TRAIL 43-43-43-1 Alberta Man Hyd 8 Sask '90 107.00 109.00 '91 99.00 101.00 '93 108.00 108.00 Nfld 9% To '90 107.00 109.00 AGT 8 '74 101.00 103.00 Man Tel 8 '74 101.00 INDUSTRIALS Alta G T Sy4% '80 108.00 Alcan B.C. For B.C. Tel 9Vs% '91 107.00 '92 106.00 '90 108.00 '79 106.00 103.00 '89 103.00 '90 106.00 '91 106.00 '90 106.00 '90 103.00 '90 107.00 '80 106.00 Bell Tel Bell Tel CP Ltd CP Sec Cdn Util CWNG Gulf Oil Inter PP Massey Noranda 9V4% '90 106.00 Int Nickel '95 106.00 N and C G '91107.00 St of Cdn '90 106.00 Tr Cdn P 'SO 108.00 Tr Cnd P 10% '90 111.00 WC Trans '93 100.00 CONVERTIBLES Alta G T '90 145.00 Cons Gas '89 87.50 Dynasty 7 102.00 Acklaads '88 10-'i50 Scur Rain ;88 89.00 WC Tr C '88 86.00 WC Trans '91 110.00 103.00 110.00 109.00 108.00 108.00 108.00 110.00 105.00 108.00 108.00 108.00 105.00 109.00 108.00 108.00 108.00 109.00 108.00 111.00 113.00 100.50 150.00 89.50 107.00 106.50 91.00 89.00 112.00 THEALBERTA UNO SURVEYORS ASSOCIATION Exclusive fRAMOSE. OPPORTUNITY Businessman wanted who seeks high yearly income in own business with high annual potential in prestige rent-a-car business Ccasl lo coast offices in over 300 Ir-rattc atfiancc reservaV.crs. Ready wade nationwide market P! T! Powerful national advertising jn Time. Business -i. Complete training program at Thrifty Headquarters and cm 1oca1ion MO JJWIODS necessary. Successful mercharfdismg program prs'td cur local car rental mattei. Thrifty ii firsl in "near airport" car rentals Gel in on Hie p'ound T'DDT AcJ now! We'll bs hapcy to >ou ihs Jar's abDt! the matfcol. o'Jr company, !hc prcM c'ai and complete well-TOUTuJesJ program lhai will provide wild sn ttccp'iorialry tngti arnnai income. frjly a growth compariy in a aTcv.5h y. HRIFTY RENT-A-CAR for further i call cr write Bob Moulrfiv.Franc'us.c Oiretlor 260 Carl inq new Orlarm- North Amenca's Fattest Growing Car Rental System Mr. Marlin L Sexauer. of Spruce Grove, was ejected as President of the Alberta Land Surveyors Association at the 64th Annual meeting of the Association, held an Lethbridge on Apri) 5 and 6.1973.Wr.Sexauerhas been active in Association aHairs since bong commissioned as an Alberta Land Surveyor in 1967. He isapartnenn Coordinate Surveys Limited of Edmonton. Other members elected include: R JWats.cn-Vice President T P. SV.mberg DM Grant JC.Horn COUNCIL JohnOeyholos Mr. T. Ofcamura rematnson CouncilasPast President. Mr. R F. Baker as Secretary- Treasurer, and Mr. J.W. Hill andGK Allredas membprs c1 council. illiilMiliiii Markets analysts watching for upswing in business Auto prices to drop By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Canadians may be able to buy new cars in Canada cheaper before the end of this year, if present ne- gotiations on the Canada-Unit- ed States auto pact are car- ried through to a successful conclusion. The federal cabinet is con- sidering the removal of import duties on privately-owned new cars bought in the U.S., it was learned from informed sourc- es. Such a concession by the Canadian government would be part of a package deal in which the Canadian govern- ment would insist on provis- ions in the pact that would guarantee to protect existing and future Canadian jobs in the industry. If the Canadian government cannot extract such a guarantee the deal would be off. Industry, Trade and Com- merce Minister Alastair Gil- lespie confirmed in the com- mons this week that he held talks in Washington two weeks ago. He said the talks cover- ed a number of matters of mu- tual interest to Canada and the U.S. including an "exploratory exchange" concerning im- provements that mifht be made in the auto pact. He hinted that the talks in- cluded the possibility of Ca- nada agreeing to American de- mands to allow individuals to import cars into Canada from the U.S. duty free. Most cars in Canada cost up to more than in the U.S., Mr. Broadbent pointed out in an interview Thursday. He said it was his under- standing the concession would only be applicable to new cars purchased in the United States, and not "used" cars. If the proposal went into ef- fect he assumed that Canadi- an car dealers would not suf- fer a loss because the car manufacturers would lower their prices for the sale of the cars to the dealers by the ap- propriate amount. H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker -EDMONTON PHONE 424-9796 1 PHONE Kingsgate 804.424-5458 CALGARY PHONE 263-8050 I LEYHBRIDGS PHONE 328-8144 coons Home Office Ph. 344-3822 By SANDRA 1NGALSBE Canadian Press Staff Writer Gold issues on Canadian stock markets made their big- gest gains of the year in this week's four trading sessions while other sectors recorded mild advances. Trading was moderate. At Toronto, the gold index jumped 9.06 points Wednesday in response to the rising price of gold on the London market. Another increase of 6.68 points Thursday pushed the index to 259.27, up 20.07 on the week. Other sector of the market followed last week's pattern of fluctuating within a narrow range and showing selective strengths. The industrial index, consid- ered the major indicator of market trends, opened the week lower but managed moderate gains in the last two sessions. On the week, the index rose .12 to 223.82. Analysts continue to attribute lack of investor enhtusiasni to fears of inflation, higher inter- est rates and an uncertain in- ternational monetary situation. SOME EXPECT UPSWING Some observers say these fears are overstated and that the flow cfreports of higher corporate revenues, profits and dividends point to an upswing in the market. Others, however, say there is growing concern about the fate of government proposals for a cut in corporate tax rates for manufacturing and processim income. Until this is resolved they say, many investors an likely to stay on the sidelines. WANTED MANAGER FOR LETHBRIDGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE A person with ideas, vitality, personality and dedication to principles of chamber work. Persons with experience and organizational training will receive preference. Send full resume Including salary expected 1o 102, 1003 4th Ave. S. Lethbridge, Alberta Mark Letters Personal and Confidential. INSURANCE MONDAY p.m. SPECIAL Feeder Hog and Baby Calf Sales We carry Hartford Insurance on all and going from our market. Wednesday j a.m. FAT CATTLE SALES SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. WE BUY AND SELL FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS DAILY Livestock coming to FRIDAY 10 a.m. [FAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES 1 p.m. ESPECIAL STOCK CALF AND FEEDERS EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR FEEDING AND LOADING HOGS. ED FRENCH ..........328-3986 DAN KLASSEN........345-4358 KEN MILLER, MAGRATH 758-6607 LOU DEJAGER 345-4439 WHIT HENINGER......328-7354 CONSIGN All YOUR LIVESTOCK TO: C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK "In The Heart of Canada's Ronehing Country" Ph: Office 3274101 327-3986 Alberta Stockyards P.O. BOX S.S. 1-7-7, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Crossword MIXED EGGS By Sophie Fiermaa ACROSS 1 JFK's inaug- ural poet 6 Club bearer 11 Side dish 16 Pert to earth's spin 20 Music direction 21 Clay brick 22 Cracked open: arch, w 23 Pen used long before ballpoint 24 Tie at horse race 25 Travels in France 26 Subscribe for another year 27 Beguile 1128 Cromwell's advice !to 3t What's in- 32 Interjection of impatience 33 Coffeepots 34 Sharp ridge 35 Music symbol 36 Stages '38 Dullards 39 Optimistic 1 Antiaircraft fire 2 Replace stone in ring 3 Start of yam 4 Fencing stratagem 5 Indian laborer (a vast 6 Ripened 7 Embellishes SCJever maneuvers 5 Longest river in Spain 43 Hell ...fury woman 45 College cheers 46 Lend 47 JFK's successor 48 Instruction book 49 Crown: rare 50 Coquette 51 Placard 52 Coarse 53 "Black" or "Merry" 54 Noted mutiny 55 "You're when you're adored" 56 Baseball giant 57 Mine vein 58 Indian title 60 -inse (offenses) 62 Colorful boxer 63 Comes apart 65 Infant woe 67 Royal color 71 Kind of unfavorable view 72 Unretumable server 73 Marry with- out fanfare 75 A revolution- ary woman 77 Rent 78 Sign of cold SO Plexus or system 82 Amuss 84 What Goldi- locks did 85 Oscar's musical partner 87 Jail 89 Join weight- watchers 90 91 Look every- where 94 Ether 96 Moslem world 98 Catholic Mass 100 The rational mind 101 Tenderchick 102 Put down 103 Informed 104 Cereal- DOWN 10 Tries eating aoain 11 Harangues 12 Puts on guard 13 Ban-en moor 14 Assert 15 Youthful 16 Rueful one 17 Hot incident with France and U.S. 1797 18 A moon craft 19 Mute consonant 23 Climbed 29 Turns car into merry- go-round 30 Whimsical 35 Penny 37 Collections of quotes 38 Wax: comb. 39 Do gym exercise 40 Seraglio 41 Egg on 42 Swedish Nightingale 43 Small capi- tals: abbr. 105 TV detective 106 Yielded 107 Held in check 108 Expolding 110 Strips of wood 111 Follow through 112 Undiluted 113 Simmer 114 Woman's nickname 115 Rear 117 Dock worker 119 Make hasty judgment (lover's 124 It's cause 125 Gnawed away 126 Western spread 127 Trying time 128 Hints 129 Acceptor of bet 130 Atenth 131 Ball didn't tipnet 132 Shrew 133 Coasters 134 Hairnet 135 S. A. range 44 Coin of Sweden 45 Sing in Falsetto 46 Thing for accused felon 49 Apple drinks 50 Was a flop 51 Rise 53 Intertwined 54 Karate move 55 Spill beans 57 Shoestrings 59 A pain in the foot 61 Separata 21X21, by Bert Seaman ACROSS 1 Correct 6 Gator's relative 10 Island off Scotland 11 Seraglio -13 Garmwt part 14 Roman magistral! 15 Heating vessel 16 Fanner's 20 Part of a Seam 24 Cincinnati nine 25 Swiss river 2S "The bin) 27 Kind of gin 23 Asses to a baa player 30 Songbird 32 Faffing ias a 35 Pecan, for one 37 Roofing material 38 King: Fr. 39 New Haven's pride 40 Semester "I Kind of wind Sone: pref Lonely days 53 Okinawa city 57 Came down 58 Drum sound 59 Security 61 Garment 62 Observes drunkenty 65 Something kept in mind C7 Maintain boobo goddess 71 Bewildered 72 Let H stand 73 You love: latin 62 Help wanted, and others 63 Beard's 64 Storekeeper 66 Highfalutin fish canape 63 Is footloose, fancy free 69 Phrase of cor. temptation 77 Smooth and white 79 Coal scutties SO Mother of Apollo 81 Truman's town 82 Engine S3 Bang! 84 Foolish 85 Sire 86 Takes out DOWN 1 less cooked 2 Angry 3 PuTvsrire 70 French season 74 Den 76 Consider 79 Down-under bird 81 Group of eight 83 Loafed 86 Songbird 88 Coronets 90 Talking some- one out of it 91 Snooty one 32 Fuel 93 Flagrant 95 Awake and 97 Dioceses 98 Ostriches 99 Increase 101 102 Fist fight 103 Danger 105 Twitches with surprise 106 Searing irons 107 Ate fight meal 109 Ad words f 01 spectacular movia 4 at (stands 17 Somewhat 33 Get one's a chance) 18 Heraldic bearings 5 Explosive border 34 Associate 6 Cook 19 Equal 35 Metric 7 Salad 20 weights vegetables 21 Bat material 41 Corday's 8 Bay window 22 Spanish victim 9 Musical conquistador Utah city instrument 23 Knots in -35 Thing 12 Ancier.t wood 46 Persian 29 Army group 49 Medians! 16 Chess ploy 31 Strewn: her. plant 110 Becarrw forfeit 111 Spanish cloak 113 Kind of screen 114 Lone Ranger's pal 116 To tarn horses 117 Require 50 Lariats 51 Swear to Sa Maltreated 55 Customs 56 Troubles 57 Circus performers 60 Avoid 62 Headlines 63 Plate 64 Wise to 65 Bom 118 Intha manner of 119 Broadway Joe's mates 120 Russian mountains 121 Abel's brother Annapolis school Profits 63 Cease 69 Kind of dock 70 Kca'.'s serpent bride 74 Gold, for one 75 Agreed 76 "sinful spots 78 Greek god 82 Ceniral I. 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