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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Barnyard hysteria expected Sunday Bond prices Supplied by Doherty McCnalg Limited GOVERNMENT OP CANADA BONDS 4lift Sept. 5W% Oct. 8 July Sept. '72 99.90 100.10 '75 97.00 97.50 '78 103.50 106.50 '63 SMS 81.15 EDMONTON (CP) There's likely to be a bit of hysteria in Allwrta's barn- yards Sunday morning when dawn doesn't arrive on sched- ule. The sun, which normally peeks over the 1'rairie .a: scape here at a.m. on April 30, won't lie up until a.m., much lo Ihe confu- sion o[ the roosters. Alberta joins the other prov- inces tonight in turning the clocks ahead to adopt lo day- light time. It will he the lirsl time change in Alberta in more than years. Daylight time was banned here in 194U, chiefly because 1 h c province's carly-risinri rural population was against 11. It's been a hot topic of dis- cusslon between city and country folk since, with Hie iiiral people always winning the last Au- gust. In Ihe Aug. 30 provincial el- ection voters approved day- light, lime with 206.720 votes or 62.75 per cent in favor and aeninst. lrour years earlier, the issue was lost when 240. GOO per cent of the electorate- voted against it and were in favor. Last year's vole was taken us a good indication of how the urban centres are absorb- iog people from dying rural communities. I'-AHMKRS OPPOSED Alberta farmers tradition- ally have been against day- light time because, they say, stealing an hour from morn- Ing to give to evening, upsela their operations. People In the cities, how- ever, say the extra hour of sunshine at night gives them more time to enjoy golfing, gardening and the other plea- sures of summer. One of the greatest srgu- H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker 1 LETMBHIOGE mNQStrRTE 3JMUI COUTTJ Phtsn. 344-367} menls against the time change has been lhal there's never any shortage of day- light during Alberta summers. Edmonton, just south or the province's centre, pets about 11) hours of daylight during midsummer. The norlh gels a little more, nnd the south a little less. Come June 21, the longest day ol Ihe year, the sun won't set until p.m. mountain daylj.eht time in Edmonton and it won't really be. dark until after 11 p.m. Those who favored daylight, time agree there's enough light In June. But, they say, there's been a shortage of it in early and Inte summer. GO HOME IN DAHK Sunday night, the sun would have been gone at p.m. standard lime. On Aug. 30, it would have been down at ond on Oct. 2fl, when daylight time ends, Alberlans who work D a.m. lo 5 p.m. would have been driving home In darkness. Sunrise In Edmonton this year will be a.m. on June 21, about CMC a.m. Aug. 30 and a.m. Oct. 29. For good or for bad. there'll have to be adjustments. Milk- men and farmers will have to exchange chill dawns for sunny evenings, mothers will have lo convince screaming children thai they have to po to bed when the sun's shining and drive-in thcalre operators will have to wait a little longer before rolling the projectors. Pert) 3 Scp- 15 T, Apr. 1, '75 101.00 101 53 July 1, '73 102.75 103.25 i T. Sept. 1, '92 82.50 83.00 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Mberta 8; Ontario 7 Ont Hyd 9 New Br N'fkl 8 S. 6' Quebec 7: Alberta B1 Man Hyd 8 "task IT Nfld O1 ACT 0 Man Tel 8 '90 103.00 105.00 '83 90.00 92.00 '91 107.00 lOfl.OO '30 109.00 111.Ofl '74 lOl.t'O 1M.OO '32 88.00 90.00 '74 101.00 103.1X1 'on 101.00 ton.oo '91 97.00 S1I.OO '90 103.00 107.00 '90 108.00 110.00 '7-1 102.00 104.00 102.CO 101.00 ----------------------------------------SolunJay, 11, 1972 THE lETHBRIDG! HERAID 17 Quiet trade in week INDUSTRIAL! S'.V- 9'f B3'i Alia G T Alcan B.C. For B.C. Tel Bell Tel Den Tel CP Ltd CP Ssc Cdn lllil 9V' CWNG Gulf Oil Inler P P Wa Massey Noranda 9Vi Inl Nickel N and C G V. St of Cdn 911 Tr Cdn P 5 Tr Cdn P lO '90 105.00 107.00 'ill 1C.-i.00 107.00 100.00 108.00 '91) 105.00 107.00 '79 104.50 10653 '91 107.M 103.50 '81 103.00 105.00 '90 101.00 106.00 '91 103.00 107.00 '90 103.00 107.03 '90 103.50 105.50 '95 105.00 107.00 'BO 10-1.50 10C.5'J 'SO 10500 107.00 '90 105.00 107.00 '9t 100.00 loa.oo '90 105.00 107.00 'fa loa.ofl 110.00 '90 110.00 112.00 Ily PETER LEICIINITZ Canadian Press Staff Writer Despite an encouraging flow of Improved first-quarlcr earn- ings reports and a zinc price in- crease, major Canadian slock markets remained lower In quiet trading tliis week. Analysts said a per- formance by the New York market throughout most of Ihe week was responsible for much of the decline. Some of the big- gest losers on Canadian mar- kels were issues listed on both U.S. and Canadian markets. Canadian markets recorded actional losses during Ihe first vo trading sessions of the eek. Traders attributed a linor rally Wednesday to z lild round of bargain-buying nd a stronger performance riday lo pressure from a sud- cu upswing at New York. The Toronto stock market's idustrial index, a prime inuica- or of market movement, roppec! 1.99 points during the vcek, closing Friday at 200.02. At New York, prices were liarply lower dcsoite a slrong ally Kriday. Trading was light. On the Montreal and Cana- ian stock markets, the compns- c index lost 4 points on Die -eck, closing Friday at 203.RO. Combined volume on the two xchanges was 8.19 million hares, compared with 7.G9 mil- ton lost week. Trading was quiet on the To- ronto market throughout most CONVERTIBLES Aita G T Cons Gas 51i Dynasty 7 Acklands 7Vs Seur Rain TV Cdn P WC Tr C o'.i Tr 7Vi '00 132.00 135.00 'B9 95.00 97.00 '82 97.00 102.03 'W 97.50 98.50 '83 117.00 119.00 '09 108.00 110.00 '88 100.00 I02.0f '91 123.00 132.00 Jean Jungle opens Monday The Jean Jungle, B specially shop dealing only in unisex fa- shions, will open al Centre Vil- lage Mall Monday. The Joan Jungle is operated by Jolly Joan Jungle Ltd., with headquarters in Prince GeorRe, B.C. "Up to row businessmen have nol cared lor the young people said Brian Spooner, Jean Jungle president. "The young people loday ore more cinscious (han ever." Do u n 1 s e x fashions have a good market? Sure, Brian said. And his success slory tells it. "I quit working for the gov- ernment nine mouths ago and started my own he said. Now he is opening his lif.Ui Jean Jungle store, in I, e I h- bridge. AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN Progressivo dealership handling complele line of Ford cars and (rucks, inviles applicalioni from com- petent professionals to fill vacanciei on their small, well-trained sales force. BY PROFESSIONAL, WE REFER TO A STATE OF MIND, RATHER THAN EXPERIENCE If you have o solid record ol accomplishmonf, and -art challenged by Ihe toncepl of contributing Ihe further of a 300 to 400 new car ope rail on, in excellent facilities dominate ihcir location, offer unique opporlunitiei wilh obovo average earning potential. Reply giving complete resume lo BOX 6, LETHBRiDGE HERALD CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME IJ02 2nd AVE. S. by IETHBRIDGE, AITA. McDONELL MANUFACTURING THE MOST COMPACT MOTOR HOME ON THE MARKET TODAY. 19, 22, ond 24 ft. capqcify Motor Homei THE smoothes! riding Motor Home mode today THE Home with-Ihe least noise inside while travelling THE only Motor Homo available today with the riding quality of a large automobile THE Manner of construction of the 22 ft. capacity motor Homo wilh recessed bumpers is the only Motor Home known loday twin gaucho beds ond gaucho dinette that can be lawfully parked at o parking metor of any city THIS Molor Home lias more upper cupboard ond stor- age ipaco limn most other makes CALL at our faclory ond see for yourself, (heck Ilio construction and moke comparisons TRY OUR RENTAl PLAN Other Jean Jungle stores an In Prince George, where thi Edmonton born Brian no- lives; in Qnesnel, B.C.; Granr! Prairie; ond Prince Albert East. "As H businessman, T want- to put it plainly to m a k the 27-year-old Bria sairl. ILI would not open a stor in Lethbridge it I don't thin there is a unisex clothing mar kef." The Lethbririge store will b managed by Norman Chan, 23 a recent Immigrant from Hon Kong. Norman studied fashio for two years In Paris, France All other employees will h salesgirls hired locally, Bria said, Most of the fashions Jea Jungle sells arc made in Wii nipsg. Brian said he will be im norting clothin" from Ho Kong, where Norman's falhe operates an import export con certi. Rock music, will be playei during store hours. WASTE RETURN The paper products induslr in Eastern Canada reclaims ap proximatoly n million Ion of secondary fibre annually. THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER AND WE NOW HAV1 COIORED TV For Your ConvenlQnca In Malting CALL AND ASK FOR IONC DISTANCE ZEnilh 0-7255 al no colt to you of the week with a total ol 11.50 million shares changing hands, down from 12.20 million last week. Hase metal Issues, which drifted moderately lower during the firFl four trading sessions, climbed sharply higher Friday following zinc price Increases by ceveral major Canadian pro- ducers. Three companies which In- creased their domesllc nnd U.S. ?inc Hudson Bay Mining and Noranda Sales scored strong gains Friday. DIDN'T ERASE LOSSKS On the week, however, the Rains did rot erase losses suf- fered hi earlier sessions and the Toronto market's base metal index closed Friday at 90.9.5, down .11 points. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average of 30 key blue-chin issues dronped 9.G3 pitnts during tha week, closing Friday at 954.17. Total volume on t h c New- York exchange during Ihe week was 79.29 million shares, down from SO.37 million last week. Gold issues recorded the best advances during the week. In recent weeks trading activity on international bullion markets has been active. A liigher for- eign exchange value for the Ca- nadian dollar end a steady In- crease in jjold prices have prov- ided a strong base for advances in this n.T'or of Ihe market. At Toronto, the gold index closed Friday at 179.28, up 2.09 points during the week. AI1AMJON OIL SICCTOn Western oils continued (o move downward and analysts said somo investors appear to he aliamloriine. this sector of (he markcl During the week, Ihe Toronto' market's western oil Index lost 3.01 points, ending the week at 217.73, its lowest level since Feb. 23. Total volume on the Toronto stock market during April was 411.6 million shares, a drop of 1B.1 per cent from the 62 2 mil- lion traded during the same monlli List year. Value of issues traded during the monlli was S450.5 million down from 5 million during April, 1D71. During (lie first four months of tlie year a total of 238.2 mil lion shares changed hands on the Toronlo market, an increase of !l.5 per cent from the 217.6 mitlion trading during the corre- sponding period last year. Value ot issues traded to dote this year uas up 30.4 per cent lo S2.29 billion, from billion durim: the January-April period in 1971. U.S. oil imports hike expected in few weeks WASHINGTON1 (CP) slantial Increases in crude-oil mpofts aro expected to result [rom a current review of United Stales oil policy, hut the bene- fits to Canndiyn producers prob- ably will not be substantial. The oil policy committee, n cabinet-level advisory body set up by President Nixon, met [icrc Iliis to consider in cisinu Imnorls for markets east of the Rocky known as districls I to help meet growing shortages forecast for oil .met other energy supplies. No decision was announced after the meeting and officials in the president's office of emergency preparedness, whwt director Is chairman of the com- mittee, declined Friday to say whether the policy has made a decision. However, an informed said a revised set of rules gov- erning oil Imports could be an- nounced by Picslrtcnt Nixon within a few weeks. STRANGE FISH Tlio basket star has basi- cally five arms which branch to produce- a food-capturing "net" by prey is en- tangled and parsed to Ihe ven- tral five-jawed mouth. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Great West Life. Assurance :o.. 40 cents June I, record May 16. Gull Oil Canada Ud., 15 cents Inly 1, record June 2. Chrysler Coqi., 25 cents U.S. func 10, record May 10. Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., 25 cents July 3, record June 12. Standard Brands Inc., 41.6 cents June 15, record May 15 FOOD FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY Hera fs on opporfunify lo join Hannfgan's growing ehafn of popular family restaurants Major and minor localiom In' 4 market Oreaj now open Some licensed lo sell liquor, wine end beer Currentfy 35 oulleta operating in Western Canada Participalo -through ownership or equity plans Capital requirements os low as CONTACT. Atcx K. Marketing Manager KANNIGAN'S BURGER KING CANADA ITD. 1108, Street Edmonton, Alberla Telephone (403) 488-9699 A NEW OPPORTUNITY The Bank of Montreal ll locking candidate! for a com- prehensive development program leading 10 a manage- ment position in our Branch network within 12 to 30 months THF POSITION ADMINISTRATION MANAGER rcsnonsible for Ihe routine operation of Brunch activities under supervision of Iho Branch Manager. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Demonstrated supervisory sVills wilh 1-5 years experience In ollicn management ond procedure or a lechnologual or community college diploma in Business Aciinmislralion. An interest in people and a desire lo work in a rapidly changing business. Preference will be given lo candi- date: with trust company, finance company or olfier ex- perience closely related lo banking. WE OFFER A modern management environment, with annual salary review and performance appraisal, attractive bcnefili pocVage, inlernal developmenl programs and the oppor- tunity for advancement based on domonstralcd per- For further Information, please submit full resume toi R. W. TREADWAY, ond Employee Relations Supervisor BANK OF MONTREAL 140 Eighlh Avenuo 5.W., P.O. Box 850, Calgary 1, Alberta. CrOSSWOrd By Henry V. Straka BIT OF THIS AND THAT ACROSS 1 Fiuil oT the oak 6 Facial ftfalure 10 Automobiles M Irving S. 16 Water ivfciBli 20 Sierra----- 21 Thadill 22 Fragianr rooisiotk 24 Stake everything 2CSee24-A 28 Goddejj ol Ihe dawn 29 Quiver 30 Slender 31 Military alabr. 32 33 Oriental nursa 35 Gudrun'i I usband 36 Math term 37 Groupswith common BUributei 40 Fall guys 43 Relatively man 1 Handle: Fr, 2 Silver wlmon 3 Spaniih gold; pi. 4 thro, e.g. 6 Grumbles: -45 Then: Fr. 4G Crowning glory <17 Tardy 49 Slippery fiOOIferfor 51 Likeefceach 52 Crnian peak 57 Un'u 53 Night on in.e town 69 Notched El Slant 63 Hack) 65 Sound quality 66 Kind of revolver C8 Hindu deilies 69 Formerly Pemiani Ihe Danuba 71 Gold digger! 73 Sleep 1iax 74 Hormone foi 76 Elc cal 77 fgnitifd 7B Kneecap 80 Insect tgg 81 OjllegiarYr 84 Sacred: prcf. 85 Fish uiici 07 B3 Analomical n r k 89 Mexican general 92 French body 94 Tipsy onei 9G Dice: if. 97 Physician, for sriori 98 Fine wjolin, for short 100 Giba 101 French auri 102 Lowdown 103-----school 105 Ferninina name 106 Pe.rn loavei 107 Fainl trace 103 Shell frag menu DOWN 7 Blir.tJ fidrniration B Prefaces 9 Japnnesa coin 10 Animal enclosure 11 Svveeisop 12 13 Inlormer 14 Male swam 15 Boston hockey siar 16 Daredevil Stcva 17 Death attraction 19 Narrow groove 23- -Seal 25 Pirmoun 27 to po: 30 M 'lieu o! ncton 32 FlocV 34 Misery 36 Fashioned 37 DarcB 30 FcmininB nama 39 Having no being 40 Window sections 42 Agitate 44 Obnoxioui (el lev; reeling Erin wilh Huron 114 Importuned 116 Spanish feminins nama 11B Piecei out 119 Greek 121 Ameiicvin lawmoknr 123 Purloiner 12C Cote sound 129 Mandarin orangej 131 Briliih racing driver 133 flair and now 134 Summer! 0' the Sema 135 Hi-ilrung 13B Figured f.ibnc 137 Dciiroyfin; navy abbr. 138 Rail bird 139 Egg on 'JG Forerunner 4B GluUony 51 Cocker or water S3 Solar diik: var. 55 Burdening loo heavily 5C Make merry B8 Burn jieam 59 Spiritual naiure GO nepuhlican Diagramless 21 x21, by Janet C.Flory 1 Haggard heroine 4 Point of e pfnk 5 Gaoler Caul 9 Ricochet 11 12 of SI, Agnei" 15 1C Expanie 17 Sicken 18 Woei ACROSS 20 Norse chieflain 22 Desiited 25 Johnsonian 2fiGnn 27 Color of English 35 Took cover 49 Cavlai 35 Bit ot 37 terrier 51 Giendower 33" towaicn 52 Knightly exploit E3 57 Twospot 30 Go 31 OroM (pater over me." 40 Act as go-beiween 41 Screw up the eyei 4? 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OnMno city 70 64 Henry 71 Town nea B5 Smack 7? Fndravoi 63 Co-op lypo tace? cny DOWN 1 Box 2 Madame SOI.lTrO.N9 OF LAST WEEK'S IVIERA MOTOH HOTEL 5359 Calgary Trail EHrnonlon, Albcita Phone: (403) Telex: 037-2510 C R Y P T O O 11 A M S 1. SAD OTIK ODS IK SAD E D T II R O D US TIRPYK'S OUKZ EDKOHSA SAD IUP OPUTZ IM YDEMUO, '----By Iniiin M. Fperry 3. R I C W C S H O N O R P E 0 II W G Y P N II C W T H I K E K SRPWO "HWNCYREP7. YR" AKST II W WKSZRE CQACZYROO. ----DV Virjinia J C B O N E M f. S N U C D U M M V V F O F H N M E K K DOEJ 3 V S K N M VII C V M C 11 O E V N M By Week'i Cryptopraini J. Propinquity may often promote either nolid friendship or IndillOTi-nce. Z. Modern marter clief npped menu: Put turji in fondue. 107? hy Tnhunc TO JJe.vs bjjid. I no. Woild merits Reserved ;