Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mv me UICIB Bond prices Bread cheaper in Soviet Union Supplied by Doherty McCuaig Limited fOVBRNMBNT OF CANADA Oct. '75 95.73 96.75 J July '78 101.00 102.00 Sept. '83 78.00 78.50 Sept. '92 75.50 77.50 Texas firm big time shareholder NEW YORK The top stockholders of a Texas forest products company have gained a major interest in Time approved by the shareholders of the two companies. Under the an- nounced Feb. 15 and approved shareholders of Temple Industries of receive half a share of Time common stock for each of the approximately 6.2 million Temple common shares out- standing. The exchange gives Temple holders an aggregate interest of about 15 per cent of Time. Two Temple Ar- thur Temple and W. Temple chairman of the execu- tive have seats on ths Time board of is being expanded from 13 to 15 members. In the merger expands Time's interest in the forest products business. Inc. of a Time sub- sidiary since produces paperboard. PUBLIC AFFAIRS BUREAU APPOINTMENT W. CARL EGAN The Alberta Public Affairs Bureau and the Queen's Printer announce the appointment of W. Carl Egan as Southern Alberta Representative for the Queen's Printer. He brings to this new post more than twenty-five years of public-relations and printing industry experience in Southern Alberta. Mr. Egan's office is located In the J. J. Bowlen Provincial Calgary. 3 Sept. 15 Perp 37.00 39.00 April '75 98.50 9P.50 July '75 99.50 100.50 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta '90 102.50 104.50 Ontario 7 '88 87.50 89.00 Ont Hyd 9 '94 103.50 105.50 '90 105.00 107.00 74 99.00 101.00 '92 99.50 100.50 '74 99.00 101.00 '90 103.00 105.00 '91 98.00100.00 'SO 101.50 103.50 '90 105.00 107.00 '74 99.50 100.50 8 New Br Nnd N. S. Quebec Alberta Man Hyd 8 Sask Nfld AGT 8 Man Tel 8 '74 99.50 100.50 INDUSTRIALS Alta G T '90 103.00 105.00 Alcan '91 103.00 105.00 '92 103.00 105.00 '90 102.00 104.00 '79 102.00 104.00 '93 104.00 106.00 '89 100.00 102.00 '90 104.00 106.00 '91 105.00 107.00 '90 108.00 108.00 B.C. For B. C. Tel Bell Tel Bell Tel CP Ltd CP Sec Cdn Util C W N G Gulf Oil '90 102.00 104.00 Inter P P -90 103.00 105.00 Massey '80 104.00 106.00 Noranda '90 103.00 105.00 Int Nickel '90 101.50 103.50 N and C G '91 104.00 106.00 '90 103.00 105.00 '90 105.00 107.00 '90 106.00 108.00 '93 95.00 96.00 CONVERTIBLES Alta G T '90 128.00 138.00 Cons Gas '89 80.00 83.00 Dynasty 7 '82 103.00 Acklands '88 99.00 101.00 Scur Rain '88 92.00 94.00 WC Tr C '88 72.00 74.00 WC Tr '91 96.00 99.00 St of Cdn Tr Cdn P Tr Cdn P W CTr NATIVE TREES Four species of poplar trees are native to as- the balsam the large-toothed aspen and the cot- ton wood. 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 Write or Telephone IVIERA MOTOR HOTEL 5359 CALGARY TRAIL 43-43-43-1 WANTED FIRST CLASS STATIONARY ENGINEER FOR ALBERTA GAS CHEMICALS LTD. Now constructing a 600 ton per day Methanol plant in Medicine Hat. Second class engineers qualifying for temporary first class permit will also be considered. CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419-7th St. S. Phone 327-8535 By THEODORE SHABAD New York Times Service MOSCOW While American housewives are paying higher prices in neighborhood baker- Russian bread remains one of the biggest consumer bar- gains in the Soviet Union. Moscow who poke a large brown two-pound loaf for freshness and then pay as little as 16 kopecks for are unlikely to suspect that it may have been enriched with American flour. The Soviet government pur- chased 28 million tons of grain last much of it in the United after a Di- sastrous harvest had lowered stockpiles and threatened a shortage of bread and livestock feed. But the Russian who still enjoys 'his frag- rant bread at low government- fixed can hardly be blamed for his ignorance. News of the purchases has been carefully shielded from him in the press with only some spe- cialized like ship- ping making occa- sional reference to unloading of American grain in Soviet ports. The imports were channeled into the government control- led distribution network and into stockpiles without pub- and it is difficult for an outsider to judge what portion of the wheat supply comes from the United States. There has been no visible evidence here to support some American charges that the So- viet Union is stockpiling grain at the expense of the United States. Soviet stockpiling oper- ations relating to grain and strategic materials are among the most tightly guarded se- crets in this security bound nation. Soviet censorship on the grain which have been Firm pays record setil PHILADELPHIA One of ths biggest private anti-trust settlements in million plus nounced here Thursday. The money will be paid by six gypsum companies that settled out of court this month rather than aface a civil trial on price- fixing charges. The two largest National Gypsum Co. of Buffalo and U.S. Gypsum Co. of Chi- agreed last Saturday to pay a total of million. To- gether they control more than 50 per cent of the U.S. gypsum business. Four smaller firms will pay the balance of million. The settlement was an- nounced by Harvey a lawyer who called it the second largest in U.S. history and the largest ever in an ac- tion started by private citizens rather than by government. Kronfeld and other lawyers represented five classes of gyp- sum users and tens of thou- sands of individual purchasers. Included among those even- tually sharing the proceeds of the settlement will be towns and school dis- tricts that used gypsum wall- board in construction projects during the period of the alleged price-fixing to Jan. 1968. Royal Trust 0 Per Annum On Savings Accounts Effective September 1973 on Minimum Monthly Balance CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Royal Trust 11 740 4th Alberto 328-551A OTHER ALBERTA OFFICES-CALGARY AND EDMONTON blamed by some for price rises in the United has been so stringent here that for the first time all grain figures have been suppressed from the So- viet Union's annual foreign trade statistics. The authorities were evident- ly either too embarrassed to admit that this vast once a major exporter of could not feed its people in a bad crop or eager to con- ceal the abnormally low at which grain was contracted for last year in the United States and elsewhere. an effort is under way to get this year's grain crop in and prospects much better than in al- though harvesting remains a big calling for a vir- tual national mobilization of manpower and of trucks to haul the gram from field to ele- vator. A good grain harvest is a matter of life or death for the Soviet where agricul- ture is a decisive factor in over-all economic performance. Feed grains are needed to up- grade a neglected livestock and bread remains a crucial staple. Russians con- sume about twice as much bread as Americans. Index results excellent Forestry stocks good investment TORONTO Extraor- dinary values continue in the natural resources industries in Canada and invrrtars should be accumulating stocks in forest mines and Wood Gundy Ltd. says. The investment firm says In its monthly letter the Toronto market's forest products in- dex has reflected excellent second-quarter results. Senior non-ferrous metal producers responded to record 'com- modity prices and oils moved immediately fol- lowing the favorable vote by Che U.S. Senate on the trans- Alaska pipeline. strength Indicates a latent market demand which will surface on and result in rapid changes in price that could preclude giv- ing the investors a chance to Sharply higher earnings for forest products companies reinforce the belief that strong demand will lead to further earnings growth dur- ing the rest of 1973 and 1974. price-earnings multiples are low by historic standards and make little al- lowance for the positive in- dustry prospects over the next few Wood Gundy says. is understandable in nnn UW LIFE INSURANCE _ _ _ Decreasing Convertible Term IT WOULD PAY YOU TO COMPARE THIS WITH ANY OTHER TERM PlANi MONTHLY PREMIUMS Age Age Age Age Age Age KEN BELSHER wm m. OCCIDENTAL LIFE f of CALIFORNIA 439A- HOLIDAY VILLAGE Phone Res. 328-0994 an uncertain stock market en- vironment but it offers an ex- cellent opportunity for capital appreciation once investor confidence Wood Gundy recommends as forest product companies Domtar and MacMil- lan Bloedel. Record zinc and copper prices on the London metal exchange in July resulted from supply shortfalls and un- precedented demand. Wood Gundy the specu- lative element should not be forgotten. strengthening U.S. dol- lar could tempt speculators to liquidate resulting in lower the firm adds. In spite of the possibilities of an economic the to expect for Canadian mining companies is for 1874 earnings to be level with those of except for tax- free mine operations where a decline could be Wood Gundy says. LISTS Among Its recommenda- tions are Hudson Bay Kerr Bank- Falconbridge Gibraltar and Rio Algom. Significant gains were recorded by most Canadian oil and gas shares during particularly those with exploration interests. Wood Gundy says Mack- enzie Delta stocks were the front partly because they sold off severely in ear- lier months but largely be- cause of encouraging news about the delta. Financial results also In- dicate the first half of the year was excellent. H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker LETHBRIDOI S28-8U1 PHONE Kmgsgate COUTTS Home Offiet Ph. 344-3822 BUYING or SELLING call FRENCH MONDAY p.m. SPECIAL Feeder Hog and Baby Calf Sales Wednesday a.m. FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SALES SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. WE BUY AND SELL FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS DAILY carry Hortford Insurance on all livestock FRIDAY 10 a.m. IFAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES T p.m. STOCK CALF AND FEEDERS EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR FEEDING AND LOADING HOGS. 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Antoi- nette 28 Prohibit 29 Inlets 31 Track event 32 Commies 34 High mountain Baseball immortal 37 38 Philippins island 40 Tepee men 41 Poetic contraction 42 Torment 43 Adriatic port 1 Lorelei Lee's var. 2 Senseless 3 Profit 4 English kings 5 point 6 Stadium sounds 1 loss ACROSS 79 Job in scant supply 81 Inclined 82 Blows his top 83 beef 86 Son of Gad 87 Slogan 89 Does news- paper work 88 Cheesa variety 90 Ger. 91 Busy as 92 Moves fast 93 94 World power 95 Paint over 97 French king 98 Convinced 99 Twist 100 Took a nap 44 Blunder 46 Clerics 49 Resoluta 50 Tel 51 Record 55 Social event 55 Tumbled 57 French 59 Spirit 61 Period 62 Morelos money 63 Works hsrd 64- Lively tune 65 Bitter vetch 66 Comes as a result 68 Secular ones 69 for short 70 Charles 71 Manufacturers 101 Cross 72 Luxurious 102 Pronoun 73 House 74 Songbird 75 76 English royal house 78 Show displeasure 103 Ship sections 104 Burmesa native .106 Italian family 107 Descendant DOWN 14 Weather outlook 15 Machina parts 16 AU.deg. 17 French revolutionist 18 Practical 19 Oozes 8 Woman swimmer 20 Mutineers 9 Join the ranks 10 Identical 11 Old English coin 12 Farm animal 13 English monarch 26 Antlered. animal 30 Noun suffix 33 English river 36 December song 37 Promenada 38 39 Greek goddess 40 42 Heavy knife 43 Dips and pours 45 Torn 46 Opposite a ship's side 47 Hamilcar 48 Son of Edward 111 49 Good Queen 52 Wellington 53 Stranga 108 Forshamel 109 Birds 112 Venetian magistrates 114 Animal abode 115 Castla 119 Negro abbr. 120 S.W. Indian 121 Dumb 122 Chinese club 123 Greek letter 124 Dixie city 126 Ruthless Roman 130 Unfettered 132 Beauteous bird 133 Lasso 134 Ventilated 135 Island of N.Y. 136 Berlin's forts 137 State of India 138 Rustic roads 139 Starting points 54 Varnish ingredient 58 Lawyers split them 57 Palm off 58 English ruler 69 for one 60 Winglika 62 Knit 63 Gibe 64 Takes on cargo 67 Interpret 68 Treeless plain Shoves 19 X By Alice D. Vauglmn ACROSS 1 Spongelike cakes 6 Spanish wines 8 Down under 10 Italian wine center 11 British 13 First aid items 18 Oceanic changes 19 Travels on 20 Period 22 Elderly ladies 23 Filleted 24 U.S.ICBM 26 Hunted and 'pecked 27 Flax product 28 Juico 29 Sty 31 Rare si. 32 etal. 33 S.American .nation 34 Self 35 Community rule 36 Imbibed 37 Hoppers 38 Coefficient of long. 39 in ancient Roma 40 Overwhelmed 41 Cracker demander 42 Quote 43 Correlative 44 Skelton 45 Men 46 Stropped 47 Defame 49' Penalties 50 Sweetmeats 51 Posed 52 Substantial 72 Dish 73 Abodes 74 Command 76 -the Great 77 Ways of walking 78 South African 79 Evil 53 Pennsylvania Indians 54 Beproduction gadgets 57 French marshal 58 Matures 59 Esteemed 63 Yarns 64 Fiery horsa DOWN 1 Reason 2 Vocal pitch 3 Prohibit 4 Khan 80 Bay window 81 Western wolf 83 African Wf 84 Picasso equipment 85 Stalemates 87 Medit. island 88 Escapa S3 Irish or Welsh S2 Pays 93 Banking business 86 Makes a choice 97 Be bested 38 Brake part 89 Do farming 101 Royal rules 102 Fairy queen 103 Petty ruler 105 Wedding words 107 Capture 108 Winglika part 109 King Version 110 Rico'sfriend 111 Long 113 glasses 114 Birdcall 115 Vienna 116 Pilfered 117 Desert locale 118 plants B Greeted 14 Pressed 25 Nullifies 37 Ohio 6 Silences 15 Ivies 26 Runner city 7 Mamer 16 Noted garden Eddie 41 Friqht 8 Cigar remains 17 Inebriate 27 Jogged 42 9 Towering 18 Parasites 28 Closes shelters mountain 21 Surveyors' securely 45 1760 yards 10 Extra items 30 illustrious 46 Head 12 Sophocles' 22 Generators 32 Kind Of house nieces rex 23 Two-footed 33 Fishing rods 48 Devour 13 Pointar 24 Lata 36 Evergreens 49 Woodlands CRYPTOGRAMS 120 Reaches 121 Weight unit 122 Corner 125 Alcott heroine 127 Dance step 123 Greek letter 129 Water bird 131 Spanish cheer 50 Belief 52 Gende.1 53 Lips 55 courss 56 Ranked 60 Vessel 61 Befora 62 in Paris SOLUTIONS OP LAST I. 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