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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta prices vSupplictl hy Dohcrty McCuatg Limited GOVERNMENT OF CMIADft DONDS tt Sept. Oct. July '72 83.80 100.10 '711 KM.riO JOB.W I Ont Hycl New Kc jN'fkl N. S. Qticbuc 914'. It Perp. 3 Sept. )5 GVi'.i Apr I, '7r. 100.50 101.00 7'Xi'i July 1, '75 102.50 10H.OO Sept- 1, '92 77.00 73.03 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT Op CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta KY.'a 'SO 103.50 105.50 A NEW 4-CHAKINEL TAPE PtAYER WORKS EQUALLY WELL 1NTHE OR AT HOME, rfpfAYS EITHER" THE STANDARD 2-CHANNEL OR NEW QUADRAPHONIC DISCRETE TAPES AND HAS AUTOMATIC REPEAT AND EJECT BUTTONS... ByGene rowccUe DI.50 02.50 107.00 109.00 "JO 10IS.OO 110.00 101.00 102.00 '92 84.IX) BO.IX 100.00 102.00 "M 103.00 107.00 'fll 07.00 99.00 '00 105.00 107.08 107.01) 109.0C 101.00 ica.oo 7'l 101.00 103.OC Alia G Mean H.O. For B.C. Tel Bell Tel I! el I Tel CP MU CP Sec Cdn Util CWNG Gulf Oil Inter P P Masscy Noranda INDUSTRIALS T 9 Vi '90 105.00 107.0C 'fll 103.00 107.0C '92 105.00 OC 'BO 103.00 107.M '79 104.50 108.9 108.00 110.0 1M.M 103.5C '90 1CH.OO 10G.OC '01 106.CO 108.0 '90 107.00 100.0 103.00 105.0 '90 105.00 107.0 '80 105.00 107.0 '90 105.00 107.0" Int Nickel '90 105.00 107.0 N and C G of Cdn 9'A% Tr Cdn P Tr Cdn P 10 Agreement near in ivuge is.site Heavy buying sparks trading lalucdoy, Auguit 19, 1972 THE LETHBRID31 HIRALD 23 Stock exchanges record strong advances '91 10000 107.0 '90 J05.00 107.0 '90 108.00 110.00 '90 110.00 112.00 CONVERTIBLES Alia G T '90 150.00 165.00 Cons Gas W.50 %.50 Dyiuisty 7 '82 101.00 100.00 Acklands Ta'.i '88 97.00 90.00 u- Rain 754% 88.00 90.00 Tr Cdn P 5 '89 110.00 113.03 WC Tr 'C' 100.00 102.00 Tr 7'.4% '91 130.00 13300 Russians lated' VIO APPOINTMENT Slevo Dohay, Pros I den f nd General Manager oE United Motors Co. is ilcascd lo announce the op- inlmcnt of Mr. Greg Sales Manager of tho United Mobile Home? Division. Greg it a Tong timo rcjl- denl of Albcrla, obtaining moil of his education and business experiences riorQ. His educational hockg round has Included Business Adminlslra- 'ion Cm a r k e I 1 n q) tended here and in ihe Uni- ted Stales; previous positions hefd havo been in real es- tate and properly develop- ment in Leldbridga end Tor- onto, Greg along will) his s anrf service staff, Invile you lo drop In nnd sea the beller irjcai in owning a mobile homo from United. UNITED MOBILE HOMES Div: Unircd Melon Co. Ltd, 3rd Avo. nnd Seonic Drive Lerhbridgc, Alberta. treaty By Tin: ASSOCfATED PRESS 'A leading Egyptian political analyst accused the Soviet Un- ion today of violating the 15- year friendship treaty between their countries, while Syria moved lo put an end to anti- Russian activities in its army. Ishan Ahdel Kuddous, editor of Cairo's mass-circulalion Ak- hliar Eiyoum, said Hie Russians broke the treaty by not provid- ing Egypt with the necessary v; e a p o n s for "eliminating Ir.ices of Israeli nggrcssion." He mentioned a provision on military co-operation which he said committed the Russians lo supply Egypt with sufficient arras (o regain Israeli-occupied Sinai. QUEBEC ruullc crvice union negotiators arc cady (o aiirec in principle on alnrics, job security health in- Durance, and they an- nounced Friday. But a bsl-minule government demand that talks with intlivid- inl unions IK brought lo icgnthiletl settlement may jeopardize any further :ussions, said Marcel ono of three top leaders of the common front. And, while common front leaders said they were ready to recommend acceplar.ce. of prin- ciple issues to their unions, cliicf government negotiator Hcjcan Larouche said there had teen no government offers, merely hypothetical bases for settlement. Central table talks have fo- cused on issues common to _all member unions, while side table discussions involve Issues particular to each union, such as working conditions. Under legislation that ended an 11-day public service strike in April, the government is em- powered to decree settlements if ncgotiatioas break down. TARGETS REACHED The common front represents Uio Quebec Federation of La- bor, the CNTU and the teachers corporation. Main table negotiations have arrived at tlic common front objective of equal pay tor equal work and a minimum salary adequate to ensure a decent standard of living, Mr. Pepin said. The front demand for a weekly minimum salary would mot for all but about government-paid workers by July 1974. Only workers on a 3214 hour work week would bo below the objective, earning per week. In somo cases salary In- creases would mount to FX) per cent over tho lifo of tho con- tract. PETKIl LEICI1NITZ Canadian 1'refis Staff Wrlfer Heavy buying pushed some sectors of Canadian slock mar- kets to record levels as most major Canadian exchanges recorded strong advances in ac- tive trading this vvecK. After faultering briefly early in (he week, markets resumed the upward trend which has buoyed markets for tlio fast four One analyst said a "mild round of profit-taking and somo consolidation" resulted in frac- tional losses during the first tlirec sessions. A number of Improved first- half earnings reports and pro- posed stock splits provided the basis for much of the advance as the industrial oil sectors of arid western the market touched record highs. At Toronto, the industrial In- dex considered a major in- dicator of market trend climbed two points during the week to 215.09, its best level since Uie index was established in 19G5. Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) With strong commercial buying hy exporters and commission houses rapcsced prices ad- vanced as much as ciRlit cents in some futures, highlighting a day of buoyant prices on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange Fri- day. Trading was active In flax futures where prices moved ahead as much as four cents in a predominantly commission house trade. Oilseed prices also benefited from the Influence of a strong soybean complex on tho Chi- cago market. Rye prices advanced as much as three cents in an active mixed trade while oats ant harley were fractionally higher in domestic sliippcr buying. At the close, flax was four cents lo I'A higher, Vancouver rapeseed 614 to higher Thunder Bay rapeseed 6% t 4% higher, oats SB lo 'fi higher barley 'A to 'k higher and two to three cents higher. Volume of trade Thursday consisted of bushels o flax, of rye, o Vancouver rapeseed and 764 000 of Thunder Bay rapeseed. Export wheat prices f SHORT STRIKE SYDNEY, Australia (Reuter) Australia's shortest strike has hccn set for Sept. two- ininutc work stoppage by rail- way workers to protest alleged government financial mis- management of the railways. Bay oil were unchang id. Grain quotes Friday (basis High Flax Oct 311 Sov 307 Dec 297% May 307 'A 303 295 304 F Close 311 307 297 300% Hapcsecrl Vancouver Sop 25714 25314 ZXVi Nov 260 25114 259 Jan 261 2OH4 Mar 259V4 252 Hapesced Thunder Bay Oct 254V2 246'A 253Vi Nov 247 24914 Dec 241 250 76% May 250 Oats Oct Dec 76% 7614 May 79 Barlev Oct 11914 Dec 11914 May 12214 Itye Oct 111 "A Dec 112 May 117 24714 76 76% 7814 109 109 11914 111 llili 117 41 CUMBERS DIE CHAMONIX, France (Rei tcr) Forty-one persons hav died so far this year ch'mbin in the French Alps. Sixteen the deaths were on Mont Blan At New York, Wall Street anagcd only fractional gains moderately-active trading. On tho Montreal and Cana- exchanges, the composite dex climbed 2.33 points, clos- g Friday at 224.33, Combined volume on the two changes was 7.64 million arcs, compared with 6.42 mil- m the previous week. RADING HEAVY Trading aclivicy at Toronto as heavy throughout the week Hh a total volume o! 11.87 illion shares changing hands, from 11.84 million last week. Some of the Ijcst advances ere recorded by western oil as heavy speculative uying continues (o push that ector of tire market to nevr lighs. After suffering moderate osses during the first two ECS ions, oils climbed sharpl; lighcr during the remainder o ic week. The western oil index f the Toronto market rose O.sr oints during the week, closing t 260.44, its best level since 8, 1M9. At New York, the Dow Jone. ndusirial average of 30 kc; ilue-chip issues rose 1.6 >oints, closing Friday at 965.83 Weekly volume was 81 millio: H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker .CAL6ARV 24W050I LETHflFllOGt 926-8141 COBTTS Phon. 344.382} arcs, up from 75.34 million a i earlier. Gold producers suffered frac- nal losses and Investors reac- d quickly to a lull In trading international bullion mar- ts. A fractional drop In the Id price on International mar- ls midway Ihrough tho week -suited in moderate declines r gold issues lislcd on Cana- an exchanges. Tho gold Index at Toronlo st .67 points during tho week, osing at 214.60. Mining Issues continued to uffer severo losses as in eslors abandon the base metal cclor of the market due to fore- asts of poor earnings. Base NEW YORK LIFE APPOINTMENT E. A. (Ed) Brunner Mr. Keilti Graham C.l.U. Agency Manager YarK Life Insuranco Company, Cal- gory, the appoint- ment of Mr. E. A. (Ed) Brun- ner as assistant manager oi the Calgary General Office. 600-540 Slh Ave. S.W. issues were down for lird consecutive week, wlUi he Toronto base metal Ring 1.42 points to 92.02. Beef futures WINNIPEG uturra clrrie Friday. Rep 54.10; Kov jan _ M.75N; May 33.SO. Thursday's volume: Nil. THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER AND WE NOW HAVB COLOREO TV For Your Convenience In Muking Reiervalioru CALL AND ASK FOR LONG DISTANCE ZEnith 0-7255 ot no cost lo yoj IVIERA MOTOR HOTEIi 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberla Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2510 RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd. Avo, So. Phono 327-1116 -Muillpla Listing Service -Exclusive Agonti for BOYCKUCK Conitrucllon Ua. -Complete tniuranco Service IN ADDITION _Wo now announce lha EXPANSION of our APPRAISAL DE- PARTMENT for __Market Voluo Insuranco Appraisal Information call: Norm Bullied Kon Branch Jerry Zeiulko --Capital -Highest and Best Uie -Feasibility LEASEE REQUIRED! Leading oil company has a position available for an aggrcssivo person to operate a company owned ser- vice station in Southern Alberta. For full particulars, Box 117, Lefhbridge HeralJ Sykes requests rail hearing be held iu Calgary CALGARY (CI1) Mayor Ilex) Sykes has asked tlic Ca- nadian Transport Commission to hold in Calgary any future hearings on an application for a railway spur line in British Co- lumbia. Tho spur, from Line Creek, B.C., to Koosvillc, B.C., would permit coal shipments from southern Albcrla one! British Columbia to go to the west coast via Burlington Northern Railway in the United States. Tho Koolcnay and Elk Bail- way lias fitthUng for two years to jjct permission for the line and tho city of Calgary has been cri of the opponents. The city has argued the line would ultimately reduce the number of jobs al the Cana- dian Pacific Railway repair shop here. In liis letter to the commis- sion, (he mayor said: "If your commission and the government of Canada permit the export of Canadian coal through a Canadian port lo a Canadian customer by means of U.S. labor on a U.S. railway, then you will be exporting Ca- nadian jobs lo the U.S. and you will using taxpayers1 money lo cut taxpayers' t1 roafs behind I their Coal is currently shipped lo llic west coast by CPU and ponents of Hie new line argue that the facility should be ex- panded if necessary. PLAN LITKHACV DIUVTC TRIPOLI, Libya (Bcutcr) educated persons in Libya will have lo dcvdc three months to leaching illiterates under the government's cam- paign, (he cabinet of Col. MuKnimnr KarTufi announced. Crossword 1 Hotel prize Dinner: '57 6 Shakespean ct al 11 Trite IGThin nsilj 21 Author of "A Rege to Live" 22 Pallid 23 Habitation 21 Contempo- rary poet 25 "John Brown's Body" poet By Herb L. Risteen LITERATURE LESSON ACROSS 45 r to no veil it 28- He Heaven" 29 Gitl'inams 30 Uali'an family 32 Greek god 33 News briar 05 Nothing 36 Speech 33 Whitman 39 Swisi city 41 Bakery item Al Small bill 43 Rr.bbit 44 Concert number 1 Snako 2 At the (oro 3 Hirsute A Yorkshire river E Coiton cloths G Colic: Scot. 7 U.S.tennis star 8 Greek letter 9 Rehaves 10 Tangled 1 ol contempt 12 ArJl) fobo laConjimclion 47 sholem Aich novel BO Extra 51 Soflen 53 Actress Ada 57 Honeybee genus 59 InlEtl 60CUyin Kansas G2 Saito GSSpaca 64 Dice 65 Ship's 66 Compaii point "-----Nights" 79 "The Man with a-----" 80 Begoncl 82 Enjlish novelist 83 Be proud 84 Bleaks out (37 Vehicls 88 "Tha----- Play" 89 Skulk! 90 Candy piece Q1 Kobe coin 92 Raucous 93 Versatile Victor 94 "The-----of 95 Unclose: poet. E9 96 Homeland 70 Fie paintef 71 Free from 72 Lodrja members 73 More recent 74 Scotch hilliidei 75 Colors 76 Shaving 77 N, England of Yean 98 "Lorno-----" 99 Author Grey 14 Enrjliih Esuyiit 15 Philippine island 16 Haling substance 17 "Murders in the Morgue" 13 "A Bet! fo; 19 Satan 20 Fishlina 27 Toper 31 Dircrlion Higli nolo 37 Caviars 101 Studied strenuously 102 Charged particles 104 Singer Stevcni 105 Take! on cargo DOWN 33 Author of "TnQ Caina Mutiny" 39 Tree trunki AQ Beverages 41 Totter 43Tnciturn ona 44-----Keys la AG Dandies 47Tilfe 48 VJhat the "PKamom" haunted 43 Eliot classic 137 Metal disk 138 Repair! 139 Position ench 141 Bergen's dummy 50 Tampico toiler 51 Scot poet 62 Butt 54 Trfackerv novel 55Gungitl 56 Exigencies. 53 Scarves 59 Hcalar 01 Slant 63 Encircle 65 Zoo G3 Set-to 69 fn Diagf'CtmlcSS 19 x 19, by Anne Halloran Acnoss French- writer 110----Waits r Scott 111 Choice part 112 U.S. writer 41 Narro'iV rosd 42 NaulJcal position 43 Turn over head 45 115 Anchors UDNonhern trea 118 Mich locicty H9 Apprai 120 Diiburso praiser Ficiional detective 47 Japs-fse itaiciT.an 43 Adotes 54 Restrict 55 Lubricato 56 Single 57 Piccolo----- 122 Poems 123 Resist 124 Confused 127 Footballer 129 Once----- blue moon 120 Urge vehicle 131 Vwb ending 133 Fcm. rsmf 61 Color f? Nile bird 63 Kane's neck heir 1. BILTKY rHYPTOGKAMS JB AJO THE AIMXPTLXJH Q K J M T M P O G T L T II I, K J Q U Y G O G P Y R B J P P J D GTPTZXLO THE MIL UJD 7. TO or IJIST D Y MY R 1 K Y 7 By 2. DINEnrl'X DN niTKKNRN: BYXXNl, P Y A Z L E LFE7. X Y ZI BITDF PZIOAFO Y1 PZOOAFO) PZXRTIO DNF. ----By India M.Spmy 8. CDS SED GAM G A M M L Y CUT UPS DEM Ijirt Week's Cryptosranu 1. Who -would smpert (hat land rail or corn crake. Is a date bent P. S. HuhT 1. Wntn little stories and potrui are apropos they certainly welcome. 1972 by Chlcar.oTribunc-N.Y. News'Syryd. Wo rid Riclits Reserved ;