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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 1972 THE lETHMIDGf HERALD 23 Bond prices Supplied by Dolicrly Dohcrty McCunig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Sept. 1, '72 SliVi Oct. 1, '7: Jul. 99.SO 911.50 99.50 1, '711 1011.00 109.00 4Vi% Sept 1, 'O M.OO Perp. 3 Sep. 15 41.00 43.00 GV2% Apr. JUl. Sept 1, '75 103.75 104.75 1, '32 (16.50 87.50 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta Ontario 7 Ont Hyd 9 New Br 91 Nnd 8 N. S. 6 Quebec T Albcrtn ll; Man Hyd C Sask fl- Nfld rjortmenl of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 27fh Floor, CN Edmonton 15, AlliArra, Attention: Staffing Officer. Boyle's Column By HAL BOVLE NEW YORK (AP) Re- marks that make guests leave a cocktail party early: "Everybody tlunk up some- thing clever. we're going lo play charades." "You look like someone I met some w here s before, buddy. Have you ever been in jail in "We've run out of gin. Can't I make you one with "We've run out of vodka. Can't 1 make you one with not really blonde, silly. I just decided to dye my hair and have more fun out of We." DAWN OR TWILIGHT? "I get so mixed up at cock- tail parties. Look out the ivin- dow and tel! me whether it's dawn or twilight." "I'm in the insurance game myself. Not lo mix business with pleasure, lell me frankly: What would your wife be worth if you suddenly cashed in your chips right this "I think you've made a con- quest of our dog Fifi. I've never seen her lake to anyone so quickly. If she does any- thing in your lap, don't pay any attention. It only makes her more nervous." "Why should I go into the Kitchen with you, baldy? Only maids get kissed in kitchens." "Hey, everybody, h e r e 's some nice news! Good old Jim just phoned and said he'd be here on the next flying car- iiet. There's nolxniy can do card tricks like Jim." FACE TURNING BLUE "Please don't show them Ibis time how you can stand on your head in the corner, Ralph. Your face is already turning bluish from jumping over the sofa." "Here's a friend of mine 1 want you to meet, Sidney. He can tell you a lot of funny sto- nes. He's chief of the internal revenue service in your dis- trict." "Oh, good grief! If I had to spill something all over you, why did it have lobe a bloody "I'm not little Red Riding Hood, Mr. Wolfe. Would you mind trying to warm your paws on some other girl for a change beginning, say, right research program planned OTTAWA (CP) A mil- lion research and development program will be carried oul in Canada over the next five years under an agreement between the trade department and the National Cash Jlegistcr Co, of Canada Ltd. The anounccment was made jointly at a news conference by Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin and company executives. Under the project the com- pany, a U.S. subsidiary man- aged and staffed by Canadians, develop new electronic equipment the banking in- dustry. The equipment will be marketed internationally. The program cost will be i shared equally by the govern- ment and the company, with the government's share going for j research, development and pre- j production engineering. j In addition to its contribution, the company will invest in plant and capital equipment. The company has leased tem- porary quarters in Waterloo, Ont., to launch the program and plans to establish more perma- nent research and manufactur- ing facilities in that area. The equipment lo be devel- oped will incorporate advanced techniques in miniaturized cir- cuitry. Canadian engineers are being recruited. Development of the equip- ment was started in fthaca, N.Y., and to avoid interruption in progress, the entire project, including key personnel, will be transferred lo Waterloo. But Eric W. Plant, president of NCH Canada, said that, in line willi NCR policy, it is ex- pected the project will be pri- marily a Canadian operation. He said that, at the manufac- turing slage, employment could total several hundred persons, Mr. Pepin said the arrange- ment will help Canada develop ils own expertise in Die field and provide opportunities for exports and employment. The project will be carried out under the government's pro- gram for the advancement of industrial technology. WARNED OF FOREIGNERS MOSCOW (Reuter) A sen- ior Soviet naval officer has warned passengers on the Trans-Siberian railway against the dangers of careless lall- with foreign travellers. Rear- Admiral M. Usatov, writing in the Journal of Military History, recalled incidents on the train in which foreign travellers tried to lure Russians into indiscreet conversation. H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker 2G3-B0501 KINGSOOTE 32'-B1" COBTTS Phont You only have one retirement, Make it a good one, Let me show you how a Prudential Retire- ment Plan can guarantee you a retirement 'income you can't matter how long you live. Call me for the facls. THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA I mutual life Insurance company C. "Slan" VERLINDF.N 414 21 St. Soulh Phone 327-3550 Crossword By Cora Goodman A BIT OF THIS AND TFIAT 1 DivscjaU 6 M Scapes lawyer 17 Monoionom 21 Slaves ils slone 12 Astolai maiden 24 Arouse r (lien i me fit 3D Irrcgulwiv worn 3T 73 Argry 27 exhausted ?S Aurjufv 29 Tlmieen ol 32 Vaiuali.- ".I 3-5 Unssp.raictJ 35 John ?7 Disrautcigf) .10 Vpga find Cor 3 Chess piecfs Church pan 5 2 F.irt 9 Eiar.Pi 10 r-vciie 11 Picaia moce, 'or ice 12 A! 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