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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, February 13, 1972 THE IETHMIDOE HfRAlD 23 Markets are mighty Bond prices Supplied by Doherty Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Sept. 1, '72 98.90 100.10 Oct 1, '75 8 Jul.' 1, A 11 n' Cnnt 1 'Ji't !13 50 84.OC 3 Sep. is 43.00 Apr 1, '75 101.75 J 1 ''5 103.75104.75 5U% Sept. 1, '92 86.50 87.50 Noranda '90 106.00 108.00 nt Nickel 314% 'W 107.00 109.00 St ofCdn, '90 107.00 109.00 n- Cdn P 9> W7.00 109.00 Cdn P 10% "JO 109.00 111.00 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta W Ontario 7 Ont Hyd 9 New Br 9 Ndd 8 N. S. 6 Quebec 73 Alberta li Man Hyd 8 Sask ni Nfld 91 ACT 8 Man Tel 8 '90 106.00 93.00 '94 109.00 '90 109.00 '74 100.00 '92 89.00 '7-1 100.00 '90 107.00 '81 100.00 '90 107.00 '90 107.00 '74 103.00 '74 103.00 108.00 95.01 111.00 111-00 102.00 91.00 102.00 j j 102.00 109.00 109.00 105.00 105.00 ,..Ji G T Cons Gas Scur Rain Tr Cdn P 5 WC Tr C WC Tr 714% Dynasty 7 Acklands 133.00 137.00 'm 99.00 101.00 '88 94.00 98.00 '89 105.00 107.00 '88 102.00 104.00 '91 131.00 133.00 '82 80.00 85.00 '88 95.00 INDUSTRIALS Alta G T 9ViS> Alcan K''- B C For EC Tel Bell Tel Bell Tel 9-V" CPR Kt CP Sec 9Wb Cdn Util CWNG Gulf Oil oWo Inter P P 9 Massev '90 105.00 107.00 '91 107.00 '92 105.00 107.00 '90 106.00 103.00 '79 107.00 109.00 '93 109.00 111.00 o '89 105.00 107.00 '90 104.00 108.00 '91 106.00 108.00 'tjo mm mM '90 105.00 107.00 '90 107.00 109.00 '80 104.00 106.00 Grandmaster draws blast MOSCOW (Reuter) The So- viet Chess Federation accused United States grandmaster Bobby Fischer Friday of trying to impose conditions favorable onlv to himself in ms world title against reigning cham- pion Boris Spassky of Russia. In a statement issued here the Soviet body also lodged an official protest with the World fhess Federation over its hand- ling of the choice for the site of By GerwJswMtte ASER TELEVISION IS HERE -ALMOST! AS-COLOR SOLID-STATE LASER-GUN ASSEMBLY, ONLY 10 INCHES DEER ISALREAPYSHOOTING V IMAGES ON A HOME-MOVIE -SIZE SCREEN BY PROJECTING MODULATED SEAMS OF LIGHT ONTO ATRANSLUCENT PANEL FROMTHEFEAR... By PETER LEICHNITZ Canadian Press Staff Writer An increasing number of im- proved year-end earnings re- ports from stveral Canadian companies was the major factor behind the moderate advance recorded by most Canadian stock markets this week. The encouraging reports, how- ever, were generally confined to industrial issues and it was in this sector of the markets whert the largest gains were recorded. The Toronto market's in- dustrial index, a major indica- tor of market movement climbed .84 during the week cloiing at 197.83. Thursday, the index touched 198.94, the highest level since the index was intro- duced in 1963. Trading was slow early in the week with most issues trading within a narrow range. Observ- strength of the announcement of ers said the markets' lack of direction had driven many investors to the sidelines until a definite trend developed. At New York, prices moved sharply higher, primarily on the strength of the announcement of the settlement of the east-coast dockworkers' strike. On the Montreal and Cana- dian exchanges, the composite index fell .53 points during the week, closing at Combined volume on the two e x c h a n g e s was 6.12 million shares, compared with 7.30 mil- lion last week. At Toronto, trading was mod- eratt with a total of 13.32 mil- lion shares changing hands, down from 16.45 million the pre- vious week. The Toronto Block market's gold index was up .40 points, closing Friday at 176.69. At New York, the Dow Jones ndustrial average of 30 key >luc-chip issues rose 10.61 points during the week closing at 917.59. Volume was 95.48 million shares, down from 99.69 million last week. Western oil issues recorded the sharpest declines during the week. Market observers con- tinue to say that the lack of any encouraging news from winter exploration programs is a major factor responsible for the downward trend. During the week, the Toronto market's western oil index fell 3.95 points to 216.18. Base metal issues were also lower, on the week, and one market observer said investors remained out of this sector of the market until year-end earn- ings results are known. The Toronto stock market's base metal index during the week fell 1.01 points, closing Friday at 85.37. _________ i _ rwuiuuij electronic equipment research program planned _ HA (Vinf af Ihfi 11131 Boyle's Column tend, June 25, de- taking and a general reahgn- changed as trading activity and gold prices on international mil Son markets eased during the week. nem. of violating lis organization's own ruling on a deadline for Soviet and Amer- can lists of acceptable sites. It said the U.S. list of pro nosed cities did not arrive on i and, according to regula iflpvitial dons should have been ignored. The Belgrade Chess Associa-! tion is reported to have offered about in prize money to attract the match, with a rival bid from Sarajevo in Yugoslavia of Both cities are included in the US list, along with Chicago, Buenos Aires and Montreal. The Soviet federation listed Reykja- vik Amsterdam, Dortmund, West Germany, and Paris as acceptable. IN EDMONTON Stay At the RIVIERA Dug out alive BOLZANO, Italy (AP) Seven Italian Alpine troopers were killed and five were dug out alive today from an ava- lanche that buried them near the Italian-Swiss frontier. The huge snowslide swept down on a squad of 12 soldiers crossing narrow S'ringia Pass, 6.500 feet up in the Venosa Val- ley. ________ Holyooke named THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER AND WE NOW HAVE COLORED TV For Your Convenience in Making Resorvotioni CALL AND ASK FOR IONG DISTANCE ZFnith 0-7255 ol no cost lo you WELLINGTON. N..Z (AP) John Marshall, New Zealand s new prime minister, Wednesday named his predecessor, Sir Keith Holyoake, to be foreign minister. Marshall, Holyoake s former deputy, named an 18- member cabinet, including re- placements for five members p the laver the sofa." "Here's a friend of mine I want you to meet, Sidney. He can tell you a lot of funny sto- ries. 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 to be 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 OTTAWA (CP) A mil lion research and development program will be carried out in Canada over the next five years under an agreement between the trade department and the National Cash Register Co. of Canada Ltd. The anouncement was made jointly at a news conference by Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepm and company executives. Under the project the com- pany, a U.S. subsidiary man- aged and staffed by Canadians, will develop new electronic equipment for the banking in- dustry. The equipment will be marketed internationally. The program cost will be shared equally by the govern- ment and the company, with the government's share going for research, development and pre- production engineering. 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 to be devel- oped will incorporate advanced echniques in miniaturized cir- cuitry. Canadian engineers are being recruited._____________ Development of the equip- ment was started in Ithaca, N.Y., and to avoid interruption in progress, the entire project, including key personnel, will be transferred to Waterloo. But Eric W. Plant, president of NCR Canada, said that, in line with NCR policy, it is ex- pected the project will be pri- marily a Canadian operation. He said that, at the manufac- turing stage, employment could total several hundred persons. Mr. Pepin said the arrange- ment will help Canada develop its own expertise in the field and provide opportunities for exports and employment. The project will be carried out under the government's pro- gram for the advancement ol industrial technology.________ WARNED OF FOREIGNERS MOSCOW (Reuter) A sen- ior Soviet naval officer has warned p a s s e n g e r s on the Trans-Siberian railway against the dangers of careless talk 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 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 you can't outlive-no matter how long you live. Call me for the facts. THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA p mutual life Insurance company C. "Stan" VERL1NDF.N 414 21 St. South Phone 327-3550 MOTOR HOTEL S359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone.: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2510 Feedlot Manager WANTED Starting In April, to man- oge a new head feedlot and mill al WARNER, ALBERTA Reply in writing, giving experience and references lo: DRI LAND FEEDERS LTD. P.O. BOX 483 IETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA CrOSSWOrd By Cora Goodman A BIT OF THIS AND THAT ACROSS 1 DivsgaW 6 Agonizes M Scopes lawyer 17 21 Staves 22 Sapphire n its stone 23 Astolat maiden 44 Sea: comb. form 47 Germinal principles 50 Connubial 52 Get riadv 54 Convincing 55 Lavish festivals 56 Blushing 58 Pitfalls 59 The Ram 60 Father 61 Clear skv 53 Jiffy 54 Brooch 55 Otherwise 56 Vacation spot 77 Feminine nickname 78 Bishop 81 Runner 82 All togetnei 86 Daw 87 Moral 89 Smiles broadlS' SO Linger 91 Meat jelly 93 More sensible 94 Europesni 95 Scottish dance 97 Thornf 99 Sister lOOVitjilant 101 Originate 102 Joining 110 Ancient charict HI Helicon 112 Breed! 114 Finger protection 115 machine 11G Onager 119 Tiny insect 124 Yfiar 128 Joan----- 129 Filched 130-----Shaw T31 -----Oakley 132 Canal 133 Knew in- tuitively 134 Without----- hindrance: unimpeded 135 Candidate for a ducte ing stool 136 Acerb 137 Tool! 133 Tics J39 American Subvert hot dog? BOSTON (AP) "The fore of subversion would do anything to destroy the old-fashioned hot says Malcolm McCabe, executive secretary of the Mas- sachusetts Grocers Association. "A tin-key dog or a chicken dog or a tuna dog'must be McCabe told a hearing of the state legislature's joint commit- tee on commerce and labor. The committee was considering a measure to permit ground tur- key meat to be used in bologna 1 and hot dogs. RECREATION POPULAR There were community recreational facilities of various types in Manitoba in mid-1971, with participants in spe- cial programs conducted in' them. Public Service Canada Fonctlonpublique Canada CICI H FIELD OR9 tn 11 tO 3> ara; cind Northern Development VarloUs in Alborta 0 578 Under geneml the Field OH.cer o.sish hand, in the devolopment o( varioul aspects of self-govern- cconomic development, and .tiinulaloi m- in social welfare, economic development, and stimulates ,n- ,erest in education and recreation. Interprets legisotion and include evidence, through work history af caprj. y in above oroas of work. olrront vncany oxist, a. Mar ey. Alberta. However forward for Employmenl" (Form PSC 367-401) tivailable al Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centrei, and Offices of the Public Service Commission of Canada to: ue- Officer. 72 For.dn or Nero 73 Most un- responsive 75 Washington columnist Rowland 7fi Briohten 35 John 57 Disc 39 Vnga srvi Cor 53 Holiday features 55 Flops 57 Humphrey, e.g.: abbi. GO Meicuiy and others 61 Command 62 Fur-bearing :5 Dane? of the ea-ly 1900's 16 Married 17 Lees Spccisc'a 41 Husband? 42 Made oi burnt clay 44 Leslhemnck 45 Raises upright 46 Place back 23 Century plants 24 Got eve 25 Namei 2G Khaki 28 Mergans 29 Inventot 20 x 20, by Alice D. 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