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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I" Bond Supplied by Dohcrty Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BOND Sept. 1, '72 113.90 100.1 Oct. 1, 75 99.00 6 Jul. 1, '78 108.00 108.5 414% Sept. 1, 84.50 C5.n Pcip. 3 Sep. 15 1. 1.00 43.0 Apr. 1, '75 101.50 CP Sec Wi% '90 105.00 107.0C Cdn Ulil '91 106.00 103.0C CJWNG '90 106.00 108.00 S Gulf Oil '90 It'G.OO 108.0C Inter P P PM '90 107.00 109.00 Massey K'h 'BO 105.00 107.M 1 Noranda wr, '90 107.00 109.00 Int Nickel '90 103.00 110.00 N and C G '91 107.00 109.00 1 St of Cdn SUV. '90 107.00 109.00 Tr Cdn P '90 108.00 110.00 Tr Cdn P 10% '90 111.00 113.00 CONVERTIBLES AILa G T '90 137.00 0 Cons Gas 5'.4% '89 99.00 100.00 0 Sour Rain '88 93.00 95.00 fl Tr Cdn P 5 T. '89 108.00 0 We IV C '00 10550 107.50 0 WC Tr '91 137.00 133.00 0 Dynasty 7 '82 80.00 65.00 0 Acklands '83 94.00 T.Vh Jul. 1, '75 1M.50 104.5 Sept. 1, '92 8G.50 87.5 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BOND; AlberU WM 'SO 105.50 107.5 Ontario 7 '88 33.50 95.5 Ont Hyd 9 '91 109.00 111.0 New Br 91i% 'DO 109.00 lll.o Nfld 8 't, '74 101.00 103.0 N. S. e'.z'.l '92 B9.00 91.0 Quebec iTo '74 101.00 103.0 Alberta '90 106.00 108.0 Man Hyd 8 r.i '91 99.00 101.0 Sask 83i% '90 107.00 109.0 Nfld '90 107.00 10S.O ACT 7-1 103.00 105.0 Man Tel 8 74 103.00 105.0 INDUSTRIALS Alta G T 01.4% '90 1CC.CO 108.01 Alcan '91 107.00 109.01 B.C. For K''- 'C2 10G.CO B.C. Tel a'i': '90 108.00 110.01 Bell Tel SUTr. 79 107.00 109.0 Bell Tel K'- '93 103.00 111.01 CPR V-tT, '89 105.0-1 George H. Garncau, president of ,1. R. Timmins anil Company Inc., has been cleclcd chair-! man of Ihc board of management of the Canadian Slock Exchange. s D By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Things a co umnist miglit never know if he didn't open his mail: 1 It isn't true that black widow spiders always eat their husbands after mating. What makes most black widow spiders widows is simple hunger. Like the females of most spiders, they consume the smaller male if there isn't anything else in the icebox to cat. Allhough fewer cars are on the road in the United States between dusk and dawn, 50 per cent of all accidents happen during the hours from 6 p.m. lo 6 a.m. Some 40 per cent occur on weekends. You arc safer riding in a truck than a passenger car. People like lo talk it up big In Washington, D.C. That's probably why telephones in the U.S. capital outnumber people by the ratio of 116.9 to 100. Wlial price noise? A recent government report says that in cities the unremitting noise is a factor in nervous disorders, circulatory ills, stillborn births and intestinal ailments. Quotable notables: "I've sometimes thought of Ihcn I've thought Noel Coward. Slrelching Ihe trulh: Christopher Columbus is some-imes credited with having discovered" rubber, which might surprise (he Arawak and Mayan Indians of Central and South America who were using rubber 500 years before Columbus ever put out to sea. RESIST FIRE Longevity: How are Sequoia trees able to live years or more? A chief reason is lhat a Sequoia's two-foot-lhick layer of bark is highly fire-re-sislant and so loaded with tannic acid it is invulnerable to attack by insects. Although some of these giant trees become seed-bearing at 70, most don't leach full maturity until they've celebrated their 300th birthday. Big responsibility: We're lucky that bees keep so busy. If every honeybee on earlh went on strike, the would be changed dramatically. Biologists estimate that at least different species of flowering plan Is are able to reproduce Ihemselves only through the accidental pollination that bees perform in their thirsty quests for honey This makes the bee far more important than man in preserving the so-called balance of nature. The freedom of women to pick their own mates during Leap Year antedates the women's liberation movement by nearly 700 years. In 1200, the National Geographic Soci-ely notes, the Scottish Parliament passed this law: "It is stalul and ordaint that for ilk years known as leps year, ilk maiden ladic, of with high and low estait, shall hae libertie lo bespeke ye man she likes." The same type of maidenly (reedom-of pursuit legislation was passed laler in France and the Italian cities of Genoa and Florence. Pai'h'Rrs clwnl, honor of paying PEACE RIVER liiglier in a week of moderalely active trading. In mines and oils, Initiative gained 50 cents to ?3 bid and S3. 50 asked, L'an Judas 10 cents to 45 cents bid and !55 cents aiked, 10 cents la 80 bid and 90 cents Stanford eight cents to 4-1 cents bid and IS cents asked and Car-ling eight cents lo 50 cenls bid and 53 cents asked. Anthony dropped 'lO cenls lo 51.20 bid and asked, Rcnzy 10 cents to 30 cents bid and 35 cenls Nordic six cents to 32 cenls hid and 37 cents Ontex six cenls lo 20 cents bid and 23 cents In, G-B Aulomalcd rose 50 cents lo 3D bid and JI.CO asked, Creative Patents 40 to S3. 10 bid and S3.30 asked. Electronic Associates 25 cenls to Si. 50 bid and 52 asked. Warrington Units 25 cents to bid and S5 and Gold Crest 25 cents lo bid and asked. Jesperson Kav lost 65 cents lo bid and asked, Stcri-systems 50 cents to SIS. 50 bid and asked. SlerisvElems A 50 cents lo SID bid and S19 asked and Exlendicarc 25 cents lo bid and 23 up a regular gasoline. or Waled Lake, Mich.. I BOOKS TOR BLIND developed Ihe proto- TORONTO (CP) The Cain type car. j dian National Institute [or the NOT AS NOISY Blind will publish Canadia i Brian Ketcham, who wil bocks in braille willi Ihe a.ssis oversee the lesling, said Ihe ancc of a si'i.Gttl federal fovenv car engine sound at 68 deci- men! grant. The publishing bcl? "is exceeded by the con- business will 10 jobs, hi 1 ventional car which nsuallv onlv one Hill be filled by n bum runs at 80 decibels." But be person. ANNUAL MEETING f noli" lhat the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of Ihe LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION Will be held in ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT 1715 Mayor Magralh Drive Tuesday, Feb. 29th, 1972 p.m. For the purpose of receiving the Annual Reports, the election of Directors, and the considered! en of such oilier business os may properly come before ihe F. T. KING, Chairman J. R. RHODES, Secretary MULTI-LINE INSURANCE CAREER OPPORTUNITY TWO AGENTS WILL BE ADDED TO OUR STAFF IN LETHBRIDGE AND TABER AREAS Favorable competitive petition oF our company mtanl greater earnings for rcprescntalive We Will Furnish Financing Astislancs Education and Experience Need Nol Bo Barrier! Phone 328-1175 and Ask For Sales Crossword POTPOURRI ACROSS 1 Trwtlnfl wilti brew- ing gram 8 Counlerfeil 12 Avarlsbls 22 Globe divider 23 Ireland 24 Conversion 56 Among 27 Feelingi 28 Impair 29 Copncr 31 Father of Enoc 33 On thf> cresi 34 Requeii tor payment 35 Moslem potpniaif 37 Sawbuck 33 McLean coin 39 Oar dO Tableland 41 Sped 43 b News detail 6 Composition (or nine 7 K.ldien implement B Validme 9 Thai fpllow 10 Ascends 1 I Old Persian ne.glibori 47 Insect nest 48 Shah's language And not 51 Cooking hie! 52 Frozen dessert 52 Ashei 55 Pfonoun 57 Feel pain 58 Teases- il, 59 Counter- active 61 European oaks 68 For fear that 69 Wen 71 Swob 72 Formd demand 74 77 Relating