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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta telurfey, Jonwry 11, THI UTHMIMI HIHALD 21 IU MM f Imperial Oil Ltd. during 1971 were almost one-third greater than 1970 earnings, the company cported here. Earnings for the 1971 were 136 million or a share compared with million or 2 cents a share during 1970, the company said in a preliminary tatement. Total 1971 revenue was esti- mated at billion compared with billion during 1970. W. 0. Twaits, chairman, said major factor in tbe improved corporate performance was in- cretsed crude oil sales, partieu- arly to export coupled with an increase in the price of crude. "Refinery operations were at high level of efficiency and was improved realization from sale of products." OTTAWA (CP) snow mobile ii a "fun machine" bu it's out of place on the road says Lloyd Anderson, a safet standards officer with tbe true- purl department. Still, an incrGaiiDg number o acoot along Cana dian of them skidding into obstacles and feu- ing their drivers. To cope with personal tafety problems, Mr. Anderson and hi colleague! an working on bet ter federal standards, bringing in some automobile safety fea turee. The first transport depart ment safety regulations were is sued last year and a new batch takes effect Feb. 1. The depart- ment is looking into such thing as hydraulic brakes and a re- duced noise level for future models of the popular vehicles. Department interest in snow mobile safety is recent because the number of snowmobiles has jumped to in Canada from only in North Affier ica in 1963. DEATHS RISE Snowmobile deaths rose to 118 last winter from 93 the previous season. Edwin Brezina, safety man ager for the Ontario transport department, said at an Ottawa seminar last winter that snow mobile operators are five times more likely to be killed for each tour of vehicle operation than drivers of other passenger motor vehicles. Bond prices Supplied by Dohcrty Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 414% Sept. 1, '72 100.00 100.S5 514% Oct. 1, '75 100.50 101.00 i Jul. 1, '78 109.50 110.50 Sept. 88.00 86.50 Perp. 3 Sep. 15 41.00 43.00 Apr. 1, 75 103.00 104.00 'Vt% Jul. 1, '75 105.25 106.25 V.% Sep. 1, '92 89.00 90.00 PKOVINCUL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED IDNDS Alberta Ontario Ont Hyd New Br N. S. Quebec Alberta Man Hyd 8 ask Nfld ttar, Tel '90 107.00 10D.OO '83 96.50 96.50 '94 110.00 113.00 '90 108.00 110.00 '74 101.00 103.00 6tt% '92 89.00 91.00 '74 101.00 103.00 '90 106.00 110.00 '91 101.00 103.00 '90 106.50 110.50 8 '90 107.00 109.00 '74 104.00 106.00 '74 104.00 106.00 INDUSTRIALS H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker CMTTS 3444U1 FOREMAN ATCO (Western) ltd. hai an opening for a fore- man in their welding and metal fabricating must have supervisory capabilities and fae able to work himself with a minimum of supervision. He must hove worked in metal fabrication and should be a journeyman welder or have several years related ex- perience. The reading of blueprints and ability to do material take-offs are) a must. Send written resume with talary expected lo; ATCO (Western) Ltd., 5115 Crewchild Trail S.W., Calgary 10, Alberta Attention: Personnel DfpartimM Alta G T 9V4% '90 105.00 107.00 Ucan '91 107.00 109.00 .C. For '92 105.00 107.00 .C. Tel 9V8% '90 107.00 109.00 tell Tel 9V8% '79 107.00 109.00 Sell Tel 8% 5 '93 109.00 111.00 PR '89 105.00 107.00 OP Sec '90 103.50 105.50 3dn Uffl '91 105.00 107.00 OWNG '90 104.00 106.00 jUlf Oil 8H% '90 105.00 107.00 nter P P '90 107.00 109.00 Massey '80 104.00 106.00 Toranda. 9Vi% '90 106.00 108.00 tat Nickel '90 107.00 109.00 and C G 9V4% '91 107.00 109.00 t of Cdn 9Vi% '90 107.00 109.00 It Cdn P '90 108.00 110.00 fr Cdn P '90 110.00 112.00 CONVEP.TIILIS Uta G T m% '90 133.00 136.00 Oons Gas 5W% '89 99.00 101.00 SCUT Rain '68 91.00 93.00 Tr Cdn P 5 '89 99.00 101.00 WC Tr C '88 98.00 102.00 WC Tr VA% '91 125.50 127.50 Dynasty 7 '82 78.00 Acklaods '88 86.00 90.00 IN EDMONTON Stay At the RIVIERA THE HOTEl WITH MORE TO OFFER AND WC NOW HAVI COLORED TV For Your Convenience In Making Heiervatloni CAU AND ASK FOR IONC DISTANCE ZEnith 0-7255 at no cost to vow IVIERA MOTOB HOTEL Calgary Troll tdnionron, Alberto Phemoi (401) Toloit 017-JJ10 Much of the bitme can be triced to the snowmobile opera, tor and not the machine. Pro- vincial study in the winters of and IMt-TO rtnwed that 32 per cent of all snowmobile operators lacked formal expert with the operation of Internal trouble threatens Straight VANCOUVER (CP) Van- eourer'i underground newt- paper Georgia Straight, which has published since May, 1967, despite a continuous series of lawwiits, could perish this win- ter because of internal disor- ders. Rebellious Straight employees demanding co-operative owner- ship of the paper published their own underground newspaper Friday, using The Straight's of- fice and equipment. Their 24-page edition'of Geor- gia Grape hit the streets one day after the regular appear- ance at The Straight, which was put out by deposed owner and publisher Dan McLeod from a private house. The Georgia Grape carried an article saying the staff had taken over because Mr. McLeod refused to share his 100-per-cent control of The Straight. On Nov. 19, staff members voted 21 to 8 in favor of collective control of The Straight. Tbe occupation of The Straight office started early Wednesday. An article In Thursday's Geor- gia Straight said Mr. McLeod 'is in the process of obtaining a court order which will allow barn to remove the equipment used to put out the paper. He did not want a physical confron- tation which night have re- sulted in damage to office equipment." Former Straight columnist Jeanine Mitchell said Friday night some members of tbe "collective" were having second thoughts about (be original plan of taking over (he Georgia Straight. The 25-manber collective WM to meet today to decide wnetfatt to start their own paper and to hammer out policy. Mr. McLeod said in Thurs- day's Georgia Stralgtt that "if the collective wants to put out their own newspaper they can do 50, but it can't be the Geor- gia Straight. There can only be one Georgia Straight." Mr. McLeod Mid he did not give the ownership up to the staff "because I believe ft is quite possible the paper will fall under collective ownership and this must not happen." The Straight a circula- tion of motor veMdet on 6V highway. The tame study showed that 30 per owt of snowmobile oper- ators ID tone two may not have known bow to operate Provincial government! have passed laws governing snowmo- biling on roadi and some are launching broad, snowmobile safety programs. But, m one Quebec minuter Mid recently, "we can't lefialate wisdom." The federal concern la with the vehicle itself. The transport department iena and safety devices to prepare Improved standards and help manufactur- ers solve safety problems. The department lait winter Is- sued standards calling for tuch features as amber reflectors for night driving and improved ex- haust mufflers to cut noise. Under another regulation, snow- mobiles travelling 20 miles an hour must be able to stop within W feet on snow-covered sur- faces. Rules taking effect Feb. 1 re- quire new snowmobiles to have two white headlights with low asd high beams. Another regu- lation will lead to installation of emergency switches which shut WANTED! JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN INTERESTED IN OPERATING HIS OWN BUSINESS Please Call 327-8274 evenings! MEN'S WEAR MANAGER Must bo ambitious, with good telling and buying background. Excellent opportunity with profit sharing benefits In established wear. Send full resume) of background toi Box H-270 Calgary Herald off eagnei when throttlet get stuck. The department hn also tet in exhautt nolle emission level of 82 dedbtii menued 50 feet from the tauttue. Mr. Aatta- wye this Is the equivalent of ear noiie. Nflt earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS AiUud Oil Caudi Ltd.. three ended Dec, 31: 1971, million 20 cento a share; 1770, (1.8 million, 14 cents. Imperial Oil Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1971 million, (1.06 a share; 1970, million, 82 cents. Royal Trait Co., year ended Dec. 31: 1971, flO.OM.OOO, i share; 1970, (1.60. The National Research Coun- cil carried out a study which picked up snowmobile noise lev- etc of 110 to 115 decibel! in the driver'! ear which could Impair hearing. Mr. Anderson says this much noise would prevent the snowmobile driver from hearing another vehicle beside him on the highwtry. He ateo mid the department is working on improved brakes, handling, lighting and stability. It is supplying information on brake-testing to manufacturers. The tougher federal regula. Dfl have prompted at least snowmobile company to carry out research of its own. Bombardier Ltd, of Que., is using National Re- search Council facilities to test engine cowlmgs which have been altered to meet the new rules. LETHBRIDGE CONCRETE PROD. LTD. P.O. BOX 667 UTHMIDGI TELEPHONE 33S-9J5! TRANSIT MIX CONCRETE LIGHTWEIGHT AND CONCRETE BLOCK SANDS AND GRAVELS SHALE 75c cu.yd. ELECTRICIAN Qualified electrician experienced In fractional horsepower motors required in immediate future for electrical repair and service of industrial equipment In- cluding light duty mechanical repairs. Preference will be given to older octivt individuals now semi-retired or considering a more diversified light duty but chal- lenging work opportunity. Thii It a permanent position for the right party. reply in writing giving qualifications and experience to: BOX 32, LETHBRIDGE HERALD All replies confidential. All replies will be acknow- ledged. Interviews will be arranged with applicants. Crossword 1 Vandyke, lor one 6 Nigerian tree 11 Alluvial land matter 16 Combat raids ISTakedefi- 20 Connate 22 Nltunl wonder ol N. Mexico 24 Mock 25 distance, 26 Luncheon (are By S. A. Kay SEE AMERICA FIRST ACROSS 70 Frenoi 28 Roof cdgei 30 Color 31 Fine nvelings 33 Gooey stuff 34 Great star 35 Allayer's refrnctory vessel 36 Baseball term 37 Performer'l 1 Outdoor pastime 2 Irregularity 3 Pac.'s relative 4 Tributary of the Danube Argue 6 Surprise! 7 Good will 'in Britain 8 Imitating: var. 9 Noise: obi. C Old French measure M Double ring 39 Florida National Park 42 Titan of Greek myth 43 Turn round 44 Where the Pamirs are 45 Aroma 46 Total disorder 47 Antarctic phenomenon 49 Wide .Mke 51 Actor Omar 53 Strange 55 Messengei of tha gods 57 Drylv 59 collection 60 American humorist Bill----- 61 Cancels 62 Fevers 64 Noun suffix 66 Altogether 68 Philippines violent wind 69 Cuts shelter 71 Lassies 72 Kentucky tourist attraction 74 Arab tribe leader 75 Man's name 76 N. African capital 77 "Blues- street 76 Notplentl lul 79 Decad 30 Galileo. for one 81 Dries up 82 Zodiac sign 83 Ring decisions 84 Loss 86 Group of eight 88 Latitudes 90 City on tha Rio Grande 92 Meek rodent 93 Feeble 94 Active 95 Examine DOWN 12 Ivy leaguera 13 Dine 14 N.Y. harbor sight 15 Lockjaw 16 Weigh 17 Spanish din- Ing hall 18 College degree 19 Fake 20 Tears apart 21 Notches 23 Presume 29 Mimics 32-----lens 34 Large wave 35 Mooch 36 Ornamental Trim 38 Abjures 40 Social lion 41 Comet into sight 42 Man's mire! 44 Skin affliction 46 Heeds 48 Greek war goddess 49 Hirpy of Greek myth 60 Canada 62 Terra 87 Crudflx 98 Bridge hand 101 Leavings '02 National 'Parkin 105 Cenis Major star 107 Boggy 108 Indicate direction 109 Chemical suffix 110 Kind of wil: IU A roving 113 Bird 114 Boat: It. 115 Secy, ol----- 116 Little round hill 119 Honshu bay 119 Decline 121 Arizona National Park 125 Gibed 126 Tempted 127 Antiseptic: pi. 128 Sieves 129Geudv 130 Hires out (3 Licking a moniker 54 Lincoln Memorial, Mt. Vernon etc. 55 Steering wbeeli 56 Shellon shrubs 58 Certain jestert 59 Set sight on 61 Masquaredi mask 63 Donate 65 Missiles 67 Gl garb 63 Place near Nazareth 69 Alerm 70 Exclamation 72 Pondered 73 Lift up 74 Looked sullenly 21 x 21, by George W. Frank ACROSS 1 Place of refuge 6 Anlmalt 7 Aisail 8 Fin 9 Highland novelin----- II "Land ol tin Rising Sun" 13 Run.ai water 17 Planet 18 Fluid rock 19 together 21 Verily 22 Olive genus 23 Sum 26 Hapair 27 Endure, ai goods 28 Amount m lumber In loss 32 Nerse god 33 H.fime of lha Dolphins 34 Stride 33 Account books 40 Houa: Sp. 41 Jumping Itick 44 Economlt dedrnt 47 Iridescent gim 4fi Ltawj out 49 Sun parlor El Lost faathera E2 Sklnniir 53 on horseback H Colcndo park 55 Confronts 57 59 Group of direct Oft Wonderland" 61 Musial aaunda DOWN 1 Custom 1 Vigilant 3 Holding device 4 Nark-and- neck 3 pront 8 Fourteen- line Esoem 9 Burst Of effort 10 Ship's load 11 Branch of the Amazon 12 Dined 13BI8I. 14 Wash 15 Kiln 16 Town division 17 Slink 19 cnimney hood 20 Margarine -Ji Peak 76 Big at 78 Search for 80 He eloped with Helen 81 Sustain 82 Guide 85 British dockyard worker 25 Deposited 29 Fall behind X Singer Nancy 31 Sweetheart 34 Contest tallies 87 Ctlebrltt in song 88 Powerful 69 Ledy's ma'Kk in Indie 91 Euphemlilie courtier In "Hamlei" 03 Entreat 35 Nocturnal mammal 36 Jacob's brother 37 Sunday 36 Game ot chance 84 Stupid 96 Appetizer 97 Road map abbr. 99 Noticeabk 100 Makes fill 101 Roll up 102 Pierced 103 Mosul's river 104 Adorn 105-----love 106 Incites 108 Footboyl 111 California town with ham 114 Reveal 39 Imagine to be guilty 41 Splendor 42 Novel by Meville 43 Fish breath ing organ 45 Large deer 46 Story plini 50 Exist 55 Mockery 56 South American mountain! 116 Deceive in fun 117 Vein of ort 120 Insight 122 Finish 123 Elfin 124 Japanese 57 perform alone 58 Seth's brother 59 Mammal capable of true flight SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES QQQQD duuna (lEiainin cnHDEm DDLin nan a nun DQQD ana LIB nGinnn ciH HaBQfi drill ni nnnn annas aannia aaaaaa anLin tcraaaian ULIDEJH ntiacia aim tmana annul Maatia anaaaa annan anna aanan aaanail CRYPTOGRAMS 1. SALOWHT CHRAL YLCCDHY LFYOHWMH R X LHODOSX SJ MJFWS. Silo W. Minkla 2. ABLO BT UBKOW CI EZO H B B E BT N A A OLGA. UNKW ZNLO ZONHC: XZW ZNLO IB ZOOCOCf Esther Nevilli I. CRT HBCCU MOAT HBCR SKOUDTBCBG GKUu. "B MTTS K EKD EU C R O A K C." ----By India M. Spenj 4. FUSS TMATTI YGEF EEEMT OLASSI AT U FLATMASF. By Lots Jonee Ijst weefc'i 1. Dogmatic Individuate may brtnf catastrophic boredom 10 previously ntlirioua parties. 2. StMl company president drily complained: "1 alnl got no ingots." 9 1972 by ChlcifO Trlb.una.-N. V. Newt Synd. Ins. World RUttU ReiervW ;