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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 11. 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Bond prices Supplied by Doherty Roadhouse and McCualf? Bros. COVHKMEN: or CANADA BONDS BOVtRNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTIED BONDS Cm. Wwy. "U 6 Apr 1, '71 Matured Sept. 1, '72 100.00 100.20 SK% Oct. 1, '75 96.00 97.00 8 Jul. 1, '78 105.50 106.50 414% Sept. 1, '83 77.75 78.25 Perp 3 Sep. 15 38.00 40.00 6te% AIM-. 1, '75 100.00 101.00 7V4% Jul. 1, '75 102.00 103.00 514% Sep. 1' '92 80.00 81.00 rHOVINCIAl Alberta 8 Ontario 7 Ont Hyd 9 New Br 9 Nfld 8 N. S. 6 Quebec Alberta Man Hyd 8 Sask '90 102.00 104.00 '88 89.00 M.OO '94 105.50 107.50 '90 107.00 109.00 7% Nfld AGT 8 Man Tel 8 '74 '92 '74 '90 104.00 JOG.OO '91 96.00 97.00 '90 103.50 105.50 99.00 101.00 81.00 83.00 99.00 101.00 '90 104.00 106.00 '74 102.00 104.00 '74 102.00 104.00 A SVSTEM THAT AUTO- MATICALLY REPORTS "MS POSITION OF A VEHICLE WHEM THE DRIVER TOUCHES A MAP, HAS BEEN DEMONSTRATE} A PATROL OFFICER, FOR EXAMPLE, CAN NOW TOUCH A POINT CORRESPONDING TO HIS POSITION ON A GRID-MOLNTED MAP... 2.947 fw TurtW Inlormorion l.nj tt Itll-cddrtlttd la Cenodo 245 SI. Conoda IN EDMONTON RIVIERA THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER For your convenience in making reservations CAU LONG DISTANCE AND ASK FOR ZEnilh 0-7255 at no cost to you iNDurniAi Alta G T 914% '90 102.00 104.0C Mean '91 103.00 104.0 B C. For '92 100.50 102.5 fi'.C. Tel Ws% '90 104.00 106.00 Bell Tel 914% '79 104.50 106.5C Bell Tel '93 103.50 105.50 CPR '89 103.00 105.0C CP Sec '90 101.00 103.0C Cdn Util 954% '91 102.00 103.0 CMHC 9Vt% '90 102 00 103.0 Gulf Oil '90 103.50 105.5 Inter P P '90 103.00 105.0 Massey '80 101.00 Noranda 914% '90 102.50 104.K Int Nickel '90 104.00 105.0 N and C G 914% '91 104.00 106.00 S of Cdn '90 103.50 105.5C T C Pipu '90 103.00 105.0 Tr Cdn P 10% '90 106.00 108.0C CONVERTIBLES Alta G T 714% '90 119.00 IZl.Oi Cons Gas 514% '89 99.00 101.00 92.00 94.01 '89 88.00 90.01 90.00 92.0C '91 119.00 121.0C '82 83.00 '88 73.00 78.0C Scurry R T Cdn P 5 WC Tr C 5V4% WC Tr Dynasty 7 Acklands Good week for permits. Building permits lotallinf more than were issuec at city hall during the week ending July 30. A permit was taken out by Parkins Construction Ltd. of Edmonton for the Hen- derson Park ice facility. The project was recently approved by city council. Tiie ice centre is expected tc be completed by late October. R. G. Rittenhouse was issued a permit for a farm machinery rental warehouse al 421 33rd St. N. The building will be leased to Prairie Farm Power Ltd. for storage of farm machinery. Permits totalling were also issued for 11 single and semi-detached resi- dences. NAMES COMMANDER RABAT, Morocco (Renter) ing Hassan appointed a new commander Thursday of the loyal Guard, Col. Abdessalem Sefrioui. He replaces Gen. Mo- hamfid Medbouli, alleged leader of the July 10 abortive coup who was killed in fighting when dis- sident troops attacked the king's palace. APPOINTMENT JVIERA GW. MOTOR HOTEL 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2610 ERNIE KOVACS Mr. Brian Sidorsky, President of Sidorsky's Furniture Ltd. and Sidorsky's Mobile Homes is pleased to announce the ap- pointment of Mr. Ernie Kovacs as General Manager of the combined Lethbridge branch opening soon in Lethbridge. Ernie is well qualified in this area and welcomes oil his friends to come and see him. He is married with three children, two boys and a girl, The Bank of Nova Scotia EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES LEADING TO MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER EDUCATION EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROMOTION AND SALARIES BASED ON MERIT We are looking for aggressive young men, age 21 to 24, with some Business Administration education, to enter our training program. Arrange to discuss your future with the Bank of Nova Scotia by contacting! G. D. BLAIR Phono 327-5794 By PETER LEICHNITZ Canadian Press Staff Writer A major sell-off of western oil issues highlighted trading on Canadian stock markets this week, as prices in most sectors closel lower in light trading. The sell-off, due to "profit- taking" by investors in issues trading near, or at, highs for the year forced western oil is- sues sharply lower. At Toronto, the western oil index dropped 11.42 points, to 225.96. Thursday, the index lost 5.74 points, its sharpest decline Hippies, policemen look alike VANCOUVER (CP) Sine. Vancouver city police launchec their drug crackdown in Ga town last Friday, it has be- come almost impossible to dis tinguish between policeme and hippies, narcotics agen and pushers. The policemen, who are a lowed to choose their own guises, wear costumes rangin from early Gastown to fashio able suburbia, with hairstyle to match. They check in at headquar ters on motorcycles, bicycles in bare feet, and even, in on case, in a white Cadillac COE vertible. One policeman arrived fo work this week in cut-offs, dirty tee shirt, headband and scraggly blonde shoulde length wig. But he had forgo ten to remove his watc and he needed a coating canned suntan to darken his white legs and feet. Then it took 10 minutes dirty his feet and entrust th watch to someone else. Another agent was so suc- cessful in his disguise he wa arrested outside P beer parlo for carrying a concealed wee- on a dagger tucked in hi belt. He was released after makin his identity known at the polic station and went back to Gas town to make two arrests. The crackdown, prompted b} such extensive trafficking the renovated old part of th city that it has been tagged "dnig has resul ed in about 50 arrests. Herbert makes steady progress CAPETOWN (Reuter) Adrian Herbert, South Africa' !irst heart-lung transplant pa tient, was making steady prog ress, a bulletin issued at Groote Schuur Hospital said today. The bulletin said Dr. Chris iaan Barnard, who performec .he transplant six days ago, wa lappy with his patient's condi tlon. Herbert, a 47-year-old denta :ecnnician, is the world's fourtt multiple organ transplant recip ent. Three similar operation carried out in the United State were unsuccessful. United Motors Appointment MR, A. V. (Al) DORGE Mr. T. G. Martin, Vice-Presi- dent and General Manager pleased to announce the appoint- ment of Al Dorge os Service Manager. In his new position Al will be responsible for all as- pects of the new-approach-to- service program recently intro- duced at Uniled Motort Co. ltd. Al brings to his new position n valuable background having operafed his own business and served ox service manager for largo dealership. He is mar- ried, has 4 children and is a member of the Norbrldge Lioni Club. p trend since Dec. 1970. In recent weeks, many oil issues have been trading at highs for the year. At New York, prices dropped to their lowest level in almost six months, as the New York market closed lower for the third consecutive session. On the Montreal and Canadian exchanges, the composite index rose .47 points, closing at 179.84. Combined volume on the two exchanges was 6.60 million shares, compared with 7.30 million last week. At Toronto, trading was light throughout trie week. Total volume was 8.83 million shares, down from 10.12 million last week. The Toronto industrial index, the prime indicator of market activity closed at 177.49, down 1.94 points. A round of newsprint price increases, early in the week, sent paper and forest issues moderately higher. MacMillan Bloedel announced a eight-dollar-a-ton price increase Monday for newsprint delivered west of the Rockies, and by the end of the week all of Canada's major newsprint producers had made similar increases. The Toronto market's paper and forest index climbed 2.83 points to At New York, the Dow Jones industrial average of 30 key blue-chip stocks lost 29.36 points, closing at 858.42, its lowest level since Jan. 27, 1971. Analysts said the threat of na-t i o n w i d e steel and railway strikes in August had an adverse effect on the market. News that the U.S. government's leading index of economic indicators declined in June, for the first time in four months, also had a dampening effect on prices. Gold issues continued to post strong advances. Observers said heavy trading, coupled with a lack of gold and corresponding higher prices on the London bullion market, were responsible for One advance. Earlier in July, the price of gold reached a two-year high in London. At Toronto, the gold index climbed 8.19 points, to 193.30. Trading in base metal issues remained sluggish, with most issues trading within a narrow range. Zinc price increases, an-nouced Tuesday by three of Canada's major producers had little effect on the market. On tlie week, the Toronto base metal index lost .44 points to r W One rnrclrss company rejected by audit VANCOUVER (CP) The Sun says an auditor's report filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C., says the tangled financial affairs of Medicor leave doubt about its ability to function as a going business concern. Medicor, owned by a group of doctors with headquarters in Minneapolis, Minn., is the parent company of Vancouver Canucks of the National Hock ey League. The Sun says the report was filed with the commission July 7, more than two months late, after the U.S. regulatory body had suspended stock exchange trading in Medicor shares. After the report was filed, trading was permitted to resume. The newspaper says the auditors, Haskins and Sells, refuse the usual certificate of approval for Medicofs 1970 accounts and express uncertainty as to the propriety of its presentation. The report, which accompanies consolidated financial statements and schedules filed by Medicor, refers to a Canucks tors as unsound viously-reported net loss of million in 1970 and a deficiency in working capital on Dec. 31, 1970, of more than million. grants arrive Homeowners grants totalling were received at cits hall Friday. The shipment from the prb-vincial government brings this year's total to date to out of in grant applications made by the city on behalf of local homeowners. Grants are received at city hall for distribution to local persons as they are processed by the provincial government. City hall assessment office personnel have issued their traditional yearly plea to homeowners to be patient if tiieir grants have not yet been mailed out. The grants are mailed as soon as they are received from the province. men face charges VANCOUVER (CP) Two Alberta men were committed for higher court trial on charges of fraud and forgery involving postal money orders. Ronald Mitchell, 29, of Calgary was committed on a total of 38 counts and Robert Glushek. 33. of Edmonton was committed on 42. Bail was set at cash or property for Mitchell. Glushek is free on DISTANCE The moon is about miles from the H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker I EDMONTON 1 I 0 1 L I I V "seisoeoi v 1 V Xjfc COBTTJ Hioni OPPORTUNITIES IN NEWLY-FORMED VILLAGE Proposals are invited from corporations or Individuals interested in developing commercial facilities and services at the newly-formed village of Elk-ford, 20 miles north of Natal, B.C. About 300 families ore expected to live there by this fall. Please direct Inquiries tot J. F. BUCKINGHAM, General Supervisor, Personnel Cominco Ltd. Trail, B.C. Tel. NORTH COUNTY REGIONAL RECREATION AREA requires a "RECREATIONAL DIRECTOR" LOCATION: Picture Butte; including Nobleford, Barons, and the North County Region. QUALIFICATION: Preference given to applicant with university training in Recreation, Physical Education, Social Science, or equivalent, or experience. SALARY, Open to negotiation defending on Application! Close August 16lh, 1971. Contact: BOX 157, RECREATION SECRETARY PICTURE BUTTE, Crossword HUGE, IMMENSE, TITANIC ACROSS 1 Bedims, 6 Braziliar city. 11 Cuts close. 16 Feral fellow. 21 Western Indian. ZZ Wed. 23 Avian abode. 24 American playwright. 25 Inky flyer. 26 Dickens novel. 29 Past. 30 Festive. 32Toklo notable. 33 Cluster. 34 Dowry. 35 Knowledge. 37 Not Illicit. 40 Famous flag maker. 42 Betsy and Arnold. 44 46 Periods. tide. 50 Western redman, 61 Ill-defined. 1 Righteous. 2 Insect stage, 3 Flavor. Spilled the beans. 6 Musical Instrument, 7 Makes furious. 8 Be situated. Greek letter. 10 World in'69. 11 English printer. 12 Tranquil. 13 Iron 14 Early Scotsman! 93 Relatives. 97 French port 100 Strange. 101 Not so hot. 103 Tropical fish. 54 Making inquiry. 56 Globule. 68 French novelist. 62 Most delicate. 64 Do trapping. 106 Given, 66 Retain. 108 Safety S3 Singing group. 69 Com past point. 70 Soothe. 72 English river. 74 Servant. 76 Letter. 77 High notes. 79 Authoress Anita. 81 Thorough- fares. B3 Geological formation. 85 Adam's 86 Military groups. 83 African capital, 90 Put !n office. 91 Count at cribbage. 110 Room: Sp. 111 Glrl'i name 112 Burmese tribesman. 113 Feudal bigwig. 115 Mirthful ttoriE. 117 Spring period. 119 Stream. 120 Water blrd> 168 American 122 American author. naturalist 169 Prominent 124 Leftover. parson. 126 Approach- 170 Helpers. Ing. 171 Footloose 123 Adjust anew. fellow. 130 Guinyc guy. i72Copktes. 132 Money 173Japaneat holder. Island. 134 Instructs: 174 Metal: pT. 135 Doleful. 175 Exigencies. 137 Sheltered, 139 Farming need. 140 Pale. 141 145 Work. 149 White House man. 153 Conjunction. 154 Roper. 156 Merganser duck. 158 Exacer- bated. 160 Merry: Ff. 161 N. England scenic 166 Swiftly. DOWN 15 Organlza- 49 Literary 71 French .tion. work. river. 16 Encounters. 61 Receptacles. 73 Belief. 17 Yale. 52 Bridal path.- 75 Three: Geri 18 Habitation- 53 Where 78 Cut. 19-TItle, buffalo 80 Pittsburgh 20 Campus roamed. product. ordeals. 54 last. 82 Sixpences. 27 Projection. 65 Relative. 84 N. Mexico 28 At a 57 Kind of fufll. pass, distance, 59 Deity: 2 87 Abraham's 31 Of a vvds. wife. beverage. 60 French 89 Flower parL 36 Small case. river. 92 French 38 Irritates, 61 out novelist. 39 Corrupt. (barely 94 Indonesian 41 Channel Isle. island. 63 Pacific sea. 95 majority. 43 Food staple, 65 Boredom. 97 Provide 45 Dance. 67 Bakery food. 47 Show anger. Items. 98 Cognizant. 99 Coal lode, 102 Great 104 In harmony. 105 It pendant. 107 Thrash, system. 1142ot> attraction. 116 Mr. Lapham. 1l8Farewelf. I21 Black-fin 123 Cube 125 Muse of history. .127 Puny pig. 129 Inni. 141 Poker 131 Given a pat on the back. 142 E. Indian 133 Inveigled. 136 Cross out. 138 Apparel Item. 140 Sadness. tree. 143 Swedish name. 144 Tennis stroke. 146 157 Whip mart nickname. 159 Repair. 148 Lock. 162 Nixon al 150 Desert plant. 163 Kobe coin. 151 Confronted. 164ForthameI 152 Layers. 155 Roman emperor. 165 Girl's name. poet, Dlagramless 23 x 23, Bert ACROSS 1 Rio de la C Port of 7Somethina derived. 8 Make sure. 10 Founder of the Amlsh. ISAbradea. 17 Horses. 18 Slumber. Sommeft SO Delhi garb. 21 Grateful. of. 29 Lasso. 30 Capital In tfie news. 32 Trite. 35 Savory. 38 Candy. 42 Solo. 43Cityonthfl Rhone. 44 Sly 46 Word of regret. 47 Skidded. 49 Sticky stuff. BO Ancient temple. 51 Artist's gear. 53 Perfect, 56 Eerie sounds. rest (mako 59 Metric measure. 60 Unqualified. 62 Iron. Law. 66 Sacred: pref. 67 "Fop good- nes B head 73 Shsttow: pref. Miles. 75 Ring up. 77 Shallow vessel. 78 Church councils. 3 Border on. 4 Mexican snacks. 5 Garrets. 8 More rational. 9 Oklahoma city. 80 River mouthf. 10 Contraction. 81 Streams. 83 Mints. 84 Arizona National Monument, 85 Golf club. DOWN 1 Spruces up. 2 burdened. 11 Shapes. 12 Forecast. 14 Grow rich. 15 Spanish festival. 16 Secret agent; Ger. 21 African river. 22 Shield border! her. Prejudice. 24 Opp. of 25 Romance language: abbr. 26 Nickname. 27 Dozes. 28 Male geese. 31 Laundry equipment 32 Founds. 34 Sound. 36 Woody 37 Permitted. 39 Speechify. 40 Boats of a sort. 41 Methods: abbr. 43 French friend. 45 Distress signal. 62 Jacob's wife. 54 Pain. 55 Reclined. E6Sea: pref. 57 Old Greek coin. German admiral. 61 Kind of soup. 64 Speech defects. 65 Like some rashes. 68 Halls. 69 Mongol leaders. 71 King or queen. 72 Tracks. 76 Fiats. 77 Race track term. 79 Vessel. 80 Teeth: pref. 82 Typesetter, for CRYPTOGRAMS 1. WAMIBL2H WAOTJT B BIGOIBLIMIT BIGOAKS Kff .SOLUTIONS OF IAST WEEK'S VOOSXS By Nathan. W. Hsrrll QRAWILS BRELUS COO QUIETLY ITS QTA JTOTT QTJE BTEISIT. 3.LI KEXXAXT FGURWYG OHIO KYGWHKO BAZAFEORYG LYHXO FAT fcYHZ BUG OLItZZ FUI. By EdwardS. UOT< taat Week'a Cryptograms It scorn B queer that Dame Pineapple, long avowed Hawaiian Queen, Is neither pippin nor evergreen. X Twin marriage woeful fligrt of mutual mistrust V Little Minnie Mouse lost her little mini dress nnd fmMon found ft Field Enterprises, Inc., 1971 ;