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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 4, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOB HERALD 19 The Herald- Business Stocks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McQuaif Ltd.) 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Catalytic converters lead-free gasoline. Ford Motor Co. of Canada and Chrysler Canada had in- dicated that more than 70 per cent of their 1975 cars made for sale in Canada would not be equipped with the converters. The CAA said that it expects about two per cent of automo- biles in this country will require unleaded fuels by the end of 1974. This will rise steadily to 16 per cent of all cars in Canada. The federal industry depart- ment and the CAA have sur- veyed major oil companies to find out how many service sta- tions would handle lead-free gasoline in the next two years, the association said. By Oct. 1 this year, about 18 per cent of the more than 28.000 service stations in the country will provide unleaded gasoline, the CAA said. This would rise to 25 per cent bv July 1. 1975. I'rovincially. the figures would vary from a low of 15 per cent of the gasoline outlets in New Brunswick to a high of 40 per cent in Newfoundland by mid-1975. Between 14 and 17 per cent of the service stations in the northern territories would supply lead- !ree gas. CITY FOUNDED Fredericton. N.B.. dates back to 1783 although settlements on the city's site are recorded in the 17th cen- tury. gold mined in Canada, which is one of the world's largest producers. _ Besides the free trade in gold bullion. Canada also has the world's oiiiy gold futures market, which is in Winnipeg, and it too has been busier than ever before. In contracts for delivery a year from now, the price reached 205 an ounce the other day before going into a decline. The trading here begins each morning at about 11 o'clock, with the arrival of "the fixing" the day's closing price from London, where it is then late afternoon. The bank uses that figure to set its own price. The gold is sold in pieces of one ounce. 25 grams. 50 grams, and 100 grams, all of which are called wafers, and in bars ranging up to 40 ounces. The bank will keep the gold tor customers, but many of them just tuck a square of it into a pocket or purse and take it away. Although Canadians may buy and sell gold bullion freely, it is illegal for Americans to own it. even here, so every customer must give his home address and sign a bill of sale under the declaration: "1 hereby certify that the above transaction does not in any way contravene the gold regulations of the U.S. treasury department." But it is generally assumed that there are United States citizens among the crowds ol customers. All of the cities at which the bank maintains bullion windows Vancouver. Calgary. Ottawa. Montreal and Toronto are close to the border, and as a clerk here readily conceded: "We certainly aren't checking the home addi esses." Executive luxury This luxury commuter bus by British Leyland Motors Canada Ltd. is for executives used to chauffeured limousines. It can take 20 executives and two secretaries any- where in fuel-economic luxury. Bottom photo shows secretarial area with electric typewriter and photo copier. There is a lounge and bar at the rear. No energy crisis says Tory critic BRESLAU. Ont. (CPi There is no energy crisis in Canada. Alvin Hamilton. Progressive Conservative energy critic, said Sunday. Mr. Hamilton. Member ol the Commons for Qu'appelle Moose Mountain and former agriculture minister in the Diefenbaker cabinet, was speaking at an energy seminar sponsored by the party's Waterloo Cambridge Association in this Kitchener area community. He said Quebec and the Atlantic provinces are "going to end up this winter with from five million to seven million barrels more than they need down there. Mr. Hamilton criticized the federal government for its "phoney political stance" during the so-called crisis. He said he does not foresee the price of Arab oil returning to the level that existed before last September. The'seminar recommended a uniform price for oil be set across the country. 50.000 "B52F (20-YMr Insurance) II would pn feu 10 compm Mm plan. MONTHLY Mm) Ag. 30-S195 S23J3 KEN BELSHER OCCIDENTAL LIFE 43M-HOLIDAY VILLAGE CORRECTION DAY AD lonpegeSof which appM Saturday, March 2, Lethbridee Herald. The foflewing item should hare read. IRISH SPRING SOAP Bath ebe bars of deodorant 5 for 1.44 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA PresenMy has a limited number oJ excellent car and truck franchise opportunities available in smaller, thriving communities m Alberta: with strong established economies, and excellent prospects o1 stability for future growth Financial and Management assistance Available reply in strict to Manager General Motors of Canada 4220 Blacfcfoot Trail South CitQiry, S.E. Alberta or Phone 243-M21 CALGARY ;