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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta v. I: Saturday, May 26, 1973 TH! UTHBRIDGE HEftAUB 23 Bond prices Reader's Digest editors relinquish full control Supplied by Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 5Vi% Oct. 1, '75 95.50 96.50 8 July 1, '78 102.00 103.00 Sept. 1, '83 78.00 79.00 Sept, 1. '92 79.50 80.50 3 Sept. 15 Perp 38.00 40.00 April 3, 75 98.50 99.50 7V4% July 1, '75 100.00 101.00 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS CP Ltd '89 103.00 CP Sec 94s% '90 106.00 Cdn Uttil '91 107.00 CWNG '90 106.00 Gulf Oil '90 102.00 Inter P P '90 106-00 Massey '80 106.00 Noranda '90 105.00 Ml Nickel 9V4% '90 106.50 N and C G 9irzr, '91 107.00 St of Cdn '90 107.00 Tr Cdn P '90 107.00 Tr Cdn P '90110.00 WC Tr '93 96.25 CONVERTIBLES 105.00 108.00 109.00 108.00 104.00 108.00 108.00 107.00 108.50 109.00 109.00 109.00 112.00 98.75 Alberta Ontario Ont Hyd New Br Nfld N. S. Quebec Alberta Man Hyd Sask Nfld AGT Man Tel '90 104.00 '88 9KOO '94 105.00 '90 107.00 '74 99.00 i '92 84.00 '74 101.00 '90 104.00 '91 97.00 '90 104.00 '90 106.00 '74 200.00 '74 100.00 106.00 93.00 107.00 109.00 101 00 86.00 1003.00 106.00 98.00 106.00 108.00 102.00 102.00 Alta G T '90 135.00 145.00 Cdns Gas 5 Dynasty 7 Acklands Scur Rain 7li WC Tr C 5V> WC Tr 7Vi '89 81.00 83.00 '82 92.00 102.00 '88 96.00 98.00 '88 86.00 89.00 '88 75.00 80.00 '91 98.00 101.00 CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. (AP> Dewitt and Lila Acheson Wal- lace have relinquished their ab- solute control of The Reader's Digest and thus ended an era of unparalleled journalistic suc- cess. Fifty-one years ago, they launched the pocket-size publi- catio n with an investment and an unshaken belief that man can succeed if he tries hard enough. There were charter subscribers. Today, the Digest sells 17.75 million copies in the United States alone, plus 11.5 million in 13 languages and 24 inter- national editions. A four-color page of advertis- ing goes for more than any other magazine, and last year's advertising revenues to- talled million. The May is- sue's revenue was a record million, a spokesman! said. The Wallaces announced, j this week that they were step-' ping aside as co-chairmen and i naming Walter Wood Hitesman., I 54, as president and chief oper-! i ating officer. The Wallaces are j designated founders and be- come corporate directors. I Hitesman had been first vice- president, rising through the 1 ranks since 1948. A graduate of Louisiana State University, where he edited the I Daily Revele, Hitesman was a major in charge of U.S. Marine i Corps publications in the Sec- j ond World War. He is a Baton Rouge, La., native and lives with his wife Betty in Bedford, I N.Y. I SELKIRK HOLDINGS LTD. DIVIDEND NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a quarterly dividend of seven ond o half per share Has been declared on the outstanding Class "A" non-voting shares without nominal or par value in the Capitol Stock of Company payable on June 29, 1973 to holders of Class "A" shares of record at the close of business on 15, By Order of the Boaid F. T. W. NASH, Secretary. Toronto, Ontario May 9, 1973. Gold prices INDUSTRIALS Alta G T Alcan B.C. For B.C. Tel Bell Tel Bell Tel 9% '90 105.50 107.50 '91 106.00 108.00 '92 107.00 109.00 '90 104.50 106.50 '79 105.00 107.00 '93 107.00 109.00 WINNIPEG (CP) Gold' futures. U.S. funds. Winnipeg! Commodity Exchange close j j Friday. I Jly 73 107.39: Oct 73 110.00B; Jan 74 112.50B: Apr 74 116.75B; Jly 74 118.75B. Thursday's volume: 41 con- tracts. INSURANCE MONDAY, p.m. SPECIAL Feeder Hog and Baby Coif Sales We carry Hartford Insurance en all Livestock coming to and going from our market. Wednesday j o.m. FAT CATTLE SALES SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. WE BUY AND SELL FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS DAILY FRIDAY 10 a.m. and FEEDER CATTLE SALES 1 p.m. STOCK CALF AND FEEDERS Fri., June 1 300 head of Stacker and Feeder Cartle Leaning toiver The 200-foot-high con- 'ciner crane at Vancouver's Centennial Pier is out of action for o month after being knocked off its moveoble dolly by a freighter this week. Dam- age was estimated at Market calm restored as gold demand abates If you're a Jf you're a IrlLL man come to the store Jhal's got it all the Mr. 'n Tall Shop Suits and sports jackets, sizes 40-58 Tall shirts, neck sizes 14V2 to 19. sleeves to 38 Big shirts. neck sizes 1 7 to 21 sleeves to 38 Shoes to 16, most Widths Extra long ties plus underwear, pyjamas socks. Mail orders prompliy filled. Write for free catalogue. SHOP (ALTA) LTD. Penny Lane Mail J13-51" 8th Ave. w Calqary By SANDRA TNGALSBE Canadian Press Staff Writer Some degree of calm returned to major stock markets this week as the fierce demand for gold abated and gains in other sectors reflected renewed confidence. Canadian markets were closed Monday and did not feel the impact of steep losses at New York until Tuesday. The New York market, however, had already begun a rally which boosted other market; and continued through the week H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker LETHERIDG6 PHONE COUTTS Home Office Ph. 344-3822 f Analysts say the main In- fluence on Canadian markets continues to be trends on Wall i Street where the Watergate j scandal and pressure on the j U.S. dollar have added to tiie recurring fears of inflation and a recession. j This week, however, markets I improved as stability returned to dollar trading in world j money markets and the frantic rise in bullion prices subsided. The New York market also wa? buoyed by news of a sur-; plus trade balance in April, the J first in 19 months, and a slow-' ing in the rate of increase in the consumer price index. DOW JONES RISES i At New York, the Itow Jones average of 30 industrials rose on the week 35.67 to 930.84 and the Toronto industrial index. considered a major indicator of market trends, rose 5.32 to 209.49. The gold index fell 29.07 I to 272.84, a drop of 37.27 points j since its all-time high of 310.11 i recorded May 14. j The memory of recent short- j lived rallies remains on most i investors' minds and many i vonder whether the upswing is the beginning of a sustained im- i provement or another tem- porary rebound. j 'PURCHASING FREEHOLD MINERAL RIGHTS Reply to Box No. 110, Lethbridge Herald EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR FEEDING AND LOADING HOGS. ED FRENCH 328-3986 DAN KLASSEN 345-4358 KEN MILLER, MAGRATH 758-6607 IOU DEJAGER 345-4489 WHIT HENINGER 328-7354 CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK TO: C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK "In The Heart of Canada's Ranching Country" Ph: Office 327-0101 _ 327-3986 Alberto Stockyard! P.O. BOX S.S.I-7-7, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Crossword OLD TESTAMENT THINGS ACPOSS Royal Trust COMPANY Because of our huge expansion program we require Two Real Estate Sales Consultants are the largest real estate company in Canada Our record is one sale every 44 minutes in one of our 77 offices ocross Canada We trade houses from coast-to-coast. We have a monthly magazine showing our listings anywhere in Canada. If you are a self starter and want to join o company with better rhan average benefits. Call JACK C. HIGGINS at 328-7761 for an rnterview. Gas turbine readv to go i MONTREAL (CP'> United Aircraft of Canada Ltd. has an-! nounced completion of the larg- est industrial gas turbine en- i ever built in Canada. It will be us ad to drive the I most powerful gas compressor in Canada, at the pump- mg station of Alberta Gas j Trunk Line Co. A United Aircraft spokesman said the gas turbine engine will develop shaft horsepow- er It is 27 feet long, seven feet hish, and weighs eight tons. 1 Play 6 Item philatelist 11 Expressions of contempt 15 20 Fly or lady 2t State 22 Dripping' wet 23 LawnJool 24 A way to heaven 26 Loquacious beast 28 Tiny: Scot. 23 Seaport in Wales 30 Slander 31 Educ. group 32 Footfall 33 Queries 35 Trumpeter Al 36 Pagan's god 37 Sockdolager 39 "...anda Happy 42 40-dav cruiieshio 44 Eveiqreen 45 Jupiter 1 Weight 2 NT. word of contemct 5 Make of it A Gangman E Solution 6 of his word 7 Striplings 8 Name for a cottage 9 On pins and needles 10 Cousteau's milieu 11 Little Barbara Document 48 Bird 49 Monitor lizard 50 Girl's nickname 51 American educator 53 Bid for 57 Crater oart 58 Comedian George 59 Predicamen 61 Cussed 62 Unfounded 64 lance 65 Song of joy 67 Shiner, of a sort 68 A.E C.'s concern 69 Toolshea items 70 Big wheel 72 Before 73 Dessert '75 Greek name 76 Bia Calif. 77 Card 79 Someone pise s child 80 Swamp gas 82 Bean 33 Bard's "below" S4 Twofold: abbr. 85 Blue Eagle initials: pi. 86 "-likeit hot..." 87 Weds 90 Hebrew letters 93 Baby 95 Letter stroke S6 Roman 106 97 Lather up again 99 Relinquish 100 Man of wisdom 101 S. African 102 He's sack 104 Stir things up 105 In dream- land 106 Cute babies, e.g. 107 Eve 111 Long or short DOWN 12 Biblical musician 13 Hit a one 14 English 15 Dotted. Her. 16 G. I. uniforms 17 Afr. nation 18 Counselor 19 Jonas, of polio fame 20 Mpnv.ith records: abbr. 25 Seat for a toddler 27 Notmucn, hut it's 30 Generally 32 Read 34 RoseO'Nei1 dolls 36 "So what 37 Roman holiday 38 Garden of Eden fruit 39 Protuber- ances 40 Sinful Extend upward 43 Excla- mations of surprise 44 Restrain 113 Writer Eudora 114 Meniscus 115 Pierceabie items 117 Fruit 118 Soaked-var. 119 Top note 120 Starlet 122 Orchestra VIP 125 Salesman's door-stop 128 Plants with betrayer's name 130 Biblical "brass" 132 Moving force 133 Muzzein's call to prayer 134 Drags "35 Phoned 136 "Uncle 137 Ojibway sect 138 Beneficiaries of an act 139 Pillar: comb, form to beeos used for beads 47 Poster paint 50 Soft Jeather 52 MorM giant 54 of many colors 55 Bolivian citv 56 Writer Stephen V. 58 Flash 59 Three- Ger. 60 Staff that 63 And the rest 64 Fit king 21" X 21'% by Henry V.Straka ACROSS FOR SALE EXCLUSIVE Executive type split level home on large landscaped corner lot; 3 bedrooms; living room with large kitchen and dining area with built-in units; uniquely finished rumpus room with fireplace; utility and furnace rooms; o com- pletely 4 roomed suits. Close to schools, bus service, shopping and only a minutes drive from industrial oreo. VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY PHONE 327-8242 the RIVIERA MOTOR HOTEL Welcomes you to Edmonton To help moke your stay more we would like to introduce you to all our facilities. MORE PEOPLE STAY AT THE RIVIERA- BECAUSE THE RIVIERA OFFERS YOU MORE! Write or Telephone IVIERA MOTOK HOTEL 5359 CALGARY TRAIL 43-43-43-1 1 Recreation area.in France 5 Time of life 8 Woodwind 9 Study hurriedly 1Q Breakfast, lunch and dinner 12 Greek god 13 Cleopatra's river 15 TV group 17 Fearless 19 Bellini opus 21 Road builder 22 French association 24 Bakerv specialty 27 Wood pre- servatn e 29 Custody 30 Glacial ridge 31 Garden tool 33 McCarthy orTunne' 34 Blue Eagle initials 35 Decad 36 Of a peni- tential season 38 Israeli actress: first name Accident 43 Favorite dassert 46 Caii dav 48 Hollow tube 51 Crazed with murderous 53 Abundant supply 54 Spanish gentleman 58 60 Compaction in Grenoble 61 Complamers 62 Make into law 66 Bowing term 6" Child's pet Tran- quillity 3 Kind of milt pie 76 World War I admiral 63 forcibly 64 Italian oainter 65 Nebraska Town 67 Adroit 69 Alone 70 Metes 73 Ship part 74 Civil disturbance 75 Electrical unit abbr. 76 Kind of gin DOWN Certain dog, for short 78 Erwin 81 Iceboat part 82 Siren Home of operatic barber 87 Fished 88 All 89 Dubbed one 91 Bubbles 7 Mr. Lincoln 3 a different color 4 Unmarrieo 5 Land unit 6 Fnglish clink 7 Naval officer: abbr. 9 Solon 11 Messy- dresser 14 Choose by ballot 92 Fresh talk S4 N. Mex. Indian 95 it! 98 Morn or Daa 100 Worth salvaging 101 Encomoass 103 Lay-out 106 Put down 15 Abbot's No 2 man 16 Singer Ed 18 Exhaust 19 Native of Oslo 20 Atlantic or Paoittc 21 Head Highlander 23 Lat abbr. 24 Lair 25 Hebrew measure 26 Lastnueen of Spain 107 Remove: Sp. 108 Reason for 42-A 109 Garland 110 Nature's fan 112 Penna. town 113 Globes 116 SamorJ.C. 28 Supplement, usually with "out" 29 Depressions 32 Abstract being 33 Supernatur- al sea-ant 37 Pace 39 Exclamation of surprise 41 Mornings: abbr. 42 Verse composition 43 Conifers 118 Holy one: Fr abb'. 120 Followers 121 It train-; tars: abbr. 123 Literary name 124 Sibilatior House cookies 44 Lifeless Lamp'eys 46 U.S. ag'cv. 47 Philiopine peasant 48 Lil 49 Saucy 50 U S tax ag cy. 5? Ingenuity 53 SingerSal- 55 Like some teenagprs 56 Granted temporary use of CRYPTOGRAMS SOI ITIONS OF TFEEK'S PUZZLES t. "KUXX NELMOOMBY, O M L A f T SIX ONTO NE K B U AUNT. SINS BE E! 2. IDAS LYN LENDO XGLAHORIW 126 Mountain: combining form 177 Land's 129 Babylopiafl aod 130 Russian ooiice erg, '31 Mowed grass 57 Friction matches 59 Poi ingredient 65 Gear of a sort 66 Out ot kilter 68 Cauda' 69 Health resort 71 Ancienf cardqa 72 Holy one; Fr pbnr ANT X S M K M V E -By K. V. Brass Y U R G H .Y. E X 0 S A R Y W LI L G Y X N Y L N IT S X O ARC G LING OWL? -By Alfred Jeroms. S. ULKRHYNKZX AVTHVKXZ VOTERS R H E R. 0 R H E 0 K S K A K V Z R A L V Z A Y R UKSL YOYASENVSY. -ByK.V.B. Lust Week's 1. today attacked latest civil strike M "not very 2. Poor sport lost loop. ;