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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November 1, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - IS Market opens on lower note Better housing in prospect TORONTO (CP) - Prices on! the Toronto slock market drifted lower In light mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was down .38 to 160.44, golds .41 to 137.81 and western oils .21 to 201.35. Base metals were up .15 to 69.58. Volume by 11 a.m. was 343,000 shares, compared with 379,000 at the same time Friday. Advances outnumbered declines 82 to 61 with 168 issues unchanged. Weakest of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups were oil refining, steel, industrial mining and food processing. Banking, merchandising, utility and gen-oral manufacturing issues edged fractionally higher. Inco dropped' Vz to $25%, Stclco V\ to $21%, Bank of Montreal V� to $15%, Federal Grain J/4 to $7%. Husky Oil Ya to $15 and Du Pont V* to $17. Occidental Pete climbed % to $13%, Westinghouse Canada Vt to $12%, Tara V* to $10%, Sher-ritt V* to $11%, Asamera Vi to $14%, Royal Bank % fo $25% and International Utilities Vs to $39%. STOCKS NOON MONTREAL (CP) - Prices slipped lower in all sectors tx cept banks in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. On index, banks were up .36 to 201.03 while industrials were off .71 to 164.86, utilities .24 143.89, the composite .52 to 165.00 and papers .08 to 65.82. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges was 176,800 shares compared to 186,300 at the same time Friday. Highlighting losses, Canadian Javelin Ltd. was off $3 to $10. Velcro Industries $lVi to $12, Cominco % to $18 and Royal Trust % to $36. Texaco Canada rose % to $33, Shell Canada % to $33%, Fal-conbridge % to $65% and International Utilities % to $39%. MARKET LOWER NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices moved lower today in dull trading, continued their recent downward trend. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was off 6.49 at 832.51. Among Canadian issues, Dome Mines was off IVi to $51%, Canadian Pacific % to $12% and Genstar Ltd. V\ to $11%. On the American Stock Ex change, Canadian Javelin lost 1% to $9. Canadian Marconi gained % to $3.50. ByGeneFawcette MINIATURE SEATING HEARTS ARE BEING cSOWN IN A U.OF MIAMI LAB FROM ISOLATED HEART CELLS. PLACED ON A PLASTIC SURFACE, THE CELLS MULTIPLY TO FORM A THIN SHEET AND WITHIN 4-TO 5 PAfS BEGIN TO ASSUME A HEART-LIKE MASS WHICH GROWS-ANDBEATS... ...THOUSHSnU P/UMITIVC, TH&IWSt Me POSSIBILITY OFAC7VAUY660WIM6FULL SaeHCPtA&MEMTSFOA OlStHSeP MARTS.r 30zr T0.btoTnodd1.t1 to wrll.fai further TMf.rrn.tJon, itnd Itamptd, i.lf-addro,,.d, ftv.lop. to NIWI c/o Conodo Wido, 345 St. Jomoi St. W., Monln al 126, Canada. Livestock Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME TODAY Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) - Receipts on the Calgary Livestock market to 11 a.m. Monday were 800 head, mostly mixed grades of cows and stock calves. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold steady, condition considered. Heifers were in short supply and sold steady. Cows were mostly med ium and canner kinds with all grades selling steady. Bulls steady. Good to low choice steers 31 to 32.50, medium 29.50 to 30.75, Choice heifers 30.50 to 31.20, good 29.25 to 30.25, medium 28 to 29. Good cows 21 to 21.60, medium 20 to 20.75, canners and cutters 16 to 19.50. Good bulls 22.50 to 24. Replacements on offer were practically all stock calves sell' ing at steacy prices. Few good feeder steers 31.70 to 36. Few good stock cows 20 to 23. Good stock steer calves 40 to 48.50 good stock heifer calves 33 to 38 Hogs average base price 23.30 Hog sale Business Review Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrty, Roadliouse and McCualg) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 �.m. Quotes) By BUD JORGENSEN Canadian Press Staff Writer Better housing likely will be available to Canadians during the next few years and the current poor state of the economy is one of the reasons. While most of the economy is in a slump, the construction industry is expecting 1971 and 1972 will be boom years for residential construction. Projections for this year and next year put the industry ahead of targets set by the Economic Council of Canada and will more than offset the disappointing level of housing starts during 1970. Loan money now is readily available and the general level of business investment is low. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) - Rape-seed prices dropped slightly at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today following confirmation of a sharp decline in the Chicago soybean markets. Other commodities except rye were quiet. Rye posted fractional losses on commission house and some exporter buying interest. Volume of trade Friday was 791,000 bushels of flax, 3,310,000 of rapeseed and 423,000 of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: Nov. 1 lower 2.58%; Dec. 1% lower 2.45%; May % lower 2.53V4B; June 2.56B. Rapeseed Vancouver: Nov. lower 2.69ViB; Jan. VA lower 2.73B; March 1% lower 2.70%B; June 1% lower 2.65%B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay Dec. % lower 2.55%A; May % lower 2.63%A; July unchanged 2.62%B. Oats: Dec. Vs higher 66%A; May % higher 67%; July un changed 67%B. Barley: Dec. unchanged 1.06A; May unchanged 1.08%A; July unchanged 1.06-B. Rye: Dec. unchanged 95%A; May 1% lower 1.01; July 1% lower 1.04A. Consequently builders have few problems in getting loans. Governments are anxious to reduce unemployment levels and the federal government has increased planned expenditures for housing as part of a broad effort to stimulate the economy. Anthony Stukel, director of the economics and statistics division of Central Mortgage and Housing Corp., the federal housing agency, says about 195,000 new housing units will be completed during 1971. He said estimates of housing needs for this year, including new family formations and replacement units, is for about 190,000 units. Mr. Stukel was among speakers at a recent construction seminar sponsored by Southam Business Publications Ltd. An industry association spokesman did not bel i e v e prices would be forced down. "If I were in the market for a house, I wouldn't count on it." It was not liuely that construction costs would drop, although land costs could decline if municipalities and other levels of government make more serviceable land available and lower requirements for utility services. One expensive requirement is that electric cables be placed underground. While availability of housing is likely to improve, home ownership is expected to decline and government housing programs likely will become common. J. C. MacKay, a senior market analyst with Canadian Gypsum Co. Ltd. and another speaker at the Southam seminar, predicted that by the end of this decade "a conventionally built dwelling as we know it today will be out of the reach of two out of every three Canadian families." Mr. MacKay said mobile homes and manufactured homes may be the alternative. EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta hog producers marketing board: Edmonton: 23.35, average Friday, 23.49. Red Deer: 23.35, average Friday, 23.82. Calgary: 23.30, average Friday, 23.95. Lethbridge: 23.50, average Friday, 23.65. Lloydminster: No sale, average Friday 22.95. Hog sales today 1,266. Total Friday, 802, average 23.63. Sows average 13.40. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP - U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds up 3-32 at $1.00 8-16. Pound sterling up % to $2.49%. PAHULJE LAND and DEVELOPMENT LTD. 2618 - S. Parkside Dr. Lethbridge wishes to extend a hearty WELCOME to the new tenants in the PROFESSIONAL BUILDING Downtown on 4th Avenue S. Monarch Life Assurance Co. Dr. A. Dyer Cecil Oxenbury Dispensing Optician Chevrolet recall pressed DETROIT (AP) - James Roche, General Motors board chairman, has been urged to personally order the recall of several million 1965-69 Chevro-lets. The appeal came from auto safety critic Ralph Nader, who said the cars may have faulty engine mounts which could send the cars out of control. n al letter to Roche, Nader said "the motor mount failure leads to serious vehicle behavior patterns including jammed accelerators and gearshifts and loss of power assist to brakes and steering.' Nader was critical of recent remarks by GM President Edward Cole, who said the engine mount problem is nothing serious. Cole likened the loss of control to the situation after a tire goes flat. "If this is Mr. Cole's attitude," said Nader in his letter to Roche, "your assertion of complete control over this major vehicle defect problem is most necessary, "With Mr. Cole's defiance of reason and General Motors' own corporate interests, the respon-sibility now rests in your hands," Nader wrote. GM officials were not able for comment. avail- Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd., common 26Vt cents Nov. 30, record Nov. 5; four per cent pfd. 20 cents Dec. 1, record Nov. 5; 5% per cent pfd. 27 cents Dec. 1, record Nov. 5. MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES APPOINTMENT MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES Is pleased to announce that JOHN KEIVER Has rejoined their Sales Staff and effective immediately will be resident Salesman at their Blairmore Branch. John is well qualified in the mobilo home sales field and is looking forward to meeting new friends and customers in the Crowsnest Pass area. John was born and educated in Lethbridge, having more recently taken a Business Administration course at the Lethbridge Community College. He looks forward to introducing you to the new Pork-wood, Paramount and Glendale line of Mobile Homes for 1972. (11:00 a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlnex Alta East Gas Asamera Ashland Oil, Ga> B. P. Oil, Gas Cdn Southern Cdn Export Gas Cdn Home Cdn Home Pfd Cdn Ind Gas Cdn Long Is. Cdn Superior Central Del Rio Charter .Chteftan Dome Pete Dynamic Pete Great Plains Great Cdn Oil Loehlel Expl. Mill City New Cont. North Cdn Oil Numac Pan Ocean Permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Ratn Spooner Selbens Total Petrol Ulster West Decalta Westcoast Pete 50.50 18.50 15.25 42.00 6.1S 11.25 37.50 14.75 5.25 8.15 16.50 .61 29.75 4.55 1.15 1.65 .55 5.30 MISCELLANEOUS Aquatalne Brlnco Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pac Inv. Crowsnest Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Genstar Home Oil A Home Oil B Hudson Bay Hudson Bay i Hud Bay Oil Pfd A AO Hugh Russell jSn Husky Oil UMVi Husky Oil B 9 25 Husky Oil War 595 Inter Prov Pipe 5'30 Inter Prov Steel 3^5 Kaiser 7 90 Lake Dufault 15 00 M.G.F. Man. 9l3i/> Pacific Pete SO s'ck's Teledyne West Cdn Seed Whltepass CALGARY Acroll Barons Oil Madison North Cont. West Warner PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas Tr L A 47.50 .....Alia Gas Tr L Pfd 7ii.00 ll.lJVi Alta Nat Gas 20.00 9-50 inland Nat Gas 11.50 37 N and C Gas 13.75 1-1* N and C B Pfd 44 Pacific Gas Tr W Gaz Metro M Gei Metro Pfd A ll.Wa Tr Cdn Pipe 14-25 Tr Cdn P Pfd B .97 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 8.60 Tr Cdn P War 6.20 WC Trans MUTUAL FUNDS ���> Great Pacific 4.24 9 00 All Cdn Com All Cdn DWId 24 00 A|l cdn Ve"' . ,,,, Amr Gr F 5.1 2Vj agf special 29.00 Cdn In Fund 34.15VJ Col Mutual 22.25 Cmnw Inter 24.50 Cmnw Lev 4.95 Corp Invest 5.50 Corp In St F 11.00 Dreyfus F U.S. 31.25 Gr In Shares 31.50 Gr Equity 17.00 Invest Gr F 41.25 Invest Mutual Mutual Ac 4.65 Mutual Gr F 4.76 Nat Res 6.21 N W Fin 4.19 N W Gr 5.19 Principal Gr 3.74 6�2Vj Royfund 5.14 3.75 Temp Gr 4.77 United Ac 4..V Universal Sav 6.64 Univest 5.15 Vanguard VANCOUVER MINES Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Bath Norse Brenda Churchill Copper Croyden Dankoe Dolly Varden Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Granlsle Kamloops Copper Lornex Lytton Minerals Primer Pyramid Silver Standard Texmont Trojan Valley Copper WC Res INDUSTRIALS Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Sectirltiei of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) MINES 10.50 1.75 29.75 2.50 3.70 4.50 8.00 .45 .05 .10 .02 .30 28.00 12.75 5.00 65.00 34.00 42.00 63.50 9.50 24.00 5.33 5.23 6.78 4.40 5.70 4.11 5.35 5.21 5.03 5.03 5.67 9.49 10.40 .25 .06Vi .27 .53 3.55 .43 .15 .86 .23 4.70 .34 3.80 7.50 .07 5.25 .94 .om .33 1.10 .38 .26 8.00 04 7.85 8.79 3.50 5.74 2.74 4.30 5.66 4.64 Block Broth 2.95 8.55 B.C. Sugar 17.50 9.61 B.C. Sugar Ptd 16.00 3.80 Capt Inter 6.1 iVi 6.30 Crestbrook F Ind 3.25 Growers B 2.60 4.71 Key Indusf .22 6.22 Hys 2.65 12.06 13.25 Interior Brew 4.00 3.12 3.43 Inter Mariner .75 5.04 5.51 Okanagan Hellcpo 5.50 4.61 5.04 Pacific W Air 11.00 11.49 12.59 Stampede Intl Res .92 3.14 3.45 OILS 5.64 6.19 Albany Oils .30'A 10.05 10.99 Plains Pete .20 5.02 5.49 Western Explor .12 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont 77.25 Std Oil of 25.87'A Texas Gulf 23.25 Texas Co 03 it, Wlckes Corp Woolworlh N.J. 42.25 GM 12.871/j Gulf 24.37'/j Int Harvester 28.37Vj'Kenn Copper 53.75 Montgomery Ward 31.25 Westinghouse Elec 85.12'/4 147.25 Sears 90.37'/j U.S. Steel 27.00 69.25 113.37'A 30.87'/s 48.75 46.75 FOR SALE - CLOTHING STORE Handling clothing and footwear for the family and notions. Established 20 years. Large modern premises with room for expansion. Located in the centre of a rich irrigation district - sugar beets, potatoes, row crops. Town has seven industries, in federal govt, industrial incentive grant area. Trading population 7000, PFRA headquarters. Phone 654-2414 or apply Box 620, Vauxhall, Alberta Acme Advocate Asb. Akaltcho Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Central Pat. Chlmo Con west Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cralgmont Dickenson Mini Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Dona Ida Discovery Mines East Malartlc East Sullivan Falcon bridge Frobex First Marltlmes Giant Y.K. Bovls Grandue Headway R.L. Holllnger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Iron Bay iso Jollet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Lanqfs Silver Madsen R.L. Malartlc G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyra Meta Mldrlm Intern Mogul New West Home New Athona New Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Northgate Norlex Opemlska Oslsko Pallno 03'/j Pine Point 1.40 Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radlore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherrltt Gordon Silver Milter Steep Rock Tek Corp, .22'A Texmont 7.00 Upper Canada .70 Western Mines 20.50 Wright Hargreaves 1.12 .04 Wllfroy .66 .48 Windfall .07Vj 52.50 Yellowknlfe Bear 4.25 .06Va Zenmac .05'A .23 1.65 .24 21 14.00 2.95 1.50 17.00 1.45 .90 7.00 1.30 08 .26 7.80 .21 13.50 21.50 18.12'A .63 .10 1.10 .19 13.00 5.50 11 50 .04 1.94 4.25 .38 1.51 2.40 (11:00 Dofasco a.m. Quatts) .65 .80 2.60 65.75 .25 .50 7.10 1.40 3.85 6.50 34.50 16.75 .141/4 2.95 1.07 .20 5.80 .24 34.00 2.05 .05 .66 .58 .07 63.00 .09 .14V4 7.15 7.75 .11 .18 1.80 25.00 2.40 INDUSTRIALS . Abltlbl Alcan Algoma Steel Altco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indusf Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bath Cons Gas Dlst Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete S0.M CAB 1J.62H Fd of Amer 67.2S Gt Cdn Oil 4.60 Gen Motors 77.17V* Gt Lakes Pap 13.75 Gulf Oil Cda 24.62tt Greyhound 13.75 Hawker Sid 2.00 Huron.Erle 23.75 Hlra Walk 38.00 Imperial Oil 29.25 Imasca 17.00 Int Nickel 25.25 Int Pipe 27.00 Inv Gp A 6.50 Int Utilities 39.00 Indust Accept 18.75 Lauren fide 8.2.5 Kelly Doug A 5.25 Loeb 3.55 Loblaw A 4.85 Metro Stores 15.25 Massey Ferg 9.37V� McMillan Bloe 30.50 Moore Corp 33.50 1!.37>/i Molsons A 16.50 7.12Vi Molsons B 16.00 6.00 North, Cent 13.75 Power Corp 4.35 Price Co 6.00 Rothmans 14.25 St Law Corp 19.00 Shell CDA 33.12'A Simpson's 19.50 Simp Sears 25.75 Steel ot Can 31.62'A Selkirk A 14.00 Texaco 32.50 Traders Gp A 12.62'/* Trans Mtn Pp 20.12ft Trans Can Pp 34.00 Union Gas 14.00 Union Oil 44.00 Versatile Mfg 3.25 Westeel 13.62 V* Union Car 13.00 12.12V3 Weston's B 14.12'/* 16 25 Woodward's A 21.37V* 6.00 West Cdn Sd 4.50 19.75 Zenith Elec 2.00 52.25 BANKS 22.12'/a Can Imoerlal 22.121* 9.75 Montreal 15.621* 17.75 Nova Scotia 27.62V4 13.75 Royal 25.35 28.62V* Tor-Dom 24.75 5.87'/* 16.87V* 44.50 17.00 58.00 12.00 16.50 17.50 3.90 6.25 4.55 2.50 2d 00 1.00 18.25 11.00 38.75 2.70 9.00 28.50 COURSES IN WELDING Learn how fo weld your own equipment, or learn the skill of welding for a trade, or simply as a hobby. All levels of welding will be offered. Length of Program: 6 Weeks (November 8 to December 17, 1971) Fee: $70.00 For further information contact Director of the School of Technical-Vocational Education LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Phone: 327-2141 Crossword - By Aivin \%\&>j BRAIN TEASER 1 Anything .that heals. 7 Mine partitions. 16 Plays. 22 Yellow bird. 23 Scoria. 24 Fall to follow suit. 25 Gave way. 26 Repealer. 27 Look after. 28 Iowa college. 29 General survey. 31 Large ruminant. 33 Loose end. 34 Winglike part. 35 Dug. 36 Silkworm. 38 The spleen. 39 Measure. 40 Balconies. 42 Narrow valleys. 44 Interfered improperly. 46 Large flatbo%ts. 47 Smell beds. ACROSS 49 Something less than the whole. 60 Avers. 63 Brood of birds. 64 Artificial language: pi. 56 S. African shrub. 60 Expenses. 61 Bundled. 6? Pertaining to the upper throat. 64 Traffic Jam. 65 Demolish. 66 Pertaining to wax. 67 Short brief writing. 69 Town in Michigan. 70 Sweet-smelling. 72 Musical term. 74 One who rights a wrong. 76 Sea god. 77 Monkshood. 79 Sofa. 111 Frightens. 81 Couple. 115 Spiritual 82 Toper. beings. 83 Regions or 116 Nurse. localities. 120 Pungent 86 Punitive. odor. 88 Foreign 121 Barrels. ervice 123 Trouble. officers. 124 Genus of 90 Adjectival fishes. suffix. 125 Clan: N. 91 Examinee Zealand. closely. 126 Letters. 93 Civil wrongs. 127 Weasellike 95 Neat. animals. 96 At no time. 129 European 98 Indian rebec. herb. 99 Prima 131 Brown color. donnas. 132 Wanderer. 100 Cowardly 134 Originator. mammal. 136 Freight. 101 Swimmino 139 Landed birds. property. 103 The Jujube. 140 Iroquoian 104 Presented. Indian. 105 Halcyon. 141 Make 106 Feminine manifest. name. 142 Sown. 108 Latin 143 Shop. American keepers. blankets. 144 Forest 110 Stockings. warden. 1 Bay ly.-.x. 2 Small cavity. 3 Type of measure. 4 Turf. 5 Fermented liquor. 6 Small gulls. 7 Defies. 8 Bridge term. 9 Land measure. 10 Used a mason's implement. 11 Sheep In its second year. 12 Conceive. 13 Whales: Lat. 14 Excessive: Scots law. 1i Tanse. 16 One who draws. 17 Network. 18 Pismire. 19 Attender. 20 Allied. 21 Bordered with a herb. 30 Pieces out. 32 Hinged leaf. 35 Meets defliantly. 37 Confide. 39 Criteria. 41 Deserter. 42 Collected grain from a sheaf. 43 Swagger. 45 Island off Chile. DOWN 47 Guiding. 48 Shoemaker. 50 Inscribing. 51 Servile dependent. 52 Separating into classes. 53 Elevator cage. 55 Tapioca-like food. 67 Freed from fear. 58 Golden In-color. 59 One who hunts and fishes. 61 In addition to. 62 Indian mangrove. Dlagramless 19 x 19, by Anthony Morse. ACROSS 1 Hand or foot -. 6 Javanese tree. 9 Dupe. 12 Tune. 13 Establish. 16 For. 17 Glove. 18 Bird sound. 19 Panay negrito. 20, One of the "Little Women." 21 B^bylonlai god. 22 Wine cup. 23 Japanese coin, 24 He; Lat. 25 One of the singing "sensations.* 27 Ordeal. 28 Latfn olural ending. SO Girl friend for Argo's kipper. 31 Ships "hitching post." 32 Persian chief. 34 Prods, 36 Ordinal ' suffixes. 37 Compass point. 38 Electrical units. 39 Cross tides. 43 Vacation time in Paris. 44 - Caesar. 45 Meadow. 46 Western capital. 63 Edits. 66 One who behaves comically: al. 67 Hubs. 68 Musical groups. 71 Cereal grain. 73 Two-footed. 75 Sea eagle. 78 Mirage, 80 Denizens by birth. 84 Type of lettuce. 85 Chilean winds. 87 Adores. 89 Adviser on wearing apparel. 47 Earth goddess. 60 Track for mining cart. 65 Former TV newsman - Able. 56 Indians. 57 Roman date. 58 Wither. 59 Retreat 61 Hardens. 62 Seafood. 63 Total, 64- le rol. 65 Peruvian province. 66 American humorist. 92 Wounds. 94 Fled. 97 Schism. 99 Tactful envoys. 100 Entertains guests. 67 Cousin of* civet. 68 Pledge. 69 South: Fr. 72 Labor measures. 73Asta movie (with The). 75 Gr. letters. 78 Illiterate negative. 79 Acknowledg-ment: abbr. 80 Fern, suffix. 81 Active. 82 Girl In myth. 83 Disconnect, �5 Like the dawn. 102 Covered with a precious metal. 104 Trinket. 105 Puritan. 107 Costly. 86 Ruckus. 87 Aromatic. 88 Josef Bror. 89 Youngster. 90 Gull. 91 Dog-% DOWN 1 Star of a deer story. 2 "Tempest" character. 3 "Le Petit Chaperon Rouge," 4 Foam. 109 Ridiculed: eollcq. 110 Circlet. 111 Cubic meters. 112 Chemical sugar. 113 Having a handle. 114 Harsh. 116 Tin ore In Cornwall. 117 Gnawing, 118 Posture. 5 The gums. 6 Roof of the mouth. 7 Sign of old age, 8 Vapor. 9"-the child." 10 Sculptors. 11 Alms. 13 Do - once. 14 Lowest time qualification for voting. 15 Gardeners �t lm�% 26 Measures: abbr. 27 Giggle. 29 Browning's Italian home. 31 Insect, 32 Middle: law. 33 Pertaining to the skull. 35 Exclamation. 39 Storms. 40 Man, et al. 41 Through. 42 Pocket money. 119 Songster. 122 Spanish gentleman. 124 Eulogy. 127 Festival. 128 Girl's nickname. 46 Satisfy. 48 Seven times a week. 49 Girl's name, 61 Passes through a block. 62 Exists. 53 Man's name. 54 Beans. 60 Catch. 62 Feline attraction. 54 House addition. 130Whlt. 133 Frantic. 135 Suffix denoting quality, 137 The knva. 138 Hubbub. 65 Weight, 67 Kindly. 68 From there. 69 More In the chips. 71 Some foot* ball games. 73 To have confidence. 74 Requisite. 76 Boiling. 77 Church group. 84 Motel of a kind. CRYPTOGRAMS SOLUTIONS OF IAST WEEK'S PUZZLES rann (nnrai QBanaGi aaiaaoaa tiBUHuuE niarnpiaana HnSiiia mm aaao mnnm aani aaBHOHH aon auuiu uiuu anna behb liiiiirnGiH nraiaci nnnui ranran lama mnnn itch lainiiin Htnnn nnn nnnniia rirannniiiiK uiraaDiniia uimcukuk annraHa eke (iiuuiiju laiiiiu urjKB uuoutj aaamaa aaaiDia huge ciibbe aaaaua unvnu bulie UK-aiaE aaa aatiia tauiauH duqu biuc lannn niiinn hrhih hee bob anna as soon noon aiiinaaa mamm hhbe eniiBiaG aanaia odiqieiii uuiania liiauuia iiiasa uioiaa duuh emei tzutuvi atan nniia araran hrooihe boo1 nnn nranra nnniii rirn rannmra rannim nnBR geeeeue mam anrinn bbdd eeee uge nnaa uiiii ?uuia uiiwi uiiiiic nnnna HPimrnn finniiE mirsniiii HEinraaiii aann beeg tnQnco anas raann ma finnn hqs aaa hbde ebee ioiau mira aaaa Hnncm eece gob nciraan aurora lamBcin beiibec nanno nnara huhihg ehebeoe nnaraa noraa rannn Ennuis 1.ALO RAIO MOPWIUFGUAL: Y WYGOIFUZZYI UP T HAIR .HUGS Y SUPFU SYUI-MA. - By Elizabeth A. Lyon 2.RFWRV KKWFV'D YFWWE RFWOR-RERD, BERK LHE LHLHORK LHRYRVWD. - By Milt Hammtt Last Week's Cryptograms 1. Wild week-end of footbtll on TV makes big dent in most average refrigerators, 3. In Africa you may almost certainly find ugly animals called gnus. 3. Domestic tranquility is sometime not easily acquired. r Field Enterprises. Inc.. 1971 ;