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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Detachable minister style of new publication OTTAWA (CP) The way things are in federal politics these days, the latest style in government publications fea- tures the detachable minister. Example: A 28-page glossy brochure on research satel- lites from the commu- nications department has a half-page foldout with a pic- ture and signature of Commu- nications Minister Robert Sianbirry. The foldout is deeply scored for easy removal should the minister be suddenly re- In an imminent cabinet shuffle or a change of government resulting from t h e Liberal-Conservative stalemate in Parliament. _ One government official, pointing out the handy in- novation, remarked that an- other department recently had found itself struck with a reprint order because its de- parted minister was bound firmly into the publication. Siberia 'turns him MOSCOW (AP) An Aus- tralian welder who came to the Soviet union in search of "a good life" packed it in Fri- day and left for the West after only three weeks. John Doohan and his family boarded a flight for'London after difficulties with the So- viet diet and dissatisfaction with the job the Russians of- fered him. The 46-year-old Australian changed his mind about stay- ing when the Russians said they wanted him to work in Siberia. Before he left Perth last August, Doohan told report- ers: "I've got faith in the So- viet way of life." The Doohans' odyssey, from Perth to Leningrad, took more than two months aboard the Soviet freighter No- votroitsk, which means New Trinity. PUT IN CENTJtE After his arrival in Lenin- grad Oct. 20, Doohan, his Agencies (1972) Ltd. LEE MARKER Lee Marker gels hot on the golf links during Ihe Summer. In October Lee gol hot in real estate and we are happy to an- nounce that he is the sales rep cf 1ho month. When you want action get Lee or one of his males 1o turn on ihe heat for you. Call 328-3331. wile, two daughters and a 15- year-old son were put in a re- ception centre. He was told he had a Job in Siberia. After 10 days in the centre he left, coming as far as Moscow. In the Soviet capital, the Doohans asked the Australian embassy for help in obtaining exit visas. The sources said the Doo- han family would have no le- gal problem in returning to Australia but added that the Doohans planned tentatively to stay in Britain for the time being. RECEIVES AWARD KENORA, Ont. (CP) The town of Kenora recently re- ceived another award in the cross-country traffic surveys conducted annually by the Ca- nadian Automobile Association. A plaque is presented to towns as special citations for fatality- free records and pedestrian safety programs conducted dur- ing the year. Oil tax hike bill ready EDMONTON (CP) A bil which would set up the m ehanism for the Alberta go ernment to collect an add! tional ?70 million a year in o taxes has been introduced i the legislature. The proposed amendment t the Mineral Taxation Act, In traduced by Mines Minister Eil Dickie, would permit the en ergy resources conservator board to appoint a chief asses- sor. The new tax on proven re- serves stUl in the ground al ready has been approved by th legislature. Premier Peter Lougheed1 Progressive Conservative gov ernment took this way to in creased taxes when the pe- troleum industry was unwilUn] to renegotiate leases. The new assessment is to g into effect Jan. 1. Recount ordered NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C (CP) A Judicial recount in the federal riding of Burnaby Seymour, requested by the de- feated Liberal candidate, was ordered by County Court Judge F. K. Grimmett. On election night Oct. 30, E( Mson of the New Democratic Party was declared the winner by 305 votes, upsetting Ray Per rault, a member of the las louse and parliamentary pri vate secretary to Manpower Minister Bryce Mackasey. The recount is to start Nov 14 and is expected to be com pleted by the end of the week Bond prices Supplied by Doherty McCualg Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 4Vi% Sept. 1, '72 Matured Oct. 1, '75 99.00 .99.50 July 1, '78 106.00 108.00 Sept. 1, '83 83.00 84.00 H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker coins Mont 344-3121 INDUSTRY LOCATED IN SOUTHERN MANITOBA, MANUFACTURING RECREATIONAL VEHICLES requires a PRODUCTION MANAGER Musi have knowledge ond experience in assessing pro- duction requirements in relation to plant capacity, man- power availability, material and financial limitation. Formu- late program, recommend improved manufacturing tech- niques. Control quality and develop reporting procedures. Good potential with growing company, flood incen- tives, salary open. Apply to: MORDEN Canada Manpower Centre Box 1418 Morden, Manitoba ROG UO Phone 822-5333 Perp. 3 Sept 15 40.00 42.00 614% Apr. 1, '75 101.00 102.00 July 1, '75 103.00 104.00 5Vi% Sept 1, 92 83.00 85.00 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta Ontario Ont Hyd New Br Nfld 8 N. S. 6V Quebec 7 Alberta 8 Man Hyd 8 Sask 8 Nfld 91 ACT 8 Man Tel 8 7 9i 9 1: 9V4% '90 104.00 106.00 '88 91.00 93.00 '94 107.00 '90 108.00 "4 101.00 103.00 '92 84.00 86.00 '74 100.00 102.00 '90 105.00 107.00 '91 99.00 101.00 '90 193.00 105.00 '90 107.00 109.00 '74 101.00 103.00 '74 101.00 103.00 INDUSTRIALS Alta G T Alcan B.C. For Tel Bell Tel Bell Tel CP Ltd CP Sec Cdn Util CWNG Gulf Oil Inter P P Ifassey 934% Noranda nt Nickel N and C G 914% St of Cdn 9WT. Tt Cdn P TT Cdn P 107o '90 105.00 108.00 '91 105.00 108.00 '92 107.00 109.00 '90 104.00 106.00 '.79 104.00 107.00 '93 107.00 110.00 '89 103.00 106.00 '90 105.00 107.00 '91 106.00 108.00 '90 107.00 109.00 '90 103.00 105.00 '90 105.00 108.00 'SO 105.00 107.03 '90 105.00 100.00 '90 107.00 109.00 '91 106.00 108.00 '90 105.00 108.00 '90 107.00 109.00 '90 109.00 111.00 CONVERTIBLES Alta G T 714% '90 150.00 155.00 Cons Gas S'iTo '89 91.00 94.00 Dynasty 7 '82 90.00 100.00 Acklands 7V4T. '88 101.00 103.00 Scur Rain '08 89.00 94.00 Tr Cdrl P 5 '89 113.00 118.00 WC Tr C 514% '88 03.00 88.00 WC Trans 714% '91 110.00 112.00 SPECIAL STOCK CALF and FEEDER SALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17th at a.m. 1000 HEAD OF TOP QUALITY RANCH CALVES FRIDAY At 10 a.m. FAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES at 1 p.m. SPECIAL Feeder Hog and Baby Calf Sales at 1 p.m. SPECIAL Stock Calf and feeders SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOOS EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR FEEDING AND LOADING HOGS. CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK TO C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. 358.39S6 345-435) 756-6607 328-7354 ED FRENCH DAN KLASSEN KEN MILIER, MAGRATH LOU DE.IAGER WHIT HENINGER IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY ALBERTA STOCKYARDS Phone 327-0101 Roi. 338-3986 P.O. BOX S-S 1.1-7, LEtHBRIDGE Investors are confident By MIKE WILLIAMS CatudJan Press Staff Writer FoUUcal issues continued to dominate major Canadian stock markets during the week but most sectors managed to close moderately higher in active trading. A post-election rally IB Can- ada stretched into the early part of the week with sharp gains in the opening two ses- sions. Then some profit-taking mid -way through the week, dragged prices slightly lower. The presidential election in the United States also affected markets on both sides of the border, resulting in investor confidence. Aside from some selling off immediately after the election, most prices made substantial gains in New York and Toronto. Wood Gundy Ltd. says an "unsettling period" lies ahead for Canadian investors but "it is imTortant not to over-react." SEES POSITIVE FACTORS "Even though the major (po- liHcal) parties are deadlocked, there is every reason to expect responsible government from whichever party undertakes to lead the the investment firm said in a newsletter. 'We reiterate our belief in Canada's soundly-based eco- nomic fundamentals and its at- tractive real growth capabi- lities." At Toronto, the industrial in- dex, considerel a major in- dicator of market trend, was up 1.53 points on the week, closing at 208.79. Gains of 1.12 and 1.29 in the first two sessions of the week held off losses suffered later during the profil-taking period. At New York, the Dow Jones jidustrial average of 30 key ilue-chip issues climbed 11.14 Mints, closing at 995.26. A gain of 7 points Friday accounted for most of the increase. DOW SETS RECORD In Friday's session, the Dow surpassed its intra-day record of 1001.11 set Feb. S, 1966, be- fore dropping slightly before the close. On the Montreal and Cana- dian exchanges, the- composite Index was up 1.87 points for the week, closing at 219.22. Combined volume on the two exchanges was 8.02 million compared with 6.25 million shares a week earlier. Trading was active through- out the week on the Toronto market with 16.70 million shares changing hands com- pared with 14.73 million the pre- vious week. Base metal issues at Toronto managed to close the week with a slight advance after losing much of their strength during the two profit-taking sessions. The index closed up .26 at 83.64. Toronto's gold index was the only one registering a loss on the week, closing at 178.07, down 3.04. A drop of 3.15 Friday wiped out earlier gains. The western oil index was strong, closing at '258.56, up 7.63. Friday's gain of 4.48 points was the sharpest daily increase since Aug. 4. 'Barrier of fear' seen by Morris EDMONTON One hundred and seventy-five educationists, meeting at the Banff Centre for a curriculum conference, are preparing for a greater voice in the development and imple- mentation of curriculum in Al- berta schools. The conference, sponsored by the Alberta Teachers Associa- tion with the co-operation of the department of education, is fo- cusing on implement ing change, that is: How is it pos- sible to get new curricula, be- ing developed by the depart- ment of education, working ef- fectively in the classroom? In the opening session three speakers reached the same con- clusion that the classroom teacher is being expected to implement change in the curri- culum in the face of a struc- ture which, almost inevitably, prevents him from being effec- tive. Perry Morris, a teacher from Lethbridge, pointed out that no matter how good a proposed curriculum change may be, the physical resources of a school may act against any effective change taking place in the cur- riculum.. "These problems may arise because when we plan for changes in our schools we do not always place the needs of our students he said. He suggested that sometimes courses are created to benefit educators and not students. Mr. Morris said teachers must become involved in what is going on but, unfortunately, "Teachers are surrounded by a barrier of fear that prevents them from saying too much about innovation." Pay ransom BUENOS A1HES (Reuter) Italian-born businessman En- rico Earrella was released Fri- day by kidnappers who were holding him for a ran- som, a member of his family said. Barrella was abducted Sun- day from his weekend home at Pontevedra, 25 miles west of here, by four persons. SrfurdorY Nonitibtr 11, THt LETHMIDOE HWA1D 89 Feed grain prices Reports received Indicate feed grain demand Is quite con- stant with prices in most areas remaining fairly strong. Around Lethbridge wheat weakened to bid per bush- el and no offers, oats bid at 72 cents with odd offer at 70 cents and barley bid at 90 cents with some being offered at 51. The bids in Calgary district were wheat 51.70, oats 75 cents and barley at with no wheat being offered but oats at 80 cents and barley at 95 cents. The Red Deer area appears quite active with high wheat bid of and no offers. Oats bid 65 cents with offers at 65 cents and barley 85 cents with offers at 80 cents. In and around Edmonton, wheat is bid at with' no offers, and oats and barley both being bid and offered at 65 cents and 90 cents, respec- tively. The Vermilion area reports high bids 61 51.57 for wheat, 65 cents for oats and 90 cents for Mrs. Peggy Roelofs Is a new member of Block Bros. Elaff in telhbridge. She is a molher of four and married to Karel C. Roelofs, a local rancher and businessman. Peggy has had years of ex- perience in the selling field and still retains an interest In prop- erty management on the coast. If you have a home or property to list, trade or buy, she will give you the utmost In service. Satisfied customers are the best way of advertising Block Bros. 328-1044. barley with no recent offers. The Fairnew exchange re- ports very limited interest but reflect bids of for wheat, 65 cents for oats and 90 cent! for barley. The bid price quoted is UH high bid in the district for top quality grain delivered to ttw purchaser. An offer reflects the price tht seller is asking at his bin. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds at noon today down 1-3Z at 50.98 19-32. Pound sterling up at NEW YORK (CP) The Ca- nadian dollar in terms of U.S. funds at noon up 1-32 at 51.01 7- 16. Pound sterling up Vi at 1-32. the RIVIERA MOTOR HOTEL Welcomes you to Edmonton To help make your slay more would like to introduce you to all our faciiifies. MORE PEOPLE STAY AT THE RIVIERA- BECAUSE THE RIVIERA OFFERS YOU MORE! Wrlle or Telephone IVIERA K MOTOR HOTEL 5359 CALGARY TRAIL 43-43-43-1 1 Exchanged for money 7 Machinery 16 Props 22 Small cavity 23 Conned orderly 24 Tropical bird 25 Motor part 26 Relating to the highest point 27 Old Hungari- an coin 28 Small child 29 Mode of scenic re- presentation 31 Serfdom 33 Unwroughl 34 Black 36 Gloomy 37 Adequate 39 Cilyin Oklahoma 40 Venetian magistrate 41 Make stately 43 Culiivaies land 1 Furniiure gadget 2 Arabian measure: var. 3 Experienced lar 4 Torrid 5 Alleged force G Mocking 7 Fall due 8 Opposite in character 9 Neat 10 Squadrons 11 U.S..gov'L ag'cy. By Alvin Ashby BRATN TEASEIt ACROSS 45 Talked weakly 47 Minule 43 Breaking un in parts 50 Dregs 51 AnysourcB ol supply 54 Drive or force 55 Spilling 57 Meal 61 Something found 62 Essential Clements 64 Belief 66 Kitchen utensil 67 Cereal grass 6B Strikes and spares 70 Cuts into small cubes 72 City in Russia 73 Gathers logcihcr 75 Fillet for the hair 77 Solidified 12 Medieval scienli'sl 13 U.S. poet 14 Practical 15 Boxer's assistant 1G More courageous 17 Small horsa 18 Floor covering 19 Singing joytully 20 Automobile repair shop 21 -----under: overwhelmed 79 Egyptian sun god BO Rainbow 82 Malevolent spirit 84 Hindu garb 85 Frozen dessert 8G Botanical garden B3 Serving boys 91 Fights 93 Clod 94 Malayan tree 96 Narrow 93 Lake in Manitoba 99 Feminine name 101 Cancels 103 Buddhist churches 104 Small group of Irees 105 Delimited 107 Advantage 109 Unfamiliar 110 Fruitless 111 Greedy 113 Restrains 30 Exuding moi'sture 32 Revolve: Scot. 35 Denizens 38 -----Major 40 Notwith- standing 42'Thread 43 Auxiliary part 44 Repaired shoes 46 Change directions 48 Rolls, as a sail 49 Math curve 115 California Indian 116 Cultivated 120 Hindrances 121 Raised the nap 125 Polluted Inke 12G Attentions 128 Amoeba 129 Diet for reducing 130 Storm 131 132 Barber-si. 134 Pioneer 137 Container 138 Old English game 140 Numbering leaves of a book 142 Gnawing 144 Chemical salt 145 With three sides 146 Practice 147 Crowded together 148 Deadlock 149 Tin alloy 51 Deceptive device 52 Young girl 53 European leek 54 Foot of an animal 56 Indians of N. Mexico 58 Ancient weapon sharpener 59 Choosing 60 Shopkeepers 62 Disposed fiimly 63 Search pryingly 19 X 19 by Anne Hnllornn ACROSS 1 Serene 5 Soil drink 9 Str.iincd food 10 Becomes tiring 11 Fried lightly 13 Get up 14 ------Stanley Gardner 15 Mature 19 Holland district 20 HUMS 21 Away from ihe wind 22 Rejicf supply 25 Enduro 26 Historical period 27 Slitch 29 Good weather 30 Huge 34 Walk in warie 35 water 36 Meadows 38 Evergreens 39 Pistacchio nrpecan 40 Bathes 42 Shade trea 43 Acquires 44 Jump 45 fruit [uice drink 46 Sumy closely 47 Headlined 43 Church service 50 Cravat 51 Serpent 52 Russian news agency 5C Confuse 60 Walk 62 ManorWighl 63 Far down 64 Narrates 66 Related 67 Unsophisli-. catcd 69 Plumes; var. 71 Sign of the zodiac 72 Homeric poem 73 Remunerated 74 Puts on DOWN 1 Most alliacliva 2 Existing 3 Unpleasant look A Ways of communi- cation 5 Ribbed material: Fr. 6 Bay window 65 Card combi- naiions 68 Tarn 69 Himalayan goat 71 Young cod 74 RespectfJ title 7G Any number under ten 7 Bandleader Drown 8 PeerGynl'i mother 9 Tugs 10 Max or Buddy 11 Fasten securely 12 Operatic- melody 16 Begs 17 Wriird 18 Handy 23 Propel tics ?.4 Affirmaiivs reply 28 Bequeath 29 Woikrd ilw soil 81 Chilean winds 83 Unites lirmly 87 Ran 68 Mediterran- 90 Fathers 92 Line of separation 95 Looks narrowly 97 Marble 100 Firn 102 Pertaining to a tailor 106 Conducted 118 Scorched can island 104 Pikelike fish 30 Extractor! ol ore 31 Sharp 32 Moat 33 Rootetiges 3'1 Cornel or Oscar 37 Chair 38 Dreaded 41 Little quanel 43 Religious message 46 Adhesive 108 Apportion 110 Thrasher 112 Cherished 114 Sign 115 Dispatched 016 Comrade Jl7 Yelfow bird 48 Inlet 49 Spar 52 Jeweled headdresses 53 Inquired 54 Narrow opening 119 Drawings 121 Snarl 122 Dormant 123 Make evident 124 Bruiser 127 Pastime 129 Yugoslov province 65 JapanesB coins 57 Roman 553 58 Adored 59 Female sheep 61 Tartan 132 Glut 133 Lamb 135 Icelandic measure 136 Flower 139 Obstruct 141 Century 143 Crowlika bird 65 Fodder storage place 67 Doze 68 Brazilian p.irroi 70 Liquor SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S ri7.ZLES CRYPTOGRAMS 1. QXKVXAOXJ AKGQO, LF FZKMHWXH FWNKO, NF FZCKO, VMHHG, LHJ LOOKLAOF 0 XII0 N C H. -Dy Bnrbora J. Kugg 2. XYSHXPQI KJNNI KLB QJPJRV RSJHVK YJY11F NI LFYLFXP. -B.v Margaret Molt -V LXXH OXFPAFF GASP OXDDEGEAR NOAH NXHRADGTS, OELO FXTGGSA GASS. Hy Myrtle W. Cushmnn 4. LIKE MARMXA KRDINIEV DHZXN KILA I M 7, M "V K R R M R." -ByB.J.n. Lnst Week's Cryplosrnms 1, Ufily bnnk rohhcr rfislrnctcd by comely young idler's pretty skimpy skirt, '2, Picnickers spoke highly ns yellow-jnrkcis were buzzing n lime in n hotllc on (he tnhle. H. wrclch frightened while lining I'd clung etching. 4, Though she brought (en queer boughs through (he mice, sJio (Iioiiplit ii might hnvfi heen belter In hnve bought bouquets. 5. Cyclist topples onto icy Incline. 1972 hyChlcuROTribune N.Y. NcwsSynd. Ini' j World Rights Reserved ;