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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta rriaay, uciaovr 12, 1873 THE LETHBRIDCE HfcH.ALD 23 Blind hypnotist William Craft, of Hollywood, Fla. a licensed hypnotist, posing with his seeing- eye dog, Ian, says he doesn't stare people in the eyes to hypnotize them. Craft is blind. "I work only on referrals from physicians or teachers, Craft says. It's almost like a hobby. My favorite work is with kids who have educational problems." QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC .EDDY DIETRICH CtrtlflMi Dcnwl Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE: 318-7684 Plan urban growth meet OTTAWA (CPl The problem of managing urban growth will be the theme of WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. NOTICE OF PARTIAL REDEMPTION TO THE HOLDERS OF 7% SINKING FUND DEBENTURES, SERIES A OF WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. DUE NOVEMBER 1, 1980 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat pursuant to the Trust Indenture made as of October 31, 1960, between WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD and BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, Trustee, succeeded by the CANADA TRUST COMPANY as Trustee securing such debentures, principal amount of 7% Sinking Fund Debentures Series A of WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. bearing the under-mentioned distinguishing numbers and letlers and of the under-mentioned principal amounts, have been drawn by lot by the Trustee for redemption (in whole or in part) out of sinking fund monies on the 1st of November, 1973, and such debentures or the portion th- eof called for redemption will therefore, be redeemed on tht 7st day of November, 1973, at the principal amount thereof upon surrender of the said debentures with all unmatured coupons appertaining thereto in lawful money of Canada, at ihe Canada Trust Company, 3rd Avenue and 7th St. South, Lethbridge, Alberta. Coupon ed in full- A1468 A1477 A1479 A1483 A1510 A1522 A1531 A1540 A1579 A1590 A1591 A1612 A1624 Coupon called in ful A0003 A0004 A0024 A0026 A0027 A0035 AQCMQ A0041 A0060 A0069 A0081 A0095 A0105 A0107 A0112 A0120 A0126 A0132 A0144 A0154 A0169 A0180 A0187 A0188 Debentures in denominations of each coM- A1628 A1629 A1630 A1645 A1648 A1665 A1673 A1683 A1692 A1699 A1701 A1704 A1709 A1718 A1727 A1739 A1740 A1744 A1747 A1758 A1761 A1762 A1765 A1771 A1774 A1787 A1802 A1805 A1847 A1851 A1855 A1858 A1862 A1884 A1902 A1908 Debentures in denominations of 00 each A0194 A0233 A0248 A0256 A0269 A0278 A0299 A0309 A0310 A0327 A0337 A0338 A0354 A0357 A0364 A0393 A0394 A0395 A0397 A0410 A0427 A0438 A0440 A0452 A0460 A0466 A0469 A0470 A0491 A0534 AC537 A0538 A0551 A0554 A0584 A0590 A0596 A0608 A0610 A0611 A0618 A0625 A0626 A0648 A0655 A0670 A0731 A0732 A0737 A0758 A0774 A0788 AOS02 A0804 A0615 A0816 A0828 A0830 A0834 A0840 A0854 A0864 A0870 A0882 A0894 A0895 A0896 A0922 A0924 A0945 A0956 Coupon No 26 due November 1, 1973, should be detach- ed from the Debentures before presentation and cashed by the holder in the usual way at any branch in Canada of the Bank of NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance with the terms of the said Trust Indenture all interest on any debenture specified in this notice as having beon drawn for redemption or any portion Ihcreof to be redeemed shall cease from and after the 1st day Df November, 1973 Dated at Lethbridge this 2nd day of October, 1973 WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. By J. J. BANFIELD Executive Vice-President and Secretary the second federal-provmcial- municipal conference which will be held in Edmonton Oct 22-23, it was announced today The urban affairs depart- ment said in a news release that housing, land-use strategy, transportation and public finance will be main items on the agenda Municipal leaders indicated at the first national tri-level meeting in Toronto last November that finance is a major concern to municipalities. They sought more sources of revenue to cope with their increasing responsibilities. Provincial municipal af- fairs ministers meeting in Charlottetown. P.E I., in August decided to assess the suitability of holding future national tri-level meetings after the Edmonton con- ference. Several ministers wondered aloud whether the national meetings served any useful purpose. Co-chairmen of the con- ference are Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford. heading the federal delegation. Nova Scotia Municipal Affairs Minister Fraser Mooney. representing the provinces. and Fredericton Mayor J W Bird, leader of the municipal group The conference cannot reach final decisions but allows discussion of national urban issues Eagle Scout sought on murder count HELENA. Mont. (AP) An 18-year-old Eagle Scout wanted on murder charges may havp pvaded an intensive manhunt in Montana by hiking across the Continental Divide. Authorities said today that possibility came to light Wednesday when they learned that a pickup truck had been stolen from a ranch about 35 miles northwest of Helena on the east side of the divide. The suspect Roger Caryl of Decalur, 111 has been sought since he disappeared from a ranch on the west side of the divide following the gunshot slay ings Sunday of four persons. Meanwhile students at Mount Zion, III high school have petitioned Montana authorities asking that Roger Caryl be taken alive. CBC manager OTTAWA -Robert K Iliillulav. 53. planning officer lor the CBC's prairie region, has boon appointed area manager lor (he Yukon (omtory, Ihe CBC's northern service announced today Mr who spo.iks Croc ;