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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ollawa 'trade group needed says board of trade chief VANCOUVER (OP) An official of the Vancouver Board of Trade lias called for the cre- ation of a federal government trade organization to help Ca- nadian businessmen to expand their exports. Alan Campncy, the board's first vice-president, chairman of tlie Canada-Japan Society a member of tlic CaiKif'-''- Japan Trade Council, was speaking at a meeliny of the fi- nancial executives' institute. Mr. Campnoy this lo the Japan External Trade Organization, "which has been extremely eftcctive in assisting companies abroad, where they do not have the capital, the personnel or the connections to involve themselves in foreign trade." Such organization also should be considered from the point of view of financial assis tance through loans ant through the provision of person ncl lo give guidance lo ex country nectis a group similar i porters, he said'. prices Supplied by Dolieity McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 4U% Sept. I, '72 Matured Oct. 1, '75 98.00 99.00 8 July J, '73 105.00 107.00 41470 Sept. 1, 82.75 Perp 3 Sept. 15 42.00 6'A'.! Apr. 1, '75 101.00 101.53 .Inly J, '75 103.01) 103.50 514% Sept. 1, 'M 79.00 iiO.OO PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta 8ri'l '90 103.00 106.00 Ontario Ont Hyd New Br fid s. 7 9 '.i 914% 614% Uberta W, Ian Hyd 8 ask s'fld .Ian Tel 8 INDUSTRIALS 'R8 30.00 92.0 'M 106.00 108.0 'SO 108.00 110.0 '74 100.CO 102.0 '92 84.00 86.C '74 100.00 102.C '90 101.00 106.1 '91 97.00 89.1 '90 103.00 105.i '93 107.00 109. '74 100.00 102.1 '74 100.00 102.00 Irresponsible RCMP to increase back WINNIPEG (CP) As a ountry facing great challenges i fiml'ini; the ways to open p new resources, Canarla lias no time ami no inclination" to ater lo drop-out youths, Prime Minister Trmleau saiil here. :0uiy the irresponsible back way from challenge and on- 9145 9V. '91 105.00 108.00 '92 100.00 109.00 '90 102.00 105.00 '79 103.00 109.00 '93 106.00 109.00 '89 103.00 105.00 '90 104.00 107.00 '91 105.00 108.00 106.00 109.00 '93 102.00 101.00 '90 101.00 '80 105.00 107.00 '90 105.00 108.00 i '90 106.00 109.00 i '91 105.00 108.00 St of Cdn 9V1% '90 106.00 108.00 Tr Cdn P Tr Cdn P .lean B.C. For B.C Tel Bell Tel Bell Tel Ud I Sec Cdn Util WNG Gulf Oil Inter P P Massey SToranda Int Nickel Mr. Trudcau said in speech prepared for delivery a meeting of the Great Plains Project Committee. "In Canada there is no room 'nr the irresponsible." The ideas of the committee, seeking more Canadian secon- dary and tertiary developmcnl of "resources to wean the Prairies away from dependence on agriculture as an economic mainstay, amount to Ihe kind of "stimulation which has al ways been part of Canadian life." Jlr. Trudeau said. It was (he kind of slimulalioi lhal "delers Ihe youth of Can ada from joining members p Iheir age group elsewhere ii dronping out." Mr. Trudcau praised the pn vate group for its frec-wheelin approach to problems, imfe lered by such things as cos factors and time schedules. "This lack of restraint per- mits your group to bring pow- erful arguments lo tear upon business and upon govern- ment." SECOND CORRIDOR reighters and tankers built ith sufficient size and strength hat they can break their own ce; of the possible role of an irliorne resource carrier to re- nove some of these products rom the mines and the well- icads to tho railway anil port it Churchill." While the government re- nained determined that cx- iloitation in the North would not be at the expense either of Canadians or of tlie delicate en- ronmcnt, it also remained convinced that the Arctic de- mands "bold inquiries." He urged the group to con- tinue looking at development in 'its broadest in- cluding protection of the public interest, tile best ways to ob- tain a broad consensus on de- velopment questions and help- ing to gather the information necessary to make correct deci- sions. drug., fraud men EDMONTON (CP) Solic- itor-General Jean-Pierre Go- yer says the RCMP will in- '90 107.00 109.00 '90 109.00 111.00 Milton Glenn leBaron Is Syndicate Sales Repre sentative in tKo Ldhbridge ar He is qualified To discus the many financial services cl fered by Investors. These includ Guaranteed Money Accumul lion Plans, group end individual tax-saving programs and annuit- ies, a) well as seven Funds. Mr. leBaron is also available for tho servicing of Sav- ings and Loan accounls CONVERTIBLES Alt a G T 71ir. Cons Gas Dynasty 7 .eklands TlzTi 3cur Rain 'r Cdn P 5 VC Tr C SVzSi VC Trans 7'A 3 '90 150.00 153.00 '89 91.00 94.00 '82 95.00 100.00 '88 100.00 102.00 '88 87.00 89.00 '89 113.00 116.00 '88 87.00 92.00 '91 105.00 110.00 lie also praised the group's efforts to work "within the very system which you seek to alter and improve" and, wlule keep- ing the free-wheeling thought process, to accept refusal of projects "if governments and industry regard your ideas as economically impractical." Speaking of oil, gas and min- eral potential in the North. Mr. Trudeau said an additional southbound corridor may be needed to the ana already in .jnsideration along the Mack- enzie River valley. This could be south from the eastern Ar- ctic Islands, where a big natu- ral gas find was confirmed in recent days. "I encourage you to press on with your inquiries and studies of another transportation corri- dor; of the possible role of Grain oil fields is problem CALGARY (CP) The in- crease in initial payments for grain delivered to the Canadian Wheat Board will also force up the price of cattle feed, an offi- cial of the Alberta agriculture department said here. Larry Welsh, plant Industry supervisor, said the price of feed barley will go to about 80 cents a bushel from 72 cents. The increase in initial pay- ment will mean lower final pay- ments, he said, so "when all is said and done, it means very little more money for the grain growers." In much of Alberta, "the big problem is still taking the grain off the fields in the first' place." crease Ihe six of its drug and fraud squads and "national crime Intelligence unit" to com- bat increases in certain types of crime. Speaking lo about 75 former members of the force, the min- ister said an increase in organ- ized crime, "economic crimes" and drug problems will he met with an increase in RCMP sec- tions designed to combat tliese I crimes. The national crime In- telligence unit is to be in creased lo 112 members from 39, effective April 1, he said. The commercial fraud sectioi is to be increased to a rccon level across the country. The section, formed in 1967 to com bat what Mr. Goyer caller "rich-men's crimes committee by apparently legitimate com panics and by businessmen whc abuse lower-income i (o he increased lo 161 person from 128 by April 1. Mr. Goyer said greater em nhasis must be placed on ap uehending heroin trafficer and announced a jump to 40 members on drug assignmen from the current 311. He said Increased actlvitle have aready resulted pcr-cent increase in opiate dru arrests between January and Saturday, October 14, 1572 THE IETHBR1DGE HERAIC 23 Sam Livingston Hatchery honors Calgary pioneer uly from the same period last ear. The RCMP conducted slm- Haneous raids Thursday in ve cities across Canada and rresfed more than 110 sus- ected drug traffickers. NEW THREATS Mr. Goyer told the veterans iie RCMP will have to learn to ope with new crimes devel- ping in Canadian society. "The spread of terrorism vitliin a multi-national frame- vork is hut one example, and a Tightening one. This is a new problem the RCMP must cope vith. lie said criminals are turning o "economic crimes raudulent bankruptcies, loan :inders fee rackets, pyramid schemes, stolen securites and others" as the Western world drills towards Ihe cashless society. IVe are increasing our activ ities and analyzing trends to cope with new developments in commercial crime in our at tempt to provide equal justice for or said Mr Goyer. CALGAKY (CP) The city's new provincial fish hatchery will be named the Sam Living- stone Fish Hatchery and Rear- HECOUD RESERVES Australia's overseas reserve of foreign currencies and gol passed the mark for the first time this year. Seek change WASHINGTON' (AP) Con- fess lias sent President Nixon hill calling for the first major >esticide-law reform in 25 ears. A Senale-pased compromise iroviding for new rules to gov- rn chemical warfare against Tests was approved 193 to 99 by he House of Representatives 'hursday night. For the firsl time, peslicides vould be subject lo regulation hrough control of chemical use rather than merely the making and labelling of a product, said sponsors of Ihe legislation while ways to ban pesticides would be streamlined in bids to :iead off widespread harm. ing Station, lands and (oresli minister Allan an- nounced Friday. Mr. Livingstone was an early settler who farmed in the area of (he hatchery in 1873, two years before RCMP arrived and Fort Calgary was built. RECEIVES 1972 NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD EVERYONE SPEAKS More than half the people in the world can neither read no write, but practically every in dividual everywhere speaks hi native tongue. Farm Implement Dealer in Milk River require! the service! of a COMPETENT ACCOUNTANT Minimum experience: 3 years in a C.A. office or 5 years in olher accounting functions. Applicants are requested to tend application: to Box 133 stating training and salary required. H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker COUTTS 344-3822 G. W. POPMA The Notional Ufa Assuranca Company of Canada is proud to announce that George W. Popma has been awarded 1ha 1972 National Quality Award. Thil is the iourteenlh year that Mr. Popma has earned thii award which Is granted in rec- ognition of outstanding to hii clients and trie conserva- tion cf their Jife insurance bene- fits. The award is sponsord by tho life Underwriters Associa- tion of Canada, the Life Insur- ance Agency Management As- sociation and the Canadian Insurance Officer! Association. Crossword By Frank R. Jackson POTPOURRI ACROSS M. G. leBARON 219 27th St. S. Phone 327-1650 SVND1CATP. LIMITED the MOTOR HOTEL Welcomes you lo Edmonton To help make your stay more like lo introduce you 1o all our facilities. MORE PEOPLE STAY AT THE RIVIERA- BECAUSE THE RIVIERA OFFERS YOU MORE! Write or Telephone MOTOR HOTEL 5359 CALGARY TRAIL 43-43-43-1 Frank Ferguson, President of Ferguson Point Ltd, is pleased to announce Irisi appointment of Robert Lager as Sales Manager. Bob brings him an abun- dance of expedience in the paint field end looks forward to ser- ving his customers with hfs pro- fessional advice. Bob would like to extend a personal invitation to Ms many friends and prospective custom- ers to drop in and see him In his new capacity. 1 Edible tubers 5 Win sat chess 10 Violato 16 Bare 20 Portent 21 Rough 23 Despoi'er; arch. 2'J Love 25 Controver- sial Custer aide 26 Revoks 27 Canvas supports 28 Observanca 29 Hardened by custom: var. SI Small lines 33 Smooth 3'i Poisonous matter: obs. 35 Bound 37 Homily 39 Saccharins 41 Likely 44 Three-spot 4t> intently 48 Cafes: 52 Replenished bb Nullify 57 Cha.e.g. 58 Strike smartly 59 Went searching Skill 62 Napkins 64 Western flatfand 65 Genus of geese 66 Somtnal experienco 68 Rear 69 Sudden frig hi 70 Chiiled 71 Directs 73 Cricket term 74 Pertaining 1o old age 75 Elec.tmit 76 Prepared apples 77 Baseball position 79 Sagacily bif Rescued 81 Long loci; oHiair 82 Arterial 111 Diffident trunk line 114 Decreo 83 Commenced Second 85 Angler's tote bag 117 Baltic coin 86 Irritates 118 "Religious" 87 insect :Var. exclamation 120 Tangle 90 Chattered 12? Midday aimlessly 01 Feminina pronoun 92 Prepares leftovers 94 Hand: It. 95 Roman household gods S6 Medicine container 98 Aitnor components 99 Brother of Moses 100 Concerning 101 Casual looks 103 Caspian----- 104 Perfidious 105 106 Friar 107 Blunder strips 109 Platters 124 Young pig 127 Seed covering 129 Porridge 131 Pressed Suspended 135 Mountain crests 138 Dugouts 140 Greek letter 141 Malaiial illness 142 Remove thfl inner section 143 Domesticata 14-1 Supercili- ous one 145 Stone layer 146 Noxious fly 147 Colored chemically 148 Desires .avidly APPOINTMENTS 1 In the long ago 2 Sobeit 3 Carla Quick drink 5 KEIIod feloniously 6 Clio mica I sulfix 7 8 Occurrence 9 Smokers' 10 Anger 11 Boy'snarna 12 Urns 13 Broad Etreer 14 Authorized 15 Bitter vetch 16 Sufferer fora principle Exucia 18 Suri sound 13 Sooner 22 Deny 20 One oflwo 32 Burn with steam 34 Region 3G lair 3B Musical combos 40 Svveoisop 41 Certain ection 42 King'3 offspring 43 Chncker- work 45 Longed for 47 Redactors 49 Peaceful 50 In a (actla manner 51 Place at intervals 53 Lean-to 54 Fear 55 African antelopa 61 Label 63 Office- holders 64 Frenzy 66 Ventured 6V Beauvar. 69 Skins 71 Aroused 7? Diaphanous 74 Kinds 76 Waiving sticks 78 Alt 79 Odea 80 8J Kind of molasses 82 Overdue payments E3 Cilrus fruit 84 Repeat by rote Facial sections B6 Point of 87 Large container 88 Genus of frogs: var, 89 Guileless 80 Diligent performer 91 Japanese temple 33 Did exist Parto! curriculum: abhr, 56 Bananaliko 27 99 Fix firmly 101 Bcoad smilo 102 Smart 104 PBVoidof equilibrium 106 Campus enclave 108 Unplentiful 110 Geological period 112 Conceptions 113 Sash 115 Hooky player 119 Toe 125 Musical direction 123 Boisterous 124 Herring- like fish 125 Verylargi 126 Burden 123 eya 130 Bank transaclloB 132 Not any 133 English CALGARY POWER D. G. Bacon J. M. Stephens J. E. Sterling Calgary Power announces the appointments, effective September 1st, of D. G. Bacon as Manager of Consumer J. M. Stephens as General Sales Manager and J. E, Sterling as Sales Manager- Northern Region, Reporting to H. W. Smith, Director of Consumer Services, Mr. Bacon will be responsible lor the company's customer service installations and distribution main- lennnce; and Mr. Stephens will be responsible for the company's overall sales and promotion iiclivities. Reporting to R. G. Brownie, Edmonton Division Manager, Mr, Sterlinn will be responsible 1or the planning and administration of the company's sales activities in the Edmonton and Camrosc divisions. DiagramleSS M X Weary 70 Soviet N.Zealand aborigine 10 Amount American mil. arm 23 Type of Certain plums 35Tapered end 36 Assumed Lie Latin ri Leave Wesl 1 Son of Tributary the Edcr Anc, Greek Prevent The Cub It Tenses: Grow dim liad Chineseo. Citizen Wide Lacking a a vi rj 3 to Totals Plr-ycr, e.g. 34 Einge -49 Marian FWCKF: F M X S M T 16 35 G OUR 50 Adarnoon Silfiof Mount on Lont> TUFPP Piprpof Of UST WINK'S lly Henry Gclman PAY GAYLYGOPAIW, MM, HUNG- ANG TIU UNP HYP LYZKWP7. Archibald GHTKJT GNTKJT U X S II S S UN K. -HrKnrl Ireland Last Week's Cryptograms 3. For one case of hiccups, minor tcmprst in teacup, 2. Currency control a dull, jaded subject, but costly. 3. Noisy art noises annoys an oyster. 1572 K' Nc AS S'.-" J- World ;