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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Bond prices Supplied by Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA DONDS Sept. 1, '72 Matured 5te% Oct. 1, '75 98.00 99.00 8 a July 1, '78 105.00 107.00 Sept. 1, '83 82.00 83.00 Perp. 3 Sept. 15 w.oo 42.00 6K% Apr. 1, '75 102.00 July 1, '75 103.00 103.50 Sept. 1, '92 82.00 B-1.00 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS '88 00.00 101.00 jcur Hain '88 87.00 90.00 Tr Cdll P 5 '89 112.00 116.00 VC Tr C 'B8 88.00 93.03 VC Trans 714% '91 112.00 115.00 Alberta Ontario Ont Jlyd New Br Nfld N. S. Quebec 7? Alberta B Manllyd 8 Sask Nfld ACT 8 Man Tel 8 7 0 SVS.i 0 '90 104.CO '83 01.00 '94 107.00 '50 108.00 '74 100.110 '92 04.00 '74 100.00 '90 105.00 '91 93.00 '30 1M.OO '00 107.00 '7-1 100.00 '74 100.00 INDUSTRIALS Alta G T Alcan B.C. For W: r.c. ra si.'-; Bell Tel 9W Bell Tel CP Ltd Kit CP Sec Cdn Utli CWNG Gulf oa Inter P P 9V Masscy 9W Noranda Inl Nickel 9Vi N and C G Slz' St of Cdn Tr Cdn P Tr Cdn P JO' 9 '90 106.00 '91 103.50 '92 107.00 '30 104.00 '70 '93 107.00 '88 103.00 '90 1W.OO '91.106.00 '90 107.00 '90 103.00 '93 105.00 '80 ICo.OO '90 104.00 'SO 107.00 '91 105.00 '90 105.00 '90 107.00 '00 100.00 10G.OO 9300 109.00 110.00 102.00 8G.OO 102.00 107.00 101.00 IOj.00 109.00 102.00 102.00 108.03 107.50 109.W 106.00 106.00 109.00 105.00 107.00 108.00 10900 105.00 108.00 107.00 107.00 109.00 108.00 107.00 109.00 111.00 CONVERTIBLES Alta G T 7VtT, '90 112.00 115.00 Cons Gas 5 We '89 93.00 93.00 Dynasty 7 '82 90.00 95.00 PlAS WITH THE CHILO. IT'S ACTUALLY A WIN IATURE WITH A STOIN6-DRWEN MOTORTO KEEP EITHER INDCX3RS OR CXJT, BY SWINGING HIM GENTLV BACKANDFORTHFDRUPTO AGENCIES LTD. Tracker aircraft grounded HALIFAX (CP) The Cana- lian FKrces ordered Weclncs- lay all its Tracker aircratt rounded folloinng discovery of cracks in the elevator hinges of some of planes. A Canadian Forces spokes- man said Thursday Ihe cracks, n the trailing edge of the vuigs, were found during rou- ine over-all inspection of the ungcs, part of the system used o hank Ihe planes. Cause of the cracks have not jccn determined and the spokesman said the Trackers vere grounded as a pre- cautionary measure Tlie situ- ation is under investigation. The Tracker aircraft is used 'or surveillance patrols and arc ocated at bases in Shearwater, N.S., and Esquimau, B.C. The spokesman said 33 Tra ckers were affected by the ac- ".ion at Shearwater and com- plete inspection of the planes is under way. The inspection should be completed by today. Several Trackers were back n the air late Thursday, 'he spokesman said. BIJIDIE SCrWITT We ore very hnppy nnd prone lo announce thai Mrs. Birdie Srhmill has been awarded by Ilia lethbridqe Real Estate Board llio honor ol liMinq and ths most residential homes In Ihe city lor tho month of Septem- ber. If you are interested in buying or selling. Birdie is very willing and capable lo do her best lor you. Call her nl 328- 3331 or ot homo ol 327-3879. Public utility company urged EDMONTON (CP) Alberta should consider incorporation 01 a public ulility company to re- place Calvary Power Ltd., the legislature was (old Thursday night. Grant Notley, leader of the New Democratic Party and i only representative in the 75 seat house, was commenting on a recent request by Calgai7 Power for higher rates. He said Ihat since 1907, the company has had steadily in creasing profits and dividends "The company's net income has increased from 59.7 million in 1367 to million in 1571 In (he same period, earnings per cummon share have gone from 51.59 lo and divi (lends have gone to 72 vi cents to "In addition, the compam now has deferred taxes of million which is, in effect a subsidization of the company by the consumer since income taxes are rebated io the con sumer through the company. Lelter brings NEW YORK (AP) A five- page letter penned by George Washington was sold for 000 to a Philadelphia buyer here in an auction conducted by the Charles Hamilton galler- ies here. The Idler was written to New York Mayor James Duane on Dec. 26, 1700. Breadmakmg process mleiited WASHINGTON" (AP) The J.S. agriculture department las issued a public patent for a c w breadmaking process .'lilch Its supporters say mil >ul more body-building protein n the staff of life. A public patent entitles any jaker to use (he process under 'nonexclusive" licence ar- rangements with the depart- nent, providing (hat the facil- ties and technology meet U.S. [ovcsrnmcut requirements. The patent was awarded to Dr. Ycshajahu Pomeranz of the University of Wisconsin, Madi- soii, and Karl F. Finney of Kansas Slate University, Man- hattan. Both scientists are em- ployed by department's ag- ricultural research service. The pTocess, enabling the use. of up to ID per cent soy flour or other protein-rich source, will increase the protein content of ordinary while bread from about (1.7 per cent currently to almost 15 per cent, an ARS .spokesman said. CITE ADVANTAGES "The bread can be a princi- pal source of protein, both in developing countries and the United Slates, for children and adults whose diets are nutri- tionally deficient arid who de- pend on bread as a major the department said. A main stumbling block until now fn- enrichment using such protein supplements has been a loss of quality in loaves, offi- cials said. The key to the new process is -ie addition of 0.25 to 4.0 per cent of ingredients called gly- colipids, complexes of carbohy- drates and fats which act as quality enhancers. Those substances, which help increase loaf size, reduce crum- bling and make bread soft, nor- mally exist in amounts of aboul per cent in ordinary wheal flour, officials said. When the extra glycolipid; arc added, those help o'ffset the quality-reducing effects of, soy flour, the protein source. In addition to boosting the protein content of bread, the department said, the process triples (he concentration of "ly sine, one of the amino acids or building blocks which make up protein. Lysine also Is consid ered essential to proper nutri tion. Pensioner angry about TV ad H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker MUTTS 344-389 REPRESENTATIVE Required for Interesting position In and Cullomer relalionj work in Icthbridge and district. Salaried pojition with car depreciation mileage and excellent employee benefits. Applicants shold bo nt least 24 age, Grade XII education and preferrably some sales Iraining. Written applications only should be submilled Giving resurro of educolion and eKperienca lo MR. T. MARTIN, ALBERTA BLUE CROSS Rm. 213 Mezzanine Floor, Chinook Centre Soulh, Calgary, Alberta Trade offices expansion intended EDMONTON fCP) The A1 berla government intends tc expand and strengthen It. trarte offices in other countries Fred Peacock, nu'nister ot ii dustry and commerce, told the legislature Friday. "We have continuously harices dropped on most mar- (els. For the remainder of the week the same pattern follows, although the losses were not as great. The outcome of Monday's election will inevitably have a strong effect on the market, but ask any analyst to predict what that effect will and the best you can expect is a "personal opinion." The majority of experts who did venture an opinion stated Lhat whatever the outcome, Canada's economy should strengthen towards the close of the year and continue strong into 1073. Gas and oil issues arc also still being promoted by most in- vestors who believe the stocks offer the safest form of in- vestment at tlie present lime. DIVIDEND OMITTED Shareholders of Canadian Breweries received some ba per cent. Despite this, the company said it cannot reinstitute div: dend payments to commoi narcholders because of the dc- ision payments to common tareholers because of (ho deci- ,on by Canadian Breweries, stocks dropped sharply ollowing the announcements. More young people buy Canada bonds EDMONTON (CP) There las been a sharp increase this year in sales of Canada Sav- ngs Bonds through payroll plans in northern Alberta, two officials of the federal sales campaign said today. Eric Duggan and Cliff Bird, will of Edmonton, released 'igures showing so far this year 0.621 million worth of the >onds have been sold compared vith million during (h? same period in 1972. They attributed the increase :o more young people purchas- ;ng bonds with total applica- lions this year increasing to 000 from last year. Other reasons include an In- crease in the number of people working and also a more posi- tive feeling toward saving in stead of spending." At Toronto, the Industrial In- dex, considered a major In- dicator of market trends, fell 1.42 points on the week to close at 205.00. A drop of 1.27 points 7riday accounted for most ot the decline. In New York, the market was up on the vwwk thanks to re- wrts of a proposed ceasefire In Vietnam. The Dow Jones Industrial In- dex of 30 key blue-chip stocks rose 3.60 points on the week la close at 016.41 despite 8 loss of 4.14 points Kriday. On the Montreal and Cana- dian stock markets, the com- posite index was off .95 points on the week to close at 215.94. Combines volume on the two exchanges was 5.90 million shares compared with 6.87 mil- lion In the previous week. Trading was moderate to ac- tive on the Toronto market with 10.97 million sharps changing hands compared with 9.87 mil- lion a week earlier. Base metal issues at Toronto slipped lower on the week as the index dropped 1.90 poinls, closing at U3.73, its lowest close- since Jan. 10. Gold issues look the worst over the week with the Toronto gold index plunging 5.06 points to its lowest close since May 4. The Toronto western oil Indei didn't make any gains over the week but was lucky to close un- changed nt 249.22. JOB OPENINGS! PHILLIP'S CABLE PLANT IN SENTINAL, ALBERTA MALE EMPLOYEES REQUIRED Good Wages and Fringes CONTACT: CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE IN BLAIRMORE, ALBERTA Hy A. Crosby DOTTTH TOOT YOUR OWN! 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