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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Saturday, Peron's widow battles terrorism BUENOS AIRES (AP) Tc rhythmic chants of "Isabel! and "Peron is the late president Juan Peron's widow made a dramatic balcony appearance before workers Friday to rally support against a terrorist threat to her government. As she spoke police reported another killing, the 12th in six days. More than 100 bombs have been set off in the last week in violence attributed both to leftist and rightist radicals. Julio Troxler, a former dep- uty police chief in Buenos Aires and a Peronist leftist, was pushed from a moving car and then riddled with bullets in a southern section of the capital. The method of Troxler's as- sassination was similar to the slaying Monday of two other leftist Peronists, alleged to have been commited by right- wingers. Absent from the crowd cheering Mrs. Peron, who succeed her husband as presi- dent last spring, in the Plaza LISTENERS INTO V see our complete line -of pianos Rentals Sales and Sunday p.m. for of Coffee and SCHOOL OF S. Parkside Drive Phone 327-01 1 de Mayo were the the thousands of leftist Peronist youth and their militant wing, the Montoneros, who have declared guerrilla war against the state. On Thursday, Montoneros disguised as policemen and telephone repairmen kid- napped two brothers who head a major grain company, Jorge, 41, and Juan Born, 39. A business executive and a chauffeur were killed. The Montoneros said they will try the brothers for "offences" by their company, Bunge and Born. Isabel Peron, a former cabaret dancer elected vice- president last year, took over the presidency on the death of her husband July 1. Since then Argentina has been rocked by a wave of terrorism in which at least 75 persons have been slam. The crowd shouted "Isabel! when Mrs. Peron ap- peared, and she replied by blowing kisses during the 15- minute address from the bal- cony of the presidential palace. The General Labor Con- federation ordered its 2.5 mil- lion members to stop work for eight hours to swell the crowd for Mrs. Peron. "Peron, from where he is, will be happy because he is seeing his people congregated in the Plaza de she said. "I am nothing more than his executrix." Right-wing Peronists say they alone are entitled to interpret Peron's words since he himself expelled the radical left from his move- ment before he died. But the left, including the powerful Montonero guerrillas, says Peron willed that "only the people will be my successor." WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! IRON Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" Relatives demonstrate Crying relatives of Greek Cypriots missing since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus demonstrated Friday outside the presidential palace at Nicosia. They de- manded help from officials in locating their loved ones. Economic growth slight RITCHIE BROS. OTTAWA (CP) Output of the economy was up slightly in July on the strength of produc- tion by service industries offsetting declines by goods- producing industries. Statistics Canada reported THE Sunday Crossword I formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. Gillespie Crossword NOT SO RARE COINS By William Lutwiniak ACROSS 1 Helped Santa with his list 7 Mausoleum 11 Kitchen denizen 16 Hard work 20 Alloy used in jewelry 21 Same. pref. 22 Oldwomanish 23 Former 24 Starting at 119A. finan- cially inept 26 Very cheap 28 Hostel 29 Straightens 30 "Aeneid." etal 32 Office stamps 33 Tavern quaffs 34 Vestment 35 Veer 36 Toss Margaret' 39 Sweetsop 40 Sales pitch 41 Support the status quo 45 Exhibited 47 Stone broke poke 49 Air radio off 50 Receptions 51 Mr Ives 52 Dismember 53 Where the Ganges flows 54 Upright 55 Goldwater 56 Durable material 58 Mexican wherewithal 59 Melody 60 Otherwise 61 Propel 62 Least cooked 63 Service address 64 Provide with a metallic finish 67 Lives 68 Eccentricity 70 Make known 71 Beginning 72 Competition 74 With117A, 1930's phrase 79 A likely storyl 82 Storms Fr. 83 Do business 84 Environs 85 Give up 86 Horsy dads 87 Tinker Bell, for one 88 Bay window 89 Jewish philosopher 99 Heads up 100 Goes on 102 Heron 103 Clan 104 Essential 105 Mrs Dick Tracy 106 lazuli 107 May or Ann 108 Facet 111 Disgusted 112 Flat dish of old Romans 114 Lea sound 117 See74A 119 See24A 122 Fork feature 123 Royal house; kind of car? 90 Elbow-benders 124 Oriental VIP 91 German author 125 Nothing in 92 Alumnus 93 Read 94 Diminutive ending 95 Jukebox, of yore DOWN Naples 126 Hep 127 Black hues 128 Mars or Jupiter 129 Follows 1 Native Anzonan 2 Press 3 Thing word 4 Constituent of solder 5 Norse epic 6 Punctures 7 Accounts 8 OKs. in Caen 9 Rockies, e g 10 Prague's area 11 Root part 12 Sure of being won 13 Draws bead 14 Cleveland airpt 15 Promontory 16 Blew horn 17 Eleven, in Lyons 18 Bakery worker 19 Glass 21 down (mutes) 25 Lubricated 27 Cow 31 Harbor feature 34 Fittingly 35 Office help 36 Jai alai 37 From scratch 38 Show no mercy 39 Made hole in one 40 Horse of hue 41 Play part 42 Laid the matter before another 43 Tuneful 44 Skoal and prosit 46 Hawaiian goose 47 Hospital pro 48 Compel 51 Bereca'ci- trant 53 Penthouse, for one7 55 Miss Sharp 56 Cautious 57 Highly seasoned 58 Pan 61 Chute 62 City on the Truckee 64 Dressed to the- 65 Dudgeons 66 Rice field 67 Thorough si. 69 Eggs on 72 Even chance 73 Baltimore athlete 74 Pickle's milieu 75 Egyp; abbr. 76 Proverbially alluring vegetable 21 X 21. by Martha J. De Witt Music, to 1 Eye. to 4 Great space 8 Disfigureo Leader Create a Gladiators' 10 Revises The 12 Com obget Wove Philippine 13 16 Site of Tire Bliss 19 What Steel 20 S Took In the 22 23 Medrt. Dandruff or It 25 A 24 ar.-ows The Depend 77 Advocate suff. 78 Exigency 80 Fidelis" 81 Condemned doctrine 83 for every! ing 81 Some den- tists' claim 83 Egotist's opposite 85 Fry 86 Ascertain 87 Give out 88 Performed vocally 89 MacMahon and Sullivan DOWN Indian, tot one 2 They all lead loRome 3 Nascent 4 Sensual philosophy 5 Stir 85 Parish priest of Paris 87 Data 88 Curved moldings 89 Woolsey's Wheeler 91 Put wrongly 93 Constituent of pepper 95 Family member 96 Headmen 97 NKVO's predecessor 98 What roof did after rain 99 U S. orator Chauncey 101 Hi-fi "must" 103 God horsing around 106 Faulty auto 107 Rattans 108 Regarding 109 Revolve 110 Breathe hard 111 Kennel occupant 112 Prefix with matic 113 It's-to tell a lie 114 115 Pre- 116 Fruit drinks 118 Title 120 Uncle. m Dundee 121 Passive noun 6 Cheese ingredient 7 Brit. curr. 9 Sensual gratification 11 Ginger -12 Walk wearily 13 Capital of Italia 14 Ciemedela creme 15 Ankle 16 Cupidity 17 Gnn 38 Pintail Girl's name 21 Admit 22 Ait 24 U S agency 26 Try 28 General's assistant 29 Express a ludgment 31 Blood fluids 32 Some evenings in South Pacific 34 Bosom Famous satellite 40 Sock troubles 42 Cow 44 Hoary 45 Get -.go' 48 Tote 49 Baxter or Bancroft 51 Chills and fever S2 Discourage 53 Milton's was lost 54 To the pomt 55 Aid's companion 56 Whale ex plorer. or Dr. Salk 58 Wanting 59 Craze 60 Csonka. Knck.etal. 61 Dey 63 Favorable reviews Evian. e.g. 65 Exaggerated nostalgia 68 Whip mark 69 Eyesore 71 Facility 72 Holler 75 In a state of flux 76 Baltic peoples 78 Sweetsop 79 Mrs. Messer- schmidt, e.g. 82 Can 84 Vase CRYPTOGRAMS 1. AC ZIP XKY1OBE M A E L Y Z T A IN P ZIP SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES Ot-JD DOB BOB DDDOD BOD BOO DOB DDJtl ODBDBBCT I1DODD J974 fjy Chicago Vnbuii WorW fibrils Reserved Y Syrid Int XMANP KG YZBOXY TAUU MAYP BLBAE. India M. Spwry WEGJZ KGFPYE WYEKDFH HGX FG YXFYEFMnX RMKY RJYHFH BDFP POH X Y B Z F J K II. -ByEarilrrUnd USUC US1RBLEU RK L PC1RBYE EU EYC MUSIC PR1CEELMECK. Norton Rbocdn 1KG ERIKVYKINY1K R1 K ERIK VI KING. -ByWibooDew Cryptograms Many think thin old-time qoip still applies: me no qncvtfons IH tcfl yon no tics." Plump cartoonist drew cartoons which sold only to a cHdrwTc poHkaliot) for candy bars instead of money. bean borrowed bkycfe to show off "no style. Watchword todav: heahliT, dear water. Friday that the index of real domestic measure of the value of goods and ser- vices produced by the up two-tenths of one per cent in July over June. This index, adjusted for seasonal variations, discounts the effect of price increases and is a measure of real growth. Among components of the index, manufacturing tumbled seven-tenths of one per cent in July. This sub-index accounts for one-quarter of the real do- mestic product index. The best gains among major industry groups were in trade, a reflection of strength of con- sumer spending. The sub- index for wholesale trade was up six-tenths of one per cent and retail trade five-tenths of one per cent. The over-all index was 4.1 per cent higher in July com- pared with the previous July. However, there was no growth in the economy in the second quarter of this year and the July domestic product index level was still slightly below the level for March. Grouping all goods- producing industries together, there was a drop of five-tenths of one per cent in the July index for this category. The index of goods- producing industries had mov- ed lower in four consecutive months and the July level was 3.3-per-cent below the March index figure. The index of service-produc- ing industries was up by eight- tenths of one per cent in July and it was 2.3-per-cent above the March level. Most components of wholesale trade showed gains in July, and among retailers the best increases were by motor vehicle dealers, clothing stores and food stores. Another contributor to the strength of the service sector was railway freight carriage, due to increases for such commodities as wheat, meat. coal. logs, automobiles and automobile parts. The index of agriculture production was down for the sixth straight month. The July level was I.I per cent below June and 7.7 per cent below January. Forestry was higher in up 1.5 per cent from 12.9 per cent below (he March index level. Strikes affected first-half results in the forestry in- dustry but weaknesses in Canadian and United States housing markets has re- duced demand and resulted in layoffs. Transatlantic air fares cut WASHINGTON (ReaterD The United States and Britain announced Friday a 20-per- cent cut from November to April in transatlantic flights by their airlines in a move aimed at increasing profitability. "This should go a long way in helping Pan American with its SlO-iDilJion-a-month deficit a senior U S. official said. PLACE: laygo'tl Transport Yirt 103 AVI 21st Street Edmonton. Aid. (Opposite Shaw-Pipe) DATE: Thurs.. October a.m. ON BEHALF OF: Transport Ltd. other owners TRUCK TRACTORS: Kenworth conv tractors 892318 892309 290 cummins. 13 spd SQHD, 1973 White cabover tractor CA213HV978878 290 cummins, 13 spd 444; Mack conv tractors 23036. 23019. 27868. 28778. Maxidyne 5 spd. Mack; Mack conv tractor 21083, 201965, T15445 Maxi- dyne 5 spd Mack, Kenworth 1 cabover 4 conv. tractors 214841, 86075. 86076, 86209 250 cummins 4x4 SQHD, 1970 Mack conv tractor 16718C Maxidyne 5 spd Mack, 1968 White cabover tractor CA213HV036757 270 Cummins 4x4 SQHD, SWITCH TRACTORS: 1962 Mack tractor 37652; 1960 IHC C933G. SERVICE VEHICLES: 1974 Ford F600 tow truck F600 DC133246 45 spd winch tow boom, 1971 GMC CS1341127065. 1969 GMC C9E1491105031. 1961 Chevrolet IT Flatdeck OC3603611546B, TANKER TRAILERS: Westbank 72WR132. 72WR170, 4 compact 7400 gals, Westbank 71WR58, 71WR138 71WR28; 71WR161: 3, 4 5 compart, 7400 gals, Fruehauf 525204, 114201. 3 5 compart. 7000 7400 gals, 2 1970 Fruehauf, 841201, 866802. 3 5 compart. 7400, 1963 Columbia C7595 5 compart, 6500 gals, TANDEM DUMPS: IHC 1850 Loadstar diesel 15685DCA17708, 15685DCA17863; DV550-200 HP IHC diesel; TM 12 yd box, 5x4 trans TRAILERS: Hi Boy trailers models 1964 to 1974 42' to 45' WHEEL LOADERS: 1973 Cat 930 41K3833 2-'A yd bucket, R.O.P.S.. John Deere 350 098953, yd bucket teeth BACKHOES: Bucynes-Ene backhoe 228, mobile crane 118620 CCC Carrier, mt diesel in backhoe IHC in carrier. WELDERS: 1974 Canox Welder C-BR300 HO713191 cont gas 4 cyl Ritchie Bros. Phone: At Sale Site: (403) 467-5564 Phone or write for FREE Brochure: RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS LTD. 920 Bridgeport Road Richmond, B.C. RITCHIE BROS. PLACE: Calgary, Alberta DATE: Thursday. September 26, a.m. ON BEHALF OF: B-Line Express Ltd. TANDEM TRUCK TRACTORS: F-700 Cummins engines, 1999. convention with sleeper tandem tractor 119984 8V71 GM engine. Mack R-700 tandem tractor Mack engine 1101. 1100, 1099, cabover single axle tractor 82918. 270 Cummins engine: Kenworth cabover tandem tractor 82703 NH 250 Cummins diesel engine; Freightlmer cabover tandem tractor NH 270 Cummins engine. 1970 White Freight- liner cabover tandem tractor CA213HV049077 NH 270 cummins engine. BODY VANS: GMC single axle 16' body van refrigeration C9553 PO13477 292 6 cyl engine: C955539PO13174. C9559P013175. Single axle 18' heated body van 416600C035602 V-345 engine. Fargo single axle 16' insulated body van slarj 6 cyl engine D5C2412385. D5C2412916. D5L2J17199. single axle 16' steel flatdeck truck CY58087E6 V-345 engine: single axle 16' body van 1600CW40601FG 6 cyl. engine. single axle 16 stack and rack truck 5213C c.'w 6 cyl engine: 1960 B-30 Mack single axle 18' heated body van tractor 30P4615 Mack gas engine: single axle 14' body van truck 1910C 6 cyl. engine. TANDEM AXLE CITY TRACTORS: 1960 B-75 Mack tandem tractor B-7532512 206 Mack engine. 1960 B-61 Mack tandem tag axle tractor 29903 170 Mack engine. 1958 B-61 Mack tandem tag axle tractor 29903 170 Mack engine- 1957 B-61 Mack tandem tag axle tractor 11616 170 Mack engine. SINGLE AXLE CITY TRACTORS: 1958 B-61 Mack single axle tractors 21502 170 Mack engine: 1961 H-61 Mack single axle trans 170 Mack engine, 5391 800 cabover single axle tractor 135471G4519675L V-8 engine. 1964 IHC 1700 cabove' sngie axle tractor CW55461F8 V-345 engine. 1964 IHC H200 single axte tractor CW181876G V-6 engire. 1964 GMC single axle tractor DB17011F871576 671 GM diesel engine 5 speed TRACTORS HYDRAULIC LIFTS: clipper cabover tandem t.-actor 3122536 250 Cummins engine. 1967-Dodge single axle 16' steel flatdeck 983656 hyd. lift on box. winch 8 ginpoles. 60000 telescopic new crane mounted outriggers REFRIGERATED MEAT RAILER TRAILER: 6-1971 Can Car 42' refrigerated landem meal railer trailer 371-3150-001. 371-3150-002. 371-3150-003. 371-3293-002. 371-3293-003. Kemlile walls, sliding boggies. Fruehau 40' refrigerated landem meal railer trailers OXK 793401 S OXK 793402. 5-1969 Fruehaul 40' refrigerated landem meat tailer trailers OXK698901. OXK742701. OXK742703. OXK773301 Can Car 25' pup refrigerated tandem meat railer trailers 674096. 663153. 6737502. Can Car 25" pup telngerjJed single axte meal railer Iraiters 67410 674097 6320060. 2-1969 FruehauJ 40" Janctem insulated feeler vans S OXK 698902 and XK 698905. Fruetisul wide tandem insulated reefers vans DXJ675802. OXJ675803. DXJ675BW. SXJ675805. OXJ654703. FrueTiaul 45x102" wide landem insulated volume vans OXWI874101. XDXM874102 HIBOYS: Fniehaul 45'x102" wide tiiboys 32P2595QS. 32P291401. Timple Zff Mboys s 2801. SINGLE AXLE CITY PICKUP DELIVERY PUP TRAILERS: 20 pup single vans WE8911. C4748. 53S755. 535879 CARS: 1973 Plymouth Fury n 2