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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Supplied by Doherty McCualg Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONOS Td Cdn P Tr Cdn P Sept. Oct. July 4te% Sept. Perp. 3 Stf-t. 15 8 72 Matured '75 97.00 B8.03 '78 ICi.M 105.50 '83 79.75 39.00 April July '75 100.00 101.00 '75 102.00 1C3.0D PROVINCIAL oOVERKMENT OF CAHAOA GUARANTEED BONDS '90 107.00 10T0 '90 109.00 111.00 CONVERTIBLES Alta G T Dynasty 7 Acklands Tar, Eur Rain 7W'< Tr Cdn P 5 WC Tr C 5V4% WC Tr '93 147.00 151.00 93.00 98.00 '83 100.00 102.00 '83 87.00 89.00 '83 115.00 96.00 S3.00 Market slump continues By MIKE WILLIAMS Canadian Press Staff Writer Lack of investor confidence was reflected on major Cana- dian stock markets this week as prices in almost all sectors drifted lower in lacklustre trad- ing. Ttie almost total absence of confidence was not a surprise to most analysts who had ear- lier predictec'i lite slump would last indefinitely. News of a continuing high level of unemployment and gen- eral economic unrest were cited by observers as factors contributing to the dull market trend. Even though the market is depressed at the present time experts say they are certain 8 6VM Alberta Ontario Ont Hyd New Br Nfld N. S. Quebec Alberta W, Man Hyd 8 Sask 8W Nfld ACT 8 1 Man Tel 8 '93 102.00 104.00 90.00 92.03 '94 106.00 103.00 'SO 103.00 110.00 '74 101.00 102.00 '82 84.00 85.00 '74 100.00 '80 103.00 106.00 '91 95.00 93.00 '90 103.00 105.05 '90 107.00 109.0D 100.00 102.00 '74 101.00 102.00 Hatching eggs not same lie economy will pick up con- siderably before too long and continue strong at least into 1B74. In its current market letter, Richardson Securilies of Can- ada suggested purchasing is- sues of the Bank of Nova Scotia, Toronto Dominion Bank, Provincial Bank of Canada, Stelco, Inco, Sherritt Gordon, Gulf Oil and Shell. NO SCOPE FOK HISE Stocks Hie company said should be avoided because they are adequately priced are those i n broadcasting, distilling, printing and publishing and the telephone dustries. At New and tobacco in- York, the market losses in posted fractional sluggish tracing. On the Montreal and Cana- dian stock markets, the com- posite index was up .13 points, CALGARY (CP) Hatching eggs require special consider- ation if a national egg market- ing agencv is formed, the Al- bertn Broiler Growers' Mavket- ina Board "says. II. D. Falkenberg, chairman INDUSTRIALS Alia G T '90 IM.OO 107.03 Alcan 'SI 103.03 107.00 B. C. For 9W1 '92 107.00 109.03 B.C. Tel '90 1C4.00 106.03 Bell Tel '79 104.00 K6.00 Bell Tel '93 107.00 109.03 CP Ltd '89 102.00 105.03 CP Sec m% '90 105.00 107.00 Cdn Util '91 ICG.00 108.03 CWNG 9li% '90 107.00 109.00 Gulf Oil 102.03 105.03 Inter P P '93 105.00 103.03 Massey '83 105.00 107.00 Noranda 9Vi% '30 105.CO 103.00 Int Nickel 614% '00 103.00 107.03 N and C G '91 105.00 107.00 S'. of Cdn CWo '50 103.00 103.C3 Sanitation code adopted OTTAWA (CP) A national initatica code outlining sfand- rds of cleanliness for eating tablishments in Canada was Friday at a cpnferc'.-e federal and provincial health and members of the Restaurant Associ RIVIERA MOTOR HOTEL Welcomes you to Edmonton To help make your stay more would like to introduce you to oil cur facilities. MORE PEOPLE STAY AT THE RIVIERA- BECAUSE THE RIVIERA OFFERS YOU MOREI Write or Telephone IVIERA MOTOR HOTEL 5359 CALGARY TRAIL 43-43-43-1 anadian Lion. The code, introduced in draft orm at the start of the three- ay conference Wednesday, developed over the last 10 eai'3 lo provide voluntary tancards for restaurant oper- tors and public health in- pectors. It deals with the sanitary i a n d 1 i n g preparation and erving of food to ensure eon- timer protection and reduce he number of cases of acciden- al food poisoning. Detailed juidciines are set out in the code for food waste disposal, vashrooms, ventilation, light- ng, equipment an6 construc- ion at food service estab- lishments. It also spells out hy- giene standards for pLVsonnel. of the broiler board, said he tad no concern ova- control o! JJelectlVe latCll eggs marketed for human con- umption. But the broiler board was ..worried that eggs used.to hatch broiler chicks would fall under agency control and that these would be as lart of the province's egg quota. Such tight control would hin- der the broiler industry in the province which increased hatch- ing by 12.G per cent during the firsl eight months this yea: com- pared with the same period of 1971. Armual growth has aver- aged nine per cent. To maintain such growth ship- pers of hatching eggs need flexibility to dispose of surplus production and to meet unex- pected demand. told a National luncheon Friday H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker Canadian hank acts as agent for consortium TORONTO (CP) A con sortium of 34 international banks headed by Toronto Do- minion Bank has signed a million loan agreement with the government of Malaysia, it was announced Thursday. Toronto Dominion is acting as agent and managing hank for the consortium with Bank Bumiputra Malaysia Berhad and United Banking Corp. Ber- had, both of Kuala Lumpur, as co-managers. The loan agreement, signed Sept. 15, is for seven years will 3 floating interest rate on the London Interbank rale It will be in U.S. dollars ov tin equivalent in other foreign cur rencies and will finance (level opment projects in the secom Malaysia Plan. in GM models WASHINGTON (Reutcr) General Motors has recalled KIO cars it hasn't even sold yet. GM chairman Richard C. Gerstenbsrg Press Club that a trunk latch defect had been discovered on some of the company's higher-priced 1973 models during a routine in- spection at one of the com pany's plants. The cars were to have gone sale Thursday, Gerstenberj aid, but the company decided hold up deliveries to custom- 's until the factory staff re- aced the part, which was des- ribed as a strut supporting a imbination trunk lid and rear closing Friday at 213.25. Tliis was fractionally liigher than last week's 217.57. Combined volume on the two exchanges was 6.56 million shares compared with 6.20 mil- lion last week. Trading was moderate during most of the week on the To- ronto market with 9.19 million shares changing hands, com- pared with 9.39 million shares a week earlier. Tlie industrial index, consid- ereo a major indicator of mar- ket trends, fell .47 Friday to close at 208.CO, down 1.68 pDints on the week. It was the lowest close for the industrial index since Aug. 2. DOW JONES DROPS At New York, the Dow Jones industrial average of 30 key blue-chip stocks fell 4.29 on the week to close at 943.03 despite a comeback of more than three points Friday. The gold index at Toronto also took a beating, closing at 193.02, down 3.80 on the week. The index did, however, man- age to recover some Icsses suf- fered near the close of last week when the price of gold in London began dropping sharply. Experts attributed the dro] to a liquidation by speculator who felt they could not sell th metal at prices over Paper gold ivins U.K. support LONDON (CP) Britain the Canadian Initiative, given conditional support to the A communique. issued by Canadian proposal lor a further fixed allocation of Special Drawing Rights, or paper gold, although a large section of the Commonwealth is in full accord Tire workers jobs Oil jtay CALGARY (CP) More lan 180 employees at a south- east tire and rubber company tayed on their jobs Friday after ratifying a settlement lours before their s4ike dead- ine passed Thursday night. Terms of the settlement were not released The workers at Firestone ALBERTA REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION Presents AN INTERMEDIATE COURSE IN REAL ESTATE 25 EVENING LESSONS BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27ih For Details nnd Registration Contact: UTHBRIDGE REAL ESTATE BOARD CO-OP IIMITED 532 6lh Slrset South 328-8838 Cire and Rubber Co. of Canada Ltd. voteil Tuesday night to tralk off their jobs iate Thurs- day. The strike vote followed ntroduction of a settlement union representatives negotiat- ed the same day. The workers were seeking a ,vage boost of more than SO cents an hour management had initially offered. They also wanted a guarantee that video- tape machines would not be in- stalled along production lines to monitor them. The basic wage at Firestone is S3.10 an hour. Salurdoy, Stpltmblr 43, 1772 TW UTHBRIDOF WRAID 27 B.C. probes ;oal pipeline VICTORIA (CP) The Brit- sh Columbia government Is in- the possibility of a mblicly owned pipeline to ransport coal to the coast from eastern B.C., Commercial transport Minister Jim Lori- mer said. "They are the things of the :uturc and if they are to como we ought to investigate public ownership rather than let CP tail monopolize the whole he said in an inter- view. At present, CP Rail is the sole carrier of coal from eastern B.C. and southwestern Alberta :o Vancouver for shipment to Japan. It also is investigating a pipeline. The coal is carried now by train. Under the pipeline sys- tem, crushed coal would be moved in water, with the water removed at the snipping ter- minal. Commonwealth finance minis- ters Friday said many minis- ters agreed that the allocation of this form of reserve asset should, in the new base period beginning next January, ba at least equal to the distribution in the initial allocation. Canadian Finance Minister John Turner, who returned to Ottawa before the two-day con- ference ended, urged support for allocation of billion a year for the nexf two years, equivalent to the annual dis- tribution rate in the previous three days. Turner said before leaving that he is confident his proposal will get "a good deal" of Com- monwealth support when the is- sue comes up at the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank at Washington next week. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Zeller's Ltd., TA cents; per-cent ptd., cents, both Oct. 31, record Oct. 2. BUNCH OF FLOWERS A head of cauliflower Is really a bunch of flowers. In Osbawa, Ont., a spokes- lan for General Motors of Canada said no Candian-built ars were recalled. KAISER RESOURCES LTD. will be interviewing candidates for a government approved UNDERGROUND TRAINING PROGRAM at their coal mine at Sparwood IN SOUTHEASTERN B.C. Interested applicants should apply to their nearest Manpower Centre RATE OF PAY PER HOUR Chief Accountant A leading manufacturer of Mobile Homes and Industrial Camps requires a chief accountant for their ptont in Ctares- holm, Alberta. The applicant wilE bn a recent R.I.A. or C.A. graduate with experience In construction, possess a sound of cost control and information procedures and have ability to co-rdlnale and direct tho working support staff members. Trio position offers unusual opportunity for growth fn a firmly established and rapidly expanding Good benefits package and a salary com- mensurate with training and experience. Apply In fllrict confidence gi education ond experience Id ing information of D. M. JOHNSTONE SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD. Box 970, CLARESHOLM, Alberta. CrOSSWOrd By W. B. RELIANCE AGENCIES 622 3rd. Ave. So. PKone 327-1116 Listing. Service -Exclusive Agents for BOYCHUCK Construction ltd. Insurance Service IN ADDITION now announce the EXPANSION of our APPRAISAL DE- PARTMENT (or Gains Value -Highest nnd Best Insurance -Feasibility Appraisal Information call: Norm Bullied Kon Branch Jerry Zeiulka Seek strangler in Ontario WATERLOO, Ont. (CP) An at-dusk attacker who polic believe mny b? mentally di; turbed has prompted dozens i calls from anxious parents r spending to a police call fc public vigilance. Two teen-aged boys have been choked into uncon- sciousness in episodes 11 days apart and the normal Friday- night complement of eight po- lice officers was augmented by five more In an attempt to catch the culprit. One officer said tire attacker may have thought he killed the toys. Police said extra men ,iisn are sclieduled for next week. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds down 1-32 at 3-16. Pound sterling down 13-15 at 3-16. J NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar down 1-frl at Sl.OJ 53-64 in terms of U.S. funds Pound sterling down 53-61 al Wens Real Estate Award for Second Time this year ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD. are nounce that TREVOR HANSEN pleased to an- Vias won the LETH- BRIDGE REAL ESTATE BOARD CO-OP LTD. SALES- MAN OF THE MONTH AWARD for the month of Aug- ust. He also was the recipient of this award for the mcnth of May. Buying or Selling? TREVOR HANSEN ART IWILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD. WEST END OF CENTRE VILLAGE MALL REAL ESTATE SERVICE _ INSURANCE PHONE 32B-B184 mouth 5 Reirioia 9 Scorch 14 Alaskan btuchackL 20 Contralto 21 Willow genus 22 23 Regiment commandei 24 Entrap 26 Leveret 23ShatJovj: si. 29 Supple- ment 30 Acquire 31 Malign took 33 Singers Ed and Nancy 35 Horse's neckpiece Pack away 33 Satiate 39 Stimulate 40 Deprive of office 42 Fouls 45 Tops 46 Insert 47 Confound 52 Stepped off 53 Red- bclfied trcul 1j4 Magnitude 1 W.i- saidme 2 Agave 3 Young ox 4 May Day! 5 Greek letter G Girl's nama 7 Com 8 Swiss 9 Father: sL 10 Modify 11 Inlets "LET'S GO FISHING" ACROSS 55 Enrapture 79 Italian river 80 Old Span- ish co in 83 Lads 84 Stags 86 Parr, grUsa ot smelt 90 Otherwise 91 Degener- ates 92 Hind end 93 Water: Fr. 34 Danish coin 93 Right of precedenes 96 Game food fisb 97 Scold) island 98 cornbp iorrn 1W Operated 101 OVIaho- man Indian 102 Tavern 103 Home of I he baan Boston 104 Tennis term 141 Roman 105 Poise 106 World----- 143 Mantle, 108 Hebrew 144 Funsral prophet vehiclG 110 Trite 111 British physicist 5G Skills 57 Appears 58 Neighbor of N. J. and Pa. 59 Live 60 Negative- connective 61 Mail distri- buting unit: abbr. 62 On 63 Boon compan- ions 64 Urge 65 World War II initials GG High crag- gy hi II 67 State of mind 68 Agree- ment 69 Carte 70 Profit 71 Respond 73 Sumptu- ous 74 Mark of a proof- reader 75 Doleful word 76 Veneration 77 Plunders 78 Country festival 112 Organic salt 113 Allied in the snap- per 114 Fabulous birds 115 Sweats 116 Emphasize 113 Hindu unit. oi length 119 Mexican grouper 120 Harem rooms 124 Landlord Man's name 126 fiias 127 Antiquat- 130 Spanish- American cloaks 132 Grows old 134 Uniform 136 Mechani- cal person 138 Assaults 139 Informets: si. 145 Herbage 146 Lichen 147 Puff 12 Roman numerals 13 Head coverings 14 Swellings 15 Old, times 16 Gypsies 17 Node 13 Fly 19 "twist 23 Church l 25 Antelope 27 Diners 32 Letters 34 Omit DOWN Sacred bull 38 Bronie coins of India 39 Rasc.il Appor- tions 41 Kind of seal i'.v 42 Ancient city of Greece 43 Game fish 44 Perfon 45 Toward the front 46 Small trout-liko fish 48 Immortal" soul: Egypt. religion 49 Temper 50 51 Egrets 53 Mackrel- lifcefish TV's Bcb------ ers 10X 19 by Betty Leary 1 Avouch b Iron el al 9 Gaseous element "H Suinged in- sliumenl 12 Foy 13 Offshoot 15 Slippery 16 Carmine 19 Hails 21 Attempt 22 Figuteman' 25 Peeved 27 Feels injured 29 Four times avear: abbi. 30 An'rmM horn ACROSS 32 Ave vala 33 Ordinary dress 34 Scattered 36 37 Sad 38 Social affair 39 Pickling solution 41 Helpers 42 Mercury 44 Peevish 45 Deodais 45 School course: abbr, 49 Short Llittlc atten- tion1 51 Papal name 52 Hellish 55 Horn sounds 56 Novelist Jules------ 58 ------of the guard 59 Night birds 60 Unspecified person 62 Aloof ones 63 Landon 64 WWII area 65 Kind of courage or cheese 67 Alfonso's queen 63 O.T. Book 63 Walk in a group 71 Backus character 73 74 Offspring 75 Glimpse 76 heroine DOWN 1 Wood- man's toof 2 Smallscoul boat 3 Stoppers 4 Turbid 5 Exclama- tions of surprise 6 Knocks 7 Mistake 8 Shrub 57 Scralcn 5S Small hunting dog 59 English composer 62 Merganser 63 Step' 64 French fathers 68 Small seeds 69 Essential in brewino 40 French marshal 14 Car part 16 French- man's income 17 Surplus 18 Printer's mark 20 Separated 22 Sleeve or trouscr parts 23 Maori weapon 24 Seed covering 25 Large 26 Oroplels 28 Pecan '29 Stranga 31 Snubs 33 Deconcy 70 Limey pokey 72 Whip mark 73 Devilfish 74 Ingredient gefullte 77 Hosier 79 Maori mutton fish 80 Rest 81 Buoys 82 Classify 35 Tienri 37 King Henry's speciality 40 Slipery 41 Drink 42 Gives up S3 City on Ih" Rhine 85 Wine vessel 86 87 Eels B8 Wise ex- pression French city Ql Brooks 92 Perch 93 Covet 96 Layeis 97 Images 38 Sun fish 99 Sea eagres 104 Assuage 105 Law of Moses 107 Thatis: Lat. t08 God of war 109 Bronco 110 Projecting rock 111 purchaser 113 Coarse 115 Kind of fish 117 Wooden pfn 118 Outer- coverings 115 Deadly poisons 120 Brilliantly 121 Medicina measure. 12Z Handle 123 Rocky eminence 125 Queen of heaven 126 food fish 127 Ancient Greek coin 128 W.I. fish 129 131 133 Ganoid fisfc 135 Vigor 137 Spherical hody 140 abbr. 142 Conson- ants 43 Eliminate, 48 Hotels, as difficulties 49 pillared 44 Viking chieftan 45 St. Peter 47 Shrine al Mecca walk 50 Wolf cry 51 Moon vehicle 53 Oui 54 Lett 5G Magic rites 57 Snare 60 Cigar: colloq. 61 French school 64 Precise 66 Base or plate 63 Letters 70 Babyfoorf 72 Sides in cricket 01' T.AST WtXK'S PUZZLES' CRYPTOGRAMS JPADXXDOOJ1 AYYZZJ.JFJX V X H .1 I DEMJX 0 F K U V R Q N P B U Z, Y E E J X R Q N V Y E E J ,1 MY y 0 O Marlcnc E. Adams (J1EYOIAN: WARTOYOF FREA IT I, A T E BIT TAWItLAG BRWWYOF ORI-YION? By India M. Sperry 1 nOLCUZ TECMULYZ TGHMKYEK. -Dj-Esther Neville T M W G O W; F. R O G 0 W, P R J -ByM.E. A. TI1TAAKII CGCTA 4. AH 7, THWOGMS TJXZME T.1WGOW PMI THE, AXE KRO PJS, PMI TIIWGOW. Last Week's Cryptograms cheerful aerually have no more sense of humor than laughing hyenas. 2-Bumptious senator goes where fho glod wind blows humpnl 3-Forest ranger interesting tour for lovrisl. reports after plcne tana's. regret ony inconvenience that may have been caused you. ;