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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta, 30, 1972 THI LCtHBDIDGE HEDALD _ 13 UN economic council Buyers see bargains Supplied by Doherty McCuaigi Limited GOVERNMENT Of CANADA BONDS VA% 8 Sept. 1, Oct. 1, July 1, Sept. 1, '72 Matured '75 97.50 98.50 '78 104.00 106.00 80.50 81.00 Perp. 3 Sept. 15 40.00 42.00 April July '75 100.00 101.00 1, '75 105.00 103.00 Sept. 1, '92 81.00 83.00 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Alberta Ontario 7 Ont Hyd 9 New Br 9 Nfld 8 N. S. Quebec Alberta '90 102.00 104.00 '88 90.00 92.00 '94 106.00 108.00 '90 108.00 110.00 '74 101.00 102.00 '92 84.00 86.00 '74 100.00 102.00 '90 103.00 106.00 Man Hyd 8 '91 96.00 98.00 Sask '90 103.00 105.00 Nfld 9V4% '90 107.00 109.00 AGT 8 '74 100.00 102.00 Man Tel 8 '74 102.00 INDUSTRIALS Alta G T 9Vi% Alcan B.C. For 105.00 108.00 '91 105.00 107.00 '92 102.00 105.00 NOW THERE'S A NEW BI- CYCLE THATS [NTHE8A3 LITERALIX FOLPS INTO ITS OWN MOLD- ED SUITCASE'WITH HANDLE MEASURING TOTAL WEIGHT OFCYCLE ANDCASE1937J41BS.... NEHCMWER fORCMSHtXDSONfOA LotrwTHC [WCS NEW YORK (CP) Canada IBS ratified an amendment to he United Nations charter that would double membership of he UN Economic and Daci Council to 54 from 27, External Ufairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said recently. The external affairs department said in a news at Canada is supporting the largement of the council in der to make it more repre-nlative of the UN. Ratifica-on was by cabinet order-in-ouncil earlier this month. Enlargement of the council an only proceed after ratiflca-on of the charger amendment y two-thirds of the UN's mem-jers, including the five per-anent members of the Secur-y the United States, SSR, Britain, France, and hina. However, sessional committees have already been ex-anded by giving additions members the right to partici-ate in the work of the counci without the right to vote. Mr. Sharp notified UN offi-ials of Canada's ratification before addressing the General Assembly MIKE WILLIAMS Canadian Press Staff Writer With investors taking advart-a g of kwer-Uian-nonnal prices, major Canadian stock aarkets rose higher this week n light to moderate trading. Analysts said prices on most stocks dropped sharply over the ast month because o Albert Miller, 59, of Calgary died while undergoing surgery after suffering massive i n t e rn aleeding from stomach injurie following a car-truck Gov't. p WINNIPEG (CP) within five years ot the million level, Mr. Richardson said. Annual federal purchases now are about million in western Canada and million in the Maritimes. Mr. Richardson, MP for Winnipeg South, said 85 per cent of the government's annual billion purchases are made now in Ontario and Quebec, provinces which together have 64 per cent of Canada's population. The new policy was designed to ease this disparity, the minister told a news conference. The federal department, warehouses in Toronto, last week. Trading was light to moderate throughout the week on the Toronto market with 9.19 mil ion a week earlier. It was the first weekly minister James Richardson has announced a change in federal government purchasing policy has been adopted. It will give a belter break to businessmen in western and atlantic provinces. Mr. Richardson, minister of supply and services, said the new policy will be implemented immediately, by 1977, when the program is in lull opera-iton, it could mean annual federal purchases In the West ol million. In the Maritime provinces federal purchases could in Edmonton and Halifax. Suppliers and manufacturers in the more heavily industria ized provinces still would hav the advantage of longer produc tion runs and proximity to mar keU, and most federal pu chases would continue to com from Ontario and Quebec. Mr. Richardson said all fed e r a 1 government requir ments, for use in the western o Atlxilic provinces, will be bought from suppliers in thos regions, provided the total cos to the government cannot 1 reduced by using other Can dian RESOURCES LTD. be interviewing candidates for a government approved UNDERGROUND TRAINING PROGRAM at their coal mine at Sparwood IN SOUTHEASTERN B.C. Interested applicants ihould apply to thiir nearest Manpower Centra RATE OF PAY PER AGENCIES 822 3rd. AY.. So. Phone 327-1116 Listing Service -Exclusive Agentt for BOYCHUCK Construction Ltd. Insurance Service IN ADDITION -We now the EXPANSION of our APPRAISAl DE-PARTMENT for -Capitol Gaini Value -Highest and Beit Uie Insurance Appraisal Information call: Norm Bullied Ken Branch Jerry f -f i rrlitAr tllflis WASHINGTON (AP) The National Cancer Institute says a chemical which earlier had been reported 100-per-cent ef- fective against cancer in labo- ratory animals "probably will U.S. grain the RIVIERA MOTOR HOTEL Welcomes you to Edmonton To help your stay more we would like to introduce you to all our facilities. MORE PEOPLE STAY AT THE R1VIERA- BECAUSE THE RIVIERA OFFERS YOU MORE! Write or Telephone leaps iu price WASHINGTON CAP) Farm I prices of wheat, boosted by massive sales to the Soviet Un- ion, jumped 22 cents a bushel in September and averaged the most for the month since 1963, the U.S. agriculture department reported Friday. Wheat at mid-Sepiember av- eraged a bushel, up from in August when it gained 19 cents, then the highest one- month rise in 25 years. JTVIERA "MOTOB HOTEL 5359 CALGARY TRAIL 43-43-43-1 H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker ANNOUNCEMENT T. D, Stanley G. H. Millizan Calgary Power Ltd, announces the appointment of two new vice presidents, effective September 1st. Mr. T. D. Stanley is appointed Vice President-Resources Planning. Mr. 6. H. Milligan is appointed Vice Presi- dent Administration. Mr. Stanley will be responsible for developing plans for the company's total electrical system. Mr. Milligan's responsibilities will cover the operation and maintenance of ihe company's geneo ation, transmission and distribution system. iver be of use by itself in cur- patients with advanced can- r." The institute's statement ided false hopes raised a eek ago when a contractor, ak Ridge National Labora- ry, said the chemical, known BCG, had proved 100-per- ent effective in laboratory its on animals. Oak Ridge of- cials said recently the rft- was not a major break- Jirough in cancer research. Dr. William Terry, chief of le institute's Immunology anch, said Thursday results jlained from use of BCG while encouraging, do not rep- esent a major breakthrough." CrOSSWOrd .ByWilliamlutwiraak ALL SORTS OP PEOPLE Their seats were taken WASHINGTON (AP) The Civil Aeronautics Board says persons with con- firmed reservations on do- mestic airlines last year found all seats taken and were unable to board their flights. The agency said recently that the same thing happened in 1971 to persons booked on international flights of U.S. airlines. The airlines accommodated about half of the stranded do- mestic passengers on other flights departing within two hours, and most of the inter- national passengers within four hours, thus meeting their obligations under CAB rules, the agency said. But domestic and 289 international passengers were not accommodated within those lime limits, and thus, under the rules, were entitled to compensation ranging from to the CAB said. 1 Empty talk 7 Musical refrain 12 Adjective ending 16 JO PDQ 21 The Chariot- eer 23 Phnom 24 Ghetto 25 Smuts and Vorsler 27 Ayubor Yahya Kahn 29 Pionoun 30 Symptoms 31 In any way 33 Bakery 34 Shadings 35 Tele-.- 36 Strong interest 37 Went 40 Monogram: Efcbr. C'est----- 12 Chemical substance 45 Stars: Fr. 1 Hodgepodge 2 Siouan 3 Brief turn 4 Formicids 5 German pronoun 6 Thought Butt 8 Overthrows 9 Lrghtior stars 10 11 Kinship on the lather's sida ACROSS 47 SuVarnoand Suharto 49 Woolly one 51'Familiar with B2. Literary forest 53 Bankrolls 54 Dancer Verdon 55 Jack Sprat, for one 56 Tobacco pipe 57 Highlarufei groups E9 Laid low 60 U. S. tennis star 61 Caviar and shad 62 Common contraction 63 fatalei 64 Place for kine 65 Syngham Rhee 68 Day off 69 Very small 71 Girlollhn hills 72 Cincinnati players 73 Is entitled 74 Isthmians 76 Express 79 Exhibition 80 Musical offerings 81 Unluckily 82 PaitofA.D. 33 Upper cfust 84 Tackles 85 Flatfoot sndshamuG 87 Buffalo Bill's mileu 68 American dramatist 89 Porter 90 Settles 91 A-one 92 Fiddlercrab genus 93 Lever and Goolagong 12 Baldwin 13 River. ducV 14 Sign 15 O'Higglns and Mori- 1alva 16 Heirs' concern 17 Tito or Gomulka 18 Phoantic modulation 19 Nfcefriends 22 Backward- 26 Concision DOWN 28 Spiritual 32 To------ (exactly) Ceramist 36 Viper 36 Firearm sights 37 Tell 38 Relaxed 39 Trudeau 01 Alvarez 41 42 Laughing 43 PM Holyoke, etal 86 Setback 97 Authorize! 99 Loses in interest 100'Area 101 102 Pompeiian nemesis 103 Boundaries 104 Presbyter 105 Floodgate- 108 Shrewish one 109 Walking 110 Mrs. in Bonn 114 Molnaror Liszt 116 OlavVend Margretht US'Similar 120 Heavy reading 121 Boredum 122 Hollywood product 123 Sprinkles 124 Has a bile 125 Palmfiuit 126 Scroll 44 Biitisr, domestic 46 Understand- ing words 47 Kindofltew 48 Proust character 50 Remnants 52 crest G4 Lake of Italy B8 'Outbreaks 57 Choicest part B8 " to 69 Circles 61 Course traveled 62 Environs 63 Badiant 65 Mean 65 Eucalyplul leaf eater 67 Whether- Diagramless 2I ACROSS Teachers have job problem EDMONTON (CP) The number of certified teachers unable to find jobs in Alberta schools this year could go as high as R spokesman for the Alberta Teachers' Associa- tion says. Dr. Murray .Tampolsky, pres- ident of the as- sociation, said about 300 certi- fied teachers responded to an association survey indicating they could not find work in their profession. The 1972-73 school year is about three weeks old. The survey is far from com- plete and not all teachers un- able to find work in. Alberta schools are expected to respond, he said. Yet, results to date indicate "a slight increase in the response" compared with last year, said Dr. Jampolsky. "f take this as a sign that more teachers are looking for employment this year than in previous years." 1 Certain Europeans 6 Select clique 8 Not entirely 10 Desire 11 Portent 13 Saloon counter 14 Zodiac sign 16 Saucy 17 Noisy 19. 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