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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Augu.l 9, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Gold advances at mid-morning TORONTO (CP) Gold is- sues posted slrong advances as prices on the Toronto stock market moved fractionally higher in light mid-morning trrding today. On index, industrials wore up .3 to 174.71, golds 4.5 lo 193..16, base metals .03 lo 91.01 and western oils .98 lo 22G.B7. Volume by 11 a.m. was 36J.I100 shares, down from 402, USD at the saim lime Friday. Advances and declines were about oven, IJ7 to J16, with 165 issues unchanged. Strongest sectors were com- munications, industrial mining, merchandising and real estate. Nie of thn industrial index's 17 sub-groups were higher. PIPELINES LOWER Pipeline, general manufactur- ing and ulility issues edged frajMonslly lower. Trading was temporarily halted in shares of Bankeno Mince, due to an influx of or- ders. When it reslim'rJ Ihe stock was up 35 cents to a high lor fie year. Supertest ordinary was up 2 to Hayes Dana '-.a to Cominco H lo Pa- lino '.a to Algoma Sleel >.i to and Soutnam (i lo k. Inco rose lo j, BP Oil and Gas 10 cents to S7.10, Fal- conlyidge TH to and Dome Mines 1 to ?74. Imperia' oil dropped la lo Tara V: lo Interpro- vincial Pipe Lines li to S2J-U, Dominion Textiles lo and Voyager 15 cenls to 51. Co. PRICES CLIMB JIONTREAL (CP) Prices were up in most sectors in light morning trading on the Monl- rea. stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian S'lock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with Friday. On index, the composite rose .10 to 177.87, industrials .15 to 180.31, utililies .02 to 151.23 and papers .03 lo (12.52. Banks were off .06 to 206 10. Highlighting gains, Metropoli- tan Stores rose S2U to Peoples Department Stores '.'2 lo SI6 and International Nickel SLOW TRADE NEW YORK (AP) Concern i aboil the U.S. economy and dol- lar problems abroad kept inves- tors on the sidelines today while slock prices skidded lower. Trading was very slow. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 4.82 at (145.79. On the New York Stock Ex- change, declines ran ahead of advances by about G to 5. First-hour volume of shares on tho NYSE was the lowest since last Aug. 17, when shares changed hands. The Associated Press CO-stock average was oft 1.5 lo 303.7 at noon. Industrials were down 3.5, rails were off A and utilities were off .1. Noon prices included Borden dow.i si to American Tel- ephone off at S43 and City Investing off la at siSTs. Dome Mines was Ihe chief Ca- nadian gainer, up at Granby Mining wsa up at Losers included Mclntyrc Porcupine otf 2 at 90, Canadian Pacific off at S64 and Hudson Bay Mining off at On the American Stock Ex- change, Canadian Javelin lost to and Molybdenite was off IB at Toas (.masters elect slate CALGARY (CP) Russell Herron of Camarilla, Calif., was elected president of the Toast-masters' International Club during its annual conven- tlo. Dr. Herron formerly senior vice-president of the speaking club, is an associate professor at St, John's College in Cali- fornia and a space and strate- gic systems consultant. Donald Paape, an exploration superintendent with Amoco Canada Petroleum Corp. Ltd. in Calgary, was named senior vice-president. Among declines. Credit Fon- cier lost SI to Sal and Pacific Petroleum ?i to On Ihe Canadian Stock Ex- change. Royal Agassiz climbed I'.b cents to cents on 70.060 shares and North American Rare Melals one cent to 40 cents on shares. I Youth killed at gas jjlaut ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE (CP) Slewart Finch, 19, of Lacombe was killed in an in- dustrial accident at the Acqui- lanr gas planl, 45 miles south- west of here. Tha youlh -.va; holding a boom cnhle used in oil line construction when Ihe cable touched a power line. An inquest has been ordered. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (SuppiJed by Doheriy, noedliouse and McCuaig) Quoiesi WESTERN OILS Alminex 5.75 Alia Fast Gas Asamera Aslilnntl DP Oil Gas Can South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn l-fomesfrf CrJn Homo Pfd Cdn Ind Gab 01 Cdri Long Is Cdn Super Cen Del Rio Charter Chielfan Dome Pele Dynamic Pele Gl Plains LAST BID OR SALE a.m. twoiesi 19.00 5.05 1V.OO 13.75 7.00 5.75 3.95 9.95 19.25 11.50 .73 42.2S 15.75 5.80 6.65 102.00 Lochic-l Mill Cily Ncrth Cdn oil Mumac Permu Polroi Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spocner W. Dccalta 34.00 1-27 l.tO 75 7.10 7.00 !7s'3 J.75 .53 5 50 3.00 .95 5-60 32.62'b 7000 14.25 36.25 36.50 16.55 7.75 4. JO 4.60 12.13V? 1.25 1.35 45 TJCO IB, 62V; 1.39 7.B5 6.95 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 75 I5V2 56.50 5.63M 30.00 36.23 15.50 15..rO Agra Ind Alco Ind Aqualaine Bril NMd Cdn Brew A Cdn flrew B Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Hydro Car CeJn Pacific Inv Si.00 CPR Pfd 11-00 Crcwsncsl Ind 21.75 Cygnus A 5.50 Cnus B rt 00 12.00 5.25 100 00 37.75 33.CO Hume Pitrirf 2-20 Hud Bay Co 17.50 Hud Bay Oil 15.50 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 59.00 Gt Crln Oi GT Cdn Oi Home A Hugh Russell Husky Oil Husky on B Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pipe Inler Steel Pipe. Cdn Occidental Joulcl Kaiser Res Karri Kolia Lake DuFault L Onl Port Cem MGF Manage Mentor Pacific Rank Qrg Selk Hold Shell Can Shell Inv Pfd Shell Inv Wis Sicks Rainier Tele-dyne West Cdn Send While Yukon CALGARY Aerall -71 Barons Oil -C6 Morlh Conf .C3 West Warner -26! PIPELINE STOCKS Alia Gas TLA 44.75 Alia Gas T L Pfd 72.iQ Alfa Nat Gas '1-50 Cdn Nat Gas 16.00 Inland Hal Gas 12.25 N and C Pac Gas Trans N and C Pfd Gaz Gei Metro Pfd Trans Cdn P Trans Cdn P Pfd 41.GO Trans Cdn P Pld 62.M Trans P War Wesl Tran5 25 Western Pac 6 MUTUAL FUNDS A.G.F. Special 2.80 All Cdn Com 7.B2 0.55 All CHn DiVJd B.B5 9.67 All Cdn Venl 3.53 3 American G F 5.57 Cdn Invesl F 4.51 4.95 Collccf M 6.12 6.72 Common Inler 13.5.1 1J.80 Common Lev 3.5J 3.B9 a.m. Corp Invest 5.3J 5. 83 Ccrp Invetl S F -1.90 S.'JS Dreyfus F 11.79 12.92 Grow Equity 7.0C Grouped Inc S 340 3.63 Invesl G F 10.7? 11.77 Invest AAul 5.23 5.72 Wuf Accum 5.B9 MUJ Grow F Nol Res N. W. Finance IJ. W. Grow Principal Grow Royfund plelon .n 5 Jl 7.26 7.93 Ml 5.12 5.63 .1.12 J.52 5.50 5.73 26.66 29.19 United Accum 4.69 5.16 Universal Sav 7.22 7.93 VANCOUVER Anuk .23 Arclic Mining 1C Atlas Explora .-13 None 1.-5 Belh Copper Blcch Ores 3.33 Brenba B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar Pfd Caplain Inlernal Churchill Copper Columbia Coll Coronation Crt'Jit 1.05 Creslbrook F Ind 5.37li 19.50 14 50 7.50 1.03 3.65 30.12V: 67. DC 33.50 Dolly Varden Dynasty Forl Reliance Gianl Mascol Granisle Growers B Key indust Hys Interior Brew Internal Mar Kamloops Copper Lornex Lyllcn Minerals New Imp Wines Okanagan Helicop Plains Pele Primer Pyramid Silver standard Stampede Inl'l Re Texmonl Troian Western Wines WeslToasI Res Western Explora Ulicd .20 .2B 7.90 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities ol Canada LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Guulesi a.m. Quolttl a.m. Quolti) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akailcho Bleck Bay Bralorne Broulan Belhlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Central Pal. Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickenson Mines Denison Mtnes Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines East AAalaMlc East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex Firsl Marlllmes Glanl Y.K. Bovis Gronduc Headway R.L. Hollmger Hudson Bay M-5 Hydro Ex. Iron Bay ISO JoMet Quebec Kerr Aridison Key Anacon Lahrodor Lake shore Lanqls Silver Madsen R L. Mfllarlfc G.F. Marlin McNcely Maclnlyre Met a Midrlm Inlern Mogul New West Home New AJhona New CalumeT New Imperial Noranda .27 2.20 .50 .OS J.OO .25 16.62VZ 5.20 1.96 51.00 2.20 B.BO 1.70 r .37 B.9D 1.15 24.75 -OSVz .54 74.00 .OT .90 1.05 2.92 93.00 .23 1.05 9.00 2.10 5.50 B.OO 38.00 22.37Vi .20 Northgate Norlex Opemiskn Osisko Patino Pine point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherritt pordon Silver Miller Steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmonl Upper Canada Western Mines Har. Willroy Windfall YellowknUe Br. Zenmac INDUSTRIALS B.60 .36 1D.DO .42 20.12V2 29.25 30.75 93.00 .15 1.21 15.62Va i.25 15.25 .OB 3.10 5.PO .50 2.05 3.00 .97 .11 5.35 .11 Abitlbl Alcan Algoma Sleel Atco Ind Atlan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trat B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Suoar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Col Cellulose Cfll Power Coron Creidt C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indust Canada s s Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers Chrvsler CPR Ccminco Cons Balh Cons Gas Disf Sea Dom Bridge Oomlar '2 Dome Textile 725 13.37'A fl.lZVa 7.25 62.00 13.25 R.no 19 50 -1.75 7.00 X50 10.5 11.25 31 OD 7.95 1C.75 25.75 27'75 P..50 3050 3275 13.00 16.75 Dom Stores Dome Pete Dolasco CAB Fd of Amer Gf. Cdn Oil Gen iViolors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Huron, Hiram Walk Imperial oil Imperial Tob Int Nickel Inl Pioe Inv Gp A inl Utilities Indus! Accept I atrenlidf Kelly Douglas. Lcelj Loblaw A Melro Stores Massey Ferg McMillan Bio- Moore Corp Molsons A Wiolsons B Norlh, cenl Corp Price Co RolhmanR SI Law Corp Shell cda Simpson's Simp Sears Sleel of Can Selkirk A Trxaco Traders Go A Trans Mln Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versalile Mfg Wcsteel Union Car Weslon's B West Cdn Sd Zenilh Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova scolia Royal Tor-Dom ?4.62V 13.00 60.00 5.25 77.00 16.00 14.25 3687 27.50 7.75 36. 1B.12V3 5.37V2 3.P5 5.75 43.75 10.75 25.00 36.00 IE.03 17 50 5.00' 7.75 1025 19.00 -6.25 20.50 26.75 2J.SO U75 33.75 33.50 17.12'A i.SO 1.75 2? HI J4.03 36.50 36 25.ro Canadian PoWs ask pensions WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) Ca- nadians who were prisoners of war for more than two years under htrsh circumstances are going to ask the federal govem- r.snt For a pension of 50 per cent of their military pay. H. C. Chariderlon, secretary of (he War Amputations of Can- nda, said Saturday at (he first annual meeting of the National Prisoners of War Association here that some PoWs got a "raw deal" from tho govern- ment on disability pensions. He said prisoners of war from the European theatre in the Sec- ond World War did not receive any special consideration from tho, Canadian pensions commis- sion, partly because they suf- fered disabilities that do not be- come evident for about 20 years. These included the effects of malnutytion, inhumane treat- ment such as 000-mile marches ahead nf the advancing Russian army, and psychological stress. A full-scale submission is being prepared for presentation to the le'jeral government this faU and it will be fully sup- ported by other veterans' groups such as the Royal Cana- dian Legion, Mr. Chaddcrton said. He indicated the government may be asked to -examine each man, looking for the type of dis- abilities that develop later in life as a result of malnutrition, excessive fatigue and living under stress for long periods. Dividend payments set record TORONTO (CP) Dividend payments by Canadian compa- nies for the first eight months of this year totalled a record a 1.5 per cent in- crease over the January-August 1970 total of Bongard, Leslie and Co., a To- ronto-bsaed securities firm, said Friday this year's total is up 8.3 uer cent from paid out in the corresponding 1969 pcrio'I. August dividend payments were compared with last year and 644 in 1969. Payments to shareholders ny mines, utililies and institutions and trusts all showed increases this August over the same month last year but payments b y miscellaneous industrial were down. New York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T Anaconda Detfi Steel Chrysler Comsa: Duponl General Motors Gull Inl Harvest Kenn Copper Monlgom W Sears Sid Oil N Texas Gulf Texas Co. a Wicks Corp Woolworlh Weslnghouse U.SS. Sleel TORONTO i 20 Indusl 174.32 oil .OP B5.75 20 Golds 195.03 up 4.17 73.25 10 Base M 91.21 up .33 15 West 0 226 49 up .60 24.I5 Volume YORK AVERAGE 81.00 30 Indust oir 6.13 27.10 20 Rails 2Q5.0B olt .90 Syncrude seeks changes in Athabasca oil terms CALGARY CCT) Syncruclc crude oil anrl two million bar- Ciiniicln Lid. has filed an appli- j rcls a year of residual fuel, calion lo the Albcrla Enerpy j The company is licensed by Resources Conservnlion Board i the jirovince Lo produce Icir changes in Ihc terms grant- j barrels day of crude and oth- ed lo Ihe company for mining I ei' products from the oil sands, the Athabasca oil sands in starting in 197G. norlhenslorn Albcrla. Syncrude, a cnn.sorlium of nil companies, wanl.s Ihc board lo approve production of 000 'larrcls a vcar of synthetic The group is also asking the board for permission to market production based on the life in- dex crilorion of the oil sands (lev -lopnient policy. CORRECTION In the Ad that Appeared Saturday Electoral Division of Lethbridge West The Time should have read: The Polling subdivisions will be open on the 30th day of August from 9 o'clock in the forenoon until 8 o'clock in the evening. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WfNNfPEG (CP) Mape- futures rested sharp id at mid-session on th? Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day following reprrls of heavy JerUia Army Worn1 infesta- ion in parts of the Saskatch- ewan rapestef' crop. Barley posted slight gains after reports were confirmed ,hal corn was up as much as 3'2 cents on the United States markels. Rye was slighLly higher on a ack of offers Friday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, 2.2 mil- ion of rapeseed and of MID-SESSION Flax: Oct. 1 higher 2.39B; TB higher 2.30B; Dec. 1 lighsr May higher 2.45. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. !H-i ligher Novc 8 higher 2.99; Jan. higher 2.92B; March higher 2.8G. Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct. higher Dec. higher 2.7GB; May high- er 2.8.1B. Oats: Oct. 'i higher G9A; Dec. unchanged C9yz; May un- changed 71A. Barley: Oct. 2's higher 09JiA; Dec. i'i higher May I'.i liigher 1.07-liB. Rye: Oct. I'M higher 98'iA: Dec. higher g7'.jB; May 2 higher l.Ol'.iB. High Low Close 239 'i 245 Rapesecfl Vancouver Sep 310 309 Ncv 3001.! 2953i Jail liar 287 283% Rapcseeil Thunder Ba Oct 28911 276 Gulf oil earns more TORONTO (CP) Gulf Oil Canada Ltd. of Toronto reports six-month net earnings of million or 44 cents a share, up about 17 per cent from million or 37 cents in the corre- sponding period last year. President Jerry McAfee said the increase was due to higher revenues resulting from larger sales volumes, improved prices and lower exploration and dry hole costs. No change is sought in Ihe term of Ihe permit granted in 1969 whicr has been set at 25 years, and the applicants plan no change in the approved daies for start of recovery op- erations. Syncrude is the operating company for Atlantic-Richfield Canada Llrl., Canada-Cities Ser- vice Ltd., Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., and Imperial Oil Ltd. The applicants say continu- ing engineering studies and de- velopmenls in large scale mining equipment have provid- ed tlw basis for an improved system of mining aacl transport which (hey H'anl to adopl. Syncrudo estimates the total i reserves in place in three min- i ing areas on ils lease at 2 44 billion barrels of bitumen. Potentially recoverable re- arc estimated sufficient lo support the proposed opera- tion for more than 50 years. Estimated initial capital re- quirements for Hie project range between to mil- lion. Construction costs arc cs- tlmafcd ,it up to 00 per cent of the lolnl. i The capital docs not include Ihc cost for Ihc utilities plant or pipeline. Annual operating ce.st.s for the mining operation, nof in- cluding depreciation interest, Income lox, pipeline tariffs or crown royally, are estimaled It (40 lo million. Black Panther co-founder faces new judge OAKLAND, Calif (AP) Black Panther co-founder Huey P. Newton, whose retrial on charges stemming from the kill ing of an Oakland policemai has ended with a hung jury, goes before a new judge Tues- day to hear if he must stand trial a third time. Aflcr six days of deliberalion, a jury of 10 women and Iwo men told superior Court Judge Harold Hove Sunday lhat if was deadlocked. First jurors sent out a note asking they be taken for dinner, but another nole followed say- ing: "One nf (lie jurors no longer wishes lo deliberate.1' Some were near tears as (he judge dismissed them and di- rccled Newlon to appear before the ?riminal calendar court for setting of a new trial date. He remains free on bail. There was no immediate indica- tion from prosecutor Donald Wliy.f1 whether Ihc slate will again seek to try the 20-year-old New Ion on a charge of volun- tary manslaughter in the shool- ing nf officer John Frcy Oct. Dollar by Swiss bank FIIANKFURT (AP1 The Sagging U.S. dollar got a new joll from Europe today when Ihc Swiss national banlt acted lo stop a speculative rush of dol- lars inlo Switzerland and dollar j prices were driven to record lows in this West German city. Dollar trading throughout Eu- rope was light lo moderate and marked by falling prices [or a currency considered overvalued by many experts. The latest pressure on the dol- lar probably was touched off by a congressional study issued in Washington Friday night urging a realignment of the U.S. dollar rale among industrial nations and arguing that the dollar is overvalued. The Swiss bank acted to stop a new speculative flow of dol- Flax Oct Ncv Dec Mat 22BVi 239 235 2437s Dec May Oats Oct Dee May Barley Oct Dec May Rye Oct Dec May 274 284 lOS'i 971 i IDIU 228'i 235'i 2437s 31J 291'i 286 y '2S7'i 276 284'j 63 69'i 71 103'i 108'i 97'8 96 93's Lac la Biche man charged LAC LA BICHE (CP) Clarence L. Fredrick, 40, of Lac La Biche has been charg- ed non capital murder following the shooting death of a 32 year old man. HCMP today said aan aulopsx has been ordered into the death of Ear] TjaVallee who died on a street in this community, 80 miles northeast of Edmonton, alter being shot. Killed in Sask. SALTCf'ATS, Sask. (CP) Edward J. Yurkoski, 24, of Ed- monton was killed in a two- car collision near Iliis east-cen- tral Saskatchewan town, 170 miles southeast of Saskatoon. Livestock Lsthbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Light re- ceipts of 300 hcr.d, mostly mix- ed grades and classes of slaughter cattle. Traic was ac- tive. Slaughter steers and hsilers sold steady at last week's close with no choice kinds 01 offer. Cows and bulls were steady, with hull sales to 27.50. Gcod Lo low choice steers 30.50 to 32, medium 28.75 to 30.25. Good Lo low choice heil- crs 20.75 Lo 28.25, medium 25.50 to 25.50. Good cows ?2 to 22.JO. medium 21 to 22, canners and cullers 19 lo 21. Good bulls 25 lo 27.50. Replace men! cattle were mostly fleshy short ke.ep steers weighing 710 pounds and up, selling at steady prices. There were insufficient stock or slaughter calves on offer to es- tablish a market. Good feeder steers 75.10 pounds up 31 tc 32.60, goo" feeder heifers 575 pounds up 27.50 (0 20.35. Hogs base price 21.05. Montanaiis face grain sales loss HELENA, Mont. (AP) With a million lo S135 mil- lion wheat harves'. under way, Montana grain growers have found themselves faced with a depressed market and Ihe pos- sible loss of 50 million bushels in overseas sales in the wake of a longshoremenSs strike on the west coast. Of the estimated 114-million- bushel crop, nearly hall was expeo'ed to be destined for the highly competitive Asian grain market through Washington and Oregon pork. As a result of a strike by longshoremen and warehouse- men, prices for grain have dropped and transportation and port facilities have been closed. lars by pulling Ihe Swiss frank equivalent of all dollars .sold into a special the lime being. The move came f'.c Swiss franc buying-sclljjjy price of the dollar plunged In 4.WO.V 4.05115, slightly be-low the1 volun- tary intervention point of at which, the nalional bank has been buying dollars for (he last few days. MAKES MARKET NKIIVOL'S "The dollar was already very said one Franfurl dealer. "Then we liael this con- gressional report and [he Swiss bank aclion so we h.'ivc: a hec- tic, nervous markel.'1 The dollar opened al a record low 3.43 marks in Frankfurt, sank lo 3.4242 at the fixing and to 3.4025 by mid-aflcrnoon. The dollar had hcen at 3.-UCO marks when the Frankfurt market closed Friday. In Paris, where the French central bank or- dered foreign accounts hdd al Aug. 3 levels in an allempl lo halt dollar speculation, there was little activity. The bank ol France c-onlinued lo support Ihc dollar at 5.5130 francs, just above the floor level In London markets moderate trading was reported wilh llv: price of a pound vp from lo S2.4193, considered a market fluctur.lion. Hog prices EDMONTOX fCP) age prices to II ?..m. prc, by the Alberta Prod Marketing Board: Edmonton: 21.03. Av Friday 21.78. Red Reed: 21.05. Av Friday 21.87. Calgary: 21.05. Avjrcpr day 21.52. Lethbridgc: 21.15 Av Friday 21.43. Lloydminslrr: No in; Average Friday 21.35 Tclai hf.gs so'd Friday Average 21.73. Friday. Aver, vidcd THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGC PLANT UTIUTY OPERATOR One opernlor is required new heeling and crrol- ing planl ct Ihe Univemly cf LGthbridce which Iv.o 600 H nof wafer two 700 ton centrifugal ch-l- lers, cenlial moniloririg and related auxiliary equip- menl. Appli'conls muil liavc o working background in f-n- vironmcnlal and mc-chaniccl syslems of large buildings or inslilulions. Cc-rlificcios in s learn engineering, con- ditioning controls and relcl- ed irades desirable. Salary range 5595.00- per month, conimen- suratc with CKporicnce. Please wrile or Ir-ephono for application forms which must be received by August 13, 1971. Applicclions pres- enfly on file wiM be rev.c-wcd. Replies confidential. Personnel Office The University of Lethbiidge Lelhbridge, Alberfa IUSQUKS ruin HANK IHUJAO, Spain (Rcntci1) .'irmcd voiUhs believed to be Basque nnUonnlisl milUnnts raided n Rilhao hnnJi S'.V.urday and escaped with moro than ROUGH Fl PLYWO EXTERIOR GRADE Per Sheet Per Sheet OPEN A CRESTLINE BUDGET NO DOWN PAYMENT LOW EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS PHONE, WRITE OR CAlt FOR MORE INFORMATION CRESTLINEl BUILDERS MARKET LTD: "lETHBRiDGE'S INDEPENDENT BUILDING SUPPLY 123 30th ;