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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 29 - THI LffTHMIDOl HERALD - Weifnaidoy, D�c�mb*r 9, 1970 liliiiiliiig Moderate dip in light trade TORONTO (CP) - Prices htrned moderately lower in light trading today at the Toronto etock market. On index, Industrials were down .68 to 171.61, golds .21 to 164.98, base metals .03 to 89.37 and western oils 2.17 to 189.40. Volume by 11 a.m. was 478,000 shares, dowTi from 647,000 at the same time Tuesday. Losses outnumlxred gains 118 to 75 with 166 issues imchanged. Among losing issues. Walker-Gooderham was down 'A to $40, Paloonbridge % to $142V4, Nor-enda % to $29, CPR Vi to $67, Rio Algom ^ to $16, Shcrritt ?ii to $16Vi, Denison Vi to $23, En-dako Vs to $1314, Lake Dufault Vs to $11^4, Alberta Eastern Gas 15 cents to $5.25 and Canadian Export Gas 10 cents to $4.05. Consolidatcd-Bathurst climbed IV4 to $11%, Supertest ordinary *A to $48, Canada Packers % to $19, Metropolitan Stores % to $28, Pure Silver 15 cents to $2.20 and Noble five cents to $3.45. DO^VN TREND MONTREAL (CP) - The Montreal stock market moved lower today in light trading. Banks were down more than a point while papers, the only sector to gain, rose slightly. Walker-Gooderham sllped 1 to 39%, Velcro Industries 1 to 24%, CPR % to 67. Noranda Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) - All commodities were on a lower price pattern in moderate trading at mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Commission house liquidation was fairly heavy in rapeseed, flax and rye with scale-down exporter buying not sufficient enough to absorb offers. Oats and barley were almost Inactive with some domestic shippers for eastern feeders. Tuesday's volume of trade was 729,000 bushels of flax, 2,-966,000 of rapeseed and 582,000 of r>'c. Mid-session prices Flax: Dec. 3 lower 2.50%B, May 2S8lower 2.58!eB, July 2Vi lower 2.60':iB. Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. B^slower 2.92^8, March 2^8 lower 2.78i:iA, May l lower 2.66B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec. IVs lower 2,6n8, April Vslower 2.69%, June '/4 lower 2.67%. Oats: Dec. unchanged 87A, May, July not open. Barley: Dec. Vs lower 1.27%, May lower 1.29, July not open. Rye: Dec. 1% lower 1.06%, May 2 lower 1.13%, July 1 Vs lower I.15V4A. Prices for c:iass Two Wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.83'/�; 2 1.81'/8; 3 1.7658; 4 1.71; 1 Durum l.SlTs; 2 1.78%; 3 l.mk; 4 1.651/4; IGA prices: 1 Nor l.SSV'a; 2 l.SlVs; 3 1.76%; 4 1.71; 1 Durum 1.81%; 2 1.78%; 3 1.69%; 4 1.65i.'i. Grain quotes Tuesday (basis Lakehead): High Low Flax Dec 253% May 261% Jly 262% Rapeseed Vancouver Jan 313% 299"t Mar 28o',i 280'b May 270 265'; Rapeseed Thunder Bay Dec 2106 Apr 273 Jun 270 Oats Dec �- May 89 Jly - Barley Dec - May Jly Rye Dec May Jly Close 252'-J 260% 261% 263 270^'8 268 129% 12914 108% 115', 108'4 ll.'i% 253% 261'i 262% 2991/4 280ra 267 263 270--''a 268',2 87 88% 88'.8 128 129% 129 lOS'i llij-^i 116% % to 28% and Pacific Petroleum % to 28V4. Down % were Inco at 47%, Hudson Bay Oil at 36',i. and Royal Bank at 22%. Consolidated Bathiu-st gained "A to 11, Distillers-Seagrams % to 51% and Gulf Canada % to 18%. On index, banks declined 1.64 to 174.18, industrials .84 to 172.72, utilities .29 to 149.17 and the composite hidex .81 to 169.01. Papers were up .20 to 89.18. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges to 11 a.m. was 318,300 shares, compared with 428,000 at the same time Tuesday. DECLINES NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market roamed through minus territory today, In what analysts said was a reflection of investor profit taking on recent heavy gains. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was behind 4.45 points at 810.65. Declining issues on the New York Stock Exchange led gainers by nearly 2 to 1. The preceding ascent lifted the Dow Jones industrial average a total of 64 pouits during that rally to the closing high for the year of 818.66 on Moa-day. Volume, which In recent sessions was very brisk, was only moderate today, a development which analysts said was encouraging in view of the market's decline. Among Canadians Distillers gained % to $50% and Hudson Bay was up Vi at $19%. Inco was off V* at $46V4 and Granby % at $18. On the American exchange Javelin was off Vi at $10'/g. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) - Prices to 11 a.m. today provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 21.80, selling 21.80, average Tuesday 21.99. Red Deer: No market, average Tuesday 21.98. Calgary: Quoted 21.85 to 21.95, selling 21.95, average Tuesday 21.90. Lethbridge: No market, average Tuesday 21.74. Lloydminster: No market, average Tuesday 21.26. Total hogs sold 288. Sows selling 12.95. Total hogs sold Tuesday 9,789, average 21.92. Praises ECC views on growth Strom consults Smith EDMONTON (CP) - Rapidly growing expenditures in health care and education came under discussion at a meeting Tuesday between the Alberta cabinet and Dr. John Smith, dtairman of the Economic (Council of Canada. A spokesman for Premier Harry Strom's office said the meeting was called to allow the Alberta cabinet to get the benefit of the council's research and findings and to discuss how these apply to Alber-ta. The areas of health and education form the major portion Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Chieftain Development Co. Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1970, $2,500,000; 1%9, $258,600. Metropolitan Stores of Canada Ltd., nine months ended Oct. 31: 1970, $1,012,008, $1.19 a share; 1969, $769,048, 90 cents. Canada and Dominion Sugar Co. Ltd., year ended Sept. 30: 1970, $5,046,874, $3,26 a share; 1969, $4,879,421, $3.15. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Alberta Natural Gas Co. Ltd., 25 cents, Dec. 31, record Dec. 16. Dominion Stores Ltd., 18 cents, March 15, record Feb. 17. Federal Grain Ltd., 10 cents, (increase of five cents), Feb. 1, record Jan. 15. Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Co. Ltd., 25 cents, Jan. 29, record Dec. 31. Simpson's Sears Ltd., class A 12 cents, March 15, record Feb. 15. Ix)blaw' Groceterias Co. Ltd., l.st pfd. series B, 40 cents, Jan. 15, record Dec. 15. 2601 10th Avenue 'A' North and 2610 10th Avenue 'A' North 2 bedroom �pllt entry bungalows, featuring large fomliy kitchen with eating area, woll-to-wall broadloom, high basement windows for economical completion of extra bedrooms ond recreation room - roughed for double plumbing. Priced to sell at $18,900 Approved Mortgage at $16,400 Contact ART de GRAAF, Ph. 328-4927 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadtaouse and McGuaig) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 �.m. QuotM) WESTIRN OILS Almlnex Asamera Banff B. P. Oil Can Southern Cdn Exp Gas Ashland Cdn Horn* Cdn Indus Oai Cdn Long Is Cdn Superior Central Del Rio Charter Chleftan Dynam P�t� Great Plains Mill city New Continent North Cdn Oil Numae Permo Petrol PInnacIa Place Gas Scurry Rain Spooner Western Decal 5.13 14.6?i/1i 13.121/1 5.55 5.05 4.10 9.70 7.10 11.50 .54 U.V/i 10.75 6.0S 7.25 1.J1 31.00 1.85 .83 S.90 7.90 .75 1.35 .91 1.25 22.75 2.02 �.2S MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Aquatalne Brit N(ld Corp Cdn Brew B Cdn Hyd Carb Cdn Pac Inv CPR Pfd Cygnus A Cygnus B Cum Prop Gt Cdn Oil Sds Homo Oil A Home Oil B Home and Pit Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil Husky Oil Husky Oil War Inter Pro PIpt Int Ulll Pfd Inter Steal 25.25 4.80 37.00 15.37IA 2.1.50 9.12'/i 5.25 /i Capf Inter 4.30 Churchill Copper V10 Cresfbrook For I 5.55 Croyden .33 Doily Vardtn .40 Dynasty 5.50 Giant Mascot 3.75 Granlsle 10.25 Key Indust .30 Growers B 3.00 Hy's 2.25 Interior Brew 5.00 Jericho .om Kamloops Copper .16 Lornex 6.40 Lytton Minerals 2.57 Madrona .42 New Cronin 08 New Imp Mines 2.05 r,".anagan Hallcop 3.10 f-rlmer .15 Pyramid .27 Silver Stand 1.40 Trojan .28 Western Mines 3.20 Westcoast Res .14 Western Explor .27 Utica .41 of th� provincial budget and the council has made certain forecasts and recommendaUans in these areas in its seventh annual report, the spokesman said. Before the meeting, Premier Strom said both federal and provincial governments should give more attention to the council's conclusions. "The economic council performs a valuable role in terms of setting economic goals and evaluating performance," the premier said. The council's general conclusion that economic growth should be pursued - "and not inhibited as some of the recent federal government policies are designed to do"-is in accord MTith many of the policy positions Alberta has advanced for years. Premier Strom said in a prepared statement. "live premier also praised the council's views that disparities apply to individuals more than to regions. "There are pockets of poverty In the most wealthy prov^ ince as well as in the Marl times." He recommended future policies be designed to upgrade in-dividuals. SALES TAXES ON INCREASE - More pro/inees are levying tales taxet now than 10 years ago, and the rate of tax It Increasing. CCH Canadian Ltd., authority en tax and business law, notes that in 1960 the tax was used In six provinces. By 1965, the number had risen to eight and now only one province - Alberta - remains sales tax-free. In 1960, the fop rate of tax was five per cent in British Columbia and four provinces were at three per cent or less. By 1965, only two provinces were at three per cent and Quebec had jumped to six. Now, no province levies a rate under five per cent, three have seven per cent and New Brunswick and Quebec collect eight per cent. Arctic airport needed YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T. (CP) - Government action to improve air facilities in the Arctic islands is needed immediately, Glordon Bartsch of Calgary, president of Great Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Rlchard.son Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE m:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme .0 Advocate Asb. Akaitcho Area Mines Belcher Iron Black Bay Breiornt Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Central Pat. Chlmo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Dickenson Mines Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eidona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines East Mfllarlic East Sullivan Falconbrldga Frobcx First Maritlmes Giant Y.K. Gunnar Grandue Headway R.L. Hoiilnger Hud. Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Highland Bell Iron Bay ISO Joiiet (Juebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Short Lcltch Langis Sliver Macassa Madsen R.U. Maiartic G.F. .80 Martin McfJeely IV00 Maybrun Macintyre Meta AAidrim Intern Mogul New Athona New Calumet New Imperial Noranda Northgate Opcmiska Oslsko Patino Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiora Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sliverdelds 10 ni.s Sherrltf Gordon Silver Miller Sleep Rock Siscoe Tek Corp. Texmont Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Har. Wlllroy Ypllowknife Br. Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Abltlbl Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Atain Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac DC. Tel 19,87'/^ Burns 1? B.C. Forest 2.87 B.C. Sugar 3.30 CAE Ind 1.85 Cdn Brew .21'/! Chemcell 9.40 Col Ceiiulost Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Cdn Indust 07\'} Canada S S 1.10 Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR .15 Comlnco 148.50 Cons Bath .15 Cons Gas .29 Dist Sea 10 55  Dom Bridge .15Vj Domtar I .27 Dom Textile 2.15 .41 1.45 .43 .07 1.51 .24 13.25 4.25 2.07 23.00 2.40 1.53 .15 .45 1 01 23.00 .07 1.14 58.00 .20 1 15 1.40 470 142.50 .23 1 05 8 90 1 20 4 45 9 00. 35.50 25 33.J5 3 40 1.52 .72 1.80 4.20 .48 2 04 3.15 1.23 1.38 4.85-. .12 2.05 Dom Stores 29.00 Dome Pete 8.50 Dofasco 9.15 Fam Play .35'/i Fd of Amer 30.371/j Gen Mtrs 31.50 Gt Lakes Pap 31.62',^ Gulf Oil Cda .71 Gt Cdn Oil .25 Greyhound 1 21 Hawker Sid .29 Huron, Erie 16.12'/S Hiram Walk 4 05 Imperial Oil 1.90 Imperial Tob 14.371,^ Int Nickel .06Vj Int Pipe 2.45 Inv Gp A Int UtIIIIIet Indust Accep Kelly Douglas A Laurenllda Loeb Loblaw A Metro Storet Massey Ferg McMillan Blot Moore Corp 7.B71/S Moisons A 22.42'/^ Moisons B 13.50 North Cent 9.25 Pembina Pp 7.62'/^ Power Corp 47.00 Price Co 14.37'/i Rothmans 42.50 St Law Corp 7.871A Shell CDA 35 00 Simpson's Simp Sear* Steel of Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas 9.87'^ Versatiia MfB 28.75 Westecl Union Car Weston's B Woodward's A _____ West Cdn Sd 21.42'/j Zenith Elee 11.00 BANKS 18.871/1 Can Imperial 51.00 Montreal 18.50 Nova Scotia 14.25 Royal 11.50 Tor-Dom 14.00 4.60 7.00 4.35 4.25 J5.50 1.15 11.00 2.75 ^.75 38.25 47.00 9.2s 74.00 23.00 9.75 53.00 78.75 14.75 18.871/1 3.45 13.50 2.00 18.25 39.75 19.50 14.50 47.00 24.87'^ 4.50 35.00 14.75 4.85 4.00 3.80 4.75 27.50 9.75 S4.37IA 33.12',^ 15.75 15.371/!, 14.50 23.371A 4.85 7.75 10.00 19.00 31.75 17.00 21.25 25.37'A 10.00 J7.00 9.75 18.75 35.00 15.42'A 3.35 i.37iA 13.75 20.75 14.42';* 3.50 1.15 19.75 1.175 20.371;^ 22.87i/�! 19.871/1 Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 125 cattle. Receipts mostly slaughter cattle. Trade moderately active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting reasonably good demand prices steady at the weeks lower levels. Good and choice butcher heifers im-der pressure prices 50 cents lower. Cows weak to 50 lower. Bulls steady. No replacement cattle sold early. Choice steers 29.25 to 29.90; good 28.50 to 29; medium 27 to 28. Choice heifers 27.50 to 28.10; good 26.75 to 27.25. Good cows 19 to 20; medium 17.50 to 18.50; canners and cutters 14 to 17.50. Good bulls: 22-23.25. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday f.o.b. Lethbridge 21.65 to 21.85 base price. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) - Receipts today to 11 a.m., 750 head, mainly cows. Trade was slow with moot of the demand from lotal buyers. Slaughter steers sold fairly steady light slaughter steers Neiv York stocks Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T and T Anaconda Bth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont General Motors Gull Int Harvester Kenn Copper 44 621/j A/ontgomery Ward 29.87i/j 20 Golds 145.20 up .03 50B71/J------ -�--- � 21.00 2S.371/J 49 371/2 121:5 77.55 2'.25 27.871,-1 35.871/7 1 Sears Sid Oil of N.J. Texas Gulf ! Texas Co Woolworlh Westlnqhouie Elec 47.75 U.S. Steel 29.421^ TORONTO AVERAGES 20 Indust 171.71 off .58 7.1.75 71.75 115.75 34.50 34.50 10 ase Met 89.23 off .17 15 W Oils 189.34 off 2.23 Volume 947,000 NEW YORK AVIRACES 30 Indust 810.45 up 4.45 30 Ralls 154.99 off .95 45 Stocks 240.10 off 1.34 Volume 4,030,000 Bail set at $1.5 million NEW YORK (AP) - A man accused by federal authorities of being the leader of one of the 1.3 major heroin smugglings in the world has had bail of $1.5 million set for him. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) - V S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds up 1-16 to $1.02 1-16. Pound .step ling up 1,8 to $2.43 15-16. NEW YORK (CP) - Canadian dollar down 3-64 at 97 6.3-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling up 1-64 at $2.38 C3-?4. "I believe this is the highest amount of bail ever set in the United States," U.S. Attorney Edward R. Neaher said here. Luis Stepenberg, 43, a naturalized U.S. citizen of Argentine extraction, was assigned the high bail by Federal .Judge Orrin .ludd in U.S. district court in Brooklyn. He i.s accused, along with two others, in a 36-count indictment of smuggling $9 million worth of heroin into tlie United States. PLACES .SECOND In sawmill production Quebec is second in Canada only to British Columbia. MINE PERSONNEL THE CANMORE MINES, LIMITED at CANMORE, ALBERTA Requires THE SERVICES OF TWO FIREBOSSES (3rd Class Certiflcatns) Inferesfed persons please writa Mr. A. V. Maschio, Sofefy Supervisor, The Canmore Mines, Limited, Canmore, Alberta, or Phone Canmore 678-5020. $145 mUlion put together for industry VANCOUVER (CP) - Euro-can Pulp and Paper Co. Ltd. Tuesday completed what is believed to be the largest bond closing in British Columbia investment history, accepting $81 million (U.S.) from four large U.S. insurance companies. The bonds, carrying a coupon of 8 per cent and for a term of 25 years, are coupled with the equity capital of three Finnish companies to provide the $145 million cost of a pulp mill and sawmill complex at Kitimat and a logging operation in the Kitimat and Ootsa Lake area. The funds accepted by Euro-can replace interim financing provided over the past 16 months of the construction period by sbc U.S. banks and one Canadian bank. Tlie long-term loan was arranged by Kidder Peabody and Co. Inc. and Richardson Securities of Canada with the money provided by Prudential Insurance Co. of America, the Equitable life Assurance Co., John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. and Aetna Life Insurance Co. The three Finnish companies are Enso-Gutzeit Osakeyhtio, Kymin Osakeyhtio - Kymmene AktielMlag and Oy Tampell Ab. heavy and over - finished steers under pressure being sharply discounted. Heifers steady. Cows were barely steady with most of the better kinds going as feeders. Bulls v/ere steady. Choice steers 29 to 30.20, good 28 to 29, medium 26.50 to 27.50. Choice heifers 28 to 28.60, good 27 to 27.75, medium 25.50 to 26.75. Medium to good cows 18.50 to 20.75, canners and cutters 13 to 18. Good bulls 21 to 24. Replacement cattle and stock calves were in short supply selling steady. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 29 to 31.30, gooti feeder heifers 27 to 30.20. Good feeder cows 18 to 22.80, good stock steer calves 37.50 to 40.25. Hogs base price 21.85 to 21.95, currently 21.95. Portland Livestock I PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -Cattle and calves 250; slaughter steers choice 950-1,050 lbs. 27.50-28.10; good 24.25-25.00; slaughter heifers good 900-1,000 lbs 21.75-23.25. Slaughter bulls utility commercial and good 22.75-28.25; individual 30.25; slaughter calves choice 300-500 lbs. 33.00-42.00; good 28.00-24.00. Vealers few good and choice 32.00-41.00; feeder steer calves good and choice 300-500 lbs. 32.00-34.00; steers choice 500-700 lbs 27.00-33.75; good and choice 500-850 lbs 25.0O-29.S0; heifers good and choice 500-800 lbs. 24.00-27.50; good 550-900 lbs 22.00-25.00. Northern Airways, said Tuesday. Existing air navigation facilities are not sufficient to safely handle traffic, Mr. Bartsch told the Arctic transportation con-ference. Although no lives had been lost so far, increasing activity would surely bring accidents and death. "We must have a major airport north of the Arctic circle to act as an alternative to Resolute," he said. It should be all-weather, highly equipped with navigational facilities and have at least t\vo runways. It could Potato futures WINNIPEXj (CP) - Trade was fairly active in all futures on the Maritime potato futures market Tuesday with prices at levels even with to one point over previous close. Commission houses were active on both sides of the market and some commercial interest was in evidence. Monday the market was inactive. Open High Low Close Mar 2.65 2.65A Apr. 2.75 2.75B May 3.19 3.19 probably be put on Melville !� land. To help justify the tiiport the Canadian Forces could use it to protect Canadian sovereignty in the north and as � major training ground in Arctic con> ditions. W. W. Phipps, president of Atlas Aviation Ltd. in Resolute Bay, said there are 14 wrecked aircraft around the Res erately active Tuesday. Monday 16 contracts wera executed. Open High Low CIos* Jan 29.20-.25 2i9.3S 29.20 a�.S5A Mar 29.15 29.30 29.15 29.25B May 29.40A FP post for Underhill WINNIPEG (CP) - Stuart Underhill has been appointed assistant general manager of FP Publications Ltd., FP President R. S. Malone announced today. Mr. Underhill, 56-year-old native of Vancouver, has been assistant publisher of the Financial Times of Canada smce May. Before that he was deputy general manager of Renter news agency. His early career included a variety of postings with The Canadian Press. Mr. Malone said Mr. Underhill will assume his new duties in Winnipeg early in 1971. FP Publications is a group of eight Canadian daily newspapers, of which The Letlibridge Herald is a member. LARGEST CENTRE The largest centre in the east-em Arctic is Frobisher Bay on the southern tip of Baffin island, iiomc to 600 whites and 1,350 Eskimos. ACCOUNTING CAREER An Edmonton based public company requires an ambitious and energetic C.A, or equivalent to develop and maintain comprehensive programs of internal audit and accounting procedures to integrate with a relatively new E.D.P. department. COMPENSATIONS Excellent opportunity to advance to a senior management position in an expanding organization. Salary open depending upon experience and qualifca-tions with a full range of fringe benefits. Apply in strict confidence to; MR. BOB BURTON Phone 328-5626, lethbridge to arrange interview NOTICE TO All lETHBRIDOE HERALD DISPLAY ADVERTISERS TO ENSURE THE UTMOST ACCURACY, PROVIDI SUFFICIENT LAYOUT AND DESIGN PRODUCTION TIME, AND TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION ON THE DAY OF YOUR CHOICE . . . YOUR ADVERTISING COPY MUST BE RECEIVED NOT UTER THAN 12 NOON THREE PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION (IF A PROOF IS REQUIRED) - AND - NOT LATER THAN 12 NOON TWO PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION (IF NO PROOF IS REQUIRED) Those requiring proofs are reminded the minimum ad size for delivered proofs is 42 column inches (Vi page). Proofs of ads smaller than 42 column inches will b� available for viewing at The Herald until 2:30 p.m. the day prior to publication. For Courteous, Professional Advertising Assistance, or Further Information, Just Call The Utiibridgc Herald 328-4411 - Display Advertising ;