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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID Wedneiday, SiplimW 1, 1971- Not much trend at mid-morning TORONTO (CP) on j the Toronto slock market edged fractionally higher in cautious mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials were up .08 to 176.40, base meUils .01 to 80.09 and western oils .0.1 to 236.81. Golds were unchanged nt 368.39. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same time Tuesday. Advances and declines were even, 86 apiece with 147 Issues unchanged. Strongest sectors were ehemi- cals food processing, industrial mining and real esUte. Banking, pipeline, oil refining and utility issues edged frac- tionajly lower. Bow Valley climbed 1M to Falconbridge to SSC'i Husky Oil 3s to SIS'.a, Hudson Bay Mining 'j to ?223j and Total Pete 10 cents to S7.75. Bank of Nova Scotia was up tc S273s, Budd Automotive 'i lo Inco 'j to S333i and Du Pont "4 to S18-J Investors Group A dropped to Dome Pete Ji to SSS'i, Tara Vi to Noranda !j to Canadian Industrial Gas !s to Sll and Imperial Oil 's to MONTREAL (CP) Industri- als and papers edged ahead but prices were rimvn in other sec- tors in light morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Tues- day. On index, the composite dropped .05 to 181.17, utilities .02 to 152.32 and banks .57 to 208.83. Industrials rose .02 to 184.32 and papers .03 to 78.05. Among losses, Petrofina dropped 3i to Dominion Textiles 4 to CP LI. to Noranda Vi to Bank of Commerce '.j to s22Ti andlAC1! to Highlighting gains, Faclon- bridge rose 51 to S97. Dominion Glass 34 to S12 and Canada and Dominion Sugar !i to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change. Pan American Mines dropped to 55.40 on shares. NEW YORK (APi Stock market prices registered ad- vances in today's slow trade as investors began to hunt for bar- gains. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials stocks was 902.31, up 4.24. By Gene Fawcette NOW THEY'RE TESTING BYBRAIM WAVES! THE SUBJECT'S ERAJM RESPONSE TO A FLASH- INS LIGHT IS PICKED up BY ELECTRODES INSIDE ASPECIAL HELMET WORN EfrlHE SUBJECT, THEN ANALYZED BYCCMPUTER QUICKER THE RESPONSE, THEMORE INTELLIGENCE... weave ro JHE VERBAL Advances led declines by a small margin on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said investors were bargain-hunting after the profit-taking that occurred ear- lier in the week. They said trad- ing usually is slow the week be- fore the Labor Day holiday. Airlines, utilities, farm imple- ments, and mail order-retail were mixed. Rubber issues were off. At noon The Associated Press PO-stock average was up 9. to 323.7. Noon prices included Texaco up at Flintkole up at Bethlehem Sleel up !s at Boise Cascade up 5s at S241-i, Fluor up A were Gran by Min- ing at and Walker-Gooder- ham at S3fi. On the American Stock Ex- change. Husky Oil was up at Off !i were Canadian Javelin at and Molybden- ite Canada at ?2.50. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed opened lower on commis- sion house and hedge selling and was down as much as two cents at mid-session the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange today. Crushers and a U.S. house were good buyers in rapeseed. Rye had good exporter buy- ing and the May future was al- most two cents higher. Other commodities had a quiet trade at steady prices. Volume of trade Tuesday in- cluded bushels of flax, of rye and bu- shels of rapeseed. MID-SESSION Flax: Oct. Hi lower 2.32, Nov. VS lower Dec. un- changed 2.31, May higher 2.41A. Rapeseed Vancouver: Nov. 2 lower 2.65y.iA, Jan. higher 2.623sA, March lower Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 1 lower Dec. Hi lower 2.52A, May lii lower 2.58 ViB. Oats: Oct. unchanged Dec. higher May Va "higher C9A. Barley: Oct. unchanged 1.05A, Dec. unchanged l.M'A, May unchanged Rye: Oct.. unchanged Dec 1 hieher May higher 92." High Low Close Oct 233H; Nov 234'a Dec May 242'i 232 2323i 232'.4 2333e 2401 2-t01-z Rapeseed Vancouver NVJV 2703i 263'k 270 Jan Mar 2671-i 264% Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 256-li 233 256 254% 251% 261Vi Dec May Oats Oct 673i Dec 67% May 69 Barley Oct lOSVi Dec 105 May Rye Oct 9314 Dec May 93% 254 261 !4 67Vi 67Vi 69 105 IMVl 89 92 67% 69 105Vi 105Va 104% 91 Is ROOFERS The Certificate of Qualification under provisions of The Apprenticeship Act May now be issued to journeymen Roofers. Copies of Ihe regulations, application forms and Information may be obtained from any office of the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualificalion- Branch, Department of Labour. 10308-99 Avenue J. J. Bowlen Building Administration Building Professional Building Provincial Building Edmonton Calgary Lethbridge Red Deer Grande Prairie APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S QUALIFICATION BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF IABOUR-ALDERTA Hon. R. Reierson, D. 1. GARDNER, Minister Depuly Minister Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities ol Canada LAST BH) OR SALE Ml: DO a.m. Quoiei) MINES Acme .li, Advocate Asb. 1 Bi Akaltcho .-15 Black Boy -06 Dralorne Gethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung, Casslar Central Par. Ccnwesf Cons. Rambler Coin Lake ihenour .35 19 63V; AM 30.25 1.93 1.19 B70 1.71 .13 Croll int DIcKcnson Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eltlona Wines Donalda Discovery Mines Fasr AAalaMIc East Sulllvnn Falcon bridge Frobox Fiist Marlllmos Giant Y.K. Dovis Granduc Headway R.L. a.m. Quotes) Northgate 7 W Norlcx .30 Opsmlska 10.35 Osisko .15 Pallnc 19.25 Pine Point Placer DEV. 39.SO P.C, .78 Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore a Rio Algom U.50 Roman Corp. Sherrllt Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock 2-13 Tek Corp. S.tO Tcxmont -42 Upppr Canada 2.CO Weslcrn Mines 2.90 Wrlrjhl Hargreaves 1.20 VJillroy .65 Windfall .12 YellowknUe Bear 5.05 a.m. Quelail 1.18 1550 1.00 2.75 97. PO .30 .75 mac INDUSTRIALS .09 IS 1.95 5.10 8.00 SB.CO Hudson Bay MS Hydra Ex. .1? Kn Joliet Quebec Kerr Addlson Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langls Silver Madsen R.L. Malarlic G F. Marlin Madnlyre Mela Mid rim New West Home New Alriona New Calumet New Imperial Noranda Ablllbl Alcan Algoma Sleel AICD Ind Atlan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burn; B.C. Forest 3'io B-C- Sugar 1 12 CAE Ind nc Cdn Brew 7 60 Chemcell 25 Col Cellulose S.75 Cal Power 2 Bi Coron Credll 0? C.W.N. Gas 83 Cdn Indus) .S5 Canada 5 S O.CO Cdn Marconi 500 Cdn Vickers .12 Chrysler .17 CPR 9.50 Comlnco 6.75 Cons Bath IS Cons Gas -2' Dlsl Sea Dom Bridge 75 Domlar 7.00 19.00 12.50 8.0D 45.50 19.00 (S3 75 13.00 19.00 19.50 J.35 7.00 d.eo 3.75 2 1.00 11.25 1100 31.00 2 65 9.50 31.00 6100 22 Wh 7.75 20.50 54.50 2J.OO 12.50 Dom Textlln Dom Dome Pele Do In ico CAB Fd of Amer Gl Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gl Lnkes Pap Gull Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil imperial Tot) Inl Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Gp A Inl Ulllities Accept Laurenllrfe Kelly Doug A Loeli Lnblaw A Metro Slores Massey Ferg McMillan Blbe Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons 3 North, Cent Power Corp Price Co Rolhmans Simpson's Simp Sears Selkirk A Texaco Traders GD A Trans Mln Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfg Wesleel Union Car Weslon'i B Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Zenith Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scolla Royal Tro-Dom 18.25 1300 38.25 7D.37Va 12.75 fl9.50 5.0D Id.25 25.00 1-1.25 22 OD 37.75 33.50 28.35 775 38.25 IB.50 "15 00 11.37Vb 23.62V2 35.00 IS.25 17.75 15.25 4.90 800 10.63 to 70.75 2600 15.12 to 13.50 23.50 36.12V'j 15.35 47.25 3.65 11.10 16.00 17.25 23.50 4.SQ 1.75 27.50 25.37 to Neiv York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T 43.00 Scars Anaconda 14.50 Sid Oil of NJ Belh Sleel Texas Guir Chrysler 30.37Vi Co Comsal 63.25 Wickes Corp Duponl 152.62V2 Woolworlh GM Wesllnghouse Elec 9J.75 30 Indus! 903.40 up 5.33 GuH 2B.62V2 U.S. Sleel 20 Rails 340.S2 up 1.01 Int Harvester 2J.12V, 15 UIIIIMes 111.71 up 03 Kenn Copper 32.37V, TORONTO AVERAGES 55 slDck5 m70 up 39 Montgomery Ward 34.iO 20 Indust 17i.VD up .58 Volume 911 20 Golds 167.51 up 1.12 71.CO 10 Base Met BB.fiS off .J3 116.25 15 W Oils 237.93 up 1.15 Volume YORK AVERAGES Livestock Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department cf Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 150 cattle. Receipts mostly slaughter cows. Trade active. Good anc butcher heifers general- ly steady. Medium and good cows meeting keen demand. Prices 50 cents or more higher, with odd heifery kinds up to 24. Other classes steady. Choice heifers 26.50 to 27.30; good 26 to 26.50. Good cows 22.50 to 23.40; me- diurr: 20 to 22; canners and cut- ters 17 to 20. Gocd feeder heifers 25 to 27.50. Butcher hogs sold 21.90 to 21.95 f.o.b. Lethbridge. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., about head; mostly good and choice slaugh- ter steers and heifers. Trade was active with a good local and out-of-province demand. Slaughter steers were steady to 25 cents higher, heifers fully steady, cows 50 certs higher with sales to 23.30 and bulls higher. Choice slaughter steers 30.50 to 31.40, good 20.50 to 30.50, me- dium 28 to 29.25. Choice heifers 27.75 to 28.40, good 26.50 to 27.75, medium 2j.25 to 26.25 Good cows 22 to 23, medium 20.75 to 21.75, canners and cut- ters 16 lo 20.25. Good hulls 24 to 25.90. Replacement cattle were in short supply with most of the offering fleshy yearling steers. No stock or slaughter calves offered. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 30.5C to 32, sales lo 34.30. Hogs base price 21.90. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doberty, Iloadhause and McCuaig) a.m. QuolBSi WESTERN OILS LAST BID OR SALE OliflC i.rn. uuolasj i.m. Almlnex Alia East Gas Asamcra Ashland BP Oil Gas Can South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homesld Cdn Home Pfd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Cen Del Rio Charier Chiertan Dome Pele Dynamic Pels Gt Plains Lochlcl Mill Cily New Cont Norlh Cun Oil Numac Pcrma Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rsln Spooner Tolal W. Decalla Agra Ind Alco Ind Aquatalne Brit Nfld Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Occidental Cdn Pacific Inv CPR Pld Crowsnest Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Gr Cdn Oil 5 Gt Cdn Oil 6-75 Home A Home B Home Pitfld Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil S.75 IB.25 11.75 i.60 4.15 1D.M 19.50 11.00 .65 -13.25 S.7S 7.35 38.50 .91 W.25 1.15 1.65 Hugh Russell Husky Oil Husky Oil Pfd Husky Oil War Inler Prov Pipe Inler Prov Steel Juulel Kaiser Res Kam Kolla Lake Du'ault L 9nt Port Cem MGF Manage Mentor i Ncwconex Pacific Pele 19.50 Corn Invest S F 5.13 S.fil lfl-12'A Dreylus F U.j. 12.36 13.S5 43.00 Gr In Shares 3.50 3.B5 7.90 G Eqully 6.35 6.97 12 Invest Gr F 11.00 12.03 675 .65 M 15.75 2.30 2.00 Irwesl Mutual Mulua Ac Mutual Gr F Nal Res N W Fin N W Gr Principal Gr .82 Royfund 5 JO Temp Gr 35.1 2Vi United Ac 20.62V2 Universal Sav VANCOUVER 6.65 37.75 Arctic Mining 17.62V, Alias Explor 2.75 Bath Norse 4.25 Belti Copper 4.50 Block Bros 11.37to Hrenda B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar -C6 Cap! inter .02to Churchill copper ni Col Cellulose Coronation Credit creslbrook F Ind Croyden Dolly Varden Dynasty Pfd Selk Hold Shell Can Shell Inv Pfd Shelt Inv Wts Sicks Teledyne West Cdn Seed White Yukcn .51 CALGARY 1.22 Acroll .60 Barons Oil 1.21 Norlh Cont M Madison .21 12.75 Wesl Warner .34 PIPELINE STOCKS 1 7fi Alia Gas Tr L A 48.75 7-75 Alia Gas Tr L Pfd 7'l.00 7.15 Alia Na1 G-s 23.35 Cdn W Nal Gas Fort Reliance Inland Nat Gas 13.00 Giant Mascol N and C Gas 15.50 Granlsle 8.B7V2 N and C B Pld Growers B 8.00 Pacific Gas Tr 13.00 Key Indusl 27.25 Gaz Metro Pfd A 66.75 Hys 5.37V? Gaz Metro 5.62V; Interior Brew 30.07V: Tr Cdn P Inler Mariner 35.50 Tr C'ln P Pfd A 67.75 Kamloops Copper 14.50 Tr Can P Pfd B 42.00 Lornex 9.87V2 Tr Cdn P War Lyllon Minerals 23.50 we Trans 26.00 New Imp Mines Western Pacific Okanagan Hellcop 25.00 MUTUAL FUNDS Plains Pele Cdn Com B.3J 9.12 Primer 9.36 Pyramid 3.71 silver Standard 5.9B 6.57 Slampede Hill Res 2.92 Texmonf 4.56 4.99 6.2B 6.8? Western Mines 13.0-1 Id.33 WC Res 3.41 3.75 Western Explor 5.49 600 Ulica 5.35 5 BS 5.3B 5.90 5.16 567 7.32 8.00 4.58 503 5.50 6.05 4.23 4.64 5.61 25.16 27 so 4.90 5.3B 7.17 790 612V2 All Cdn DMd 5.00 All Cdn Vent Amr Gr F AGF Special Cdn Invest F Col Mutual Comnw Inter 45.75 Comnw Lev 700.00 34.75 3-1.50 1., .43 -61 3.15 5.65 19.50 .85 1.00 4.95 .19 5.10 2.50 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 57.00 Corp Invest I thank those who voted for me. My wife thanks those who didn't. Sincerely, DICK GRAY Your Progressive Conservative candidate. mood sinks FANMUNJOM CAP) The peace mood in Korea sank Wednesday as North Korea and the United Nations command accused each other of creating tension and hostile provocation on the armistice liTJC. The exchange of accusations came at the 321st session of the Miitalry Armistice Commission at this truce village. M a j .-G e n. Han Yong-ok, North Korean senior delegate, charged the UN command with "the provocative and hostile act of firing tens of thousands of rounds" from large-calibre ma- chine-guns and other heavy and automatic weapons into the Communist side of the demili- tarized zone last Friday and Saturday. Rear-Admiral Francis D. Foley, the UN command's sen- ior member, retorted that the incident was started "by North Korea attempting to infiltrate armed agents" into South Korea. Two young Korean children wore hit by North Korean ma- chine-gun fire in the incident. today's FUNNY Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age pnces to II a.m. provided! by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 21.85. Average Tuesday 21.91. Red Deer: 21.90. Tuesday 22.05. Calgary. Tuesday 22.08. Lethbridge: No sales. Aver- age Tuesday 21.80. Lloydminster no sales. Aver- age Tuesday 22.51. Total hogs sold 511. Total sold Tuesday Average 22.02. Sows at all points 13.32. Average 21.90. Average FOR SALE POLY FOAM RUBBER Assorted sizes and shapes 1 U PER BOARD FOOT Call at 443 10th Street North Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Maritime potato futures Tuesday: Open High Low Close Nov 2.25N Mar 2.65N Apr 2. May 3.05A Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Tuesday: Open High Low Close 32.00B 32.00B 31.10B 30.25B Sep Nov Jan Mar 5ayi r ITS PEOPLE mi r M; B 1 Only pcoplf fin prevent UV ALL DIRECTIONS ACROSS 1 UnchangctJ. crossing. 10 Lessened. 15 Dank. 20 Contrite. 21 Cream of the crop. 22 Suppose. Out of You." 24 Stingy. 26 Myopic. 28 Grape. 29 Perfidious. 30 Red-haired: Fr. 32 Pledge. 33 Cape. 34 False oath- 35 Darlings. 38 Dress- makers. 40 Landon. 41 Fall guy. 42 Nuclear 43 Close. Stilwell, author. 46 Medical photos. 1 Fathom. 2 Bellowing. 3 Bride's new title. 4 Amazing sight. 5 With Joy, 6 Bark. 7 Precede in time. S Letter. S Apocryphal books. 10 Dividend. 11 Zenith. 12Aunt: Sp 13 Implants. 14 Marquis 15 Mod, e.g. 16 How 51 Jolly boats. 55 Dish- washer's anathema. 56 Comprehend. 58 Macaw. 59 Jogger's stint. 61 Opposite of 72-A. 62 Deed: Fr. 63 Measure. 65 Twining plant. Ear: 67 World War I favorite. 70 Cape. Kennedy event. 72 Opposite oi 61-A. 73 Rod. 74 baked 76 Ungula. 77 Child's bean 79 Commander. Completely. 82 S3 Memo Items. King 85 Spirituous liquorc. 35 Has compassion. 89 Uproar. 90 Skid. 92 Slangy rejoinder. 95 State', abbr. 96 Ballot box: Fr. 97 Relatives. 99 Disturbance. 100 Self. 101 Card. 103 Genetic initials. 104 Muddied. 106 Exclama- tions. 107 Car exlra, 103 Suitors. 110 Heighten. 111 Chooses. 112 Sun dial plate. 115 Oat genus. 117 "Open wider" man; abbr. 119 Cold remedy. 121 mood, ire Adherent. 127 Bright oflife. 128 Danish weights. 129 Skiers' Vermont paradise. 131 Stone cold. 132 Realistic. 135 Repeatedly. 138 Feminine name. 139 Banteng. 140 Magpie. 141 Important 142 Austrian psycholo- gist 143 Modern exclamation. I44Vlcuna'i haoltat. 145 Merit DOWN 17 Rhythm. 18 Willows. 19 Pops. 20 Atlantic coast fish. 25 Preposter- ous. 27 Medical suffix. 31 African antelope 35 Hindu caste members. 37 Moral. 38 Mexican Indian. 39 Chinese inventor. 41 Tightwad. 43 Hoai. 44 Divide equally. 45 Clandestine. 47 Fruit. 49 Ottoman subject. 50 "One-man" event. 52 Inverted. 53 Instruments. bunting E7 Cloud. Pet. 60 Facts: abbr. 62 Carto- grapher's collection. 64 Recipe directions, 65 Kick: cU 63 Wished undone. cologne. 71 Shaggy. 75 Barley water: LaL 77 Scratches 78 Opposer. BO Wavy: her. 81 Sections: abbr. 52 Topsy-turvy. 83 Feather, She 87 Certain bait. 88 Opposite oF lee. 53 French designer. 30 No seats left. 91 Hawaiian 102 Weary 108 Ingredient feast. round. of fine 93 Italian port, 103 Depression. china. 94 Indians. 105 Cape, 109 Rational. Western 113 Miscellany. Wish England. 114 last: SBEnticcr. IKStocklngj durable. 116 City in Italy. 124 Vast 118 Drag. expanse. 119 GO I 125 Feminine nickname. 125 Notion. 120 121 Pallld.- 122 Craft 123 Sky 128 Sicily's landmark. 130 Exact. 133 Weathsn. vane Info, 134 Margin. 136 Wine: Fr. 137 a man Diagramless 21 x 21. Ly Anne HaHoran ACROSS 1 Channel em- bankment. E Piazza. B Protective. 10 Leg ends. 11 Swiss archer. 13 Scottish cap. 14 Conger. 16 Mexican colru 17 Conceited. 19 Level off. .22SRO polron. 25 Time period. 26 Wicked. 28 injured with gun. 29GIrclft part 31 Beseech. 32 Sandy tract, 33 Ireland. 34 Bellow. 56 Rodent. 37 Crimson. 33 Emmet. 39 Mineral springs resort. 40 Emoloy. 41 Three! pretg 42 The: Gcr. Fireplace fuel. 46 Ram'fi mato 49 Free of. 50 Sea eagle, 52 Remove 63 father. 55 MoccatTnSi 66 Tree fluid. 57 EnfT-shaped. 56 Bathe. E9 Had a meal. 60 Generous. 63 Provide an equivalent. G6 Smalt wagon. 67 Comfort. 68 Cravat. 69 Toprotch flier. 70 Formerly. 73 Valley. 75 Witch. 79 Restaurant worVcrs. Loyalty. DOWN 1 Remainder. 2 Before: poet. 3 Actor Johnson. 4 Printer's measures. B Change for 6 Letter. 7_ Maria. B Reduced in rank. 5 Lift up, 10 Quick. 12 Not fat. 13 Steeled drink. 15 Cover. V( 16 Frolic. IB Close by. 19 Brotherly; 20 Always. 21 Ball club. 22 Front leg bone. 23 Cfvll suit act. 31 Too-proper 24 Beakless. person, 25 Pencil adjuncts. 27 Conducted. 23 30 Change of mood. 35 Police entrances. 43 Volcano outpouring 44 Verbal. 45 Solidify. 46 Building wing. 47 Use, as garments. 43 Roof C1 Narrative poem. 62 Red caps. 54 Annuls. 55 Step in walking. 61 Flying ma mm all 62 Indian. 64 Filmy material. 65 Enzymi. 71 Plant. 72 Snare. 73 Exceedingly. 74 Lonkey. 76 Roman 102. 77 Summer: Fr. 7B Soak flax. CRYPTOGRAMS EOLDTTONS np LA5T 'VE JPTODSL CRT.iJRTTTTAvnvT? BttSOBCOL JDH TAT DLJSKHDPLRTE SRTP? HYP ATS OB OLUPATRXDLX. By Edward S. LToyJ 2: ARC WOLCUPS UVLCIIOI HOT DGOIIA GU nOIBISVlB TTYCLTVCST DTLIVIE WOIMSCD BytoisJones 3.TTRE-AT SPARE TYREDX AT SPARE TOPSZ TIP VIPDTJOL IV TOPSZ XDTOPSUDLS. By Elizabeth A. Lyon Last Wrek's Cryptograms 3. TVIicrc it is" is "wlicre it's nt" tho "cnls" say with ncnl lllcrnry license. 2. Tim Tinrpfool outdoor wcililinc brings people Into rdlowsl-ip with nalurc, 3. Old nndilor nl Ion concern (ricd nnd (rue teclotnlcr. j. I'aliuloua pro-amateur golf, is like pulling memits in n liivnk. Ticld iaitcrpriflcs, Inc., 1971 ;