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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Market moves up at mid-morning TORONTO (CP) The T traito stock market was up Ira tionally in light mid-morniii trading today. On index, industrials rose to 178.93, golds to 176.66 ar westmi oils .57 to 240.05. Has metals were down .13 (c 89.79. Volume by 11 a.m. w shares, up from the same time Friday. Gains outnumbered losses 1 lo 85 with 157 issues unchanger Strongest sectors were too processing, industrial minin trd general manufacturing. Hunter-Douglas was up tWi, Chrysler Corp. Incc to Texa Gulf to Westo to Gulf Oil to Hater Walker to ai Stuart Oil >St to Giant Yellowkmfe rose cents to Placer Hudson Bay Mining Va Pan Ocean to S14, Cen tral-Del Rio to an Numac Vs to Imperial Oil dropped (2914, Bethlehem to S Tara Exploration to an Norlhgate five cents to WIDEST GAINS MONTREAL (CP) Papei banks slipped slightly a other sectors registered modes gains in light morning tradin on the Montreal stock marke today. Combined volume on th Montreal and Canadian stoc exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared wit at the same lime Fridav On i n d e x, industrials ac vanced .58 to 1C7.01, the com posite -36 to 183.48 and ulililie .02 to 152.94. Papers dropped .5 to 79.01 and banks .47 to 211.86. Hunter Douglas rose to Moore ?.i to fnco -la I Aquitaine lo anc Great Lakes Paper >z lo Sla'. Financial Collection Agencie slipped to CIL u to SI and Domtar to GOOD GAINS NEW YORK (AP) Sparked in part by encouraging eco- nomic developments during the weekend, the stock marke posted slurdy gain.: today in ac- tive trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 7.23 at 915.98. Brokers said investors were returning to the market after the usual inaclivily of August They said investors were draw- ing encouragement from the Nixon administration's decision against an excess-profits tax in Date set for limiting antelope EDMONTON (CP) A six- day liunling season on male antelope will opsn Oct. 25 in certain regions of the province south of Ihe Oldman and South Saskatchewan rivers, the pro- vincial wildlife division announ- ced today. Hunting will be resfriclcd lo Alberl.a residents and 250 licences will be awarded on the basis of a draw. Application deadline for the licences is Oct. 2. The Saskatchewan hunting season will be in effect Die same six days, for which licences will he issued. The IMontnna season is Oct. n (o Nov. 9 and has a limit of hunting permits. the second phase of ils new eco- nomic program. Motors, rails, oils, electronics and airlines were among Ihe stronger stock categories. The Associated Press 60-stock average was ahead 2.3 to 336.4 at noon. Noon prices Included: Ameri- can Can, down to Ford, up 114 to and Pan American World Airways, up' 'A to Among Canadians Alcan was off at Canadian Pacific off Vt at Distillers up at Dome off VA at Genstar up V at Granby up at Hudson Bay off Va at Inco up Vz at and Mclnlyre at On the American exchange Brascan was up 14 at Javelin off 14 at Marconi up 14 at Jupiter off 14 at Molybdenite off at and Scurry up 14 at Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Uoheriy, Koadhcruse and McCuaig) LAST BID Oil SALE Quofest llliQQ Quolei) a.m. QuoTem 1200 WESTERN OILS Almlnex 5.75 AIM Easf Gfll 5.35 Asamera 19.00 Ashland Oil B. P. oil, Gas Cdn Soulliern Cdn Export Gas CtJn Home. Cdn Home. PJd Cdn Ind Gas Ctfn Long Is. Cdn Superior Cent Del Rio Charter Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed opened slightly lower on local and commission house selling but firmed up on good exporter buying at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Ex- change today. Other commodities were un- changed in a light volume of Irade. Friday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, 000 of rapeseed and of 170. MId-SESSION Flax: Oct. lower 2.32A, Nov. 'P lower 2.33A, Dec. ower 2.31A, May lower 2.4014, July 2.44. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sept. liigher 2.77D, Nov high- s' Jan- 2l2 higher I.70A, March 1V4 higher Rapeseed Thunder B a y: Oct. higher Dec. unchanged May higher Oats: Oct. unchanged 67 Dec. unchanged May un- :hanged 69A. Barley: Oct. unchanged ,05B, Dec. Vs lower Tay 3i lower July 03HB- Rye: Oct. unchanged Dec, ft lower 90, May lower 2V4. Dome Pele Dynamic Pels Great Plains Lochlcl Expl. Mill City New Cont North Cdn Oil Numac Ptlrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain. Spooner i. Total Petrol 7. West Decalla 7. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Agra Indus. Aico Indus. Aquatame Brit Nfld Corp Cdn Brew. A Cdn flrew D Cdn Hydro Car, Cdn Occidental Cdn Pac. Inv. CPR Pld. A Crowsnest Ind. Cygnus A Cygnus B Cum. Prop. Gf. Off Sands Hud Bay Pld. Corp Invest 5.56 Hugh Russell 19.25 Corp Invest St F S.20 5.68 HUSky Off 7B.37W Dreyfus F U.S. 12.56 73.E5 Oil Pfd B -13.00 Gr In Shares 3.50 3 B5 Husky OH War. B.25 Gr Equity 6.43 7.06 Inler Prov. Plpt Invest Gr F 70.79 Inler Prov Sled 7.00 invest Mulual 5.41 Joulel .67 Mulua) Ac 5.M d.Dl Wiulual Gr F M Nal Res N W Fin H W Gr Principal Gr Royfund Temp Gr UnJIcd Ac Universal Sa1 4.35 Kaiser Kam Knflft Lake Dufau't .61 L. Onl. porf 43-50 AAGF Mange. Menlor 5.90 Newconex 7.50 Pacific Pele Rank Organ. Selkirk Hold. Shell Cdn Shell Inv. Pfd. Shell Inv. WIs Sicks West Cdn Seed CALGARY Barons Oil North ConL Madison West Warner 24.75 1.15 1.60 .65 6.GO 12.00 .50 1M4 .61 1.2B .-15 13.00 5.19 5.71 7..13 P.12 4.65 5.11 5.52 4.29 .1.71 5.91 25.39 15.75 __.. __ J.7B e.OQ VANCOUVER Anuk Arclic Mining .07Va Alias Explor Bath Morse .67 Beth Copper a.ou Block Bros 3.10 Brenda B.C. Sugar .06 B.C. Sugar Pfd 16.75 Capt Inler 7.50 .21 Churchill Copper eo Col Cellulose 3.ca Coronation Credit- 1650 2.35 2.00 .90 555 21.00 15.62% 36.25 36.50 lfi.50 2.75 4.00 Gl. Cdn. Oil 6-75 100.00 Home Oil A Home Oil B Home and Pir. Hudson Bay Co Hudson Bay Oil PIPELINE STOCKS Creslbrook F Ind -1.70 Alta Gas Tr L A 4B.2S Crnyden .30 Alto Gas Tr L Pfd 74.DD Dolly Verden .29Vi Alia Nat Gas 23.50 Dynasty 7.30 Cdn W Nat Gas 17.50 For I Rellsnca ..'.1 Inland Mat Gas 13.50 Giant Mas col 5.25 B.B7Vj N and C Gas 15.50 Granisle Bio N and C B Pld Growers B 23.00 Pacific Gas Tr 13.00 Hys 2.35 525 Gaz Metro Pld A Inlerior Brew 29.75 Gai Mclro 5.75 Inter Mariner .E5 35 JO Tr Cdn P 36.50 Kamloops Copper -09 15.00 Tr Cdn P Pld A 68.00 Lorncx 8.00 1000 Tr Cdn P Pfd B 42.25 Lytlon Mlnprak CO 2600 Tr Cdn P War ll.SO New Imp Mines l.CO WC Trans 24.25 Okanagan Helicop 600 24.75 Western Pacific 6.50 Plains Pete .28 MUTUAL FUNDS Primer -10 675 All Cdn Com 8.55 9.35 Pyramid .38 All Cdn Divid 9.60 10.50 Silver Slandard 1.50 5.15 All Ccfn Vent 3.78 4.13 Slampede Inl Res .78 Amr Gr F 6.71 Texmonl 36.00 AGF Special 2.9fi Trojan -39 36 M Cdn Invest F 4.61 5.0B Western Mines 2.E5 2M5 Col Mutual 6.41 7.04 WC Res, .07 19.00 Comnw Inter 14.51 Western Explor .16 U.1VA Comnw Lev 3 BO Ulica -25 SOYS: Seplember 7, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGC HERALD 17 reene to visit Tokyo soon regarding uranium plant Help I'revrnl All Wildfire! TOKYO (Rcuter) Canada and Japan shortly wiU begin dii-uussions on an international project lo build a uranium en- richment plant, Japanese gov- ernment sources said today. The sources said Energy Min- ister J. J. Greene of Canada is scheduled tlo visit Tokyo later this month fcr further negotia- tions U'ith Japanese officials on the possibility o[ the two coun- tries co-operating in the devel- Toronto mines., industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST Bin UR SALE a.m. Quoles) a.m. Quoies) a.m. Quolell Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME TODAY Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Eccicpts loll a.m. ol SCO head were mostly good lo choice slaugh- .er steel's and heifers. Trade was fairly aclivc. Opening sales on slaughter sleers v.ure 25 cents lower than ast week's close, conditions considered, with sales to 31.3.. Heifers sold steady and cows were mainly medium and can- ner kinds wilh all grades of cows selling steady. Choice sioors 30.2-5 lo 30.70, good 29.25 to 30, medium 28 to 29.25. report Choice heifers 27.50 to 28, good 23.25 to 27.25, medium 25 to 26.23. Good cows 22.50 to 2.130, med- ium 21 to 22.2.5, canners and cutters 17 to 20.50. Replacement practical- ly all fleshy steers weighing 850 to pcunds and selling at fairly steady prices. Stock calves were scarce and a few good stock sleer calves under 400 pounds sold steady. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up sold 30 to 32, good slock steer calves nder 400 pounds 33 to 45 depending on weight. Hogs base price 23.05. e ails Acme Akailcho Black Bay Bralorne Bethlehem MINES Asb. -75V; T.S5 T Opemiaka Paimo Placsr DEV. P.C. Exp. Quebec AflDH Rayrock 10.25 .26 19.50 35.75' Domo Pele Dclasco CAS High .Flax let 232 ov >cc 231 lay 240'A ly 244 Low Close 232', 230% 243 231% 230% 2W 243 Rapeseed Vancouver cp 2fil 278 277U 270'i an 2741'2 ar 209% 281 Vz 277% 274'j 269% Hapcseed Thunder Bay ec ay 26414 Oals CL 67'i ec 67-ya ay 69 EarJey 105! a ay Hye cl Mis 25512 G7 67 68 105 258 230 261'A 67 67 105 Canada Tung. Cassiar CGtilral Pal. Chimo Conwesf Cons Rambler corn Lade Cochenour Craigmonf Dickenson Mines Denison Mines Horn Deldona Donalda Discovery Alines East Walartlc Easl Sullen I-d I con bridge Frobox Firsl Marjlimes Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway R.L. Hollinger Hydra Ex Iron Bay Jolicl Quebec Kerr Key Anac Labradcr Lake Shore Langis silver; AAadsen R L. Malartic G.F. Martin McNeely Macln'yre Mola Mldrim Inlcrn Mogul New West Home New Alhona New Calumet New Imperial Noranda Norlhgafc Norlex Rio Algorn Roman Corn- Sherritt Gordon Silver Miller Sleep Rock Tek Corp. Gl Cdn Oil Gen Molors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda .26 Greyhound ld.07Vj Sid Huron, Erie Hiram 1.30 16.75 Impel Oil B.EO 1.10 25.50 6S.OO .08 5.CO .43 Upper Canada 2.10 Western Mines 3.B5 Wrighl Hargreaves 1.05 Willroy .Ed Windlall .12 Yellowknife Bear 5.15 Zenmac .0? Sled INDUSTRIALS Ablllbl Alean Algom; Alco I Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest .IB B.C. Sugar 1.10 CAF_ Inrl 74 Cdn Brew 1.10 Chcmccll Col Cellulose ,FS 1.25 775 93.50 .26Vs .75 9.25 1.90 5.10 fl.OO 3B.7S iperial Tob In! Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Gp A Inl Ulililies Indus! Accept Laureniide Kelly Doug A Loeb Lob A Alassey Fc-g McMillan Bloe A'loore Co'p 7.00 19.50 12.50 B 37V3 Molsons [3 6.62W North, Cent Fewer Corp 45.25 19.75 61.75 13 Price Co Rolhmans Lriiv Ccrp Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Sears 8.00 B5.00 311 ?V 7.75 .2? Cal Coron Credil i C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indus! Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Virkers Chrysler CPR Comlnco Cons Dalh Gai Disl Sea Dom Bridge Domlar DDm Dom Slores 19.75 19.75 4.60 7.00 5 Selkirh A 3. BO 'IC.TC ?6.62V3 Traders Gp 1.15 Trans Win 17.00 Union Gas 13 00 Union Oil 2.65 10.00 31 00 6J.75 72 75 B.OO Wesleel Unicn Car Weslcn's B West Cdn Zcnilh BANKS 57.DO Can Imperial 34.25 Montreal Nova Scotia Ifl.DO Royal 14.00 Tor-Dom 37.37' 2J.D3 13.25 61. 5U 5.10 EiiO 15.37V; 25 75 U.25 2.35 7213'.i 37.50 29.50 1V.62V; 3-1.25 28.35 2B.50 19.00 5.53 3 90 5.50 12.75 18.75 lE.37V 15.53 .1.95 B 15' 10.50 19.10 26.15 36.12' 12.03 17 5Q 17.25 23.75 1J5 5100 27.67V2 27.75 25.75 Amr T and Anaconda Belh Slecl Chrysler Comsat DL-qont GM Gull Inl Harvester Kenn Copper New YorJc stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada T to sit on Study periods STIRLING (HNS) Results of the recent fact-finding meet- ing between school officials and of high school students regarding study periods are that students have the choice of using school facilities to study or to return (o their homes. opment ot natural resources in Canada, including uranium. They said a proposal to con- struct a plant to enrich uranium in Canada, using locally-si'p- plied uranium resources and Low-cost c-leclricity, will he con- sidered. Canada and Australia already have proposed to Japan the lor- mation of a multi-national pro- jc-c1: for construction of a ura- nium enrichment plant in their countries. Japan, with rapidly growing offer gas diffusion uranium-en- riching technology to Japan and ether advr.Ticed countries, the sources said. France and the Soviet Union also are showing keen interest in the market for enj'JcJied uranium in Japan. Hog prices prices Lo 11 a.m. provided by uranium needs, is considering the Alberla Hog Producers' all the proposals and studying Marketing board; Edmonton: 23.05. Average Friday 2X47. moves overseas concerning en- riched uranium, with the aim of obtaining a stable supply of nu- clear fuel for its power industry on a long-range basis. Japan's nuclear power gener- ation is expccled to reach 8.1; million kilowatts by 1975 and 00 Friday 22.80. million kilowatts by 1.W5. The United States has re- cently indicated Hs readiness to TORONTO (CP) The Slar says 43-year-old Gordie Howe has decided to relire affor seasons of National Hockey Leapue action witii Detroit Red Wings. The team lias called a news conference for Thursday lo an- nounce the right-winger's deci- FI'OII. the newspaper rcnortcd Tuesday. Howe is to step info an cxeculive position wilh the Detroit club, the slory says. Howe has been bothered by a painiul arthritic condition in his left wrist. Last season, for Hie first time in 10 years, he missed more than two regular-reason games and. for the first time since he was not named to either (hs first or second all- slar team. He played G3 games last sea- son, scoring 23 goals and 29 as- sists. In his 25 years wilh Ihe Red Wings, the Floral, Sask., native played a Intal of 1.G87 regular-! season panics and scored 785 goals and assists. He was the MIL all-star riglil winger 12 times, scoring cham- pion six times and won Ihe Hart Trophy as most valuable player six times- Improve rinlc STIRLING Im- provements have been started en Ihe outdoor ice skating rink. This ivinler sport has been popular within the village so this work is felt to be a def- inite benefit PnOVIDES COMMENTARY HALIFAX (CP) A letter written in 1820 by Rl. Rev. Ed- mund Burke, Bishop of Halifax, provides a commenlaiy on the seaport's life-style of the period. The bishop said he had forbid- den priests lo officiate al funer- als where liquor was brought into the cemetery. He said he had heard with "astonishment" Ihe ar ount of rum drunk at fu- nerals and the resulting quar- rels (hat broke out in the grave- yard. Silver prices tumble LONDON (Reuter) Massive sales of silver by currency spec- ulators sent prices tumbling to their lowest for four years on the London market today, At the same time there was another fall in the free market gold price which now has slumped by nearly S2 an ounce in a few weeks. Many experts delect a link be- tween the two inclal price falls and the U.S. dollar crisis. Nor- mally, when there is a crisis in paper currencies, speculators try to safeguard their fortunes switching inlo gold and to a lesser extent silver and then selling out at a big profit when prices rise. This lime their routine has been upset by the backwash of the dollar crisis and uncertainty over what steps the interna- tional monetary authorities will lake to solve it. President Nixon's suspension of dollar convertibility into gold Aug. 15 was followed by pres- sure for an increase in gold's of- ficial price. Speculators banked on dearer gold and built up -heir hoards. i Red Deer: 23.05 Average Friday 22.90. Calgary: 23.05. Average Fri- day 22.03. Lelhbridge: 23.05. Average Lloj'dmiiisler: No market. Av- erage Friday 22-50. Tc'.al hogs sold Total Friday Average 23.28. Sows average 13.00 SCHOOLS FOR SALE PICTOU, N-S. (CP) The Pictonty school board in Nova SVotia is in the real estate busi- is selling 19 smali, rv.ral schools that have been re- placed by a new consolidated school. A spokesman for the board said towns and villages will get a chance (o buy schools within their borders before pri- vate offers are considered. By Gene Fawcetle A UNIQUE AMJLTI-COLOR WEB PRINTING PRESS AND APPtlCATOR CAN NOW IM- PRINT DECALS AT HIGH SPEED ON EVERYTHING FROM CERAMIC TILE TO GARDEN TOOLS. DKCRATIVE TILES IN 6 PERFECTLY-REGISTERED COLORS ARE ALREADY BEING PRODUCED... PfCMS OHSHOfS, MSAfUAS, Sears 93.B7'i 20 Golds 176.12 up 97 16.50 Sid Oil of N.J. 10 Base Mel 90 30 up 27.1 Texas Gull T1650 15 W Oils up 1.76 Jl.fiZV'i Texas Co 33.50 Volume 67.75 Wlckes Corp At 00 156.CO Woolworlh 51.50 NEW YORK AVERAGE Wesfinghoirse Pi.tt) 30 9JO 85 up BJO U.S. Sled 3300 ?0 Rails 2J3.J6 up 30.00 15 Ulililies up .60 33 TORONTO AVERAGE? fis 315 7J up 2.72 101U Monlgomery Ward 34.50 :o Indust 179.4d up .85 Volume 40-Mile teachers listed NEW CAR SALESMAN STAMPEDE PONTIAC BUICK requires THREE ADDITIONAL NEW CAR SALESMEN An income potential of lo and full company fringe bencfils, including company car, are offered. Preference will be given applicants wilh these qualifications: Age 20-40 married Self-slarlcr, willi a keen interest to earn belter than average income Enthusiaslic and professional altitude, and strong inter-personal skills Previous automotive soles experience is essential. Apply in person or in writing to; PAUL SMITH, Sales Manager, Stampede Pontiac Buiek Ltd., 1449 17th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta. FOREMOST (Special) County of 48-Mile teachers: SENATOR GERSHAW E. Roy Hadlington, principal Mrs. Iris Coffman, 0. VauRhar Jones, Donald S. Rencz. Mrs Doreen Kerner, Arlancl A. Man- gold, Gerald Grimes, Miss Mary Slcmkn. Arnold Wntson J. Brent Hall, Ian Exccll, Jack Chubey, Mrs. Patricia Brosz, David C. Pickanl, Jon F. Mc- Donald. Mrs. Patricia Gcld- reich, Ken Joseph and Donald P. Yutsyk. BOW ISLAXn Garry B. Law, Mrs. Winni- frcd Evans, Mrs. G. Madge Hadliuglon, Mrs. rvorma Clc- i land. Nelson Braden, Mrs, Elaine Cliubey, Miss Linda Kunsman, Mrs. Marjorie Cor- raini, Mrs. Evelyn A. Living- ston and Mrs. Hazel Simpson. John H. Begg Miss Diane Mills, Roy Ennis, Keith Aslilnn, Mrs. Beverly Thacker, Mrs. Andrea Ashlon, Mrs. Marsha Ennis and Mrs. Marjorie 1. SflpwarL CONQUERVILLE Allen C. Eng, Laron M. Bice, Eugene Mastcl, Mrs. Marioric J. Voollcr, Mrs. MarKaroL Brenglc and Mrs. Edna Kil- horn. Allen Doig, Mrs. Rosslio Doig. FOHEMOST Yoshiomi E. Kahayamn, ,T. Derek McNnney, llnrlnn Cn- hoon, Alfred Malhicson, Mrs. Mario Dillcnbcck, Mrs. Velum Ilainswortli, Joseph Trckofski, Gordon Powclson, Rlchnrd Bus- well, Joseph K. Cross. Sirs. Cheryl Edlimd, Gerald Edhmd. Morley Stafford, Miss Ann Payne, W. Jack McDonald and Mrs. Judith StreiM. FOREMOST ELEMENTARY Albert Karrinsh, Mrs. Alien Buttenvick, Paul Ciesla, Geoff Tagg, Miss Paulclle Garber, Mrs. E. Irene Wallman. Miss Joanne Haszard, Miss Joanne Lazzarctto, Mrs. Barbara Ikp- buclu, Miss E. Jane Thiessen, Miss Debbie Banack and Mrs. Mildred Piper. MANYISERRIES Maurice C. Levesque, Rob- ert Popsnn, Willie Wicbc. Miss Sylvia Strom, Blake Wilson, Mrs. R i t n Levesque, Mrs Annrllcn Eiscrman, Mrs. Adilo Wilson, Miss Sandra Moline and Mrs. Thclma Turner. JtOSICDALK IIUTTEnlTE Kcitb Robinson. WINNIFRED JHJTTER1TE William H. Hartley. Priceless paintings stolen VEMCE (Rcuter) Thieves slole five priceless Renaissance painlings today from the Venice Basilica of Ean Giovanni E Prolo in Italy's second major art theft within eight days. Police said Ihe pictures were of inrslimablc value and so well known Ihey nculd be diflicult lo sell. Eight days ago thieves stole a unique Tiihm from a church in the painter's liiridplacc of Pieve Di Cndore Jiol fcr from licre. Police said Ihe thieves in Ven- ice used much the, same tech- nique as in Titian theft' They hid before closing time Monday niglit inside the huge GolJiic u.isilica. USE FOR WASTE GRAND FORKS, EC. (CP) A Hritish Columbia firm has an- i o u n c c d plans (o build a plant in this Kootcnay area community in southeastern B.C. to recycle waste walcrinl for use in combatting oil spills. Marlfx Hnviro-Sysloms Lid., Vancouver, says the plan will produce material from sawdust, plywood trimmings and old n e w s p a p e r s. Spilled oil is sonkcd up by the recycled in.'itc- rinl, which is then piled and burned. We arc overstocked on Vi inch washed gravel. This grovel is excellent for roads, parking areas, driveways, etc. Reg. Price cu. yd. SAIE PRICE CU. YD. SAND nnd GRAVEL CO. Ph. 327-4280 THE SEASON IS CHANGING WITH COOLER NIGHTS AHEAD WHY NOT INSTALL A FIREPLACE AND ENJOY THE FUN OF A NATURAL FIREPLACE UTILITY FIREHOOD WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF FIREPLACE ACCESSORIES OPEN A CRESTLINE BUDGET ACCOUNT! NO DOWN PAYMENT LOW EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS PHONE, WRITE OR CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION i CRESTLINE I MARKET LTD; .f "LETHBRIDGE'S INDEPENDENT BUILDING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" ?i H Ki30th SL N, Phone or 327-5110 ;