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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Market prices slightly lower TORONTO (CP) Prices In an sectors of the Toronto stock market drifted fractionally lower in moderate mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials down .25 to 177.98, golds 1.46 to 176.27, base metals .28 to 87.88 Mid western oils .75 to 237.32. Volume by 11 a.m. was (hares, compared with at the same time Friday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 100 to 79, with 186 issues unchanged. Trading was halted at the opening in the shares of To- ronto Star, due to an influx of orders. The Toronto Telegram announced it plans to cease pub- lication, leaving the Star the only evening papsr in the city. Toronto Star B closed Friday at up Lake Dufault dropped 1 to Ford of Canada Vi to Leigh lo Imperial Oil Yi to jnco to and Bethlehem to sig'i. Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Lines was down to S22, CP Lid. ft to Bank of Nova Scotia Vi to and Interna- tional Utilities lo ?37. Victoria Grey Trust climbed Vz to ?32, Laidlaw Motorways Vi to Central-Del Rio to ?17% and Gulf Oil Vt to UTILITIES up MONTREAL (CD-Utilities rose slightly while other sectors edged downward in light morn- ing trading on the MontreaJ stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian slock- exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same lime Friday. On index, utililies were up ,i? to 153.14. Industrials declined .16 (o 185.44, banks .05 lo 217.88, papers .14 to 77.97 and the com- posite .09 to 183. Highlighting gains on the Montreal Stock Exchange, Sher- win-Williams rose to National Trust 5214 lo Among declines, Falconbridge Nickel slipped to Dome Petroleum ?i and Denison Mines to On Ihe Canadian Stock Es- chanj'.- Minorah Mines was un- changed at 11 cents on DRIFTS LOWER NEW YOriK (AP) Continu- ing its recent '.ndecisive behav- ior, the stocV; market drifted lower r slow trading today. The noon Dow Jones average o! 30 industrials off 3.80 points at Declines led ad- vances on Ihe New York Ex- change by 10 to 7. Bible expert dies Md. (AP) Dr. William F. Albright, one of the world's leading biblical scholars, authors and professor emeritus of Johns Hopkins Uni- versity, died Sunday at a nurs- ing home after a stroke. Dr. Al- bright, who was 80, had been ill for two months. Among Canadian stocks, Dis- lillers Seagrams picked up at while Dome Mines dropped Vt to J6514. On the American exchange, Canadian issues were mostly static, with Canadian Marconi dropping Yi to Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape, seed prices slightly liigh- er in a fair volume of trade at mid-session on Hie Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Hedge selling dominated the trading but some exporter buying was also in evidence. The rest of the market was quiet. Friday's volume of Irade was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct. T4 lower Nov. 2-1s higher 2.MA; Dec. V, lower 2.2314; May Yi lower Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. not open; Nov. K higher 2.54B; Jan. 114 higher 2.52B; March 114 higher 2.51B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 1 lower 2.4214; Dec. 14 lower 2.41KB; May 2 higher 2.50 Oats: Oct. unchanged 6514 A; Dec. Ve lower May 14 low- er 66A. Barley: Oct. unchanged 03% A; Dec. not open; May lower l.OlftB. Rye: Oct. Vt higher 90S Dec. higher 89B; May higher 94MB. Monday, 20, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal by Doherty. Koedhouse ajid LAST BID OR SALE l.rti. ouotn> i.m. euotei) i.m. Oiiofe" WESTERN OILS Hud Boy Oil Pld 57.CO Comn Lev 3.4! 3.79 Almlnex 5 K Hugh Russell Pfd 19.25 Corp Invest 3.56 6.07 E.'l Gt; Husky Oil Corp Invest S F 5.10 As.'mer. 17.75 Husky Oil Pld B 1J.S7 quotations That's what is planned in London A library without a rival Ashland OH Gal 11.67'A Huiky Oil War. 7.95 B P Oil Gas 7.10 Inter Prov P Wts 12.75 'nfer Prov Steel 7.75 X.JD Joulel .M Kaiser J.BO Kam KJtla .45 13.25 2.40 2.00 .75 35.25 Cdn Southern Cdn Export GBI Cdn Homi. 11-00 Cdn Horr.z. PJd 30.M Cdn Ind Cdn Long Is. Cdn Superior Central Del 'Ib Charier ChleMan Dome l'ete Dynamic Peli Great Mains Lot-Mel Expl. Mill City New Cant. North Cdn Oil Numac Pcrmo Petrol Pinnacle Pface Gas Ponder Renger Scurry Rain Spoonpr Tolal "etrol West Decaltn MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES I I. .62 4J.OO 17.50 S.70 7.70 35.50 1.2J 3d.25 l.JZ 2.3! .10 665 12.50 .45 1 40 .65 1.20 .53 13.75 19.25 1.6B fl.10 7.B5 L. Ont. Port M.G.F. Mentor Newconex Paclllc Pele Rank Organ. Selkirk Hold. Shell Cdn Shell Inv. Pfd. Shell Inv. WIs. Sicks Teledyne West Cdn Seed Whllepass CALGARY Acroll Bgront Oil North Cont. Madison West Warner In Shi Gr Equity Invest Gr F Invest Mutual Mutual Ac Mutual Gr F Nat Res N w Flnanci N w Gr Principal Gr Roylund Temp Gr Unltel Ac universal Ssv 3.4B 3.B3 6.35 6.97 10.81 11.B5 5.42 5.93 5.49 6.0i' 5.24 5.7J 7.3B B.D7 4.65 5.11 5.50 6.04 in 4.75 5.69 5.93 15.08 27.41 4.96 5.45 7.25 5.97 cllc Mlnlh, Explor Bath Norse Beth Copper 11.00 .52 P'd Block Bros Brends Suns.- B.C. Siifjfrr .06 Capr Inltif .02'A Churchill Copper .25 Columbia Cell .36 Coronation Credit Creslbrook For Ind PIPELINE STOCKS Croydcn Alia Gas Tr L A 47.87'A Dolly Vardei 19.50 17.00 7.JO 76 3.SO 1.10 .16 .17 Agra Indus. Alco Indus. Aguatalne Brll Nlld Corp Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Occidental Cdn Pac. Inv. CPR Ptd. A Crowsnest Ind. Cygnus A Cygnus B Genslar Gi. Cdn Oil 9.25 14.B7IA i Affa Gas Tr L Pfd Dynasfy Alia Nat Gas n.'jJVi Fort RellflnCB dn W Nal Gas lfl.00 Giant Mascot 5.30 Inland Nat Gas 12.8714 Granhln 11.25 N and C Gas 15.50 Growers B 2.70 N and C B Pfd 30.50 Key Indust 22 Pacific Gas Tr 12.75 Lornex 7-30 REZ Melro Pfd A 65.00 Hys 2.J5 Gaz Metro 5.87'A Inlerlor Brew 4.50 Tr Cdn Pipe 37.00 Inter Mariner .98 Tr Cdn P Ptd A 6B.SD Kamloops Copper .09 Tr Cdn p B 42.00 Lytton Minerals 10.50 Tr Ccjn p war 11.37Va Okanagan Helicon 6.00 25.00 wc Trans is 75 Plains Pele .29 Western Pacific Primer .OB MUTUAL FUNDS Pyramid .M 11.25 AAl Cdn Com 8.52 9.31 Silver Standard 1.15 5.B5 AM Cdn DMd 9.57 Stampede Jnll Res .76 Gl. Cdn Oil 6-75 100.00 All Cdn Vent 3.B4 4.20 Texmont .15 Hrme Oil A Gr F 6.07 6.67 .40 Home Oil B 36.50 AGF Special 2.94 Western Mines 3.00 Home Pllfleld 2.45 Cdn Invest F 4.64 S.09 WC Res .03 Hudson Bay Co 19.50 Collect Mutual 6.36 7.00 Western Explor .16 Hudson Bny Oil 46.00 Cmnw Inter 13.30 14.62 Ullca .20 Toronto industrials 2.10 .25 20.00 4.20 1.97 21.50 1.9D 1.14 B.50 1.55 Flal Oct Nov Dec High Low Close 225V4 22314 224 22514 223 224% 22514 223 23314 May Rapeseed Vancouver Sept 25914 Nov 2511s 253'.s Jan 254 25114 Mar 251% 247% 250 Rapeseed Thunder Day Oct 243 Dec 241V'2 Hay 250'A Oats Oct Dec 65 May 6611 Barley Oct 103% Dec May Rye 240% 239 246% 65 647s 66 1031i 101% Oct Dec May 90% 240 Vi 249 Vt 65 W, 65 66 103% 103 101-4 90 A RECORD MUSIC EDMONTON (CP) The ar chives division of ihe Provin cial Mu s e u m and Archives of Alberta visi M centres throughout province this summer to record Msnnonite folk music for its permanen collection on the past and pres ent history of a mu ICIIL iiiaiuly ui luue.u- seum spokesman said. How the cities fared OTTAWA (CP) The 25 top Canadian centres, showing the number of taxable fed- eral income tax returns filed [or 1963 and average incomes reported, ranked by incomes: 1. Oakville, S7.936. 2. Sarnia, 3. 1I.08-I, 4. Oliawa, G. Br.impton, ?G.902. 7. Osliawa 8. Prince George, 5. "NEW Byjjtne Fawccllo MINERS WEARING SPACE SIP SOON BE WORKING IN QXYSEN-fKEEMNES TESTS, PRE- VENT FROM COMBINING WITJ PYRITES TO FORM DEAD 1 FURiC ACID THAT SEERS wo Arrne MINER'S SUIT, COHNKTEO 30. St. Catharines, 11. Prince Rupert, 12. Sept-Ties, 13. Vancouver, 11. Nanaimo 15. Hamilton, Calgary, 17. 18. Whilby, 19. New Westminster, 41.286, ?fl.377. 20. Sudbury Copper Cliff, 21. Sault Ste. Marei, 22. Kamloops, K. Edmonton, 21. Montreal. 25. London, Quebec union drops NDP MONT LAURffiR, Que. (CP) Que bee Foundation of Labor hns decided lo withdraw ils officinl support of New Dcmocralic Party, president Louis Lnhcrge told general meeting here. He s n i d, however, that the role to delete the support clauw rom the QFL consUlution did not signify "a gesture to disa- vow ourselves from this party." Tlie the nicmbcr union Ic ally itself wilh iny parly ready lo keep up witli ho "rapid nnd complex factors at Quebec politics." ho said, a.m. QuoHl) MINES Acme Advotalt Asb. 1.0! alack bCi Bralorne BrDUlan BelrilehEm Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassiar central Pal- I Chimo Con west Co, s. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigrr.int Dickenson Mines Denlson Mine) Deer Horn O'Eldona Dome Mines Donelda Discovery Mlnw East tiast Sullivan Falconbridge Frotex First Gianl Y.K. Bovis C. my R.L. iger 38.25 rii json Bey M-S 22.25 Hydra Ex. Iron Bay ISO Jollet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anecon Labrador Lake Shore Lingls Silver Madsen R.L. Malarlic G.F. Martin McNeely Mela Midrlm Inlern Mogul New Alhona New Calumet Norands NorlriBflfB Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE am. Quotes) m.m. Quotes) Nu Wesf Homes B.50 Con Cable Opemijrta Oslskc Pallno Pin- Poln! p.C Exp. Ray'rock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherritt Gordon Sleep Rock Tek Corp Texmont Upper Canad Weslern -Mines Wright B.BO Willroy 1 ol Windfall 2600 YellowxnUe Bear 05 Zenmac .55 INDUSTRIAL! Anltlbl Alcan .60 Algoma Steel 1.00 Atco Ind 2.65 Allan Sugar ?1.25 Bell Tel .27 Brazil Trac 65 B C. Tel G.60 Burns 1.75 B.C. ForesJ irgresvcs 1.25 4.75 18 12.37Va lo.l2Vz Fd of Amer .25 Gt Cdn Oil 19.00 Gen Molors 27.25 Gi pap .70 Gulf Oil Cda 1.30 orcvhound .22 Hawker Sid 15.25 Huron, Erie 6.35 Hiram Walk 16.12V) Imperial Oil 2 31 Imasca in! Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Gn A Int Utilities 37.25 Indusl Accept Laurenllde E.12V Kelly Doug A Locb Loblaw A 5.62V Alef 5torel New 16.00 Massev Ferq 12.00 McMillan Bloe 24.50 Moore Corp 35.50 is A 5.70 .41 2.01 2.9B 71.25 5.75 14.00 26.25 16 00 2.85 53.50 37.87'A 3300 28.50 B.C. Sugi CAE Ind [ar Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulosi 3.05 Cnl Power 1.35 Coron credit .21'A C.W.N. Gas 7.75 Cdn Indusl .30 Canada S S 36 Cdn Marconi 2.91 Cdn Vlckers Chrysler .79 CPR .65 Comlnco Cms Bain 77-25 Cons Gas .OT'A Dlst Sea .23 Dom Brldgfl 8.3a DomtDr .15 Dom Textile 21 Dom Slorcs 32.50 Dome Pen 6.75 Dofasco S'Sii Molsons B Norlh' Cenl 6o'25V' Rolhmans IJiSwiSI Law Corp CDft Simpson's Simp Sears Slcsl of can IK Selkirk Texaco Traders GD A Trans Mln Pp Trans Can Pp 11.12'i 11 35 D.'OO 9.75 30 71 67.0D Uni Union Oil Vcrsalile Mfg Wesleel Union Car Weslon's B Woodward's A Cdn Sd Ele.cNK, BANKS 12.CO Can ImperlBl AAontreal 1375 Nova Scotia 35.12'A Royal Tor-Dom 4.60 B.OO 10.62 Vi 19.00 36.50 28.00 26 OD 16.00 3J. 13.62'A 3i. 15 50 2175 OO 1.90 By IVOR DUOIVN LONDON (CP) The new British Library scheme is de- signed to create a national li- brary system without rival. The intention is to establish in the heart of London the best possible central library serv- ices for Britain and the most significant group of museums and library resources in Eu- rope. A new library for reference and research is to be built next door to the British Mu- seum whose vast and ever-in- creasing store of books has ce'.ised a serious housing problem. What Is proposed la a cen- tralized combination of the m u s e u m 's present library mill four National Reference Library of Science and Invention, the National Central Library, the British National Bibliography and the National Lending Library for Science and Technology. This will be an enormous advantage for studenls of a multitude of subjects. Tljey will be spared waste of timo and money in travel. Teach- ers and taught, working in widely separated fields of knowledge, could meet quickly and conveniently. The museum is in Blooms- bury, a quiet central region which was once residential but has become increasingly academic as London Univer- sity expanded its premises, devouring some of the hand- some squares and terraces which include admirable ex- amples of 18th century town- planninE and architedural el- egance. Bloomsbury will become an unparalleled centre of com- prehensive scholarship and research. And, although some of its old houses will have (o Ixj sacrificed, it is Iwlieved that this can be carried out- with no serious loss of the best features of its architec- tural heritage and buildings of special beauty and interest Will be preserved. The main existing unit, the British Museum Library, has had a long history of private benefar' mrf public service. since nation in the mid- dle ,8th century. One of the donors was King G e o i g e n who In 1757 presented the books collected by the monarchs of England since the time of King Henry VII, who reigned Vk centuries earlier. A royal example is readily the gifts, many of groat value, accumu- lated. A major dev.ilopment was the construction and comple- tion in 1857 of the great circu- lar readingroom which has been freely open lo ticket- holders of all kinds and opin- ions. It will continue to be in Ihe new plans. Since a permit Lo work there has been easily obtain.- mus" almoi.. sity. read by visitors. its frequ Karl Mai. gee in I workshe- from 1 The this part of the fus created what is poor man's univer- -.-e was everything to othing lo pay. .-..-.jorlunily has been industriously used Londoners and sigantic list of ,.as has included when a refu- made it his So did the young Shaw on his arrival nd. part of the British U.S. defence cuty forecast unless Europe bill LONDON (AP) An Ameri- can defence expert forecast today large-scale U.S. troop withdrawals from Europe un- less Europeans are prepared to foot the bill. Neiv York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T end T Sean 94.25 20 Golds 173.67 J La Steel 25.50 Sid oil of N.J. 71.75 10 Base Mel oil l.OB Chrysler 30.25 Texas Gulf IS DO 15 W Oils 23; off BO Comsal 43.5! Teuas Co 32.12Yj Volume Cuponl 155.37'A Wicks orp 4B.25 NEW YORK ".WAGES Gulf Int Har Kenn Copper 5.-.2S 30 Indusl off 3.34 27.67ft Wesllngnouse Elec P3.d2W 20 241.65 off 77 28.50 U.S. Steel 30.00 15 Utililies 11107 off 25 31.50 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 slocks 309.2-1 off 1.03 Irish airline slashes fares DUBLIN (AP) Acr Lingus, the Irish airline, says it will cut fare across the Atlantic begin- ning Feb. 1, offering round trips from Shannon to New York starting at about 5200. The company entered the price-cutting battle Friday night by promising "to match the lowest fares in all our mar- kets." The West German airline, Lufthansa, already has an- nounced a decision to introduce the lowest transatlantic fares on record Feb. 1. Air Canada also applied for permission to lower its rates. Montgomery Ward 34.12'A 20 Indust 177.66 off .SB Volume Livestock Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., today about 32S head; mostly mixed grades o] slaughter steers and cows Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold steady; lieifers were steady with insuf- ficient good and choice kinds to establish a market; cows were steady with sales to 24 and lulls were higher. Choice slaughter steers 30.50 to 31 good 29.50 to 20.25, me- dium' 28.50 to 29.25. Medium heifers 25 to 26.25. Good cows to 23.80; medium 21.25 to 22.50; earners and cutters 18 o 21. Good bulls 24 to 26.40. Replacement cattle were in short supply with most of the short-keep steers scll- ng at steady prices. Insuf- icient stock or slaughter cat- Smoltev Help Prevrnl All Wlldfircil tie offered to establish quota- tions. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 31 lo 33.80. Hogs base price 22.80. NEWS NOTES BISON FAIR GAME WARSAW (Reuler) For- eign hunters with to spend win be able to stalk the European bison, first cousin to Hie American buffalo, in Poland this fall. The once-rare animals have been totally protected for many years. Officials say itey have increased to the point where they need thinning oul and hunters will be allowed to bag about seven this year. J Sewage projects i loans okayed OTTAWA (CP) Central Mortgage asid Housing Corp. today approved loans totalling for four sewage treat- ment projects in Alberta. They are: Medicine Hat, for improvements to the existing sewage pond. Grande Centre, to install pumps in two existing sewage pumping stations. for con- struction of a trunk sewer and a stabilization pond. AUiabasca, for construction of sewers, a pump- ing station and a sewage pond. PEKING SPREADS WINGS HONK KONG (Renter) A Peking magazine hns published n map showing almost the en- Jre South Cliina Sea to within a :ew hundred miles of the cqua- or os Chinese territory. The line lakes in small is- ands and reefs in the South China Sea, including the Spnrtly Elands disputed by Nationalist Cliina, the Philippines and South Vietnam. HISTORIC EDMONTON (CP) More han buildings were listed >y the historic sites section of ho Provincial Museum and Ar- chives of Alberts this summer as part of their permanent rcc- )rd of the 'n'slory of the prov- noo, n museum spokesman Mid. Aulry on mend after surgery BOSTON (AP) Gene Autry one time singing cowboy star and now wealthy businessman is recuperating in Massachu- setts Eye and Ear Informary after an operation for a de- tached retina. A spokesman said he is making good recov- ery. Timo' i.. Stanley, former de- fence 'isr to the U.S. mis- sion t tie North Atlantic Treaty warned that within It is 'i he sait. abroad ican cuts could laie place 'jr. jlerable to Americans, i lat their forces on in- defence missions ibtfted to the Amer- r.'.'nts deficit. JR a speech prepared for ilie ;'-dng of the Atlantic Treaty :.socialion convention here, urgiv that NATO set up a joint security fund to neutralize foreign exchange costs of forces overseas. 3The association Is a semi-offi- cial group promoting NATO's political and social aims. Slanley said the need lor ac- tion on the American payments position was urgent. If the balance of payments were no longer an issue, he said, American troops could Library's new buildings b hoped to be ready in 197B for its first occupant, the Science IWercnce Library. The plans, outlined by Lord Eccles who combines Ills position in the government -of paymaster- general with care ol the pub- lic provision for the arts, in- clude not only books but the storage o f the national ar- chives of recorded music and films. The library, he said, would be l.ho cuslodian of "the greatest cotlectlra of manu- scripts, maps, and mucic, ever to found In one place." The scheme will almost cer- tainly be accepted after keen debate. The expected cost not as heavy as one might ex- pect. The report of the Na- tional Libraries Commltiee, which has worked it out In de- toil, says the project take some 13 years to complete and will cost some million in all. Trade, monetary crisis talks start BRUSSELS (AP) Foreign ministers of the European Com- mon Market nations met today on the world trade and mone- I ary crisis touched off by Presi- dent Nixon's Aug. 15 measures to defend the dollar. Delegation sources Insisled there was no question of Euro- peans taking retaliatory steps for the lime lieing. Foregn ministers were re- viewing a report from the Com- Market commission that eslimtaed Nixon's measures nill mean a trade loss of some Million lo the six member na- Mcgotiations between the United States and its major trading partners over hoi? (o re- solve the crisis, deadlocked in Lfiidon last week, are due to cw.tinue in Washington Sept. 26 '.7. Officials here do not want p jeopardize these talks and the iVi'jt German delegation partic- ularly has come out against re- pi.sals. uefore lurning to the Irade monetary crisis, the meel- approved a joint stand to r- g installations for the peace- ii'l 'jses of atomic energy in Uie six countries under the iijlcrna- iial control required by the B-Jcle.ir non-proliferation treaty. The foreign ministers agreed to instruct the Common Market execiitve commission lo negoti- ate control methods with Ihe In- ternational Atomic Energy Commission In Vienna. France, the only Common Market member which ranks as a nuclear military power, had objected to controls which would cover its military Instal- lalons as well. The six agreed on a stand which would ensure slight modi- fications ui the Euratom treaty so that international controls would cover only non-military installations. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Avcr- rrices to 11 a.m. provided the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: "Jidmonton: 22.65. Average Friday 22.72. Red Deer: 22.70. Average Friday 23.48. Calgary: 22.80. Average Fri- day 22.62. Lethbridge: No sales. Aver- age Friday 22.88. Lloydminster: No sales. No sj'.es Friday. Tolal hogs sold Tolal stay in Europea for at least live I 2'.g6. hogs sold Friday Average more years. Sows average 13.35. Smallpox program dropped WASHINGTON (AP) The United States public health service said today it is no longer recommending routina smallpox immunizations. The U.S. thus became the sec- ond industrialized country afler Britain to move away from wholesale smallpox immuniza- tion of children In favor ol selective protection for medical personnel and travellers in countries where the disease is still prevalent. Dr. David J. Sencer, head of the health service's centre for disease control, said the govern- ment has begun a campaign to change stale immunization poli- cies because the threat of ad- verse reaction from smallpox shots now is greater than the disease itself. lie said about six Americans die each year from the shots wlu'le no one in the United Stales has contracted the dis- ease since 1949. DOLLAR VALUE MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds was down Vs at 3-16. Pound slerlng was up 1-16 at NEW YORK dollar up at 58 13-16 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling up 17-64 at ?2.47 29-64. BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME WITH OZITE MDOOR Legislator jailed TOKYO (Renter) A Tokyo I court jailed a member of tiio lower house of the Diet (parlia- ment) for 18 months Monday and fined him for accept- ing a bribe from Japan's 1 e n d i n R transport company. Masanousiike Ikeda, a 73-year- old member of the Liberal Dcm- ocralic party, was one of eight I persons found guilty on charges of embezzlement and bribery in- volving Uio Nippon Express Co, I CfpSTLINE BUILDERS MARKET LTD: "LETHBR'IDGE'S JHDfMNDENTByilDING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" ;