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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE April 17, 1S74 Timely clock buys! Snap up this great buy on Westclox decorator clock! 19 99 and 26 99 Great buy on attractive wall clocks that'll look great in your living room or dining room This handsome Westclox model has rich walnut-finish with a walnut- colored face and brass trim. White Arabic dial. About 23V2 inches in diameter. Battery-operated model, 26.89. Electric Model, 19.99. Buy a Bulova wall clock! 19.99 Here's a decorator wall clock you'll love for its looks. Attractive oblong shape (11 by 9 inches deep) with rich wood- tone finish, brushed brass dial. Semi- modern with black Roman numerals Operates on single "C" size batttery Floor clock with handy sholvos 59.99 A floor clock that's useful! Has shelves you can fill with Dlants, ornaments or books. Plus a roomv bottom comoartment for extra storage (has moulded styrene panelled door) Handsome wooden case has simulated walnut finish. Precision cprdless movement oper- ates on single "C" size battery. About 66" high, 17" wide, deep Get this electric decorator clock 9.99 Here it is' a clock that's great for any -oom in our house at a price that's easy on your budget Has a deep all-concealing case pierced hands, brass topper ring, legible numer- als. About inches square. Charcoal or white. Clocks, Mam Floor EATON'S Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday to 9. Buy Line 328-8811. Use Your Eaton Account Credit Terms Available. Big stores start retailing study TORONTO (CP) The T. Eaton Co. Ltd. and J. C. Penny Co Inc., a major United States department store and catalogue chain, announced today they are making a joint study of retailing opportunities in Canada. "We believe there may be opportunities tor Eaton's and J. C. Penny to join skills in developing a new retail activity in said R. J. Butler, president of Eaton's He said that Eaton's invited the US. company to join in the preliminary review of retailing "in the knowledge that both companies have remarkably similar business philosophies." Mr. Butler said that regardless of the outcome of the study, "we plan no changes in the merchandising direction of Eaton's conventional department business, nor will J. C. Penny acquire any onwership inteiest in the T. Eaton Co." William M. Batten, chairman of J. C. Penney, said "the stability and the growth potential of the Canadian consumer market have attracted our interest for some time." Toast winners Canadian personalities were on hand at the Civic centre in Ottawa Monday evening to introduce the winning numbers in the Olympic lottery draw group on stage to toast the lucky winners. At the centre of the group are the hosts, Pierre Ber- ton, author and television commentator, and CBC hostess Lise Payette. Substantial boost in '75 models Chrysler to hike prices '73 underwriting loss sets record TORONTO (CP) The Canadian automobile, fire and casualty insurance industry had an underwriting loss for 1973 of more than million, the worst in its history, the trade magazine Canadian Underwriter reports The underwriting result is the balance between premiums paid to companies and payments by companies of claims, operating expenses and taxes. It excludes investment income. Reasons for the loss include inflation, higher claims and several serious fires, Canadian Underwriter said. CENTER LINE, Mich. Chrysler Corp president John Riccardor said today prices on the firm's 1975 models will go up "substantially He told the Chrysler stock- holders meeting the trend to- ward higher costs is "accelerating at a faster rate than at any other period" in Chrysler history and will force the retail price increases with the new models this fall. Chrysler chairman Lynn Townsend said despite the current auto industry sales slump. Chrysler's first- quarter share of the total car market reached a 17-year high of 19 per despite a drop by 20 per cent from last year's Chrysler sales level. The decline averaged 29 per cent Townsend said Chrysler's increase in market share is due to the auto-maker's emphasis on small cars He said Chrysler will be able to devote more than 60 per cent of its production to small cars by the end of April, turning out nearly one million small cars a year. The best to you from Palm. Cottage Cheese. PRLM PALM DAIRIES LIMITED PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. Pears Brentwood Halves 14 fl. oz. tins Green Beans Royal City French or Spinach 14 fl. oz. tins........... Luncheon Meat Burns Spork 12 oz. net wt...... Clarks 3i89 ;