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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1973 THE itiriBNiDoi nnuMC Breadwinners still jobless LONDON Nearly a bird of family breadwinners imong the thousands of Ugan- lan Asiaaj who were evacuated last autumn are still inemployed. A spokesman for the Ugandan resetUement board said oday that about 70 per cent of the evacuees are fit least jartially supported by an em- ployed family al- though many of them must also rely on social welfare benefits. 'Hve 30-per-cent unemploy- ment rate among the refugees compares with Britain's over-all rate of 2.6 per cent. Problems of age and inability to adapt to the British way of life are seme of the reasons for the difficulty of finding said the spokesman. About evacuees are still subsisting in refugee or resettlement centres as they are called by the and some families have been shifted from camp to camp as many as three times. Of the 16 original camps opened during the airlift only two are still in operation and it is hoped to close them by the end of the year Toronto stock analysts believe worst is over TORONTO The re- cent improvement in prices on the Toronto stock market has led some analysts to be- lieve the worst is over for the year. They say investors should be buying now in anti- cipation of further strength. The Toronto market's indus- trial currently at about is up sharply from its low of 201.47 on May 22. Lawson and Co. Ltd. says that after such a signifi- cant rally the market appears ready for a per- baps to the 213-215 level. the next move after a correction if it we would expect to see interest pick up in those junior situ- ations with excellent earnings potential. Selective accumula- tion could prove to be worth- while later this Odium Brown and T. B. Read Ltd. taking may develop in the near term but we do not ex- pect the market to return to its lows of June and early July. Any temporary weak- ness would be a further buy- ing Odium Brown recommends shares of IU which reported first-half earn- ings 20 per cent higher than a year ago. company's long-term prospects are par- ticularly on the basis of ocean shipping and trucking inter- IU International closed Fri- day at Lawson says ex- ceptional growth exists in all phases of Glemiale Corp.'s business and particularly in mobile homes. The formerly Glendale Mobile has diversified into temporary and mobile hous- ing for institutional and com- mercial markets. Lawson estimates earnings for the year at up from and rtr- ommends the stock for capital gains. Glendale Corp. closed Fri- day at T. A. Richardson says the shares of Budd Automotive appear undervalued ered the present high management quality and strong future investment attract. Iveness of the company is fur- ther augmented by the strong probability that Budd will de- clare'its first dividend either next year or In the current Budd Automotive closed Friday at Yorkton Securities Ltd. says It is revising upward esti- mated earnings of Crush In- ternational for die year to 79 cents from 74 cents a based in part on contributions from recent eign sales an ex- ceptionally third quarter and expected improvement in sales over the warm summer. MIX Oft VIVA CANADA CHOICE GRADE GREEN BEANS 14 fl. oz. tins YOUR CHOKE tins Orange LIQUID BLEACH ASSORTED BISCUITS POWER PLUS 128 fl. oz. bottle KAMBLY 12 oz. net wt. pkgs. 2 for TANG ORANGE DRINK CRYSTALS pkgs. Poly 6ag of 79 BRIM DECAFFEINATED INSTANT COFFEE 8 oz. net wt. jar O.09 PEANUTS JOHNSON SPANISH BAKERY FEATURE CAKE DONUTS AUSTRAL. Fancy Grade ........14 fl. oz. tini FRUIT COCKTAIL FROZEN FRENCH FRIES CARNATION 4 Ib. net wt. bag 114 Ib. net wt. pkg. Pkg. of 13 pkg. 53 Cheese Cake SARA LEE FROZEN ASSORTED 18 oz. net wt. FLAKED TUNA BYE THE SEA 6 oz. net wt. tin for 89 CAKE MIXES LITTLE DIPPER ASSORTED T6 oz. net wt. pkg. 37' FINEST MEATS TURKEYS BY THE PIECE GOVERNMENT INSPECTED SUPPLIES Ib. MILD CHEDDAR RANDOM CUTS Ib. CANADA GRADE B OR UTILITY FROZEN GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CRYOVAC PACK 6 to 16 Ib. SUPPLIES LOCALLY GROWN-CANADA NO. 1 GRADE POTATOES ib. CANTALOUPE SALMON FLESH A delicious dessert served with ice cream U VV IWdNTOSH GREEN PEPPERS WASHINGTON GROWN. FIRST OF THE SEASON. NEW CROP......Ib. CANADA NO. 1 GRADE IDEAL FOR THE 5 LB. BULK PACK FRYING CHICKEN LEGS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED SUPPLIES 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 324 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 420-6th STREET SOUTH Ib. VALUES EFFECTIVE TTL CLOSING AUGUST 1973 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. COUPON Marlboro PURCHASE BATHROOM COUPON EFFECrVE TIL CLOSING AUGUST AT L-MART ONLY. PUNCH COUPON EFFECTIVE TH CLOSING AUGUST AT L-MART ONLY. WITH THIS COUPON YOU MAY PURCHASE 10-FL OZ. TINS FOUR STAR MUSHROOMS STEMS AND PIECES 3 TINS FOR ONLY......... COUPON EFFECTIVE TTL CLOSING AUGUST 1973 AT L-MART ONLY ;