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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FABRIC BONANZA Merchandise on Sale Friday and August 10 and 11. LIMITED QUANTITIES Crimpknit wide -Washable YARD Acrylic Plaids wide -Washable YARD Stretch Terry wide and stripes -------SPECIAL YARD SCREEN PRINT Jersey wide YARD Double Knit washable and plains ____SPECIAL Cotton Niagara 222 wide YARD Single Kn -wide for T-shirts ____ YARD Acetate Jersey Polyester Word wide YARD wide and Polka dots. YARD Yarn Dyed Checks Pltf wide YARD Yarn Dyed Jacquard -Washable -Drip dry YARD Printed Crimpknit -Washable YARD Andora Plaids wide -Hand washable YARD Cotton Prints Wide -Washable -Reg. 2.99 YARD 76 Pinwale Cord wide -Washable YARD Printed Denim wide -Washable YARD Acrylic Plaids wide -Washable YARD Acrylic Double Kni wide and Plains YARD 3 Cotton Sports Velour wide -Washable YARD Avanti Flannel 2.96 wide -Washable YARD Located in Zellers Shopping Centra on Mayor Magrth Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 Downtown pool A downtown Montreal parking let resembled an Olympic-sized shimming pcol earlier this week after heavy rains backed up sewer systems in the city core. II Police reported no serious accidents. In the background is the sloping roof of the Champ de Mars Metro station. Torv leader seeks names O1TAVSA iCPI Opposition Leader Stanfield called upon Agriculture Eu- gene Whelan Tuesday to iden- tify persons who allegedly are making ex- cessive profits as food prices use Mr. Whelan said in a tele- 1 vision interview on the weekend i were profiteering by marking 1 up prices to the consumer. Mr. Stanfield told newsmen he would like the outspoken Mr. Whelan to produce evidence of can guarantee that my party will support any meas- ures required to stamp out prof- he while repeat- ing a call for a 90-day freeze on prices and incomes. Mr. Stanfield said it was diffi- cult to understand how ordinary Canadians would get by with i the present increases in food I prices. j The Conservative leader said i he hoped merchants would re- j sist the temptation to raise I prices on on-shelf goods. There have been reports that such prices have been increased by putting new stickers over old ones. A markup on-shelf goods involved a profit and a substan- i tial markup would mean sub- within the last two i weeks. j The company claimed in a full-page newspaper advertise- iment Saturday that it would 1 ''not increase the everyday price of any exsting shelf i stocks. i At Calgary. Burns Foods Ltd. reported rei earnings of i million or 63 cents per share for the first six months of compared with mil- lion or 50 cents for the same period last year. Sales for the period amount- 1 ed to compared 1 with million for the first half of 1972. gain in sales is largely due to price said A. J. E. president. j mand for meat products espe- I cially remains very i with little expectation in j the near term of any increase i in supplies. This means contin- ued high prices.'' stantial lie said. Mr. Stanfield added that substantial increases of prices of on-shelf goods could be viewed as profit- eering. In calling for the income- price Mr. Stanfield said j controls would not be as effec- itive now as they would have been several months ago. But he safd a comprehensive ap- proach would be needed to deal with price increases. In Toronto a Domin- ion Stores spokesman said Tuesday some Toronto stores raised the price of bacon over the con- trary to company policy. While customers the price rose 30 cents at some stores as higher-price labels were stuck on packages already on Hie shelves. Jim Williams said Dominion has told its 110 stores here to reinstate lower prices which stood at SI.38 a pound for bacon already in stock. new orders of ba- con will sell for as much as for Burns Select bacon and for said the spokesman for Dominion and an official of Loblaw Groce- terias Co. Ltd. They said suppliers' costs are rising as demand increases and hog prices on the stockyards set records. Dave a Loblaw's said costs ad- vanced an average of 30 cents a pound and we have to try to maintain our percentage of gross Mr. Williams said Dominion has received product-cost in- creases on 40 per cent of the Grain policy CALGARY The new- federal feed grains policy ''fails to deal with the basic freight j rate structure says A. president of I the Western Stock Growers' As- i sociation. I He called the an- I nounced last week by Otto minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat shrewd political has something for every- but not really much for Mr. Chisholm said. federal government still hasn't come up with a viable solution to this said jDobson Lea president of Uni- the association of Alber- ta farmers. don't want the federal government to forget that we invested a lot of money in the west in providing ourselves with a transportation Mr. Lea said the new under which the Wheat Board will guarantee minimum prices for feed means farmers no long- er have to sell their products cheaply. But an Alberta Wheat Pool spokesman said the policy make much difference right as far as pricing is we have a shortage of grain. still want the govern- ment to deal with the basic problem of freight rate inequit- the Wheat Pool spokes- SUPER SAVER SALE Merchandise on Sale Friday and August 10 and 11. LIMITED QUANTITIES DURA BOND COLEMAN JUG -128-01. capacity -Leak-proof liner SPECIAL BOYS' and GIRLS' HI-RISE BICYCLES frame SPECIAL DURA BOND COLEMAN JUG capacity food or bever-j ages. SPECIAL .22 CALIBRE LONG RIFLE SHELLS -Non corrosive SPECIAL PORCELAIN FOOD BLANCHER -7 quart size A -Perforated insert J SPECIAL SLEEPING BAGS cut size -3 Ib. wool batt SPECIAL LADIES' PANTY HOSE -One size Taupe Enchantment -Intrigue g SPECIAL pair HOME PRESERVING MASON JARS Quart size DOZEN Pint sire DOZEN 2.44 BOYS' JEAN SET -Sizes 8 to 16 SPECIAL LADIES' FLANNELETTE GOWNS and PYJAMAS -Sizes S.M.L.OS colors SPECIAL GIR.IS' KNEE HIGHS -Sizes 6 to brown PAIR LADIES' COTTON SHIFTS -Sizes S.M.L. ityles SPECIAL GREEK SHOULDER BAGS -Hand woven Rayon SPECIAL GIRLS' JEANS -Sizes 7 to 14 -Reg. 3.33 SPECIAL PHENTEX -3.2 oz. 3 ply -2 boll package SPECIAL MEN'S RENWICK WALLETS -Genuine leather SPECIAL GIRLS' SQUALL JACKETS -Sizes 7 to 14 nylon SPECIAL BIG BUY BLANKET -Double bed size -Assorted colors SPECIAL MOD ART FOAM PILLOW -Washable SPECIAL TEMPO BLANKET bed SPECIAL size. THERMAL BLANKETS SPECIAL SUBSTANDARD SCOTIAN BEDSPREAD BUNK BED TWIN BED Doubl. Size Located in Zellers Shopping Centre en Mayer Magrath Drive. Open Daliy 9 a.m. to 6 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. te 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;