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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wodnesdoy, Auguil 11, 1971 Grain price review Industrials buck trend TORONTO (CP1 Industrial issues edged fractionally higher while prices in all other sectors of the Toronto stock market dropped lower in light mid- mofning trading today. On index, golds lost 4.% to 190.41 base metals .08 to 89.73 and western oils .04 to 223.47. Industrials were up .35 lo 173.99. Volume by 11 a.m. shares, was from at the same time Tues- day. Weakest sectors were bever- ages, real estate, pipelines and trust and IOM issues. Seven of the industrial index's 17 sub- groups moved lower. Oil refining, steel, utility and communication issues posted Declines outnumbered ad- fractional advances, vances 84 lo 75, with 173 issues unchanged. Supertest ordinary was down 1 to S52--2, Cominco r's to S233a, Na-Churs '2 to S15, Cadillac De- velopment 3s to S7, Tara ss to S135B and Canadian Industrial Gas and Oil 's lo Mclntyre lost 1 to S89. Deni- son !1 to Calgary Power r2 to S26 and International Utili- ties ns to f37'.i. Inco was up 5s to Impe- rial Oil "n to S26TS, Asamera K to S19TS, CP Ltd. 35 to ?62Vz, Hudson's Bay Co. 'j to and Canadian Imperial Bank to 523. MONTREAL (CP) Prices climbed almost one point in most sectors in light morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was 263.200 shares compared with at the same time Tiles- day. On index, the composite rose .92 to 177.13, industrials 1.17 to 179.54, utilities .71 to 150.85 and papers .35 to 81.65. Banks foil .53 to 204.30. Highlighting gains, Westburne Industries and Imperial Oil Ltd. rose ?i each to and respectively and CP Ltd., Al- berta Gas and International Nickel each to ?G2Vz, 545Vi and respectively. Among losers, Placer develop- ment lost 51 to and Cana- dian International Power, Hunter Douglas and Interna- tional Utilities lost each to S13 and 537Vi respec- tively. Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed futures posted strong ad- vances on moderate short-cov- erings at mid session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange lo- ilay. Most of the trading showed concern for the Bertha Army Worm infestation in parts of tlie Saskatchewan rap cseed crop. Oats and barley had some domestic shipper trade, buying for eastern feeders, while all other commodities were steady in a quiet trade. Tuesday's volume was 000 bushels of flax, of rapesecd and of rye. MID-SESSION Flax: Oct. 1-li higher 2.41; Nov. IVi higher 2.41; Dec. higher 2.39; May higher 2.40. Rapedeed Vancouver: Sep. 3 higher 3.17; Nov. IFi higher 3.033iE: .Ian. 31i higher 2.97B; March 3 higher 2.81 VaB. Rapcseed Thunder Bay; Oct 2 higher 2.92A; Dee. higher 2.92'.jB; May 2 higher 2.S9A. Oals: Oct. unchanged 69A; Dec. unchanged 091 z; May un- chanigc-d 71A. Barley: Oct. u n c h a n ged 1.091-A; Dee. Vs higher l.OSVzA; May 'i higher l.OB'sA. Rye: Oct. unchanged 99TBB; NEW YORK (AP) _ Bar- Dec. higher gain-hunting in glamors helped changed 1.02 May un- ByGene Favvcelte NCW GET ATRIP AND A TREATMENT AT THE SAWE A SDECliL ELECTRIC -A3 BEEN CESiSNEDTO SiCX CC.IUOJ TO LCXi AUTO VCU DRIVE push the stock market broadly higher today. Trade was moder- ately active. Tlie noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial slocks was up 5.18 at 844.77. Advances outpaced declines by more than 2 to 1 on the New York Slock Exchange. Analysts said they considered the market oversold and that a technical correction probably was overdue. Prices included IBM up 3 to S28934; Polaroid up to Control Data, up to S51; Xerox, ahead 1 to S109: and Bausch and Lomb, up 3 at The Associated Press 60- stock average was up 1.2 to 303.2 at nocn. Maremont was up Texaco up i to S333s; General Electric ahead Ts at Eastern Air Lines up 3s lo S16: and Boise Cascade up Ts to 522'i. Among Canadians, Dome fell 2's to and Mclntyre was down a point to ?93. Interna- tional Nickel was up at S31 and Genstar Ltd. up Vi at fll'j. On the American Stock Ex- change, Brascan Ltd. added !'i at SIS. Jupiter was up 'H at S7'.i. Canadian Javelin was off Find Iead5 zinc VANCOUVER (CP) Ex- ploratory drilling on Little Cornwallis Island in the central high Arctic has located "sig- nificant" amounts of load and zinc. Cominco Ltd. announced Tuesday. Tlie firm said drilling on a a to j property in which Cominco has High IKPW Close Flax Oct 2-11'i 2-UR'i 34011 Nov 241 240'i: 241 Dec May 2-KHi Mil liapcsci'd Vancouver Sep 310 aiC'.i Nov 30a'.'s 301 303'H Jilll 295 Mar 292'i 2017s llaiicsecil Tliiinrirr Bay Oct 293V1 290'i Dec May 289 Oals Oct Dec M1.: May 71 IK Barley Oct Dec May Uye Ocl Dec May 109'i lOBli 109 102 99'i 97 1011s aw 283 'i 269'.l 89'.' 108lB W, M'l 101'i Coal output rises Hog prices per cent and Eankeno Mines Ltd. of Toronto has 2.S per cent followed several years of inter- mittent exploratory work. Assays on four holes drilled to varying depths up to 805 feet showed in one location at j least zinc content as liigh as 24.7 per cent and lead content as high as 7.2 per cent. The holes are 800 feet apart. Bob Ilcrnal, resident geolog- ist for the federal government at Yellowknife, N.W.T., said if preliminary investigations of the ore hotly bear up under fur- ther exploration it could be a "fantastic" fir.d. OTTAWA (CP) With mnjor increases recorded in Ihe far western provinces, coal produc- tion for all Canada rose to 9.7 million tons in the first half of 1071 from seven million Ions a year earlier, Statistics Canada reported Monday. Produclion in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick remained little changed at about 1.4 mil- lion tons, while production in Alberta and British Columbia rose by more than 50 per cent to 6.4 million tons from 4 1 mil- lion, The slalistics bureau said im- ports declined slightly this year to 6.5 million tons in the first half of 1971 from 7.5 million tons in the first half of 1970. June production for all Can- ada rose to 1.3 million tons from 1.2 million in June last year. Imports were up, lo 2.6 million tons in June, laii, from 2.2 mil- lion tons in June, 1970. Net TTotol IPI EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices Tuesday to 11 a.m. i provided by the 'Alberta hog COllapSC KlllS rkof incr 1-wfaivl producers marketing board: Edmonton: 21.05. Aver- age Monday 21.12. Red Deer. Average Monday 21.16. Calgary; 21.05. Average Mon- day 21.21. Lethbridge: No market. Av- erage Monday 21.28. Lloydminster: No market. Average Monday 21.58 Total hogs sold Monday j madena-Costa, 965, average 21.16. Malaga. MALAGA, Spain (AP) A terrace under construction at a hotel the south coast of Spain collapsed into the bar and lobby today, killing six persons and injuring several others. The terrace, on which a tennis court was being constructed, gave way at the 354-room Hotel Riviera, built in 1964 at Benal- 12 miles from Livestock market report earnings By THE CANADIAN I'HESS British Columbia Telephone Co., six months ended June 30: 1971, SI. S3 a share; 1970, 52.29. i Canada .Safe u' a y Lid., 24 weeks ended June 19: 1971, i 1970, Canadian Pacific Ltd., six months ended June 30; 1971. S33.3 million, S2.20 a share: 1970. million, S2.10. Greyhound Linos of Canada Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, -11 cents a share; 1970, 31 cents. Husky Oil Ltd., six months finded June 30: 1071. 1R cents a share; 14 cents. 1970, Lethbridge Livestock Supplied by Canada Department nf Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 190 cat- tle. Receipts mostly slaugWer cattle. Trade active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting good demand at steady prices. Gflod and choice butcher hei- fers meeting an improved de- mand prices strong to 25 high- er. All classes of cows selling readily at firm rates. Medium and good heavy feeder steers selling steady to local buyers. Choice steers 31.W) lo 31.80; good 30.25 to 31.25; medium 27.50 to 20.50. Choice heifers 27.50 to 2a; good to 27.25; medium 25 lo 26. Good cows 21.50 lo 22.50, me- dium 20.50 to 21.50; canncrs and cutters IS to 20.50. Good heavy feeder steers 30.50 to 32; mcdiunr 20 to 30. Dividends ny THE CANADIAN PRESS I'nnl Motor Co. ol Canada Ltd., 50 cents, .Sept. 15, record Aug. 20. M.inlc Leaf Mills Md.. 20 cents; 5'4 per both payable Oct. 1, record Sept. 15. National Drug nml Chemical to. nl Canada five cents; pfd., 15 ccnls; both payable Sept. 1, record Aug. 1C. RcvdKtokc Mmldinn Malcrlah Mil., six per cent pfd., 30 ccnls, Sept. 1, record Aug. 30. Steinberg's Ltd., class A, nine Good Teeder heifes 27 to 28.50. j cents, Sept. 2, record Aug. 12. Butcher bogs sold Tuesday f.o.b. Lethbridge 21.55 to 21.65 base price. Calgary livestock CLAGARY (CP) Moderate receipts to 11 a.m. of head were mostly good to choice slaughter steers and hei- fers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold steady and heifers were fully steady with a few higli-yiclding heifers selling to 211.90. Cows wore steady with sales to 23.50. Bulls steady. Choice steers 31.75 to 32.20, good 30.50 lo 31 50, medium 28.75 to 30.25, Choice heifers 75 to 211.30, good 20.75 In 27.50, medium 25.50 to 26.50. Good cows 22 lo 23, medium 21 to 22, canners and cutters 19 lo 21. Goorf bulls 25.50 to 27.50. Replacement caltle were mainly fleshy, short-keep year- ling steers weighing 750 pounds I and up and selling at steady prices. There were insufficicnl slock or slaughter calves nn offer lo establish quotations. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 31 (o 32.50, good feeder hei- fers 575 pounds hp 27.50 to 30.25. Hogs base price 22.10. Lambs Seeks asylum BRUSSELS (Renter) Pol- ish journalist .1 n (I aul.hor An- drcszj Brychd has asked for po- litical asylum in Belgium. sold steady Tuesday with mix- ed lots of good and choice lambs at 25. Buck lambs dis- counted a hundredweight. HEADED DEFENCE AGENCY N1SHKOM1YA, Japan (AP) Eikiclii Kambayashiyama, a former director-general of Ja- pan's self defence agency, died in hospital Tuesday. He was 67 and headed the defence agency for five months in 1966. Doctors attributed his death to heart trouble. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherly, Kacdhmise and McCuaig) LAST DID OK SALE a.m. Quoleii a.m. WESTERN OILS Husky Oil T7.2S Corp Invosl S F 533 ninex 5.fi5 Husky Oil B 42.75 Dreyfus F U.S. 11.68 13.BO Asnmcra Ashland BP Oil Gas Cm South Crln Fx Gas Cdn Homcsld Cdn Home Pfd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Cen Del Rio Cdarter Chieflan Dorrn Pele Dynamic Pete Gr Plains Lcchlel Mid Clly New Cnnt North Cdn Oil Numoc Pormo Prlrol Pinnacle Rain 17.62' 7.00 6.00 A 00 100.00 Ka Prov Pipe Sleel Pipo Occidcnlal l Res Lake Dulaull 2 l_ Ont Perl Ccm MGF Manage Mcnlor '2 Ncwcanex Pacific Pcle Rank Org Sclk Hold Shell Can Shell Inv Pfd SheM inv WIs Sicks Rainier 1 eledyne WRSI Cdn Seed While Yukon CALGARY Acroll .71 S75 ..19 "3 lO2Va 2 55 2.00 .92 5 50 37.62V a 19.75 M.B7VI 35.10 15.7S 2.75 .1.30 3.00 1D.74 11.76 5.23 5.72 5.65 Group Inc S Invest G F invesl Mul MuJ Return Mul G F Nal Res N. W. Rnance H. W. Growlh Grow Roylund Temple Grow 79.49 Unilcu Accum A.65 5.11 Universal Sau 7.19 7.90 VANCOUVER Anuk .21 Arclic Mining .10 All'-r rxplora Norse il.OB 5.37 7.2] 7 d.BS 5.03 5.5S J.OB 5.47 5.69 Qros 1.31 13 25 19 5n 1.02 7.E5 4.90 s Oil North Cont Madison Total Petrol W. Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Anra Ind 9.00 Atco Ind 8.12' Anuatainc Nlld .07 .03 .2.1 .34'. 'i PIPE LINE STOCKS Alia Gils TLA .IJ.75 Alia Gas. T L Pfd 73.50 Alia Nat Gas 2Z.25 Cdn W Nal Gas 17.50 26.75 Cdn Cdn Drew R Crtn Hydro Car Cdn Pacific Inv CPR Pfd Crowsnesl Ind fygnus A Cygnus B Cumm Prop Gt Cdn Oil Gt Cdn Oil 6-75 Horn- A Home B Home Pllfld HL'd Bay Cn Hud Day Oil Hurt Bay Oil Pfd Hugh Russell .TC 00 35.50 15.00 23.00 10 07! 21.75 550 5.75 12.00 5.05 100.00 33 25 33.00 18 00 ,15.50 12.25 15.37V2 1J HO 29.75 5.75 67.00 _ 3.125 Cdn P P'd -Jl.25 Inland Nat N and C Pac Gas Trans N and C Pfd RBI Metro Giii Mclrn Pfd Trans Blr Di B.i B.C. Pfd Captain Internal Churchill Copoer Columbia Cell Coronalion Credll Creslbrosk F Ind Croyden Dally Varden Dynasiy Fort Reliance Giant Mascol Granlsle Growers 16.t2V 3.75 5.30 11.00 2.90 Trans Cdn P A 6-1.00 Trans P Cdn War 11.37Vi Wcslcoast Trans 35.E7lj West Pac 5 37V z MUTUAL FUNDS AG.F. Special 2.79 All Cdn Com 7.73 B.'tS All Cdn Divld 8.75 B.96 All Cdn Vent American G F 5.47 6.01 Cdn Invest F -U9 J.92 Collect Mut 6.0J 6.63 Common Inter 13.37 1-1.6.1 2 Common Lev 3 (f> 3 BO Corp Invest 5.31 5.HO Key Indusr Hys 2 JU Inlerior Brew International Mar JJ Kamloops Cop 09 Lornox 7.BO Lyllon Minerals. 1.73 New Imp Mines b2 Okanagan Helicop 5.25 Plains Pole .19 Primer .10 Pyramid ..ID Silver Standard 1.35 Stampede Inl'l Res .E5 Texmonl Trojan Wesl Mines WeslcoBsl Res W-icI Explora Utica 305 .28 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE 5.10 1.93 21.75 2.10 1.25 E25 1.75 .16 .37 S.95 1.15 2J.50 a m. Ouoles) MINES Acme .11 Advptale Asb. 2.M Dlack Bay .06 Bralornc 2.0C Droulan .25 Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassior Cenlral Pat- Chimo Convycsl Cnns. Rambler Cochenour Dickenson Mines Dorr Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Dona Ida Discovery Mines East Malartlc Eaol Sullivan Falcon bridge Frotex First Mnrilimes Giant Y.K. Bovis Grandut Headway R.L. Hnllinqcr Hudson Bay M-5 Hydra Ex. Iron Bay ho Jnliel Quebec Kcrr Addison Koy Anacon Lake Shnre Lnnciis Silver R.L. Malartic G F. Mar l in McNeely Alaclnlyre Mr-in Midrirtl Intern Morful Hew Alhcna New Calume! New Imperial Noranda e.m. Quints) a.m. Quoleil 72 12 "a .09 ,PO 1.05 3.00 91 00 .2-1 6.75 1.95 5..IO B 00 38.09 22.25 .24 Northgale Opemiska Osisko Palino Pine Pglnt Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Shernll Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmonl Upper Canada Western Mines Wrighl Hargrea Willroy Windfall Yellowknlfe Beai Zenmac 6 AS .35 1050 .28 29.00 3.1 00 15.50 6.00 15.25 2.17 305 US INDUSTRIALS f.7 C DO B9.50 Abilibi Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B C. Tel Burns B C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron CrBdit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indus- Canada S Cdn Marccnl Cdn Vickcrs 1 CPR Coni Bath fsrs Gas Dist Sea Dom Bridge 1.135 20.00 19.50 d 50 7.00 5.15 3 55 50 11.37'7 32.00 295 9.fi7V2 62.5S 62.25 33.50 8 50 50 35 22.75 Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pele Dofasco CAD Fd if Amer Gl Cdn Oil Gen Motors GI Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Int Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Go A Int Ulililies Influst Accept Laurentidu Kelly Doug A Lteb LoWaw A Massey Fera McMillan Bloe j Moore Corp Molsons A North, Cent i Power Corp Rothmans St Law Corp Shell CDA Simpsons Simp Sears Sleel nf Can Texaco Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versalile Mfg Weslcoi Union Car Weslon's B Woodward's A West Cdn 5d Zenith Eicc BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Tor-Dom 12.75 17.00 13.00 107 00 2-1.25 13.00 6000 5.00 7575 15.75 25.00 1-1.50 2.50 31.50 3 A. 13 V 27.12'-' 19.75 27.75 7.50 37.50 IB. 25 E.OO 525 3. 95 5.75 25 10.62V: 71.75 35.50 17.75 15.25 1.00 10.00 17 00 35.50 20.25 !rf50 25.12'i 33.75 31.25 15 37 46.50 3.90 13.00 17.50 17 25 2J.OO 4.50 1.75 .S.B7V3 2625 26.75 J5.12V: New York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Beth sieel Chryilcr Harvesl Copper gom Ward Sid 0 of N. J. 31.75 Texas Gull 35 Texas Co. 61.75 Wicks Corp Woolworlh 76.00 .Wesiinq house F_l 30 00 U.S. Slpel TORONTO AVERAGES 20 Indus! up 8J 86.00 30 Golds 1B9.I3 off B 15 1J West 0 22729 up .73 33.50 Volume YORK AVERAGES P9 H7' i 30 Indus! E45.14 up 5.55 20 Rails 206.59 up 1.5-1 112.60 up 27.421; s7 Volume Gas transmission rates increased CALGARY (CP) Alberta Natural Gas Co. Thursday an- nounced an increase in its transmission rates to pel' cent from eight per cent ef- fective Oct. 1. Changes in the companv's gas transportation contract were made following a meet- ing with Alberta and Southern Gas Co. Ltd., and West-Coast Transmission Co. Ltd. Alberta Natural is a transmission com- pany which cairics ga.s fi'om the companies for delivery to utility companies outside Al- berta. The Increase in the rale of return will result in added re vi'.mie of about an- nually, Alberta Natural said in a news release. "The rate of return adjust- ment was necessary to offset the higher inlerest costs ex- perienced in recent long-term borrowings for pipeline expan- sion, and to maintain a reason- able earnings level on the equity investment of the com- pany. Alberta Natural also agreed Foreign TV sales cut into market OTTAWA (CP) Imports ol (elcvision sets from Japan and Taiwan have cut deeply into Canadian producers' markets, damaging prices and profit and endangering employment Canadian TV manufacturers say. The views were contained in a brief submitted lo the federal anti-dumping tribunal by the Electronic Industries Associa- tion of Canada, representing major Canadian television manufacturers. It asked the tribunal for a ruling lhaf dump- ing of foreign sets on the Cana- dian market has in fact caused damage to the Canadian indus- try. The revenue department ruled earlier this year that Ja- panese and Nationalist Chinese TV sets have been sold in Can- ada at prices below fair mar- ket prices in the country of or- igin. The Iribunal now must rule on wlielher or not (his dumpily has caused material damage to the Canadian electronics in- dustry. Higher ra'.es of duly can be applied to the dumped goods if damage is proven. "Virtually the entire growth of the Canadian market for tel- evision sets over the past four years a growth amounting to some 30 per cent has been appropriated by the Japanese and Taiwanese manufactur- ers." the brief said. Their sales in Canada in creased four-fold in this period, while Canadian manufacturers' sales increased by half of one per cent with its shippers that effecdTe Oct. 1 a change will be made in the method of calculating de- preciation charges, which will increase cash flow. Deprecia- tion charges will !vj increased about a year. er wants MAJOR EMPLOYER Farming in the United Stales employs as many people as the transportations, steel and auto industries combined. mNNIPEG (CP) Proper management of the economy, such as wage and price con- trols in areas where there is no real competition, could re- turn Canada to prosperity and reverse the cycle of unemploy- ment, former federal cabinet minislcr Paul Ilellyer said Tuesday. Speaking on the first leg of a cross-C.nnada tour lo promote the Action Canada pob'tical movement, Mr. Hellyer told about 250 persons nl a meeting in a Winnipeg hotel the present elTeds of the federal govern- ment's "economic insanity" would first have lo be reversed. Mr. Hellyer said his main aim is to return Canada to full employment and stable prices. This corfd be done by cut- ling taxes further to provide a buoyant economy, he said. As well, he would use the mon- etary mechanism of the central bank and the banking system to expand the money supply and lower interest rates. These moves would solve tho basic problem of stagnation, in- flation and unemployment, and would eliminate the high cost of welfare, he said. A revitalized economy would help solve other problems such as poor housing, slums, pollu- tion and ecological damage, he said. Tlie present economic crisis, which forces young parents to live in apartments, "is the de- nial of the freedom of a whole generation." Mr. Hellyer, the member for Toronto Trinity, said he is still a Liberal but that lie had form- ed the movement so Ihe aver- age person would bave an op- portunity to join a group where opinions and ideas were re- spected. "This political movement was km out of the realization that half of the population doesn't think there is any party adequate to govern." Mr. JJellycr is scheduled to leave Winnipeg today for Re- gina. He will visit several Ca- nadian cities before returning to O'lawa at the end of the month. Identify victim EDMONTON (CP) Fahd Najemeddinc. 15. of Edmonton was identified Tuesday by city police as the youth who drown- ed Sunday while swimming in a water filled gravel pit near his home. Youths garbage 0 T TA VVA (CP) Police swifMy dcrfii-scd an early-morn- ing ronfronlaLion b c L w c e n IncUcd-out union garbage; collcc- lors and non-union garbngc [ruck drivers of Ottawa Dis- posal Ltd. Mramvhile, about 50 youlbs wnilcd in n downtown park for jobs at S3.2fl an hour loading garbage on (he Inicki. The company's last offer to HIP union was Tor drivers and Tor loaders. The. mm ;.ro mnnhcrs of f.hc Canaclinn Union of Public Em- ployees. When the workers refused the JnsL company offer Friday, tlicy locked out. ERUPTION IN IRELAND Rioling, shooling and looting have spread across northern Ireland in the wake of a crack-down on hard-line republican terrorists. Tho dnath Toll rises in Iho violence in capital of Bnlfasf onrl I ho key provincial ccnlrcs of Londonderry, Gaol island, Armagh and Nowry. BUYRITE'S SUMMER BIG SAVINGS-JUST IN TIME FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL Dome Petroleum splils sluires CM.CARV (CP) Dome Pot.roloum Lid. shareholders have approved by 99 per cont a .slock split of Llic company's sh.-iros on a 3-for-i basis. The split hccomos effective AUIT. 111. At a meeting, president J. P. Gallagher fold slinrclioldsrs NIC company's first-half report for HI7I shows earnings and cash flou' increased more than 20 per tent from the previous pe- riod, ONE TABLE VAN HEUSEN AND STANFIELDS PEP SHIRTS AND KNIT SHIRTS Long or shorh sleeves. Assorted colors. Incomplete size range. Reg. lo 4.95 Your Choice, while they Insl W W MEN'S Co-Ordinates Broken size range. Assorted colors. REG. 69.50 NOW PRICE GWG Cowboy Kings Casual Slccki Riders Ko.alron Slacks Corduroy Denims cind Slriped fabri( Incomplete size range, REG. TO WHILE THEY LAST, NOW B' y2 MEN'S SUITS Broken lines. Single breasted. Sizes 36 lo 40 only. REG TO 99.50 NOW PRICE BALANCE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK 20% OFF AIL ALTERATIONS EXTRA PIEASE BUYRITE MEN'S WEAR 318 Slh Strocl S. ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ;