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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, AUHUI! 19, 1971 THE lETHBRIDGE HWAID 23 Market continues on lower trend TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market con- tinued to drift lower for the fifth consecutive session in moderate mid-morning trading today. On index industrials were down .95 to 173.47 and western oils 25 lo 23138 Golds climbed 1.77 to ino.41 and base metals 51 to 88.24. Volume ay II am. was shares, up "from at the same time Wednesday. Weakest sectors were bever- ages, general manufacturing, oil refining and steel issues. Declines out numlrered ad- vances 141 to 84, wilh 157 issues unchanged. General Motors lost Hi to CP lid. 1 to 63, Interna- tional Utilities '.a to Impe- rial Oil to S28-VB, Shcrntt to ?14 and Pan Ocean too Falconbridge was down Vz to Canadian Tire A Vi to S35, Patino It too Slelco lo and Inco lo W e s t c o a s t Transmission Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Itoadhouse and McOiaig) LAST DID OR SALE a.m. QuoleSj WESTERN OILS a.m. Duotell By Gene Fawcelle A "TOW TRUCK" IN Y3UR TRUNK Z AN APT DESCRIPTION OFA HEW PORTABLE DEVICE THAT VILL PULL CUT ANY CW STUCK TWO SMALLWINCH-TYFE CRUMS, QUICKLY ATTACHED TOTHE REAR MMEELS BCLLUPA HIGH-TEST UNEWHENTIEDTOATREEOR OTHER SUITABLE ANCHCRi6E... "I SPIN, CAK DMWft UP4HO OUTOfWfMOlf Is the Profile of Protection ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE Complete? gained lo Bethlehem 1% to National Pete 10 cents lo ?3.30 and General Dis- tributors ot I'lltCES DOWN MONTREAL (CP) Prices ere down in all sectors in light orning trading on the Monl- jal stock market today. Combined volume on the ontreal and Canadian stock xchanges at 11 a.m. was 290 200 shares, compared with at the same time 'ednesday. On index, the composite fell 2 to 177.95, industrials .90 lo 80.14, utilities .41 lo 151.42, anks .06 lo 207.76 and papers 32 lo 78.64. Among losses. CP Ltd. rapped SI to International JtiliLies to Simpsons ears to ?25V4, Koffler Stores a to and Canada Steam- lup Lines to Highlighting gains, Trans- Canada PipeLines rose to 64'i Wesl Coast Transmission to' and MASCO Lid. Vi On tlic Canadian Stock Ex- change Labrador Mining and ;xploration fell S3V4 to on a volume of 200 shares and Wa- jasso Ltd. dropped 52% to on 100 shares. U.IA OFF NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices were modestly ower today after reducing an earlier loss. The Dow Jones average at noon was off 2.85 at 883.32. Ear- T it had been down nearly 6 points. Dome Mines added 1U to and Distillers Seagrams added to Canadian Pa- cifi- lost to Granby Mining was off to VB and Inco lost to On the American Stock M- change, Scurry Rainbow picked up Vi to and Canadian Javelin was off lo Surcharge Almlne- Alia Easl GBS Asamera Ashland Oil B. P. ON. Gas Cdn Southern Cdn Export Gas frin Home. Cdn Home Pfd Cdn Indus. Gas con Long Is. Cdn 5-JfjeriDr Del Rio Charter Chleltan Dome Pete Dynamic Pele Great Plains Lochlel Explor Mill Clly New Conl. Norlh Cdn Oil Numac Permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain. Spooner Tolal Petrol Wesl. Decalla 6 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 5 M 5.10 12 50 7 00 5.50 3.90 19. 6Th 3t.iO 3-1 1.20 1.57 .66 6.60 Husky ON Husky Oil B Husky OH War Inter. Prov. Inler. Sleel Cdn Occldenlal Joulcl Kaiser Kam Kotla L. Dufault L. Ont. Port MGF Manage. Menlor Newconex Paclllc Pele Rank organ. Selkirk Hold. shell Cdn. Shell Inv. Ptd Shell Inv. WIS. sicks Rainier Teledyne Wesl Cdn Seed 17.IJViCorp lives) SF 3.07 S M Drcytus f U.S. II.3! 13 SO 7.30 Growlh Eqully S.3B 7.01 1321 Group Inc S 3.SO 3.15 6.75 Invest G F Invest AAut .75 Mut Accum 525 Mutual G F- Mal Re 1062 11.94 5.31 5BQ 5.09 5.93 5.12 5.63 7.20 7.67 14.50 2 40 1.90 Acroll Baron! Oil North Conl. Madls.cn 1.61 Agra Indus. Alco Ind. Aqualalne Brit Ntld Corp Cdn. Brew A. Cdn Brew B Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Pflc. Inv. CPR Pld. Crowsnest Ind. Cyqnus A Cygnus B Cum. Prop, Gt Oil Sa.nds Gt. Cdn Oil 6-75 Home ON A Home Oil B Home, Pilfld. Hudson Bay Co Hudson Bay Oil ?-00 B.12V3 27.62Va 5 30.00 35.SO 1S.12V3 Alia Nal G Cdn Wesl N G Inland Nal G N and C pac G Trans N and C Pld Ga7 Metro Gaz Metro Pld Trans Cdn P Trans Cdn P Pfd Mfll H.C3 N. W. Flnanct -1.50 4.95 rJ W. Grow 5.43 5.97 principal Grow 4.2! 4.H Rovfund 5.53 5'.55 T.mple Grow 1S.O 27 79 3XB7V, United.Accum 4M 5.M 31 15Vi Universal Sav 7.18 7.E9 liiiavJ VANCOUVER 3725 Anuk Arctic Mining 17 M Atlas Explora 75 Bathursl Mines Bclh Copper 4.55 Block Bros 11 50 Brenda RY B C. Sugar 61 B.C. Sugar Pfd Caplaln Internet 03 Churchill Copper 24 Columbia Cell 34 Coronal Credit STOCKS crestbrook F Ind A Croyden (d 73.50 Dolly Varden 23.12V3 Dynasly 17.00 Fort RcllancG 13.75 Gianl Muscol 15 Graniile 13.00 Growers B 30.35 Key Intluslrles Hys S6.75 Inlerlor Brew 34.37V2 Inlcrnallonfll Mar 41.50 Karnloops Copper .19 .az 1 OQ IB.00 335 6.00 19.50 15.75 7.37 Vi .85 355 1 00 4.EO .22 JO 7.25 11.25 2.75 25 ?.2S 5.37Vj 13.00 5.00 100.00 MUTUAL FUNDS' Plains Pele A G F Special 2.9-1 Primer All Cdn Com 8.36 9.03 Pyramid A Cdn DMd 9.35 1032 Silver Standard A Cdn Venl 3.68 4.G2 Slampede Inl'l Res .Bu American G F J.S1 Texmonl -g .Bl 5.25 .11 .09 .2i 1.25 Toronto mines., industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada 706-3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-2793 a.m. Quotii) MINES Acme -2l Advocate Asb. 1." Akailcho Area Wines -3' Black Bay .W Bralorne 2'0! Broulan Bethlehem 171. Brunswick Canada Tung. l.J. Cassiar 20.51 Cenlral Pal. Chlmo l-': ConwBBl Cons- Rambler l.t: Coin Lake -1 Cochcnour -3 Craigmont B.E Dickenson Mines 1.1 Dcnlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Dona I da Discovery Mines East East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Marilimes Gianl Y.K. LAST BID OR SALE a.m. a.m. Quoin) Norlhgate Norlex Opemlska Osisko Pallno Pine Polnl Placer Dev. P C. Exp. 'i Quebec Man Rayrock Radrore Rio Algom Roman Corp. SnerrIM Gordon Silver Miller Sleep Rock Tek Corp. moni 19-25 26.50 27.75 .Bl .15 LIB .25 15.25 6.00 15.00 .06 2.15 5.85 2" 02 3.00 hits exports of lumber EDMONTON (CP) The 10- per-ccni, surcharge on Canadian exports to the United SUtes could cost the Alberta lumber industry more than 51 million, N J. Mclntyre, president of the Alberta Forest Products As- sociation, said today. Mr "Mclntyre said Alberta produced 275 million board feet of lumber last year for export lo the U.S. and only 210 million board feet for Canadian con- sumption. AlberU lumber producers will represented by the British Columbia Wood Prod- uct Association when a Cana- dian delegation goes to Wash- ington Thursday to seek special concessions for Canadian prod- The surcharge was announced Sunday by President Nixon. Jovis Granduc Headway R.L. Hollmger Hudson Boy MS Hydra Ex. Iron Bay ISO Quebsc Kcrr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver .10 Mfidsen R.L. .B9 .06 .58 6A.OO .03 .90 .99 3.00 92.37Vj .25 1.00 9.00 1.95 5.60 e.oo 37.00 3.05 1.35 Dome Pete Dofasco CAD Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pop Gulf Oil Cdfl Greyhound Hawher Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob In' Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Ulililies Indusl Accopl Laurentile Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Metro Stores 6.87'A Moore Corp 19.00 Molsons A 13.75 Molscns B P. 00 North, Cent 6.37V3 Powsr Corp 45.75 Price Co IB 12Va Rolhmsn 63 50 12.50 19.25 19.50 51 Corp Shell CDA .30 36.50 293 Malartic G.F. Merlin McNeely Maclnlyre Met a Midrim Inlcrn Mogul Nu Wesf Home New Aihona New Calumet New imperial Noranda 600 B5.00 .13 .35 9.75 fi.25 Uppe Western Mines Wright Hargreaves 1.30 Willroy -85 Windfall YcMowknife Bear (55 u Zenmac Masscy Fer INDUSTRIALS McMillan 11 hi Alcnn A'goma Sleel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B C, Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulose Cal' Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indust Canada S S Cdn Mnrconl Cdn Vlckers Chrylser CPR Comlnco Cons Bath Cons GBS Disl Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dom TMlllt Dom Stores Simp Sears of Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mln Pp Trans Cen Pp Uninn Gas Union Oil versallle Mfg Wesl eel Union Car Weslon's B Oj iJ Woodward's A 22.12'A Wesl Cdn 5d 650 Zenllh Elec 20.00 BANKS 53 12Vi Can Imperial Monlrcal Nova Scotia 17.75 Royal 13.25 Tor-Dom 5.00 3.55 26.00 1.00 11.50 12.75 31.75 2.75 9.50 30.50 6325 36.50 13.00 6750 5 00 82.50 15.25 25.25 14.63'A 7.55 21.62V3 24.75 2B.B7Va 19 31 B7V3 2B.25 7.50 39 00 j 5.l2Vi 3.90 5.87 to 4200 10.62 to 35.00 IE 00 17.35 490 7.75 10.37V 19.00 37 12V 20.25 25.00 21.75 15.12'. 3100 1337', 2-1.12' 3J.EO 15.35 J7.00 3.'5 1! 03 17.25 17.37' 33.50 .1.50 1.75 Chrysler holds prices WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) Chrysler Canada Ltd. will main- tain the manufacturers' sug- gested retail prices on the com- pany's 1972 cars at the 1971 eve'] for comparably-equjped vehicles for an "indefinite pe- company president Ron W. Todgham said Wednesday. The Chrysler statement fol- lowed announcements by Gen- eral Motors of Canada Ltd. and Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. that previously announced 1972 prices would be rolled back to the 1971 level. Both companies were following the lead of U.S. corporations complying with U.s' President Richard Nixon's new freeze on price increases. Chrysler had made no pre- ious announcement about 1972 prices. The General Motors in- creases, announced Aug. 15, av- eraged or 3.C per cent over 1971 prices before they were re- scinded. Ford said dealers will accept orders for 1972 cars at 1971 lev- els "until the present situation has been clarified." Ford had announced increases averaging 49 per cent on new models. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of On offer lo a.m. 150 cat- tle. Receipts mostly butcher steers. Trade active. Good and choice hntrhnr steers meeting a good demand at steady to slightly stronger prices, with odd sales lo 32. Good and choice butcher heifers meeting a good demand at steady rates. The few cows on offer sold steady. The few gtffld heavy feeder steers on offer sold steady. Choice steers: 31 to 31.80; 29.75 to 31; medium to 29.50. Choice heifers: 27 to 27.50; good 2G.50 to 27.50. Good cows: 22 Lo 22.90; med- ium 20 to 22. Bulls: 24 to 24.80. Good heavy feeder steers (over 850 pounds) 31 to 32. Butcher hogs sold Wednesday FOB Lethljridgo 22.85 base price. ____ New York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T end T Anaconda Belh Steel Chrysler Comsat Duoont Gen Molors Gulf KnonnHacopp'er Monlgom W rt.HVi Sears IB CD Sid 0 of N- J. 24.50 Texas Gulf 31.12Va Texas Co. 63.75 Wickes Corp 159.00 Woolworth 82.67Vj Wcstinqhousc El U.S. Sleel 9012V'j20 Golds 181.i4 up 3.00 70 13la 10 Base M GB.16 up Hi.oo 15 wcsr o 23-1.19 off 81 Volume YORK AVERAGE 30 Indusl 852.-U ofT 3.72 30 62Vi 20 Rails 228.15 up 1.13 ,B no 15 Ulllit 113.72 up 03 30371 a TORONTO AVERAGES 65 300.74 off .21 20 Indust 173.66 olf .76 Volume Hog farmers will be hurt by U.S. duties increase BUSINESS WANTED OR PARTNERSHIP by CANADIAN STOCK EXCHANGE LISTED COMPANY Head Offica CALGARY, ALBERTA Melal fabrication or distributorship companies lhal re- quire additional capital and expertise. Chief execulive officer will be in tethbridge soon. Reply Box 2, The Lethbridge Herald LADIES! LADIES! An exciting career awaits you as o Medical Receptionist learn how you may become n medical receptionist through PROFESSIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE HOME STUDY PROGRAM Write loday, giving phone number Id: PROFESIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE Box 149, Lethbridge Herald OTTAWA (CP) Canadian hog farmers will be among those most seriously hurt by a recent boost in import duties by the United States, Ihe Canadian Federation of Agriculture said Thursday. Federation President Charles Munro said Canadian hog pro- Toyota Travel Announcement COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST flUltDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 ducers, "already suitcring [ron disastrously low had all hopes [or price improv ments dashed by the new U.. policy. "It doesn't make any sen; [or the US'. lo disrupt trad tional trade flows in Canadi farm be said in stalement. The federation has asked th government for a S5 a hog pa ment (o farmers for hogs ma keted this year as compcnsalio [or low prices. Hog prices have averaged about a hundredweight in 1971, S2 less than farmers were receiving in the stalcmenl said. 'In Iho meanlimo farm cosks have gone up more than 30 per cent." CON BARRETT OFFER HOPE Leukemia ami some [onus of cancer can he conlrollcd or cured in Ihc next 10 years, [our researchers recently told a Mel- bourne, Australia, medical con- ference. WINNIPEG (CP) eed posted losses as much as iree cents on small exporter uying at mid-session on the Vinnipeg Grain Exchange to- ay Interest in that commod- ty was small because of wide- iread uncertainty in the money market. All other commodities except ye quiet. Rye had good exporter buy- ing on a scale-down pnce pat- Wednesday's volume of trade bushels of flax, of rapeseed and f rj'e- Mid-session prices: Flax- Oct. unchanged 2.39B; lower Dec. ower 2.365iB; May 3A low 2.45VJA. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep. aU lower 3.10-.1A; Nov. 2'.4 ower Jan. 2Vz lower March lower Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct 2'A lower Dec. 2U lower 2.76'iB; May Va. lower 2.82ViB. Oak" Oct. unchanged 69V4A; Dec. not open; May unchanged 71A B'arley: Oct. V. higher 109'v Dec. unchanged 108V2A; May Vi higher 'Rye- Oct 'A lower WA; Dec. unchanged May Vi low- er High Low Close FlaX ooo.t Oct 239'i Nov 239'i 239 239 Dec 236'i 235V4 235lj May 4 Hancsccd Vancouver Sop 311 M9 Nov 299'i 296 29614 Jan 200V1 291 Mar 2M 285 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 286 282 282% Dec "6 May 2W'l 232 283 Oct' Cg'i 69 69Vi Dec 69'i, 69 69 May 70'.4 TOVz Barley Oct 109T4 109V4 109V1 Dec _ 10814 May 1075i lOi's Itye Oct' 98-14 96 97 Dec 97? k 96si May ITOi 99% 99% Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Avef- prices to 11 a.m. today provided by Uie Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 2310. Average Wednesday Z2'73' Ded Deer: 23.10, Average Wednesday 22.71. Calgary- 22.60. Average Wed- nesday 22.Rfi. Lethhiidgc no sales. Average Wednesday 22.H5. Lloydminster: No sales. No sales Wednesday. Tolal hogs sold Tolal sok, Wednesday Average 22.76. Sows average 13.00. Canadian tourists advised TORONTO (CP) Canadians travelling abroad will likely find it advisable to take with them currency of the country they plan to visit. Unsettled economic conditions have affected currency values and bankers say official ex- change rates are not reliable guides. They recommend that tourisls check before leaving on potential difficulties with chang- ing to various currencies Tli e pound sterling and the German mark probably are the most widely accepted curren- cies, foreign exchange experts say. In most European countries, travellers would have few prob- lems with sterling, marks or Swissfrancs Sterling could be exchanged in many Asian coun- tries, in Australia and New Zea- land and in Caribbean coun- tries. Sterling or the French franc likely would be easily converts ble in most African countries depending on whether the coun try was once in the British o French sphere of colonial influ ence. Currency experts say tourist may have problems with foreig currency exchange in Centra and South America and travel lers are advised to take loca currency with them. Calgary livestock i on offer to 11 am., about head; mostly mixed grades and classes of slaughter cattle. Trade was active with a good local and eastern demand. Slaughter steers were steady; heifers steady lo strong; cows 25 to 50 cents lower with sales to 22 50; bulls were lower. Choice slaughter steers 31.50 to 32.10, good 30.50 to 31.50, me- dium 28.50 to 30.25. Choice hei- fers 28 to 28.60, good 26.75 to 1775, medium 25.50 to 26.50. Good cows 21.25 to 22.10, me- dium 20 to 21, canners and cut- ters 17.50 to 20. Good bulls 24 to 26...................... Replacement rattle w ere ir.otly fleshy, short-keep steers and heifers selling at steady prices. Insufficient slock or slaughler calves to establish a market. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 31 to 33.50. Good feeder heifers more than 600 pounds 27 to 20. Hogs base price 22.60. Lambs were steady Wednes- day with bucks being discount- d S2 a hundredweight. Good amhs 25. Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On offer t the Fort Macleod Auction Market this week werts 778 hewJ of cactle. There was active trade on ill classes. The 424 s'jughter animals sold well. Choice steers 31.70 to S2.00; choice heifers 28.00 to 28.40; good heifers 27.70 to 27.75. Good cows 22.50 to 23.40; medium cows 21.00 to 22.23; canners and cutters 18.00 to 20.75. Good bulls 24.20 to 25.20; medium bulls 22.20 to 23.00. The 352 slocker and feeders included good grained short keep steers 30.00 to 31.00 with two loads of good grass two- year-old steers at 32.80. Yearling grass steers 34.50 lo 35.50; light weights 36.00 to 37.20; good feeders heifers 26.00 to 211.00; good stacker heif- ers 30.00; medium cow-calf pairs to 325.00. Trimk line earnings higher CALGARY (CP) Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd., in- creased net income to or 25 a share during the first half of 1971. In the six months ended June 30, the company earned or 51.21 a share. Both earnings were calcu- lated afler payment of more than fl million in preferred- share dividends. The company said lo the end of June, it has spent about 11 million of the ?75 million ex- pansion-program budget. Most of the remaining funds are lo be spent on conversion to gas transmission of a crude oil line purchased from Peace River Oil Pipeline Co. Ltd., to ship gas from the northwest corner of Uie province. ftrms told pull up your socks' LONDON (CP) A DriUsh trade commissioner stationed in Canada tells business firms icre to pull up their socks if .hey want to sell in the compeli- ive Canadian market. B. L. Straehan, deputy senior trade commissioner in Toronto, writes in the trade and industry department's magazine: "Without continued and ag- gressive selling, (the buyer) is unlikely to take you seriously as a supplier. Nor, if you offer goods on a take-il-or-leave-it basis, will he have confidence in your willingness or ability to back up your product with good deliveries and service. In short, the buyer wants his supplier to communicate. "Our American competitors understand this very well- Many British companies apparently do not. "All too often the Canadian buyer wants to pick up the phone, place liis order and ge it, if not yesterday, at least within a few days. "In contrast, to judge from cases which come to our atten tion, British exporters some- limes take weeks to answer let lers and the reply, when i comes, is traditionally curt and impersonal." Copper firm makes major ore discovery VANCOUVER (CP) Beth- lehem Copper Corp. Ltd. an- nounced Wednesday a major ore discovery on its highland valley property in the British Columbia southern interior. President Patrick M, Rey- nolds said in a special report to shareholders that "it is too early to estimate inferred ton- nage but indications are that the deposit will be of substan- tial proportion." The find is about two miles oufhweast of the company's lighland valley plant which in he three months prior to May 1 was operating at an average ate of tons daily. One of two preliminary test holes stopped at feet in 'ore grading at 0.72 per cent opper and 0.04 per cent molyb- the statement said. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES APPOINTMENT Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S'. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds up 5-32 to S1.01 3-32. Pound ster- ling up I7s cents to ?2.48 11-16. NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar down >i at 9fl 29-32 in lerms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 4 at Company fined for false ad EDMONTON' (CP) A. C Lindgrin Markeling and Ad verlising Lid. of Edmonton was fined S800 and Alvin Cecil Lrnd 5rin of Calgary and Berber Barry Hyman of Edmonton, the company's directors, were eacl fined for imsleading ad verlising. The charges were laid afte' RCMP investigated complaints that newspaper advertisements promising a five-pound weigh loss overnight were misleading W.fiit 4 GREG FORSYTH Schwartz Agencies Lid. ara pleased lo announce ihe appolnl- ,.ient of Greg Forsylh to their Real Sales staff. Greg has resided in Lelhbrldge ,or over 15 years, having at- tended public schools ond tha Communily College here and also spent 2 years at Indiana Slate Universiiy in U.S.A. He has been in (he real estate Field for seven months ond wel- comes his many friends and acquaintances lo discuss iheir real eslale require men Is with him. Phone Greg at 328-3331 or Res. 327-0872. College Mall LETHBRIDGE I'ocessinq an i licet 1003 4th Avenue S., Lelhbridge Telephone 328-4426 ervices Ici Inglo, Fred Slory ond Pclo Alexander would likn lo wclcomn Con Barrel! to llio Toyolo Sales Team. Con has hod over 25 years experience in tlio aulomoiivo field; and is well qualified to look oltor all your needs. COM all his 'friends and acquaintances lo drop oul and view Hie qront lino of Toy- oln oulomobilos, Skylark comp- ors and trailers, Empresi molor- homes and Rilzcrafl mobile hornet. CANMORE MINES LIMITED hnvc vacancies for FIREBOSSES ol Iheir underground coal mining operation. Annliconls iliould Imvn ronl mining nxpcncncs ond have, or bo fopobln of oblnininn nn Albrrtn 3rd clan Slcody omploymcnl in on nllrnclivr locnlion clou lo a wido chnicn of shopping find sporting fcicililics a offered. Applicants should wriln lo V. Mrokwio Mine Manager, Box 280 Canmorr- giving dclaill ol thnir oxpcnonco, quali- personal details and telephone number. DOUG MILLER Inseiled by Ihe Tabor Wornor Social Credit Conililuency Asioelation MEET DOUG MILLER YOUR SOCIAL CREDIT CANDIDATE FOR TABER-WARNER CONSTITUENCY THURS., AUG. 19lh in TABER AFTERNOON AND EVENING Accompanied by HON. RAY SPEAKER FRI., AUG. 20th FAIRVIEW AND HARDIEVILIE AREAS MAINSTREET1NO FRIDAY EVENING-8 P.M. FORUM IN W. R. MYERS HIGH SCHOOL SATURDAY in TABER For Information Phone 223-4421 or 223-4422 ;