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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Stock prices dip in cautious trade Miscellaneous quotations Albertd Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doheriy, ILoadhause arc! MuCuaig) LAST DID OK SALE i.9S TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market drifted lower for the sixth con- secutive session cautious mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials were down 20 to 173.3B and western oils .15 to 231.23. Base metals rose .90 to 89.21 and golds 117 to 182.59. Volume by 11 am. was shares, compared with at the same time Thursday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 103 to 79, with 1C2 issues unchanged. Weakest sectors were banking, food processing, general manufacturing and merchandising. Beverage, com- munication, pipeline and utility issues edged fractionally higher. CP Ltd. was down to Walker-Gooderham to Kofflcr -Vs to S15, Canadian Tire A to Roman 10 cents to S5.90 and Aliminex 10 cents to Gulf Oil dropped lo S25, Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas to 546, Imperial Oil to and Hudson Bay Mining 14 to Slater Walker gained Vz to Seagrams to Bethle- hem to Pan Ocean la to and Moore Vi to Kaps Transport was up to Budd Automotive Vt to Imasco Va to Pctrofina li o and Pacific Pete to 34. a.m. WESTERN OILj Almlnex 5.6 Alia EflSt S'l Asamera Ashland Oil B. P. Oil Cdn Soulh. Cdn Expert Gas Cdn Home. Cdn Home Piu. Cdn Indus. Gas Cdn Long Cdn. Superior Central Die Rio harler hicflan ____s Pele Dynamic Pete Great Plnlns Lochiel Explor Mill Clly Conl. Norlh Cdn Oil d.m. Hugh Russell HuiKY Oil B HU-.KV Oil War. Corp J Corp Inveil In 51 F U.S. 12.2 5.91 5.03 i.iU Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) The rapesced market moved two to four points lower at the mid- session today on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange with a fairly navy volume of commission house selling. Locals were the main buyers as the prices dropped to lower levels. Most other commodities had a light trade. Thursday's volume of trade was 189.000 bushels of flax. 421, 030 of rye of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct. !i lower 2.33; Nov. '.i lower Dec. U lower 235; May lower 2.44. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sep lower 3.06: Nov. 4 lower 2.92Vi; .Ian. lower March lower 2.81. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 2n.a lower 2.80A; Dec. 21z lower 2.7312; May 2 lower 2.81. Oats: Dec. and May not open. Barley: Oct lower Dec. and May not open. Rye: Oct. li lower %Vz; Dec. lower 96 !i; May not open. High Low Close Flax Oct 238 237 238 Nov Dec May 244 243'.i 2431i Ilapcsccil Vancouver Sep 307 305 305 Nov 2917'n 292Vi Jan 288'. i 28lri MET 283 231 281 ,IGHT TRADING MONTREAL (CP) Prices were off in several sectors in ighl morning trading on the Montreal stock market today Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Thurs- day. On index, the composite fell .34 to 177.92, industrials .55 to 180.81 and papers .27 to 78.55 Utilities rose .05 lo 151.48 and banks 31 to 208.33. Among losses, Canadian Tire dropped to S36. Metropoli- tan Stores to 542, Trans- Canada PipeLines 14 to S64 Walker-Gooderham and Worts la to and Velcro Industries lz to SlG'.i Among gains. Alberta Gas rose 7B to SJGTk. Shell Canada to S371z and Toronto-Dominion to S26. On the Canadian Stock Ex change, Bethlehem Copper rose S2Vz lo en a volume o shares. DJA OFF NEW YORK (AP) Slock market prices drilled lower in moderate trading, as many investors took to the sidelines. The Dow Jones average of 31 industrials at noon was off O.Bf at 879.89. Declines outnumbered ad vances on the New York Stock Exchange by a small margin- Analysts said the market ap peared to be biding its lime ant ligcsting gains from the slronj rally of Monday and Tuesday. The Associated Press 60-sloe average at neon was up 0.9 a 321.2. Noon prices included Shell Oi down '1 to Santa Fe In dustrios up to ?30H and Gul Oil off li to Canadian slocks were eithc unsold or unchanged, except fo Canadian Pacific, which to and Granby Mining which lost li. to On the American exchange Brascan was off >'a at an Canadian Javelin up a lili amount at Rapcsced Thunder Bay Oct 230'. z Dec 274 li May 202 Oats Oct 69'. 4 Dec May Barley Oct Dec May Ttye Oct Dec May 2731z 280 fiO'.j 091 i 71 ion 107-la inltr'Steel Piye Cun Occidcnlai jrjulel Kaiser Karn Kolia 11.35 L. UufaulT .72 L. Unl. r-orl 4J.75 toGI- Manage 15 S.CO Ntv.contx t, Haciiit: hete RaiiK Oryen hold. 3 B5 995 ..W 3.BJ 10.90 11.91 5.30 5 5.36 509 5.12 5.63 7.19 1.66 4.92 S.JO 5.V3 4.22 -1.63 5.5J 5.72 2rfE3 27.14 J f J Jumac 'elrol 'innacle 'late Gas 'under icurry Rain. Spooner Toial Petrol West. Dccalla 34-00 l.iO 1.53 .65 t.tvi 1075 .53 1.28 .62 1.20 B.OO 1 Cdn ell i Pld. ...J. W16- Rainier Tfeledyne Wesi Cdn Seed Wliilepass. CALGARY Acroll barons Oil Ujrin Conl. Gr L'quily Gr In Shares Invest Gr F Invest Mutual Mulual Ac Mutual Gr F Nal 2 N W Fin N W Gr Principal Gr Roylund Temp Gr United Ac ,1 Universal 5av 7 1 ,3 VANCOUVER Anuk Mining Alias Explor Bath Norse Belli Copper Block Bros B'.C" Sufwr Pld Capr Inlcr 1 Churchill Copper Cellulose i Crcrtil F Ind 6.37 7.00 7.E 7.32'A CALGARY (CP) Most sec- ous of Uie Albfrta economy lowed increased producLivily uring the first part of the year ompared with 1970 pcrform- nccs, show sUtistics released y the Alberta bureau of sta- LSlJCS. ConslnicUtm, mining, petrole- m and agriculture showed in- creases even though revenue Agn B.7S 8.131 z 27.25 I 5.50 A MISCELLANEOUS Alia Nal INDUSTRIES CLin W Na Inland Uai snd C ..ilic Gas N and C B 29.75 Gal Metro if E KS S 20 we War Western Pacific 6.13V) 12.00 MUTUAL FUNDS Pvr 5.15 AGF Special 2.95 All Cdn Divid 9J4 All Cdn Vent 3.67 ji Indus. ____ Indus. Aqualnine Nlld Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Hydro Car Ccln Paciflt liw CPR Pfd- Crowsnest Ind. Cygnus A Cygnus B Cum. Prop. Gt. Oil Sands Gl. Cdn. OH 6-75 100.00 Home Oil A 35.00 wers B Indus! rior Brew 5.25 11.50 Mines Hclicop mer .2.1 OI. Home and Pil Hudson Bay Co Hudion Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil Pfd 3.175 2.35 Cdn Invest F 1B.12V2 Col Mulual .14.25 Inter 5B.OO Comnw Lev Standard 1 V5 I nil Res .75 iont prn Mine 5.91 4.51 4.95 6.25 6 E6 13.07 western Explor 3.JJ 37B Ulica 17 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID UR SALE 8 m. MINES a.m. QuoieiT Acme Advptale Asb. Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Belhlehem inada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chimo Conwesf Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cr-digmonl Dickenson Mines Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines East Walarllc East Sullivan Falconbrldge Frobex First Warillmea Giant Y.K. Bovls Granduc Headway R.L. ingcr Osisko Palino Pine Point Plai 1935 26 25 ?7.75 15.00 5.90 15.00 2.12 S.CO P.C- Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherritt Gordon bleep Reck Tex Corp Texmonl Upper Canada 2.09 Mines 3.05 Wright Hargreaves 1.30 Wiliroy -65 Windfall .12 Yellov.'knlFe Bear 4.BO 57 INDUSTRIALS 1.75 Abilbi ,03V: Alcan Alco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel .25 19.00 4.B5 1.70 20.50 1.90 1.23 B.SO 1 S2 .13 1.15 23.25 1.00 2.95 91.00 9.00 1.95 5.60 H.OO 36.00 B C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind CcJn Hudson Bay M-S 22.12Va Chc-mcell Hydra Ex. .l9V'a Col Cellulose n Bay Kerr Addison Labrador Madsen R.L. Malarlic G F. Martin McNeely Maclnlyre Mela Midrim Inlern Mogul New West Home New Calumet New Imperial No rand a Norlex Opemlska 3.05 1.40 B.10 34.50 .90 .74 9.75 E.2S 31.50 Cal Power C.W-Nl ,0as Cdn Indust Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Cons Balh Cons Gas Dlsl Sea Dom Bridge Domlar Dom Texllle Dom Stores Dome Pels CAB Fd of AniEr Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker SrJi Huron, Eri" Hiram Wa'l Imperial CI Imperial Int Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Gp A Int UMIilies Indus! Accept lai.Tenlide Kelly Doug A Lccb Loblaw A Me'ro Slores 6.B71'j Massey Fcrg IB R7V] McMillan Ble Corp Molsons A Mclsons B Ncrih, Cenl Fewer Corp Price Co SI Law Corp Shell CDA ,i Simpson's 6 67'. j Simp Sears 5 M Sleel ol Can 3.75 Selkir A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mln Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas 9..10 Union Oil 30 75 Versatile M'g 62.50 Weslecl Union Car 12.621 fl.12', 6.371 45.50 1R.25 63.50 13.00 19.25 19 10 26.50 11. SO 13.00 31.00 3.75 8.50 71 00 5100 3 12.75 17 50 12.25 96.00 23.00 13.00 V.'cslon's _ Woodward's A Wcsl Ccln Sd Zenilh Elpc BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scolia Royal Tor-Dom fiB.OO 5.10 63.62' 15.25 25.00 14.62' 2.50 22.00 3J.62' 2S.75 19.50 31.50 28.62' 7.50 3S.OO 51.50 8.12' 5.P 3.90 5.75 43.00 10.6! 23.00 36.15 IB 00 17.a? 15.B7 7.75 10.50 19.00 37.37 20.25 2S 15.00 33.50 13.15V3 34.00 3J.25 15.25 3 60 12.00 17.62V; 2350 4.50 1.75 23.00 16.00 26.42V3 27.25 26.00 productivity up Trailer firms merge RED DEER (CP) Otto Manufacturing, an Edmon Ion trailer manufacturing company 1 amalgamate with Travel- Trailer and move to Red Deer Sept. 1, the company an Thursday. Stan Whittle, president of the parent company, Neonex lei- sure Products Ltd. of Vancou- ver, said the move would pro- vide a more uniform employ- ment level. A steadier income level for the more tlian 200 men expected to be employed in the new operation would also be provided. The Edmonton company employed 50 men. He said it was easier to move the smaller S2 million per year Edmonton operation to Red Deer than lo do the reverse. The amalgamation would make the new company the largest trailer manufacturing outlet of its kind in Canada. from wheat and livestock sales declined. Permits for buildings valued at million were issued in Calgary and Edmonton to the end of May compared with planned construction worth 5104 million a year earlier. Production of crude oil in- creased 22 per cent and natur- al gas marketings were up 11 per cent, but figures were not available on the amount sprat on exploration and develop- ment Value of coal production in thf. first four months increased to million fo Ihe end of April, 1970. Value of manufacturers' ship- ments increased 1.0 per cer.t m Ihi first five monllis for cumulative total of 5746.8 mil lion. Farm cash receipts increased two per cent to the end of May to S2GS.fi million although live- stock marketing dropped nine per cent lo 5163.3 million, due mostly to slumping hog prices. School building court acliou thrown out EDMONTON (CP) A set' ond altempt to prevent the con slruclion of a high school ii Evansburg, about 55 miles west of Edmonton, was dismissed in Alberta Supreme Court here. Thirteen residents of the County of Parkland an Yellow- head school division had sought an injunction to keep the stu- dents, within the two school jurisdictions, at the Seba Beach school, about 12 miles east of Evansburg. Mr Justice S. S Liberman said he believed the dispute was based on the problems o! inconvenience and school bus transportation and not on the matter of quality of education He found the authorities had followed proper procedures in Galgary lu'iu Nciv York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada planning school. consruction of the 111 merger 97 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES APPOINTMENT frf TACOMA, Wash. (API -p Tacoma Boatbuilding Co.. Tac-1 oma's fourth-largest employer and one of the area's oldest family-owned boat building bus- inesses, has merged with Pan- cana Industries Ltd., of Cal- gary. The merger will not alter the management structure or poli- cies of the Tacoma company, president Arnold J. S'trorn said ._ will enable Tacoma Boat lo "expand our services and of- 'cr greater capabilities in mar- ine design and manufacture in commercial and government fields." GREG FORSYTH Schwartz Agencies Ltd. are pleased lo announce the appoint- ment of Grcq Forsvih to their Real Estate Sales staff. Grcn has resided in Lethbridfje for over 1 5 years, havjnq at- tended public schools ond the Community Collecro here ond olso spent 2 years ol Indiana Slate University in U.S.A. He hai been in thn real cslalo field for scvon months and wel- comes his many friends and acquaintances lo discuss ihoir real n stole requirements wllh him. Phono Greg at 328-3331 or Res. 327-0872. Amr T end T Anaconda Belh Steel Chrysler ComsBl Dunonr GM Copper J35Q Montgomery Ward 33. tl1. 17.75 Sears 91.12V. 34 SO Sid Oil of N.J. 70.VS Texas Gull 116.00 63.15 Texas Co iV TORONTO AVERAGES 29.37'-i 20 Indusl 113 37 up 20 Golds 232.30 up 1.76 10 Base Met 113.08 off M 15 W Oils 301.95 up -6J Volume :NEW YORK AVERAGES 30 Indus! BBU2 up .65 65 Slocks 3D1.95 o Volume Livestock report B.C. SUGAR APPOINTMENT Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY fCP) On offer to 11 a.m.. nhout 325 head; mostly replacement c a t LI c. Trale was active. A few slaughter cattle sold j steady with Thursday's close, quality and condition consider- ed. Good lo low choice slaughter sleers 30.50 to 31.50. medium 2S.50 to 30.2.1. Good lo low choice heifers 2G.75 to 28. med- ium 25.50 to 2B.30. Good cows 21.25 tc 22.10, medium 20 to 21, canners and cutters 17.50 to 20. Good hulls 24 lo 26 Replacement cattle were mostly fleshy shorl keep year- ling steers selling at steady prices. Insufficient good stock or .slaughter calves to establish a markcl. Good feeder steers more, than 750 pounds 31 lo 33, less than 750 pounds 33.50 to 35.10. Good feeder heifers more than 600 pounds 27 to 29. Hogs base price 23.05. College Mall UTHBRIDGi W. R. C. Patrick, F.C.A. The appointment of W. R. C. Pal- rick as n Director of B.C. Supnr Refinery, Limited Is announced by Forrest Rogers, President. Mr. Patrick retired Juno 30th, 1971, as tho Senior Partner for Mm Province of Brlllsli Columbia Christ- onson, Chartered Accountants, Ho is a former Member of Council and Past Presidanl of tho Inslilulo of Chartered Accountants ot British Columbia. SELKIRK HOLDINGS LIMITED DIVIDEND NOTICE NOTICE IS IIE5FBY GIVEN thai a quarlorly dividend ol seven and nnc-half cents (S per lhai'c lias been declared on Ilio outstandiny Clasi "A" non-voting shares ilhoul nominal or par valuo in Ilio Capital Slock of iho Company payable on Seploml-.nr 30, 1971, lo hold- ers of Clasi "A" shares of record at the close of busi- ness on September 16, 1971. By Order of tho Board f. T. W. NASH, Secretary Toronto, Ontario Juno 29, 1971. iHi-ilish jobless figures climb (AP) The number of unemployed in Britain increased last month to 904.130, the highest level in a normal month since the Second World War, the department of em- ployment announced today. Only in February, 1903, were the ranks of the job- less so swollen and that was because of severe blizzards. Unemployment in Eng- land, Scotland a'.id Wales to- talled or 3.7 per cent of the working population. In Northern Ireland 45.251, or H.7 per cent, were out of work. CWNA approves expansion plan VANCOUVER (CP) Mem- bers of the Canadian Weeklj Newspapers Association voted here to expand the organiza lion under the name Canadian Community Newspapers Asso- ciation. Constitutional amendments passed at the association's an nual meeting alloy bi-weekly multi-weekly or monthly pubh cations which a loca community to hold full member ship in Ihe association. The changes were by representatives of suburban newspapers, which are growing quickly in both numbers an lol.nl circulation and many c which publish more frcquenllj than once a week. John A. Parry, publisher o Hi Rimbey, Alta., Record, wa clecled president of the associa lion, succeeding Cnnrles G Hawkins of The Western Cana riinn of Manitou, Man. DOLLAR VALUE MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds down to SI.01 3-32. pound sterling up 11-1C> lo 11-16. NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar up 9-04 at 98 15-16 in terms of U.S. FUNDS. Pound sterling down at Youth victim of impure drug EV.MONTON (CP) A co oner's jury that Ne Ilillz 17. of Edmonton die Aug.'lO because he took 10 ca sules of impure MDA Hire days earlier'. The jury' was toltl tnat Hil took eight capsules orally an llicn injected Ihe conlcnls two others. He was taken to Universit Hospital bleeding from Ih nose, moiilh and cars atl taking Ihe drug. Hospital off cials said he had a temper lure of 110 degrees when he admitted. PRKFF.R CITIES Of South Africa's 3.7 million whites, 3.2 million live in cities. >C to s orum on EDMONTON (CP) Tho ocial Crerlil Party of Alberta s not sending an official repre- entalive Lo a forum on natural esources to be held in the city fiday. Harvey Scott, co-cliairman of he Northern Alherta Commit- ee For An Independent Canada which is sponsoring the forum, aid hn received olficial word government party would ot attend. Grant Notley, leader of the lew Democratic Party, will al- end, as will Liberal Leader ob' Russell and Don Getty, 'regressive Conservative re- ources spokesman and incum- ent in the Aug. 30 provincial said the Social Credit Parly would be icpre- .ented by an empty chair. No eason was given for the fail Friday, Auguil 20, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 21 Money earns good, interest in a Lombard Bank H Deposit Account A Bank Deposit Account wi'.ri Lombard provides a good rate of interest, with complclo safety for your to financial peace of mind. Deposits at fi months' notice of withdrawal can earn 7 interest per annum, but you can withdraw up (o on demand during each calendar year. Interest is paid half- yearly without deduction of U.K. lax. TIME DEPOSIT ol and o> er can cam higher rales of interest for fixed periods. Details are available on request. Lombard is a member of the National Westminster Bank Group whose Capital and Reserves exceed Opemne an Account is simplicity itself, so write now to the General Manager for further details and a copy of Deposit Account Dooklet No. A0.5, b. LOMBARD BANKING LIMITED Head Office: LOMBARD HOUSE, CURZON ST, LONDON, WIA 1EU, ENGLAND. Tel: 01-4994111 Cllf Office. 31 LOMBARD ST.. LONDON, L.C.3, tlii W ENGLAND. Tel: 01-623 4111 Soldiers, labor feel pinch of U.S. economic freeze WASHINGTON (AP) The I uniform, that means giving up U.S. government, clamping the lid even lighter on the country's economic freeze, has barred longevity pay raises lor the med forces and retroactive pay raises in labor contracts. Treasury Secretary John B re lo send a representative to i c 0 n r a y, President Nixon's he forum. 1 chic: economic spokesman, said exemptions will be the excep- tion during l.he 90-day wage- price-rent freeze. C o n n a 11 y, whose cabinet status makes him head of the new Cost of Living Council which issues guidelines during the freeze, reversed the defence department's p-eviously stated pay policy. For 2.7 million Americans in loncla recall doesn't apply to Canada TORONTO (CP) The recall of 28 000 Honda 750 four-cylinder motorcycles for chain replace- ment in the United States does not apply to Canada, Cana- dian Honda spokesman said He said that only 300 units cre affected in Canada and Ihe replacement on these machines was completed before last Sep- ember. All Honda 750 machines now being sold in Canada are equipped with a heavier chain, he said. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age pi-ices to It am. Friday provideB by Ihe Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 23.35. Average Thursday 23.48 Red Deer: No sales. Aver age Thursday 23.30. Calgary: 2305. Average Thursday Ix-lhbridge: Kto sales. Aver age Thursday 23.13. Lloydminsler: No sales. Av- erage Thursday 23.15. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. ICO; Thursday Provirici )1 av erage Thursday Sows average 13.25. Firm lost million CALGARY (CP) Agratec Industries Ltd., which merged June 30 with Foremost Inter- national Lid., lost million during the year ended Dec. 31. L. R. Herrinston, chairman ot and :ow president of Agratec, said the losses in- cluded million on operations and writeoffs on snowmobiles, questionable receivables anc slow-moving Eskimo Snowmobile Inc. went bankrupt and the loss on disposal was and in- vestment in Nanuk Inc. cost merger o[ Foremost anc Agratec was proposed 1 a s 1 year after Agratec went into receivership. an estimated million in au matic pay boosts based on their and length of service, anging from a month for private with two years lo 174.30 for a full general with 26 in service. .ADOll JOLTED Organized labor, already net- led by frozen wages and Nix- on's call to end current strikes and forgo new stoppages, got another jolt when the Cost of jiving Council ruled out retro- active pay raises during the 90- day period. The council said collective bargaining may continue during the freeze, but that no wage in- crease negotiated during the pe- riod may go into effect before Vov. 12 at the earliest. The United Auto Workers has een sharply critical of tha freeze which the union contends [avors business over workers, but the Teamsters Union ex- pressed support for Nixon's poli- cies while decrying what it called gross inequities. Although the executive order does not freeze interest rates or irofits, Connally sent personal letters to leading money institu- tions urging them to offer low interest rates voluntarily. By Gene Fawcetle B'RCS COATED WITH OIL TAMKER SPILLS CCH INS. 3ECAL.'SE C'SSCiAE BOTH THE ClL AND THE NATURAL WAX CM THE FEATHERS, TWO SVEPSH STIENTS5 HAVE DEVELOPED ACLEAMiNcA.-FrJrSiW.AKTD A CLEANERVlVANER FOR E Treasury bills OTTAWA (CP) New 91-day Government of Canada treasur> bills auctioned Thursday: S175 million at an average price ant yield of fM.049 and 3.85 per cent. Last week, S175 million same term, and 4.01 per cent 192-day: million at and per cent. Last week ?40 million, same term. ?97.913 and 4.27 per cent. Beef fiiluves WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Thursday: Open High Close Scp Nov 32.50 32.SOB Jan Mar 31.00B 29.75B Toyota Travel Announcement Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Marilim polato futures Thursday: Open High Low Close Nov 2.25A Mar 2.iuA Apr 2.70A May 3.05A CON BARRETT les Ingle, Fred Story and Pete Alexander would like to welcome Con Rorrclt lo the Toyota Sales Tenm. Con has had over 25 years experience m the automotive- and is well quulified to look after all your needs. Con welcomes all his friendl and acquaintances to drop out and view Ihe great line of Toy- ota automobiles, Skylark camp- ers and Iroilcrs, Empress molar- homes and Rilzcrafl mobile homes. ...ITS 8UILT-M WAX BKfNTLY TVKfTVW 600 SQUARE FEET OF MODERN AIR-CONDITIONED OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE IN NEW BUILDING All Utilitiei and Janitor Service Provided. Suitable for One or More Offices. REASONABIE RENT- Apply MANAGER 1003 5th Avenue S., Phone ;