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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI inHUIDOf HIUlD Wtdmdiy, Janiwry It, Industrials lead market advance TORONTO (CP) Industrial Issues on the Toronto stock market moved higher, inter- rupting five consecutfve declin- ing sessions, .in slow mid-morn- ing trading today. The industrial index was up .35 to 193.25. Golds were un- changed at 163.35 while base metals dropped .17 to 84.59 and western oils .03 to 217.02. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Tues- day. Advances held a slim margin to Du Pont to MacMUlan Bloedel to and Husky Oil to Canadian Tire tost M to Moore Corp Vt to and Banque d'Epargne Vt to ACTIVE TRADE NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices succumbed to further consolidation today and slipped lower in active trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks dropped 2.71 to 892.01. In Canadian stocks, Walker Gooderham gained to Southern Alberta sugar prices reach highest point since 1963 over declines, 106 to 98, with 190 Alcan -was up Vt at Dome 1-------------------. Mines gained Vt to and Granby Mining moved up to Distillers Seagrams eased V, to On the American exchange, Canadian Javelin gained Vt to ?10% and Scurry Rainbow Oil eased V, to issues unchanged. Banking, chemical, communi- cations, general manufacturing and industrial mining moved higher. Beverage, food processing, merchandising and oil refining issues edged moder- ately lower. Robinson Little was up 2 to Du Pont to Aquitaine to CHUM Ltd. to Inco Vt to 533 and Royal Bank Vi to Rank advances to (23Vi, United Canso 10 cents Ca- nadian Cablesystems to Peoples Department Stores to and Pure Silver five cents to Bow Valley dropped H to Oshawa Group V2 to Bushnell to son to PanCanadlan Pete to and International Utilities to PRICES UP MONTREAL (CP) Prices were up in all sectors in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. On index, banks rose 1.23 to 252.34, industrials .42 to 197.15, papers 1.63 to 85.71, utilities .06 to 163.45 and the composite ,43 to 196.69. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges to 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Tues- day. Maritime Electric Co., rose 1 Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Closing average prices to 11 a.m. pro- vided by the Alberta Hog Pro- ducers marketing board. Edmonton: 28.55, average Tuesday 28.28. Red Deer: 28.45, average Tuesday 28.12. Calgary: 28.45, average Tuesday 28.37. Lethbridge: No sales, av- erage Tuesday 28.45. Lloydmdnster: No sales, av- erage Tuesday 28.17. Grande Prairie: No sales, average Tuesday 28.29. Hgos sales Tuesday av- erage 28.30, sows average 17.05. Livestock Lethbridge Liveitock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 125 cattle. Receipts about evenly divid- ed between slaughter and re- placement cattle. Trade active. All classes of butcher steers, heifers and cows selling steady to strong, quality and condition considered. Choice steers 34.50 to 34.90; good 33.50 to 34.25. By JOG BALLA Staff Writer Southern Alberta sugar prices have now reached their highest point since 1963. The most re- cent increase, started gome three weeks ago, totals some seven per cent. The all time high for sugar price was in 1921. Since that time, under production, the Second World War, the Suez and Korean conflicts and the uncertainties following the Hun- garian uprising in 1956 have all bad marked effects on increas- ed world sugar prices. There has been little faltering in the prices during the uptrend in recent weeks, but the past weekend saw what has been described as a 'levelling effect' on a 'nervous and over-reacting market when the price dropped 40 cents per hundred pounds on the basic Calgary price. The New York and London exchanges commenting on the world reaction of buyers indi- cate considerable hedging saA bidding on the futures market. But, there has been little re- sponse shown in the way of stockpiling by consumers at the retail level. Because local production and prices are tied closely to world prices under the International Sugar Agreement, which now has 70 signatory countries, they are subject to the same price 'ups-and-downs' as prices in many other parts of the globe. The ISA countries purchase some 90 per cent of all the sugar produced in the world. In 1958 the International Su- gar Agreement was negotiated Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Tuesday. Mar 35.00B; May 34.50N; Monday's volume: Four con- tracts. Low choice heifers 31.50 to 32; good 30.25 to 31.25. Good cows 22.50 to 24; medi. urn 20 to 22; canners and cut- ters 17 to 20. Good bulls 24.50 to 25.60. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday Lethbridge 28.65 to 28.70 base price. Good lambs 24. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m., about 825 bead; mostly slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were steady to strong and cows were steady With sales to 24.30. Choice slaughter steers 34.75 to 35.40, good 33.75 to 34.75, me- dium 32.75 to 33.75. Choice heif- ers 32 to 32.80, good 31 to 32, medium 29.50 to 31. Good cows 23 to 24, medium 22 to 23, can- ners and cutters 19 to 22. Replacement cattle were all heavy, short keep steers selling at steady prices. Insufficient stock c a 1 v es were offered to establish a market. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 34.50 to 36. Hogs base price 28.45. with 40 countries participating. By 1963 the price of sugar rose to 18-19 cents per pound, Cal- gary basic price. This gave the ISA a stronger foundation. HOLD THE LINE Meeting in London recently, the executive committee of the Internationa] Sugar Agree- ment, moved to enforce its com- mitment to traditional suppliers and to hold the line at 6.5 cents per pound. There was some ar- gument in the committee that the increase should be the same amount that sterling has In- creased in relation to the dollar since devaluation. This would have meant a rise to about 7.6 cents per pound for raw sugar on the London mar- ket and 7.5 cents per pound New York. England belongs to the ISA, while the United States does not. It has a complex of internal beet sugar are! cane acreage allocations and support prices that are tied in with i global production and pricing structure. Freight rates, ex- change differentials, costs ol production and processing and loading and unloading charges are pro-rated from a raw sugar, free on bulk Caribbean supply point to establish the southern Alberta price structure. Local price adjustments an usually made only every Thurs- day if changes warrant more often, or at more frequent in- tervals if market changes are more significant. PER BAG Officials of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. state that it is because of the pricing differen- price somewhat below raw sugar that south Alber- tans continue to "buy some ol the world's cheapest sugar." During the past week, consu- here were paying about per ID-pound bag of sugar at the retail level. Several factors are said to be contributing to the upward trend in sugar prices: World sugar production in the 1971-72 crop year is reported to be tons, compared With the previous year. World consumption for the current crop is estimated at tons compared with tons the previous year. World carryover as of Aug. 31, 1971 is reported at It's estimated there will be a carryover of tons at the end of the current lowest in 11 years. A non-ISA member Russia has agreed to purchase 000 tons of sugar from the cur- paling shortage, or It Is mere- ly hedging a possiblt shortage. The European Economic Com- munity his proposed i ban on all experts of sugar from mem- ber couriries. It says ft has no shortage and it wants to pro- tect its own supply. As an ini- tial step the EEC has abolish- ed export Incentives and short- ened validity duration of export licences from three months to 15 days. The EEC has some tons of sugar available (or export. The United States is propos- ing another increase In its im- port quota. This sugar would all come from foreign suppliers. Officials of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. here suggest the higher prices may mean in- creased beet sugar acreages this year and any Increases could be wiped, out by over-pro- duction. Exactly what the higher prices will mean to southern Alberta sugar beet growers is hard to determine until all the sugar is cold from the past crop year. Pay for beets is on a slid- ing scale S3 per cent going the growers and 37 per cent to the processors. In addition the growers will have to work off their government deficiency payment, which amounted to per ton in 1969-the last year for which figures are avail- able. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty. MeCualg Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) l.m. Quotes) Hud Bey Oil Pld 53.50 Invest Muruil 5.70 .4.23 rent supplies on the world mar- kets. Yugoslavia says it is ready to purchase tons ol sugar effective Jan. 27 and Mo- rocco has ordered tons. UNSETTLED MARKET Market observers report that Russia's 'huge purchase' fa making the sugar market un- settled. No one really.knows i! it has a shortage, it is antiti- Ford raises FAST, COMFORTABLE AIR CHARTER SERVICE UK oar etmrenient, write-ytur- own-ichediilc air chuter icrvice ...for routine buiiness or pkM- ure tripi, audden unexpected emergencies, direct tirline con- nections.. Modem, quiet, com- forUble Piper airplines.. lingle or twin-tnpne..flown by apert Quite often the time penta you wve mem real mon- ey too. Next out-of- town trip let us take you in your own personal To trip or for more de-, Just phone: LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE LTD. P.O. Be, ISO Monger No. 7 Ktnyon Field, lethbridgi 327.1161 Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Burns Foodi Ltd., nine cents March 15, record Feb. 15. Canadian Tin Corp. Ltd., class A and common five cents, both March 1, record Feb. 11. Union Carbide Canada Ltd., 15 cents March 1, record Feb 10. Canada and Dominion Sugar Co. Ltd., 45 cents March 1, Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (OP) Kape- seed prices were steady to frac- tionally higher at nad-session on the Winnpeg Grain Ex- change today and trading was extremely light Flax showed marginal gains in light exporter buying, while trading in all other commodi- ties was extremely light. The feed grains gains. showed fractional record Feb. 10. Gulf Oil Corp., cents (U.S.) March 9, record Feb. 4. International Business- Ma- chines Corp., (U.S.) March 10, record Feb. 9. Peoples Credit Jewellers Ltd., common VA cents; class A 754 cents, botli Feb. 15, record Jan 31. SKULLDUGGERY DUG UP FLORENCE, Italy (AP) Police bent on a simple arrest for minor theft Tuesday turned up a major case of skulldug- gery. They found 21 human skulls stashed in the suspect's closet. Mario 22, tuld the officers he dug the skulls out of a local cemetery, for per- sons who "asked me to get them some and didn't want to tell me anything more." Volume of trade Tuesday in- cluded bushels of flax, of rye of Van- couver rapeseed and of Thunder Bay rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May higher 2.5MSB; Julyl% higher Oct. 1 higher 2.59KB. Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. Vi higher March Vt higher 2.52A; June unchanged Sep. unchanged 2.44B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May Vt higher 2.38 Vt; July un- changed 2.37B; Oct. not open. Oats: May Vt higher 68WA; Jily Vt higher 6855B; Oct. not open. Barley: May unchanged .WWiA; July and Oct. not open. Rye: May Vi higher July unchanged 1.0154A; Oct. not open. Grain quotes Tuesday (basis quotes Tuesday (basis Lake- FOR SALE SAINFOIN SEED A fomft paitura Ugurm thai dm ml cam bloat, tlmllar erfolfi at ptr Ib. ftr Inftrmallm HI ywr district ojjrlculttrlst or I. Van- d.rvalk, Ion 111, Mat- Itod. Phtno 714-2114. High Flax May 259% Jly 255% Oct 258% Low Close 258 234% 257 BapeMed Vancouver Jan 255% 250y, Mar 253Vi 245% Jun 2HVi Sep 244 242 Rapeieed Thunder Bay 230% 68 May Jly Oct Old May Jly Oct Barley May Jly 109 Oct Rye May JM'i Jly Oct 234 23! ioe-% IK 101% 99'A 258% 255H 258U 254% 249% 244 238 237 238 car prices DETROIT (AP) Ford Motor Co. increased suggested retail dealer automobile prices to in its second in- crease since President Nixon's freeze on wages and prices in the United States expired test Nov. 12. General Motors Corp. an- nounced its second round of In- creases last week. They ringed from to Chrysler has approval for a second round but has not yet announced any changes. Ford said its new increases had approval of the Ninons' price commission and, among other things, were to cover an improved seat belt system, in- cluding warning buzzers and flashing lights, required by fed. eral law on cars built after Jan. 1, Ford said the increase in pas- senger-car prices averaged or 1.2 per cent, compared with a previous average increase of or 2.6 per cent, announced Dec. 10. Truck prices increased by an average of or two-tenths of one per cent, Ford said. Truck prices previously had been in- creased 2.5 per cent for what Ford said was an average. Ford said it was making no second increase in tie price of optional equipment. The lowest price was on Ford's Pinto, raising the basic two door sedan to The increase was on the Lincoln Continental sedan, raising it to During the 90-day wage-price freeze, automakers were re- quired to charge 1971 prices for 1972 models. a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlnu 6.00 Hugh Russell Alia East Gal 5.70 Husky oil Asamera 19.00 Husky Oil B Ashland 14.00 Huiky oil War BP Oil Gai 5.90 Inler Prov Pipe Can South 6.30 Inler Prov Sleel Cdn EK Gas 3.50 Kaiser Res Cdn Homeitd 1.45 Cdn Home Pld 1J.75 Cdn Ind Gal Oil 9.75 Cdn Long II .65 Cdn Super 42.25 Charier 5.00 Chleilan 9.00 Dome Pete 33.00 01 Plains 30.50 Gt Cdn Oil 5.3] Lochlel 1.68 North Cdn Oil 5.40 Numic 15.25 Pan Cdn Pete Pan ocein Pelrol Pfnnide Plici GIS Ponder Ringer Scurry Rain Spooner Sfrlbens Totil Ulster W Decilla West Pele MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aouatalne J5.25 J "n Com BMB. Sm Mutual Ac Mutual Gr Nat Res N W Fin N W Gr IM Temp Gr 21.00 I6.SO 43.75 700 II MGF Manage 2.90 femp Gr Paclllc Pete 30.62V, H" Ac Rainier 3.8714 UnlvfrulLli' Rainier Teledyne west Cdn Setd White Yukon CALGARY Acroll Barons Oil Midlson North Cont Wist Warner PIPELINE STOCKS 16.1214 Alls Oisjr L 13.50 1.40 .50 V09 .71 15.00 T25 9.30 1.70 M.17V1 5.60 6.16 F 5.44 5.91 7.05 7.70 4.74 S.JI 5.79 6.3) 4.46 4.90 6.02 6.26 5.16 6.40 5.13 5.64 ._ 7.75 8.52 VANCOUVER MINES Anuk .30 Arctic Mining .15 Alias Explor .40 Beth Norse 1.14 .0514 Brenda 5.00 cnurcnm Coffer .95 -02V. croyden .16 Dolly Varden Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Granfsle Kimleops Copper Lornex Lytton Minerals Alia Oas Tr L Pld 71.00 All! Nat CIS 22.50 inland Nit Gas 14.00 N and C GIS 15.25 N ind C B Pld 31.50 Piclflc CIS Tr 13.75 Gar Metro 6.6214 Primer Gaz Metro Pld A 67.1214 Pyramid Tr Cdn P 39.25 silver standard Tr Cdn P Pro1 B 41.00 Texmont 54 Tr Cdn P Ptd A 7250 Troll" in Tr Cdn P Wlr 12.50 Valley Copper 830 WC Tnns 27.00 WC Res .0714 MUTUAL 5.2 4.4 3.6 2.8 2 1.2 Natural Cubic FM! pir Total '1 S3 1941 63 65 OAS SALES RISING Natural gas wot being at the role of million cubic feet a day in 1971 com- pared with million cubic feet a year ago. Pessi- mism and uncertainty stalked the petroleum industry through the lait part of 1971, a year that wai good and bad. Good newt came from oil end gas discoveries in Arctic and off the East Coast and the toughest blow was a ruling by the National Energy Board that Canada hasn't enough proved natural gas reserves to meet both its needs and export commitments for the next 25 years. Canadian housing feats impressive 1.40 Suoir 9.31 10.25 B.C. Suoir Pld 3.74 4.ot cipt inter 16. 00 1.00 Home B Hua Biy Co Hud Bay Oil 32.25 19.50 41.CC __ OILS Gr Shires '3.71 T.14 Albany Ollt 44 Or Equity 6.11 Plains Pitt 29 Invest Gr F II.79 I2.H Wast Explor .14 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Seeiritici of Caiada) LAST BID OR SALE e.m. GuotK) MINI! a.m. 4uotej) .11 VH IS, 2.30 .24 II.M 2.61 1.61 19.50 l.H 1.35 1.55 1.45 .12 .32 l.2i 1.10 Z9.SO .04 41.29 .07 .71 130 3.15 14.50 TO 109 Vt 109 109 lOlli 101 NEW! 'ByOmFiwcettt) AN Ainu CONTROL SYSTEM, NOW WINS DE- VELOPED, WILL PERMIT USE OF LEADED 3ASOLINE WHILE ELIMINATING OF LEAOArWOTrSRrWnaMTES. THE EXHAUST FLOW THROUSH LUMPED TnOTMER AND KKHTEDINARtSEfNOIR... Aci Advocet Asb. Akallcho Bralorne Broulin Bethlenem Brunswick Canide Tung. Casslar Central Pit. Chlmo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cr-lgmonf Dlckenion Minn Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donilda Discovery Mines East Malartlc East Sullivan Falconbrldge FroMi First Mirltlmn Giant YX Bovls Granduc Headway R.L. Holllnner Hudson Bay M-S 21.00 Hydra Ex Iron Bly ISO Jollet Quebec Kerr Addlson Key Anicon Labrador Lake Shore Langls silver Madsen R L. Malartlc G.F. Martin McNMly Meclntyrl Mela Mldrlm Intern Mogul New West Home New Alhona Ntw Cafumef W. Hone Copper Noranda Norlhgalc 23.00 .21 27.SO WOO 3.00 .11 1.31 .24 Norlex Oslsko Pine Point Placer Dev. P. C. Quebec Mm Riyrock Ridlore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherrltt Gordon Silver Miller steep Rock Tele Corp. Texmont Upper Canada Western Minn Wright HlrgrnvM us WIMroy 70 Windfall 10'fe Bear 4.55 Zenmec .07 INDUSTRIALS a.m. Quoin) Ablllbl Alcan Atco MV' Dome Pett Dofiico CAB fi of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Gr Pap U.12V4 Gulf Oil CHI 7.J5 Greyhound HiwKer Sid 0.5V] Huron, Erlo 2.40 Hlnm walk Imptrlil oil Imaici Int Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int UtlllllM Indust Accept Kfllr A Loeb Metro slorH Missey McMillan Bin Corp Molsont A Molioni B 5.10 172 3.0S 7.7S 10.75 Ball Til Brizll Trie B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Valley CAE Ind Cdn Brew _, Chemcell 20'A col Cel Cal Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indus! Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn VIcKers Comlnco Cons Bath Cons Gas Cdn Nat Gas Dlst Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores 7.S5 l.M 3.00 7.30 3ISO 3.35 1.40 .16 1025 34.75 6.20 5i st Lav; Corp CDA 29 75 Simpson's Simp Sean 7 62ft Sreel of Cm Selkirk A 3.00 Texaco 27.42'A' Op A 1.15 Trans Mtn Pp 1i.1V', Trim Cm Pp Union Gas 40.00 Union Oil 3.00 Versatile Mlg 10.1M westeel 29.S214 union Cir 14.75 Weston's B 25.50 Woodward's A 1.75 West Cdn sd 6.U Zenith Elec 2100 BANK! 3125 or, Imperlil 24.7S Montreil Nova Scotia 23.17ft Royil IS.7J Tor-Dom 33.00 25.00 16.75 7150 5.25 82.00 17.00 21.00 17.00 it.a'ii 45.00 32.7S 21.00 33.00 31.30 I.B7Vi 45.25 Z0.12'A t.m 3.70 17.50 13.50 40.I7VI 22.00 22.00 14.8714 <.62Vi 7.25 17.75 J0.12W 17.0) 30.12V1 31.W 4000 17.62Vi 33.25 19.00 14.SO 46.00 4.85 16.00 15.50 17.17'A 26.00 4.50 2.95 27.3714 20.25 J1.87VS 32.37V1 OTTAWA (CP) Impressiv achievements are being made the effort to increase and im prove Canadian housing, Urban Affairs Minister Robert Andr said Tuesday. In a statement reviewing housing activities, he noted tha a record units were com pleted in 1971, compared wi in 1970 and 1969. The 1971 achievement ind tales that Canada can meet the Economic Council of Canada target of units a year b 1975, he said. It also indicated the economy could meet the tar get of one million units in ttv 1970-74 period, set by a tas Force on housing. "Apart from quantitative con siderations, there have been many impressive achievement in the past four years in th social aspect of the govern ment's housing Mr Andru said. "There are fewer faTnilies doubled up. There are fCYTer oc rupird dwellings lacking basi facilities such as private bat and toilet. There are fewer d lapidated and obsolete occupied dwellings and there are fewer instances of congestion of livin space in terms of persons per room. New York stocks (Supplied B; Richardson Secnrltlei ef Canada) Amr T ind T Anaconda Beth SlHI Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM Sail In) Harvester Kenn Copper 45.12ft Montgomery Wlrd 21.50 20 Goldi 164.34 up 1 It Tj c) 5Mrs PB.OO 10 Bile Met 44.7P up .03 Sid Oil nt N.J. 74.25 IS W Oils 217.43 Up .31 Texis Gulf 117.12ft Volume CWp iHIW AVHACI, IM.Jl'A Woolworth 40.37ft 30 Indus! 192.01 Oft 2.71 II. mi wulJnglMvsi Elec 20 Rails up .17 26.1714 U.S. Steel 31.17ft II Utilities 116.41 of) .If 29.00 TORONTO AVMAOtt 6! Stocks 312.61 oft 24.73 20 Indust 113.44 up .54 Volume Oil, gas lease sale nets govt. million EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta government received Tuesday from the sale of 97 petroleum and nat- ural gas leases. A Joint bid of for 280 acres 140 miles west of Ed- monton was the highest re- ceived. Amoco Canada Pe- troleum Co. Ltd., Petrofina Canada Ltd., Canadian Superi- or Oil Ltd., Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Co. Ltd., and Mobil Oil Canada, Ltd. combined for the bid. The second highest bid of came from Mobil Oil Canada Ltd. for 640 acres in the same area. Offers were rejected on 24 parcels. To foot bills TOKYO (Reuter) Tokyo city authorities said Tuesday they had decided to bear all medical expenses for about children suffering from illnesses often caused by envi- ronmental pollution, such as pneumonia, asthma and asth- matic pneumonia. "This is not' to say that hous- ing conditions across the coun- try are satisfactory or that have no housing problems. There are still too many Cana- dians, especially in cities, who are badly housed or who have to pay too high a proportion of their incomes for decent shel- ter." Starts were up in each prov- ince, altliough they declined 3.2 per cent in Montreal and 1.6 per cent in the Ottawa-Hull region. The statement said these two areas had "unprecedented ac- tivity in 1970." T-D cuts loan rates TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto-Dominion Bank announced Tuesday a reduction of the Mime mortgage) loan rates to 8% per cent from nine per cent. It was the first change in the rate by a bank since late last year. The reduction bring! the con- ventional rate down to the level of rates guaranteed under tha National Housing Act. The bank announced no change la Jtf SHArate. The move follows the general rend of interest rates during the last two years. Mortgage were above 10 per cent in Al MYCHASIW HAY REALTY LTD. Calgary, Alberta Art you moving to Calgary nd need a tioms. omci in every part of Col. ary new and Hcond owner omes. Coll colled 253.0341 or 64-1054. I'll help you pick ul a home anytime including venings and wtek-endt. Oua to the air traffic controllers' strike) we regret we have been forced to GANG, EL OUR JANUARY 28th NHL HOCKEY WEEKEND Look for one of our iportt weekends at a later date. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE CENTRE VILLAGE MALL FORD DEALERSHIP PARTS MANAGER Required immediately for well established porli operation in louthern Alberta. Appli- cant muit be capable of aiiuming all phases of parti management reiponiibiilliet includ- ing warehousing, itaek control, merchandis- ing and wholesale promotion and personnel supervision. Knowledge of Ford parts system and policies mintial. Salary commensurate with plus annual gross incentive and fringe benefits. All Inquiries strictly con- fidential. For Interview phone Manager at S27-5M1 or write ta BOX 790 MEDICINE HAT. ALBERTA ;