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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Tu.tday, July 11, 1971 Weaker trend at mid-morning TORONTO fCP) Prices to tnosb major sectors oE the To- ronto sloivk market moved mod- erately lower in mid-morning trading today after scoring frac- tional gains during the first hour of trading. The industrial index was down .27 to 202.5C, golds .23 to base metals .07 to 9396 and western oils 1.06 to 2-51.n. Volume by .11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Mon- day. Banking, pipeline, sleel, gen- eral manufncluring, utility, in- dustrial mimr.g and chemical is- sues drifted moderately lower while beverage, real estale, oil reCining and food processing stocks moved higher. Crows Nest Industries was down TB to International Utilities to W4, Asbestos j Corp. ]2 to Rio Algoin U j to nnd Pacific Pete to j ?-W-6. Pan Ocean lost to Prices Included UAL Inc., ofl to American Airlines, off 2Vi at Max Factor, sold nt off I'i and Milton Brad- ley, off Hi to Among Canadians, Distillers Seagrams was down Ji to 539, Dome Mines ]4 to ST73i Inco 10 and Walker-Gooderham 'r (o Canadian Pacific rose 's to On the American Slock Ex- change, Scurry Rainbow gained 11 to 514'a and Brascan to ?22. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicrty. McCmlg Umileil) LAST BID OR SALE WESTERN OILS Asamera Ashland Oil, Ga D. P. Oil, qaj Cdn South Cdn. Cdn. Home. Cdn Ind Gas Cdn Supericr Cdn Long Is Charter ChlellBn Dome Fets Great Plains Great Cdn OH Lochlel Expl North Crin Oil Numac PanCan. Pan Ocean Pclro! Pinnacle Place Ponder RBncer Scurry Rain. Spooner Seibens Total Fein Ulster West Dccalia Wesicodsl a.m. Ciuolesj Husky Oil B Husky OH war ion 7.00 Inter Porv, Plpt 13.50 17.KS Inler Steel Plpt 1375 11.37V4 Kaiser Res. 3.30 5.05 M.G.F, Man. 3.95 Pacific Peli 41.00 rU5 Rainier S.Wi SandwelT Tclcdyne 47.50 7.55 9.M 42.00 30.00 7.00 5.3i> ,1 Cdn Whllendss Yuk. Wesifield 4 00 4 10 6.DO 11.37''' 1.22 a.m. Mutual Gr Invest Gr f Nat Rei N W Fin N W Gr Principfll Gr Rayfund United Ac Unlvirsfll SflV Vanguard Cmnw Vent 5.39 5.93 13.59 714 7.B.1 i 21 5.73 5 89 6..17 5.0; 5.35 6 71 d.9B 7 3J 8.02 5.S4 B 11 8.91 9 n 10.B7 DID 1.45 5.55 9.00 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES CALGARY Atroll Qnrons Oil Madison .11 Norlh Conl. .02 Weil. Warner PIPE LINE STOCKS Alta Gas Trk. K 57.25 Alia Gas 72.50 Alia Nat. Gas 2H.2S Inland Nat Gas 16.01) North. Cent Gns 12.25 Norlh Cent B 25.25 Pac Gas Trans 12.00 Gai Alelro 5.00 Gaz Metro A 7n.OO Trans-Cda 43.75 Trans Pipe B 4D.ro Trans Pipe A HI.DO Trans Pipe War 14.00 Wcslcoasl Trnn 27 rWa West Trans WIs 9.15 VANCOUVER MIMES Alton Atlas Explor Balh Norse Or ends Brycon Churchill Copper Croyden Davenport Dankoo Dolly Varden Dynasly Equltnria! Fort Reliance Glanl Mascot Grnnlsle Lornex Lylton Mineral! Primer Pyramid Silver Standard jxmonl Troubled ARR hit by washouts EDMONTON CD washouts from June floods along 37 miles of Lhc 230-mile Alberta Resources Railway have compounded problems faced by the financially-troub- led railway while the provincial government is trying to rear- range its operation. Major Flood damage Is expected to W. German minister Aqualaine Brlnco CrJn. Brew. A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pac Inv Crowsnosl Ind. Cygnus A Cyqnus B FalconCridge Gensiar Home OIF 25.75 MUTUAL FUNDS Valley Ccppe' 6.631 a All Cdn Com fl 40 918 WC Res 30.50 A, Cdn Cdi April: good month 2S.SD -1 90 Har Oil Hud. Bay Co. Hud. Bay Oil Hud. Bay Pfd. Hugh Russell Husky Oil Vent Amr Gr F AGF Special COn In F Col Mutual Cmnw Inier Cmnw Lov Corp Invesr Si 9.26 10.12 INDUSTRIALS -123 4.62 Block Bros 3 65 15.50 Canadian Tire was up 1 to SSOVi, Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas to i OTTAWA (CP) Helmut i i Schmidt, a senior minister in Bank of Nova Scotia Vi to S36, the West German government, I Inland Natural Gas 1a to S15Ta arrives here Wednesday to and Denison 1 to S33T2. begin a three-day Canadian j visit. i Besides Ottawa, he will call al j Camp Shilo, Man., and Winni- j MTiile In Canada Mr. Schmidt will confer with Defence Minis- ter Edgar Benson regarding the possible use of Sliilo by German troops for training purposes. Mr. Schmidt, former German defence minister, now is minis, ter of finance and economics. i EDMONTON (CP) Busi- jness activity in Alberta during April exceeded levels in the same month last year, Uie Al- berta Bureau of Statistics re- ports. Sales in the agri cultural, manufacturing and petroleum industries increased during April. Farmers' cash receipts to the m i end of April were 33 per cent 1 oronto mines, industrials Nter -7 i Tour mnn is nF 1971. oral line 6.77 7.-13 B.C. Sugar 3-5fl B.C. Sugar i.07 5.56 Capt Inter 6.81 7.JB Creslbrcok 107 15.79 Hys 3.35 3.90 A 29 Cdumbia Brew 3.35 6 73 4.70 Key Induct .66 5.23 5.72 Pacific W Air 2J.B7': 17.50 Dreyfus F U.S. 1115 14.41 Stampede Inll Rss B7 43.50 Gr In Shares i.19 4 OILS 51.50 Gr Equity B.OO 8J9 Albany Oil .51 Inv Mutual 5.BS 6-4Q Plains Pete .21 15.12Vz Mutual Accum 5.0? 6.4B West Explor -.08 (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Cacaila) LAST BID OR SALE (ll-.OD a.m. Quotes) fll'M n.m. s-i to NSI Marketing and Asamera Va to MONTREAL (CP) Only pa- pers moved ahead as prices fell in aJl other sectors in light morning trading on the Mont- real stock market today. On index, industrials lost .23 to utilities .67 to 159.49, banks .28 to 255.05 and the com- posite .33 to 210.72. Papers rose .25 to 88.91. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges was shares compared with at the tame time Monday. Hollinger lost to Inter- national Utilities l lo S44Vi, Rapid Data I to Pacific Petroleum to S-Jl. Dofasco 'J4 to S263-i ,Petrofina Canada ai to Canadian vickers to ers under lbs----------- S12S and Border Chemical '-3 tc I heav3" feeders 100 to 130 lbs I 28.25 to 35.25: heavy feeders a.m. Quoies) MINE? Advocate AiD 1.55 .25 >m IB.75 J.70 Hog sale Monday's sales S75 hogs. All classes of weaner and feeder hogs met good demand. Wean- ers steady to higher. Light Osislio Pine Placer Dev, P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrcck Radiore Rio Algcm feeders under head higher1 over 100 lbs or more higher. Weaners 18 to 19.50; light feed- 100 lbs SI per heavy feeders Graf ton TCKS to Read- ers Digest IVi to Canadian Tire 1 to Texaco Canada to S51, Labatt J-j to and Hudson Bay Oil and Gas h to NEW YORK AP) Tlie stock market posted moderate declines in slow mid-day trading today, as it appeared headed to- wards its third successive losinc session. Losses on the New York Stock over 130 lbs 37.25 to 44.75. All prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs sold from 31 lo 35 per hundredweight; heavy feeders over 100 lbs 26 to 30.25 per hundredweight. Butcher hogs sold Monday at the Leth- bridge yards 32.50 to 32.65 base price. Cenlral Pol Chirra Con'.vest Cons Rambler Coin Lak- Cochencur Cralqmonf DIckenson Mines Denison Mines Deer Hern Dcme Mines Dcnalda Discovery East Fast Sullivan Fake Ocfasco 31. On Cable 'tO.DO Grl Cdn Oil 3.70 Gen Wotors Grl Lakes PD 1.11 Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound 21.75 Hawker Sid Hur Er.e Hiram WalKer Imp Oil Imasca i 05 Inl Nickel .iS Inl Pice 3 75 Inv Grp A Inl Ulil Ind Accept Kelly Doug A 5.JO 1.75 77 9.05 Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Herd way R.l_ Hollintjer JO 00 Hudson Bay M-3 79.75 Hydra Ex. .Jl Ircn Boy ho Joliet Gueb-e Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langls Silver Madsen R.L Malarlic G.F. Martin MtHe-li Maclntyre Midrim Nu West Homes New Alficna New Calumet Horse Coppci Noranda HcrthqalB 1450 Shprrill Go l Silver Wide 1.13 Sleep Rcch. 6.50 Tek Corp. i 05 1.55 Texmcrl .iS .I7'.'i Upoer Conada 1 75 .iS Wcslern Mines 3.15 B.J5 VVriqht Hargreavcs 1.20 3.25 1.15 23.00 Windfall .13 .07 Benr La-b dJ Zenmac .16 Loblavj A 74.00 INDUSTRIALS Met Slores AblMbi 9.0CI Massey Fora Alcan ?0 00 McMillan 2.65 Algome Sleet U.OO Corp 3.J5 Alco Ind 1225 MolsonS A A5.55 Atlantic: Sugar Molsors B 810 Agra Ind 13 B7'A Norlh Cent 7.00 Bell Tel J2.75 Power Corp B.C. Tel Burns D.C. ForP'r B.C. Sugar Bow ird CAE Ind Cdn Brew Cnemccll Col Cell Calgary Coron Credit Gas Pfd 11.00 Cdn Ind 16.25 Cdn Marconi i 75 Cdn Vicken Chrysiei Rothmans 1175 St. Law Corp 70 Shell CDA 21.2S Simpson's 31 Simp Sears SlMl of Cdi Sc-lklrk A Texaco Traders Grp A Trans Mtn PD Trans Cdfl Pp 7.75 J.3Q 1.9S Uni i Gas l.fti H'.SO" C.P.R. frO Cons Balh 9.50 Cons Gas .IBVi Dist Dom Bridga 37J5 Dom j 5.En Dom Stores .30 Dems Pels 12.75 3P.55 15.75 Union Oil Vc-rsalHe Mlg v.'eiJeel Unlm Car Weston's B Woodward's A Wesl Cdn Seed Zenilh Elec 36 37Vi BANKS 29.00 Cdn Imp Montreal 30.50 Nova Scolla Royal Tor-Dom 26.00 7.00 73.00 15.5-0 3.1.25 31 55 J.35 2E.50 75 33 25 27.50 7. a 7 is JJ.fKl 19.00 7.CO 12.37'A a.35 7.12V? 21.00 i A! no 27.50 27.12'A 12.25 11 37'-'3 B.iO 2T.H3 46.00 26.25 39.25 34.25 23 00 50 16.62'-i 24.12V2 iJ.OO 36.75 19.87 IT 36.25 31.75 four mouths of 1971, totalling S28fl million, compared with million. It said forthcoming wheat sales to China and Brazil should ensure continuing improvement from last year. Sales of livestock and produc- ers reached S16B million in the first four months, an increase of 27 per cent. Prices were ex- pected to remain above last year's level for the remainder of 1972. Alberta manufacturers ship- ped goods valued at mil- lion for the first four months of (he year, an increase of al- most 13 per cent. Oil production totalled 160.5 million barrels to Uie end of April, an increase of 19 per cent compared with 1971. The valuo of sales of propane and butane rose 27 and 32 per cent respec- tively, while natural gas sales rose lo million from million. Cumulative produc 11 o n in the coal mining industry also continued to exceed levels of the first third of last year, reaching 3.4 millions tons valu- ed at million. CHher business sectors exper- iencing gains were the building and retail trade industries, the report said. Hoe prices i (CP) Aver- i EDMONTON Exchange were running more j age prices to 11 a.m. provided than 2 to 1 ahead of gams by the Alberta Hog Producers The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 5.72 to The NYSE index dipped .32 to 59.52 and the price change index of the American Stock Exchange was down 09 to 27.19. Livestock report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock mark- et to 11 a.m.; 800 head, mostly slaughter cattle. Trade WEI; active. Slaughter steers were 2i cents higher with sales to 35.70 and over-finished kinds were discounted up to S2. Heifers I were steady; cows were 25 to 50 cenls higher with heilery kir.ds to 28; bulls were strong with sales to 29.50. Choice slaughter steers to 35.GO, good 33.50 to 34.50. medium 31.50 to 33. Choice heifers 32 to 32.50, good 30.75 to j 31.75, medium 29 to 30.50. Gold' cows 23.25 to 26.50, medium 23.50 to 2o, canners and cuttsrs 19 to 2.1. Good bulls 26 to 23. Replacements were mostly fleshy, short-keep steers 300 to 950 pounds and selling steady. No stock calves offered. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 34 to 35.70. Good Block anrl feeder cows 23 to 26. Hogs ba.se price 32.25. Marketing Board: Edmonton 32.30; average Monday 32.45. Red Deer 32.35; average Mon- day 32.43. Calgary 32.35; average Mon- day 32.42. no sales. Average Monday 32.61. Lloydminster no sales; aver- age Monday 32.03 Fairview no sales: average Monday 31.40. Grande Prairie no sales; av- erage Monday 31.70. Total hogs sold Monday 9.332. Average 32.43. Sows average 23.90. Neiv YorU stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Sears n.75 16.371-3 28.03 Anaconda Belh StEel Chrysler Comsat 53.00 Duooflt 12V GM 73.75 GL'lf 1i 25 In't Harvester Kenn Coppe-- 22'.12' Ward 22.12', 10725 2D Golds 321.55 irff E Base Met 93.14 off 116.43V7 IS VI Oils 2J0.76 cff 1.42 of H.J. Texas Gulf Texas Co 31.B7'-; VoJume Corn 33 00 Wolworth 3125 NEW YORK AVERAGES Westingfiouss Elec Indusf 916.55 off 572 US. Steel 29-37W 20 Rails 231.0-1 of( 3.02 15 Ulilllies 107.71 TORONTO sio-ks 30770 20 indust 202 60 off 25 Volume" 3-39 High sky bomb threat fizzles out down at earth MUNICH (AP) Police over- powered an Algerian-bom Frenchman aboard a Lufthansa 727 jetliner Monday night afler he threatened to blow up Uie Board votes are altered plane unless he was given and a parachute, the airlir.es reported today. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) mar- ket was fairly quiet at mid-ses- sion on the Winnipeg Grain Ex- change. Flax was one cent higher on some exporter and comnussion house buying. Hapeseed was higher on cmslier buying and rye was ?fe to 1 higher oo inter-month spreading. Barley was down Jp with some re-selling and was unchanged. Monday's volume of trade was bushels of (lax, 715, 000 bushels of rye and bushels of rapeseed. MID-SESSION Flax: Julv 1 higher 2.SIB; Authorities said A r I a n d a I Oct: l wgher 2M -2Bi Nov- NOW TOU CAN CONVERT 'ICUR BOAT TO AN OUTBOARD PROPELLER OIR DRIVE SIMILAR TO THE BIG EVERGLADE AIR I BOATS. AM 8-HP BSiSINE TURNS] CRANBROOK, B.C. (Special) j Confirmation of 1971 census i has necessiated alterations Bachali, 26, sent an extortion note written in French and Ital- ian to the pilot of a Lufthansa airliner en route from Cologne to Munich uith 53 passengers aboard. Bachali. described as being intoxicated, claimed he carrier! a bag of bomhs to blow up the plane unless he was given the money and a parachute with in- jl 's higher 2.92 3-i; Dec. higher 2.C9B. Vancouver: Sep. 174 higher 2.59 %A; Nov. ft higher 2.GO Jan. higher 2.58 March unchanged 2.55B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July higher 2.46 Oct. un- changed 2.50 %B; Nov. high- er 2.51 Dec. not open. structions in Italian and French. DEEP DUCT WHICH ROTATES FORSTEEHINS... the Regional District ol East j in Mu K o o L e n a y board Each director represents one vote for each population Oals: July unchanged Oct. unclianged Dec. higher 72 ViA- ,07" I nich. pilot Peter HM. 33, talked ABar'er 's lmver g Bachali into releasing half the ,2A; Oct lmver La Dec' 53 passengers. As the passengers filed out. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Loti of minding to do? A wedding A yen to bo creative? Rnnt and Saw with a gorgneirt KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Scars. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centra Village Mall For ComplflU Delaili he represents, or fraction there- of. Cranbrook tops municipal director votes with five, Kim- berley has four, Fernie and Sparv.'oorl two each, and Inver- mere and Elkford one each. Electoral areas have been re- duced from seven to six, with combining of rural Cranbrook and Waniner Fort Slcele, re- presented by chairman Vincent Downey. Census sets population at 413 for the regional district covering the southeast corner of British Columbia north In Spillimachene. Composing it are Cranbrook at Kim- berley Fernie Spar- wood Invcrmere and Elkfored 605 as municipali- ties, Electoral areas Valley Crowsnest Aron B South Country Flathcr.cl I Ml; C combined lalely with two votes; Area rural Kimberley Area F Ta Ta Creek Canal Flat nnd Area 0 w'iimcr- Iladium Edgewatcr three plauiclothes policemen slipped into plane and grabbed Bachali, who offered no resistance, authorities said. A search of Uie aircraft and Bachali's handbag revealed no explosives, authorities said. Beef fulures WINNIPEG beef quotations close Monday. Jly 36.30A; Sep 35.20X; Nov Friday's volume: 22 rrm- tracts. lower J.13 Rye: July liifiher 1.02 3i; Oct. liiRher 1.01 ;8B; Dec. 1 '.'i higher 1.04A. Grain quotes Monday (Basis High Low Close .ny 290 387 290 Oct .Nov 28Mii 289'.i ail5, Uec llapesecd Vancouver Scp 259', 258 239'i 261'i 258 SH-, 257 Xov Mar 2CO AL'SSIES BACK McGOVEIlN ADELAIDE, Australia (Ren- ter) An Australian campaign offering financial support (or Senator George McUovern's presidential bid has been formed in Auslrnlia. Us chair- man is American-horn Leon Lack, a senior university psy- chology tutor here. ConLribu- i.ioas Monday amounlcd lo less than Jly Oct Xav Dec Oats Jly Oct. Dec l Tluimlrr Bay 2-IG' 244 70'4 72 Vi 72S ffl'.a 70 71 '.i llarlry .lly '112 Ocl 1M Dec 114 H.K 246 !i 72V. 72 111% Jly Oct 102-1. 105 102Vi IWl, 101 'A 102% reach millions of dollars and could complicate discussions between the provincial govern- ment and Canadian National Railways to renegotiate a 20- year lease. Under the lease, CM operates the provincinlly-built line and assisis in repaying the million cost through rental on goods handled. The ARR lias never been self- supporting, and a report by provincial financial consultants in February said if is unlikely CN will exercise iLs option lo buy Uie line unless there is an improvement in operating ex- penses. Thirty-seven miles of the track north of Grande Cache were washed out in flic flooding and 23 miles were damaged. Rentals from tonnage hauled over the ARR in 1971 paid for about of the million in annual inlerest charges in the lease. Tlie ARR, the crown agency thai owns the line, had a million deficit last year. A rider in the ARR-CN lease allows for termination of the agreement if deficits occur in three consecutive years of Ihe first five years of operation. If the railway shows a deficit again this year, it would be the third straight year. The track parallels the Smoky River most of the way north of Grande Cache to Grande Prairie People peer al parade while standing 10 rows deep CALGARY (CP) Much of the city failed to go to work Monday morning but a large share nf its residents flocked lo the downtown area for the an- nual Calgary Stampede parade. Police declined to estimate the size of the crowd hut side- walks were jammed with peo- ple up to 10 rows deep along the five-mile route. Others climbed on lo roofs, watched from office buildings or sat on specially constructed TJiree killed in two-car collision GRANDE PRAIRIE. Alta. (CP) HCMP today said three persons were killed and four others injured late Monday night in a two car collision 15 miles northeast of Grande Prairie. No names were released. Police said the head-on colli- sion occurred just before mid- night on a rural road to view Uie march past. Tlie lirst parade enthusiasts hegan arriving doivntown about a.m. and by 7 a.m. thert was a steady flow of white hats and collapsible chairs converg- ing on the route. All the front- row seals were taken well be- fore the parade started. Chief Dan George of Van- couver, honorary parade mar- shall, was escorted along Hie route by Chiefs Hugh Crowchild of the Blackfoofs, George Run- ner of the Sarcees, Tom Yellowhorn of the Pcigans and Will Mark of the Sloneyc. i Stampede attendance not too good CALGARY (CP) Despite warm sunny weather, attend- ance at the Calgary Stampedo dropped Monday to peo- ple compared with last year. Record attendance for a Mon- day was in 1967. total admission so far is 417, 713, down from in 1971 when the record for the entire I show was set at HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effecli CAtL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. DON'T MISS THESE Tremendous Store-Wide Values! "We're proud and happy to be appointed Exclujive WHIRLPOOL LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT DEALERS. Whirlpool, the world'i largest manufacturer of Quality Automatic Washera nnd Dryen. jee the complete line on display.' WHIRLPOOL WASHER Features: Cool-down cars for Permanent Presi fabrics. Three position water level control. Three water temperature leleclieni. Super Surgilator Agitator. Introductory Offer Christmas in July Special Whirlpool Electric Dryer 5168 Christmas in July Special Only 2 pee. high-back, pillow nrm sofa oncl choir. Heavy durable upholstery. Suggested Selling S'fJOQ 9B CHRISTMAS IN JULY SELL-A-BRATION.............. 1 only Kroehler love Seat. Pillow back, upholstered in ribbed velvet of high quality. Suggested Selling CHRISTMAS IN JULY SELL-A-BRATION. 4 pee. Chesterfield featuring floral and tweed upholstery. Sofa, hi-back chair, ladies' chair and ottoman. Suggested Selling flfl CHRISTMAS IN JULY SELL-A-BRATION 4 PCS, Kroehler Spanish ityle sofa and chair. Heavy Gold Velvet. Suggested Selling SOOQ 50 CHRISTMAS IN JULY SELL-A-BRATION OO3 MANY OTHER CHRISTMAS IN JULY VALUES. BEDROOM SUITES 3 pr.e. Walnut Suite, twin-mirror, triple dresser, 5 drawer chest. Suggested Selling 00 CHRISTMAS IN JULY SELL-A-BRATION.............. Matching Night Toble 39.95 Heavy Spanish Oak 3 piece suite: Twin mirror, triple dresser, door chest, headboard. Floor slightly marked. Suggeited Selling CHRISTMAS IN JULY SELL-A-BRATION MANY OTHER CHRISTMAS IN JULY VALUES. Ranch siza 9 pee. metal dinetts featuring 42" x 86" table, 8 sturdy chain, vinyl upholstered. Suggeited Selling CHRISTMAS IN JULY SEU-A-BRATION....... OVER 30 MORE DINETTES AT CHRISTMAS IN JULY PRICES. STORE HOURS: MON., TUE5., WED., SAT. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. THURS. AND FRI. 9 till 9 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS: FREE DELIVERY ;