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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 16, 197! THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Market advances moderately higher TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market moved moderately higher in all sectors in moderate mid-morn- ing trading today. On index, industrials were up 69 to 177.62, golds 1.58 to 174.84, base metals .12 to S3.37 and western oils 1.50 to 231.74. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Thurs- day. Strongest sectors were bank- ing oil refining, steel and mer- chandising. Comn'.unication, pipeline, utility and general manufacturing issues drifted fractionally lower. Advances outnumbered de- clines 117 to 75, with 197 issues unchanged. Inco rose 1 to Beaver Engineering to Cana- dian Tire A to Scurry- Rainbow to Labatt to and Tara to _ Pacific Pete was up Vz at Bow Valley to S27, Labrador Mining to Central-Del Rio to and Bell to Dominion-Scottish lost 3 to Sherritt V, to Moore Vt to Thomson News- papers -Vs. to CP Ltd. to and Northern and Central Gas to Abitibi dropped Vs to Can- ada Cement to Nationa Drug Vt to Noranda Vs to Western Broadcasting to and Texaco to PRICES UP MONTREAL (CP) Prices were up fractionally in Ugh trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on to Montreal and Canadian Stocl Exchanges at 11 a.m. wa. shares compared witi at the same time Thurs day. On index, the composite gained .63 to 179.69. Industrials rose 1.46 to 182.27, utilities dropped 2.15 to 153.06, banks Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Kaadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE 22.37V: 12.50 7.25 S.fiO 4.25 B.95 17.00 (rose .49 to 206.79 and papers gained .13 to 80.11. Highlighting gains on the Vtontreal Stock Exchange, Ca- adian International Power rose to International Nickel to and Credit Foncier to Among losers, Asbestos rapped to and GIL to 13. On the Canadian Stock Ex- hange, Pacific Nickel Mines ropped Vz cent to 41% cents on shares. GIVEN BOOST NEW YORK (AP) The lock market got a boost today rom apparent investor enthusi- asm over President Nixon's tending trip to Communist a.m. Quotes, WESTERN OILS Almlnex 5.8 Alto East Gas Asamera Ashland Oil. Ga B. P. Oil, Gas Cdn Southern Cdn Export Gas Cdn Homestead Cdn Home Pfd. Cdn Ind Gas, OH HJ7Vi Cdn Long Is. .69 Cdn Superior "1300 Central Del Rio Charter Chlottan Domo Pete Dynamic Pete Great Plains Lochiel Explor Mill City New Cent North Cdn Oil Permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Soooner Total Petrol. West Decslta 16.00 6.1 S 105.50 1 0.1 3-1.00 1.32 1.62 .73 7.95 10.00 .62 1.23 .66 V-IO 49 15.25 19.50 2.00 7.60 6.45 e.m. eu Hugh Russell Husky oil Husky oil B Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pipe Inter steel Pipe Cdn Occidental Joutel Kaiser Kam Kotla Lake Dufault L Ont Port Cc MGF Manane Mentor Newccnct Pacific Hete Rank organ Selkirk Hold Shell Cdn Shell Inv Pfd Shel' liw Wts Sicki Rah'-r Teledyne Wesl Cdn seed Whltepass VL11' CAtOAK', Acroll Barons North Cont Madison West Warner Civic workers i won't be paid for storm time 17.25 42-iO 7.50 7.00 10.00 .75 6.00 .69 14.25 2.20 1.90 .91 5.60 33.50 23.50 15.50 37.25 37.12% 2.75 4.95 12.75 Corp Invest 5.48 5.99 Corp Invest 5 F 5.1'. 5.58 Dreyfus F U.S. 12.--.' 13.91 6..S5 7.19 S "2 '.J 3.99 UCi 11.M S "5 5.85 5 i-l 6.04 5 Jl 5.95 Grow Equity Group Income Invest G F invest Mut Mutual Accum Mut Grow F Not Resources 7 54 B.24 N. W. Finance '..76 5.23 N W. Growth fi.54 6.09 Principal Grow -'.dZ AM Royfund 5.62 5.B4 Templeton Gr 26.98 29.49 United Accum 5.32 Universal Sav 7.34 3.07 VANCOUVER MVt -34Vi Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explore Balhurst Beth Copper Block Bros B rend a B.C. Sugar B.C. Sugar Pfd Captain internal Churchill Copper Columbia .06 Trading was moderate. The noon Dow Jones average f 30 industrials was up 3.65 to 892.52. Inco :.dded to among Canadian issues, while Distillers Seagrams added to Mclntyre Porcupine lost 2 to S101 and Walker Gboderham i On the Americas Stock Ex- change, Scurry Rainbow added to Brascan to and Canadian Javelin to Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Ei'monton 20.90. Average Thu-sday 20.91. Red Deer: No sales. Aver- age Thursday 21.31. Calgary: 20.80 average Thurs day 21.30. Lethbridfe: No sales. Av- erage Thursday 21.19. Lloydminster; No sales. Av erage Thursday 20.70. Total hogs sold Thursday Average 21.01. Total sow's sold 82, average 12.55. Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m. today about 460 head; mostly replacement cat- tle and slaughter cows. Trade was active. No choice slaughter steers or heifers were offered, with other grades selling steady with Thursday's close; U.S. moves gas from Okinawa NAHA, Okinawa (AP) The United States Army began mov- ing today about tons of mustard gas from Okinawa to Johnston Island in the mid-Pa- cific, 700 miles southwest of Ha- waii. Officials said five truck con- voys took 630 tons of gas in sealed steel cannisters to the transport Sea'Lift and that another 600 tons will be moved to the ship each day for the next four days. Washington has promised to remove the gas before the is- land is returned to Japan next year. The army assured Okinawans living along the s e v e n -m i 1 e route to the pier that all precau tions were taken to assure their safety. Nevertheless, many per sons left their homes. cows were mostly medium am canner kinds at steady prices Good slaughter steers 30.75 t 31.75, medium 29.50 to 38.50 Good heifers 27 to 27.75, me- dium 26 to 27. Good cows 21.5 to 22.50, medium 20.50 to 21.50 canners and cutters 19 to 20.25 Replacements were most] Yearling steers and heifers sel ing at steady prices. Stock alves were mostly medium kinds at steady prices, quality considered. Good feeder steers less tha 50 pounds 33 to 35, more tha 50 pounds 31 to 33. Good feec r heifers less than 575 pSunc Jl to 31.10. A few good stoc teer calves 38 to 40. A fe ood stock heifer calves 31 34. Hogs base price 20.80. RED EXERCISES END PRAGUE (Reuter) Czecho- slovak, Soviet and Polish air and anti-airerait units ended eight days of manoeuvres it Czechoslovakia yesterday Ceteka News Agency said. Th exercise "contributed to th perfection of methods of co-op eration between allied Coteka said. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Agra Indus tco Indus quatalne rtt Nfld Corp dn Brew A dn Brew B dn Hydro Car 9.95 7.75 27.12VI S.8J.V: 30.00 43.75 73.00 17.50 13.00 15.75 14.00 32.50 6.00 66.00 33.00 10.25 dn Pa'cTnvPfd 24.00 PR Pfd rowsnest Ind ygnus A yonus B ;t. Oil Sands Gt. Sands 6-75 lome Oil A Home Oil B torne, Pllfield ludson Bay Co. Hudson Bay Oil J7.50 6.00 6.00 12.00 6.25 100.00 34.50 32.87'A 2.25 47.50 lud Bay Oil Pfd 58.00 HPE LINE STOCKS Alta G T L A Alta G T L Pfd Altn Nat Gas Cdn Nat Gas Inland Nat Gas Nort and Cent Pec Gas Trans N and C Pfd Gaz Metro Gai Metro Pfd Trans Cdn P Trans Cdn P Pfd Trans Cdn Pfd A <52.00 Traiv P War 9.80 Weslcoast Trans 26.75 West Pac MUTUAL FUNDS A.G.F, Special 3.03 All D'D All Cdn Divid Ail rc.r, Vent American G F 6.06 6.65 Cdn Invest F 4.57 5.01 Collect Mut 6.51 7.14 rommon Inter Id." 15.54 Common Lev 3.73 4.10 3.55 7.35 20.00 16.00 1.05 CoronaTion "Credit 1.00 Crestbrook T Ind AM Croyden .18 Dolly varden -30 Dynasty Fort Reliance .52 Giant Masrvl 5.65 Granisle 11-121 Growers B 2.75 Key Indust Hys Interior international Mar Kamloops Copper Lornex Lylton Mir-erals Hew imp Mines Proposal to limit price hikes cautiously okayed 2.15 4.75 .83 -09V 6.10 2.05 .85 MONTREAL (CP) Civic employees who took the ad- vice of their boss, Mayor Jean Drapeau, and stayed home during a severe snowstorm last March will not be paid for the days they missed, an Thursday, arbitration board ruled here. The Union of Municipal Em- Industry ployees, describing the storm as an act of God, argued that the mayor made frequent radio appeals to citizens to stay home and not use their cars during the storm. About 60 pel- cen of the city's employees showed up for work the first day of the storm March 4, and only 40 per cent appeared the second day. Mayor Drapeau told the board he did not begin asking citizens to stay home until noon of the first day. Further- more, those employees who appeared for work were sent home at p.m. (CP) Proposals] Most commentators said the n_ IYI iTflflfi by major British industries to limit future price increases as a means of curbing inflation- similar in some ways to a Cana- dian movf last re- ceived with cautious approval "hursday. Under the proposals, the pow- erful Confederation of British Industry will ask 200 of the country's largest firms to sip written commitments to restrict price increases to five per cent or less in the next year. 9.60 10.49 3.8! OKanagan Hellcop S.IJ'A Plains Pete .28 Prlm.r .10 pyramid -63 Silver Standard 1.40 Texmont Trojan West Mines 3.25 Westcoast Res .08 West Explore .17 Utlca .32 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Cauadr LAST BID OB SALE a.m. TORONTO MINES ei 22.75 2.15 1.25 9.60 1.80 V5 OS Acme Advocate Asb Akaitcho Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung Cassiar Central Pat Chimo Conwest Cons Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Denison Mines Dickenson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Discovery Mines East Malarctlc East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Maritlmes Giant Y. K. Bovls Dranduc Headway R. L. Holllnger Hudson B M S Hydro Ex Iron Bay Iso Joliet Quebec Kerr Addlson Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen R. L. Malarcllc G. F. Martin McNesly Maclntyre' Mela Mldrlm Intern Mogul New West Homes 8.50 Hew Athona .14' New Calumet -53 New Imperial .82 Noranda Northgate a.m. Quotes) Norlex Oslsko Patino Pine Point .40 21.50 30.75 1.07 .17 1.55 P- C. Exp 25 Quebec Man 16 8716 Rayrock 5'5S Radicore 2 05 Rio Algom Roman Corp Sherritt Gordon Steep Rock Tek Corp m. Texmont -ou Upper Canada 1.91 Western Mines 3.25 Rgg Wright Hargreaves 1.31 Wilroy l.UO Windfall .09W Yellowknlie Bear 5.80 Zenmac .10V3 INDUSTRIALS 15.75 6.50 16.12% 2.50 6.20 66.00 .99 i rs .1.15 99.00 .23 1.05 8.75 1.90 G.50 Abiflbl Alcan Aigoma Steel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B-c- Sugar 21.37'A CAE lnd Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulose Cai Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indust Canda S S Cdn Marconi Cdn VicKers Chrysler CPR Comlnco Cons Bath Cons Gas DIst See Dom Bridge Domfar Dom Textile Dom Stores 34.62Va Dome Pete 9-70 Dofasco V 3.15 '33 8.05 .33 39.00 3.20 .16 .82 .70' 8.00 92.00 .13 .22 10.75 7.00 21.00 12.75 7.75 7.25 46.62V? 62.75 13.37'A 79.25 20.00 4.50 7.00 5.00 3.95 27.1 1.05 11.00 12.75 32.00 3.05 10.00 26.00 6150 23.00 8.87V4 52.15 24.25 13.25 17.75 1300 105.53 23.75 Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Gt Lakes Pap Gulf OH Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huion, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentide Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Metro Stores Massey Fera McMillan Bloe Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B North, Cent Power Corp Price Co Rothmans St Law Corp Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Sears Steel or Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfg Westeel Union Car Weston's B Woodward's A Wet Cdn Sd Zenith Elec Quotes) 13.00 Farm wages highest in B.C. move may force major trade unions to take similar voluntary action to limit wage increases, freeing the government's hands to stimulate Britain's sagging economy without setting off a renewed round of inflation. Commentators hedged their reactions, however, with warn- ings that voluntary "income pol- icies" in Britain have been a dismal failure in the past. Some noted that a voluntary undertaking last year by lead- in" Canadian businesses to re- strict price increases has not been highly successful and has d b similar Toronto No. 1 in flight business w.o 6.05 80.50 16.12V3 23.75 14.00 2.65 J1.75 37.00 19.75 35.00 28.00 8.00 38.25 8.25 4.00 S.50 40.50 10.62'A 36.75 18.50 18.2! 15.87V: 5.37'A 7.50 11.00 19.00 37.1TO 20.25 24.00 15.50 32.50 13.75 23.75 33.25 15.75 44.50 4.35 11.75 17.75 17.50 23.50 4.55 1.65 not been matched by labor commitments. bor commmen. Unlike the Canadian situation, the British proposal makes no provision tor a government aody, such as the prices and in- comes commission, to supervise the industries' The CBI would monitor the pricing policy of the firms con- cerned, under the British pro- posal, but there will be no for- nal policing mechanism. The Financial Times says: _ "This is a brave initiative but... it will not be possi- ble to mcunt a operation and some companies, with or without justification, will raise their prices by more than five per cent. The Daily Express says the government now is free to take widespread expansionary ac- tions as a result of the in- dustrial move. "The unions in fact are put on the cpot. _____ OTTAWA (CP) The num- ber of air passengers on sched- uled flights within Canada rose about 17 per cent to 12.2 million in 1970 from 10.4 million in 1969, says the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Toronto led all Canadian cit- ies in traffic volume handled with 2.2 million passengers, about 18.s per cent of the na- tional total. It was also first in 1969. Montreal ranked second with 1.6 million passengers and Van- couver was third with 1.2 mil- lion travellers. Others in the 10 top cities were Calgary, Edmonton, Win- nipeg, Ottawa, Halifax, Quebec and Regina. All showed in- creases over 1969. The Montreal-Toronto route was the most heavily used in the country in 1970 and it was in 1969. It was followed by Otta- wa-Toronto, Calgary-Edmonton. Toronto-Winnipeg and Calgary- Vancouver. OTTAWA help in Canada costs an average of an hour plus board. May figures reported Thurs- day by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics show that last year farmers could hire a hand for 32 an hour and the year be- fore for as long as they provided room and board. With- out board, farm workers aver- age an hour this year. Last year they were paid compared with in 1969. The average rales are based on cash wages paid to male hired help on farms May 15. The rates reflect the average of wages paid to all such workers regardless of age or skill, the bureau says. Highest-paid farm workers are in British Columbia, where the going rate is an hour plus board. Ontario is second highest at Wages on the Prairies range from in Al- berta to in Manitoba. Sas- katchewan hands earn The average wage east of the Ontario border is an hour. Money for oil exiporation no longer all Alberta's ANKS Can Imperial 22.75 Montreal 15.62'A Nova Scotia 26.00 Royal 27.12'A Tor-Dom 25.7J Neiv York stocks Sunplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont Gen Motors Gulf Int Harvest Kenn Copper Montgom W 88.50 20 Golds 171.66 off 1.60 7800 10 Base M 93.47 up .22 15 West O 231.90 up 1.66.. Volume 18.25 Std 0 of N.J. 22.62Vz Texas Gulf 26.25 Texas Co. 72.50 Wicks Corp 142.25 Woolworth Westlnghouse El 32.00 U.S. Steel rvona fit.11 "f S TORONTO AVERA6ES 1S 35.50 YORK AVERAGES 30 Indust 891.57 up 2.70 30.67'A 20 Rails 217.71 up .34 15 Ulilitles 118.61 up .Ifi 65 Stocks 300.28 up .69 Egg prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and poultry report: Eggs To producers A large 35; A medium 29; A small 29; B 10; C 6; cracks 6. To retailers A large 47; A medium 41-42; A small 28- 29; B 28-27; C 20-21; Cracks 20-21. To consumers (in car- tons) A large 53-54; A medium A small 35-38. Poultry To producers, Live No. 1 chicken broilers, 21. Fowl under 4, 5. Turkey Under 12, 12 to 18, over 18, 24. Live No. 2 chicken broilers, 18. Turkey Under 12, 12 to 18, over 18, 22 Grains school officially launched WINNIPEG (CP) The Ca- nadian Grains Institute, a school providing comprehensive courses on all aspects of grain marketing, handling, transpor- tation and processing, today was officially launched. It was formally established with the signing of a memoran- dum of agreement by G. N. Vogel, chief commissioner of the Canadian wheat board, and H. D. Pound, bead of the grain commission. The institute, with provision for about 60 Canadian and for- eign participants, will be locat- ed in the grain commission's building under construction now on Main Street near Portgage Ave. The institute aims to promote use of Canadian grains abroad. Plans were announced in May by Otto Lang, minister respon- siK for the Canadian wheat board, and Agriclture Minister H. A. Olson. TORONTO (CP) Alberta must stop relying so heavily on the oil and gas industry for its prosperity, the leader of the provincial Progressive Conserv- ative party said Thursday. Peter Lougheed, appearing on the CBC television program En- counter, said there has been a shift of exploration money from the province to tiie Canadian Arctic and "we have got to off- set that because it's really been what we have been coasting on in terms of our economy for the last decade." He said this could be done both by attracting other indus- try and luring back the oil and gas companies. "You're not going to entirely lure them he added, I think what we can do is get a lot of new money, perhaps in new activity involved in ex- ploration, give some tax incen- tives to Canadian independen companies to drill and explore.' Mr. Lougheed also suggested there was a need for a Cana dan Wheat Board where provin- cial governments had an equal voice with the federal govern- ment in policy direction. He said that if he were elected premier he would want ;o get into the field of whest marketing since the priority of western agriculture was too low In the scale of national priori- tics. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Thursday. Open High Low Close Jly 34.50 34.50 Sep 32.00 32.10 31.90 32.10 Nov 31.50 32.50A Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Maritime potato futures Thursday. Open High Low Close Nov 2.25A Mar 2.05A Apr 2.70A May 3.05A ByGeneJFawcette AN OUT-OF-BVLANCE MOTOR CYCLE WHEEL, UNCCWFORTABLE AT 40 AND DAMSERCUS AT 60 MPH NOW BE CORRECTED IN MINUTES BYSIMPLY IN- JECTING A NEW FLUID INTO THE TIRE. AFTER ABOUT A MILE OF RIDING, THE FLUID SETS WITHINTHE TIRE COUNTER- BALANCING THE VIBRATION Z13S tor furtktr infermalion Itnd Ilemptl, iBlUddnutti to NEWI Coflodo 245 St. strtl! Montmol SOO-SECURITY MOTORWAYS LTD. BARRY G. WORDEN Pcu! Muley, Sales Manager, Soo-Se-urity Motorways Ltd., announces the appointment of Barry G. Warden as Representative for Southern Alberta, including Lethbridgs and Medicine Hat. Mr. War- den, who will have his head- quarters in Lethbridge, h n t been with the company since 1957, most recently as Sales Representative in Regina. Grain price review WINNIPEG (CP) Rape-] seed prices held near the ses- sion's highs at mid-session on he Winnipeg Grain Exchange ,oday on small exporter buying and commission house activity on both sides of the market. Trade was fairly thin at times. Barley fell off on large selling by a United States bouse while rye maintained 'ractional to one-cent advances in fair exporter trade. Thursday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rapeseed, of e. Mid-session prices Flax: July Vt higher Oct. Vt higher Nov. higher 2.47A, Dec. Vt higher May higher liapcseed Vancouver: July 4% higher 3.26B. Sept. 4% higher 3.1614B, Nov. 4 higher Jan. 3% higher 3.03 %B, March 3% higher Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 2% higher Dec. 2 higher 2.87B, May 2 higher Oats: July higher TOiA. Oct. Vt higher Dec. higher May not open. Rye: July 1 higher 1.06A, Oct. higher 1.07V4B, Dec. higher 1.07% A. Barley: July unch 1.20A, Oct. unch Dec. Vs. higher 1.16A, May uoch Prices for class two wheat 'or expori to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.83; 2 1.81; 3 1.76; 1.73; 1 Durum 2 3 l.nVs; 4 IGA prices: 1 Nor 1.83; 2 181; 3 L.76; 4 1.73; 1 Durum 2 3 4 Low Close DRUG DEPARTMENT MANAGER The Calgary Co-operative Asociation has an immediate opening for a licensed pharmacist to manage' a Drug De- partment In a modern Shopping Centre. Previous manage- ment and merchandising experience would be an assel but assistance and training is available in these areas. This position offers an excellent hours arrangement plus the opportunity for a recent graduate to accept new chal- lenges. Apply In writing stating full details of previous experience tot PERSONNEL MANAGER CALGARY CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 8818 MACLEOD TRAIL CALOARY 13, ALTA. High ..Flax Jly 241 Vs Oet 247% NOV 247 246 Dec 2-16% 246 May 256 255% Rapeseed Vancouver Jly 332V4 326 Sep 317% 312 Nov 310 307 Jan 30514 302'A Mar 296% 294'A 241% 247% 246% 246% 255% 332 316 308% 304 Vs 295% Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct SOW 307V4 309 Dec 294% Oats Jly Oct 75% Dec 75% May Barley Jly Oct 117% Dec HGVs 115 May 113% 112% Rye Jly 106'A 106 Oot 108% 107% Dec 103'A 117% 74% 115% 75 74% 76 119% 115% 115 112% 107 JOIN IN THE FUN AND EXCITEMENT OF CHUCKWAGON RACES AND RODEO THURS., SAT.-7 P.M. STAGE SHOW GRANDSTAND MON., TUES., WED. AT .PM. CASINO Open Daily 12 noon to 2 a.m. ROULETTE, BLACKJACK, CROWN AND ANCHOR, ETC, WHOOP-UP COMPOUND CHILDREN'S ZOO AND THE WORLD" EXHIBITS GALORE ARTS, CRAFTS, COMMERCIAL AND AGRICULTURAL GIANT PARADE MONDAY, 9.30 a.m. HON. PARADE MARSHAL IT, -GOV. GRANT MqcEWAN GATE ADMISSION To all aetlvitlet on grounds Including horse races: Under 7-Free GRANDSTAND ADMISSION Stage Show Chuckwogon Races Rodeo Reserved Seats 1.50 and 2.00 Rush 1.00 Whoop-up Package 5.00 in Lethbridge JULY 19th thru 24'h BEER GARDEN OPEN DAILY FROM 12 NOON THE IRISH TRAVELLING PEOPLE Mon., Tuej., Wed. from 5 p.m. TABER POLKA BAND Thuri., Fri., Sal. from 5 p.m. ADMISSION Sl.OO YOUTHARAMA CoffaB Home Open Daily from 2 Tuei. ond Thurs.-Youth Crealion p.m. Falhlon Show-Won., Wed., Frl. ot 7 p.m. Open Air Dance-Sal, THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACES Daily 2 p.m. EXHIBITION RACETRACK PARI-MUTUEL BETTING Horses from Montana, Idaho and Western Canada THOMAS SHOWS MIDWAY RIDES SHOWS GAMES FUN ;