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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LEIHBRlDGi HtitAlO June J, llecortl proposals have special siguif icaiic c for made by 3 auto reform for world The Big Three North can auto manufacturers KEVIN existed during the lo as the "rich recently, the underde- record sales during May in (CP) discussions is has held regular countrHs have ada. Dealers for General Motors 1943 Anglo-American negotiations, which laid case, it has been overshadowed by at the ministerial or deputy-minister level to decide up their long-standing demands for a voice in man- Canada Ltd. sold cars and trucks during May, up 15.2 per cent over sales the for Ihe current international monetary system, a malicious bit of poetry in the world system of trade and finance during the lasl few years and of handling the latest monetary crisis or trade world finance in addition lo their representation in the International Monetary among alterations, now three meetings Representatives from Molor Co. of Canada Ltd. almost and December countries contend that taled units, with a Washington, latest proposals for for example, they IMF is a relatively inef- per-cent gain over the previous whispered lo Lord ot the system have a special significance for out a temporary solution to the difficulties body whose policies are largely determined by the A 30.7-per-cent increase true they have and other members of the U.S. decision to of 10. dealers for Chrysler but we have of 10 leading dollar's gold argue that their liveli- Lid. pushed sales to industrial impose a 10-per-cent is vitally dependent on and trucks for May this such rivalry years, this group, on many functioning of the interna- SAVE WITH THESE EVERYDAY LOW PRICES AT THE CHESTERFIELD SUITES MODERN STYLING, wooden arms, moulded back, orange color. Reg. EVERYDAY PRICE MODERN STYLING, wooden arms, rubberized fabric for easy care, blue color. Reg. EVERYDAY PRICE MODERN STYLING, durable fabric, ruity color. Reg. EVERYDAY PSICE MODERN SECTIONAL SUITE. All nylon cover- ing. Reg. 5539. EVERYDAY PRICE CONTEMPORARY STYLING. Cut velvet.