Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Pildoy, June 17, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Toronto Market Falls Sharply TORONTO (CP) The To- ronlo stock market fell sharply in light mid-morning trading today. This is the second consecutive session of sharp decline. On index, industrials were down 1.11 to 151.51, base metals .26 to 89.56 and western oils .73 to 131.15. Golds advanced .17 to 156.53. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from shares at the same time Thursday. Lasses outnumbered gains 118 to 55 with 139 issues unchanged. The market has been torpid since Monday. Trading has pro- ceeded at a snails' pace, with volume at a 1970 low on Wednesday. Analysts attribute the large price slide to price concessions given to bolster buying of shares. Observers believe many investors are waiting for a firm upward trend before buying or selling stocks. Heaviest losses were in bank, merchandising and oil refining sectors. Among declining issues, Fal- conbridge was down to 133Va, Glendale 60 cents to TransCanada PipeLine to Moore to 29, Home A to Inco to 39 and Trans Mountain Pipelines to 14S. CPR gained to 57, Sherritt to 17'A and Canadian Supe- rior Oil to 23. MARKET SLIl'S MONTREAL (CP) The Montreal stock market slipped lower in light early trading Beef Futures WINNIPEG (OP) The Win- nipeg live beef futures market was inactive Thursday with the July close 10 points above tne previous day's close. Open High Low Close Wed. Jly 31.00 31.25 31.00 31.00 30.90 Sep 29.25 29.25 28.87A Nov 28.80A 28.80A Jan 28.80A 28.80A Potato Prices WINNIPEG (OP) The Mari- time potato futures market was inactive Thursday witii offers at previous close levels but no buyers. Open High Low Close Wed. Nov 2.30A 2.30A Mar 2.62B 2.62 Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. today provided by the Alberta Hog Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted and sell- ing 27.75. Thursday's average 28.20. Red Deer: No sales. Thurs- day's average 28.08. Colgary: Quoted and selling 28.10. Thursday's average 28.26. Lethbridge: Quoted and sell- ing 28.05. Thursday's average 28.19. LI oy d minster: No sales. Thursday's average 27.53. Grande Prairie: No sales to- day or Thursday. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 189. Hogs sold Thursdoy at av- erage 28.18. Sows at all points1 21. JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF ALAN MELROSE Alan has lived most of his life in tcthbridgc, receiving Ilis oducation horo. He is an ardent golfer and curler being a mem- ber of the Henderson take Golf Club and Ihe tethbridgc Curling Club. He is also a member of Ihe Associated Canadian Travel- lers. Alan has had 5 years sales experience and is well known to many. He invites all his mony friends and acquaintances to see him at Bony's (or their every motoring need. today with banks leading the decline. Banque Canadienne Nationale was off to 11, Royal Vt to 21 Vi and Montreal Vs to Stelco, off to 21, said it has teen awarded a "substantial" contract to supply steel pipe to Explorer Pipeline Co. of Tulsa, which is building a pipeline. Value of the contracl was not disclosed. Among senior mines and oils, Dome Petroleum fell 1% to Falconbridge Vt to 132% and Central Del Rio 14 to 10. On index, industrials were off .91 to 151.90, utilities .26 to 123.87, banks 1.28 to 167.07 and the composite .82 to 148.48. Pa- pers were up .08 to 84.49. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges was shares at 11 a.m. compared with at the same time Thursday. PRICES FIRMING NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices began firming slightly, but remained lower in light early afternoon trade today. At noon the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials was off 4.18 at 680.24. Earlier it been down more than 5 points. Declines led advances on the New York Stock Exchange by more than 3 to 1. Stocks were lower in all cate- gories. At noon the Associated Press 60-stock index was off 2.1 at 234.8. Among Canadians, Dome Mines fell Inco Vi and Walker Gooderham Yz. Massey was up Va and Granby Mining Canadians on the American Stock Exchange included Bras- can, up Vs, and Canadian Jav- elin Scurry-Rainbow fell 'A.' Uneconomic Carcasses Left Over BANFF (CP) A livestock- scientist says high fat content demanded in the present beef grading system leaves the re- tailer with a large percentage of uneconomic carcass. Dr. Howard Fredeen, live- stock director at the Lacombe Federal Research Station, told about 100 agricultural econom- ists that a new grading system being considered is based on lean meat and age of the ani- mal. Present choice grade car- casses have more fat than good or standard carcasses he said, yet consumers want lean meat. And, the present top grade yields less meat per carcass. Dr. Fredeen was speaking at a workshop of the Canadian Agricultural Economists' Soci- ety. He said it is less costly to produce good or standard grades because of the pre- slaughter "fattening" period. Fat on a beef animal is as "relevant as the shape of the horns" when judging meat quality. vonsTEn VISIT SPAIN LONDON Min- ister John Vorster of South Af- rica will meet Generalissimo Francisco Franco, head of the Spanish government, within the next few days, unofficial South African sources said here. The sources also said it was almost certain Vorstef would go to France from Spain. Grain Prices Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) Trading was relatively active in oilseeds at the close of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Profit taking and hedgers pressure, which met with no ex- porter buying demands, kept oilseed prices on a lower level. Rye had a little strength, due to the possible loss of acreage in southern Manitoba after heavy rains. Oats and barley were prac- tically inactive with prices steady. Thursday's volume of trade included bushels of rapeseed, of A a x and of rye. Export loadings of Canadian wheat Thursday consisted of bushels to Britain, 886 to India and to China. Prices for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 1.7214; 3 4 1.53; 1 Durum 2 3 IGA prices: 1 Nor 1.75V6; 2 1.7214; 4 1.53; 1 Durum 3 High Low Flax Jly 280% Oct 2713s Nov 266 265 Dec 263% 2G2tt Rapeseed Jly 313% 311% Nov 2G3 260% Jan 251 249'A Mar Oats Dec Barley Jly Oct Dec Rye Jly 103 Oct 106% Dec 108% 107% Close 281% 270% 265 313% 250% 247% 76 HOVi 110% 102% 106% 107% Third Season For Expo 67 Successor MONTREAL (CP) Man and His World, billed as the successor to Expo 67, opens its third season today with organiz- ers predicting the 76 exhibits will provide the best year so far. Theme this year is Tourism Around the World and about 90 p.er cent of the exhibits have been outfitted with new presen- tations. Five countries that did not take part in last year's fair are participating in the 1970 ver- sion: West Germany, Unitec States, Hungary, Portugal and Malaysia. The City of Montreal is also sponsoring 19 new pavilions this year and one new private ex- hibit is making its debut. .La Ronde, the fair's amuse- ment area, opened for weekends May 15 and will go into full op- eration with the rest of Man anc His World today. NET EARNINGS Area Mines Ltd., six months ended Dec. 31: 1969, 40 cents a share; 1968, figure: unavailable. Nicholson Mines Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1969 loss; 1968, loss. Osisko Lake Mines Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1969, loss; 1968, Peruvian Oils and Minerals, Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1969, loss; 1968, loss. Shaw Pipe Industries Ltd., three 'months ended March 31: 1970, 1969, Silvcrwoods Dairies Ltd., year ended March 31: 1970, a share; 1969, Tribag Mining Co. Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1969, 53.5 cents a share; 1968, IWC Industries Ltd., year ended March 31: 1970: 1969, figures not available. Slater Steel Industries six months ended April 30: 1970, 1S69, SALES REPRESENTATIVE A leading appliance manufacturer requires a sales representative for Southern Alberta. The man vye are looking for will reside in lethbridge, be aggressive, a self starter, capable of promoting the sale of our products with an established dealer organization. He should own a late model car and be be- tween 21 and 40 years of age. Retail sales experi- ence would be a definite asset. Remuneration by salary and commission with all expenses paid. Our company offers a complete training pro- gram. All replies treated confidentially. Please reply in writing giving o complete resume to Box 46, Herald MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Itoadliousc and McCuaig) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Almlnex Asmora Banff....... Cdn Soulh Cdn Delhi Cdn Ex Gns Cdn Grlgol Cdn Homcsld Cdn Home Pld Cdn Ind Gas 01 Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Con Del Rio Charter Chieftan Dom Dynamic Pete French Pete" Gt Plains Mill city New Cent Horlh Cdn Oil Numac Permo Pelrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger...... Scurry Rain Spooner Triad West Decalfa MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Afco Ind 6.75 Aqualaine 17.CO Brit Nfld 390 Cdn Brew A Pfd !7 50 Cdn Brew B Pfd 34.25 3.90 1J.OQ 8.00 3.10 3.00 3.30 6.35 13.75 7.50 .65 22.50 10.00 6iO 8.03 U2 5.00 17.00 1.25 1.20 7.35 "U.50 1.40 3.70 3.95 a.m. Quotes) Husky Oil War. 2.90 35.00 5.25 8.25 1.15 l.BS 2.10 .55 5.40 19.75 9.75 23.25 2-1.00 9.75 3.95 2.25 1.12 .07 Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Pac Inv CPR Pfd...... Crows Nest In Cygnus A Cygnus B Gt, Cdn Oil Sand Gt Cdn Oil S 6-75 100.00 22.75 8.37V4 42.00 .4.50 4.20 Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Pfd 00 Hugh Russ Pfd 20.00 Husku Oil 8 25 Husky Oil B Pfd 3S.75 ROD 15.00 35.00 Inl Pro Plpo Int Ulil Pfd tnfer Steel Plpa Jefferson LnKo Joutcl Kaiser Res Kain Kolla L Ont Port Ccm Mentor Newconex Pacific Pele Rank Ortj Sclk Hold Shell Inv Shell Inv Ptl Shell Inv WIs Sicks Ranier West Cdn Seed. Whtfe Yukon CALGARY Acroll........ Ana Pete..... Barons Oil North Cont Plains Pete .27 West Warner M Lcduc Cal......08 Madison.......19 Quinalta .......05 PIPELINE STOCKS Alia Gas Tr A 39.25 Alta Gas Tr P 110.00 Alfa Gas Nat 1400 Cdn West Nat Gas 14.00 Inland Nat Gas 9.00 North and Cen 11.00 Norlh and Cen B P 24.75 Pacific Gas Tr 12.12W Gaz Metro 3.75 Gaz Metro P A 55.25 Trans Cdn Pipe 24.75 Tr Cdn Pipe 2.80 3J.50 Tr Cdn Pipe P A 49.50 Tr Cdn Pipe War 6.25 Tr Prairie Pipe 10.00 Westcoast Tr 16.00 Western Pacific 4.20 MUTUAL FUNDS e.tn. Quotes) Rexdalc.......14 Commonwealth 10.7? 11.75 Com'we.ilth Lev 2.6S 7.90 Corp Invest 4.72 5.16 Dreyfus F 9.49 10.40 N.W. NAV. Growth Gr [Equity Gr In Stwes est Gr 3.36 3.69 3.B5 4.23 5.31 5.83 2.72 2.98 9.43 4.58 5.01 2.97 3.25 3.80 4.IB 6.31 6.90 3.57 3.93 7.07 7.7! 4.73 4.04 4.44 HR .21 1.05 .19 3.95 9.00 .52 A.G.F. Special All Cdn Com All Cdn Div All Cdn Ven Amer Gr Fund Cdn Growlh Cdn Invest F Coll Mut 2.07 5.93 6.43 6.90 7.54 3.12 3.41 4.64 4.65 5.11 3.90 4.2P 4.93 5.41 Invest Mut Ven Mut Acc Fund Nat Resources Prln Gr Regent Fund Royfund United Acc VANCOU1 Anuk Atlas Ex Beth Copper Bornite Rldqo Block Bros Bernda Brenmac ___ B.C. Sugar........... Cap! inter 2.70 Churchill Cop 3.45 Crest brook f-ort Ind 7.oo Croyden .........32 Dolly Varden.....33 Dynasty 7 M For.t Rellam Futurity GianI Maso Granlsle Key Indust Hy's Inter Brew Jericho Kamloops Cop Kaza Copper Lornex Lytton AAIn Mt Wash Madrona New Cronln New Imp Mines North Star Cop Primer Silver Std T.C. Ex Texmont.......... Western Westcoast Res Utica .24 3.05 12.75 TORONTO MINES, INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada a.i INDUSTR Abitibi Alcan Algoma Steel AIco Ind Atlan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Cdn Indust Canada 55.. Cdn Marconi Cdn Viikers Chrysler CPR........ Cornin5o Cons Balh Cons Gas Dist Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dorn Textilo Dom Stores Dome Pete Fam Play Fd of Amer Gf Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob fnt Nidkel Inr Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentide Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Metro Stores Massey Ferq McMillan Bloe Moore Corp Molson's A Molson's B LAST BID OR SALE Quotes) JALS T2.00 a.so .11.87 13.75 57.00 7.75 23.50 18.00 4.30 6.25 4.90 4.75 20.691 b 1.20 10.00 9.CO 20.00 3.05 6.25 20.75 57.0Q 12.75 1-1.00 4-1.75 13.25 13.50 12.75 47.50 B.50 43.00 4.15 16.00 17.50 14.75 1.95 41.00 12.B7V2 39.25 19.15 6.50 72.00 3.75 5.50 4.50 6.00 17.50 9.75 22.25 29.00 12.Wa 12.00 a.m. QUOJCS) North, Cent Pembina Pp Power Corp Price Co..... Rothmans Shell CDA Simpson's Simpson Sears Steel of Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfg West eel..... Union Car Westpn's B Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Zenith Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal..... Nova Scotia Royal Tor-Dom MINES Acme..... Advocate Asb. Akaitctio Area Mines Belcher Iron Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pal. Chimo....... Con west...... Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmonr Dtckenson Mine Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Dpnalda Discovery Mine East Malartic East Sullivan Falconbridge 17.00 4.25 9.50 23.50 19.62V'i 20.87V4 10.00 21.50 9.00 14.62' 24.50 13.00 30.00 2.60 10.00 11.50 20-75 15.00 2.25 1.35 19.75 15.00 17.75 19.50 a.m. Quotes) Frobex First 1.2 Giant Y.K. Gortdrum Gunnar Granduc Headway R.L Hollinger Hud. Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Highland Bell 3.50 1.25 7.15 10.00 26.00 .23 2.15 J3 1.85 21 1475 5.05 1.88 19.00 2.55 1.28 9.75 .90 .15 .50 11.00 1.65 24.50 .OB .25 1.30 1.02 5.55 133.00 Iron r [so Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Leiteh Langis Silver Macassa Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. Martin McNeely 13.00 Maybrun.......21 Alaelntyre 155.00 Meta.........IB Midrim Intern Mogul New Athona New Calumet New imperial Noranda 10.50 .40 27.00 3.55 1.53 .07 1.30 .92 .81 .35 Northgate Opemiska Osisko Patino Pine Point 2.05 26.50 12.62V3 Plant Dev. P.C. Quebec Man Rayrock..... P.adiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Silver-fields Sherritl Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock Siscoe....... Tek Corp..... Texmont..... Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Har. Willroy Yellowknife Br. Zenmac .65 .20 1.10 .31 Va 17.00 6.60 2.15 17.00 .03 3.10 2.00 5.75 .53 1.50 3.BO 1.42 .'2'A 4.80 NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr. T and T Mont Ward ......43.50 20 Golds 155.58 off .78 Anaconda Sears Base Met 69.35 of 47 Bth Steel 22.75 Std Oil of N.J. 15 West Oils 129.63 off 2.25 Chrysler 20.12Va Texas Cult 116.25 Volume Consat Texas Co.......22.37'ANEW YORK AVERAGES Dupont Wool worth ......28.eiVi3fl Indusf 678.05 'off 6.37 Gen Motors 63.25 West Eelec 61.25 20 Rails 137 47 off 240 Gulf.............. 23.75 U.S. Steel ......32.621615 Utilities 98.13 off .70 Int Harvester TORONTO AVERAGES fiS Stocks 219.BJ of 2.41 -Kenn Copper ___43.00 20 Indus! 151.45 off 1.20 Volume Livestock Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 200 cattle and calves. Practically all replacement cattle. Sale starts at p.m. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., about 550 head, most- ly replacement cattle. Trade was active. Slaughter cattle on offer sold steady with Thursday's closing prices quality considered. Quotations given are Thurs- day's closing prices. Choice steers 30.25 to 31.20, good 29 to 30, medium 27.50 to 28.50; choice heifers 28 to 28.50, good 26.75 to 27.75, medium 25.50 Russian Wheat Quota Exceeded MOSCOW (AP) Soviet farmers have sowed acres of wheat so far this year, exceeding the government's spring quota by four per cent, TESS reported today. The official Soviet news agency said a third of the area designated for spring crops is devoted to wheat. Tass also said lhat "Ihe plan of sowing sunflower and cotton seeds has been overfulfilled" and that more than acres of irrigated land are taken up by rice. "Harvesting has already started in southern areas of Uic the agency said. to 26.50; good cows 22 to 23, medium 20.75 to 21.75, canners and cutters 18.50 to 20.50. Replacement cattle met a good local demand at s t r o n g prices. Good stock steers 500 to 600 pounds 35 to 37, 600 to 750 pounds 33 to 35.60; good feeder steers over 750 pounds 30 to 32.50; good stock and feeder heifers under 700 pounds 29 to 33.70 depending on weight, over 700 pounds 27 to 28.50; good stock cows 21 to 24. There were no stock or slaughter calves on offer. There were no hogs sold f.o.b. Calgary to 11 a.m. Public Service Alliance Seeking Summit Meeting o 01TAWA (CP) Tlic leaders of Uie giant Public Service Alli- ance of Canada have called tor a summit meeting with the gov- ernment to avert a breakdown of collective bargaining for more than public em- ployees this year. In a telegram today to Treas- ury Board P r e s i d E n t C. M. Driiry, PSAC President Claude Edwards warned that relations between Ihe alliance and the government are "deteriorating because of a lack of progress in current talks and particularly as a result of the government's six per cent wage-restraint guidelines. A spokesman for Mr. Drury, the minister responsible for ne- gotiations with all government employees, said later a meeting is to be arranged with the alli- ance leadership for eafly next week. At a news conference today Mr. Edwards said he will ask the government to "amend or ditch" the guidelines. "We don't think you can apply them with any degree of fair- ness in ihe public he said. "They destroy completely the tradition of comparability between wages in (he govern- ment in the p'-'vate sector." Mf. Edwards said negotia- tions for close to employ- ees have dragged on for more than seven months with the treasury boan' representatives reluctant to move in any area. government's concern to calculate the o- T-all effect of a change in its agreement with any group of employees could lend "to a pretty frustrating Mr. Edwards said. Most federal employee groups have either already "started or will soon begin their second round 'of negotiations with the government since collective bargaining was introduced in 3967. New contract talks are sched- uled to begin in July for some educations! employees and 12.000 technical sfpff and Ihe huge component, with nearly white-collar workers, is to begin talks in the fall. Bank Profits Are Up TORONTO (CP) Operating profit of Canada's seven major banks for the first half of their fiscal years totalled up 27.7 per cent from for the correspond- ing period of 1969. Second-quarter prc-fit was up 20.1 per cent from a year ear- lier but down 12 per cent from the first quarter. Operating profit is the prof! before estimated appropriations for losses and income tax liabil ities. The Bank Canadian Nationa' had the largest profit increase for the six months to April 30, up 60 per cent to Poorest showing was by the Bank of Nova Scotia, down 2.1 per cent to The Royal Bank of Canada, with operating profit up 42.1 per cent for the six months, said in a report to shareholders that ;he rate of growth in over-all jusiness slowed somewhat in the second quarter. "This trend is expected to continue, particularly in the case of revenues and earnings, which increasingly will reflect stringent monetary conditions as well as the bank's anti-infla- tion commitment to the prices and incomes commission." Mr. Edwards said wage In- creases of between 14 and 19 per cent will bo required for technical workers alone to achieve parity with privately- employed counterparts. Salaries in the technical com- ponent, which includes labora- tory technicians, draughtsmen and other teclmically skilled workers, now range between and a year. Mr. Edwards said the govern- ment's reluctance to speed the talks for the group and the ef- fect of the wage-restraint guide- lines on lower-salaried workers is hurting morale and could lead eventually to an exodus of talented people from the public service. At the same time, he agreed, (J "a lot of employees arc reluc- tant to change jobs." lie said (bat in the present sit- uation he could not rule out the- of .stril.es although most groups have waived their legal right to strike. A complete break-off of talks was unlikely, he said, but the only oilier alter- native would be to seek compul- sory arbitration. What is needed right now, ho said, is "some indication of con- cern at the ministerial level." Mr. Edwards suggested tlw government is using its tough line with public employees as an example to the country's pri- vate employers. On the other hand, lie added, "maybe Mr. Drury thinks everything is all sweetness and light." (rug Talks isappointinj OTTAWA (CP) Federal and provincial officials have concluded secret talks on how to lower retail drug prices without reaching any substantial agree- ment on steps to be taken, it was learned today. Consumer Affairs Minister Ron Basford is reported to be disappointed that the provinces furnished no clearer indication that they will take concerted ac- tion. Informants said Mr. Basford is forming a special group to gather further data on retail drug prices and draw up alter- natives for federal action if nec- essary. In opening the conference Wednesday, Mr. Basford said price levels are loo high. He hinted at direct federal inter- vention if the provinces fail to act. One source said several prov- inces, particularly Ontario, Sas- katchewan and Manitoba, out- lined what they are doing in the field. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? But the conference came to no conclusion on what happens next. The officials had not even concluded that further meet- ings, either of themselves or cabinet ministers, would take place. Mr. Basford's special group on drug prices will work in the next few months at assessing the full effects of changes In the Patent Act which were intended to introduce greater competition into prescription drug manufac- turing. The changes were made last year but were challenged in the courts, causing a six-months delay in implementing them. At the same time, the con- sumer affairs department is co- operating with the federal food and drug directorate in prepar- ing information to he published regularly informing doctors of price comparisons of various kinds of drugs and the extent to which various brands of a drug are equivalent. In addition, the group will ex- amine how the pharmaceutical industry development assistance program is working. Tliis is a program administered by the industry, trade and commerce department to provide direct loans to help companies making lower-priced prescription drugs in competition with big interna- tional drug firms. Dollar Value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. (LI- lar in terms of Canadian funds off 3-32 to 7-16. Pound ster- ling off 3-16 to 9-16. NEW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar up 2-32 at 95 47-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound ster- ling up 1-C4 at 23-32. CORRECTION, One item which appeared in Thursday Advertisement should have read 4182A 1965 BUICK IE SABRE V-8, 2 door hardtop, auto., radio, power steering and brakes, Was S2075 Less 25% 518 NOW ONLY___ FLEATOG MOTORS LTD. Corner 20ih St. and 3td Ave. So. and Corner 10th St. and 3rd Ave. S, STORE FOR RENT GOOD LOCATION ON 5tH STREET SOUTH Suitable for shog store or ladies' wear store APPLY: Stan's Men's Wear 321 5th St. S. Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellenf localion In Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about Octo- ber, 1970, Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in ap- proximately four years. For further information please write or phono SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD, 709 8th Ave. S.W., CAIGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) Sorry For Any Inconvenience On Select Used Cars YOUR CHOICE OF 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY I V-8, 4 door Was Less 30% 652 NOW ONIY S1523 4210B 1967 BUICK ELECTRA 225 V-8, 4 door hardtop. Loaded with equipment. Was less 25% ___ 86S NOW ONLY S2607 YOUR CHOICE OF 3 1967 PONTIACS V-8, 4 dr., auto., radio. Was less 25% ___ 592 NOW ONLY SI783 5200A 1967 ACADIAN V-8, 4 door, auto. Was Less 25% SIS NOW ONLY S1557 I5033A 1967 CHEVROLET 6 cyl., 4 dr., auto., radio. Was less 25% 568 NOW ONLY 2374A 1967 CHEVROLET V-S, 2 door, auto., power, brakes. Was less 25% 368 NOW ONLY S1107 FLEMING MOTORS USED CAR DISPLAYS Cor. JOth St. ond 3rd Ave. S. 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