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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 9, 1973 - THff ItTHBRIDGB MERAIB - iiiilMlilili TSE prices dip in active trade ? Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCaalg Limited) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes) ni:00 a.m. QuottH F TORONTO (CP) - Prices on the Toronto stock market turned moderately lower in active mid-morning trading today, interrupting tour consecutive sessions of gains. The industrial index, considered a major indicator of market trends, dropped .52 to 224.20. Golds were down .51 to 228.15 and western oils .28 to 251.63. Base metals were up .18 to 103.46. Volume by 11 a.m. was 827,-000 shares, up from the 799,000 traded at the same time Thursday. Despite the general decline advances held a narrow margin over losses, 116 to 106, with 211 issues unchanged. Communication, oil refining, Industrial mining, steel and utility issues registered moderate declines while food processing, merchandising, pipeline and trust and loan stocks posted fractional gains. Rapid Data was down % to $10y4, Bell % to $44Y4, Noranda Va to $50%, Pan Ocean V* to $15%, Inco % to $35% and Elec-trohome % to $18%. BP Canada dropped % to $18, Kerr Addison Vs to $12, Siebens Va to $14%, Abitibi Vs to $11%, Canadian Imperial Bank % to $29'A and Consumers' Gas V* to $17%. Leigh Instruments was up % to $10, Scottish and York Holdings Vt to $6%, Tara % to $17, Chieftain % to $17, CP Ltd. Vs to $17% and Cominco Va to $32%. the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 572,100 shares, compared with 411,900 at the same time Thursday. Industrials dropped 1.29 to 244.33, banks 1.27 to 261.89 and the composite .89 to 230.04 while papers gained 1.25 to 122.53 and utilities .56 to 160.18. On the Montreal Stock Exchange, TrainsCanada PipeLines dropped 5 to $71%, Rapid Data Systems 1% to $10ys and Fal-conbridge Nickel V/* to $75% while Interprovincial Pipe Line gained VA to $28 and Grafton iy4 to $40. On the Canadian Stock Exchange, South Dufault gained one cent to 28 cents on 52,000 shares. (liiM a.m. ouotti) WESTERN OILS AND MINES Alta East Gas 9.50 Almlnex �.oo Asamera 12.00 Ashland H50 bp Canada is.oo Brenda Mines 5.70 Can South 5.00 Cdn Ex Gas 3.90 Cdn Homestd �.M Cdn Jnd Oas Oil Cdn Long Is .31 Cdn Super 43.00 Charter Oils 4.00 Chleftan 14.00 Dome Peta 41.75 Dynasty .10.75 Fort Reliance .33 Giant Mascot' 8.TO Granlsle ?.60 Gt Plains 33.75 Gt Cdn Oil S 8.75 Lochtel 3.10 Lytton Mln 1.75 Noble Mines 1.22 North Cdn Oils 6.65 Numac 17.50 Pancdn Peta 15.50 Pan Ocean 15.50 Petrol 1.35 Pinnacle .2* Place Gat .65 Ponder .46 Ranger 19.25 Scurry Rain Selbens Spooner Total Ulster West Pete W. Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Acres Ltd Aqultalne bc Sugar Pfd Block Bros Brlnco Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew b Cdn Pacific Inv Crestfcrook Itid Crowsnesf Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Falcon Copper F and M Trust Genstar Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay A Pfd Hugh Russell 7.75 Cdn Invest 7.75 Col Mutual 14.25 Cmnw Inter 7.B7V� Cmnw Lev 17.871/1 Cmnw Vent 39.75 Corp Invest 5.26 5.77 6.B1 7.48 15.62 17.20 4.08 4.48 7.94 8.73 6.43 7.07 9.37Va Husky Oil " Husky b Pfd Husky D War Husky E War Inter Prov Infer Prov Kaiser Res Loblaw C Pfd Magnasonfcs' Pacific Pete PW Air Rainier In'c .Royal Trust St Maurice Cap Sandwell Teledyne West Cdn Seed Westfleld Mln Weston A Pfd White Yukon 38.25 19.75 47.25 60.00 43.50 21.00 PIPE LINE STOCKS 1.00 8.00 5.50 Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pfd Alta Nat Gas 15.37'/] inland Nat Gat 14.37i/a N and C Gas �60 N and C b Pfd 7.45 Pacific Trans Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Trans Cda Pipe Tr Cda A Pfd Tr Cda b Pfd 17.12% Tr Cda War 26,00 WC Trans 15.00 WC Trans Wfs 3.200 5.87Va MUTUAL FUNDS 27.37'/* All Cdn Com 8.01 32.50 All Cdn Dlvld 9.64 31.75 All Cdn Vent 4.32 9.37Va Amr Gr F 6.08 26.75 AGF Special 3.08 Corp Invest St F 5.45 5.98 Dreyfus F U.S. 12.26 13.44 Great Pacific 4.95 5.41 Gr In Shares Gr Equity Invest Gr P At iiii Invest Mutual let Mutual Ac Mutual or f� �>� ""'A N W Cdn Steel 15.50 N W Gr ,H0,,. Principal Gr 29.87V4 RoyfUnd 14.75 Temp Gr United Ac Universal Sav Unlvest Vanguard CALOARY Acroll Barons Oil 6.12ft North Continental 1.34 Western Warner VANCOUVER MINES Afton Atlas Explor Bath Norse Croyden Darikoe 34.25 11.25 5.00 52.75 1.20 4.40 4.85 63.75 14.50 4.32 4.75 8.91 9.79 12.95 14.16 6.05 6.62 5.37 6.01 4.10 4.51 1.21 8.97 5.79 6.36 5.53 6.08 5.10 5.60 7.16 7.46 9.38 10.25 5.59 6.14 8.32 9.14 6.20 6.81 7.60 8.32 .80 .04 Va .01'/j .31 Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) - Prices were weak at mid - session of the Winnipeg commodity exchange today. Flax was down the limit of 10 cents on commission house liquidation. Rapeseed also was under liquidation pressure and prices were four to seven cents lower on a quiet trade. Oats and barley had a routine trade at fractionally weaker prices while rye, under liquidation pressure, was four cents lower on a light exporter trade. Volume of trade Thursday Included 981,000 bushels of flax, 1,208,000 of rye and 2,030,-000 of rapeseed. 16.50 73.25 21.50 12.00 11.37'/j Davenport 24,50 Dolly Varden 13.00 Equitorlal Res 5.25 Lornex 68.00 Primer 38.50 Pyramid 71.37'/s Silver Standard 40.75 Valley Copper 9.70 INDUSTRIALS 20.75 4.40 Capt Inter Cal Brew Hys Cdn Key Indust 8.75 OILS 9.44 Albany Oils 4.72 Plains Pete 6.68 Stampede Intl Res West Explor (.40 .62 .84 .OSVa 1.70 .54 .33 .24 9.90 .34 .20 .81 10.50 2.55 3.30 5.62V3 .30 1.28 .28 .73 .07 Toronto mines, industrials MONTREAL (CP) - All sectors except papers and utilities declined in moderate trading on NEW YORK (AP) - The I stock market skidded down-| wards today in quiet trading as investors waited to hear what I would be decided at the mono-1 tary meeting in Paris. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 6.99 points at 969.45. Declines on the New York Stock Exchange led advances 742 to 413. On the New York exchange,1 Canadians were weak. Mclntyre slipped 1% to $46, Inco % to I $35%, Alcan % to $24%, Hudson | Bay Mining V* to $245/4 and Seagrams Vs to $45%. Canadian Pa-1 cific was up % to $17%, Dome ] Mines % to $79% and Granby % to $19%. On the American exchange, Quebecor dropped % to $15%. Brascan advanced % to $20%. (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE .19 1.28 .82 2.65 .35 16.75 4.90 8.50 1.95 12.75 1.37 1.33 7.00 3.45 Indians promise restraint after shots exchanged WOUNDED KNE, S.D. (AP) - Indians holding this historic village say they will not let a gun battle that injured two Indians jeopardize chances for a peaceful settlement of their armed confrontation with federal lawmen. The shooting came just before a ceasefire. Reporters inside the hamlet reported two Indians were shot, one in the hand and one in the leg. We will use restraint rather than let this have a violent ending," said Dennis Banks, a Chippewa leading the takeover of Wounded Knee. Banks, an official of the American Indian Movement (A.I.M.), said late Thursday: "Maybe the government has jeopardized its position with the shooting, but I still hope negotiations can continue." Negotiations to end 11 days of aeige were to resume today. The ceasefire was announced first in Washington and was not known to all Indians when the shots were fired, a government spokesman said. Jack Hushen, a justice department official, told reporters Indians had initiated the shooting by firing on a government road-block. The fire was returned by some of the estimated 300 federal marshals and FBI gents around the hamlet, on the Pine Ridge Reservation The justice department said in a statement issued in Washington prior to the ceasefire agreement that it would not agree to any settlement that allowed for the removal of Richard Wilson, president of the Oglal tribe. Wilson's removal had been one of the Indians primary demands. They also seek a Senate in vestigation of their charges of inefficiency and corruption in the Bureau of Indian Affairs and of what they alleged were 371 violations in U.S. Indian treaties dating back to 1868. 01:00 a.m. Quotas) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaltcho Bralorna Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Can. N.W. Land Canada Tung. Casslar Central Pat. Chlmo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cralgmont Dickenson Mines Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalds Discovery Mines East Malartlc East Sullivan Falconbrldge Frobex First Marttlmes Giant Y.K. Bovls Granduc Holllnger Hudson Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Iron Bay I so Jollef Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Lanqls Silver Madsen R.L. Malartlc G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyre Meta Mldrlm Intern Mogul Nu West Homes New Athona New Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Northgate (11:00 r.m. Quotesi (11:00 a.m, Oslsko .28 Cable Pine Point 31,00 Glendate Placer Dev. 53.00 Grt Cdn Oil P.C. Exp. 3.15 Gen Motors Quebec Man .12 Grt Lakes Pp Rayrock 1.11 Gulf oil Cda  Radlore .36 Greyhound Rto Algom' 26.25 Hawker Sid Roman Corp. 8.10 Hur 8. Erie Sherrltt Gordon 17.62Vi Hiram Walker Steep Rock 2.00 Imp Oil Tek Corp. 4.40 tmasca Texmont .27 Int Nickel Upper Canada 2.85 Int Pipe Western Mines 2.85 Inv Grp A .IS'A Wright Hargreaves 1.15 Int Uttl .60 Wlllroy 1.15 Ind Accept 6.95 Windfall .08Vi Kaps 3.05 Yellowknlfe Bear 3.95 Laurentlde 33.62W Zenmac .07 Kelly Doug A MVl lunncTBiAi < Loeb INDUSTRIALS Loblaw A 78.75 .33 1.05 2.45 3.05 76.75 .28 .58 7.25 2.85 3.70 46.25 AMtlbl Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Atlantic Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazil Trae B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar .26 CAE Ind 3.75 Cdn Brew 2.B0 Chemcell .26 Col Cell 12.00 Calgary Power .29 Coron Credit 41.50 C.W.N. Gas Pfd 3.15 CdnTnd .05 Cdn Marconi .68 Cdn Vlckers .82 Chrysler .49V* C.P.R. 83.00 Cominco .10 Cons Bath \ .12 Cons Gas 14.62'/a Dlst Segramt 11.00 Dom Bridge .18 Domtar .26 Dom Textile 4.30 Dom Stores 51.00 Dome Pete 6.00 Dofasco Met Starts 25.00 Massey Fera 17.12% McMillan Blw 12.00 Moore Corp ,*-2S Molsons A l2.B7Vi Molsons B lofer Corp �.50 Price Co 19.75 Rothmans "00 St. Law corp I .50 shell CDA P 34.75 Simpsons ]� s!mP SMr� 5.25 steel of Cdn 4.85 Selkirk A 3.90 Texaco i� Traders Grp A 11.12Vi Trans Cda Pp 17.00 Union Gas 4.25 Union Oil 13.25 Versatile Mia 34.871/4 Westeel 9 17.87ft Union Carb 32.25 Weston's B 20.37% Woodward's A "00 West Cdn Seed ^25 Zenith Elec SO.'oo cdn lmp*ANM ,9.3714 Montreal \\H Nova Scotia 41.25 Royal 26.25 Tor-Dom Quotes! 18.25 12.75 8.60 74.00 22.50 34.50 21.00 4.15 31.62V4 50.75 41.37'/j 32.50 35.87% 27.37Va 11.50 23.87V4 18.75 9.00 12.00 8.00 4.75 6.00 24.50 21.62V4 31.00 51.25 27.00 28.25 11.37V4 12.50 ttf.OO 14.37V4 19.50 53.25 33.25 48.75 34.50 14.25 67.00 21.00 21.37V4 38.37% 11.75 16.50 7.5S 30.59 18.00 21.25 30.73 6.12% 2.55 Hopper car price still questioned By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA - Did the Canadian government pay too high : price for its 2,000 hopper cars? Twelve million dollars too much? Those were questions raised in the House of Commons Tuesday by Jack Murta (PC-Lis' gar). He informed the Commons that an American railroad has purchased 1,000 hopper cars of the same size-100 tons-and the same capacity-3,300 bushels-for $18 million. The Manitoba opposition member said that worked out to $6,000 per car cheaper than the Canadian government paid for its hopper cars. He asked Justice Minister Otto Lang, minister responsible for the Wheat Board, to explain the discrepancy between the American and Canadian price for what appeared to be the same type of car, designed to carry the same product and the same load. Mr. Lang said he has asked for a report on the exact nature of the cars involved in the American order. He added, "There is a good deal of room for difference in engineering and make-up of cars, even though they are superficially the same size, including braking systems and the existence or non-existence of bearings In the wheel system." Flax: May 10 lower 5.26%; July 10 lower 5.08; Oct. 10 lower 4.86%; Nov. 10 lower .76'/4. Rapeseed Vancouver: March BVi lower 3.92%; June 4% lower 3.98Vg; Sep. 6'A lower 3.95%; Nov. 4 lower 3.78. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 7% lower 3.76%; July 7 lower 3.76; Oct. 6% lower 3.61; Nov. not open. Oats: May Vs lower 1.19%; July 1 lower 1.15%; Oct. Vs lower 1.10%; Dec. not open. Barley: May % lower 1.51%; July V* lower 1.52%; Oct. unchanged 1.52%; Dec. not open. Rye: May 4 lower 1.46; July 4% lower 1.45%; Oct. 4 lower 1.44%; Dec. 2% lower 1.44. Grain Quotes High Low Close Flax May 546 536% 536% Jly 529V* 518 518 Oct 505 495 496% Nov 494% 480 486% Rapeseed Vancouver Mar 405 397% 397% June 410% 402% 403 Sep 409 401 402 Nov 386% 381% 382 Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 389% Jly 387 Oct 373 Nov - Oats May 120 Jly 116% Oct - Dec "- Barley May 153% Jly 153% Oct 153 Dec - Rye May Jiy Oct Dec 154% 153% 152  150 382% 383% 381% 383 364 367% - 354 119% 119% 116% 116% - 111 �- 108% 152% 152% 152% 152% 152% 152% -- 151% 150 150 149% 150 148Y4 148% 146% 146% CARDS OF THANKS WALBURGER - The family of the late Samuel Walburger would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to their many friends, relatives and acquaintances who offered comfort and assistance to them during their recent bereavement, 8304A REDDING - We wish to express our sincere thanks to all of those wonderful people for their many kindnesses and sympathy extended to us during our recent bereavement. It all helped so much. It was also Dr. Redding's wish that we thank his patients for giving him the privilege of being of service to them during the past thirty years of dental practice, -Kay Redding and family 8250-10 CRAIG - We would like to thank the doctors, nurses, and hospital staff of the Municipal Hospital for the excellent care I received while a patient. Also thanks to all my friends and relatives for cards and visits. Also the visits from the McKil-lop Church groups and for the cards and flowers I received. -Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Craig 8301 SMITH - In loving memory of our-dad, Gordon R. Smith, who passed away March 8,1985. -Colin, Dale, Cindy and Kim. 8251-10 Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to 11 a.m. today provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 48.50, average Thursday 48.34. Red Deer: 48.50, average Thursday 48.30. Calgary: 48.50, average Thursday 48.31. Lethbridge: No sales, average Thursday 48.30. Fort Macleod: No sales, average Thursday 48.30. Total hogs sold Thursday 7, 036, average 48.33, cows average 36.65. CURRIE - I want to thank my doctors, the nursing staff on the first and second floors at St. Michael's hospital for the wonderful care I received while there, I also want to thank my relatives and many friends for their visits; flowers, gifts and cards. Your thoughtfulness and good wishes will always be re memJbered. -Boyd L. Currie Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP)-Live beef futures close Thursday. Mar - 41.80A; May - 43.10-B; Jly - 42.85B; Sep - 41.40B Nov - 39.20B. Wednesday's volume: No contracts. IN MEMORIAMS FURY - In loving memory of a dear husband, Mike Fury, who passed away March 7, 1971. We can not bring (to old days back, When we were all together, But secret tears and loving thoughts Will be with us forever. | -Always remembered by 1 bis loving wife, Julia. 8298 FURY - In loving memory of a dear father and grandfath-err, Mike Fury, who passed away March 7, 1971. A silent star shines o'er the grave not very far from here, Where lies the one we loved so much As it dawns another year. -Lovingly remembered by Mary and family. 8297 SMITH - In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle, Gordon Ralston, who was killed March 9, 1965. We do not need a special day To bring you to our mind. The days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. They say time heals all sorrows And helps us to forget, But time so far has only proved How much we miss you yet. -Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Neil, Jacqueline, Neil-John, Gordon-Jack and Devin Madsen. 8254 PAY PHONES Canada's 15 largest telephone companies had 77,277 coin-operated telephones in operation in 1971. SECRETARY-TREASURER VILLAGE OF STIRLING (PART TIME) Applications will be received by the Village of Stirling anytime up to 5:00 p.m. March 14, 1973 for employment (part time) as Municipal Secretary Treasurer for the Village of Stirling. Apply In your own handwriting giving complete details of your training, qualifications, and experience. All applications to 'be directed to Municipal Secretary, Village of Stirling, Alberta. 29.12% 19.62% 34.50 33.75 32.7S New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) All Cdn Dlvld Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM Gulf Int Harvester Kenn Copper 8.64 9.44 Sears 23.37% X-Ron 28.50 Texas Gulf 35.00 Texas Co 56.50 Wlckes Corp 170.75 Woolworth 113.25 20 Golds 227.60 off 1.06 89.62% 10 Base Met 103.23 off .05 23.62% 15 W Oils 251.47 Off .44 36.00 Volume 1,488,000 22 12% 24.621/jNEW YORK AVERAGES 73.75 Westlnghouse Elec 36.87% 30 Indust 969.45 off 6.99 25.25 U.S. Steel 31.62% 20 Ralls 194.75 off 2.29 33.87% Gen Tel Elec 28.75 15 Utilities 110.69 up .16 28.50 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 303.B0 olf 2.09 Montgomery Ward 23.25 20 Indust 224.21 off .51 Volume 6,860,000 Calgary livestock ESTIMATOR for General Contractor - Developer in Calgary Preference will be given to applicants who can demonstrate successful experience in varied general construction including light engineering work. Written application complete with resume, references, salary expected and availability should be sent to; CASCADE BUILDERS LIMITED 2nd Floor, 912 6th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta, T2P OV6 ATTENTION: Mr. R. N. Jack. CALGARY (CP) - Receipts to 11 a.m. today from the Calgary public stockyards show sales of about 1,200 head, mainly slaughter cows and replacement cattle and calves. Trade was active. Insufficient slaughter steers and heifers were on offer to provide reliable quotations. Prices given are Thursday's close. All grades of cows sold steady and bulls sold steady. Steers Al and 2 41.25 to 42.40, A3 40.25 to 41.25. Heifers Al and 2 39 to 40.60, A3 38 to 39. Cows Dl and 2 32.25 to 33.25, D3 31 to 32, D4 27 to 31. Good bulls 38 to 40 with the odd 6ale higher. All classes of replacement cattle represented sold to a strong demand at higher � Public Service Fonction publique � ^ Canada Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN SMALL FARM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Salaries $11,586 to $14,852 Alberta Vacancies The Federal Government Is seeking applications from well-qualified Rural Development and Farm Management specialists for Alberta positions in the Small Farm Development Program. Successful candidates will work jointly with extension personnel of the Alberta Department of Agriculture. Some will act as direct consultants and counsellors to small farmers who wish to develop their farm businesses or who would like to seek other alternatives to their present situations Others will provide professional back-up support for the field staff in their consulting and related activities. Staff will be assigned to work out of Alberta centres; Lethbridge, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Vermilion, Fairview and other Alberta centres. QUALIFICATIONS; A minimum of a Bachelor's degree In an Agricultural or Social Science Is required, together with several years' experience In rural counselling, farm management or related extension activities. Knowledge of the English language Is essential. For further Information and application forms, please write immediately toi STAFFING AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER CANADA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SIR JOHN CARLING BUILDING OTTAWA, ONTARIO KIA OC5 Canadian citizens have statutory preference for appointment. Please quote competition number 73-AGR-O-ECON-l 4. prices. Good feeder steers 576 to 750 pounds 47 to 55, more than 750 pounds 41 to 47. Good feeder heifers more than 550 pounds 38 to 46 with sales to 48. Good feeder cows 27 to 33.50. Good stock steer calves 400 pounds and up 49 to 57. Good stock heifer calves 400 pounds and up 43 to 50.50. Hogs sold fob Calgary to 11 a.m. average base price 48.50. LETHBRIDGE REAL ESTATE BOARD ANNOUNCEMENT MR. IAN J. HAMILTON Mr. Ian J. Hamilton, President and owner of Hay Realty (Lethbridge) Ltd. was installed as 1973 President of the Lethbridge Real Estate Board at their annual meeting held recently at Sven Erlcksen's Family Restaurant. . Mr. Hamilton has been In the Real Estate business since 1963. Mr. A. Larson, President of the Alberta Real Estate Association, travelled from Calgary to officiate at the installation. SIMPSONS bears There are other calculators under $100 but none we know of with all the features of the Digi-matic 8 for 89s8 Floating decimal system-ensures no 'wrong answer' calculations. Constant key-allows for cont. multiplication and division. C. E. key-clears last entry. Operates from rechargeable ni-cad batteries or AC outlet. Gives 3 hours continuous use, recharges in 7 hrs. 8 digit read-out display. Adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides, does mixed calculations, shows true credit balance. Recharger and carrying case incl. Guaranteed for 1 year. Reg. $99.98 Desk top calculator 99s8 Adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides, does chain and mixed calculations. 8 digit entry, read out capacity. Holds constant for multiplication, division. Floating and fixed decimal. Automatic overflow Indicator. C. E. key clears incorrect last entry. 9 x 6-1/2" size. Weighs about 1.9 lbs. Similar to Illustration Stationery Dept. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thura. and Frl. 9:30 a.m. to  p.m. Centre Village Mall. Phone 321-9311 ;