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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Market prices slightly lower I Combined v me j-urumu Montreal and dipped fractionally lower for the Exchanges at 11 a.m was "Sd consecutive session in j shares compared vat h moderate mid-morning trading j at Ihe same time Tues- 'IS industrial index fell .64 to j into, industrials dropped Oi Oil Crude, Discovery OIL DISCOVERED Map locates Sable Island, off Nova Scotia, where the discovery of crude oil was report- ed for the first time. The oil, accompanied by natural gus and condensale, was discovered during tests conducted by Mobil Oil Canada Ltd. at the site of a well sunk on the extreme western tip of Sable Island.________________ 170.24, base metals .32 to 78.14 and western oils .69 to 233.50. Golds climbed .02 to 161.23. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Tues- 84 to 177.71, utilities .09 to 149.89, banks .93 to 210.06, the composite .70 to 176.14 and pa- pers .42 to 70.67. Highlighting gains, In- dustries rose 'to and Brit- to day. j ish Columbia Telephone Declines outnumbered ad- j vances 109 to 86, with 172 issues j Dome Petroleum fell unchanged. industrial mining, oil refining, pipelines and sieel were among the market's weak- est sectors. Food processing, real estate and utility issues edged fractionally higher. Rank dropped Inco !z to Zelle., Pont Vt lo and Imperial Oil Vs to Bell lost ra to Cominco J'lto 521, Canadian Superior Oil to Placer to Mclntyre !-i to 570 and Mac- i to and Dofasco '2 to ?22 Cominco to LITTLE MOVEMENT NEW YORK (AP) Little movement was discernible in Alberta companies feel tax pinch EDMONTON (CP) Al- partrnent ot industry and tour- berta's lumber industry, small-; ism. er clothin iber inciusiry, sinan-: firms and the fab-i Serious effects are expected rication and transportation in- on the the stock market today, and an- j riust.ries will suffer from ajysts said investors were i us supplementary duty on i 'to'' awaiting details of the next imported goods, says a report r 't sin- Tin Phase of Pfesident Nixon's eco- j compiled by the provincial cle- ;rs ..i to uu ue i, scheduled----------------------------------------- nomic program. He is scheduled to make the announcement in a television address Thursday night. i The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was off O.C6 at Trade was slow. Among Canadian issues, Me- Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Trading Intyre Porcupine was off a point continued light at mid-session at Canadian Pacific at i the Winnipeg Grain Ex- SHTs and Intel-national Nickel! change today, but most contmo- Vj at Genstar Ltd. was up j dities were developing a trend at I towards slightly higher prices. On the American Stock Ex- With the exception of the change, Canadian prices were nearby Thunder Bay rapeseed Millan Bloedel Vk to Aimco gained to Slater, Walker to Brinco 's to Crown Trust li to Supra-test ordinary to SSO'e and Bank of Nova Scotia to LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices pi ii.ca m-it, uvciiuj -i slipped sligMlv in light trading! mostly unchanged although all commodities were imchang- on the Montreal stock market Brascan Ltd. was off at; cd to Hi higher, despite the todav i lifiht trading that featured few sales. Most of the activity was I bids and asks. Tuesday's volume of bushels of Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicrty, Roatlhuusc and McCualg) LAST HID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) B.m, Quotes) a.m. Quotes) ,.25 11.50 fi.20 WE5TERN OILS Alminex 5.50 Alta Easl Gas Asomera AihlanH Oil B, P. Oil, Gas Cdn Southern Cdn Expor! G65 Cifn Home. Cdn Home. Pfd. Cdn Intt. G-is Cdn Lontj ts. Cdn Superior Central Del Rio Charter Chlefton Dome Pete Dynamic Pete Groat Plains Uchiel Expl. Mill City New Cent. Hud Bay Oil Ptd 5J.75 Huqh Rutsell Husky Oil Husky Oil B Husky Oil War. Inter Prov Pipe Inier Prov Steel Joulel 10.10 Kaiser Kam Kolift !-nku Uu'ault '.60 L. Ont. Pcrr M.G.F. Man. V> 17V'j Mentor 5.15 7..fS 37.35 1.3? North CtJn Oil No nac Pe _ Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain. Spooncr Total Petrel West Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 12.50 61 1.3B .55 1.90 12.75 17.15 1.38 7.75 7.60 Pacific Pole Rank Orcan. Selk Hold. Shell Ctin. Shc-ll Inv. Pfd. Shell Inv. Wts, Sicks Teledyne West CcJn Seed CALGARY Acroll .W Barons Oil .05 North Cent. .f" AAadiion West Warner .3-1 PIPELINE STOCKS Altft Gas Tr Rts 1.20 Alta Gas Tr L A 49.J5 Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 00 ____ Cmn Lev 3.30 3.63 1C 50 Corp Invest 5.39 5.90 17.75 Corp In SI F 5.14 5.61 41 75 Deyfui F U.S. 12.16 1J.33 7 05 Gr In Shares 3.38 3.72 11.65V; Or Eqnity 6.05 6.64 -.00 invest G F Invest Mutual Mutual Ac Mutual Gr F Nat Res N W Fin H W Gr Principal Gr Roytund Tornp Gr United Ac Universal Sav Octotwr 6, 1971 THI IfTHBRIDOI HKAID 23 Car sales zoom in September ,61 5.00 33.75 35 50 U 00 9.50 38S 4 sn Anuk VANCOUVER Mining Explor Norse 5.37 577 5.61 5.09 5.60 6.95 7.60 4.41 4.85 5.47 A 01 4.5? 5.51 5.74 25.14 27.46 4.B3 4.97 7.62 .22'A .OB I'3 .31 .65 17.62Vi 105 4.00 18.50 16.00 7.35 B.C. Sunnr Ptd Cepl Inter Churchill Copper Col Celulose Cornnalion Credit Crestbrcck For IntJ 3.7Q Croyden Vardei Dynasty 1.25 1.10 32 firms fabricating plastics in the province, says the report, and one plant plans to move to California. Ten companies employing about 500 people in the trans- portation equipment industry and manufacturers of lumber products and wooden buildings, which employ people, also will be hurt. There are 21 firms employ- ing people in clothing manufacturing and 10 employ- ing 165 in the leather industry, which will feel the effects, said the report. Meat and poultry, processors are expected to suffer minimal effects and the people employed in the food and bev- erage industry should not be affected, it scid. Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. of head, mostly slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold 25 cents lower sales to 21.30. Good 29.80 with the odd sale higher. Heifers were steady with sales to 20.70. Cows were mainly me- dium and canner kinds with all grades selling about 50 cents lower. Bulls sold lower. Choice steers 30.75 to 31.10, good 29.75 to 30.50, medium 28.50 to 29.75. Choice heifers 29 to 29.60, good 28 to 29, me- dium 26.75 to 27.75. Good cows 22.50 to 23.50, medium 22 to holstein steer sold steady 29 to 23.50, earners and cutters 17.25 Edmonton building permits up EDMONTON (CP) Build- ins permits worth more than million were issued in Sep- tember. the 19i I month total to SM8.2 million or about SiH millim more than in the corresponding period last! year. 01 -f' City hall statistics show that Shipping lll'lllS an rvfntze fit' million in building permits would have to be -ssued in (lie remaining three months of the year to break tire 1968 record of ?1GO million. with shelly kinds down to 15.50. Good bulls 23 to 25. Replacement cattle were mostly heavy short-keep steers selling steady. Several loads of two-year-old steers weighing about 100 pounds sold 31.70 to 32.GO. A few stock calves sold steady for quality. Good feeder heifers GOO pounds up 28 to 30.10. Good stock steer calves 37 to 43, de- pending on weight. Good stock heifer calves 31 to 35 depending on weight. trade flax, 246.000 of rye and of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct. higher 2.25UB, Nov. H higher Dec. '-i higher 2.25n'iB, May Vz higher Ilapeseed Vancouver: Nov. higher 2.62UA, Jan. 1 high- er March higher June unchanged Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. U lower 2.-J3V4A. Dec. high- er 2.441.4B, May higher 2.52B, July not open. Oats: Oct. unchanged 6434A. Dec. 3U higher B5A, May V4 higher Barley: Oct. unchanged 1.01 A, Dec. unchanged 1.01A, May unchanged 1.01B. Rye: Oct. I1.! higher 87UB, higher May -Is higher -test delay seen Agra Indus. Atco Indus. Aquataine Brit Nfld Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Hydrn Car Cdn Occidental Cdn Pac. Inv. CPR Pfd. A Ind. Cygnus A Cygnus B Cdn Oil Gt. Sands 6-75 Home Oil A Homo Oil B Horns Pitfield Hudson Bay Co Hudson Bay Oil 8.75 8.2S 2B.DO Alta Nat Gns ll.w, Forl" Reliance W IJnt_ Gas 19.25 Giant Mascot Inland Nat Gas and C Gas "iuiii'A N ond c 29.25 3S.OO K25 9.00 25.25 10 55 2-S.OO 6.on 6.25 11 00 S.-iQ 100 00 14.75 B Pfd 28.75 Granlsle Growers B Key ir.iusl Interior Brew J Inter Mariner Kamloops Copper Lcrnex Lylton Minerals Okanaaan Helicop Plains" Pete d.90 10 IS'. 3.00 .18 34.D7V3 3J.fO 2.35 17.75 Pacific Gas Gsz Metro Pfd A 65.W Gai Metro Tr Cdn P 35.75 Tr Crfn P Pfd A ii4 !5 Tr Cdn P UPfd B J1.50 Tr Cdn P War 9.75 WC Trans 2-1.75 MUTUAL FUNDS........ All Crln Com 8.29 V.D6 Pyramid .39 All Cdn Divid 9.31 10.18 Silver Standard .68 All Cdn Vent 3.80 Stampede Intl Res 1.43 AGF Cdn Invest F Col Mutual Cmnw Inter 6.04 6.63 Texmont Trojan d.52 A95 Western Mines 618 6.79 WC Res 13.69 13.85 Western Explor .33 .30 2.B5 Toronto mines., industrials {Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) HliM a.m. Quotes) a. MINES Asb. 1.7 .J5 .d5 1.75 Acme Advocate Akaitcho Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bctlilehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassalr Central Pat. Chimo Con west Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmonf Dickenson Mines Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines Eas Matlartic East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Maritime! Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway R.L. Hpllinger Hud Bay M and S 20 Norlex .261''- Opemiska 1.75 Osisko Patjno Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Ravrock Radlore .27 8.10 .22 17.0 25.12V: 25.0') Rio Algo High .Flax Oct 226 4 Nov Doc Low Close 227 22534 23614 Hogs average base price Lambs sold steady Tues- dav. Good lambs 21.50. 227 May Hapcsccd Vancouver Nov 263 Jan 258'2 255r'6 Ikr 255 252U Jim bound freight conference have i Barley By Gene Fawcette METAL SH1NS.LES OF GALVANIZED STEEL ARE NOW AVAILABLE. COATEP WITH A BITUMINOUS EMUL- SION AND CRUSHED STONE, THEY GIVE A HEAVY Q.AY- TILE AN PARE SO LIGHT THEY CAN BE ATTACHED TO SIMPLE BATTENS OVER AM EXISTING ROOF... Oct Dec i May i Jly I Oats Oct LONDON (CP) Shipping j Dec lines in the North Atlantic west- May Rapeseed Thunder Bay 263 258'.i 255 250'z 244 '.1 245 244 boost rales that, because of ris- 1 Oct ing costs, they are increasing j May 101 mi' 87 89" i 95'.s 244 64'i 65 653i 101 1007s B7'.i 894 frcisht rntes to Canadian norts Rye from Britain and Ireland by Oct 2'- ptT cent. The new rates will apply from May Jan. 1 ISI7S. on cargo hound for Canadian Maritime, St. Law- rence and nreat Lakes ports. S o m c low-rated commodities will be subject to a greater in- j crease, The Financial Times re-j SM ,____ ____........ ports. i to 11 a m Wednesday provided i tional and I The conference, which meets by Aiberta 'Producers j seats dcclar 13t On- i, P n t c an 1-71 1.08 7.90 1.45 .09 .29 8.60 .04 7.6S Ro...... Sherritt Gordon 1 Silver Miller Steep Rock Tek Corp. Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Horgreaves Willroy Windfall Zenmac INDUSTRIALS CAB Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram walk i Imperial Oi! Quotes) 13.42'A 69.75 5.1S 84.50 15.25 DETROIT (AP) Salts charts show that Ford, Chrysler and General Motors had the big- gest Septemter in their history and that American Motors sales for the month were the strong- est since 1969. September was the first full month for auto sales under President Nixon's wage-price freeze, U.S. sales totalled new cars for the month, about 29 per cent ahead of September, 1970. The top 12 foreign car firms also reported September sales running well ahead of last year for part of the month. Sa es dur- despite dock strikes which tied "ig September, 19.0, totalled much of the units, or an increase of more than 83 per cent compared with the year-earlier figure. For the year to date, Ford sales of cars totalled an increase of 14.7 per cent from a year earlier; and truck sales to- talled 38.924, up B.I per cent. General Motors o[ Canada Ltd. reported its dealers sold cars and trucks during September this year, represent- ing a sharp increase over sales in September, 1070, when GM plants were closed by a strike GM Canada's record Septem- up deliveries from overseas. Ben Didwell, vice-president and general manager of Ford's I ber was m when dealers Lincoln-Mercury Division, said I hod combuied sales ol 2S.197 units. tney nave never seen aiiyuung chrf ler Canada Ltd. re- lite today's boom. There is de- 1 record September sates mand in every segment of the of passenger cars of 11 433 The market and buyers are choosing company s dealers old 12.902 an top-of-the-line models with rich mix of options." H o w ever, General Motors noted it was strikelxmnd at this time last year and said a true comparison was hard to make. Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. reported September sales of cars and trucks were the sec- ond highest for that month in history. The increase over Sep- tember, 1970, was seven per cent. Small car sales contributed to cars and trucks during the I monlh compared with dur- "me month a year ear- asca Vnt Nickel 50 Int Pine .37 Inv Gp A 1.86 Int Utilities 2.E4 Indust Accept 1 17 Laurentide 75 Kelly Doug A Lofib .07Vj A Steel Abitlb Alcai Algol Alco Allan Sugar Bell Tel" Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar 5-50 17.35 17.75 8.25 6.25 id.25 17.75 60.00 WASHINGTON (AP) Envi- ronmentalists may have won a delay in the underground test explosion of a nuclear warhead on Amchitka Island off the Alas- kan coast. The U.S. Court of Appeals here ruled Tuesday that a lower federal court must hear the pe- tition by seven environment groups seeking to halt the five- megaton blast tentatively sched- uled for later this month. The appeals court did not say whether a legal stay of the test blast would be necessary pend- ing hearing of the suit. But Sen- ator Mike Gravel (Dem.-A- said the decision would cause "a delay of the lest for an indefinite period of time." The Amchitka test, code- named Cannikin, would explode a hydrogen-bomb missile war- head feet underground, with a force equivalent to five million tons of TNT. The war- head is designed for the Spartan anit-ballistic missile and the government has argued that the Jest is essential to national de- fence. The environment groups, headed by the Committee for Nuclear Responsibility, say the test might disrupt wildlife and leak radiation across interna- tional borders in violation of the 1963 nuclear test-ban treaty. Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Iso Jclief Quebec Kerr Addiscn Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langis Silver Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. Martin AAcNeely Mac Intyre Met a Midrim Intern Mogul Nu West Home New Alhona New Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Northgaie .15 2.90 1.22 .21 6.65 .25 3J.DO 2.EO .OEVj Cri .67 Cd .61 .09 69.50 Cdn Brew Chemceil Cc! Cellulcse CAI Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Pfd Cdn Indust Canada S S Marconi Vickers Chrysler CPR New Cominco 3 Cons Bath .17 Cons GBS 7 60 Dist Ses 8.00 Dom Bridge .12Va Domtar .20 Dorn Textile 1.75 Dom Stores 2B.75 Dome Pete 5.50 Dofasco Massey Ferg McMillan Bloe Moore Corp Morons A Molsnns B North, Cent Corp Price Co 12.12V2 Rothmans 19 00 St Law Corp lfl.75 Shell CDA 3 90 Simpson's 6.25 Simp Sears .UO Steel of Can Selkirk A Texaco 1.10 Traders Gp A 11 iyj Trans Mtn Pp 10.75 Trans Can Pp Union Gas 275 Union Oil B.75 Versatile Mfg Union Car 13.50 Weston's B 2087': Woodward's A 6.37Vi west Cdn Sd 19 75 Zenith Eloc 5400 BANKS 23.50 Can Imperial lo.oo Montreal Montreal 1375 Nova Scotia 37.25 Royal 22.00 Tor-Dom 2.45 22.50 36.25 30.37Vb IE. 371? 27.50 6.B7'A 16.75 JOO 11.25 22.''" 'i IB.00 18.25 14.75 5.00 12.75 19 00 35.50 23.5S 72.00 3.80 1.' --0 15.75 22.25 J.50 l.SO 23.3711 16.50 16 id 26.25 25.62V: Real estate financing firm formed MONTREAL (CP) A new company named Builders Fin- ancial Co. Ltd. has been incor- porated to provide construction financing of real estate through- out Canada, it was announced today. The company was formed as a joint venture by Royal Trust and Conill Corp., parent com- pany of Continental Illinois Na- tional Bank and Trust Co. of Chicago. David S. Beatty, chairman All Canada Investment Corp., has been named chairman of the new company which will have its head office in Toronto. Kaiser Jr. named new treasurer VANCOUVER (CP) Edgar F. Kaiser Jr. has been named vice-president and treasurer of Kaiser Resources Ltd., the company announced today. Mr. Kaiser is the eldest son of Edgar F. Kaiser, chairman and chief executive officer of Kaiser Industries, and a grand- son of the late founder-chair- man Henry J. Kaiser. He was formerly assistant treasurer and manager of re- sources development. New office at Calgary FORT WORTH, Tex. (API APPOINTMENT W. HARRY PRATT Mr. Inn J. Hamilton, Branch Man- _-..... ager, HAY REALTY LTD, is pleased Southland Royalty Co. of Fort )o announce the appoinlment of New York stocks Amr T Anaconda Beth Steel Chrysler Comsat Dupont GM Gulf Int Harvests Coppe (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) md T 44.50 Sears Sid Oil of 26 25 Texas Gulf 29.E7V; Texas Co 61 37V? WicKcs Corp 15-1.00 Wool worth WesliMshcuse 37-25 U.S. Steel 27.62V, TORONTO Montgomery Ward 31.15 20 InJurt 170.08 off .80 Volurr V3 filVi 20 Golds 160.02 off 1.19 NJ. 72.25 10 Base Met 78.23 off .23 11J.50 15 W Oils 233.09 off 1.10 31-75 Volume jj'jj NEW YORK AVERAGES Elec 96M 30 Indust 890.55 off .59 ,n ic 20 Rails 240.43 Up 75 J IS Utilities 112.28 up .32 AVERAGES 65 Etocks 304.50 up ,32 V.'cvlh h of a to expanded in Westei Hugh F v.- ir dustrj' the 'nor 'd op. !rict office in Cal- the comoanv's ;loration activities nada. Toule of Ottawa, oil in- _ t hi. nine years, was named io direct >s operation. Southland said Sproule's ap- pointmen; the initial Mr. W. Harry Pratt as resident Manager of Balmoral House Apartments at 1408 9th Ave- nue A. South. Mr .Pratt is a Sales Cousultant with HAY REALTY LTD. and Is fully qualified io assist you with the buying, selling or trading of Real Estate. For Real EstatB advice or assistance you may now call Harry at 205 Balmoral House Phone 328-3671 step in implementing expansion HAY REALTY LTD., College Mall, operations in Canada. i Phone 327-7077 or 327-7975. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures: Close Mon. Nov 32.70N 32.70N I Jan 32.80 32.50B liar 31.85 31.85N Monday's Volume: Two con- tracts. SET ELECTION DATE in Liverpool, nnnoiniccd that op- j Board. erating costs have continued to 24.00. rise "at an alarming rate'1 i since the introduction of three-tier tariff last March. SCliC DACCA, Pakistan (AP) Elections will take place in De- EDMONTON (CP) Prices j cember and January for na- provincial assembly vacant in East Pakistan when the Awami Potato futures WINNIPEG potato futures: Average league party was outlawed. Nov Mar Apr May Monday's tracls. Close 2.25N 2.60N 2.68N 3.05A volume: No IHon. 2.25N 2.60N 2.68N 3.05A con- Red Deer: No sale. Aver- age Tuesday 23.95. Calgary: "23.75. Average Tues-1 day Lctlibridgp: No sale. Average! Tuesday 23.H5. Lloyd'minstcr: No sale. gunnery school during Hie Sec-! IS PLOW SITE JARVIR, Ont. (CP) The airport here, a hombing and ond World War, is Ihe site for the annual International Plow- ing Match to run Oct. 12-lfi. The I airport will accommodate a tent city of 75 acres with its own mayor and .100 exhibitors. Grande Prairie: No sale. Av- erage Tuesday 23.15. Total hogs 576. Average 23.114. Total sold Tuesday Sows 13.35. MAJOR OIL COMPANY HAS FOR LEASE HIGH VOLUME SERVICE STATION WITH COFFEE SHOP AND LIVING QUARTERS ATTACHED located on Highway No. 3 Apply to BOX 110, THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Giving Porlitulars of Experience and Capital Available. Save historic tree ADELAIDE, Australia (Ren- ter) Vandals tried Wednes- day to burn down Adelaide's most famous tree, a centuries- old gum tree under which south Australia was proclaimed a stale in 183li by ils first gover- nor, John llindmarsh. Police said someone poured gasoline over Ihe tree's top branches but i that firemen dousi-d Ihe blaze before loo much damage was caused. RECREATION SUP1NTENDENT required by PARKLAND REGIONAL RECREATION Applications ore inviled to fill Ihe position of Recreation Superintendent for Ihe Porklond Regional Recreolion Council. RESPONSIBILITIES 1. The Deportment Head responsible to the Parkland Region- al Rerrealion Council. 2. The management of budgets, staff and programs. 3. The development of policy statement! for all aspects of program, leadership, faculty use and development. EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1. D.A. or BSc in Recreation Administration or related de- grees and training. 2. Five years of full time experience in the administration and management of a recreation service. 3. Be fully fomiliar with Provincial Government services, grcint programs and tho philosophy of regional develop- ment. i The personal ond educational quolificalion! to membership in the, Professional Institute of the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association. SALARY Starling at to Application can made to Mr. N. Aipeilel, Viee-Chairman, Parkland Regional Council, Box 130, Evanburq, Alborta. Pleaie qivo penonal qualifications, reiumo of experience, and any other pertinent information on or before November 15lh, 1971. at LEO SINGER'S Men's and Boys' Wear MEN'S PLAIN COLORED DRESS SHIRTS Reg. 8.50 SPECIAL 5! BALANCE OF LEVI'S COLORED FLARES Reg. 9.95 SPECIAL, NOW........... BOYS' ALPACA SWEATERS Long sleeve, V-neck pullover. Reg. 11.95 Q.99 SPECIAL V The casual look 5.99 MEN'S WOOL WORSTED DRESS PANTS Broken size range Reg. to 27.50 SPECIAL LEVI'S BELL BOTTOM CARTOON PANTS Reg. 11.95 SPECIAL, ONLY BOYS' TWEED LOOK Sixes 8 to 16. Button front. CASUAL PANTS Rep, 8.95 SPECIAL New Fall Merchandise Arriving Daily BOYS' FORTREL FILLED I SKI JACKETS With all around belt. PRICED AT MEN'S LEE AND LEVIS JEANS Available In flares and boot cut MEN'S FORTREL FILLED VESTS A mult for the hunter .______ PRICED AT lU.yO We hove the clothes you need for tho life you leadl LEO SINGER'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 714 5th STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 ;