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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta quotations Vancouver, Calgary, California, that 1 1 1 by Doherly, Iloadhause and McCuaig) LAST BID OR Venice dream Not mu at mid-TORONTO (CP) The ronto stock market was fi tionally in mid-morning trac today it entered a sixth c sccutive advancing session. On index, industrials rose to 179.31 and western oils .25 M2.49. Golds lost .64 to 17 and base metals .IB to 09.74. Volume by 11 a.m. i shares, up from 607 at the same time Wednesd the busiest trading session about six weeks. Losses edged gains 105 to this morning with 214 issues changed. Falconbridge was up 1 to Bell T'n to Canadian 1 Vi to Husky Oil Calgary Power 'is to and Giant Mascot IS cents ?5.35. Pacific Copper rose five ce to Lost River five cents 54.35, Worldwide Energy cents to Numac 512% Oil and Gas 15 ce to and Bralome 10 cenlf Bow Valley dropped ?'H Banque Canadienne Vt ?14, New Quebec Raglan cenls to Bramcda 10 ce to S1.35 and Scurry-Rainbow to STOCKS NOON MONTREAL (CP) Bai continued Wednesday's upw, tend as other sectors remair fairly stable in light morn trading on Ihe Montreal sl< market today. Combined volume on Montreal and Canadian St( exchanges at 11 a.m. n To-nc-ing 011-.07 to .98 vas 000 ay, in 103 un-02, ire to to nts to 30 to nts to to to 40 nts "it iks rd ed ng rck he -ck as ith Tie .50 y's )se to trend aorning Credit Fonder jumped to ?59'A, Canada Packers Vt to Falconbridge to Kof-tier Stores to and Bank of Nova Scoiia to S28Vi. Among declines, Moore dropped 14 to Crush International V: to Du Pont Vi to JIB and International Utililies 'A to On the Canadian Stock Exchange, W h i t e r ock Estates gained to and Africana Mining lost two cents to 63 cents on shares traded. Af r i c a n a Mining Ltd. announced approval of a proposal to change the company name to Panacan Resources Ltd., effective Friday. An additional two million shares at a par value of a share have been listed for trading. NEW YORK (AP) Mild profit-taking caused the stock market to sag today in moderate trading. Brokers said investors were awaiting President Nixon's message to congress before making any moves. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was clown 0.95 at 919.90. Declines maintained a narrow lead over advances among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Glamors were weak, with Control Data down 1 at IBM off 1 to Polaroid down at and Xerox off to ?120'i. Chemicals were mixed. Eastman Kodak was up T'a at SM'.s; Union Carbide ahead at Air Reduction down Va to W.'a, and Allied Chemical down at 534 The Associated Press 60-stock average was down .6 to 335.8 at noon. Other prices: Textron, down ?s at Jersey Standard, up to 5741'e; Avnet Inc., up to Goodyear, up Vt at and Continental Telephone, up Vt at Ti. Walker-Gooderham was up to among Canadians. International Nickel was off Vt at On the American Stock Exchange Scurry Rainbow Oil dropped to Brascan Ltd. was at Up I'H each were Canadian Javelin, at S13le, and Jupiter Corp at OILS Hugh Russe Almlnex 5.95 Husky Oil Alta East Gas 5.30 HusKy Oil Asamera 19.25 Husky Oil V Ashland ON 13.00 Inter Prov B, P, Oil 6.90 Infer Prov Cdn Southern 6 15 Joulel Cdn Exporl Gas 425 Kaiser Cdn Home Kam Kolla Cdn Home Pfd 30.00 Lake Dufau Cdn Ind. Gas 11.50 Onl. For Cdn Long Is, .62 M.G.F. Mar Crin Superior 44.00 Mentor Central Del Rio 14.50 Newconex Charier 5.70 pacific Pele Chlettan 7.B5 Rank Organ Dome Pele Selkirk Hole Dynamic .92 shell Cdn, Greal Plains Shell Inv F Lochlel Expl 1 20 Shell Inv. V Mill Clly sicks, New Cant. .62 Trledyne North Cdn Oil 6.60 Wesl Cdn I Numac 12.75 Whllcpass Permo .51 CAL Pelrol Acroll Pinnacle f5 Barons Oil Place Gas 1.25 Norlh ConT. Ponder .46 Madison Ranger 13.00 Wesl Wane Scurry Rflln 17.70 PIPELIH Spooner 1.79 Alia Gas T Total Petrol. 7.90 Alia Gas Tr West Decalla 7.35 Alia Nat G Agra Indus 9.00 Cdn W Nat Alco Indus. Inland Naf Aqualaine 2775 N and C Bril. Nfld 5.50 N and C Cdn Drew' A 29.75 Pacific Gas Cdn Drew D 35.50 Gaz Melro Cdn Hydro Car 14.75 Gnr Metro Cdn occidental 10.00 .y _p Cdn Pacific Inv. as.42Vj 7, CPR Pfd. CygnuSrA Cycjnus B 6.75 WMIBr" Gt. Cdn Oil 5 25 MUTUAL Gt. Sands 6-75 Cdn c Home Oil A 37.25 AH cdn Dl Home Oil B 36.75 cdn V Horn and Pit. 2.43 Amr Gr F Hudson Bay Co 19.12'A AGF Specia Hudson Bay Oil Hud Bay Oil Pfd 57.00 Cornnw Int Toronto mim Supplied by Rlchards( LAST BID a.m. Quoies) a. MINES Norlex Acme .30 Opemiska Advocate Asb. 1.90 Osisko Akailcho ,H Palino Black Bay .04 Pine Point Bralorne 1 ?0 Placer Dev. Broulsn .75 P.C. Exp. Bethlehem Quebec Man Brunswick J.60 Rayrock Canada Tung. 1.56 Radiore Cassiar 20.25 Rio Algom Central PaK 2 05 Roman Cor Cliimo 1.25 Sherrilt Go Conwcst 8.B5 Silver Mille Cons. Rambler 1.65 Sleep Pock Coin Lake .12 Tek Corp. Cothenour 39 Texmont fl.EO Upper Cans Dickenson Mines 1.07 Weslern M Denison Mines 36.75 Wright Ha Deer Horn .07 Willroy D'Eldona 60 Windrall Dome Mines 63.00 YellowKnlfe Donalda .08 Zenmac Discovery Mines .90 lunnc Easl Malarllc 1.00 INDUS Easl Sullivan 2.70 Ablllbi Falconbrldge 101.00 Alcan Frobex .26 Algoma Ste Flrsl Maritlmes .70 Atco Ind Giant Y.K. 9.00 Allan 5uga Granduc 550 Bell Tel Headway R.L. 8.DO Brazil Trac Hollinger 3B.50 B.C. Tel Hudson Bay M-S 23.00 Burns Hydra Ex. Fores Iron Bay 3.10 B.C. Sugar Iso 1.35 CAE Ind Jolier Quebec Cdn Brew Kerr Addlson 7.10 Chsmcell Key Anacon .58'A Col Cellulo Labrador 30.00 Cal Power Lake Shore 2.9D Coron Cred Langis Silver C.W.N. Gas Madsen R.L. .63 Cdn Indust Malarllc G.F. .64 Canada S S Martin McNeely 8.25 Cdn Marco Maelntyre 85-00 Cdn Vlcher Meta .14 Chrysler Midrim .73 CPR Intern Mogul 9.25 Comlnco New Wesl Home B 75 Cons Lev 3.50 3.BS 19 DU Corp Invesl 5.61 6.13 B Dreyufs F U.S. 12 62 13 M vsr Gr In shares 3.11 3.B9 PlDB 12 Gr Eqully 7.05 sfeil 675 Invest Gr F 10.B911.H 11 nvesl Mutual S.4S 5.97 Mulual Ac S.S7 6.04 Mutual Gr F S.31 584 Nat Res 8.17 h N W Finance .1.70 5.16 N W Gr 5.62 6.16 Principal Gr "3 t.7S Roylund 5.72 5.96 Temp Gr 2SJO 27.76 AC 1.11 i.48 Universal 5BV 7.2B tl.OO VANCOUVER 'd SrcMc w Vis. M 2l" Bath Norse .6B -1'00 Beth Copper 50.1214 ted 4.SO Bros 3.10 11.12'A Brendft 5.70 SARY B.C. Sugar 19.75 .50 B C Sunar Pfd 16. .0' Capl Infer 737V; Churchill Copper .BO .22 Columbia Cellulose' 3.BO .3S coronation Credit 1.10 E STOCKS Creslbrook F Ind 4.95 r L A '4B.H Croyden .19 L Pfd 73.50 Dolly Varden :9 is 23.12V] Dynosly 7.30 Gas 17.50 Forl Rellanca .43 Gas 13.25 Giant Mascol 5.30 Gas Granlsle B Pfd 31.25 Growers B 2.60 Tr 13.00 Key Indusl 22 Pld A 66.51) Hys 2.35 5.62'A Interior Brew 4.50 36.50 Inter Mariner 1.09 Pld A 69.50 Kamloops Copper .09 Pfd B 42.50 Lornex 7.70 War 11.62VJ Lylton Minerals 1.95 26.25 Helicop 6.00 ic Plains Pele 28 FUNDS m 9.42 silver Standard 1.55 Id 9.6B 10. SB Stampede Inll Res .S3 nl 2.83 J.18 Texmorrt M jnd fi.17 t.7B Trojan .40 3.02 weslern Mines 2.98 F -1.65 5.70 WC Res .07 7.06 Western Explor .17 r 13.36 Id 6B Ulics .25 2S, industrials n Securities of Canada OR SALE n. Quote i) a.m. QuoTci] .30 Dome Pete 10.25 Dofasco 33.62 Vs .37 CAB 19.50 Fd of Amer 27-55 Gf Cdn Oil 5.25 30.25 Gen Motors OJ.OO .70 or Lakes Pap 15.75 .12 Gulf Oil Cda 26.50 L'-O Greyhound U 25 35 Sid 2.35 15.25 Huron, Eric 21.75 J. 7.00 Hiram don imperial Oil 29.50 .0516 Imasca 19.50 2.dO Int Nickel 33.75 5.BO Irt Pipe Inv Gp A 7.12V2 da ijii Utilities 38.25 res 2.90 Indust Accepl lB.87Vb greaves 1.2B Laurenlide 8.25 .Bfi Kelly Doug A 5.I2W .12 Loeb 5.B5 Bear 5.05 Loblaw A .09 Melro Stores dfl.50 TDI i- e Massey Ferg 12.25 TKIt-5 McMillan Bloc 4.75 Moore Corp 36.50 19.00 Molsons A 1B.75 el 12.50 Molsons B IB. 00 B.6216 Norlh, Cent 1550 6.62Vi Power Corp J.B5 Price Co 7.75 Rolhmans 10.62Va 61.00 St Law Corp 19.00 1300 Shell CDA 36.50 19.35 Simpson's 21.371% 19-00 Simp Sears Sled of Can 26.00 Selkirk A 4.95 Texaco 35.00 n 3.70 Traders Gp A 13.50 26.50 Trans Mln Pp 23.50 t 1.10 Trans Can Pp 36.25 11.00 Union GBS 15.50 13.00 Union Oil 4050 31.25 Versalile Mlg 3.75 1 2.65 Weslecl 11-50 Union Car 16.00 31.62Va Weslcn's B 17.25 63.50 Woodward's A 23.42'% 23.75 West Cdn Sd 450 775 Zeniln Elec 1.90 BANKS 56 25 Can Imperial 23.25 24.00 Montreal 16.50 12 25 Nova Scotia 2B.25 19.00 Royal 13.00 Tcr-Dom 35.75 'k stocks n Securities of Calif. (AP) Dc-vclbpcr Ablwll Kuiney had a dream in '.900. He was going to the erotic Italian city of Venice on the Calilomia coast, complete with canals and singing gondoliers. Five years and 16 canal-miles later, the job wcs done. Two dozen gondoliers were brought in, wine flowed, Italian songs filled the air and Kinncy's dream became reality. But the shallow, landlocked canals grew slagnajit and debris-filled they were declared a lublic health menace only seven years after completion. Most were filled in and paved as streets by 1927. 0 Sole Mio faded away, eventually replaced by the jazz of this seaside community's famed beatniks in the 1950s and acid rock two decades later. Venice became widely known as an easy-going, tolerant town of coffee houses, small homes, [ree love, cheap wine, fresh air and minimal uio ttinney aream stm lingers. Only now it has a million price tag and goes by the distinctly ol vemcc waterways Development Improvement Project No. A-13-91540. It's become the state's lax assessment dislnct, approved in June by the Los Angeles city council after a bitter 10-year fight begun when some property owners petitioned tho city to clean up the crumbling dilches. And it's Eone far beyond a simple cleanup. OPINION DIVIDED It now envisages 3.7 miles of deepend, concrete-lined waterways that include a 1.5-mile canal extending down through the luxurious Marina del Rey yacht harbor immediately south of Venice to the ocean. Plans also call for a basin, restoration of five exisli 1 1 canals, 10 acres of public streets and new street lights and underground utilities. The city proper, perched on a magnificent sandy beach X miles ivest of Los Angeles and bordered by Marina del Rey and Santa Monica, has a broad boardwalk favored equally by hippie-types and elderly pensioners. The fight over the project has divided the natives here into three distinct camps those who don't want it at all, those who do but on a lesser scale and those who do and want to get on with the plan The anti-faction is represented by a slender 40-year-old free-lance architect, Rick Davidson, head of the Free Venice Committee. Davidson, although soft-spoken, is regarded by the two other groups as the voice of the city's hippie population. He has warned that to proceed with the project as planned could lead to violence and bloodshed. He sees Venice as threatened by land speculators who will use Hie project to turn the community into a seaside haven for the rich. Davidson, a 10-year resident of Venice, estimates the canals can be cleaned up by the tenants and property owners themselves for million. Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILADLE AT PRESS TIME TODAY Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 am., about 900 head; mostly mixed grades of slaugh-te'- steers and cows. Trade was active and strong. Slaughter steers and heifers were fully steady to strong; cows were steady to 25 cents higher with a good demand; bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 30.75 to 31.40, good 29.50 to 30.50, medium 28.25 to 29.25. Choice heifers 27.50 Co 28.40, good 26.25 to 27.25, medium 25 to 26.25. Good cows 22.75 to 23.70, medium 21.25 to 22.50, canners and cutters 18 to 21. Good bulls 23.50 to 25.50. Replacement cattle scarce with rcost of the offering heavy, fleshy, short-keep steers selling at steady prices. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 30.50 to 32.20. Insufficient stock of slaughter calves to establish a market. Hogs base price was stage riot ATTICA, N.Y. (AP) Prisoners rioted today at Tttica stale prison, selling fires and taking 33 hostages. Several persons were injured and one was taken from the maximum-security facility in an ambulance. State Corrections C o m m i s-sioner Russell G. Oswald said two hours after the outbreak that "they've taken 33 hostages and they won't talk with the superintendent." "They will talk only to the governor or to me." Oswald prepared to fly to the institution, near Buffalo. He said he had talked wilh Gov. Nelson Hockefeller about Ihe possibility of calling out the National Guard, but said no decision had been reached. Women clerical workers were ordered from the prison, which has prisoners. One report said about 500 prisoners were involved in the rioting. Oswald said in his Albany office. The prisoners had not issued demands and he didn't know the reason for the prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape-seed posted losses as much as jiree cents with local and commission houses on both side: of .he market at mid-session on .he Winnipeg Gram Exchange .oday. Oats and barley were fractionally lower in a moderate volume of trade and the rest of the market was down. Wednesday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rve. MID-SESSION Flax: Oct. 1 lower 2.28'AB, lower Dec. lov.-er 2.28, May lower Rapeseed Vancouver: Sept. lower Nov. lower 2.6BrBB, Jan. 3% lower 2.66HB, March 3Vt lower Hapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 1 lower Dec. lower 2.53VzA, May H4 lower 2.6HiA. Oats: Oct. lower 66A, Dec. 5a lower 65TaB, May lower 67WA. Barley. Oct. lower l.MVsA, Dec. lower 1.035BA, May lower Rye: Oct. Vi higher By THE CANADIAN PRESS Alberta Natural Gas Co. Ltd., 25 cents, Sept. 30. record Sept. 15. Argus Carp. Ltd., common 15 cents, class C pfd. 15 cents, both Dec. 1, record Oct. 29; 52.50 series pfd.A cents, pfd. series A 65 cents, class B pfd. 67lj cents, all Pfov. 1, record Oct. ]5. B r a s c a n Ltd., 25 cents Oct. 29, record Sept. TO. Hughes and Owens Co. Ltd., class B 10 cents; pfd. 40 cents, both Oct. 15, record Sept. 15. Mjniiiisli-in] Corp. Ltd., 10 cents, Sept. 30, record Sept. 15. Peoples Department Stores Lid., 12 cents, Sept. 30, record Sept. 17. Somervillc Industries Ltd., pfd. 70 cents, Oct. 1, record Sept. at the same li Wednesday. The banks index advanced to 214.07, passing Wednesda 1971 high of 213.57. Papers r .16 to 79.96 and utilities .09 153 M. Tbc corr.posilc remair unchanged at 184.10 and dustrials fell .11 to 187.43. Highlighting gains on Montreal Stock SALE! Wa are overstocked en Vi inch washed gravel. Thii gravel it excellent for gas admits Pacific CALGARY (CP) Pacific Lighting Gas Development Co. of Los Angeles today agreed to join the Gas Arctic Systems Study Group following an agreement with the Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. The agreement was announced jointly by Harry L. Lepape, president of Paciiic Lighting, and S. Robert Blair, president of Alberta Gas. Pacific Lighting is a subsidiary of Pacific Lighting Corp., formed last year to develop new supplies of natural gas for southern California. The study group is performing a comprehensive program of engineering, research and field surveys to determine the feasibility of constructing gas pipelines from the Arctic and Hog 3 Lighting subArctic areas of Canada and Alaska to serve North American energy markets. The group is also sponsoring investigations aimed at the early installation of a large gas artery from Alaska to existing transmission systems. Membership in the group also includes Alberta Gas, Canadian National Railways, Columbia Gas System Inc., Northern Natural Gas Co., and Texas Eastern Transmission -lyiBftMSp By Gene 9KB. High Low Close ..Flax 3ct 229 228V4 Nov 229% fflSli 23814 Dec 228 226'i May 236% 235i's Rapeseed Vancouver Sep 271 270'.i Nov 272 Jan 258% 264 V4 265 '.t Mar 206 262 263 Rapeseert TJiandcr Bay Oct 254 252 Vi 253% Dec 254U Jay 261 Oats Oct 65% Dec 66 May 67 65's 65% Barlev Oct 10311 VAVi Dec May 104'B 103% Rye Oct 01 90V4 89% Dec 89'4 88% 88% May 92% 91% etc. Reg. Price cu. yd. SALE PRICE M TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL CO. Ph. 327-4280 NOW IT'S POSS1BIE TO TAKE HOWE AW1ES WITHOUT SPECIAL LIGHTS. A NEW CAMERA ANDAAAORE SENSITIVE FILM MAKE POSSIBLE REAL-LIFE COLOR MOVIES IMCTORS OR OUTSIDE AT NIGHT WITH AS LITTLE AS 7 FOOTCANDLES OF1LLUMINATION... CAMCM Mil OFSCEUfS ONtY BV CANDLELIGHTS zw to, lu-lh.I .inj earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bank Canadian National, nine months ended July 31: 1971, 75.8 cents a share; 1970, 83.2 cents. Freehold Gas and Oil Ltd., six montlis ended June 30: 1971, loss; 1970, Superior Electronics Industries Ltd., Uiree months ended June 30: 1971, 3.2 cents a share; 1970, 2.2 cents. Systems Dimensions Ltd., year ended June 30: 1971, loss; 1970. loss. W a r d 1 1 r Canada Ltd.. six months ended June 30: 1971, loss, 10 cents a share; 1970, 45 Calumet .21 Dlst Sea W. Hrse Cop Mines 2.JO Noranda 33.15V; Textl Norlhgate 7.45 Dom Stores Neiv Yoi Supplied by ana 1003 4th Avenue S., Lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 cJData 16.00 5ld Oil of M.J. 10 Base Mel 90.05 up .15 Beth Slee! 26.50 Texas Gull 15 W Oils 7JI 50 orl .76 Chrysler Texas Co 33.75 Volume Comsaf 6550 WirkM Corp .J5.75 vnow AUPDerce Dupnnt 157.75 Woolworlh 52.00 NEW YORK GM 83.75 Weslinghouse Elec 95.50 30 Indus! 920.7B off .15 Gulf 3B.75 US. Sleel 32.35 30 Rails 247.03 up ?0 Inl Harvesler 38.75 15 Ulililies 11302 off .60 Kenn Copper 33.00 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slocks 315.04 oil .20 Monlgomery Ward 33.75 20 Indust 179.10 up .16 Volume futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live futures WINNIPEG (CP) Manlrtnl (CP) Closing average prices provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board Wednesday: Edmonton: 22.29. Average Tuesday 22.81. Red Deer: 22.GC. Average Tuesday 22.67. Calgary: 22.26. Average Tuesday 22.75. Lethbridge: 22.15. Average Tuesday 22.87. Lloydminster: 2160. Average Tuesday 22.70. Total hog sales 3.011. Average 22.32. Total sows 147. Average COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE Wednesday Open High Low Close Sep 32.75A Nov 32.00 32.00 Jan 31.10B Mar High Low Close Nov 2.25A Mar 2.60A Apr 2. 66 A Mar (CP) U.S. dol-ar in terms of Canadian funds unchanged at 9-16. Pound sterling was down 5-16 at Driven Automobiles Both cars are fully equipped including air conditioning with automatic temperature control. Trades BENY'S SALES STAFF ALEX TOKARIUK Mr. Bren: Logan, General Salci Mgr., Beny Chevrolet YORK (CP) Canadian dollar up 3-64 at 98 15-32 to make Things EASIER Aerators lea Cream Belt Reducer Maker Bicycles Jacks Boll Cullers Knee Kicker Camping Ladders Slaves, Tend, Lawn Mower elc. Lawn Roll en Car Pullers Lino Roller Re urn on, etc. Paint Sprayer Cement Mixers. Plumber-Trowels, etc. Snakei, etc. Chairs Poit Hole CoFfoe Urns Diggers Cofs Pumps Crane-Hoist Power Rake Cribs Polo-Tiller Dishes Play Pens Glasscf Sanden Goblels up 1-64 at SINKING A university geographer says park of the Texas coastline are receding five feet a NEW CROWSNEST SHOPPING CENTRE SQ. FT. NOW LEASING SPACE Limited relail and professional space is now available for leasing in the following areas: RETAIL ICE-CREAM BUTCHER-DELICATESSEN BAKERY TV-RADIO FURNITURE FAST FOOD TAKE OUT BOUTIQUES PIZZA-CHICKEN PROFESSIONAL DOCTOR, DENTIST, CHIROPRACTOR, ACCOUNTANT, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE WRITE OR TELEPHONE DIRECT TO: DELOS DEVELOPERS LTD. 3344 58 AVE. S.E., CALGARY, ALTA. TELEPHONE REALTORS OR THOSE WHO WANT TO BE Weslbank Real Estate has openings for serious career minded safes people draw an excefFent incentive plan. All interviews strictly confidential. Call FRANK T1NORDI-AT LINCOLN 4 Door Hardtop 1968 CADILLAC 4 Door Hardrop TO VIEW-CALL TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Coulls Highway PHONE 327-3165 OPEN WEEKDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 9 Tables Hammer Tow Bars, of ALEX TOKARIUK 1o heir salos staff. Alex has had IMMEDIATELY Two Top Calibre, Ambitious Salesmen To sell our exclusive line of 1972 automobiles coming soon. Full company benefils. Apply in person fo: LORNE FRANZ FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7th Si. and lit Aye. South Gun Remover Exerciser Bikes Wheelbarrows High Chair etc., etc. Open 7-7 (except Sun. and holidays) CALL WARDS FOR YOUR RENTAL NEEDS 1712 2nd S. Ph. sales field particu-arly In the truck division. He spenl 6 years with a General Motors dealership. Ho was born and raised in Lclhbridgo and is well known to many. He welcomes his many Beny's for their every motoring need. He would bo pleased 1o assist them. Alex is o married man with a ;