Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THI 1FIHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, 30, 1972. MERCHANDISE DISTRIBUTORS (the new name foranc acme novelty) to celebrate the delivery of thousands of value-packed catalogues to Lethbridge homes. to invite you to C9me down and get your free copy if you didn't receive one, and membership cards no longer required now it's easier than ever for you to save! We've changed our name. And we've made things easier for you to save. You no longer have to be a member to enjoy Acme's dollar-saving values on famous brand name merchandise. Our doors are now open to everyone! because we feel everyone should be able to take advantage of the thousands and thousands of great values so beautifully illustrated in our gigantic 212-page, full-colour catalogue. If, by any chance, you have not received your .Acme catalogue, come down now and pick up a free copy. You'll 'be absolutely thrilled with the low, low distributor prices you'11 find on famous brand name merchandise. AndVou'll be at the right place to take full advantage of them. SAVE ON FAMOUS BRAND NAMES LIKE THESE: Bell Pentax Kodak Temptation Philco Fleetwood Polaroid Tempo Marksman, Epalding Winchester Hoover Schick Phillips Remington Timex Ronson Samsonite Sunbeam C.I.L Skil Blacks Decker Fisher Prico Wilson' Campbell Daiwa Shakespeare G.E. Weslinghouse Gruen Coleman Texmade Wabasso Eldon Mattel 6th Street South, Lethbridge. Downtown opposite the Parkade. Phone 328-1761 with branches in most major Canadian cities. LETHBRIDGE STORE HOURS: MONDAYTHROUGH SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TIL9 P.M.