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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Pfimmfirr ft THF IFTHRIMnfiF nrnMn LEGAL This basset hound proudly displays its Los Angeles dog licence, which is cast in the shape of the city hall. The composite photo emphasizes the tag, which is slightly longer than one inch and can be worn comfortably by a miniature poodle, according to the city's department of animal coal wants to OTTAWA (CP) A Briti Columbia coal mining execulh said Monday he must be a lowed to build his own railwr and use available American f cilities in order to market co competitively in Japanese ma kets. William R. Prentice, mining build ow] h dent of the Crows Nest Indus tries Ltd., told the Canadia 1- transport, commission th y freight rates charged by CI a- Rail for carrying coal fron 3! fields hi southwestern B.C. I r- the coast are too high. Freight charges raised cost i- tibove the level of prices now n railway fered by Japanese i mainly, eight leading Japanese c steel producers. A wholly-owned subsidiary of i Crows Nest, Hie Kootenav and Elk Railway Co., and a U.S. rail giant, Burlington Northern Inc., applied to (Jie commission to build a rail line from the coal fields to the B.C.-Montana border for connection with the U.S. line. This involves crossing a CP Rail line already in the coal fields. Burlington Northern would carry the coaJ through Montana, Idaho and Washington before returning to B.C. and the immense port of Roberts Bank where the cargo would be loaded aboard Japanese freighters. Under questioning by CP Rail counsel Ernest Saunders, Mr. Prentice said Crows Nest is about 60 per cent foreign-owned. It was a "Canadian he said, because it was incorpo-lated in B.C. CP RAIL AGAINST PLAN CP Rail has entered a strong opposition to the application. Sir. Prentice said Burlington Northern, successortotho Great Northern Railway Co., had offered to move coal from the fields to port for S3.50 a short ton in 1964. He said he had offered CP Rail a ton to move the coal a year later. Both offers contained an automatic escalator clause to cover cost increases. Afterwards, Crows Nest sold its coal holdings to Kaiser Steel Corp., a large U.S. firm. Mr. Prentice said Kaiser bad been able to negotiate a a short ton rate with CP Rail. But the applicant felt their proposed plan would enable a lower rate. Prentice told the commission his company has recently re-entered the coal business although no formal sale contracts bad yet been entered. He said there has been a "dramatic increase" recently in Hie U.S. demand for thermal coal, which constitutes about 20 jer cent of total production. There was a good market for hermal coal in the Pacific Northwest, he said. The decade-old belief that nuclear power would prove a feasible source of energy was being abandoned and firms were scrambling to install thermal units. Also see story Page 20. prices Winnipeg H (CP) Tradt was continued light at mid-scs sion on the Winnipeg Grail Exchange today with price, easier in all commodities ex cept flax. Fair commercial buying on thin offers in flax advance; prices fractionally in Decem her and July futures. Vancouver rapeseed appear ed under considerable liquidation pressure with thin support from commercial interests Declines of three to 10 cents were posted. Thunder Bay i rapeseed was not open at mid-i session. Oats and barley were steady i to fractionally stronger on lighl was quiet with some inter-, month spreading and a little exporter scale down buying in December and May futures. Monday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, 2, j of rapeseed, of r rye. Mid-session prices Flax: Dec. Va higher May unchanged July higher Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan 10% lower March 4% lower May 3V1 lower Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec.. April, June not open. Oats: Dec. unchanged 87A, May Vi lower 89A, July nol open. Barley: Dec. unchanged 1.28, May lower July not open. Rye: Dec. lower 1.08KB, May lower July unchanged Prices Monday for Class Two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.83V4; 2 3 4 1.71; 1 Durum 2 3 4 IGA prices: 1 Nor 1.8314; 2 l.SH'a; 3 4 1.71; 1 Durum 2 3 4 1.6554. Grain quotes Monday (basis Lakeheadi: High Low Close Flax Dec 252% 250% 250% May 260% 259% 260% Jly 261% 261 261% Rapesceil Vancouver Jan 32114 313 314'A Mar 289% 285% Sffil May 274 259% 271 Kapesecd Thunder Bay Dec 271 270 2iO% Apr 276% 277V-Jun 275 272 272 Oats Dec 87 May 89% 89 Vi Jly 88 li Barley Dec 128 May 129% 129% July 129 Rye Dec 108% 108% May 11514 11614 Jly 116% 11614 Market for seco TORONTO (CP) Tire To ronto stock market was frac tionally lower in light mid morning trading today as it en tered a second consecutive los ing session. On index, industrials were off .38 to 171.69, golds .39 U 165.55, base metals .42 to 89.3! and western oils 1.11 to 191.59. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares. Losses outnumbered gains 128 to 76 with 172 issues unchanged Weakest sectors were banks pipelines and steels. Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas dropped to ?3S, Bow Valley to Royal Bank to Bank of Montreal to Weston to and Rio Algom Vi to Supertest ordinary climbec 1% to Income Disability to and Shell Vz to MODERATE TRADE MONTREAL (CP) The Montreal stock market was mixed in moderate trading today. Industrials, utilities and papers moved higher whi e other sectors were lower. Combined vo umc on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges to 11 a.m. was shares traded, compared with at the same time md day On index, banks dropped 1.9 to 173.61 and the composite .0 to 169.51 while papers climbe .30 to 89.01, industrials .21 t 173.43 and utilities .10 to 149.59. Canada and Dominion Suga dipped Vt to Versafood 7 to Denisori Mines to Noranda to and Eoya Bank to Shell Canada advanced t Dominion Stores Vz t CPR to Hollmge to 530% and OSP Ltd. t On the Canadian Exchange Cadillac Exploration gained 1 cents to while Caliper Deve: onment slipped 11 cents to PRICES DOWN NEW YORK (AP) Stod market prices continued driftini down today in moderate trad ing. At noon the Dow Jones aver agi of 30 industrials was off 2.4( at 816.20. Among C a n a d i a n s on the NYSE, Dome Mines fell to and Granby Mining also dropped to S19V4. Down were Alcan to and Cana dian Pacific to International Nickel was up to and Massey-Ferguson was up to On the Aniex, Molybdenite Canada was off to anc Jupiter Corp. was down V-i to mines., industrials u'jppiiCu oy i.lcnurcJson Securities of Cnnsdu LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes] MINES Noranda 29.50 Dome Pete 76.00 Acme .OBVs Nortriga 8.60 Dofasco 33.00 Advocate Asb. 5.15 Opem ska ?.25 Fam Play 10.00 Akaitcho .4G Osisko .35Va Fd of Amer 53.00 Area Mines 1.65 Patino 30.03 Gt Cdn Oil 375 Belcher Iron M Pine Pont 31.50 Gen Motors fll 00 Black Bay 13.00 Placer Dev. 31.25 Gt Lakes Pan 1750 Bralorne 1.51 P.C. Exp. .68 Gulf Oil Cda 16.75 Broulan Quebec Man .53 Grev 1362 Bethlehem 13.00 Rayrock 1.22 Hawker ltd l'9C Brunswick J.25- Radiore .Wh RlS Erie 1837 cS TUn3' 53 iS 5" A'9cm 'Mo Hiram walk CSSSIar 23.00 Roman Corp. 6.40 Imncrlnl 19 W Cmlral Pal. Z50 Silverfields 1.90 Tnh li VI Chimo 1.51 Sherrill Gordon 16.17 TM rt.l JTW Conwest 9.80 silver Miller .'V p ?7 Cons. Rambler .94 Sleep Rock 2.40 Coin Lake .1514 Slscoe 1.80 "v fi'fi Cochenour .45 Tefc Corp. 6.2S Craigmont 8.35 Texmonl .a i'S? Dlr.kenson Mine 1.13 Upper 2.05 J501" A Denlson Mines 23.00 Western Mines 3.25 Laurenlidc 6.00 Deer Horn .07 Wright Har. 1.23-- ,L0fP 3-75 D'Eldona 1.34 windfall .13 A .IS Dome Mines 60.00 Willroy 1.38. Metro Stores 27.50 Donalds' .21 Yollowknlfe Br. 4.70 Fer9 Discovery Mine 1.15 Zenmac McMillan Bloa 26.25 East Malartlc 1.40 imniKmiAi Moore Corp 33.00 Easl Sullivan its .MIIM m Molsons A 16.00 Falconbridge 142.50 Molsons B 15.00 Frobex .11 ca" North, Cent 14.50 First Maritime! 1.05 s .in ,f Pemblna Pp 23.50 Giant Y.K. 8.90-- 'J0 Power Corp 4.75 Gunnar 1.21 n V T i J-TM Prlce Co 7-75 Granduc 6.50 5B" Rottimans 10.25 Headway R.L. 8.50.. IS'S St. Law Corp 19.0H Holllnger 36.25 >e Shell CDA 32.00 Hud. Bay M-S 19.75 Simpson's 17.12 Hydra Ex. .19 B.C. Forest 25 00 s.mj Sears 2J Highland Bell 2.85 B.C. Sugar 15.25 2S25 Iron Bay 3.30.. CAE nd 4.50 A 1000 so 1.B2 Cdn Brew 7.25 T m Janet Quebec .SIVi Chenice Traders Gp A 9.62' Kerr Addlson ?.70 Col Cellulose 4-'2'A Trans Mtn PD 1862 Key Anacon .25 Cal Power 26.50 pf Labrador 33.50 Coron Credit 1.15 R v Lake 3.10 CWN Gas 11.12V4 M oil Leitch 1.60 Cdn Indus! 10.00 versatlte Mfo Lanais Silver .0814 Canada s s 28.25 3 900 Macassa 1.10 Cdn Marconi 2.75 iininn far Madsen R.L. .71 Cdn Vjckers 9.75 vSon? B 2075 Malartlc GF .80 Chrysler 29.37V4 wUdward" A 1650 Martin McNecly CPR 47.37V4 West Crln Id 395 Maybrun .15 cominco 22.25 n< Maclntyr. 150.00 Cons Bath 9.75 Meta .14 Cons Gas 19.00 BANKS Mldrlm .2? Dist Sea 51.00 Can Imperial 19.50 Intern Mogul 10.75.. Dom Bridge 18.50 Montreal 14.50 New Athens .14 Domtar 14.25 Nova Scotia 2050 New Calumet .29 Dom Text le 11.50 Royal 23.00 New Imperial ?.1S Dom Stores 9.12'A Tor-Dom 20.00 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roedhmise and McCuaig) LAST BID OP. SALS a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Cuales) WESTERN OILS Joutel 1.00 Gr Equity 5.83 6.40 Alminex 5.95 Kaiser Res 8.00 Gr In Share 3.0S 3.37 Asamera 14.75 Kam Kotia .96 Invest Gr 10.21 11.1 Banff 13.25 Lake Ont Pt Ce 2.25 Invest Mulual 5.05 5.5 B. P. Oil 5.55 MGF Manage 1.75 IOS Vent 3.42 3.7 Can Southern 5.10 Mentor .67 Mutual Ac F 4.78 5.26 Cdn Exp Gas 4.20 Newconex 6.20 Mutual Gr F 4.18 4.6t Ashland Pac Pete 23.75 Mu.luaJ JJJ Cdn Home 7.10 Rank Organ 16.25 x'H Cdn Indus Ga! 11.50 Selkirk Hold 10.00 N ,Fin J-Jj Cdn Long Is .65 Shell nv 32.00 Cdn Superior 37.12'A Shell Inv Pfd 32. OD !L i ,S rl ilS Cent Del Rio 10.62VJ Shell Inv Wts 13.4214 rSf j Charter 6.25 Sicks Ra nier 2.50 Si! t'S5 Chettan 7.33 West Cdn Sd P. 3.90 united Ar 439 lei Dynam Pete 1.22 White and Yuk 16.75 universal sav A'SI Great Plains 30.75 CALGARY ufuSiu.V Mill City 1.85 Acroll 1.18 VANCOUVER New Cont .90 Anac Pete .09 North Cdn Oil 6.00 Barons Oil .06 Mining .17 Numac 7.90 North Cont .02V4 S''.ahs Permo .78 plains Pete .37 nf 7? Petrol 1.35 West Warner .53 c Pinnacle .91- Modison .24 Gas 1.27 Rexdale .10 BC sugar 1575 Ranger 13.25 PIPELINE STOCKS Capi Inter Scurry Rain 52.3714 Alta Gas Tr L A 49.50 Churchill Copper 1 15 Spooner 2.0fi Ajta Gas Tr L pfd 78.00 Coronation Cr 1.05 West Decalta 6.35 Alta Gas (Nat 22.75 Crestbrook F fnd 5.25 MISCELLANEOUS Inland Nat Gas 10.1214 Croyden .23 lunnsTBHH N and C 14.00 Dolly Varden 39 INDUSTRIALS N and C B Pfd 30.CO Dynasty 5.55 Atco Industries 9.75 Ga: Metro 4.65 Fort Reliance .39 Aquataine 26.00 Tr Cdn Pipe 35.25 Giant Mascol 3.95 Brit Nfid Corp 4.80 Tr Cdn P Pfd 41.75 Granisle 10.25 Cdn Hyd Carb 15.371b Tr Cdn P Pfd A 66.00 Key Indusl .30 Cdn Pac Inv P. 24.50 Tr Cdn P War 12.12V2 Hy's 2.25 Cyqnus A 5.37vi Wesfcoast Tr Interior Brew 5.00 Cyqnus B 6 00 Western Pacific 4.85 Jericho .08 Cum Prop 1375 MUTUAL FUNDS Kamloops Copper -151b Home Oil A 27.00 AGF Special 2.34 Lornex 6.00 fome Oil B 2725 All Cdn Com 6.92 7.56 Lytton Mineral! 2.6! tone arid Pit "n Dlvld 7.94 8.6! Madrona .41 Bav Co 15 cdn 3-'7 3-57 New Cronln .07Vi !ud Bay Oil 36.37lb Amr Gr F '-m 5'29 lnmP Bnv on p 59 5.33 5.66 Primer 15 InSmT nil cdn invest F A" Pyramid .27 luskv 01 War 750 Co1 Mutua 5'56 silver stand V35 ntpr pro Rlnp 1175 Cmnw Inter 11.48 12.58 Trojan .28 ri Mill SM lorn Cmnw Lcv 2-SB 3-'s Western Mines 3.20 n utll Pfd 32.00 Co lnvest J07 55., Westcoast Res .16 nler Steel 7.75 Corp ,nv s p JJ5 AM Western .j, eff Lake Dreyfus F U.S. 10.05 12.11 Utica .61 New York stocks Supplied by Richardson. Securities ol Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 150 cattle Receipts mixed quality rade moderately active. Coot and choice butcher steers meeting only fair demand jrices 25 to 50 cents lower ilediiim grades weak to 25 cents lower. No butcher heifers sold early. Medium and good cows meeting an report demand, prices barely steady Medium and good stocker anc feeder cows scarce and sellin generally steady. Choice steers 29.25 to 29.80 good 28.50 to 29; medium 27 to 28.25. Good cows 19.50 to 20.50; medium 18 to 19; canners are cutters 15 to 18; good ligh stock steers 30 to 32.50. Good bulls 22 to 23.50. Butcher hogs sold Monday f.o.b. Lethbridge 22.50 to 22.8 base price. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts today to 11 a.m., head, practically all slaughter steers and cows. Trade was moderately active with most of the demand being from local and Alberta buyers. Light slaughter steers sole steady. Steers weighing more than pounds and steers of any weight sold under pressure at discounts of to Heifers about steady with sales of lean, light heifers to 29. Cows were of medium and canner kinds, selling steady. Bulls were steady. Choice steers 29.25 to 31, depending on weight, good 28 to 29.50, depending on weight, medium 26.50 to 27.50. Choice heifers 28 to 28.60, good 27 to 27.75, medium 25.50 to 26.75. Medium cows 18.50 to 20, canners and cutters 13 to 18. Good bulls 21 to 24. There were Insufficient replacement cattle on offer ear-iy to establish a market. Stock calves were in short supply being mostly steer calves, prices were 1.00 lower. Good stock steer calves 37 to 39.30, good stock heifer calves 31 to 35.75. Hogs base price 22.35 to 22.55, currently unsold at 22. Portland Livestock PORTLAND (AP) Cattle and calves slaughter steers poorly tested; slaughter leifers strong; slaughter cows 50 to 75 higher; other classes not established. Slaughter steers choice few mme to Ibs 26.25 to S.50; slaughter heifers choice 800 to Ibs 25.75 to 27.00; ;ocd and choice 775 to Ibs 2.50 to 25.75. Slaughter cows utility and commercial 18.00 to 22.00; canner and cutter 16.25 to Business B.C. frail hangs on PENTICTON, B.C. (CP) Even if Canadians heeded the saying "an apple a day keeps the doctor the British Columbia fruit industry would still be in trouble. Ian Greenwood, general manager of B.C. Tree Fruits Ltd., the co-operative marketing agency for the interior's member-growers, calls the present situation "terribly gloomy." Allan Claridge. president of the B.C. Fruit Growers' Association, blames the federal government for the lack of an agricultural policy for provincial fruit farmers. And George Whittaker, president of B.C. Tree Fruits and its fruit processing subsidiary, Sun-Hype Products Ltd., cites world competition, world overproduction and failure of the Canadian government to protect the grower. All of vvhich leaves the grower in the rich Okanagar. trade ropes holding apples and soft fruit by the bushel. SEEKS A GRANT The industry has an application before the price stabilization board for a million grant to compensate apple growers for losses incurred when heavy frosts nearly wiped out the 1969 soft fruit crop. Valley fruit growers had domestic and overseas sales of only in 1969, compared with the previous year. Only the hardier apple stood up, with sales tola -ling The losses, coupled with plummeting world prices, stiff competition and rising production costs, has left many Okana-gan growers on the ropes. "But obviously a industry is not going to said Mr. Greenwood. "We can grow quality, we have a first-c ass organization. "There are real problems, and I don't know how going to overcome them, particularly with a government that doesn't take a firm executed iii ditch FORT BENNING, Ga. (AP) With bursts of rifle fire over a period of 1% hours, a court martial witness says, Lieut. William Calley executed group after -group of South Vietnamese civilians at a My Lai ditch. "I would estimate that between 90 and 100 Thomas Turner testified Monday. That testimony prompted a long legal argument and defence demands for a mistrial. Judge Reid Kennedy was to rule today on the mistrial motion. "For the first time the government brings forth testimony there were two groups of victims in the argued George Latimer, chief Chilian counsel for Calley, who is charged with the murder of 102 civilians. If the victims are to be broken into Latimer said, they should have been charged as separate offences. Se accused th3 government of "trying to get in back-door evidence of people being paraded fito this ditch." WAS TEAM LEADER Turner, a 24-year-old University of Nebraska student, was a team leader in Galley's platoon during the sesrch-and-destrov mission at My Lai, thought to be a Viet Cong stronghold. In the ditch at the east side of My Lai, he said, he saw bodies of men, women and children oozing blood. Calley and Pfc. Paul Meadlo were there, Turner said. "Calley began firing into another group of people standing ind kneeling in another part o'f he he said. "As I walked closest to to borrow EDMONTON (CP) City council passed two money by-aws authorizing borrowing million through the sale of de-jentures. Debentures worth million will finance capital programs or Edmonton Telephones. These bonds are for a 10-year erm and carry an interest ate of 8.75 per cent. The debentures worth million are for a 20-year term and arry an interest rate of 9.25 per cent. This includes SI. 5 million for Mmonton Telephones, mil-ion for Edmonton Powir, million for Edmonton Water nd 51.5 million for sewer ex-ensions. cycle the ivorld 'for a VANCOUVER Arthur and Ann Slough iecided it was time for a change, so they sold their souse in England and set off 'or Australia by bicycle. After flying to Montreal from London, they averaged 55 miles a day across Canada until they came to the Rockies. From here, thev cycled down the West Coast, through the U.S. and Mexico, to Acapulco, -where Uiey loaded their portable household of a tent, sleeping bags, cooking utensils and a stove aboara a direct flight to Ks Zealand and Australia. Mr. Slough, 47, a retired helicopter design draftsman, said he and his wife, 49. spent a day for general expenses across Federal Grain pays dividend WINNIPEG (CP) prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. supplied by the Alberta Hcg Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 22.30 to 22.35, selling 22.35, average Monday 22.65. Red Deer: Quoted 22.25 to 1 22.35, selling 22.30, average Monday 22.73.. Calgary: Quoted 22.35 to 22.55, unsold at 11 a.m. at 22.00, Monday average Grain Ltd. has announced a dividend of 10 cents a common share payable Feb. 1971, to shareholders of record Jan. 15. Federal Grain paid 10-cent quarterly dividends for several years. Last September the company reduced the November dividend to five cents, re-fleeting a policy to relate dividends to earnings. First-quarter results ending Oct. 31, 1970, will be mailed to shareholders Dec. HEAD DIES PALM SPRINGS, Calif, feuter) Gen. Thomas S. 'ower, 65, who retired as com-lander-in-chief of the Strate-ic Air Command in 1964, died t his home here. prices egg and poultry report issued by the Alberta Department of Agriculture: Eggs To Producers T and T 47.50 Montgomery naconcla 'J1.75 Sears th Sleel 21.25 Std Oil of hrj-sler Texas Gulf omsat 51.62V: Texas Co )gpont 116.00 sneral Motors Weslinghouse ulf 30.00 U.S. Steel nt Harvester 39.00 TORONTO 30.00 20 Golds 165.40 off 1.14 74.50 10 Base Met 89.19 off .61 N.J. 72.25 15 W Oils 191.54 off 1.16 115.75 Volume 37'ny'NEW YORK AVEBAOES Elec 30n Indust 816.20 off DfETRKH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Maritime potato futures l.l lliiarij.ii, 39; A medium 30; 20 Rails 15B.3I off .21 VERAGES 15 Utilities 118.58 off Dial-A-Thought II Monday 22.68. Llcydminster: No sales, average Monday 21.90. Total hogs sold to 11 a.m. 700. Total hogs sold Monday Provincial average 22.66. fit flll nnints retailers A large 51 to 52; A medium 41 to 42; A small 27 to 28; B 33 to 34; C 19 to 20; Cracks 19 to 20. To consumers (hi cartons; A large 52 o 54; A medium 43 to 44; A small 29 to group. He changed clips and kept on firing." Turner said he then walked 75 yards to the north and "there was constant firing as I inactive Monday, Bids entered at prices even with to three points over previous close levels. Open High Low Close Mar 2.65B Apr 2.75B May 3 government WASHINGTON (AP) a member of the ederal Power Commission nee 1965, has resigned to V To 70, clubbed during licfuor store robbery EDMONTON (CP) Two armed and masked bandits with in cash from sn Alberta Liquor Control ioard store in west Edmonton md one elderly customer was i n hospital with head injuries. The robbers, armed with .38-alibre revolvers and wearing ki-type masks, escaped in an Id model car. Joseph Doll, 70, of Edmonton pas clubbed on the side of the j cad with a gun butt when he esitated when told to lie on he floor. Limit For Receiving Petitions For Private Bills Take notice that fne time for receiving petitions for Private Bills at the next Session of the Legislative Asembly will expire on Monday, the First day of February, 1971. W. H. MacDonald, Clerk of the Legislative 2601 10th Avenue 'A' North and 261 01 Oth Avenue 'A' North 2 bedroom sp! f entry bunga ows, featuring large family kitchen wifh eating area, broad loom, high j basement windows for economical complc ion of extra bedrooms and rccrcat on room roughed for double plumbing. Priced fo sell at Approved Mortgage at Contact ART de GRAAF, Ph. No. 1 chicken broilers, llHi. Flow under 4, 5, Turkey under 12, 12 to 18, over 18, 24. Live No. 2 chicken broilers. 17. Turkev Under 12, 12 to 2314; over CAREER An Edmonton based public company requires an ambitious and energetic C.A. or equivalent to develop and maintain comprehensive programs of internal audit and accounting procedures to integrate with a relatively new E.D.P. department. COMPENSATIONS Excellent opportunity to advance to a senior management position in an expanding organization, Salary open depending upon experience and qualifca-tions with a full range of fringe benefits. Apply in strict confidence to: MR. BOB BURTON Phona 328-5626, Lethbridge (o arrangt futures WINNIPEG (CP) Prices 'ell in light trade Monday on he Winni; g beef futures mar- i ;ct with contracts executed in January and March futures at irices as much as 105 points iclow current levels. Offers in he May future came at 30 mints lower. Open High Low Close Ian 29.70 29.70 28.75 28.75 Mar 29.60 2.9.60 29.20 29.20A t May 29.45A ;