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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta mine (Supplied By Kichardso LAST BID a.m. Quotes) (1UOO B.m MFNES Norsnda jj Norlhgare Advxala Asb, 1.6S Norlex Akallcho .66 Oiisko Dralwna 1 30 Pine Point Broulan .301.'i Placer Dev. BeJhleJiem 20.25 p.c. Exp Brunswick 3.75 Quebec industrials i Securities of Canada) on SALE OuoTei) B.m. Domlar H.M i-80 Dom Texllla .la Dom Sfcxei 15.00 .2ft Dome Pete 41.75 31-50 Dcfasra 38.00 39.7S Cable 19JO 3.BO Ford of Am .11 Grl Cdn Oil US Cen Motors 75.50 28 Get Lakes Pp li.25 20.75 GUlf Oil Cda 4.00 Greyhound 19.1 2 Vi on 15.00 Mawker Sid 3.SO .05 Eric 58.15 I.M Hiram Walker Imp Oil 37.631'j .53 1m a sea IZ.STVi a 2.3S Inl NIcKaf 32 VWt es 3.35 Int Pipe 30.50 reaves ".lO Inv Grp A T.10 Inl UI11 .11 ind Accept 1 grain m WINNIPEG CCP) The Canadian Wheat Board has wo-posed taking over some major grain marketing functions from Ihe about 20 tirms that now do this job for a fee. The companies, represented by Ihe shippers and prroposals are "impossible" for he shippers and urged the board to reconsider. The proposals generally follow recommendations of the Canadian grain marketing review committee, which had a report on Canadian grain selling tabled in the Commons more than a year ago. Further discussions between [he wheat board and the shippers and exporters committee a-e to be held soon, likely next week. The marketing study, under the chairmanship of Winnipeg economist M. W. Menzies, urged the Wheat Board to move grain down lake from Thunder Bay itself, eliminating commissions now paid to agents. The study said the commissions are "largely without functional reasons or control." Mr. Hughes said shippers feel the incentives for selling Canadian grain as agents, offered by the wheat board to replace lost commissions, won't make up for the revenue lost from discontinuing handling Ihe grain as principals. The board's proposals would take effect Aug. 1, the start o! the 1972 73 crop year. The wheat board's executive director, Gordon Earl, said final details of the proposals haven't been worked out yet with shippers. "It's a first step in implementing the Menzies report. We won't IM able to have another meeting with the shippers until next week. "But anything you try lo change that's been in effect since 1M3 isn't going to change said Mr. Earl. Mr. Hughes declined to estimate how much revenue the sliippers likely would lose in dollar terms. 1 The Menzies report said grain agents should be considered "a valued part of the integrated sales system" of Canadian grain but board owned grain should be moved from Thunder Bay to eastern ports without the use of agents. It said also that on direct sales by the board to such countries as China or the U.S.S.R., the practice of using agents as forwarders should ba discontinued. The Menzies report's general recommendation was more flexibility and more "market-oriented attitudes" in selling wheat, rejuvenating the present system under the wheat board while keeping to its basic objectives. ENTER HACK The Boston Globe quotes Senator Edward Kennedy as saying in an interview that he would "not exclude Ihe possibility" of accepting (lie Ilcmocraiic vice presidential nomination on a ticket headed by Sena-to George McGovcrn o f South West oil stocks reach new highs TORONTO (CP) Western Chemical 14 lo Genstar il issues on the Toronto stock to SIS and TransCanada 17.00 Radlore Cwirral Pat. RFo Algom Chlmo 1.15 Roman Corp. Conwcsf 7.70 Sherrllr Gore Cons. Ramblsr 1.A5 Silver Mllfer Coin Lake Sleep Reck .54 Tek Corp. CraTgrnont Texmon! Dickenion Mines 1.A5 Upper Canat Dention Wines 31.75 Weslern Mln Deer Horn .07 Wright Hafg D'Eldona Wi Willroy Dome Mints 73.00 re nothing WASHINGTON (AP) A mystery witness told a House of Representatives committee loday that he and his friends had fixed races at Suffolk1 about every track on the East Coast." The witness, whose identity was kept secret until the hearing started, said the races wera fixed over a two- to three-year period. Mr. X, identified at the hearing as Bobby Byrne, said he had fixes races at Suffolk Doivns, Mass.; Lincoln Downs and Naragansett, R.T; Pocono, Pa.; Bowie and Pimlico, Md.; Tropical Park and new Fla.; Churchill Downs, Ky.; Shenandoah, W. Va. River Downs, Ohio, and Fairmont Park in St. Louis. Byrne said he would usually use drugs to slow down most of the field Byrne also said he and his friends owned about 15 horses during the period and would hold these horses in some races. Flanked by his four bodyguards, Byrne said it was impossible to find out who owned what horses. He said you could 'give 'everybody in this room or Nader's Raiders 10 years and they wouldn't find out who owned 60 per cent of the horses. "There are some legitimate people in racing, but very he said. Byrne said his group usually would drug six of the 10 horses in a race and then bet on the four horses who had not been cached highs for the year in lid-morning trading today as rices in most sectors moved Jgher in moderate trading. The western oil index was up .16 to 232.42, a high for the ear and industrials .32 to 03.78. Golds were down .27 to 12.01 and base metals .19 to 5.51. Volume by lla.m. was shares, up from t the same time Tuesday. Advances outnumbered de-lines 131 to 92 wilh 172 issues inchanged. Among oil issues. Aquilaine ;limbed Ti to Dome Pete ?s to Gulf Oil to md Pan Ocean ft lo Banking, oil refining, pipeline, lecl. paper and forest and com-nunicalion stocks moved mod-rately higher while beverage, nerchandising and real estate locks drifted lower. Murrilt Photofax was up Is to Alberta Gas Trunk to 5814, Moore lo Roman ?orp. 30 cents to and Dy-lasly li to Molson A rose to nco 1'a to Canadian In-lustrial Gas and Oil Yi to md OSP Industries Va lo Union Oil Canada dropped Va o Imperial Oil It to fto Algom ife to 14 to li and Electro-lome 14 to _IGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices irmed in all sectors save banks n light trading on the Montreal lock market today. Industrials were up .77 to 17.43, utilities .12 to 162.56, the omposite .55 to 210.46 and to 87.18. Banks were ff .10 to 249.31. Combined volume on the Uon real and Canadian stock 'xchanges was shares at I a.m., compared with it the same time Tuesday. Falconbridge Nickel was up 1 a Andres Wines to iapid Data to 529, AnnitaLr.c 14 to Great Lakes Vaper 14 o Shell Canada 14 to Gulf Oil Canada 14 to ind Hudson's Bay Oil 14 to MOlz. Southam was off lo B.C. Telephone 14 lo 15 to MARKET RALLIES NEW YORK (AP) The stock market rallied loday in active trading. Gaining issues outpaced the losers almost 3 to 1 on the New York Stock Exchange. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 8.23 at 946.57. Brokers attributed at least Mrt of the surge to a report from Paris that the Soviet Union and France might try lo serve as peacemakers in both the Middle East and in Indochina. Among Canadians, Distillers Seagrams rose to Canadian Pacific Vt to Inco Vs to Massey-Ferguson Va to and Walker Gooderham to W. Dome Mines dropped to Genstar to and Mclntyre Vt to On the American Stock Exchange, Preston climbed Vt to s and Scurry-Rainbow Vt to -75 Zenmac Kelly Doug A 7.35 East Mafarilc 1.90 INDUSTRIALS Lwb 4.20 East Sullivan 3.JS AblMbi 9.00 Loblav; A Falconbridge 68.75 Alcan 7D.12VJ Mel Stores 30.50 Frobex .75 Afgoma Steel 13 87Vj McMillan Bfw 74.75 First Marltlmes -72 Atco Ind n.75 Moore Corp J7.QQ Giant Y.K. 8.90 AllanMc Sugar Motsons A 36.00 Bovis 1.80 Aqra Ind Molsons B Granduc 3.70 Bell Tel Norlh Cent Headway R.L. 5.5O Braill Trac 2J.25 Power Corp n.37tfi Holllnger 4KOO B.C. Te! 4075 Price Co. 8.UV? Hudson Bay M-S 41.00 Burns 14.75 Rolhmans 21.75 Hydra fx .14 B.C. Forest 20.75 St Law Corp la.OQ Bay 3.40 B.C. Sugar 21.25 Shell CDA 45.M) 1.85 Bow Val Ind 31 Simpson's 27.00 Jolifrt Quebic .30 CAE Ind 700 Simp Sears' Kerr Arfdlson 1Q.37Vi Cdn Brew 7.Hli Sleel of Can Anacon .23 Chemcell 4 95 Selkirk A Jl.Wi Labrador Col Cell 3.00 Texaco -W.CO LaXe J.5S Calgary Pow 2i.50 Trans Mtn Pp 22.00 Lang is Silver .07 Coron Credit 1.55 Union OK Mad sen -it C.W.N. Gas Pfd 11.25 Wesleel 21.00 MalarMc G.F. .70 Cdn Ind U.75 Union Car 18.75 Marlln Cdn Marconi 3.95 Woodward's A 27.75 CAaclnlyre 43.25 Cdn Viewers West Cdn Seed 4.50 Mela Chrysfer Zenllh Elc 2.SO MFdrlm C.P.R. BANKS Intern Mogul 990 Comlnco 2B.25 Can Imp 26.00 Nu West Homes 9.37Vt Cons Bath Montreal 20.25 New Athona .16 Cons 17.75 Novs Scotia 3575 New Calumet .241A Oljt Seaqrami 37 25 Royal 31.00 W. Horse Copper 3.35 Dom Brltfga 30.7S Tor-Dom 30.00 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolierty, McCnaig Limited) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quoles) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Husky Oil War 4.35 Mutual Gr F 5.SO Almlnex 5-40 Inter Prov P 13.87 Nat Res 7.06 7.72 Alfa East Gas 6.B5 Inter Prov Sleel 12 trfy N Ffn 5.73 Asamera ia.63'A Kaiser Res 3.JO N W Gr 5.92 Ashland 11.50 Pacific Pete 3S.2S Principal Gr 5.09 5.59 BP Oil Gas 5.00 Rainier 6.7S Royfund tM 6.93 Can Soulh A.10 Temp Gr 7.15 7.BT Cdn Ex Gas TGledyne 5.00 Unlfed Ac 5.47 Cdn Homesfrf 7JS West Cdn Seed 6.62Vi Universal Sav B.09 8.89 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 10.12'A While YuKon 12.25 Vanguard 10.19 11.17 rrin Super 43.00 1-40 Cmnw Vent Cdn Long Is .55 CALGARY VANCOUVER Chieflan fl.25 MINES gTrl-K" E "'S '1? Si'tl? P" I rfmSat a lnlsnd Nal Ga> 16-25 ttolhTvird c t'pld 257J loijl G" A INDUSTRIES S MUTUAL FUNDS 11 Aquataina 24 All Cdn Com 8.36 9.H Valley Copptr Brlnco 6.37Va All Cdn DIvEd 9.11 10.07 WC Rei Cdn Brew A 30.25 All Cdn Vent X.08 iM INDUSTRIALS Brew B 35.71 Amr Or F 4.73 7.3> Block Bros 3 IS Cdn Pacllic Inv AGF Soecial 3.45 Be Sugar Jo'io Cygnus A cdn In F S.06 i.MBc Sugar Pfd 1 Cvgnus B i.JJ'A Cot Mulual 4.82 CapV Inl" "Ijii Falcon Copp.r cmnw Inttr 3.89 J.JICrast Fw Ind 375 Genstar 11.00 Cmnw Lev 3.B7 Hys JM Home A Corp Invesr S.I5 Columbia 3'J5 Home B 31.5T> Corp In SI F 5.21 5.59 Key Indus! 59 Kud Day Co Oreylus F U.S. 13.27 14.54 picnic W Air Jj'S Husky Oil B Pfd 43.25 Mu'Jal SM Wtl't'l-xpic'r !lO Nety York stocks (Supplier! By Eiclardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and T 42.00 Sears 116.37Vi 20 Golds 211.S9 off .M Anaconda T9.75 Std OIF of N-J, 10 Base JWcf 9542 olf 29 Belft Steel Texas Gulf 117-BJVj 15 VI Oils 233.42 up 4J4 Chrysler Texas Co 32.75 Volume 1.247.0M Comsat 69.25 wlcxes Corp Jl.rx) NEW YORK AVERAGES puponl 16J.1J14 woolworlh M.M14 30 WS57 "p BM WestlnghouM Elec 20 Rails J44.M up ,u lot Harvester Si! Tel Eelec ls ulllili" 10i Kenn Copper 21.75 TORONTO AVERAGES K Slocki 3U 29 up ].fl7 Montgomery 2S.75 JO Indust 204.7S up 1.30 Voluirn leads sales By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toyota is winning the import sales race in Canada so far this year and is the only one of the big three imports to make sales gains over last year. Its May increase was the best of the major car and truck lines. The strength of Toyota sales brought the combined sales of the big Toyota, Datsun and up five per cent to cars and trucks sold during May compared with the same month a year earlier. The dealers for the top three North American companies had a combined gain of 22.7 per cent during May, when sales totalled cars and trucks. Ctirys-ler Canada Ltd. dealers has the best gain of the tliree North American companies with 30.7 per cent. Dealers for Canadian Motor Industries the Toronto-based Toyota distributor, sold cars and trucks during May, up 44 per cent from the same month of 1971. Sales for the first five months of the year totalled up per cent. Nissan Auto Co. (Canada) Ltd., Vancouver-based distributor of Datsuns, reports its dealers sold cars and trucks during May, down a little more than 10 per cent. Sales during the January-May period were down nine-tenths of one per cent to Volkswagen Canada Ltd., Toronto, reports dealer sales of 3 399 during May, down almost 17 per cent. Sales for the first five months of the year dropped almost 19 per cent to nesting is proceeding ivell WINNIPEG (CP) Ducks Unlimited (Canada) says waterfowl nesting is proceeding well with excellent weather conditions, but water is becoming critical on the southern prairies and good rains will be needed in June and July to make the most of potential production. The conservation organization says in its June 9 survey report that overall breeding populations appear to be at or slightly below last year's good level. In Saskatchewan, however, there has been a shift from the drier prairies to well-watered northern parldands. Nesting populations in Alberta are similar to last year, but some are based on temporary water and drought loss will occur without good rains. Much improved water conditions are supporting increased populations i n southwestern team turns trouble shooting contest MONTREAL (CP) Ralph Beeton and Robert Fully, two 17-year-old high school students from Red Deer, Alta., won the national finals of the 1972 Chrysler Trouble Shooting Contest here Tuesday. The Alberta team defeated 18 other two-man student teams from caross the country in the competition of automotive skill and won a scholarship. Stanley Exner, 17, and Richard Jelinski, 18, of Regina were second and won a scholarship while Mike Zwart, 17, 2nd Jonathan McKenzle, 18, ol Picton, Ont., finished third and won a scholarship. The contest consisted of two parts a written, 100-question examination worth 30 per cent of a team's over- all score and a 90-minule test of practical automotive skill, in which each team was required to diagnose and repair a series of malfunctions deliberately rigged by Chrysler engineers. Benjamin Gendre of Edmonton received the highest mark on the written test and was awarded a savings pave part of bill OTTAWA (CP) The provinces would retain their constitutional supremacy in housing matters under the government's urban programs introduced in the Commons Monday. But they also would pick up part of the bill for the new programs. The funds going to each province for the programs would be set by agreements between Ottawa and each provincial government. The provinces also would choose the municipalities getting the benefits of severaj of the'programs. Under the proposed neighborhood improvement program, the federal government would pay half the cost of many rehabilitation projects, but only if the province agrees to pay the other half. The province would. have to pay 75 per cent of certain ither costs. Including supplemental federal loans for neighborhood improvement, the federal government estimates it will be paying between 81.25 per cent and per cent of the costs of the program, or million. Under the residential rehabilitation assislance program, the federal government would give grants up to to homeowners and landlords to fix up their properties. But the province, must agree to match the grants. Supplemental federal loans also would be available. Tiiat program is expected to cost the federal government million in loans and million in grants each year. Under Ihc assisted home ownership program, the province also would have to match federal grants to low-income families to help them buy homes. Low-cost federal loans would also be available. That program is expected lo cost the federal government million a year. Grants to non-profit housing corporations, covering up to 10 per cent of their project costs, would be made only if matched by the province involved. Loans under that program would lolat million and federal grants would be ByGene prices Winnipeg SUPER SKACE-SCOfE DESIGNS FOR THE LARGEST OBBIT1N9 OBSERVATORYYET QDNCHVEO ARE UNDERWAY. IT WILL SCAN GAUX1 ES 100 TIMES MORE FAINT THAN THOSE NOWSEENATB4LO-MAR AND CONTINUOUSLY AWN ITOR ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA ON OTHER SPACE SHUme OKBITIHS car seals still heing sold TORONTO (CP) Children's car seats that fail to comply with safety regulations announced by the federal government June 1 are still being sold in Canada, says an official of the Consumers' Association of Canada. Surveys in Ottawa, Kingston, Ont., Toronto and Edmonton have indicated that stores are selling the improper seats, pleading "complete ignorance of the new Mrs. Andrew Moon said in an interview. The regulations control the advertising, sale and importing of all children's car seats and harnesses. Under the rcgulatons, seats must withstand a static pull of pounds, and the type of car the scat is designed for must be staled. Ilookovcr seals are prohibited. 01 58 car seats offered in the stores, Mrs. Moon said, 37 did not meet the simplest label providing the date and manufacturer, model number, size of child for which the seat is designed, and in what car the seat can be prices dropped slightly in a dull trade at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange loday but flax prices advanced as much as 2 cents. In the flax, exporters were strong buyers, meeting light hedge offerings. Other commodities were relatively quiet. Volume of trade Tuesday was bushesl of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: July 2 higher 2.78 3i B: Oct. 1 higher 2.76A; Nov. 1 higher 2.74 %A; Dec. higher 2.72 Rapeseed Vancouver: June not open; Sep. Vt lower 2. 46 A; Nov. 3s lower 2.45A; Jan. higher 2.43 Rapeseed Thunder Bay: July 1 lower 2.32 Oct. 31 lower 2.33 Nov. !i, lower 2.31 ;iA; Dec. not open. Oats: July unchanged 60 '.W; Oct. and Dec. not open. Barley: July lower 1.09 ViA; Oct. lower 1.11A; Dec. unchanged 1.I1A. Hye: July lower j'.oi Oct. lower 1.00 Dec. '.'a lower 1.00 Grain quotes Tuesday (basis High Low Close ..Flax Jly 276T'a 276% Oct 274 Nov 273? 3 Dec 271-% RaneSeetl Vancouver Jun 243 243 Scp 247 2451s 247 Nov 246 24414 245-% Jan 244K 243VI KaprrsRcd Thunder Bay Jly 234 230% Oct 235 !i 232% Nov 235 Dec 232 232 232 Oats J'y Oct _.._ Dec 70 ft Barley Jly 109% lOSSi 109% Oct ___ ina4 Dec ___ in Rye Jiy ioHi 101 >A 101% Oct 100% MOW futures WINNIPEG Live bee futures close Tuesday. July 37.40N; Sep 35.75N; Nov 35 .508. Monday's volume: No con Calgary livestock CALGAHY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m., about head; mostly slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was active. Sfaughter steers were 25 to 50 cents lower as were heifers; cows were scarce and steady and bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers report to 37, good 35 to 38, medium 33 to 35. Choice heifers 33.25 to good 32 to 33, medium 30 to 32. Good COWS 26.50 lo 27.50, medium 25 to 26.25, canners and cutters 24 to 24.50. Good bulls 29 to 30.60. Replacement cattle were mainly short keep steers and heifers selling at steady prices to a good local demand. A few good stock heifer calves sold steady. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 35 to 37.50; good heifers 32 lo 34.30; good stock heifer calves 36 to 3S.75. No hogs were offered. Lambs were steady Tuesday with good kinds 30 to 33. Quads born POZEGA, Yugoslavia (AP) Quadruplets were born to Stani-mirka Milosevic, a manual worker, Monday. One of the four boys died. The infants weighed between and four pounds. 98 iycryr has wealthy backers WASHINGTON CAP) The president of Pepsi Cola and the political committee of the largest stock brokerage firm in the United States lead the list of publicly reported contributors to President Nixon's re-election campaign. But the names of hundreds of other wealthy backers who may have kicked in far more remain bin-led from public view in the files of the Washington-based Finance Committee to Be-clect the President. Contributions of apiece from Pepsi President Donald M. Kendall and the Effective Government Association of Merrill L5T.cn, Pierce, Fenner and Smith were the largest Nixon donations listed in reports to the General Accounting Office. The reports were Ihc first quarterly accounting of contributions and spending required under a new federal elections law that went into effect April They cover the period from April 7 through May 31 and were required of all political committees expecting to spend or actually spending more than in behalf of a candidate for federal office. The reports confirmed what almost everybody that the Republicans are head, mg into the fall campaign with coffers bulging while the Democrats have been staggered by primary spending. Democratic prcsidcnlial hope-fuls have spent at least million already. The Democratic National Committee, which says It remains more than million in the hole from 1908, reported only in cash on hand as of May 31. SEIZED WASHINGTON (Rcuter) U.S. narcotics agents and a spe cial Thai police force seized pounds of raw opium in a raid on a remote laboratory site in northern Thailand, the justice department said HI ROYAL BANK Careers in Management hove a number of openings lead-SCOPE FOR in9 lo management positions for individuals with financial or other INDIVIDUAL business experience. Successful can-GROWTH AND didolos will receive comprehensive ADVANCEMENT 'raining supplemented by ADVANCEMENT forma coursej followed by nrereiting assignments in o variety of bronchos throughout Alberla. Subsequent openings will occur in a OPPORTUNITIES widt> vor'ely of situations which we FOB PIIBTHPD would be pleased !o discuss wilh in-50R FURTHER forested applicants. Promotion ii EDUCATION based on opportunities for advancement are excellent. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Those ore seeking should possess 01 eosl ycar or lwo business ex-SALARY FULLY perience preferably in a financial COMMENSURATE 'etting. Previous training will be carefully evaluated but in lha final ana ysis maturity, initiative and a QUALIFICATIONS slrong interest in working successfully jun wiln will be the most impor-AHD EXPERIENCE ton criteria in selecting candidates For further information telephone or write: 8- K- Wershlcr ATTRACTIVE Employment Officer FRINGE BENEFIT Ba9 Service 2534 PROGRAMS 2- Telephone: 268-3484 er call on any of branch By THE CANADIAN PItESS Hughes and Owens Co. Ltd., class B 15 cents; pfd. 40 cents both July 15, record 'June 15. HI 1' G InvestmDnls Corp. Ltd., pfd. 19M scries cents July 31, record July 14. National Sea Products Ltd., 11 cents July 14, record June 30. Premier Trust Co. Ltd., 20 cents July 1, record June 16. Somerville Industries L t rj., pfd. 70 cents July 1, record June 15. Tiimblyn, G., Lid., common 20 cents; pfd. 50 cents, both July 3, record June 16 TransCanada PipcLincs Ltd.. common 25 cents July 31, record June 30; series A pfd. cents; pfd. 70 cents; series A second Pfd. cents, all Aug. 1, record June WORK PARIS (AP) An upholsterer got his jaw broken in a rugby match, and claimed he couldn't hold tacks properly in his mouth anymore. A court awarded him in prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 30.70, Average Tuesday 30.77. Red Deer: 30.70, Average Tuesday 30.76. Calgary: 30.65, average Tuesday 30.80. Lethbridge: No sates, average Tuesday 30.80. Lloydminsler: No sales, average Tuesday 30.49. Fort Maclead: No sales average Tuesday 30.75. Total hogs sold Tuesday 10, 906, averaga 30.75. Sows average SAVES 40 SAO PAULO, Brazil (Renter) A quick-witted schoolteacher rushed her 40 students out of their classroom seconds before it collapsed Tuesday. The woman teacher, Adraci Men-teiro Barbin, heard a beam snap on the roof of the classroom and quickly ordered tho children to run outside. The last of the 40 students had barely cleared the room when the rool CANADA LIMITED INTERNATIONAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER Requires the services of a sales representative in Lefhbridge Salary, bonus, fringe benefit! nnrl art opporfun-ify for advancement. Selling experience preferred but not esientfal. A car is necessary. For appointment Phon> Mr. D. 1. McDOWEU belwaen 9 a.m. la p.m. Monday Ihrouah Friday, ol ;