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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta in SIM More Aggressiveness Suggested In Accepting Educational Changes Toronto Market Declines Sharply BANFF, (CP) More aggressiveness should be dis- ayed in accepting educational changes during the 1970s, or an ncreasing number of people will switch to other systems, says Woodrow S. Lloyd, former TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto stock market was down sharply in moderate mid-morn- ing trading today. On index, industrials fell 1.24 to 167.93, golds .41 to 172.58, base metals .77 to 98.48 and western oils 1.04 to 188.84. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same time Friday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 149 to 75 with 153 issues unchanged. Development Officers Appointed EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government today announced appointment of in- dustrial development officers for the five regions of the prov- ince to make recommendations on'types of industries best suit- ed to the area. K. S. Ratzlaff, minister of in- dustry and tourism, an- nounced in June the province was being divided into five ma- jor regions to provide greater government assistance for in- dustrial development. Hene Huene, 35, and Terrence M. Mcaffee, 31, both previously with the department's indus- ttral development branch, have been appointed to serve regions one and two with officers in Calgary and Medicine Hat re- spectively. James Evan Wright, 32, for- mer economic developer for the eastern Oregon community ac- tion agency, has been appoint- ed to region three with head- quarters in Lacombe. William Hubert Jaschke, 26, a recent University 'of Alberta graduate, will serve region four from St. Paul. Ronald Marshall Farris, 29 also from the University of Al- berta will take.up offices in Peace River to "serve region five. Volkswagen Safety Car WOLFSBURG, West Germany (AP) A spokesman for Volk- swagen Inc. announced today the company plans to develop a new car in which occupants can survive a 50-mile-an-hour head on collision without serious in jury. The car will weigh about pounds but no other design de tails were announced. The spokesman said that i was impossible to say when the automobile would be ready, bu commented that it takes some four years to develop a conven tional vehicle. The prototype safety car will, be used for ex pertinents and will have safety features that will be incorpo- rated into other models. He said the new car would not replace any of the current Volkswagen models. Inco dropped Itt to Aquitaine to Royal Trust to and Home A to Jefferson Lake lost to OSF Industries to nternational Utilities 14 to and Northgate to National Pete rose 10 cents to 5.25 and Northland Oil six ients to 95 cents. Trading in National Pete was halted at the opening for about 30 minutes. National Pete and Northland say they are participating in drilling of a gas well in Utah. LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) The Montreal stock market slumped in all sectors in light trading oday. Industrials and the com- posite index led the decline, each falling more than a point. International Nickel dropped to Velcro Industries ;i to Walker-Gooderham a Hollinger Vt to md CPR to Simpsons advanced to Du Font to fransCanada PipeLines to (33V4 and Consolidated Textiles to On index, industrials were of 1.32 to 170.89, utilities .37 to 140.60, banks .43 to 178.52, push ng the composite index dowi 1.04 to 166.38. Papers were of. 13 to 87.57. Combined volume on Un Montreal and Canadian Stock Sxchanges to 11 a.m. was shares traded, compare! with shares at the sami time Friday. TRADE SLACK NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices followed toda; ihe same pattern they tracei Monday, edging lower in slack ened trading. At noon, the Dow Jones aver age of 30 industrial stocks wa down 3.90 points to 760.34. Among Canadians on the New York Stock Exchange, Dom Mines advanced 1 to anc International was up to Canadian Pacific, at and Walker Gooderham, at were both up Vi.. On the American Stock Ex change, up Vs were Jupite Corp. at and Molybdenit Canada at Down Vs wer Canadian Javelin at Pres ton at and Scurry Rainbow Oil at Olson Optimistic On Grit Chances SOMERSET, Man. (CP) Agriculture Minister H. i. (Bud) Olson says he is op- mistic about the Liberal Party's chances of success on the prairies. Mr. Olson was speaking at a larty meeting in this cpmmun- y about 65 miles southwest of Winnipeg that nominated Ken lanffren, a 25-year-old Morden, Man., lawyer to contest the ederal by-election in Lisgar constttutency Nov. 16. The minister said he was amazed at the change in. atti- Cure For Nagger LONDON (AP) A 16th cen- -ury solution to the problem of tie nagging wife fetched at Sotheby's, the London auc- ioneers. The device, known as a scold's bridle and shaped like a boar's clamps across tie face of the offending spouse. Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices today provided by the Albert Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 24.85 tc 24.90, unsold at 24.75. Averag Friday 24.90. Red Deer: Quoted 24.85 t 24.90, selling 24.90. Average Fn day 25.10. Calgary: Quoted 24.85 t S5.50 selling 25.05. Average Fri day 24.88. Lethbridge: Quoted 24.90 selling 24.90. Average Frida 24.44. Lloydminster: No market. N market Friday. Grande Prairie: No marke No market Friday. Total sows sold to 11 a.m. 2 635. Sows selling 16.10. Tota hogs sold Friday averag 24.88. RICHARDSON SECURITIES OF CANADA LTD. Announcement EARL V. SHAW JAMES R. DUNSTAN Richardson Securities of Canada announce the retirement of Earl V. Shaw as Resident Manager of the Firm's Loihbridge office. Starling in Winnipeg in 1927, Mr. Shaw spent his entire career with the Richardsoni organization. He held senior positions in Calgary, Van- couver, and Winnipeg before being appointed Resident Manager, Lethbridge in 1955. Mr. James R. Dunstan, who formerly was an Assis- tant Manager, Calgary office, succeeds Mr. Shaw as Resident Manager, Lethbridge. Mr. Dunstan joined the Richardson organization in Lethbridgo in 1957. leader of the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party. dynamics of the days ahead will pressure the public educational system for more vi- tal response in new physical, social and political facts hide towards the Liberal Party in the west. He attributed the change to increased grain sales, the success of the inflation con- trol measures and the better job Canada is doing in austerity programs than the country's trading partners. Mr. Olson also criticized the Conservative opposition for ob- structing important legislation's passage in the House of Com- mons. In an interview, Mr. Olson said the operating criteria of of the federal LIFT program would have to be changed in 1971. He said the program could no longer be based on summer fallow acreage, but added he does not yet know what basis will be. Party supporters attendinj the meeting numbered abou 150, and included four of Mani toba's five liberal MPs. Mr. Hanffren was unopposed for nomination. He told conference of West- Canadian Education Ad- linistrators that public discon- ent is now warranted, sizeable nd growing. 'I Ihink we must develop and use the potential power of a po- itical process which recognizes he good achieved when people have the opportunity to share determining the ends of their environment and the means of achieving those ends." JKGES ACTION Mr. Lloyd, former Saskatche- wan education minister, urged eflective action by education- sts in communication, teach- ing and administration. Communication about educa- tion has been incomplete and inadequate not just between schools and the rest of society mt within flie educational sys- em. MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty; Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Inter Prov Pips Alm'mex S.'O Inll Util Pfd Asamera 16.12V4 Inter Steel Pipe Msamcio i 1.85 .-.44 2B.50 Jefferson Lake. Joutel Kaiser Res Kam Kotia L Ont Port Cem Mentor....... Newconex Pacific Pete Rank Org Shell Inv Shell inv Ptd Shell Inv Wfs Sicks Rainier West Cdn Eeed White Yukon CALGARY Acroll Ana Pete..... Barons Oil North Cont West Warner. Madison Rexdale .10 PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas Tr L A 46.50 Alta Gas (Nat) 23.50 Inland Mat Gas 10.75 N and C 14.25 N and C B Pfd 30.00 Gaz Melro 5.00 Tr Cdn P 33.0 Brit Nfld _.._ Tr Cdn Banff BP Oil and Gas 5.25 Cdn South 4.45 Cdn Ex Gas 5.05 Cdn Homestd 7.90 Cdn Ind Gas Oil 10.25 Cdn Long Is .73 Cdn Super 37.75 Cen Del Rio Charter Chief tan Dynamic Pete Gt Plains Mill Clly New Cont North Cdn Oil Numac 12.B7'A Gr In Sharis 3.10 3.4 2B.25 Invest Gr 9.96 10.8! 700 Invest Mutual 5.00 5.4 10.50 IDS Vent 3.29 3.6 1.14 Mutual AC F. 4.87 5.3 Mutual Gr F 4.27 4.7' 1.45 Mutual In N W Fin N W Gr Principal Gr Prov Mutual permo Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner West Decalta 6.30 10.00 1-35 2B.75 2.30 1.09 6.85 7.90 Regent Fund 33 Royfursri 375 2.60 17.75 1.45 .95 1.30 .63 13.75 22.50 1.85 5.BS VANCOUVER Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Beth Copper Bornite Ridgft Block Bros Brenda 4.74 5.2 3.63 3.K 4.47 3.74 4.1 6.21 7.94 8.6 4.94 5.1 4.29 4.7 .30 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS AtcO'lnd Aquataine 25.00 .21 .21 .71 16.25 .14 TSO 9 95 15J7V Churchill Copper 2.25 Coronation Credit 1.15 Crestbrook F Ind 7.12V Croyden .......39 Dolly Varden Dynasty Endako Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Granisle Key Indust Growers B .50 a.so 14.75 Brit Nfld Yr Cdn P Pfd" 4000 Growers B Cdn Brew A Pfd 29.62% jr Cdn P War 12.00 Hy's Cdn Hydro Car. 16.00 westcoast Tr S2.37% Interior Brew Cdn Pacific Inv 24.25 western Pacific 5.00 Kamloops Coppper CPR Pfd MUTUAL FUNDS Lornex Crows Nest In 47.00 AGp Special 2.24 Lytton Minerals Cygnus A 5.00 cdn Com 6.i6 7.38 Madrcna Cygnus B..... 5.75 All Cdn Divid 7.71 8.43 New Cronln Cum Prop 12.50 AH Cdn Vent 3.35 3.66 New Imp Mines Home A...... 20.00 Amr Gr F 4.56 5.01 Okanagan Hellco Home B...... 21.50 cdn Gr 5.25 5.77 Primer Home Pltfld 2.05 cdn Invest F 4.26 4.67 Pyramid Hud Bay Co Co! Mutual 5.46 6.00 Silver Standard Hud Bay Oil 40.50 Cmnw Inter 11.46 12.56 Texmont.......48 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 55.00 Cmnw Lev 2.95 3.23 Trojan .34 Hugh Russ 20.25 Corp Invest 5.08 5.55 Western Mines 3.85 Husky Oil 13.12% Corp Invest S F 4.57 4.99 Westcoast Res H Husky Oil B Pfd 39.00 Dreyfus F U.S. 10.66 11.68 Western Explor .29 Husky Oil War. 7.30 Gr Equity 5.7? 6.36 Utica 3.50 13.00 .45 2.75 2.90 4.50 .11 7.50 2.70 .37 .09 2.07 3.15 .21 .62 1.45 TORONTO MINES, INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quoies) a.m. Quotes) INDUSTRIALS Abltibi....., Alcan...... Algoma Steel Atco Ind Atlan Sugar Bell Tel..... Brazil Trac B.C. Tel..... Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind..... Cdn Brew Chemcell Col cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit CWN Gas Cdn Indust Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR....... Comlnco Cons Bath Cons Gas Dist Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Fam Play Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Molors Gl Lakes Pan Gulf OH Cda Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurcntidc Kelly Doug A Loeb....... Lohlaw A Melro Stores Massey Fcrg McMillan Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B 7.50 Norlh, Cent 21.75 Pernbina Pp 13.12'A Power Corp Price Co 7.l2Vi Rothmans SI Law Corp 13.75 Shell CDA 61.50 Simpson's 9.25 Simp Sears 24.12V2 Steel of Can 16.00 Selkirk A 4.65 Texaco...... 7.62'A Traders Gp A 4.50 Trans Mtn Pp 6.12% Trans Can Pp 25.50 Union Gas 1.50 Union Oil Versatile Mfg Westeet..... Onion Car Weston's B 5.62V? Woodward's A 2J.25 West Cdn Sd Zenith Elcc BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scotia Royal Tor-Dom MINES 10.63% Acme..... 70.00 Advocate Asb. 9.25 Akaitcho 50.00 Area Mines Belcher Iron Black Bay Bralorne Broulan...... Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. 18.87% Cassiar 14.25 Central Pat. 4-1.00 Chimo....... 25.00 Conwest..... 7.37% Cons. Rambler 32.00 Coin Lake 15.62% Cochonour 5.25 Cralgmont 5.1216 Dickenson Mines 4.90 Denison Mines 5.75 Deer Horn 25.00 D'Eidona..... 10.75 Dome Mines 2-1.75 32.37% Discovery Mines 13.75 East Malartic 10.50 9.50 25.00 3.30 63.50 20.25 10.25 17.75 49.50 16.25 13.75 13.00 73.50 17.J5 IB.25 2.05 16.50 43.50 East Sullivan Faiconbridge Frobex First Msritimes Giant Y.K..... Gunnar....... Granduc Headway R.L. Holllngsr Hud. Bay M-S 23J7V4 Hydra Ex. 10.50 Highland Bell 26.50 Iron Bay 9.75 ISO 18.37% Joliet Quebec 33.25 Kerr Addison 15.00 Labrador..... Lake Shore Leitch...... Langis Silver 13.37% Macassa 23.00 Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. 2.65 Martin McNeely 1.40 Maybrun Maclntyre 20.62% Meta........ 15.75 Miflrim...... 19.50 Intern Mogul New Alhona 19.75 New Calumet New Imperial na Ncranda..... Northqate Opemlska Osisko....., .in Patino .03 Pine Point 1.55 Placer Dev, .24 .PC. Exp...... 16.37% Quebec Man 12.75 14.25 22.50 6.00 8.25 14.00 19.00 33.50 17.50 21.75 41.00 3.30 9.50 2.15 .53 4.35 2.09 22.00 2.90 1.22 13.00 .77 Rayroek Radlore....... Rio Algom Roman Corp. Silverfictds Sherrilt Gordon Silver Miller .16 Steep Rock .60 Siscoe........ 12.50 Tek Corp. 1.55 Texmont..... !3.R7% Upper Canada .06% Western Mines 1.12 Wright Har. 62.00 Willroy....... 2350 Windfall 1.25 Ycllowkrilfe Br. 1.25 Zenmac...... 5.65 147.00 .27 .90 9.00 1.31 8.15 10.50 35.00 21.75 .20' 2.81 3.30 1.85 .22 12.00 33.00 3.55 l.JS .07 1.23 .S3 .71 12.50 .23 155.00 .16 .41 10.62 .17 .27 2.08 23.50 11.25 11.75 .30 30.00 27.25 33.ro .73 .2? 1.30 .31 15.371 5.65 2.05 1B.75 .09 2.55 2.10 7.05 1.35 .11 S.70 .10 NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T and T U.Wh Montgomery Ward 50 Golds 173.5! up .S9 Anaconda 22.25 Scars ffl.oo 10 Base Met 98.04 oil 1. Bth StCOl 21.75 Std Oil of N.J. 66.50 W Oils 187.67 off 2.21 Chrysler Texas Gulf Volume Comsat a.K Texas Co 32.50 NEW YORK 4VERAG Dupont 115.50 Woolwortn.....34.00 30 Indusl 761.16 oil 3.G General Motors '2.25 Wostlnqhouso Elec 24.25 20 Rails 151.54 off 1.35 Gulf U.S. Sleet 30.87'A 15 Ulilllies up Inl Harvester Srf.SO TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slotks 1. Kenn CopKr. JO Indust 168.10 off 1.07 Voluml He called for a new Had of professional, an "educational de- velopment who would have access to the best of tech- niques for consulting with politi- cal bodies on determining edu- cational goals. Dr. T. C. Byrne, dep- uty minister of education, told delegates to prepare their schools for changes demanded by rapidly shifting sodal and should be economic trends. Administrations ready to offer year round schools, -work experience pro- grams and student placement services." He also urged school s t a f members to establish a close rapport with.both industry aix labor unions because "the mov ing of classrooms into the com munity will require patient and extensive planning." LIVESTOCK Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11 a.m. 150 cattle. Receipts mostly butcher steers and heifers. Trade ac- ive. All classes of butcher steers and hbifers were meet- ng reasonably good demand selling at steady prices. The ew good cows on offer sold steady. Heavy re- ilacement steers were meeting good demand1 from local buy- ers selling at strong prices. Choice steers 27 to 27.40; ;ood 26.25 to 26.75; medium 25 to 26. Choice heifers 26 to 26.40; good 25.50 to 26. ____ Good cows 21 to 21.50; goot ulls 23 to 24.30. Good heavy feeder steers 900 O 1000 Ibs. 28 to 29.20. Butcher hogs sold Tuesda; morning f.o.b. Lethbridge 24.9C rase price. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipt. 11 a.m., 100 head, Firms Regret Merg ers NEW YORK (AP) Many American companies that got caught in the frenzy of mergers and acquisitions of the late 1960s now are learning to their regret the urge to merge isn't as simple as it seems. Just because the figures are right doesn't necessarily guar- antee success after a merger ol acquisition, says Irwin Meyer, a partner at Meyer, Bibicoff, Mor- ales and Co. "Most of these deals in the last three or four years have been bad or marginal he says. "And the reason is simple companies just forgoi the human element involved in mergers and acquisitions." As an investment banker Meyer has had experience in what makes them work or not work. Investment bankers served as matchmakers in ar- ranging mergers and acquisi tions. "So many companies and ex ecutives went wrong because they forgot people buy and sell companies for emotional rea sons that are not always die tated by good business sense Their motivation can be thing! like power and ego drives am the deals can end up costing them a lot of money. Not only that, many companies even for got to build strong managemen ties with a company once they took it over." MANY ARE PRIVATE The human element becomes especially important in ths ac r, :if'Son of the million to million-type of company, he em pliasizes. In these cases many of are private op craJior.s and are still run by the man -'10 originally built them up. "These men may bs selling for a lot of emotional because their wife wants them to retire, because they're get ting old or are sick, because their nei[ oor sold his usi ness for sny million or says. "But they a! have ons thing in lot of pride. "And often they're over whelmed by the impersonality and magnitude of the companies who are considering buying their operations." Meyer maintains if big com panies made more effort to un derstand the psychology of thi men whose companies they'ri Ibnying and to establish good re- lationships with their potcntia new employees right from tin first, a good many deals wouli work out better than they do. "The really good business ox ecutive who wants to make merger or acquisition takes the time to understand human na- he says. "This is what's lacking in most deals." good to choice slaughter steers and .heifers. Trade was active Slaughter steers. and heifer jpened steady with last week' close over finished kinds dis- counted 50 cents. Cows were carce and were mostly me- lium and canner kinds, me- ium and good cows sold fair y steady, canners'were sharp- y lower. Bulls steady. Choice steers Z7.50 to 27.90, good 26.50 to 27.25, medium 5.25 to 26.25. Choice heifers 26.25 to 26.70, good 25.25 to 26, medium 24 to 25. Good cows 21 o 21.80, medium 19.50 to 20.50, Banners and cutters 15 to 18. :ood bulls 22 to 24.30. Replacement cattle and stock calves were scarce, being mostly in the heavier weight ranges and selling steady. Good eeder steers 750 Ibs. and up 27 o 28.60, good feedfer heifers 600 up 26 to 28. Good stock steer calves 35.50 to 40 depend- ng on weight. mostl Octtfer 13, 1970 r THE IITHMIDOI HMALB If Seagram Appointment Grain Prices Winnipeg Grain Pricw WINNIPEG (CP) A heavy demand for developed UK laot few minutes at the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- ay, and flax cVoaed as much as 7% cents and rapeseed as much as 6% cents higher. Trading in feed grains was confined to locals and commis- sion houses, with the exception of some light exporter buying rn rye. Prices were slightly issier. Export loadings of Canadian wheat Friday included bushels to South Africa. Volume of trade Friday con- sisted of bushels of flax bushels of rapeseed and bushels of rye. Prices for Class Two Whea 'or export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durum 1.81 2 1.78; 3 1.69ys; 4 IGA prices: 1 Nor 2 1.77% 4 1 Durum 1.81; 2 1.78; 3 4 1.64% High Low Close Flai Oct 261% 289 Nov 259% 257 259% Dec 240% 239% 240V May 249V4 248Y4 249Y Rapeseed Vancouver Nov 253 248V4 253 Jan 249% 243% 249? Mar 244 241 244 May 244% 237% Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct Dec Apr Oats Oct Dec May Jly Barley Oct Dec May Jly Rye Oct Dec May Jly Hogs base price 24.85 to 25.05. 249 247% 249 229V4 227 229V 238% 236V4 87', 87% 87 87 87 90 126V4 127" 126 124% 126 127% 126% 127} --------------127: 103% 103 106% 105% 105? 114% 112% 1125, ------116 Space Series MOCOW (AP) The Sovi. government announced Tuesda it has launched the 371st un maimed satellite in its Cosmo program, and its equipment functioning smoothly." It wa the sixth unmanned Soviet sate lite put into orbit in two weeks Jack L. Eswchuk Harold D. Battye, Western Canada Sales Manager, Joseph E. Seagram Sons Limitedj announces the appointment ol Jack L. Sawchuk as special rep- resentative for the Calgary, Central and Southern Mr. Sawchuk was formerly M- sociated with a national food company and is well known throughout the province. He will make his headquarter! in Calgary. Students Reject FLQ Support Proposal LAKE ISLE (CP) The Al- berta Association of Students has rejected a proposal asking that it support "all actions" of the Front de Liberation du Quebec. The motion to support the kidnappers of Quebec Labor minister Pierre Laporte and British diplomat James Cross, was put by a delegate from College Saint Jean in Edmon- ton but did not get a seconder. A similar motion, asking that the students resolve that Que- bec must be liberated, also did not win support at the associa- tion's annual convention. CHANGE ORDERED CALGARY (CP) A proba- tion officer will have to change his style of dress if he wants to appear in Magistrate John Har- vey's court again. A policeman described the officer's attire- including a purple shirt, a pur- ple and black tie and a but Magistrate Harvey called it a "costume" and said it wouldn't be allowed in his court. SELKIRK CHALEUR Ideal fireplace for recreation rooms or den A truly different standing fireplace You Dream Home is Not Complete Without a SELKIRK FIREPLACE There was a time when fireplaces were costly affairs designed of brick or stona and built with considerable labor by a qualified mason. Such fireplaces were stately, impressive and beautiful. But they were not always reliable, didn't throw much heat and quite frequently smoked badly. Today's fireplace, however, is as modern as the 20th Century. It's factory built quickly installed and can even be transported from one location to another. Then, too. It functions efficiently and without smoking. ORDER YOUR FIREPLACE LOGS 34-50 24.50 Birch V4 Cord Cedar 'A Cord WE HAVE A COMPLETE SELECTION OF FIREPLACE ACCESSORIES PRE5T-0-LOGS Box of 6 .49 OPEN A CRESTLINE BUDGET ACCOUNT! NO DOWN PAYMENT EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS CRESTLINE BUILDERS MARKET 4.TD. "LETHBRIDGE'S INDEPENDENT BUILDING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" 123 30th St. N. Phone 327-5444 or 327-5110 ;