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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednssdeiy, September 1, 1970 Stronger Trend Reversed Today TORONTO (CP) The To-1 Trans Mountain Pipe Line to ronto stock martet .dropped .and Provincial Bank of fractionally lower in mid-morn- ing trading today, interrupting three consecutive advancing sessions. On index, industrials were down .38 to 160.43, golds .47 to 161.84 and western oils .15 to 170.90. Base metals advanced .55 to 95.90. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, down from at the same time Tuesday. MONTREAL on the Montreal stock market moved slightly lower in active trading today. All sectors posted fractional declmc-s except utilities which were ahead slightly in morning transactions. Highlighting declines were Falconbridge Nickel off 1% to Eraser Development 1 to Imperial Tobacco to Alcan Aluminium to Brascan Vs to Royal Bank Vs to and Bank of Montreal Among advances were Inter- national Paper up to Trans-Canada Pipe Lines to Quebec Telephone 'A to Massey-Fcrguson to Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) Some trades were transacted in Sep- tember futures Tuesday on the Winnipeg live beef futures market at prices 10 points above previous close levels. Open High Low Close Sept. 29.50 29.60 29.50 M.60 Nov. 28.80B Jan 28.65B Canada to Volume at 11 a.m. was shares. NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices skidded lower today in light trade. Many anylists said the threat of a strike in the auto industry was weighing heavily on the market. At noon, the Dow Jones aver- age of 30 industrials was down 6.03 to 752.12. Losers led gainers by about 2 to 1 among the issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said they expected this pre-Labor Day week to be generally slow and that during this slow period some further loss.es could be expected. Motors were among the weaker issues, with Ford off 1 at General Motors was down IVi at and Chrysler off to The United Auto Workers threatened to strike Sept. 15 unless agreement on a package was reached. The Associated Press CO-stock average was down 1.4 to 2-18.0. Other noon prices included Masonite off at Texas Gulf Sulphur down to Natomas ahead to Time Inc., up at Amer- ican Telephone up Vt to and Xerox off 1% at Among Canadians, Alcan fell Canadian Pacific Dome Min.es 1% and Inco Vs. Mclntyre Porcupine rose 114, Massey and Genstar Ltd. On the American Stock Ex- change, Sctirry-RainbOiV fell and Brascan Preston rose Net Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Braloruc Can-Fer Resources Ltd., six months ended June 30: 170, loss; 1969, Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, 1969, Consolidated Textile Mills Ltd., six months ended July 1970, a share; 1969, Canadian Homestead Oils Ltd., year ended May 31: 1970, 10 cents 13 cents. i share; 1969, Canadian Jamieson Mines Ltd., year ended March 31: 1970, a share; 1969, 51 cents. Craigmont Mines LH. nine months ended July 31: 1970, 93 cents a share; 1969, 91 cents. Donlee Manufacturing Indus- tries Ltd.. six months ended June 30: 1970, cents a share; 1969, 78 cents. French Petroleum Co. of Can- ada Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, 9 cents a share; 1969, 9.6 cents. Great Pacific Industries Ltd., six months ended June 30: 170, 23 cents a share; 1969, figures not available. Highland-Bell Ltd., six Low-Lead Gas Offered By Sim Inter-Excliange TORONTO (CP) Sun Oil Co. Ltd. has announced it will market a low-lead gasoline this fall, joining other oil companies in offering a grade of gasoline some 1971 model tailored for cars. The company also announced it will reduce the lead content in six of its existing seven grades and the reduction will range from six to about 50 per cent. The new grade will have 80 per cent less lead than present, grades. A company spokesman said the price of the low-lead grade has not been determined but it will be more expensive than regular. The octane rating of the low- lead fuel will be 91. Octane rat- ings of the other grades range from about 94 to 103. The low-lead or lead-free gas- olines are for low-compression engines. months ended June 30: 1969, Macassa Gold Mines Ltd., .six months ended June 30: 1970, loss; 1969, Molson Industries Ltd., three months ended June 30: 1970, 32 cents a share; 1969, 35 cents. Power Corp. of Canada Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, 19 cents a share; 1969 41.9 cents. Royal Oak Dairy LW., -six months ended June 30: 1970, 196, figures not availa- ble. Sudbury Contact Mines Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, loss; 1969, loss. Trizec Corp. Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, cents a share; 169, 4% cents. Harvey Woods Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, loss; 1969, Warnock Hcrscy International Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, loss; 1969, loss. Seller's Ltd., six months end- ed July 31: 1970, 13 cents a share; 1969, 12 cents. Canadian Imperial Bank ot Commerce, nine months ended July 31 1970, 87.2 cents a share; 1969, 77 cents. Trans-Prairie Pipelines Ltd., six months ended June 30; 1970, 90.8 cents a share; 1969, 53.7 cents. Pacific Petroleums Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1970, 37 cents a share: i969, 33 cents. Toronto Dominion Bank, three months ended July 31: 1970, 34 cents a share: 1369, 29 cenls. The Great West Life Insur- ance Co., common 35 cents, Oct. 1, record Sept. 15. Traders Group Ltd., cent pfd. 5-per-ceht pfd. 50 cents; 5-per-cent series A 37% cents; pfd. 54 cents: class A common 15 cents; class B common 15 cents, all Oct. 1. record Sept. 7. CHAMBER SPEAKER MONTREAL (CP) Keith [I. Miller, governor of Alaska, will address the 41st annual meeting of the Canadian "hamber of Commerce to bo held in Vancouver Sept. 20-23, it was announced here. FOR RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Located on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for any type of business Write Box 24, Lethbridge Herald MISCELLANEOUS QUOTATIONS Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) a.m. Quotes} WESTERN OILS LAST BID Oil SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) All Asamera Banff B.P. Oil Gas Can South Cdn Ex Cos Cdn Grldoil Cdn Homestd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Super Ccn Del Rio Charter Chleftan Dome Pete Dynamic Pete French Pete Gt Plains..... Mill City New Cont North Cdn Oil Numac Permo....... Petrol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder i Ranger Scurry Rain Suooner West Deealta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Atco Ind Aqualaine Brit Nfld Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Pacific Inv CPR Pfd Crows Nest Ind Cygnus B Gt Cdn Oil S Gt Cdn Oil 6-75. Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Inter Prov Pipe 5.20 mil utn 14.12'A Inter Steel ll.WA Jefferson Lake 4.50 Joutel 4.20 Kaiser Res Kam Kola G.20 L Ont Port Cem 7.70 Mentor lo.oo Newconex 3J.OO Pacific Pete 10.75 Rank Org 6.25 Shell tnv 7.75 Shell Inv Wts 59.00 Sicks Rainier 1.42 West Cdn Seed. 6.70 White Yukon 25.50 CALGARY 1.71 Acroll 1.06 Ana Ptee Barons OH t 7.20 North Cent .95 Plains Pete 1.30 West Warner .81 Madison 1.15 Quinalta .65 Rfixdalo...... 10 50 PIPELINE STOCKS 19.00 Alta Gas Tr L A 45.50 1.65 Cdn v; Nat Gas 16.00 6.15 Inland Nat Gas 11.00 N and C 13.55 N and C B Pfd 27.00 Gaz Metro -1.00 11.75 Gr In Shares 2.89 3. S9.25 Invest Gr 9-70 10.6 Invest Mutual 4.76 5.2 B.62V2 Mutual Ac F -1.50 1.15 Mutual Gf Fund 3.75 1150 Nat Res 6.69 1.75 N W Fin 3.53 210 N W Gr 4.18 4.5 .56 Principal Gr 3.55 3.9 600 Royfund ___ 4.76 4.9 2712V4 United Ac 4.15 1375 Universal Sav 6.36 6.9 12.62 to 4.00 2.05 15.00 .14 11.50 Tr Cdn 4.80 Tr Cdn 14.50 Tr Cdn 23.50 8.51) 50.00 5.50 5.25 4.00 100.00 18.75 20.00 29.01 57.50 9.00 Westcoast Tr 19.50 Western Pacific 4.65 MUTUAL FUNDS AGF Special 2.06 Cdn Com VANCOUVER Anuk Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Beth Copper Bornlte Ridge Block Bros Brenda B.C. Sugar Cap! Inter Churchill Copper Crestbrook For I croyden Dolly Varden Dynasty Endako Fort Reliance Giant Masiot Granisle Key indust Growers A Hy's Interior Brew Jericho Kamloops Copper Lornex Lytton -Minerals Madrona ___ New Cronin 6.33 6.92 Imp Mines All Cdn DivirJ 7.32 8.00 Primer All Cdn Vent 3.15 3.J4 Pyramid Amr Gr F 4.21 4.62 Silver Steward Cdn Invest F 4.14 T C Explor i4.87Vi Cmnw Inter 11.04 12.10 Texmont 39.50 Cmnw Lev 2.77 3.0-1 Trojan 54.25 Corp Invest 4.91 5.36 Western Mines Huqh Russ Pfd. 20.00 Corp In S Sh 4.38 4.79 Westcoast Res 11 Dreyfus F U.S. 10.19 11.17 Western Explor 5.20 Gr Equity 5.49 i.03 Utica......... Hud Bay oil Hud Bay Pfd Husky Oil War. TORONTO INDUSTRIALS Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada 8 so 24.25 15.25 4.30 7.75 4.75 5.50 23.25 1.05 a.m. Quotes) INDUSTRIALS Abitibi 7.ffi Alcan....... 22.3- Algoma Steel 13.3; Atco Ind Atlan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Trac B C. Tes 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....... Com in co Cons Bath Cons Gas Dist Sea Dem Bridge Domtar Darn Textile Dom Stores Dome Peta r5m Play Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Hswker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Int Nickel Int Pipe LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) Cent Powebr'nCorpP.', price Co St Law Corp Shell CDA low Simpson's Simp Sears Steel of Can Selkrik A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mig Westeel..... Quotes) 13-i.OO 37 1.10 8.00 1.35 8.50 12.00 33.50 20.75 3.25 5 23.00 16.00 13.75 13.00 11.75 58.75 9.75 47.00 73.50 Weston's B Woodward's A. West Cdn Sd Zenith Elec BANKS 1 Montreal Nova Scotia Royal...... Tor-Dom MINES Acme 13.25 Falconbridge 2i-S5 Frobex gj5 First Maritimes 1K50 Giant Y.K..... 20.50 Gunnar 15.75 Headway R.L. Hollinger 22.25 Hud. Bay M-S 10.50 Hydra Ex. Highland Bell 9.00 Iron Bay..... 17.25 ISO......... 29.00 Joliet Quebec 13.87'A Kerr Addison 33.00 Key Anacon 2.05 Labrador 9.50 Lake Shore 12.12'A Leitch 22.00 Langis Silver 15.50 Macassa 2.15 Madsen R.L. 1.50 Malarlic .GF. Martin McNeely 11.. .20 2.75 3.25 2.00 .24 11.62V .38 31.87V2 3.30 1.54 .07 1.28 .85 Gp A Int Utilities Indust Accepf Laurentide Kelly Doug A Loeb Lob'aw A Metro Stores Massey Ferg McMillan Bloe Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B Advocate Asb. Akaitcho..... Area Mines Belcher Iron Black Bay Bralorne 1525 Broulan..... l'75 Bethlehem 1575 Brunswick 4050 Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chtmo....... 24.25 Conwest..... 7 87'A Cons. Rambler 27.00 Coin Lake 74.50 Cochenour 4.35 Craigmont 5 so Dickenson Mine 4'90 Denlson Mines Deer Horn 19.25 D'Eldona..... 9.3716 Dome Alines 25.25 Donalda..... 31.75 Discovery Mines 73.75 East Malartic 13.50 East Sullivan 50.50 Maybrun 15.50 Maclntyre Meta 22.62V2 Midrlm 20.25 Intern Mogul New Athona New Calumet New Imperial 2.20 Noranda..... Norlhfjate Opemlska Osisko....... Patlno....... Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. Exp...... Quebec.Man Rayrock Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Silverfields ShGrritt Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock Siscoe....... Tek Corp..... Texmont..... Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Har. 1.90 .45 .03 1.60 .22 16.00 4.SQ 2.18 20.50 2.80 1.34 11.50 10.50 1.50 24.00 1.30 1.00 5.40 Windfall Yellowknife Zenmac .24 145.00 .20 .29 10.50 .17 .2fi 2.05 10.75 12.00 .32 32.75 33.50 31.50 .90 .35 19.55 6.50 2.00 18.12 V4 5.9D 2.23 5.65 1.65 4.10 1.60 1.43 .16 5.30 .12 to NEW YORK STOCKS Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T and T JS.25 Montgomery Ward 20 Golds 160.95 off 1.34 Anaconda 22.17'A Scars 45.25 10 Base Met 95.18 off .17 Bin Steel 22.25 Std Oi lot N.J. 15 W Oils 170.43 off Chrysler 22.50 Texas Sulf 115.37Vj Volume Comsat 3900 Texas Co 30.00 NEW YORK AVERAGES Duoont 124.50 Woolworth 34.00 30 Indus! 752.33 off 5.82 General Motors 71.8714 Wsstingnouse Bee 6i.50 20 Rails 135.16 off 1.35 Gulf 2S.OO U.S. Steel 31.3714 15 Utilities 109.28 off .38 tnt Harvester 2J 00 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Stocks 236.97 off 1.77 Kenn Copper 20 Indust 160.11 off .70 Volume Grain Price Review WINNIPEG (CP) Selling I United Arab Republic, pressure in oilseeds dropped to Russia, prices to varying degrees today near the close of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. The pressure resulted from reports of a large volume of new crop deliveries to country elevators in flax and rapeseed. Oats maintained fairly firm prices in some export business while barley and rye drew light trade and prices were mostly steady. Export loadings of Canadian wheat included bushels j to Britain, to Germany, to India, to Norway, to Switzerland, to Syria, to The Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. today provided by the Alberta Hog Producers1 Marketing Board: Quoted 25.75 to 25.80, selling Average Tuesday 25.84. Red Deer: Quoted 25.75 to 25.80, selling 25.75. Average Tuesday 26.05. Cplgary: Quoted 25.95 to 2G.05, selling 26.05. Average Tuesdry 25.91. Lethbridge: No market. Av- erage Tuesday 25.89. Lloydminster: No market. Average Tuesday 25.55. Sows 1fi.23. A total of Total futures trading volume Tuesday was flax bu- shels, rapeseed and rye Prices for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durum 2 3 IGA prices: 1 Nor 2 3 4 1 Durum Flax Oct Nov Dec May 2 3 1.54V4. High Low Close 273% 272 272 264% 262% 263} 260% 258 258 267 265% 265% .Rapeseed Nov Jan Mar May Oats Oct Dec May Barley Oct Dec May Rye Oct Dec May 259 253% 254% 251 247 248 250 246 245% 244% 245% 84 84 87 139% 124% 108 83% 86% 83 87 118% 11014 119% 1201'4 123Vi 10714 i 10714 113% 113% Plan Kremlin Stop BONN, Germany (AP) hogs sold to 1! a.ir. A total of West German Economics Minis- ter Karl Schiller will visit Mos- cow Sept. 23-24 for talks with the Soviet government, it was announced Tuesday. Schiller has been invited by the Soviet hogs sold Tuesday, pro- vincial average 25.87. S KILLED IN PLANE JANNINA (Ileutcrs) Eight persons were killed Tuesday when a Greek Air Force DC-3 crashed into Mount Mitsikcli in northwest Greece. foreign trade minister, Nikolai Patolichev, for talks which both sides hope will lead to an ex- pansion of Soviet-West German trade. Business Spotlight Investment Firms Weather Storm TORONTp (CP) Recent failures of investment houses in the United States are not likely to spread to Canada, says the president of the Toronto Stock Exchange. Low volumes of sales on North American stock ex- changes in recent months have m-eant reduced income for bro- kerage firms and bankruptcies, have been reported in the U.S. Canadian firms have an- nounced staff and salary reduc- tions but industry sources say they are weathering the slow period belter than U.S. compa- nies. J. R. Kimber, president of the Toronto exchange, says it is un- likely that a customer would lose money if a Canadian firm went bankrupt. Thei'e have been few failures of TSE-member firms, Mr. Kimber said, and he could not recall anyone ever losing money. The TSE establishes assets requirements in excess of liabil ities and spot checks, in addi tion to regular audits, are made to ensure that firms maintain these ratios. The percentag" varies depending on the size of the company. SHOWS EQUITY The financial statement the brokefage firm must make available shows shareholder eq amount paid in by the firm's owners. The shareholder equity is part of the company's capital and the amount of free capital available is a measure of its ability to do business. In the U.S., the shareholder equity is often in the form of se- curities. In Canada, the equity is seldom in the form of securi ties and when it is the security is likely to be a high-grade bond. Capital is often repre- sented by borrowed money. The U.S. markets during 196 and 1969 had higher relative vol umes than the Canadian mar kets and for a while U.S. mar kets closed one day a week to handle paperwork. "There was an accounting paper war going Mr. Kim ber said. The adjustment was easier in Canada as volumes dropped. Does this mean a. Canadian firm won't go under? SPOTS PROBLEMS 'I can't answer that with an absolute, all-time Mr. Kim ber said, but he said the rules are designed to spot an ailing firm's proMems before they be come serious. The money involved in the event of a bankruptcy would in-( cludi! payments for stocks being' purchased and funds held for clients. A million contingency fund to pay losses in the event of a bankruptcy was set up about three years ago by the ex- changes in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver and by the In- vestment Dealers Association. The TSE rules specify that a seat on the exchange reverts to the exchange if a firm goes bankrupt. The exchange can sell the current price is about use the money to help pay losses to the clients of the bankrupt firm. SugarWorkers Seek Increase SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Of posing sides sat down with a federal mediator Tuesday eve- ning in an attempt to iron out a dispute with union members at five sugar factories in Utah, Idaho and Washington. The workers, members of the American Federation of Grain Millers, started picket- ing the five Ulan-Idaho Sugar Co. plants Tuesday morning, after an extended contract with the company had expired, Philo D. Sedgwick, union vice-president said permanent em- ployees at the various facto- ries, and some off the job. A spokesman for the sugar company said, however, the firm was deducting union dues for only 897 workers. The sugar factories are lo- cated afc Garland and West Jor- dan in Utah, Idaho Falls, Ida- ho and Moses Lake and Top- penish in Washington. Harvest of sugar beets Is scheduled to start late in Sep- tember with processing slated about a week or so later. Sedgwick said the striking employees intend to "stay off the job until the company sees fit to honor our request for the improved benefits, w a r king conditions and an increase in wages." Sedgwick said the union has asked for an increase in wages and benefits averaging 29 per cent. Wages currently range between and an hour. COMPACT HOUSE Red- wood Tower is an elegant townhoiisc built by architect Herbert Kosovitz on a 15-foot lot in the heart of San Fran- cisco. Garage and recreation room occupy ground floor; two bedrooms, two baths the' second; and on top arc living kitchen and deck. DIVIDENDS By THE CANADIN PRESS Beaver Lumber Co. ommon 1214 cents; class A 25 pfd 35 cents; all Oct. 1, eccrd Sept. 10. Canada Safeway Ltil., 4.4 per ent pfd., Oct. 1, record iept. 1. Monarch Investments Ltd., 214 cents. Sept. 30, record Sept. 8. WcsUalr Foods Ltd., class A fl cents; pfd 35 cents, both Oct. 5, record Sept. 15. Canadian General Electric o. Ltd., common 25 cents, Oct. record Sept. 10: pfd. 6214 ents, Nov. 15, record Oct. 16. T. G. Bright and Co. Ltd. ommon 10 cenls, Sept. 30, lord .Sept. 18, SHULMAN'S SLEUTHS Dr. Morton Shu Iman, NDP member of the legislature for Toronto High Park, converses with students that gathered information from him indicat- ing dangers In the use of asbestos at building sites. Dr. Shulman says he hopes to ex- pand the team next summer to work in the style of U.S. consumer advocate Ralph Na- der's "Night Livestock Market Report Lethbridge livestock (Supplied by Department of Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 270 cattle. Receipts all slaughter cattle. Trade active. and choice butcher steers meeting im- Taylor, Thornton In Hospital TORONTO (CP) Flanker Bobby Taylor and defensive halfback Dick Thornton of To- ronto Argonauts were in hospi- tal Tuesday for tales surgery that will keep them sidelined at least a month. Taylor's original injury oc- curred in Argos' first season game against Montreal Al- ouettes Aug. 4. Thornton twist- ed his knee in a game against Winnipeg Blue Bombers Aug. 26. Both players have already been placed on the 30-day in- jury reserve list. Both sat out Sunday's game against Saskat- chewan Roughridm. Tight end Mel Profit further aggravated a bruised leg in the Saskatchewan game and will likely miss Argos' next game in Ottawa Monday. Gil Petmanis, cut earlier by Argos, aad Don S u t h e r i n, dropped this season from Otta- wa's roster of veterans, have been called in to fill the y -ant positions on the Toronto lineup. Sutherin, who will be filling T h o r n t o n' s left comerback spot, said ha was happy to join club like Toronto. 'I'ye never been with a he said. "Hamilton and Ottawa were both winners when I was with them and Argos will be, too." proved demand at steady to strong prices. No butcher heifers sold early. Medium and good cows meeting keen demand prices to higher. One load of heifery ranch cows selling at 23.70. Bulls lower. Choice steers 28.25 to 28.50; good 27.50 to 28; medium 26 to 27.50. Good cows 21.80 to 22.80; medium 19 to 20.50; canners and cutters 15.50 to 19. Good bulls 23 to 24.30. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday f.o.b. Lethbridge 25.85 to 25.90 base price. Good lambs 24. Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.m., about head; mostly slaughter steers and heifers of good quality. Trade was active. Slaughter steers, heifers and cows were steady with bulls lower. Choice slaughter steers 28 to 29, good 27 to 28, medium 26 Choice heifers 25 to 25.90, good 24 to 25.25, medium 23 to 24. Good cows 20.23 to 21, medium 19 to 20, canners and cutters 17 to 19. Good bulls 23.70 to 24.70. Replacement cattle were mostly fleshy steers and heifers .at steady .prices. Good feeder heifers more than 650 pounds 25.50 to 27.25. Hogs base price 26.05. Lambs were about a dollar lower Tuesday with mixed lots of good and choice 21.50 to 22. VACCINE PARIS (Reuters) The sole French maker of cholera vaccine, the Pasteur Institute in Paris, has stepped up production a hundredfold, public health officials said. Strict health checks are being enforced at airports and ports throughout France on passengers arriving from affected areas. COMMUNITY COLIEGE invites applications for the position of TYPEWRITING -SESSIONAL INSTRUCTOR7 Teacher Education and several years of typewriting teaching experience essential. Employment to begin immediately. Phone: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 327-2141 Potato Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Maritime potato futures market was inactive Tuesday with bids and offers at previous close levels. Open High Low Close Nov. 2.22B March 2.50N April 2.75A May BATA SHOE STORE FOR RENT GOOD LOCATION ON 5th STREET SOUTH Suitable for shoe (tore or ladies wear store APPLY: Stan's Men's Wear 321 5th St. I BUILDING TO BE REMOVED 50' x 100' RECREATION HALL Located at Lethbridge Airport Approximately ft. of lumber BARGAIN PRICED CONTACT- NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. Phone 328-1731 ;