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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ___W.dnfidny, 9, 1970 THE LCTHBRIDGJ HERALD 25 TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto stock market moved mod- erately upward in mid-morning trading today. On index, industrials rose .41 to 162.24, golds 1.99 to 164.18 base metals .17 to 96.46 and western oils .82 to 182.22. Sharp Raps Piracy OTTAWA (CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Tuesday it is essential to reach international agreements to end the "dangerous and cow- ardly acts" of air hijacking. He told a news conference the Canadian government is out- raged by the latest outbreak of air piracy. Canada has been "perhaps the most active country" in trying to promote international agreements whereby all coun- tries would take action against hijacking, Mr. Sharp said It's possible, he said, that countries refusing to co-operate could eventually find them- selves without ah- service. Canada has no specific laws against air piracy, but Mr. Sharp said existing laws and conventions are adequate to cqver such crimes. He hoped it wouldn't be neces- sary for Canadian pilots to arm themselves. "This would be a last desperate resort." New Oil Find In North Sea OSLO (Reuters) A new oil find has been made in the Nor- wegian sector of the North Sea, the government announced Tuesday. The strike was made by the United States-Norwegian Amo- co-Noco group of companies, ad- jacent to the Ekofisk field where the U.S. Phillips group established the existence of a large oil field earlier this A statement issued by the Norwegian ministry of indus- tries said, however, that drilling was continuing and no addi- tional information could be given before necessary tests had been completed and evalu- ated. It was not possible at present, to say whether the new striks was economically exploitable, the statement added. Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) Commis- sion houses on both sides of the market led a modest trade on the Winnipeg live beef futures market today. Trades were executed at 10 to 30 cents higher. Open High Low Close Sep 30.00 30.15 30.00 30.15 Nov 29.00 29.10 29.00 29.10 Jan 29.00B Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, Up from at the same time Tuesday. Prices began moving up dur- ing the first 10 minutes of trad- ing under pressure from Wall Street. Strongest scoters were bever- ages, chemicals, general manu- facturing, merchandising, real estate and steels. Texas Gulf Sulphur was up at Alberta Gas Trunk to Inco to Aquitaine to Campbell Chibouga- mau 35 cents to Kio Algom to Canadian Supe- rior Oil to Asamera to and Spooncr 16 cents to Opemiska fell 'A to Late Dufault V4 to and Pa- cific Pete to PRICES CLIMB MONTREAL on the Montreal stock market moved slightly higher in all sec- tors in heavy trading today. A total of shares changed hands by 11 a.m. Banks were stronger as Cana- dienne Nationale advanced to and Royal to Pro- vincial Bank of Canada slipped to Among senior oils, Texaco Canada was up to Cal- gary Power to and Aquitaine Vt to Gulf Oil slipped Vt to Among other issues, Canadian Arena rose 1% to and CPR to while Imperial To- bacco slipped to On index, banks rose .33 to 177.24, papers .23 to 89.88, utili- ties .17 to 134.44, the composite .10 to 160.S6 and industrials .04 to 165.15. PRICES LOWER NEW YORK (AP) An early morning downturn led by the blue chips widened in scope this afternoon as New York prices dropped lower across the board. Trading was active. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was off 7.67 at 765.47. Analysts said the market was being dogged by profit taking and worries over.strikes in the rail and auto industries. Gen- eral uneasiness over the Middle East situation, with a rash oi airline hijackings, also contrib- uted to the downturn, analysts said. At noon the Associated Press 60-stock average was off 1.2 at 253.8, with industrials off 1.7, rails off 0.9, and utilities off 0.2 Canadian Pacific advances to among Canadians Dome was up at and Gen- star, Hudson Bay and Massey were up at and respectively. Jnco and Walker were off Vs, both at On the American exchange Scurry was off at am Molybdenite Vt at Brascan was up at and Javelin at NO POSTAL SERVICE During the French regime ir early Canada, the country had no organized postal service. The first British post office opened in Halifax in 1755. Hog Prices EDMONTON CP) Hog prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 26 tym, are fully air-conditioned. In his 26 years at LCI, Mr. Seville admits the last two ears have been hardest, Neville saia. -six years ago a group of appraisers from the department of education ex-Dressed their dismay at the poor faculties of LCI, and their 1964 report called for an ex- Securities of Canada R SALE Quotes) a.m. old school could accommodate students, and the new school, almost double in ize will accommodate only the restricting lack of facili-es which has increasingly ampered both students and taff. He made the need for of about million to upgrade it." Classes started at LCI Sept. 8, two weeks due to con- known to delays. Finishing 14.25 East Sullivan 5.65 Falconbridge LCI was board several years are to be completed by Frobex 26 6.00 First Marltimes classrooms in the rords of W. L. Neville, thing really end of November. 8.62W Giant Y.K 8.10 11.50 Gunnar principal, "a pile 19.00 Granduc 8-30 30.00 Headway R.L. -12W 15.50 Hollinger 33.50 21.00 Hud. Bay M-S 20.37'A 22.50 Hydra Ex. LCI now, however, can offer he New 10.50 Highland Bell the first time In its 23.75 iron Bay 330 9.S2V4 Iso 2.17 17.75 Jollet Quebec .24 Kerr Addison 11-12V1 14.25 Key Anacon -37 37.50 Labrador it has a home for the fine arts. There is an area devoted to the development of commercial and classical art; there Public 2.70 Lake Shore 3-40 9 62W Leitch huge band room, and n.tTh Langis Sliver rooms for least 200 new students to the city during the sum- 22.00 Macassa 1.M 16.25 Madsen R.L. and instrument this year in the months. 2.30 Malartic G.F. public school have not yet been fi- 1.50 Martin McNeely .11 'A c Maybrun Is a of them for high school enrol- Maclntyre with stage, a costume increase has been since the Lethbridge Col- 15.50 Meta 1950 Midnm room and dressing as due to an Institute just opened its 2250 intern Mogul make-up areas number of families Sept. 8 due to construc- 20.50 New Athana _ New Calumet .26'A 5 New Imperial 2.10 .09 Noranda 27.50 2.12 Northgata 10-50 .53 Opemiska 12.00 1-90 Osisko -29V .40 Patino at three foot intervals by vertical flpurescent fixtures. The new library, about four times the size of the delays. Dr. 0. P. Larson, superintendent of public schools, said the Grade 1 enrolment is down slightly from last June, but oth- Pine Point 32.75 1.65 Placer. Dev. 33.00 .53 P.C. Exp 89 15.50 Quebec Man -24 d.fjo Rayrock will hold 150 students at a time. It will be staffed by- one librarian and up to three Agenda elementary grades showed enrolment increases. He added that "no class In 2.27 Radiore 3? 20.621.6 Rio Algom 18.50 2.70 Roman Corp. 5.55 1.26 Silverfields The library and the entire school is wired for elementary school contains more than 35 students, which is 11.87W Sherritt Gordon carrels outside maximum number .86 Silver Miller -07 .15 Steep Rock cubicles) are being application by the City for one teacher. .48 Siscoe in the library, to build a six new teachers have Tek Corp of having its own and public works employed by the district 2L50 Upper Canada at 280 5th St. N. is on accommodate the large en- .07'A Western Mines 4.05 1.16 Wright Har. 1.45 60.50 Willroy are two sloping lecture theatres, One similar to a for the Municipal Planning Commission Galbraith Elementary School .2SV4 Windfall -14 nes 1 30 Yellowknifft Br. with its for construction of North Lethbridge, already 1.15 Zenmac behind it and a have been called crowded, was further at the close Sept. by an enrolment re- carpeted language former city stores addition of an extra C upstairs contains 36 carrels, all equipped with tape at 9th St. and 5th Ave. N. was sold in 1969 and the and teacher. Elementary schools show a Securities of equipment for use in teaching oral moved to temporary enrolment of students including 54 at the Dor- 2S.62VS 20 Golds 144.47 up 2.28 45.75 10 3 Metals 96.38 'Jp .09 j J 65.25 15 W Oils 178.75 oft 2.6 117.62'A Volume 31.62'ANEW YORK AVERAGE 35.1 Th 30 Indusf 763.62 off 9.52 Elec 68.75 20 Rails 136.64 off 1.51 32.00 15 Utilities 109.50 oif .7 VERAGES 65 Stocks 239.74 off science teaching facilities are the most up-to-date in any high school. The nine new science teaching areas have their lecture rooms separate from the laboratories. Each first stage of a new stores complex was finished in .967, but space is still required 'or city stores, public works, water works and electrial Gooder S'chool for retarded children, now part of the district. The total elementary teaching staff is 175. Junior high school enrolment totalled students and 96 n up .09 Volume accommodates two sli dents to a desk and each The commission will also Senior high school enrolment ,e provided rath power and ga; outlets, hot and cold water am waste a request from North Lethbridge Mo-Tires to build t ire re-treading shop at 410 total about students, although some estimaets suggest tins could be considerably GA: 1 Nor 2 cabinets are located 4 1.57Va; 1 labs to eliminate extra teachers employed 2 3 discomfort from create no financial prob- jrices: 1 Nor 2 produced while for the school district, as 4 1 their lab salaries will be covered 2 3 and expanded YORK (CP) a special readjustment in facilities are dollar up Vs at 98 17-32 p r o v i n cial government High Low the new classroom of U.S. funds. Pound and by regular grants Flax Dct 275 271% is now an area for beauty up 1-16 at the additional students. %v 264% 283 new vocational Dec 257 256% 2563 May 266% 265% 2657 Rapcscea Vancouver VJov 253% 249% will add to the existin shops an entirely new drafiin area, a photography lab, a garage equipped with two Ian 251% 248 hoists, an office Mar 251% and a body are preparing to move to our new location In May 249% 246Vi 249 Rapcsccd Thunder Bay Oct 2S3 251% 253 Dec 242 240 with a hoist, a fram and body straighlener and an isolated spray painting room. The new auxilliary Village Apr 247 246 has a OF ITEMS ARE NOW REDUCED TO floor and its Oats Oct 91 '89% and shower Our Bargain Bar of Super 90 89% administration area May 92 90% vastly enlarged. is an Jly 90 partitions separate the o fices, and there is a CU. Oct 127 125% 127 Dec 126 VlAVi room and lavatory for th secretarial May 129% 127 129 ____ students' lounge will provide an attractive area for lid lock, light. Indicator light, 2 buckett and Rye Oct 111% 110% 111 Dec 111 109 111 May 115% 114 115 Jly to mingle in their free time. To the west of the spacious foyer at the main entrance the warranty on the tea 5-year food spoilage warra Reg 239.00 NOW 4J.J OFFICE 1500 Sq. Ft. Available u liiiLnl TI Attractively finished and in an excellent May rented furnished or SHORFMMG Pleaii To Bex 59, The lelhbridge 6th STREET ;