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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 11 Loans 'i to and Royal Trust to Dome Pcli-olcum was off SI '2 to VJ, and Fakonbridge to quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohtrly, Roodhouso and McCuaig) LAST BID OH SALE a.m. ..m. Uuotesl a.m. Quotes) Aiming 5.00 Hud Pfd F ITS .sis a-ar VI J-sis JBiS Sr-JS st6" ill Homcsld Lake Duf.u 1 10.37V5 "j C 1V 4.74 ,.a Cfln PIH 11.15 tf.GF M.liwie 5.07 S.iS Ciln Incl Gas Oil Pacific Pete JJ.'-n vjnguard '.13 10.01 Crtn Lcntl !s r.ick's VANCOUVER rdn 36.00 Telcdyne "0 Ccn Dtl Klo K.7S V.TM Cdn Seed k .53 n-irter 1 75 while Yukon V.25 MinlnO .0714 C. CALGARY Sg .U Pel" IQ.50 Acroll -3S., worre .61 riynamic .'0 Barons Oil .WU 3.SO F.I Plains 39. ra Madison churchll Copper 01 Cdn Oil i.tt North Conl -03 Uchlei 1.25 West Warner -K Mill niy PIPELINE STOCKS Dolly V.rden .21 ts -a "pptr Ptnn.clB f 5.55 Lytton Mlnsrall 1.00 Pl.ro GBS .U CM meiro Pnndc- .'.0 if, rvfn p 3100 pyramid .32 ROTOC'r Cdn P Pld B 11.25 silver Standard .M Scurry Rain 13.00 rp pld A 44.75 Texmont -PCDner ,R3 cd p War 950 seihfns B.J5 Jr 75 copper 7.05 5.90 FUNDS WC Res .06 Ulslcr 135 pVciJjc 4J1 440 INDUSTRIALS DtMlb 6.35 8.33 Blook Bros MM WKl Pete 8.00 d 8.5, 9.37 B.C. Sugar 17.75 MISCELLANEOUS All Cdn Venl 3.37 3.68 B C Sugar Pld 16.25 i CSn Br-v Col Mutual 6.00 Key Indust 22 rdi Prow A '125 Cmnw Inter 12.20 13.il Hys Pic'ic nii Lev 3.CS 3.35 Interior Brew J.60 f roo Corn Invest 5.0B 5.58 Inter Mariner .66 A CorS In St F J.S8 5.03 Okanagan Kellcop 5.50 Cv-nu- B DrJytus F U.. 11.19 12.26 Pacific W Air 11.25 Sar lliso Sr'ln Shares 3.13 Slampede M Res .75 IKS S F -326 0Ci, K, Toronto industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes! a.m. Ouotes) .a Stores sr i-s sss Broutsn .21 p n-v 21 00 Gen ssss 1 TUng. 1.60 ,-S, CrVtral Pal 1.35 Ratlinre Huron, Erie 5J.75 Rio Algom 12.75 Hiram Walk 35.75 Romsn Corp. 5.10 Imperial Oil 2S.75 r i p, i 130 shErrl" Gortlon "''5 tmssca 17.75 tons. Kan.. Silver Miller .04 Int. Nickel 28.10 Join Lane Sleep Rock 208 Pipe 27.75 Cortenour Tck c lnv Go A s Dickenson Mine .76 ffl 3a Dcnison Mines y 1 Canada vfl V.'esfrn M nes 2.J6 Kelly Doug A 5.37VJ urines WTJJM SLA Mines' T ig East Malarlic .75 INDUSTRIALS McMillan Bloe 22.00 East Sullivan 2.10 5 Moore Corp Falconbriclce 59.50 Molscns A 17.25 Frotex .2fti T li' ,c Molscns B 17.25 Marilimes .51 f 675 North, Cent 13.37'i Giant Y.K. 7.25 lnsduqar S Corp 4.40 Bovis 1.55 Alira indgsi S.OD Price Co 5.75 C-randuc 3.40 Bell Tel jf'ij'4 Headway R.L. 6.00 Eralil Trac 16.50 f' i. liu Hcllinacr 3400 B.C. Tel 60.50 Shell CDA 3J.1M Hudson Bay M-S 16.50 Burns 12.50 X Hydra Ex. .16 B.C. Forest 15.00 Simp Sears 26.15 B c. Sucar 17.75 1.12 CAc Ind 4.DS Tcxaco 31 ;5 Joliet Quebec Cdn Brew TraderJ G A Kerr Addiscn 6..'5 Clicmco 1 T M, p jo.jjvi Key Anacon .20 Co Cellulose 285 pM Lal-radcr 34.50 Cat Power 25.50 u o 61V1 Lak, Shere 220 Corcn Credit 1.00 P1 Lanqis Silver .05 ,G" IL'S Versatile Mf9 3.35 R.L. .63 SdnHln5uV IIS, Westeel 12.75 Malarlic G.F. .56 2 90 unim Car "-M PF' i as Kim cominco ll 62% E'GC Intern MoquI 6.55 Ba'h 5.62Va BANKS Now West Home 7.50 cons Gas 19.00 Can Imperial 22.25 New Alhona .11 Dlsl Sea 5-i 55 Montreal 15.75 New Olumpt .17 Bridge 21.35 Nova Scotia W. Horse Copper 1.61 Domtar 9.75 Royal 2fi-00 Nararda Dom Textile lfl-25 Tor-Dom 25.50 New York stocks (Snpplitd By Richardson Securities of Canada) T T 42.37'.i Sears 91.87V! 20 Golds 144-29 up 1.50 Anaconda Std Oil cl N.J. 68.75 10 Base Met 70.88 off .23 Bi-lh 7-125 Texas Gulf 112.12Vi 15 W Oils H5.77 off 2.08 Ch'ry'LT 25.50 Texas Co 30.62V2 Volume 564.000 rS! Sworth0" YORK AVERAGES GM Weslinqhoi-se Elec E6-00 30 tndust 609.94 off 5.41 Gull 2450 U.S. Steel 25.6214 20 Rails 217.75 off 1.00 2'75 15 Utilities 110.65 off .42 t-rn-i Copper 24 W, TORONTO AVERAGES 65 stoeks off 1.57 Mcn'tpomery V7ard 28.50 20 Indust 161.60 off .29 Volume lux moi ing expenses as deductions, lere, too, there weren't or otter evidence of the justness nature of the alleged ;xpenditure. The Minister of National Revenue unceremoniously refused o allow any of these items as 'aild business expenses other hen 50 per cent of the alleged ravelling costs. Before running up the flag or morality in tax law, it must re said that the Revenue De-iartmenl's action was taken not leeause of the impropriety he expenses, but rather, the taxpayer couldn't irovc they'd actually been 3Ut. The tax office has never pre-s u m e d to be anyone's conscience and the law is quite dear, to the surprise of many, hat illicit payments, bribes, layoffs and the like are quite )ermissib'e tax if >ne can prove he's made them. This principle has been restated in many cases to support deductibility of payments by prostitutes to procurers, lobby-sts to politicians, .suppliers to juyers and the like. The only test the law applies is: were the payments really made, were they necessary to earn income for the taxpayer, and were the amounts reasonable in relation to the income earned? RECEIPT NEEDED In this case, W. 0. Davis rendered the board's judgment. He ru ed that where any deduction is claimed it must be supported by a voucher or receipt. When this can't be produced, then disregarding the propriety of the payment, which is irrelevant in tax law, the onus is heavy upon the taxpaj-er to prove in some objective fashion that the payments were actually made. After that it becomes a ques-tiea of whether or not and to what extent the amount paid is reasonable. Only UK amount is deductible. In this case, the board rule that no deduction iilluv.-able. Mr. Dau' made the puii that became the taspaycr d 1 his business in a dubious be could not expect bis tw taken r.t fniv value anv ccnxtboratnig evidence. Mr. Davis is to admitvi for his Tin- kickback is one of (he in.'idio.is orna m e n t s oi the busings world. One can't help wx.ndi.r-ing why something Mist's a blot on the entire system should bo blessed with tax .Ic-ouri-'iiii-v even when it is properly proved. In this CB'e juMice and I'M law. often strangers, were l'-'f-pily united. (Mr. Asper is a lawyer) By 1. 11. ASPEK Every mice in a while the Canadian tax courts deliver much needed lessons in business morality. On one occasion, the Tax An- 1 penl Board gently slapped tire wrists of a ranpuny that claimed certain to charities in excess of the deductible limits should bo allowed as promotional expenses, because making these "charitable" contributions was "good for business." The board delivered a solemn lecture lo the taxpayer full of biblical quotations, reminding him of the true nature of charity. In good conscience the board couldn't accept a charitable deduction where there had been no real diaritable intent. On another occasion the taxpayer's dilemma was mainly because of the meat. The taxpayer was an Ontario mest wholesaler. In the period from 1932 lo 1964 he claimed deduclion from income of abcu S10.030 to cover under Ihe-lablc cash payments lie allegedly made to meat buyers and chefs of restaurants he supplied. Naturally there were no receipts. Here's how it worked. According to Ihe evidence, the sup-pielr had more than 40 hotels and restaurants he called on regularly. Each year the chefs and buyers would be given crisp new S50 bills at Christmas in the hope that this would influence them in keeping Uieir company's business with the taxpayer. He tes ified that this was necessary in order to keep lu'm competitive. On top of that, be had about a lalf dozen restaurant chefs who would supply him with vital information. For a kickback pro rata to business received, they'd tell him what his competition was quoting so he could meet the price. So much for free enterrjriFP. CASH PAYOFF The arrangement was that if he met the lowest price per standard cut of meat, the chief would recommend that his bid be accepted. Then the chef would get a crsh payoff equa to 1 per cent of each month's purchases from the taxpayer's company. Naturally all payments were in cash and for obvious reason, again no receipts. Not unexpectedly, the taxpayer's business flourished. Lest one be tempted to turn in all Ills credit cards and return to the noisy family dinner table, there was a brighter side The taxpayer assured the com" that there was always a gen tlemen's agreement between payoffer and payoffee that not withstanding this unseemly ar rangement, the quality of supplies would not suffer. And if this assurance weren't enough to establish the honor of this practice, the court was offered ample evidence of the taxpayer's integrity when lie refused to identify the recipi ents of his bounty. He explain ed that no lists were kept be cause "if the owners (of the restaurants) knew of sucl things, you would be out o business. To show why he couldn't pos sibly keep records of these out lays, the taxpayer's chief wit ness revealed how in one case he'd lost a substantial custome-because the chef had been sc eager to qualify for larger kick backs, he began ordering in busi far in excess of his employer's requ'rerner.i'.s. The chef was dismissed, and the taxpayer lost a valued customer. NO RECEIPTS After digesting this abbreviated version of "how to succeed in business without really trying" the court turned its attention to a number of unsupported expenses Ihe taxpayer claimed had been realized in entertaining potential customers. Again, no receipts. On top of that, the taxpayer had attempted to claim Weaker at mid-K TORONTO (CP) Gold issues edged moderately higher while prices in all o'Jier major sectors of tha Toronto slock market drifted lower in light mid-morning trading today. Tte Industrial index was off .24 to J63.65, base metals .14 to 70.97 and western oils .38 to 197.47. Golds were up 1.01 to 145.80. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Thursday. Declines outnumbered advances 87 to 77 with 160 issues line-bagged. Beverage, industrial mining, merchandising and utility issues moved lower. Banking, oil refining, steel and general manufacturing issues climbed fractionally higher. Texas Gulf Sulphur lost to Imperial Oil 'i lo Ncranoa '.i to Canadian Imperial Bank to S2K, and Bethlehem to Slo'.l. Total Pete was off 20 cents to 55.75, Abitibi to S5''i, Calgary Power VH to Dominion Bridge Vi to '.i Chrysler 1 o Suportesl ordina'y gained 1's to Bank of Montreal VB to Beaver Lumbar to Canada Cement >i (o and Shell >s MONTREAL (CP) Prices were high in light trading on the Montreal stock market tcday. On index, industrials were up .10 lo 167.16, banks 1.95 lo 207.58, the composite .13 to 167.41 aid papers .03 to Gfl.08. Utilities remained unchanged al 144.60. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared v.-ith 224.000 at the seme time Thursday. Highlighting gains, Petrofina Canada was up lo Eastern Canada Savings YORK (AP) Slock market prices sank in today's moderate trading as investor concern mounted about Phase 2 of President Nixon's economic policies rnd international monetary problems. Analysts noted investors were disturbed by the sharp drop in the United Slates dollar in inlcr-national mcnelary markets the introduction of a bill in Congress calling for an fec'.-ease in the price of gold. Many investors also arc concerned about labor dissatisfaction with Phase 2, they added. Among Canadians, Alccn and Genstar Ltd. were both off '.i to SlS'.a and SHU respectively. Up 'it were Canadian Pacific to Distillers Seagrams o and Hudson Bay Minir.g to 51C7s. On the Amex, Canadian Javelin was down !i to and Brascan Ltd. and Molybdcni e Can both gained la al and i Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department "f Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 600, cattle and calves. Receipts practically all replacement cattle and stock :alves. Trade active. All classes of butcher cattle sold steady Thursday. Medium and good stacker and feeder steers meeting keen demand, prices 50 cents to higher. No good stock calves sold early. Thursday quotations for butcher cattle as follows: CHice steers 33 to 33.50; good 32 to 32.75; medium 30 to 31.75. Choice heifers 31.50 to 32; goad 30.25 to 31.25. Good cows 19.50 to 20.50; medium 18 to 19; canncrs and cutters 14 to 18. Good bulls 23 to 24. Good heavy feeder steers over 750 Ibs. 32 to 35.75. Gondligbt stock steers 600 to 700 Ibs 34 to 37.50. Good feeder hdfers 30. to 33.25. Butcher hogs sold Thursday Lethbridge 25.50 base price. Good lambs 20 (o 21. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the livestock market to 11 a.m. about head; mostly stock calves and replacement cattle. Trade was active. Slaughter cattle were mostly medium to common cows with all grades selling steady. Thin cows sold 10 to 14. Good slaughter cows 20.25 to 21, medium 18.50 to 20, earners and cutters 15.50 to 18. Replacement cattle were relatively scarce selling at steady prices. Stock calves a good demand, also at steady prices. A few good lightweight steer calves from 250 to 300 pounds sold to A few good stock hsifer calves 250 to 300 pounds 39.50. Good feeder steers less than 750 pounds 34 to 37, more report 750 pounds 32 to 34.50. Good 'eeder heifers more than 600 pounds 30 to 32.80. Good stock and feeder cows 20.50 to 23.75. Good stock steer calves less than 400 pounds 43 to 46, more than 400 pounds 39 to 44. Common to medium 34 to 42, depending on weight. Good stock heifer calves less th'n 400 pounds 34 to 36.50, more than 400 pounds 32 to 35.50. Common to medium 28 to 33. No hogs sold to 11 to be aided bv bureau EDMONTON (CP) Top Canadian businessmen are to be recruited in a drive lo create a national better business bureau. William H. J. Siutt, manarrer of tb.3 Edmonton bureau, said in a prepared statement tlie new organization will try to bridge "a growing chasm" between consumers and businesf. He said Uie national bureau will more power and will be more effective than single local bureaus. Tte bureau, to be patterned the ".curicil of Bolter Business Bureaus in the United States, would have a central computer which would stove inquiries, complaints, market and economic dcta. It also would have an ambitious consumer information program, an expanded telephone system and arbitration panels. Tho panels would act on "an objective third party" in local disputes between buyer and seller. The seller would be bcund by the panel's decision but UK seller still would have legal recourse. Mr. Slutt said the Canadian lureau's programs should bs in effect by the middle of next to coal seen EDMONTON (CP) Coal is receiving serious consideration as an alternate energy soi rce o petroleum, says Maurice Can-igy of the Alberta research council. "Natural gas people are looking for large areas of coal for gassification to suoplement diminishing supplies of natural gas." he ssid in an interview. ?ur. Carrigy. chairman of Ihe first geological confcrnece on Western Canadian coal, ssid "utility companies are turning more and more. to coal for an energy source ar.d the large oi companies have become interested in coal as a means of diversification.'' Objective of the conference is to compile information gathered on Western Canadian coal t uring the last 50 years and decide what future exploration is necessary to better assess Alberta's coal reserves. An estimated 90 per cent of Alberta's coal reserve is low quality thermal coal which could fill the energy gap in the coming decades, said Mike Cu-ricio of Sterling Coal Valley Mining Co., a conference organizer. He predicted coal would ic-come as important to Alberta in the years ahead as the oil industry is Soviet plant gets help from U.S. WASHINGTON (AP) The United States approved Thursday S528 million hi export licences for shipment of equip-mect and technology to the So-viel Union's big new Iruck plant on the Kama River. It was the largest single approval of U.S. export licences to :he Soviet Union ever, and appeared to improve Ihe prospects for Soviet-American trade. Although the Mack Truck Co. trad applied for export licences lo help build the plar.t, the new licences granted by the government apply to a number of companies, a spokesman said, in itcpes of creating competition. The licences cover a wide range of equipment and data for various plants of Ihe over-all Kama River Iruck project, the commerce dcpartmc it s a i d, such as forging, engine, gear and transmission, stamping and pressing and assembling. Included among the items for export are machines, presses and furnaces lo produce forgings for truck components, equipment, and machine tools to manufacture drive ar.d differential truck gears and ether paid by Fording VICTORIA (CP) The Bri-tish Columbia government has approved by ordcr-in-counc 1 the sale of 71.52 acres of crown land in the Kootenay Elk River Valley to Fording Coal Ltd. for an ere. Tile order sets the price ei plus in statutory and documentation fees. It states that the land is needed by the company for a towiisitc in conjunction with its mining and other operations at Boivin Creek. The order-in-cnunc-il also states that the land must be developed to the saiisfnclion n' the minislcr wiliiin five years th.il nil imdpvelopofl land after that lime must be returned to B.C. r.t 10 dollars ar acre. futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures Thursday, Nov. 34.55A: Jan. Mar. 33.00A; May 32. Wednesday's volume: 20 Gas earnings increase CALGARY (CP) Canadisi Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd. earned during the first nine months this year, an increEse of from the same period of 1970. The earnings were equivalent to S1.20 compared with a year earlier. Company officials said pri Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Trading i was light at mid session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange oday for the second consecu-ivo dr.y. Rcpcseed prices moved fractionally lower on a quiet local and commission house trade. Oilier commodities were barely active and featureless. Volumne of trr.de Thursday j.iHS.OOO bushels of flax, 971.000 of rcpeseed and of I've. JIIli-SESSION Flr.x: Nov. lower Dec. 1 lower 2. 3013; May 1's owcr 2.'IO: July lower 2.42A. Rapesecd Vancouver: Nov. >4 lower 2.65'iB; Jan. "s lower :.CS7sB; Jlarch review Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec. Vt lower 2.49B; May lower July not open. Oak: Dec 'i lower 655s; May lower 67'.1; July '.i lower 67'iA. Barley: Dec. ]i higher 1.04VJ.A; May unchanged 1.07'iA; July unchanged Rye: Dec 3i lower 95% A; May lower 1.01B; July not open. WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Thursday (basis High Low Close Flax Nov 233VJ 2293i 230! i Dec 233 231 May 243 241 1 i Jly 245'.', 241-1.1 242U Rapesecd Vancouver Nov 266U 263-li 266 Jail Mi 269 '.4 Mar 26714 267 Jun 264 >4 26258 284 '4 Rapcsced Thunder Bay Dec 249U 249 249Vi May 259 25fi's 2S9 Jly' 253 Oats Dec 66 G57i May 67H 6714 675i Jly Barley Dec KM'i lO-t'4 1W.4 May 107-H 107'4 Jlv 106% 106V4 106'4 Rye Dec flS'.i 95 95 May 102'g 10H4 Jly charged WEST BERLIN (Reuier) European light heavyweight champion Coany Velensek was arrested yesterday with four other men and charged with usurping th? authority of the police and causing grcvious bodily harm. The five were accused of cc-r-rcir.g and injuring several people while "qneslion-i.nn'1 1h.'in in ;i fii.-.- poultry prices issued >y the federal department of agriculture: To producers: A large 42: A medium 33: A small 18: 8 22; C and cracks 6. To retailers: A large 54: A medium 50; A small lo 32: B 34 to 39: C and cracks 32. To consumers (in A large 5f> lo 61 A medium to 50; A small 35 to 311. No. 1 live broilers 22; chicken 6 ar.d over, 23' 2; 5 am undo.- 6, 22'2; foul under 4, 4; turkey under 12, 24; 12 to 1C, 25: over IS, 211-. No. 2 live broilers 19: cnictei f> ard over 22' 2; 5 OFFICE SPACE FiRNELVA HOUSE 3rd Avo. find 13lh St. S. 800-1000 square ft. Can Be Subdivided. Jonitor Service. Write P.O. Box 217, Lcfhbridge. Phone 327-1803. -cl By Gene ELECTRIC SHIRT IS HERE! TOR SKIERS, SKATERS AND ALL OUTDOOR WINTER WEAR, ITS ELEMENT IS DIRECTLY OVER THE NEWE CENTER OFTHE LOWER BACKAMC IS FURNISHED POWER BY TOO D-CELL ALKALINE BATTERIES TORN IN SNAP-OPEN POUCHES ON THE BELT... f 1 Wfi Mfe4 ...meHfAme MITISSAIO JOKftSll.tReMOVfD SO ntt SHIRT MAY AND WORN AS A STANDARD Atmae OFaonfiHof 3043 IS per cent in value to S21.7flrt.H4 wore the cause cf the earnings DAV1SON WINNIPEG (CP) G. H. Davison of Iviedicine Hat been named a member of (lie Prairie region advisory group to assist Ihe Manpower director with -stra'.ion of th> local initiatives prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmcnto: 25.15, average Tl.ursdav, 26.02. Red Deer: Market not estab-I i s h e d average Thursday 26.11. Calgary: No market; average Thursday, No market; crape Thursday, 2j.44. U.oyriminstcr: No market; average Thursday, 25.28. Grande Prairie: No market; average Thursday. 2o.l2. Total hags sold Thursday average 25.91. Sows average, r ASPHALT 1 r PAVING t 4 TOLIESTRUP j m Construction Co. ltd. k SAND and GRAVEL A W PHONE I 328-2702 327-3610 June 'i higher 12 to 2'': liver 111, ISy THE CANADIAN PRESS Ltd.. common seven cents; 4' 2 per cent pfd. 56Vi mils, both Feb. 1, record Jan. 3. Groat West Life I INSTITUTE OF i HYPI Build Soles Self-Confidence Develop Self Motivat Improve Study Habits Master Emotions w. it Improve Memory k Eliminate Nervous Tension if Concentration to impro Sports Abilities 1 Build w Individual and group hetro-hypnosis and se IjJ Free lecture service to a 24 HOUR ANS 1- PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS 1 328-6426 324 7th St. S. jf wsis i Step: Sir.cVii-g Bed Wtttir.J futures WINNIPEG (CP1 Maritime potato futures: No trades SIMPSONS-SEARS requires MANAGEMENT TRAINEES To fulfill our Management requirements due to the. continuing expansion in the Calgary orca. QUALIFICATIONS: University or an extensive background In tho Retail field at tho supervisory level. We offer top earnings and an excellent benefit program along witli unlimited opportunity for advancement. Apply in Person Simpsons-Scars Personnel Office GiTvIiound Lines of Canada Ltd.. 12'i cents Dec. 31, record Deo. 1. Imperial Oil Ltd., 15 cents, (plus extra of five cents, Dec. 29, record Dec. 1. Tcxnco Canada Ltd., four per cent pfd. SI .00 Jan. 20, record Dec. Stutlcrmg Nail Biting Oilier Habits iv Sicsp Soundly Lcso WcigM OvcrccrtU' fears f'.Jj ve Classic Phobias jig Incompotib'iity Dentistry instruction avriilabV in hypnosis. ny non-profit VERING StRVlCt fll BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. yjj 261 -38-10 Ml Sih Avr. S.vv. Calcici'Y On low Cost Home Ownership od in Thursday's Nov. 18 Uthbridge Herald, the night phono number should read HEAVY DUTY DIESEL MECHANIC -WORKING FOREMAN -Will have complete control of shop. Slcody year round employment Wages to per month, depending on qualifications, Writo to: PEERLESS WOOD PRESERVERS HIGH RIVER, ALBERTA or Phone ;