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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 21, 1971 THE tETHWIDGE HERALD 23 Market declines for fourth day TORONTO (CP) Industrial and western oil issues slumped sharply lower as prices on the Toronto stock exchange posted declines to most sectors for the fourth consecutive session in slow trading today. The industrial index was down 1.16 to 161.82, oils 1.69 to 211.33 and base metals .02 to 74.31. Golds were up .14 to 147.60. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Wednesday. Decline? outnumbered ad- vances by more than two-to-one, 143 to 60. with 166 issues un- changed. Beverage, oil refining, pipe- lines, steel and general mer- chandising issues were among the market's weakest sectors. Communications and food proc- essing edged fractionally higher. Inco dropped to Ford of Canada to Tara Vt to Scurry-Rainbow to and International Utiliies to Gulf Oil lost Vt to Impe- rial Oil Vi to Royal Bank 'A to S'telco Vs to and Sherritt Vs to Federal Grain climbed Vi to Hunter Douglas to and Pacific Pete Vs to PRICES DOWN MONTREAL (CP) Prices slid downward across the board in light trading on the Montreal stock market today. Industrials led the retreat, dropping 1.20 to 168.19 as the composite declined 1.02 to 167.64, Utilities .69 to 143.79, banks .38 to 204.23 and papers .70 to 66.90. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian slock exchanges at lla.m. was shares compared with at the same time Wednesday. Distillers-Seagrams lost to International Nickel to Dome Petroleum 1i to Alberta Gas to Husky Oil to Imperial Oil to Maclean-Hunter to Moore Corp. to MacMillan-Bloedel to and Shell Canada to Southam Press was up to Trust General du Canada to and Denison to On the Canadian exchange, Ranger Oil was off to on 100 shares. DJA OFF NEW YORK (AP) The stock market, which bad de- clined in the previous six ses- sions, slipped again loday. Trade was moderately active. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 3.50 at 852.15. Among Canadians Dome Mines was up points to ?57''s and Distillers Seagrams ahead Vt at Mclntyre Porcu- pine losl 2 points lo Inter- natJonalNickel was down to On the American Stock Ex- change, Brascan Ltd. lost Vi to Canadian Javelin was up 'A at Bids sought for mobile classrooms NATAL (HNS) Fernie school district trustees heard F. D. Basarab, construction and building manger for the school district, report that bids have been requeted on a "no obligation basis" for two relo- catable classrooms for the Sparwood Elementary School. The bids were requested on this basis in order to minimize delay in obtaining the rooms when approval for them has been obtained from Victoria. He also reported that con- struction started Aug. 31 on the six classroom addition to the Sparwood Secondary School. The addition is to be of pre- fabricated modules. Comple- tion of the project is estimated for Nov. 15 Principals of both Sparwood Elementary and Secondary Schools requested additional clerical and custodial staff to meet the requirement of the shift situation in Die elemen- tary school and the increase in enrolments. The board author- ized the employment of a clerk-typist for four hors per day (for the term) for the ele- mentary school, and for 100 hours for the secondary school. The board also authorized an increase in custodial staff at t h e Sparwood Elementary School by three hours per day and increase in the secondary school of 20-hours per week. Trustees don't have the an- swer to the question as to whether tiire is likely to be an operating school at Newgate again. Consequently, they can't un- load the former school, now empty and sought as a home- stead by local farmer Wes Vandervort. Secretary treasurer Ernie Chambers advised that the board can only sell the school if it can show it's not needed now or in the future as a school REQUIRE: SERVICE ADVISOR To fill o vacancy to expansion we need a young aggressive sales minded person with automotive ex- perience. We offer good salary, employee benefits and working conditions. Apply to: GUY PELOQUIN, Service Manager Cor. 6th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 327-5763 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhousc and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS 4.90 4.90 UOO 9.40 5.40 G.OO 31. m .85 4.95 1.5R 1.70 Almlnex Alta East Gas Asamera Ashland Oil B. P. Oil, Gas Cdn Southern Cdn Export Gas Cdn Home, Cdn Home Pfd Cdn Ind Gas Cdn Long island .58 Cdn Superior Central Del Rio U75 Charter Chlc'tan Dome Pete Dynamic Peffl Great Plains Great Cdn Oil Lnchtel Expl. Mill City New Cont. North Cdn Oil Numac Pan Ocean Permo Petrol Pinnacle Placfl Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Seibens Total PeJrol Ulster West Decalta Westcoast Pete MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aauafalne 36-25 Brinco 4.95 Can Brew A 26.75 Cdn Brew B Cdn Pac. Inv Crowsnest Cygnus A CygnuE B Genstar Home Oil A Home Oil B Hudson Bay Co 17.62% Invest Gr Fd Hudson Bay Oil 43.25 Invest Mut Hud Boy Oil Pfd 53.00 Mut Accum Hugh Russell 18.25 Mut Or Fd Nat Res 41, fO N.W. Finance N.W. Growth Prln Growth Royfund ll'.SO 1.90 Husky Oil Husky Oil B 5.60 Husky Oil War 3.65 Inter Prov Ptpa B.25 Inter Pro1.' Sieel 15.00 Kaiser I0.12W Lake Dufault MGF Manage. Pacific Pete SIck's Teledyne J.ou West Cdn seed 4.50 Whitepass 9.00 CALGARY Acroll -50 Barons Oil -OS Madison -12 North cont. .02 WeM Warner .32 PIPE LINE STOCKS Alta Gas Tr L A 47.75 Alts Gas Tr L M 75.GO Alta. Nat Gas 21.00 Inland Nat Gas 11.75 11.00 9.60 .40 1.27 10.3.1 11.19 5.10 5.5B 4.99 5.49 4.B7 5.36 6.51 7.11 4.22 4.64 5.24 5.46 3.90 4.24 5.23 5.46 Tern Growth 24.03 26.26 United Accum 4.61 5.07 Universal Sav 6.72 7.3? 30 37% VANCOUVER Mines 3.60 Anuk Mining A 50 Arctic Mining 9 00 Alta Explor Bathursl Norse 50 Brenda .05 Churchill Cop .12 Croyden Dankoe Dolly Vsrden Dynasty Giant Mascot Granlsle Lornex Lytton Minerals S'ss Trans Cdn Pipe A 63.75 Industrial! I'JK Trans Cdn Pipe W Block Bros 2.90 Weslcoast Trans 23.50 B.C. Sugar 17.25 IBM MUTUAL FUNDS B.C. Sugar Pfd. 16.50 All Cdn Com 7.94 9.68 Captain Inter 6.50 Al ICdn Dlv 8.92 9.75 Crestbrook For 3.60 All Cdn Ven 3.61 3.95 Grower's B 2.40 Amer Gr Fd 5.82 6.3? Key Industries 25 A.F.G. SU 2.76 Hys 3.70 Cdn Invest Fd 4.31 4.72 Interior Brew 4.40 Coll Mut 5.84 6.41 International Mar .77 Comnwth Inter 13.27 13.48 Okanogan Hel 5.62% 25.00 Comnwth Lev 3.17 3.4B Pacific West Air 11.25 5 25 Corp, Invest 5.10 5.57 Stampede Inl'l Res .60 5.75 Corp In Sk. Fd 4-68 5.12 Oils 1075 Dreyfus Fd 11.66 12.78 Albany Oils .2B 32B7VJ Gr Income 3.18 3.50 Plains Pete .20 32 25 Growth Equity 5.77 6.34 Western Explor .14'A 3400 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE .03 1.40 .21 a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme Advocate Asb, Akalfcho Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Belhlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassiar central Pat. Ctilmo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Craigmont Dickenson Mines Denson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines East Malarlic East Sullivan 8.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) Norlex Opemlska 1.75 Osisko .39 Patino Pine Point Placer Dev P.C. Exp 15.62V'j Rayrock 3.10 1.72 1B.25 1.60 1.00 7.15 1.26 .25 8.00 .21 14.25 23.25 24.00 .67 1.21 13.00 S.OO 12.00 .25 7.95 .75 20.00 .05 .50 57.00 .06 .70 Radii Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherritt Gordon Silver Miller .w Steep RocK 2.01 Tek Corp. 4.55 Texmont .40 Upper Canada Western Mines 2.56 Wright Hargreaves 1.11 Wiliroy .63 Windfall .07 Yellowknlfe Bear 4.55 Zen mac .05 Falconbrld Frobex First Maritimes Giant Y.K. Bovls Granduc Headway R.L. Hollinger INDUSTRIALS Abllibl Alcan p, Algoma Steel Dofasco CAB Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imasca Int Nickel int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indus! Accept Laurenlide Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Metro Stores Massey Fer0 S.B7'A McMillan Bloe 16.12V3 Moore Corp .25% Alto Ind .50 Atlan Sugar '-35 eel! Tel Brazil Trac I'" B.C. Tel Bui 43.15 17.25 Hudson Bay M-S 1B.75 35.37'A B.C. Forest Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Iso Joliet Quebec Kerr Addlson Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Lang Is Silver Madsen R.L. Malarlic G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyre Mela Mldrim Intern Mogul New West Horns New Athens New Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Northgate i.C. Sugai CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col cellulose Cal Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indus! Canada S S Cdn Marconi 07V> Cdn Vickers 50 Chrysler .09 CPR u Cominco Cons Bath Cons Gas Dist Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile 26.62W Dom Stores 5.40 Dome Pete .15 2.95 1.08 .20% 6.50 .21 34.50 2.35 .08 .64 7.25 7.75 .12 .16 1.65 Molsons Molsons B North, Cent Power Curp Price Co Rothmans 11.00 St Lew Corp 17.00 Shell CDA 17.75 Simpson's 4.00 Simp sears 6.12W Steel of Can 4.25 Selkirk A 2.90 Texaco 24.12'A Traders Gp A 1.00 Trans Mtn Pp Trnris Can Pp 1.1.00 Union Gas 38.00 Union Oil Versatile Mfg Westeel Car 2.60 .50 28.25 Weston's B 20.00 6.00 16.75 52.00 24.00 Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Zenith Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal 17.25 Nova Scotia 13.75 Royal 31.25 Tor-Dom 20.75 12.87% A9.00 4.95 81.M 13.00 24.75 13.50 2.20 21.10 35.25 27.00 26.75 6.65 36.50 18.12Vs 8.50 5.37V3 3.95 5.00 16.00 10.12% 20.25 33.S7V2 16.00 16.00 13.87% 4.65 13.75 19.00 34.25 18.50 24.25 22.50 15.00 31.50 12.50 20.50 33.B7V7 13.75 43.00 3.35 13.25 13.00 14.00 23.75 4.50 1.75 22.75 15.75 27.12% 26.12% 24.62% New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amer T and T 43.50 Sears 20 Golds 148.83 up 1.37 Anaconda Sid. Oil of N.J. 10 Base Met 73.46 off .87 Belh Steel 24.25 Texas Gulf 113.62Vi 15 West Oils 210.62 off 2.40 Chrysler 28.25 Texas Co. 31.50 volume Comsat 53.12V2 Wlxs Corp 48.25 Dupont 151.25 Woolworth YORK AVERAGES Gen Motors Westinghouse Elec 88.25 30 Indus! 852.22 off 3.43 Gulf 26.37V2 U.S. Steel 47.67'A 20 Rails 231.57 off .97 Int Harvester 25.12Vs 15 Unities 113.57 off .13 Kenn Copper B.HVi TORONTO AVERAGES 6! stocks 59iu of, M Mont Ward 30.62V2 20 Indust 161.35 off 1.63 Volume Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures close Wednesday. Nov 33.20B; Jan 33.00A; Mar 32.20B. Tuesday's volume: Eight con- tracts. Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Mari- time Potato futures close Wed- nesday. Nov 2.25A; Mar 2.25A; Apr 2.35A; May 2.70N. Tuesday's volume: no con- tracts. LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE Proudly present? THE RECORD BREAKING MUSICAL "Fiddler z Roof" Directed by DICK MELLS with a cast of sixty STARRING JACK WARBURTON JOAN WATERFIELD as TEVYE as GOLDE AT THE YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE MONDAY, NOV. 22 thru SATURDAY, DEC. 4 BOX OFFICE OPENS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20th YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TICKETS AND STUDENTS' NIGHT SUNDAY NOV. Phone 327-7055 Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Alcan Aluminium Ltd., 25 cents (U.S.) Dec. 2, record Nov. 4. C B n a rl i a n Homestead Oils Ltd., six per cent pfd. 15 cents Nov. 15, record Oct. 29. Goodyear Tive and Rubber Co. Ltd., common Dec. 21, record Nov. 30; four per cent pfd. 50 cents Jan. 31, record Jan. 10. George Wcston Ltd., common 21 cents Jan 1, record Dec. 7; per cent pfd. first series Dec. 1, record Nov. 15; six per cent pfd. second series Dec. 1, record Nov. 15. Peoples Credit Jewellers Ltd., common 15 cejits; class A 15 cents, both Nov. 15, record Oct. 29. Skclly Oil Co. Ltd., 25 cents (U.S.) Dec. 7, record Nov. 8. Is the Profile of Protection ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE Complete? You'll Find Out if You Visit Us iFORSTtR AGENCY 70i-3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-2793 Not perfect, but helpful start Income tax averaging plan good By I. II. ASPER It the capital gains lax is the most troublesome aspect of the new federal tax system, it is equally true that the new in- come averaging provisions will be among the most beneficial for many taxpayers. The concept of income av- eraging is necessary in any tax system which is based on steep- ly graduating tax rates. Up un- til now the Canadian system has had no income averaging provisions, except in very spe- cial circumstances. This pro- duces inequities. For example, the individual who has a steady income from employment will not feel some of the harshness of the progres- sive rate system as painfully as another, who over the same pe- riod, earns the same amount, but in a more fluctuating man- ner. Where taxpayer A has tax- able income of per year for five years, his basic annual tax (not including old age security tax, provincial tax, surtax and social develop- ment tax) will be about That totals about over the five years. Taxpayer B makes the same amount over the five year pe- riod but in varying amounts each year. If he makes per year for the first four years, and In the fifth year, his total tax for the pe- riod will be about It is difficult to rationalize the 500 difference in tax treatment. CARTEK COMMISSION The Carter Commission and White Paper on Tax Reform both recognized the inequity and acknowledged that with the imposition of a capital gains tax, it becomes essential that we instal an income aver- aging system to soften the harshness of the progressive tax rates for those whose in- come fluctuates widely over a period of time. Athletes, en- tertainers, musicians and oth- ers with volatile income have long felt this need. Thus the new Income Tax Act makes welcome provision for income averaging. There is a general averaging plan as well as a unique forward av- eraging system. The general plan works this way: where a taxpayer's in- come in any year exceeds by 20 per cent the average of the pre- ceding four years, he will be al- lowed to recalculate his income tax as though his income for the five year period had been roughly the same each year. That's an over-simplification, of course, because the formula is extremely complex, but that's the fundamental premise. There Is one further condi- tion that must exist before he is allowed to his in- come, in the year in which av- eraging is allowed, must be al least 10 per cent higher than it was in the preceding year. This stipulation is designed to deny the benefit of income av- eraging to those whose income rise is only part of a normal and gradually Increasing in- come pattern. Income averaging will not be available until the 1973 taxa- tion year, with 1972's income serving as the base year. The averaging plan will be particu- larly valuable for students who go through three or four years of extremely low income and suddenly, after graduation, while still paying off debts in- curred to finance their educa- tion, hit the high progressive tax rates. There are two defects in the averaging principle. The first is that it is far less generous than the Carter Commission recommended and considerably less beneficial than the recent- ly liberalized United States tax averaging plan. Depending on the circum- stances, in identical cases the tax savings under the Ameri- Livestock market report Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME TODAY Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m., today about 800 head; mostly mixed grades and classes of slaughter cattle. Trade was active with good lo- cal and eastern demand. Slaughter steers were heavy with holsteins selling 29.50 to 30.30 with the odd sale higher; heifers were steady; cows were mainly medium and earner kinds at steady prices; bulls were steady with sales to 25.50. Choice slaughter steers 31.25 to 32, good 30.25 to 31.25, me- dium 29 to 30. Choice heifers 29.75 to 30.50, good 28.75 to 29.75, medium 27.50 to 28.50. Good cows 22.25 to 23.25, medium 20.50 to 20.75, earners and cut- ters 17 to 20.25. Good bulls 23 to 25. Replacement cattle were mostly stock calves selling steady to strong. Replacement steers were mostly weighing between 800 and 950 pounds and sold at steady prices. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 31.50 to 34.50 with a few lighter kinds to 36.50. Good feeder heifers more than 600 Grain price review WINNIPEG (CP) Trad-: ing was moderate with prices slightly lower in the oilseeds and fractionally higher in feed grains at mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day. Exporters and commission houses were active in rapeseed and flax. Locals and exporters were buying oats and rye and barley was stronger on malster buying. However, Wednesday's ag- gressive trading had disappear- ed. Volume of trade Wednesday included bushels of flax, of rye and 000 of rapeseed. Mid-session prices Flax: Oct. unchanged Nov. unchanged 2.50B, Dec. lower May unchanged Rapeseed Vancouver: Nov. Hi lower 2.78-li, Jan. 114 lower June 1% lower Hog sale EDMONTON (CP) Prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Al- berta Hog Producers Market- ing Board today: Edmonton: 23.20. Average Wednesday, 23.62. Red Deer: 23.20. Average Wednesday, 23.63. Calgary: 23.05. Average Wednesday. 23.51. Lethbridge: No sales. Av- erage Wednesday, 23.75. Grande Prairie; No sales. Average Wednesday, 23.18. Total hog sales Wednesday average 23.60. Sows aver- age 13.00. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 1 lower 2.62A, Dec. Hi lower May 1% lower July lower 2.69A. Oats: Oct. Vs higher Dec. unchanged May higher July 14 lower Barley: Oct. 14 higher 1.0514A, Dec. 14 higher May 1 higher 1.0914A, July not open. Rye: Oct. unchanged 2.7814B, March 1% lower Dec. unchanged 1.0134B, May Vt lower 1.0714B, July not open. High Low Close Flax Oct 249% 249% 249% Nov 250 249% 249% Dec 245% 245Va 245'S May 25214 25114 Zolli Rapeseed Vancouver Nov 282 278 27914 Jan. 282 278 280 Mar 278 27314 2.76 Jun 2.721i Rapeseed Thunder Bj Oct 26314 SSWi Dec 261% 259 May 27014 Jly 268 Oats Oct 651-4 Dec 65% May 6914 Jly Barley Oct 10514 Dec 10514 May 109% Jly Rye Oct 10314 Dec 104 May 109W Jiy 267% 268 6514 65% 10514 108% 100% 101% 10714 >y 2G3V4 269% 268 65% 65% 6914 68% 10514 10514 108% 107 10314 103 10914 102 roceesina an a 1 003 4lh Avenue S., Lethbridge Telephone 328-4426 JiJ SMART EXECUTIVES Lease Their Business and Personal Cars BECAUSE Leasing can be less expensive than buying leasing is time saving and convenient Leasing simplifies your tax records No cash investment required For tho facts on leailng contact BORIS KORESHENKOV, Uasing and Iniuranu ftep. BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. 2nd AVE, and 8th STREET S. PHONE 3J7-3147 pounds 29 to 31.60. Good feeder cows 21 to 24.50. Good stock steer calves 40 to 47, with light- weights to 40.25, Good stock heifer calves 32 to 37.25 with sales to 37.75. Hogs base price 23.05. Lambs were steady Wednes- day with good kinds to 21.50. Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Kaiser Resources Ltd., nine months ended Aug. 31: 1971, loss; 1970, loss. Brooke Bond Foods Ltd., year ended June 30: 1971, 1970, Canadian Homestead Oils Ltd., three months ended Aug. 31: 1971, 1.5 cents a share; 1970, 2.4 cents. can system amount lo several times the savings possible un- der the new Canadian plan. However, this defect can bo cured over the years as the revenue loss to the government can be absorbed. The second defect is far more serious. The plan only permits averaging where one's income is on the rise. Thus, a person who makes a substantial profit in 1972 and is taxed at the 62 per cent level, and thereafter reverts to a modest and declin- ing annual income will be penalized because he will not be allowed to average his income to offset the tax charged on the non-recurring large profit made in the first year. He will pay considerably more tax than another taxpay- er who has had identical total income over the five year pe- riod. It is obvious that income averaging is even more impor- tant to the individual with de- clining income than for one whose income is escalating. This follows because his declin- ing income is often caused by age, retirement, illness, loss of job or accident. It is at these times in one's economic career when a tax break is more valu- able. Perhaps in future amend- ments this inequity will be cured, as it should, Canadians can at least take comfort from the fact that the system now recognizes the principle of in- come averaging and hope we can make improvements in time. The defects of the general av- eraging provisions are some- what softened by -he introduc- tion of an excellent forward av- eraging plan whereby the tax on special lump sum profits can be deferred and averaged out over future years. This fea- ture will be discussed in a tu- lure commentary. (Mr. Aspcr is a Winnipeg lawyer) By Gene Fawcelle THOSE MAGNETIC-REPULSION TRAINS WEVE BEEN HEARING ABOUT MAYBE FLWS ABOVE THE RAILS SOONER THAN EX- PECTED. CONDUCTMS MASNETMADE OF WXJND NIOBIUM-TIN TAPE AND ATTRACTS A ONE-FOUND BLOCK OF IRON WITH lOOO ti Si. W.. Monrr.nl t Appointment MR. JAKE JANZEN Mr. Oliver A. Nerland, Gen- eral Manager of Genera! Farm Supplies takes pleasure in an- nouncing the appointment ef Mr. Jake Janzen at Allis- Chalmers sales representative for the Lethbridge area. Mr. Janzen is a 23-year resident of the Coaldale dis- trict, and has been associated with General Farm Supplies since 1966. He is fully quali- fied to assist you in the pur- chase of your farm equipment needs, and would welcome your enquiries. Jake may be contacted by phone: Days-327-3165, Even- ings-345-3678. CARDSTON AND DISTRICT LIVESTOCK AUCTION LTD. FALL SCHEDULE FEEDER AND MIXED CATTLE SALES WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27th AND EVERY WEDNESDAY IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER _____________SALE TIMS 1 P.M.____________ CALF SALES LISTED TO DATE 1100 HEAD GOOD RANCH CALVES Cook Ranch-180 head Jack lowc-175 head Ken Woolford-100 head Lynn Sommedfeldl-100 head aro some of (he larger listings October 23 and 30 Sat., Nov. 6 Special Charaloti and crots which will be told first SAIE TIME 1 P.M._______________________ STOCK COWS AND BRED HEIFERS WEDNESDAYS, NOVEMBER 3rd and 10th _________________SAIE TIME 1 P.M._________________ For Information and listings contact TOM WILSON Phone Yards 653-4342 Cardston, Alberta Auctioneer! JIM CROWE TOM WILSON Phono 653-2491 ;