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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCnalg) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quoles) WESTERN OIUS Hudion Bay Oil- Mutual Ac Lit Almlntx 5.05 Hud Bay Oil Pfd S2.M Mutual Gr F i.W J.1J Alia East (Sat i.OO Hugh Riniell Nnat Rci 7.01 AurtKra 15.00 Husky Oil N W Fin t.K l.a Ashland Oil 9.00 Husky Oil D 41. SO N W Gr 5.7S B. P. Oil, Gas Husky oil War 4.30 Principal Gr 3.88 i.lt Cdn Southern 5.6S Inter Prov Plpo 11.50 Roytund 5.JI Cdn Export 3.70 Inter Prov Steel 6.B7'A Temp Gr 24.06 2fi.3C Cdn Home WB Kaiser Res. t.K AC S.50 Cdn Home Pfd u.oo Lake Dufault n.sc Universal Sav tM 7.33 Cdn Ind Gas MGF 1.10 VANCOUVER Cdn Lonq Island Pacific Pete 31.ro MINES Cdn Superior 38.00 Slck's Anuk 21 Central Del Rio 15.00 Tclcdync 3.WI Mlnlno 07 Charter 5.40 West Cdn Seed 4.50 Chlellan t.OO whtlepass 8.75 .SJsT '59 Dome Pete JI.W'A CALGARY Brenda 180 Dynamic Pete Acroll Churchill Copper .40 Great Plains 31.35 Barons Oil .OS croyden .14V7 Great Cdn Oil 4.R5 Madison .12 Dankoe .62 Lochlel Expl. 1.3A North Cont. .02 Dolly Varden .74 Mill City 1.70 West Warner .31 Dvnastv 500 New Conl. .54 PIPELINE STOCKS FJr, 13S North Cdn 01! 5.80 Alta Gas Tr L A 48.25 slant Mascot 4 !0 Humac 11.00 Alta Gas Tr L Pfd 76.12V, eranljle iw Pan Ocean 10.00 Alta Nat Gas 21.00 Kamloops Copper .06 Permo .40 Inland Nat Gas 12.00 Lornex 6.25 Pelrol 1.26 N and c Gas 13.75 Lyllon Minerals 1.00 Pinnacle .47 N and C B Pfd 27.25 Primer .11 Place Gas 1.02 Pacific Gas Tr pyramld .35 Ponder .47 Gai Metro 5.37rt silver standard 1.15 Ranger 11.25 Gaz Metro Pfd A 65.00 jexmont .39 Scurry Rain. 14.75 Tr Cdn P 34.00 jrolan 24 Spooner 1.15 Tr Cdn P Pfd A valley Copper 7.75 Totarpelrol i.5! Tr Cdn P War 9.'lO WC s Ulster 1 5! WC Trans 74.00 INDUSTRIALS West Decalla 7J5 MUTUAL FUNDS Block Bros J.OO Weslcoast Pete 10.00 All Cdn Com 7.95 8.69 B.C. Sugar 17.25 uicrrn lucnuc Al Cdn Dlvld 8.94 9.77 B.C. Sugar Pfd 16.12Vi flSnusTBlls cd" Vtnt INDUSTRIES Amr G p jjj tm F lnd 3.70 Atluatatne 36.00 AGF Special Growers B 2.40 Brlnco 4.90 Cdn In Fund 4.29 4.70 Key Indust .25 Cdn Brew A 28.62'A Col Mutual 5.8! (.39 Hys 2.70 Cdn Brew B 34.00 Cmnw Inter 12.18 13.38 Interior Brew 4.00 Cdn Pac. Inv Pr 22.00 Cmnw Lev 3.15 3.46 Inter Mariner .75 Crowsnest Ind. 24.75 Corp Invest 5.07 5.54 okanngan Hellcop Cytjnus A 5.25 Corp In St F 4.69 5.12 Pacific W Air 11.50 Cyonus B 5.75 Dreyfus F U.S. 11.65 12.77 Stampede Intl Res .60 Genstar 10.62'A Gr In Shares 3.16 3.48 OILS Home Oil A Gr Equity 5.73 6.29 Albany Oils .27 Home Oil B 32.37V1 Invest G F 10.20 11.15 Plains Pete .21 Hudson Bay Co 18.00 Invest Mulual 5.07 5.55 Western Explor .13 Toronto mines., industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quotes) MINES Opetnlska 8.05 Dofasco Acme .23 Oslsko .31 CAB 13.75 Advocate Asb. 1.75 Patlno 13.25 Fd of Amer 6900 Akaitcho ,3B Pine Point 52.00 Gt Cdn Oil 4.BO Bralorne 1.51 Placer Dev. lp.00 Gen Motors 81.00 Broulan .21 P.C. Exp. Gt Lakes Pap 12.6J14 Bethlehem 15.50 Quebec Man .10 Gulf Oil Cda 24.75 Brunswick 3.10 Ravrock 1.52 Greyhound 13 50 Canada Tung. U5 Radlore .20 Hawker Sid 2.15 Casslar 18.25 Rto Algom 13.00 Huron, Erie 22.50 Central Pat. 1.-15 Roman Corp. 5.00 Hiram Walk Chlmo 1-00 Sherrltt Gordon 12.55 Imperial Oil 29-25 Conwest 7.15 Silver Miller MVt Imasca lfl.25 Cons. Rambler Steep Rock 2.0S Int Nickel 57.50 Coin Lake .Mtfi Tek Corp. -4.60 Int- Pipe 27.00 Cochenour .25 Texmont .39 Inv Gp A Cralgmonf 4.75 Upper Canada I.JO Int Utilities "6.75 Dlckensoi Mines .76 Western Mines 2.54 Indust Accept Denlson Mines Wrtqht Hargreaves 1.15 Laurentlde 8.25 D'Eldona .Jfl Wlllroy .68 Kelly Doug A Dome Mines 57.00 Windfall .07 Loeb 3.70 Donalda .OS Yellowknifc Bear 4.60 Loblaw A 5.00 Discovery Mines .70 Zenmac .OS'A Metro Stores 15.00 East Maiartic .90 INDUSTRIALS Massey Ferq East Sullivan 3.60 Abltlbl 5.87% McMillan B'loe 20.62W Falconbridge 73 25 Alcan 16.50 Moore Corp W.12V4 Frobex ,25'A Algoma Steel 11.35 Molsons A 15.75 First Maritimes .51 Atco ind 7.00 Molsons B 16.00 Giant Y K 7.30 Allan Sugar 6.12'A North, Cent Bovis 1.55 Bell Tel 44.00 Power Corp 4.65 Granduc d.55 Brazil Trac Price Co Headway R.L. 6.50 B.C. Tel 5B.75 Rothmans Holllnger 35.25 Burns 11.00 St Law Corp 1P.OO Hudson Bay M-S 18.75 B.C. Forest 16.50 Shell CDA 34.50 Hydra Ex. .15 B.C. Sugar 17.35 Simpson's 18.75 ron Bay 2.95 CAE Ind 3.95 Simp Sears 24.75 Iso !.C8 Cdn Brew 6.1 2Vi Steel of Can 23.12VJ Jollet Quebec 'tl Chemcell 4.10 Selkirk A chain seeks stock split .EDMONTON (CP) _ The board of directors of Southam Press Ltd. has decided to ask for shareholder approval to split the company's common stock on a four-for-one basis. A proposed bylaw on the stock split, approved by directors at a hoard meeting hero, will be submitted to shareholders at a special meeting. The date for the meeting has not been set. The Southam board also approved a lourth-quarter dividend of 36 which increased Uie regular quarterly dividend by six cents and declared a special dividend of 24 cents, botli payable Dec. 28 to shareholders of record Dec. 14. The fourth-quarter and special dividends bring the 1971 dividend total to bn praised b Canada, as a cattle raising country, has gained more respect and envy with the visit of several members of the Japan Charolais Association who all acclaimed the excellent cattle breeding conditions. In North America to attend the United States Charolais Association annual convention in Kansas City, the group is now in the middle of an Alberta tour sponsored by Alberta Marketing Commissioner Harry Har-grave to view systems and techniques in Canada. Kanichi Also, president of the Also Charolias Ranch Co. in Japan, through an interpreter, said most members of the party have commented on the large size of the cattle raising areas of the parts of Canada they have in y Japanes "It is an idea] country for raising and breeding he said. "Canadian cattle breeders are very keen and Canada as a beef raising country has a lot of >e group He said the operations here do not appear to ;fer greatly from cattle operations in Japan althoush he has not seen enough of the cattle industry hero to ascertain any differences in the size of the cattle ranches. He said many aspects of the charolais system in Japan differ from those in Canada many things in Canada differ from things in the U.S. He said Canada seems far more sensitive and dedicated toward the cattle industry than the U.S.. indicated by the warm reception received by the group from Canadian charolais breeders. He said methods of raising and breeding cattle differ in Japan because land conditions regulate the type of operation necessary. He said he didn't think he could gather any- additional help from Canada on how to raise his cattle because "what is good for Canada is not necessarily good for Japan." Mrs. Oji Soda, daughter d Genyhou Soda one of Japan's largest charolais ranchers, said her husband manages 400 head of pure-bred charolais cattJe for her father. The have exported charolais to Korea, the Philipines, Fonnosa, mainland China and the U.S. but have not as yet exported to Canada. She said they are hopeful at exporting to Canada in the near Mure. JTrtHIH West oil post bro TORONTO (CP) Westt oil issues posted broad advan as prices on the Toronto stc market moved higher in si mid-morning trading today. The industrial index was .66 to 162.55 and western c 1.03 to 211.67. Golds were changed at 149.26 and base m als dropped .85 to 72.52. Volume by 11 a.m. was 331, shares, down from at same time Thursday. Advances held a two-to-c margin over declines, 103 to with 148 issues unchanged. Strongest sectors were baj ing, chemicals, communi tions, merchandising and ste Fourteen of the industrial dex's 17 sub-groups mov higher. Industrial mining, real esti and general manufacturing sues edged fractionally lower. Guaranty Trust was up Canadian Tire A Bethlehem Vt to Federal Grain Vt to a Stelco to CP Ltd. rose to Co inco to Husky Oil Va ?15y4, Bank of Montreal and Canadian Homeste 15 cents to Western Realty dropped Lake Dufault Vi to Western Decalta five cents Tara Vt to a Brenda 10 cents to PRICES UP MONTREAL (CP) Pric pulled out of a week-long eline and posted gains in sectors in light trading on t Montreal stock market today. Industrials were up .55 168.41, utilities 1.22 to 144. banks .40 to 203.70, the comp< ite .68 to 167.98 and papers to 66.28. Combined volume on 1 Montreal and Canadian rn ck ow up rilS m-et-XX) lie ne 53, in-ed te is-to to nd nv to to ad to to nd le-all he to W, )S-19 he id gains exchanges was shares compared with shares at the same time Thursday. Highlighting gains on the Montreal Stock Exchange, Can-ron was up to Interpro-vincial Pipe Line 'A to and Metropolitan Stores to Aquitaine was off to and Placer to after news that the Japanese Nippon firm to which the company sends its copper concentrates is cutting back processing to meet new pollution control requirements. MODEST ADVANCE NEW YORK (AP) Airline and glamor shares paced a modest advance on the stock market today. Trade was moderately active The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 3.79 pouits at 858.64. Advances led declines on the New York Stock Exchange by more than 2 to 1 Alcan rose to and Canadian Pacific Vn to Walk-er-Gooderham was off Vi at On the American Stock Exchange, Brascan Ltd. rose Vt to ?17% and Jupiter Corp. to Off were Canadian Javelin at and Preston at report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock market to n a.m., about head; practically all replacement cattle and stock calves. Trade was strong and active. Slaughter cattle were mostly steers, cows and bulls selling steady with Thursday's closing prices. Choice slaughter steers 31.25 to 32, good 30.25 to 31.25, medium 29 to 30. Good cows 22.25 to 23.25, medium 20.50 to 21.75, canners and cutters 17 to 20.25. Good bulls 23 to 25. Replacement cattle were mostly yearling steers meeting a keen demand at strong prices. Stock calves were also in good demand at fully steady to strong prices. Good feeder steers less than 750 pounds 34.50 to 38.10, more than 750 pounds 32 to 37. Good feeder heifers more than 600 pounds 29 to 33. Good feeder cows 21 to 24.50. Good stock steer calves 40 to 48, depending on weight. Good stock heifer calves 32 to 37.50, depending on weight. Hogs base price 23.05. Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME pri Winnipeg Groin WINNIPEG (CP) All commodities posted advances in a heavy trading volume at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Rapeseed had strong exporter and domestic shipper review pushing prices up as much as three cents. Oats and barley posted slight gains on good offers and flax prices advanced more than seven cents more than previous close levels. Volume of trade Thursday was bushels of flax, of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: Oct. 7Vi higher 2.57B; Nov. 7Vt higher 2.57B; Dec. higher 2.53A; May 7% higher 2.59A. Rapeseed Vancouver: Nov. IVi higher 2.81A; Jan. higher March higher 2.76VBA; June 1 higher 2.73V4B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 3 higher 2.66V4 Dec. 2% higher Z.es'AA; May 2% higher July unchanged 2.68B. Oats: Oct. Va higher 65% A; Dec. Vt higher 66A; May 1% higher 70KA; July not open. Barley: Oct. 1% higher 1.07B; Dec. 1% higher 1.07A; May 2% higher 1.11V4; July 1 higher 1.08B. Rye: Oct. higher l.GTOB; Dec. 1% higher May 2Va higher July 9 higher 1.1IB. High Low Close Flax Oct 260 251 260 Nov 258% 251 256% Dec 253% 250 25014 May 259y4 256 257% Rapeseed Vancouver Nov 282% 276% 278 Jan 283% 277 278% Mar 279% 273% 275% Jun 280 270 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 26614 261% 262 Dec 263% 258% 259% May 274% 267% 268 July 263 Oats Oct 65% 65% 65% Dec 66 65% 66 May 70% 69% 70 July _ 68% Barley Oct 107% 106 endorse pact EDMONTON (CP) The 674 teachers in the Elk Island school district Thursday approved an amended memorandum of agreement presented to them by the five school boards in the region. Board ratification is necessary before a collective agreement can be signed. A memorandum of agreement was accepted by the teachers two weeks ago, but the boards rejected it over the question of yearly increases. The yearly increment is the automatic raise a teacher gets for each year of service with the board. An increment scale satisfactory to the boards and teachers was incuded in the most recent memorandum of agreement. Details of the proposed agreement have not been announced, but it does contain a consultation clause, which teachers have been demanding. The consultation clause requires boards to advise teachers of proposed changes in policy regarding working conditions and permits teachers to comment on the proposed changes. But the final decision is left to the board. The elk Island region includes the counties of Lament, Leduc, Minburn and Vermilion river and the Provost school deal seen MONTREAL (CP) A Canadian government official described today as "purely speculative" published reports saying that Canada and the Soviet Union are on the verge of signing a record wheat deal and are negotiating sales of several manufactured items. The official, accompanying Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin on his eight-day tour of five Canadian cities, said it is not likely any further agreements would be signed during the trip besides the one signed Wednesday in Ottawa. That agreement was for the expansion of Canadian-Russian exchanges in scientific, technical, educational, cultural and other such fields. On the point of increasing sales of manufactured items, the official said, "this is what we have been trying to do under the industrial exchanges agreement signed earlier this year." He also conceded that Canada is hoping to sell more wheat over and above the 130 million bushels agreed to this year. That sales contract is worth about million. The published reports saM a wheat sale agreement had been reached but details had not been made final. It also mentioned that the Russians were interested i n prefabricated houses for the prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and poultry report issued Friday by the Fedenl Agriculture department: Eggs To producers A large 37; A medium 32; A small 15; B 15; C 6; cracks 6. To retailers A large A medium 44; A small 27 to 30; B 31 to 33; C 22 to 23; cracks 22 to 23. (Two cents extra in To consumers (In A large 55 to 56; A medium 51; A small 33 to 38. steel earnings dip OAKLAND Calif Beef futures WINNIPEG beef futures close Thursday. Nov 33.90A; Jan 33.00; Mar 32.25B. Wednesday's volume: Six Steel Corp. reported third-quarter net income of equal to two cents a share, on sales of For the same period last year, earnings were equal to 29 cents a share with sales of Domestic operations showed a loss of but the company was edged into the profit column by in earnings from Hamersley Holdings Ltd., its Australian iron ore affiliate, and by from Kaiser Resources Ltd., Canadian coal mining subsidiary. President Jack J. Carlson blamed "an extremely low level of domestic steel shipments" for the loss in the phase, but said he was encouraged by the fact that the Canadian company earned a profit for the first Anacoti .22 Power 34.25 Traders Gp A 12.50 Labrador 34.00 Coron Credit 1.00 Trana Mtn Pp 21.00 Lake Shore 2.25 C.W.N. Gas 11.00 Trans Can Pp 34.00 Lanqls Silver .08 Cdn Indust 13.00 Union Gas Madsen R.L. .65 Canada S S 3OQ Union Oil 44.00 Maiartic G.F. .60 Cdn Marconi 2.60 Versatile Mfg 3.35 Martin McNeely .07 Cdn Vlckers 9.00 Westeel 13.37'A Maclntyre 69.00 Chrysler 29.00 Union Car 13.63'A Meta .09 CPR 12.63'A Weston's B 14.00 Mldrim .14 Comlnco 20.1 Woodward's A 23.00 ntern Mogul 7.25 Cons Bath 6.00 West Cdn Sd 4.50 New West Home 7.75 Cons Gas 19.00 Zenith Else 1.75 New Athona .12 DIst Sea 52.35 BANKS New Calumet Dom Bridge 22.00 Can Imperial 23.50 W. Horse Copper 1.70 Domtar 10.00 Montreal 15.87'A Noranda 26.50 Dom Textile 17.25 Nova Scotia 27.12Va Northgate 6.10 Dom Stores 13.75 Royal 25.75 Norlex .26 Dome Pete 31.87'A Tor-Dom New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and T Sears 91.25 20 Golds W.fiS up .39 Anaconda 13.50 Sid Oil of NJ. 71.12'A 10 Base Mel 72.53 off .6J Befh Sfeel Texas Gulf 113.75 15 W Oils 211.44 up Chrysler 2a.H7Vi Texas Co 31.50 Valume Comsat 55.25 Wlckes Corp <9.37ViNEW YORK AVERAGES Dupont 153.37'A Woolwortn 4B.37Vi 30 Indust 856.89 up 2.04 GM 8D.50 Westlnghouse Elec B9.00 20 Rails 235.00 up Gnt" Harvester H'25 U'S' W'" Kenn Copper M.IZ'A TORONTO AVERAGES Slocks 298.84 up .08 Montgomery Ward 70 Indust 142.52 up .63 Volume To No. 1 Chicken Broilers, 22. Fowl Under 4, 4. Under 12, 24; 12 to 18, 25; over 18, Live No. 2 Chicken-Broilers, 19. Turkey Under 12, 21; 12 to 18, 22; over 18, Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) Maritime potato futures close Thursday. Nov 2.25; Mar 2.25A; Apr 2.35A; May 2.70N. Wednesday's volume: No earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Federal Grain Ltd., year ended July 31: 1971, a share; 1970, tt cents. The Readers Digest Association (Canada) Ltd., three months ended Sept. 30: 1071, 32.2 cents a share; 1970, 28.4 cents. By Gene earns good, safe interest in a Lombard North Central Deposit Account A Bank Deposit Account with Lombard On October 1 1 971, North Central provides a good rate of in London by interest, with complete safety for your special Act of Parlia-capital- leading to financial peace of mind, menulio business of certain companies Deposits at 6 months' notice of in the Lombard withdrawal can earn 6% Banking and North interest pcrannum, but Central Finance fgjtjm you can withdraw up Groups (all wholly todOOondemand ownod subsidiaries Year. Interest is paid was transferrcd to half-yearly without Lombard Banking deduction of U.K. tax. Limited, which as TIME DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS: an enlarged and Deposits of and over con earn higher rates of interest for jts nnmo 10 fods.Datnlls Lombard North to on request. Central Limited. No .CCOtintls notion is required 'Manager for customtrs wtiow nd a copy of rights ore prcscivod lunt Booklet complotely protected. mbard th Central LIMITED irrf Houso, Curron SlrCnl. London W1 A 1 EU. '49941 11 C ly Ollicft 31 Lombard St.. London EC3, Lombard NorthCentral Limitndlsa mom liar of the National Wosimlnsttf Bank Group whoso Capital and Reserves oxcood claim ra by Bar Assoc OTTAWA (CP) Taxpayers should have a right to go to court and claim relief from taxes which are clearly unjust, the Canadian Bar Association told a Senate committee today. The association, in a brief to the Senate banking and commerce committee, said Finance Minister E. J. Benson's new tax aws continue discretionary powers that are contained in existing law but, because of recent court judgments, such powers are no longer needed. The association's committee on tax legislation referred particularly to the application of corporate profits taxes to practices by which the profits of a company can be paid out in a non-taxable way. The revenue department was given special powers several years ago to stop such practices, sometimes called "dividend stripping." Harold Buchwald, Winnipeg tax lawyer, said the new tax law is mainly an enforcement statute, designed to protect the federal treasury's interest in collccing tnx mrmcy. The association's brief said the hill now being passed by the Commons gives the tax collector 'a broarj discretion in cases where the equities clearly backed iation body tate tax should be imposed even if such a tax is inconsistent with the technical words of the act." the brief added, "in fairness, this should be broadened so that the taxpayer has a similar right if he can convince the courts that to levy a tax would be a manifest inequity." Lazarus Phillips, a Montreal tax lawyer and retired senator who has been hired as a special adviser to the committee, said that to eliminate the clause giving the government discretionary powers to stop dividend stripping might be interpreted as condoning tax voidance. Mr. Buchwald said the bar association firmly believes that such discretionary power is no longer needed. The Supreme Court of Canada has found that discretionary power is not needed because of other sections in current tax sale EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. today provided by the Alberta Hog Producers marketing board Friday. Edmonton: 22.95. Average Thursday, 23.22. Red Deer: No sale. Average Thursday, 23.30. Calgary: 23.05. Average Thursday, 23.22. Lethbridge: No sale. Average Thursday, 23.34. Lloydminster: No sale. Average Thursday, 22.70. Grande Prairie: No sale. Average Thursday, 22.82 Hogs sales 241 with sold Thursday for average 23.20. Sows W ORDINARY 15-WATT FLUORESCENT LAMP IS REPORTED TO BE AM EFFECTIVE TREATMENT R3R RECURRENT COLD SORES. ACCORDING TO DR.T.D. FELBER OF THE BAYLOR SCHOOL OFMEDI-CINE, A DYE IS PAINTED ON THE OPENED SORE AND EXPOSED TO aUORESCENTLISHTFDRIS MINUTES AT6INCMES... ABSORBED Bf THE SPECIAL WE BREAKS-DOWN AND INACTIVATES VIRUS' GEtiETfC 3019 TochlolnoddrtnlowiJUforf.irhW information, if nd ilampiri it If-addrtiitif, IB NEW! Canada 24S St. Jomli Si. W., 1 34, Oil earnings jump TORONTO (CP) Imperial Oil Ltd. reported Thursday its earnings for the first nine months of year totalled million, a jump from million dduring the same period of 1970. On a per-share basis, net earnings were 78 cents for the first three quarters of this year and 54 cents for the first three quarters of 1970. A statement from the company said the 1971 results "reflect many factors including greater export sales of crude oil and increased petroleum product sales, major operating efficiencies, price improvements and improved performance in the area of chemicals and building product By THE CANADIAN PRESS Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., 25 cents Jan. 3, 1972, record Dec. 13. Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada, Jan. 1, 1972, record Dec. 9. Peoples Credit Jewellers Ltd., 15 cents (increase of five cents) Nov. 15, record Oct. 29. Southat Press Ltd., 36 cen's (increase of six cents plus extra of 24 cents) Dec. 28, record Dec. SIX POLICEMEN BANGKOK (AP) Terrorists killed six policemen in an am-killed six policemen in an ambush on a jungle road in southern Thailnd Thursday, police headquarters reported. The policemen were returning by jeep from investigating a BUSINESS SPACE {ffnffl B BB u 1 KLIl 1 in SPARWOOD, B.C. IN THE NEW Crowsnest Clarion Bldg. Phone 425-7787 or Writo Box 66, Sparwood, SECURITIES ARE OFFERED BY PROSPECTUS ONLY IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA LAKESIDE CATTLE FUND (A Limited Partnerihlp under the Laws of the Province of Alberta) Subscriptions In Limited Partnership (Cattle Feeding Program) Units at each, (minimum subscription These Units Offered are Speculative Securities FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR BROKER OR, LAKESIDE CATTLE CO., BOX 800, BROOKS, ALBERTA PHONE RATE SLOWS MOSCOW (AP) Trie growth rate of the Soviet economy for the first nine months of the year was eight per cent, down from lt.3 per cent for the same period in 1970, the central statistical board reported OPPORTUNITY to ensure your future opcroting franchisee! ice cream outlet. Calgary based firm now expanding and offering a franchise in Lethbridge. Substantial cash required but outstanding return on investment is possible. Only one franchise outlet li currently planned In the lelhbridge area, thus protecting this business nvestment. Record of activity in present franchises Is available for serious principals. For additional information, contact: BRITANNIA AGENCIES (1963) LTD., 81 7A 49th Avenue S.W., CALGARY 6, Alberta. ATTENTION; Mr. R. B. Baker Britannia MLS ;