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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuriday, SepirmStr 30, 197! THE IETHBRIDGI HERMD _ 25 Oil stocks push market higher TORONTO (CP) A strong ndvance by western oil issues pushed prices on the Toronlo stock market fractionally higher, inteirupting nine con- secutive losing sessions, in mod- erate mid-morning trading today. Vhe western oil index climbed 3.45 to 232.46, industrials .64 to 163.85 and base metals .13 lo 80.31. Golds dropped .34 to 173.08. Volume by II a.m. was shares, up from at the same time Wednesday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 134 lo on, with 159 issues unchanged. Beverages, merchandising, oil refining and pipeline issues were among the m a r k e t 's strongest sectors. Canadian Tire A was up Hi to S33, Bow Valley lo Ws, Numac '.'t to Pacific Pete to Home A to S34 and Inco Vi to jaili. Imperial Oil rose V, to Asamera to Consum- ers' Gas la to Bothmans K lo and Aquitaine to Falconbridge lost lk to Bethlehem 'A to Ranger Vt to i and Hudson Bay Mining lo MONTREAL (CP) Prices leaped forward in light morning trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Wednesday. On index, industrials ad- vanced 1.06 lo 176.17, Ihe com- posite 1.38 to 174.50, papers .46 to 72.81 and utilities .45 to 148.19. Banks slipped .22 lo 207.89. On Ihe Montreal Stock Ex- change, Imperial Oil rose to Pacific Petroleums to Aquitane lo Brascan to SI8V4, Husky Oil to and Dominion Bridge to Among declines, Falconbridge dropped 53 to Imasco 14 to Quebec-Telephone to fI3, Bombardier lo and IT Ltd. to On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, Belgium Standard slipped Vt lo and UHL) Ltd. to By Gene Fawcetle A WUOR SOURCE OFSTREET NOISE HAS BEEN CUTIN HALF WITH A NEWtJUIEI'CONCRETE BREAKER OR JACKrtAWrtER. COMPRESSED AIR, USED TO DRIVE SUCH TOOLS, HAS BEEN REPLACED BY HYDRAULICS AND AW BE GOWN ECTED TO ANYTRACTOR ORTRUCK WITH AN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM... fotr Tome offfuron mm A Ntw CUSHIONING Acnott 1MTMINIMIZES f JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices held to a modest lead In mirisession trading today. Volume was moderate. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was up 3.95 at 887.78. Advances outnumbered de- clines on the New York Stock Exchange by 2 to 1. Analysts said the market was having a bout ol bargain-hunt- ing after its recent slide. Among C a n a d i a n s on the NYSE, Dome Mines lost to and Granby Mining was off to Walker Gooder- ham gained 'A to On the Amex, Brascan Lid. was up Vz lo 518% and Scurry Rainbow Oil rose Vt to S177. RETIRES George Pcs- cud has rclired after 18 years as general manager of CP Telecommunications. Since starting as a messenger boy at age 14 he has seen Telex and Broadband change tke lace of telecommunications in Canada. Housing loan for Redcliff OTTAWA (CP) Approval of loans under the assisted home ownership program for housing units in Alberta was announced today by Urban Af- fairs Minister Robert Andras. They are: Bonnyville, three units; Redcliff, three units; Gibbons, one unit; Welaskiwin, four units; Rocky Mountain House, two units; Camrose, three units; Lacombe, four units; Drumheller, 27 units; Leduc, two unils; Tofield, one uml. REVISE DEATH TOLL EINDHOVEN, Tlie Nether- lands (AP) Police have put the casually toll in the fire thai a five-storey holel here at 11 dead and 12 injured. They said the cause of the Maze was a mystery. An earlier re- port said 12 persons died in the blaze Tuesday. J. A. (ART) BRISSETTE Mr. Bren) logon, Gonorol Solaj Manoger, Bony Chevrolet Olds- mobile is pleased lo announce 1hal Arl Brisscltc hos joined their solos staff. Art has spent the past 6 ycors in Ilio sales field of Gennrnl Motors pro- ducts four ol Ihem tie achieved the Masfer Salesmon Award. He is a native of Southern Alberta and is well known to many in the soulli and eastern areas. Art is a married man with 2 children. He welcomes his many friends and acquaintances TO litni at Dfny's for llioir every motorinq need Ho will be most pleated lo assist them. THINGS to make Things EASIER Aerators Belt Reducer Bicycle1! Boll Cutlers Camping Staves, ale. Cor PuMon Reamtri, Cement Mixers, Trowelt, etc Chain Coffee Urni Coti Crnne-Hoisl Cribt Dishei Glostes Goblets Punch Bowls Silverware Demolition Hammer Drills Gun Exerciser Bikei High Chnir ICQ Cream Maker Jacks Knee Kicker Ladders Lown Mower lawn Roller) Lino Roller Paint Sprayer Plumber- Snakes, clc. Post Hole Digger! Pumps Power Rake Role-Tiller Ploy Pens Saws Shampooers SDUIHI Balhi Tnbles Tow Ban, ok. Wallpapor Re mover Wheelbarrows etc., etc, Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dohcrly, Roadliouse and McCuelg) LAST BID OH SALE a.m. Quotes) B.rri. Quolea) a.m. Quoles) WESTERN OILS Hud Bay Oil Ptt 55.25 5.55 5.20 17.25 11.75 6.75 A. 00 Almlnex Alia East Gas Asamcra Ashland BP Oil Gas CLD Soulh Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Hamesld 10.25 Cdn Home PdF 19.00 Cdn IntI Gas Oil 10.75 Cdn Long is Crin Super Cen Pel Rio Charier Chleiran Dome Pele Dynamic Pete Gl Plains Lochlcl Mill City 41.00 Ifi.O'i 5.50 7.25 26 W 1.30 32.75 1.26 2.30 .72 675 13 00 .56 1 33 .62 1.35 North Cdn Oil Numac Permo Pcirol Pinnacle Place Gas Ponder .4i Ranger 10.3, Scurry Rain 1B.1! Snooner 1.3. Total Wesi Decallfl 73i MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Hugh Russell Hntky Oil Husky Oil PFd Husky Oil Wnr Inler Prov Pipe Inler Prov Steel Joulcl Kaiser Res Kani Kotla Lake DulauH L Onl Pori Cem MGF Manage Menlor Pacific Pdc Rank Org Selk Mold Shell Can Shell Inv Shell Inu WIs Sicki Trledyne West Cdn Seed White Yukon CALGARY Acroll Barons Oil Norlh Conl Madison West Warner 19.75 17.00 42.50 7.10 11.50 7.50 .60 4.95 .33 11.50 2.10 7.05 Cmnw LBV 1.30 3.63 Corp Invest 5.31 5.BO Corp In SI F 5.06 5.53 DreylUJ F U.S. 12.09 13.25 Gr In Shares 3.32 3.AS Gr Equity 5.95 6.3] Invest Gr F Invest Mutual Mutual Ac Mutual Gr F Nat Res NW Fin NW Gr Principal Gr 20.00 VANCOUVER ftibony Oil Anufc T-1'50 Arctic Mining 2-50 Alia; n.SO Bain Nwse 4.50 Beth Copper 10.12W Block Bros Brenda .so B.C. sugar .05 B.C. Sugar Pfd Capt Inter Churchill 11.47 5.22 S.71 5.25 5.77 4.99 5.49 94 7.50 d.37 4.BO 5.37 5.90 -O3 A.SA S.ilfl 5.70 25.09 27.42 4.7B 5.25 6.86 7.54 .26 .34 .36 .21 Vi .OB .33 .69 IB.25 3.05 425 1A.50 17.00 .51 _______ Copper Columbia Cellulose 3.00 Coronation Credit 1-10 Creslbrook F Ind 375 LreslbrMK r Ina J-'? ia IJ35 I rK UTS I.U3 rrnvripn ia Gas Tr L A 4B.OO Vard n ia Gas Tr L Pfd D l G .5 Agrn Ind Alco Ind AquatBine Brit Mild Cdn Brew Cdn Brcv, Cdn Hydro Car Cdn Occidental B.7S 8.00 27.25 5.00 27.50 36.00 __________ 9.37Vi Cdn Pacific Inv 24.25 10.25 B PIPELINE STOCKS Alia Gas Irk fits 1.05 Alia Gas Tr L A AIL Alia Nat Gas 23.35 Cdn W Nat Gas 19.B7'A 'f Inland Nat Gas 11.50 N and C Gas 14.62'A Growers B N and C B Pfd 28.50 Kev inrjuii Pacific Gas Tr 12.50 Gaz Metro Pld A 65.00 Brew Gai Metro_ 5.HW 00 I'l.OO 5.20 CPR Pfd Crowsnesl Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Gfnslar Gt Cdn Oil S Gt Cdn Oil 6-75 100.00 Home A 23.25 Home B Hornp Pilfld 2.rtO Hud Bay Co 17.50 Hud Bay OH 45.25 Tiloops Copper Lornex Lytlon Minerals Okanagan Hellcop Plains Pele Primer Pyramid 26 4.95 10.50 2.60 .18 2.50 4.65 .81 .09 6.60 1.41 Cdn P 35.75 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 66.25 Tr Cdn P Pfd B 41.25 Tr Cdn P War 9.60 WC Trans 2.4.00 Weslern Pacific 6.35 MUTUAL FUNDS Pyramid .W All Cdn Com 8.19 S.95 Silver Standard 1.42 All Cdn Dlvid 9.20 10.06 Stampede IntI Res .73 All Cdn Vent 3.71 Texmonl Amr Gr F 5 93 6 50 Trojan .33 AGF Special 2.B7 Weslern Mires 3.00 Cdn Invesl F 4.47 4.91 WC Res .06 Col Mutual 6.15 Weslern Explor -16 Cmnw Inler 12.59 13.B4 UtlcB -24 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplier! By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST RID OR .SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. Quoles) a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme Advocale Asb. Aknilcho Black Bay Bralcrne Broulsn Brunswick Canada Tung. Casslar Cenlral Pal Conwcsl Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Dickcnson Mines Denlscn Mines Deer Horn D'Eldnna Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines Easl MalaHIc East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex Firsl Marilimes Giant Y K. llovis Granduc Headway R.L. Holllnocr Hudson Rny M-S Hydra Ex- Iron Bay ISO Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore I angis Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. MaMIn McNeely Maclnlyra Mela Midrim Intern Mogul New WcsT Home New A'hona New Calumet W. Horse Copper Noranda Oni niskH 1 75 !5 3.40 1.70 19.50 1 70 1.05 B 30 1.55 -Ofl'A 25 8.25 .92 52.00 1.00 3.41 fll.SP 1.60 -4.80 7.50 6 75 .22 33.75 2.81 .08 73. DO .09 .1BV 7.EO 7.75 .13 Osisko Palino Pine Point Placer P.C. Exp. Quebec Man Rayrock Rio Algom Roman Corp Sherrilt Gordon Silver Miller Rock Tek Corp. Texmonl Upper Canada 1 Weslern Mines 2. Wright Hdrgreeves 1 Willroy Windfall Yellowknife Bear 4 Zenmac INDUSTRIALS 2.11 5.10 AblMbl Alcan Algoma Steel Alco Ind Allan Sugar Bell Tel Brazil Tree B.C. Tel B'C Forest i CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemceli Col Cellulose i Cal Power Coron Credit C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indusl Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Comlnco Cons Bath i Cons Gas Disl Sea Dorn Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores i Dome Pele S.B7V2 17-25 IB. 50 60.00 11.75 19.00 3.70 600 -1.30 3.00 2.' 7-, 1.10 11 25 10.50 3B.OO 2.95 9.50 29.25 19. 12V2 53.75 23.00 10.00 17.25 13.00 36. 12 'A Dofasco CAB Fd of Amer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Molors Gt Lakes Psp Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imasca Int Nickel Inl Pipe Inv GP A Int Ulili'ies indust Accept LaurenMdc Kelly Doug A Lceb Loblaw A Metro Massev Ferg McMillan Bloc Moore Corp Molsons A Molsons B North, Cent Power Corp Price Co Rothmans 51 Law Corp Shell CDA Simpson's Simn Sears Selkirk A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Versatile Mfg Wcsteel Union Car West on's B Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Zenilfi Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scolln SKL 22.75 13.25 69.50 5-50 15.50 It. 75 14.50 2.45 16.00 36.00 ?9 IB.75 27.75 36.50 IB.50 8.25 S.12V2 3 F5 5.25 16.00 23.59 3J.12 17.25 14.50 i.35 7.00 11.00 TO rn 34.50 25. 15.50 33.00 13.00 21.00 35-75 14.12V2 48.35 3.EO 10.62V li.50 16.13W 2? 25 J 50 1.70 15.87V 2B.B7V: 26.50 25.12W New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities ol Canada) Amr T and T Belh Steel Chrysler Comsa' Duponl GM Gull Int Harvesler Kenn Copper 75 Montgomery Ward 20 Golds 173.61 olf .61 Scars 93.75 10 Base Met B0.24 up .1 25 37': Sid Oil ol NJ. 71.75 15 W Oils 231.68 up 26 Volume YORK AVERAGES J7.HV2 30 indust eaa.61 up z.70 4675 20 Rails 236.57 up .90 15 Utilities 109.3J up .0 3B.W TORONTO AVERAGES 65 Slocks 303.05 up 20 Indusl 169.57 up 1.36 Volume Texas Gulf 5S.I5 Texas Co 153.75 Wickcs Corp 82.75 Wool worth U S. Sleel Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed prices firmed at mid-ses- sion on the Winnipeg Grain Ex- cliange loday after opening slight ly lower. Trading in that commodity was light with small exporter and commission house and lo- cal buying interest. Barley was also slightly low- er under selling pressure. Volume of trade Wednesday was 710.000 bushels of flax, of rapcsced and of rye. Mid-session prices Flax: Oct. "1 iowcr 2.25A, Nov. Ts lower 2 Dec. '2 lower 2.25UA, May 'i lower 2.3o'-'A. Kspcsml Vancouver: Sept. Pi Imver Nov. sa 2.-Y77i: .Ian. M lower 2.S5A, March ''i lower 2 BP.'iA. Hapcscod Thunder R a y: Od. lower Dec. ''i lower 2.4.T.4B, May 3i lower Oals: Oct. lower RKA, Dec lower G.TjiA, May Vi lower WiA. Harley: Oct. 1'i lower Dec. lower May Vt lower M'.i. Rye: Oct. lower BBVaA, Dec. lower May 1 lower High Low Close ..Flax Oct 35Vt 224'i Nov 226-li 226'.. Dec 225 May 230 235% Itapcsccd Vancouver Sep 263 25814 263 Nov 257 26174 Jan 258 254 Mar 252-li Rapcsced Thunder Day Oct 244'i Dec 2'IGVj 243 215 Mny 25414 254 The tax column Wills should be reviewed now By I. H. ASPEIl By now, tax conscious Cana- dians are well aware that they should be reviewing their af- lairs to lake into account the new tax system scheduled to jegin next January, parlia- ment willing. Most altention is on an examination of capital assets to take into ac- count tlie impending capital ains tax. Businessmen are re-cxaming .heir corporate structures to make certain their present method of doing business pro- duces no tax penalties under Lhe new rules. However, there is (mother area in which a broad section of the public should be inter- ested the new and radically different tax rules applicable to assets and income of estates of deceased individuals. The pro- posed change in tax treatment is so extensive that few existing wills will escape being revised and, equally certain, the wills people make todav will be sub- stantially different from the type of will which was stand- ard in the past. It has been considered nor- mal for a father U> provide in his will that certain assets be distributed to named benefi- ciaries, while other assets are held in trust, invested, with the income of the estate being paid to his widow and children, ac- cording to some stated formu- la. Usually the assets are held in trust for a number of years until the ultimate beneficiaries, children or grandchildren a certain age, at which time the final distribution takes place. This procedure will now re- quire some change if the family wishev to avoid some of the pit- falls of the new tax system. IN TRUST la the first place, Uie would- be will-maker must take into account the rule that where capital assets are held in trust, they will be revalued every 21 years and a deemed (ima- gined) capital gain or loss will be considered to have occurred, with the appropriate tax result. Take a normal case. The father is a farmer. His farm cost on January 1, 1971. He dies, say, 10 years later Through improvements and in- flation, Hie farm is now worth Upon his death he is considered to have made a cap- ital gain of which is taxable even though he doesn' sell (he farm. His family's problem of finding the cash i the first hurdle- Then he leaves the farm in trust to be used for the benefit of his son, throughout his life- time, and then to be left for his grandchildren, and turnec owr to them when they reach the age of 25. Not at all un- common. Suppose his son is 30 years old at this point, and his oldesl child is four. The son first must find the cash to pay the death capital gains tax. Then 21 years later, the farm is revalued for tax purposes. Suppose it is now worth The gain in value is taxable and the es- tate must find the necessary funds. The son is now 51 years old. Twenty-one years later, when he is 72. the same proce- dure occurs asain and another tax is payable. Assuming he dies shortly afterward, follow ing the second tax revaluation and his son, the grandchild takes over, a capital gains tax will have been levied three times on an asset which has ne''er been sold. NO LONGER FAVORED Obviously that standard type of death hand-down procedure will no longer be favored. Us consequences can be avoided relatively easily if the head of the family simply leaves the arm outright to the grandchil- dren, giving his son a lifetime ease on the farm. In that way wo of the three rather punitive axes arc avoided. A further reconsideration of ixisfing wills, where assets are o be held in trust for the beno- iciaries, is required where the head of the family retires out- side of Canada, say to the United States, and at his death establishes a trust for his Ca- nadian children. Under the new rules, the Oct. 64 Dec May 64 '4 Barley Oct "lOOl-i Dec SSli May Rye Oct Dec May flfi nil 95 63'i 64 09% 09 85 94-lB 633s 633i 64 lOO'i 99'i 99% 85 !i nn'i 94-li Open 7-7 (axcopl Sun. I and holldayl) CAU WARDS FOR YOUR RENTAL NEEDS 1712 2nd Av.. S. Pli.328.B775 sslncjf anct Systems 1003 4th Avenue S., Lelhbridge Telephone 328-4426 'nftt death trust fund may In some cases be treated as having dis- tributed lls earnings to the chil- dren in Canada, even though the money is not actually poid out. The Canadian beneficiaries would then be taxed in Canada on their "alleged" share of the estate's accumulated earnings, even though they've never re- ceived the money. This some- what unwelcome addition to the tax law creates cash difficul- ties for the Canadian taxpayer who is taxed on money he Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME TODAY Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to 11 a.m. Thursday were head and mainly good to choice slaughter steers and heilers. Trade was active with a good local and eastern demand. Daughter steers sold fully steady with some choice high yielding kinds to 31.80. Heifers were steady with sales to 29.80. Over-finished steers and heifers were discounted at 50 cents or more. Cows were mostly medium and canner kinds with all grades selling steady. Bulls steady. Choice steers 30 to 31.50, good 30 to 31, medium 28.75 to 29.75. Choice heifers 28.75 to 29.50, good 27.50 to 28.50, me- Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Prices lo II a.m. today provided by Uie Alberta Hog Producers' Marketing Board: Edmonton: 24.50. Average Wednesday 23.96. Red Deer: 24.00. Average Wednesday 24.10. Calgary: 23.55. Average Wed- nesday 23.83. Lethbridge: No sales. Aver- age Wednesday 23.65. Lloydminsler: No sales. Average Wednesday 23.40. Grande Prairie: No sales. Average Wednesday 23.15. Total hogs sold 554. Total hogs sold Wednesday provincial average 23.94. Sows average 12.95. dium 26 to 27.25. Good cows 23 to 24, medium 21.50 to 22.75, canners and cutters 18 to 21. Good bulls 2.1.50 to 25.50. Replacement cattle were scarce and were mainly heavy, leshy slcers selling steady. Stock calves sold steady. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 30.50 to 33, good feeder heifers 600 pounds up 28 to 30. Good stock steer calves 37 lo 46, good stock heifers calves 31 to 36. Hogs base price 23.55. Lambs sold higher Wednesday, good lambs 21.50. Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On of- fer at the Fort Macleod Auc- tion Market this week were 928 cattle and calves. Slaughter cattle were higher, with bulls, stacker and feeder caltle and calves selling steady Choice steers 31.20 to 31.50; good steers 30.70 to 31.00; choice heifers 20.80 to 29.10; good heifers 28.00 to 28.70. Good cows 24.50 to 25.40; me- dium cows 23.00 to 24.00; can- ners and cullers 19.00 to 22.50 with shelly down lo 15.00. Good bulls 24.00 to 25.30; me- dium bulls 21.50 to 22.75. Good grass yearling steers 35.00 to 36.00 with lighter kinds to 37.40; medium steers 31.00 lo 34.00. North Koreans reject plan PANMUNJOM (Reuter) Norlh Korea rejected Wednes- day a South Korean Red Cross proposal that projected full- scale talks on divided Korean families be held alternately in Pyongyang and Seoul, their two capitals. No agreement was reached on the site, or even on the date of Lhe next session of preliminary talks. Wednesday's three-hour session was the sec- ond between Ihe two Red Cross 'societies. Engineer quits RED DEER (CP) Nels Deck, director of engineering in Red Deer, has announced his resignation after 16 years with tlie city. Mayor R. E. Barrett said Mr. Deck informed him yesterday that he was resigning to accept a similar position in Kelowna, B.C lasn't got and may never re- ceive. Tho problem can to over- come by having proper provi- sions inserted into the will, al- owing the foreign executors to irovide the cash to the children o entblo them to pay their ax on these "deemed" earn- ngs. These are only a fraction of he problems created by the new tax system. Most, if not all, can be accommodated by a restructuring of one's af- airs, particularly in the plan- ning of wills. However, Cana- dians should not lose time in reviewing their wills if they wish lo avoid unnecessary tax lardship. (Mr. Aspcr Is a Winnipeg NOTICE City of Lethbridge Municipal Elections 1971 ADVANCE POLL Tor I hose persons who are qualified electors and who have reason lo believe that they will be absent from their place of residence during ihe whole of the time fixed for municipal elections OR who by reasons of physical disability find if impos- sible or extremely difficult lo allend at the regular polling place, an Advance Poll will be established in ihe Cily Hall and will be open on Thursday, October 7 FRIDAY, October 8 SATURDAY, October 9 between ihe hours of two o'clock in Ihe after- noon and eight o'clock in the evening on each of the said three days. JOHN GCRLA Returning .Officer Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live bee] futures Wednesday: Open High Low Close Nov 32.508 Jan 32.65 32.65 32.50 32.50A Mar 32.00N Polalo futures WINNIPEG (CP) Maritime potato futures Wednesday: Open High Low Close Nov 2.25N Mar 2.60N Apr 2.68N May 3.05A APPOINTMENT HARRY SNOEYER Mr. John Mortem of Marieni Foods, [n Coaldalo li pleoied lo announce the appointment of Mr. Harry Snoeyer as their meat manager. Harry hoi had 10 years experience in the meat induslry. We invite you 10 drop in to Marten's Foods and meet Harry who would be pleased to serve you. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUItDING TEtEPHONE 328-7883 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1971 PUBtIC NOTICE is hereby given that Polling will take place for the Election of MAYOR ALDERMAN (Eight Vacancies) ort Wednesday, the 13th day of Oclober 1971, from 10 o'clock in the forenoon unlil 8 o'clock in the after- noon, at the following places. NORTH LETHBRIDGE School Hall Buchanan School 4-Galbrailh School Paul's School SOUTH LETHBRIDGE Library Memorial Centre Jr. High School 39 Allan Watson School Stewart School 43-Lokeview School Gilbert Palerson School 45-Sea Cadet Ship Bawdcn School 47-College Mercury (6th St. and 6lh Ave. S.) 48-St.Patrick's School 49-_Agnes Davidson School 50-Assumplion School WEST LETHBRIDGE 20-Building Administralion Office-University of Lelhbridge AND At the same lime, place and date above mentioned, Polling for members of the following PUBLIC SCHOOL TRUSTEES (Seven Vacancies) SEPARATE SCHOOL TRUSTEES (Five Vacancies) LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL BOARD (Four Vacancies) will lake place, and lhal I will be at City Hall on Fri- day, Ihe lilh day of Oclober, 1971, at 12 o'clock noon, turn up tho voles and declare Iho result of the Elec- tions. GIVEN under my hand at Lelhbridge this 29lh day of September, 1971. JOHN GERLA, Returning Officer ;