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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Western oils lead new advance TORONTO (CP) Western oils pasted strong advances as prices on the Toronto stock market moved higher in moder- ate mid-morning trading On index, industrials were up .31 to 177.80, base metals .30 to 9-1.16 and western oils 1.71 to 227.67. Golds dropped .24 to 19306. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares, up from at ttie same time Friday. The ex- change was closed Monday. Advances outnumbered de- clines 121 to 92, with 159 issues unchanged. Strongest sectors were oil re- fining, industrial mining, gen- eral manufacturing and mer- chandising Eleven of the in- dustrial index's 17 sub-groups moved hjgljer. Beverage pipeline and utility issues drifted fractionally lower. Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas rose 1% to Inco K to Tara to 515, Asamera to Dominion Stores Vz lo and Numac to Imperial Oil was up to Supertest ordinajy to Occidental Pete to Bethlehem Vs to and Husky Oil to Westcoasl. Transmission dropped to S26, Walker-Good- erham lh. to Scurry-Rain- bow to Alcan ?s lo Falconbridge to 595% and Ranger to stocks noun MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mixed 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 Mon- day. On index, the composite lost .33 to 180.22, industrials .45 to 183.02 and banks .2G to 206.98. Utilities rose .05 to 153.02 and papers .49 to 182.23. Among declines, Canada and j Dominion Sugar lost SI to Oanron to and Border Chemicals and Falconbridge each to .'SIS and respec- tively. Highlighting gains, Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas rose 51% to 547, and Placer Development and Great Lakes Paper each to and 516 respectively. On UK Canadian Slock Ex change, North American Hare Metals traded shares at a gain of one cent to 36 cents. WALL ST NOON NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices fell sharply in slow trade today amid specula- tion of another prime-rate in- crease. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was of, 10.29 at 854.63. Declines led advances by more then 2 to 1 on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said investors were concerned about indications tha' (he hanking prune rate woulc be raised to 6'4 per cent. The prime rate is the interest charged by commercial banks on loans to their best corporate customers. All slock lower. AP INDEX DOWN At noon the Associated Press 60 stock average fell 2.0 to 308.4. Noon prices included Loew's Corp., off PA at North- west Ail-lines, off at Natomas, off IVt, at anc genera! Electric, off 1 at International Nickel was off ?i at Mclntyre Porcupine fell a point to and Canadian Pacific was down to Dome rose to Up were Distillers Seagrams at and Granby Mining at On the American Stock Ex- change, Canadian Javelin was dou-n '.i at 513Ti. Scum1 Rain- bow Oil was off Va at and Molybdenite Canada up at categories were Livestock By Gene Fawcette PEELABLERAMTISTHE LATEST NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING TECHNIQUE FOR PINPOINTING STRUCTURAL DEFECTS IN AIRCFWFT. THE "BANANA SKIN" PAINT APPLIED TOAOSTA1ETAL, PLASTIC OR RUBBER SLSffKES DETECTS FLAWS BY CHANGING' COCK UWDER HEAT AND LIGHT... ffffMlf COATING f Z74? Gladiator Bigger...Beelier For large campers or heavier loads GVW TO IBS. Test-Drive (he exlta jo-povrcr of 4-Whcel Drive UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Avo., 3rd SI. 5. Phonn 327-2805 Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE On offer to 11 a.m., 50 rattle. Receipts mostly b u t c h er steers and cows. Good and choice butcher steers meeting n reasonably good demand. Prices steady. Good and choice butcher heifers selling steady. Good rows selling steady. Medium and lower kinds meeting an indifferent demand at lower prices. SLAUGHTERS Choice steers 31.50 to 32; good 30 lo 31.25; medium 27.50 to 23. Choice heifers 27 io 27.10; gcod 26 (o 26.75; medium 25 to 26. Goal cows 21.50 to 22.50; medium 20 lo 21; earners aoid cutters 17 to 20. Good bulls 25 to 2G.30. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) On offer to 11 a.rrr., about head; mostly mixed grades and classes of slaughter cattle. Trade active. Slaughter steers were steady with strictly choice kinds scarce; heifers were fully steady; cows were mainly me- dium and canner kinds at steady prices and bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 31.75 to 32.30, good 30.50 to 31.50, me- dium 20.75 to 30.50. Choice hei- fers 27.50 to 28.30, good 26.75 lo 27.50, medium 26 to 26.75. Good cows 22 to 22.50, medium 21 lo 22, canners and cutters 19 to 21. Good bulls 25 to 27.40. Replacement cattle were scarce with offerings mostly heavy stock steers. No slock or salughlcr calves offered. Good feeder steers more Uian 750 pounds 31 to 32.50. Hogs base price 22.10. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Monfreol (Supplied by Doheriy, Kaadhause and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE i.m. Quotes, a.m. Quote it a.m. Quoitf! WESTERN OILS Almlnex Alia East CBS Asamera Ashlancl BP Oil Gas Can South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn Homesid Cdn Home Pld Cdn Ind Gai OH Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Cen Del Rio Charier Chletian Dome Pete Dynamic Pele Gl Plains Lochlcl Miil UHV New Cont Norlh t-dn Oil Numac Perrno Petrol Pinnacle Gas Ponder Husky Oil Husky Oil B Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pino Inter Steel Pipe Cdn Occidental Joulel Kaiser Res KSin Kolla Lake DuFault L Ont Porl Cem MGF Manage WlEnlor Newconex Pacific Hele Rank Org 5.65 5.10 20.25 1235 7.30 i-75 IS 11.iO .70 4135 16.CO 6.15 6.70 IDllJVi selk Hold 1-03 7.00 10.00 .50 .75 Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner i. Total E. Wesl Decalta 7. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 1.1.75 20. n Agra md Atco Ind Aqualaine Brit Cdn A Brew B Cdn Hydro Ca Cdn Pacifi CPR Pfd CrowsnesI Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B 9.50 Shell Can Shell inv Pfd Shell Inv WIs SlcKS Ralner Teledyne Wesl Cdn Seed White Yukon CALGARY Acroll Barons Oil Norlh Conl Madison -'ft Wr-.l -26'. PIPELINE STOCKS Ma Gas Tr L A JS.OO Alia Gas Tr L Pfd 71.00 Alta Nat Gas id Cdn W Nal Gas 14.75 Inland Nal Gas N and C 16.75 Corp In SI F J.9S 5. 42 F US, 12.01 7.35 Gr Equity 6.53 7.1 12.62'A Gr In Shares 3.53 3.8 Invest Gr F 11.02 12.0 9.75 invest Mutual 5.39 5.6 .71 Mutual Ac 5.41 5.9 5.50 Mutual Gr F 5.07 55 -W Hilt Res 14.12V2 N W Fin 4.59 50 2.C5 H VI Gr 5.50 5.7 3.M Principal Gr fl-ft W Royfund 5.59 5.8 5.50 Temp Gr 26.88 32.00 Uniled Ac 4-74 5.3 2Q.12V2 Universal Sav 735 8.0 14.50 VANCOUVER 36.37V4 Anuk .19 36.JS Arctic Mining -OS 16-25 Alias Explor M' 2.75 Balh Norse 1-51 Belh Copper Block Bros 3.40 Brenda 6.60 B.C. Sugar 19.B7V B.C. sugar Pfd 16 sn .04 Capl inler a.QO Churchill Copper 1.03 Columbia Cellvlose 3-75 Coronntion re 1-10 Creslbrook F Ind -1-95 Dolly Varden .27 Dynasty Forl Reliance Giant Mascoi 15.S2W Granlsle Inv Gt Cdn Oil S Gl Ctln Oil 6-75 Homf A Home B Home Pllfld Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil aq Hud Qny Oil Pfd 58.25 Hugh Russell 19-00 Pacific Gas Tr 14.00 Grower: M and C B Pfd 30.00 Key Indusf 5-75 Gaz Metro 6-00 Hys 29.75 Gaz Metro Pfd A 66.00 Interior BreW 35.50 Tr Cdn P 33.75 Inter Mariner 15.75 Tr Cdn P Pld B 41.53 Kamlcops Copper 23.50 Tr Cdn P Pfd A 62 LornfiX Tr P Cdn War 9.95 Lyllon Minerals 24.12V3 WC Trans Zi CO Imp Mines 5.50 Weslern Pacific 6.50 Okanagan Helicop fi.OO MUTUAL FUNDS Plains Pete 77 W AGF Special 2.8.1 Primer All Cdn Com 8.11 S.Sfi Pyramid All Cdn Divid 9.17 10.02 Silver Standard All Cdn Vfnl 3.57 390 Stampede Intl Res Amr Gr F 5.75 6.31 Texmonl Cdn invest F 4.56 5 00 Trojen 17 B7Vi Col Mulual 6.29 6.91 Weslern Mines 47 00 Cmnw Inter 13.63 1S.20 WC Res mw Lev 3.62 3.98 Western Explor Invest 5.3B 5.8B Ullca 540 11.30 3.00 5.25 10000 37.75 33.35 2.75 .CB', B.10 1.76 Toronto mines., industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quoloi) MINES a.m. QuUTCS) a.m. Qualeil Advocate Akaitcho Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassia r Cenlral Pat. Chlmo Con west Cons. Rambler Coin Lake CocJienour Craigmont Dickenson Mines Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalds Discovery Mines ESB! Malarlic Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex Firs) Marilimes Gianl Norlex .27Vz OpemlsKa 2.02 Oslsko .42 Pfllfno -06'A Pine Point 2.00 Placer Dev. .25 P.C. Exp. 17.35 Quebec Man 5.20 Rayrock 1 96 Radlore 31.42Va Rio Algom 2.15 Roman Corp. 1.26 SherriM 9-25 Silver Wilier 1.77 Sleep Rock Tek Corp. .38 10.75 .30 30.00 Texi Wnes Granduc Headway R.L. Hollinqer Hudson Bay M-S 23. Hydra Ex. iron Bay 150 Joilet Quebec Kwr Add Is on Key Anacon Labrador Lshe Shore Langls Silver Malartlc GF Marlln McNeely Maclntyre Mldrlm Inlern Mogul Nu West Homes New Alhona New Calumet New Imperial Noranda NorlhgaSe 53.00 1.05 2.95 95.25 ,23 1.05 9.00 2.00 5.85 6.C1 ,53 1.65 320 ireavcs 1 4J .71 .12 Bear 5.10 Upper Weilen Wright Ha Wfllroy Windfall Yellowknife 2enmac INDUSTRIALS Abilibl Alcan Algoma Sleel Alo Ind Atlna Sugar Bed Tel Prpiii Trac B.C. Tel Burns 40.12V2 Li C. rorest B.C. Suqar CAE Ind Cd Brew Chemcel! Col cellulose Cai Power Corcn Credit C.W.N. Gas Canda 5 S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers Chrysler CPR Cons Balh Cons Gas Disl Sea Dom Bridge Domlar Dom Textile Dom Slores Dome Pele 21.00 97.00 .12 .22 1075 9.00 .15 .23 Dofasco CAB Fd of Amer Gl Cdn Oil Gen Motors 31 B7Va Gl Lakes Pflp l.oo Oil Cda .16 Greyhound 1.21 Hakwer Sid -9 Huron, Erie li.CC Hiram Waifc 650 Imoerlal nil Imperial Tob US In) Niche) 7.19 Inl Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indus) Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Loeb Lnblew A Metro Slores Massey Ferg McMillan Bloe Moore Corp -_ Molsons A Molsons B B.OO North, Cent 7.12V3 Power Corp Ji.OO Price Co 19.12V: Rolhmans 64.03 si Corp 14-CO Shell CDA 19.50 Simpson's Simp Sears 4.60 steel ol Can Selkirk A 5 50 Texaco Traders Gp A Trersi Mln Pp Trans Can Pp Union Gas Union Oil Verslile Mtg Weslecl 26.37V2 Unirn Car 63.75 Westons B 23.75 Woodward's A 9.M Wesl Cdn Sd 51.13l'a2enilh Flee 5.SO BANKS 23.75 can Imperial 13.50 Montreal Nova Scolia Royal Tor-Dom 3.75 2ii.5D 1.10 11.25 32.25 3.05 10.00 17.75 13.75 101.00 55.50 13.50 63.00 5.15 70.00 16.00 34.75 15.00 21.00 37.00 26.75 19.50 34.50 7-871 36.75 IB.50 1075 3. BO 5.75 -14.00 10.75 3J.37Va 3S.25 IB.50 17.87'A 15 7-62 V 11.00 19.00 36.25 30.50 27.00 25.75 Id.25 3J.7S 1175 23.5P 33.621': 15.50 d.25 U.50 17.25 17.1 23 ?S -J.50 1.BO 22.63''; 16.00 24.50 27.25 25.50 New York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T Anaconda Befh Site] Chrysler Comsat Duponl GM Gult Inl Harvester Kcnn Copper 44.00 Monlgomery Ward Sears sid on of 25.1JV2 Texas Gulf Texas Co ldJ.75 Wicks Corp Woolworlh 30.25 WESllnghousi 25.12V3 U.S. Sleel TORONTO NJ, 76.00 116.12' 11.25 20 Indus! 176.79 o'f ,70 20 Golds 190.76 oft 10 Base Met 94.OJ up .IB 15 W Oils 22535 off 75 'NEW YORK AVERAGES 30 Indust 852.29 off 12.6: 43 20 Rails 20i.22 off 3.43 Elee B3.75 IS Ulilities IH.JB off B3 26.25 65 Slocks 286.75 off 4.04 AVERAGES Volume Second war nine blows up CAEN, France (AP) A hell or ininc from the Second World War blew up today while farmer was burning bnish ear here. He ivas gravaiy wounded. Nearly 1.5 million unexploded shells, mines, grenades nd other explosive devices ave been defused in the last ight year's in France, about aJf from each world war. S'incc the Second World War, TOarly 600 defusing experts avc been killed while removing (6.5 million uncxploded devices, nd nearly 120 civilians have ied in accidental explosions of idden devices. PRICE REDUCED! See this largo soulhside family home near schools and shopping, extra features, excellent basement de- velopment. Call for details. Stringam Property Sales 122 8th Si. S. Phone 328-6141 Record profit for airliues VANCOUVER (CP) Pacif- ic Western Airlines Ltd. an- nounced a record six-month net prolit. A statement to shareholders showed a net profit for the six monllis ended June 30 of 000, compared with a previous best of for the first six months of 196G. The Vancouver- based company showed a net loss of for the first half of 1970. Per-share earning for Janu- ary-June 1971 was 76 cen'-s, compared with a per-sharc loss of 23 cents a year ago. Harvests barley RAYMOND UINS) E. Shielke, Raymond fanner who operates north of town, is the first to harvest barley near this centre. His irrigated land is produc- ing 60 lo 70 bushels of Cam- panana barley to the acre. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Vancou vcr rapesced had heavy sellin willi prices slightly lower a mid-session on the Winru'pe Grain Exchange today. AH other grains were under pressure with prices lowe across the board, Hye had fairly heavy corn mission house selling with some hedges in the Octobe futures pushing prices down. Friday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, 2, of rapeseed and of rye. MID-SESSION Flax: Oct. !i lower 2.41 !4B Nov. lower 2.40B; Dec. lower 2.38'iB; May lowei Hapsseed Vancouver: Sep 'A lower Nov. low er Jan. 1% lowei 2.85HA; Jlarch 1 lower 2.79A. Hapeseed Thunder Bay Oct. 2 lower 2.90VjA; Dsc. W. lower May 1 lower 2.82'AA. Oats: Oct. Vt lower Dec. Va lower May no open. Barley: Oct. I'.j lower Dec. lower May 1 lower 1.08A. Eye: Oct. 254 lower May Low Close Dec. 2 lower lower 1.037fiA. High Flax Oct 2417s Nov Dec May 240% 243 249ni Rapesecii Vancouver Sep 31614 312'i Nov 293'A 29Ki Jan 287 284% MET 278T's Rapcscert Thunder Bay Oct 231'.'j 289% Dec May Oals Oct Dec May Barley 283 Vi 282 Is 72 240 '.i 238'.i 292% 236 279 278 2821i Oct Dec Jay Hye Oct )ec May 111 1093.'. JOO'i 09' 2 71% 73% no 108 107% 97 96 Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Barber-Ellis of Canada Ltd., 7H cents. Sept. 15, record Aug. 31. Chrysler Corp., 15 cents Sept. 10, record Aug. 9. D. A. Sdiart Oil Co. Ltd., five cents, Sepl. 1, record Aug. 12. Inc., 10 cents Sept. 1 record Aug. 13. Montreal Trust Co., 15 cents, Oct. 15, record Sept. 30. Pcmbina Pipeline Ltd., five ler cent first cents Sept. 1, record Aug. 13. Rio Algom Mines Ltd., pfd., ?1.45, Oct. 1, record Sept. 6. Texaco Canada Ltd., 24 cents, Aug. 31, record Aug. 12; four per cent pfd., Oct. 20, record Sept 30. White Pass and Yukon Corp .Id., cents, Sept. 15, record Sept. 1; 6% per cent pfd. series A. 42.1875 cents, Sept. 1, record Vug. 13. APPOINTMENT ERNIE KOVACS Mr. Brian Sidorsky, President of Sidorsky's Furnilure Lid. and Sidorsky's Mobile Homes is pleased to announce ihe ap- intment of Mr. Ernie Kovacs as General Manager of the combined Lelhbridge brant h ipcning soon in tellibridge. Ernie is well qualified in ihii area and welcomej oil hit friends lo come and see him. Ho married wilh three children, fwo boys and a girl. COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES IN NEWLY-FORMED VILLAGE Proposals are invited from corpcralions or in- dividuals interested in developing commercial facili- ties and services of Ihe newly.formcd village of Elk- ford, 20 miles north of Nalal, B.C. About 300 families are expcclcd lo live there by this fall. Please direct inquiries to: J. F. BUCKINGHAM, General Supervisor, Personnel Cominco Lid. Trail, B.C. Tol. 364-2822 Net earnings AGF Management Ltd.. six months ended May 31: 1971, 10 cents a share; 1970, 14 cents. Alcan Aluminium Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, 93 cents a share; 1970, Aunor Gold Mines Ltd., six mor.'.hs ended June 30: 1971, 10.3 cents a share; 1970, 1.5 cents. Bell Canada, six months ended June 30: 1971, a share; 1970. Canadian Corporate Manage- ment Co. Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, 52 cents a share; 1970, 48 cents. Chcmccll Ltd., six months erded June 30: 1971, 12.5 cents a share; 1970, one cent. Dominion Foundries and Steel Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, cents a share; 1970, Du Pont of Canada Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, 41 cents a share; 1970, 52 cents. Emco Ltd., six months ended June 30: J971, 15.3 cents a share; 1070, 7.7 cents. Great Lakes Power Corp. Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, 89 cents a share; 1970, 84 cents. Ha 11 nor Mines Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, 5242.400, 12.1 cents a share; 1970, 6.5 cents. Hardee Farms International Ltd., year ended May 29: 1971, 9.8 cents a share; 1970, 1.8 cents. Intcrpool International Ltd., six months ended May 31: 1971, 50 cenls a share; 1970, 34 cents. Investors Group, six months ended June 30: 1971, 28.5 cents a share; 1970, no fig- res available- Maritime Telegraph and Tele- phone Co. Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, 88 cents a share; 1970, 79 cenfs Miron Co. Ltd., three months ended June 30: 1971, profit; loss. Nova Scolia Ijght and Power 2o. Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1971, 43.6 cents a share; 1970, 42.8 cents. Siebens Oil and Gas Ltd., nine months ended May 31; 1971, loss; 1970, no figures available. Stcc! Co. of Canada Ltd.. six months ended June 30: 1971, a share; 1970, Texaco Canada Lid., six mon'Jis ended June 30: 1971, 51.37 a share; 1970, TransCanada PipcLincs Ltd., is months ended June 30: 1971, 94 cents a share; 970, 78 certs. Tuetdiiy, August 3, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 17 54-hour delay spurs petitions TORONTO (CP) Two peti- fons asking Transport Minis- ter Donald Jamicson to sus- pend the landing rights of Dan- Air Inler-eontuientai Air Lines at Toronto International air- port were circulated Monday night among passengers of a delayed charter flight and heir waiting friends and rela- tives on the ground. The petitions were drawn up after the 186 passengers aboard Flight 476 from Man- tester, England, were delay- ed 54 hours because of what he company called technical diffieullies and a mistake made by the charter orga- nizers. They said they were fed up with charter flying, the delays, the lack of information about vhat ca u s e d the delays and the lack of facilities. Some of the relatives had spent Sunday night at the air .enninal as they received pro- gressive arrival estimates for flight originally expected to rive Saturday. There were 40 children on the light. John Rowland of Gait, Ont. and his sons, Keith, 12, and Ian, 4, spent Sunday night napping n airport benches as they vaited for friends to arrive. He ilso travelled back and forth to to meet flights tnice Mon- lay. Edgar Dewhirst and his on their way back to Gait. caring copies of a note from he airline saying the delay I was not the fault of the pas- sengers. He said he had been given so many reasons for the delay "I don't know what the true story is." The company said later that the delay resulted from the aircraft being "stricken by a scries of technical faults and no older aircraft were avail- able." "We apologize jor me lack of communication with passen- gers and maintain that the air- craft was scheduled for Sun- day and not Saturday." It said the first day's delay was the result ot a mistake made by the Anglo-Canadian Travel Club, which booked the charter flight. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- ages prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta hag producers marketing board: Edmonton: 22.05, average Friday 22.66. Red Deer: 22.10, average Fri- day 22.95. Calgary: average Fri- day Lethbridge: No sales, aver- age Friday 22.80. LJoydminsler- No sales, aver- age Friday 22.05. Total ho'gs sold Friday average 22.75. Sows average 13.05. NORTH COUNTY REGIONAL RECREATION AREA requires a "RECREATIONAL DIRECTOR" LOCATION: Piclure Bulte; including Noblcford, Barons, and the North Counly Region. QUALIFICATION: Preference given to opplicanl wilh university training in Recreation, Physical Education, Social Science, or equivalent, or experience. SALARY: Open to negotiation depending on qualifications. Application! Close August 16th, 1971. Contact: BOX 157, RECREATION SECRETARY PICTURE BUTTE, ALTA. SURVEYOR To Perform Surveying Dufies In The Lethbridge Area Graduation from a recognized Technical In- slitule in Survey Technology or a related field is required. A knowledge of basic electricity is desireable to assist with cathodic protection program. Apply in writing or in person to MR. 1. W. FILOES, Manager, Canadian Wettern Natural Gas Company 410 Stafford Drive Lethbridge, Alberta NOTICE Board of Industrial Relations Department of Labour IN THE MATTER OF The Alberla Labour Act and an application pursuant to section 75 for registration of an employers' organ- ization as the agent -for collective bargaining. On May 21, 1971, the Board of Industrial Relations receiv- ed an application for regislration of the Boilermaker's Contrac- tors Association of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta as the ageni for colleclive bargaining on behalf of certain employers wiih the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Build- ers, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers, Local 146, Edmonton, Alberla. The trade jurisdicficn for which the applicant seeks regis- iralion is described as "Persons, firms, members of the Inter- nationa) Broffierhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Forg- ers and Helpers employed on field construclion work." The territory for which the applicanl seeks registration is described as "The Province of The applicalion is available for inspection at the offices of the Board, 1002, 10808 99 Avenue, Edmonton, AlberJo dur- ing business hours. Take notice that a hearing of the applicalion by the Board is set for 2 p.m. on Wednesday, August 11, 1971, in the Board Room, Room 1003, 10308 99 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberla. Any employer offecfpd by (he application and desiring lo make representations to the Board in opposition 1o thir opplicalion moy allend the hearing in person or by a repre senlativc. G. E. GOUGH, SECRETARY ;