Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
36 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Wednesday, January 6, 1971 CP Rail orders new flatcars MONTREAL (CP) - CP Rail has ordered (>0O steel flatcars valued at about $8.5 million to be used exclusively in its international service between Canada and the United States. The company said Monday the cars will bo built by National Steel Car Corp. at its Hamilton, Ont., plant, the delivery scheduled to begin in March. The 70-lon flatcars primarily will carry lumber and plyweed products. The acquisition will mean an increase of mere trrn 50 per cent in the number of steel bulkhead flatcars. Treasury branch contract let EDMONTON (CP) - Gordey Construction Ltd. of Sexsmith has been awarded a $73,014 contract for a treasury branch in Grinishaw, Public Works Min- ister A. W. Ludwig announced here. Gordey Construction submitted the lowest of five tenders for the project. New stoek offered to public MONTREAL (CP) - Calvin Bullock Ltd. Monday offered to the public for the first time a new mutual fund known as Ac-rofund. The new fund, incorporated last spring, is being offered to investment dealers and brokers across Canada. It is the first time in 38 years that Calvin Sullock offered a new mutual fund. Calvin Bullock, which supervises Canadian Investment Fund Ltd., said it intends to "ticnntret'? Acrofund's investments in the "securities of relatively few enterprises." Not all coffees are created equal What sets. Nabob-apart frc^ toor! Fme quality coffees blended exclusively for Western Canadian tastes "Flavor that mokes' Nabob outsell, all other ' ground coffees combined; ^Ah'd-the-quality of the Nabob blend is always:;ith^JSJ^�^^yT a�f pound after pound. Pr:^e?ct%d?by on^airtight pliofilm liner in every package* Nabob is the freshest coffee you qda^uy. The final touch - premium coupons for attractive gifts. For real value, buy Nabob!