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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 18, 1971 - THI IITHBRIDQI HERALD - 13 imsimss A ll\V\(K Stock prices up early trade Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quote j, (11:00 e.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Qumttt WESTERN OILS Hugh Rusj 21.25 Col Mutual 5.82 6.3? " Husky Oil 16.12V4 Cmnw Lev 3.02 3.31 Husky Oil B Ptd 43.00 Corp Invest 5.26 S.75 in TORONTO (CP) - Prices were up fractionally in moderate mid-morning trading today at the Toronto stock market. On index, industrials gained .14 to 177.69 and western oils .11 to 200.06. Golds dropped .40 to 168,30 and base metals .27 to 92.82. Volume by 11 a.m. was 610,000 shares, compared with 654,000 at the-same time Monday. Gains outnumbered losses 142 to 93 with 191 issues' unchanged. Steels led advancing sectors. Among rising issues, Glendale was up % to $6%, Texas Gulf Sulphur Vz to $18'/4, Koffler % to $10V4, Algom Steel % to $16, Maclean-Hunter % to $13%, Do-fasco % to $24%, International Mogul % to $10%, Opemiska Ys to $10%, Hudson Bay Mining Va to $21% and Canadian Export Gas 15 cents to $4.50. Bow Valley was down Vi to $17%, Sherritt % to $17%, SulkV van 30 cents to $4.30, Denison Va to $26% and Syracuse 10 cents to $3.25. FRACTIONAL DIP MONTREAL (CP) - Papers edged ahead while all other sectors of the Montreal stock market declined fractionally in light early trading today. The composite index was off .10 to 175.31. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges was 327,000 shares at 11 a.m. compared with 353,100 at the same time Friday Among steels, Algoma gained % to $16, Dofasco % to $24%, Trimac Ltd. forms new corporation CALGARY (CP) - Trimac Ltd., a new Alberta corporation, has been formed following the dissolution of a merger between Trimac Transportation Ltd. and Westburne International Industries Ltd. "Tvhe new Alberta corporation is the vehicle through which all present and future activities will be carried out, including the Trimac transportation system . . .," J. R. Mo Caig, Trimac Ltd. board chairman, said here. The new company results from the original shareholders of Trimac Transportation, operating as a subsidiary of Westburne since March, 1969, receiving back their shares and transferring them into Trimac Ltd. Trimac Ltd. has an authorized share capital of $5 million, and a total of 1,010,000 common shares, valued at $1 each. Stelco V* to $27% and QSP Ltd. Vi to $15%. Canada Cement gained % to $39% and Domtar % to $15. Du Pont slipped % to $16%, Aquitaine % to $26*4 and Com-inco % to $24. On index, industrials were off .11 to 180.60, utilities .10 to 152.55 and banks .03 to 175.06. Papers were up .13 to 94.01. AMONG CANADIAN NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market moved to higher ground in active trading today, after announcements of a new round of prime-rate cuts by major banks. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was ahead 3.22 to 848.92. Mclntyre Porcupine added 2 points to $139. Up Vi were Alcan, at $24%, Genstar Ltd. at $11%, and Granby Mining, at $23%. Walker-Gooderham fell % to $40. On (he American Stock Exchange, Jupiter Corp and Molybdenite Canada were off V* at' $8% and $4.25, respectively. Court hits Fox Coulee Coals Ltd. CALGARY (CP) - A district court judge has ordered a strip mining coal company to clean up land within a year reversing reclamation certificates issued by a government agency. Judge Harry Rowbottom handed down the order after George Buchta, a Drumheller district farmer, appealed the issuing of the certificates to Fox Coulee Coals Ltd. Judge Rowbottom personally inspected the land on which the government's surface reclamation council had issued the certificates. "I cannot understand the basis upon which the council issued reclamation certificates," the judge said. "Either it was incompetent, careless or indifferent to its duties ... or it was,more concerned with assisting the operator than the proper administration of the (surface reclamation) act." The judge said the mining left bare hardpan day "exposed for erosion after the coal had been removed; runoff water laden with filth and coal-dust was allowed to foul the streams and much of the surface was covered with a heavy growth of Russian thistle." Alt. East Ges 5.30 Almlfiex 5.85 Asamera Banff BP Oil Gas Can South Cdn Ex Gai Ashland Cdn Homestd Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Long Is Cdn Super Cen Del Rio Charter Chleftan Dome Pete Dynamic Pete Gt Plains Mill City New Cont North Cdn Oil Numac Pernio Petrol Pinnacle Place Gat Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner W. Decalta MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIALS Agra 7.50 Atco Ind 9.50 15.12'/i Husky Oil War 12.62Va Inter Prov Pipe 5.90 Intl Utll Pfd 5.20 Inter Steel Pipe 4.35 JWferson Lake 9.50 Joutel 7.B0 Kaiser Res 11.62t/i Kam Kotla .55 L Ont Port Cem 37.37i/i MGF Manage 12.25 Mentor 6.75 Newconex 7.70 Pacific Pete 81.12V4 "�nk Org 1.25 Selk Hold Shell Inv Pfd Shell Inv Wts Sicks Rainier West Cdn Seed Whit. Yukon ,,70 Corp Invest S F 4.65 5 13.12i/i Dreyfus F U.S. 11.67 12.79 32.00 1.66 .85 7.25 8.20 .70 1.40 .91 1.25 .61 13.50 37,00 Gr Equity 8 67VJ Gr ,n Shares 11.50 1.01 7.0O 1.21 2.45 1.65 .77 5.70 29.12i/i united'" Ac 16.75 Universal Sav Temp Growth Invest Gr Invest Mutual Mutual Ac Mutual Gr F Nat Res N W Fin N W Gr Principal Gr Royfund nlte " 12.00 35.25' 15.50  3.50 3.60 18.00 5.94 6.52 3.24 3.56 10.40 11.37 5.17 5.66 5.03 5.53 4.58 5.04 7.12 7.78 4.20 4.62 4.92 5.41 3.81 4.18 5.27 5.44 4.51 4.96 7.02 7.71 24.19 26.43 CALOARY Acroll Ana Pete Baron* Oil North Cont , Plain* Pete Vi? West Warner 6.30 VANCOUVER Arctic Mining Atlas Explor Beth Copper Bornlte Rldg. H Block Bros .09'/, Brands .06 B.C. Sugar .02V4 B-c- Sugar Ptd 39 Capt Inter Churchill Copper Crest For Ind Croyden Dynasty PIPELINE STOCKS Endako Alta G.)S Tr L A 49.25 Fort Reliance Alta Gas Tr L P 133.25 Giant Mascot Madison Rexdale .42 .32 .10 Aquatalne 2A.37'/� Alta Nat Gas 24.12'A Granlsle Brit Nfld 5.50 Cdn W Nat Gas 16.25 Key Indust Cdn Brew A Pfd 30.00 Inland Nat Gas 12.12Vi Growers B Cdn Brew B Pfd 35.25 N and C 15.87V2 Hvs I? %So Car 17lf Na.ndeCoB Ptd 32.12V, Interior Brew 900 Gas Metro Pfd A 62.25 Kamloops Copper 29.00 Qn fJP?. 3im Uornex 5.'37i/i " 5.25 Cdn Pacific Inv CPR Pfd Crowsnest Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Cum Prop 14.75 Gt Cdn Oil 3.90 Gt Cdn Oil (-75 100.00 Home Oil A 28.50 Home Oil B 28.25 All Cdn Com Home Pltfld 2.05 All Cdn Dlv Hud Bay Co 15.87V� All Cdn Vent Hud Bay Oil 39.37i/i Amr Gr F Hud Bay Oil Pfd 55.12'A Cdn Invest F Tr Cdn P Pfd 41.50 Madrona Tr Cdn P Pfd A 63.00 New Cronln Tr Cdn P War 11.00 Okanagan Hellcop Westcoast Tr 22.12'A Primer Western Pacific 5.25 Pyramid MUTUAL FUNDS Silver Stand AGF Special 2.44 Texmont - � - 7.17 7.86 Tro|an 8.25 9.02 Western Mines 3.32 3.63 Westcoast Res 4.94 5.42 Western Explor 4.40 4.83 Utlca .14 .62 U.BVA .10 4.45 7.85 U.MVi 75.50 4.30 1.15 5.25 .23 5.60 13.50 .55 4.35 10.75 30.25 3.15 2..I0 5.25 .09 Vi .11 6.50 .41 8.00 3.30 .16 .37 1.41 .68 .30 3.75 .15 .32 .55 Livestock Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary Livestock CALGARY (CP) - Receipts to 11 a.m., 250 head, mostly mixed classes of slaughter cattle with the large percentage being cows. Trade was strong and active. Slaughter steers sold fully steady, sales to 31.40. Heifers were in short supply and selling steady. Cows were mainly medium and canner kinds. All grades of cows sold steady. Insufficient bulls on offer to establish a market. Choice steers 30.75 to 31.30, good 29.75 to 30.50, medium 28 to 29.50. Choice heifers 28.50 to 29.30, good 27.50 to 28.25, medium 26 to 27.25. Good cows 20 to 22, emidum 19.50 to 20.75, canners and cutters 16 to 19. Replacement cattle were mostly within the heavier weight range selling at steady prices. There were insufficient stock calves on offer to establish a market. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 30 to 33, few light weights to 35.60. Hogs base price 21.35 to 21.55, currently 21.55. New real estate office opens in city Wednesday SAVE ON TAXES WHILE YOU SAVE FOR RETIREMENT The Income Tax Act gives self-employed business and professional men specific income tax savings on funds set aside for retirement The Act permits up to 20% of annual earnings ($2500 maximum) to be deducted from taxable income when these funds go into a Registered Retirement Savings Plan. If you are already participating in a Registered Pension Plan where you work it still may be possible to obtain tax concessions on additional retirement savings. Your Manufacturers Life representative is trained to provide a high standard of Retirement Planning Service. Call him today for full information on our Registered Retirement Savings Plan-how it is designed to guarantee your financial security after retirement-and how your contributions can be deducted from taxable income. Fill out, dip wri in this cooyoa to em. E. A. "Ed" Brunner M.C. "Matt" Slavich Res. 327-7549 Ros. 327-6513 Eric Mayetke Res. 327-2851 Please send me information about tax savings on pcusJora for ffas self-employed. NAME.......... ADDRESS.............................................m CITY...................................................... MAHUFACTURERS UFE INSURANCE COMPANY 210 Professional Bldg. lethbridge Office Phone 327-5514 Toronto mines, industrials Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes) ill: 10 a.m. Quotes) - (11:00 a.m. Quotes) MINES Acme Advocate Asb. Akaltcho Area Mines Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chlmo Conwest Cons. Rambler Coin Lake Cochenour Cralgmont Dickenson Mine Denison Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines East Malartlc East Sullivan Falconbrldge Frobex First Marltlmes Giant Y.K. Gunner Granduc Headway R.L. Holllngcr Hud. Bay M-S Hydra Ex. Highland Bell Iron Bay iso Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Leitch Langls Silver Madsen R.L. Malartlc G.F. Martin McNeely Maybrun Maclntyra Meta Mldrlm Intern Mogul New Athona New Calumet New Imperial kiw, Noranda ', Northgate 2 07 Opemiska .47 Oslsko 1.70 Patlno .07 Pine Point 1.85 Placer Dev. .24 P.C. Exp. 14.62V4 Quebec Man 4.70 Rayrock Radlore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sllverflelds Sherritt Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock 43Va , Slscoe 9.00 Tek Corp. Texmont Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Har. Wlllroy Windfall Yellowknlfe Br. Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Abltlbl .301^ Alcan 1.05 Algoma Steel 9.15 Atco Ind 1.52 Atlan Sugar 6.95 Bell Tel 9.00 Brazil Trac 37.12ft B.C. Tel 21.62Va Burns ,18 B-c- Forest 2 75 B.C. Sugar 3,'50 CAE Ind j 72 Cdn Brew 30.00 2.05 23.50 2.35 1.70 9.75 .05 .15 1.42 26.75 .07 .90 58.50 .19 1.03 1.02 3.80 136.00 .22 1.28 .34 16.75 7.25 2.00 17.75 .03 2.78 1.80 6.25 .68 2.05 3.75 1.20 1.18 .21'A 10.25 ,30'/j Chemcell Col Cellulose Cal Power �1*1/. Coron Credit 3'"'/l C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indust '?J Cdn S. S. I* Cdn Marconi 52 Cdn Vlckers M Chyrsler 9.50 cpR .law Comlnco 134.00 cons Bath .18ft Cons Gas .31 Dlst Sea 10.75 Dom Bridge .15 Domtar .27 Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete 8.80 Dofasco 10.50 Fam Play .30Vi Fd of AAmer J7.75 Gt Cdn Oil 30.00 c*n Motors 32.62'A G� Lake> P,P m Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imperial Tob Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Go A . Int Utilities Indust Accept Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Metro Stores Massey Ferg 131/3 McMillan Blot 4.85 Moore Corp .11 Vi Molsons A Molsons B 8.25 North, Cent 25.00 Pembina Pp 15.871/4 Power Corp 9.12'/i Price Co 7.37Vi Rothmans 47.50 St Law Corp 16.75 Shell CDA 63.50 Simpson's 8.621/4 Simp Sears 23.00 Steel of Can 16.87V3 Selkirk A 5.50 Texaco 8.37V4 Traders Gp A  6.12'A Trans Mtn Pp 7.00 Trans Can Pp 27.75 Union Gas 1.55 Union Oil 15.75 Versatile Mfg 11.75 Westeel 29.50 Union Car 3.50 Weston's B 8.B7Vi Woodward's A 25.50 West Cdn Sd 69.25 Zenith Elec 12!oO BANKS 19.50 Can Imperial 50.75 Montreal 19.121/3 Nova Scotia 14.871/1 Royal 13.871/! Tor-Dom 11.12VJ 11.00 24.00 10.87V4 54.00 4.00 80.25 19.50 20.12V2 14.00 2.55 20.37V2 39.50 19.50 16.87VJ 46.25 27.25 7.871/1 37.00 17.621/a 7.25 5.50 4.00 5.50 33.00 11.371/t 27.25 34.00 16.50 16.00 15.87'/4 25.00 6.25 �.87'/i 13.75 19.00 35.25 18.121/4 23.50 ,v 27.50^' ~ 11.50 '.' '27.75 . , 33.7S 16.00 43.25 3.80 10.25 16.50 19.50 19.00 3.60 1.15 19.50 14.371/j 21.371/j 23.12V2 19.25 A special ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. Wednesidiay, officiated by Mayor Andy Anderson, will officially open the new Lethbridge Real Estate Board office at 522 6th St. S. The board was incorporated in 1956 and, at that time, operated out of a one-room office with a membership of 25 licensed realtors. The board now has a membership of 119 licensed realtors in the city and district. Lethbridge board president Woodrow Stringam said the new building was needed for expanded services, including: new educational and training facilities for members; more space to provide board room facilities; added space to speed up production of listings for a more efficient service; and new space for medical group insurance facilities for members and storage of a complete statistical file on all real estate, in the city and district. The board serves Lethbridge Canada to seek grain price hike Grain prices Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG (CP) - Oilseeds continued under heavy selling pressure at mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today and prices were on an easier pattern. Both rapeseed and flax had heavy hedge offerings and light exporter buying. Barley had a good commercial trade and oats and rye were steady. , Sale of cargoes of barley to Italy and West Germany was negotiated on the weekend. Friday's volume of trade was 1,315,000 bushels of flax, 3,802,-000 of rapeseed and 316,000 of rye. Mid-session prices Flax. May 3% lower 2.56%A, July 3% lower 2.56%, Oct. 3% lower 2.59%B. Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. AVi lower 3.12V4B, March 5 lower 3.02%, May 4% lower 2.87%, July 3% lower 2.81. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: April 4% lower 2.90B, June IVi lower 2.85V4A. Oats: May unchanged 89A, July, Oct., .not. open. B a rf?�y:. May unchanged ttS2%, |ul%!�nchanged 1.31%A, tet, urKhlnged 1.26A. Rye: May % higher 1.19%, July Vi higher 1.19B, Oct. not open. ORIGIN OF NAME The Douglas fir is named after botanistand explorer David Douglas, not Sir James Douglas. New York stocks Supplied by Richardson. Securities of Canada Amr T end T S2.87V4 Montgomery Ward 13.73 30 Golds 16S.M off .32 Anaconda 21.00 Sears 81.00 10 Base Met 92.67 off .42 ?�Jirel 22&Vi$,d O'Uof. N.J. 67.75 15 W 0IIT1�87 off .08 Chrysler 25.00 Texas Gulf 117.87'/4 Volume 1,184,000 Comsat 49.62V4 Texas Co 32.00 NEW YORK AVERAGES gupont 131.00 Woolworth 39.00 30 Indust 848.92 up 3.22 OM 79.62'A Westlnghcuse Elec 67.75 20 Ralls 180.05 up .52 , 28.621/4 U.S. Steel 33.87V4 15 Utilities 127.49 up .80 Int Harvester 29.62V4 TORONTO AVBRAOES 65 Stocks 2B0.31 up 1.12 Kenn Copper 36.871/2 20 Indust 178.10 up .55 Volume 7,280,000 Film companies merger denied NEW YORK (AP) - Darryl F. Zanuck, chairman of the board of 20th Century Fox, has denied that his company and MGM are discussing merger possibilities. President James T. Aubrey of Snowmobile mishap report mandatory CALGARY (CP) - New Alberta regulations under the snow vehicles act says all accidents involving snowmobiles, regardless of the amount of damage, must be reported to police. "We want a full picture of what is happening with accidents," Highways Minister Gordon Taylor said here in a telephone interview from Edmonton. "We will be keeping a close watch on the reports to see if we can find a pattern that would help establish new conditions for safe operation of the vehicles." The regulations stipulate that snowmobile operators must report all mishaps on the same form used for automobile accidents. The requirement was one of a number of regulations approved this week by the government. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayor announced Thursday that the two troubled film companies havo begun discussions with a view to combination of the Hollywood giants. NOT PRETTY KANSAS CITY (AP) - Pian 1st Arthur Rubinstein was about to have his picture taken. "I'm not pretty enough-let me look at myself," said Rubinstein as he bounced off a couch, He went to a mirror and studied himself carefully for several seconds. "Ah," he said, waving a hand and smiling, "unfortunately I always look the same." The 83-year-old pianist was here for a concert, one of 46 on his current tour. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) - Prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: Quoted 21.25 to 21.75, selling 21.60, average Friday 21.61. Calgary: Quoted 21.36 to 21,55 selling 21.55, average Friday 21.71. Red Deer: Quoted 21.25 to 21.30, selling 21.30, average Friday 21.70. Lethbridge: Quoted 21.45, selling 21.45, average Friday 21.81. Lloydminster: No sales. Total hogs sold 3,820. Total sold Friday 4,202, average 21.66 Sows 12.50. GENEVA (CP) - A new attempt to stabilize .the world wheat market opened today with Canada quietly seeking sympathy for production restraint as well as higher prices. Informants said the Canadian delegation, led by Maurice Schwarzmann, assistant deputy trade minister, is none too optimistic that the wheat bargainers will agree on production control. But there is some feeling among the Canadians that the agreed price range may edge upward particularly with the strengthening of the world wheat market after the 1969 price collapse. A spokesman for the World Wheat Conference, seeking a new pact to replace the current arrangement which expires next June, estimated that between 70 and 85 countries will have representatives during the month-long meeting. The Soviet Union, which describes itself as an exporter though it imports a lot of wheat from Canada, has agreed to participate. It was not a party to the previous conference in 1967, when negotiators optimistically agreed to boost floor and ceiling prices, only to see the pact breached by a wheat glut. SEEK PRICE DISCIPLINE Before they went into the conference, the Canadian group met with Ambassador George Ignatieff, head of the Canadian mission here. Ignatieff said later: "We go into these negotiations with a determination to see if we can come up with a greater degree of price discipline. That is our objective." Ignatieff said that the delegation will do everything it can to protect the Canadian position on the food aid scheme, under which the major countries provide low-cost or free wheat to needy countries. That will form a separate part of the negotiations. It will be "some days or weeks" before the negotiators can see what form the new agreement will take "but we CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY LIMITED DIVIDEND NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of Directors of this Company hat declared the One Hundred and Thirty-ninth dividend of Twenty-three and three-quarter Cents (23-',ic) per share payable on March 3rd, 1971 upon the outstanding Ordinary Shares to be paid to the shareholders of record at the close of business on Friday, February 5th, 1971. DATED at Calgary, Alberta this 11th day of January. 1971. By Order of the Board, A. i. Smith Secretary EDMONTON CATHOLIC SCHOOLS F. E. DONNELLY and H. M. MACDONALD will be at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel to Interview prospective teachers interested in employment with the Edmonton Catholic School District beginning September 1, 1971 on the following dates: January 28th - 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. January 29th - 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. January 30th - All Day Interviews will also be held at the University of Lethbridge ont January 28th - 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. January 29th - 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. have every hope that we will be successful," Ignatieff said in an interview. Informants said a major problem will be to reconcile differences that show up particularly between Canada and the United States. The American delegation wants an agreement with a great deal of flexibility-something like the old International Wheat Agreement that was succeeded by the grandiose and largely unsuccessful International Grains Arrangement that became effective in 1968. U.S. STAND HINTED As some Canadians see it, the U.S. would prefer to have the price floor and ceiling fixed to Canadian No. 1 northern wheat, the top quality grade. But since Canada is the main producer of this variety, the bulk of exports from other countries might be sold at such low prices that the Canadian export market might be effectively curtailed. Through techniques, bakers are able to use increased proportions of soft wheat varieties for making bread. There also is a big world market for low-grade wheat as animal feed, particularly in view of the American corn blight. Canadians likely will insist that a number of wheat varieties be included in the agreed price range, though perhaps not as many as the nine varieties named in the last pact. As negotiators gathered at the Palais des Nations for the closed-door bargaining, they had before them a draft negotiating text - marked "restricted"-to guide them in their negotiations. and district by providing training facilities for its members, providing a code of ethics to ensure protection for seller and buyer, renders valuable advice and assistance in the field of real estate merchandising, and concerns itself with the proper utilization of real natural resources, air and water pollution and housing. "Mr. Stringam said, "We are happy to have added to the growth of our city during 1970 and now, with enlarged premises, we feel a more permanent and important part of this great community. "The board is a service organization, not only for the members, but all realtors and the general public as well." He said the board is not only interested in the, education of a)l real estate people, but is completely concerned about their standard of ethics in dealing with one another and the public. Mr. Stringam said the lower floor of the new building will be used to provide much needed space for educational programs and the upper floor will house the business office and a board room. He said business in 1970 was up six per cent from the 1969 volume of $5 million. "We are looking forward to an upswing in business for 1971 with the university development on the west side. "We have great faith in the future of our city and intend to do our utmost to make a worthwhile contribution to both the city and the people of south Alberta." New stamp. SINGAPORE (Reuter) -Singapore has marked the honor of being the first country outside Britain to play host to a full Commonwealth conference by issuing a special commemorative set of postage stamps. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY LIMITED DIVIDEND NOTICES NOTICE Is hereby given that the Board of Directors of this Company has declared the Ninety-fifth quarterly dividend of Twenty Cents (20c) per share payable on March 1st, 1971 upon the outstanding 4% Cumulative Preference shares to be paid to the shareholders of record at the close of business on Friday, February 5th, 1971. NOTICE is also given that the Board of Directors of this Company has declared the Fifty-second quarterly dividend of Twenty-eight Cents (28c) per share payable on March 1st, 1971 upon the outstanding 5Va% Cumulative Preference shares to be paid to the shareholders of record at the close of business on Friday, February 5th, 1971. DATED at Calgary, Alberta this 11th day of January, 1971. By Order of the Board, A. J. Smith Secretary GAME ROOM SPECIALS 48" x 90" - RANDOM GROOVE 12x12x1/16 MAHOGANY PLYWOOD FLOOR TILE put P'99 SHEET ............... efjJJBl K............18W 12xl2xV* WHITE CEILING TILE PARTICLE BOARD 4' x 8' x W kf% OR PER SHEET ................ 64 sq. ft. per carton. �Rk AA PER X CARTON .............. W 4' x 8' x hi" m AR PER SHEET ................Q,w SHORT or CASH? CHARCI IT CRESTLINE BUILDERS MARKET LTD. LETHBRIDGE S INDEPENDENT BUIIDING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" USE YOUR CRESHINI BUDGET lACCOUNTII 123 30th St N Phonv 327 S444 or 3275 110 ;