Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Thursday, April 27, 1972 THE LETH8RIDGI HERALD 21 Stock prices up in slow trade TORONTO (CP) Gold Is- sues on the Toronto slock mar- kel remained fraclionaly lower while prices in most other major sectors climbed higher in slow m i d -m o r n i n g today. rading e Simpsons Sears rose 'B to Dominion Textile a-'i to Canada Permanent Mort- gage Corp. to SIH'A nnd Inlor- nalional Utililics 14 lo S'lO. D.IA (JAINS NEW YOHK (AP) Slock Tlie industrial index was up .23 lo 200.48, base metals .17 lo 90.02 and western oils .12 to 220.10. Golds were dov, n ,14 lo 175.25. Volume by II a.m. was shares, up from al the same time Wednesday. Banking, real eslale, food processing. Industrial mining, oil refining and trust and loan stocks scored moderate gains while communications, mer- chandising, steel, pipeline and utility issues drilled lower. Dominion Textile was up to Hamilton Trust to Shcrritt IB to S15-li, Ranger to S21V2 and Erie Di- versified to Falconhridge Copper climbed >.s to Noranda to SSVis, Alberta Eastern Gas 25 cents to and Canadian Ulililies >'i lo Falconbridge Nickel was down 2 to Stelco to Canadian Tire A to 5-W, Pa- tino Vz to and Pine Point to 522, BANKS SLIP MONTREAL (CP) Banks slipped fractionally as prices rose in all other sectors in light morning trading on the Mont- real stock market today. On index, industrials ad- vanced .03 to Ulililies .02 to 163.16, the composite .01 lo 203.74 and papers .91 to 04.52 while hanks declined .18 lo 269.57. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock markets at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with 51G.100 at Ihe same lime Wednesday. Denison Mines slumped 3 to Falconbridge Nickel to and Steel Canada U to market piicos edged ahead in today's moderately nclivo trad- ing. Tlie noon Dow Jones average of HO industrial stocks gamed 1.06 lo 9-18.00. Analysts said investors re- c CM v e d some encouragement from President Nixon's an- nouncement of further troop withdrawals from vSoulh Viet- nam. Among Canadians on the New Fairc York Slack Exchange, Mclnlyre, Porcupine was up I to ?77 Walker Gooderliam lost to and Internalional Nicke was off !'i to On the American Slock Ex change, changes were marginal Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Dolicrty, McCunig Limited) LAST HID OH SALE a.m. flunks) e.m. Cuoteii a.m. QuoleiJ WESTERN OILS Hugh Russell 17 75 Irweil Gi a East Gas tnera Ashland 6P Oil Gas Con South Cdn EK GBS Cdn Homeitd Cdn lid Gas 0 Cdn Super Cdn Long U Charter rhicllaii Dome PHi Gf Plain-, Gl Cdr> Oil Lochiel Narlfi Cdn Oil Numac Pancdn Pan Ocean Pelrol Pinnacle Place Crs POPdor Ranger 7 IS Musky Oil B 31.l2Vj Husky Oil 17.W Inler Prov Pipw 5.15 Inler Prov Steel Pacific 16.12'a I ot.tT.j MUI 5.10 rVU G' U.75 Nal Res 11.CO N.W. Fin 3 75 N Gro 7 5Q Pnn Gr 33.50 RovlUTid B Tern Gro Universal Vanguard C Vcnl VANCOUVER MINES 6 S'J Rdlnlci 42 M -1.10 .17 Tcledyro J EO i.OO West Cdn Seed 6. id IP V.'hKe Yukon ID.ST. 35.75 l.iS 37 JO CALGARY 6 JO Acroll ,50 l.iO Oil piping S.iO Madison Lvplw Norlh Cent .01 Balhi.rat IS.371'1 West Warner .S7 B'erda ll.B7Va PIPE LINE STOCKS Brycon 1.71 Alia Gns A SIS') ChyrchiM Crp -J2 Gas A'Pa Nal G.15 560 f-JJ 5f7 A 5 E7 7 27 7 6? A 03 5 J8 473 6.6) 5.37 6J3 762 i.J3 603 B.ll 1D.98 13 Of] 22 Inland 'I olal Ulsler 1..31 S.E5 West Pclc MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 73-5S 70.CO 15.a7iri 77.75 13.75 5 iO and C Gas. i h and C B Pfd Pacific Trans Gei 'Aeiro Gaz Welro A Tram Cda Plpi Trans Ctlo B i Trans Cda A Trans Cda War WC Trans WC Trans MUTUAL FUNDS reserves CALGARY Tlie Ca- nadian Petroleum Association said Tuesday 31.75 A >forne B Hud Day C Hud Day Oil JJ 00 Hud Oil Tfd M 13 All Crfn Com 8.62 V J2 UJDJSTR1ALS 'All Cdn Oiv 9.fr2 10.52 Block Dros 331 1 All Cdn Ven i 09 J.i7 B.C. Sugar 19 Amcr Gr Fd 4.93 7.61 Caol Inter 5.75 A.G.F- Sp Cresfbrtx.k Fw In AQQ Cdn Invest Fd 501 J Hys 3.10 Collect 6 BS 7 57 Inter Brew Commrn Inler li 47 15.85 Key Indusl 2 ComriK.Ti Lev 3 63 4.36Pacilic Wesr Air 19 OT J Ccrrj Invest fiAiSfampcdc Inl Rci Corp In 51 Fd 5.33 5.77 OILS Fd U.S. 1375 Oil .41 Gr 'income Sh 0-1 -i-MPiains Pefe 'j Gr Fqully 7.41 a 14Wcst Expfor .U By Gone Fawcctle FOffTHECAa AN ENGLISH AUTOMAKER HAS SOLVEDTHEMESSYDIP- STICK PROBLEM. A NEW DEVICE HASARSTON.WHICHMBJ PULLED MAKES VISIBLE A SUIGOFOIL IN A CAtlBRATED GLASS TUBE... ..AtlDA HfWPftfSSURE GAUGECANKUSfPTPTCST COM- Pension plan pay out increases OTTAWA (CP) The Canada Pension Plan, begun in 13CG with a 10-year transitional pe- riod, was paying out monthly benefits by the end of the 1970-71 fiscal year compared with a year earlier. It will be 197G before full re- tirement benefits are paid from the plan, which covers residents in nine of the provinces, and is dovetailed with (he Quebec Pen- sion Plan, In the meantime, revenues continue lo outstrip benefit payments by a wide margin. The CPP annual report, re- leased here, shows that con- into Ihe plan in 1970- 71 tolalled million, and in- terest on investments added about million. Uenefits paid out totalled million compared with million a year earlier. The revenues and expendi- tures of the plan will come more closely in Une when ful benefits begin flowing out in 197G. Allowing for adjustments, the maximum monthly retire- ment pension in 1976 will be about a month. Al Ihe end of the 1D70-7L fiscal year, a total of retire- ment pensions were being paid out, along with disability pensions, bencfils for llic dependent children of disabled contributors, widows pen sions, orphans benefits, 2; disabled widowers pensions anc 200 pensions which combine! (wo or more of Ihe others There were also lump- sum death benefits paid put. Since the plan began in 19GS, benefits paid out have totalled million. At (lie end of the 1970-71 fiscal year, the CPP ac- count held a balance of million. Toronto mines, industrials (Supplier! By Ilicharclson SccnrlMcs ol Canada) LAST BID OR SALE 1 :PO a.m. si ill 'Of (UiQO a.m. Quotes) DIVIDEND NOTICES NOTFCE is hereby given thai the Board of Directors of I his Company hm declor- ed ihe One Hundredrh quar- terly dividend of Twenly (20c) per share payable on June 1, 1972 upon 'he ou Island ing 4% Preference iharcs lo be paid lo the jhare- holderi of record ot iho close of business on Monday, May 15. 1972. NOTICE is also given Ihc Bonrd of Direelors of this Company has declared 1he Fifty seven fh dividend of Twenly-seven Cenfs (27c) per share payable on June 1, 1972 upon the oulitanding Cumulative Preference shares to be paid 1o I ha shorcholders of record or ihe close of business on Monday, May 15, 1972. DATED at Calgary, Alberfa this, 20th day of April, T972. By Order of the Board A. J. SMITH SecFBfary .ii Osisko 1.75 Pine Point .J4 Prater DEV. ?.4Q P.C Exp. .25 Quebec Man 3; SQ JD.T2' j 3.10 11 1 18 Chiino Con-Aesl Cons Ram Coin Corhenour- Craigmonl Dichenaon Dei i Win Deer Him D'Llflana WalartTc Snlllvan Fakontridge F-coMX Firsl Warilimti Gfanl Y.K. Bey is Granduc R.L. Hollinqer Hudson Day Al-S Hydra fjt. rrcn Bay Joliat Quebec Kerr Arfdiion Key Aracon Labrador l.angli srtver Alads.cn R.L. WaFdrfic G.F. McHeely rV.aclnlyre Alirlrim Intern Wtxjtjl NJ Wcsl Hemps Nei 1.13 33 50 Rio Algnm 17 !S Roman Corn fl.ii Shtrrill Gordon 15.12VJ Silver A'.iller Steep 7.03 Tck Corp. 5 75 Texmoril -i9 Upper Cannda 3.OS Mines .1 PS Hargrcave-s 1.15 Willroy 1.11 i Wir.dFall .0? YoirowknTPi Hear Cab'e F-3 Of Arrer Gt Cdn Oil Gen Molori Gl PSD Cull Oil Cdn Huron trie Hiram V.'olk Imperial Oil Int Nichel In! Pipe Inv Gp A Inl UMilici Indusf Accepf 1 aurontidc Quotes') 15.37', 35.50 34 SO 77 75 (9.13 A. AS 7 9. CO 17. 37' Tfl.621, 2.EO SASKATOON (CP> rales on rapeseed products dis- criminate agniiLst western pro- ducers and Ihey sliould bo low- ered in the public interest, Sasp ARricuKure Minis- :or Jack Mcsscr said here. He told llic Canailiaii Trans- port Commission hearing itito I Ihc freight, rale Mmclure on Llic rapcsced oil and meal the freight, rales put Prairie pro- cessors at a competitive disad- vantage in relation to eastern Canadian and foreign crush- ers. lie said freight rates, as they now stand, favor "long (Us- ance transfer of raw products to major consumer markets pri- to transformation into con- sumable form." Four western crushing plants supported by the three Prai- rio governments have sue cessiully applied to the CTC for a review of freight rates. Tlic western industry argues that high freight rales on pro- cessed rapeseed will eventually cause the processing industry to he centred in the east. With present freight rates, western crushers will he able to compete only In the "rela- imnistralive complexities. A policy statement tabled Monday in the pro po.scd a lax on proved crude oil reserves still in the ground to raise between million and million during Mr. Macicj suid determining what these reserves are and n fair price for them will require supermen. The assessor will re- quire knovi ami .skills ranging from oil pricing to law and reservoir "I don't know whore they arc going lo find these supermen." Hill Dickie, minister of mines and minerals, loM a Calgary news conference Ihe govern- ment position poses sonic diffi- The objective seems lo he a 50-por-t ent boost in revenues from oil. Mr. Nicklc paid the govern- me tit should that a pnrt nf this could come from higher revenues un- der Ihe existing royally struc- ture because of increased pro- duction expected in 1972-73. On this basis, he said, it shouH be possible to reduce or eliminate n tax under the Min- eral Tax Acl. Oil revenue iblcms then; is nu cloubl nlxniL Curl Nickle, publisher of The Daily Oil bulletin, soul a las on reserves would be "cxlremc- ly eUUicLiU" to apply because of lively small, slow prowl h prai- curies. rie inarkels for vegetable oils! "We will navo pn and meai." ]tivc_lo assessment HANFIULD The argument that disparate freight rates on nipesecd o i 1 noving from Vhc west could ransfcr (lie crushing industry o eastern Canada was echoed DV John Ilanliclcl, president of Llic Ilapesced Association of Canada. Mr. Unnficld, who is also ex- ecutive vice president of West- ern Canada Feed Processors Ltd. of Lcthuridge, said west- ern producers have slrcsscd Hie necessity of terminating the disparate freight rates. As a result of meetings with the railways certain reductions hearings scheduled Machinery sales up OTTAWA (CP) Sales of farm machinery in Ihc first two months of this year wore 17.7 per tent aho .his year wore 17.7 ivc the same months i M1PS; EDMONTON (CP) Hear- ings into Alberto's new oil rev- enue policy will begin Tuesday, May 23, arul last for four the legislature, meehmj us a committee, decided today. The new policy, which will raise between Stfl million if accepted, would crude oil reserves still in (lie ground The commiUee. mealing under Uie chairmanship of Don McCrimmun f IV-Ponokal nlso laid down Ihe rules of Ihe hcar- havc becm obtained, but t h e a year earlier, but the national I basic inequity continued. Despite reductions liis com- pany still vas paying 79 cents a hundredweight on meal from Tliumlcr Bay lo Montreal while rapesecd purchased by Caiilin, an eastern company, goes lite same route for 4-1 cents a hun- Mr. Banficlcl said. INDUSTRIALS Abifibi Alton Steel .70 7.75 1.70 7.00 M 71 iO 1 tV: a 25 S2.T2V; 9 75 7.O 13 35 Price Co i B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Valley 4J 7 21 .B7 Kolhn i SI La' Corp I CDA .17Va CAE I Cdn .23 Chen- C.WS. G Cdn Indu: Marconi 71.CO Cdn Virkers .10' i Chryslc-r .16 CPR 9.70 Comlnco Cons Balfi Shell 1V.75 Simpson's 29.67 Simp Seara 7.6T.J Sletl of Can 7.S') Selkirk A. Texaco 1.90 Iratfers Gp A. 35 VJVt Trans Win Pn 1.15 Tnrva Can Pp 12 CO Union Gas 15.42' 'a UnTon Oil Me. lei W. Horse Copper No rand a Ncrlhgdle P.iil .1? .23 7.30 35.50 5.75 Cdn VJ.H, Gas Disl Sea Dom Eridgs Domt.ir Dam TcxtFie 3 9i 11 fr.'j 34 CO U Jmi 3B.CO 9.25 19.CO 35.50 33.37', a satile iV. V.'eik-el Union Car V.'rslon's B BANKS Can Imperial Me nf real Nova Scclia 21 JO 31.37' a.7S 121] 14 0-0 2J.75 i.1 75 21 JO 13-15 9 10 7.75 119.25 31.DO 13ir3 14 37Vi 34.CO 3D B7'i -1.55 31.75 14.01 19.5') 37.53 3.BO Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CF) Rape, seed prices worked lower fol- lowing a similar (rend in Chi- cago soybeans at mid-session (he Winnipeg Grain Ex- 7S.50 Tor-Do New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Sccnrilleii of Canada) Amr T and T Anaconda Beln Slecl Chrysler Int Harvester Kenn Copper W.ont Ward 47 Sears Sid. of N J, 31.75 Texas Gulf 3i.rj''i Texds Co. GcfdE 17i.3i off 13 JQ.WV-i 10 Base Me Is 9i.l3 UD .36 117.50 15 Oils 2IG Q9 up .n 30 37'a Volume Corp. ti.JS HEW YORK AVERAGES J03i 30 IndL'Sl PIB.OO up l.Oi Elcc 30 Rails 2W 17 off .fil U.S. Slcel 3050 IS UlilifiEi 1D9.3T off 47 TORONTO AVERAGES Slocks 333.54 up .25 30 Ir.dusl 30034 up .11 Volume Canadian held in Algeria ALGIERS (Renter) A Ca- nadian computer engineer, Rob- crL Noel, was .irresled as lie was leaving Algeria 12 days ago at the end of Iris two-year con- tract, Canadian embassy sources here said today. The government newspaper El Moudjahid said Noel, 31, from Normandin, Que., has been charged with "harming the internal security of Uic state and economic spying." It said he was detained at the airport when police found he was carrying confidential docu- ments belonging to Scmatrach, (he stale-run oil and natural gas concern. Inquiries showed that he had taped confidential scien- tific programs, the newspaper said. Livestock report vSask. dam bill a I 891 million OTTAWA (CT1 The South Saskatchewan Hivor Dam pro- ject initiated In 10.58 by then prime minister John Dicfenba- kcr has cost taxpayers mil- lion in construction costs lo date. The amount was given in a Commons reply to Adrien Lam- bert v" also asked whether the Bank of Canada financed the project. He was it didn't. FREIGHTER FINED VANCOUVER (CP) The Panamanian freighter Holy was fined here for polluting Vancouver Harbor oil Nov. IT PAYS TO LEASE! Leasing freei your working capital. [.easing provides reliable tramp or rat ion at cost. You fust sign a contract and pay ONE regular monlhly fee. Your lease can include maintenance, licence and lurancs Contact BORIS KORESHENKOV, Leasing and Insurance Depl. BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. 2nd AVE., 9lh ST. S. PHONE 328-1101 Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts o 11 a.m. today on Llic Cal- ;aiy livestock market tolalled .025, head, mostly good and choice slaughter Klecrs and cows. Trade was strong and ac- ive with a good local demand. Slaughter steers were 50 cent higher and heifers sold 'ully steady. Cows were mainly medium and canner kinds with all grades selling generally steady for quality. Heavy and over-finished bulls were diffi- cult lo sell. Choice steers 36.75 to god 35.50 to 35.50, medium 33.50 lo 35. Choice heifers 34.50 35.30, good 33.25 lo 3J.25. me- dium 31 to 33. Good cows 27 to 23, medium 25 to 20.50, ear- ners and cutters 20 to 21.50. Good bulls 27 to 20.50. medium and overfat 26.00; canners and Replacement scarce and cattle maihly weighing SOO to pounds and heifers in Ihe 600 to 700- pound range. No slock calves were on offer early. Good feeder steers under 750 pounds 37 lo 30.50, 750 rounds up 34.50 to 36.70. Good feeder heifers 32 to 33.50. Hogs average base price 23.30. Mcideod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On offer at the Kort Macleod Auction Market ihis week were 1.102 callle snrl calves. Slaughter steers and heifers were slrong- er, cows easier and stockers and feeders steady. A good percentage medium and overflcshed cattle were on offer. Choice steers to 35.80; good to low choice 33.80 to 36.20; Rood Holstein 32.00 to 32.80. Choice heifers 3-1.00 to 34.70; good (o low choice 32.00 to 33.00; good cows 27.00 to 28.00; 25.20 to cutters 10.50 to 23.00. Shelly kinds 10.00 to 15.00; good holognn bulls 27.00 to 20.70; good butcher hulls 35.20; medium 23.00 lo 30.30. Good short keep steers 36.00 f670 to 780 33.40; fleshy (SOU lo 650 pounds) 30.00 to 43.00; green (550 to pounds) 42.00 to 45.00; green (450 to 525 pounds) (o 48 00. Good short keep heifers 32.00 to 33.00; good 550 to 650 pounds 31.00 lo 32.50; good 550 to 650 pounds replacements 37.00 to 40.50; good 450 to 550 pounds 36.00 to 38.00. Fat slock cows with calves at foot to 400; bred cows and heifers S275 to 3-10. lo 37.00; fleshy 11 pounds) 35.60 to Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided hy the Alberla Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton 28.40, average Wednesday 28.38. lied Deer 28.35, average Wednesday 28.37. Calgary 28.30, average Wednesday 28.37. Lelhhridge nil, average Wednesday 27.90. Lloydminsler nil, average Wednesday 27.90. Grande Prairie nil, average Wednesday 27.50. Kairvicw nil, average Wednesday nil. Fort Macleod nil, average Wednesday 28.40. Tola I hogs sold Tolal hogs sold Wednesday Av- erage 28.37. Sows average 21.15. change today. Trading In rape- Feed was mostly liquidalion. Flax prices fluctuated frac- .ionally in (air volume and rye irices moved rlowiT on liquida- ion and some exporter buying on a scale-down pallcru. Other commodities were fea- .ureless and quiet. Volume of trade Wednesday as bushels of flax, of rpaeseed and 000 of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: May 1 lower 2.30; July unchanged 2.78A: Oct. -ns high- er Nov. lower 2.75'iB. Rapeseed Vancouver: June lower Sep. 2 lower 2.59'.iD; Nov. 1% lower Z.SG'.SA; Jan. lower 2.53HA. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 2 "A lower 2.593.iA; July I lower 2. OoD; Oct. Us lower Nov. 1 lower 2.52A. Oats: May unchanged 60A July arid Oct. -not open. Barley: May unchangec July unchanged l.OOli A; Oct. not open. Rye: May 1-5 lower 1.02'iB July unchanged 1.03D; Ocl. >'s lower LOHiB. Grain quotes Wednesday (ba- sis High Lol Close ..Klax May Jly 279'i 273 276' i 276! i increase included skyrocketing sale.s in the West and plummet- ing talcs in the Atlantic Prov- inces. Statistics Canada reported Wednesday that palc.s increased by 50.6 per cent in Alberla. 50.2 per cent in Saskatchewan. 2G.S per cent in Manitoba, per cent iu Oalario and 3.4 per cent in Quebec. In [lie Atlanlic Provinces, sales fell -11.5 per cent, while in IJritish Columbia Ihey dropped 10.7 per cent. Over-all E30.3 million worth of farm equipment including re- pair pads was sold in January nd February, compared wilii 25.7 million last year. Ontario ad the largest sales, mil- ion. Sales of repair parls were lown in every province for a intional decrease of 19.1 per cent. In the first two months of 972 58.8 million In repair parts vere sold. The most dramatic Jump In new equipment sales came Prairie purchases of large larm tractors. There were 260 tractors over 80 horsepower sold in Saskal rhcwan. up from 32, 175 in Al- berta, up from and 53 ii Manitoba, up from 23. 231 ZTGIi 276 Oct Nov 2V71-z R.iprsocil Vancouver Scp 261 261U Nov 257 257U Jan llapcsccd Tliundcr Bay Jntcul to submit written submissions musl made no later than 5 p m.. May 10, all submissions musl be In by May 10. Submissions must be made In 100 copies; Moiilaiia-Regina pipeline hacked HF.GINA CCP) The Sas- katchewan governmenl s 11 p- porls an application for per- mission to construct a 12 3--inch pipeline from Reciua lo Poplar, Monl., a national energy board hearing was told here. The 117-imile line has been proposed by VTnsrana Pipe -Hie Ltd. a new company ormcd by two Calvary com- lanies. Gibson Petroleum Corp. Jd, and Murphy Oil Co., and Western Cnrrle Oil Inc. o[ Uen- ,'cr, Colo. Beef futures (CP1 Live bee? futures close Wednesday. May 3G.OO; Jly 35 1013; Sep 33.20B. Tuesday's volume: Six con- tracts. a <_5 1003 4th Avenuo S., Lothhridgo Telephone 32B-4-I26 vires May Jly OcL Nov Onts May f Jly Oct narlr.y May ir Jly Ort 11 Rye- May Oct 267 253 262 250 i'j 262 i 253 en KS-; 70 lll'i HIr-3 104 101 10J 102'i 101 104 103 101 FENCING LUMBER (FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICiS) x 8" x 14' and 16' Lengths Kiln Dried Spruce Sat., April 29th 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon Hangcir No. 2, Airport (No Delivery) The following item which ran on Page 5 of The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK should have read as follows: CASE TRACTOR Power Priced 1175 F.O.B. CARDSTON PROCTOR GAMBLE CELLULOSE, LTD. Has immediate openmgi for Ihe following posh ions at Mi bleached kraft pulp mill in Grnndo Prairie. support in wnstt for ENVIRONMENT CONTROL ENGINEHrt Rcsponsibililici fo include: obiiily lo provide elfeclfve lech nice I Irealmcnl, lo develop and manage training program successful opcrolion of wailo trcolmenl facililics, ability lo worV eftcclively wilh govcrnmonial and con- sulling agencies. Qualifications; chemicaf, mechanic a I or chemically oriented snnifory engineer several years experience. -Thorough knowledge of environmonlol conlrol air and wafer pollution problem! In the kraff pulp in- Some experience in work consulting nnd regulatory cgenciei n definite asset. PRODUCTION ENGINEER Responsibilities !o include: -abilJfy ro demon si rale leadership operation; ohilify ond mil solutions, nbilily lo com olmosphere, (rain equipment. Qualifications: Graduate cng of d.-pcn He 1 proble nd syslcmi a-.alysii on-manogcri in the operalicn of process with a basrc discip'rne cf chemical, mpchar-jcal, civil or rlcelrkal ongmecring, 5 8 years experience in process, induslrin including n portion at a supervisory levef, pulp mill experience desirable bjt not essential. PRODUCT QUALITY MANAGER Responsibilities to include: obilify to coordinafe overoll quality control effort ihe manufacturing unils lo prevent end eliminate finished product quality problems, ability to manage a Cenlraf Control [o bo no lory, cbilify to communicate diredy Technical and Seles groups lo facililaro Ircns'alion of cuslcrner to viable p roc e M product Oualifitnlfoni: Graduafo cf-icmicol engineer with rich history o' pufp mill experience, Experience in working and communicoling, bolh Orally nnd in writing, with people on a team basis, -Experioncn in quality contrcl sysfemi and their appficolions., of mdependcnt thinking and development AnMcipaled doto of employment for any of the Ifsled pojilfoni would ba July 1, 1972. Applications should be lubmilted in not loler than May TO, 1972, lo: Personnel Manager Proctor and Gamble Cellulose, Lid. R. R, No. 1, GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alberla.