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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 WE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wedruidny, February 1, 1972 Gold stocks soar in TSE trading 3G5 ICO at the Game time Tiles day. Metropolitan Stores gained lo Steel Co. of Canada 3i S29'i, Toronto-Dominion Bank 31 lo and Newfoundlani Light and Power Co. -Is to Falconbridge Nickel down IVi lo Power 1 to Imperial lo on shares, and Husk? Oil 3i D.IA IT ,07 lo YORK CAP) Slock Volume by It a.m. was 1.15 j rrarket prices advanced today million fhari-s. up sharply from j as selective buying interest TORONTO (OP) Cold is- sues on Ihe Ton slock mar- ket so.'tred sharpy higher as prices in major sectors recorded advances in active mid-m on; ins trading lod.iv. The tiold ir.dex jumped (i.M to -vakr of heavy buy- ing and higher prices for gold on Furopo.'iJ] bullion markc-lo. The western oils index was up 1.12 to me als .W to !'JV2I. IpAluptrhls slipptnl 756.000 at tlie siinie Tues- day. Advances oirjiumbercd de- clines I7fi to at, with 199 issues Beverage, communications, food processing, real estate and merchandising stocks moved moderately higher. Among advancing gold issues, Dome Mines was up lo ?G7, Camflo 15 cents to S3.75. Giant Yellowknife 15 cents to S8.90 and Mndsen six cents to 99 cents. Thomson rose 1 to Dylex tn S13, Texas Gulf Sulphur ii lo S19, Denison i-j to Canadian Superior Oil 'i to 542 and Bushnell Vi to 58' i. Cadillac was up to SlO's, Fr.'ccrbridge Copper lo Sll'j. Sielcii 10 S2S3j. Placer 'i to K5'-.; CassiarkVi lo Calgary Power dropped '4 to S27, Zollers ss to SlG'-i, Imperial Oil s., lo S.W.I and Sherrilt to PRICES LOWER MO'.TREAL ;CP) Prices were lower m all sectors in light trading on tlie Montreal stock market today. On index, industri.ils declined .74 to 2CO.H, iilililics .05 lo 163.99, hanks .70 lo -271.02. the composite .59 lo 201.IP and pa- pers .04 to 83.15. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with buoyed (he markel. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 3.2-4 at 905.03. Advances held a healthy lead over declines on the New York Stock Exchange. Among Canadians, Dome Mines advanced -ni to Mclntyre Porcupine off at and Hudson's Bay Min- ing to ?2Hz. By Gene Fawcelle TWESE'3 A NEW NON-FOI5CN OUS RANT 5PSAYFDR INSECTS THAT ATTACKS THEM IN AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT WAY: IT GUMS THEM UP-UTER4LLY! THE SUBSTANCE IS BASIC IN- GREDIENT IN BUBBtE WHICH CL06STHEMUFSOTHEY CAN'T EAT AND MUST DIE... HUMANS BE6OOO FOR THE PUNTS, JS Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Oilseeds continued on lower price levels at mid-session today en the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. All other commodities re- mained near previous clos-3 le- vels on a light trade. Tuesday's volume of trade was (HS.OOO bushels of flax, of rye and of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May 1 knver July ?i lower Oct. 1 loner 2.533jB. Rapeseed Vancouver: March i higher 2.51B; June 1U low- er 2.43-liA; Sep. V-i lower A. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 2'j lower 2.33liA; July 2 lower Oct. 1's lower Oats: May unchanged July undtanged 6tiV4; Oct. nol open. Barley: May and July no open; Oct. unchanged 1.09B. Rye: May unchanged 1.017i July 'i higher Oct. no open. WINNIPEG (CPi Grain quotes Tuesday (basis Lake High Low Close Flax May Jly 2374 Ocl Rapesecrl Vancouver Mar 253 250U -2o03i Jun 247'j 244'i 244'i Sep 242 !s Rapeseed Thunder Bav FOR SALE SAINFOIN SEED A perenlnl forage or pasture egumo that does not cause aloaf, similar lo alfalfa at .406 Per Ib. For more information see your district agricultciisl or B. Van- dervalk, Box 381, Fort Mac- 'eod. Phone 234-2114. May s Jly 23714 Oct Oals May 68 Jly Oct Barley May "lOS'l Jly Oct Hye May Jly 9914 Oct 235 Vi 2354 236 235'i 70 1037s 109 1017k 101 Vi Beef futures WINNIPEG fCP) Live beef futures close Tuesday. May 34.ISA Jly 33.BON. Monday's volume: 12 con I tracts. NW INVESTMENTS LTD. NW EQUITY FUND LTD. NW GROWTH FUND LTD. NW FINANCIAL FUND LTD. For a confidential discussion call or write _ ____ DICK BATEMAN, 609 10 St. S., Lethbridge Ph. 327-5137 MCGREGOR LORD co. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS Wish to announce the admission to partnership of W. ROBERT JACOBSON, B.Comm., C.A. The firm will continue to practice under ihe name of MCGREGOR LORD co. 04 7ih STREET SOUTH LETHRRIDGE P.O. BOX TELEPHONE 323-6691 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Morrtreal 365 a.m. Quotes) WESTERN OILS Alminex 6.05 Aim East Gas Asamera Aslilflnd BP Oil Gas Can South (Hn Ex Gni Crin Homcsld Cdn Home Pfd Cdri Ind Gns Oil Ctln Long li Cdn Super Chieflan Dome Pefc Gl Plalni Gt Cdn Oil Lcchlel Norln Cdn Oil (Supplied by Dnlicrly, LAST HII) Oil SALE a.m. Quotes) 11 Ml Mul At Huqli Oil Irt 6 10 Husky Oil U i'S 20.12Vi Husky Oil Wiir 6 3r. Inter ProJ I'ipe 5.93 Inlor Prov Slc-cl B.I171 Mnl _____ 574 6.33 Grow Fd 5.75 6.32 7.18 7.85 J (13 5.37 6.D2 tl 5Di Kfli MGF fAan1 Pacific PJ Rainier Tckilynp Ciln While Wee: 'Afli-ner 50 PIPELINE STOCKS NW Financ NW Princi Cro' TemplGlon Grow 6.01 6.57 United Accm 5.58 5.BO Univer 7.70 0.6D VANCOUVER MINES Pan Cdn Pete Pan Ocean Petrol Pinnacle Place GBS Ponder Ranger Scurry Rain Spooner Splhens lolal Ulster VJ. Oecalta West Pete INDUSTRIE Aquatnine Brlnco Cdn A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pacific Inv Crowsnest Ind Cyqnus A Cygnus B Falcon Copper Genslar Home A Home B Hud Bay Co Hud Bay Oil 15.42V; Alia Ci._ Alia Nfll Gas I.JO InlamI Nat Gns Norlh-Ceni Gas Norm-Cent B Pf 1.12 Pf n m i: 75 Anuk Atlas Lxplor GiVhursI Norse 7 (Jrcntla Churchill Copper j Crnydfn Dankoft Doily Vardsn Dynnsfy I or( Reliance. Mascot GrrnlslL- Krimluops Copper .70 Pdclfic 17. QQ 13.75 Lyllon Mlnrrals 17.42'A Gai Met Pf A 1 51 Pipe 950 Trans-Ccla Pf B 4.'-3 Trans-Cdii Pf A 1.70 Trans Cd.i War fi EO Weslccwst Trni Weilc iB.00 Pyramid 39 50 Silver Sland -1350 Texmonr 73.CO Troinn 12 SO Coppsr 37 Wcsfcoos! R5S. 11.00 INDUSTRI FUNDS Clock Bros, i" All 'Cdn Com a.60 9-10 I 55.1 All Cdn DIvid 9.rtO 1 5.7S All Cdn Vent 3 8-1 -1 30 31.00 Amer Grow Fd 6.42 7.27 :e.OO AGF Special 3.3S 27.37VJ Ccln Invest Fd 5.09 5.5S t 27.12VJ Coiled Mut 6.63 7 33 t Cmnwlth Inf U.CI 15.-10 I rt 75 C.-i1) D.C Suqar Pf II 3 21 CO J3 75 Lev 3.44 4.02 Corp Invest 5.08 6.5J Corp In Slk Fd 5 1-! 5.42 Drey Fd U.S. 15.30 Grp In Shares 3.85 -1.23 EqoilV 7.11 7.82 vest Grow Fd 12.00 1312 Mariner 2D.OO Ifi DO A.25 -1.20 3.65 .36 3.B5 3.BO .76 Hud Bay ON Pfd Invest Mut Okanagan Hellcop P.icific West Air U "5 Slamp Inl'l Res 1.00 OILS ftlhany Oi'i a Plains Pete 28 5.73 6.33 Wesl Cxplor .10 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Sccnrilies of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) MINES B.m. Quolesl Broulan BrunswicK Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Chlmo Cons Ramb'er Coin Lake Craigmont Dickensnn Mines Den is on Mines Deer Horn D'EMona Dome Mines Donalds Discovery Mines East Maianic Eaii Sullivan Frobcx First 'Aaritimei Giant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway R.L. Holllnqer Hudson Bay MS Hydra Ex. Iron Bay ho Joiiet Uue'cec Kerr Ad-J'iDT Key Anii-.n Labrador Lake Shnrs Langis SlKer Madsen L. MalarMc G.F. w'a.-lnfyre Mela Intern Mogul New Alhona New Calumet W. Horsa Copper Noranda Northgatfl Narlex Pine Point 237 24 2 53 1.60 19.50 1.P2 1 72 6 55 1.75 Placer DEV P.C. Exp. Cjebec Rayrcck Rariiore Algom Roman Corp. Sherrilt Gore Silver Miller Steep Rock Tek. Ccro. Tcxmor.l Upper Canada 5 Western Mines i wi-igl.1 Hargreaves i Willrcy 1 Windfall Yellowknlfe Bear INDUSTRIALS 25.25 2 ".0 i 10 .05 a.m. Quoles) 21.75 .n 3.30 Ablllbl Alcan Algoma S'eel Alco Ind Allan Sugar Agra Ind Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar Bow Valley CAG Ind Cdn Chc-mLCil Cci Cellulose Cal Power Coron Credif C.w.N. Gas Pf Can indust Canda S S Mar oni Cdn Chrysler TPR Comlnco Cons Ba'h Cons Gas Cdn W.N- Ga Dist Sea Dom Bridge Damlar Dom Textile Dor-n SI ores Dome Pcle Dcfasco 655 19 50 1.'. 10 75 7.00 10.75 45.50 20.50 641IV7 U.I5 22.37V2 19.37's 30 37', j 6.75 B 10 13.25 14 00 DO 3.00 15.12-.2 24 00 9.CO 20 75 33 00 li E71? 11.42V2 2175 CAB Fd ol Amer G Cdn Oil Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Int Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Gp A Inf Ulilitiels Indust Accepl Laurenllcie Kelly Doug A Lcelj Loblaw A Metro S'ores Massey Ferg A'.cMillan Corp Morons B Norlh, Cent Pov.-er Corp Price C0 Rolhn- Lav: Corp Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Sears Steel ol Can Scik.rk A Tsxaca T.-jrJers Gp A Trasn Mln Pp Trans Can Pp Union Oil Versatile Mfg V.'esleel Union Car Weston's B Woodward's A West Cdn Sd Zcnilh Elec BANKS Can Imperial Montreal Nova Scolia Royal Tor-Dom 17 62', i 72.00 5. JO Bl.W 17 2875 17 25 2 90 29.75 .14.50 3.1. OT 22.12'A 31. JO 9.3 7 V2 21.10 13.25 6.00 3 50 6.1! 'A lfl.00 U j7'''a 22-37 Vi 14-25 7.12W a. oo IB 50 21 00 37.55 23.25 32.25 19.37'2 J2 121 3 13. CO SOT 14 CO 1475 29.75 22.61' 3 31.62 '.a 3-1.25 Neio York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities ot Canada) Amer T and T Anaconda Bolh Slsel Chrysler Comsat DuDonf Gen Molws K-nn Copper Monigom Ward Sears 1600 Std Oil of N.J. Ji.SO Texas Gull Texas Co, 1S4.00 i Wgslinc' Elec1rk US Steel 3335 TORONTO AVERAGES 20 inds 198.03, up .17 100 JO Golds 1fl7 li. Up B9 75.15 10 Baso Met B6.14, up .3? 15 West- Oils 222.22, up .73 33 7S Volume WEVJ YORK AVERAGES 30 Inds 905.01, up 3.24 20 Rails 257.30, up 1.12 li UM 11547, off .13 45 Slocks 317.30, up .98 Volume Mobile dental clinic plan operates in Saskatchewan REGfNA (CP) A mobile dental clinic program has been operating in southeastern Sas- katchewan since Sept. 1.1970. The program constitutes a team approach lo dental service in areas not largely served by regular dentists. Funds for the operation were provided by the federal government and it looks after the needs of some children to a maximum age of 13. Tlie team includes a certified Co-operatives told to unite SASKATOON (CP) West- em Canada's 450 retail, consu- mer and farm supply co-oper- atives should consolidate tbeir Derations into a single organ- ization, R H. Doyes of Saska- toon said here. The president of the Feder- ated Co-operatives Ltd. told 700 delegates tn the association's annual meeting that the future of the co-operative relail sys- tem is at slaJic. He urged them lo acccpl a proposal for nnc consolidated retail cn-operalivc for western Canada. Consolidation has become in- evitable because of rising oosls, intense competition and rahiml incomes of existuig co opera- tives, he said. "it's JU.M piiiin rnaiin'inai.ics to see something has lo be con PI.KNTY OK BOOKS Tho Kovernmcnl sponsored British Council operates more than 120 libraries in 55 coun- tries. dentisl, three certified dental assistants who have taken a nine-month course in Saskatoon, and two dental auxiliaries who are qualified to fill, drill and extract baby teeth only, under supervision. A mobile dental clinic also will operate in rural areas of Nova Scotia this summer. Dean J. D. McLean of Dalhou- sie University's school of den- tistry said in Halifax that the clinic is tho outgrowth of a three-year pilot-project study carried out by the school. The clinic will be located this summer in New Gcrmanx, N.S., a village which has lacked den- tal services for three years. Tlie clinic will concentrate on serv- ing school and prc-sehool chil- dren. SERVED BY RAH. CAR The Ontario government pro- vides dental treatment for chil- dren of elementary and pre- school age by means of a CXH car travelling to remote North- ern Ontario communities. The car i.s manned hy a den- tist and a dental It stops at each community for two to three months to care for people of lhat district. Places served include Armstrong, Nak- ir.a, Folcyet, Mooso- ncc and Ilornepayne. Only emergency treatment. Is provided for ;idulls. A W Rail cnr was used for n similar purpose in the North until about a nionlh ago when .service. The government plans lo replace it soon with a vehicle travelling by road. Tlio defence department has four five one-chair mohilc denial clinics for use in tiokl training exercises. None are used for civilian personnel or at pnmianonl. insinuations. SKELETON STAFF Budgef cuts at the University of Calgary have forced most departments ro trim spending and in some cases to dismiss staff. So the archeology department dug into its closet to find a sign-holder for the annual open house Feb. 5-6, Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to a.m. 125 cat- tle. Receipts practically all slaughter cattle. Trade active. Consortium bids for travel firm LONDON (CP) An interna- tional consortium including the Toronto Dominion Bank is pre- paring to bid for the giant, his- toric travel firm, Thomas Cook, which British government has put on the auction block. Several bids are expected (or the firm, national- ized jifter the Second World The bids are lo start at million Toronto Dominion is in a banking and insurance group headed hy Britain's First Na- tional Finance Company. A First National spokesman confirmed Monday that the con- sortium plans to make an offer but added that "matters are just in the embryo stage." APRIL G DEADLINE Closing da'c for bids k April S, when Qiose competing for the old firm must deposit Cooks was founded in 1871. In 1923 it was sold to a Belgian firm but when Lhe Germans oc- cupied Brussels in Lhe Second World War, its assets were transferred to Britain's cus- todian of enemy property. Later, its shares were distrih- uled by Winston Churchill's wartime government among four British railways, which were nationalized by the post- war Labor government. The firm has a turnover of about million a year and net assets of more than mil- lion. Dividends Jly T1IE CANADIAN PRESS Homfo.lrrlicr I.Id., class A 15 ccnls March 15, record March 1. Goodyrar Tire Mid RnlibiT Co. of Canada, common March 30, record March 9; four per cent pfd. 50 cents April 23, record April 7. Xilionnl Drug and Clicmlcal Co. of Canada Ltd., common five cents; pfd. 15 cents, both March 1, record Feb. Good and choice butcher steers meeting good demand at steady prices. Good and choice butch- er heifers about steady. All classes of cows selling readily at firm prices. Bulls or more higher. Choice steers 34.25 to 35; good 33 to 34; medium 32 to 32.75. Choice heifers 31.25 lo 31.80; good 30.25 to 31.25. Gcod cows 22 to 2-1.70; me- [liurrr 20 lo 22; canners and cut- ters 17 to 20. Bulls 25.50 to 27.10. Butcher tags sold Tuesday Lethbridge 28.55 to 29.05 base price. prices. Stock calves were most- ly of medium quality. Insuffi- cient good calves offered to es- tablish a market. Good feeder steers less than 750 poimds 36 to 38, more than 750 pounds 3-1 to 36.20. Hogs base price 28.75. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Rcceipk at the Calgary livestock market to 11 a.m. about head; mostly slaughter steers and hciters. Trade was active. Shuighler steers were 25 cents lower; heifers were 2; ccnLs lower with young kinds sharply discounted, cows were 25 lower and bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 34.50 to 34.DO, good 33.75 lo 34.50, medium 32.50 tn 33.50. Choic, heifers 31.50 to 31.80, good 30.50 to 31.50, medium 29 to 30.50 Good cows 22.25 to 23, medium 21.25 to 22.25, canners and cut- ters 19 to 21.25. Good bulls 25.20 to 27.50. Replacement cattle were mostly steers in the heavier weight range selling at steady Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by tlie Alberta Hog Producers A'arkeling Hoard: Edmonton: 2fl.70, average Tuesday 28.74. Red Deer: 2.3.75, average Tuesday 211.94. Calgary: 20.75, average Tuesday Lethbridge: No sales, aver- age Tuesday 28.W. Lloydininster: No sales, av- erage Tuesday 2.'1.1fl. Grande Prairie: No sales, av- erage Tuesday 23.16. Total hogs sold lo II a.m., 382. Ilcgs average Tuesday, 2C.72. Sows price loday 20.25. CREATIVE WRITER Experienced broadcast writer for Calgary of- fice of a major national advertising agency. Musi be capable of creative work wilU reaction time on varied consumer, industrial ond agricultural accounls. Duties will be mainly in the field of commercials; documentary ability olso an asset. Some knowledge of production and ad- ministration will also bo of assistance in post. Salary commensurate with experience. Send resume to: BOX 63, LETHBRIDGE HERALD Computer translator system developed for the blind CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AD Tlie Massachusetts Inslilute of Technology has developed a computer system that can turn mil 20 to 30 pages of braille pi nitmg a minute for use by the blind. The system translates English as it is typed on a teletypewri- Orchestra to make N.Y. debut OTTAWA (CP) Mario Ber- musical director of the National Arts Centre, will ap- pear as solo pianist as well as conductor when the centre or- chestra makes its New York debut at Lincoln Centre Feb. 27. He will play and conduct Rav- el's Piano Concerto in G, per- formed here in a regular series concert last year. Also appearing with the or- chestra will be Erica Goodman, 1A, Toronto harpist and daugh- ter of Hyman Goodman, concert master of the Toronto Sym- phony Orchestra. She and the orchestra will play the Suite for Harp and Chamber Orchestra by Toronto composer Harry So- mers. Mr. Bernardi, son of a Kirk- land Lake, Ont., mine black- smith, and prize-winning stu- dent of the Venice conservatory, fanned the arts centre orches- tra in 1963, quitting the musical directorship of Lhe Sadlers Wells opera in London. The orchestra may make a U.S. tour next fall. It is sched- uled for a tour of England and possibly continental Europe in 1973, and plans have been dis- cussed for a South American visit. It has enjoyed sell-out attend- ance at its third season ot' sub- scription concerts here this win- ter, playing about tlvree con- certs every four weeks. It is the only full-time fully- stale-subsidized orchestra i n Canada. Bond market prices mixed TORONTO (CP) Prices on the over-tbe counter market were mixtd in moredate trading last week. In industrials, Caledon Moun- tain rose 25 ojnLs bid and i'5.25 asked, Cowl 25 cents to bid and asked, Fidelit Mortgage 50 cents to J14.50 bid and no asked price, Laidlaw warrants 50 cents to bid and asked and London Life to ?71 bid and no asked price. Extenriicare dropped 25 cents to Sll bid and asked, Sterisystems common to 518.50 bid and asked, Sterisystems A to bid and 520 asked, and Mytolon 30 cents 10 70 cents bid and 90 cents asked. In mines and oils, Kappa rose 20 cents to 60 cents bid and 70 cents asked, Nesbitt 10 cents lo 30 cents bid and 40 cents asked and Stanford seven cents to 52 j cents bid and 57 cents asked. Anthony dipped 10 cents to SI .35 bid and asked, B.C. 011 50 cents lo bid and S7.50 asked, Great Lakes five cenls lo bid and asked and Initiative 50 cents lo 52.25 bid and asked. LIVE SOLITARY During spring and summer the white-l-ailed deer tend to re- main solitary or in small groups. ler into clusters of raised dots which blind persons finger-touch 10 read. In Ihe past, a skilled operator using a hand embossing ma- chine to transfer written male- rial into braille needed six lo seven minutes to press one pago of raised dols. MIT calls its new system, un- veiled Monday, Uraillemboss. National Braille Prcsse Inc. a Boslon firm which supplies braille material lo Ihe blind in 54 countries, said it is testing the MIT system and is enthu- siastic. FORECASTS USES Louis L Dennis, executive director of Braille Press, says the computer system has far- reaching implications. "A blind person calls us and says he's finallv got a Dennis said. "lie tells us he needs writlcn malcrial for tho job and we can geL it lo him in tv.-o or three days, instead of weeks." Dennis says the computer sys- tem is particularly suited for quickly making small quantities of specialized material. Mass- produced items are best pro- duced by making metal plales and running off hundreds of copies at a time on special presses, he said. The MIT system translates English into Grade II braille, one of the most commonly-used of many forms of braille. Grade 11 uses 193 contractions and ab- breviations instead of a symbol for each letter. Volkswagen ups prices ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. (AP) Volkswagen of America announced here price increases of to on three models of Porsche sports cars !o cover increased production costs and a new seat belt warning sys- tem required by law. The Porsche 914 will sell at S3.903. ui) from S3.755; the Porsche 911 T Coupe will sell at S7.367, up from and tho 911 T Targa will retail for 911 T Tarpa mil retail for up from SALES AWARD J. P. (JOE) GRIFFIN Mr. Keilh Bickerlon, Area Manager of Engineered Homes, Leilhbridge, is pleas- ed lo announce lhat Mr. Grif- fin of the Lethbridge area has been awarded membership m Engineered Homes D.C.M. Fralernily. This award is given only to salesmen who rxcecd in New Home solos in a single year. Mr. Gtiftin is a very worthy recipient of this award having reached this plateau in sales (01 the year ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE 22" R.C.A. COLOR Reg. SPECIAL........ 1238 3rd Ave. S. PhonQ 327-5020 First Class Steam Engineer For dulies at a natural gas procDssinn. plnni at Kaybob localcd approximately 30 miles soulliwest of Fox Creek, Alberla. Applicanls must possess a valid Firs! Class Steam Engineer's Certificate. Preference will be given lo candidates who possess a background in sulphur recovery. The successful Candidale will assume duties of operations assistant reporling to (lie process foreman. Company provided accommodation. Moving assistance. Full employee benefits. Transportation provided to the pianr. Heaso submit wnlien application, giving fuii details of age, education and experience along with your telephone number to: Manager, Employee Relations Chevron Standard Limited 400 Fifth Avenue S.W. Calgary 1, Alberta ;