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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1974-THB LETHBRIDQE HERALO-23 Airlines to seek increased fares OTTAWA Citing soaring operating CP Air and Transair said Wednes- day that further applications for higher domestic air fares are likely within months. John counsel for CP said at a Canadian transport commission air fare inquiry he would be than honest if I didn't say we do see another rate increase being in the R. M. executive Ethylene plant need stressed OTTAWA Plans by Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd. to export major quantities of ethylene. principal ingredient of will not long-term anti- freeze supplies in a spokesman for the company said Wednesday. The primary cause of threatened anti-freeze shor- tages this winter is the capacity for ethylene produc- tion he said. The situation did not indicate a shortage of oil and natural the raw materials used to produce ethylene Automotive dealers and dis- tributors have warned that antifreeze shortages are likely in some areas this winter and that prices might be triple or more the average cost of a gallon last winter. The spokesman said the cur- rent ethylene shortage would disappear if expansion pro- jects by Dow and other com- panies are approved by the National Energy Board Dow is seeking NEB approval to build a world- scale 1.2 bilhon-pound- capacity ethylene plant at Fort Alta. It would double the plant size one year after the scheduled opening in 1977. The project hinges on the NEB granting permission to export 10 billion pounds of eth- ylene to the United States be- tween 1977 and 1987. The spokesman said the although geared to would increase the domestic supply of ethylene. Together with other projects on the drawing board it should eliminate all domestic he said. He estimated that annual domestic demand for anti- freeze is about 14 million gallons. vice-president of Winnipeg- based said at the same to the extent these cosis continue to we believe we will be forced to come back for further increases in certainly no later than The commission is inquiring into applications for higher domestic fares by Air CP Pacific Western Quebecair and Eastern Provincial Airways. The hear- ing is the first public inquiry into air fares by the com- mission. Air Canada and CP Air are seeking rate boosts of 9.5 per cent while the regional air- lines are asking for similar increases on competitive routes in southern Canada. The Nordair rates will take effect Aug. 1 and the others July 21 unless the commission suspends or alters them. Most of the airlines receiv- ed increases earlier this year. The Air Canada and CP Air rate increases of 10.5 per cent in February were the first domestic fare increases for those airlines since 1971 Livestock producers aid okayed WASHINGTON An emergency program authoriz- ing U.S. government guarantees of up to 80 per cent on private loans to livestock producers has won final Congressional passage and now awaits President Nixon's signature. The Senate approved the measure Wednesday. The bill was passed in the House of Representatives Tuesday. The legislation provides for a ceiling on the total guarantees outstanding dur- ing the one-year application period for the which could not exceed for any one operation. The credit-relief program was sought after months of steady decline in live-animal prices and sharper climbs in farming and feeding costs Cattle squeezed by high grain had been los- ing between and a 100 pounds as the price dropped 45 per cent from last August's record levels. But in recent days the for choice steers have risen about a 100 pounds. B.C. mineral my production up IM ew rate structure REGINA The presi- dent of Palliser Wheat Growers Association has predicted that a planned new system of grain handling charges will mean major im- provements in grain transpor- tation In a statement issued Walter Nelson says the new rate with rates varying from elevator to will end the old system which subsidized inefficient elevators. VICTORIA Mineral production in British Colum- bia in 1973 amounted to a jump of 75 per cent over the 1972 figure of according to mines department figures released today The 1972 mineral production value was 20.7 per cent higher than the previous year with the 1971 value totalling million. The major portion of the 1973 increase resulted from a 73 per cent increase in the value of _metal production with a yearly total of million compared with million in 1972. Consumers warned on ovenware sets OTTAWA especially those living near the United States watch out for 'deceptive sales of ovenware sets. Con- sumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray said today. The 31-and 35-piece sold under the names Primrose Queen Victoria and Queen were manufactured in the U.S. and brought into Canada. Promoters are distributing handbills advertising the sets as worth and selling for to The true retail value is about to Mr. Gray said. Some of the distributed at factory hair banks and on the street also identified locations where sales of the goods would take place. Complaints first were reported to the con- sumer affairs depart- ment in April. Nine all U.S. residents subsequently been charged with mis- representing the or- dinary price of goods in violation of the federal Combines Investigation Act. The department asks persons to be on the alert for these ovenware operations and to call the department's nearest office if they spot any similar ones in their areas. The Herald Business TSE mid-session trade Stocks Miscellaneous Montreal MIDLAND DOHERTY LIMITED WESTERN OILS AND MINES Alton Mines 5.00 Albany Oil 37 Alta East Gas 4.75 Almmex 5.12Vz Asamera Ashland Oil 6.87 V4 BP Canada 13.50 Brenda Mines 5 Cda Southern 3.05 Cdn Export Gas 2.70 Cdn Homestead 4.05 Cdn ind Gas Cdn Long Island .17 Cdn Superior 36.50 Chieftan Dev Dome Pete 26.25 Dynasty 8 Ft Reliance 16 Giant Mascot 95 Gibraltar Mines 8.00 Granisle 8.25 Grt Plains 39.75 Grt Cdn Oil Sands 7.62V4 LGChiel Explor 1 55 Lytton Minerals 1 50 Noble Mines 51 North Cdn Oil 3.20 Numac Oil 12.00 PanCdn Pete Pan Ocean 9.75 Petrol 1 42 Pinnacle 31 Place Gas 33 Ponder .46 Hanger Oil 25.00 Scurry Ram 19.50 Seibens 11.62V2 Spooner Total Pete 7 50 Ulster Pete .93 United Canso 14.12V4 West Pete 3.20 West Decalta 6 00 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES ACTS. Ltd 7 12VJ Aquitame BC Sugar C Pfd 12.50 Block Bros 3.00 Canbra Foods 2.50 Cdn Pac A Ptd 26 50 Carlmg A Pld 1775 Carhng B Ptd Commerce Cap 1 80 Crest Forest 6.CO Falcon Copper 10.00 F M Trust 4.30 Genstar 1725 Home Oil A 38 00 Home Oil B 3350 Hudson Bay Co 15 75 Hud Bay Oil 26 Hugh Russell C Pfd 70 00 H'jsky Oil Husky Oil B Pfd 33.50 Husky Oil E War 6 Inter Pipe War 3 00 Inters P 16 Kaiser Res 410 Kaiser Res War 1.80 Loblaw C Pfd 24.50 Magnasonics 1.90 Pacific Pete 20.25 Pac West Air 7 75 Pe-Ben Oilfield 5 25 Rainer Inc 3 Royal Trust 22.75 Sandwell 5.75 Teledyne Trimac Westfield Mm Weston A Pfd Whitepass PIPELINE STOCKS Alta Gas A Alta Gas Pld Alta Nat Gas Gaz Metro Gaz Metro A Pfd Inland Nat Gas North Cent Gas N C Gas B Pfd Pac Gas Trans Tr-Cda Pipe Tr-Cda Pipe A Pfd Tr-Cda B Pfd Tr-Cda Pipe War West Trans West Trans War 4.10 4.70 .93 51.00 6.50 1287V4 5325 17.75 5.37Vi 55.00 9.00 10.00 20.25 9 12Vz 975 5375 31.25 .96 19.00 260 CALGARY Acroll 35 Barons Oils N Continental Western Warner .25 VANCOUVER MINES Atlas Explorations 22 Bathurst Norsemmes 1 53 Dankoe 2.35 Davenport .71 Dolly Varden .17 Equitonal Res Lornex Northair Mines 1.90 Primer .03 Pyramid .08 Silver Standard 1.53 Valley Copper 6.00 INDUSTRIALS Columbia Brewing 4 85 Wardair 1 70 OILS August Petroleum 32 Plains Pete .14 Ponderay Exp .60 Stampede Int'l Res .62 MUTUAL FUNDS All Cdn Compound 5 22 5 63 All Cdn Dividend 5 44 5.92 Ail Cdn Ventures 2.76 3 00 Amer Growth Fund 4.05 4.45 A G F Special 2.01 Cdn Investment Fund 4 29 4.71 Collective Mutual 4 40 4 83 Eaton Commonwealth 11 99 Eaton Leverage 2 81 Eaton Int'l Venture 5.19 Corp Investors 5.40 5.93 Corp Inv Stock Fund 4.06 4.46 Great Pacific 4.01 4.39 Grouped Inc Shares 2 63 2 65 Growth Equity 5 96 6 55 Inv Growth Fund 10421139 Mutual 4 98 5.45 Mutual Accum 5.47 6.01 Nat Resources 3.95 4.34 NW Cdn 4.80 5.27 N.W. Growth 3 91 4.30 Principal Growth 3 62 3.97 Provident Mutual 6 39 6 99 Royfund Income 4 99 5 20 Templeton Growth 7.03 7.70 Unit Accumulative 3 96 4.35 Universal Savings 7.05 7 76 Univest 5.38 5.91 Vanguard 481 fi 25 Toronto industrials by Richardson Securities or MINES Acme 11 Advocate Asb 1.30 Akaitcho 2.00 Bralorne l 35 Broulan 53 Betnlehem 1075 Bovis 1.42 Brunswick 3.75 Can NW Land 4 90 Canada Tung 3.90 Cassiar 6 00 Central Pat 95 Chimo 1 13 Conwest 3.65 Cons Rambler 2.55 Com Lake .21 Cochenour 1 56 Craigmont 4 80 DicKenson Mines 9 Demson Mines 41 00 D'Eldona 36 Dome Mines 51.25 Discovery Mines 1.90 East Malartic 5.75 East Sullivan 2.52 Falconbndge 40 50 Frobex .19 First Mantimes 39 Giant Y K 15.00 Granduc 1.95 Hollmger 26.50 Hud Bay 18.50 Hydra Ex 70 Iron Bay 4 70 ISO 1 35 Joliet Quebec .24 Kerr Addison 12.1214 Key Anacon .29 Labrador 29 00 Lake Shore 5.00 Langis Silver 10 Madsen R. L 2 00 Malartic G F 1.65 Martin McNeely Maclntyre 31.00 Meta Midrim 15 intern Mogul 6.50 Nu West Homes A 5 75 New Athona 25 New Calumet .22 Noranda A Northgate 4.55 Norlex .'19 Pine Point 31.12V4 Placer Dev. 18.50 Pax Exp 1.60 Quebec Man .23 Rayrock 1.01 Radiore .24 Rio Algom 25 87V4 Roman Corp 10 00 Sherntt Grrdon 8 Steep Rock 1.48 Sunningdale 6.12Vi Tek Corp 3.10 Texmont A .19 United Canso 13.8714 Western Mines 2.56 WH Copper Mines 3 30 Wright Hargreaves 210 Willroy 1.85 Windfall .13 Yellowknife Bear 2 95 Zenmac .08 INDUSTRIALS Abitibi 11.6214 Alcan 29.00 Algoma Steel 26.25 Atco Ind 14.25 Jannack 5.75 Agra Ind 7.00 Bell Tel 43.00 Brascan A BC Tel Burns DC Forest BC Sugar A 1925 Bow Valley Ind 18 00 Cable 13.00 CAE Ind 8.25 Carlmg O'Keefe 2.20 Cho'mcell 612Vz Can Cellulose 4 90 Cal Power 23.00 Coron Credit 3.10 CWN Gas Pfd 9 00 Cdn Marconi 2 85 Cdn Vickers Chrysler 14.50 CPR 1375 Commco 27 00 Cons Bathurst Cons Gas 13.87VZ Dist Seagrams 35.00 Dom Bridge 42.25 Domtar 23.50 Dom Textile 9.75 Dom Stores 15.25 Dome Pete 26.37 Vi Dofasco 28 75 Glen Mobile 3.55 Grt Cdn Oil General Motors 43.75 Grt Lakes Paper 20.50 Gulf Oil 29 50 Greyhound 1637V4 Hawker Sid 5.50 Hiram Walker A 44.50 Huron Erie 21.50 Imperial Oil A 29 Imasca A 28 00 Int Nickel 26 75 Int Pipe Inv Grp A 6.75 IU Int I 11 IAC Ltd Kaps 2.16 Kel Douglas A 4.70 Laurentide 7.75 Loeb 3.15 Loblaw A 6.75 Metropolitan 10.00 Massey Ferg McMill Bloed 24 37V2 Moore Corp 49.75 Molsons A. Uolsons B 18.50 Nachurs 5.75 North Cent 10.00 Power Corp 11 00 Price Co 13.25 Peyto Rothmans 11.50 Shell CDA 1350 Simpsons Simp Sears 10 75 Steel Can A 30.25 Selkirk A 12.50 Texaco 34.25 Trad Grp A 10.00 Trans Mtn Pipe 13.00 Trans Can Pipe 9.75 Union Carbide 19.25 Union Gas 7 Union Oil 9 50 United Siscoe 4.90 Versatile Mfg 5.87 Vi Westeel 21 25 Westons 24 25 Woodwards A 21 00 Canbra Foods 2 50 BANKS Can Imperial 24 50 Montreal 1575 Nova Scotia 33.75 Royal 30.37 'A Tor Dom New York by Richardson Securities of Amr TAT 44.75 Woolworth 14.00 Anaconda 20.75 Westinghouse Elec 12.87Vi Beth Steel 31.62W US Steel 46.75 Chrysler Gen Tel Elec 20.37V4 Comsat 27.00 TORONTO AVERAGES Ouponl 15275 20 Industrials 185.89 up 2.44 General Motors 20 Golds 492.00 up 6.05 Gulf 10 Base Metals 78.70 up .27 int Harvester 23.25 15 Western Oils 182.29 up 3.87 Kenn Copper 32.00 Volume Montgomery Ward 26.00 NEW YORK AVERAGES Sears 78.00 20 Industrials 791.14 up 6.17 Std Oil of N.J. 72.75 20 Rails 160.32 up 2 16 Texas Gulf 15 Utilities 67.96 up .22 Texas Co 25.00 65 StocKS 238.20 up 2.06 Wlx Corpn 11.37V. Volume Stock prices move sharply higher TORONTO Prices on the Toronto stock market were sharply higher in moderate mid-morning trading today. The industrial wide- ly-based indicator of market rose 2.14 to golds MONTREAL sectors rose in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange today. Volume at 11 a.m. was 125.000 shares compared to 210 347 at the same time Wednesday 'Banks rose 3 92 to 236.32. industrials 2.45 to 199 01. the composite 2.34 to 18909. utilities 1.16 to 12824 and papers 95 to 11450 Dome Petroleum rose 1 to Bank ot Nova Scotia to Domtar to Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper j to z and Canadian Pacilic to S13V Aming speculative issues. Chibex rose two cents to after trading 2.- 100 shares VANCOUVER Prices were up in moderate trading on the Van- couver Stock Exchange Wednesday 3.75 to 489.70 and western oils 3.29 to 181.71. Base metals fell .11 to 78.32. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares compared with shares at the same time Wednesday. Advances outnumbered de- Market trends Total volume at the cjose was 2.552.410 shares. In the industrials. Newmark was up 05 at 85 on 3.000 shares. lonarc was unchanged at .52 on 2 400 shares. Neonex was unchanged at on 2.100 shares and Canterra was unchanged at .37 on 1.500 shares Comat was un- changed at 70 and It' International was unchanged at 50 In the mines. Barrier Reef was up .60 at 90 on shares. Exeter was up .05Vz at .27 on 220.500 shares Perry River was unchanged at on 186 008 shares and Consolidated Coast silver was up .03 at 30 on 147.071 shares. Consolidated Fortune Channel was unchanged at 46 and Sonesta was unchanged at .72. In the oils. Cop-Ex Mining was down at 01 at 31 on 34.000 shares Payelte was down .04 at .66 on 23.000 shares. Livestock Calgary CALGARY Receipts to 11 a m Thursday at the Calgary livestock market totalled cattle and calves. Most o'. the receipts were slaughter cattle Trade was mostlv active on a strong demand Slaughter steers sold ileadilv. Steers under 100 pounds sold under discounted Heifers fully steadv to 50 cents higher Steers Al-2 52-54 80. A3 51-51 50 Hellers Al-2 43-46 20. A3 40-42.50. Cows DI-2 31-34 D3 27-30 D4 21-26 Good bulls 30-34 There were insufficient replacements on olfer to establish a market Hogs average base price 41 25 Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG All prices mov- ed sharply higher in active trading at mid-session today on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Strong buvmg pressure resulted in I lax and rapeseed both gaining their respective dailv trading limits of 30 and 20 cents a bushel Rye made good gains with increases as high as 14 cents above Wednesday's close Wednesday's volume of trade was 674000 bushels of flax. 1.624.000 ot rjpseed and of rye Mid-session prices Flax Julv 30 higher 1097B. Oct 30 higher 10 Nov 30 higher 1049B. Dec 30 higher 10.44B. ftapes-ecd Vancouver Sept 20 higher 7 71B- Nov 20 higher 7 46'jB. Jan 20 higher 7 22B Mar 20 higher 7 MB Rapeseed Thunder Bay July 20 higher 787B. Ocl 20 higher 7 17B. Nov 20 higher 704B. Dec 20 higher h hlB July 14 higher 3 02 Oct ll'z Ingh'ei 3 Dec 10'. higher 2 93' 12' i higher 2 99B Grain quotes Wednesday basis Lake-head High Low Close Flax .11 v 1069 1061 1067 Ocl 1050 1040 1949 Nov 1019 Dec 1014 99' 2 1014 Rapeseed Vancouver Sep 737'a 751 Nov 726 'z 696 726 'j Jan 702 674 702 Mar 693 664 693 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Jlv 767 Oct 697 673 697 Nov 684 Dec 641 Rye Jly 288 Oct 291 283V2 288 ''z Dec 285' i 280 282 'j May 288 '2 282 286 N Dollar value MONTREAL U.S dollar in terms ol Canadian funds at noon today was down 2-25 at 43-50 Pound stcrlmgwas down 7-50 at 34 2-25 In New the Canadian dollar was up 9-100 at 0219100. Pound sterl- ing was up 1-20 at S2 39 1-5 Earnings Keen Industries six ended April 30- 1974. 223 cents a 1973. 61.3 cents Beef futures WINNIPEG Live beef futures close Wednesday. July 51 Sept 50.10B- Nov 46.40B. Jan 44 20B Tuesday's volume- Six contracts. Hog prices EDMONTON Prices to 11 a m. Thursday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Wednesday prices in brackets Edmonton Calgary 41 25 Red Deer. 41.25 Grande Prairie Nil Hogs sold to 11 a m 6.116. hogs sold Wednesday 10.692. average 39 98 Sows average 22 50 Chicago markets CHICAGO Most of the major commodity futures moved in rather irregular fashion on exchanges in the United States on Wednesday largely for a lack of incentive but there were a few exceptions Aside from the irregular closing of the major live cattle gained the limit of per hundredweight on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. while pork bellies advanced the limit of 150 points and live hog futures rose up to 5 per just five cents under the limit Shell eggs also were strong on steadiness in the wholesale prices and higher meat prices Silver futures advanced this time about nine cents an ounce in New York and but copper was down about 70 points Cocoa and orange juice futures while wool declined Colton coffee and world sugar futures were mixed Soybeans closed although old crop options gained up to cents a bushel Wheat and corn futures declin- ed nearly five and oats lost two Iced broilers were steady to about one cent a pound while soy oil gain- ed and meal declined At the soybeans were three cents a bushel lower to higher. July 6.97. Chicago wheat was one to 4'z July 4.17. Gulf wheat was not corn was lower to one July 3 and oats were one to two July 1 Gram quotes Wednesday Wheat Jul 4 17 Sep 4 Dec 4 33. Mar 4 May 4 25 Corn July 3 29'4. Sep 3 Dec 3 01 Mar 3 04 May 3 05 Oats- Jul 1 Sep 1 61. Dec 1 64. Mar 1 65. May 1 67N Currencies MONTREAL Thursday's mid-day foreign exchange selling rates supplied by the Bank of Montreal. Australia dollar 1 47 Bermuda dollar 1 01 China Renmmbi 5100 France Franc 2090 Germany mark 3930 Italy lira 001575 Japan yen 003445 Mexico peso 0793 Spain peseta .0175 Switzerland franc 3350 United States dollar 9810 United Kingdom pound 2 3700 USSR ruble 1 30 Quotations in Canadian funds. Qold prices LONDON -Wednesday'sclos- ing gold prices m U.S. dollars an ounce. London 141 00 Paris 144 23 Frankfurt 140 24 Zurich 141 50 Hong Kong 137 33 Beirut 4.453 a kilo Feed prices WINNIPEG Wheat board domestic feed 'grain prices Wednesday. 3CW Red Spring wheat 2.87. No. 1 feed barley No 1 feed oats 1 79 HUSKY OIL OPERATIONS LTD. We have an excellent opportunity for an aggressive individual to lease a very successful HUSKY HOUSE RESTAURANT in Cran- B C. Capital required approx. Please sent details of experience and financial background to HUSKY OIL OPERATIONS LTD. SIS tin Street 8. W. Alberta Mr. Q. JiJ cttcttron OC stems 1003 4th Avtnuo Lothbrldgt Telephone 328-4426 clines 120 to 59 with 123 issues unchanged. Distillers Corp. gained 1 to Bank of Nova Scotia to Gulf Canada to Texasgulf to Vt and Walker-Gooderham A to Mclntyre was up 1 to Galveston was up .11 at SI 20 on 20.700 shares and Davenport was down 01 at 70 on 12.000 shares Colonial was down 05 at and Ponderay was down 10 at .60. NEW YORK The stock market pushed ahead again today amid apparently rising hopes lor an easing in monetary pressures The 11.30 a.m. Dow Jones average ol 30 industrials was up 6 88 al 791 85 Gainers outnumbered losers eiphl-to-lliree in moderate trading on the New York Stock Exchange Baltimore and Electric was ihe most active issue down i at Ccrro lo S161. but Disuller.s and Chemicals added 1 to S14'f Among Canadian issues. Dome Mines Wds up I's to S5X Seagrams to Mean w S29'c Inco to Mjssev Ferguson to S17 Hiram was unchanged at Dickenson to Camflo to Pamour Vz to and United Canso to vg. Husky fell to Great Lakes Nickel 15 cents to three cents to Coseka four cents to S2 and Pembina Pipe B 10 cents to Gold futures WINNIPEG iCPi Gold futures U S funds. Winnipeg Commodity Ex change close Wednesday 400-oilDce July 74 141 50B. Oct 74 146 20B Jan 75 152 10B Apr 75 157 60B July 75 163 50 Tuesdax'S volume 182 contracts 100-ounce contracts- Aug 74 142 30B. .Nov 74 148 00 Feb 75 154 OOB May 75 15975. Aug 75 165 25 Tuesday's volume. 61 contracts Metals LONDON i API Wednesday's clos- ing metals bid-ask in pounds stci Imp d metric ton silver in pence .1 tun ounce- Copper-spot 766-768 futures Tin-spot 3 575-3 580 futures 3 545-3 Lead-spot 222-224 futures 221-222 Zinc-spot 444-446. futures 44-44ii Silver-spot 165 5-166 3 months 6- 169 C A REE R S WANTED Secretary to Director of Curriculum Written applications for the above noted position will be received by the undersigned until Wed- July 1974. Proficiency in snorthand and typing is essential for this position. Salary range to per Duties will commence on or'about August 1974. M. V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 433 15th Street South T1J 2Z5 TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE Immediately Requires SECRETARY-TREASURER Municipal experience preferred. Salary negoti- able. Applications will be received at the Town Office up to p.m. July 26th Please submit applications E. MclLROY Town Office -Town of Picture Butte SECRETARY to Director of Pupil Personnel Services. Written applications for the above noted position will be received by the undersigned until July 1974. Proficiency in shorthand and typing is essential for this position. Salary to per annum. Duties will commence on or about August 1974. M.V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 433 15th Street South Alberta____ EXPERIENCED MAINTENANCE MECHANIC For large Distribution Centre in Calgary. Ex- perience with Raymond Forks and Moto-Truc preferred but not necessary. Own Tools necessary. 5 40 hour work week. per hour with without and full range of Company Benefits. Apply in writing or in person CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED 535 S.W. ALBERTA YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Liberia FOOD LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Department of Horticultural Brooks Carries out quality control tests and chemi- cal analysis as required by Research Hortlculturalists of and greenhouse crops produced in applied research projects. Gradu- ation from a recognized technical institute with a diploma in Food Technology or Qhemistry plus two years related experience. Salary range to per month depending upon qualifications. Competition 9537-C-1. July 1974. quote competition number when Information and application forms GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620- 7th AVENUE S.W. ALBERTA T2P OY8 ;