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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March LETHBRIDGE Price increases helped Improvement made in U.S. oil reserves Animal pals Laurie LaRue, 18, and her 10-year-old brother Joey are thankful their pets get on so well together. Mandy, the St. Bernard dog, saved the life of Matilda, a new- born colt. The colt got stuck in a fence near the family's Winnipeg home and Mandy's barking led to a successful rescue. Offers for offshore oil search rights set record NEW ORLEANS (API Oil companies offered the United States government a record billion yesterday the right to search for oil in deep water off the Louisiana coast. Most of the oil companies involved bid together in combines, despite congressional criticism that this practice causes prices to go up and drives independent operators out of business. The interior department received the bids, and at some future date will announce which have been accepted. WASHINGTON (AP) Last year's oil price increases apparently have brought substantial improvement to United States petroleum reserves, experts representing the American South spud firm unable to fill order EDMONTON (CP) An Alberta potato processing firm was able to fill only half of a Japanese order for four million pounds of dehydrated potato granules, says agriculture minister Dr. Hugh Horner. Dr. Horner, in a news release, said Vauxhall Foods Ltd. of Vauxhall, Alta. 60 miles west of Medicine Hat, recorded a "major breakthrough" in the sale of two million pounds and valued at million which was negotiated by the Alberta Export Agency. The sale represented production from about 525 acres of southern Alberta. The inability to meet the full order was the result of a lack of the raw product, not a lack of processing capability, Dr. Horner said. "Unfortunately, this Story seems to be repeated all too often in Alberta today." An export agency spokesman said the Japanese wanted at least four million pounds and the order "cleaned out the plant" at Vauxhall. Vauxhall Foods is owned and controlled by a group of potato growers Built in 1970, the plant employs 75 persons in peak season. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES YOUR FUTURE IS HERE GOVERNMENT Of Ai3f HTA Construction Technologist Department of the Environment. Calgary Supervision of small and medium sized construction projects. Duties Ensures contractors adhere to plans and specifications, makes recommendations con- cerning the rejection or approval of construction phases, maintains liaison with contractors and prepares construction progress reports. Require two years construction experience A diploma in a related field from an Institute of Technology would be considered desirable An equivalent combination of experience and training will be con- Salary range to per month. Closes. April 10, 1974 Competition Number 1309-C-2. Information and application forms from- GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 Career Opportunity AGENT MO. and SALES PKSONELL The territory is S.W. Alberta. We require an Agent- Manager, Manageress for our western expansion. NO INVESTMENT REQUIRED. Duties are to help in hiring sales staff and to co-ordinate sales in the Lethbridge trading area. Vehicle is essential. Work can be limited to part or full time depending on individual effort. Knowledge of Granite an asset, but not essential. Position to commence with successful candidate. Candidates send resume to: J. RAYMOND 200 Henderson Hwy. Winnipeg, Manitoba R2L-IL8 PRINCIPAL Olds Junior-Senior High School Mountain View County Applications from qualified teachers and school ad- ministrators are invited for the position of Principal of the Olds Junior-Senior High School, appointment to be effective at the opening of the 1974-1975 school year. The Olds School currently has a staff of 35 teachers and an enrolment of 630 students. Applicants are requested to submit a complete resume of experience and training, as well as the names and addresses of at least two professional referees. Applications will be accepted up to and including April 5. 1974, and should be addressed to: HAROLD JEPSON, Superintendent cl Mountain View County P.O. Box 100 Didsbury, Alberta YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Agricultural Manpower Manager LETHBRIDGE DepI ol Agriculture. To administer and co-ordinate the program for placement of seasonal and permanent form workers in Southern Alberta, under the direction of the Agricultural Man- power Committee. Also includes administering housing grant program, conducting surveys on manpower needs, wages and benefits, etc Candidates require considerable related administrative and super- visory experience. High School supplemented with management courses preferred; farm background an asset, or equivalent combination of qualifications and experience. Salary range to per annum Appointment salary dependent upon qualifications. Closes April 10.1974 Competition Number: 0007-C-1 Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Horse Industry Branch Supervisor Department ol Agriculture. Edmonton requires an Agrologts! for the position ol Supervisor ol the Horse industry Branch Under the direction ol the Branch Head the supervisor win act m a resource capacity to Alberta Agriculture in matters ol horse physiology, breeding problems, nutrition. AI and new technujues affecting the horse mduStry Acts on various committees, liaises with District Agnicwflurtsts and other government departments, assists in extension programs, etc Requires BSc m Agriculture Science) plus experience with tiorse matters A Master's degree 4s desirable Must be elllgible 1or membership A 1.A Salary to S1S.S52 Closes April 20 1974 Competition "lumber M641-7 APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 AVENUE, TSJ OH4 OR: ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, TSK 2C1 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Liberia ASSESSOR TRAINEES Several vacancies exist JOT Assessor Trainees with ihe Department ol Municipal Successful applicants will become involved delermming the value ol retf property and improvements maudiap residential, industrial, and Jarmland. m an assigned district ol the province Offices are localed m Edmonton. Red Deer LethbrtSge. BonnyvHle, WatawngM. Edson. Hanna. Medicine Hat Grande PraWe and Peace Assessors