The Windsor Star from Windsor, Ontario, Canada on April 22, 1966 · 7
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Friday, April 22, 1966
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22 THE WINDSOR STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1305 Long birdie chip sidelines Streit PINTirURST. N C. (AB Two 27-year-old Floridians, Phyllis dish) Prucss and Nancy Roth Syros, dominant figures in the women's North and South amateur golf tournament in recent years, met today in the 18-hoIe championship match. Each of the Curtis Cup veteran was makirj feer third finals appearance in four years. Each has woo the title once. They met in the finals once refore, Mrs. Syms, from Hollywood, Ha., mincing 2 and 1 three years ago. Their paths to the finals have taken contrasting routes. Tish, from Pompano Beach, Fla., has had to play 12 holes to win four matches, while Nancy has traveled only 02 and has y?t to play the 18th hole since Monday's medal round, when both shot 83s. While Nancy was trimming Mrs. Harton Semple of Sew-ickley. Pa., 6 and 5 in one semifinal match Thursday, Tish had to ro to the 20th hole MEET ORV BERGERON ! f f Orv has just recently acquired the new Chrysler-Plymouth dealership for Amherstburg AMHERST MOTORS. Orv is thoroughly familiar with every aspect of Chrysler sales and serv-ive and has dealt with the Chrysler buying public for over 10 years. Orv invites his many friends and customers to visit him at AMHERST CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Amherstburg 736-3332 where a 65 foot chip-in bird. gave her an uphill victory over Marlene Stewart Streit of FonthCl, Ont., winner here 10 years ago. When Tub. hit the Cag stick with a nine iron s'jot from off the green and the ball plopped into the hole it marked the only time in the natch she held the lead. She went one over par on the first three holes and didn't get even until the 13th hole. Tish, shooting the back nine of the 6.000-yard No. 2 course of the Pinehurst Country Club in two-under-par, was one-over for the 20 holes. Only one of the first nine holes was halved, but Mrs, Streit was unable to win another after turning 2-up. "I didn't deserve to win, Marlene played so well," Tish said after the match. Card. Bay easy winner in Good Time YONKERS. N.Y. (UPI) Cardigan Bay won the $50,000 Good Time Pace as expected Thursday night with Adora's Dream of the United States second, Orbiter N. of New Zealand third and Duke's Son of the U.S. fourth at Yonkers Raceway. No betting' was allowed on Cardigan Bay because the great 10-year-old gelding clearly outclassed the field and the mutuei payoff was figured on the horses that finished second through fourth. Adora's Dream, given a good drive by John Chapman, was in strong contention all the way, even leading Cardigan Bay for the first half-mile. Cardigan Bay led at the one-mile mark in the mile and one-quarter race with a time of 205:35 and won by three l lengths in 2:34 45. r pr -V3 n til A '66 Mercury will outrun, outpull and outlast any other outboard in its class Give a new Merc full throttle and suddenly the water blurs. Acceleration pins you against the seat and the breeze turns to wind. Mercury's performance begins with the brand-new 110-hp Merc 1100SS world's most powerful outboard and the exciting new 95-hp Merc 950SS-both featuring Mercury's revolutionary new Thunderbolt ignition i By oaiciii ciiivj ncn s, , Tv roiar-uap spar piugs. performance and endurance records than all other outboards combined (all Mercs are designed to run at full throttle for as long as you like unlike some other outboards). Mercury dependability is a result of engineering leadership proved over the years. For '66 new endurance-proved crankshaft and connecting rods; new reed blocks for stronger main bearing support; new needle bearings that last 50 longer; new one-piece forward drive gear. Mercury the only outboards that offer you performance plus dependability! See them at your Mercury dealer today! 3.9, 6, 9.8, 20, 35, 50, 65, 95 and 110 hp. jSSt jSzZi- s55?t iSf !rS ikssMK ieta j 1 "" -Kr -w Klekh-efor Corporation, Fond a. Lac, Wlcanin and KleKhaefer Mercury of Canada, Ltd. Subsidiary of Brunswick Corporation til ,U - w M m m ar iAivu9 games on 50' fia area Telecasts of the Stanley Cup ts.ils between the Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens will be blacked out on the local Canadian Broadcasting Corporation outlet. CKLW-TV, Channel 9, it w as announced today. All but one game in the best-of seven series played in Montreal will be carried in this area exclusively by WK ED-TV, Channel 50. When the Red Wings are at borne, there will be do home television, only closed-circuit telecasts at the State Fair Coliseum. Sunday's opening game at Montreal will also be covered by the National Broadcasting Company in color and can be picked up in this area by WWJ-TV, Channel 4. "Channel 50 has exclusive rights to all of the Red Wings' awayfrom-home games in the Stanley Cop finals, through a prior arrangement with the National League," a CKLW official said. "There Is no possibility of as carrying any of the games from Montreal, even on a delayed basis' such as In the recent Toronto Maple Leafs-Montreal semi final series. Hockey fanatics will still be able to journey east to Chatham to pick up CFPL-TV's telecasts out of London. J- - I " j : ! i - fl ', " -1 - .. ' It t: i I : I ' i! I a &i j V " I I 14 It.. J -- rs. -.r, : , fc ' M---. . v. nr J , . ,; tn r -r GUESS AGAIN It looks like one of the worst accidents of the year but it's only a load of wrecked vehicles that fell off a truck on a north Toronto street Wednesday. At the rear of the junk pile is a hoit truck preparing to clear the wreckage away. (Canadian Prtsi Wtrtphoto) Arnold Palm&i "Tttet&od by GOLFS 4 -TIME MASTERS WINNER WRISTS STAY FIRM ON CHIP SHOTS Say tho word "chip" to yourself. It's a crisp-sounding word. It implies a short, firm Stroke. That it just what a chip shot should be. Thero should be nothing slow or sloppy about your chip shot style. ? AW Ml On these short shots from the edge of the green, you will want your wrists firm throughout your stroke. Note In the illustrations that my hands remain forward of the dubhead until the ball is well on its way to the hole. The wrists are firm throughout, especially the left wrist which never collapses. Chipping with firm wrists will help you make clean contact with the ball, which It so important on these shots. If you mis-hit a chip shot, you will have little chance to salvage a par. UBUSINESS-HIGHLIGHIS By JACK KENT Box scores in majors CHICAGO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CHICAOO b r h bi ab r h bl o r h bi ab r h bi Age cf 3 5 2 1 Cardnal cf 5 I 2 0 Lanier 2b S 2 I 0 Baekart 2b 4 0 0 0 Butord 2b 3 0 2 0 Piarsall rf 2 0 I 0 J.Alou rt 4 6 0 0 Altman It 4 110 Pl.KOtn rf 4 1 I 2 Kkptrck pn I 0 0 6 Maya cf S 1 1 2 B Wlma rt 4 0 1 I SKowrn m ) I Harnde rf 0 0 0 0 McCov lb 4 14 1 Santo 3b 10 1 Barry cf 0 0 S OWSmith put t I 0 Hart 3b 4 11 2 Bank lb 4 0 0 0 Burgess pit 1 0 1 1 Knooa 2b S 0 2 1 Cepede If 3 0 10 Browne cf 4 1 2 1 Cater If 0 0 0 0 Frtgosl u I I 0 I Landrm If 1 0 0 0 Pena ss 2 0 0 0 Ward 3b 4 113 Reichdt If 3 1 0 0 Halier e 4 0 0 0 Stewart ts 1 0 0 0 wet 2b 1 0 0 0 Siebern lb 3 0 1 1 Fuentes as 4 0 0 0 Hundley c 4 0 1 Romano c 3 0 1 1 Scnaal 3b 2 1 1 1 Marlchl p 4 0 3 0 Hands p 3 0 0 0 Martin e 0 0 0 0 Rodger c 4 1 1 2 Covgton ph 1 0 0 0 MCraw If S 0 1 0 Newmn p 0 0 0 0 Hoett D 0 0 0 0 Hansen 6S 3 0 0 OD.Egan p 1 0 0 0 Puiaro p 3 0 0 0 Maixon ph 0 0 0 0 Total 34 S 10 S Total 34 I t 2 fl2 i a I XpV S S 2 2 fnciKO 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0- S Lamabe p 1 0 0 0 Rubio p 0 0 0 0 chlcaoo til 111 III.) Usher p 0 0 0 OBeiley ph 1 0 0 0 " . r , " L, " . Burdete p 0 0 0 0 E Hands, McCovey, Cepeda. DP San Brunei p 0 0 0 0 Frinclaco 1. LOB San f-ranclsco , Slnano ph 1 0 0 0 Chicago 4 HR-Mays (4). Hart (2). Browne (2). SB Brown. S J Alou. Total 110 I Total 34 S t , t H R ER BB SO Hand (L, 1-1) J 10 S S 1 S Hoett 2 0 0 0 0 2 PB Halier. T 2:12. A 2,444. 10 4 10 1 0 1 0 0 Chicago California 020 000 301 4 E Ward, F.Robinson, Burdette. DP Chicago 1. California 1. J-OB-Oiicago II. $ Y0R California 7. 2BF. Robinson, AAcCraw. ab r h bi ab r h Di 3B Ward. HR Age (3), Rodger (1). Brock rf 5 13 1 Hunt 2b 4 111 SB Aom. F Rdbinum. Cater. Cardwial. Javier 2b 4 1 I 0 LuplOW If 4 0 11 S Buford (2). SF Schaal. Piuaro B.Howard (W, 1-0) Lamabe Fisher Newman (L, 0-1) O.Egan Rubio Burdette Brunei See Your MERCURY OUTBOARD Dealer Today EDGEWATER Marine Ltd. 3400 Riverside Dr. (at Lauzon) 948-2921 Flood cf S 1 3 4 Bayer 3b 4 0 0 0 AJhnsn If 4 0 0 0 Kranepl lb 4 0 0 0 IP H R tR BS so Shanon If 0 0 0 0 Lewis rf 4 110 4 2-3 3 2 1 3 0 Smith 3b 3 0 10 Hickmn cf 4 0 0 0 3 3 12 MCarvr c 2 0 0 0 CCoimn c 3 1 1 0 1114 Corales c 1 0 0 0 McMilln ill I t I 0 Buchek ss 4 0 1 0 Gardnr p 10 0 0 1 Kernek lb 2 1 0 0 Suthlnd p 0 0 0 0 1 Ggliano lb 1 0 0 0 Brnarth p 0 0 0 0 1 Frncna lb 0 0 0 0 Hitler ph 0 0 0 0 0 Gibson p 4 110 Richson p 1 0 0 0 2 3 3 1-3 2 0 0 2 2 3 S 2 1-3 3 2 1 1-3 0 1 1 2-3 1 HBP By Newman F Robinson, Total 33 i t S Total 32 4 4 3 Skowron), By Rubio (Agee). WP- 5' uouis Si- ...... . ... u 1J1A A. A AAA. . n : c LJ . J 1.J1 A 1 1 TH ' - IWiA. iww.WW.w . riuvio. o nuwiu. ' j . . . " r c Javier, lub-af .uouis e, new r of n 2 3B Buchek. HR Flood (1). SB- CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH flood, Javier. S Corrales. ab r h bi ab r h bi IP H R ER BB SO Harper cf 3 1 1 OMAlou cf 4 12 0 Gibson (W, 2-0) 4 4 1 0 11 Rose 3b 4 0 0 0 Alley ss 3 0 11 Gardner 4 2-3 S 3 3 2 4 Pmson rf 4 0 0 0 Clemnte rf 4 0 2 0 Sutherland 0 0 0 0 1 0 Perez lb 4 0 2 1 Slargeil It 3 0 1 0 Bearnarth 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 DJhntn H 3 0 1 0 Pagan ph 1 0 0 0 Richardson (L, 0-1) 4 4 1114 Cardnas ss 4 0 1 0 Mota If 0 0 0 0 HBP By Gibson, Hiller. WP-Gard Helms 2b 3 0 1 0 Clendon lb 3 0 0 0 ner, Gibson, PB McCerver. T 2:42 Edward e 2 0 0 0 Maioski 2b t 0 0 0 a-4.261. L.Mav oh 1 0 0 0 Bauey 3b 3 0 0 0 Coker c 1 0 0 0 Gonder c 3 111 Pappas p 2 0 0 0 Veaie p 3 0 0 0 Simpsn ph 1 0 0 0 Notbart p 0 0 0 0 McCocri p 0 0 0 0 Run ph 10 0 0 Total 33 1 4 I Total 2f 2 7 2 Cincinnati 100 000 00O1 PittsDuigh 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 x I E Gonder, Clemente, Bailey. DP Pittsburgh 1. LOB Cincinnati I, Pittsburgh S 2B Cardenas. 3B AA.AIou. HR Gonder (1). SB Harper, Helms. S Alley. IP H R ER BB SO Pappas (L, 0-1) 4 5 2 2 17 Nolieoart 1 13 2 0 0 0 1 McCool 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 (W, 1-0) 4 1 I 3 f T-2 20 A- 5.727 Piieiiiiionin hits Timers' Hiller DETROIT (UPI) John Hiller, young left handed relief pitcher for the Detroit Tigers, is in Detroit Osteopathic Hospital where he has been diagnosed as having pneumonia and pleurisy. He had been ill for several days and flew home from Boston Wednesday night to enter the hospital. Work restrictions bother barbers Some Windsor area barbers are expressing concern about the restrictions on the hours of operation for their shops in the the Windsor area which functions under Essex zone A. Hours which are prescribed under Ontario regulation establish a five-day work week with hours between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., with Wednesday an enforced day of closing. This provides a 50 hour work week for barbers. A minority group of barbers, whose spokesman is Sabin Maich, who operates Match's barbershop in downtown Windsor and Ambassador Plaza barber salon on Huron Line, would like to see control on the hours of work of the individual, not control of the industry. f Mr. Maich said a minority group woula like to see shops open at the discretion of the owner with the work limited to 45 hours. This he feels would permit shops to be open at times when they could better serve the public. Present hours provide little recognition of changing working habits an. result in considerable inconvenience for many customers. Mr. Maich recently wrote to John R. Scott, administrator of the Industrial Standards Act for Ontario noting that barber shops in suburban areas of Windsor need more latitude in establishing their hours of work. He also supported the Ontario proposal to make changes which would permit barber shops to be closed Thursday and Friday mornings and remain open until 10 p.m. on those days. Mr. Scott said government proposals have been modified whereby an employer can elect two nights a week whereby employees could work until 7 p.m. This proposal along with some other amendments requires complete acceptance by barbers before it can be incorporated in any schedule. It has also been pointed out that in Detroit shopping centres barber shops are open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. six days a week and attract considerable business from the Windsor area. Control of hours of workers appears to provide a more effective limit than the restriction of hours of operation which Inhibits business and enterprise. Presentations to first ship The Annemarie Kruger, first foreign ship in the Port of Windsor in 1966, starts Windsor's foreign shipping season more than a week ahead of last year and indications are Windsor will see considerably more of this kind of traffic than in previous years. Improvement of the Morton Terminal facilities and expanding foreign trade Into the Great Lakes, provides promise of expansion In this area. Capt. Walter Richters, a veteran of 43 years at sea and master of the Annemarie Kruger, received an enscribed tray from Morton Terminal and Seaway Forwarders and a travel bag presented by the Windsor Harbor Commissioners. Seaway For warders also presented the captain with a plastic paper weight filled with new Canadian coins. Chun King opens export division The Chun King Corporation of Canada Ltd., which operates its Canadian food processing plant on Elliott St. in Windsor, has opened an export department which is able to serve all countries of the free world. Dr. E. W. Eickelberg, managing director, of the Chun King, Canada, said the firm has developed its worldwide potential within two years of establishing in Canada. Earlier successes with limited shipments to the United Kingdom provided the basis for the export department development. . Initially this department includes shipments to 25 countries including Commonwealth countries and free countries in Europe, Africa and the West Indies. Exports will include a complete line of Chun King canned and frozen Oriental foods and the full line of j Jeno's pizza and Italian food products, all prepared at the! Windsor plant. Harvey C. Ramsey, Chun King's vice president, marketing, will head the export division, assisted by Horst. Class. Shipments from the Windsor plant will utilize the St. Law-1 rence heaway, inciuaing me run in nmuiui nm uumig winter shipments will go via Saint John, N B. and Halifax. j Chun King established in Canada in lat and in 1964! purchased a frozen food plant from oriental commerce in' Windsor. Too onesided Official expresses parls-paet fears TORONTO (CP! The automotive part trade agreement with the United States gives Canadian automobile manufacturers complete freedom to use a minimum of Canadian made parts, an Automotive Pans Manufacturer Association official said Thursday. D. S. Wood, executive vice- president of the association, told the group's annual meeting tint while the pact calls for increased Canadian production. nothing prevents manufacturers from achieving it with imported parts. There is no guarantee at all of continued parts production in Canada none except the desire of the auto manufacturers to be good citizens in their host coun try, Mr. Wood 6aid. "We have ample evidence that they have this des're but there must be a practical incentive for the auto companie. to tran slate the desire into action." He urged the parts companies to be aggressive in their efforts to persuade manufacturers to tool a fair percentage of parti in Canada for the North American market. He said manufacturers would have an additional incentive to buy Canadian parts if the federal government would remove its 11 per-cent sales tax on production machinery and equipment. The association is sending representatives to Ottawa to seek a reversal of the budget decision that retains the tax until next April, he said. INVl Earning By Canadian Press Cariboo Gold Quart! Mining Co. ltd year ended Dec. 31. 1S, -4.20S; 144 S47.S6S Atlantir Coast Copper Corp. Ltd year ended Dec 31, W6S. 143.169 nel net loss; le4, 7U ?2 net loss Da Havitland Aircraft ot Canada Ltd., year ended Dec 31, 16S, 1.44V, 211 net lost; 164, tiV,60l Economic Investment Trust Ltd throe months ended March II. 14 177,72, 1 1 tents share; 15, StV 444. U cents. Ac! lands Ld , three months ended Feb. 24. W, IU0.0O0. 22 cents share 1965. I6S.000, 12 cents. Crown Zellerbath Canada ltd three months ended March 31. 14 12 402, oooj ms, Discovery Mines Ltd., three montns ended March 31. 144. tt.147; Iv&j. 11(1,400. Fruit Market TORONTO C Tredinq es t'cady Ofl ne noiso truit and veve'eota market. "rices t 11 n. (Ontario Ka. 1 ex tanry grown commodities un'et l mr is Stiacitlea. I APPLti; Mcmtrwh bw. I IV! ; jt. basket 40-sCi Pelltiovs bu 3?3i Spy tt. JlJ1i C. A Mrlntosh tM. 3 '4; 4 qt basket ,V . M . cello IW17J; kit Its, cello 1TV4 iV e-APAGUS: Cnl crete larue td- t 71, Wash, crate 19 7 VI! 00 bfAMS; Fia. Qreen bu. t 7Si waned 7 7 M. MET!: Bu LXJ.14A aaOCCOll: Cauf. las, 3 $4 BHussFL sPaCHitt, Cant. W.I0 et. l;l CASo-.f: Cant rartun 3 M3 7. To bag 3 7 3, CARROTS: Tes ino J420 oi 3 11- in. 10.1 1HJ71; Tee. 4 Ooi. bunrn. ed J ;VS Ml: Ari( bunvhed 4 dot. I 7t- 4 CtCUVE Ont heihous carton queers 1111(0; klnys t JOl 7 C AULlFLOAt ft : (a t certon 17s 4 4 25. Ie A4.2J) 20s SiS-3V Cf LlV: Cent, crate 2s, 2'ss and Ja, 4 ivs Ki Fla. crate 2s, 2'n end 3l. 3 7S-4. FGGPLANT; Fla bu. 4 TVS "M. PlVt : Fla. crate J 252 W t CAOlf ; fit CTil ! 2i-2 SO CMflN ONIONS: Aril, crate I tfoi. t KM 71 LfeTTUCF ; Ont. hothouse cra'e te di g-ji Calif carton 34s 4 40-jno LFCKS- II qt basket 3-2.2 MUSHNOfMS: I lb. carton large, 2 4o-2 Wj barton 2'V I JS ONIONS; SO lb. yelio. Jumbo I eu-l 75j Span, type J In. mr4 vo 4 7Sij I22 lb. ceH 1 Ul 13 1JI lb. ceno 1751) 10 K. bej v Vi multlilier M lb S 7V4i se's 7100. PARSNIF-S: 17.J4 ri, J.J H, bu washM 1 7V3. PAftHtv Fl crate ou 3 7S-4 PI Pft pie. green bu. e-IO mlsed bu. S-SIO, PO-TAIOCS: lost lb. weshed (to 1 0 144, hamper oten I.JI 71; Pl. lb. baa 3sV4. so lb. bag WitWi 14 lb. bu .40.44; Ni l 7 lb 3325) V0 lb. bag till; 10 lb bag 44-44; Calif. SO lb. carton 4 $0-4 40; bei, 10i 7S7 0O; Alia so lb. carton 4 Ks o. H4DISH: Fia cello '" 1 14 0 Aril. S do! bunched VI)) RAPKt; Carolina bunched. 44 ii. Hu84i8; Ont hothouse 10 lb carton I 40-vsoi No. 2( .7S- 40. SPINACH: Tei u'0 en. i y o sretwes is, Celf. 12 tt. 4 7SS.0O; Wash. 1 pt y Calf 13 pt S-i iSi behema 1 pt f.y 44 1$; Waih. 12 pt. trcy $$ OUA$H: Fla pepper crate 41 SO IS. MAlOtS: Hothouse 10 lb. carton JV ISO, Mi. til 70 lb vlnerle $xt ces ton 7 7 74; 30 lb 4.7 7 2$ 7 SO, Me tubes low 14 oi 2 7S 1 TUMNiPj- h or bu wtshd I 75 2j weaed I 7$ I. WATE MfcLC'NS: Mes 17 to X) lb. specimens 0- 10 MAPLE SVHUP: Ont. I ual 4 $0-7; Vi gal. 3 10-4 District Grain T e folioolng gra n prlrei were en the bass of No 2 urae or batier delivered at t sse County stations; Oils $ Soybean! tl Mvf Corn tl 40 Wneel II 40 See Your MERCURY OUTBOARD Dealer Today IN LEAMINGTON IN CHATHAM FORSYTH MOTORS RIVARD MARINE 39 Erie St. S. 326-6471 RR 3 352-3030 innOTflrai! 1 KEEPS CANADA CLEAN CANADA'S LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF f INDUSTRIAL CLEANING SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT I J i ELECTRICAL OR ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY GRADUATE Ontario Hydro requires a recent graduate of a recognised Technological ln.stitule or a position in Stratford. The succensful applicant will he given entenslve formal and on the job training in field tenttng ami in terview inspection of a variety of electrical and electronic equipment. The vunk will be associated with control, protective relaying, power measurement and communications. Attractive salary and employed benefits. A resume outlining education, experience and salary requirement should be addressed to: Personnel Department, Ontario Hydro itox 2it't5 Terminal A, 1075 Wellington Koad, I.OMMJ.N. Ontario. Hovercraft truth set on Machcnzic lliver TUKTO YAKTUK, N.W.T. (CP) Components of a 15-passenger hovercraft were being assembled Thursday in this Arctic community some 1,200 miles north of Edmonton in preparation for trials on the Mackenzie River. The 23 f oot-w ide, SRN5 hovercraft was delivered earlier this week by an RCAF Hercules from England. The hovercraft is believed a possible solution io far-north transportation when barges cannot haul cargo on water during winter. The test craft is expected to make its maiden rua on the river Friday. The Canadian Defence Research Board and the United Kingdom's interservice hovercraft trials unit are co-operating with several Canadian government departments in the seven-wetk trials. Dividend' By (mMim frs Rapid Or p and Bat'cn Ll.1 . Ciaal -IS, July I, rtiO'd J.n U. Is cents, Oct I record Sept U Thompson Ppcr fao Co Lid , common i cents, Jur. I, record Mey t Cinaaan ar ck pots Ltd, pre ferred lf'1 cents, June 20, record June U Tro-Atail Concrete Forming Ltd , common 3 cents, M 31, record My Is Imperial Lite Asturence Co ot Canada, common tl.CO, Juiy 1, record June Hamilton Cotton Lid., S per cert preferred SI ii, Auy. S, record Aug S, common 3D cents, June I, record H1 10 Great Late Paper Co. Ltd., common ii cer.ts, July 2. record June 3 PROFESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES The Company , . . A rapidly growing pharmaceutical firm, world leader in steroid research, tnaiketing its own research developments, will be interviewing for new ami challenging positions in its sales force. Thorough product and sales training is continuously provided, Tfie Poiitiont , , . Keqwire thorough knowledge and understanding of the Company's research Ueselopments, as well as the areas of medicine to which these products aptly. These posi lions entail calling on physicians, hospitals, wholesaler and drugitotes. The Indivldualt . . . iU-tween the ages of 25 and :i". university trained with emphasis on sciences, preferably with successful sales record and with the' ability to grow with the position, thus to take on greater responsibilities. Remuneration , , . Salary fully commensurate with the duties and respond-biiitie of the position, excellent incentive bonus, complete company paid benefits, car supplied, expenses paid. Location , , . fashions are Available in; London, Hamilton, Toiouto, Windsor. Reply in Confidence Giving Complete InfwrinaUoa U: SYNTEX Ltd.. Box K569 Windsor Star r

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