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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Timday, December 3, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 85 POULTRY AND SUPf LIES Heavy roasting hens, five to six Its., dressed, 50e per Ib. Fryers Free delivery. Also custom processing. H. Dyck, Coaldaie. Phone 345- 3224.__________________C484g.ll 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Registered Irish Setter puppies (or sale Championship O'lnsh bloodlines. 756-3447. Stirling.6686-6 Registered purebred miniature Pekinese puppies. Ready to go Dec. 20. Phone 756-3408, Stirling. 6701-4 St. Bernard puppies Registered. Purebred. Also females for sale. Phone 756-3408, Stirling. 6702-4 Okoonawa Kennels Individual indoor-outdoor heated solid block runs. See yellow pages.______23-tf For sale German Shepherd pups. Phone 732-4278, Picture Butte. 6570-5 Queensland Blue Healer pups tor sale.- Phone 752-3388, Raymond. 5381-tf Standard long haired Dachshund pups Pet and show quality. Cham- pionship bloodlines Will hold until Christmas. Phone 327-9441, after p.m. ____________6754-9 Pom and Terrier cross spayed female. One year old. Very fond of small chilcren. 327-6320.6771-5 MERRY CHRISTMAS Newfoundlands. Females and males. Pet and show. Best breeding. Guaranteed. Glen Elm Kennels, Athelstan, Quebec. 514-264- 2368._____________6772-4 87 FUR BEARING ANIMALS FURS BOUGHT SKINNED OR UNSKINNED. PICKED UP AT YOUR DOOR PHONE ALBERTA PACIFIC FURS COLLECT, 823-4223. Drumheller. ____________3730-t( 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MOTEL MANAGEMENT Require mature adults to assume full responsibility of operation of 16 unit motel, including room and office care. 60 miles from Lethbridge. Write Box 74, Herald. C2492-U Partner to manage Submarine Sandwich Shop. S800 per month salary plus 50% profit. Write 215 Ber- nard Ave.. Kelowna, B.C. 6653-13 Beauty salon for sale due to poor health. Phone 223-2665, after 6 p.m. or write P.O. Box 2012. Taber. 6460-4 GOING CONCERN Are you looking for your own business? If so. call us for more infor- mation on this excellent yard good business in busy shopping mall at Lethbridge. Contact PHYL KRISTIANSEN at 327-4943 or ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE at 328-7761. C4717-3 FOR SALE Country General Store in orosuerous Southern Alberta. Heart of the cattle country. Reason for selling other interests. Phone Lundbreck. 5711-14D ONE HOUR CLEANITIZING The successful name in dry cleaning and laundry. Franchise available for Southern Alberta centres. Ideal fami- ly investment. Box 4514, Station C. Calgary. 6081-5 FOR SALE BY OWNER 12 Suite apartment block, three years old, choice location, fully occupied. Building is of concrete and brick con- struction, mortgage. For further particulars write Box 25, Herald._________________C4405-1 ASTRO REALTY LTD. AND INSURANCE Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY AND BUSINESS FOR SALE CUSTOM TRUCKING BUSINESS Serving the large farming community of Lomond and district with livestock and grain hauling, excellent oppor- tunity to expand. Included in the sale is a lot, a 12 x 60 house trailer, a 1973 and a 1974 Ford Louisville LN 750. i-or this or many other business listings call ASTRO REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 323-7748 EXC. SERVICE STATION AND CAFE VAUXHALL AREA Well established Esso service station and cafe with three pumps, 18.000 gal. storage. Two bays with hoist, some tools and a fully equipped restaurant. Buy two homes and 5.7 acres with it all for and owner will take back an agreement. This is a going operation and a chance to get into business for a small investment. ASTRO REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 328-7748 MLS Elwood Sherman ........328-2685 Don Carroll .............327-4194 Jake Tarns...........328-6522 Alice Harm..... 327-3708 Coutts 327-6697 Kautz............ 329-0793 Torn Seines Insurance 329-4600 M BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Partner to manager Submarine Sandwich Shop In Lethbridge. a month salary plus 50% profit. Write 215 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, BC 6412-10 RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-9216 M.L.S. REALTORS OWNER RETIRING square foot millwork factory. The building is concrete and steel. The only one of its kind with heavy equipment, south of Calgary, many different kinds of machinery to do the finest work are included in the price. For more infor- mation on this well established business just phone a Realtor from Reliance. MLS B493 C4827-3 NEW COIN OPERATED GAME (THIS IS NOT GOLF) AGES 5 TO 90 WANT TO PLAY 1. Exclusive areas available in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. 2. Over 200 games now in operation, manufactured in B.C. 3. All locations supplied. There is no charge for an exclusive area. 4. All of investment is used for equipment. 5. Simple to service, part time. 6. S16.000 investment can return net per month from to 7. Excellent return when located in beer parlours, arcades, pool halls, bowling alleys, private clubs and recreational centres. For more information PHONE 327- 5701. EXTENSION 121. ASK FOR MARTY. 6812-5 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S.-328-5548 C5216-M 90 CONTRACTS Ted Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations. Phone 327- 3264. 4056-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 C1936-tf MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, land- scaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning, rototilling. No job too small or too large. 327-5817. Interior, exterior oaintino. srnal carpentry jobs, roof repairs Reasonable. Phone Bill 328- 9743. ___________ 4358-tt Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328- 3983 _______________7799-tf Design homes, complete renovations and general contractina. Free es- timates. Phone 6323-9 Entertain friends in your new rumpus room this holiday season. For fast and guaranteed workmanship phone your rumpus room specialist now. Phone 345-4938. 6011-19D Circle K Excavating. bob- cat specialists, dirt and gravel leveling, snow removal. We can do any job for you. 6480-4 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks I Willing to build new homes, commer- cial buildings or renovate your pre- sent home. Peter Simons and Sons Construction Ltd. Phone 327-6072 or 328-4066. 6571-31D Will haul drinking water or fill dugouts in the Picture Butte and Barons area. rates. 24 hour service. Phone 757-3743. Barons. 6673-6 HANDY MAN _ Serving home and industry. Garbage collection; yards, basements and garages cleaned. Free estimates. iPhone 328-4592.__________2509-f Contractor all repairs, renovations, lay blocks, bricks, fireplaces, stone laving sidewalks, driveways, cement finishing, stuccoing, in house builder, small jobs accepted. 328-0266, 329- 4678. MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE LETHBRIDGE'S MOST PROGRESSIVE REALTOR C4474-tf PRESTIGE HOMES'AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus 'corns and all cement work. Phone John 323-0147 or Harry 327- 0939. 756-tf Have your old furniture recovered. Reasonable prices. Example: two piece suite. per yard fabric. Total Hurry don't miss this offer. Terms down. Balance upon delivery. Phone 328-1002, for free es- timates. ________6813-5 Trenching, plowing, hoeing, in- stallations and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 327-8280 C2463-H BOX NUMBER REPLIES 38. 33. 31, 25, 3, 148. 140. 113. 108, 96. 76. CAN'T FATHOM GLASS A bird's vision is several times better than man's, but mirrors and picture windows are outside their realm of or- dinary experience and are often a source of death. THE FAMILY CIRCUS DEATHS RENNING Passed away in Vulcan on Monday, December 2, 1974, Mr. Tver denning at the age of 90 years of Carmangay, beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Ida Ren- ning. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4887, RASMUSSEN Maude, passed away in Magrath on Tuesday, December 3, 1974, beloved wife of John Rasmussen of Magrath. Funeral arrangements to be announced later. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4883 PALMER Ivan (John formerly of the, McNally District passed away suddenly in Vancouver on Sun- day, December 1, 1974 at the age of 43 years. Funeral arrangements to be announc- ed later. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4884 SHORT Passed away in the city on Monday, November 18, 1974, following a brief illness, Mr. William Henry Short at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Bertha L. Short of 403 8th Ave. A S. The funeral service was held at p.m. on Thursday, November in Southminster United Church, with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment followed in the Family Plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were: A. Cheesman, D. Ferguson, C. Jorgensen, L. Bailey, G. Dow, K. Ruston, J. Potts, F. Man- ning. Honorary Pallbearers were: J. King, W. Russell, P. Aitchison, H. Hines, A. Findlay, A. Somerville, C. A. Shackleford, W. Kergan, J. Livingstone, F. Londeau, D. Hall, G. Hislop, C. Hill. Members of the Lethbridge Fire Department formed the honor guard. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4886 PIEPGRASS Theora, passed away in Raymond on Sunday, December i, 1974 at the age of 70 years, beloved wife of Henry F. Piepgrass of Raymond. Besides her husband, Henry, she is surviv- ed by three daughters, Mrs. K. (Phyllis) Grayson of Raymond. Mrs. M. (Maxine) Manchur of Fort Smith, N.W.T. and Mrs. K. (Gail) Nelson of Marlboro, New Jersey: two sons, Evan D. of Calgary and Barrel G. of Blanding, Utah; eleven grand- daughters; eight grandsons; a sister, Mrs. C. H. (Ester) Strate of Lethbridge and three brothers, Jay E. Pack of Ver- nal, Utah, Frank S. Pack of Bullhead City, Arizona, and Darrel E. Pack of Long Beach, California. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, December at p.m. in the Raymond 2nd Ward L.D.S. Chapel, with Bishop Robert Fraser of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family, at the church, from p.m. until service time. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4885 PUBLIC NOTICE U.S. equalizing crude oil prices IN MEMORIAMS MacLAREN In loving memory of a dear husband Hugh Alexander MacLaren, who passed away December 3, 1971. remembered by his loving wife Anna. 6708 URBAN In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather, Joseph Urban, who passed away December 3, 1967. Wonderful memories woven in gold These are the memories we tenderly hold Deep in our hearts his memory is kept To love, to cherish and never forget. remembered by his wife Mary and families. 6711 CARDS OF THANKS KISBALI We would like to express our sincere thanks for the kindness and sympathy expressed by our friends and neighbors, and for flowers, food and cards sent to our home during the recent bereavement of our wife and mother. Kisbali, Paul Szoke 6725-7h SMITH We, the family of the late Harry C. Smith, wish to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude to relatives, friends and neighbors for the food, beautiful floral tributes and numerous cards. A special thanks to Rev. Shaw, The Happy Wanderers and The United Church Choir. The singing was beautiful. Frances Smith and sons Don and Wayne and families 6777-3 T Onrf "Mommy, someday ccm I wear bracelets on my WASHINGTON (AP) -The U.S. Federal Energy Adminis- tration (FEA) issued regu- lations Monday to equalize the cost of crude oil among refiners and the cost of fuel oils among distributors. FEA general counsel Robert Montgomery told reporters the program should cause little or no net change in the total cost of oil in the country as a whole, but may bring lower prices in some areas and higher prices in others. In particular, Montgomery said, FEA estimated that the East Coast, especially New England, may save some million a month by gaining greater access to price-con- trolled domestic oil, moderating the impact of higher imported oil prices. Montgomery said areas of the country which have benefited in the past from greater access to domestic oil, particularly the land- locked central and northern states, may see their oil Hurlburt criticizes grading discrepancies Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA A western cattleman, who is also a member of Parliament, claims meat packing com- panies are not paying producers on the basis of government grades. Ken Hurlburt (PC Lethbridge) claims he has documentary evidence that processor payouts are not on the basis of grades. "There are wide discrepan- Hurlburt declared after unsuccessfully trying to get the matter investigated. Hurlburt says producers selling on the basis of carcass weights and grading are receiving as much as 10 cents a pound difference for animals receiving the same grade, delivered to the same plant, on the same day. Hurlburt says he has collected large numbers of grading slips from western producers that prove his allegation. One producer, he says, delivered 16 head. All graded Al, but the producer received 82 cents for some of the animals and 75 cents for others. Another producer sold four animals to the same plant, the same day. All graded Al, but he received 72.5 cents a pound for three of them and 82.5 cents for the other. In at least one instance the packing plant has made good the difference, Hurlburt says, and that should be a precedent. He intends to keep after the Department of Agriculture to keep closer tabs on processor activities. "As things are Hurlburt says, "the packing plants are making a mockery out of government grading." prices rise somewhat as they pay a larger share of the cost of imported oil. The equalization program will take effect over the next two months. Canada has its own price- equalization system. The fed- eral government uses taxes on Western Canada oil to finance subsidies on oil bought on international markets for use in Eastern Canada. The U.S. program was developed to remove the une- qual costs and prices created by the previous, two-tier price control system. Under that system, "old oil" from wells drilled up to 1972 can be sold only at or below a federal price ceiling, now a barrel. But "new oil" is not price-controlled and is sold at prevailing world market prices, now about to a barrel. Refiners with access to do- mestic "old oil" thus enjoyed a lower cost, reflected in a competitive advantage over others forced to buy new or imported oil. The new regulations entitle each U.S. refiner to a share of the domestic old oil, in proportion to his share of total refinery output. Little or no "old oil" actual- ly will be shipped among the refiners; instead, Montgomery said, refiners with entitlements to more old oil than they actually have are expected to sell the en- titlements to those holding the oil, thus equalizing their costs without taking physical delivery-. FEA also adopted a similar equalization regulation to pro- tect competition among marketers of two major petroleum products: No. 2 dis- tillate and residual fuel oils. Marketers of those products would also be assigned entitle- ments to domestic "old" crude oil. In both crude oil and fuel oils, the regulations were designed mainly to protect independent refiners and markets who depend upon ma- jor producer-refining com- panies for their supplies. Chancellor to visit U.S. WASHINGTON (Reuter) West German Chancellor Hel- mut Schmidt will have two meetings with U.S. President Gerald Ford during an official visit to the United States this week. Schmidt arrives in Washing- ton on Wednesday and will be greeted at the White House by President Ford the following day, when the two men will have their first session of talks, an official program released by the state depart- ment said Monday. Ford will give a White House dinner in honor of the chancellor on Thursday even- ing and they will have a further session of talks on Friday. During his two-day stay in Washington, Schmidt will also have meetings with State Secretary Henry Kissinger, and members of the Senate foreign relations committee. Workers' group surfaces in Quebec labor inquiry GOVERNMENT OF XtBEBTA SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Monday. 23 December, 1974 for the following work: CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST CONCRETE GIRDER BRIDGE ON LOCAL ROAD (OLD HIGHWAY OVER LESSER SLAVE RIVER 10 MILES EAST OF SLAVE LAKE. Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Bridge Engineer. Highways Building, Edmonton, Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building. Lethbridge. and Office of !he District Engineer Highways Building. 4020 Bowness Road, N.W., Calgary and will be available only to individuals domiciled and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating and who have established a fixed placr- of business in the ProvincB of A deposit of Twenty-five Dollars will be required for each copy of Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accom- panied by a marked cheque or bond equal !o 10% of tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. V E. McCune Deputy Minister of Highways Transport MONTREAL (CP) A workers' underground within the Quebec Federation of Labor (QFL) surfaced at a government inquiry Monday and denounced the QFL's trusteeship over its construc- tion federation. Henri Gagnon, former president of Local 568, Inter- national Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, and spokesman for an unofficial workers' group calling themselves Free Workers of the Construction Industry, said it was time for workers "to put corrupted union leaders under trusteeship." The QFL announced last week it had placed the provin- cial council of building trades under trusteeship following unfavorable testimony against the construction wing at a royal commission on construction union freedoms. Gagnon, who was beaten and hospitalized in 1971, said he was forced to resign by "criminal elements" who in- filtrated his union and he denounced anti-democratic practices among certain QFL unions. The man who replaced Gag- non, Roland Fiset, is to testify today about a loansharking op- eration that was allegedly operated among union members by at least two stewards. Gagnon said government legislation was responsible for destroying union democracy in Quebec in recent years, by placing too much power in too few hands. Former alderman nominated CALGARY (CP) John Kushner, a former city alderman and public school trustee, was nominated Mon- day night as the Conservative party candidate for Calgary Mountain View in the next provincial election. It was not until the third ballot that Mr. Kushner won the nomination over Dave Crawford and George Swales. He mentioned Louis Laberge, president of the QFL, and Andre Desjardins, who resigned last week as director of the QFL council of building trades, as leaders who' betrayed their union membership. "Under the whip of the La- berge-Dejardins duo, normal union rules were gradually re- placed by the law of the under- Gagnon said in a brief presented to the commission. He said underworld infil- tration of unions coincided with enactment of Bill 290 in 1969, when contract negotiations were taken from the hands of union locals and placed "under two union federations. Then one of the federations, the QFL, gained exclusive control over its rival, the Con- federation of National Trade Unions, through later amend- ments to the law. Gagnon said with power concentrated in the hands of leaders like Laberge, the construction industry has not seen true negotiations since 1966. The commission was form- ed last March 27 to investigate the freedom of construction workers to choose their union affiliation. Civil service gripes to Alta. to be examined EDMONTON (CP) A tri- partite task force probably will be established to examine grievances of the provincial civil service and prescribe remedies, Dr. Bert Hohol, provincial manpower and labor minister, said Monday. Dr. Hohol said the task force will include represen- tatives of government, the Public Service Commission and the Civil Service Associa- tion of Alberta. The CSA says all provincial employees should be under jurisdiction of the Alberta labor act, which would mean employees had the right to strike. Government represen- tatives have said the right to strike should be withheld because of the government's need to provide continual ser- vice. "Other things in the legisla- tion (governing the relationship between govern- ment and civil service) need S. TEMPLE ARRIVES ACCRA, Ghana (AP) Shirley Temple Black, U.S. ambassador designate, arriv- ed Monday with her husband and daughter Doris to assume her appointment. to be upgraded, as said Dr. Hohol, who anticipated agreement could be reached by the end of the year. Dr. Hohol also predicted 1975 will be "a stressful- with inflation .and labor shortages the major problems. Existing agreements affecting hospital workers, municipal employees, teachers, construction workers and civil servants ex- pire before the end of March, 1975. Cosmonauts feeling well MOSCOW (AP) Two Rus- sian cosmonauts on a rehear- sal flight for the U.S.-Soviet space expedition carried out their assigned tests today and reported they are feeling well, Tass reported. The Soviet news agency said Anatoly Filipchenko and Nikolai Rukavishnikov had breakfast, made medical checks, "checked on the growth of micro-organisms in the weightlessness of space and experimented with their life-support systems." Patterns Socks or Boots! 7429 Crisp Up Your Day PRINTED PATTERN Snuggle cold feet into high- or-low boots or socks! Extra-warm, extra-easy mainly single crochet in 3 colors of sport yarn. For boot version, add crocheted soles. Pattern 7429: Women's Sizes S. M, L included. 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Heraid, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue. Scar- borough, Ontario MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. COFFEE FIENDS The world's greatest coffee drinkers are the people of Fin- Idnd. who consume 37.3 pounds "of coffee per person per year. CRISP UP YOUR DAY with the newest of shirt looks this wide-collared shape with bodice curving. Belt optional, no fussy details sew it now! Printed Pattern 4624: Misses' Sizes 8, 10. 12, 14. 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes yards 45-inch fabric. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne, Adams. Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue. Scar- borough, 'Ontario MIT 4P7. CAREERS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded 1818 5th Avenue South, Lethbridge Qualifications: Experience in public relations or in the field of mental retardation. Wages negotiable. Duties to commence January 1. 1975. Applications must be in before December 14, 1974. PHARMACIST MANAGER required for WHITE CROSS DRUGS Lethbridge, Alberta Excellent starting salary, Pension and Profit Sharing Plan. Experience is not necessary. Reply with resume in confidence to: WHITE CROSS DRUGS LTD. 2343 2nd Avenue Regina, Seek. Atten: Mr. R. Seibel ;