Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
-THE LETHBRIDGE 90 CONTRACTS R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors. Sidewalks, patios, driveways, floors Estimates. Days 328-1468. evenings 327- 2627 9349-tf 30- 90 __ _______________ i> J'IGE HOMES AND CONSTR us lor homes and home ,f. provementi. garages, rumpus ooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327- 0939 756-11 3arage building, cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 10207th Ave S Phone 327-6682 _______C7377.H ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745______C1936-H 7arm and ranch painting. Farms and industrial spray painting done Also interior and exterior of house Phone 327-2046 1578-H rences repaired built Miscellaneous Building Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs Jim 327-5087. 328- 3983 _________________ 7799-11 TANDEM DUMP TR'JCK LOOKING OR STEADY WORK. PHONE 286-2844 OR WRITE BOX 1234 CALGARY. ALBERTA T2P OL2 1879-21 Contractor all repairs, renovations, ay blocks, bricks, fireplaces, stone aymg. sidewalks, driveways, cemeni mishing. stuccoing, in house builder. ?mall jobs accepted 328-0266. 329- 4678. ________________387-H Custom built homes by Peter Simons and Sons Quality workmanship Bring in your plans. '37 13th St N Business phone 327- '052 residence 328-4066. 328-5050. 1319-20 PRAIRIE Ditching Company of Lethbridge TRENCHES, HOES, PLOWS FOR 3AS. ELECTRIC DRAIN TILE, WATER. SEWER. SPRINKLER, You Name It C383-tt Air staple machines and nailers. C and J Equipment. 328-4765.C2036-2 MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, land- scaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning, rototilllng. No job too small or too large. 327-5817. 2120-tf Complete basement, framing, finishing and drywall contracts 328- 9525, Design Homes. 2121-tf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 5, 103, 129. 130, 146 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Surrogate Court of Southern Alberta, Judicial District of Lethbridge In the Estate of ALEX BALANYK. late of Lethbridge, Alberta. Retired CPR Foreman, who died on the 22 day of January, 1974. Take Notice that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the Public Trustee by the 18th of October, 1974, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. C. R. VAN KLEEK Deputy Public Trustee 201 John J Bowlen Bldg 620 7th Ave. S.W CALGARY, Alberta T2P OY8 S39 SIGN STEEL PACT TEHRAN (AP) Iran and a West German industrial giant signed an estimated million agreement Tuesday giving Iran a 25 per cent interest in the Krupp steel works. 38 BUSINESS PRODUCTS 233 31 Street North Phone 327-7917 P.O. Box 992, Lethbridge DOUBLE PEDESTAL DESK Retail 3S'S PRICE During September Walnut Body Walnut Laminate Top 38 BUSINESS PRODUCTS 233 31 St. North Phone 327-7917 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS PURVIS Allan and Gloria are happy to announce the birth of a sister for Lori and Trent, Christine Irene, arriv- ed Sept. and weighed 7 Ibs. 1 oz. 2100 RINGLAND Jim and Lori are pleased to announce the birth of their first child. Donna May Ringland arrived on Sept. 16, 1974, at a.m. at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. 2122 BOBAK Ron and Lana are very proud to announce the birth of their son, Troy Alexander, 7 Ibs. 9 ozs., at St. Michael's Hospital on Friday, September 13th, 1974. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs H. R. Clow and Mr. and Mrs. J. F Bobak, all of Lethbridge. Insured 1964 DEATH ROGERS Passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1974, at Pincher Creek, Harry Rogers, of Crestview Lodge, Pincher Creek, at the age of 90 years Born in England in 1884, he came to Canada, residing first in Saskatchewan and then in Pearce, Alberta, before farming in the Summerview District. He retired to Pincher Creek in the early 1950's and was residing in Crestview Lodge at the time of his passing. He was a veteran of the First World War and a member of the Royal Canadian Legion. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher Creek on Friday, Sept. 20, 1974 at 2 p.m., A. T. Gray officiating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, Ames Insurance. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C2062 DEATHS SIMPSON Mrs. J. A. Simpson passed away suddenly Sept. 17, 1974, in Calgary, at the age of 69 years. Survived by husband, James: four sons, David, Van- couver, Maurice, Lethbridge, Brian and Kevin, in Calgary: two sisters, Francis and Helen. Funeral services will be held Friday, Sept. 20, at St. Girard's Church in Calgary, Monsignor Klinnin of- ficiating. Mclnnis and Holloway, Calgary, Directors of Funeral Service. 2161A ROTHE Passed away suddenly in Cardston on Tues- day, September 17, 1974, Mr. Leonard Tex Rothe at the age of 49 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Irene Rothe of Card- ston. Born in Cardston, the late Mr. Rothe had resided in Cardston all his life and was active in the Cardston Minor Hockey Association and the Rod and Gun Association. He was a member of the volunteer Fire Department, the Auction Mart, and an honorary member of the Royal Canadian Legion in Cardston. Being an avid golfer, he sponsored and donated a trophy to the, Cardston Junior Golf League. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons, Rob and Dallas at home; two daughters, Mrs. G. (Jackie) Shaddock of Calgary and Gern at home; two sisters, Mrs. G (Alberta) Nielson of Concord, California, Mrs. P. (June) La Pointe of Victoria, B.C.; one brother, Mr. Frank Rothe of Denver, Colorado. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, September 20, 1974, in Cardston L.D.S. Stake Centre, with Rev. James Ruxton of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the Stake Centre from p.m. until prior to the time of service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C2063 Get in on the gold rush. Our Golden Touch. Every week more people who appreciate fine Canadian whisky are discovering it, and staying with it. Reason? A full, mellow taste. The unmistakable smoothness of a perfectly blended whisky. Join the gold what's fast becoming one of Alberta's favourite ryes. GoldenTouch.ByCorby. Corby. Good taste in Canada since 1859 DEATHS FAUVILLE Martha Fauville, wife of the late Leon Fauville, formerly of Coleman. passed away at Ed- monton on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1974. Funeral services at Friday, September 20 at the Chapel of Chimes, 10179 108 St., Edmonton. 2161 ELDER Wednesday, Sep- tember 18, 1974, Annie Gladys Elder, aged 74 years, Milo. Services, Milo United Church, Friday, September 20, 1974 at 1 30 p.m., Mrs. E. Howie of- ficiating. Interment, Milo Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge" of arrangements. C2061 EARL Passed away in the city on Sunday, Sep- tember 15, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Thomas Lyle Earl, at the age of 23 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Raysha Earl of 1227 St. Catherines Rd. Prayers will be said at p.m on Thurs- day (tonight) September 19, 1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Friday, September in St. Vladimir's Ukrainian Catholic Church, 715 13th St. S with Rev. Father Bruce Field. Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Family Plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Foundation, Mrs. M. N. Wray, 170515th St. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2064 JENKINS Kenneth G. passed away Tuesday, September 17th, 1974 of 20 Bluebird Crescent, Sherwood Park, Alberta at the age of 39 years. He leaves to mourn his loss his loving wife Willis; one son. Kent; one daughter, Jill both at home; his loving parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Jenkins of Medicine Hat; one brother, Donald of Bow Island; three sisters, Mrs. Jim (Kathleen) Thorson of Chipman, Mrs. Fred (Doreen) Sailer of Medicine Hat and Miss Joyce Savoie of Edmon- ton; his father and mother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. W. McCorkle of Edmonton. Funeral service will be held in the Howard and McBride Funeral Chapel on Friday. September 20th at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetic Association. 2160 IN MEMORIAMS LEHTO In loving memory of a dear daughter, sister, and aunt, Mildred, who passed away September 19, 1970. Deep in our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. Mom, sister Marie, Sharon and Linda and families. 2124 FRIEND In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Malvern. who entered eternal rest. September 19. 1972. Where eternal suns are shining. And skies are ever blue: We pray your soul is resting. Till we may come to you. remembered, ever loved by his family. 2103 DEGENSTEIN In loving memory of a dear father, grandfather and great-grand- father, Valentin, who passed away September 18. 1969. Forget vou Dad. we never will For in our hearts, you are with us still. Behind our smile, there is many a tear For the Dad we lost, and loved so dear. missed by Phyllis, Fre4 and families. 2102 LEHTO In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother. Mildred, who passed away September 19, 1970. No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day Though absent you are always near SJHJ loved. still missed, still very dear remembered by Harold. Karren and Gene and families. 2104 Oil loophole possibly behind overcharge WASHINGTON (AP) -The Federal Energy Administra- tion said Friday that oil com- panies may have overcharged the public million or more, using an obscure regulation which was not sup- posed to be adopted. FEA general-counsel Robert Montgomery told reporters the agency had deleted, in drafting oil alloca- tion regulations, a loophole which might be interpreted to let the companies collect twice for the same oil. But Montgomery said the provision somehow crept back into the final regulations published last Jan. 15. "Who did what is Montgomery said, we're trying to reconstruct what happened." Montgomery said Robert Bown, a Phillips Petroleum Corp. executive who worked temporarily in the federal energy office, may have taken part in preparing the petroleum regulations, and Montgomery said this was called tff the attention of the justice department, already checking Bowen's employ- ment for possible conflict of interest. But Montgomery said it was not known whether Bowen had anything to do with the specific provision which open- ed up the loophole for the oil companies. Bowen was not immediately available for comment. HIRED FOR ONE YEAR Montgomery said Bowen was hired by the federal government for one year un- der an exchange program which barred such visiting ex- ecutives from participating in policy decisions affecting their industry employers. Montgomery said at least eight or 10 large oil companies appeared to have used the loophole in the regulation, registering without justifica- tion alleged costs that may run to about million, which might later reappear as increased product prices. "We think that upwards of million was passed through (in product Montgomery said. He said the FEA has propos- ed regulations to block further pass-through of these un- justified costs, and the loophole itself was closed by a change in the regulations last June 1. Senator Henry Jackson said he has ordered an inquiry into the entire matter. Montgomery said Phillips to which Bowen returned after leaving FEA was one of the companies which apparently used the loophole in its cost accounting, but he said Phillips apparently has not passed this through to con- sumers in its product prices. Montgomery said Mobil Oil and Gulf Oil apparently also were among those adding this so-called "double dip" to their books. REFUSED TO GIVE NAMES But he refused to identify other companies until the FEA completes its present auditing and determines the full extent of industry abuse of the provision. He said Mobil had. in fact, written last March to William Simon then head of the federal energy office and now treasury secretary, advising him it thought the provision allowed Mobil to count the crude oil cost twice. "We have no record of the letter being Montgomery said. He said Gulf wrote to FEA in August to ask about the provision and an answer was being prepared. CARDS OF THANKS FARRELL t wish to thank the doctors and nurses, also everyone in the Municipal Hospital who were so good to me: for visits, gifts, cards, and flowers Thank you very much. Farrell 2123 KARREN We wish to ex- press our deepest apprecia- tion to all our friends and relatives for the beautiful floral tributes, cards, food and words of sympathy ex- pressed during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to the doctors and nurses of the Municipal Hospital Karren, LaRuc. Fred Clinton. Lillian Helen Dean, Joanne Nurae and families. The "double dip" loophole was a seemingly innocent provision allowing refiners to increase product prices just enough to pass along any increases in the cost of the crude oil they were refining. But oil producers were re- quired to share favorable supplies of crude oil during the Arab oil embargo with other refiners whose supplies were inadequate. The regulations allowed them to recover the cost of this crude oil from the refiners to whom it was sold Thus, the large companies which both produced and refined crude oil were allowed to collect cost increases from other refiners on oil sold to them and from customers on products made from the rest of their crude oil. In the Jan. 15 regulations, however, the provision for the product pass- thiough somehow picked up an unintended phrase allowing the price increases to reflect the costs "of all available crude oil prior to making crude oil sales to comply with this program Montgomery said this appeared to mean the producers could sell crude oil as required and recover the cost from other refiners, but then include the cost of that oil already sold when calculating price increases on their own products Snake River jump box office fizzle BUTTE, Mont. (AP) Evel Knievel, who had said he might make as much as million from his Snake River Canyon exploit, now says his take from the unsuccessful launch will probably be less than million. The day after the unsuccess- ful jump near Twin Falls, Idaho, Knievel said he had earned 'about million, but the motorcycle stuntman says he doesn't mind getting only a third that amount. "What the said Knievel Tuesday, relaxing in his home town after a day of hunting. "I'm still alive. I have the blue Montana sky. What do I need all that money Robert Arum of Top Rank, Inc.. in New York, confirmed Wednesday that the much touted guarantee or 60 per cent of the gross ticket sales and other profits to Knievel was for publicity value and was never a legally binding contract. Top Rank did the closed-circuit telecast of the jump. Arum now says Top Rank and Knievel have a 50-50 gen- tlemen's agreement. Arum says he doesn't expect to make much more than 000 after expenses, instead of hoped-for millions "Never in our wildest dreams did we think so few people would watch the said Arum. "We were very, very disappointed by ticket sales." Arum and his promoters had said they expected 1.8 million persons in 350 theatres throughout the United States and Canada to buy tickets averaging Now Arum says less than half a million bought tickets, and only 260 theatres shared the event. Remembers the youth LONDON (AP) Dennis Flanders, council member for Camelford, Cornwall, wants a special board erected in a local park so young lovers can carve messages on it. He introduced the idea as council was considering putting wire mesh over a park shelter to protect it from carvers "We were all young once and probably all did a bit of carv- ing our initials. We should not go out of our way to stop something which is virtually a tradition." successor No in sight for Chinese premier New York Times Service HONG KONG With Chou En-lai on the sidelines in failing health, the emphasis in Peking seems to be on forestalling conflict over key leadership positions by making it plain that no one person is going to inherit the authority, the ailing premier used to wield. The only one of the five chairmen of the Communist party who has put in any appearance at all in the last six weeks is Wang Hung-Wen, the young leader from Shanghai who suddenly emerged last year in the No. 3 position, ranking behind only chairman Mao Tse-tung and Chou. Yet Wang, who has invariably been at Mao's side when a foreign head of state or government came to call in the last year, was conspicuously absent last week when the Chinese leader received President Ghansimghe Eyadems of Togo. Thursday. Mao met Gen. Yakubu Gowon of Nigeria and. once again. Wang was not on hand. Analysis here interpreted his absence as a sign of the delicacy of the present political movement in Peking. Previously, when Wang showed up at the chairman's meetings with foreigners. Chou was always there. It was possible, therefore, to see Wang in the role of an apprentice statesman. But with the premier removed from the picture as now seems to be the case the younger man's continued presence at these meetings could easily give the impression that he is taking on some of Chou's responsibilities. Instead, it is made plain that any such speculation would be at least premature. Wang's exact role remains obscure. He has been identified as one of the leaders of the waning anti-Confucian campaign and now and then appears in a uniform of the People's Liberation Army. Given the geriatric state of most of the top leaders of the Communist party, he may very well be preoccupied wilh its day-to- day affairs. Meantime, in order to head off any hasty conclusions thai a successor has been chosen to Chou as head of the Chinese government, two deputy premiers take turns playing host to foreign guests. The Togolese was greeted by Ten Hsiao-ping, who also found time to meet Japanese and German visitors and an American congressional delegation headed by Sen. J. W. Fulbright. retiring chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee. But Gowon of Nigeria, the most eminent foreign leader to visit China this month, is being squired not by Ten but by Li Hsien-nien. Analysis searching for a new Chinese leadership formula in this pattern can conclude only that the formula still eludes the Chinese.