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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES rOR SALE RAYMOND CLEANER! Building for sale alia. Box 461. mond. Phone lit-liO. 1MHIM RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. 5. Prione 327-1114 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 17 5W or nearebl offer buyi famines aroperly In Picture Butle, now opera tmj as rale and roams. May b converted Inlo other business or res! denlial revenue. Properly twiner wl consider Lelhbrldge home cf lat mcdcl car In trade. CONTACT JOE PERLICH AT HIGHWAY GROCERY AND GAS PUMPS A qoad living for E husband and learn or e small family. Properly conslsls a grocery witt gab pump plus a modern three bed room home on a thre-s quarter let in Ihe community uf Jailray, B.C This is a resort area and offer best in hunllng and fishing plu access to several papular lakes. Business showing sleady annual in crease. One of B.C.'s boom areas. AsKing wilh to handli Write; Easl Kootenay Realty Lid. Box 844, Cranbrook, B.C. 7543-2; 74 LOANS t INVESTMENTS TO BUY SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LIMITED College Mall. Phone 32S-3331 The wildest facility available. We c sider ALL TYPES cf mortgage C20B6-2P 75 CONTRACTS WATER WELLS DRILLED. CONTACT Allan Bros., S53-3IB2, Cardslon- 2399-27 WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT WORK. CUSTOM WOODWOR_K OFFICE furniture, remod e 1 I i n Q. tables, fences. Finest craftsmanship. Phone 228-9525. JQi7.ll FENCES, CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS OR PATIOS. PROMPT SERVICE. GUARANTEED WORK MANS HIP PHONE 32B-79D5. 7K7-H GARAGE BUILDING CEMENT and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1D2D 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-MB2. C73" FREE ESTIMATES DM KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI- NA CABINETS. BORGE RAVEN, 327- REMODELLING HOUSES, SIDE- wnlks, driveways, garaaes, cupboards and csblneh. after 6 p.m. FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, Old basemenls dug, waler proofing, in- sured, tree esllmstes. C3661-IT LANDSCAPING IS OUR BUSINESS- La.vns our specialty. Just call Peler at 377-5434. 2314-27 RAINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR- aling Wall paper, vinyl and sprsy- ina. Free eslimofes. Pfrone 32B-21SJ. 1921-11 C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equip- ment. Concrete equipment. Corral cleaning- Phone 326-1765. 1 HO 2nd Ave. S. C609-lf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS, NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 338- 5745. CIMfi-lf FENCES, SIDEWALKS, T I 0 S. i Free cs- No 32S or 345. 127J-IJ ino, finishing and fcrr I'mates. Guaranteed job loo s-nall. Phona "PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read their ad vertisements Bnd REPORT ERRORS In time for Ihe next Insertion. Thi Herald Is only responsible for the flrel incorrect Insertion. Jjirths, jLjecttks, J-unerals, Miy M, 1V73 THE UTIIBRIDGE HERAID 23 Younger pupils start school Hearings ended DEATH SUN CHUEN Passed awa n Bow Island on May 23, 1972, Mr. Sun Chuer at the age of 74 years, belovec nisband of Mrs. 13 o w Chuen of Bow Island. Born in China, the late Mr. came to Bow Island h where he has resided until his lassing. He was a pioneer busi- less man having founded The ?huck Chuen Company which s still being operated by amily. In Centennial Year he vas the only businessman Bow Island to receive )laque, being the only business Elill owned and operated by the iriginal family. member of the He was Bow Ihamber of Commerce. sides his loving wife he is sur- ived by four daughters, Miss Helen Chuen and Miss Chuen both of Bow I Mrs. John H. (Hazel) Fong of 'aber, Mrs. Lome H. (Violet) of Lethbridge: t inns, Mr. George Chuen Mr. Harry Chuen of Bow Island Norman Chuen Hat; 12 grandchil- and Mr. Medicine Iron; one sister in Hong Kong, le was predeceased by daughter, Irene and one broth' r. The funeral service will be eld on Friday al p.m. in t. Andrews United Chu iow Island with Rev. 0. lodge officiating. Interment v_xr VCC Sim i in uen 910 his usi-The hich his he in less the s and Be-sur-liss ary and, I let) irce and and of :hil-mg. one olh-be in rch, R. CRIPI'S Passed away in the city on Monday, May 22, 1972, Mr. Herbert Algernon Cripps at the age of 75 years of 951 llth Slreol South. The graveside service will be1 held on Friday, at 11.01) a.m., wilh Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment follow in Mountain View C e m o liM-y. Friends may pay Ihcir respects at Marlin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 1112 3rd Ave. South. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Serrk-e. WALLACE Passed away in Medicine Hat on Tuesday, May 23, 1972, Mr. John Nei Wallace at the age of 88 years of '153 7th Street South East, Medicine beloved husband of Ihe Idle Mrs. Etta Wallace. The late Mr. Wallace was .i harbor in Lclhbridge until his retirement in He is survived by one son, James Medicine Hal; one daughter, Mrs. J. (Margaret) Cooke ol Vancouver, n. C.; six grandchildren; gi'cul grandchildrei and one sisler, Mrs. (Marion) McNeish. Renfrew, Ontario. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. South, phone 3211 2361, witli Rev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in Archmoiuit Memorial Gardens. MARTIN EROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. MEMORIAMS In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Frank Lcngyel, who passed atray May 25, 1952. As time goes by memory .stays, A.s near, as dear as yesterday, No need for words except to say, Still loved, still missed in way. remembered by his wife Elizabeth and all the family. the last meeting to a recommendation that may affect Ihe school stalling age ol a number of children in the 1972-73 school year. On a recommendation from the county co-ordinating committee, the school board tentatively approved a change that would allow children reaching their sixth birthday hy the last day of February of the school 1972, subject to the approval of the school system. All children who arc six years of age by September I must attend school, Those with birthdays between Sept. land the end of February of Ihe following year may attend, subject, to approval, following a period of orientation to be held in June. The decision whether In admit such students will be made by the teacher, the principal, the guidance counsellor and the superintendent in consultation with the child's parents. Superintendent of schools Clifford Elle emphasizes lo parents that tentative approval only has been given. The matter has been referred back to Ihe schools for comment, and a final decision will be taken at the next School Committee meeting in June. However, in anticipation of Uie policy's implementation, schools will go ahead with their orientation program m June. Parents who have children that are affected by the proposed policy are urged to seek further information regarding the orientation program from the principal of the school lo which the child would go, without delay. In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Joseph Chol-lalt. who passed away May 25 1951. Time goes on but memories slay, As near and dear as vesler-day. A day to remember, sad to recall, Without farewell yon left us all. remembered by his wife and family. Milson Ray of Raymond, passed away in IjCthbridge on Wednesday, May 24th, 1972, at the age of B4 years Mr. Litchfield was born in Fayetlc, Utah January I, 1008 and came to Canada with his parents around the turn of the century. When the land was opened up for homesteading, he took up a homestead in the Purple Springs district. Later he farmed in the Wooltord, Coaldale and Taber districts. Mr. Lilchfield worked for many years for the Canadian Sugar Factories and was employed there unlil his retirement some 19 years ago. He leaves to mourn his passing, two daughters, Mrs. Florence Herget of Stirling and Mrs. Mae Me-Mahon of Orange, California; 10 grandchildren and Ihree greal grandchildren; 1 h r e c brothers, Parley, Ernesl and Carlyle all of Raymond. Funeral services will be held in the Taylor Stake Chapel in Raymond on Saturday, May 27 al 2 p.m., with Bishop Dwayne Hall officiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior Lo the service, in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRIS-TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. STOUT Funeral service for L. Virgil Stout, beloved husband of Mrs. Ida Louise Stout of 2110 llth Ave. A S. who died in the city Sunday, May 14 3972, at tilts age of 62 years was held at p.m. Wednesday in Marlin Bros Traditional Chapel. 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating Pallbearers were Douglas Ferguson, Bill Turner, Gordon Lu-chia, George Smith, Martin Matlock and Harlcy McDonald Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sre-vice, was in charge of the In loving memory of our mother and grandmother, Gwen Conlon. who passed away May 25, 1971. In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you lade away. Our hearts were almost broken, You fought so hard to stay. God knew that you were suffering, That the hills were hard to climb. We lived in hope and prayed in vain, That God would make you well again. But someday He will tell us why He broke cur hearts and let you die. Sadlv missed by daughters LaRee, Jean, Linda and families. RETIREMENT UNITED NATIONS (AP) -The United Nations announced Wednesday that Henry R. La-bouisse had been given another Iwo years as executive director of the UN Children's Fund, a post he has held since 1965. La-aouisse, who was once U.S. ambassador to Athens, is eight years over the UN retirement Funeral service for Pieter Venhuis, beloved husband of Mrs. Alice Venhuis of 325 12th St. B. N. who died in the city Thursday, April 27, 1972, at Ihe age of 50 years, was held at p.m. Saturday in Uie Cliristiau Reformed Church. 1807 2nd Ave. A N., with Rev. L. Mulder officiating. Pnllbearcrs were Joe Bar-thel, Hank Hop, Pete CHANGE A document signed by 61 Ccy-lonese Roman Catholic priests recommends that priests be allowed to marry and that Rocchi of Blair-more, passed away in Calgary on Sunday, May 21, 1972, Dv JIL'D JOItGKiN'SKN I A issue ill liic Ames TORONTO (CP) The On-I lieui-ing involved the incorpora- t a r i o Securities Commission j lion of KHI, InvcKlmenls Ltd. as concluded its hearings Tuesday a llalitax-bascti company. KRL, vill follow in the'Chinese Sec- aSe. 38 years. He was born in ma, Henry Withagc, Gerry ion Mountain View Cemetery Blairmore, April 15, 1934 and in Wevers and Ane Konynenbelt. at 3-15 p.m! 1956 moved to Calgary, where Interment was in the Arch- riends may pay their respects he has been a resident since, mount Memorial Gardens. t Martin Bros. TRADITION- He was a member of the Blair- Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of L CHAPEL 812 3rd Ave S more EPOE No. 15. Mr. Bia- Funeral Service, was in charge 'hone 323-23G1 until a.m! a_, bachelor. He was of the arrangements. 'ririav and at 1970' viee for Abe F. Martens, Taber MARTINIB Tl fls bolh in Blairmore. Survivors in- resident who died Saturday, elude two brothers, Frank of May 20, 1972, at the age of 55 ervices. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Scr- Calgary and Louie of Blair- years, was held at 2 P'in. Tues- more; two sisters. Mrs. Dora day in Knox Church, Taber, Kisleczuk and Mrs. Hector with Rev. Kenneth Morris offi- 3IIRI IT (Aneela> Rae, both of Blair- elating. Pallbearers were Rue- more. an aunt] Mrs Hosarja bcn striemer, John Wall, Hen- fmbrogno; three cousins, ry Doell, Herman and Bill Frank, Antonio, Rocco, all in Feldbusch and Harry Wolosuk. Calgary. Prayers will be said, Interment was in the Taber St. Anne's Catholic Church, Memorial Gardens. Humphries NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING FOR ROPOSED ZONING AMENDMENT Blairmore on Thursday eve- Funeral Home, Taber, Diroc- PUBLIC NOTICES HARDWOOD FLOORING TENDER Tpnders covering the supply and In. slallation ol hardwood flooring nt the Lethbridrje Cclleglfllc Instilule will be received by Ihe undersigned unltl p.m. on Tuesday, May 1973- For furl her information and specifi- cations please conlach D. B. Alf- L'.-eH, Facillly Planner at SI. 5oulh, LMhbridrjp. M. V, Crumley Secrelnry-Treasurer Lslhbrldgp Sclicol No 51 M4 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT me I ui-cjrrjigned, up 10 o.rti. Edmonlt.n on Mond.iy, June 1572 at '.Y.ver Resources Olllce iccalod on Ihe sin finer of the Mllncr Building. 10010- ici strrel. Edmonlcn, AILerla. lor Ihe construction ol the CMI Lake Dnm. Tlic structure silo Is on Pipc- Crock In til? nnrlhnni: quarter of Gc-ction 26 and Ihe norlh.-.eot quarter nl iecticn 2i, Tov.'nshfp Ranne 23, v.rsi ol Hie Fourlh Meridian. II is flp- 3500' dovMislrear.i of Coal Lake and approximately 8 miles cast ol of WelaikMn alone High- way Tno main Hems of work are al lollov.T 1. Tho excavation of approximately 135.000 cubic yards of stripping, bor- row and channel materials. 2. The compacllcn of approximately y.irir, sf ;rn- 1. The supply and plareinenl of approx- imately 500 cubic yards erf reinforc- ed roncrolo. Plans and ipecilkalloni may be nb- laincd liom Hie Water Resources Divi- sion, 5th floor of Ihe Mllner Building, I004Q 10.1 Street, Edmonlon, on deposit o' S2500 by cash or certified cheque made payable lo the Provincial Trea- surer c.f the Province or Alberta, Tenderers may submit bids on "Alter- native A" or "Alternative 0" or on both "Alternative A and Alternative n Facli tender must he accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond equal to to per cent of the tender, made payahlo In thfl Prnvlnclal Treasurer, an undertaking on lha part ol Ihl pro- posed surttty and Mich other forms as ftpecllled In Iho lender documents. Ten- will t-e opened In public. Ttia tow- csl or any lender will not necessarily bo accepted. R. E. Dallay, Director, waler Rauxircit Division. TOWN OFVAUXHALL nolice that By-law No. 363A of Town or Vauxhall has been in- educed Into Council end has been first reading. The by-law pro- poses lo amend the Zoning By-law No. 333 cf Ihe Town cf Vauxhall wllh Ihe following: "The Zoning Map annexed to the said is amended by oelelino. from Zcne Residential "R" and delineating as Zone Hlphway Com- mercial "C3" the lands described as: The easterly two hundred and Ihirly three decimal six 'Ml (233.6') cf the southerly two hundred feel (300') of Blcck "A" on Plan Vauxhall 8135 G.V. A copy of the proposed Zoning Amend- ment By-lav.' No. 3S3A may be in- spected at the office ot Ihe Secretary- Treasurer of Ihe Town of Vauxhall during normal office hours. A Public Hearing on 1he proposed Zoning By-law will Le held at Ihe Water" Resources Office on Monday, June 12, 1972 at to J.'JW p.m. tor the purpose ct hearing opinions and oblcclions to Ihe proposed By-law. Dated a! VauxhMI, Alberta this -33rd day ol May, A.P. 1973. Anne Secretary-Treasurer Town cf Vouxhelt. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT ning at p.m. Ptequiem tors of Funeral Service, was in Mass will be celebrated, SI Anne's Catholic Church, Blair- more on Friday, May 26 al a.m., with interment fol- lowing in the family plot, Blair- more Catholic Cemetery, FAN- TIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C213G SCOTT Roberl William, passed away in the city on Wednesday, May 24, 1072 at he age of 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Doris Scott ol 10 12 St. Mr. Scott was lorn in Mulhall. Okla. on Feb- ruary 9. 1897 and came to Can- ada with his father to Atha- >aska at the age of 21 years. ic homcstcaded in the Atha- laska District and married ?na W.lllwcrk in UI2G. Sh? pre- deceased him in l'J45. Leaving Uie homcsic-ad lie n-orkcd in tho charge of Uie arrangements. MUNHO Funeral service for Charles W. Munro, beloved husband of Mrs. Gudrun Munro of 22 Pirkview Trailer Park, Lethbridge, who died suddenly at St. George, Utah, Wednes- day, May 17, 1972, at the age of 64 years, was held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Tradi- tional Chapel, 012 3rd Ave. S., witli Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Honorary pallbear- ers were B. W- (Mac) McMor- ran, R. L. (Lew) Earl, A. H. (Rusty) Edwards and G. A. IGeorge) Wilkie. Aclive pall- bearers were H. B. (Bob) Os-1 boi'n, .7. A. (Jim) Thomson, W. i S. (Stan) Jameson, L. J. (Les) Wade, W7. J. (Bill) Rolston and 0. B. Larson- Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Lid.. Directors of Fun- into the question of whether A. E. Ames and Co. and two com- pany officers should be irenal- izefl for their pail in sales of Kaiser Resources Ltd. shares. Opposing lawyers argued in their summaries over whether the commission should be con- cerned with the identity of part- ners in a holding company scl facts, issued when the shares were first sold said no share would be old "for the account of" United States residents. A. S. Wakim, the commission yjj. j lawyer who prepared Ihe case against Ames and (he Iwo offi- cers, suggested Iwo possible penalties for the firm if the commission rules that its regu- lations have been violated. Ho suggested that either the com- pany be restrained for up lo a year from underwriting the se- curities of American subsidiar- ies or that the company's full trading privileges be suspended for one to three days. Ames, one of the oldest and largest Canadian securities firms, has 17 offices across Can- ada and more than 500 employ- ees and is a member of five Ca- nadian stock exchanges. Afr. IVakr'm suggested thai the two B. Macdonald, president, and Ronald Gunn, vice-president, their rights lo trade in securities sus- pended for a period of time to be set by he OSC. COMPANY DEFENDED Arther Patillo, the lawyer for Ames, said he did not believe the company or its officers had been in the wrong. However, he said, if the commission ruled otherwise it would not be in the best interests of the investment to suspend and reprimand would be sufficient. The Kaiser Resources shares were offered to the public in June, Kaiser Steel Corp., Oakland, Calif., retained 75 per cent and the balance was sold in Canada. Kaiser Resources operates a large coal mine in the Crowsnest Pass area ofi British Columbia. which had offiecrs located in Toronto, bought shares of the 12.5 million shares offered for sale in Canada al SU a shave. Thirly-six senior officer's atifl directors of the American par- ent firm bought shares through KRL. InfHidcrl in evidence al thr- tioned Ihe possible sale through a holding company of Kaiser Resources shares to Americans. The letter was sent in early June. 1969, and the underwriting was made on June 27. DISCLOSURE 'NOT ITLL' Mr. Wakim contended thai there was no "full, true and plain disclosure11 in the prospec- tus, considering the provision that there would be no sale for the account of Americans. He said KRL "was merely an agent of a group of people iji Oakland." Mr. Patillo said Ames did nol deal with Americans. "Who bought these G3.2CK) shares: The Canadian com- Mr. IVakim cilerl a Canadian legal lent which said the courts should look beyojvl a corpora- lion to ils shareholders "if cor- porate jrcrsonalily is being bla- tantly used as a cloak for fraud or improper conduct. Mr. Macdonald testified thai it is common for an underwrit- ing firm to reserve a block of stock for sales to officers and directors. He also said the clause pre- cluding sales to Americans was "unusual." Mr. Wakim, in response lo a question from a member of Ihe commission, said there is no regulation requiring a firm to disclose information on sale lo officers and directors during ar undenvriling. LARGE PROVINCE The area of Ontario is equiva- lent in size lo 3'.i times tho combined areas of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. SEALED TENDERS will be rccciv fid ny the undersigned ut> lo 11 o'clock A.M. en Tuesday, June 6lh. 1072, lor Hi- construction ol Ihe work: (1) Highway S. of Island Lake to S. of Lawrence Lake? Mile U.12 to Mile Grading and Oilier '.Vork Approximate Quantities: BRO.ooo Cubic Yards Excnval on Cubic Yards el Gravol Cubic Yard Miles of Haul Confracf and Specifications may tve obtained el the office of the Chief Engineer, Highways ni'lldmu, n. Al'-.erla. Ihe of- fice of Ihe District Engineer, 1707 S'reet N.W., >.a ;r.-y, Alberta, and the oftice of the District Engi- neer, Administration Building l-elh- hrldge, Alberta, and will be available only to Individuals registered and op- erellng In the Province ol Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations regis- tered and operating In and who have established ft fixed plncc of business In the Province ol Alberta. A deposit of Twenlf Five OolUrs (IM.OOI, pay. able to Ihe Provincial Treasurer, will be required lor each copy ol tho Con- tract and Specifications taken, and for grading protects profiles will be sup- plied upon a further deposit of Twen- ty-Five Dollars Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal lo 10 per cent of Tender. Tenders will he opened In piil-lir. The lovvesl "r any lender not necessarily accepted. L. H, McManus, Deputy Minister trf Highway! Transport. "-ice, -s in charge of buyer at Wilsmi Siding. He re aiTanKemenls.____ married in llbl Id Doris Anne Foley. lie moved to LL-thbridgo in 1065, he hits resided unlil his passing. Besides his loving wife Doris he is .survived by out: son. Roller! W. of Lclh- bridge and two daughters. Mrs. A. (Corrtnc) Colcman, and Mrs. A. (Marjoric) Suther- land, Pinchcr Creek, and three CARDS OF THANKS Constable and K. D. H. Alexander would like lo thank the doctors and staff of Magrath Municipal Hospital for the safe delivery and wonderful ejirc Bca and Mrs. .1. Heather Dawn Marie received cnco) Knbasek, Pinchcr Creek, i during their slay. Mrs. Shirley Sharpe and Miss Colleen Folcy biitli of Leth- bridge and also 10 grandcliil- drcn, and three sislers. Mrs. J. Jennie Lancoiur, Edmonton, Mrs. G. (Ellen) Ranch, Ra- mona. California, Mrs. V. (Bcr- nice Gambcll) Giilliric, Okla.; one brother. Albert, loca, B.C. Predeceased by two brolhers, Frank and Charlie. Funeral ser- vices will be held Fridny, May 2Glh, 1972 at p.m. in (ho CimrSTENSEN CHAPEL, wilh Rev. R. W. K. Elliott official, ing. Cremation lo follow. In lieu of flowers donations may bo made to Tlie nnndian Cancer Society 109 Canada Trust BltlR. CIimsTKNSTCN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME in Charge of Arrangements. C2M1 KNOWLES We wish lo con- vey our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks lo all our friends, neighbors and relatives for all their kindnesses, flowers and curds of sympailiy extend- ed to us during the recent pass- ing our our loved one, Harry Knowlcs. Special thanks to the doctor and staff at the Blair- more Hospital and to Rev. R. W. K. Elliott. Knowlcs, girls famines. and 23M TUB LADY PUFFS Tho lobr.cco industry in Brit- ain estimates that more Ulan onn million British women puffed nw.iy nt cigars last year. Melchers has an for beauty and a reputation for quality Melchcrs Melchcn i Melchers Melchers Distilleries Limited, Montreal, Quebec RON CABANA, ;