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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta i M, UTHBRIDGE HERAID 25 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS. Building for sale also. Box mond. Phone 7M-3582. RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-1114 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE or nearest offer business aroperty In Picture Butte, now operat- ing as cafe and rooms. May bt converted Into other business or resi- dential revenue. Property owner will consider Lethbridge home cf late mcdcl car In trcde. CONTACT JOE PERLICH AT 32B-97J2 HIGHWAY GROCERY AND GAS PUMPS A qwd living for G husband and wife team or a small family. Property consists rf a grocery with gas pump plus a modern three bed- room home on a acre lot in the community cf JaJfray, B.C. T his is a resort area and offers the best in hunting and fishing plus access to several popular lakes. Business showing steady annual in- crease- One of B.C.'i boom areas. Asking with to handle Write: East Kootenay Realty Ltd. Box 844, Cranbrook, B.C. S ww era'" v Jjirths, J-unerals, n Friday, at 11.01) a.m., with Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- Interment will follow in View C e m o tery. friends may pay their respects artin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. .South. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2136 SUN CHUEN Passed away in Bow Island on Tuesday. May 23, 1972, Mr. Sun Chuen at the age of 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs. B o w Sim Chuen of Bow Island. Born in China, the late Mr. Chuen came to Bow Island in 1910, where he has resided until his passing. He was a pioneer busi- ness man having founded The Chuck Chuen Company which is still being operated by his family. In Centennial Year he was the only businessman in Bow Island to receive plaque, being the only business still owned and operated by the original member family. of the He was a Bow Island Fong of sons, Mr. Chamber of Commerce. Be- sides his loving wife he is sur- vived by four daughters, Miss Helen Chuen and Miss Mary Chuen both of Bow Island, Mrs. John H. (Hazel) Fong of Taber, Mrs. Lome H. (Violet) Lethbridge: three George Chuen and Mr. Harry Chuen of Bow Island and Mr. Norman Chuen of Medicine Hat; 12 grandchil- dren; one sister in Hong Kong. He was predeceased by one daughter, Irene and one broth- er. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m. in St. Andrews United Church, Bow Island with Rev. 0. R. Hodge officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese Sec- tion, Mountain View Cemetery, Lethb ridge, at p.m. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITION- AL CHAPEL 812 3rd Ave. S, Phone 32S-23G1 until a.m. Friday, and at St. Andrew's United Church Bow Island from 12 noon to 1 p.m. prior to the services. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C2139 LITCHFIELU Milson Ray of Raymond, passed away in Lethbridge on Wednesday, May 24th, 1972, at the age of 84 years. Mr. Litchfield was born in Fayette, Utah January 1, 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. Latei he farmed in the Woolfprd, Coaldale and Taber districts. Mr. Litchfield worked for many years for the Canadian Sugar Factories and was employed there until his retirement some 19 years ago. He leaves to mourn his passing, two daugh- ters, Mrs. Florence Herget of Stirling and Mrs. Mae Me- Mahon of Orange, California; 10 grandchildren and three great grandchildren; three brothers, Parley, Ernest and Carlyle all of Raymond. Funer- al services will be held in the Taylor Stake Chapel in Ray- mond on Saturday, May 27 at 2 p.m.. with Bishop Dwayne Hall officiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Ceme- tery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the vice, in the Relief Sc Room of the church. CI DEATH WALLACE Passed away in Medicine Hat on Tuesday, May 23, 1972, Mr. John Neil Wallace at the age of 88 years of 453 7fh Street South East, Medicine Hat. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Etta Wallace. The late Mr. Wallace was a harbor in Lethbridge until his IN MEMORIAMS LEN'CVKL In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and Frank Lengyel, who father, retirement in He is sur- I vived by one son, -James ol Medicine Hat; one daughter. Mrs. J. (Margaret) Cooke of Vancouver, B.C.; six grandchil- dren; two great grandchildren and one sister, 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 32B-2361, with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN EROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C2138 passed away May 25, 1952. As tune goes by the mem- ory stays, As near, as dear as yesterday, No need for words except to say, SUH loved, still missed in every way. remembered by his wife Elizabeth and all (lie faniilv. 2607 PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES HARDWOOD FLOORING TENDER Tenders covering the supply and In. sfallation of hardwocd flooring at the Lethbridge Cclleglflte Institute will te received by the undersigned until p.m. on Tuesday, May 1972. For further information and specifi- cations please contact Mr. D. B, Att- iveit, Facility Planner et 433.15th Si. South, Lethbridge. M. V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School Disf. No. 51 M74 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING FOR PROPOSED ZONING AMENDMENT BY-LAW TOWN OF VAUXHALL Take that By-law No. 363A. of the Town of Vauxhall has been in- troduced Into Council and has been given first reading- The bv-law pro- poses to amend the Zoning By-law No. 333 cf the Town of Vauxhflll with the following: The Zoning Map annexed the said is amended by oeletmg from Zone Residential "R" and delineating as Zone Highway Com- mercial "C3" the lands described as: The easterly two hundred and thirty three decimal six teet (333. t'} i cf the southerly two hundred feet (200 of Block "A" on Plan Vauxhall BUS G.V- A copy of the proposed Zoning Amend- ment By-law No. 363A may he in- spected at the office of the Secretary- Treasurer of the Town ot Vauxhall during normal office hours. A Public Hearing on the proposed Zoninq By-law will te held at the Water" Resources Office on M June 12, 1972 at to p. the purpose cf hearing opinions and obicctions to the proposed By-law. Dated at V.uxhall, Alberta this -13rd day of May, A.D. 1972. Anne Selerstad, Secretary-Treasurer Town cf Vauxhall. Society CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2140 BIAFORE Rocchi of Blair- more, passed away in Calgary on Sunday, May 21, 1972, at age 38 years. He was born in Blairmore, April 15, 1934 and in 3956 moved to Calgary, where he has been a resident since. He was a member of the Blair- more BPOE No. 15. Mr. Bia- fore was a bachelor. He was predeceased by his father Palmo in April 1934 and by his mother Marietta, June 1970, both in Blairmore. Survivors in- clude two brothers, Frank of Calgary and Louie of Blair- more; two sisters. Mrs. Dora Kisleczuk and Mrs. Hector (Angela) Rae, both of Blair- more; an aunt, Mrs. Rosaria Imbrogno; three cousins, Frank, Antonio, Hocco, all Calgary. Prayers will be said, St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blah-more on Thursday eve- ning at p.m. Re q u i e m Mass will be celebrated, St- Anne's Catholic Church, Blair- more on Friday, May 26 at a.m., with interment fol- lowing in the family plot, Blair more Catholic Cemetery. FAN- TIN CHAPELS LTD., is charge. C213G SCOTT Robert William, passed away in the city on Wednesday, May 24, 1972 at the age of 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Doris Scott of 410 12 St. N. Mr. Scott was born in Mulhall. Okla. on Feb- ruary 9, 1887 and came to Can- ada "with his father lo Atha- baska at the age of 21 years. FUNERALS STOUT Funeral service 'or L. Virgil Stout, beloved hus- jand of Mrs. Ida Louise Stout of 2410 llth Ave. A S. who died n the city Sunday, May 14. 1972, at the age of 62 years, was held at p.m. Wednes- day in Martin Bros. Traditional 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Pallbearers were Douglas Fer- guson, 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 ar- rangements. CHOLLAK In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Joseph Chol- lak. who passed away May 25, 1961. Time goes on but memories stay, As near and dear as yester- day. A day to remember, sad to recall, Without farewell you left us all. remembered by his wife and family. 2565 He homcstcaded baska District the Atha- and married ct approx- relntorc- will Le received by w. tier signed, up to p.m. Edmonton tin-.e on Monday, Juno 1972 nt the Water Resources Otllce located on the 5th floor of the Mllncr Building. 10010- idi Street, Edmonton, Altcrta, for the construction of the Coal Lake Dam. The structure site Is Iccntcd on Pipe- Crock in the northeast quarter of Section U and the northwest quarter nf fiecticn 75, Township .'6, Ranae 23, v.rst of (he Fourth Meridian. It is ap- r.roxiinafply 2500' downstream o( Coal and approximately 6 miles east of the City of Wctuskiwin along High- way 13. Trie main Items of work are ai 1. Tho excavation of approximately cubic yards of stripping, bor- row and channel materials. 7. The compaction of approximately bankment 3 Tho supply and placemen) cf a1 imatcly 950 cubic yards of concrete. and specifications may be ob- tained from Die Water Resources Divi- sion, 5th floor of the Mllncr Building, IGOJMO-i Street, Edmonton, on deposit of by cnsh certified cheque made payable to the Provincial Trea- surer the Province of Alberta. Tenderers may submit bids on "Alter- native A" or "Alternative B" or on hoth "Alternative A and Alternative n Each tender must he accompanied by A certified cheque or bid bond equal to 10 per cf-nt of the tender, made payable lo tho Provincial Treasurer, an undertaking on pnrt of pro- posed surety and such othor forms as specifier! In Iho tender documents. Ten- drrr. will br oprned In puhlic. Thft tow- MI or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. R E. Bailey, Director, Water PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be recciv- fid by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. en Tuesday, June 6th, TJ73, for construction of the following work: (1) Mlphway 2, S. of Island Lake to S of Lawrence Lake Mile 14.1! to Mile Grading and Other Work Approximate Quantities: 830000 Cubic Yards Excavation 17.500 Cubic Yards of Gravel Cubic Yard Miles of Haul Contract and Specifications may he obtained at the office of the Chief Ccnstrwttlsn Engineer, Hinhwuys Bulldino n. Al'ierta. ine f.1- flce of the District Engineer, 1707 N.W., <_a ;n-v, Alberta, and the office of the District Engi- neer, Administration Building Leth- bridge, Alberts, and will be available only to Individuals rerilsterfid and op- erBtlng In the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations regis- tered and operating In and who have established A fixed plnce of business In the Province ot Alberta. A deposit of Twenty Five Dollars pay. able to the Provincial Treasurer, will required for each copy of tho Con- tract and Specifications taken, And for grading will be sup- Ena Wallwcrk in 1S26. She pre- j deceased him in 1945. Leaving the homestead he worked in the i Oil Fields for S.) years, except 115 years he worked as a grain buyer at Wilscm Siding. He re-! i married in 1951 to Doris Anne i Foley. He moved to Lethhridge in 1965, where lie has resided until his passing. Besides bis loving wife Doris lie is survived VENHUIS 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 the age of 56 years, was held at p.m. Saturday in the Christian Reformed Church. 1807 2nd Ave. A N., with Rev. L. Mulder officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Joe Bar- thel, Hank Rop, Pete Brands- ma, Henry Withage, Gerry Wevers and Arie Konynenbelt. Interment was in the Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. MARTENS Funeral ser- vice for Abe F. Martens, Taber resident who died Saturday, May 20, 1972, at the age of 55 years, was held at 2 p-m. Tues- day in Knox Church, Taber, with Rev. Kennetli Morris offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Rue- ben Striemer, John Wall, Hen- ry Doell, Herman and Bill Feldbusch and Harry Wolosuk. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of tlie arrangements. MUNRO Funeral service for Charles W. Munro, beloved husband of Mrs. Gudrun Munro of 22 Parkview 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., with 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. (George) Wilkie. Active pall- bearers were R. B. (Bob) Os- bora, J. A. (Jim) Thomson, W. i S. (Stan) Jameson, L. J. (Les) Wade, W. J. (Bill) Rolston and 0. B. Larson- Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fun- eral Service, was in charge ol the arrangements. i CONLON1 In loving mem- ory of our mother and grand- mother, Gwen Conlon. who pass- ed away May 25, 1971. In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away, Our hearts were almost broken, You fought so hard lo 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 lei you die. missed by daughters LaRee, Jean, Linda am families. 25G Younger start school in. September FOREMOST (Special) Tho County of 40-Mile school com- mittee gave tentative approval j at the last meeting to a rec- ommendation that may affect he school starting age of a lumber of children in the 1972- 73 school year. On a recommendation from the county co-ordinating com- mittee, the school board tenta- ively approved a change that would allow children reaching heir sixth birthday by the last day of February of the school year to commence in Septem- jer, 1972, subject to the ap- j iroval of the school system. All children who are six years of age by September 1 must attend school. Those with Birthdays between Sept. land .he end of February of the fol- lowing year may attend, sub- ject, to approval, following a jeriod of orientation to be held in June. The decision whether to admit such students will be made by the teacher, the prin- cipal, the guidance counsellor and the superintendent in con- sultation with the child's par- ents. Superintendent of schools Clifford Elle emphasizes to parents that tentative approval only has been given. The mat- ter has been referred back to the schools for comment, and a final decision will be taken at the next School Committee meeting in June. However, in anticipation of the policy's im- plementation, schools will go ahead with their orientation program rn June. Parents who have children that are affected by the pro- posed policy are urged to seek further information regarding the orientation program from the principal of the school to which the child would go, with- out delay. Hearings ended stock ISSUC FAVOR CHANGE A document signed by 61 Cey lonese Roman Catholic priests recommends that priests be al lowed to marry and that women be ordained. By BUD JORGIiNSKN I A principal issue ill I he Amps TORONTO (CP) The On-I hearing involved the incorpora- t a r i o Securities Commission j tion of KKL Investments Ltd. as concluded its hearings Tuesday a Halifax-based company. KRL, into the question of whether A. which bad officers located in E. Ames and Co. and two com- Toronto, bought Kt.son shares of pany officers should he irenal- the 12.5 million shares offered ized lor their part in sales ol for sale in Canada at a Kaiser Resources Ltd. shares, i shave. Opposing lawyers argued in j Thirty-six senior officc'rs and their summaries over whether I directors of the American par- the commission should be con- cut firm bought shares through cerned with the identity of part- KRL. Included in evidence al the ners in a holding company set; up to allow Americans to buy j hearing was a letter from Jack Kaiser shares. Sshby, president of Kaiser Steel, The prospectus, statement ol facts, issued when the shares WAIVE RETIREMENT UNITED NATIONS (AP) The United Nations announced Wednesday that Henry R. La- bouisse had been given another two years as executive director of the UN Children's Fund, a post he has held since 1965. La- bouisse, who was once U.S. am- bassador to Athens, is eight years over the UN retirement age of 60. were first sold said no share would be old "for the account of" United States residents. A. S. Wakim, the commission lawyer who prepared the case against Ames and the two offi- cers, suggested two possible penalties for the firm if the commission rules that its regu- lations have been violated. Ho lo Mr. Macdonald which men- tioned the 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 FULL' Mr. Wakim contended thai there was no "full, true and plain disclosure" in the prospec- tus, considering the provision suggested that _ either the com- tha't woulc, ,Je R0 for pany be restrained for up to a account o[ Amel.icans_ year from underwriting the se- :urities 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. Mr. Wakim suggested that the two B. Macdonald, president, and Ronald Gunn, vice-president, their rights to 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 Uie 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, 1969. 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 British Columbia. He said KRL "was merely an agent of a group of people ill Oakland." Mr. Patillo said Ames did no! deal with Americans. Who bought these shares: The Canadian com- pany.'' Mr. Wakim cited a Canadian legal text which said the courts should look beyoivl a corpora- tion to its shareholders "if cor- porate personality is being bla- tantly used as a cloak for fraud or improper conduct. Mr. Macdonald testified thai it is common for an underwit- 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 to a question from a member of the commission, said there is no regulation requiring a firm to disclose information on sale to officers and directors during ar undenvriting. LARGE PROVINCE The area of Ontario is equiva- lent in size to S'.i times lha combined areas of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. by one son. Robert W. of Leth- bridge and two daughters. Mrs, A. (Corrinc) Coleman, and Mrs. A. (Marjoric) Suther- land, Pinchcr Creek, and three CARDS OF THANKS ALEXANDER Constable and Mrs. K. D. H. Alexander would like, lo thank the doctors and staff of Magrath Municipal Hospital for the safe delivery and and wonderful care Bca slcp-diiughtcrs, Mrs. ,1. (Klor-1 Heather Dawn Marie received! ence) Kubasek, Pincber Creek, i during their stay. bid Jlled upon a further deposit of Twi Dollars Each I must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent of Tender. Tenders will he opened In puhlir. The lovvesl or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Dtputv Minister of Hlghwayi and Transport. Mrs. Shirley Sharpe and Miss Colleen Foley both of 1-eth. bridge and also 10 grandchil- dren, and three sisters, Mrs. J. J e n n i e Lancoiur, Edmonton, Mrs. G. (Ellen) Ranch, Ra- mona. California, Mrs. V. (Ber- nice Gambell) Gutlirie, Okla.; one brother, Albert, loca, B.C. Predeceased by two brothers, Frank and Charlie. Funeral ser- vices will he held Friday, May 26th, 1972 at p.m. in the CIIRISTENSEN CHAPEL, with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott official, ing. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The anndian Cancel- Society 109 Canada Trust Bldg. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME in Charge of Arrangements. C2M1 "I KNOWLES We wish to con- vey our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all mir friends, neighbors and relatives for all their kindnesses, flowers and cards of sympathy extend- ed to us during" I he recent pass- ing our our loved one, Harry Knowlcs. Special (.hanks to the doctor and staff at the Blair- more Hospital and to Rev. R. W. K. Elliott. Knowlcs, families. girls and 2564 TinD LADY PUFFS The tobacco industry in Brit- ain estimates that more Uian one million British women puffed away at cigars last year. Melchers has an for beauty and a reputation for quality Meldvers WMIID1 ll L'Hinlt Melchers Melchers Distilleries Limited, Montreal, Quebec RON i CABANA; SUPERiOK ;