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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Brilliant autumn in black and m -1 ftijin to boy. to Ilk moved to .y i City preprint uiaries Beard at thje beloved Karirf 5 itfTlN bf oi U Mr-leiddr f L 13' v '__ falling leaves and the stillness of the Ohio cbjUi -14th on the New York below. by GenePC flJLFJVXC '4 i J j '-iti.- Ave. wsawon beloved infant 3rd Am Seqiiiern Mass nf 1707 nequiem Mass thi celebrated oh Saturday .Lake Blvd. ine waite 'fHMiirai wivi U With the BaSilian I frK fei A'IMMIU c MAf'f'f'flV f Ttf.'iri iif nV'ri nf POOHe flflAHTlIN or riineraj nprti Service. C52W C5296 at i Be r o n T h u r s d a yV 1973 Maude of at the age of Born at she cahie to Canada torPu'rple Springs with Mr. ami Mrs. Dan in she niarried tflltlt COM JhOsbanM aiid one 1 ihplude on6 two Mrs. Maurice df Harry Tahe'n five .sisteTs afid five 21 grandchildren and 28 great- grandchildren. Funeral ser- Vices will'be conducted from Knox United Church in Taber ad NOvernber 12 at 2 WILUAMSdN -Passed jiwa'y Ralph aged 54 beloved hus- band of Mr.s. Jenhid Williamsbn.of Fort Born at Fort Macleod he has fisfervfcd as fe' M.D. of of Willow Creek iftwij' 'years. served on the qtahurn school advisory bpird and was ah ac- tive M the Granum United Besides his wife he is survived by four Edwin of and Kendall of Port one- Margaret in t. liTi TMI nTHemooi Htmto 27 HOW TO HIRE A SALESMAN MAKES OVER Indian claims on export face long wait r are in '5- i- -cti-'f-.-.. t WHhemina GrMhus by .one JSSfenfc't in plrtfl. The will be held in Graniini Christten Bcfofmed awa'y Ndveipber William1 beloved .tfRdse Jenkihkdf Fort- ttfli.Born and raised in _ llffacleodj he joined the Canadian Scottish Regiment r '-wrved overseas during Secprid Wofld War. He in ihi 1M -Tbej i FteV. P.. Vaa Tainen 6f- in JCMnifliii wish of their arrangements EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Fort C5294 lervedasaftrimattv t'tteiFort _ jbtiii airports for man at the time of hisV death was employed by rPjjoyince of mtfit of Public Works. He was member of the Royal Cana- 'J'djiiS Besides his wife by Fort KOLESNIK -.Thank you for the thoughtfylneis and ol' Lprettk- and Eileen The l service will be held in' Cross Catholic Church officiating. Intefmfent Cemetery. FJtehdsi V for prayers FHdky in the dhurd arr'aflgementi b be rQDetnbered. -John Fitatoff and family 1147-10 to Uunk my tfe Sitters Bfainof N.W.T. It will be four years before Indian land claims in the Northwest Territories are settled and if the Mackenzie Valley pipeline is started before then will be says James Wah- Shee. Mr. president of the Indian Brotherhood of the Northwest said in an interview the treaty Indians he represents won't be ready to begin their land claim negotiations with Ot- tawa for at least two years- It would be another two years before negotiations would be he added. The brotherhood last month was successful in its bid to ob- tain the right to file a caveat- legal declaration of interest- covering square miles of resource-rich Mackenzie Valley land. The land is in- volved in two treaties which have not yet been settled by the government. Mr. Justice William Morrow of the Northwest Territories Supreme in grahting the brotherhood the right to file a stipulated that this could not be done until all appeals against his judgment have been exhausted. The brotherhood has said it does not.want to serve Ottawa with the caveat which said the treaty Indians have an aboriginal claim to nearly one-third of the terri- tories. Mr. Wah-Shee did not elabo.- rate on what action might be taken if the pipeline develop- ment but the implica- tion to observers here is the brotherhood would serve Ot- tawa with the caveat judg- ment handed down by Mr. Justice Morrow. The brotherhood apparently is satisfied to keep the caveat in a state of suspension in order to avoid the com- plications it would encounter in court and also strengthen its negotiating position. But should the natural gas pipeline development be started before the brotherhood is the In- dians could serve Ottawa with the formal judgment and fed- eral lawyers would have 30 days in which to launch appeal procedures. Verne president of Canadian Arctic Gas Study the consortium planning the said in a telephone interview from his Toronto office Tuesday that the chances of the pipeline be- ing built would be seriously jeopardized if construction was held up for four years. Bridge results St. mtsMft _. dnd visits. WINDOWS NO MAINTENANCE NO and cihh iym- dur- invtud for tne UM of 2 and 4 In Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. Oct. 24 1. Mrs. Peg McCann and Mrs. Nellie Mrs. Ena Turner and Mrs. Irma 3. Mrs. Helen Foss and Mrs. Isobel Johnson. Hainilton Wed. Evening I D.B.C. Oct. 24. 1. Bob Wobick and K. L. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Elrtfcr 3. and Mrs. M.T.Hodgson. E.W. 1. Klrsten Bentsen and PaoMne 2. Ed Aubert and Arlo 3 and 4 tied-Bafry and Betty Beswlck with Wally and Gloria Hummel. Sec. B. i N.S.I. W.J.Ellen and R.J. 2. J. C. Underyou J Grant. S. Richard And Charles it.. 1. J P. Lodermeier F. 2. Mrs. W. and Mrs. M. 3. Mrs. Louine Smith and Mrs. Doris Cranston. Over all winners were W. J. Ellert and R. J. Thielen. Novice Game Oct. 24. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kwic- 2. Mr. and Mrs. Albert 3. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mcllroy. Thursday Night D.B.C. Oct. JS. N.S.I. Byron Nilsson and B. C. 2. Bob Wobick and Arlo 3. Tarns and Neil Van E.W. 1. Ed Potter and Bill 2. D. E. Michaelis and Bill 3. Dave Miron and Mary Wobick. Friday Night D.B.C. Oct. M. N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. 2. E. C. Goodman and B. C. 3 0. B. Bentten and M. I. Santa. E.W. 1. Elmer Culler and Mrs. C. B. 2. D. E. Michaelis and Bill i Ken Foster and Richard Spackman. restrictions requested Ont. The former president of the Canadian Atomic Energy Control Board urged Wednesday that Canada restrict oil exports in order to prolong its supply of readily- available natural fuels. Speaking to a group at Sir Sandford Fleming George E. Laurence said Can- ada's oil reserves would be gone in seven to 10 years. After that it would be at least a decade before the Alberta oil sands produced an economically viable alter- native. He said the earliest satisfactory .replacement e'iMSrgy .will nuclear from the fission of and Plutonium more thati. 40 years may be required to piete the In the Canada may have to compete with the United States for unreliable foreign sources of he said. Mr. Laurence said the' mar- ketable resources of natural gas can be made to the transition to nuclear- energy is practically complete if consumption rates are decreased. Kissinger turns down invitation WASfllNOTON State Secretary Henry Kissinger has turned down an invitation to Accept the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize in person of the. press of busing in a World CALLS A DAY W'Ji Put Lethbridge Herald Classified Ads on your Sales Team. They rush sales mes- to over reader-sub- homes daily and they your best people have already decided to buy your product or service and are now reading the Classified Pages to decide where to buy. In a Peace Oslo. KifttfnjnttiiaAi- ed United AmbasBtdor Thomas Byrne to accept the hohor in his place dtiring ceremonies Dec. 10. The letter was dated Nov. 2 and addressed to Mrs Aase chalnhin of the com- mittee. Kissinfer wrtte that art deShr by the awWiTfl I regard as the highest one could hope to achieve In the pursuit of ptace on this Dial 328-4411 today for the experienced ad writer who will help you to get more Sales and profits through an in- expensive program of result-getting Lethbridge Herald Classified Ads. It's IJood business. HeraU the South ;