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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 70 GARDENING FOUR YEAR OLD MANURE. PHONE SPECIAL WINTER CLEAN-UP Prompt service. Phone 317-MB. 337B-K 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CJT7ING. TRIUM1NO. ETC PHONE m-mi. SW-M 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES GRAIN. FED FRYING AND ROAST- Ing chickens Only 12 weeks old. Ready for freezer. Phone alter 6 p, Milk River. 3539-IIDh OUALITY FARM TURKEYS DE- llvcred to Lethbrldge. Large 33 cent per Ib., hens Brooks cents. Box 1421, '362-3085 evenings. 3773-4 SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING chickens Hens, 37 cents Ib.; roos. ler 2B cents Ib. also triers. Frer de- livery. H. Dyck, Cosldalc. 345-3221 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FRED STEINER old basements dug, o, sured, (re> Mtlmales. Phon 'CEMENT WORK water CEMENT GARAGE BUILDING, work and stuccoing. enson Conslructlon, 1020 7lh PUBLIC NOTICES S. Phone 321-tttl. Ave. "C7377-H ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE- place, cement, brick, roofing. Renovations and house rl- lng. 328-1055. C7JSfJ.ll FOR PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY LETHBRIDGE AREA "SY TO OUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 2M.-M11; DENCE 252-6843, ANYTIME. RESI 271-tt I NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In tne Eslale ALEX VERBOVHI, lak said ,hat if it KOCS1S Passed away sud- denly at the residence on Thursday, November 26, 1971, Mr. Steve Charles Kocsis, at the age of 42 years, beloved Annie Kocsis of C8799 j Sunnyside. Prayers will be said _ on Sunday at p.m. in Mar- SCHMIFCFLT Passed tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- the on Thursday, Road.I N'59 13 St. O Basil's Catholic Requiem Church, with years Moved husband of Mrs. I Rev. Father G Marien cele- Anneliese Scbrriegslt. of 2104 Interment will follow m i 20th S'. Coaldale. Bom, raised land educated in Breslau, Ger- DUE TO HEALTH, OWNER sell Coffee shop and pool rcorn "it, three roam livino luarters. Burdetl. Equipment and eluded. Older type Ouildino best offer. Box 576, S5.COO or Islend. 3661-27h Cigar Store Ideal lor operation. Stock ts consignment. Down- as Boyer's News Store. Listed f o r imme- CANADA TRUST CO. husband and fresh. 80'. locaticr Cigoi SPARE TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting money from NEW TYPE high-quality coin-operated dispensers in your area. No selling. To Qualify you must have car, refer- snces, S600 to cash. Seven to tTelve hours weekly can net excellent monthly Income More full time. For Interview write CANAPENN Include pi 3551.30 For Sale 26 slool lunch counter. All fixtures and equipment available for re- moval immediately. Contact Store Manager, for further information. Metropolitan Stores, 317 5 St. S., lethbridge Phone 327- 4110. CB571-H NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MACLEOD In the matter of Ihe Estate cf LOUIS DEJAX late of cowley, in the Province of Alberta, Retired Farmer, Deceased. TAKE NOTICE that all person! ..av- Inq claims upon the estate of the ebove nemed must file wifh Iris undersigned Solicitors by the day of Decem- ber, A.D. 1971 a full stalement of their lims and cf securities held by fhem. PATERSON, JACOBSON HUZIL Mayor Magrath Drive RE: ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following application for a de- velopment permit has been approved bv the Municipal Planning Commis- sion on November U, 71-1019 El Dorado sales to a sates lot for the sale of Iravel trailers and small recreation vehicles at 2910 1st Avenue South. Any person Effected by trie said decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by deliverlns either personally or by Registered Wail, statement of the grounds ol appc-al to reach the Office of the City Clerk In the City Hall not later Ihan December B, 1971. DEVELOPMENT OFFICER many, the late Mr. Schmiegelt to Canada in 1951 and settled in Cc-aldale. He was a carpenter by trade but because i of failing health for the past 11 vears he was unable to work aen-K the Mount Calvary section of Mountain V i e Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., phone MARTIN Directors of BROS. Funeral ERD11AX I would like lo tliank my doctor and staff of ;he Campbell Clinic; also nurs- :ng and staff of the Municipal Hospital for the excellent care. while 1 was hospitalized. Special father f" MoNEEI.Y on- of a dea: i pate in it. Despite this. Soviet Ambassa- _ In loving mem-, ,r father and grand-1 of some suggestions n.virt passed' James thanks to my friends for the prayers, flowers, caixls and j visits. David Erdman. 3855 away November 27, The years are swiftly passing Lethbridge, Solicitors ;or James Deiax Ihe Administrator, NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN' THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA. JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of MARY MOTRUK (also known as MARY WITWICKI) late cf the Citv ot Letnbrldge, m the Province cf Alberta, Widow, who en the 18th day of July- IN- TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with Ihe undersigned Solicitors by the !8th day cf Decem- ber, A.D. 1971 a full statement of their claims and ot securities held by them. MOSCOV1CH, MOSCOViCH, SPANOS MATISZ 424 7th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the FOR SALE CORRAL CLEANING businesi Llks new machinery. 000 to S100.0DO gross sales potential per year. Exclusive territory. drive-in with trailer court, lo- Cansda Highway No. Large laundromat with dry cieanlng department Ladies' fashion store In large south- ern Alberta town. Garage and service station with restau- rant on hard-surface hiohway easl of Taber. ID lots. Full price Ideal opportunity for family. Second hand store. Going business concern. Complete with large building and stock. Two bay car wash, In Coaldale. Good equipment. Cinder block building. Large growing store, In thriving southern Alberta town. Complete with stock and building. OtIVER HANDtEY REAL ESTATE MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE S. Handley 5J5-352J Sooer Handley........ Fred Burton ...........3-15-1177 Dill Meheden .............37G-6702 CE797-IIH INVESTMENTS PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. standard Time on Friday. De- cember 10, 1971 for the following k- TRUCK HAUl ING FOR BRIDGE WORK ON AS REQUIRED BASIS Contracts and Specifications may be obtained al the Office of the Chief Bridge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton; Office of the District Engineer, Administration Buiidino, Lethbridge; and Office cf the Dislrlct Engineer, Highways Building, Calgary and will be avaiilahle only to indi- viduals domiciled and operating in the Province cf Alberta, or to partner- ships or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place cf business in the Prov- ince cf Alberta. A deposit of twenty- five dollars will be required for each copy of Contract and Specifi- cations taken. Each bid must be ac- companied by a narked cheque or bond equal to tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The lowest cr any tender not necessarily ac- cepted. L. H. AAtManus Deputy Minister of Highiva' Transport. ]Vo salary increases discussed EDMONTON 'CP) A spokesman for the Progressive Conservative government said PYiday that salary increases for the 75 members of the Al- berta legislature were not dis- cussed at a caucus Thursday. It had been reported earlier that the caucus would consider the salaries of MLAs. who now earn a year and in expenses. The spokesman said the cau- cus did discuss the possibility of travel allowances for mem- bers of various government- appointed committees of MLAs but made no decision. I years he was s'. his trade and retired in 1965. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one daughter. Miss Dorit Schmiegelt and two Harald and Werner, all cf Coal- dale and one brother in Ger- j many. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p m in the Meimonite Confer- ence Church, Coaldale, with Rev. Peter Rctzlaff officiating, j Interment will follow in the I Coaldale Cemetery. F r i c n d s may pay their respects at Mar Wuttunee labelled stooge DOW The family of the lale L. H. Dow wish to express their most sincere thanks and I appreciation to their many rel- atives and friends for the many acts of kindress and expressions of sympathy, during their recent bereavement. We would also like to say 'sincere thanks to the members of the First Ward L.D.S. Church; to the nurses of the Municipal Hospital and the doctors of the Bigelow Fowler j j Clinic, who cared for Roy dur-! ing his lengthy illness. 3R74 But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you Your memory lingers yet. remembered by the Erickson, DePratu and Gordon fsmilieE. 3362 for amendment of the resolution and expressed hope that it wouid be ''supporter! and ap' BEGALLI In loving mem-, ory of a dear husband, Albert, who passed away November 27, i 1970. A certain smile, certain CALGARY (CP) William tin Bros T R A D f TI 0 N A L Wuttunee, a strong critic of his CHAPEL, 812 3 Ave. S., phone j brothers, u a mouJi- 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. federal Indian Af- LTD. Dired.'Ors of Funeral Ser- vire C880! SHELLENBERG away in Coaldale Pattern 74 LOANS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONF JOr.'FS ROOFING, 5745. STATEMENT OF CANDIDATES ELECTION EXPENSES ELECTORAL DIVISION OF LETHBRIDGE EAST NO. 75 j. v. Social Credit SCHV.'ARI'Z AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1W College Malt. Phone vldesi lacilHv available. W T ALL TYPES of mortgaqr PAINTING 'APANEI.E PAINTER. CITV OR i TOUNTRY. PHONE FVEN- TNGS. 3478-17D Printing and Advertising I Rental of i Lethbrldcp Herald i- Stenographic Services CHFC Radio TJOC Radio j CJOC TV 1 CFCII TV Telephone MORTGAGE Icitn! available en homes, hotels, mr.telt, commercial buildings aid induslrln' properti cated i dial. confidential five rales. n Alberta. Past, cor- service, at comceti- Harold J. J Richard Bflrti Printing and Hall Rental Travel SJMI.I7 .St. oMiclal irj-nt. Farmers-Merchants Trust 3U 7tn St. 5. Pnone MOMf h HIS........ 772.M ______ 25.DO I 43548.73 inston, B A A., C.A., fairs Minister Jean Chretien, Harold Cardinal said Friday. Mr. Cardinal, president of Passed i the Indian Association of Al- on Friday, November 26. 1971, following a berta, told a news conference that Mr. Wuttunee lias turned BOGL'SKI We would like to thank the Edith Cavell Home managemer.'. and staff for the wonderful care and respect they gave our mother. Thanks to Rev. Chapman, the organist, the soloist, the pallbearers and tlie ladies of the Association of the United Ukranian Canadians who prepared lunch for after sen-ice. To all of our friends and relatives who helped in any way, your thoughtfulness will be remembered. We thank you. Boguski family. 3356 ovemr engthy illness, Mrs. Annie his back on his ov.-n people to Stellenberg. at the age of 68 j years, beloved wife c-f Mr. Pe- 1 ter Shellenberg o f Coaldale. Born and raised in Winkler, ttie la'.e Mrs. Shel- .enberg came to Coaldale; in 1M1 and has residwl until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is survived disci-edit the association and Canadian Indians. Earlier Friday. Jlr. Wuttunee said in an interview that feder- al funds were being "misspent by Indian leaders and are not going to the right places." "Some Indir-i executives are using these funds to exploit own people while living bv three daughters, Mrs. (Lin- their people while living Hnl A E. Toew-s. Ccaldale, Mrs. high themselves." Mr. Wvrttu- da) A. E. Toews, Ccald, (Hilda) A. Redekopp. Wald- heim, Sask., Mrs. (Edna) J. Derksen, Vernon, B.C.; one son nee, a Calgary lawyer, said. CRITICIZES SYSTEM He has written a book titled Mr. Harry Shellenberg, Leth- j Ruffled Feathers which criti- bridge; 15 grandchildren: two sisters, Miss Elizabeth. Wiebe and Miss Tina Wiebe. both of Herbert, Sask., and two broth- ers, Mr. Jack Wiebe and Mr. Henry Wiebe both of Vancou- rer. The funeral service will be held on Monday at 3 p.m. in cizes Indian reliance on the reservation system, outmoded KOWALSKI The family of ic li'.e Wladislaw (Walter) Kowalski. wish to thank all :hose who assisted during the :oss of a wonderful husband, Father and grandfather. A special thanks to Father Field and the nursing staff of Et. Michael's Hospital; Rev. Lav- erty, the pallbearers and Mr. Tom Strseszkowski for the trib- ute in Polish; to all who sent floral tributes and cards and helped in any way, and to the ladies who served the lunch al the Polish Hall. Your kindness treaties and feather fakery of the red power advo- cales." Mr. Cardinal said he had proof that Mr. Wuttunee was paid 4300 a day in by the the Mennonite _ Brethren 1 federal government "to help Church, Coaldale with Rev. D. J. Pankratz officiating. In- terment will follow in the Oc-aldale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., phone 328-2361 (Courtesy park- ing at the rear of the MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- irsure that the government's white paper on Indian affairs would be accepted by both while and Indian people." If the Indian people wanted Mr. Wuttunee to be a spokes- man for them "it would cost us about S1CO.OOO." He said many government grants !o Indians "are given in tors of Funeral Service. C8803 j an to shut us up and j sell ilie Indian people down the proved by the General Assem- bly." Making his final