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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LtTHMIOGI HMALO McniUy, Ottab.r 14, Births, Deaths, Funerals, In Memoriams DEATHS RGPASZKI Passed away in the city on Sunday, October 25, 1970, at the age of 36 years, following a lengthy illness, ada in March of 1957 to work on a farm in Saskatchewan, moving to the Lethbridge area later the same year where he was again en- gaged in farming, and a short time later went to work for the National Parks Department in Waterton Lakes. Since Sepem-i her of 1963 he had been em- 1 ployed with the Canadian Dressed Meats plant in Leth- bridge until ill health forced to retire in April of this year. Besides his loving wife, Julia, he is survived by one daughter, Julia, at home; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Janos Repaszki of Hungary; one sis- ter, Mrs. Hermina Jobbagy; one brother, Janos, and his grand mother, Mrs. Csveres Paine, all of Hungary; also his mother and father-in-law, Mr. arid Mrs. Steve Rodvanszky ol Lethbridge. Requiem Mass wil be celebrated on Wednesday, at 10 a.m. in St. Peter's and S'l. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, with Father N. Diadio cele- brant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Tues- day at 8 p.m. in "Memorial Chapel" 703 13 Street North. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Serivce. C842 DEATHS KOKSYTH Passed away suddenly in the city on Satur- day, October 24, 1970, Mary Jane, at the age of 75 years, beloved wife of Mr. William Ross Forsyth of 904 7 Street A. South. A well known old timer of ihis city Mrs. Forsylli came to Leiitbridge from Scotland in 1926 and has resided .here ever since. Besides her loving hus- band she is survived by one son, William G. Forsyth of Cal- gary and three grandchildren. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 4 p.m. in "Mar- tin Bros. Chapel" 812 3 Avenue south, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C843 pass Poverty Problem Looms Large In West REGINA (CP) iiaskat- chewan, the only province in Canada with a full-fledged In- dian and Metis department, is trying to kill off a mammoth native poverty problem with a governmental peashooter. The Saskatchewan expert- j inent, six y ears old, is the j first attempt by a provincial i move di- administration redly into the field of native development. It has been seri- ously inhibited by fiscal re- quirements elsewhere in Sas- katchewan's troubled econ- omy. As a result, the department has made no appreciable dent in problems involving Saskat- chewan's registered In- dians and Metis, despite the best intentions of Premier Ross Thatcher's Liberal gov- ernment. The Indians are a purely federal responsibility but the Metis come under provincial jurisdiction, along with Indi- ans who have left the reserves ed away suddenly in Magrath j and moved into the cities. ZUGO Passed away in the city on Sunday, October 25, 3970, Joseph, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Alice Zugo of Coal dale. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C841 DISHAW Friday. October 23, 1970, Glenn Howard, aged 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs, Linda Dishaw, Milo. Born in Manitoba, he came to Al- berta in 1931, moved to the Milo district in 1939. He was a charter member of Milo Lions Club. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. H. W. (Joyle) Wilson, Bel- lingham, Wash, and Mrs. Elaine (Betty) Macken- zie. B.C.; one granddaughter, Julia; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Heaves, Vancouver, Mrs. Ber- tha Xing, Saskatoon; three brothers, Bob Dishaw, Victoria, Ernie Dishaw, Edmonton and Earl Dishaw, Saskatoon; sev- eral nieces and nephews. Pre- deceased by three brothers. Services at the Milo United Church, Tuesday p.m., Mrs. E. Home officiating. Cre- mation. In lieu of flowers, dona- tions may be made to mem- orial fund. Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrange- ments. C840 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of EDGAR BURKE HILL, late of the City ol Lethbridge, in the Province ol Alberta, Retired, who died on the lltti day ot Septem. ber A.D., 1970 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the under-nen- tioned Solicitors, by the 4th day of December A.D., 1970 a full statement of their claims and of securities held HUCKVALE WILDE AND on Friday, October 23, 1970 at the age of 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Olive Grun- inger of Magrath. Mr. Grun- inger was born in Hungary in 1910 and moved to Magrath in 1927 where he farmed until the time of his passing. Left to mourn his passing besides his loving wife. Olive are two sons, Dan of Spring Coulee and Reid of Magrath; two daughters, Mrs. Dennis (Sandra Jessop of Raymond and Diana of Ed- monton; 10 grandchildren; four brothers, Mike of Warburg, Bill and Joe of Sunnybrook, and Emery of Edmonton; and one sister, Mrs. Cecil (Mary) Mosicki of Warburg. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath LDS Chapel on Tuesday, October 27, 1970 at 2 p.m., with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Interment will fol- low in the family plot in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects in the Christen- sen Chapel on Monday from 7 to 8 p.m. and may view the remains from 1 to p.m. on Tuesday, October 27 at the LDS Chapel in Magrath. Christ- ensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C839 KOSKOWICH Passed away in Medicine Hat on October 20, 1970, at the age of 32 years, Alfred rvicholas, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Mary Koskowich of Medicine Hat. Born in Leth- bridge the late Mr. Koskowich received his early education here and his engineering de- gree at the University of Al- berta, Edmonton. A past presi- dent of the Lethbridge Toast- masters Club and a member of the Knights of Columbus the iate Mr. Koskowich at the time of his passing was assistant dis- trict engineer for "the Depart- ment of Highways in Medicine Hat. On Sept.'5, 1959 he mar- ried the former Mary Gaits in Lethbridge. Besides his loving wife, Mary, he is survived by four sons, Gregory N., Bradley G., Calvin D., Timothy M. AND ONE DAUGHTER Mary Lor- raine all at home; two sisters, Mrs. D. (Cecelia) Degner, of Idmonton and Miss Celeste Koskowich of New York; larents Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas foskowich and grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Troyan, all of Lethbridge. Requiem mass will celebrated Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. Peter's and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, [nterment will follow in Mount Calvary Section of Mountain iew Cemetery. Prayers will be said at 8 o'clock this Mon- day evening in "Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel" 703 13 Street North. Those who wish may, in lieu of flowers, donate to the Canadian Heart Fund. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. CM Last year the federal Indian affairs department pumped S5 million in welfare cheques alone into Saskatchewan re- serves, a quarter of the total amount Ottawa spent on wel- fare for Canada's reg- istered Indians. The tab the provincial wel- fare department picked up for the Metis and off-reserve Indi- ans is at least as large and getting bigger all the time, though exact figures are not available. Premier Ed S c h r e y e r 's NDP government in Manitoba appears to have the best rela- tions with the Indians of any province. It launched its own Pattern 7282 KRUSHEf, Barristers and Solici Acadia Building, Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Ei Lawrence Hill. TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received through ihf Medicine Hal Bid Depository lor 'rie following sub trades not lalor than p.m., Friday. October 30, 1970 on he Cote, watKins Office Building in Medicine Hat. rules and regulations of the Al- heria Bid Depository shall govern All Trades as listed. 1. Masonry Work 7. tecs nir l ._ doors, Moisture Aluminum blazing 5. Floor coverings 7. Acoustical work a. Terrazzo f. Dry wall and sieel studding 10, Granite work It. Mill work Signed "0 and H Consiruction Ltd Medicine Hat. LKGION AIAN'AfiKi: CRANBROOK (Spe c i a 1) Alec Dcmchuk. full-time .secre- tary for Branch 24, Royal Ca- nadian Legion here, has been appointed tr the newly-created office of secretary-manager of the branch. Poppy Day i.s Sat- urday, Nov. 7. IN MEMORIAMS loving memory of a dear husband, who passed away October 24. 1958. Softly the leaves of memory fall. Gently f gather and treasure them all God called you home to rest It is said He takes the best. Unseen, unheard you are always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. remembered hy his loving wife Emily. 9013 SIMMON'DS In 1 o vi ng memory of a dear wife anil mother, Lena Simmonds, who passed away October 25, She suffered in silence no one knew, She never deserved what she went through. Take of her. Lord as she takes her rest, For on this earth -she was one of t'ne best. Lovingly remembered by Roh and Terry Simmonds. 80RS through its Human Resources Authority what ideas they have in mind, then sits down and works out details and a .budget with them. "It's more an attitude of mind than an amount said authority divec tor J. E. Oberholtzer, whose organization offers its two na- tive associations far more fin ancial backing than Saskat- chewan does its Indian am community development pro gram for its treaty Indi- ans and Metis. "Our relations with the province are extremely goo Mrs. Cadwallader, 38. needles. Pattern 7282: 14 included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for I New Members UNITED NATIONS (API each pattern for first-class j A r g e n I i n a, Belgium, Italy, mailing and special handling were unop- (0 posed for election by the UN General Assembly Monday to THE LET11BK1DGE HERALD two-year terms on the Security Readers Mail Limited j Council starting Jan. 1. They CO Front Street West succeed Colombia, Finland, Toronto 1, Ontario. Spain. Nepal and Zambia. SHOi-l BIZ TWOSOME David Frost, television talk show host, and actress Diahcmn Carroll dine together in Los Angeles. British-born Frost and Miss Carroll have been dating frequently, but recently a reporter quolcd Ihcm as aenying any marriage plans. appear to be becoming far more aware of their responsi- bilities to the aboriginal popu- lation, though efforts to date have been generally of a low- priority nature. In the years ahead tile pro- vincial governments can ex- pect more militancy from na- tives than in past cially from the Metis of West- ern Canada who now are trying to build a strong na- tional organization. "We are the forgotten Indi- ans, the children of Louis said Angus Spence, president of. the Manitoba Metis Federation. "We have all the disadvantages of treaty Indians, but none of the ad- vantages. "We cannot wait much longer. We will become mili- tant if necessary." WEEKEND DEATHS By THE CANADIAN PRESS New Hofstad- ter, 54. winner of two Pulitzer Prizes for his lively and often controversial writings on Amer- ican history. Santiago, Rene Schneider, 57, commander-in- chief of the Chilean army who was shot Thursday by assassins. AMERICAN FUGITIVES IN ALGERIAN EXILE Fugitives Timothy Leary and Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver have been joined in Algerian exile by Bernardine DohrfT, who is on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List. Leary escaped last month from a jail term on narcotics charges in San Luis Obispo, Calif. He has been granted political asylum by the Algerian government. Cleaver is sought in the U.S. for allegedly violating parole and on other charges stemming from a California shooting incident. Miss Dohrn, 28, is wanted by FBI for alleged "interstate flight, mob action, riot and conspiracy." Gives Speech On'Death And Dying MILWAUKEE (AP) Tha "selfishness of people and the immoral influence of religion" is helping to keep the life-sav- ing advances in organ trans- plants from doing more to help mankind, an Episcopal priest said here: Rev. 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