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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ti, inc kcinBmwuc IN MEMORIAMS BOETTCHER Lingering memories of a dear husband and Dad, Roger G, who passed away April 27, 1969. missed by Helen and children 326 GEJDOS In loving memory of Andrew Gejdos who passed Away April 27, 1956. What would I give to clasp his hand, His happy face to see, To hear his voice and see his smile, That meant so much to me missed by his loving wife and family. 288 CARDS OF THANKS WATKINS I wish to express my sincere thanks to my many friends for the letters and cards of sympathy and the acts of kindness shown me during my recent bereavement. Watkins 310 CAJKA -1 wish to thank all my relatives and friends for the flowers, visits, gifts and cards while I was a patient in the hospital. A special thanks to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's and the Coaldale Hospitals. Mary Cajka 284 CSIZMADIA Charles, Steven and I would like to thank all the wonderful people for their kindness shown to us during the loss of our home by fire. For all donations of cash, clothing, food, furniture, and household items. Our sincere Appreciation. Czimadia 285 Oil industry is offered incentives REGINA (CP) The Sas- katchewan government an- nounced Wednesday wide- ranging incentives to the oil industry to encourage it to resume efforts to develop the province's oil reserves. The incentives, announced in the legislature by M-neral Resources Minister Elwood Cowley, took the form of various partial exemptions from tough oil surtaxes imposed by the province in December. The surtaxes had been blamed by oilmen for a radical drop in exploration and drilling activity since December. Under the December legislation, oil producers would be restricted to getting on average for each barrel of oil, plus another 30 cents that they could earn by spending equivalent amounts on exploration and de- velopment in Saskatchewan. The value of the oil above or was taxed away by the province. Under the exemptions from the provincial surtax, Mr. Cowley said the producer of light crude oil newly discovered in the Weyburn- Estevan area would be able to keep to a barrel at a price of Figures for producers in other areas would vary according to the location and the type of oil The exemptions effectively set up a two-price system for oil, with new oil bringing higher prices to the producer Parliamentary expansion BIRO The family of the late Mr. Mike Biro (Uncle Mike) extend their sincere thanks for all expressions of sympathy, to the doctors and nursing staff of the Border Counties Hospital and St. Michael's Hospital and ladies of the O.O.R.P.; to the nephews who acted as plan Set pallbearers, Les, Donald, r Gary, KoDert Santa, Gregory Hutchinson and Alan Matson and others who helped in our recent bereavement Matson and family 286 STOTYN The families of the late Mr William Stotyn of Monarch wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to all relatives and friends who stood by them during their recent bereavement, in the loss of a dear father and grandfather. Kind thanks for all the cards and flowers, and expressions of sympathy. Special thanks to the doctors and nurses and staff of the hospitals for the care and attention shown during his illnesses. Thank you to the ladies who served lunch, and to Martin Bros, for funeral arrangements, and to Reverends J. Moerman and A. T. King who conducted the service. Stotyn family 283 OTTAWA (CP) Former Supreme Court Justice Douglas Abbott will head a special commission to guide the expansion of parliamentary facilities in a three-block area of downtown Ottawa, it was announced in the Commons. Public Works Minister J.E. Dube in his announcement said the new advisory commission on parliamentary accommodation will generally deal with the type of facilities and space that Parliament needs to operate effectively. Plans to expropriate a three-block area, bounded by Wellington, Elgin, Sparks and Bank streets directly south of Parliament Hill, were announced last summer. REACTIVATE NEW YORK (AP) American Airlines has announced it will put back into service seven Boeing 747 jumbo jets it retired during the fuel shortage earlier this year. 6Zebra' killer hunt continues SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Mayor Joseph Alioto, saying the city's streets "must be made safe from these mad has pledged to keep the Zebra manhunt going despite and adverse court ruling. "It must be made plain that this is no signal for any letup in the intensive manhunt in Alioto said Friday night. "Twelve murders and six armed assaults require no less than this." Police say one or more assailants are responsible for the seemingly unprovoked attacks on whites in the city's streets. Judge Alfonso Zirpoli ordered police Thursday to abandon a blanket stop-and- search of blacks who fit the general description of one suspected assailant. Since the program began ;