Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
| (BirlLs, jbeal/u. 'DuneraL, t\ \ ^ 1 Cads. Of OLanL, Jn Yl\\>m on'ami $ i I DEATHS LEPP - Passed away in Coaldale on Sunday, January 28, 1973, following a brief illness, Mrs. Agatha Lepp at the age of 84 years, of Coaldale, beloved wife of the late Mr. Henry Lepp. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Coaldale Men-nonite Conference Church, with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the church from 1 p.m. until just prior to the service. MARTIN BROS. LTD.; Directors of the funeral service. BLUMEL - William, passed away in the city on Wednesday, January 31, 1973, at the age of 80 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Delia Blumel of Magrath. Mr. Blumel was born in Farm-ington, Utah and came to Canada around the turn of the century and settled in the Cards-ton district before moving to Magrath, where he operated a farm. He filled a mission for the L.D.S. Church in the Northern States Mission with headquarters at Chicago. He married Delia Holliday and they continued to reside at Magrath until his passing. He liked sports of all kinds but particularly baseball. He was active in dramatics in his youth and he played in the town band. Besides his loving wife Delia he is survived by three sons; Karl, Reed and Robert ail of Magrath; four daughters, Mrs. Stevan (Claire) Bogdan of Magrath, Mrs. Peter (Dana) Norman of Cr an brook, Mrs. Danny (Shirley) Worman of Drum-heller, and Mrs. Lloyd (Christy) Stewart of Nanaimo, B.C. and 13 grandchildren. He was predeceased by two sisters and three brothers. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 3, 1973, at 2:00 p.m. in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel, with Bishop R. M. Dahl officiating. Interment will follow in The Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1:00 p.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7001 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF COALDALE (Section 311 of The Municipal Government Act) TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Town of Coaldale, In the Province of Alberta, has given first reading to money By-Law No. S33 which win, on final approval and ratification, authorize Council to borrow monies by way of debenture, to pay for the cost of Constructing a multi-purpose Sports-plex Arena within Its municipal limits. The estimated MM cost of the aforesaid prelect amounts to $150,000.00. After deducting from this cost the amount of $50,000.00, to be received by way of a grant from the Dept. of Agriculture, the net amount to be borrowed on the credit and security of the municipality at large by the Issue of debentures Is $100,000.00. The debentures are to be repayable to the bearer In twenty (20) equal consecutive annual Instalments of combined principal and Interest, the Interest not to exceed a rate of more than nine per centum (9%) per annum. NOTICE THEREFORE Is hereby given by the Council of the Town of Coaldale that, unless a poll of the proprietary electors for and against the said debenture borrowing Is demanded, as provided for by the terms of The Municipal Government Act, the said Council may pass the said Bylaw and submit It fo the Local Authorities Board for final ratification and certification that a vote of the proprietary electors thereon Is not required. OF WHICH all persons Interested are hereby notified and they are required to govern themselves accordlnqly. NOTICE TO PROPRIETARY ELECTORS A proprietary elector Is - (!) a person whose name appears on the assessment roll In respect of land liable to assessment and taxation for general municipal purposes, and (li) a person who Is liable on or after January 1st, 1572 for the payment of a mobile unit licence. Ten per cent (10%) of the proprietary electors may by petition request a vole on a money By-lav/ under the provisions of Sections 311 and 7 of The Municipal1 Government Act. 1. The petition must be received by the municipal secretary within IS days of the last publication of this notice and shall contain on each page an accurate and Identical statement of the purpose and objectives of the petition. 2. Each signature to the petition shall be witnessed by an adult person who shall take an affidavit that to the best of his belief the persons who signatures he has witnessed are qualified to vote at a general election. 3. There shall be set out opposite each signature on the petition - (a) the legal description of the property or other qualifications entitling that person fo be a proprietary elector, (b) the postal address of the petitioner, (c) the occupation of the petitioner. �4. A corporation or a religious organization or an estate, the name of which appears on the last revised assessment roll as the owner, conditional owner or purchaser of land that Is not exempt from taxation, may In writing authorize a resldentt representative to sign a petition on behalf of the corporation or religious organization or an estate. 5. The petition shall be filed with the municipal secretary who shall, in accordance with the Act, compute the number of petitioners that have signed the petition and determine the mf-flclency thereof. �. Every petition shall hav� attached to It a signed statement of a person whose name appears upon the petition, stating that he represents the petitioners and that he Is the person to whom the municipality may direct any enquiries with regard to the petition. 7. No name shall be removed from the Cefllfon afler It has been received y the municipal secretary. 8. If two or more money by-laws are advertised In a single notice, a separate petition shall be filed with respect to each by-law. 9. The date of the last publication of this Notice Is February 8th, 1973. H. E. Fletcher Municipal Secretary Town of Coaldale F7 DEATHS DYCK -Passed away in Coaldale on Tuesday, January 30, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Annie Elisabeth Dyck, at the age of 51 years, beloved wife of Rev. Frank William Dyck of Coaldale. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 3 p.m. in the Coal-d a 1 e Mennondte Conference Church, with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the church from 2 p.m. until just prior to the Service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. MILNES - Ben, beloved husband of the late Mary Beal (Goodwin) of Bellevue, passed away in Pincher Creek on Tuesday, January 30, 1973, aged 76 years. He was born in Connis-bourough, Y o r kshrie, England July 2, 1898 and came to Canada around 1921, settling in Bellevue where he has resided since. He was employed as a mechanic - machinist for West Canadian Collieries until his retirement in 1956. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary In Bellevue in November 1953; two brothers, Henry and John and one sister, Mary and his parents. He served in the First World War 1914-1918 in the British Royal Navy, in Africa. He was a past-president of the Canadian Legion, Bellevue Branch and also an instructor for St. John's Ambulance. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. G. (Eveyln) Jordan of Calgary, Mrs. J. (M u r i e 1) Radford of Calgary and Mrs. J. (Grace) Avoledo of Bellevue; seven grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandson and also one sister, Alice in England. Funeral services will be held in Fantin's Funeral Chapel, Blairmore on Friday, February 2 at 3:00 p.m. Cremation to follow in Calgary. In lieu of flowers, persons wishing may donate to the Legion Poppy Fund, care of the Bellevue Legion, Bellevue. FANTTN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. MORE DEATHS ON PAGE 14 Don't get caught with an expired guarantee. That spells troublel Like costly, unexpected repair bills. Exasperating delays. Protect yourself against this kind of worry with a Simpsons-Sears Maintenance Agreement for the life of your Simpsons-Sears appliance. For just pennies a day, we assume total responsibility for all service and parts necessary to keep your appliance in perfect operating condition. We also provide unlimited service calls, even if the problem is non-technical, such as a blown fuse! 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