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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 87 FUR BEARING ANIMALS TOP QUALITY CHINCHILLAS. Breeders from show winning stock. Some duo to litter in February and March. A real opportunity for starting or expanding rancher. Must see to appreciate. For inquiries phone 651 years of 2418 11th Avenue A S. The funeral service will be he-Id on Saturday at i p.m. in McK.iJ.tcp United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will fellow in tha family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C7031 DEATHS TOEYVS - Passed away in St. Catherine's Ontario, on Thursday, February 1, 1973, Mrs. Margarotta Tcews at the age cf 92 years, of St. Catherines (formerly of Coaldale), beloved wife of the late Mr. John Toews. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Sendee. C7032 LEPP - Passed away in Coaldale on Sunday, January 28, 1973, following a brief illness, Mrs. Agatha Lepp at the age cf 84 years, of Coaldale, beloved wife of the late Mr. Henry Lepp. Tlie funeral service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Coaldale Mennonite 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 sendee. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7030 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-ingtc-n, 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 HoUaday and they continued to reside at Magrath until Ms passing. He liked sports of all kinds but particularly baseball. Ho 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 all of Magrath; four daughters, Mrs. Stevan (Claire) Boguan of Magrath, Mrs. Peter (Dana) Norman of Cranbrook. Mrs. Danny (Shirley) Worm an 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. CHBISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7029 PUBLiC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE Pursuant to the provisions of Section 153 cf The Municipal Taxation Act, R.S.A., 1570, Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the (own of Picture Butte Intends to undertake the construction of Paving as a lecal Improvement. The estimated cost cf the aforementioned local improvement is $f5,00D.0�) repayable over a period of 20 years at a rate cf Interest not exceeding 9 per centum (9r>) per annum and to charge the lends abutting that portion ol the street or place wherein the local improvement is made at a uniform rate of 60 cents per front tool of frontage over the said period cf 20 years. All cost In excess ot the aforementioned rate per front fool will be borne by the Town at large. The location of the proposed local improvement is as follows: Watson Avenue -- from 5ih Street Soulh to <5lh Street South and Sixth Street South - from Rogers Avenue to Watson Avenue. Notice Is further given that unless the maiority of the owners of the lands that may be assessed therefor, representing at least one-half In valuo thereof as aforesaid, pelltion that Council against It within two weeks after the last publication of the Notice, the local improvement may be undertaken and the cosf (hereof assessed by the system cf assessment referred to in this Notice. If no petition sufficiently signed has, within the time limited in that behalf, been presented lo the. Council against tho lacal improvement or assessment aforementioned, the Council may undertake the proposed local improvement ot any lime within three years of the giving of the Notice. Date of tho last publication of this Nclico wil be the 9th day of February, 1973. DATED at the Town of Picture Bv'io, Ih ci3t day of January, 1973. Karl A.'.cllrny. Town Administrator. F\6 FUNERAL CLELAND - Funeral service for Harold Cleland, beloved husband of Mrs. Clara Cleland of Vauxhall who died there Sunday, Jan. 28, 1973, at the age cf 74 years, was held at l p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1973, in Knox United Church, Taber, with Rev. Kenneth Morris and Miss Aldeen McKay officiating. Pallbearers w ere Doug Stevenson, Walter Thies-sen, Allan Leith, Ted Currant, Claude Sulton and Merv Nat-tras. Interment was in the Cowley Cemetery. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. EDMONTON (CP) - The Canadian oil industry will be r.ijJe to meet all Canadian ].:-..-:ds in February. Bill Dickie, Alberta mines and minerals minister, said Thursday. ''The February energy crisis is over," the minister said in an interview. Mr. Dickie said he expects to telephone Donald MacDonald, federal energy minister, to give him the news that the oil industry, based in Alberta, can meet all the Canadian oil requirements. He said the situation for March is still not clear although he expected the demand to be Jess than the all-time high requirements forecast of February. The forecast for the first time in recent years exceeded regular production capacity. Mr. Dickie said there is still concern that if "President Nixon pulls the plug on import policy" ways must be found to make sure that all Canadian requirements are met before companies are tempted to increase sales to the U.S. Mr. Dickie did not say specifically how the oil industry will meet the high February demand. However, an Independent oil marketer predicted in Washington Thursday that this winter's home fuel shortages will become the gasoline shortages of next summer. John Buckley of Boston said that while warmer weather may ease the Iiome fuel-oil shortage, "It is obvious that at that time there will be another shortage - this time a massive one that will dwarf last summer's." Buckley told the senate interior committee gasoline prices will rise because big refiners can't make enough to meet the huge demands of American car drivers on vacation. CARDS OF THANKS NEWBY - I wish to sincerely thank my doctor, nurses and staff, Fourth Floor, Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Thanks also to friends and relatives for flowers, cards, visits and enquiries. God bless you all. -Ted Nevvby. C7007-3 GLENNIE - We would like to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the doctors of the Haig Clinic, the staff of First Main St. Michael's Hospital for flowers, cards and letters and a special thanks to all of our relatives, friends and neighbors who helped in so many ways in our recent bereavement. Their Idndness will always be remembered. -Pearl Glennie Robert and Gary Hutton Carolanns Gyzczuk C557 City 111/311 A search for the body of Robert Berry, 46, a former Lethbridge man, continued Wednesday near Gold River, B.C., about 150 miles northwest of Victoria on Vancouver Island. Mr. Berry, father of two daughters, was driving a pickup truck that skidded a n d plunged off a one-way, single-lane bridge late last Thursday evening, according to news reports. The bridge, located one half-mile from the town centre, is reported to have hpd three similar fatalities in the last 13 months. Mr. Berry was a Tahsis Co. pulp mill employee. His father, Milton Berry of G03 9lh Ave. South, and a brother, Jim, reside in Lethbridge. Canadians fisted as prisoners WASHINGTON (AP) --United States oficials. unwilling to accept North Vlstnam's latest prisoner list, as final, are pressing Communist diplomats for more names than those of seven United States servicemen and three civilians acknowledged as captives in Laos. One of the three civilians is Lloyd Dudley Oppel, 20, of Courtenay, B.C., captured last Oct. 23 in the Laotian village of Kongkok when Communist-led troops entered the area and working there with the Christian Missions in Many Lands. Also on the list was Samnal Allen Mattix, 20, cap'urcd with Oppel. Oppel was tho second Canadian listed as a prisoner since the Vietnam ceasefire began. Marc Cayer, mond, Que, day. Cayer was International 20. was of Ft. Uav-\h'.c;\ S:itur- a teacher with (ho Volunteer Service in a school rear the South Vietnamese city of Hue. He disappeared during the Communist Tet offensive hi 1963. ;