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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta BIRTHS McDERMID Jim and Chris are proud to announce the birth of a new baby daughter, Melanie Christine, 9 Ibs., 2 oz. at St. Michael's Hospital on Friday, September 20, 1974. A sister for Scott and Liana. 2311-24 MATISZ Robert and Sandy wish to announce the birth of their son. Jason Robert, on September 6th, 1974. weighing 9 Ibs. 4 ozs. at St. Eugene Hospital. Cranbrook, B.C. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKanna and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Matisz all of Lethbridge. 2278 HANSEN Gilbert and Valerie are happy to announce the birth of their son, Ryan Shaun Gilbert. 8 Ibs., 14 oz., born September 3rd at St. Michael's Hospital. A brother for Brad. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manning Sr. of Lethbridge and Mrs. Helen Lutz of Claresholm. Great grandparents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Weber of Lethbridge. 2279 DEATH GERLA Katherine, passed away in the city on Friday, September 20th, 1974 at the age of 79 years, beloved wife of Joseph Gerla of Lethbridge. Mrs. Gerla was born in Tuchla, Poland, February 25th. 1895 and came to Canada in 1929 settling in Warner. Alberta, later in 1953 they moved into Lethbridge where she was residing at the time of her passing. She enjoyed working in her yard and was admired by her neighbors for her fine garden and landscaping. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her loving husband, two daughters. Mrs. Ben (Mary) Wilson and Mrs. Vern (Katie) Dunham, both of three sons. Michael of Portland, Oregon. John of Lethbridge and Frank of Sudbury. Ont. eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday. September 23. 1974 at 2 p.m. in the Christensen Chapel (327 10th St. S.) with Rev. Father E. Bruce Field officiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON- FUNERAL HOME LTD.. in charge of Funeral Services. C2119 PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE EXPROPRIATION ACT REVISED STATUTES OF ALBERTA 1974 CHAPTER 27 SECTION 3 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO EXPROPRIATE 1 Take Notice Tnat the Village of Stirling intends to expropriate the following lands situate in the Province of Alberta and described as: BLOCK TWENTY SIX on PLAN STIRLING 752J containing 10.15 Acres more or less Excepting theroul firstly the corner cutoff on Plan 5164 E.Z containing 0 S3 of an Acre more or less. Secondly Parcel A on Plan 1485 G V containing 0 027 of an Acre more or less. Excepting thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same 2. The nature of the interest in the lands intended to be expropriated is the total interest of the registered owner 3. The work or purpose lor which the interest in Ihe lands if required is io construe! a raw water reservoir to service !he needs of the Village of Stirling Section 6 o! the above Act provides that 1 No person may in any croceediigs under this Act dispute the right of an authority to have recourse to expropriation. 2 ;n any proceedings under this Act !he owner may question whether the taking of the land, or the estate or interest therein, is fair, sound and reasonably necessary in the achievement o' the objectives of the expropriating authority 5 Section 50 of Ihe above Act provides that. 1 An ownet who desires an inquiry shall serve ine approvng authority with a not'ce of objecl'Or1. a ir. ;nc case of an owner served .n accordance with Section 8. Subsedio- (2) wiflvn twenSv-cne. days of serv'ce upon him o' :he notice ol snd b nn any wtthin txventy- one days a'Jer 1'rs! oub'icalion o' 1tie rotice of 2 The objection shall slate a The name and of person objecting b The nature ol objection c oT.CTir'ds upon }he is based, and 3 nature ol Ihe mser-est ol She 6 oersonatleclcdbv1 h not -iced 1c serve "t'? ariomi o' ocrnrpnsijiicn payable dflcimiript) bv Ihe pr she Own as Ihp may 7 Thf approving aulhcnty wilfi teswcl Io ihis -expropriation is Vitteae of Stirling DATED 31 Inc Cly ol Lelhbridge. m 1he Provmoe crt Alberta. Ibis 18th day ffl Scpternbf A D C M Mitsche of thr VtHagc of Stirling crt ISr Village tfl Strrlrnc) Village crt Slifllnq Stirling, A'bena Noiioo ol 10 is herein ip The Village ol Slirtmg Stirling Alberts Ater SWing. Albrla Anne Ouflas. SHrlinq. Alberta c A Nsiscm ftanehw. Ud Siflmg Alberta S70 DEATH GEIGER Passed away in Great Falls, Montana on Friday, September 20, 1974, Mrs. May Victoria (Standing) Geiger at the age of 57 years, beloved wife of Mr. Elmer Geiger of Great Falls. Montana and formerly of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2118 IN MEMORIAMS FELLGEB In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Christine Fellger. who passed away September 21, 1965. Memories are treasures, no one can steal, Death leaves a heartache the world cannot heal. -Sadly missed by Erwin. Margaret, Brenda and Bradley. 2282 FELLGER In loving memory of a dear wife, Christine, who passed away September 21, 1965. No length of time can take away, My thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent you are always near. Still loved, still missed, still very dear. remembered and so sadly missed by husband Paul. 2284 McGLENN In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Jane McGlenn, who passed away September 22. 1970, father and grandfather Lester S. McGienn. passed away August 7, 1966. We cannot bring the old days back. When we were all together, But secret tears and loving thoughts Will be with us forever. by Marion. Jerry and families. 2283 NELSON, TODD In loving memory of Timmy Todd and Cheryl Nelson who passed awav September 11, 1959. Two little lambs too sweet and pure. Upon the earth to roam. An angel came and took our two little children home. remembered by mom, brothers, Veryl, Vancouver, B.C.. Kenneth, Calgary. Russell and Dennis and grandparent, Mrs. E. Nelson. Lethbridge, and sisters. Bonnie. Edmonton and Lynn, Charlotte, Virginia. 2338 NILSSON In loving memory of a very dear dad and grandpa. Harold, who passed away September 22. 1971. September comes with sad regret It brings back a day we can't forget You passed away without goodbye But memories of you will never die The tears we shed we can wipe away But the ache in our heart will always stay Gone but not forgotten. In our garden of memories you will live forever. remembered and so sadly missed by his daughters Grace. Twyla. Jean and families. 2285 FELLGER In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother. Christine, who passed away September 21. 19P5 We hold our tears when we speak your name But the ache in our hearts remains Ihe same. No one knows the sorrow we share When the family meets and you're not there. We lost a mother with a heart of gold. Worth more to us than wealth untold Beautiful thoughts of mother so dear. Treasured JVntver with iove sincere. Deep in oar heart your memories are kept. We loved you too deeply to ever remembered and so sadly missed by Darlene. Leonard and Family. X6112 CARDS OF THANKS SIVYER To Clare on her 21st birthday. May the future be fair, and good fortune smile on you. our love Mom and Dad and brothers and sisters. 2301 BAND To all our friends and relatives so kind, thought- ful and considerate at this time. God bless you. Jim Band and Mrs. Tom Band and Mrs. Frank Wince. 2213-23 SERA I wish to thank my doctors and staff of St. Michael's and the Auxiliary Hospitals for the care I received, and all my friends and relatives for gifts, phone calls, visits and cards. Sera. 2280 YOUNG We wish to express our sincere thanks and deep appreciation to our relatives, friends and neighbors who extended so many acts of kindness after the passing of husband and father. For the beautiful flowers, cards, food, donations and visits. A special thanks to the doctors and nurses at the Municipal Hospital. It was all so very much appreciated. Young and Family. 2281 JONES We wish to express our appreciation to all our friends and relatives for the expressions of sympathy extended to us at the time of the passing of our dear mother and grandmother, Joan Jones. Special thanks to Rev. D. Hoskin and the pallbearers. and Freda Jones Dick and Bobbie Jones Art and Ev Jones Mike and Ivy Chenger and grandchildren. 2314 JOCHEM We wish to express our sincere thanks to all those friends and relatives who showed their kindness to us at the time of the passing of our dear mother. Our sincere thanks for the many cards, flowers, donations; also to the ones who sent food or helped in any way. These many expressions are a comfort and will always be remembered. Marion Ostby and family. Adam Jochem and family. X6111 PIERSON We wish to express our deepest appreciation to all our friends and relatives for the beautiful floral tributes, cards, food. words of sympathy expressed during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to Rev. L. Frank Lee for his comforting words and prayer for Scott Michael. and Bev Pierson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pierson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gullickson and family. "2339 KLAUS We wish to express our sincere appreciation to all our friends and relatives for the beautiful floral tributes, cards: and to those who sent food to us at the time of the passing of our dear husband, father and grandfather. A very special thanks to Pastor Jost. the pallbearers. Howard and Lois Fleming. John and Lola Kolpak. Mrs. Henry Kolpak. doctors and nurses of first main and second floors St. Michael's Hospital. Your kindness will always be remembered. Klaus. George. Jacquie and Dion Klaus. Len. Sharon and Lori Kolpak 2337 CARDS OF THANKS DEWAR The family of the late Mrs. Dewar would like to express their sincere thanks for all expressions of sympathy to their friends and neighbors, Rev. Jordan, the emergency staff and doctors at St. Michael's Hospital. Sincerely Mr. Wm. Dewar: John, Olive and Agnes Dewar; Alice and Dennis Carlson. 2313 DE JONG It is with grateful hearts that we thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for the love shown us at the sudden passing of our dear husband, father and grandfather, Chris. We appreciate all the prayers, visits, cards, flowers, and food. We thank God for you. Family of Chris De Jong Sr. 2312 Liberal popularity jumps LONDON (Reuter) With three weeks to go to Britain's general election, an opinion poll published by a leading newspaper today indicates a jump in the popularity of the opposition Liberal party. The poll, in the London Times, showed a rise in Liberal support to 23 per cent from 17 per cent last month. The survey also showed the ruling Labor party's lead slightly down to 38 from 42.5 per cent last month and the main opposition party, the Conservatives, down to 34 from 36 per cent. In a separate development, Prime Minister Harold Wilson accused the British press Fri- day night of running a smear campaign against the Labor party. Feed grains symposium set for Nov. WINNIPEG (CP) The Canadian Wheat Board has an- nounced plans for a four day feed grains symposium in late November in Hakone, Japan. The symposium, sponsored jointly by the board and the grain marketing office of the federal industry department, is part of a long term development program design- ed to encourage increased use of Canadian feed grains and food stuffs in Japan. Dief urges RCMP probe WINNIPEG (CP) Former prime minister John Dief en baker said here he wants a royal commission es- tablished to investigate the administration and activities of the RCMP. Speaking at a banquet dur- ing the annual conference of the Manitoba Association of Urban Municipalities, he said changes are necessary if the high reputation of the force is to be maintained. Secretary WASHINGTON