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FAftit rtrrvTT-mrif Train Service West Disrupted W ith transcontinental train traffic disrupted by washouts and slides in the Fraser Canyon, trains 1 and 3 and 2 and 4 were consolidated at the week-end and run as locals between Edmonton and Winnipeg and Edmonton and Kamloops. It was hoped that the mainline would be cleared and normal service restored some time Mon day night. Last regular train to pass through Edmonton from the west left Vancouver Friday night. Saturday night's trains from the western terminal left, but were later recalled when slides oc curred. Heaviest rock slide was re ported on the CPJt. mainline i near North Bend. It is not ex pected to be cleared for several days and the CPU. will operate over the C.N.R. line when this Is ! re-opened Monday. The CPJt.'s Kettle Valley line also suffered serious damage through slides and washouts. CTWOTTCVr .TTirFNAt. MOVDAT. frOTTMTiPR SS. IHJ- Police On Watch For Bogus Bill Police are investigating; an alleged counterfeit $100 bill which was reported in Edmonton Sunday. The report came when Mike Kucey of the Star Hotel, told police a man had come in and asked him to change the bill. He said he offered to give the man $10 in cash and a receipt for $90 until the banks opened on Monday. Then Kucey noticed the design on the back of the bill was blurred and very Indistinct. He telephoned police and the man departed. A police search of the area - failed to find any suspect. The man is described as being : 20 years of age, fiva-feet six inches tall with blonde hair and wear- ; Ing brown shirt and gray trousers. Family Wiped Out In U.S. Train Smash HILLSDALE, Wyo (AP) A speeding Union Pacific mail train Saturday wiped out a Hillsdale farm family. The bodies of Bernard W. Hatcher, 45. and his four children were scattered over one-third of a mile of prairie with the wreckage of their car, struck by the train at a level crossing. New Artery To Link 101 St.Olrectly With 105 St. Bridge Is ' si. IgL. . I -1 i &p 2 WOAvc V- ' JMr'" I H s .PROPS' V I l I ; 1 : . i ' "' ,,1, .1 I f I i : c srzi l -'c&'j&, fcvt, 1 1 I If i wi f" g ' 1 I vv: e. 2 97 Ave i ... Ul II I Amateur Astronomers See "Double Feature" In Sky Amateur astronomers usually .the conspicuous constellation, have to wait months between od- Orion, may be seen in the south west. ditis but they're having a heyday right now. with a double-feature show in the sky every 24 hours. Dr. J. W. Campbell. University of Alberta mathematics head and a past president of the Edmonton Astronomical Society, explained Monday what may be seen on a clear night or early morning. Early in the evening, in the south west sky, Venus and Jupiter are presenting an unusual spectacle. Dr. Campbell said the brighter one, to the right, is Venus. He said seldom are these planets so bright as they have been the past few days. Then, in the morning, about 6:30 ajn., directly south and well up in the sky is Sickle, of the constellation Leo, with the bright star. Regulus. forming part of the handle at the lower extremity. To the left and lower down is a brisht pair of planets, Saturn and Mars, which may be observed until Wednesday. Mars, on the right, will move slowly to the left and will pass Saturn Wednesday. Presenting another unusual sight is Sica, in the lower east and $14,900 Received In T.B. Seal Sale Dr. Campbell said the university observatory will be open Monday from 8:00 p.m. to observe these planets and the moon. EBsrtlis, Engagements, Marriages amtl &lnluawic Births Funerals 4 V v. MRS. A. ADAMS Christ Church W.A. Plans Annual Sale BURNS: To Mr. nl Mrs. Jack Burns mee Norah Couplandi. at tlie i Knval Alexandra Hof-pltal, on No- ' vember 2tith, a son, William Bryan. weight 7 lbs., 7 ozs. MAODONALD T Mr. and Mrs. D. Macdonald (Eunice MarKUeriLe Shackelli at the University Hoapttal, on November 20. a daughter Margaret Anne. Weight 6 lbs., 13 02s. CEORGINA HANCOCK Funeral services for the late Oeor-gma Hancock, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hancock of Cal-mar, who passed away on November 22nd at the age of 7 years, were held oun Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. from UninMork ' Funeral Chapel. Rev, Canon A. Wallls'officiated and Inier-ment took place In the Conjuring Creek Cemetery. The pallbearers were Messrs. Wilfred Seul. Eddie Mulligan. Lawrence Burgea and William Burgess. STEVENSON: To Mr. and Mrs. D. W. ' Many beautiful floral tributes were Stevenson of Devon inee Evelvne received from: Loving Family; Clrand-Slrabel) on November aist at the ma and Oranpda: Aunt and Uncle; General Hospital, a daughter, Robin Arthur. Jeaaie and Family; Mr. and Lynn. Weight 6 lbs. 7 ozs. iMrs H. S. Hamilton and Fred: Mr. !a,,d Wr' E- T- MonOKhan and Billv; A"i.iiiVi.ir"tti.i.v H..,a 1. tfiian'riv Mr- lld Mrs. Don Fordur and Family; n- n.iu - w . Allan icninMS ana Ciladys: Mr. and Mrs. J. E Cook and Keg; Cecil and Lois: Norah. Rudv, Barbara and Louie: Ruby and Torv; Bill and Margery Munn: Mr. and Mrs. Eruie Sparrow and Family: Mrs. John Blondhrim. Mabel. Charlie and Frankie; Mr. and Mrs. H Bablltz and Family; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pederwm and Family; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie to each family announcing a new arrival Announcement rate SI 6(1 Engagements MR. Colin Campbell announces the engagement o! his daughter. Mary Jean, to Mr. Oordnn Urch Proctor, son of Mr and Mrs O n. Proctor of Ed monton. The wedding will take place , Torrance and Family; Mr. and Mis. at Metroixilitan Church December 17, at 4:00 p.m. Marriages Rev. E. S. Ottley will open the annual Christmas bazaar and ! cmiMmas seat receipts at tne home cooking sale of Christ end of the second week of the Church W.A. Wednesday from campaign, total $14 900 for Ed- j 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., in the parish! monton and northern Alberta, it ! hall. . i is reported by George Lord, chair-j Mrs ott, wffl recejve wRn m,3 1 th? Edm5on'" Kinsmen ; tne presidentt Mrs. A. Adams. 1 Club Christmas Seal Committee.! Mr, w MmrhmK. ( a.nroi MRS. KATHER1NE Walker of Edmonton announces the marriage of her daughter Patricia Alexndra Walker of Vancouver. B.C., to Acheson William Lucey of Vancouver. B.C.. son of Mrs. Lillian Lucey of Hope, B C. The wedding took place at St. Jumps Church. Vancouver, on October 25, 1949. The couple Is residing at 409 Holly Ixxlge. Vancouver. B C. Deaths BUI Raih and Family: Bill and Eva. Ueorgie Hilda and Eileen Burgess: Mrs. Jean Wakelord: Teacher and Pupils of Lake Centre School; Con-luring Community Club, Women'i Auxiliary. Besides her parents she leaves to mourn her loss her sister. Gwendoline at home; her paternal grandmother. Mrs. Alice GUI of Nottingham. England; and her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mr. A. Hitchcock of Calmnr. CARL BOUMBERGEH On November 23rd. aged 68 years, Carl Bouniberger of Flaibush. Alberta. He Is survives by hi wife; five suns Olto of Vancouver, B C: Fred of Hondo. Alta.: Irvin of Letnbrldse, Alia.: Edward of Edmonton, and Oscar of Hondo. Alta.; two daughters. Mrs. R. D. Davles of Edmonton. Alta ; and Mrs. Fred Schadeck of Peace River, Alia.; one brother. Pete Boumberirer three sihteis. The objective for Edmonton and northern Alberta is $65,000. Provincial total is $35,000 toward an objective of $155,000, according to C.f Robert Dickey,, general secretary! of the Alberta: Tuberculosis As-! sociation. This represents an in- convener. The booths, which will feature a variety of hand-made articles and home cooking, will be looked after by the following members: knitting, Mrs. F. W. Timleck. Mrs. T. McEven, and Mrs. T. 'Blaine; fancy work, Mrs. D. W. F. Richardson, Mrs. R. Slessor. and Mrs. ft. Williamson; aprons and kit- FREDERICK ARKELL On November 27th. aged 67 years. Frederick Arkell of 11606 96th Street. He Is survived by his wife: two i of Spruce Grove. Alta daughters Miss Jean Arkell or td- 1 Mrs. B. Enders of Edmonton; Mrs. K. monton and Mrs. N. E. McClary of j Trautman of Spruce Grove. Alta.; and Vancouver. B.C.; two sisters Miss I. Mrs. M. Schranm of Bruderheini, Alta. Arkell and Mrs. A. Nortrop both of Funeral services were held on Mon-Toronto. Out.: one granddaughter dav afternoon at Howard and Mc-Marearet. I Brides Chapel. Rev. F. S. Oswald of- Funeral services will be held on ' flciated. and the remain will be for- Tuesdav afternoon at 2 o'clock at I warded to Fiatbusb. for Interment. Howard and McBrides Chapel. Rev. Dr. W. T. Young will officiate, and the remains will be forwarded to Guelph, Ontario for interment. Howard and McBrlde, Funeral Service. A new traffic artery, designed to link 101 st. directly with the 105 st. bridge, to provide a main additional cross-valley highway before the High Lsvel bridge is closed for conversion, is planned for next summer. It will cost $100,000, exclusive of money necessary to purchase two properties on the hilltop at the south side of 100 ave immediately west of 101 st. Map shows the proposed route of the new artery, starting at 97 are. and 103 st, and running northeast into 101 st, immediately south of 100 ave, above the McDougall Hill bend. CONSTITUTION APPROVED NEW DELHI, (CP) The con stituent assembly Saturday passed India's new constitution, making the dominion a republic. The constitution will go into full effect Jan. 26. 1950. D P A P10 by the market gardeners In Double Slaying VANCOUVER, (CP) A province-wide search for Joseph Oulette, sought on a murder warrant, ended here Saturday night when two detectives arrested the 24-year-old mulatto at gunpoint. A warrant charging him with the murder of two elderly Chinese at Vernon, B.C., was issued Friday night. Oulette was em- Indian girl, Oulette was picked up when detectives Matt Rose ana Tom Stokes checked a skidroad hotel. The bodies of the two Chinese, Mah Sing and Lee On, were found. 1 nursaay in their cabin near i MRS. LYONA ANN CLAIR ON Nov. 26. Mrs. Lvona Ann Clair of 9103 84 Ave. formerly of Lecluc rHn Qtifloc "ftTrc flon.-rrrt CV.n.a OKSKed RWAV t the ftlTI! of 37 vearn crease of $1,250 over the same i M Q t M Anr.. anfi j fane leave to mourn her loss one Deriod In the 1948 campaign Mr Jf"1' MIS; nceison ana dauf;ht.r and 3 stms carmanetta, JiTt .rf. nrt Mrs- F- Hooper; home cooking, ; Douglas. Walter and Hugh all at LUCKey saia me association ana . Mrs H Qutteridge Mrs V Wood home, also her mother Mrs. Andrew the district committees are hope- j ,f T r.rin. f1cVl mH iJ- Halterman, North Vancouver, one ful that the increased objective V w7n,hu-Vh l. TJhZ'iSS' !?ln!!S!!L,I,,J- PS; WUl be reached, as It IS most lm- , Mrs R p Biakev and Mrs G I Halterman. North Battleford, Sask. portant that the association De j T able to expand its case-finding programs through the Christmas seal mobile X-ray units and through further grants to hospitals for tuberculin testing and X-raying of all patients admitted tributions are being delayed a few weeks because of the heavy volume of mail reaching committees, but will be sent as soon as possible for income tax purposes. The seal Her husband Michael Dillon Clair Dre-deceaseri her .Tulv 17 1Q4Q Mrs. J. F. Thompson and Mrs. The funeral will be held on Tuesday W. D. Neely will be in charge 0f !mornlI1R, c 85 a.m. from the resi- , , ., j .,,i i dence of H. A. Meraw in Wetask win tea arrangements and assisting in to the sacred Heart church in wet- serving will be Mrs. R. C. Gross, ! asfclwin where services will take place Mrs. A. Hart. Mrs. T. C. Rankine. ! w ..clocK- ev- J- K; MacDonaid Mrs. i will officiate and the interment will 3 C" , . ... g A IT T7 ! -. ...... i . Receipts for Christmas seal con-jn; Macintosh". Mrs. H. fS teVa'&v". Maddison. Mrs. H. Wilson, Mrs. G. ! "'nK " l"? 51 ne Meraw. several days. Sing was found on the floor, shot through the head. His partner's body, with gunshot wounds through the right lung, lay nearby. MAT the self-winding, fully automatic watch by V CYMA TAVANN ES Automatically wound by th movement of your wrist; with exceptional reserve power to keep watch running when not being worn; with patented feature preventing over-winding, CYMA-TAVANNES proudly offers in the CYMATIC a degree of excellence unusual even in Swiss watchmaking. Fully automatic, giving the mainspring an even tension to assure t time-keeping accuracy heretofore impossible, the CYMATIC is Non-Magnetic and equipped with patented shock-absorber lystem and sweep second hani The better jewellers in Canada are featuring the beautiful CYMATIC with 10 Karat Yellow Gold-Filled Case at $87.50; also available in 14 Karat Gold. Li J ' i 1 Vernon. Both men had been dead 1 saIe u sponsored in Edmonton ana nonnern Aioerta Dy tne ta-monton Kinsmen Club, Helntz-man Hall. Edmonton. Japanese Transfer Draws Union Fire VANCOUVER, (CP) A plan to bring "exiled" Japanese-Canadian fishermen back to the coast was protested Saturday by fishermen's union officials. A canneries spokesman said between 250 and 300 fishermen and their families, now living in interior B.C. and Alberta, have been asked to return. They were moved behind the mountains as a defence measure during the war. Financial aid is promised by tha canneries. "We are not opposed to ' the Japanese on racial grounds." a spokesman for the United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union (CJ.O.) said. "But we are opposed to any recruiting and financing of fishermen of any nationality in other provinces for the B.C. coast." He added that "industry conditions show there Is already more than sufficient fishing gear operating on this coast." Only Japanese-Canadians who fished the coast before the war have been approached about coming back. Canneries officials estimated that about 1,000 persons would be involved. Switzerland offers its best In TAVAN N ES Laight, Mrs. Dunstall, Mrs. A. Mc-Lachlin, Mrs. J. C. Biglow, and Miss Gladys Rowsell. Mrs. L. D. Moore will be treasurer. Connelly-McKinley Ltd. MR. JULIUS BREESE OS November 28, 1949, Mr. Julius Breese of R.R. 2 South Edmonton passed away at his home at the age of 95 years. He leaves to mourn hla loss tnree sons. Gottlieb, and Adam of Edmonton and William of Ardros-san: four daughters: Mrs. E. Seehairen of Vancouver. Mrs. R. Ceretzke of R R. 2 South Edmonton. Matilda In Washington and Emily in Vancouver. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 29 at 2:00 p.m. at Pptpr's T nthorn r-hurch fn uuniiioi Moravian t;nurcn. ln--eter S Lalinern cnurcn m terment will take place In the Bruder- feldt Moravian Cemetery. Halnstock and Son, Ltd., Directors or Funeral Service. Mr. Edwin Schultz Weds Calgary Girl St. Calgary Man Dies In 40-Foot Fall CALGARY. (CP) Leon Gillls, f28, of Calgary, suffered fatal In juries when he plunged three storeys off a fire escape shortly after midnight Saturday. He died in hospital early Sunday. Gillis and his wife, attending a party, had stepped out on the fire escape for a breath of fresh air. He apparently was intending to rest his hands on a low railing but missed the support and plunged 40 feet to the ground. 12 Feared Dead In Plane Crash BOGOTA, Colombia, (CP) A Colombian Airlines plane carrying 12 persons and a much-venerated statue was reported to have crashed Sunday night in central Colombia. The nine passengers and crew of three, all Colombians, were believed killed. Aboard the plane was a statue of the Virgin of Fatima, sent by the Portuguese government on an air tour of South America. Unexploded Shell Found On Amethyst PLYMOUTH, England, (Reuters) Workmen found an unexploded shell in the Royal Navy sioop Amethyst, a rpiic nf her escape from Communist guns Edmonton was the scene of a re cent wedding when Miss Aria Isabel Hodgins, daughter of -Mrs. H. Hodgins. of Calgary, became the bride of Mr. Edwin Schultz, son of Mrs. O. E. Peets, of Edmon ton. Rev. A the marriage ceremony The bride wore a blue suit complemented with an off-the-face felt hat of winter white. Her accessories were in black and her corsage was of Talisman roses. Mrs. Kenneth Tibbie, sister of the bridegroom, was her matron of honor wearing a pearl gray taffeta dress with black accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Mr. Kenneth Tibbie was best man. Later a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Allan where a buffet supper was served to the 30 guests. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Elder Schultz. Bashaw, were among the out-of-town guests. The couple spent their honeymoon In Bashaw and will make their home in Edmonton. DELVIN DALE SCHLENKER On Nov. 27, Delvin Dale Schlenker. 2-week -old son of Mr. and Mrs Jack Schlenker of Clover Bar. Alta.. passed away In Edmonton. Besides hi nr. J. Mueller performed ; " " !"r"d "J, one sister- Ve'- Funeral services will be held at Foster & McGarvev's funeral chapel on Tuesday at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. Carey Campbell will officiate. Interment will be made In the Edmonton cemetery. Foster & McGarvey Ltd., Funeral Di rectors. KARL PASTOR On November 28th, a(?ed 84 years, Karl Pastor passed away at the residence of hl daughter. Mrs. A. Kriebel of Alberta Beach. Alta. He Is survived by one daughter. Mrs. A. Kriebel of Alberta Beach: one brother, Joseph Pastor of London, England; one sister, Mrs. A. ttager of Vienna: also two Rrandsons, Otto Deutsch of Edmonton and Karl Deutsch of Alberta Beach. Funeral arrangement will be announced later. Howard and McBrlde, Funeral Service. OLAP WILTZEN ON Nov. 27. Olaf Wiltzen, of Rosa Creek, Alberta, passed away at the age of 94 years. He la survived by seven sons. Tonv of Deerlnt?. North Dakota. Martin, of Clover Bar, Norman, of Leduc. Frank, of Ross Creek. Joseph, of Tiger Lily. Alta., Oliver of South Edmonton, Arthur, of Red Deer six daughters, Mrs. L. Strand,' of Rosa Creek Mrs. Stewart Beach of Reno, Nevada, Mrs. Jack Sevenlch, of Butte Montana. Mrs. Gus Utas. of Edmonton, Miss Olive Wlltwn. of Ross Creek and Mrs. Arthur Hopps. of Meanook, Alberta, forty-one grandchildren. 26 great - grandchildren, and 5 ereat-great-grandchlldren. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday. Nov. 30, at 2 o'clock, from the Rosa Creek United Church. Rev J. E. Kirk will officiate and Interment will take place In the Edith Cavell Cemetery. Andrews-McLaughlin Funeral Chapel. Daily Calendar Allenby Chapter No. 38. O.E.S. In the Masonic Temple Monday at 8:00 p.m. Special meeting. Women's Federation of Jasper Place United Church In the church hall Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. Overseas Wives' Club Social evening In the Y.W.C.A. South hall Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. $1,000,000 Blaze Hits Ontario Town BROCK VILLE, Ont.. (CP) Damage was estimated at more than- $1,000,000 Sunday in a fire that raged through a downtown business block, destroying four stores and damaging six others. About 100 persons living in apartments over the stores were evacuated. There were no reports of Injuries. The fire started Just before midnight Saturday in Smart's hardware store near the west end of the Main st. block, and was brought under control three hours later by firemen from six different fire departments. Firemen still poured water on the smouldering structures Sunday afternoon. The Brockville fire department was aided by men from the Royal Canadian Regiment at the Brockville military camp, from Pres-cott. Smiths Falls and Athens fire departments, and from Ogdensburg, N.Y., across the St. Lawrence River. Paints, oils and linoleum stocks fed the flames which shot about six storeys high. Two plumbing MRS. HAZEL ELIZABETH CAMPBELL ON November 26th, Mrs. Hazel Elizabeth Campbell, beloved wife of William Roderick Campbell, of 973i 92nd Street passed away. Besides her loving nuaDand. she is survived by four sons. Angus Murray, William Roderick, Stanley Boyd, Bliss Case, three daughters. Mrs. A. E. Bradley; Mrs. R. W. Shaw; Mrs. A. Juchll; seven grandchildren, her Father Isaac C. Murray, all of Edmonton. Two sisters. Mrs. J. McKay. Edmonton; and Mrs. H. C. Burgess, Prince Albert, Bask.; Three brothers, George Henry Murray, Yokahama. Japan Arthur R. and Bliss C. of Flin Flon', Manitoba. Funeral services will be held at Foster and McOarvey's Funeral Chapel on Wednesday Nov. 30th it 1:30 o'clock. Capt. Edgar Halsey will officiate and Interment will be made in the Beechmount Cemetery. Foster and McGarvey Ltd., Funeral Directors. Howard and McBrme, Funeral Service. MR. THOMAS MACPHERSON SMITH FUNERAL services for the late Mr. Thomas MacPherson Smith of Vancouver, formerly of Edmonton, who pas.sed away at Vancouver on November 19th. 1949 were held on Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock lrom Knox United Church. Rev. Gerald Roger olflclated and Interment took place in the family plot in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery. The pallbearers were: Messrs. R. McKenzie, J. T. Smith. H. Whltbv, J. Rust, William McGie and W. Malloy. Beautiful floral tributes were received from: Aunt Agnes and Cousin Jeanie; Jack. Rose and Family; Ann, Dave and Elinor Morrison, Vancouver; Jessie Morrison, Ottawa. Ontario; Auntie Bella, Davie. Ian and Jennv; Joan. Murd and Famllv; Winnie, Jo of New Norway and Mrs. White; Bill, Jessie and Gary Mytruk. Vancouver; r-uwaro. ana Alice; cousins Gibson, Kate and Douglaa; Harold. Jessie and Family: Jack. Dolly and Family; Mrs. Johnson, Jimmie and Bob; Bobble, Danny, Lillian and Bert: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gothard and Family, Vancouver: Marle and Bill; Peters, Vancouver; Ethel and Bert Norrts, Vancouver: Mr. and Mn. T. F. Peters, Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moffatt, Prince-George, B.C.: Mr. White. Isa and June, Vancouver; L. Livingston, Vancouver; Mrs. E. Curtis and Family, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis, Vancouver: Mr. and Mrs. Sterling. Vancouver: Mr. and Mn .T Potts and Family; Mr. and Mra. R. Price; Mr. and Mra. A. Mercler; Don, Joey and Joyce; Tessle and Harold Weeks; Ralph and Meg of Wetaaklwln; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Taylor and Famllv; Mr. and Mrs. James Douplaa; Mr. and Mrt. R. Ilnglls. Iris and Fay: Mr. and Mra. R. Campbell; Mrs. Louisa Rattray; Mildred and Louis; Mr. and Mrs. C. Wlegand and Family; Mr. Neale and Mrs. Mlllhouse; Nellie. Dick and Dan Dlnwoodle: Mr. and Mra. James Rust and Family; Mr. and Mrs. Gosling: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Milllgan; Herb and Connie Whltbv; Scona Lode A.F. and A.M.: Scottish Literary Society; Alberta Chapter No. 4fl. Telephone Pioneers of America: Officers and Members of No. 7 Macabees. He leaves to mourn his loss, two brothers, John of Vancouver and Duncan of Greenock, Scotland, two sisters. Mrs. George Gothard of Vancouver and Mrs. William Peters of Fort George, B.C. MRS. ELIZA JANE HAWES Funeral services lor the late Mn. Eliza Jane Kawea of 9607 79th. Avenue, who passed away on November 23rd, at the age of 68 years, were held on Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from Hainstock'a Funeral Chapel. Rev. A. B. Argue officiated and Interment took place In th Mount Pleasant Cemetery. The pallbearers were Messrs. J, Wharton. F. Grlmwoldby, W. Grim, woldby, G. Pettmger, W. Higglns, W. Cranston. Beautiful floral tributes were received from: The Family; Brother Walter and Family, herb, Orva, Frank and Lll, Wallace. Evelyn and James: Dora and Dorothy; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wharton; Esther. Eileen and The Boys; Elizabeth and Family; Eric and Mary: Mr. and Mrs. Waller Higglns: Bunny and Irene Dame; Lela and Charlie Scott; Beatrice and Tom MacLeod of Calgary; Mr. and airs, uame, t-eorge and Louise Dame, Aurora and Robert Walker: Mr. and Mrs. Hans Euler; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bateman; Jack. Gwen and David: Charlotte and Jean McLeod; 8taff Bateman's Food Market; Bateman and Staff No. 2: Arndt's Food Market, Frank's Meat Market: Men Emnlov- ees Mlserlcordla Hospital, Strathcona Hotel. She leaves to mourn her loss, two sons. James E. and Peter both of Edmonton and one daughter, Lucy Margaret also of Edmonton; flv brothers, James Grlmwoldby of Edmonton. Walter Grlmwoldby of Cooking Lake, Andrew Grlmwoldby of Toronto, John Grlmwoldby of Tees-water, Ontario and Robert Grlmwoldby of Seaforth. Ontario: two sisters. Mrs. Roy Barnett of Toronto and Mrs. Henry Howes of London. Ontario. Six Grandchildren also iur-vive. Cards Of Thanks MINISTER TO SPEAK A general meeting in the West-mount Community hall has been called for Monday at 8:00 p.m., when members of the Mountglen Home and School Association will hear Rev H. A. Cantelon, dean of religious education at Alberta College, speak on "Community Standards." The talk will be followed by a discussion period. CARD PARTY PLANNED Members of the Ladies' Royal firms located in the centre of the I Lawn Bowling Club will hold a block suffered heavy water dam- along the Yangtze River In China. agei it was leamea baturaay. it was ; A lm ge crowd that gathered ran found in the rsdar room and j for shelter when ammunition in may be preserved as a souvenir j the hardware store started ex-of the ship's exploits. 'plodlns. card party in the I.O.O.F. hall. 103 St., Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Bridge and whist will be played and refreshments will be served. All members and their friends arc Invited, We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acta of kindness, messages of sympathv and beautiful floral tributes received from our friends during our recent bereavement In the loss of our beloved brother. John Smith. Duncan Smith. Mrs. George Gothard, Mrs. William Peters. In Memonam IN memory of a loving husband and father. Jark Cameron, who passed away December 1st, 1947. More and more each day we miss him; Friends may think the wound is healed: But they little know the sorrow Lying within our heart concealed. Ever remebered and sadly missed by nil loving wife and son Billy. I'd assist readers In preparing la Memorlam notices, the Journal has prepared a tKmklet oi appropriate wordlnns Call Wrtte or Phone for your ropy FLORISTS IT) BOUQUET FLOWERSHOP loin H)2 st Ph ioad MONUMENTS (3) Th Alberts Granite. MarblFVind " Stone lk Ltd 10702 101 Street The omv firm .n Alberta with Machine and Tradesmen to turn out quality Granite Memorials When you buy from us you buv from th Manufacturer When you miv li.,rn th-rs you ,, rr nigh rrel,.ht rale in Monument from (Castern f.Mt.HlM c.liis an Enstcrn Manilla, tnrera profit plus an Albert. r taller' prullt. K"

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