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'f r vrwmrvm 34 THE EDMONTON JOURNAL, Monday, January 6, 1969 fiiiuitiiiiiiiuiniuiiiiiiiitttiiiint ifiiiiiuiiiiti!iiitiiiiiinjtiuiiiiitutiiitiitiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii;tiiiuijtiiiiiiiuiiiitt:iiuifii .tititi'iiiiiu; iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii'i- Announcements Births Deaths Deaths Deaths I- X VI rri H f ) ; " ' and Stan Rodicay Mayor's car fails to new city vehicle test . Edmonton's vehicle testing centre opened today with little fanfare and many rejections. The first car to be officially put through was Mayor Ivor Dent's 1964 Lincoln. It was rejected but only because of incorrect headlight aim. It was the same defect that rejected the car of Chief Commissioner Dr. Peter Bargen. that of a Journal reporter, and several other civic officials who attended the opening of the centre, at 11631 80th St. Stan Rodway, the centre's director, said he expected many rejections due to headlight beam defeats. The centre expects half the city's 180.000 vehicles to fail the first check. Owners of rejected cars, including the mayor, have two weeks to come back with the fixed vehicle, and will have to pay an extra $1 for the second inspection. The first check costs $2 and if all 84 points to be in-S p e c t e d are satisfactory, a safety sticker valid for one year is given. The centre will now be open from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and about 1,000 cars a day can be tested. Foster parents honored About 300 Edmonton foster parents of five years' standing or longer are to be honored in a ceremony January 20. Hon. Ray Speaker, minister of public welfare, will attend the ceremony at which the foster parents will be presented with certificates of service quality X CARS this symbol means a lot to us... but it means a lot more to you! 1967 CHRYSLER NEWPORT, CONVERTIBLE Polar White. Red vinyl interior, White . convertible top. V8 engine, automatic transmission, radio, power steering, power brakes, power windows $3395 1967 DODGE MONACO, 4 DR. H.T. Dark Green Metallic. Black vinvl top. matching Green interior. V8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes. tfl "Tft C radio 2795 1965 DODGE 8S0, CONVERTIBLE Gleamihe Black. Red vinyl Interior. V8 engine, automa'.ic transmission, radio, power steering, power brakes $1995 1968 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY, 2 SEAT STATION WAGON Platinum Metallic, all vinyl interior. V8 eneine. automatic transmission, power steering. power Drakes, radio $4495 On Fourth Avenue (at 120th St.) MAYOR'S CAR FAILS TEST (right), centre director, tells Mayor Ivor Dent that need adjusting Cars built before 1960 must have their sticker by March 31; if built between 1960 and 1963, the deadline is June 30; cars built in 1964 and 1965 must have a sticker by Sept. 30; and all vehicles must have a sticker by Dec. 31. WILL TELL POLICE City police Inspector George Mitchell, a guest at the official opening, said the centre will notify police if any car owner whose car was rejected at the first inspection, fails to return within 14 days. But before the police force starts looking for the offending motorist, he will be advised by the centre and will have about a week's grace to come back. Should a vehicle be driven without a sticker although the deadline for inspection has passed, again the police will come into the picture. Motorists will be charged under the Highway Traffic Act and face a substantial fine. Highways Minister Gordon Taylor left his car home and went through the inspection in Mayor Dent's car. Mr. Taylor said: "Vehicle testing will never win any popularity contest." But he added for over five, 10 or 15 years. The certificates acknowledge each couple's contribution to the social well-being of the community. The ceremony will be held at 8 p.m. in the Marshal Tory Building at the U of A. Members of the public are welcome to attend. 1968 DODGE DART 270. 2 DR. H.T. Springtime Yellow. Black ' interior, high performance engine, automatic transmission, radio, deluxe wheel JITOI covers . JL I M 3 1967" CHEVROLET JMPALA, 2 DR. H.T. Bright Red. Black interior. 327 V8 engine, automatic trans mission, power steering. power brakes $2695 1967 OLDSMOBILE DELMONT 88, 2 DR. H.T. Dark Green Metallic, matching interior, 425 V8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power $2995 brakes, radio 1966 PONTIAC STRATO CHIEF, 4 DR. SEDAN Maroon Metallic, matching interior. V8 engine, automatic transmission, (t jr m m radio Moy pass that since an estimated 32 lives were lost in Alberta last year due to defective vehicles, it is the responsibility of every Canadian and every government "to give people an opportunity to live a longer life." Ex-mayor honored Former Edmonton mayor Vince M. Dantzer became occupant of the Stall of Honor at All Saints Anglican Cathedral Sunday. Mr. Dantzer was installed during the 11 a.m. service Sunday. The service was built around the theme, The City and Its People, and celebrated in prose, poetry and music the challenge and hope of urban life. The major part of the service consisted of readings of prose, poetry and Biblical passages, dealing with city life. The readings were arranged by Jack McCreath, supervisor Df drama with the cultural development branch, Department of the Provincial Secretary. The readings were given by John Madill, drama supervisor with the city recreation department; Helen Madill; Geoffrey Pratt, a lawyer; Richard Savili, a broker; and Mr. McCreath. Rev. David Crawley, associate priest of the Cathedral, acted as commentator. The readings were grouped under three headings: the city in the purposes of God, the city marred by sin, and the city redeemed by love. (ontred 1966 VALIANT V200, 4 DR SEDAN Powder Blue Metallic, matching Blue interior, slant six cylinder jngine. automatic transmission, tl ? ft C radio 1 DVD 1968 DODGE MONACO, CONVERTIBLE Light Green Metallic. Green convertible top. Green vinyl interior, V8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering. power brakes, radio $3495 1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA, 2 DR. H.T. Dark Blue Metallic, matching interior. V8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, srbrakes:.-$2095 1966 DODGE MONACO, 2 DR. H.T. Powder Blue. Black vlnvl top. all vinyl bucket seats. 383 V8 :nglne, automatic transmission, oower steering, power brakes, radio $2295 liis car's headlights glllllllillllilllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I scene I Thieves stole $354 from a cash box at St. Alphonsns' Church at 11828 85th St. Sunday. t Rev. John Santopinto said the cash box was rifled in his office while he was at mass. At the Central Pentecostal Tabernacle at 11605 107th Ave., burglars caused $250 worth of damage. They smashed a window and used a crowbar to open office doors and drawers. It is not known if anything was stolen. Lie's funeral attended by top envoys OSLO (ReuTers) The funeral of former United Nations secretary-general Trygve Lie, attended by King Olav, took place in the Oslo Trinity Church here today. Lie, 72, died from a heart attack last Monday. Premier Per Borten praised Lie as the builder of Norwegian foreign policy and as the first secretary-general of the UN the highest international post ever held by any Norwegian. Ralph Bunche, UN deputy secretary-general, represented U Thant, the secretary-general, at the simple ceremony. Canada was represented by-Ambassador George K. Grande and the United States by Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey. 1967 PLYMOUTH Fl'RY I, STATION WAGON Brilliant Red, all vinyl interior. V8 enntne, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio, air til ff P conditioning 7j 1967 CUSTOM, 4 Arctic White. Red Interior, V8 engine, auto matic transmission, radio 1968 RAMBLER ROGUE, 2 DR. H.T. Light Turquoise. White V8 engine, automatic transmission, radio 1967 CHEVROLET BISCYANE, 4 DR. SEDAN tfedium Turquoise. Turquoise Interior. cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio ELLIOTT Bill and Valerie (nee Berg) wish to announce the arrival of Donald Ian, born December 30. 1968, weight, three pounds, five ounces. Thanks to Doctors and staff at the Royal Alexandra Hospital. ROSS To Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ross (nee Hembroff) a daughter. Tracy Jocelyn, eight pounds, four ounces, on January 1, Iw. Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, B.C. SWANSON Bill and Arlene are proud to announce the birth of their daughter. Heather Lynn, born January 1, 1969 at the University Hospital. Weight five pounds fifteen ounces. THOROWSKY Marshall and Carroll (nee Wrav) wish to announce the arrival of their first child, a daughter, Karia Dee. Eight pounds 'r-'ee ounces, on January 3, 1969 at the Misericordia Hospital. A SOUVENIR Boby Book is given free to eoch family announcing a new arrival in the Births column. Announcements 10c per word, minimum charge $2.00. Engagements RUSSELL-WATTS Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Russell of Leduc. are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Esther Ann, to Mr. Donald Kenneth Watts, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Watts of Yeovil, Somerset, England. Wedding to take place February 1, Strathcona Baptist Church, Edmonton. BRIDAL PICTURES The Journal wilt publish, w.thouf charqe, pictures of brides, providing they are one column wide, heed and shoulders, black and white glossies of the bride, accompanied by the couples' names, parents names and places of residence, date and church of wedding, location of honeymoon, and where the couple will live. The pictures and details must be in the Family Section within thrrt publishing days of the wedding. Deaths BEZENAR On January 4, Mr. William Bezenar of Carvel, Alberta, passed away aged 6-t yea's 8 months. Survived by his loving wife, Mary c-f Carvel; one son and four daughters, William of St. Paul. Mrs. (Katherine) Wilf-ed Sawyer of Edmonton, R.R. 5. Mrs. (Florerx-e) Murray Monefte of Vancouver, B.C., M-s. (Rosalie) Charies Gendron of Edmontc. Mrs. (Eifen) Geoff Goodwin of St. Albert; 18 grandchildren; one brother and two sisters, Dmytro and Sanchera in Rumania, Mrs. Rose Peiichowski In Edmonton. Prayers, Tuesday, January 7 at 4:30 p.m. at the Park Memorial Chapel (Corner 111 Avenue and 97 Street). Funeral services, Wednesday, January 8, at 3:CO p.m. at the Park Memorial Chapel. Very Reverend J Margitich officiating with Interment in the Beechmount Cemetery. Park Memorial Ltd., Funeral Administrators & Directors. (The Chapel on tf.f Boulevard). BOOTH On December 29. 19o3, Mr. George Booth o 2975 West 7 Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., formerly of Eomon-ton, passed away aged 91 years. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. J. (Winnie) Norman, Mrs H. (E w) O'Donneli, Mrs. P. (Meg) Piper, three grandchildren, t w o great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews in the Ed-montor area. Funeral services were held January 2, 1969, in Vancouver, Simmcnds and McBride, Fureral Directors. City man crushed by truck A man burning dead dogs in the city incinerator was crushed against the incinerator wall i when a garbage truck rolled into his truck, Saturday. William Edward Kennedy, 36, of 10921 93rd St., a special constable with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, suffered internal injuries and a possible broken back and facial cuts when he was pinned by the rear of his own truck to the incinerator wall. Police said the emergency brake o.: the garbage truck apparently failed and pushed Mr. Kennedy's truck backwards into the wall. i2i I FORD DR.; SEDAN $2195 top, matching interior, $2795 PH. 488-4881 f 510Q5 BRADLEY Percy, suddenly ! Toronto, January 3, IW, Mr. Wii!'n Percy, loving father of Mrs. Anr Bradley, of 13808 135 Avenue, grandfather of Ronald Wayne. Burial at Toronto, Wednesday, Jav uary I. CARDALL On January 4, Mrs. Mary Cardall of 1111 - 66 Street, wtdow of William Aftert Cardall, passed away. She leaves to mourn her loss, two sons, Wilfred and Robert tofti of Edmonton; two daughters, Mrs. J. (Marjorie) Has well of Edmonton, and Mrs. J. (Phyllis) Brown of Caigery; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. FwwM services will be h-ld on Thursday, at 1:00 p.m. at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel. Reverend Brian L. B"Own of St. Mary's Anclican Church will officiate and interment will take place in the W,Hawn Memorial Park. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors. CHORLEY On January 5. Mr. Pe-cy Walter (Billie) Chorley of 11X6 - 67th Street, passed away, aged 95 years. Mr. Chorley was predeceased by his wife, Elsie Lavina on December 25, 1948. He leaves to mourn his loss, one son, Gordon of Edmonton; four grandcnildren. Funeral services will be hefd on Thursday at 10:CO a.m. from St. Mary's Anglican Church (68th Street and H2tt! Avenue1 with The Reverend Brian L. Brown officiating. Interment will be in the family plot in me Everpreen Memorial Gardens. In Heu of other tributes, memorials are gratefully accepted to either the Canadian Cancer Society or any other charitable organization of your choice. Howcrd and McBride, Funeral Services. Phone 4M-1141. CORBETT On January 3rd, Sadie Edna Corbet! of R.R. 6, North Edmonton, aqe 70 years, passed away. She leaves her loving husband, Ernest (Dolch); one son, Robert of Edmonton; one daughter, Mrs. Clifford (Norma) Malcolm of Calgary; and six grandchildren. Funeral services on Tuesday, January 7th at 1:00 p.m. from Howard and McBrlde's Chapel, Reverend E.G. Miller officiating with interment in the Evergreen Memorial Gardens. May ihe forever rest in peace. Howard and McBride Funeral Services. Phone 422-1 Ml. CROSS On January 4, 1969, Mrs. Marion Cross of 8723 - 68A Stree, widow of Samuel Cross, passed away. She leaves tc mourn l.er loss, two sons, Robert L. Cross and Samuel R. Cross both of Edmonton; three daughters, Mrs. N. S. :Alberta) Kennedy of St. Albert, Mrs. D. (Helen) Naidrett of Edmonton, and Mrs. May Cbisholm of Glascow, Scotland; and nineteen grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, at 3:30 p.m. at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel. Reverend W. K. Batty will officiate and intrment will take place in the Beechmount Cemetery Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors. DARY On January Trd, Kenneth Lawrence Dary of 121 11 45th Street, passed away suddenly, agei 17 years. He lea'.es to niourn his loss, his father, Mr. David Dary; hi, mother, Mrs. Velta Hall; two brothers, Charles and Brian; three sisters, Marlene, Deloras t.id Patricia; all of Edmonton Funeral services v-ill be held on Wednesday, at 1:00 p.m. from the Bevriy Uriled Church (11818 - 42 Street) with Reverend Norman McDonald officiating. Interment will be In the Everqreen Memorial Gardens. Memorials are gratefully accepted to the Beverly United Church Memorial Fund. Howard & McBride Funeral Serv':es. Phone 422-1141. U FERRIER On January J, 1 7Q7 t. I VI r-TJI I 11 of Apt. 209 - 11005 Jasper Avenue passed away in wspital at 57 yevs. Survived by his tov'nu wife. Kathleen; and one sister, Grace Mrs. K. Gott) of Edmonton. Funeral services on Wednesday, January t, at 1:30 o'clock from Andrews-McLaughlin Chapel, Jasper Avenue at 112 Street with Canon A.W. Wilcox officiating. Interment at Field of Honor, Beechmoont. If friend so desire, memria!s may be made to Alberta Heart Foundation. Andrews-McLaughlin Funeral Chapel (1964) Ltd. Pfione 482-154) (Ample parking for 50 cars provided). GARDNER On January 4, Mr. Ru'.jell William Gardner, of Grande Prairie, passed away aged 36 years. Funeral arrangements latrr. Chapel of Chimes, Roy and Owen, Funerai Directors. GUI.EVICH On January 5, Mr. Stsnley Gulevich nf Mundare passed av aged 57 years ? months. Survived by his loving wife, Carrie of Mundare: m sons and four daughters. Alvin and James of Pnnce Gec-qe. B.C.. Mrs. (Lowis) Mi lour Hartweil and Mrs. (Diane) Edward Halicky of Edmonton, M'Ss June and Miss Janice of Mundare; two grandchildren; three brothers and two sisters, Bill of Jesprr, Alberta, Mike of Mundare, Joe of Edmonton, Mrs. (A.inie) Peter Melnyk of Chipman, Mrs. 'Nadie) Walter Krezanoski of Edmonton. Prayers will be held Tuesday, January 7, at 9:15 p.m. at the Park Memorial Chaoel (Corner 111 Avenue and 97 Street: with Reverend B. Wyn-nyk, O S B M., officiating. Prayers will be held on Wednesday, Januery 8, at 8:00 p.m. at St. Peter's and Paul Church (Mundare). Requiem Mass will be celebrated Thursday, January 9, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Peter's and Paul Church (Mundare). Reverend V. Pid-skalny, O.S.B.M., will be the celebrant with interment in the Spas (Moskal-uk) Church Cemetery (5 miles east and 2 miles north of Mundare). Park Memorial Ltd., Funeral Administrators & Directors (The Chapel on me Boulevard). HENSHELL On January 4, 1969. Mr. Gottlieb Henshell of R R.l South Edmonton passed away aged 74 years.Survived by one s Harold at home; two daughters, Mrs. W. Lillian Geertsma of Edmonton, Mrs. R. Beatrice Hymanyk of Bremner; three sis'ers, Mrs. Susan Soch and Mrs. Katherine Kartz, both of Edmonton, Mrs. Elsie Hendke of Leduc; and one grandson. Funeral service Wednesday, January 8, at 1:30 p m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Ellerslie with Reverend E. Rosenquist officiating. Interment In Rose Dale Cemetery. South Side Memorial Chapel, Patter-sen and Mittelstadt Funeral Directors 83 and 104 Street. KLATT On January 3rd, Mrs. Martba Klatt of 12012 - 76 Street, Edmonton, passed away, 69 years. Survived by her loving daughter, and son-in-law, Mrs. (Meiitta) Frank Til-lotson of 16410 99 Avenue, and four grandchiiaren. She was predeceased by her husband. Otto, February 11, 1968. Funeral Wednesday, January 8th. at 1:30 p.m. at Psrk Memorial Chapel (Corner 97 Street, 111 Avenue). Pastor G. Schoepp officiating with interment in Everoretn Memorial Gardens. If desired, donation to charity of your choice will be greatly appreciated. Park Memorial Ltd., Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). EASY MONEY! Sell no - longer - needed household items through JOURNAL CLASSIFIED. Phone 429-3421. Tf)c Utrmonf on 3ourTiai Daily by carrier 50 cents per week. Daily by mail to points outside Edmontorj in Alberta, Peace River B'ock, Northwest Territories and Yukon $15 oer year; other provinces in Canada and to the U.K. S20 per year; U.S. S40 per year; other countries S70 per year. Daily average net paid circufa-lion of The Edmonton Journal for the month of November, "i 968 . v.es in excess of 150,000 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations LYLICK On January 4. 1969, Mr. Alex Lylick, of 11312 - 136 Avenue, passed away aged 55 years. He leaves to mourn his loss, his loving wife, Mary; six sons, Harvey, Peter, Edwards-Wayne, David, and A Han, all of Edmonton; one daughter, Mrs. Ray Allison (Sally), Edmonton; two sisters; seven brothers; and three granoV cftildren. The funeral service wili be held in the Pentecostal Temp.e, 10521 - 97 Street, on Wednesday, January t, at 1:00 p.m., with Reverend W. Melny-chuk officiating, and interment in Westlawn viemorial Park. Chapel of Chimes, Roy and Owen, Funeral Directors. MAKSYMEC On January 3, Mr. Theodore Maksymec, of Eik Point, passed away, age 76 years. Survived by his loving wife, Anna; five sons, Bill. Steve and John, of Elk Point; Mike of Derwent; Roy of Leduc; tnree daughters, Helen (Fred) Borut-ski of Edmonton, Mrs. Mary (Nick) Olinvk of Two Hills, Mrs. Lillian (Mike) Pelinka of Elk Point; fourteen grandchildren; one brother; two sisters. Prayers on Sunday, January 5, 7.30 p.m. at me Park Dale Funeral Chapel. Funeral services on Monday, January 6, at 10 a.m. at the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Elk Point. Reverend O. Sorochuk will officiate. Interment in the church cemetery. Park Dale Funeral Home Ltd., St. Paul. MATTHEWS On January 5, 1969, Mrs. Ada Martha Matthews of Tel-fordville. Alberta, passed away aged 84 years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. R. G. (Betty) Davies of Leduc; one grandson; and one brother, James R. Briggs of London, Enqland. Funeral arranqements will be announced later. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors. MEDWED On January 3, Mrs. Donna Medwed of 10614 - 152 Street, passed away aged 88 years. Survived by her loving husband, William of Edmonton; four sons and three daughters, Jofm of Edmonton, Ted of Bruderheim, Steve of St. Paul, Bill of Drayton Valley, Mrs. (Annie) Metro Moiofey and Mrs. (Marie) Chris R. Jenson of Edmonton, Mrs. (Stella) AHan Harmer of Calgary; 17 grandchildren; three great-gr a ndc hi tor e n. Prayers, Monday, January 6, at 4:30 p.m. at the Park Memorial Chapel (Corner 111 Avenue and 97 Street). Funeral services Tuesday, January 7, at 3:00 p.m. at the Park Memorial Chapel. Very Reverend J. Margitich officiating with Interment in the Beechmc-nt Cemetery. Park Memorial Ltd., Funeral Administrators & Directors (The Chapel sr. the Boulevard). MILNE On January 6, Mrs. Louise Milne of 15401 - 95 Avenca, passed away aged 78 years. Funeral arrangements later. Chapel of Chimes, Roy and Owen, Funeral Directors. MOLYNEUX Mrs. Catherine Mc'y-neux, widow of the late W lliam Molyneux vno predeceased her on December 14. 1559, passed away in the Norwood Auxiliary Hospital on Friday, January 3rd. She leaves her loving family, a daughter, Mrs. Jack Jones (Han-i.jfi); two sons, Albert Tnomas (Alf) aid 'Villiam, :ll of Ednronton; six grandcnildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Family graves.de service at the Evergreen Memo a I Cemetery at 2 15 p.m. on Tuesoay, January 7th. A Memorial Seivke will be held at the Foster McGarve Funeral Chapel at 3.30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 7th, Reverend Dr. E. J. Thompson of Metropolitan United Church officiating. The family requests that in lieu of other tributes, donations be made to tne Canadian Cancer Society Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors. MURDOCK On January 2, 1969, Mr. S'eele C. Murdock, of Vancouver. B C, passed away. He leaves to mourn nis toss his wife, Hazel; one dauqhter. Parti Lynn of Vancouver; three sisters, Mrs. Maggie Hamilton of Fort McLeod, Mrs. Sarah Waters of Edmonton, and Mrs. Jean Rowland of Tofield. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, at 10:30 a.m. at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel Reverend W. K. R. Batty will officiate and Interment will take place in t..e Edmonton Cei.ietery. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors. MacLACHLAN On January 4th. Mrs. Retha MacLechlan of 737 Pi'-ricia Stree4. Jasper, Alberta, passed away. She was the widow of Mr. Leslie MacLachlan. She leaves to mourn her loss, one son, James of Jasper, Alberta; two daughters, Mrs. C. (Sandra) Birks of Jasper, Alberta, Mrs. R. (Geraldine) Zaharka of Caloary; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. f. M Wansmal-er of White Rock, B.C.; one brother, John Wana-maker of Montreal, Quebec; one sister, Mrs. D. (Isabel) Clark of Jasper; four grandchildren. Funeral services wlH be held on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. from St. Mary's and St. George's United Church at Jasper with Reverend R.C. Steers officiating. Interment will be in the Jasper Cemetery. Other tributes are gratefully declined, memorials may be made to either the Canadian Cancer Society or the Seton Hospital Heart Fund, Jasper. Howard and McBride Funeral Services. Phone 422-1141 NADEAU On January 4, Miss Beatrice Nadeau 12112 - 81 Street passed away. She leaves two brothers and three sisters, Albert, Chicago, Joseph. Cotton, California, Mrs. Roger Carriere and Miss Bertha Nadeau, Edmonton, Mrs. H. (Marguerite) Heine, Port Alberni, B.C. Prayers wttf be held Tuesday, 8 p m. at St. Alphonsus Church where funeral services will take place Wednesday, af 10 a.m. interment St. Joachim's Cemetery. Connelly - Mc-Kinley Limited. Phone 422-2222. SELESKY On January 5, Mr. Jacob John Se'esky of Thorhild passed away agd 69 years. Survived by his loving wife. Mar- of Thorhild; four sons and two daugbte-s; John and Wa'ter of Edmonton, Mike and Wes of Thorhild Mrs. (Helen) Leo Schreyer of Rad-way, Mrs. (Marian) Lawrence Ferbcy of Thorhild; 13 grandchildren. Prayers, Tuesday, January 7, at 8C0 p.m. at the Park Memorial Chapel (Corner 111 Avenue and 97 Street). Funral services, Wednesday, January 8. a 11:00 a.m. at St. John's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral (1C951 107 Street). Very Reverend A. Chom-iak officiating with interment In the Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Cancer Society will be greatly appreciated. Park Memorial Ltd., Funeral Administrators & Directors. (The Chapel on the Boulevard). STEINHAUER On January 4, 1969, James Arthur Steinhauer aged 86 years of Saddle Lake, grandson of the Reverend Henry Bird Steinhauer, pasred away. Survived by his loving wife Marie, two sons Ralph of Saddle Lake, Herb of Edmonton, four daughters, Mrs. Winnie Huppie of Lac La Biche, Mrs. Hone Trommels of Chicago, Mrs. Kay Whittord of Rocky Mountain House, Mrs. Mae Bouvette of Raven, 26 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren. Funeraf service Tuesday, January 7, at 1 p.m., af Saddle Lake. Park Dale Funeral Home, St. Paul. STORHEIM On January 4. Knut Reinrtard Hanson Storheim late of 93C5 81 Avenue. Surviving are his wife, Nancy; two sons and two daughters, Kenneth, Gordon, Dianne, and Linda, all at home. Funeral arrangements will be an. nounced later. Hainstock and Son Limited. STROMBERG On January 3, 1969, Mr. Harold Inqimar Stromberg of 8011 - 75 Street, passed away. He leaves to mourn his loss, his tovinq wife, Edith; three sons, Leonard of Edmonton, Philip of Saskatoon and Donald of Edmonton; two dauqhters, Mrs. Emil (Beverley) Chevrier of Hanmer, Ontario, and Mrs. Douglass (Lillian) Rush of Edmonton; nineteen grandchildren; one brother. Nets of Copper Cliff, Ontario; and one sister, Mrs. Ada Laqeren of London, Ontario. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, at 1:00 p.m. at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel. Reverend Ian MacMillan will officiate and interment will take place in the Beechmount Cemetery. In lieu of other tributes, donations may be made to Mrs. Edith Stromberg. He will be sorely missed by his family, his many friends and his colleagues. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors. SUTHERLAND On January 3rd, Colin Alexander Sutherland, 9734 -86 Avenue, passed away aged 41 years. He leaves his wife. Frances; father, John Sutherland, Edmonton; three brothers, Lawrence, Edmonton, George, Frazer Lake, B.C., Jack, Salmo, B.C.; one sister. Reverent Sister Agnes, Fort McMurray. Prayers, Monday, 8 p m. at Sacred Heart Church where funeral services will be held on Tuesday, at 10 a.m. interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Connelly - McKinley Limited. Phone 422-2222. WHITE On January 5, 1969, Mr. Stenton Albert White, formerly of 12911 115 Street, passed away, at the age of 87 years: He leaves to mourn his loss two daughters, Mrs. J. (Eva) Millar, and Mrs. W. E. (Doris) Jackson, both of Edmonton; one son, Albert E. White of Edmonton; eight grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren; one sister In England. Mr. While was predeceased by his wife, Rebecca E. White, In 1948. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors. In Memoriam BUTLER In loving memory of Louli who passed away, January 6. 1966. While you, dear parent, rest and sleep. Your loving memory we'll always keep. Ever remembered by Louise, Roy and family. LAZAR (Maslak) In loving memory of our dear mother, Eva, who passed away January 6, 1967. What would we give her hand to ;iaso. Her patient face to see; To hear her voice, io tee her smile, As in the days that used to be. But some sweet day we'll meet aqain. Beyond the toil and strife; And clasp each other's hand one more, tn heaven that happy life. Ever remembered by Lloyd, Nellie and grandson Joe. LAZAR (Maslak) In treasured memory of our dear Granny, Eva, who passed away January 6, 1967. Those whom we love go out of sight, But never out of mind; They are cherished in the hearts. Of those they leave behind. Ever remembered by Pat, Ernie, Kim, and Robin. LAZAR (Maslak) In loving memory of our dear grandmother, Eva, who passed away January 6, 1967. Sweet memories will linger forever. Time cannot change them, it's true; Years that may come cannot sever. Our loving remembrance of you. Ever remembered, Margaret, Don and Shannon. NEMIRSKY In ioving memory of our husband and father Michael T. Nemirsky, who passed away suddenly on January 6, 1968. Ever remembered and sadly missed by his wife, Mabel; Myrna and Norman. SCHWARZ In Irving memory of mv dear wife, Marie Schwarz, who passed away January 6, 1967. In my heart you will always stay. Loved and remembered every day-Sadiy missed by your loving husband Carl. SCHWARZ In loving memory of our grandm ither, Marie Schwarz, who passed away January i, 1967. Gone, but not forgotten. Always remembered by Bruce, Anne, and family. SCHWARZ In loving memory of my dear mother, Mrs. Marie Schwari, who passed away on January 6, 1967. Sweet to remember her who onco was here, Ann who, though absent, Is just a dear. Ever remembered by your daughter Gerda and granddaughter Lynn. SCHWARZ In loving memory of my dearest mother who passed away Jan-uary 6, 1967.' A smile for all, a heart of gold. One of the best this world could hold; Never selfish, always kind. These lovely memories you left behind. Sadly missed by Elsie, Johnny, B rend a. SCHWARZ In loving memory of my dearest r.eloved Grandmother, who passed away January 6, 1967. A heart of gold stopped beating. Hard working hands at rest, God broke our hearts to prove to III, He onlv takes the best. Sadly missed fcy Granddaughter Brand a. WOLANSKY In loving memory of our dear mother Mary, who passed away January 6, 1964. Time takes away the edge of grief, But memory turns back every leaf ; A loving thought, a silent tear, A beautiful memory of you, mother dear. Ever remembered and sadly missed by husband Jim and family. FREE BOOKLET To assist readers in preporing In Memoriam notices. The Journal has prepared a booklet of appropriate wordings. Call, write or phone for your copy. MONUMENTS I CEMETERIES MUST sell four memorial plots at Evergreen Gardens, reasonable. 699-3730 WINTER prices are now In effect at Alberta Granite Marble and Stone Co. 10702 101 Street. Ph. 422-4058, Edmonton's only manufacturing monument makers since 1903. Warm showroom. iNDfcPENDENT Memorial Company, 8715 109 Street, South Edmonton Ph. 433-5932. See our large display with many reduced prices Free lettering. WEST Edmonton Memorial Display, 164 Street and Stony Plain Road. WESTLAWN Memorial Cemetery and Edmonton Crematorium. 16410 Stony Plain Rd. 489-1602 Plots from S65.00. Lost and Found FOUND Downtown, black and white puppy six weeks old. 455-1295. LOST Lady's silver evening bag, Jasper Place Legion Hall, Friday, December 13. Reward. 466-1656. LOST Registered Toy Podie, white, tattoo in ear, vicinity Grendview Shopping Centre. 434-6146. LOST Man's wallet, Whitemud Ski Hill, New Year's Day. 489-5037. LOST Mongrel dog resembles Pom, black liqht shadings, pointed ears, bushy tail, answers "Snoopy", black leather collar, no tags, about 10" high. 465-1387. LOST Ski-doo Super 370, license SV1H4, and yellow trailer, license T43633. Phone 429-4208. Reward $200. LOST One part of 7" slip and bushings, Red Deer vicinity, Saturday night. 434-7711 collect. LOST Small black dog, spayed female, part Poodle, vicinity 118 Ave., St. Albert Trail, answers to "Midqe." Phone 455 0886 daytime or 488-5426 anytime. Reward. LOST $25 reward, return of black Lab male, lost night of Dec. 15. 599-7147. LOST Pure white fluffy Maltese Terrier, in vicinity of 48 Street, 114 Avenue, answers to "Kiki". Phone 474-4649 reward. LOST Super Olympic 1966 Skidoo. Serial BS6-21490 with modified engine. Reward. Phone 466-5735. LOST Black leather purse, 82 St., Ill Ave., reward. 474-3673. SAVE' "Shop" JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ods daily i m ! on i .'i tbiii i ! i e a i 1 4 m i Ii4l4 1.

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