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22 EDMONTON JOURNAL, Thursday. July 19, 1973 : 25-year-old jailed ion mischief charge --A 25-year -old man was coo-Jyjcted ia provincial judges court Wednesday of mischief for what Judge Dean Saks described as "terrorizing" a 14-year-old-girl and an elderly - couple. --Geert Niezen, of no fixed address, was sentenced to 30 "days in Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Institute for an incident Jan. 30 when he and another man were said to . have thrown a glass and two - sugar bowls in the People's Cafe, 10127 97th St. in protest against a request that they pay for their order before reviving it. The glass shattered against a wall and the bowls broke St. John workers honored A veteran member of St. John Ambulance, J. A. Mac-Phee, 10937 89th Ave., has been named Knight of the Order of St. John and will attend an investiture in November by Governor General Roland Michener. Mr. MacPhee is one of several Aiberta residents named to the order July 18 by the ,,Qneen. Jure Frarces Gibson. 15112 MICA Ave., was named Serv- 'tuMZ. Sister of the order, while Wayne Garfield Stanyer. C o u n t y of Strathcona fire -'lebief was admitted s a Serving Brother. Mr. MacPhee joined St. John Ambulance in 1924 and . .was for many years provincial president and commissioner and was admitted to "the" order as an officer - brother in 1960. "' Mrs. Gibson has been a member of St. John Ambulance Brigade since 1960 and "as superintendent of the local Girls' Cadet Unit. Mr Stanyer has ben active in youth work and worked several year? a? a first aid i l: trustor fx St. John Ambulance. "Traffic death An 83-year-old Calgary man died Wednesday in a Leth-brklge hospital from injuries "JtBceived in a two-car collision Monday. - -RCMP said Edward Albert THanies was involved in a ' traffic accident at the junc-" (n)h. of Highways 3 and 23 west of Lethbridge. lis NATO's base on Iceland flosing its importance ".7 KEFLAVIK, Iceland (Reu-ter) From this gale-swept . volcanic peninsula on the "s o u t h w e s t tip of Iceland, .'.'Pnited States air patrols con--.inue to miantain round-the-" -clock surveillance on the "movements of Soviet submar- jncs in the strategic north Atlantic. Some 3,200 men of the U.S. .Stavy and Air Force man the Kefiavik base, composing the Iceland defence force established under the 1951 agree-"rtitent signed by the two gov-'.ernments at the height of the 'fid war between East and 7'Vest. ' But today as tension be- tween the Wester ' and Com- munist camps continues to ease there is growing feeling - among many strategists that Abases like Ke'lavik have a declining role in the security ""System of the North Atlantic 'irireaty Organization. 'fn the first years of its existence, the base was a key 'Mink in a chain set up by NATO to contain what was seen in the Wes . as the Com-; munist threat. Planes based 7 atKeflavik could monitor any "movement out of the Soviet fleet's northern headquarters "hiv Murmansk. V"ltf recent years, with the tnf'evelopment of sophisticated ()har detection devices, pa--itrol aircraft from Keflavik 'have concentrated on plotting l-Oe movements of Soviet sub-'marines as they moved out of '".Murmansk towards southern "'Fiurope, North America and TTJtfie Caribbean. . However, some Western defence experts feel that even this is no longer such a vital THERE SLOTS TO DO WHILE YOU WAIT LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Passengers at Mc-' Carren International Airport, while caught in the time-consuming anti-hijack screening process, have something to divert them a nearby bank of slot machines. As a result, airport manager Daniel Evans said, slot machine revenues are up 50 per cent since the screening began, while passenger volume increased only 19 per cent. Evans attributed the increased slot machine play, and the resulting tax bonanza for the county treasury, to what he calls a "captive audience." against a cigarette container, causes $30 in damages. Testimony indicated the girl, who worked there, was in the line of fire of the bowls. The couple serving Niezen were also said to have been threatened. 83,000 loss in citv fire A television set which apparently overheated and started a fire Wednesday evening has caused an estimated $3,0C0 damage to a two-storey converted apartment house in the city. Officials say the fire broke out at 6:40 p.m. in the second floor apartment, 11344 95th St. The fire was confined to the wall and ceiling area around the television set, although there was heavy smoke, heat and water damage to the apartment. There was also slight water damage in the lower suites. No one was injured. John Deere employees to Regina? About 35 employees of the John Deere Ltd. warehouse operation in Edmonton may be asked to move to Regina under a company centralization plan. John Graflund, president of the farm equipment company, said from the Hamilton, Ont., head office decision on the transfer will come within six' weeks. He said the company is centralizing Western Canada farm equipment warehousing at Regina, where a new distribution plant is under construction. Manitoba employees of the company would also be affected by a transfer decision. He said the reasons for centralization are "the changing needs of our customers," the fact Regina is close to the centre of the company market in the west, and freight costs. Transfer of Edmonton personnel to Regina would be the latest move by the company in a major consolidation of operations. Earlier, staff operations were centralized at Hamilton head office. task in an age when both East and West have clearly recognized that neither could hope to emerge victorious from any nuclear conflict. Inside . Iceland itself, there has always been a section of opinion on both the extreme left and the extreme r.ght opposing the existence of the base, and the present liberal-leftist coalition government has pledged to have the U.S. forces out by 1975. Right-wing nationalists feel that the presence of a large number of Americans so close to the capital of Reykjavik only 30 miles away would have a corrosive effect on Icela-.dic culture and national identity The Icelandic left fought the base on the grounds that it would make the country of 208,000 people a prime target in any war between East and West. Today the People's Alliance party, which is largely Communist but has a strong nationalist tinge, uses both arguments. U.S. officials have been conscious of the negative feelings a large American presence could arouse in a small nation and U.S. military personnel are rarely seen in Reykjavik. They live largely on the base which has extensive recreational facilities. The purpose of thj base, according to the 1951 agreement, was "to preserve peace and security in the North Atlantic Treaty Area having regard to the fact that the people of Iceland cannot themselves adequately secure their own defences." If ' V- '( : if fk ' : v',V Pif' ' BlliilSiSiiililSilf Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod Michael Snow, 2, consoles Coralee Cole, l1, both of Halifax Croiv family quits tree for valley Mr. and Mrs. Crow and their three youngsters, who were occupying a tree on the Legislative grounds have left for lower grounds. "They left about 10 days ago," said building supervisor Steve Bendiak. "They started going down to the river valley and coming back later each day. Eventually they didn't come back." Rick Sullivan, the man attacked while working on the roof of the Legislative Building, says he hasn't been bothered since they left. Iceland has no armed forces, despite its strategic position half way between northern Europe and North America, and this led to its occupation by British and later U.S. forces during the Second World War to prevent the island's falling into German hands. Prime Minister Winston Churchill noted at the time: "Whoever possesses Iceland holds a pistol firmly pointed at England, America and Canada." The base developed from the operation by the U.S. in the immediate post-war years of the Keflavik International Airport, which serves Reykjavik and now is a stopover for trans-Atlantic passenger jets. One arrested in connection with break-in Police have arrested one man and are looking for another in connection with a break-in at an east end home Wednesday night. Timothy David McClelland, 23, of 10902 149th St. has been charged with break and entry and possession of a switchblade. He was to appear in provincial court to day. Police are seeking another 23-year-old man in connection with the incident. Police say two men broke into a house at 9316 79th St. about 11 p.m. School trustee leaving Calgary CALGARY (CP) The Calgary Public School Board will have a new chairman this fall when Deloy Sallen-back moves to Vernon, B.C. Mr. Sallenback said he plans to leave Calgary and vacate chairmanship of the board in two months. His departure will leave the board with six trustees. Trustees said their terms will not expire until October, 1974, and the vacancy will probably stand. Trustee Harald Gunderson said it is "pretty expensive" to hold a byelection. Winner has had lots of practice C7 Everyone who can should grow a beard! says the winner of Wednesday's beard growing contest. "It's fun," bearded Terry Luciw said in an interview after the first day of beard judging in Petticoat Pass. Mr. Luciw. 27, of 110 Greengrove Ave., Sherwood Park said he had worked on his growth since last Jan. 1. But he's had lets of practice. This is the sixth Chilcoot beard he's grown. He placed second in the contest in 1969 and 1971 and Thursday there's another judging of Chilcoot beards a full beard trimmed close at the sideburns and trimmed full around the mouth and jaw. The first and second place winners of Wednesday's contest will compete . with the finalists of Thursday's contest. . The winners of the five categories of beards will then compete for the $500 prize money on July 29. The money and prizes are provided by Export "A" Kings. In Wednesday's contest Moe Wiederspiel of St. Albert came second. Mr. Luciw, a credit manager with South Park Motors Ltd., said his friends have stopped being surprised about his beard, "thsy're used to it by now." r , When asked what advice he would give to would-be beard enthusiast:, Mr. Luciw replied, "If they have a good growth they certainly should grow one. It's a lot of fun." His beard will probably be shaved off after the contest, because then the Klondike spirit -is gone, Mr. Luciw said. He added, however, that he might start thinking about beards again next January. The beard contest was one of the first events to take place at Petticoat Pass, located at 101A Avenue from 100th Street to 101st Street. A pie-eating contest for youngsters aged 12 to 16 was scheduled but failed to take place. Project organizers, however, promised the pie-eating contest would be held daily, except Sunday, at 4 p.m. The beard contests will also be held daily, except Sunday, at 5 p.m. And the Pass will be active all during Klondike Days. Breakfast, including pancakes, coffee, bacon or sausage will be served daily from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the flap jack shack. The meal costs $1 and is more filling than that Charlie Chaplin's famous Klondike dinner of a boiled boot. ' The breakfast is put on by the Anglo-Hellenic Educational and Progressive Association and proceeds will help pay the group's community work. On Thursday a 30-minute stage show of Klondike entertainment, and including Edmonton's premier Klondike dance group, Shirl's Girls, will perform between 11:45 a.m. and 12:15 a.m. Following th girls, the J,,y-'''-'y- WpWSflWftWv Winner Terry Luciw hairiest chest in the west may be revealed when the audience will be asked to compete against the champion. The prize, $10 and a trophy. The audience can also take part in other events around this time. If the people miss the first noon show they can catch the second between 1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. when Klondike Kate and Ross LaGrandeur, the 12-year-old banjo player perform. Ian Filby will be the master of ceremonies. , Taped honky-tonk music will be piped around the grounds as participants of the Klondike spirit try the rides, games cf chance, bumpo cars, and the newest attraction, horseshoe pits. The pie-eating contest is on at 4 p.m. and at 4:30 there's a stage show by the Shirley Adams Dancers, Ross La-Grandeur and Spokane's Silver Spurs Dance group. Also on the show are vocalists Barbara Molineux and Pauline LaBelle and Scottish entertainer Johnny Forest. Your Sister's Reputation, a local seven-piece group specializing i n Klondike-style music will perform from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. And from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. members of the Edmonton and District Square Dancers Association will swing up a storm and will ask the audience to join in. : Oally by earrlw 75 cents per week. Dally by mall In Canada, U S A., British Isles, Australia and Armed Forces Addresses lit per year, other countries $70 per year. Oally average net paid circulation of the Edmonton Journal sublect to audit by the Audit Bureau of Circulation for the month of 171 Warch, 1973 ' ' ,040 Membat Bureou of Circulolion Audit Announcemenlts Notice Board CLUB 30-30 KLONDIKE DANCE Shertroske Hall, 13001 12 Ave., Saturday, July 21, P-m. Unattached memoers and sponsored guests over 30 welcome. All must oe properly attired. Information 469-4187. POLKA DOTS 042VQ KLONDIKE KAPERS!! Oance with the Single Parents to the Kandy Kanes, Friday, July 20, p.m., Bonnie Ooon Hall, 920 3 Street. Memoers, sponsored guests and unattached welcome. 446-1529, 434-3203. O430P A.AINUS ONE CLUB KLONDIKE DANCE For all separated, divorced or widowed people, Friday, Ju y ?0, 1:30 p.m. at Masonic Tempie. Members and guests. Prizes for best costumes. For information tehphone 469-4189, Thursday and Friday only. (Silver-tones). 0431 P L. A. Masse Funeral today for railwayman A man who spent his entire working life on the railway, Louis A. Masse, 80, recently of the W. W. Cross Memorial Hospital, died Wednesday. A native of Botteneau, N.D., Mr, Masse came to Alberta in 1904 with his foster parents who settled in the Legal area. In 1918 Mr. Masse joined the Grand Trunk Railway at Edson and two years later he went to the Coal Branch and later the Lake Isle area, which is now the- Canadian National Railway. In 1938 he was transferred to Edmonton with a promotion and remained here until his' retirement in 1961. He is survived by bis wife Edna of Evansburg, five sons, two daughters, 16 grandchildren, and one greatgrandchild. Two sons, Louis and Derle, predeceased their father. Funeral services will be held today from Connelly-McKinley Chapel and burial will take place at the St. Joachim's Cemetery. Accidents kill three in Alberta A 48-year-old woman died Wednesday night from injuries received after she lost control of the car she was driving and drove into a ditch. RCMP say Rose Marie Pollard was the lone occupant of the vehicle. The accident occurred one mile north of Rad-way, about 40 miles northeast of Edmonton. Edward Albert Haines, 83, of Calgary died Wednesday of injuries received in an accident ciSiar Monarch Monday. The cither occupant of the car, Kenneth Wiley was unhurt. Harold Maxwell Scott, 82, of Consort drowned Wednesday afterncoi when he fell into the town reservoir. Calgary man, held in Cuba, to be freed CALGARY (CP)-A former Calgary man, held under guard in a Cuban hotel since June 29, said Tuesday he was told that he could expect to leave Cuba Sunday. In a telephone interview from the Havana Hotel where he is being held, Michael Chappel said: "They tell me I can expect to leave Cuba on Sunday. However, I don't know for sure." Mr, Chappell, 21, said he is not being ill-treated and is given "regular hotel food." Mr. Chappell and four American passengers aboard his boat have, been held in Havana since June 29, when the boat struck a reef off the Cuban coast. Veterinarian gets award for surgery Dr. David C. Secord, an associate professor at the University of Alberta, has won an award for contributions to small animal medicine and surgery. Dr. Secord was awarded the annual Gaines Veterinary Award provided by General Foods to the veterinarian selected by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association for small animal medical contributions. Dr. Secord is a lecturer in surgery and pharmacology at the university, and is director of the faculty of medicine's health sciences animal centre. Recognized in Canada and the United States as an authority in experimental surgery, he is also noted for efforts to achieve better care for laboratory animals. Notice Board KLONDIKE SALE 30H off on all stre'eh fabrics. July H - July 28. Knits 'N' Yarn Shoppe, 3414 1,8 Avenue. 477-2821. M634S FRANCES KYTE SCHOOL OF Baton & Dance Summer Scnool For: Beginner Tap, Baton, Jazz & Hawaiian; also for those who have completed I & 2 years tap 1 t, 2 years jazz Intermediate Baton Advanced Baton July 23-27, 42446M. 991 467-4478. 109 St. N349P Births 15 CLOSE David and Jacquie wish to announce the arrival of their son, David Jason, on juiy 11, 1973, w'ight seven pounds eight ounces. A brother ; for Marc. Special thanks to the doc- i tor aid saff at Royal Alexandra I Hospital. 04320 ! GEORGE Larry and Deanne (nee Stepchuk) wish to announce the birth of their son, Jascn Srooker, on July 14V 1973, weight sevsn pounds, twelve ounces at University Hospital. 0330 JOHNSON Born to Mr. and Mrs. Brian Johnson, a daughter, Kimberly Rae, June 27, 1973. Weight seven pounds four ounces. 04340 HAUGHEY Aislinn Margaret Misae is pleased to announce her safe and long awaited arrival, July 13, 1973. Firsttorn of Margaret and Denis. Thanks to doctors and staff of the General Hospital. Mo370 RIX Ron and Jutii are pleased to announce the birth of their new daughter, Trina Marie, weight eight pounds three ounces, born Saturday, July 14, 1973 at the Edmonton General Hospital. A sister for Jason. M640O Engagements 20 ARMSTRONG-HILL Mr. and Mrs. William Armstrong of Edmonton are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Doreen, to Mr. Brian Francis Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hill, also of Edmonton. Wedding to take place Saturday, September 8, at 4:30 p.m. Strathearn United Church. . 04350 BRACKO-FAROUGH Mr. and Mrs. John Bracko are pleased to anrource tne engagement of their daughter, Bernlcs Ruth, to Mr. Gordon Farougii, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Fa.-ouah of Winnipeg. Wedding to take place later. 05320 CARMICHAEL-IVESON Mrs. Dee I Carmichacl is pleased to announce the approaching marriage of her daughter Margaret Lydia to Robert Lawrence Iveson, son of Mrs. Joan Iveson and the late Mr. George Iveson. The marriage will take place at 2:30 p.m., Sdturday, August 18th, in St. Stephen's United Church. 08500 CRAIG-WILLIAMS Mr. Allan Craig of Edmonton is pleased to announce the engagement of his daughter, Brenda Louise, to Mark Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Williams of Edmonton. The wedding will take place August 24, in Highlands United Church. 04360 SHAW-BACHEN Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw of Carstairs are pleased to announcs the engagement of their eldest daughter. Heather Jean to Mr. Patrick Charles Bachen, only son of Vr. and Vs. Gerhardt Bachen of Edmonton. The wedding will take place at Carstairs United Church on August 25, 5 p.m. OHIO ! Marriages 25 HOWARD -HYDE Mrs. Lynne Glashoerster takes pleasure in an-! n o u n c i n g the marriage of her j mother, the former lone Hyde to Mr. i Fred Howard, of Calgary. The mar. riaqe took place in Edmonton on July 17, 1973. 01960 Deaths 30 BOWOIGE, Edwin James I i On July 16, 1973, Mr. C i Edwin James Bowdige of , J j Suite 203, 10916 133A Avenue passed away m aged 74 years, 10 months. ' y A Survived by his loving wile, Beatrice of Edmonton; three sons and two daughters, Edwin and Roy of Edmonton, Jack of Wetaskiwin, Mrs. William (Jean) Thomas Brown of Baysville, Ontario, Mrs. Denns (Joye) Crawford of Courtenay, British Columbia; 13 1 grandchildren; three brothers, Sydney, Fred, and Walter of Stettler, Al-1 berta. Prayers Thursday, July 19 at j 8:00 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel , (9709 111 Avenue). Funeral services Friday, July 20, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Faith's Anglican Church (92 Street 1 and 118 Avenue). Revernd Father T. ' M. Elliott officiating, with interment I iff Beechmount Cemetery. Donations j to the Diabetic Association will be greatly appreciated. Park Memorial Limited, Funeral Administrators and I Directors (The Chapel on the; Boulevard). 05610 i DZIWENKA (Stefan) Steve On July le, 1873, Mr. Steve (Stefan) Dziwenka of St. Michael passed away aged t9 years. Survived by four sons and one daughter, Edward and Victor of Fort Saskatchewan, Carl of Lamont, Brian of Edmonton, Mrs. Sam (Jean) Fedun of St. Michael; nine grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Paul (Katherine) Panich and Mrs. Fabian (Mary) Klaczek of Lamont. Predeceased by his wife, Mary in 1952. Friends wishing to pay their respects may do so on July 20, 1973, from 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel, Lamont. Prayers on Friday July 20, 1973 at 8 p.m. at Roman Catholic' Church St. Michael. Requiem Mass Saturday July 21, 1973 at 10:30 a.m. at Roman Catholic Church,' St. Michael, Reverend A. Przysienzniak will be the celebrant. Interment in Church Cemetery. Park Memorial Ltd., Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). 05620 GIBB, Mrs. Isabella Smith On July 17, 1973, Mrs. Isabella Smith Glbb of 11227 86 Street, widow of Alexander Murray Gibb, passed away. She leaves to mourn her lass, one 2 son, Robert N. cf Edmonton; three daughters, Mrs. Gordon (Jean) Cock-burn, Mrs. Harvey (Joan) Gordon and Miss Verna Gibb, all of Edmonton; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and three sis ters, i-unerai services win oe neio on Friday at 1:00 p.m. at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel. Reverend P. Sharren will officiate and Inter; ment will take place in the Westlawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Gibb was a Past Worthy Matron of Norwood Chapter No. 24 O.E.S. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Career Society at 9907 108 Avenue. Foster and McGarvey Limited, Funeral Directors. 05590 HARDY, Doctor Albert W. On July ;8, 1973, Doctor Albert W. Hardy of 11013 50 Street passed away at the age of 66 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Howard and McBride Funeral Services. Phone 422-1U1. M566M K&CHUR, Peter (Jim) On July 17, 1973, Mr. Peter (Jim) Kachur of 9807 142 Street passed away aged 74 years 9 months. Survived by his loving wife, Anne of Edmonton; three sons, Walter of Costa Rica, Norman of Edmonton, Don of Austrelia; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild;, two brothers and one sister, John of Edmonton, Harry of Vernon, Mrs. Simon (Mary) Kot of Weyburn. Saskatchewan. Prayers Friday, July 20, at 9:15 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709 111 Avenue). Requiem Mass Saturday, July 21, at 9:30 a.m. at St. Josaphat's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral (10825 97 Street). Very Reverend G. Kowalsky will be the celebrant with Interment In St. Michael's Cemetery. Park Memorial Limited, Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). O560O MASSE, Louis A. On July 18, 1973, Louis A. Masse of Galnford, aged 70 years, passed away. He leaves his loving wile, Edna; five sons and two daughters, Kenneth, Beaumont, Louis, Edson, Ronald, Fort St. John, Jack, Victoria, Douglas, Edmonton, Mrs, R. (Anita) Klttlltr, Fox Creek, Mrs. E, (Lois) Lemke, Victoria; also 16 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr, Masse was predeceased by two sons, Louis and Derle. Funeral services Friday 11 a.m. at Connelly-McKlnely Funeral Home. Reverend Albert Laisnez will officiate. Interment St. .Joachim's Cemetery. Connelly-McKlnely Limited. Phone 422-2222. 05640 30 MELLOTT, Cole Marfan On July 19. Baby Cole Morgan Mel-lott of 12514 106 Avenue passed away. gd three months. Western Funeral Services (Edmonton) Limited. .Phone 423-1427. M568M STOTT, James H. (Jimmy) Passed away In Peace Arch District Hospital, Whiterock. B.C. on July 12, 1973, at the age of 43. Survived by his loving wife, Betty, of 2250 Chris, topherson Road, Whiterock; on son, Richard and daughter-4o-law Beverly, of Sherwood Park; one daughter, Linda, and son-in-law Geoffrey Lucas of Eugene, Oregon, and three grandchildren. Also survived by one sister, Mrs. F. L. Parsons of Montreal,- one brother, Allan, of Dundas, Ontario and many, many friends. Memoria. service was held on Saturday, July 14, 1973, at Crescent United Churcn, Reverend A. J. Law-ton officiating. In lieu of flowers, da-nations kindly accepted to Canadian Diabetic Association. Cremation. 04370 SOROKOSKI, Anton On July (7, Mr. Anton SorokoskI of Athabasca, Aloerta, aged 78 years. Survived by his wife, Antonia; three sons, Mike of Calgary, Roy of Toronto, John of Athabasca; four daughters, Mrs. Llna Johanson, of Vancouver, Mrs. Mary Butler and Mrs. Frank (Helen) Roiowskl both of Athabasca, Mrs. Julia Mohovicn of Edmonton; eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 11 a.m. from St. Gabriel's Roman catholic Church, Athabasca, with Father W. O'Farrell officiating. Interment at the Athabasca Cemetery. Athabasca Funeral Service. OS45Q TRITES, Edward Raymond On July 1. 1973, Mr. Edward Raymond Trites of 9925 9 Avenue passed away at the age of 24 years. Surviving are his loving wife, Sandra; one son, Mark at home; his father, Mr. Raymond Trites of Newfoundland; his mother, Mrs. Leona DeBow of Edmonton; one brother. Derrick; one sister. Miss Nancy Trites, both of Edmonton. Prayers Thursday, July 19 at 8:00 p.m. at South Side Memorial Chapel. Funeral services Friday, July 20, at 9:30 a.m. at St. Anthony's Church. (107 Street and 82 Avenue), Reverend V. Perron officiating, with interment in St. Anthony's Cemetery. South Side Memorial Chaoel, Patterson-Mittel-sradt-jusrik. Funeral Directors, 83 Avenue and 104 Street. Phone 433-1733. 05830 In Memorioim 45 BIZZELL In loving memory of Lloyd, who' passed away July 19, 1972, and daughter Patricia, who passed away July 24, 1963. Ever remembered and sadly missed by the family. 04380 EWASIUK In loving memory of our beloved Mom and Grand mom, Lena, who passed away July 19, 1969. Loved and still missed so very much by Eva, Joe, Joel and Jamie. 04390 EWASIUK In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Lena (Helen), who passed away July 19, 1969. Faithful mother, both true and kind. A truer mother you could never find; Fcr all of us she did her best. We know God grants her eternal res'- hver remembered and sadly missed by your lovinq dauqhtsr, Mary and granddaughter, Gina. O440O GIBB- In loving memory of our husjand, father and grandfather, Aiex, who passed away July 19, 1969. Day by day. the years slip by. But l.vin memories never die. Always remembered by his wife Mollis, children and grandchildren. 04410 KOBASIUK Treasured memories of my dearly beloved sister, July, who passed away July 19, 1953. So many things have happened since she was called away, So many things to share with her, had she bean left to stay; If love could have saved her, she . never would have died It broke our hearts to lose her, but she did not go alone. Part cf us went with her, the day God called her home. Sadly missed by Elmer, Joan, Lisa and Leanne. O110O MELNYCHUK In loving memory of Joseph M. who passed July 19th, 1971. See you in the morning, Dad. Mil. 04420 SAWKA In lovinq memory of mv dear husband, Danny, who passed away July 19, 1972. Ycur iife is a ceautiful memory. Your death is a si!ent grief; You s eep in God's eternal qarden. In sunshine of perfect peace. Dearly rememcersd and sadly missed by wife Marie, stepsons and daughters-in-law, 04430 FREE BOOKLET 1o assist readers in preparing in Memoriam notices. The Journal has prepared a booklet of appropriate wordings. Call, write or phone for your copy. Monuments, Cemeteries 55 CREMATION. The Edmonton. Crematorium Ltd., 16410 Stony Pla.n Road. Phone: 489-1602. Mcoern Crematorium with convenient chapel. IK739 WEST Edmomon Memorial Display, 164 Street and Stony Plain Road. ,M029 ItTiFEPENDENT Memorial Company 8715 109 Street, South Ed ronton. Pn. 433.5952. Sse our large display. Free lettering. IM439 Alberta Granite Marble & Stone Co. Ltd., 10702 101 St., Ph. 422-4058. Edmonton's only manufacturing monument makers since 1903. All cemetery repairs, extra lettering and estate work. Bronze and granite monuments set in any cemetery. Visit our quiet showroom for lowest prices. Open Saturdays until 4 p.m. DK879 Lost and Found 60 LOST Elderly Sealpoint Siamese cat with grey flecks on pews. Disappeared from Duggan area July 8 wearing red collar with engraved identity tag. Any information to 436-3601. Reward. L143L LOST male Samoyed South Side 90 Avenue, 93 Street. 466- 2336. Reward. JS63P LOST Bike, boy's, Austin O'Brien School. Contact 469-3368 or police. J773P LOST Two diamond rings. Safe-way's Londondale Shopping Centre. Reward. 476-5320. , M745S LOST "Bootsie" beloved large 11 year old neutered male cat, sleek, short hairsd, black with white paws, vest, 10 lbs. 112 Ave. south 79 St. area. 477-2550. June 26. Reward. M0019 LOST Male Chihuahua, black and brown, vicinity 50 St. 102 Ave. Reward. 469-2152. M1890 LOST Shetland Sheepdog, one year, goldwhite, vicinity 95 Ave., 158 St. Reward 484-4205-. M5720 LOST Set of boat oars, Lake, July 15. 466-9984. I ronwood M757S LOST Hammer drill with bit on 51 Ave. between 75 St. - 99 St. Reward. 475-2569. N187T LOST Small tanwhite dog, long hair, University. "Quinter". 439-2725. N8610 LOST - SUBSTANTIAL REWARD For information leading fo recovery of cream,.- male- Afghan Hound, missing since early June. 466-7731. 1N350R LOST Black and white fema: eat, 134 Ave. 66 St. 476-7191. Reward. N3S,T. LOST Gold wrist watch, lady's Wlttenauer, vicinity 101 St. - 104 St. and Jasper Ave. Reward. Res. 435- 8284,429-3374 business. N352T LOST Small light brown dog, black collar, answers to "Snoopy," West End, 455 2B97. N30 LOST Nurs 's watch, brown strap, vicinity 109 St. jasper Ave. during Klondike parade. 482-4192. 0233P LOST Black cat, white spot at front, white toe. southwest of Coun-try Club. 487-0030.- 9'i?09. LOST Red Shetland pony, Wva area. Reward. 467-5995. 05160 Deaths

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