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E2 EDMONTON JOURNAL, Monday, December 21, 1981 Trailer park tenants get eviction break FORT McMURRAY - Twenty-eight trailer park evictees here will soon breathe easier. Group spokesman Hugh Denyes says they have a verbal agreement from lawyers for Norm Simons, who operates Ralph's Trailer Park, to "back off of the eviction notice" provided tenants agree to an order and writ of possession. Tenants had been ordered to be off the premises by Jan. 30. Mr. Denyes says the consent order means the writ will come into effect if tenants default on rents. Tenants must also agree to move within a specified time when a trailer park becomes available. (A 750-stall park at Timberlea for lot rental and sale will be ready next year.) Meanwhile, Fort McMurray city council last week passed a two-year moratorium on a May 13, 1980 $80,000 Kulbir Singh couldn't believe it when Mike McCarthy called him Saturday to say he had just won an $80,000 home. "He thought it was someone playing a cruel joke," said Mr. McCarthy, vice-president of Northern' Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation. The foundation raffled the Mill Woods house, donated by Nu West Homes, to raise funds for a pediatric Edmonton Journal Box 2421, Edmonton T5J 2S6 Daily by cvritr In Mttro Edmonton $1 30 pr wMk; outtldo Motro Edmonton, SI .40 pr WMk. Dally by mall In Canada and Armad Foroaa aodmaaaa $1 20.00 par yaar, all othar countrlaa $380.00 par yaar. Slngla Coplaa Mon. to Thura. 25 Frl. and 8aL 50e A member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation Do you have a news story; or feature you want to talk about? Do you want to begin regular delivery? Would you like to discuss a classified or display advertisement? Is your newspaper missing? Circulation (Carrier, Mall Sub.) 425-1274 Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Classified Advertising 428-1234 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Sat 9a m.-5 p.m. Retail Display i Advertising 425-9120 Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a m.-5:00 p.m. Newsroom 420-1919 Sports 423-9597, 423-9554 Sports results 423-9598 r When you have your child's birth announcement published for 2 days in the Journal you'll receive a deluxe pack of pure Penaten baby 'preparations (valued at more than $12) These fine shelf-size Penaten products are specially formulated to keep your baby happy and comfortable. It's a gift you'll enjoy. To place your 2 day add ... Cat1 Journal Classified 428-1234 and we'll arrange to have your gift delivered to you. (Please allow 3 weeks for delivery) Compliments of the JW6 resolution which called in part for a 30-day removal clause on mobile homes in the lower townsite area. Ralph's Trailer Park, which is on a 30-day notice from the city, is in the lower townsite area. Mr. Denyes says the moratorium may mean long-term benefits to the park owner because of its strategic location, adjacent to Keyano College and the Fort McMurray High School. He says it's conceivable that Keyano, which is experiencing a shortage of parking space, will "knock on his door some time in the future." Mr. Denyes said the high school needs room to expand and for the past year has been considering the problem. An unnamed source at the public school board confirmed the school has been "looking over its fences." new home research centre. Mr. Singh didn't believe his luck was real until he was shown the matching half of the $5 ticket drawn at the Coliseum Saturday before the Oilers-North Stars game. Mr. Singh is a worthy winner, he said. "He's the father of two young children and he's living with his father, so this is very important to him." The raffle raised more than $100,000. New charges put man in jail A man out on bail on an attempted murder charge is back behind bars after two women were assaulted early Saturday. The women, aged 32 and 44, were assaulted after an apartment at 31 A Avenue and 113th Street was broken into at 2 a.m., said police. One of the women was beaten so badly she had to be admitted to hospital. The woman was later released, however. Victor Lepine, 31, has been charged with two counts of assault causing bodily harm, and break and enter to commit an indictable offence. UjLuj 1 Stl WW I THE BEST PLACE , TO BUY LUGGAGE Come in & See Why!!) 465-7425 Open Weekdays til 9, til Christmas 469-6508 8170 50 St. Parkway Village (next to Ikea) Edmonton Journal The Journal Penaten Baby Pack includes Penaten cream, fine baby oil. super fatted baby soap, baby puffs, absorbent baby powder, plus refill tearless baby shampoo as a special gift for the baby's mother Also ' included are VALUABLE PENATEN product coupons no joke aaatLaaaa&uoatfku III! LW 1 S 9 5T Complimentary t&k'lM ' with Every & m Births AITCHISON Wendy and Bill proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Danielle Rene, on December 16th, 1981 weighing nine pounds, four ounces. Proud grandparents are Mel and Bernice Aitchison, and Bene and Geordie Blair. CRAIB Richard and Dawna (nee Fullbrook) are proud to announce the arrival of their first child, a girl, Eryn Christine on December 7, 1981 weighing 6 pounds 5 ounces. Proud grandparents, Al and Shirley Craib of London, Ontario and Al and Sandra Fullbrook of St. Albert, Alberta. Also pleased at the arrival are her four uncles. MELVIN Kevin and Valerie are proud to announce the arrival of a son, Ariel Tavis, on Wednesday, December 9, 1981, weighing six pounds thirteen ounces. A brother for Nathan. PACK Kevin and Belinda are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their second baby, a beautiful girl, Molly-Ann Alice, weighing nine pounds, one ounce, 19'; inches long. Proud grandparents are, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long and Mr. and Mrs. L. Murray Pack, all of Edmonton. Special thanks to Dr. Ken Gardener, and to the nurses of the Misericordia Hospital. WALL Larry & Donna are pleased to announce the birth of their first child Trevor Robert, born December 7, 1981. Many thanks to Dr. Edem, Dr. Coe and maternity nursing staff of Edmonton General Hospital. WARD (nee Staples) EVENT: Inaugural flight of Darcy Maxwell Ward. DATE: December 5, 1981. PLACE: Mississauga, Ontario. GROSS WT.: 6 Lbs. 12 ozs. PILOT AND CO-PILOT: Kim and Patricia Graduations 26 Former students, teachers and residents interested in the WYMARK SCHOOL DISTRICT REUNION and HOMECOMING, August 13, 14, 15, 1982, may obtain further info, by writing: Correspondence Committee. Box 111, Wymark, Sask, SON 2Y0or calling: 306-773-7965 or 773-7186. All inquiries welcome, preferably before Dec. 31, 1981. Any history also welcome City convict killed in cell WINNIPEG (CP) -RCMP said Sunday they had not determined a motive and have no suspects in the Friday murder of Irvin Christopher Jensen, of Edmonton, at Stoney Mountain penitentiary. Jensen, 20, who was serving a two-year sentence for several minor break, enter and theft convictions, was found stabbed to death in his cell about 7:30 p.m. Sell your "don't needs" Call 428-1234 JOURNAL CLASSIFIED WINTER CANOEING Purchase your 1981 '82 Grumman Canoe at Great Savings! 17' GRUMMAN Standard 17' GRUMMAN Whitewater Reg. S879.00 $ Store your canoe Free-of-Charge until May 31 '82 SALE ENDS DECEMBER 31, 1981 FRESH AIR EXPERIENCE Mon.-Fri. 9-9, Sat. 9-5:30 Phone 433 30 ARMSTRONG, Joesph On December 19, 1981, Mr. Joesph Todd of the Veteran's Home passed away at the age of 92 years. He is survived by his loving wife Agnes, one son, Joe and daughter-in-law Joan of Edmonton, one daughter, Mrs. Gordon (Joan) Herzog of Peterborough, Ontario, five grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Hilda Tindale of Hamilton, Ontario. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, December 22 at 1:00 p.m. from Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel with Rev. Ed. Scarlett officiating. Interment to follow in the Beechmount Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Salvation Army would be greatly appreciated. Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. 10541-81 Ave. Phone 432-1714. BIRKIN, Norah Isabel On December 18, 1981, Mrs. Norh Birkin of 73 Gainsborough Avenue, St. Albert, passed away aged 85 years. She leaves to mourn her loss, one daughter and son-in-law, Joy and Cliff Baker, St. Albert; granddaughter and husband, Diane and David Rees. San Diego, California; and one great granddaughter, Kristin. The funeral service will be held in the Roy and Owen, Chapel of Chimes, on Monday December 21, at 12:30 p.m. with Rev. W. Burgess officiating and cremation in the Chapel of Chimes Crematorium. Chapel of Chimes. Roy and Owen Funeral Directors & Licensed Crematorium. Phone 423-4262. CAREW, George Wesley On December 19th, 1981, George Wesley Carew of West-lock, formerly of Clyde, passed away aged 97 years. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ernie (Irene) Dagg of Clyde; three granddaughters, Mrs. Ernie (Anne) Lehto, Mrs. Darrell (Marion) Telasky and Mrs. Dons Ferguson; four great-grandchil- dren, Holly and Darren Lehto and Charlene and Dwayne Ferguson; one brother and one sister in Ontario. Funeral Tuesday. December 22nd at 2:00 p.m. in the Clyde United Church with Reverend C. Richey and Miss Pat Dyson officiating with interment m Dun-gannon Cemetery of Clyde. Donations gratefully accepted to the Hospital Equipment Fund, C'0 Box 7, Westlock. Westlock Funeral Home, Johnson, Jones and Anderson Funeral Directors. 1-349-3474. CROCKETT, Evelyn Isabel On December 18, 1981, Mrs. Evelyn Crockett of 420 Mam Street, Spruce Grove, passed away aged 72 years. She leaves one son, Bob, and daughter-in-law, Mae, Spruce Grove and lour grandchildren. A private family service was held in the Roy and Owen, Chapel ot Chimes, on Saturday December 19. al 11:00 a m., with Rev. W. Burgess officiating and interment took place in Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Flowers gratefully declined Chapel of Chimes, Roy and Owen Funeral Directors & Licensed Crematorium g Reg. 969M SALE - 5525 8537 Deaths Announcements Deaths 30 ELLIOT, Margaret Margaret Elliot was a resident of Edmonton and formerly of Ash-mont, a beautiful lady of 90 years of age who went peacefully to be with her Lord on December 18, 1981. She will be missed and remembered by those who loved her. Her children Mary and Gordon Elliot, Leon and Helen Brosseau, Millie Daily. Doris Henderson, Glen Daily, Jean and David Wilson. Her 15 grandchildren and her 25 great grandchildren and her many dear friends. She had suffered the losses of her husband Walter in 1940 and her daughter Hazel in 1944. A service will be held at 8:00 pm. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709 111 Ave) conducted by Reverend H. B. Bye. A graveside service will be held at Ashmont in the Ashmont Cemetery at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday December, 23, where interment will take place beside her husband. In lieu of flowers as a tribute please give a toy or donation to Santas Anonymous. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators & Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard) 426-0050. FEDORATION. Gerald Michael On December 17, 1981, Mr. Gerald Michael Fedoration of Edmonton passed away at the age of 40 years. Survived by one son Lance of Edmonton; loving parents Pearl and Mike of Edmonton; one brother and one sister: Don and his wife Bonnie of Calgary: Linda (Mrs. Bob Barnard) of Edmonton; two nieces, Michelle and Kern. Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends Tom and Ed. Predeceased by his wife Sandra. Prayers Monday December 21, at 6:30 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709 111 Ave.). Funeral Services Tuesday, December 22. ot 11:00 a.m. al the Faith Cathe-dial (15641 96 Ave.). Pastor Car-dinez Franco officiating with interment in Westlawn Memorial Park In lieu ot other tributes, donations to the Faith Cathedral, will be greatly appreciated. Park Memorial Ltd Funeral Administrators & Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard) 46-0050. GAUDET, Edmond Joseph On December 19, 1981 Mr. Edmond Joseph Gaudet of Edmonton passed away age 90 years. He is survived by his loving wife. Betty, one daughter and five sons: Jean and husband George Bellavance of Montreal, Dr. Pat and wife Terry of Edmonton, Ted and wife Pat of Wickham W.A., Roger and wife Loreen of Prince George, B.C., Melvin and wite Julie of Vancouver B.C., Alan and wife Shirley of Edmonton, 21 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, one brother Aubin of Vancouver B.C. Prayer service on Monday December 21 at 8:00 pm. at South Side Memorial Chapel A mass of Christian Burial Tuesday at 9:30 am. at St. Anthony's Church (107 St & 82 Ave ) Reverend Allan Reynolds will officiate with interment at St. Anthony's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. South Side Memorial Chapel Patterson Mittelstadt Justik Funeral Directors. 83 Avenue & 104 Street 432-1601. $ 799 - 1 09 St. 30 GAUDRY, Llllle May On December 19, 1981. Mrs. Lillie May Gaudry of Edmonton passed away at the age of 77 years. Survived by two daughters; Mrs. Mary Rose Badura and Mrs. Ann Galambos of Edmonton, three grandchildren; Melvin Woolndge of Vancouver. Gail Badura Potter of Indianapolis, Richard Badura of Edmonton, four brothers; Jim Summers of Westlock, Joe Summers of Penticton, B.C., Charlie Summers of Vancouver; Bill Summers of Gibbons. Predeceased by her husband, one daughter Viola, one brother John and one sister Jessie. Funeral Services, Wednesday, December 23. at 2:00 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709-111 Ave ). Mr. W. Griffiths officiating with interment in Beechmount Cemetery. In lieu of other Tributes, donations to the Charity of one's choice will be greatly appreciated. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators & Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). 426-0050. GROAT, Donald Symes On December 17, 1981, Mr. Donald Groat of 11310 93 Street passed away aged 31 years. He leaves to mourn his loss, his mother, Violet, of Edmonton; three sisters, Mrs. Marlene Barber, Mrs Sharron Rimmer, and Donna Mae Groat, and six brothers. Lawrence, Stewart, Robert, Richard. Alan and Brian, all of Edmonton. The funeral service will be held in the Roy and Owen, Chapel of Chimes on Tuesday. December 22, at 10 00 a m., with interment in Beechmount Cemetery. Chapel of Chimes, Roy and Owen. Funeral Directors & Licensed Crematorium. Phone 423-4262 HIGGINS, Peter On December 19, 1981, Peter Higgins, Edmonton, age 75 years passed away. He leaves his wife Alma, one daughter, Irene Stewart, Stony Plain, one son, Joseph, Sherwood Park, 11 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. Funeral Services. Tuesday, 2.30 p m al the Floral Chapels 10011-114 Street in the Prairie Lily Chapel. The interment will follow in the Holy Cross Cemetery Conneily-McKinley Ltd Phone 422-2222. HOTRA, Michael Sr. On December 18. 1981 Mr. Michael Hotra Sr. of Lamont formerly of Evansburg, passed away at the age of 76 years. Survived by his wife Annie of Evansburg; one son and two daughters: Robert of Evansburg; Mrs. (Victoria) George Wesiosky of Edmonton; Mrs. (Julia) John Dutchak of Chipman; four grandchildren. Prayers Monday December 21, at 8:00 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709 111 Ave). Funeral services Tuesday December 22, at 11.30 a.m. at Park Memorial Chapei. Rev. B. Snihurowych officiating with interment in Park Court Cemetery, (9 miles north ot Evansburg). Park Memorial Ltd Funeral Administrators & Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard) 426-0050 JONES, Hugh James On December 14, 1981. Mr Hugh James Jones of Creston. B C, formerly of Edmonton area passed away at the age of 73 years Survived by his loving wife Vida. one son Glenn of Wabamun, one daughter, Mrs. L. Beth Olson of Cardston. five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, four sisters; Jean Cher-rington of Drayton Valley. Kath-erine Richardson of Peace River. Mrs A. Elsie Ashley and Mrs T Grace Meglas of Edmonton. Predeceased by his parents Hugh and Isabella and one brother William of Yellowknile. Memorial Services, Wednesday, December 23, at 1:00 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709-111 Ave.) Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators & Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). 426-0050. SUPERIOR BLOW-IN INSULATION Year round comfort Lower fuel bills CMHC approved Guaranteed Workmanship GOV. GRANT S500 Homes built prior to 1961 qualify for S350.00 'A Labor to 5150.00 DO IT NOW do It with ENERGLAS By far the BEST FREE ESTIMATE Ph. 437-4944 SUPERIOR INSULATORS LTD. INSURED BONDED "LTA. LIC. to Deaths IP Deaths 30 LUNGER, Archie Bert On December 18, 1981, Mr. Archie Bert Lunger of Morinville passed away at the age of 73 years. He is survived by his loving wife Dorothy, five sons and two daughters; Fay and Bob Clark of St. Albert, Eldon and Judy Lunger ot Morinville, Stuart and Shirley Lunger of Morinville, Randy Lunger of Edmonton, Lyle Lunger ot Morinville, Darryll Lunger ot Drayton Valley, and Nome and John Mason of Morinville, thirteen grandchildren, one brother and one sister; Earl Lunger of Bucyrus, Ohio and Mabel Mailey of Gallon, Ohio. He was predeceased by his brother Alfred Lunger of Barrhead. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, December 22, at 11:00 a m. at the Evergreen Funeral Chapel 16204 Fort Trail V2 mile east of Manning Freeway on Oliver Avenue and mile south on the Old Fort Trail) with the Reverend Leonard Musto officiating. Interment in Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Evergreen Funeral Chapel (The Chapel in the Park). 973-3661. MICKELBERRY, Alvin Wayne On December 17, 1981, Mr. Alvin Wayne Mickelberry of Edmonton, Alberta, passed away at the age ot 66 years. He is survived by his loving wife, Elsa, two sons, Ken and his wife, Marilyn ol Victoria, B.C., and Dennis and his wife. Gail of Crossfield, Alberta; three grandchildren. Robert. Janette and Michael; one brother, Maurice of Brea. California. Mr. Mickelberry was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Montgomery Branch and Strath-cona Branch for the past 25 years, and was also a member of Union Local 488. Funeral services will be held on Monday, December 21, at 2:00 p.m. at the Evergreen Funeral Chapel ('! mile East of Manning Freeway on Oliver Ave. and Vt mile South on the old Fort Trail) with the Reverend W E. Burgess officiating. Interment to take place in the Evergreen Memorial Gardens. It friends so desire in lieu of floral tributes, memorials may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation. 208 Markum Place, 10235 124 St.. Edmonton, Alberta. Evergreen Funeral Chapel. Ph. 973-3661. (The Chapel in the Park). MOKREY, Alexander On December 20, 1 981 Mr. Alexander Mokrey of Edmonton passed away at the age of 81 years. Survived by his loving wife Catherine and two daughters; Mrs. Sabina (Ted) Szwakowski and Mrs. Jean (John) Lohm all of Edmonton; three grandchildren; one son and one sister of the Ukraine and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by one brother Joe. Funeral services Wednesday December 23 at 10:00 a m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709 111 Ave). Very Reverend E. Kamin-skyj officiating with interment in St. Michaels Cemetery. In lieu of other tributes donations to the Alberta Heart Fund will be greatly appreciated. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). PROULX. Sister Marie-Anne On December 19. 1981 Sister Mane-Anne Proulx (Sister Ger-mana S.P ) passed away at the Edmonton General Hospital at the age of 88 years. She leaves one sister Mrs. Wil-lard Parent. Montreal. Quebec. Prayers will be held Monday December 21 at 7 p.m. and a Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday December 22 both at the Providence Centre. The interment will follow in the Sisters plot in the Midnapore Cemetery. Connelly-McKinley Ltd. Phone 422-2222. RIPLEY, Gertrude Olive (Elder) On December 20, 1981, Mrs. Gertrude Olive (Elder) Ripley of 406 Pleasantview Place passed away at the age of 78 years She leaves her daughter and son-m-law, Doreen and Sandy Miihgan. two grandchildren, John Miiligan and Mrs. Les (Marian) Johnson, two great grandchildren, her sisters; Mrs (Charles) Vera Gray. Mrs. Marion Walker all of Edmonton, Mrs Sylvia Merntt of Merntt. B.C.. Mrs Florence Huffman of Vancouver, B C . her brother; Vernon Taylor of Calgary. Her step-family, son Harold Ripley and wife Marjone of Calgary, daughter-in-law, Dorothy Page of In-nisfail. grandchildren; Frank Ripley of Dawson Creek, Judy Ripley. Mrs (Ken) Brenda Bracke all of Edmonton, Doreen Porter of California and four great grandchildren. Memorial service will be held on Tuesday December 22 at 3 30 p.m. from the Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel with Rev G. deVnes officiating. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the charity of donor's choice. Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel m charge of arrangements. 10541 81 Ave. Phone 432-1714 SEDLOWSKY, Alexander Michael On December 20. 1981 Mr. Alexander Michael Sedlowsky of Edmonton passed away at the age of 83 years. Survived by his loving wife Julia, three daughters and two sons: Helen Ewasiw and her husband Bill of Thorhild. Lydia Pastuzyk. Vera Protz and her husband John all of Edmonton. Taly and his wife Ann of Caiaary, Alex and his wife Maryann of Edmonton; 16 grandchildren. Prayers Tuesday December 22 at 6:30 p m at Park Memorial Chapel (9709 111 Ave). Funeral Services Wednesday December 23. at 10 00 a m. at St. Michaels Ukrainian Orthodox Church (12104 129 Ave). Reverend S. Semotiuk officiating with interment in St Michaels Cemetery. In leu of other tributes donations to the Canadian Cancer Society will be great'y appreciated Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapei on the Boulevard) 426-0050 Deaths 30 STUART, Mrs. Dorothy (Murray) On December 19. 1981, Mrs. Dorothy (Murray) Stuart of 109-. 14810-51 Avenue, widow of Dr. William Ross Stuart, passed away. She leaves to mourn her loss.; two sons, John and his wife," Marilyn Murray, Bruce and his wife, Valerie Murray all of Ed-.. monton. one daughter, Joan and-her husband, Robert Funton. of Calgary, one step son, James and his wife, Darlene Stuart "Of Edmontor two step daughters, Jane Stuart of Edmonton, Dortna and her husband, Mark Zimmerman of Devon, twelve grandchildren, one brother, William and his wife, Tory Hallett of Calgary, one sister. Lillian and her husband. Noble Torgerson of Vernon, B.C. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. at the Knox-Metfpolitan United Church. 8307-109 Street. Rev. J. Paul Mullen will officiate and, . cremation will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation." '. the Canadian Cancer Society or to an organization of the donor's , choice. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors a.ncT Licensed Crematorium. 428-6666. THOMPSON, Mr. Harold ., On December 19. 1981, Mr. Harold Thompson of Edmonton passed away at the age of 66 years. Survived by his loving wile Mary, one daughter Marilyn Rechlq & her husband Arthur of St. Albert, two grandchildren, Kim Elizabeth & Douglas Arthur. Predeceased by his parents. Mr. Thompson was formerly a supervisor of city building inspectors before being named Edmonton zoning officer. He was born in Regma and educated there as well as Saskatoon. He left the RCAF with the rank of flight lieutenant after five years of service. Prior to joining the city service in 1947, he was a drafting instructor at the University of Saskatchewan. He was Squadron Teacher of the 5.40 Squadron Air Cadets, Edmonton until 1952. He was a member, of the Knights ol Pythias Lodge. He became a Member with the American Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada after learning of his diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis in 1944, Charter Member and First Chairman of the Edmonton Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada in 1956, Charter Member and First President of the Prairie Division Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. 1969. Memorial Services, Tuesday, December 22, at 1:30 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709-1 1 1 Ave ). Rev. T. L. Leadbeater officiating with Cremation in the Park Memorial Crematorium. In lieu of other Tributes, donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada (Alberta Division) 620 Tegler Bldg. 10189-101 Street, Edmonton will be greatly appreciated. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators & Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard) 426-0050. VANOS. Mrs. Jessie Esther On December 19. 1981, Mrs. Jessie Esther Vanos of 10643 Hardisty Drive, passed away at the aye of 91 years. She leaves to mourn her loss, one daughter. Mrs, Jessie Ogil-vie of Edmonton; four grandchildren. John Ogilvie of Edmonton, Joan and her husband, Harry Sadnicki of Calgary, James Bourne of Calgary, and Ronald :and his wife Barbara Sue Bourne of Ottawa. Four great grandchildren. Mrs. Vanos was predeceased by her daughter, Irene Bourne and by a granddaughter, Patricia Ogilvie. ' Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday at 315 p.m. at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel. Rev J.J. Towers will officiate and cremation will follow Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors and Licensed Crematorium. 428-6666. VANSTONE, Joseph Ernest On December 18, 1981, Mr. Joseph Ernest Vanstone of Wetas-kiw;n. passed away at the ageof 77 years. He leaves to mourn his loss, his loving wife Gwen; son, Jackpot Grande Prairie. daughters. Marge Arndt of Valleyview, Jean Stannus of Sydney, Australia. Joan Dunn of Lethbndge, Carol Hay of Wetaskiwm, Pattie Ga-nske of Millet; step-son Ted Alberts of Sherwood Park; and 14 grandchildren. Predeceased by a son, Donald. Funeral services Tuesday, December 22nd at 1:00 p.m. from First United Church, Wetaskiwm. Reverend H Steele officiating. Interment Wetaskiwm Memorial Cemetery Donations may be given to the Alberta Heart Foundation Baker Funeral Chapel. Wetaskiwm. 1-352-2501 YOUNG. Mrs. Alice nee GIBBONS On December 18. 1981 Mrs Alice Maione Young nee Gibbons, suite 201. 12108-82 Street, age 62 years passed away. She leaves one daughter. Darlene Morrison, Edmonton, one son. Leonard Young, Grande Prairie, one sister, Mrs. Ben (Leona) Woodley. Edmonton, three brothers, Bill, Harry and Stan Gibbons all of Edmonton, also three grandchildren. Funeral Services. Tuesday. 1 p m at the Floral Chapeis (10011-114 Street) in the Prairie Lily Chapel Rev Leonard Murphy C Ss R will officiate and me interment will follow in Westlawn Cemetery ConneMy-McKmley I trt Phone 422-2222 i

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