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,r"""V. lWh K Pfv G2 THE EDMONTON JOURNAL, Wednesday, July 2, 1986 t I Teens hit the road to urge weapon ban By LYNDA SHORTEN t Journal Staff Writer Seventeen teenagers have taken to the highway to prove to provin-. rial legislators youth is serious "about having Alberta declared a nuclear weapons-free zone. The marchers, members of Youth for Peace, left Cold Lake Saturday and hope to hike the 180 miles to Edmonton in time for a 3 . p.m. peace rally on the legislative grounds July 13. !' "We're marching down the !' highway to get support because j ll' what else can you do," one of the I . march organizers said Monday. 1 Phillipa Beck said the group, which includes about 80 Edmon-j ton members, most of them high 1 1' school students, sent a petition to ! ' the Alberta government a year and i f a half ago. The petition, which de-j ; manded that Alberta join Mani-toba and Vancouver as self -dell clared nuclear-free zones, ended i up in the provincial archives. ) "We felt as youth we were being ! ignored . . . we've had promises ; from politicians from all parties i . which have been basically empty," Beck said. The July 13 date is symbolic, she " said, the closest the marchers j could come to July 16 the anni-i versary of the first atomic weapons ! test in the U.S. j And the group wanted to make sure that 1986, the UN's International Year of Peace "was not another farcical year," as was 1985's International Youth Year, according to Beck. The 17 plan to slog 15 miles a day, sleep in church basements and schools, and eat pot-luck suppers organized by church groups in the communities they pass tnrough. Attempts are being made to have the marchers meet with the MLAs for each of the constituen cies their walk will take them into, to demand that Alberta stop tests of the cruise missile and that Can ada take a strong stand on ban ning atomic weapons. Member of ENNUF (Edmonto-nians for a Non-nuclear Future) win join the marchers on the final leg of their trek from Namao to Edmonton. Search fails to find boy in Calgary CORRECTION In Woodward's Week, volume 3. Number 22, selling June 25-29, Page 11, Item H is not exactly as shown. Woodward's apologizes to its customers lor any inconvenience this error may have caused. F DMONTON uNEKfL ERVICES CARING NEED NOT BE EXPENSIVE Traditional Funeral Services Memorial Services Cremation Earth Burial Ccnpasaon and comfart because we irderfland 433-7270 10020 - 82 AVE The Edmonton Journal Box 2421, Edmonton T5J 2S6 Daily by currier in Metro Edmonton SI 75 oer week. outiide Metro Edmonton and motor routes, $1 .85 per week. uaiiy Dy moil m unrado and Armed forces addresses $220 per year, all other countries $600 per year. single Lopies Mon. thru Thurs. 25 Fri,, Sat. and Sun. 50 (Prices will differ outside Metro Edmonton oreo) A member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation Circulation Department 468-4010 Mon -Fri. 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m.. Sat. and Sun 6 a I I rrx Classified Advertising 428-1234 Mon -Fri. 6 a m -a p.m.. Sat 9 a m -5 p m. Retail Display Advertising 429-5400 Mon.-Fri. 8 30 a m -5:00 p.m. ' The Ombudsman John Brown 429-5225 Write The Ombudsman Box 2421 , Edmonton T5J 2S6 Newsroom 429-5200 CALGARY A massive door-to-door police search Tuesday failed to find a 4-year-old missing boy, a day and a half after he wan-, dered away from his mother while she was shopping in downtown Calgary. Jason King disappeared about 3:30 p.m. Monday while he and his mother were on the main floor of Toronto Dominion Square "One minute he was there and the next minute she turned around and he was gone," said Insp. Brian Larsen. The mother and security staff at I-D bquare looked for the boy but ne had vanished. On Tuesday, about 200 police officers, many working overtime, took photographs of the missing boy to businesses and knocked on doors of houses and apartments thoughout the downtown core. "We've got every available man out there, said Insp. Gordon Fer guson. Police called off their search shortly after dark but intended to renew it at first light today, Larsen said. Relatives of the missing boy were making inquiries of their own in the downtown area. "His mother and grandmother were out there at 4:30 this morning, driving around and calling his name, said Larsen. Civilians lent a hand in the search Tuesday night. Members of the Radio Emergency Association Citizens' Team co-ordinated - the volunteers on CB radios From the Calgary Herald B.C. boy tested for transplant VANCOUVER (CP) - A six- year-old B.C. boy is undergoing tests at a hospital in London. Eng land, to determine his suitability tor a heart and lung transplant. Matthew Ekroth of Tsawwas- sen, B.C., flew to London last rnuay wan nis parents to visit a team of doctors at Harfield hospi tal, which has performed similar heart-lung transplants. Ekroth s lungs are covered with scar tissue, which has reduced his lung capacity to about 30 per cent and has weakened his heart. Both organs must be replaced or the boy will die. A family spokesman in Vancou ver Tuesday said tests had begun tne previous day and doctors should know by the end of the week whether the double ore an transplant can proceed. Announcements Deaths 30 AMOS, Anna On June 29, 1986, Mrs. Anna Amos of Barr head passed away aged 67 years. She leaves to mourn her loss one daughter, Carol and son-in-law, Bill Lee of Camp oreex- o granddaughters, Rose Ann and Robin; iwo sisters and their husbands, Mrs, Ada and Andy O'Toole. Lethbridae. Mrs. Frances and Wayne Cameron, Arizona: two sister-in-iaws, Mrs. Elsie and husband Jack Adkins, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Mrs. Jean Amos, Vancouver. Mrs. Amos was predeceased by her husband John in August imoj ana granason benjamin in 1901. Funeral services were held in the Barrhead United Church on Tuesday, July 1 at 2:00 p.m. witn heverena David Pype officiating followed by cremation. If desired, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Barrhead Hospital Equipment i-uno. oenescn Funeral Home Tmant Funeral Directors of Barrhead in charge of arrange ments. i-e-4yau. BABIUK, George On June 29, 1986, Mr. George Babiuk of Ed monton ana Tormeriy ot Brosseau, passed away at the age of 79 years. Survived bv two sons and three daunhtsrs Orest (Linda) of Port Alberni, B.C., Victor of Thompson, Manitoba. Mrs. Victoria fAlex Warren of Edmonton, Mrs. Rose (Curtis) Kroschel of Rocky Mountain House, Mrs. Lorratte (Walter) Danyluk of Duvernay; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Predeceased by his wife, Katherine in 1964; brothers, Adam and Emmanuel in 1968 and Michael in 1983. Prayer services on Thursday, July 3 at 8:00 p.m. at the Park Dale Funeral Chapel, St. Paul. Funeral service on Friday, July 4 at 10:00 a.m. at the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, Mamiesti. Very Reverend Peter Zubritsky will officiate followed by interment in the church cemetery. Memorial contribu tions may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or to charity of donor's choice. Park Dale Funeral Home Ltd. St. Paul. 1-645-3902. Deaths 30 Deaths Digest Sports 429-5300 Sports Results 429-5222 THE BAY CORRECTION flyer insert in In our July Jamboree today's Journal, on: Page 2 'Wonderbra' 1137 at $11.29 is not available in size 40B. Page 5 Famous Maker Summer Co- ora s at w utt tne ticketed price, should read 40 Off the regular price. Not all groups or styles in all stores. Custom Size Spring Summer Co-ord's Save 40 off the ticketed price, should read 40 Off regular price. Not all groups or styles in ail stores. Page 11 Borsari Jelly & Jellies at 89 and $9.38 states all natural ingredients. The copy should read contains no alcohol or dyes. Page 12 13 The Footwear on these two pages, not all styles, sizes and colors available in all stores. Products featured are not exactly as shown. Page 13 The TX-3 athletic footwear and Stan Smith footwear at $14.99-$16.99 are shown in error. Page 28 Hugga Bunch Dolls at $17 99 are not available in all stores. Limited quantities are available. Pinsor & Battle Beetle at $9.99 are not available in the Edmonton region. Page 29 Capri Yarn at $3.29 per bai; is not available in our Camrose store I im- ited quantities are available in our other stores. Page 32 Pump for 3 Man Inflatable Boat should read regular $3.98, not $5.98 as stated. Four position lounge at $14 99 is not available in all stores, and onl available in limited quantities. Camp Chair at $7.99 is not available in all stores, and only available in limited quantities. 'Bays-port' Sleeping Bag at $59.99 is not avail able in all stores, and only limited quantities are available. Styrofoam cooler at $2.99 is not available in the Edmonton region. 'BavsDort' Cm. quet Set at $16.99 is not available in all stores, and only limited quantities are available. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused our Bay customers. THE BAY CORRECTION In our Price Busters fiver insert in todav's Journal, on Page 4 the Hitachi AMFM Stereo Package Model HTA25B at $689 is not exactly as pictured. The tape deck has only 1 Cassette deck. We regret any inconvenience this may cause our Bav customers. THE BAY CORRECTION In our July Jamboree flyer insert in today's Journal, on Page 24 the Jumbo comforters & duvet covers at $24.99 each are available in Downtown and Southaate only. The Caldwell & Cambridge Towels at $4.99-$1.49 the merchandise is not available. We regret any inconvenience this may cause our Bay customers. Conspiracy charge laid Police have charged a man in connection with an incident Saturday at Gainers in which an exploding arrow bounced off security guard s helmet. Police information officer Joy-Lynn Dorash said Joseph Bielh, 43, of Edmonton has been charged with conspiracy in relation the incident. He was to appear in court today. Processors stolen A crook lassoed a cattle trailer containing 2,910 Sun beam food processors. The food processors are worth $189,150 at wholesale prices and the truck is worth $86,000, said police information officer Joy-Lynn Do- rash. She said the truck and at tached cattle trailer were stolen sometime between 8 p.m. Mon day and 6 a.m. Tuesday from the parking lot of the Bonaven- ture Motor Inn at 12520 St. Al bert Trail. Contract signed T1 i ne provincial government has signed a two-year master agreement with its employees. The 35,000-member Alberta Union of Provincial Employees voted 87 per cent in favor of the agreement last week. It went into effect July 1. Man shot in leg A Fort MacKay man was shot in the leg apparently through a wall Tuesdav, sav Fort McMurray RCMP. The Mounties arrived at a Fort MacKay residence to find one man had been shot in the leg, apparently by a man in another room. A man has been charged with dangerous use of a firearm. Aircraft missing A twin-engined Mitsubishi was reported late and presumed miss ing somewhere near Dawson City, Yukon early Tuesday eve ning. Capt. Bob Hopper of Cana dian Forces Base Edmonton Search and Rescue said the air craft, carrying two pilots, was scheduled to arrive in Dawson at 7:30 p.m. Hazel improving Doctors at the University of Minnesota have decided to take a wait-and-see aDnroach in treating the lung complication that liver transplant patient Hazel Wapass developed last Saturday. The 16-month-old Edmonton girl was to have undergone chest physiotherapy Monday, but doctors decided to hold off because the child shows signs of improving, her mother said late Tuesday. BEG, Nisar BEG, Sabiha On June 28, 1986, Mr. Nisar Beg and his wife oauina passea away. They are survived by one son, Asad. Mr. Beg is also survived by six brothers and two sisters. Mrs. Beg is also survived by one Droiner and one sister. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday July 2, 1986 at 2:00 p.m. at the Al Rashid Mosque, 13070-113 Street. Imam Youssef oneon will officiate and interment will take place in the Beechmount Cemetery. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors ana Licensed crematorium. 428-6666. BERRY, Constable Scott Gordon On Sunday, June 29, 1986, Constable Scott Berry of Vermilion R.C.M.P. passed away at the age of 27 years. Scott is survived by his loving wife, Trish of Vermilion; his loving parents, Gerald and rauia berry ot Nanaimo, B.C.; two brothers twin brother, Paul of Tashsis, B.C. and older brother, Gerald and his wife Jody of Nanaimo; his sister, Meredith of Nanaimo; paternal grandmother, Kathleen Berry and maternal grandparents, Dawson and Minnie Gordon, all of Nanaimo. Funeral service in First United Church, Vermilion on Wednesday, July 2 at 11:00 a.m. witn Reverend David Terry Forbes officiating. Funeral service also in Brechin United Church, Nanaimo on Friday, July 4 at 1:00 p.m. with Reverend Warren Bruleiah nf. ficiating. Interment will be in Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens, Nanaimo. Arrangements by Mount Benson Funeral Home ltd 15; waiiace street, Nanaimo. B.C. 1-604-754-6811. Vermilion Funeral Service Ltd. in charge of all arrangements. 1-853-5815. BOOTH, Chrystal Chrystal Booth of Camrose and formerly of Wetaskiwin, died on Saturday. June 2fl lOftfi at the age of 27 years. Chrystal leaves to mourn her loving husband, Tom; her parents, Bill Young of am,uuyi arm june roung ot uaigary; two brothers and one sister-in-law. Michael and Norma Jean Young of Calgary, Rod Young and friend, Anne Pertus of Montreal; one sister, Barbara and friend, Lance Cole of Seebe; five nieces and nephews and grandmothers, Cora Starratt of Calgary and Marion Young of Nanton. Memorial service will be held Thursday, July 3, 1986 at 2.00 p.m. in Nanton United Church, with Reverend Rod McLeish officiating. Cremation has taken place. Memorial donations made to Edmonton Epilepsy Association would be appreciated. Mount Pleasant Funeral Chaoel of Camrose in care of arrangements. 30 Deaths 30 KLANCAR, Ludwig On June 26, 1986, Mr. Ludwig Klancar of Edmonton passed away at the age of 56 years. Survived by one son and one daughter, Tony and his wife Norma of Kamloops, Trisha Marie of Edmonton and numerous relatives in Yugoslavia. Memorial service Thursday, July 3, 1986 at iu:uu a.m. at Hark Memorial Chapel (9709-111 Avenue). Mr. Rodney Ketter officiating. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapel on the Boule vard). 426-0050. LASALLE, Amelia (Emily) Florence On June 29, 1986, Mrs. Amelia (Emily) Florence Lasalle (nee Hickie) of Edmonton passed away at the age of 65 years. She leaves to mourn her loss two sons, Christopher Thauberger of Morninville, Allan parson ot tomonton; two grandchildren, Blaine Thauberger of Winterburn, Tammy Lepard of Stettler and one great-granddaughter, Nikita, also three brothers and six sisters, Philip Hickie of Melville. Saskatchewan; Otto Hickie of Halifax, Nova Scotia; Robert Hickie of Saskatoon; six sisters, Elizabeth Baumgartner, Anne Marie Morhart, Clara Jurgens and Cecilia Broda, all of Mel- vme, saskatcnewan, Eva Baumgartner of St. Albert and Rose Czernick of Edmonton. She was predeceased by her husbands, Adam Joseph Thauberger on December 30, 1964 and Russell James Lasalle on October 7 1979. Prayers will be held Friday, July 4th at 7:00 p.m. in the Wild Rose Chapel of Connelly-McKinley Funeral Home, 10011-114 Street and a Mass of Christian Burial will take place Saturday, July 5th at 9:30 a.m. at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, 10661-82 Avenue witn Hignt Reverend W. A. Reynolds celebrant and interment to follow in Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of floral tributes, donations may be made to the Palliative Care Unit 6Y of the Edmonton General Hospital 11111 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton T5K 0L4 or the Canadian Cancer Society 11810 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton T5G 0X5. The Floral Chapels, Connelly-McKinley Ltd. Phone 422-2222. A DAKIN, Oscar J. On June 28, 1986, Mr. Oscar J. Dakin of Atmore, Alberta passed away at the age of 58 years. He is survived by his loving wife, Olga; one son and daughter-in-law, Ron and Shirley of Edmonton; one daughter, Judy of Atmore; one grandson, Christopher; his mother, Mrs! Elizabeth Dakin of Lac la Biche; one brother ana sister-in-law, Alvin and Dee of Wetaskiwin; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Bertha and Lou Edmonds of Edmonton, Helen and Dennis Amiot of Lac la Biche, Margaret and Wayne Findley of Sherwood Park. Prede ceased by his father Joseph, November 29 1977. Prayer service will be held Wednesday, July 2 at 7:30 p.m. from the Ukrainian Orthnrin Church in Grassland. Funeral service will be neia inursaay, July 3 at 10.00 a.m. from the Grassland Community Centre with Father Lome Kubin officiatinq. Interment to take place in the Grassland Cemetery. In lieu of floral tributes, donations may be made to the Alberta Lung Association, 10618-124 Street, Edmonton. Athabasca Funeral Sru. ices Co. Ltd. in charge of the arrangements. ELCHUK, William (Bill) On June 29, 1986. Mr. William (Bill) Elchuk nf Willingdon passed away at the age of 75 years. Survived by his lovinq wife. Pearl of Willina- don; two steodauahters. Mrs Kau (Potcri Ewasiuk of Edmonton. Mrs. Vickv Maodan7 of Vancouver, B.C.; six stepgrandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews: four broth ers and three sisters, Mike and his wife Lena of Edmonton, George and his wife Doreen of Surrey, B.C., John and his wife Ellen of Vancouver, B.C., Metro and his wife Olive of Bonnyville, Mrs. Jennie Skorevko and Mrs Anne (Nick) Andruik of Edmonton, Mrs. Mary (Bill) Baldowski of Bonnyville. Predeceased by his parents, son Willis and brother Alex n j , . . i rrayers vveanesaay, July 2 at 8:00 p.m. at the Willingdon Recreation Centre. Funeral service Thursday. July 3 at 10.00 a.m. at st Nicholas Orthodox Church, Desjarlais. Reverend S. Keaschuk will officiate with interment to follow in the church cemeterv. In lieu of other tributes, donations may be made to the charity of one s choice. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (Vegreville). 632-2011. MANNING, William Keith William Keith Manning, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Manning, born May 2, 1939 died June 29, 1986 at the University Hospital at the age of 47 years. He is survived by his wife, Marilyn; his mother and father and brother, Preston and his wife Sandra. Funeral service will be held on Thursday July 3, 1986 at 2:00 p.m. in the Fundamental Baptist Church (10727-114 Street, Edmonton), with Pastor Dale Snyder officiating. Interment to follow in Evergreen Memorial Gardens. In lieu of other tributes, the family lOMuoais uunations 10 ine tjiaeon Memorial Dioies (S1&-109A Street, Edmonton). Arrangements are entrusted to the Chapel of Chimes (Roy and Owen) Funeral Home and Licensed Crematorium. (Telephone 423-4262). NACHWOSTACH, Nick On June 30, 1986, Mr. Nick Nachwostach of vegrevine passed away at the age of 76 years. Survived by his loving wife, Pauline; relatives in ine Ukraine. Divine Liturgy Thursday! July 3 at 10:00 a m at Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church Vegreville. Basilian Father will officiate with interment to follow in Riverside Cemetery. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (Vegreville). 632-2011. NEUMAN, Valerie Jean On June 30, 1986. Valerie Jean Neuman of the Allen Gray Auxiliary Hospital, Edmonton passed away at the age of 30 years. She is survived by her loving parents, Ewald and Clara Neuman of Leduc; one sister Judy and her husband Edwin Stang and children, Julie and Justin, all of Ponoka and also by many relatives and friends. Funeral service will be held on Friday July 4 1986 at 1:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church' Leduc (Rural), with Reverend Norman Dreger officiatinq. Interment to follow in th Leduc Cemetery. If friends and relatives so desire, donations may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada (11203-70 Street, Edmonton). Hainstock and Son Funeral Chapel in charge of all arrangements. 10541-81 -Avenue. Phone 432-1714 EATON'S RECORD BREAKING DAYS FLYER Due to supplier delivery problems the fol- luwirig item is not as illustrated. Should be: 2 x 170 ml SIZE AFTER SUN MOISTURIZER S4.74 This item has been illustrated in a 350mL size. Paae 21 Item H FA TOM'S tomcKi Beef Tenderloin SHOULD READ: PERSONAI iHOPPiwr. ONLY Paae 23 ftemfil Asm anH pouaic PRICE PADERNO STAINLESS COOKWARE. NOT ALL ITEMS AMII ARI P at ai i STORES. WHILE QUANTITIES LAST Page 23 Item(i) P and R THE ILLUSTRATIONS HAVE BEEN TRANSPrKFn anrl the copy of these two Items SHOULD READ. "P" 1.5 L Clear Pie Plate; "R" PATISSERIE PIE PLATE Inadvertently, the errors llsrl ahiw Haw appeared In our advertising. We sincerely icyici tiy uiiunvenience or confusion to our customers. EATON'S A Sooko CORRECTION NOTICE RE: HOME FURNISHING CONTINUES flyer inserted in the Edmonton Journal July 2, 19B6. Some merchandise in this section may not be available in some of our stores. Paoe 1) Due to floor space St. Albert will not have the 2 pee. Sectional at $549, 3 Section Entertainment Centre at S199 and $239, or the Entertainment Centre at $499. Due to shipping problems all 5 stores will not have the Cheval Mirror at $139. or the Oak Veneer Tables at $139 each, raincheck will be issued on those. P9 2) Due to floor space St. Albert will not have the Colonial Tables at $159 each. Tradition Tables at $159 each or the Contemporary Tables at $219 each. Page 3) Due to floor space St. Albert will not have the 5 pee. Dinette Set at $349. 2 pee Buttet S Hutch Suite at $689, 5 pee. Dining Room Suite at $499, Buffet at $429 5 pee Dinette Set at $329. Entertainment Centre at $369, 3 pee Wall Unit at $1099 7 Pee. High Back Dinette Set should read Chrome Frames and not Hardwood Frames. Page 4) St Albert store does not carry any of the items illustrated on this page 2 pee Mattress and RnHSnrinn RAta mut n. will be taking special orders on these items. rage 3) st. Albert will not have the 4 pee. French Provincial Siiiia at cqaq ern 4 pee. Bedroom Suite at aaq Pag 7) St Albert will not have the 13 cu ft. rituyv ai rH or me ju nange at Jar9. Pag 8) The St Albert store will not have YORX Home Entertainment fntra at C19QQ We apologize lor any inconvenience this may have caused to our valued customers. HEALEY (nee Sloboda), Sophie Emily On June 30, 1986, Mrs. Sophie Emily Healey of Edmonton passed away after a coura geous battle with heart disease. &he is survived by her loving daughter uiane Malheson of Edmonton; her loving mother, Mrs. Anne Sloboda of St. Michael, Alta.; five sisters and two brothers Mrs. Jean (John) Fielder and Mrs. Alexandra (Michael) Danysh of Edmonton, Mrs. Josephine (Alex) Yakimishyn of Wostok, Mrs. Florence (Albert) Stelmach of Andrew, Mrs. Carol (Larry) Race of Ponoka, Victor Sloboda of bt. Michael, Peter Sloboda of Calgary. Predeceased by her husband Reginald; son-in-law Colin; father Joseph and brothers, Frank and Nestor. Prayers Wednesday, July 2 at 9:15 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel, 9709-111 Avenue. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, July 3 at i u.uu a.m. at tne unurcn ot tne Hesurrection, 1O555-50A Street. Reverend L. Pederson officiating with cremation to follow in Park Memorial Crematorium. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapei on the Boulevard). 426-0050. H0YT, William Christopher On June 28, 1986, Chris Hoyt of Stony Plain, Alberta passed away at the age of 17 years. He leaves to mourn his passing his loving parents, Bill and Hazel; two brothers, Mike of Stony Plain and Rick of Edmonton; grandparents, Percy and Rita Pinnell of Dundalk, Ontario; many aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives and friends. Friends wishing to pay their respects may do so Wednesday, July 2, 7:00-9:00 p.m at Parkland Funeral Services, 4801-51 Avenue oiuny nam. t-unerai service will be held Thursday, July 3 at 1:00 p.m. at the Stony Plain United Church with Reverend Gordon Crossfield officiating, interment to follow in the Spruce Grove Community Cemetery. Should friends so desire, donations to a Minor Hockey Memorial Fund, in Chris's name, would be appreciated. Parkland Funeral Services in care of arrangements. 963-2520. PARK, Angus On June 28, 1986, Mr. Angus Park of Edmonton passed away at the age of 84 years. He leaves to mourn his loss his loving wife, Velma; one son and one daughter, Ron and his wife Renee, Edmonton, Lorene and her husband Ernie Silverton, St. Albert; five grandchildren, Janet Park, Donna (Ron) Interman Karen Park, Lori Silverton, Ron Silverton; one great-granddaughter, Jenna Interman; mree step-grandchildren, Barbara, David and Mark; one brother, Jimmy (Selma) Park-three sisters, Annabelle Heddleston, Alice (Ab) Burr, Mimie Brown; two sisters-in-law Mary Park and Dolly Park. Mr. Park was a life member of Unity Lodge 51 AF and AM Funeral service Thursday, July 3, 1986 at 1 :30 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709-1 1 1 Avenue). Reverend L. Musto officiating with interment in Evergreen Cemetery. All tributes gratefully declined. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). 426-0050. A PARK, Angus All members of Unity Lodge 51 are requested to attend the funeral of our late Brother Angus Park on Thursday, July 3 at 1:30 M at rarK Memoria Charm 9909-111 Avenue. No reqalia. Gil Grobel, W.M. KEYES, John Bernard On June 29, 1986, Mr. John Bernard Keyes of Chipman passed away at the age of 80 years. He is survived by his wife, Ann; two sons. Lvle and his wifa Shirley of Seattle, Washington, Roy French and his wife Ann of Penhold: nranrichilrlran and great-grandchildren; one brother, George of Richmond, B.C.; five sisters, neien, Agnes and Peaav. all of North Van couver, Kay of Peachland, B.C. and Olive of Regina. Mr. Keyes was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 27 in Fort Saskatchewan and a member of the Armv Navy, Alrforce Veteran's Association. Funeral service will be held on Thursday at i.uu u.m. ai ine t-oster ana Mr.tianav Funeral Chapel, 10008-103 Street. Reverend William Graham will officiate and interment will take place in the Beechmount Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society at 11810 Kingsway Avenue. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors and Licensad Crematorium. 428-6666. PEARSON, Edwin P. On Friday, June 27, 1986 Edwin P. Pearson of Edmonton passed away. He is survived by his loving wife Alice- one son Douglas and his wife Lynne of Edmonton; one daughter Arlene Showers of Van couver, b.o.; tour grandchildren: Bradley, Craig, Kevin, Shannon; one sister; one sister-in-law and numerous nieces and nephews all of Sweden, Mr. Pearson was a former contractor in Edmonton on the smith. side. Those wishing to pay their respects may uo bu on vveanesaay, July z, 1986 from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel. Funeral service will be held On Thnroiiau July 3, 1986 at 2:00 p.m. at the Holy Spirit Lutheran Church (11223 - 51 Avenue Edmonton) with Reverend Jack Larson officiating. Interment to follow in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery. If friends and relatives so de sire, Donations may be made to the Holy Spirit Lutheran Church Building Fund. Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel in charge of all arrangements. 10541 - 81 Avenue. Phone 432-1714. RETZER, Berthold (Bert) On June 29, 1986, Mr. Bert Retzer of Edmonton passed away suddenly at the age of 27 years. He leaves to mourn his father, Edward Retzer and his mother, Alice Look, both of Edmonton; his two brothers, Gerald and Harvey and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Florentine Retzer, all of Edmonton. Funeral service on Thursday, July 3 at 6:30 p.m. at South Side Memorial Chapel. Reverend Friedmut Wilhelm officiating with cremation to follow. South Side Memorial Chapel. Patterson Mittelstadt Justik Funeral Directors. 83 Avenue and 104 Street. 432-1601. ROONEY, James On June 30, 1986, Mr. James Rooney of 1112-87 Street, Edmonton passed away at the age of 46 years. He is survived by his loving wife, Jean; son, John of Edmonton; daughters, Elaine and her husband Ron Bartels of Edmonton, Margaret Anne and Sharon at home, also one granddaughter, Nicole; his loving moth er, Mrs. Margaret Kooney of Scotland and one brother, John of Scotland. He was predeceased by his father John. Prayers will be held on Wednesday, July 2, 1986 at 7:30 p.m. at South Side Memorial Chapel (8310-104 Street). Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, July 3, 1986 at 9:30 a.m. at Assumption Roman Catholic Church (9040-95 Avenue) with Reverend Basil Butts the celebrant. Interment will follow in St. Anthony's Cemetery. South Side Memorial Chapel. Patterson Mittelstadt Justik. Funeral Directors. (83 Avenue and 104 Street). 432-1601. SMAILL, John McEwen (Mac) On June 29, .1986, Mr. John McEwen (Mac) Smaill of Edmonton passed away at the age of 86 years. He was predeceased by his wife Edith in November. 1984 and is survived by one brother, Hugh of Strathroy, Ontario; two sisters, Lexie Balkwell of Calgary and Jessie Henderson of Canton, New York; many nieces and nephews. Mr Smaill was a member of Unity Lodge 51, A.F. and A.M. Funeral service will be held on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel, 10008-103 Street. Reverend William Graham will officiate and cremation will take place in the Foster and McGarvey Crematorium. Friends wishing to pay their respects may do so at the funeral chapel on Friday from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to an organization of the donor's choice. Foster and McGarvey Limited Funeral Directors and Licensed Crematorium. 428-6666 TALLY, Kathleen On June 29th, 1986, Mrs. Kathleen Tally of Westlock passed away at the age of 82 years. She is survived by one son, Elsley Tally of St. Albert and one daughter, Milicent Young of Pickardville; six grandchildren; seven greatgrandchildren; three sisters, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Tally was predeceased by her husband, Ivan; two sons; three grandchildren; two brothers and one sister. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, July 3rd at 2:00 p.m. in the Westlock Funeral Chapel. Reverend Philip Sharren officiating with interment in the Busby Cemetery. Donations gratefully accepted to the Canadian Diabetic Association, co Box 7, Westlock. Westlock Funeral Home, Johnson, Jones and Anderson Funeral Directors in charge of arrangements. Phone 1-349-3474. TANG, Edwin Francis On June 28, 1986, Mr. Edwin Francis Tang of Edmonton, formerly of Trinidad, passed away at the age of 49 years. Survived by his loving wife, Kam Tao; four sons and one daughter, David, Desmond, Deborah, Andrew and Anthony, all of Edmonton; his loving mother, Mrs. Kam Sue Tang of Edmonton. Funeral service Thursday, July 3, 1986 at 3:00 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel (9709-111 Avenue). Reverend J. Mung officiating. Cremation will follow in the Park Memorial Crematorium. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). 426-0050. VANDENHOUTEN, Marie Theresa Of Edmonton passed away at the age of 76 years. Survived by her husband, Jules; three daughters and five sons, Helen Waugh and her husband Ross of Baldur, Manitoba, Ruby Tenpas and Frank Henrv of Ridae Valiaw Julene and her husband Mitch Gora of Edmonton; Ivan and Frank Laclercq of Edmonton, Art and his wife Annette Laclercq of Bon Accord and Roger and Lillian Laclercq of Redwater, Alen and Darlene Laclercq of Wetaskiwin; one brother and sister-in-law, Gas-pard and Gabrielle Henry of Barrhead; brother-in-law, Eddy Vandenhouten and his wife Alice of Whitecourt; sister-in-law, Mariette Cunningham and her husband Gordon of Edmonton; two cousins; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; other relatives and friends; son-in-law, Karel Tenpas. rrayers Wednesday, July 2 at 8:00 p.m at Park Memorial Chapel, 9709-111 Avenue. Funeral service Thursday, July 3, 11:30 a.m at Park Memorial Chapel. Reverend M. Heff-ernan officiating with interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of other tributes, donations to the Alberta Heart Foundation or to the Alberta Cancer Foundation, Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators and Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard). 426-0050. WALKER, Caroline On June 29, 1986, Mrs. Caroline Walker of Edmonton, formerly of Sidney, Nova Scotia, passed away at the age of 88 years. She leaves to mourn one daughter, Sheilah and her husband John Nearing of St. Albert; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mrs. Walker was predeceased by her husband Daniel in 1976. There will be a Memorial Mass at the Grey Nuns Centre (9810-165 Street) on Wednesday, July 2 at 2:00 p.m. Burial will take place in the family plot in Sidney, Nova Scotia. The St. Albert Funeral Home, Andrews-McLaughlin Ltd. 458-2222. POPP (Carmlchael), Kathleen Patricia On June 27, 1986, Mrs. Kathleen Patricia Popp (Carmichael) passed away at the age of 64 years. She is survived by one daughter and one son, Margaret Mills and James Carmichael, both of Edmonton, Alberta, also four sisters and two brothers, Muriel McCue, Rachal Careless, Doris Bauer, Gertrude Sanderson, Leonard Wylie and Stanley Wylie. A memorial service will be held on Friday, July 4th at 1:00 p.m. from Howard and McBride's Chapel with Reverend Harold Alston officiating. If friends so desire memorials may be made to Canadian Cancer Society, 9907-108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5H 1A5 or to the Society for the Retired and Semi-Retired, 10004-105 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1C7. Howard and McBnde Funeral Services (Downtown 109 Street and Jasper Avenue). 422-1141. WILLIAMS, Margaret Male -; On June 28, 1986, Mrs. M. Maie Williams of St. Albert, formerly of Calgary, passed away at the age of 84 years. She leaves to mourn her daughter, Mrs. Shirley M. Kelly of Edmonton; four grandsons, Pat, Bill, Jim and Mike, also eight great-grandchildren. Mrs. Williams was predeceased by her husband Claude in 1981. Funeral service will be at St. Albert Funeral Home (Highway 2 and St. Vital Avenue) on Thursday, July 3, 1986 at 3:30 p.m., With Reverend Leonard J. Musto officiating. Interment will take place on Friday, July 4 at 3:00 p.m. in Calgary at Queen's Park Cemetery. In lieu of other tributes, memorial contributions made directly to the Canadian Cancer Society, 11810 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton T5G 0X5 would be appreciated! St. Albert Funeral Home Andrews-McLaughlin Ltd. Phone 458-2222. YOUNG, Norman Edward i un tunaay, June 29, 1986, Mr, S Norman Younq of Edmonton ai. Dena passed away at the age of 59 years. He leaves to mourn his loss his lovinq wife. Vera- four hmtharc Bob of Victoria, B.C., Jack and Gordon, both of Winnipeg, Manitoba and Alvin and his wife Lorraine of Eden, Manitoba, as well as twn sisters, Edna and husband Bill Lynch of Victoria, B.C. and Pearl and husband Bill Burke of Chase, B.C. Norman was predeceased by his sister Ella Dodman in 1985 and brother-in-law AI Dodman. ( Funeral service will be held on Wednesday July 2, 1986 at 2:00 p.m. in the Chapel of oiiiiiiBs iiuisnuo street, Edmonton) Cremation will follow in the Chapel of Chimes Crematorium. In lieu of other tributes, donations may be made to the charity wi0 v,muii.c. wrangemenis are entrusted to the Chapel of Chimes (Roy and Owen) Funeral Home and Licensed Crematorium Courtesy parking on the north side of the Chapel. (Telephone 423-4262).

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