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BEST OOPY AVAILABLE B4 The Edmonton Journal, Thursday, February 10, 1994 Alberta Etlein holding back m Csigary council DAVID STEIN HART Calgary Herald Calgary The provincial government was accused this week of "scheming" to Okeep federal infrastructure money out of Calgary. Premier Ralph Klein is lagging far behind other provinces in the dispersal of both information and funds for the program, John Schmal, who chairs the city's finance and budget committee, said Tuesday. And Klein's procrastination could have a huge effect on summer employment, he said. The infrastructure deal could be worth about $160 million in work in Calgary over the next two years. Under the $2-billion program, the federal government distributes money based on a province's population and unemployment rate; the province and municipalities then match that amount "We need to know about the program and we need to know now," said Schmal, who just returned from Ottawa, where the program was discussed in a Federation of Canadian Municipalities meeting. The province has said it will endorse the program, but hasn't said when it will do so. "The prime minister has said he wants to see shovels in the ground in Alberta and he wants to see all infrastructure work started," Schmal said. He added that it's an odd situation that Alberta has not yet signed a deal because most, if not all, oth- er provinces have already officially endorsed the program. Quebec, for example, inked a $1.6-billion job creation deal with Ottawa this week to create up to 65,000 jobs over two years. "I fear he (Klein) is scheming and holding back on us because in order to pay for our share of the in Doctors mount campaign to save Calgary hospital ROBERT WALKER Calgary Herald Calgary Four hundred doctors at Calgary General Hospital are mounting their own campaign to save the Bow Valley Centre, one of three city hospitals threatened with closure. They are supporting the campaign launched at a public rally Tuesday night of more than 300 angry Bridgeland and city residents to back the survival of inner-city hospitals. "We are supporting the community with as much objective inform Nicaraguan heart patient must go home Calgary Herald Calgary The hole in her heart has been fixed, but a 38-year-old Nicaraguan woman's fervent desire to stay in Canada remains unfulfilled. Maria Magdalena Bendana has been told she must leave the country' by May 6, following successful surgery at the Foothills Hospital for a heart defect. The $9,000-to-$12,000 bill for her eight-day treatment has been covered entirely by public donations and guarantees from supporters who have rallied to her cause. Now recuperating with her seven-year-old daughter in the home of a Red Deer family, "she's feeling a lot of uncertainty," Therese Dion, of the Central Alberta Immigrant Women's Association, said Wednesday. The Canada Immigration deportation order "is really looming down on her," she said. Calgary immigration manager Richard Caron confirmed Bendana was given a 12-week extension to her deportation order to allow her to recover from the major surgery- "Then she must go . . . she's used all the recourses available." Efforts to keep Oilers wins Yuen volunteer honor Journal Staff Edmonton The president of Edmonton Northlands has been honored by Canada's exhibition and fair industry for his part in trying to keep the Oilers hockey club here. Gerry Yuen, 53, w as named volunteer of the year by the Canadian Association of Exhibitions at the conclusion of its 67th annual convention Monday at the Westin Hotel. He won the honor "in recognition of his unending efforts amidst relentless media scrutiny to help Edmonton retain its NHL franchise," Northlands said in a press release. How successful those talks are is unknown. Negotiations are cloaked under a blackout of the media Yuen was not nominated by an Alberta fair association, said a Northlands official. frastructure program, he will have to make other cuts to balance it off," said Schmal, adding those cuts could come in police and transport ation grants. Klein shrugged oil the com plaints. "We've signed on. We've said w e're going to do it "It's a matter of the minister (Ken Kowalski) now preparing a program as to how we're going to participate. He has been, to my knowledge, communicating with va rious municipalities as to how we can develop a co-ordinated approach." Aldermen should "work with the minister," if they have concerns, said Klein. The province hasn't settled specifics about how it will pay for the infrastructure program, including the possibility of raising money by cutting provincial grants, he said. Aid. David Bronconnier said Klein is skirting the entire infrastructure issue. "I find it amazing that he can make these provincial cuts and yet won't put his signature on a document that could in essence create tens of thousands of jobs over 24 months," said Bronconnier. "I think he's trying to avoid putting any new money into it" Schmal said other provinces have already set up infrastructure management committees to analyse the program, but Alberta has yet to do so. The prov ince has until Feb. 28 to come up with its share of infrastructure money. Some $71 million worth of capital projects planned by the city have been delayed until that date. Many budgeted projects including about $1 million in police station upgrading, an Emergency Medical Services satellite station. North East Sportsplex pool renovations and road work could qualify for infrastructure funding. ation as we can," medical staff president Dr. Wendy Tink said earlier Tuesday. Tuesday night, residents echoed doctors' concerns at the meeting. Ken Morris, a resident from the northeast outskirts, was concerned that if Bow Valley trauma closed, it would take longer for ambulances from his area and the airport to get to other emergency departments "and that could cost lives." "Bow Valley is the finest trauma centre in southern Alberta and we are talking about closing it Why fix it when it's not broken? That is my big question," asked Dean Zemai-taitis. FLYER CORRECTIONS Price I effective thru Sunday, Feb. 13th, 1994. Pag 7 - REVLON RESULTS CORRECTIVE MOISTURIZERS Should have been shown 35 50rni tubs Page 8 TROPHY DRY ROASTED PEANUTS - Incorrectly rtustratad. Page 13 MICROSOFT OFFICE 4.0 Does not include Access VI I database program. Page 16 - BRAUN AROMATIC COFFEE GRINDER - (reelect savings shown. Page 18 CASTROL SYNTEC MOTOR OIL -Size should have been shown as .946 Litre. Page 23 - TECHPRO SOUND MIXER BVG-70 Does not include microphone and cables. London Drugs regrets any inconvenience this may have caused their customers. the ay CORRECTION NOTICE In our B1-2 Valentine flyer. Girls' 2-14 Real Clothes Anorak on page 24; Tricolour 5. Two-tone Coloured Stemware on page 41 will be late -rainchecks will be available. Boys' Bauer socks on page 28 should have read "Save $3". Our reg. 5.99 pk. Sale 210.48 'After mfr. 1.50 mail-in rebate, 28.98". M&M's Plain & Peanut on page 30 will not be available for this promotion. In our B1-2A Super Thursday Sale flyer, Beaumark Floor Sample Clearance on page 4 should have read "Beaumark Freezers Floor Sample Clearance". Sorry for any inconvenience this may have C3'jd. The Edmonton "Journal Have we got news for you! Box 2421, Edmonton TSJ 2S6 WgMy home oetrverJ m Metro Edmonton $2 so Wt?ety home oX'vered ouVi3e Metro Edmonton $3 06. Weetty home delivered by Motor Routes $3 20 Oa'iy ftv mmi in Canada and Armed Fore addresses M?8 per year, eti other countries Pr jrear Sing copes Moo thru Thur 50c Fn SjI and Sun 75c fpices n difer ottswie Metro Edmonton aeat A member t the Audit Bureau ol Circulation Reader Sate A Service Department teperfenent i i ilir-3B I 498-5500 IWiJfl fp-Sc Sat and Sun Cleaeffied Advertising 42S-1234 Mgr. -Fn 8i--emSaiS-5pw Closed Sundays Contract Advertising 429-3888 Mon-Fn t X- a-430 pf Beta Dfapla Adverttsing 429-5400 Man-Fn 3G am-SX pft Reader Response Line 429-5225 Spc 429-5300 Spord Results 429-5222 28 BISCHLER, William Nothing can ever take away. The love a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger every day. Remembrance keeps him near. On February 7, 1994, Mr. William Bischler of Edmonton, passed away at the age of 65 years Survived by his loving wife, Vallery; six children, Garry (Pat) of Edmonton, Oarrell of Cold Lake. Deb (Ron) VanDonkervoort of Boyle, Joyce (Jim) Broda, Rickey (Bea). and Darcy, all of Edmonton; four grandchildren. Crystal, Jeremy, Brandon and Ashley: five brothers and five sis ters, August Bischler of Saskatoon, Jack Bischler of Hoibien, Saskatchewan, Edward Bischler of St. Albert, Henry Bischler of Sheiibrook, Saskatchewan, Roy Bischler of St. Albert, Millie Fox of Lloydminster, Christine Flager of Parksville, B.C.. Louise Betker of Cranbrook. B C, Carol Lebid of Leduc and Pat Chatlen of Lang ley, BC. Predeceased by his parents; one brother, John and two sisters, Polly and Rena. Funeral Service Saturday. February 12 at 10 00 a.m. at Park Memorial Chapel. 9709-1 1 1 Avenue. Pastor LF. Schoepp officiating Cremation will follow in the Park Memorial Crematorium. In lieu of other tributes, donations may be made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta, 10985-124 Street. Edmonton T5M 9Z9. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators 4 Di rectors (The Chapel on the Boulevard) 426-0050. BLAKE, W. Stan W Stan Blake, formerly of Picton, Ontario, died peacefully at home on February 8, 1994 at age 90. For the past seven years Stan had lived at the home of his daughter, Bettianne Hayward in Edmonton. He is survived by two brothers, Vic and Gordie of Ontario; his two daughters, Bettianne and Heather Davis plus two sons, Bill and Bob Blake, the latter three reside in Ontario. There are 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Interment will be in Picton. Ontario. Hainstock Son Funeral Chapel, 10541 81 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta 432-1714. BOLES, Lena On February 6, 1994. Mrs Lena Boles, formerly of Woodstock, Ontario, passed away peacefully at the Sherwood Park Nursing Home in her 99th year. She will be lovingly remembered by her daughter, Lois and her husband, James Ennis of Sherwood Park; son, Melvin Boles and wife. Amy; ten grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, William Boles and daughter, Agnes Muir of Embro, Ontario. Funeral Services will be held in Woodstock, Ontario later this week. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sherwood Park Nursing Home, 2020 Brentwood Boulevard, Sherwood Park T8A 0X1. BRISTOW, Jack Walter On February 8th, 1994. Mr. Jack Walter Bristow passed away at the age ot 80 years. Jack is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Robena (Ruby). Jack was a loving father to Barbara Bristow of Edmonton. Jack also leaves to mourn his loss, his sister Fd'th and his brother Jim both of Edmonton, as well as numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Jack had a long time association with the aviation industry. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 12th at 1 00 pm at Hainstock and Son Funeral Chapel. 10541-81 Avenue with Reverend Ken Mew officiating It was Jack's request that all floral and memorial donations be gratefully declined. Hainstock and Son Funeral Chapel Phono 432-1714. BROCDEN, Robert Samuel "Bob" On February 8. 1994 Mr. Bob Brogden of Edmonton passed away at the age of 67 years. Bob is survived by his loving wife, Elaine; two sons and seven daughters, Lois Steven of Edina, Minnesota. Debbie (Glen) Marsh, Colleen Atkinson, Greg (Joyce) and Heather (Nick) Demchuk of Edmonton. Faye (Mike) Bond of Kelowna. B C. and Maureen (Doug) Burant of Kelowna. B.C.. Brad (Bev of Edmonton. Lynne (George) Svarc of Peachland. B.C.; 17 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; his mother, Mamie Brogden of Glenboro, Manitoba: two brothers; and tour sisters. Funeral Service Friday, February 11 at 3 00 pm. at the Chapel of Howard & McBride Westlawn, 16310 Stony Plain Road. Pastor Dennis Killoran will officiate, followed by interment in Westlawn Memorial Gardens If friends so desire, donations may be made to a charity of one s choice Howard McBride Westlawn Chapel. Telephone 484-5500. CAMPBELL, John Dunsmuir John Dunsmuir Campbell, aged 60 years, passed away February 6, 1994 in Edmonton John is survived by one sister, Anne (John) Kabatoff. two brothers, Bill (Beth), and Bob (Sheila); three nephews. Jeff (Kim) Campbell, Grant Campbell. Robert Kabatoff; five nieces, Heather (Jim) Eddy. Carolyn (Bill) Carr, Janelle Campbell. Lori (Claudio) Perrella, and Jocelyn Kabatoff. all of Calgary: and his special friends, Helen and Joe Boychuk of Edmonton. He was predeceased by his mother and father, Marian and Donald Campbell: and one sister, Mary. A family service will be held at a later date. Cremation and arrangements in care of Foster's Garden Chapel Funeral Homo, 3220-4 Street N.W, Calgary. Directors. Telephone 1-297-0888. CATLING, Marie Alevine Georgianna "Emma" On February 8. 1994. (Emma) Mane Alevine Georgianna Catling of St. Joseph's Auxiliary Hospital in Edmonton. Alberta, passed away at the age of 86 years She leaves to mourn her loss one son, George J. and his wife, Regma Catling of Edmonton; seven grandchildren and 12 greatgrandchildren; two sisters, Josephine Bistow of Edmonton and Agnas Thibeaudau of Buckingham. Quebec She was predeceased by her husband, George Bishop Catling and her son. Herb Catling Funeral Mass will be held on Friday at 1 00 p.m. at the Foster & McGarvey Funeral Chapel. 10008-103 Street, with Father Walter Laliberty officiating. Cremation to follow in the Foster & McGarvey Crematorium. Friends and relatives wishing to pay their respects, may do so on Thursday evening from 7 00 p m to 9 00 p m. at the Foster & McGarvey Funeral Chapel A special thank you to Dr. Kavanagh and all the staff at St. Joseph Auxiliary Hospital for the extra special care they gave Mom (Granny) during her stay at St. Josephs. Foster a McGarvey Limited. Funeral Directors and licensed Crematorium, 428-0666. CHRISTENSON, Ingrid On February 6. 1994 Ingnd Christenson passed away at the age of 92 years Born in Kragero. Norway May 27. 1901 she passed away peace fully on February 6. 1994 She was predeceased by her husband. Andrew; son. Wesley: an infant daughter: grandson. Rick; and great-grandson. Richard She is survived by her tovmg children, Vernon (Anne). Lloyd (Joyce). Earl (Vi). Ron (Isabel) of Edmonton, and Ray. Bea Hemmingson (Harry), Lorraine Prchard (Vernon). Dolores Halisky (WaHy) of Vancouver, and 27 grandchildren and 34 greatgrandchildren. A'so surviving are one brother. Adolt Johnson (Came) and one sister. Heien Piper of B C : a'so sisters-in-law. Margaret Johnson of B C and Beverly Johnson of Ontaio. Funeral services will be held Friday, February 11. 1994 at 1.00 p m at Calvary Lutheran Church, 10815-76 Avenue. Pastor Paul Ouist officiating. Interment wiH take P'ace at G'enwood Memorial Gardens In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a chanty of your choice South Side Memorial Chapel, Directors of Funeral Ser vices, 8310-104 Street, Edmonton. Phone 432-1601. Obituaries AemoeMceiMeinits Obituaries 26 CONNOR, Michael (Mike) Mr Michael (Mike) Connor ot Cremona - Sundre area, passed away February 6, 1994 at the age of 58 years. He spent his life in the oil field and his retirement farming. Michael leaves to mourn his loving wife, Mane; Mike s family: brothers and sisters, Mary (Jim), Kay (Ted), Jack, Joe (Rose), Mona, Theresa (Vernon), Richard (Shirley), Dan (Rosemarie), Edward (Linda): and Aunt Edna and Joyce. Marie s family: Parents, Victor and Miida; brothers and sisters: Al (Marlene), Roger (Linda), Victoria (Garnet), Jocelyn (Brian), Mark (Janice), Timothy; and many loving nieces, nephews and a world of friends. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 12, 1994 at 2:00 p.m. from the Mountain View Funeral Chapel, Olds with Reverend Richard Mclnnes officiating. Cremation. A period of visitation will begin on Saturday, February 12, 1994 at 11:00 a m. from the Mountain View Funeral Chapel Olds, for individuals wishing to pay their last respects. If friends desire, in lieu of flowers, memorial tributes may be made to the Sundre Hospital Palliative Care Fund, Bag 3, Sundre, Alberta TOM 1X0. Mountain View Funeral Chapels, Olds, entrusted with arrangements. Ph 556-3223. ELKOW, Mary On February 7, 1994, Mrs. Mary Elkow of Two Hills, Alberta passed away at the age of 91 years. She touched the hearts of everyone and will be missed by all. She leaves to mourn four daughters and one son, Mary (Mac) Paulichuk of St. Paul, Alberta, Helen (Nick) Kupchenko and Emily (Steve) Serna of Two Hills, Benny (Olga) Elkow and Olga (Edward) Synuiga of Edmonton; 18 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; one sister, Annie Hawryluk; numerous nieces, nephews and friends. She was predeceased by her husband, Mike in 1960 and two daughters in infancy. Prayers Thursday, February 10. 1994 at 7:30 p m. at Two Hills Centennial Hall with Very Reverend M. Sawchenko officiating. Funeral Service Friday. February 11, 1994 at 10.00 a.m. at Musidora Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church with Very Reverend M. Kryschuk officiating with interment at Musidora Cemetery. If friends so desire, donations may be made to the Two Hills Long Term Health Care Centre, Two Hills, Alberta T0B 4K0 Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators 4 Directors (Vegreville) 1432-2000. FEARON, George I request the members of Gateway Lodge Number 164 to attend the Funeral ol Rt. Wor. Bro., George Fearon, member of Gateway Lodge. Ken Darby. W. M. GENTRY, Shirley Jean On February 6, 1994, Shirley Gentry of Whitecourt, passed away at the age of 40 years, after a courageous battle with cancer. She is survived by her two sons, Colin Gentry of Maple Ridge, B.C. and Kris Reese of Whitecourt; parents, Alice Savage of Whitecourt and Don Austin of Edmonton; seven brothers, Carl (Linda) of Spruce Grove, David (Bonny) of Spruce Grove, Gary of Peace River, Allan (Debbie) of Kamloops, B.C., Darryl (Sharon) of Whitecourt, Darcy of Peace River, Kevin (Tonya) of Edmonton; three sisters. Darlene of Whitecourt, Terry of Drayton Valley, and Karen of Edmonton; grandmother, Mary Dubois of Whitecourt and close companion Fraser Kennedy of Whitecourt A Memorial Service will be held at the Whitecourt Alliance Church, Whitecourt, Alberta, Monday, February 14, 1994 at 2:00 p.m. Cremation prior to service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to a charity of one's choice. The family wish to extend a very special thank-you to doctors and nursing staff at The Royal Alexandra Hospital and The Youville Palliative Care Unit at The General Hospital. Howard McBride Chapel of Chimes. Telephone: 422-1141. HILL, George Gerald (Gerry) Born December 16. 1908 in Oceola. Nebraska, U S A. Passed away February 5, 1994 in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. Predeceased by his loving wife Rhea in October 1993. Gerald leaves to mourn his passing his children MahRhea and Mac MacKay of Drayton Valley, Alberta, Richard and Synove Hill of Norway, Trudy and Don Butterworth of Ottawa, Ontario and Sherree and Wayne Elliott of Cloverdale, BC. 11 grandchildren: Shane, Guy and Michelle MacKay; Eric, Stig and DeLana Hill; Rebecca Butterworth; Jason, Jesse. Courtney and Laura Elliott. Gerry also leaves numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, February 11, 1994 at 3:00 p.m. at the Fort Saskatchewan Royal Canadian Legion (Normandy Room) Branch No. 27, 9964-93 Avenue with the Right Reverend Percy R. Henkelman officiating Inurnment to follow in the Fort Saskatchewan City Cemetery. Memorial Donations may be given to the Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation. 10985-124 Street. Edmonton, Alberta T5M 9Z9 Riverview Funeral Services of Fort Saskatchewan in care of arrangements. Gordon Kadatx and Tammy Bass Funeral Directors. 098-8898. HIRSCHE, Donald Donald Hirsche of Red Deer passed away Sunday. February 6. 1994 suddenly in Calgary of complications following lung surgery at the age of 58 years He is survived by four daughters, three brothers, one sister; ten grandchildren and several aunts. uncles, nieces and nephews. He had a long and varied career as a welder and worked on many projects in Alberta and across Canada. The Funeral will be held Friday. February 11, 1994 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 3002-47 Avenue in Red Deer. Wilson s Funeral Home of Lacombe in care of arrange ments. In lieu ot floral tributes, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society JOHNSON, Ann On Tuesday, February 8. 1994. Mrs. Ann Johnson of Edmonton, passed away at the age of 84 years. She is survived by three step-children, Allen Anderson of Penticton, B.C., Ann Davis of Pennsylvania, and Ellen Sperberg of Edmonton; two brothers and three sisters. Bill Nikiforuk of Edmonton, George Nikiforuk of Musidora. Katie Moromuk. Helen Towpich of Edmonton and Rosie Bramhoff, also numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husbands, Charlie Anderson in 1958 and Carl Johnson in 1991; brother. Metro Nikiforuk: sister, Dora Romanchuk; step-brother. Peter Nikiforuk and step-sisters. Pearl Yaremichuk and Mary Mandrusiak. Relatives and friends wishing to pay their respects may do so on Friday. February 11, 1994 from 7 00 p m to 8 30 p m at Evergreen Funeral Chapel. 16204 Fort Road. Edmonton (V4 mile east of Manning Drive on 167 Avenue - Vi mile south on the old Fort Road! Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, February 12, 1994 at 10 30 a m. with Reverend John Burrill officiating. Interment will follow in Evergreen Memorial Gardens. In lieu of floral tributes, memorials may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Edmonton District Unit. 11842-111 Avenue, Edmonton. Alberta T5G 0E1. Evergreen Funeral Chapel Ltd. (The Chapel In The Park) Telephone 472-9019. 9 ft. 28 KURYLO, Nicholas Harold (Nick) Do not stand at my grave and weep; I am not there. I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn s rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush, I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circled flight I am the soft stars that shine at night Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there, i did not die. On February 9, 1994 Mr. Nick Kurylo of Edmonton passed away at the age of 73 years He is survived by his loving wife, Kathleen; three sons, Steven, David and Leonard; two daughters, Mary-Jane and Cindy; stepchildren. Linda and Donald Cockroft; seven grand children; and one great-grandchild: his parents, Harry and Eva; two brothers, Harry and Joseph; three sisters. Sr. Esther, Irene and Jane. Friends and relatives who wish to do so may pay their respects Sunday, February 13 between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Chapel of Howard & McBride Westlawn, 16310 Stony Plain Road, where Funeral Service will be held Monday, February 14 at TOO pm Interment will follow in Westlawn Memorial Gardens. If desired, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetic Association, 305, 10240 - 124 Street, Edmonton, T5N 3W6. Howard McBride Westlawn ChapeL Telephone 484-5500. MAZUREK, Karl On February 8, 1994, Karl Mazurek of Edmonton passed away at the age of 92 years. Funeral Services will be held at Howard & McBride Chapel of Chimes, 10179-108 Street, Edmonton, Alberta on Monday, February 14, 1994 at 3:00 p.m. with Pastor Larry McKay officiating. Interment will follow. Howard McBride Chapel Of Chimes. Telephone: 422-1141. MAZYLIS, Charles On February 7, 1994, Mr. Charles Mazylis of Westlock, formerly of Clyde and Boyle, passed away aged 85 years. He is survived by his loving family, two daughters: Ruth (Russell) Denesiuk of Edmonton and Shirley (Eli) Diachuk of Athabasca; four grand children: Lisa Denesiuk of Edmonton, Mara Denesiuk of Montreal, Vanessa Diachuk of Texas and Alicia Diachuk of Red Deer. He was predeceased by his wife. Sarah; one son, Charles and one brother, Dan. Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, February 12, 1994 at 1:00 p m. in The Westlock Funeral Chapel, Father L. Viel will officiate with interment in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery at Clyde. Specials thanks to Westlock Nursing Home staff for the great care. Donations gratefully accepted to The Alberta Heart & Stroke Foundation co Box 7, Westlock. Alberta TOG 2L0 Westlock Funeral Horns, Bob Jones 8. Dave Anderson, Funeral Directors. 1-349-3474. NEW, Edward Joseph On February 7, 1994, Mr. Edward J. New of Edmonton, passed away at the age of 77 years. He is survived by his loving wife, Dorothy D. (nee Rice); his sons and their wives, Edward R. and Dorothy M. of Calgary, Kenneth A. and Maureen of Edmonton; four granddaughters. Heather Amy. Michelle Mary, Rebecca Anne and Lesley Dorothy Mr. New also leaves one sister, Noreen Hopkins of Edmonton. He was predeceased by two brothers and one sister, Arthur. Leonard and Peggy Evans. Mr. New was Past Chairman of the Mechanical Contractors Association, Past President and Honorary life member of Highlands Golf Course. He served in the Royal Canadian Navy on the Destroyer H.M.C.S. Assiniboine during World War II. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, February 11, 1994, 1:30 p m. at Connelly-McKinley Funeral Home (10011 114 Street) with Reverend William Burgess officiating In lieu of other tributes, donations may be made directly to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta, 10985 124 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5M 0H9. The Floral Chapels, Connelly-McKinley Ltd., 1O011 114 Street, Phone: 422-2222. O'BRIEN, James Neil On February 9th, 1994, James Neil O Brien of Edmonton, passed away suddenly at the age of 12 years. He leaves to mourn his loss his loving parents, Daniel and Audrey O'Brien and his sister, Anna at home. He also leaves his paternal grandmother. Nellie 0 Brien of Westlock and his ma ternal grandparents, Lewis and Margaret Bever of Holmfirth, England and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and many dear friends. Reverend Albert Laisnez will celebrate a Mass of the Angel's Saturday, February 12th, 1994 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Agnes Catholic Church, 10826 62 Avenue followed by interment in Our Lady of Peace Cemetery The Floral Chapels, Connelly-McKinley Ltd, 10011 114 Street Phone 422-2222. ROWLAND, Gordon On February 8, 1994 Mr. Gordon Rowland of Edmonton passed away at the age of 78 years He is survived by his wife, Veronica; one daughter, Elaine and her husband, John De Windt of St. Albert; three grandchildren, Darlene, Karen and Derrick; one great-grandson, David; one brother, Ivan and his wife, Ann of Villeneuve; one sister, Vera Wilson of Langley. B.C.; two stepsons. Bernard Wood and Kenneth Wood; two stepdaughters, Rosemary Wood and Lolita McLellan all of Edmonton; seven stepgrandchildren; nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held on Friday at 10 00 a m at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel, 10008-103 Street. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association, 305, 10240-124 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 3W6. Foster and McGarvey Limited. Funeral Di rectors and Licensed Crematorium. 428-6666. SANCAN, Robert Allan In loving memory of Robert Allan Sancan who passed away very suddenly on February 7. 1994 at the age of 51 years. Robert is survived by his loving wife. Carol Anne Sancan of Edmonton; his four loving children. Robert Jeffery (Sancan) LeGrand of Lethbndge, Sherri-Lyn (Sancan) LeGrand of Vulcan, his daughter, Kame-Lee Bateman and son-in-law. Terry Allan Bateman of Zama. Alberta, as well as his youngest daughter. Janet Rosemarie Sancan of Edmonton. Robert will also be well remembered and loved by his three sisters, Heather-Ann Mcpherson of Lac La Biche. Janice Sancan of Saudi Arabia and Lone DeRoche of Calgary, as well as his mother. Ellen Sancan of Edmonton and his step-father, Arthur Hill of Medicine Hat. Robert is also survived by several nieces and nephews, and will be loved and remembered by all who knew him. Funeral Services will be held at Howard & McBride Chapel of Chimes, 10179-108 Street, Edmonton. Alberta on Friday. February 11. 1994 at 1:00 p m. with Reverend Canon Tom McKnight officiating. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Aiberta Heart & Stroke Foundation, 10985-124 Street Edmonton. Alberta T5M 9Z9. Howard McBride Chapel Of Chimes. Telephone: 422-1141 Obituaries Obituaries 26 SHERMAN, Walter James On February 6, 1994, Walter James Sherman of Fort Saskatchewan passed away at the age of 73 years. He leaves to mourn his loving wife, Jean: three sons and two daughters. Jack (Marcia) Sherman of Edmonton, Peter (Jo Ann) Sherman of Fort Saskatchewan. Scott (Judy) Sherman of Edmonton, Dale (Harvey) Perrault of Fort Saskatchewan and Pameia (Jim) Atmore of Vernon, 6C; 10 grandchildren; one sister. Rita Buchan of Edmonton; two brothers, Eart (Peggy) Sherman of Falcon Lake, Manitoba and Bob (Barbara) Sherman of Edmonton. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday. February 10 at 2:00 pm. at St. Georges Anglican Church in Fort Saskatchewan with Reverend Bob Peel officiating Private cremation. Donations may be made to the St. George's Anglican Church Building Fund, 10029-99 Avenue, Fort Saskatchewan T8L 1R6 or the charity of one s own choice. The Floral Chapels, Connelly-McKinley Ltd. Phone 422-2222. STRZELECKI, Marian B.Sc.(Eng.(, P.Eng. On Monday, February 7, 1994, Mr. Marian Strzeiecki of Edmonton, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. He is survived by his loving wife, Genevieve "Gena "; his daughter, Marie-Christine; sister, Krystyna Stachurska m Poland; sisters-in law, Zofia (Henry) Wojcicki, Mananna (Boguslaw) Krotoszynski; nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his parents and one brother. Prayers will be held Friday, February 11, 1994, 7:00 pm at Connelly-McKinley Funeral Home in the Wild Rose Chapel (10011 114 Street) Reverend Wladyslaw Karciarz, O Ml., will celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial. Saturday, February 12, 1994, 10 00 am. at Holy Rosary Catholic Church (11485 106 Street); followed by interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. The family thanks the medical and nursing staff of the W W. Cross Cancer Institute for their care and compassion. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to the W W. Cross Cancer Institute, co The Alberta Cancer Foundation (Patient Comfort), 6th Floor, 9707 110 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2L9. The Floral Chapels, Connelly-McKinley Ltd, 10011 114 Street, Phone: 422-2222. TRAVES, Gladys Russell On February 7, 1994 Mrs. Gladys Russell Traves of Sherwood Park, formerly of North Battletord, Saskatchewan, passed away at the age of 84 years. She leaves to mourn her two sons, Homer Traves ot North Battleford, Syd (Loreen) Traves of Edmonton; and two daughters, Clara Zimer of Redwater, and Edie Bower of Lloydminster. Gladys also leaves 12 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents; her husband. Ernest; her brothers. Willy, Cecile. Alf, and George; her grandson, Ward; and her granddaughter, Janice Visitations will be held Wednesday. February 9, 1994 at 7 00 p m at the Sherwood Park Funeral Home, 265 Fir Street, Sherwood Park. Funeral Services will be held Thursday. February 10 at I 00 p.m. at the Sherwood Park Funeral Home with Reverend Mark Laws officiating A Graveside Service will be held Friday, February II at 12:00 noon at the City of North Battlelord Cemetery, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. In lieu ot flowers donations may be made directly to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta. 10995-124 Street. Edmonton, Alberta, T5M 9Z9. Sherwood Park Funeral Home, Connelly-McKinley Ltd. Phone: 403-464-2226. TRELA, Peter On February 8, 1994. Mr. Peter Trela of ' Edmonton, born February 28, 1896, passed away at Extendicare North, at the age of 97 years He will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his children, Stefania Wlos of Boyie. Mary Adamkewicz of Athabasca. Ted, Stan (Helen), Walter, Sophie (Fred) Rybie, Joe (Josephine), Katie (Bill) Gogerla and Eddie (Betty), all of Edmonton; 19 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; 11 great-greatgrandchildren; also numerous mecet and nephews Predeceased by his wife. Victoria in 1964; infant son, Matthew: granddaughter. Francis; three brothers; one sister, two sons-in-law, Julian and John; and one daughter-in-law, Celine. Prayers Thursday. February 10 at 9 00 p m at Park Memorial Chapel, 9709- 111 Avenue Mass of Christian Burial Friday. February 11 at 1 30 p.m. at St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church. 4005 - 115 Avenue. Reverend L. Seratto officiating with interment in Hcly Cross Cemetery. In lieu of floral tributes, derations may be made to Kidney Foundation ot Canada. Edmonton Chapter, 11574 - 149 Street, Edmonton, T5M 3R3 or to a charity of one s choice. Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators Directors (The Chapel on the Boulevard) 426-0050. WALKER, Derek James On Friday, February 4. 1994 Mr. Derek Walker of Sherwood Park, passec away at the age of 28 years. He is survived by his loving family: his parents. John and Nora; two brothers. Alan (Brenda) and Craig; and two nephews, all of Edmonton; his paternal grandfather, George Walker of Perth, Scotland: and his maternal grandparents, James and Marjory Ower of Burreiton. Scotland: as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins in Scotland He was predeceased by his grandmother, Christina Walker. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturdav. February 12, 1994 at 3 00 p m from Hainstock and Son Funeral Chapel. 10541 - 81 Avenue. Edmonton. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Support Network, Suicide Prevention Program. 302, 11456 Jasper Avenue. T5 0M1 would be appreciated. Edmonton Funeral Services. 10020 - 62 Avenue. (433-7270) ZAWALAK, Efruzyna (Rose) On February 6. 1994, Mrs. Efruzyna (Rose) Zawalak of Edmonton, passed away at the age of 91 years. Survived by two sons and one daughter. Mike, Steve and wife. Maria, all ot Edmonton; Zoha Kokolus and husband. Wiadymir ot Poland. 14 grandchildren and 20 great-grandciidren Predeceased by her husband. John in :953, son. Dmytro in 1987; sister, Anna in IS-, and her daughter-in-law, Stella in 1987. Prayers Friday. February 11 at 7 00 p m at St Vladimir's Ukrainian Catholic Church 12726 119 Street. Divine Liturgy Saturday. Feb' jan 12 at 10 00 a m at St. Vladimir s Ukrainian Catholic Church. Reverend M Kowalchyk oftio it ng with interment in St Michael s Cemetery Tx nations may be made to Cross Cancer Ins'il ,te Co Alberta Cancer Foundation. 6fh Floor 5 07 110 Street, Edmonton T6G 1Z2 Park Memorial Ltd. Funeral Administrators 4 D.rectors (The Chapel on the Boulevard) 425-C050. ZOLTAK, Zygmunt John Zygmunt John Zo'tak passed away suflce -iy m Edmonton. Alberta, formerly of Hamilton in his 46th year, on February the 6th. 1994. Zig will be greatly missed and always te lovingly remembered by his parents. Ire . 5 and Walter Zoltak. by brother. George and his wife Mary Ann. and brother, John: sister. Aim and her husband. Gord Elliott. Zig will be f v-3'y remembered by nieces and nephews .ten. David. Jason and Jessica, and also by his ' i ts. Uncles, cousins and all his friends that he net in his lourney of We. The family will receive friends at The Va-key Dermody Funeral Home, 1774 King Street tssl (at Kern worth) on Wednesday 2 00-4 00 p m. and 7 00-900 p m. Rosary Service Wedges lay at 8 00 p m Funeral Mass Thursday 10 00 e m at St. Stanislaus Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Donations to the c'ai'v cf your choice would be appreciated Tere b a Wake on Saturday. Fet-uaTf 12. it 6411-95 Avenue from 12 00 "oon on

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