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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1999, Lethbridge, Alberta B10 LETHBRIDGE HERALD March Advertise Your Garage Sale With Us! 1 day 2 days 3 days Sponsored in part by Tim Hortons SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S MARKETPLACE HEALISTATB RENTALS SERVICES CMU Care____________ HOW TO WRITE ANEFFECTJVE AD: ---------------069 A ----------------OTI -----07! VUw, Phato, CuopuUn_________ Vrfifclw_____ REAL ESTATE FOa BALE Vaoi_ ----------------009 _______________MQ ng the itcni yau tho most common bylistingitsbcst nformntion to interest ow JWp WtflW------------ Give the prico o to screen your cnllu flexible, include nego li able. Advertise your items for sale valued at or less each in the Free Market. Ads run every Sunday to Wednesday. Deadline is Noon Fridays. Sorry, no phone orders. Fax: 381-3360. fc CofozirMitl Prowrtr.______________031 HEAL BOTATB FOB HENT ___ RomBtftUl Frtperty......________023 (uT.2 ----------------029 _____ASuuliM______ 063 I VfWTu. rvuJ ___, ___ AQEUCULTUHK Artidti WuvW KKyOirg.____________________098 Wwk Phone Lines Open: 8 to 8 Mon. to Fri. -11 Sat. 2 4 Sun. 328-4433 1-8OO-552-8O2O Classified Manager Linda Addison Ext. 750 c-s Complete your nd with a number and tho hours which you will take colls. Your on-line at: www.netreader.com Caught )ur Web! Q01 DEATH NOIKES )Q] DEATH NOTICES QQ DEATH NOTICES DEATH NOTICES DIATH NOTICES BRACHA JENNIE BRACHA passed away at the Lethbridge Regional Hospital on Sunday, March 21, 1999 at the age of 90 years. She is survived by: Jay (Gwen) Bracha, Carol (Peter) Warmink, Allen (Donna) Bracha, Jean (Blaine) Spackman; eight grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; two sisters; and nieces, nephews and cousins. Jennie was predeceased by her husband, Ernest, four brothers, sevan sisters and one grandson. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 at A.M. al The Church of Jesus Christ of Laller-day Sainls, Lethbridge Stake Chapel, 2410-28 Street South, Lelhbridge with Bishop Brett Jensen officialing. Friends may meet Ihe family al the church prior to Ihe service from to A.M. In living memory of Jennie Bracha, a tree will be planted In the Lethbridge area by: Christensen Salmon FUNERAL HOME CREMATORIUM Lethbridge 329-1888. YELLOW WINGS "INSTAAKI1" MRS. HILDA YELLOW WINGS beloved wife ol Ihe late Mr. Urban Yellow Wings, passed away at the Pincher Creek Hospital on Thursday, March 18, 1999 at Ihe age of 63 years. A Wake will be held at HILDA'S RESIDENCE, Peigan Reserve, on Monday and Tuesday, March 22 and 23, 1999 commencing at P.M. with Sister Marie Gartner officiating. Funeral will be celebrated at ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, Brocket, AB on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 al A.M. with Reverend Guiseppe Peroni O.M.I. Celebrant. Interment lo follow al the family residence. Honouied to serve the family. CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME lj> AND CREMATORIUM. 2800 Magrath Drive South. SrT Lethbridge. Alborta T1K 7BI. "f Telephone (403) 381 -7777. ALBERTA FUIIEHAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION CHRISTENSEN SALMON Ham? (f Crematorium 329-1888 381-7777 Fmicrnl Home Crematorium MARTIN BROS. Fiincral Chapels Crematorium 328-2361 III COALDALE FUNERAL HOME 345-0100 EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME fort Mscleod Pincher Crwfr 5S3-3772 Komp Cardston, Alberta 653-3844 MclNTOSH MRS. FLORENCE JEANNETTE MclNTOSH, beloved wile ol the late Mr. Percy Mclntosh, passed away at the St. Michael's Health Centre, Palliative Care Unit on Thursday, March at the age of 81 years. She Is the loving mother of Randy (Irene) Mclntosh o( Picture Butte, Tim Mclntosh ol Lethbridge, Reese (Janice) Mclnlosh ol Okotoks; her grandchildren Jessica Mclntosh, Cody Mclntosh both of Picture Butte, Tara Mclntosh of Fort Macleod and Meghan of Okotoks. She is also survived by her sisters Marie (Mike) Popson of Lethbridge, Alice (George) Hummel of Ruth Ginzer of Calgary as well as numerous nieces and nephews and their children. She was predeceased by her husband Percy in 1977. Florence was born in Monitor, Alberta in May ol 1917, coming to Lelhbridge in October 1940 wilh her parenls Martin and Ida Anderson. She played in the family orchestra which was a popular dance band in Southern Alberta for many years. She married Percy Mclntosh in 1951 and farmed in the Nobleford, Magralh and Spring Coulee areas. Returning to Moblelord in 1958 where they raised Iherr family until her retirement in 1986. Florence retired lo Lelhbridge where her home became a stopover lor many friends and family. A Funeral Service will be held at CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME, 2800 Mayor Magrath Drive South, Lethbridge, AB on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 al P.M. with Gloria Miller Officiating. Cremation lo follow. Honoured to serve the family, CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORIUM, 2800 I Mayor Magralh Drive South. 'Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 7B1. Telephone 381-7777. PORTER MRS. LILLIAN PORTER, beloved wife of Ihe late Murray Porter, ol Brooks, passed away at the Pallialive Care Unit at the Brooks Care Cenlre, on Saturday, March 20, 1999 at the age ol 73 years. She is the loving mother ol Pat (Rudy) Spath of Brooks and Audrey Porter of Lelhbridge. Lillian is also survived by six grand- children and two great-grandchildren, Shelly (Randy) McCharles, Trevor Spath, Trina (Brad) Taylor, Jerrid, Krysla, and Jenna Lelek. Great grand- children are Deyan and Miranda McCharles. Lillian is also survived by brolhers Bob (Sena) MacKay, Andy (Milly) MacKay and sisters Isabel Branum, Audrey (Frank) Jorgensen and Betty (Wally) Olmstead, as well as many nieces and nephews, Lillian was predeceased by her husband Murray in 1977, and sister Anna in 1973 as well as her parents, Andrew and Hannah MacKay. Lillian was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, and will be sadly missed by all that knew her. She was a genlle, caring person who enjoyed cooking, handicrafts, listening lo music, and family gatherings. A Memorial Service will be held al Ihe Hanna United Church in Hanna, Alberta on Thursday, March 25, 1999 al p.m. Cremation. In lieu o! other donations Memorial Tributes may be made to Ihe Brooks Health Cenlre Palliative Care Unit, Brooks, Alberta, T1R 1B4. Tom Baker Cancer Clinic, Calgary, Alberta. Honoured to serve the family, SMITH FUNERAL HOME LTD., Brooks, Alberta. P.O. Box 417, Brooks, Alberta, T1R1B4. Classifieds. Ph. 328-4433 LINITSKI MR. STANLEY (STAN) LINITSKI, husband of Mrs. Eva Linitski of Picture Butte, passed away at the Lethbridge Regional Hospital, Intensive Care Unit, on Saturday, March 20, 1999 at the age of 82 years. Born in Beausejour, Manitoba, Stan moved with his family to Raymond, Alberta when he was 10 years of age. II was here he completed his schooling, made many Iriends and started his family. In the 1930's Stan worked for the CPR. In the fall of 1941 he had his first with Canadian Sugar Factories at the Raymond plant. In 1964 he was transferred to the Picture Butte operation and later became sugar end foreman. He retired in 1982. Stan will be remembered lor his infinite palience, his kindness, understanding, positive approach to life and his undying sense of humor. He, his brothers and their father built Stan and Eva's first house in Raymond. Little did they know that this home and Ihe home in Picture Bulte would also be occupied by their children for the next 50 years! Thank you, Dad. Stan enjoyed working with had innovative ideas for recycling and enjoyed traveling and seeing new sights. In his 70's he spent many hours at the hockey arena with his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Eva Linitski, children Sharon Linitski of Kamloops, Lori (Yoshi) Tanabe of Picture Butte and Terry (Melinda) Linilski of Lethbridge. Grandson Jesse and granddaughters Jenny and Tiffany Tanabe will greatly miss their grandfather. He is also survived by brolhers Joe Linitsk] of Raymond, and John (Phillis) Linitski of Didsbury and sisters Amy (Bob) MacKenzie of Raymond and Caroline Linilski of Spruce Grove. Slan will also be remembered by his uncle, Bill (Mary) Stadnicki of Lethbridge and his nieces and nephews and cousins. Stan was predeceased by his parents and by his sister, Helen Jones, and nephew f4athan Jones. Vigil Riles (Prayers) will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 at St. Calherine's Roman Catholic Church, 762 Crescent Ave, Picture Butle, The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Thursday, March 25, 1999 al St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church. In lieu ol (lowers, donations to any ol Ihe following would be appreciated: Heart and Stroke Foundation, 1101-2 Aye. S, Lethbridge, AB T1J OC8; Kidney Foundation of Canada, S202- 434-7 St. S, Lelhbridge, AB T1J 2G7; Canadian Cancer Society, 317-10 SI. South, Lethbridge, AB T1J 2M7. In living memory of Stanley Linitski, a tree will be planted In the Lelhbridge area by: Christensen Salmon FUNERAL HOME A CREMATORIUM jgfT Lethbridge naiattnf 329-1888. wassified's Fax Line is 381-3350 KONYNENBELT "The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I (ear" On Friday, March 19, 1999 MR. ARIE RAYMOND KONYNENBELT Sr. was taken home to be with his Lord and Saviour, with his family by his side, alter a courageous battle with cancer. Beloved husband and companion of Mrs. Aleida Konynenbell. Arie was born in Lethbridge, Alberta on June 19, 1937. He was raised on the family farm in Nobleford, AB. While attending Noble Central School his talent and passion for sports grew. He participated in many organized sports. There was no sport he could not master: Basketball fastball were his first loves and as time went on curling and golf. Through all the blessings and challenges in life, he always gave all praise and honor lo his Lord and Saviour. Arie Aleida were blessed with 4 daughters and 1 sort, Sharon Konynenbelt of Abbolsford; Wendy Sam (Samantha, Whitney Kyle) Procee ol Lethbridge, AB; Alesa Ron (Bryanne, Eric, Dylan Tyson) Procee oi Coaldale, AB; Joy Konynenbelt of Abbolsford; and Ray Denise (Moriah) Konynenbelt of Chilliwack. Sisters and brothers Mint Losio John Rosemary Konynenbelt; Marie Bill Plomp; Trudy Bert Slomp; and Galen Konynenbelt Also survived by Aleida's family Rita Corney Biesbroek, Alice Schenk, Gerry Willy Wevers, Anne John Lubbers, Berna John Vos, Ben Sylvia Wevers, Dick Henny Wevers, Willy Chuck Haines, Nellie Elroy Nieboer, John Brenda Wevers, Martin Wevers, Michael Helen Wevers and numerous Aunts, Uncles, Nieces and Nephewsl Arie was predeceased by his parents Joten Cora Konynenbelt, parents in law Jan Willegmina Wevers, Step lather Marinus Getkate, brolher-in-law Bill Loslo, sister-in-law brolher-in-law Jackie Alan Poole. Visitalion will be held Tuesday, March 23, 1999 from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. in the Chapel of Personal Allernalive Funeral Services, 3070 275 A St. Aldergrove. Funeral Service to be held Wednesday March 24, 1999 at 1 p.m., Second C.R.C., 34631 Old Clayburn Road, Abbotsford. interment to follow in Hazelwood Cemelery Abbotsfort, Rev. Harry Salomons will officiate. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, Melanoma Research would be greatly appreciated. PERSONAL ALTERNATIVE (604) 857-5779 Obituaries are continued on the next page. PERSON MR. KEITH PIERSON ol Picture Butte, passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer at the Picture Butte Hospital on Sunday, March at the age ol 43 years. He is survived by his children Treena and Troy of Picture Butte. He is also is survived by his father Howard Pierson ol Shaughnessy; his brothers and sisters Carolyne (Del) Allen of Claresholm, Sharon (Frank) Riley of Shaughnessy, Ken (Barb) Pierson of Shaughnessy, Roy (Gloria) Pierson of Okotoks, Arlene (Brian) Campbell of Picture Bulte, Buck (Jacquie) Pierson of Nobleford as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his mother Kathleen Pierson and his son Scolt Pierson. Keith was born in Lethbridge, Alberta on June He was educated in the Lethbridge and Picture Butte areas. Keith was a Heavy Equipment Operator and worked in construction most of his life. He was a loving father and cared deeply for his children Treena and Troy. He enjoyed the outdoors including fishing, hunting, camping and loved lo play bingo. Keith was a soft spoken and pleasant individual who will be dearly missed by all who knew him. "Sleep on, beloved, sleep, and take thy rest; Lay down thy head upon thy Saviour's breat; We love thee well, but Jesus loves thee best; Good Relatives and Friends are invited to meet with the family at CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME, 2800 Mayor Magrath Drive South, Lelhbridge on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 between P.M. and P.M. A Funeral Service will be held at ST AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, 411 11th Street South, Lethbridge on Thursday, March 25, 1999 at A.M. with Reverend James Robinson officiating. Interment lo follow at Mountain View Cemetery, In lieu of (lowers, Memorial Tributes may be made lo the Canadian Cancer Society, 317 10lh Slreel South, Lelhbridge, Alberta T1J2M7. Honoured to serve the fomilv CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME _f> AND CREMATORIUM. 2800 Mayor Magrath Drive South Lelhbridge. Alberta T1K 7B1 'W Telephone (403) 381-7777. LITTLE BEAR MR, EDWARD LITTLE BEAR, beloved husband ol the late Mrs. Ruth Lillle Bear, of the 8lood Reserve, passed away at the Cardslon Hospital on Friday, March 19, 1999 at the age of 83 years. Funeral Arrangements to be announced when completed. Honoured to serve the fomilv CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HCIvfe AND CREMATORIUM. 2800 Mayor Magralh Drive South Lelhbridge, Albeita T1K 7Bl' Telephone
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