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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 21, 1978, Winnipeg, Manitoba                               s Winnipeg Free Press CLASSIFIED THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1978 38 BIRTHS X. REIMER Peacefully on Wednesday December 20, 1978 at Sic Anne Hospital at the age of 65 years after a brief illness. Mr Peter X. Reimer passed into the presence of his Lord, be loved husband of Margaret Heimer of Landmark, Man! toba. Funeral services will be held on Friday, December 22 1978 at p.m. from the Prairie Rose Evangelica Mennonite Church, Landmark, Man. with Reverend Frank D. Reimer and Reverend Edwin Plett officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Last respects may be made at the chapel on Thursday December 21, 1978 p.m. and at the church prior to the service. Besides his wife Margaret, he is survived by four daughters and sons-in-law, Mrs. Frank Forgo; (Elvira) Mrs. Louis Plett, (Hilda) Mrs. Robert Koop, (Barbara) Mrs. Ronald Plett. and two sons and daughters-in-law, Philip and Phyllis, Larry and Ina all of Landmark, Maniloba, 1C grandchildren, two sisters, (Annie) Mrs. Aron Suderman of Landmark, (Agnes) Mrs. Leonard Barkman of Stein-bach, two brothers Jake and Paul Reimer both of Winnipeg. Pallbearers will be his sons and grandsons. In lieu of flowers if friends so desire, donations may be made to the Gideon Memorial Bible Plan which will be available at the church. "For me to live is Christ, and lo die is gam." Philippians 1-Verse 21. "We are confident I say and willing rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord." Second Corinlhians 5 Verse 8 Arrangements by Loewen Funeral Chapel, No. 12 Hwy. South, Steinbach. IAN JAMES ROSE On December 19, 1978 at the rlealth Sciences Centre, Ian James Rose, aged 54 years, jeloved husband of Mrs. Iso-bel Rose of 455 Airlies St. Mr. Rose, a long-lime member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Fort Rouge No. 97, lad been in the fruil business 'or some 30 years, being las employed by Midland Allied Fruil. Predeceased by four children and his brolher, Alex, he eaves lo mourn his passing, lis wife, Isobel; four daughters, Mrs. Jackie Scammell, Mrs. Janice Cabral, Mrs. Cheryl Yarish and Miss Theresa Rose all of Winnipeg; Iwo sons, David Rose and Rick iose bolh of Winnipeg; eighl grandchildren: four brothers, Bill, Vic and Gilbert of Angus of Claresholm, Al-lerta and one sister, Aida Whiddon of Edmonton, Alber-a. Funeral service will be held al a.m. Saturday, December 23 at Mordue Bros, Home, Broadway and Edmonton. Rev. D. Butcher will officiate. Interment to fol-ow in Chapel Lawn Memoria Gardens. Mordue Bros, courtesy parking lot on Edmonton Si. oulh of Broadway. MARY ANNE SAMORODNY On December 20, 1978 at the Jrace Hospital, Winnipeg, due o a traffic accident on De cember 11, 1978. Mary Anne Samorodny aged 34 years, of Poplarfield, Manitoba. Predeceased by her daugh-er Leanne on December 19, 978. She is survived fay her leloved husband, Nick, two aughters. Dale and Nicole at lome, her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wallach of Poplarfield, two brothers, of Stonewall, Manitoba and Victor of Riverton, Manitoba, ler grandmothers, Mrs. 'eena Wallach of Fisher Branch, and Mrs. Antonia Sta-iuk of Poplarfield and numerous aunts and uncles. Mrs. Samorodny was in-olved in most community af-airs and will be sadly missed iy her family, neighbors and lany, many friends. Funeral service will be held n Friday, December 22. 1978 i t the Poplarfield Community Centre at a.m. Inter-lent in the Poplarfield Com-lunity Cemetery. Reverend Oliynek officiating. Arrangements in care of "isher Funeral Home 1-372-271 Fisher Branch. ALFRED EARL TODD Suddenly, on December 18, 178, at the Health Sciences entre, Alfred Earl Todd. gcd 78 years, of Suite 8 3fiO laryland St.. Winnipeg A memorial service will be leld on Thursday. December 1 at 2: 30 p.m. in the Salvation i rmy Winnipeg Citadel. 201- i 00 Colony St. with Major: .eonard Millnrd. padro of the1 Royal Canadian Legion. No. 1 Sranch officiating, service to erminatc at the Citadel. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, donations may be! marie (n ihc Manitoba Heart; Foundation, 301-352 Donald St. The Leatherdale-Gardiner Funeral Chapel. 232 Kennedy! St. in care of arrangements Phone GEORGE ROWDEN On December 15, 1978, at his residence, 805 Iloneyman Ave nue, Mr. Cancil Rowden, aged 67 years. Mr. Rowden was born it Durham, Out., served in tht Second World War in Canada and had been employed for several years with the CN-CP Telecommunications. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Fort Rougt Branch No. 97. Surviving are his wife, Jean; four sons. Garry, Robert, Thomas and Barry Rowden. of Winnipeg; two daughters, Barbara of Vancouver, and Mrs. Sharon Grushka ol Winnipeg; six grandchildren, and two cousins. Jack Rowden of Winnipeg, and Herbert S. McCurdy of Port Hope. Ont. Funeral service will be in the Thomson Funeral Chapels, Broadway at Furby, Saturday, December 23 at a.m.. the Rev. Dr. Bruce Miles officiating. Interment in the Military Section of Brookside Cemetery. Courtesy parking west of the funeral chapels. i ROBERT VICTOR SANDERS Dearly beloved husband of Ina, 608 201 Queen St.. Winnipeg, at St. Boniface Hospital, on Monday, December 18, 1978, after a lengthy illness. Born in Snowflake, Man., Vic was employed with the Winnipeg Posl Office, R. M. S., for twenty-eight years, re-.iring early due to 111 health. He served five years overseas with the R. C. A. from 1939 to 1945. He was a member of St. James Legion, Branch No. 4. Besides his loving wife, Ina, Vic is survived by his mother, Mrs. Margaret Sanders, his daughter-in-law. Pat, and grandchildren. Michelle and Shane, a sister. Pearl (Mrs. Art King) of Hannah. North Dakota: three brothers, Cecil of Manitou. Man.. Wilfred ol Fort Frances. Ont., Oliver ol Smithers, British Columbia: a son, George and a daughter. Sharon. He was predeceased by his father, Fred, and one sister. Lucy. Funeral service will be held al p.m., Friday, December 22, in Thomson Funeral Chapels. Broadway at Furby. The Rev. W. Vincent will officiate, assisted by Doctor David Skelton. Interment will follow in Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens. Honorary pallbearers will be Messrs. L. Williams. J. Robinson. C. Sims, G. Miller, V. Armstrong and R. Seed. Ac-ive pallbearers will be Messrs. H. Knight, K. Henderson, D. Tickner. F. Grav, and Drs. R. Sanders and K. Huska. In lieu of flowers, friends may wish lo make donalions, in memory of Vic, lo "The Patient Dav Hospi-lal, 2 E.C.U.. St. Boniface Hospital. 409 Tachc Ave., Winnipeg. "Happiness makes up in heighl for what it lacks in length." DONALD HENRY VORLICK On Tuesday, December 19. 1978 al Hie St. Boniface Hospital, Mr. Donald 11. Vorlick aged 60 years, of 925-1630 Henderson Highway, Winnipeg, dearly beloved husband of Betty Vorlick. He leaves to mourn his passing, Iwo daughters, Joanne and husband Bruce Logan. Lorctle, Man. Jill and husband Michalski of Winnipeg: 'our grandchildren, David. Maureen and Candice and Todd Michalski. He is also s irvived by his sisters. Frances Stadther of Mobile. Alabama. Gladys Williamson. V'cra Fraser and Kathleen Miller, all of Winnipeg. He was predeceased by his mother and father, his sister. Marge Runge: his brother. Lawrence Vnrlick, and his sister. Agnes Jennings. Mr. Vorlick wa.s born in Winnipeg and joined the R.C.H.A.. First Division in Seplember 1939 and served overseas until December 1914. :ic was an active member of he Imperial Veterans Legion, Branch No. 81 and at one time was manager of the branch. Funeral service will be held Friday. December 22. p.m. in the Leatherdale-Gar-liner Funeral Chapel, the Very Rev. W. E. Harrison officiating. Service will terminate n the rhapH. Cremation to 'ollow. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday (tonight) p.m. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, donations may be made to the Manitoba Heart "oundation, 301-352 Donald St. Leatherdaie-Gardiner Funeral Chapel. 2.12 Kennedy St. n care of arrangements. Phone VSJLFS Suddenly, on December 16. 1978, al Misericordia Hospital, Edmunds Vulfs, aged 5t years, beloved husband oi Anna Vulfs, cvf 90S Jessie Avenue. Funeral service will be held in the Thomson Funeral Chapels. Broadway at Furby. on Friday, December 22, at 2: 15 p.m., the Rev. Egil Grislis officiating, with interment in Brookside Cemetery. Courtesy parking west of the funeral chapels. HOWARD GEORGE WAY On December 19. 197S after a brief illness, at the St. Boniface Hospital. Howard George Way, aged 58 years. Born in Ninette, Man. he served overseas with the R.C.A.F. for five years and was employed by the T. Eaton Co. for 25 years. He was a member of the Ninette Legion Branch No. 59 and a member of the Transcoua Masonic Lodge No. 123. He also belonged to the Independent Order of Foresters. Left to mourn his passing are his loving wife Mary, and four children, son Jim and wife Norma, daughter Mar-lene Kszywisko and husband Andy, son Gordon and wife Linda and daughter Heather and three granddaughters. Jennifer Kszywisko and Christine and Janice Way. Also survived by three brothers, Cliff of Brandon, Eldon of Olds, Alta., Lome of Surrey, B.C. as well as three sisters. Ruby Leveton of Portland, Oregon. Inez Ryder of Brookdale, Man., and Elhei of Winnipeg, and four nieces and one nephew. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, conlribulions may (36 made to the Canadian Cancer Society (Manitoba Masonic funeral rites to be :ield on Friday, December 22 al p.m. at the Transcona Funeral Chapel, 1800 Day St. Funeral service to be held on Saturday, December 23 al i: 30 p.m. also at (he chapel. Rev. A. Friebert will officiate. In-lermenl in the Transcona Cemetery. Transcona Funeral Chape in care of arrangement. SARAH WEEUON On Tuesday, December 19. 1978. at Beacon Hill Lodge. Mrs. Sarah Weedon, widow of Arthur Weedon, who predeceased her in 1971. Mrs. Weedon born in Alloa, Scotland, on June 22. 1S87. She came to Winnipeg to be married in 1913. after living several years in London, England. She was a long-time resident of Vaiour Road and, as a young woman, was very active in community affairs and Scollish musical circles. She is survived by her daughters, Mrs. Lee Shipman (Rose) of El Cerrito. California, and Mrs. Harold Heide (Mima) of Winnipeg: also, seven grandchildren. Ken, Paul, David and Rosalie Ship-man, of California. Arthur and Harold Heide of Winnipeg and Roslyn Heide of Vancouver, and three great-grandsons. Funeral services will be held p.m., Friday, December 22. 1978, iu (he Thomson Funeral Chapels. Broadway at Furby, the; Rev. Dr. Bruce A. Miles officiating, wilh interment in Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens. ISABELLA COLVIN YOUNG Peacefully, on Tuesday. December 19. 1978. al Princess Elizabeth Hospital, Isabella Colvin Young, aged 88 years, formerly of 696 Walker Ave. Born in Berwick-on-Tweed. Scotland, Isabella came to Canada in 1912, returning to England to serve in the R.A.F. during tile First World War. She was a member of the Fort Rouge Branch. Royal Canadian Legion No. 97. Predeceased by her husband. Arthur, on January 5. 1978. she leaves to mourn her passing, two daughters. Isabel Dlaudcr and son-in-law, Albert, and Evelyn Westdal and son-in-law. Jack, four gram -children and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be lield in the Thomson Funeral Chapels. Broadway at Furby. Friday, December 22 at a.m. Rev. John Dick will officiate. Interment in the Military Section of Brookside Cemetery. Pallbearers will he Messrs. Jack Westdal. Albert olander. John Westdal. Harold Westdal. and two members of No. 97 Branch, Royal Canadian Legion. Courtesy parking west of Ihe funeral chapels. If friends so desire, contributions may bo made to the Manitoba Heart Foundation. 352 Donald Gdrv and Nancy (nee GCtf) are delighted and proud to announce the sate arrival ot their first born, d dauohtcr, Krlsten Dawn. Krislcn was born at p.m.. Saturday, December 16, 1978, weighed 7 Ibs. and was Ins. long. Many thanks to Drs. Borodltskv and McCarthy with soeclal thanks to all the kind and efficient staft at the women's Centi e. Barry and Sheryl (nee Ni-cholsl are pleased to announce the birth ot Jamie George who arrived on December 17, 1976. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. Feller of Winnipeg and Mr. and Mrs. G. Nichols of Sanlord. A special thank you to Dr. Bradford, the rest of the Group and the staff at the Women's Centre. t v I c v fr loytullv announce the arrival ot their first daughter, Angela Nicole, born at Misericordia Hospital. December 14, 1978 weighing 7 Ib. 1-1 ot., 21 '-t inches. Angela is a sister tor Christopher and a first granddaughter for grandparents Audrey and Bill Harden and Marilyn and Harr v Sher-stabetoft of Calgary. Many thanks lo Dr. McCarthy, Dr. Guthrle. Dr. Goldberg and stdfl at Misericordia Hospital. Bill and Erna (nee Frie-sen) are proud to announce the birth of their second daughter. Crystal Lynn, born December 18, 1978, weighing 7 Ibs. 1 oi. BENJAMIN JAMES ANGUS On December 18, 1978, at hi residence, Mr. Benjami James Angus, aged 32 years late of 266 Reitta Street, Win nipeg. Mr. Angus was born on Julj 24, 1946, in Winnipeg. He via emploved as a commercia pilot until the fall of 1978. He is survived by hi mother, Dorothy Angus o Winnipeg; two brothers, Ken neth of Winnipeg and Wilfrec and wife, Linda of He de Chenes, Man.; a sister, Mrs Valerie Nikkei and husband Ronald of Marchand, Man.; a son, Benjamin Guy Angus ant a daughter Kandy Ellen Angu both of Gimli; his grand mother. Kathleen Marr o Winnipeg and his fiancee, Bev J. Lysing of Winnipeg. Funeral services were helc at p.m., Thursday, De cember 21, 1978, at the Barda Funeral Home, Sherbrook a William, with Rev. Ken Hous ton officiating. Service ter minated at the chapel follower by cremation. GERTRUDE EMILY BRADDICK (NEE BROWN) Peacefully, after a brief ill ness, on Monday, December 18, 1978. at the Health Sciences Centre, Mrs. Gertrude Brad dick, aged 85 years, belovec wife of Walter Braddick, of 477 McAdam Avenue. Funeral service will be helc on Thursday, December 21, a 00 p.m. at the Cropo Funera Chapel, 1442 Main St. at Lux ton Ave., with Rev. Peter A Flynn officiating. Interment will follow in St. John's Ceme tery. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, donations may be 'made to a charity of their choice. AL BRYGIDER After a lengthy illness on Wednesday, December 20, 1978, at the St. Boniface Hospital, Mr. Al Brygider, beloved husband of Jeanne Eileen Brygider. of 575 McLeod Avenue. Mr. Brygider was born, raised and educated in Winnipeg. He was a member of CB of RE Lodge Centre Bee 613. Employed by C.P. Transport for thirty years, retiring in 1975 due to ill health. Besides his beloved wife Jeanne Eileen, he leaves to mourn his passing, one brother Bert. Brygider of Winnipeg, one uncle Jack Brygider of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Mother-in-law Mary Laskow, hrother-in-la w Charles Laskow and his wife Elsie all of Winnipeg. Numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Nicholas and Pauline Brygider, a brother Adam, and a sister Jean. Prayers will be said at 8: 00 p.m. (tonight) Thursday, December 21, 1978, at the Korban Funeral Chapel, 907 Main Street. Funeral service will be held p.m. Friday. December 22, also at the chapel, with Rev. Michael Buyachok officiating. Interment in Elm-wood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, contributions may be made in his memory to the Canadian Cancer Society, Portage Avenue. Korban Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements. Phone 956-2193. HELENA CLEMIS On December 9. 1978, at the Grace Hospital, Mrs. Helena Clemis, aged 87 years. She was born at Treherne, Man. She was predeceased by her husband, George on August 2, 1939. Mrs. Clemis is survived by two sons. Cliff of Millarville, Alberta. Arnold of Burnaby, B.C.: her daughter, Mrs. D. Martin (Hazel) of Winnipeg; eight grandchildren and also seven great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be held Thursday, December 21, 2: 15 p.m. in the Leatherdale-Gar-diner Funeral Chapel, Brigadier Fred Hustler officiating. Interment will follow in Chap cl Lawn Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, donations may be made to the Salvation Army. 400 Colony St. Leatherdale-Gardiner Fu nera Chapel, 232 Kennedy St. in care of arrangements. Phone 912-5491. ANNE RUSYWICH On Friday, December 15, f 1978 at London. Ont. aged 88. 1 Funeral was held in St. Claude, Man. on Monday, December 18, interment followed in St. DONALD Suddenly on December 20 1978 at his residence at Eas Lower Fort Garry, Man.. William Ernest Donald, aged 54 years, beloved husband of Ruth Donald. Funeral announcement wil be made later, Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. SAMUEL THOMAS JAMES GEE On Tuesday. December .19 1978, at his late residence, Lake Francis, Manitoba, Sam Gee, aged 73 years of Lake Francis, Manitoba. Born in Dublin, Ireland, Mr. Gee came to Canada with his parents in 1907 and had lived at Lake Francis for the past 66 years. Surviving to mourn his loss, two brothers, William of Lake Francis, Adam of Argyle, one sister, Ellen Rothwell of Argyle, one uncle. Robert Matthews of Lake Francis and numerous niece.s and nephews. A prayer service will be held on Thursday (tonight) December 21 at p.m. in the MacKenzie Funeral Chapel. Stonewall. Funeral service will be held on Friday, December 22 at p.m. in the MacKenzie Funeral Chapel, Stonewall. Canon L. C. Fryer officiating. Interment to follow in the Lake Francis Cemetery. MacKenzie Funeral Home, Stonewall, in care of arrangements. ADA MAUDE HALL On December 19, 197X at the Misericordia Hospital. Mrs. Ada Maude Hail, aged 98 years, of Central Park Lodge, -140 Edmonton St. Mrs. Hall was a member of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Johns Cathedral. She is survived by her sons, William of Calgary, Cecil of Edmonton, Leslie and Reginald, both of Winnipeg- also numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was iredeteased by her bur-band, Villiam in 1969 and her son. Douglas in 1965. Funeral service will bc> held rriday, December 22, 2: 15 p.m. in the Lealherdale Gardiner Funeral Chapel, the Very Hcv. W. E. Harrison officiating. Interment will follow n Brookside Cemetery. Lealherriale-Gardiner Fu-icral Chapel, 232 Kennedy St. n care of arrangements. Phone 942-5491. RACHEL HALPRIN Mrs. Rae Halprin aged 79 after a lengthy illness at Misericordia Hospital, Winnipeg. She was born at London, England, coming to Montreal, vith her family at the age of our, and resided in Winnipeg incc 1907. She married Joseph Halprin n 192-t, who survives her with heir three sons, Rivan Ken-eth, Edward and Paul Wil-iam; brothers, Louis, Abra am and Maurice Feinstoin; isters. Rosalie Wilcox and Marantz; grandchildren, jeigh. Edith-Kerrie. Susan Tracey Ellen. Laurie Jeth. David Samuel. Terri Maureen Staeey, and many niece.s and ephews. Ever-loved by all. Funeral services at Shaarey jCdek Synagogue, Rabbis K. and M. Berkal officiat-ng on Thursday. December 1. 1378 at noon. Active lallboarers: David Samuel lalprin, Herbert Samuels lalprin. Leonard Israel Hal-irin, Joseph Brent Diner, iruce Allan Gershman, Rich-rd Mark Lcipsic; honorary lallbearers: Louis William Mncr, Allan Erwin Diner, lanuel Diner, Arnic 0. Cooler. Edgar Judah Aronovitch, Jarry Leipsic, Sylvan Loip-ic. Shiva at 723 Ash Street, Win-ipeg. WILLIAM HUCAL Suddenly on Wednesday, j teccn-.ber 20. 1978 at the Vic-iria Hospital, Mr. William ucal, aged 73 years, beloved lusband of Anne Hucal of 701 'arsaw Ave. Funeral announcements pending. Cropo Funeral Clian-M in care of arrangements. Phone .Wfi-will. JOSEPH WRIGHT On Wednesday. December !0. 1978 at the Holiday Haven S'ursing Home, Joseph Wright 1 aged 89 years, beloved hus-i land of Rachel Wright, of franscona. Funeral announcement to ollow. Transcona Funeral Chapel j n care of arrangement. (TIDO) IRWIN (NEE BERZISII) After a lengthy illness, on Tuesday. December 19, 1978 at Lakeshore General Hospital. Montreal, Que.. Mrs Theresa Irwin, aged 43 years, formerly of Winnipeg, belovec wife of Robert Irwin. of Montreal, Quebec. Prayers will be said on Thursday, December 21, at p.m., at the Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1112 Main St. at Luxton Ave. Funeral service will be held on Friday, December 22, at 11: 00 a.m. at the chapel, with the Metropolitan Vladimir officiating. Interment will follow in Holy Family Cemetery. MICHAEL KOI.ESA Suddenly, on Tuesday, December 19, 1978, at the Misericordia Hospital, Mr. Michael Kolesa, aged years, beloved husband of Annie Kolesa, of 917 Carter Avenue. Prayers will be said (in Friday, December 22, at p.m. at the Cropo Funeral Chapel. 1442 Main St. at Lux-ton Ave. Funeral service will be held on Saturday. December 23. at a.m.. at the chapel, with Msgr. R. Do-brlansky officiating. Inter-meuf will follow in Garry Memorial Park. Mr. Kolesa was born iu the Western Ukraine and had resided in Winnipeg for the past 52 years. He was employed by Claude Neon Ltd. for 41 years, retiring in 1962. Besides his beloved wife. Annie, he leaves to mourn his passing, four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren, and one sister, Julia Thomas, in Poland. Mr. Kolesa was predeceased by his first wife, Pauline, in Poland and one son. John in May, 1977, also in Poland. ROBERT ALEXANDER LISOWAY Peacefully, on Monday, December 18, 1978, at the Health Sciences Centre, after a lengthy illness, Robert, aged 39 years, dearly beloved ROY MIHYCIIUK Suddenly, on Monday. De cember lo, 1978, at i is resj deuce, John Hoy Mihychuk aged 31 years, of 886 Alver stone Street. Prayers wil! be said on Fri day, December 22, at p.m. at the Cropn Funera Chapel, 1112 Main St. at Lux ton Ave. Divine liturgy will be celebrated on Saturday, De cember 23, at 10: 30 a.m. at the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, Rosa, Man., with the Very Rev. Teterenko official ing. Interment will follow in Senkiw Cemetery. John was born on March 23 1947, at Vita, Man., where he resided until 1965 when the family moved to Winnipeg, o which he was a resident since He worked for a number o years at Vital Hospital ant then at ARC Industries unti his death. He leaves to mourn his pass ing, his beloved mother anc stepfather, Katherine anc Harry Meleshko, his father and stepmother. Mytro anc Anne Mihychuk, all of Winni peg; two sisters, Rosemarie Enuen, of Port Orchard Wash, and Maryann Mihy chuk, of Winnipeg; his grand mother. Wasylyna Salaman clyk, of Vita, Man. as well as aunls, uncles, many cousins and very good friends from British Columbia. Minneapolis, Pontiac. Michigan. Winnipeg. Vila and surrounding dis-tricls. In lieu of flowers, shoulc friends desire, donations may be made to the Canadian Association for the Mentally Re-larded (Winnipeg 11HO Notre Dame Ave., Winnipeg or the Manitoba Heart Foundation, 301-352 Donald St., Winnipeg. ERNESTO MORELLI On Wednesday, December 20, 1978 at the St. Boi il'ace General Hospital affer a lengthy illness, Mr. Ernesto Morelli passed away at (he age of 73 years. Mr. Morelli was born in Ber-liolo, Italy, on August 15, 1905 and came to Canada in 1927. He was predeceased by his beloved wife, Mary, on December 22, 1975. He leaves to mourn his passing his sons. Marc at home and Melvin of Montreal; his daughters. Tina and Angela both at home; his step-sons, Raymond, George and Roberl Desrosiers of Winnipeg and step-daughter Mrs. Julie Brechin of Milk River, Alberta and nine grandchildren. Funeral mass will be held on Friday, December 22, at 9: 00 a. m at the St. Vital Roman Catholic Church, Pembina Hwy. at Manahan, Ft. Garry, Rev. P. A. Morand officiating. Thomson Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, if fr ends so desire, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. ESTHER OSTAPCHUK On December 18, 1978. at the Health Sciences Centre. Miss Esther Ostapchuk, aged 44 voars, of 485 Seven Oaks Ave-me. Funeral service will be held n the Thomson Funeral Chapels, Broadway at Furby. Thursday. December 21 at :30 p.m.. Mr. S. E. Clayton officiating. Interment in Brookside Cemetery. Courtesy parking west of the funeral chapels. LEANNE MYRTLE SAMORODNY On December 19, 1978 at the Winnipeg Children's Hospital due to a traffic accident on December 1 i. 1978, Leanne Sa-morodny, aged 5 years of Po-jlarfield, Manitoba. She is survived by her N'ick Samorodny; two sisters. Dale and Nicole at lome: her grandmother. Mrs. Mary Samorodny of Winnipeg; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wallach of Poplarfield and great-grandmothers. Mrs. Antonia Stasiuk of Poplarficld and Mrs. Teena Wallach of Fisher Branch and numerous aunts and uncles. Funeral service will be held on Friday, December 22. 1978 at the Poplarfield Community Centre at a.m. Interment in the Poplarfield Community Cemetery. Reverend I. Oliynck officiating. Arrangements in care of risher Funeral Home 1-372-15271 Fisher and Lvnnc (nee Roche) are p'eased to announce the arrival of Reid Martin, a brother for Brent, at 9 Ibs., 8 oz., 21' Ins. long, on December Id. 1978 at 1 p.m. Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Martin Roche, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leclmer, and great-grandma Mrs K. E. MacKinnon. Special thanks to Dr. Mitchell and St. Boniface Hospital maternity staff. Ben and Darlene (nee Wa-siuta) thank God for the safe, but early arrival of their precious daughter, Alyssa Darlene, on November 24, 1978. Alyssa weighed 2 Ibs. 12 ois. and !6'.2 Inches long. Very special thanks to Dr. Karasick, the staff of Hie intensive care nursery at the Children's and Intermediate care nursery at the women's Centre, where Alvssa will stay until she's strong enough! to come home. Proud grandparents tor the first time, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wa-siuta and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rempel. Insured. Henry and Lori (nee Chowen) are proud to announce the birfh ot their firstborn, a son, Daniel Abram, weighing 7 Ibs. 11 oi., on December u, 1978. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Lvdia Toews. and Bill and Gwen Chowen. Sincere thanks to Dr. t. Shwartz and the terrific slaff at the Grace Hospital. to announce the arrival of their first son. Marcel Joseph, on December Id, 1978, now weighing 7 Ibs. 2 oz., 21 in. long. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M. Desrochers and Mme. S. Viallet. Ian and Pamela (nee Robinson} are proud to announce the sate arrival of fheir first child, Jettrev Stephen on Decmeber 6, 1978, weghing 7 Ibs. d ozs. Many thanks to Dr. Bradford and the group, the staff at Women's Centre and Joy for Lamaze. Insured. INMEMORIAM In memory ol John Kenneth Blinht. T'was a bureaucratic error That put you there mv son Away from us who loved you We knew not what they'd done, it was too late, when we found out That you had passed away Yet in our hearts we mourn for you If strengthens with each day: We can't believe that vou have gone Your spirit will he here With all of us who love vou Throughout each coining year. Remembered fondly by your lovinn mother, father, brother, wife and children. In loving memory of Troy, who passed away at age 4, on December 19, and Terrilvnn who passed away at age 2 on December 21, 1975. We mourn but dare not question why; God called them home just when Their future seemed secure and bright, We only pray to meet again. Sadly missed bv mom, Paul Huard. Kevin. Marsha and Rose Mary. In laving memory of our dear brother and uncle, Edward Arnold, who passed awav December 21. 1948. Please God forgive a silent tear and a constant wish that he were here. Others are taken, yes we know But he was our brother and we miss him so. loved and sadly missed alonq ife's way bv sister, Bev and Ken and family. of Helen and precious father of Jennifer and Susan, of 243 Augusta Drive. Prayers will be said on Thursday, December 21, at p.m., at the Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1142 Main St. at Luxton Ave. Divine Liturgy will be celebrated on Friday, December 22 at p.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Ukrainian Catholic Church, 580 Talbot Ave., with Rev. Fr. J. Sholdak officiating. Interment will follow in Holy Family Cemetery. MRS. XENIA 5IAMCZUR Suddenly, on December 20, 1978 at her residence, Mrs. Xenia Mamczur. aged 78 vcars, of 569 Stella Ave.. Winnipeg. Prayers will be said at 3.111.. Thursday (tonight) at Funeral Chapel, Funeral service will be he-Id at a.m. Friday at the chap-ol. Basilhin Fathers will offici-ite, interment in Ihe Kimwood Cemetery. Mrs. Mamczur was burn in the Ukraine, and came lo Canada in 1926, settling in Winnipeg where she had lived until lor death. She is survived by numerous nephews and nieces, and was ore-deceased by her husband. Slarry many years ago. Zawidoski Funeral Chapel. 721 Selkirk Ave. in care of arrangements. MYRON H. MITCH Suddenly at his residence at Shoal Lake on Tuesday, no-comber 1978 Mr. Myron H. Mitch, aged 73 years. The funeral service will be leld at St. Josephat's Ukrain-an Catholic Church, Shoal Lake on Saturdav. December 23 at a.m. Prayers will be held at the church Friday evening at p.m. Inter-! ment will follow in the Parish Cemetery. Surviving are his wife Stel-a: one son Peter of Rossburn. two daughters. Mrs. Mclford 'Rose) of Shoal Lake, Mrs. Julien (Jean) War-waruk of Krickson. There are; .2 grandchildren, fourj brothers and throe sisters. Rae's Funeral Home in care nf arrangements. In loving memory of our dear son and uncle, Edward, who passed awav December 21. 1968. We cannol bring Ihe old days back, when we were all together. But loving thoughts and memories, Will live with us forever. remembered bv Mom, brothers, sisters, nephews anil nieces. In loving memory of our dearest Annie, who passed awav December 21, 1976. You were a person of strength, Great energy, spirit, and life. You were kind and caring and loving Ooar Grandmother, Mother, Wife We can no longer touch vou. Dear Lady, Yc vou touch us a special way: With vour strong, loving spirit within us now. You help us every day remembered and sadly missed bv her husband, Tony, their children, and grandchildren. In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed awav December 21, 1977. Always remembered and sadlv bv Juno, sons John and and grandchildren In lovrno memory ot my dear mom. Katherine. who passed awav December 21, 1969. This day is remembered and ouietlv kept. No words are needed. 1 shall never forget. Always remembered and sadly missed bv vour daughter, '.Vanda Mo-ak. In lovma mrmory ot our st n and brother Ronald, who arctden-ta Iy passed away on December 21. 1968. A house ot many mansions In a valley of rest arid peare. Somewhere beyond the sunset the gold ot Ihc skies. You entered God's beautiful garden. Where happiness never dies. Lovmolv remembered bv mom, dad. brothers and sisters In lovino memory of Ronnie, who passed away December 21. 1CAS As long as lite and memory last. We will remember thee remembered bv Ihe Carlson family. In loving memory ot our aunt. Irene, who passed away December 21. 1977. Soft v Ihc leave- of memory fall. Gently we gather and treasure them a 1. Unseen, unheard, she is always near. St II loved, still missed and very dear. Sadlv missed and alwavs remembered bv Bert, Terrv and family. In lovina memory of Hilda, who passed away December 2', 1973. Every day in some small way Memories of vou still come our wflv. Though absent, vou are always near, St II loved, still missed, and very dear. always bv her family. In lovma memorv of our dear father, father-in-law and G-ni. Andrew, who passed awav December 21. 1974 The things we feel so deeply, are the hardest things to sav But we vour family loved you. in a very special Our family brckcr, ar-d noth.-ng seems the same. But as God will rail one bv one. the Cham will tint', acam Rest in Peace dear family remembered bv your dauch-ter, June and son--n law Steve and OMnfKtlildren Carol, Stephen and Bill OV-.3n3 qrr clrfiv-fl 'hf ,r of mcir Larissa Alexandra 00 Saturday. December 16. 1978 al St. BonllKt Hospital Many to Drs. Chano and Urn and all the staff !be maternity   

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