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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Lethbridge, Alberta A2 the Letha Mdse Herald smurf to May 10, 19m births deaths in memorials cards of thanks Coe Paul and Michele Are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter Ashley Marie Ken Dall on april 27th, 1986, weighing 8 pounds 3 ounces. Proud grandparents Are or. And mrs. Bob Coe of fort Macleod and mrs. Marie Maclean of Lethbridge. Castellano Gene is pleased to announce the arrival of his new brother Garet Arnold on May 2nd, 1986, weighing 8 pounds 13 ounces. Second grandchild for Eno and Vivian Castellano. Additional grand son for Arnold and Salme Ingerman and second great grandson for Noni and Tony. Bossert passed away suddenly on thurs Day May 8th, 1986, Katharine Bossert at the age of 70 years beloved wife of Ted Bossert of Wrentham. Funeral arrangements to be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon funeral directors assisting the family. Gilchrist Lance and Susan Are proud to announce the arrival of their Daugh Ler Megan Colleen who was born on april 20th, 1986 in the Leth Bridge regional Hospital. Proud grandparents Are Warren and Colleen Heath of Lennoxville Quebec and de and Olive Gilchrest of Lethbridge baby is god s Way of say ing the world should go Lazarick Wayne and Cindy Are pleased to announce the birth of their son Christopher Scott born on april 25th, 1986. Equally proud Are or. And mrs. Alex Jozsa or. And mrs. Robert Blair great grandparents mrs. Elizabeth Molnar mrs. Mary Jozsa and or. Nick Breznicki. Special thanks to or. Wescott or. Metcalf and to the maternity and intensive care Nursery staff of the l Lethbridge regional Hospital. Insured. Death notices Mcewen passed away in Blairmore on May 8th, 1986 at age 91 years Ernest Ernie Mcewen. During most of his life he had been employed As a stable Boss for the mining companies and various ranches and at the time of his death was a resident of the Crow nest pass nursing Home Complex. He was predeceased by his father Peter of Cowley in 1929, Mother Edith Sharpe of Pincher Creek in 1961, one brother h. A. Sandy Mcewen during the first world War and one sister Peggy of Vernon . In 1976. Survivors include one son Sandy and his wife Margaret Mcewen new Westminster . Four Sisters Ruby Gilmar Blair More Agnes Foster Sidney ., Jean Vernon Burns Pincher Creek Doris de Baines Pincher Creek one grandson three great grand children iwo great great grandchild Ren and several nieces and nephews. At the request of the deceased there will be no funeral services. If friends so desire memorial donations May be made to the Charity of your Choice. Fantin s chapels ltd., funeral directors in charge of arrangements. Still passed away in Salt Lake City on thursday May 8th, 1986, Alice still at the age of 78 years beloved wife of the late James still of Raymond. Funeral arrangements to be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon funeral directors assisting the family. Cooper passed away in Raymond on wednesday May 7th, 1986, Athol Cooper at the age of 81 years beloved husband of Velva Dick Cooper of Raymond. Funeral services will be held on saturday May 10th, 1986 at . In the Raymond 2nd and 3rd Ward . Chapel Highway 52 with Bishop Tim Tollestrup officiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill cemetery. Friends May meet the family on Friday evening Only in the Salmon funeral Chapel 327 10th Street South from . Until . Christensen Salmon funeral directors assisting the family. 329-4934. Dobay Mary in Loving memory of a dear wife Mother and grandmother who passed away May Lith 1983. Steven Ann Marie and Michael. In memorial Fujikawa passed away at the age of 55 years Clifford Fujikawa in the e. Maxwell Evans clinic in Vancouver . On wednesday May 7th, 1986. Born in Hiroshima Japan the late or. Fujikawa spent his boyhood in new. Westminster ., before returning to Japan in 1940. He returned to Raymond Alberta at age 18. Clifford was employed by the . After graduating from sait. He spent a number of years in the n.w.t., initially with the department. He then left to operate a Small private business in Haines Junction Yukon. For the past fifteen years he has resided and worked in Vancouver Island and Richmond . He is predeceased by his daughter Dana Carolyn in 1985 and by his father Mitsuo in 1979 Cliff will be sadly missed by his daughter Tamara Ellen his Mother sister and two Brothers. Funeral services will be held at 1 . On monday May 12th, 1986 at the Garden Chapel 540 16th Avenue new Calgary Alberta with Rev. P. Hatano officiating. Interment to Fol Low at Queens Park cemetery. If so desired memorial tribute May be made to the Charity of the donors Choice. Hougen in memory of Lorn Hougen who passed away on May 10th, 1984. He is lovingly remembered As a dear husband son in Law brother in Law Uncle and grandson in Law. Missed by the Bullis families and Joe Schile. Ronnenberg passed away in the City on thursday May 8th, 1986, or. Harold Ronny Ronnenberg at the age of 76 years beloved husband of mrs. Hilda Ronnenberg of 343 18th Street North. Born raised and educated in Medicine hat or. Ronnenberg married his wife Hilda in Medicine hat on december 23rd, 1934. Ronny worked with the youth training school in Medicine hat As a welding instructor for Many years. In later years he worked As the Southern Alberta welding inspector for the Alberta provincial govern ment. In the Early 1960 s they moved to Leth Bridge where or. Ronnen Berg worked As the supervisor for the apprentice ship training for the Alberta govern ment. Or. Ronnenberg was very Active in magic and travelled throughout Southern Alberta with the . Amateur shows performing magic. Upon retirement or. Ronnenberg was Well known for his sounds a phonic music. He has resided in Lethbridge until his passing. He was a member of the International brotherhood of magicians association for Many years and a life member of the elks club receiving tis 30 year pin. He was also a very keen Fisherman and Hunter. Besides his Loving wife Hilda Ronny is survived by a daughter mrs. Doreen William Laing of Lethbridge two grandchildren Kelly Weiss and Shane Laing of Leth Bridge and two great grandchildren Paul and Mark Weiss of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by one sister and one brother. The funeral service will be held at .1 . On monday May 12th, 1986 in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel 703 13th Street North with reverend Barry Seifert officiating. Interment to follow in Mountain View cemetery Field of Honor. Those who wish May donate to the Alberta heart foundation mrs. Natalie Olson . Box 507, Lethbridge. T1j 3z1. Martin Bros. Ltd., directors of the funeral service. Phone 328-2361. Doram passed away in the City on thursday May 8th, 1986, or Charles Frederick Doram at the age of 87 years of Golden acres Lodge beloved husband of the late mrs. Helen Doram. Born in Staffordshire England the late Charles Doram came to Canada Coal City Alberta in 1909. He Farmed in the Cranford Chin area for approximately 18 years. He retired from farming in the fall of 1942. He owned and operated the general store and Post office in Chin for 6 years. Charlie moved to Vauxhall and operated the Corona hotel until 1951 when he moved to Lethbridge. He has resided in Lethbridge until his passing. Or. Doram was one of the original members of the Alberta wheat Pool. Or. Charles Doram is survived by one son Arthur Florence Doram of Kenya Africa and Hays Alberta two daughters Alberta Robert Burton of Claresholm and Verna David Wiest of Enchant 13 grand children 32 great grandchildren and one daughter in Law Beneth Doram of Coaldale. He was predeceased by his wife Helen in october of 1978 and two sons William Doram in 1981 and Joseph Doram in infancy. The funeral service will be held at 1 . In Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel 703 13 Street North on tuesday May 13, 1986 with Canon Allan Mccuaig officiating. Interment to follow in Arch mount memorial gardens. Those who wish May donate to the Canadian cancer society 31710 Street South to 2m7. Martin Bros. Ltd., directors of the funeral service. Phone 328-2361. Anderson in Loving memory of our dear Mother and father who have entered eternal life Janet Jenny on May 10th, 1969 and . On june 4th, 1954. Time goes on but memories stay As near and dear As yesterday. Remembered by Daugh ters Emerald Clara Ruth and families. Lorie Fiedler new Democrat Macleod i would like to thank All my supporters and those who voted for me. Best wishes to or. Fjordbotten. By the new Democrat party Macleod constituency. Mozalewski Many Heartfelt thanks to friends neighbors and organizations for the expression of sympathy in the Way of cards phone Calls Flowers visits and donations to the elks purple Cross fund in the loss of. Our Mother and grandmother. Anna and Mary. Hougen in Loving memory of a dear Hus band and son Lorn who passed away May 10th, 1984. Quietly remembered every Day sadly missed along life s Way deep in our hearts he will always remain until god in his time unites us again. In our hearts his wife Jackie Mother and father Pauline and Marvin Derringer George in Loving memory of a dear husband father and Grandfather George Berringer who passed away May Lith 1981. The Depths of sorrow we cannot Tell of the loss of the one we loved so Well. And while he sleeps a peaceful sleep his memory we shall always keep. Loved and remembered by wife Nena. De Mark and family Peleskey in Loving memory of a dear Hus band father acid Grandfather Ellis who passed away May Lith 1984 he is gone but not forgotten and As dawns another year. In our lonely hours of thinking thoughts of him Are always near. Days of sadness will come Over us Many think the wound is healed. But they Little know the sorrow that lies in our hearts concealed. Remembered and sadly missed by wife Helen Peleskey family. Miller Frank l. Miller a proud Alberta son passed away on May 8th, 1986 in St. Michael s Hospital Lethbridge Alberta beloved husband of mrs. Erma Miller of 146 Chippewa Crescent. Frank s grandmother was Medicine hats first Bride in 1883. Frank who was born in Grassy Lake on october 18, 1912, moved to Stirling Alberta at the age of 12. From Here he moved to Etzikom Alberta where he worked on his Uncle krafts ranch. In 1938 at Lethbridge Alberta Frank met and married his wife Erma. Their Union and love bore two sons Gordon and Wesley. Gordon Bruce Miller passed away in Lethbridge in 1972. In approximately 1952, Frank went into the trucking business. Ill health forced him to quit and in 1968 he and Erma moved from Lethbridge to Elk water Alberta where Frank worked for the government for five years. In 1973 Frank retired and he and his wife moved to Lethbridge. Frank was a member of the masonic Lodge. He is predeceased by his Mother Grace Darling Gibson father Fred Miller Brothers George and Fred Miller two half Brothers and one step sister. He leaves to mourn his wife Erma his son Wesley and wife Beth of Drumheller his two grandchildren Ramona and Hartley Miller two half Brothers three half Sisters and two aunts. The funeral service will be held at 1 . On monday May 12, 1986 in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel 703 13 Street North with reverend or. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment to follow in Arch mount memorial gardens. Those who wish May make donations to the Alberta heart foun Dation care of mrs. Natnlie Olson . Box 507, Lethbridge to 3z1. Martin Bros. Ltd., directors of the funeral service. Phone 320-2361. Ii Illmer in Loving memory of our dear father Grandfather great grand father Herman Albert August Hillmer who passed away on december 281h, 1962 and also in Lov ing memory of our dear Mother grandmother great grandmother Maude Olive Elliott Hillmer who passed away May 31st, 1985 our hearts still ache with sadness and secret tears still flow for what it meant to lose you both no one will Ever know. Missed by daughter Bertha Heber and families Vaselenak in Loving memory of a dear husband and father George who passed away May Lith 1983. Softly the leaves of memory fall gently we gather and treasure them All. Unseen unheard he is Ever near still loved still missed still very dear. Please god forgive a silent tear and a constant wish that he were hear. Others Are taken yes we know that he was ours and we miss him so. And remembered by his wife Kathy daughter Shannon sons Curtiss and Rory. Terentiuk in Loving memory of William Bill dear husband father and Grandfather who passed away May Lith 1979. Beautiful memories Are wonderful things they last till the longest Day they never Wear out or never get lost. And can never be Given away. To some you May be forgotten and to others a part of the past. But to those who loved and lost you. Your memory will Ever last. Remembered and sadly missed by his wife Minnie and Robin and Norm and David announcements Hentsi annual meeting will be held at fort whoop up on sunday May 11ti1 at 7 . General Public is encouraged to attend. Haraga i wish to express my sincere thanks to everyone during my recent stay in Hospital. Thank you for All the flow ers gifts cards prayers and also the goodies brought to the House after i returned Home. A sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses on the Surgi Cal floor station 2 of the Lethbridge regional Hospital. Haraga Gilchrist the families of the late Margaret Stone Gilchrist wish to thank our numerous friends for their kindnesses during the illness and recent passing of Margaret a dear wife Mother grandmother daughter and sister. Thank you for your expressions of love sympathy in visits phone Calls cards food and Flowers. Also thanks to the Cardston Hospital staff doctors and nurses for their constant care and concern and to the Raymond 7th Ward Relief society for the lunch served following the burial in the Temple Hill Ceme Tery and family and Mary and family. Vav Flamowicz the family of the late Monica w1lamowicz wish to express our Heartfelt gratitude for the Many acts of kindness of the passing of our dear wife Mother daughter and sister. For the Many cards food Flowers phone Calls and donations. Thank you to the doctors and nurses in Leth Bridge. Calgary and Edmonton and London Ontario. Thanks to the pall bearers Stefan Kupis Frank Sokalski Marion Slasinski Peter Matlas John Szelagowski Hank Vredegoor. Thanks to the ladies of the . For providing such a Lovely lunch. Special thanks to father Howard icon for the Beautiful Sermon to the soloist and the organist. Thank you to Martin Bros for being so kind and helpful in making the funeral arrangements. Eugene and Sebastian Wilamowitz and Elfriede Domagala Gary and Mary Vredegoor Anthony and Diana Domagala Steven Ricky Eugene Andrew Domogala. Bullock. The family of the late Max Bullock wish to express our appreciation and sincere gratitude to our Many friends and relatives for their sympathy and kindness shown during our recent bereavement. We wish to thank them for their support and generosity. We appreciated the visits to our Home phone Calls Beautiful Flo ral tributes and the generous donations of food. Thanks to Bishop Elaine Burbank Bishop Jack Oviatt and other Church members of the Vaux Hall and Lethbridge 4th wards for their partic ipalion during the funeral to the Lethbridge 4th Ward and Vauxhall Ward Relief society for the Lovely lunch served Afler service to the pallbearers to our neighbors to Christensen Salmon funeral Home lid for your helpfulness and to All who attended. We feel the love and support shown us has been a special Iri Bule to our husband father and Grandfather. Betty Bullock Gordon Haskell and fam ily s. Bullock m. Bullock c Bullock. Happy ads Mer Happy birthday Brad Brown guess who s 18 love mom dad Lee Lynn spelling Bee final tonight the Southern Alberta spelling Bee final Between Taber Central school and Pincher Creek Canyon school will be broadcast tonight at 6 on Lethbridge television Channel 7 Cable 2. Tonight s Winner will Advance to the Alberta spelling Bee championship next saturday in Calgary. Taber consisting of Eric Ely Jared Ely Dawn Duni Modo and Donna hoi Stein and coached by Phyllis Husby and Ray Sheen Defeated Nicholas sheran of Lethbridge Taber . Westlake Enchant and Raymond to Advance to the final. Pincher Creek consisting of Jennifer Thornton Keith Doell Paul Haa Vard Rod and Tim Bensler and coached by Rod Taylor Defeated St. Mary s Leth Bridge Hays Cardston elementary and Magrath to make it to the final. Setting it straight Alan Young is choir director at St t Augustine s anglican not Southminster United As mentioned in a recent photo caption. Young led 133 voices and 15 musicians inst. Augustine s Benefit pre a sensation of Messiah from scratch which raised More than r lotteries de s just delighted with result Ottawa up nip Leader de Broadbent was absolutely delighted at his party s smashing breakthrough in the Alberta election thursday. The election of 16 new democrats to the 83-seat provincial legislature is a sign of nip resurgence in the West and bodes Well for provincial elections expected soon in British Columbia and Saskatchewan and the next Federal Clicc lion expected around 1988, he said in a Telephone interview with broadcast news. We will be going Flat out to elect for the first time Federal seats in the prov Ince of Alberta and i m convinced we can do he paid special tribute to Alberta nip Martin and former Leader Grant Nolley who died in a plane crash for their years of hard work. Secondly 1 would also say it s Good for democracy in general in the prov Ince of Alberta to have a much strength ened opposition Toronto up the win Ning number in Friday s provincial Tery draw is 5232698. There Are also subsidiary prizes. Toronto up the six winning numbers in wednesday s lotto 6-49 draw were 9, 16, 22, 40, 42 and 47. The Bonus number was 15. Winnipeg up the winning num Bers drawn wednesday night in the Western express lottery in Alberta Saskatchewan and Manitoba for 1912725 for 1865748, 2300000, 1700759, 1637669 Winnipeg up the winning num Bers drawn in the lotto West lottery wednesday night 1, 2, 8, 11, 17, 18, 37 and 54. The Bonus number was 36. Toronto up the six winning numbers in last saturday s lotto 6-49 draw were 12, in 30, 38, 39 and 47. The Bonus number was 6. Today s winning numbers will appear in monday s Edi Tion. And heard remembering mothers and grandmothers on their special Day sunday May Lith Desrosiers in Loving memory of Mother and grandmother Margaret Desrosiers who passed away february 14th. 1982. Ever remembered by Mike and Judy. Tammy. Laurali Yanosik in Loving memory of our mothers and grandmothers Eileen Martin Mary Mercer a heart of Gold stopped beating. Hard working hands St rest god broke our hearts to prove to us he Only takes the Best. Lord in there Are any loses in heaven pick a Bunch with care place them in their arms and Tell them we still care. Lovingly remembered Harold Carol Marcie and Shannon Erinn Oseen of Turin just from a trip to Europe admitting a craving for Good old Canadian food chinese or mexican will do George Goldie of Leth Bridge borrowing his dear wife s Brand new Van for a Holiday trip and gelling All the Way to Taber before meeting another Deer this antlered variety wiped out the front end of the new Van and put an Abr up end to the Holiday adventure Ric Swihart shouting Gilbert Perreault Quot ing Patrick Melvin s favorite hockey player s name when Patrick walks by with an ice Cream Cone Pincher Creek administrator Ken Phillips saying Good Bye to an old refrigerator that my Crews picked up at the dump after it finally gave up the ghost. And my Field Man Dale uhrbach adding the machine finally outlived its Days As the my s Beer cooler Ted Wilson Busy fixing up the gallery space for the radish fac tory exposition remarking it s Lough changing a sow s ear into a silk purse restaurant owner Hans Isele caught purchasing some hair colouring Only to say he was buying it for a Friend Doreen Little seen trying to exercise her Power and carrying separation slips around the regional Hospital thursday in order to deter anyone in her depart ment who might try to help her Cele Brale Lier secret nifty birthday Lethbridge heal i unit nurse bekn1ce Nowicki telling col league Blue Webster the author of a poem about team l nurses had had difficulty gelling anything to rhyme Wilh Ellie other than words that weren t Loo complimentary so they moved her from the end of the line to the Middle. Gorrie in Loving memory of Mother and grandmother Florence who passed away Only 30th, 1981 and also lather and ther James who passed away May 9th, 1982. A Cluster of precious memories sprinkled with love and tears wishing god had spared you if Only a Lew More years. You left us Beautiful memories and sorrow Loo great to behold and to us who loved you so dearly your memory will never grow old. Forever loved and missed Doreen Pete. Donna Brad and Scott. Ferret in Loving memory of my wife. Out Mother grand and great grandmother who passed away on Mother s Day May 12th, 1985. The Dearest lady the kindest Friend. One of the Best whom god could lend Loving though Lull gentle and True always willing a kind act to do the loneliness without you the ache deep in our hearts we be nothing left but memories with them Well never part sadly my Good always loved husband children Bob. Eleanor and family Charles Lou lean and family. Frank Given and family Scoll Diana and family. Death toll now Johannesburg api a private watchdog group on Friday said the deals toll in 20 months of racial violence in South african has climbed to More than and Hal april was the ibid bloodiest Monelli during the period of unreal. Meanwhile the White led govern men introduced legislation to carry out ils pledge to abolish pass Laws that res Ricl the right of Blacks to live and work where they choose. President p. W. Botha suspended enforcement of the Laws last month. The South african Institute of race relations said u3 people died last month in violence related to apartheid South Africa s Legal system of segregation under which five million Whites dominate 24 million Vole less Blacks. April was the third Woodiest month since daily rioting broke out in Black townships in september 1984. Survivor Felt life slipping9 red Deer up a City Man who Clung loan overturned boat for 2 i hours in the frigid Walers of Sylvan Lake said he Felt his Lite slipping away As he wailed for help. Hugh Graham 33, and his Friend Dave Dunbar 27, look their boat out tuesday night to isl a new motor. The boat flipped going around a Corner and the men were thrown out of the boat. Dunbar an Oil worker used the Only life jacket floating on the water to swim to Shore. Graham a labourer chose to hang onto the boat. I had to loss my head and Forth and from Side to Side just to balance the boat to keep in from rolling and going Graham said in an interview thursday. I was numb i could t swim to a inn Uncial Park Ranger and an ramp Constable found Graham oven though it was dark and pulled the hardly conscious Man from the Lake

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