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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 26, 1962, Winnipeg, Manitoba                               PAGE 24 WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1962 esDea I'Irst 10 lines or leu. per Insertion S-'.lK) Each additional line, per insertlnn Ittc DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS SAMUEL HOLLANDER On February 24, 1962 at St. DAVID W. FETCH Suddenly on February 23, 1962 PETER G. H. RIDDELL On February 23. 1962, Peter j 1 BIRTHS I 8 FUNERAL DIRECTORS BRIAN THOMAS SMITH On February 25th, 1962, at: MURIEL MAT BARON- CHAPMAN wn On February 25, 1962, at the Suddenly promoted to Glory, by his wife Eva. tJiree daugh- Winmpeg General Hospital, February 16, 1962, Fred Chap-! ters, Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Muriel May Baron, aged man of 4564 East Fender Street, Clarice Rayter; both of Wmni- Boniface Hospital, Mr. Samuel in Brandon, Mr. David W. Fetch. G. H. Riddell, aged 76 years of! home, Brian Thomas Smith, Hollander, formerly of 512 Flora aged 78 years of Virden, Mani-: 1037 Corydon Avenue, beloved aged months, beloved son of Ave Funeral service was Funeral services will be'husband of Christina R. Riddell.: of 671 Borebank Street, on February 25. at Chesed Shell held! from St. Pauls United i Funeral services at p.m., Mr. and Mrs. David E. Smith. Ernes Chapel, burial in Church, Virden on Tuesday, Feb-! Tuesday at the A. B. Gardiner: In addition to his parents, he is Zedek Cemetery He is survived ruary 27, at p.m. Interment i Funeral Home, 178 Kennedy St. survived by a brother, Garry; in Virden Cemetery. W. H. Lee! at York, with Dr. W. G. Mac- his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. sis- Berkowitch; home. His parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rae Cohan and Mrs. Frank Chapman, Vancouver, j Rose Scrmoor and eight grand- One sister, Mrs. W. MacDougall, I children. Mr. Hollander was Winnipeg. Two grandchildren, i born in Rumania on Septem- Deceased was a'member of Key-! ber 26, 1893, and has res.ded in 25 years of 321 Smithfield Ave. Vancouver, B.C. Survived by hisjpeg: and Mrs. Sheila Mosko- Rematas resting in iMordue loving wife, Mary, two daugh- j witch of Vancouver; one: brother, Bros Funeral Home, Broadway 'ters, Mrs. Patricia Hamilton of 'Israel of Winnipeg: three at Edmonton. For further in- Richmond and Linda Ruth at ters, Mrs. Tillie formation please call WH 2-7566. JOHN BOYD On February 24, 1962, at Van- couver, John Boyd, formerly of St. James. Born in County Derry, Ireland, Mr. Boyd came to Canada in 1913. He came to St. James in 1922 and taught at Linwood High School until his retirement in 1945. He was a member of St. James United j ley View. Vancouver, B.C. Church and an elder for many i rm FTTF years. He was predeceased by MARIE A. COLLETTE his vife, Martha, in 1960. He is Funeral Home in care of ar-: lean officiating. Interment rangements. LETA EMILY PICKEN On February 24th, 1962, at the 1 Garry Memorial Park. in S. E. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith and his great grand- mother, Mrs. It. E. Davis. Ar- ANTHONY SENCHUK .-angements are in care of the On February 20, 1962, at the; A B Gardiner Funeral Home, WK 2-8537. Suddenly, on February 26, W.U fCUlUCtlV rtL H1C t __ l Princess Elizabeth Hospital, af- Winmpeg Genera Hospital An- ter a lengthy illness, Leta Emily thonv of 241 Pntchard. Picken dearly beloved wife of Ave- a8ed 72 years- Mr- Sen.! Hugh Picken of ChaUont born mAustna and resideVce" It'winS RnaH fhnrlpsu-nnd anrl former-; had Deen a resment oi __ _ <-_...i___ Road, Charleswood, and former fnr AR vp3rs HP is snrvivpf] hv Pees ly of 420 Boyd Avenue. Winnipeg 48 years He, s summed by pinr, nura Deceased was a member of Key-' oer IBSJ, ana nas i., ul daughters Mrs. Pauline stone Lodge No. 121 A.F. and Winnipeg for 55 years. He was Funeral service at p.m. AM Vancouver and Empire emploved by Canada Railway Wednesday from the Clark Lea- OaK Folnl.' uanitpDa, 20, 1962 with Rev. officiating. Interment Val- Lodge No. 127 A.F. and A.M. News for more than 35 years. i PETER LECLAIR 1 On February 24, 1962 at his residence, Peter Charles, aged 92 years, beloved husband of Julia Leclair of St. Laurent, On February 24, 1962, at Win- Manitoba. Prayers will be said Tuesday in the Chapel. therclale Funeral Home, 232 .Kennedy Street with Rev. R A. MacAulay officiating. Interment in the family plot in Elmwood Cemetery. Born in Belfast, Nor- thern Ireland, Mrs. Picken had survived by three daughters, General Hospital, Mrs.: at p.m Maude Kroger and Mrs.'Marie A. Collette of_568 Ban-! Greenacres Memorial F'orVnce tath of Ave., aged 77 years.; Remains will rest at his daugh Lri Mrs Daisv Sharp of Order Prayers at p.m. ters residence, Mrs. L. Lavellee couver and Mrs Daisy Sharp 011 oarish from Wesndesday until time of Mrs' Martha by parish from Wesndesday m. Tuesday in service. Requiem High Mass ns of BrTndon the Thomas D.McGee Funeral'will be sung in the St. Laurent, children and four gVeaf-S- Chapel, 124 Donald St. Re- j R.C. Church at a.m. Thurs- children and four great grana g day Interment in Oje parish children. MARY ELEANOR BRADT On Friday, February 23, 1962 at her residence, Mrs. Mary Eleanor Bradt, aged 79 years, beloved wife of the late Amos Bradt of 910 Bond St., Trans- cona. Funeral at p.m. Mon- day from the Rivers United Church with Rev. F. W. Mul- rirew officiating. Interrnpnt in Rivers Cemetery. Clark Leath- crdale in care of arrangements. EMILi: GUSTOB BUKCHLER On February 23, 1962 Mr. F.mile Gustob Buechler. aged 66 years of 819 Strathcona St., be- loved husband of Amy Christine Buechler. Funeral service will be held Wednesday, February 28. p.m. in the Spruce Funeral Chapel. Portage and Stiles with Rev. Irvin Daeschel officiating, by interment in St. James Cemetery. Besides his wife. Mr. Buechler is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Henry (Audrey) Kroeker of Winnipeg; and Ann Bazenit of Eriksdale, Manitoba, three grandchildren. A. Sutherland. Funeral service at p.m. Wednesday, at the A. B. Gardiner Funeral Home, and Agatha are nappy to announce the arrival of their son. Gordon Douglas. 7 Ibs.. 9 on February 22. 1962, Al the Women's Pavilion. Thanks to Dr. Andison and hospital Maff. and Vi are pleased to i announce the birth of a baby daugh- ter. Lori Frances, on February 15, 1962, at the Women's Fav-ilior.. Sin- cere thanks to a wonderful nursing staff and lo Drs. Bleeks. McCawlcy, Bradford and Schmidt, and Sophie GREEN ACRES MEMORIAL CHAPEL (located in) Green Acres Memorial Gardens AL 3-8676 AL 3-8997 CH 7-2495 A. B. GARDINER AND CO. LTD. are happy to announce the arrival of j Patricia" Elizabeth. 7 Ibs., S oz., on sympathetic understanding of all your problems including the avoidance of needless expense McCavvley and Pavilion surf. Rodney and Xadia 'nee Smalei are pleased and happy announce the birth of Kim's baby brother. Brent Dale. Weight 7 Ills'. 178 Kennedy St. m.. on February 17, at Ph. WH 2-8537 Funeral service will be held at m Kennedy Street at York, 10-00 a.m. Tuesday in St. Vladi-1 wlth Rev..H. S. Lederman offi-j mir and Olga Cathedral, 115! dating. Interment .in Cha- McGregor St., Msgr. W. Lawn Memorial Gardens, ner officiating. Interment in All i Mrs. Sutherland was born 11C1 UlllLldLlllti. llllCLllldll IU n.11 been a resident of Winnipeg i Saints cemetery Kerr's Funeral Acton, Ontario, coming West in since 1914. She was an honorary Life Member of the Irish Pro- testant Association of Manitoba, Chapel Ltd.. in care of arrange- ments. a Past President of its Ladies MRs. KSENIA SKIBINSKI Auxiliary, and an active mem- i Suddenly on February 23, 1962 ber of St. Giles United Church j at iate residence, 514 Mag- and its Women's Association for nus Avenue, Mrs. Ksenia Skibin- many years. Surviving in addi- skj agetj 71 years, formerly of tion to her husband, are Hartford Avenue, West Kil- sons, Hugh Samuel of Toronto. ---a-- suiia, j.u. Wednesday in Sacred Heart cemetery. Born at St. Francois Ont and Robert John of Winni- h, Lydia and Bannatyne Xavier. Mr. Leclair had. resided six grandchildren. PaU- ___ the Rev. C. LaFreniere at St. Laurent for the past be_ j H Tate w. O.M.I, officiating. Burial in'years. Besides his wife, he is; j Morgan Samuel MacKenzie. Chapel Lawn Cemetery. IMrs. G. Erstelle, Mrs. J. Des- j jarlais, Mrs. J. Bellhimeurs; Mrs. C. Fife; of Winnipeg, Mrs... ;L. Lavellee and Mrs. C. Gui- iboche of St. Laurent and Mrs. I B. Hallett of Prince George. IB.C., four sons, Jerome and Clark Winters. FergUSOD donan. Prayers p.m. Mon- day in Zawidowski Funeral Cha- pel, Selkirk at Parr. Requiem High Mass a.m. Tuesday in St. Vladimir and Olga Cathe- dral, Stella and McGregor. I Msgr. W. Kushner will officiate. FRANK PICKNICKI Suddenly on February 23, 1962 at the Selkirk General Hospital Mr. Frank Picknicki, aged 48. be- Interment in All Saints Ceme- tery. 1916, and had heen a resident in Winnipeg Beach for the past 33 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by one sister, Mrs. C. Leverty, of Vancouver, B.C. GUDMUNDUR HALLDOR THORKELSON Suddenly on February 23, 1962 at Glmli, Manitoba, Mr. Gud- mundur Halldor Thorkelson, aged 54 years of 78 Gimli. Funeral service will be held at p.m. Wednesday in the Gimli Unitarian Church. Rev. P. M. Petursson officiating. Interment in the Gimli Ceme- Lacfline General Hospital, Montreal, i Quebec. Sincere thanlcs lo Dr. Dixon j and hospital staff. and Louise are haiipy j to announce the birth of Michai1! j Neil, 7 Ibs., 2 ixr.. on February HI. i 1962. A brother for Judy and Doutfas. Well deserved praise for Dr. Hennp- herg and the staff at the .Maternity Pavilion. and Dorothy (nee Desmarais) are happy to an- nounce the arrival of their daughter. Margaret Michelle. Weight 7 Ibs.. 2 m... on February 24, 1962. A sister for Dianne. Sincere thanks to Dr. R. J. Hltesman and Misericordia Hos- pital staff. and Shirley 'nee Wilsonl announce the eagerly awaited arrival of their darling son. Craig Allan, on February 22, 1962. Weight 7 Ihs.. 6 oz. A brother for Michel and j Patrick. I ,tery. Mr. Thorkelson had oper- j ated a Jewellery Store in Gimli VICTOR STUCKY j for many years. He was also On February 23, 1962 at Grace j Chairman of the Gimli Cemetery ,____ loved husband of Mary Picknicki Hospital, Victor Stucky, aged 46 Association. He is survived by Ovide. of Winnipeg. Adelard and j Of Lac (ju Bonnet. Manitoba. years, beloved husband of Karo- his wife Effie, three daughters, Moise of St. Laurent, also 46 j prayers will be said Sunday, Stucky, 352 McKay Ave., (Beverley) Mrs. Charles Hall grandchildren, 32 great grand- children and a great great grandson; a brother, Jean Bap- tist of St. Lazare, and a sister. Mrs. P. Beaulieau of The Pas. For further information please call Greenacres Memorial Cha- pel. AL 3-8676. KERR'S Funeral Chapels Traditionally Fine Funeral Service Since 1887 Our New Chapel Accommodates 300 120 Adelaide St. WH 3-6688 THOMSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS Broadway at Furby Est. 1879 Ph. SU 3-7211 "In The Service of Others" PINE VIEW CHAPELS February 25. at p.m. in the j N.K. Born in Germany, Mr. of Toronto, Effie and Georgina, Renshaw Funeral Chapel, had lived in Winnipeg for; his mother, Mrs. Gudni and two sejour, Manitoba. Requiem High! the past 4 years. He was a car- sons, Halldor and Phillip; three Mass will be sung Monday. Feb-1 penters helper with the Metro-. brothers, August of Gimli. Julius ruary 26, at a.m. in Construction Co. Besides i of Lavack, Out. Bjorn of Van- Notre Dame Church, Lac du Bon-; his wife, he is survived by two couver; three sisters. (Lena) net, Rev. Father Heart will of-; sons, R0lf and Ludwig, and Mrs. R. Teetsel in New Mexico, jiciate. Burial will follow in the one daughter, Mrs. Peter Zefuss (Gudrun) Mrs. G. Campbell of1 family plot in the Lac du Bonnet of Germany: and one grand- Victoria and (Gladys) Mrs. E. I R.C. Cemetery. The late Mr. child. Funeral service p.m. Harris of Winnipeg, and two j Picknicki was born in Tuesday in the Bardal Funeral grandchildren. Gilbart Funeral Halstead (r.ee Betty Kingston Row, are happy to an- nounce the birth of their first child. Eric Douglas, on February 23. 1962, in the Women's Pavilion. and Wanda 'nee Chudzik) are pleased lo announce the arrival of their son. John Gor- don Thomas, S Ibs. 9 m... on February 10. 1962 at St. Boniface Hospital. Many thanks to Dr. R. L. Howden and staff. and Dorothy 'nee Gniaxdoski-James) are pleased lo an- nounce the arrival of their daughter. Sheri Lynne. 4 Ibs., 2 oz.. on Fell- ruary 21, 1962, at the Misericordi Mrs. Roy E. CREMATORY AND CEMETERY ot Complete funeral and burial arrange- ments with one establishment. 29 Waverley St. at Chcvricr Blvd. Fort Garry Ph. GR CROPO FUNERAL CHAPEL Serving all faiths and beliefs Main at Luxton Phone JUstice 6-8044 A. S. BARDAL LTD. since 1894 Hospital. Sincere thanks to Dr. Ben within Your Schwartz Dr. P. Barnes, and hos- i Always Wlinin XOUr pitai start. air conditioned, private parking Mr. William M. H. Dawson, aged 61 years. Rosary prayers JOSEPH LISECKI Suddenly on February 24. 1902, at the Misericordia Manitoba and moved to Brignt. j HomeT'sherbrook and" William, Home, Selkirk. Flowers grate- I stone, Manitoba 30 years ago and Rev. H. Kroeger officiating. Bur- fully declined. The family re- took up farming for 23 ynars. I iai m Elmwood Cemetery. quests in lieu of flowers, contri- i.-vuuicv; vj. t Prior to his death he was the I butions may be made to the four sons, Wallace of Transcona, President of United Cigar will be said at p.m and operator of the Holi- NORMAN STEWART TATE Gimli cemetery fund in care of Greenwood. Nova [Stores Limited, died suddenly at day m the Cropo Funeral Uia- gt Lac du On February 24. 1962, at Win-. Kardy's Hardware, Gimli. Scotia- Ronald and home in Toron'" I noi Main and I nxton Reouiem s_ both of Winnipeg, one brother, i evening of Thursday Ernest of Moosehorn, Manitoba, 22nd. He was 57. Mrs. Helen Penno, life-long career with Hne) Bwh. Moosehorn. and Office. He later moved to Win- j Mr nine grandchildren. Mr. Buech- ler was born in Poland and came to Canada in 1905. As of late 35 St. Mary's Cem.-tery ta" William Thomas, aged 76 was born in Poland yalerie at home; also one j toba in 1912. Mr. Tate had been son, Wilfred at home; his a civil engineer with the Dept. j nipeg where he took charge of and came to i Wmrea ai nome; ms immjc...- in I M- Martin Picknicki Sr. of Lac j of In 1933 he returned to the Tor-1 fitter with the CPR for the past over i 7 Rutland St., Western was a nd Helen nrr Ross are happy to announce the birth of a son. David Alexander, February U4, 1962. ai Toronto General Hospital. and Dovccn mac Edwards) are happy to announce the i birth their daughter, Janice Maur- j cen. on February- 21. 1902 at Grace ;843 Sherbrook SP 4-7474 CLARK LEATHERDALE FUNERAL HOMES ,T CHAPELS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WINNIPEG BRANDON WH 2-5495 Hospital. Weight 9 Ibs. 4 A sister PHILIP COUTU FUNERAL CHAPELS for Barbara, Terry and Brm-e. Jjtd 156 Mariun SL Ph. CH 7-1433 or CH 7-2325. RANDALL Ivor and Shirley j nappy to announce the arrival of their t son. Allan Reid, on February 1962. Weight 8 Ibs.. A brother j for Glon and Janice. Sincere thanks 1 to A. V. Goldstein and staff at Grace Hospital. MEMORIAL FUNERAL SERVICE Phone justice 9-4911 Selkirk at Parr St. member of; du Bonnet and three sisters Mrs. he was a o! the'stjonto office as Purchasing He of engineer injjn the ,ast otiH Nn 'aser. was amwiinted a Director the at. Jonn Lamms society tor ___ nt Ynknn fnr 2 vears. ijears. He naa Been a DriCKia James Masonic Lodge and No.! ager, was appointed a Director 23 Branch of the Eagles. 40 years, retiring in 1950. He had in Winnipeg and had lived 15! Mrs George Groinu of Whltehorse Yukon for 2 years! j years. He had been a bricklayer Mrs. uiumus u ,_........survived iand a member of the Bncklay-. ager, was appomiea a .t Unhn- Georee Gro nus ot wnitenorse KUKon lor z years. of the Company in 1947. and e.ec-1 f years Besides; his wife Besides his wife, he is survived ted Vice President in 1948. He i hne, he is Edward Wozny of Springwell, i by two sons, Ross of Edmonton Mr. Dawson was born and edu- a brother, Stephen of Pol.md. daughters, Mrs. G. Grant (Aud- Edmontonicrs Union ami had attended St. ;James Gospel Chapel. Besides! PARK LAWN MORTUARY. 1858 POR- i tage Avenue. Phone TU 8-7977. UESJARDINS FUNERAL CHAPEL, and Carol r.ee tm- 131 I5onarti Blvd. CE 3-4949. pevi are happv to announce tne birth ot" their son. "Keith Darrall. Weight LOEWEN FUXERAL CHAPEL S Ibs.. 5 oz.. on February J3. 1962, j 194 Kelvin St. Phone LE 3-8695 at the Misericordia Hospital. A bro- FUNERAL HOME LTD. thcr tor Kevin. Sincere thanks to Dr. fc t parr st_ phone }u g.49U. A. S. Majurv and staff. 9 FLORISTS___________ SPECIAL ON GERANIUMS IN 4 INCH POTS Following varieties Ricard (bright red'. Penny (Salmon Showball Salmon Ideal isalmon pink'. Apple Blossom 
                            

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