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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press thursday december 3, 1970 citizens9 group for main okayed a citizens Aid group Dis cussed recently As a possible solution to Aid in the prevention of crime on main Street was approved of in principle by members of the Winnipeg police commission wednesday. The group composed of Indi ans and Metis living in the main Street area has offered to patrol the Region in an Effort to decrease the crime rate. Prof. R. C. Bellan told Fel Low commission members this citizens Aid idea has a lot of Merit. It is a very Good idea As it will let these people Deal with problems informally before they become serious. It would also promote More Goodwill and understanding in the prof. Bellan also pointed out that although the group would be operating in a similar Man Ner to the police department they would t be actual members of the police depart ment and would have to be below the Rule of any member of the Winnipeg police depart ment Alderman Max Mulder agreeing with his fellow Board member said it s a Good idea but there Are a lot of stumbling blocks to overcome before something like this could Ever become a another commission member Douglas c. Groff said the idea sounds reasonable to me As Long As they did t turn line with other members said into a group of commission chairman mayor Steve Juba said i Don t see anything wrong with the plan except that it would need the necessary legislation before it could Ever Hope to come the mayor argued that one of the problems with the group would be the definition of what they a Youia be doing because there is the problem of who is and who in to authorized to enforce the in reply prof. Bellan an swered there would be teams of them walking around not act ing like police but there to help if any trouble develops. They would simply circulate and come to people s Frank Dojack. Chairman of the main Street merchants association also voiced his approval of the idea by saying that the whole idea sounds excellent to the merchants in the main Street a an first ten lines or less per insertion each additional line per insertion 6c. Sylvester Bachynsky on wednesday december 2, 1970 at the Vita general Hospi Tal or. Sylvester Bachynsky late of Vita Man. Or. Bachynsky is survived by two Brothers Peter of Vita Man. And Ben of Winnipeg. Mass will be Sung on saturday morning at . In the ukrainian Catholic Church in Vita Man. Rev. H. S. Oliynek officiating. Interment in the Parish Ceme Tery. Green acres memorial Chapel 274 Talbot ave. In care of arrangements. Phone 222 3241. Or. Marcel Remaud on december 2, 1970 at St. Drug detection modified the drug detection system at St. Boniface Hospital continually is being modified As knowl Edge about the various drugs increases or. Paul Green said at the University of Manitoba wednesday. Or. Green from the Hospital s biochemistry division said that the screening procedures used by the Hospital effectively cover most commonly used drugs in Winnipeg. For detection the Hospital uses ukr absorption and spectrophotometry he said. Many of the pills Analysed by the Hospital staff Are provided by . The ramp has Given permission to one . Staff member to legally transport the drugs to the Hospital. In Many situations urine rather than blood is used for testing. Or. Green said. At present tests for a specific drug can be made within 15 minutes while general tests take Between 30 and 45 minutes. Or. Green said that As yet there is no fluid analysis Avail Able for marijuana. Voices health warning prisoner society target Edmonton up an pm p 1 o y m e n t placement officer with the correctional services Branch of the Alberta govern ment says the John Howard society has not been any help to the sex convicts he tried to place in jobs. Ken Osborne said the prob Lem is that the sex convicts May need special clothing to Wear on the Job or need Money to sup port them until their first pay j Cheque or help in finding a j place to stay. He said that of about a dozen men he has sent to the John Howard society with such prob lems no one has been helped and the result was a return to crime on several occasions. John Ramoutar executive Secretary of the society said his organization operates on a tight budget and just can t help everyone who needs it. Or. Ramoutar said the John Howard society is not basically a financial assistance Agency Bat is involved in parole work counselling Public education j dropped and a Halfway House project dictating rising health care costs should soon Force canadians to Settle for less than the Best in some areas of health care an Ottawa doctor told provincial health workers wednesday. We May soon have to consciously do what we have always done intuitively or in secret namely accept that we can t give the Best care to every said or. Ralph Suther land associate professor at the school of Hospital administration University of Ottawa. He said today s Hospital administrators seem unable to select priorities objectively and should be replaced by a new Breed of Hospital planners versed in the social sciences and modern research techniques. Administrators still have not found out exactly Why it costs More to their hospitals and tend to allot funds in the areas from which they fear com plaints most he said. He said the future has no place for senior staff who approach their problems by asking for budget increases two to four times the Rise in the Gross National product. Or. Sutherland said Canada has too Many specialist phys c i a n s in particular paediatricians radiologists ear Eye. Nose and Throat doctors and some kinds of surgeons two few adequately Tai cd nurses and funds too Many medical data research which produce a War Houseful of he said workers can be motivated to greater efficiency by a Well defined he termed the philosophy of Cash incentive destructive and in compatible with the current and future dominance of govern ment and Public or. Sutherland was speaking to the Manitoba health Confer ence held this week at the Manitoba Centennial Centre. Boniface Hospital Marcel aged 75 years dearly beloved bus band of Blanche Remaud o Ste. Agathe Man. Or. Remaud was a life time resident of Ste Agathe. He was predeceased by a daughter Edith in 1931 besides his wife he leaves to mourn his passing four sons Henri and Marc of la arc Querie Julien of Ste. Agathe and Fernand of Lennoxville p.q., six daughters mrs. J. Peloquin Adele and mrs. L. Bouchard Corine both of Laurier Man., or. Angele Bre Maud of the Grey nuns fort Rae . Mrs. R. Ayotte Elise of St. Jean Baptiste mrs. A. Champagne Laure of Ste. Anne and mrs. M. Cormier Reine of Lasalle 58 grand children and three great grand children two Sisters mrs. J. Decaire of Winnipeg and mrs. A. Olivier of St. Boniface and two Brothers Auguste and Louis of Ste. Agathe. Prayers will be said at . Thurs Day in the Desjardins funeral Chapel. The remains will rest in the Ste. Agathe. . Church Friday afternoon where prayers will be said at . Friday and requiem mass at . Saturday. Interment will follow in the local cemetery. Vilma Barta Szabo passed away suddenly on november 28th, 1970, at the Winnipeg general Hospital mrs. Vilma Barta aged 72 years beloved wife of Elek Barta of 562 Dufferin Avenue funeral services will be held thursday december 3rd, a . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main Street and Luxton Avenue. Rev. Kalman Laszlo officiating. Interment to follow in Elmwood cemetery. Friends May pay their respects. David Alan Archer on november 30, 1970 at Princess Elizabeth Hospital David Alan Archer aged 51 years beloved husband of Ida Archer of 505 Rathar St. Funeral service thursday . December 3, 1970 at the Bardal funeral Home. Rev. U. L. Newton officiating. Crema Tion to follow. Rev. John Bala . After a lengthy illness father John Bala . Of Meadow Vale ont. Passed away on tuesday december 1, 1970 at our lady of mercy Hospital Toronto. Prayers will be said Friday evening at . In St. Joseph s ukrainian Catholic Church 250 Jefferson ave., . Requiem Liturgy will be celebrated saturday december 5, at . In St. Joseph s Church. Interment in the holy family cemetery. William Boitson passed away on december i 1970, at the Winnipeg general Hospital or. William Boit son aged 51 years beloved Hus band of Edith Boitson of 780 m o n f t o n Avenue East Kil d o n a n prayers were said wednesday evening at . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main Street and Luxton ave nue. Requiem mass was Sung thursday december 3rd at . In St. Gerard s Church Foster and Talbot Rev. For. R. B a u d r y officiated. Interment was in the Garden of the holy sepulchre. Deaths miss Mary Almira curr1e . On december 1st, 1970, at the Winnipeg general Hospital miss Mary Almira Currie aged 85 years late of Ste. 2 55 Cor wish ave. Miss Currie was born in Cornville Ontario daughter of the late or. And mrs. Donald Currie. While still a Young child the family pioneered to Boissevain District Manitoba. She received her education at the Rural and town schools. Later she entered the Winnipeg g e u e r a 1 Hospital school of nursing and graduated in 1918. Through the years Sha worked As a private Day nurse and also on the staff of the Winnipeg general Hospital and Many years at the nurses registry. She was a member of Westminster United Church. She is survived by Many nephews and nieces. Funeral service will be held at . Friday from Clark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street with Rev. Or. R. E. Vipond officiating. Service will terminate at the Chapel Cre mation to follow. Flowers Gra t e f u 11 y declined. Boissevain papers please copy deaths car issues snowmobile warning Hospital not liable an attempt to compel Morden Hospital to pay Money owing by one of its subcontractors on a construction project was turned aside wednesday by the Mani Toba court of Appeal. The decision was written by or. Justice . Dickson with or. Justice . Guy and or. Justice a. M. Monnin concurring. United Gobbons Ltd., of North Kildonan was hired for As a subcontractor on a alteration and Addi Tion Job at Morden Hospital. According to rulings by the customs and excise Branch of the department of National Rev Educ hospitals Don t have to i pay sales tax on materials for j their building programs if a purchasing agent is appointed. J. Albert Bouvier suddenly on december 2, 1970 at his Home Albert Bouvier aged 69 years beloved husband of Diane Bouvier of 427 Louis Riel St., St. Boniface. Besides Lis wife Diane he leaves to mourn his passing two son father Lionel Parish priest o St. Pierre Man. And Rene o .f.b. Rivers one daughter mrs. Roland Perry Stella Toronto ont., six grandchildren brother Jean of Ste. Ann wan. And three Sisters mrs Aime Chartrand Antoinette Winnipeg and mrs. Marcell Fri Gnon and mrs. Rita Lalond both of Montreal. A resident o St. Boniface Manitoba since 1926, he was employed until retirement at Mcmillan and Bloe Del Martin paper co prayers will be held at . Friday at the Desjardins funeral Home. Requiem mass saturday at . At 601 Jaulneau St. In lieu of Flowers donations May be made to the St. Boniface Basilica fund 15 cathedrals. Archibald Clark on tuesday december 1st, 1970 at Grace Hospital Archi Bald Clark aged 56 years be loved husband of Marie the Csc Terry Clark of 510 Wilton Bay. Or. Clark was born in Scotland and came to Canada 20 years ago he had been employed with the dept. Of National defence for the past 19 years. Besides his wife he is survived by three Brothers George Alexander and James two Sisters mrs. Janet aver and mrs. R. Robinson Jean All in Scotland. Funeral services will be held at . Saturday december 5th, in Mordue Bros. Funeral Home Broadway and Edmonton. Rev. J. Marnoch officiating. Inter ment in Chapel Lawn memorial gardens. Philip Gallis on december 2nd 1970, at the Winnipeg general Hospital or. Philip Gallis aged 89 years of 341 Lansdowne ave. Funeral services were held thursday december 3 at . From the Chesed Shel Ernes. Inter ment at the Shearey Zedek cemetery. He leaves to mourn his passing two sons Oscar and Max two daughters mrs. Ruth Finkel and mrs. Syd Rita Sar bit All of Winnipeg six grand children and five great grand children. Private Shiva. Should friends desire contributions May be sent to the talmud torah synagogue Matheson and Powers. Sophia Cox 0 n wednesday december 2nd, 1970 at Grace Hospital Sophia Cox. Aged 70 years of 24s Why Tewold re. Funeral ser vices to be announced later. Mordue Bros. Funeral directors Broadway and Edmonton. Pm. 942-7566. In care of arrange ments. William Haines Gething after a Brief illness William Haines Gething aged 87 years passed away december 1st 1970 at the Grace Hospital. Born at Wednesbury England in 1883, or. Gething came to Canada in 1903. He was an accountant with the Monarch life Assur Ance company for 39 years and on his retirement in 1948 he held the position of comp troller. Surviving is one son Howard of los Angeles two daughters Lillian and Marjorie of Winnipeg three grand children and two great grand children. Funeral service . Friday from the Clark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street with reverend j. V. Truman officiating. Ser vice to terminate in the Chapel with cremation to follow. Matt Hagen suddenly on december 2. 1970 at the Winnipeg general Hospi Al Matt Hagen aged 44 years beloved husband of Olive Hagen of 317 Bedson Street St. James Assiniboia. Or Hagen was pm Loyed As representative for Manitoba and Saskatchewan of the Sioux tools incorporated. He was a member of the automotive boosters association. Besides his wife Olive he survived by two sons Garry and Kevin and one daughter Donna All Al Home and his Mother mrs. Mary Laufer of i Gina Saskatchewan. Funeral ervice will be held at . Saturday from the Park Lawn Chapel 1858 Portage ave. With lev. Lyall Simpson officiating a torment in Brookside Yemc Ery. Arrangements by Clark Ratherdale s t. James Assiniboia pm. 888-7977. Clara Blanchard Henderson on saturday november 28, 1970 Clara Blanchard Hender son passed away at Treherne Manitoba aged 74 years nine months and eleven Days. Mrs. Henderson beloved wife of the late Thomas Henderson was born in r a t h w e 11 where she spent her life an the farm. She is survived by three sons James Alfred and Vernon All of Rathwell one daughter Emma Billings of St. James 14 grand children she is also survived by two Brothers Arthur and Edwin her twin of Rathwell two Sisters Emily of Rathwell Belle of Treherne. Funeral ser vices were held in Rathwell me Morial Hall december 1st, with Rev. Nash officiating. Inter ment was in the Woodlands cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were Dave Jarbath Charlie Taruc Archie Mccallum Ken Wilson Bill Parsons and Mur Ray Stuart. Active pallbearers were her nephews Fred Spencer Ted Hunt Lyle Marks Charlie Spencer Allen Turnbull and Clarence Hunt Mary Scott lock Mary Scott lock passed away saturday november 28, 1970, at Lions Gate Hospital North Vancouver. Born 1889 in Winnipeg Manitoba. Survived by one daughter mrs. Jack Betty Irvine of Kingston on Tario and one son John Lawrie lock of Vancouver also four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral service was held tuesday december 1, from the Hollyburn funeral Home West Vancouver with t. T. Liver officiating. Cremation. 2 fraternal notices to the officers and members of Queen Winnipeg chapter no. 1. . It is with regret that we announce the passing of our sister Luella Lyons on tuesday december 1, 1970. Funeral service will be held at . Friday december 4, 1970, in Clark Leatherdale funeral Home. Fraternally mrs. Ver Batholomew w.m., miss Agnes Wayman Secretary. Births and Pat Nee Little Are pleased to announce the arrival of their first born Sarah Jane on november 27, 1970 at Toronto general Hospital. And Susan Nee Searle Are proud to announce the birth of their second child a son Ryan Robert 7 ibs. 9 of. On november 29, 1970. A Little brother for Rhonda Mae. Sincere thanks to or. W. E. Abbot nurse mrs. Shiloff and wonderful staff at the Grace Hospital. Lynn december 1, 1970 weighing 9 ibs. 4 of. Ralph and Sharon Lambert Nee a sister for Christopher. Thanks to or. James Mitchell and staff at St. Boni face Hospital. In memorial in memorial Luella Ada Lyons on tuesday december 1st, 1970, at the Misericordia Hospi Al mrs. Luella Ada Lyons beloved wife of John l. H. Lyons of 550 Rathar Avenue. Mrs. Lyons was born in hol land Manitoba and lived for a time at Denzil Saskatchewan moving to Winnipeg in 1913. She was an Active member of i v e r v i e w United Church a charter member of the fort Rouge ladies Curling club a member of the order of East Ern Star Queen Winnipeg chapter no. 1, and recently had received the Twenty five year service award As a Volunteer worker for the Canadian Cross. Besides her husband she is survived by her son Alex grandson Bruce and grand daughter Diane of Ottawa one sister mrs. Anne Mackintosh of Victoria and two Brothers Charles and Herbert of Winnipeg. Funeral service will be held at . Friday in the Clark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street with reverend William Hickerson of Riverview United Church officiating. Interment in Garry memorial Park. No Flowers please. If friends so desire do nations May be made to the Manitoba heart foundation. Loving memory of our dear Mother and grandmother. Rose who passed away december you left us All so suddenly your last thoughts were unknown but you left us with a memory that we Are proud to own. A wonderful Mother Laid to rest for each of us she did her Best her place on Earth no one can fill. We miss you mom and always will. Remembered and sadly missed by your daughter Pauline son in Law Bill grandchildren Bob and Carolle. Loving memory of my dear husband Stanislaw who passed away december i do not forget you nor do i intend i think of you often and will to the end. Gone and forgotten by some you May be but dear to my memory you Ever will be. Remembered by his wife Nellie. Loving memory of our dear husband and father Arthur who was killed december 3, 1968. In our lonely hours of thinking thoughts of you Are always near we loved you sadly miss you. As it dawns another year. O v i n g i y remembered and sadly missed by his wife Sophie daughters Brenda and Shirley. Loving memory of dear Mother Johanne who went to rest december in our hearts your memory lingers always tender fond and True there s not a Day dear Mother we do not think of you. Remembered and sadly missed by her family. Loving memory of our dear father and Grandfather who passed away december the most sacred spot on Earth to us is where our loved one lies. As we wander to your we stand and wonder Why. The Flowers we place upon his grave May Wither and decay but the love for him who sleeps be Neath shall never fade away. Surrounded friends we Are lonely in the midst of Joy we Are Blue. With a smile on our face we have heartache and a longing dear father for you. How can we explain to others the loss we feel inside we Only know we miss you and the tears we try to hide. He had a cheery smile a pleasant Way a helping hand to All he was so kind generous and True Noble to All his friends he knew it took Only a Little space to write How much we miss you but it will take the rest of our lives to forget he Day we lost you. Missed lovingly remembered by sons Tom and Robert daughter Rosemarie daughter in Law Janice son in Law Gregory grandsons Tony and Jason. Snowmobile operators have been warned by the Canadian National railways of the dangers and possible fines resulting from use of these machines on railway property. A in investigative officer j fixtures from Western supplies said fines up to can be As Ltd., of St James Assiniboia. Messed against snowmobile on dec Cobei 1968i Wes Lorn creators who use their machines having Trouc collecting near tracks by trespassing on to United to bios account railway property. The officer also a. W. Peterson of the United j mrs. Ida May Cutler Gobbons firm was duly appoint j Hodgins de the Hospital s purchasing on november the 30th. 1970 agent. At the Winnipeg general Hospi during its subcontracting Job. J Tal. Ida May Cutler United Gobbons bought plumbing Frank c. Haywood on november 30, 1970 at the cer Lodge Hospital. Frank Cecil Haywood aged 81 years beloved husband of Ethel May Aywood of Gypsumville Mani Oba. Funeral service will be eld in the Thomson funeral chapels Broadway at Furby riday december 4 at a. Courtesy parking West of he funeral chapels. The Rev. D. Wallace officiating. Inter i mint in Brookside cemetery. Or. Fred Nazar on november 28, 1970 at the St. Boniface Hospital or. Free Nazar age 70 years of 507 Jarvis ave. Prayers were a . Wednesday at Zawitoski funeral Chapel. Funer Al service was held at . Thursday Al the Chapel. Rev. S Izyk officiated interment was in the St. Mary s cemetery Prawda Man. Said that tests have shown that noise from snowmobiles have made it impossible for motorists to hear the warning whistle from an approaching train. He said reports of snowmobiles on railway property have so far this year in an increasing aware or. Osborne said he could Ness of the dangers and fines have placed men in truck drive i ing jobs during the summer if they had been Able to get from the John Howard society the needed to rent a track to get their licence. Poet prof to speak arguing in court that the hos Pital owed the debt United Gobbons incurred Western s lawyers said that a direct contractual relationship existed be tween the Hospital and Western because of or. Peterson s Posi Tion As the Hospital s Purchas ing agent. But judge Frank a. Newman of Portage la Prairie county after an extended illness. Funeral service will be held . Friday from the Knox United Church Gull Lake sask., with interment in Thompkins cemetery. Clark leather Dale in care of arrangements. Pm. 942-5494. Or. Frank Hurt on november 50. 1970 at the Winnipeg general Hospital or. Frank Hurt aged 61 years of 660 Ross ave., Winnipeg. Funeral service will be held Fri Day . In the Barker s funeral Chapel. 124 Donald St interment in the family plot. Chapel Lawn memorial i Dens. Albert e. Riordan after a lengthy illness on november 30th. 1970, at the Deer Lodge Hospital Albert e. Riordan aged 68 years beloved husband of Jennie Riordan of Apt. 1002 595 River Avenue. Funeral service was held at . Thursday in the Clark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street. Interment in Brookside cemetery military Section. Mrs. Frances Rotondi on tuesday december 1. 1970 at the St. Bon late general hos Pital. Mrs. Frances Rotondo. Aged 75 years beloved wife of Carmine Rotondo. Of 200 Raven s t o n ave. East Transcona. Bom in Poland she came to Canada in 1913 and was mar ried in 1915 residing in trans Cona since that time. Predeceased by a daughter Matea in Loving memory of our Mother Frances who passed away on december Only god knows How. We miss her with the passing of the years still missed and forever loved son Joseph daughter Joan daughter in Law Nettie son in Law Frank and grandson Frankie. Loving memory of our husband and father Ernest r. Mars Den. Remembered by his wife Jasie and family. Loving memory of our beloved Mother and grandmother Miriam Rose who passed away de Cember 1, 1967. To hear your voice to see your smile to sit and talk with you awhile. To be together in the same old Way. Would be our Dearest wish today. Remembered by son Walter daughters Dorothy Miriam Ruth and Elsie and their families. Loving memory of our dear father father in Law and grand father George who passed away december 3, 1948. To think we did not say goodbye will always bring regret. But the hearts that always love you Are the ones that can t forget to those who have a father cherish him with care for you la never know the heartaches till you see the vacant chair. Remembered by his daughter Heather grandchildren Cheryl Anne and Timmy and son in Law Al. Loving memory of my dear husband father and Grandfather George who passed away december Days of remembrance silently kept in the hearts of those who will never forget. Remembered by wife Anne and family. Loving memory of a dear son and brother George who passed away december 3, 1961. Heavy Are our hearts today memory brings you Back once More to the time when you were with us to the Happy Days of Yore. Remembered by his Loving dad and family. Loving memory of my dearly beloved husband Tommy who passed away december one year has passed on this sad Day since god has called you away. I stood by your bed and held your hand we whispered our last Farewell. You took off my wedding band. We exchanged our rings As we did the Day we were wed. Twenty four years of Joy we shared. Those years were filled with happiness. Now that you Are gone there is Only loneliness. I try to have courage and be Brave when i visit your lonely grave. An empty place beside you lays waiting for me to fill one of these Days. May god Grant you eternal rest free from sorrow and pain. And some Day we will be reunited in our heavenly Home again. Memories Are Ever remembered Ever loved by your wife Petronella Loving memory of my dad and husband John passed away december 3, 1959. Death Only comes to let us know we love More deeply than we show but love and death should let us see what love in life should always be. Miss by wife Tilly and Daugh Ter Marge son in Law Eric grand daughter Diane and grandson Larry. 6 card of thanks Buchko we would like to express our sincere thanks to our relatives friends and Neighbours for the Many Floral tributes acts of kindness and messages of sympathy received Dur ing our recent bereavement in the great loss of our beloved Mother and. Grandmother. Deepest appreciation to the doctors and nursing staff at the St. Boniface Hospital those who so kindly acted As pallbearers and reverend j. Forn Alchuk. N. Storozuk and the family. Burial Parks Chapel Lawn memorial gardens Winnipeg s finest cemetery offices at 4000 Portage ave., open daily 9 . To 5 ., sundays noon to s . Plots and memorials available. Phone 832-1815. Loving memory of our dear Mother and grandmother who passed away december nothing can Ever Tike away the love a heart holds dear fond memories linger every Day remembrance keeps her near. I remembered by her daughter Yvonne son in Law Frank grand-1 children and daughter Audrey in i Germany. Loving memory of our beloved Mother and grandmother Mary who passed away december 3, 1968. To hear your voice to see your smile. To sit and talk with you awhile. To be together in the same old Way. Would be our Dearest wish today. Remembered by Beth George and grandchildren. Loving memory of our i dear Mother and Sisler Dorothy who passed away december she suffered much in silence her spirit did not Bend. For Sale 3 plots Garden of Devotion Chapel Lawn memorial Gar Dens. 775-1832 eggs. Elmwood cemetery plots available. Phone 533-29j.i. Single Burta aft. 5 . 253-5661. Monuments inscriptions. Workmanship guaranteed to match. 338-0226. Out of town write to j. Cooper Box 62, group l a is e Ltd. 1801 notre Dame office 713-3171 _ your Rock of aces dealer Sprange Opp. The Bay pm. 783-35m. directors Cropo funeral chapels serving All Faith and beliefs main Al Luxton phone 586-8044 Imo in Cimbri Uwi i she her courage 1929. Mrs. Rotondo is survived me very Ems Golden Rule funeral service Winnipeg members Clark Leatherdale co. Ltd. 232 Kennedy St. 942-5494 Zawitoski funeral Home 72j Selkirk ave. Pineview funeral Home and memorial Waverley at Chevrier 452-7621 Gardiner funeral Home 178 Kennedy St. Phone 942-8537 my answer Billy arc Vav Saviour i Asj at j court had ruled the Hospital was not liable and the Appeal j court upheld his decision. J or. Justice Dickson in his i judgment noted that All Pur Chase orders were signed by or be dead if alcohol breath tests Mirriam wow Motoo s0dated i in Wray Tave spa engage question my father committed a Terrie crime and will be on trial in a few weeks. As a Christian i am embarrassed abort this. I stand by my father during the trial try to ignore it by keeping away . Answer i Trust that you Are More than Embar i i Hope you Are tremendously concerned Chris j. J trans Don t away from the problems of life. Your a of subcontractors pay Ither you now More than Ever before. Remember ing for the supplies they used Jour lord even in his dying hour paused to forgive and moreover or. Pete soft had redeem a Wanton thief. We live in a work of sin and Drivers says Katie at . Sunday appointed stumble and fall in the race of Fife. It is then that m a report accides Waddy glob will speak to a j they need oar prayers of sympathy and understanding. I you jul r t Ayr Wou t. 3l Tuthi 3s to cd snog of do. Materials be even if it is murder Yoa must stand by ism. Xot ont afternoon she i and to defend him. Or exonerate him. But to give him Jove and at univ ersty cd-1 s or Kcf Ison Comfort in fits hour of need. Or Tversky of he crisis win Shock your lather info a real a so i. I by her husband two sons. Dominic and Antonio two daughters. Mrs. N. R. Murphy Gar a mrs. M. Murray i Helen All of Transcona and i e i g h t grandchildren. Prayers will be said at . I Friday december 4, from the j Transcona funeral Chapel 800 j Day St requiem mass will be j conducted on saturday de j i com bar 5 at . From j the blessed sacrament i Roanoke St. Father o. Valcourt win officiate interment in the Transcona cemetery. Transcona funeral Chapel i care of a j Range ments. Our hearts still ache with sadness. And silent tears still flow. What it meant to lose her no one will Ever know. Remembered by her daughter Debbie son Ken and sister Doris. Fred Komokowski on november 30. 1970 at the Loving memory our dear Wofner and grandmother who passed away december 3, 19m. A million wards could net express our love our sorrow our emptiness no one knows me sorrow we share when the family meet and you re not there. The tears in Oor eyes we wipe away Bui the ache i Oor hearts win always stay. If we could have just one wish come True we d wish dear mom and dad we had you. Missed by daughter Lena and Sor in Law Paul grandchildren Elgin and Carol. Irving memory of Oor Hus band father and Grandfather passed away december 3, Thomson funeral chapels Broadway at Furby Over 90 years Pineview funeral Hove and memorial gardens Waverley St. At Chevrier 452-701 Chapel new Chapel 2m _ _ Mordue Sros. Funeral Home Broadway and Edmonton Klassen funeral Chapel 794 Henderson Highway 533-3157 Kerr s funeral Chapel 120 Adelaide Zawitoski funeral Clark Leatherdale co. Ltd. 332 Kennedy St. Park 1858 Portage ave. M-7v77 since js9.t Bardal funeral Home 774-7474 lost Tad not neen Mara dated for week or. Peter Raff Jei j merits Here during the next j Tion. He goes on schools a Cwm were than fee Jestis 25 wih Tokyo slum to twee steel hrs. The Feti a a late Hoffsis to w m8s is to Rowch m aged beloved husband of Lena of 668 ave. Winnipeg. A ravers . Thursday i Chapel. Friday St Andrews Church and Maple its. Msgr. J. Palik a Fol officiate in the a saints cemetery. Arrangements by of Hawx Tosici fun Era Chapel. Stow toy to saw Gerry Yaves ave. Be wed fuss ites Mes ins in pcs to women ass away Sot the ache of tar Rte arts win always s5ay. Jos As Voo were you who always be treas wed forever in tremary. Remembered by wife Ivy and for Oor town a and Coffie we fee on an paws. A just tale cot of left ear. Aws. To 27, Wes to area Jamison ave. My. A pers few a it serf Lepoer Tarth. Seward. 334. Lost w5s w. It is. Less Sfax is. Steal say a Rattek

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