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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinning nit a Tobay. Ifni 4.mi Pencil chewers beware new York a peo ple who Chew pencils because they Are nervous should be nervous about chewing pencils the City s health depart ment says. Test results disclosed wednesday showed that More than one third of a sampling of wooden pencils sold Here were coated with Lead paint. Lead Content in the paint ranged As High As 30 per cent. Or. Vincent Guinea direct t o r of the department s Bureau of Lead poisoning control urged manufacturers to use non leaded paints. He said the department Learned of the hazardous coat Ings in april when an inspector traced the Lead poisoning of a 20-months-old infant to Pencil chewing. Edinboro a. A Neal Euliano had finished building a new House Satur Day but the House a silo and his barn were levelled by a Tornado which touched Down near this Erie county town at Twilight wednesday. Euliano said he watched the funnel shaped Cloud carrying a tree toward him and took cover in an old farmhouse on his property. He then saw it destroy the barn the 80-foot Concrete silo and the new House. Miami a . Cus Toms agents played Button Button wednesday at Miami International Airport and came up with a kilo of cocaine. Agent Jim Dingfelder said customs officials became suspicious when a woman arrived on a flight from Bogota Columbia carrying three Che Nille bedspreads covered with an abundance of Large round buttons. After they found cocaine in some 18 of the buttons Ding Felder said Maria Deotero was taken into custody. Denver Colo. A Carrot juice and thin soup used to be a luncheon regular for abdominal surgery patients at St. Anthony s Hospi Tal the doctors got a taste of their own Medicine. Or. Wiley Eaton chief of the medical education depart men recently fed staff Doc tors and attending physicians a series of the Bland Hospital they normally pre scribe for patients. It brought out a lot of aggression by the physicians about the Lousy Eaton said. Since then our dietitians have noted that the diet orders Are Carrot juice and thin soup that said Eaton is probably the worst thing any body can do to another per los Angeles a Jacqueline Ward a Singer and voice coach earns a month More than her Hus band so Superior court be fore approving the couple s divorce ordered her to pay David Ward month Ali Mony. Ward s lawyer successfully argued wednesday that mrs. Ward 36, should help support two children who will be cared for by her husband. The payments should be made in the form of Alimony the lawyer said because Ali Mony is a Federal income tax deduction and child support payments Are not. The wife will have custody of the couple s two other children. Ward 43, a musical Arranger earns a month the court was told whereas mrs. Ward makes monthly. The couple were married 16 years. And in Une rats first ten lines or toss per insertion etch additional line per insertion 16c. Asgeir Ait Bardal of june 3, 1971, Asgeir Art b r d a 1, in Gimli Manitoba after a lengthy illness beloved husband of Evelyn of no. 35-253 Edison Avenue. Or. Bardal was born in Winnipeg and resided there All his life. He worked for Many years with the great West life then the Prudential of England and recently was employed by american growth fund. Besides his wife he is survived by one son David of Winnipeg one daughter mrs. W. C. Schutte Melinda of Toronto and seven Brothers Kari of Brantford Ontario Sig of Toronto Halldor s., Victor Jon Baldur and Fred of Van Couver four Sisters Cecily of Toronto bae Ruth and mrs. Grace love of Vancouver As Well As numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at . Mon june 7, 1971 at the first. Lutheran Church Victor at Sar gent. Rev. John v. Arvidson officiating. Flowers gratefully declined. Should friends so desire contributions May be made to the heart fund. For further in formation please Contact the Bardal funeral Home at 774 7474. Russell Belyk on wednesday june 2, 1971 at the Winnipeg general Hospital Russell Belyk aged 52 years of Oak Point Man. Born in Keeler sask. Or. Belyk came to Oak Point in 1937 where he had Farmed for the past 34 years. Surviving to mourn his passing Are three Brothers Nick of St. Vital Clem and Andrew of Oak Point three Sisters mrs. J. Bilinski Mary of ., mrs. P. Melnyk Frances of Edmonton and mrs. W. Dobrus Rosie of Winnipeg. Funeral service will be held saturday june 5 at . In the notre Dame Catholic Church Oak Point with Rev. Father p. Lebel officiating. Interment in the notre Dame cemetery. Mackenzie funeral Home Stonewall in care of arrangements. Deaths Bell hiking Telephone charges Montreal up Bell Canada will increase most Long distance charges sunday when a new rate schedule comes into effect. At the same time the com Pany is introducing a direct dial one minute charge that will replace the current mandatory three minute charge. A Bell Canada spokesman said wednesday that the big Gest increases will affect late evening and sunday callers. There Are two Peak periods for Long distance Calls at about 10 . And . Callers using the phone for less than a minute will be Able to save on their Bills. After that charges Are higher. During the mid morning Peak period on weekdays there Are Only slight increases. Generally higher rates will be charged for operator handled Calls. Ernest c. Joinson suddenly on june 2, 1971 at his residence in Arborg Mani Toba or. Ernest Carl Bjornson aged 29 years dearly beloved son of mrs. Bjorg Bjornson of Arborg. Funeral service will be held at . Saturday in the Arborg lutheran Church with Rev. E. Lange officiating. Interment in the Riverton cemetery. Born and educated at Vidov Manitoba Ernest moved to Arborg with his family in 1961. He worked mainly on con St auction operating heavy and on Diamond drilling in various parts of the country. He was predeceased by his father Timoteu in 1941, and besides his survived by three Sisters mrs. Olina Palson mrs. George Pickering Johanna both of Arborg Stefan Einarson Steinunn of Hausa a brother Bjorn of a Borg and seven nieces and nine nephews. Gilbart funeral Home Selkirk. Mrs. Dora i. Card on june the 2nd 1971, at the St. Vital Hospital mrs. Dora i. Card aged 58 years late of 28 Stran Miffins ave., St. Vital. Mem orial service . Saturday from Gard ens Chevrier blvd. And Waverley Street with cremation to follow reverend Foreman officiating. Memorial nation to take place in the Coll barium. Clark Leatherdale fort Garry in care of arrangements. Pm. 452-7621. Stanley Chester on june 3, 1971. In the Winnipeg general Hospital Stanley Chester aged 57 late of the Corona hotel. Funeral ser vice conducted by Rev. E. E Bankier will be held saturday june 5 at . From the Transcona funeral Chapel 1800 Day St. Interment in the Mili tary Section Transcona Ceme Tery. Or. Chester served Over seas during second world War with the from 1940 45. He was a member of the West Kildonan legion Branch no. 30 and a charter member of the 100 club. Surviving Are a son Alan daughter Lynne four Brothers Leslie John William and Gordon All of Winnipeg five Sisters mrs. A. Box Phoebe of Abbotsford ., mrs. G. Ferris Florence of Ottawa mrs a. Porter Marian of Transcona mrs. A. Rerick Kay of Brodner Mrs. N. Freedman Dorothy of Winnipeg and Many nieces and nephews. Transcona funeral Chapel in care of arrange ments. Elizabeth Dell on june 3, 1971 at Misericordia Hospital Elizabeth Dell aged 49 years beloved wife of or. Leonard Dell of 624 Ingham Street. Besides her Hus band Leonard she is survived by two daughters mrs. Lynda Hemphill of Winnipeg Janice at Home one son Robert at Home four Sisters and three Brothers and three grand children. Funeral service Satur Day . June 5, 1971 at the Bardal funeral Home Sherbrook at William. Rev. G. Ansell officiating. Interment in Amaranth Manitoba at . Helen Elencik on thursday 3, 1971 at Hospital Eten Diuk 52 years of 551 Edison Avenue. Mrs. A Fediuk was predeceased by her Hus band Nicholas in june 1170. She is survived by two sons Thom As of Calgary. Alta. And Robert of Winnipeg five daughters mrs. T. St. Germain Juanita of Hamilton. Ont., mrs. M. Henkleman Dolores of Cal Gary mrs. D. Bedwell Linda of Winnipeg mrs. R. Jantzen Donna of Winnipeg miss Bonnie Eleniuk of via c o u v e a ., seven grand children and her Mother mrs Mary Pic Klyk of Winnipeg two Sisters mrs. Josephine Mer Riam of Toronto ont., mrs. Ann Halliday of Yeso knife . And four Brothers Bill Pic Klyk of Winnipeg Alex Pic Klyk of Vancouver ., Nick Pic Klyk of Mackenzie And John pick Tyk of Hamilton ont funeral services will be held at . Saturday june 5 in Mordue Bros. Funeral Home Broadway arid Edmonton. Rev. Or. George Dyker will officiate. Interment in Brookside Ceme Tery. Friends May Call at the Chapel on Friday from to . Deaths India to produce missiles increased Money Supply disastrous new Delhi a India s minister for defence production v. C. Shukla told parliament thursday India has plans to pro Duce anti intercontinental Ballis tic missiles but refused in the Public interest to give details. He said the government is fully aware of the threat to International peace posed by peking s reported plans to test fire an icbms into the Indian Ocean. India Feas information from its own sources that some preparations Are going on in China in this direction but we do not know in which direction they Are going to fire the Missi new Delhi was in touch with Friendly countries on this Issue but he preferred not to name them. India is fully aware of China s warlike preparations and its aggressive Shukla said that by 1973-74 India will develop a four stage launcher followed by an advanced rocket which can put a pay Load into we plan a communication satellite by 1975." by James Nelson Ottawa up the economist who served As chief Etc n o m i c adviser to president d w i g h t d. Eisenhower de scribes the increase in Canada s Money Supply during the last year As disastrous and bound to Lead to inflation. Or. Raymond Saulnier of co 1 u m b i a University appeared Here before the Senate finance committee which is studying inflation unemployment and eco nomic growth problems. While most of his testimony dealt with United states eco nomic problems and his own experience in Washington for years in the late 1950s As chairman of the . Counci1 of economic advisers or. Saul Nier gave the senators a vivid and at times witty description of this country s current eco nomic ills. He rejected suggestions that other countries fighting re strict wage and salary in creases. An incomes policy reflects the dreamy idea that wage and salary increases can be pent up while other measures Are taken to revitalize the Economy. It s like putting a stopper i the boiler while you build a fresh fire under the boiler to build up More steam. The thing will or. Saulnier said that when he took office in Washington in 1956, labor costs Rand prices were mounting alarmingly. Both slowed considerably Dur ing his term and the Money Supply in the . Increased by Only half of one per cent a year. Unemployment was de dining at the end of his uncut Bency in 1961. It was the Golden age o . Economics. Only one flaw republicans lost the subsequent presidential election to demo crat John f. Kennedy. Or. Saulnier said the Curren situation was much worse with labor costs increasing 10 to 15 per cent a year. Western Europe and North America need a Good Strong dose of old fashioned Ortho wages have been rising at a rate which Means chaotic Price increases must result. Monetary this country the Bank of should limit the growth of the Money Supply. Governments hould go slow on spending and borrowing. Wage increases hould be decelerated. Price uses become less. This requires political Leader hip patience courage and a willingness to incur political Disfavour. It s bad politics but so is inflation. Unemployment and in lation together is the worst of All political worlds but that is he Point at which we have a he blamed an excessive in crease in the Money Supply As the starting Point. In Canada currency in circulation and de Mand deposits in the chartered a n k s at mid May totalled million up 21 per cent rom a year earlier. A non inflationary increase in the Money Supply would be four to five per cent a year he said. If you have 10 per implies an inflation of four to five per cent if it s 15 per cent and continues for a period of time then you re asking for real the same danger exists in an excessive build up of . Dol Lars in Europe now invested in . Treasury Bills. When that Money has to be returned to investors it could spark another round of inflation. Morris Gusen tuesday june 1971 at the Sunnybrook Hospital Morris Gusen beloved husband of the late Esther Gusen. Loving father of Aaron and mrs. P. H. Green dear brother of Joseph of Baltimore also sur Vived by six grandchildren. Service was held at the Park memorial Chapel 508 Spadina Avenue on wednesday june 2nd at noon. Intel Neil was in mount Sinai memorial Park. Shiva private and in lieu of Shiva gift kindly donate to Canadian cancer society. Lillian Kowalchuk on june 2, 1971 at the St Boniface Hospital Lillian Kowalchuk of 292 Sackville St St. James and formerly of Cook s Creek beloved sister of Bill of Cook s Creek Carl of Van Couver Nicholas of Edmonton Sonja mrs. B. Anne mrs. J. Ewaschuk both of Winnipeg and daughter of the Ute Stephen and Marie Kowalchuk. Prayers will be said Friday june 4 at . From the Transcona funeral Chapel 1800 Day St. Requiem High mass will be Sung Satur Day june 5 at . From the immaculate Conception Church Cook s Creek. Father v. Bozyk will officiate. Inter ment in the churchyard Ceme Tery. Transcona funeral Chapel in care of arrangements. Or. Arthur Walter Kuc on june 2, 1971 at the St. Vital Hospital or. Arthur Walter Kuc age 50 years of 546 Dufferin ave., Winnipeg. Prayers will be said at . Friday at Zawitoski funeral Chapel funeral service will be held at . Satur Day at the Chapel Rev. M. Daciuk will officiate interment in the family plot holy family cemetery. Andrejs Mendrikis on May 31st, 1971, at the St. Vital Hospital or. Andrejs Mendrikis aged 31 years be loved son of or. And mrs. K. Mendrikis of 95 Wexford St., North Charleswood. Prayers were said thursday evening at . Hythe Cropo funeral Chapel main at Luxton Avenue. Funeral mass was held Friday at . In our lady of perpetual help Church 4588 Roblin blvd., Charleswood. Father e. L. Roskovits officiated. Interment was in Chapel Lawn memorial gardens As sumption Section. My. Marie r06b Lavallee Nee Malle Rose Lenne suddenly of june 1st, 1971 at tar residence mrs. Marie Rose Lavallee aged 85 years dearly beloved wife of Jean Baptiste Lavallee of 158 Kate Street Winnipeg. Prayers were said thursday . In the Philip Coutu funeral Chapel 158 Marion St., St. Boniface. Requiem mass was said Friday . In the sacred heart . Church 597 Bannatyne ave. In the family plot Chapel Morial gardens. Besides her husband mrs. Lavallee is sur Vived by Arthur and Daniel both Winnipeg. Five one brother Hycinth of Marchand Man., one sister mrs. C. Lis of Winnipeg also a half Lahaie Frederick Nobes on june ,1971 at the Grace Frederick Nobes aged 69 years beloved husband of Blanche Nobes of 459 collegiate Street St. James. Funeral service will be held at . Friday from Park Lawn funeral Chapel 1858 por Tage ave., Clark Leatherdale St. James. Pm. 888-7977, with Rev. P. W officiating. Followed by interment in Chapel Lawn cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Deaths deaths Elizabeth Grandin Muir on june 1971 at the Beth Ania personal care Home Eli Zabeth Grandin aged 90 years beloved wife of George Harold Muir of 219 Munroe Avenue East Kildonan. Funeral Servic will be held in the Thomson funeral chapels Broadway an Furby Friday june 4, at . Cremation. Service Wil terminate at the funeral Chap Els. Surviving besides her bus band Are one son James a Muir of East Kildonan and on sister mrs. M. G. Davies England. Flowers gratefully declined. Mary Kathleen Parker suddenly on May 31, 1971 at Misericordia Hospital miss Mary Kathleen Parker of Ste. 8 30 Spence Street aged 79 years. Funeral service will be held . Friday june 4, at the Gardiner funeral Home 178 Kennedy Street at York the Rev. W. A. Cross officiating to be followed by interment in the family plot St. John s Ceme Tery. Courtesy parking is Avail Able next to the funeral Home. Miss Parker was born in mor Den Manitoba and had resided in Winnipeg for 65 years. For 25 years she was associated with in unemployment insurance commission retiring in 1956. He was a member of Young United Church taking an Active interest in the work of the Hurch. Miss Parker was a member of the Winnipeg o e t r y society formerly a member of the Winnipeg Little theatre and other dramatic groups and former member of he business and professional women s club of Winnipeg. She survived by. A sister mrs. Rex Waldie of Victoria And several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be be thews and grand nephews Kessis. Stuart Parker Hugh Arker John Waldie Robert Waldie Robert Parker Bruce Arker and Brian Parker. Mernie i. Phernambucq suddenly on wednesday june 2nd, 1971, at Misericordia Hospi Tal Mernie i. Phernambucq aged 53 years beloved husband of Lorraine c. Phernambucq of 150 Maplewood Avenue. Funeral services will be held . Friday at the Clark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street with or. C. R. New Combe officiating. Interment at Garry memorial Park. Mrs. Nellie Anna Saltis on june 2, 1971 at the Stein Bethesda Hospital mrs. Nellie Saltis aged 54 years beloved wife of Adam of Sandi lands Man. Prayers will be said Friday june 4 at . In the Sandilands National Home with requiem High mass Satur Day at . In the Sandi lands greek Catholic Church. Reverend father h. S. Oliynek and reverend father r. Zakrewski officiating. Inter ment will follow in the Church cemetery. Besides her husband she is survived by two Daugh ters mrs. Walter Woronowski Virginia of Winnipeg and Diana at Home two sons Romeo and Gerald both of Winnipeg four grandchildren four Sisters mrs. Mary Bachinsky of Atikokan mrs. Metro Melan Chuk f r a n c e mrs. Mike Balla Helen of Middlebro mrs. Morris Balla Jean of Dryden ont., six Brothers Jack Steve and Alex Kwasniuk All of Sundown John Kwasniuk of British Columbia Mike and Nick Kwasniuk both of Middle Bro. She was predeceased by her daughter Evelyn in 1941, and brother Peter Kwasniuk in 1969. Loewen funeral Chapel of Steinbach in care of arrange ments. Maria of Olakowski on june 1st, 1171, at the St Boniface Hospital mrs. Maria Pukowski aged 58 Yean be loved wife of Ignacy Polakowski of 550 Jamison ave. E. Kind. Prayers will be said Friday at . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main at Luxton ave. Funeral services will be held saturday at . In the funeral Chapel. Interment in holy ghost cemetery. Or. Victor Sauvlet on june 2, at the Selkirk Hospital or. Victor Sauvlet aged 88 years of 535 Doucet St., St. Boniface. Or. Sauvlet was predeceased by his wife Sarah Sauvlet on March 10, 1961. Prayers will be said Friday . In the Philip Coutu funeral Chapel 156 Marion St. Remains will rest saturday in the St. Lupinin . Church Man. Until time of service . Where requiem mass will be Sung. Inter ment in the family plot St. Lupinin cemetery. Edith Schultz on june 1, 1971 at the Miseri Cordia Hospital mrs. Edith Schultz aged 70 years of 458 Perth ave., w. Kind. Prayers were said thursday evening at . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main Street at Luxton ave. Funeral service will be held Friday at . In Zion lutheran Church 453 Atlantic ave. Pastor h. Bor Gard officiating. Interment in Brookside cemetery. In lieu of Flowers donations May be made to the Zion lutheran Church building fund. In memok1am William Shelst on june 1, 1971 at the Winnipeg general Hospital or. William Shelst aged 80 years beloved husband of Antonina Shelst of 40 Hallet Street. Prayers will be said Friday june 4 at . In St. Andrews ukrainian Catholic Church 160 Euclid ave. Requiem High mass will be Sung sat urday june 5 at . In St Andrew s Church with j. Pulak officiating. Interment in All saints cemetery. Cropo funeral Chapel in care of arrangements. Theodore Ted Skavinsky on june 2nd, 1971, at the con Cordia Hospital or. Theodore Skavinsky aged 62 years be loved husband of Anne ska Vinsky of 432 College ave. Prayers will be said Friday tonight at . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main St. And Luxton ave. Funeral ser vice will be held saturday june 5th at . In the Chapel. Very Rev. Msgr. J. Tekem officiating. Interment in Brook Side cemetery. Or. Skavinsky was born in Oakburn Manitoba. He was employed with the Joy mfg. Co. For 28 years As a machinist besides his wife Anne he leaves to mourn two sons Clarence of Winnipeg Roland of Toronto ont two daughters mrs. K. Biluk of Niagara Falls Rosanne at Home five grand children three Brothers Joseph and Andrew of Oakburn Man. And Steve of Thunder Bay ont Albert town on june 2, 1971, at the Misericordia Hospital or. Al Bert town aged 68 years beloved husband of Dorothy town of Ste. 206-969 Cambridge Street. He was born in guv Nipes Manitoba and was a member of . Besides his wife Dorothy he is survived by two daughters mrs. J. Lavigne Jean and mrs. K. Lawrence Leslie both of Winnipeg four grandchildren a brother John Walter town of Kelowna And a sister mrs. E. Johns Eileen of Winnipeg. Funeral service will be held at . Saturday from Clark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street with Rev. W. J. Moore officiating followed by interment in Chapel Lawn cemetery. William Robert Wallace suddenly on june 2, 1971, at St. Anthony s Hospital the Pas Man. Funeral service will be held on saturday june 5 at . At Westminster United Church the Pas. Mrs. Veronica Wisnicki Wishnick suddenly on june 2, 1971 at her residence mrs. Veronica Wisnicki aged 78 years of 250 Selkirk ave. Prayers will be said at . Friday at Zawitoski funeral Chapel requiem mass will be held at . Saturday in the holy eucharist Church Watt and Munroe Rev. J. Forn Alchuk will officiate interment at All saints cemetery. Mrs. Wisz Nicki was born in Austria and came to Canada 58 years ago and for the past 33 years had been a resident of Winnipeg she is survived by two sons Walter in Kashabowie ont. And Peter in East Kildonan two daughters mrs. Jack 01 a Carl in St Catharines ont., and mrs. Jean Ghidoni in North Kildonan twelve grandchildren one great grandchild. Her Hus band Carl predeceased her on june 3, 1963. Zawitoski funeral Chapel i care of arrange ments. My answer Mexico City Reuter lady Veleska Wilson wife of the chairman of Australia s Qantas airlines sir Roland Wil son was killed in a car crash wednesday near Oaxaca in Southern Mexico. By Billy Graf Lam question we have three children and live in an apartment. We can t afford a House of our own. How can we make our apartment a Christian place for our children . Answer god is the god of the country and also the god who broods Over the cities of men. It is not our surroundings which make us Christian or otherwise but rather the inner spiritual resources which come from hearts committed to and filled with the living Christ. There is absolutely no reason Why your apartment should not be a glorious place in which to witness to him. What do your children find in your apartment Joy peace love kindness gentleness these and other graces Are the fruits of the holy spirit in our hearts. They make a True Home wherever they Are found their Lack can make a mansion a miserable place in which to live. Along with those Christian graces which make a True Home also use some god Given common sense and make your apartment attractive to your children by having games cookies and other things which Young people like. Make your children feel you want them to bring their friends into your apart ment. It May be hard on the rugs and on the ears but it brings Rich dividends. Oscar o. Stretch on june 2, 1971, at the Deer Lodge Hospital Oscar 0. Stretch aged 85 years beloved husband of Hilda m. Stretch of 761 Sherburn Street. Born in Liverpool England in 1885, or. Stretch came to Winnipeg in 1910, working with Robinson Little until 1914. He joined the first Canadian contingent in the first world War going overseas with the divisional cyclist company from Valcar tier in october proceeding to France in february 1915. He transferred to the 5th King s Liverpool regiment with a commission in 1917. He was twice wounded and mentioned in dispatches. In 1942 he joined the veterans guard of Canada serving with Compa Nies 5 and 37. He was a member of the valour Road legion. Following the second world War or. Stretch was employed with the Federal government family allowances Branch retiring in 1950. He had been an Active member of St. Jude s anglican Church since coming to Canada and for fifty years was Active in the boy scout movement there. Surviving besides his wife Hilda m. Are his daughter Betty mrs. J. P. Miller of Toronto two grandchildren a sister three nephews and two nieces in England. Funeral service will be held at . Saturday in St. Jude s anglican Church Home and Wellington with the reverend d. A. Gregory officiating. Service will terminate in the Church with cremation to follow at Pineview crematorium. Honorary pallbearers will be the honour guard of the valour Road legion. Active pallbearers will be sex members of the Rover Crew and scouts. No Flowers by request of the deceased and his family. Friends wishing May make contributions to the St. Jude s me Morial fund or a Charity of their Choice. Arrangements by Clark Leatherdale 942-5494. Elsie Yakmow on thursday june 3, 1971 at her residence Elsie Yakmow aged 27 years beloved daughter of or. And mrs. J. Yakmow of Ste. Anne Manitoba. Elsie is survived by her Mother and father or. And mrs. J. Yaky mow five Sisters Joan Mary Margaret Elaine and Dianne. Four Brothers Michael Albert Bennie and Paul. Funeral ser vices will be held on saturday at . In Green acres memorial Chapel trans Canada Hwy. East at ayin Road Rev. S. Foreman officiating. Interment in Green acres memo rial gardens. Arrangements in care of Green acres memorial Chapel 222-3241. Frank Zenchuk after a lengthy illness on wednesday june 2, 1971 at his residence Frank Zenchuk aged 68 years beloved husband of Mary Zenchuk of 787 Wellington ave. Besides his wife Mary Zenchuk or. Zenchuk is sur Vived by his son Donald of Cal g a r y a daughter mrs. J. Shoo ski Joan of Portage la Prairie Man. Six grand children. Funeral services will be held on saturday morning at . In Green acres memorial Chapel trans Canada Hwy. East at Navin Road. Rev. Father m. Blackmore officiating. Interment in the family plot Green acres memorial gardens. Arrangements in care of Green acres memorial Chapel 222-3241. Births and Carol Baber Dorf of Langenburg sask. Are pleased to announce the arrival of their chosen daughter Kathleen Trlcia. A sister for Ian and Patrick. And Sharon Nee Mcgini Are Happy to announce Safe arrival of their first born daughter Jen Nifer Anne on May 31st, 1971. Proud grandparents Are or. And mrs. T. C. Dunn of St. Vital and or. And mrs. J. M. Mcgill of Belmont Man. Many thanks to drs. Miller and Yauniskis i and All the staff of the St. Boniface i general Hospital. Green Dennis and Carol Nee Mudge Are thrilled to announce the arrival of David John on May 30, 1971, weight 7 ibs. 3 of. Many thanks to drs. I. C. Peever k. 0. Wylie and staff at the women s Pavilion in Loving memory of of tatty Grandfather june 4, 1966. Time speeds on five years has since death Tatj blooms. Its shadows cast what we would give if we could say hello dad in the same old Way to hear your voice see yer smile to with you and Chat awhile we miss you dad and Ever will for your vacant place there is none can fill. I w a y s remembered and sadly misted by your daughters Evelyn and Freda son in Lawi grind children and great grandchildren. Loving memory of my dear husband James who passed june 4, 1wa. Ive Long lonely years have passed. And no one the he bore beneath the smile he often wore. Rom Hospital bed to heavenly rest god called him Home to be his guest f he had spoken before he died these Art the words he would have replied weep not for me or sorrow take Lut love one another for my loved and remembered by his beloved wife Elizabeth. Loving memory of my dear father Raymond who passed june 3, 1970. You re not forgotten father dear. Nor Ever shall you be As Long As life and memory last i shall remember thee. Remembered by his daughter Mabel. Loving memory of our dear father who passed away june 4, 1967. This Day we do remember a Loving thought we give. To one no longer with us. But in our hearts still lives. Remembered and missed by son Douglas and daughters Donna and Dale. Loving memory of my dear husband who passed away june time goes by but memories stay As near and dear As yesterday. No need for words except to say you Are loved and missed in every Way. I w a y s remembered and sadly missed by wife Eleanor. Loving memory of my dad Morris who passed away june 4, 1964. Just As you were you always will be. Forever in our memory. Remembered by your daughter Sharon son in Law Bob and grand children Debbie Freddie and Grant. Loving memory of our wife and Mother Henrietta who passed away june Jve do not forget her we love her too dearly for her memory to fade from our lives like a dream our lips need not speak when our hearts mourn sincerely. For grief often dwells where it Seldom is seen. Ever remembered by husband Laurent children Norman Monique Susan and Marc. Loving memory of our dear son and brother Morris who passed away june 3, 1967, aged 23 years. Our hearts still ache with sadness and silent tears still flow what it meant to lose you. No one will Ever know. When we Are sad and lonely. And everything goes wrong we seem to hear you whisper. Cheer up and carry on. Every time we see your picture. You seem to smite and say Don t cry i m Only sleeping. Well meet again some Day. Please god forgive our silent tears Aruj constant wish that he were Here others were taken that we know. But he was ours and we miss him so. The sudden Way you had to die. We shall always remember and wonder Why. O r e v e r remembered and sadly missed by Mother father Brothers and Sisters. Loving memory of my dear husband Tony who passed away june 4, 1961. It s lonely Here without you i miss you More each Day. For life is not the same for me. Since you were called away. Nothing can Ever take away the love a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger every Day. Remembering keeps them near. Remembered and sadly missed by his wife Marie. Loving memory of a dear wife Mother and grandmother Pau line who passed away june no one knows the sorrow we share. When the family meets and you re not there the tears in our eyes Are wiped away but the ache in our always stay. I w a y s remembered and sadly missed by her husband Michael children grandchildren and great grandchildren. Loving memory of our dear Mother and grandmother Olga who passed away june you Are not forgotten Mother dear nor Ever shall you be As Long As life and memory lasts we shall remember thee. O v i n g i y remembered and sadly missed by Harry Isabel Terry Shar Ron and Steven. Thomas Edward Vosper on june 2, 1971 at Victoria general Hospital Thomas Edvard Vosper aged 63 years beloved husband of Ellen Mary Nellie Vosper of 88 fifth Avenue St. Vital. Funeral service will be held . Saturday june 5th, at the Gardiner funeral Home 178 Kennedy Street at York the Rev. N. B. Rajotte officiating with interment to follow in St. Vital cemetery. Courtesy parking is available next to the funeral Home. I proudly announces the arrival of his baby brother Blair Adam Brian on May 31, 1971, 8 ibs. 2 of. Proud parents Are Brian and Gloria Nee Happy grandparents Are or. And mrs. Barry Morden and or. And mrs. Richard Kemp. Many thanks to or. G. C. Stevens and staff at Grace Hospital. And Elaine Are proud to announce the arrival of Catherine Margaret on May 28, 1971, weight 7 ibs. 8 of. Special thanks to or. G. E. Mosher nurses and staff of Grace Hospital. And Colleen Nee spel Lisco Are Happy to announce the arrival of Angela Marie born May 26, 1971, weight 8 ibs. Of. Thanks to All concerned. And Anita Nee Hart joyfully wish to announce the birth of our Little Darling Angela Kirsten born May weighing 7 ibs. 4 of. A Little sister for Elke and Dedo. Many thanks to or. G. Heinisch and attending staff at the women s Pavilion. Proud grandparents Are or. And mrs. K. Vel ring Winnipeg and or. And mrs. G. Schuessler Ger Many. Is proud to announce the arrival of his baby sister Kim Berley Ann born May 26, 1971 weigh ing 7 ibs 8 of. Many thanks to or. R. Danzinger and staff at Concordia Hospital. And Brenda Durban South Africa a son David Charles. Proud grandparents or. And mrs. D. S. Thomas Winnipeg. A to Terry and Barbara a Daugh Ter Lelh 6 ibs. 07 in May at the women s Pavilion. And Olga Nee de Murciak thank god for the Safe arrival of their first born a boy Sean Conrad born May 29th, 1971, . Weight 6 ibs. 5 oz., length 20 inches. Many thanks to or. W. I. Was ton and nursing staff at the Selkirk general Hospital. Loving memory or our beloved father and Grandfather Michael a. Produn who passed away june without Farewell he fell asleep with Only memories for us to keep. If he could have spoken before he died. These Are the words he would have replied. This life for me is truly loved you All to the very last. Weep not for me but courage take and love one another for my Sake. Remembered and sadly missed by children and grandchildren. 71 memories of a sister and sister in Law Jeannie who passed away june 4, 1970. Her presence we miss. Her memories we treasure Loving her always forgetting her never. And Dick Evelyn and Laurie and Adam. Loving memory of Jean Nie Slessor who passed away june 4, 1970. Remembered by her Loving Hus band and family. Loving memory of our Mother and grandmother Margaret who passed away on june though her smile has gone forever. And her hand we cannot touch we still have Many memories of the one we loved so much. Her memory is our Keepsake with which Well never part god has her in his keeping we have him in our hearts. Remembered by her Daugh Ter Helen and son in Law Robert grandchildren and great grandchildren. Loving memory of our husband father and Grandfather Gogl John Tataryn who left us june dear daddy to give and to forget the gift. To help to counsel and to lift. To love though in our careless ways we failed to show. The thanks that you ought to know. To lecture yet to see the Good instead of wrong and still be kind. These Are the memories you left behind though away from us you Are Ever near. Still loved still missed still very dear dear lord keep him in your care dear lord and Ever let him be a messenger of binding love Between ourselves and thee May perpetual Light Shine upon remembered by his wife Nellie daughter Mary son in Law Allan and grandchildren Maureen Wendy and Vicki

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