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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 15, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press. Monday november 15, 1971 a an first ten lines or less per insertion each additional line per insertion 16c. Deaths Matilda Aldridge on november 13th, 1971, mrs. Matilda Aldridge of Edmonton passed away at the age of 82 years and five months. She is survived by her Loving husband John Leonard of Edmonton two sons and one daughter w. Leonard Charles f. And mrs. F. B. Medlock All of Edmon ton thirteen grandchildren five great grandchildren one sister miss Clara Garrett in England. She was predeceased by a son Thomas Richard in 1966. A memorial service was held on monday november 15th, at . At the Park memorial Chapel in Edmonton with the reverend s. Bell officiating. Friends wishing May Send contributions to the Chari to of their Choice. Thorsteinn Borgford memorial service was held november 12, 1971, at . In the Church of the Messiah Montreal for Thorsteinn Steini Borgford aged c5 years. Be loved husband of Elizabeth. His death occurred october 27, 197 in London England where he had lived since his retirement in 1968. Or. Borg Ford was born in Winnipeg Manitoba june 10, 1906. He received his education in Winnipeg graduated from the University of Manitoba in civil engineering. He had been employed by Canadian Indus tries Ltd., Montreal for 28 years. He is survived by his wife Elizabeth his son Eric of Montreal his daughter Edith mrs. Michel Boyer of London England. Three Sisters Lara mrs. Deane Russell of Dun can . Fanney mrs. C. A. Pesnicak of Virginia Beach Virginia. Helga mrs. C c. Of Portland Oregon. Two Brothers Gisli of Reguia Skafti of Winnipeg. Madeleine m. M a l v a Carter on november 13th, 1971, after a Short illness at the Winnipeg general Hospital mrs. Made Leine m. Malva Carter in her 78th year beloved wife of e. K. Ted Carter of 261 Clare ave., Winnipeg. Malva Carter was an ardent supporter of the fire fighter s children s Christmas toy Campaign. A 25 year member of the fort Rouge legion ladies auxiliary and a member of the fort Rouge lad ies Bowling league. Mrs. Carter was born and educated in Winnipeg and had lived Here Joseph a. Bourdon on november 10, 1971, Sud Denly at his residence 21 Marion Street or. Joseph a Bourdon aged 73 years Dearl beloved husband of Adele Bour Don. Prayers were said Sun Day at . In the Philip Coutu funeral Chapel 15b Marion Street. Funeral mass was held monday at . In the precious blood r. C. Church 200 Kenny Street Norwood. Interment followed in the family plot Glen Lawn memorial gardens. He was pre deceased by his son Henry in 1967. Besides his wife he is sur Vived by six sons delphis of Burlington Ontario Eddie of Delta ., Maurice of Sacra mento California ., aus tin of los Angeles California ., Arthur and Raymond Eva Jane Feasby on november 14, 1971, at the Winnipeg general Hospital mrs Eva Jane Feasby aged 86 years late of Central Park Lodge River Heights. Funeral announcement later. Arrange ments by Park Lawn chapels 1858 Portage Avenue. Clark Leatherdale St. James phone 888-7977. Deaths Emma Jean George beloved wife of judge j. M George . Of Morden passed away at Brandon Man. On no vember 33, 1971. Mrs. George was born at Deloraine Man june 4, 1891, the Only child o the late William and Rose Perry. She was a graduate of Manitou Normal school and aught school at Coulter Anc Deloraine from 1912-1915. She married John Milton George june 29, 1915. She was an a Ive member of the Deloraine presbyterian Church later the United Church and a member f both choirs until 1942 when he moved to Morden and joined in the work of St. Pauls United Church and the United i a ainu Luc United both of we mpg three Daugh Church women. Mrs George ters mrs. H. Loner Angele of Logansport Indiana ., mrs. W. Oake Anita of Rochelle Illinois ., mrs. I. Bakun Alice of Moose jaw Saskatchewan and 25 grand children. Six Brothers Wilfrid Tony David Paul Leo Eugene ail of los Angeles California ., four Sisters mrs. A. Lacharite Emma of Norwood mrs. A. Bourgeois mrs. A orrs Marie both of los Angeles California ., and mrs. P. Tabelon Eva of Vancouver . Was the first president of the Manitoba women s Hospital aides association in 1947 and an honorary life member of that association in Manitoba and on Tario and of the Canadian association of which she had been an executive member. She was an enthusiastic member of Bot the Deloraine and Morden cur ing clubs and a life member o the Manitoba ladies Curling association. Mrs. George was the first worthy Matron of the Morden chapter no. 54 and an honorary life member thereof and a member of the grand chapter of Manitoba. Be sides her husband she leaves to mourn one daughter Jean l. Cummings of Winnipeg two sons m. Perry George of Winnipeg and j. A. Harry George of Boissevain 10 grandchildren. Gordon Ross Kilfoyle of Chilliwack . Died Fri Day november 12, 1971 due to car train Accident at the age of 67 years. He leaves to mourn his Loving wife Evelyn two Sisters mrs. C. F. Pratt an Nie Norwood Man. And mrs. C. W. Pearce Edna Chilli Wack . And one brother Brock Kilfoyle of Beaverdell . Deaths Dymitro Kozmiuk on november 13, 1971 at holy family nursing Home Winnipeg Dymitro Kozmiuk aged 86 years beloved husband of Caroline Kozmiuk of Highland Glen Man. Prayers tuesday Albert John gentle on october 28, 1971 at lon Don England Albert John Len the of 49 elder Road West nor Wood England. Or. Gentle was born in Devon England and had lived in Canada since 1913. He had been employed As a stationary Engineer until his retirement in 1946. He had lived with his daughter mrs. Town Send in London England for the past seven and a half years. He is survived by two Daugh ters mrs. Winifred Townsend of London England mrs. Doris Taylor of Winnipeg one son or. Sydney gentle of British Columbia two grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral service will be held deaths or. Michael Martin on november 12th 1971 at the Grace Hospital or. Michael Martin aged 77 years beloved deaths mrs. A. Olgat Mcauley on Friday november 12, 197 in the Glenboro memorial hos Pital Glenboro Man., mrs. Olg Viv Nuriu Javiun. Virs. Wifi husband of Carolin Martin of Mcauley formerly of Morris to of. To _ _ to Man. Born in Emerson Man february 16, 1905 she received her education in Morris school mrs. Mcauley resided in Morris for Many years moving to i 4, y win us Liciu november 16 at . In the Friday november 19, 1971 at Russell funeral Chapel because Jour. Funeral Mays wednesday november 17 at . In the sacred heart roman Catho Ada Coy All her life. Besides her Hus band she leaves to mourn a daughter mrs. E. Peggy Iron saturday november 13, 1971 at Charleswood mrs. Ada Coy aged 80 years of 166 Prin Ceton blvd. Predeceased by her husband the late Thomas Edward Coy in 1963, she is sur Vived by one son Ronald of Winnipeg three daughters she was predeceased by three sons William Patterson in 1917, Ronald Watson in 1964 and Don Ald Hall in 1971. Funeral ser vices will be held on tuesday november 16 at . From St. Pauls United Church mor Den. Rev. G. R. Cook officiating. Soloist or. Douglas r. Watson. Honorary pallbearers j. Wat Thomson judge Milford s. Watson of Winnipeg Arthur l. George of Oak Lake Claud s. Perry and Mack Perry o Deloraine Paul a. Sigurdson d. Alton Duncan William j Breakey of Morden. Active palk bearers will be Clifford e George of Deloraine Dougla r. Bond Dauphin Robert e Tillitson Winnipeg Fred s in Church Garson Rev. Father c. A. Buchwald officiating. In ferment in the r. C. Cemetery Garson. Or. Kozmiuk is sur Vived by his wife three sons Villiam of Winnipeg Adam of Ighland Glen and Henry of c Lafornia three daughters Urs. Stan. Paskie Carrie and irs. Frances Twerdun of win Peg and mrs., Sophie Mott of Brandon 20 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Russell funeral Home Ltd. Phone 2263 Beausejour in care of arrangements. Mrs. Agnes Kroeker on november 12, 1971 at the Concordia Hospital. Mrs. Agnes Kroeker aged 84 years beloved wife of or. George Kroeker of 256 Sydney ave. Winnipeg. Funeral services were held on monday november 15 at . From the Central mennonite Brethren Church Juno and William Rev. G. Huebert . At the Bardal funeral Home Sherbrook at William. Rev. H. L. Newton officiating. Interment in Chapel Lawn cemetery. Friends May Call at. The Chapel wednesday and thurs Day . . 472 Hampton Street St. James. Or. Martin was born in Ger Many coming to Canada in 1911. He had lived in Elmwood for Many years. He was a member of Calvary Temple. Besides his wife Carolin he is survived by two sons Wilbert Martin of Richmond . And Merven Martin of Fountain Val Ley California two daughters mrs. C. G. Anderson Mary of St. James and mrs. J. Smythe Helen of Richmond ., ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral service will be held at . Tuesday from Park Lawn Chapel 1858 Portage ave., with pastor h. H. Barber officiating. Interment officiated. Interment Glen Eden memorial gardens. If friends so desire donations in Brookside cemetery. If friends so desire contributions May be made to Faith to live by Calvary Temple. Anna Maslanka passed away on november 12th, 1971 at the Grace Hospi Tal mrs. Anna Maslanka 71 years of North Springfield Manitoba. Funeral service was held monday november 15th, at . In the Crook funeral Chapel main Street and Lux ton Avenue. Or. John b o d n e r officiated. Interment was in Pine Ridge cemetery Birds Hill. Findlay Brandon 17 years ago and for the past two years had lived in Glenboro. Predeceased by her husband one son and three Sisters she is survived by one son William e. Stein of por Tage and one granddaughter two Sisters mrs. E. Anna Haskins of Dowagiac Michigan and mrs. H. Mathilda Hahn of St. Josephs Michigan two Brothers John Stein of Winnipeg and Herman Schweitz of Macgregor Man. Funeral ser vice will be held tuesday at . From the evangelical deaths Church Morris Man., with the Rev. Howard Gardner officiating. Interment will be in the family plot Morris cemetery. Trimble funeral Chapel Portage la Prairie in care of arrange ments. May be made to Gideon Bible memorial plan. Arrangements y Klassen funeral Chapel 194 Henderson Hwy. Phone 533-3157. Mrs. Irene Munnion mrs. Dorothy Macdonald and mrs. Vine in St. Vital two sons r. Joyce Adams All of Winnipeg e. Bob of East Kildonan and r. G. Garth Carter in Van c o u v e r . Nine grand children and one great grand son. Also two Brothers s. M. Bonneau of Gravelbourg sask. And a. Bonneau of Miami Florida and her Many friends. Funeral service will be held at . Wednesday in the Clark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street with Rev. Or. W. G. Maclean officiating. Funeral service will terminate in the Chapel with cremation to follow. Safeguards for islands assured 12 grandchildren and four great grandchildren o n e brother Alfred Denham and one sister. Mrs. Emma Denning both of Skegness England. Mrs Coy was a founding member of Charleswood United Church a life member of Charleswood Rcw president of the Good companion club and member of the Charleswood or. Adults Centre. Funeral services will be held at . Tuesday no vember 16th, in Charleswood United Church 4820 Roblin blvd. Rev. 0. T. Hughes will officiate. Interment in Chapel Lawn memorial gardens. Mor due Bros. Funeral directors Broadway and Edmonton in care of arrangements. Friends May Call at the Chapel monday from . Pall bearers will be g. T. Coy h. Hutchinson m. Curie t. L. Laxdal e. J. Bloomer h. Phelps. Walter Lloyd Dampier suddenly on november 13, 1971 at the Misericordia Hospi Tal Walter Lloyd Dampier be loved husband of Helen dam pier of Apt. 30-393 River ave. Announcement of funeral ser vices later. Thomson funeral London up negotiations for Britain s entry into the european common Market have safeguarded the interests of the Channel islands and the Isle of Man chief negotiator Geoffrey Rippon told the com Mons recently. Rippon said the six Market chapels in care of arrange or Monir till countries have agreed to offer the islands free Trade in Indus trial goods with n the common external Tariff and free Trade in agricultural products. I Concordia Hospital. Or. Henry this safeguards the islands i pick ased years beloved fiscal he said. I of mrs. Anna Dick of most important of All. The Winnipeg. Be Community s proposals would in i sides his me he survived by one daughter and one son. Fun Westwood William t. Hartry William Cramer All of Morden interment in Hillside cemetery Morden. In lieu of Flowers ii friends so desire donations May be made to the Manitoba East Ern Star chalet incorporated building fund care of Morden chapter no. 54, . Wiebe s funeral Chapel Morden in care of arrangements. Mrs. Delina Guilbert died in Somerset Manitoba on sunday november 14, 1971. Mrs. Delina Guilbert aged 92 years. Prayers will be said in m a r i a p o 1 is . Church wednesday november 17 at . Mass to follow. Rev. Unfelt officiating. Burial in Maria Polis cemetery. Surviving her Are five sons Albert of Camp Borden. Ont. Aime George Hubert and Gerry of Maria Polis two daughters mrs. Foley Berthe of Maria Polis or. Nicholas Lewin on november 12th, 1971, after a lengthy illness at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital. Or. Nicholas Lewin aged 84 years beloved husband of mrs. Mary Lewin of 458 Mckenzie St., Winnipeg. Prayers were said at . Sunday at Zawitoski funeral Chapel. Requiem High mass was Sung at . Monday at the St. Nicholas Church Banner Man and Arlington its. Rev. For. M. Daciuk officiated. Inter ment was at the holy family cemetery. In lieu of Flowers friends May make contributions was at Daniel Nathan Levson . Suddenly on november 8, 1971, in san Jose California or. Daniel Nathan Levson aged 39 years dearly beloved husband of Candy Levson of san Jose. Or. Levson was born in Winnipeg on february 18, 1932. He received his education at Machray school and at St. John s technical High school where he served As president of the school for one year. He was also Active in the school operettas. He graduated from the University of Manitoba n 1959 with a doctor of Medicine. De Gree. He then served one year As the town doctor in Fairmont North Dakota. After this he took Post graduate studies in dermatology at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Upon completion of these studies he took on november 1971 at the Winnipeg general Hosn Ifal. Or. F i n d i a y Bernarr Mckenzie ased 60 years of old England Manitoba dearly beloved Hus band of Marv Funer Al service will be held on tues Day at . In St. Clements anglican Church with Rev. Ron Stallard officiating. Inter ment in the churchyard Ceme to the Canadian cancer society division 930 por Tage ave., Winnipeg. Zawitoski funeral Chapel in care of arrangements. And mrs. A. Rheault Annette of Somerset and one brother Stanislas Lussier of St. Vital. Scharff s funeral Home in care of arrangements Henry p. Heinrichs on november 13, 1971 at the or. Daniel Joseph Mccarthy on november 13th, 1971, at Misericordia Hospital or. Dan Al Joseph Mccarthy aged 79 ears late of 247 Madison treet St. James. Or. Mccarthy was born in Cork ire land coming to Canada at the age of 18 years in 1910, and to Winnipeg in 1912. He served overseas with the 16th Canadian scottish battalion and was wounded in Arras. September 1, 1918, returning to Canada in 1919. He entered the postal ser up residence in Albuquerque new Mexico where he was associated with the Lovelace clinic for three years. For the past three years he was in private practise in san Jose. He also did research work in dermatology at the Stanford University life Long resident of old eng land and was employed at the Manitoba rolling Mills for a number of years and for the past five years was with the Chicago Blower co. Of. Winnipeg. Besides his Loving wife Mary he leaves to mourn his passing six sons Bill of Selkirk Dick of old England Doug of Minneapolis Randall Greg and Peter All at Home three Daugh ters Maureen at Home mrs. Merle Wygaard and mrs. Ted Rosser Mary Lou both of old England 10 grandchildren five Brothers James of Vancouver. Bill of Selkirk Charles and Ian of old England and Ross of Santa Domingo three Sisters mrs. Marion Mcrae of Calgary. Mrs. Jean still of old England or. George Owen on november the 12th, 1971, at the Misericordia or. George Owen aged 76 years beloved husband of Polly Owen of 25 Portland ave. Born in Newcastle England or. Owen came to Canada in 1914. He was with the Canadian National railways for forty years retiring in 1960. During the first world War he served with the Royal Canadian army overseas and was also a member of the Royal Canadian legion St. Vita Branch. Sur iving besides his wife Are his to sons Earl of Davis Cali Burnia Derrek of Pinawa Mani Oba also two grandchildren funeral service will be held at 00 . Wednesday from the Lark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street with reverend s. R. Foreman officiating interment in St. Stephens cemetery pleasant Home Manitoba. William Lawrence Pink on november 13 1971, at the Victoria general Hospital after a Brief illness William Lawrence Pink aged 90 years Morgan the late Alma Beatrice May suddenly on november 12th, Pink funeral ser 1971, after a Brief illness at the v be will a held . No St. Boniface Hospital or. Fre vember 16, at the Gardiner fun Drick Morgan aged 48 years neral Home 178 Kennedy Street beloved husband of Patricia at York with Rev. J. J. Stra Morgan of 409 Royal ave., West Chan and Rev. G. R. Service of Kildonan and formerly officiating. The interment will Stockton Manitoba. Or. Mor take place in the Mather Ceme Gan was Bora in Ninga Mani Tery Mather Manitoba at Toba on april 20, 1923, he was pm. On the same Day. The Hon raised and educated in Stockton o r a r y pallbearers will be and mrs. Ruth Magnusson of Selkirk. His pallbearers will be messes. John Charlie c a w s o n Harbour Ben Mayo Gordon still Austin my c a r t h a Norman Monkman Bert Bryan. Viewing will be held in the Gilbart funeral medical school in Palo Alto Chapel monday evening from n _ 1 i 7 f it o i Vul vice As a letter Carrier for 38 years retiring in. 1957. Or. Mccarthy was predeceased by his wife Margaret Mary Mccarthy ments 783-7211. Or. Henry Dick on november 14, 1971 at the unused the Semi autonomous Channel services will be j wednesday. November 17 at Sis pm irom Portage a 1 Steinbach Bethesda Hospital Henry p. Heinrichs age 75 years beloved husband of Susie of Steinbach. Funeral service wednesday at . In the Steinbach Bergthale Church with Rev. Abe Hiebert officiating. Interment will follow in the Lowe farm cemetery. View ing at the Chapel on tuesday from . And at the Church prior to the besides his wife or. Heinrichs is survived by two daughters mrs. Jake Bergen Lowe farm and mrs. Abe pen Ner Tina Horndean six sons Dick. Rosenorn de Hod son William Winnipeg de Wiebe Wawanesa. Henry Wiebe Winnipeg and Peter Wiebe Stein . 34 grandchildren and three great grandchildren three j Sisters mrs. Comic Stoesz i in 1967. He is survived by three daughters Maureen of London England mrs. Sheila Johnson of w i n n i p c g and Rosaleen Brecknell of British Columbia five sons Larry Jerry Dovali and Eddy All of Winnipeg and Joe of new York Twenty one grandchildren and two Sisters. Mrs. Nellie Creagh and mrs. Hannah Sheeham of Cork Ireland. Will be said at . Tuesday from Park Lawn Chapel 1858 por Tage ave., with father f. X. Macauley officiating followed by High mass to be Sung at . Wednesday in St. Ann s roman Catholic Church 265 Hampton Street St. James. Interment in Chape Lawn As sumption Section. In lieu of Flowers contributions May be made to the Canadian cancer California. He was very inter ested in various sports and also in music. He belonged to the san Jose swim and Racquet club the Santa Clara Cal society and Temple Emanuel in san Jose. Besides his wife he leaves to mourn a son mar tin and a daughter Carrie in san Jose his Mother. Mrs. Mary Levson his Brothers Hymie and Morris All of Winnipeg and his brother myer and family of Philadelphia pa., As Well As Many relatives and friends in Winnipeg and in the Funeral service was held at Chesed Shel Ernes Chapel on Friday november 12. Interment was in the he brew sick cemetery. Shiva at Apt. 302 540 Poison ave. Hon o r a r y pallbearers were or. Lyonl g. Israels or. Victor Chernick or. George e. Do to . Rosie Miller Hoffman on november 3. 1971 at her Home. Rose Miller Asch 87 years of no. 108-541 Cosmo place widow of the late Wilhelm Hoffman formerly of Emerson Manitoba. Mrs. Miller was born in Russia and came to Canada 80 years ago. She had lived in Winnipeg for the last 24 years. She is sur Vived by one son or. William Hoffman of Winnipeg three daughters mrs. Alma Zorn and mrs. Jim . Ethel both of Winnipeg mrs. Lloyd Hedges Esther of St. Paul Minnesota one sister mrs. Minnie Holtz of Winnipeg. 15 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by one daughter Lavina Manitoba. Or. Morgan joined the Canadian army in serving with the Queen s own Cameron highlanders he was taken prisoner during the Dieppe raid on August 19th, 1942, he was a member of no. 1 legion on Sargent ave. He was self employed As a Carpen Ter at the time of his passing. Besides his wife Patricia he is survived by three sons Wayne William and Samuel three daughters Sandra Hertzic christina., one grandchild Ricky nine Brothers Clarence Robert Frank George Harold Donald Garnet Ross and Keith three Sisters. Hazel Joyce and Nellie. Funeral ser vice will be hell at tuesday from Clark leather Dale funeral Home 232 Ken Nedy Street with Rev. R. Mcpherson officiating interment in Brookside military Ceme Tery. Or. Harry Ochryn on november 13th, 1971, at the St. Boniface general Hospi Tal or. Harry Ochryn aged 75 years dearly beloved husband of mrs. Mary Ohyrn of 553 Marion Street St. Boniface. Be grandsons Courtney Fulford Kerry Fulford. Raymond b. Pink Larry Pink and nephews Charles Douglas and Melvin or. Pink was born in Hull Quebec o i october 24, 3881, coming Wert to Mather Manitoba in 1904, where he Farmed until moving to Winnipeg in 1914. Being in the Honey business from then until his retirement he kept apiaries at Morris. Manitoba and later at Emo Ontario. Or. Pink was a of member of Augustine United Church for Over Lifty years. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Queenie in 1965, also five Sisters and four Brothers. Leav ing to mourn his passing Are two sons Raymond and Ken n e t h both of Winnipeg a daughter mrs. A. R. Fulford also of Winnipeg nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Hoffman in january 1945 and or. One by one son Hoffman in Rosen or. Wilfred Pinson Neault or. Irvin Vinsky pro will be held tuesday november 16. 1971 at . At the Bardal funeral Home. Sher ides his wife Mary Ochryn is survived by daughter mrs. Ciecko 01 lie of St. Boniface one grand son of Calgary Alberta one sister mrs. R. Mortalo Mary of Winnipeg. Announce ment of service later the Philip d r r a Heap proves for Brook at William. Rev. C. Heas f r Arpp officiating assisted by Rev. Hodges and Rev. David i9 t eve. A t in organist will be or. David society. H t interment Burgal and Steve Levson. If Brookside Ceme Terv. Friends fiends so desire contributes May Call at the Chapel monday in 1m memory May be sent to Coutu. Funeral Chapel 156 Marion St. In care of arrange ments. Phone 233-7453. Or. Oswald Ossie Morrison on thursday november Lith the Daniel n. Levson fund for medical and dental care for children of the kibbutzim in . . Henry Charies Miller died at Treherne. Manitoba _ at 11 Crici Israel care of Marvin n. Stark i on november 12, 1971 Henry research foundation 1150 Scott j Miller aged 90 years of Holland blvd., Santa Clara California Manitoba. Or. Miller was bom 95054. Myam in Dorset England and came to Canada in 1910, and worked in the Keyes area for 19 y 1971. At the Misericordia Hospi Tal. Or. Oswald Morrison aged 69 years beloved husband of Olive Morrison late of 2260 Gallagher ave. A private Funer Al service held at . Monday at the Clark Leatherdale funeral Home 232 Kennedy Street Rev. S. A. Selby officiated. Service Corporal William Edwin Platt on november 2, 1971, Cor poral Platt of the Canadian armed forces was killed a j cide tally while on Active duty 1 on a search and Rescue mis i Sion in the Arctic. The 25 year j old Para Rescue specialist is Selby officiated. Service Ter i 1 specialist minted in the Chapel with his e el1 to z a b e t h Nee son Bruce k. Piercy or. Brute k. Piercy aged 60 Kevin and daughter Cristin. His parents or. And mrs. C. L. Of. Piatt a sister Catherine and in the Keyes area for 19 years i cars resent of 274 two younger Brothers Robert from then he moved to hoi Avenue died in Thunder Bay and Brian of Winnipeg. Cor land. Where he had resided Friday morning. Born at win Piatt was torn in ski Man. Son of the late or july 30, 1946. He received slim comm Plum islands and the Isle of Man mennonite Brethren a. The first off the coast of France Portac Avenue and mrs Atekeh and the other in the Irish sea i interment at the Glen Lea Ceme and mrs Abe Kehler Austin Ana me Ouier in me inn have been fretting about their jury. Viewing at future Ever since Britain i tuesday. Foft opened negotiations for entry i into the common Market which j now looks probable for the Start of 1973. One of their main fears is i that the islands might have to Wil Vii Lowe farm. Two 1 i Steinbach and by Klassens Fu-1 or by has first Mana in jux i 3nd Henry 3nd Dave y. Phone j m Arran Miente by Loe i Wen funeral Chapel in Stein Doris Mary Duncan j us Iii Gin Nave la on november 32th 1971. At raise taxes. The taxation level the Winnipeg general Hospital i is about half that of the British mrs Duncan aged 48 Mainland. The islands also were afraid they would have to Duncan of Way ave. His death. Is survived to. Ion. V us by his wife. Myrtle son Lionel jars. Robert Piercy he re i and secondary i and daughter in Law Theresa of i Cei Ved his education there. In Kenora. Brandon 1 Stockton Manitoba also six j 1940 he came to fort William to grandchildren. Funeral Seit ices j at the Canadian car question i am a Junior in High school and i have Werc held in tha Holland United Plant. In 1941 he enlisted in the not accomplished anything worthwhile for myself or Church on monday november Craf and was an air gunner others. Can Yon help me t v at with Rev a and saw service overseas. Fol by Billy Graham like to receive a letter like yours Compi Ishing something worthwhile for yourself a beloved wife of Ste. 303-625 Broad is the farthest thing from the minds of Many Dora Kilburn youth. Young people like you Are the Hope of no november Isom 1971. At world Ortoria general Hospital. Now what can you do to accomplish something Dora Wilbum aged 65 worthwhile beloved wife of Clearies Winnipeg. He joined the armed forces in october. 1s84 and received his Basic training in Camp Borden. He was posted _ i 10 o. To train As a j a i Dehus i lowing Retarn technician in b r o o k d a 1 e cemetery. To fort William he continued to Para Rescue to t i snug in Comox. He was mar in March a e Scharffs funeral Home. Hoi with the Canadian car and at in care of s. Marie Louise its e Marie i Ouise Castelein time of his death was in the and was posted to win on november 13th. 1971. At Church United. The purchasing department. He was i married in Winnipeg in 1943 to As a tie former miss Gwen . Member of the common Market Treasury. At . I the Cropo re poor. In his commons state funeral Mam St and Merit radiated it had been arranged that this would rot 5vsve countries in paying a Levy into he hem wednesday november Kiborn of 33 Smithfield ave first of All become a disciple of Jesus Christ it was i be who said. Whosoever of you will be the Chiefest. Funeral to. Shall to be paid. Germans left Bonn a total of o. A ave. Rev. Or. P. Be vember Isth at . In the Al offi Oating. in Cropo funeral Chapel main St. Q p Brookside cemetery. Born in and a Axton ave. Canon j g ame or Reward but for Benefit of the race. Surrey Erand. Mrs. Fair teach officiating. Inter Street s. One son jumping trophy and a Man hurried to the Church door one Suraiya the usher had Ttoe Mear irs of service said be cemetery. Mrs. Tvs is of of Peg. Ose Sissy Nancy Dicrov of wimp of. Be daughter. Mrs. Formerly d a a g pc t e r mrs to be a Christian. Free tember of the . . O beep and Sirg going a Are air g Gei waa of teens k German ts

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