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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press thursday november 19, 1970 military service proposed Quebec up a Liberal Bencher called tuesday for stiff government measures in eluding compulsory military service for Quebec youth if Nec Essary As a Means of putting a Damper on violent activity in the province. Jean Bienvenue told the Quebec National Assem Bly other measures could in clude censorship in the news Media stricter control of Public demonstrations and the issuance of identity cards to All Quebe cers As suggested by Justice minister Jerome Cho Quette. Or. Bienvenue 42, was speaking during an emergency debate begun last week on the Liberal government s handling of the Cross Laporte affair. Reading from a prepared text he said Quebec s police forces should be beefed up perhaps by using funds spent now on French Quebec cultural exchanges lavish state dinners and certain Highway improve ments. This would help create an elite police corps which would never again necessitate the holding of a debate in this chamber on a crisis involving the kidnapping and assassination of one of deaths Ana first ten lines or less per insertion each additional line per insertion 16c. Lindsy r. Barr on november at Winnipeg general Hospital Lindsy r. Barr aged 61 years beloved husband of Sheila Barr of 695 Alverstone Street. Funeral fraud nets years Montreal up Theo Dore John Aboud who pleaded guilty to defrauding a Bank and three brokerage houses of More than million was sentenced wednesday to Lovi years in prison. Included in the sentence was a count of defrauding a hotel of in food and lodging seven counts of vehicle theft four conspiracy to defraud charges and a charge of conspiring to commit a theft. Aboud 51, returned voluntarily in Early August from Rio de Janeiro although he was not subject to extradition. Forged cheques drawn from a Branch of the Royal Bank of Canada were presented to three brokerage houses in july when the Branch was closed. When the broken telephoned the closed Branch accomplices who bad tapped the line an swered and verified the Che ques so the brokers issued bearer Bonds to Aboud. Service will be held . Friday november 20th, at the Gardiner funeral Home 178 Kennedy Street at York the Rev. W. A. Cross officiating with cremation to follow. Ser vice will terminate at the Cha Pel. Courtesy parking is Avail Able next to the funeral Home. Or. Barr was born in Glasgow Scotland coming to Canada As a very Young boy. As a Young Man he was very Active in Grace Church and the first Baptist Church latterly he was a member of Young United Church and served on the Board of stewards and the session for Many years. He served with the . During second world War for five years. Prior to the War he worked for dust Bane products. Following the. War he was employed by the Federal government department of Man Power until his retirement in 1966 due to ill health. He was one of the original organizers of the Broadway Optimist Community Center and was a member of the Pioneer fraternal association of Winnipeg Lodge no. 1. He was predeceased by his Mother in August of 1969. Be sides his Loving wife Sheila he is survived by two Loving sons Wayne c. Of Winnipeg and Grant l. At Home. Should friends desire contributions May be sent to the Canadian diabetic society. Viola Agnes Bower on the 18 november 1970, at the Morris general Hospi Tal mrs. Viola Agnes Bower aged 82 years beloved wife of William e. Of Morris Manitoba. Funeral service will be held at . Saturday at Pineview memorial Chapel Chevrier blvd. And Waverley Street with Rev. John Macleod officiating. Service will Termi Nate in the Chapel with Crema Tion following. Arrangements by Clark Leatherdale fort Garry phone 452-7621. Charlotte m. Campbell deaths sask. Arbitration holds line Regina up labor min ister d. G. Maclennan monday said an arbitration Board has awarded wage increases within provincial six per cent guide lines to plumbers and electricians whose strikes led to an emergency session of the legis lature in june. He said in a statement the Board headed by judge j. R. 0. Archambault of Prince Al Bert awarded workers in re Gina Saskatoon Prince Albert and Moose jaw an increase of 31 cents an hour effective june 13. 1970. The 35 electricians and 44 plumbers affected Are to receive a further 31 cents an hour effective next Jan. 1. The new contracts run from june 13 to March 31, 1972. The Board said that for Moose jaw workers there will be additional increases of 11 cents annually for the next five years to bring them up to the scale paid in the other centres. The workers struck for 11 weeks to support demands for wage increases Over a previous scale of an hour for journeymen. They went to work when faced with the threat of compulsory arbitration. The parties however still were unable to reach agree ment and legislation passed in the two Day Jane session and extending compulsory arbitration Law to embrace the construction Industry was put into effect i july. The Law passed in 196% to Deal with a strike by the Oil chemical and atomic workers against Saskatchewan Power corporation a Crown Corpora Tion prey Osly was limited to workers a Gas electric water 1 Ali Hospital services. The other members of the three wan boards we Eric Auw Mari of Sartaj torn a contractor who was she Gertrude May Benedickson on november 18, 1970 at the Central Park Lodge Gertrude May Benedickson late of the f o u n t a j n House widow of Christian Benedickson. Funeral service will be held in the Thomson funeral chapels Broadway at Furby saturday morning november 21 at . The Rev. Or. H. A. Frame officiating. Interment in Garry memorial Park. Courtesy Park ing West of the funeral chapels. Mrs. Benedickson was born at Lakefield Peterborough on Tario and had resided in Winnipeg since 1926. She was pre deceased by her husband in 1965. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. James h. Ruby Ashdown of Winnipeg a son senator William m. Benedickson of Ken Ora and Ottawa Ontario and six grandchildren. Saeung b Barnason on november at the Betel Home Gimli miss Saeung Bjarnason aged 93 years a res ident of Gimli for the past 37 years. Funeral service will be held at . Friday in the Betel Home with interment Fol lowing in the Community Ceme Tery. Rev. I. Isfeld officiating. Miss Bjarnason came to Canada from Iceland in 1923 and previous to moving to Gimli lived at Elafros sask. Gilbert s funeral Chapel Selkirk. On november 11, 1970 at Campbell River ., mrs. Charlotte m. Campbell in her 93rd year widow of the late John m. Campbell of Winnipeg mrs. Campbell was born near Pierce s Corners ont. In 1878, daughter of the late John and Eliza Robinson. She came to Winnipeg in 1905 and was employed by the t. Eaton com Pany until her marriage in 1910. While in Winnipeg she was a life Long member of St. Matthews anglican Church and a past member of Mizpah chapter no. 14, order of the Eastern Star. In 1958 mrs. Campbell moved to Vancouver where she was very Active in Church and Community affairs for 10 years until moving to Campbell River In 1968. Mrs. Campbell was predeceased by her husband in 1940, her parents and six Brothers and two Sisters. Survivors in clude her daughter mrs. Wil Liam Bird and grand son William j. Bird both of Campbell River one son Clarence and two Sisters mrs. G. P. Cross and mrs. Ethel Reynolds All of Winnipeg and Many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at . On Friday november 20 at St. Patrick s anglican Church 612 valour Road Winnipeg. Private burial in the family plot at St. Johns Cathedral cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Ethel Elenor d1tchfield on november 18, 1970 at St. Boniface Hospital aged 62 years beloved wife of Arthur Ditchfield of 482 Mcgillivray blvd. Fort Whyte Manitoba. Besides her husband Arthur she is survived by one son Don at Home three daughters Donna May at Home mrs. Carol r. Perreault of fort William mrs. Joyce d. Cross of Transcona two Brothers Carl d. Sloan of Winnipeg Garnet Sloan of cres ton Three Sisters mrs. A. A. Margurite Ferguson of Columbus Montana mrs. A. Evelyn May of Wetaskiwin Alberta miss Dorothy Sloan of Moose jaw Saskatchewan and five grandchildren. Funeral service Friday . No vember 20, 1970 at the Bardal funeral Home Sherbrook and William. Or. A. Grant Smith officiating. Interment in Garry memorial cemetery. Deaths Ralph Francis Geeson Henry on tuesday november 17th, at St. Boniface Hospital Ralph Francis Henry Geeson aged 61 years beloved husband of Elsie Geeson of 30 Glenview ave. Or. Geeson had been employed As Foreman of mod Ern dairies for some 22 years and was Well respected by his fellow workers and the co. He was Active with the United credit Union for Many years he was a member of the an and of unit no. 60, a member of the m. S. M. Social club. Besides his wife he is survived by a Niece Margaret funeral services will be held at . Friday november 20th, in Mordue Bros. Funeral Home Broadway and Edmonton. For. A g. Gibbons will officiate. Interment in St. Vital cemetery. George Wallace Goodall passed away in Hospital no vember if 1970 George Wallace of 8741 Selkirk St. Vancouver in his 91st year. Funeral service was conducted in Canadian me Morial Church 15th ave. And Jurrard St. Thursday no vember 19, at . Rev. Stuart Macleod and Rev. L. B. Campbell . Officiated. Sur Vived by his wife Margaret three daughters mrs. E. T. Mary Turner Long Island new York mrs. D. M. Doris Agnew West Van Couver mrs. D. W. Jean Gourley Kitchener Ontario one son George of Vancouver a Young son William was lost at Dieppe in 1942, survived also by 11 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Flowers gratefully declined. Cremation. Simmons and Mcbride funeral directors Broadway and Maple St. Vancouver in charge of arrangements. Deaths 3 Norman Arthur Blackie on november 16th, 1970, at the Winnipeg general Hospital Norman Arthur Blackie aged 58 years beloved husband of Sheila Blackie of 160 Wexford Street Charleswood. Funeral service was held at . Thursday in Broadway first Baptist Church. 793 Honeyman reverend a. Gaspard officiated. Interment took place in Brookside cemetery. Arrange ments by Clark Leatherdale 942-5494. Robert Chaloner passed away on november 17th, 1970, at the Winnipeg Gen eral Hospital or. Robert Cha loner aged 51 years of 910 Logan Avenue. Funeral ser vices will be held Friday november 20th at . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main Street and Luxton ave nue. Rev. J. D. Marnoch officiating. Interment in the Mili tary plot Brookside cemetery. Or. Chaloner was born and educated in Winnipeg. He served As a Mechanic in the tank corps in the second world War. He leaves to mourn his passing two Sisters mrs. G. Clay mrs. F. Gay Edith and Many nephews and nieces. Viewing thursday eve Ning from . At the Chapel. Nicholas Chorney Oscar s. Gei Holm suddenly on november 16, 1970, at his residence or. Oscar s. Gei Holm aged 54 years of 751 Waterloo St., Winnipeg. Funeral service will be held at . Saturday in the Gimli funeral Chapel with reverend Isfeld officiating. Interment in the Gimli Community cemetery. Gilbart funeral Home Selkirk. Stanley Karpiak passed away after a lengthy illness on november 17th, 1970 at the Misericordia general Hospital or. Stanley Karpiak aged 53 years beloved husband of Katharine Karpiak of 286 Winterton Avenue East Kil d o n a n. Prayers were said wednesday evening at . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main St., and Luxton ave., requiem High mass was Sung thursday november 19th at . In the holy eucharist Church Watt St. And Munroe ave., East Kildonan. Rev. For. J. Forn Alchuk officiated. Interment followed in Elm Wood cemetery. Pallbearers were messes. Alec Mckinnon John Crowe Ron Prychitko Jac Kie Bushell Gerry Geoffrey and Bud Chudy. Or. John Forrest Faterson suddenly on november 15, 1970 at the Winnipeg general Hospital or. John Forrest Paterson aged 50 years dearly beloved husband of Helen Paterson of 666 Academy Road Winnipeg. Prayers were said tuesday . In the Barker s funeral Chapel 124 Donald St. Requiem mass was said wednesday . In the St. John Bre Beuf . Church. Interment was in the family plot St. Mary s Ceme Tery. Besides his wife or. Paterson is survived by two sons John and Brian both at Home his Mother mrs. Charles Pater son Mary also a brother Maurice both of Vancouver Active pallbearers were messes. Jack Leslie Jerry Lynch John Crowley Richard Crowley Maurice Bradstock Peter Crowley. Or. Paterson was born and educated in win n i p e g and was an Active member of the Lions club of Winnipeg. Edward John Rainey on monday november 16th, 1970 at Misericordia Hospital Edward John Rainey aged 82 years beloved husband of Ethel Rainey of 107 Dun Raven ave. Funeral service was held at . Thursday november 19th, in Mordue Bros. Funeral Home Broadway and Edmon ton. Rev. J. E. Setter officiated. Interment was in Brookside cemetery. John Wesley Reid births 5 Beverley his new baby sister Laurie Christine who weighed in at 6 ibs. 4 oz., nov Ember 13, 1970. Her proud parents Are Jack and Roberta Nee Robertson of Dollard Desormeaux Quebec. Grace Green at Toronto on tuesday no vember formerly Grace Merritt of Oakville Ontario and Scottsdale Arizona Loving wife of Clifford Green Mother of mrs. Jim Striegel Lynda of Toronto and mrs. John Chap Man Carolyn of Bangkok fond sister of Henry Merritt of Winnipeg Jim Merritt of de m o n t o n William Merritt of Burlington mrs. William Brid geman Irene and Joy Merritt mrs. Erna Klassen Nee Erna Schaak on november 17, 1970 at the St. Boniface Hospital mrs. Erna Hassen aged 55 years of lot 34, St. Norbert Man. Funeral service will be held Fri Day . In the Philip Coutu funeral Chapel 156 Marion St. With Rev. W. J. Hogman officiating. Cremation to follow. Mrs. Klassen is sur Vived by three sons Ronald of Lynn Lake Man., Jack and Allan both of Victoria Seven grandchildren three Brothers Herman of Winnipeg Alec of Vancouver ., Paul of Sud Bury ont two Sisters mrs. M. Germaniuk Elma of Winnipeg and mrs. E. Prevett Hilda in the. United states. On tuesday november 17th, 1970 at the Winnipeg general Hospital John Wesley Reid aged 59 years of 410 Ellice ave nue Winnipeg. Funeral service will be held at . On Friday november 20th from Doyle s funeral Home Carman with reverend j. A. Mclaughlan officiating. Interment will be in the family plot in Elm Creek cemetery. Doyle s funeral Home of Carman in care of arrangements. Bjorklund Cliff and Edith Nee Bjornson Art pleased to announce the arrival of their first born boy Dale Jeffrey on november 17, 1970, weight 6 ibs. 15 of. Sincere thanks to or. J. Bergal or. P. H. Barnes and the staff at Misericordia Hospital. Contribution to Centennial 70 on november 5 at 11 ., 1990 s All Star half Cobi Jay Thomas weighing in at t ibs. 7 of. Happy is sister Jerri Lee and proud Are parents Stosh and Joann. And Donna Nee hut Cheon Are pleased to announce the birth of David Alexander a brother for Donald on november 8, 1970, weight 8 ibs., Long Many thanks once again to or. R. 0. Flett and Misericordia Hospital staff. Diane october 29, 1970, 8 ibs. 9 oz., sister for allow Yin. Proud parents Are Ken and Emily. Special thanks to or. Kocsis and staff of Misericordia Hospital. And Donna Are pleased to announce the birth of their first child a daughter Jacqueline Linnea on november 16, 1970, weight 7 ibs. 8 of. Thanks to doctors Brad Ford Mcfarlane and associates. And Corinne Nee Laliberte Are Happy to announce the arrival of a son Darrell Todd born october 27, 1970. Weight 7 ibs. 4 of. Proud grandparents Are or. And mrs. J. Laliberte and or. And mrs. P. Nor Rand. And Mildred Are pleased to announce the arrival of a daughter Cynthia Dawn on no vember 16, 1970, weighing 9 ibs. A sister for Catherine Christine and Christopher. Many thanks to drs. Bleeks Schmidt Mccawley and staff at women s Pavilion. And Jean Are pleased to announce the arrival of their first born a daughter Charlene Nancy on november 8, 1970. Our sin Cere thanks to drs. Schmidt Mccawley associates and staff at the women s Pavilion in memorial please not me Robarts Toronto up the federation of Ontario naturalists appealed wednesday to persons taking part in its anti litter Campaign not to mail broken Glass or garbage to Premier John Robarts. An official in the Premier s office said tuesday night that broken Glass had been found in mail sacks full of cans addressed to the Premier. The mail in Campaign was launched last week in an Effort to pressure the govern ment into halting sales of non returnable bottles and cans. Betty Goldberg conserva Tion assistant with the federa Tion said the federation has mailed oat almost labels to its members. The labels Are inscribed with an anti litter message and Are addressed to Queen s Park. Persons Are asked to affix the labels to Dean dry cans and mail them to or. Robarts. On november 18th 1970, at the Grace Hospital Nicholas Chorney aged 65 years beloved husband of Olive Chorney of 191 Rouge re. Assiniboia. Pray ers will be said thursday to night at . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main St. And Luxton ave. Requiem mass will be Sung Friday at . In St. Basil s ukrainian Catholic Church 202 Harcourt St. Rev. For. V. Soroka officiating. Inter ment in Chapel Lawn memorial gardens. Or. Chorney was born in the Western Ukraine residing in Canada for the past 50 years. He was a self employed Carpenter retiring in 1963. Be sides his wife Olive he leaves to mourn his passing one son Robert one daughter mrs. V. Dowie Beverley both of Cal Gary two grandchildren and a sister in Poland. Sigrid Davidson on november 17, 1970 at the Winnipeg general Hospital Sigrid beloved wife of Frank Ness Davidson of 755 Alver Stone Street funeral ser vice will be held in the Thom son funeral chapels Broadway at Furby thursday november 19th at . Interment in Brookside cemetery. Courtesy parking West of the funeral chapels. Surviving besides her husband Are one son Gerald Davidson of Winnipeg. Of Vancouver daughter of the late bandmaster and mrs. Mer Ritt of Winnipeg. Service was in the Morden funeral Chapel 109 Reynold St., Oakville at . Thursday november 19. Interment was in Trafalgar cemetery. Or. Wasyl Harasyn suddenly on november 15, 1970 at his residence or. Wasyl Harasym age 74 years beloved husband of Annie Hara sym of 457 garlics Street. Prayers at . Wednes Day at Zawitoski funeral Chapel funeral service was held at . Thursday in the holy Trinity greek orthodox Cathedral 1175 main Street Rev. W. Sluzar officiated inter ment was in the Glen Eden me Morial gardens. Arrangements by Zawitoski funeral Chapel. Miss Lyla Johnson suddenly on tuesday no vember 17, 1970 Lyla Faye Johnson aged 17 years of Mac Donald Manitoba beloved daughter of or. And mrs. Byron Johnson. Born at glad Stone Manitoba she lived for a number of years at Amaranth Manitoba moving to Macdonald with her parents in 1961 where she had since resided. Surviving besides her parents Are four Sisters five Brothers. Funeral service will be Friday no vember 20, at . In the Mcmaster funeral Home por Tage la Prairie interment in Hillside cemetery. In lieu of Flowers donations May be made to the Canadian association for the mentally retarded. Antonio Lago Lakos accidentally on november 15th 1970, at Hallock Minnesota Antonio Lago aged 70 years beloved husband of Victoria Lago of 655 Poison Avenue. Prayers will be said thursday evening at . In the Cropo funeral Chapel main St., and Luxton ave. Requiem mass will be Sung Friday no vember 20th at . In the holy ghost Church Selkirk ave., and Aikins St., Rev. For. J. Michalowski officiating. Interment in holy ghost Ceme Tery. Alexander Litkowich on november 16, 1970 at the St. Vital Hospital Alexander Pilkowich aged 89 years be loved husband of Victoria Litko wich formerly of Tyndall Mani Toba. Prayers will be said on thursday november 19 at . In the Russell funeral Chapel Beausejour. Funeral mass will be Sung on Friday november 20 at . In the St. Michael s ukrainian Catholic Church Tyndall Man. Rev. Father j. Forn Alchuk of f i c i a t i n g. Interment in the ukrainian cemetery Tyndall Man. Besides his wife he is sur Vived by seven sons Mike and Victor of Winnipeg John of Niagara Falls Joe of Windsor ont Peter of Brandon Bernie of Jim of Kenora ont four daughters mrs. Cas Novakowski Alice of broken head mrs. Joe Bay Emily and mrs. Joe Kaletzky Rose both of Winnipeg and mrs. A thur Sokolowski Adeline of Selkirk. 30 grandchildren five great grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son Walter in 1960. Russell funeral Home Ltd. Pm. 268-2263 Beausejour in care of arrangements. Adolph Schinkel on november 17, 1970 at the tache Hospital Adolph Schin Kel aged 71 years of 481 bal moral ave. Or. Schinkel is sur v i v e d by six Sisters mrs. Wanda Stein mrs. Pauline Oomen mrs. Odina sobering mrs. Sally Kornac All of Winnipeg. Mrs. Hilda Bird of Dun can bc., and mrs. Lillian Heckert of Steinbach and one brother Manuel Schinkel of Winnipeg. Rev. N. Miller will officiate at funeral ser vices Friday at . In Kerr s funeral Chapel. Inter ment in Brookside cemetery. Friends May Call at the Chapel 120 Adelaide St on thursday from to . Mrs. Maria Neustaedter Unrau quietly on tuesday november 17, 1970, at her Home 27 pre Vette St., mrs. Maria Nous Taedter Unrau passed away to her eternal rest Maria Neus Taedter Unrau was born in rus Sia May 23, 1904 and came to Canada in 1948. She taught school for 39 years in various countries and in Manitoba she taught in different centres for 11 years. She was predeceased by her husband David Unrau in 1941, a brother Gerhard and an infant daughter Erna. She leaves to mourn Lena Braun her Dearest Friend her Cousin Victor Wilms both of Winnipeg Agnes Neufeld of Lethbridge Alberta and Many friends Young and old. Funeral services will be held saturday no vember 21 at . In the Springfield Heights mennonite Church Corner of Sharron Bay and de Chr. Reverend f. Dyck officiating. Interment in Green acres memorial gardens. Green acres memorial Chapel 274 Talbot ave. In care of arrangements. Phone 222-3241. Friends who wish May Call at the Chapel on Friday evening Between and . And Karl Are pleased to announce the birth of a baby girl on november 16, 1970, weight 7 ibs. Of. A baby sister for Rhonda. Thanks to or. Grushovetz and staff of the Misericordia Hospital. Wus Kynyk Bob and Marlene Nee Muzyka Are Happy to announce the birth of a daughter. Dawn Lynn born on november 1970. Weight 8 ibs. A sister for Doris Ann. Thanks to or. W. J. Mccord and staff at Grace hos Pital. And Sharon Nee Osa Dick Are pleased to announce the arrival of their first born a son Kevin Leslie on november 14, 1970, at ., weight 7 ibs. 1 of. Many thanks to or. S. Steinberg and staff at the St. Boniface general Hospital. In memorial Loving memory of Clif Ford e. Mitchell who passed away november Sweet memories will linger for Var time cannot change them its True years that May come cannot sever our Loving remembrance of you. Missed by wife Clarice and family. Thurner in Loving memory of Bobby who passed away november you Are in our hearts forever Bobby. Missed and loved by the Keddy family and the Dixon family. Tymchak in Loving memory of our dear father Joe who passed away november Loving and kind in All his ways upright and just to the end of his Days sincere and kind in heart and mind what a Beautiful memory he left behind. V e r remembered by son Joe daughter in Law Joann and grandson Raith. Loving memory of my dear son and brother Joe tip passed away on november a bitter grief a Shock severe to part with one we loved so dear our loss is great Well not complain but Hope to meet in heaven again. Remembered by Mother Sisters Helen and Mary. Loving memory of our beloved son and brother Dennis who. Passed away november 18, 1963. Aged 20 treasured still with love sincere memories of him we loved so dear always so Good unselfish and kind few on this Earth his equal we h find. Remembered by his mom and Gwen Shirlee Ken Alan and Kimberley. Loving memory of our and grandmother Fanny Louise who passed away november 19, 1952 and of our father in Law and Grandfather William Thomas who passed away october 13, 1958. We often think of Days gone by when we were All together a Shadow o or our lives has cast. Our loved ones gone forever. Remembered by daughter in Law Margaret and grandsons Bill and Art. Card of thanks wish to express our heart Felt thanks to All our friends neigh Bors and relatives for their Many acts of kindness messages of sympathy and Beautiful Floral tributes received during our recent bereavement in the. Sudden loss of our beloved wife Mother and grandmother. Specia l thanks to padre Bill for his Comfort ing words the pallbearers and drs. Klass and Helmuth and nursing staff at Winnipeg general Hospital. Bates and family or. And mrs Hallums. Burial Parks notice Chapel Lawn memorial gardens Winnipeg s finest cemetery offices at 4000 Portage ave., open Dally 9 . To 5 ., sundays noon to 5 . Plots and memorials available. Phone 832-1815. Visitors Welcome Chapel Lawn memorial Gar Dens in the Garden of apostles 4 plots., for Sale. 334-2621. Loving memory of my dear sister Grace who passed away november her memory is As dear today As in the hour she passed away. Missed by sister Doris Binns. Loving memory of our dear son and brother Robert who passed away november once a Day and Many times More you Knock upon our daydream door and we say warmly come right in we re glad you re Here with us again. For though our Day dreams bring you near we wish that you were really hers. But what reality cannot change our dreams and wishes will arrange. And through our wishes you la be brought. To us each Day dear Bob in thought. Eternal rest Grant him o lord let perpetual Light Shine upon remembered and sadly missed by mom Frank and Deb Bie. Loving memory of our dear son and brother who passed away november 19, 1967. His smiling Way pleasant face Art pleasure to recall he had a kindly word for Tach and died beloved Fay All. Some Day we Hope to meet him some Day it know not when to clasp his hand in the better land. Never to part again. Remembered and sadly missed by mom and Barbara and Bill. Elmwood cemetery available. Phone 533-2924. Plots 8 monuments Larsen s memorials Ltd. 1801 notre Dame office 783-3178 your Rock of Ages dealer Sprange sons 316 Colony Bay pm. 783-3556. 9 funeral directors Cropo funeral chapels serving All Faith and beliefs main at Luxton phone 586-8044 Golden Rule funeral service Winnipeg members Clark Leatherdale co. Ltd. 232 Kennedy St. Zawitoski funeral Home 724 Selkirk ave. 5w-491i Pineview funeral Home and memorial gardens Waverley at Chevrier 452-7621 mrs. Amelia Winger Loving memory of our Nephew and Cousin Richard David aged 17, beloved son of or. And mrs. W. Dick and Irene Burns killed accidentally at Wainwright Alberta november in 1947. Just a prayer from those who loved you precious memories kind and True. In our hearts you la live forever. Because it thought the world of you. Remembered by aunts uncles and cousins. Loving memory of our dear father and Grandfather George who passed away november deep in our hearts you Are fondly remembered. Sweet Happy memories cling round your name True hearts that loved you with deepest affection always will love you in death the same. Remembered and sadly missed by daughter Carol son in Law Ray and granddaughter Terry. Loving memory of our dearly beloved son Terry who passed away so suddenly on november 19, Gardiner funeral Home 178 Kennedy St. Phone 942-8537 Thomson funeral chapels Broadway at Furby 783-7211 Over 90 years Pineview funeral Home and memorial gardens Waverley St. At Chevrier Transcona funeral Chapel new Chapel accommodation 200 1800 Day St. 222-6677 Mordue Bros. Funeral Home Broadway and Edmonton pm. Klassen funeral Chapel 194 Henderson Highway 533-3157 Kerr s funeral Chapel 120 Adelaide 943-6688 Zawitoski funeral Home 724 Selkirk Jlf-4911 Clark Leatherdale 232 Kennedy St. Co. Ltd. Park Lawn Chapel 1858 Portage ave. 88b-7977 since 1894" Bardal funeral Home 774-747 joins Jijita Montreal up Atwa of Tea a foes co. Pm. Has Limo Mai Oil air i Janes ii Arcus suddenly on november 16, 1970. At Lockport or. James Harcus aged 61 years of lock port Manitoba. Funeral service will be held at . Friday in old St Andrews anglican with Archdeacon j. Mattinson officiating. Interment i the churchyard cemetery. A prayer service will be held in the Golbart funeral Chad thursday evening at pan. John Edwado Dwitte on tuesday november itch at tache Hospital joined Iward Dapre aged is years formerly m hib Crest ave daring is Early life or. Dipre lived and worked in the Kossil Man. District later he to by. Where my answer it Hilly question lately i have detected that Yra Are Drift ing fish the Sal Valim Fly Grace alone. Be neatly Yew sail judges by actions 8wt by shallow Are Yew sagged bag that we Are saved by or efforts rather thaa by the Grace pm . Answer not at All. I have not drifted away from the doctrine of salvation by Grace. In fact i believe it stronger than Ever. Bat this is not to say that an Man hrs to do is fold his and he will sweep through the Pearly Gates into glory. There Are human action. In someone or person something to do. To on november 17. 1970 at the Winnipeg general Hospital mrs. Amelia Winger aged 85 years of 379 Tweed ave. Funeral services will be held on thursday november 19 at . From us Paul s lutheran Church. 420 Tweed ave. With Rev. Of Gaertner officiating. Interment in the Elmwood cemetery. She leaves to mourn five daughters mrs. L. Elen orc Day of Cranbrook b. C., mrs. J. Jeanette Poersch mrs. .1. Katherine Seip mrs. G. Wilhelmina Hunter and mrs. B. Hettic Bell All of Winnipeg. Two sons Rudolf Kendel of Winnipeg and John Kendel of West Vancouver eleven grandchildren 24 great grandchildren one great great grandson and two Sisters mrs. Pc. Porcher of Winnipeg and e. Daun of Vancouver Rev. Winger s three children reside in the . She was predeceased by her first has and or. John Kendel in 1930 and her second husband Rev. We do not need special Day. To bring you to our mind. The Days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. They say time heals All sorrows and helps one to forget. But time has Only shown us How much we miss you yet. It s such a helpless feeling when Mere is nothing one can do to bring All the yesterdays that were so filled with you you left us an so suddenly your last thoughts were unknown. But you left us with a memory that we Are proud to own. Remembered and loved sadly missed by mum and . 12 lost lost 1 Silver watch Square face with Silver armband on Osborne St. Bet. River St. And Pembina Vince Walsh Vic. Tache and Marion. Pure White male cat answers to Pink. Re Ward. 233-2579. End Short haired 4 to. Old Pup Black and Brown. Landside area. 774 9925._______________________________ boy s glasses Black Frame Grey Case vie. Moncton Lane. Pm. Found found Vic Corydon i. Kenas ton male Shepherd Collie Type dog blk. R brn. Found Vic Windsor Park Childs glasses Rodenstock Birks watch St James area 233-30m. Must describe. 21 dogs. Cats Birds and tropical fish beaut. Himalayan for Sale bom aug. 3. Delightful child orientated j Kittens. 1 sea Point i bluepoint both males. Clean cuddly. Healthy and vaccinated. Can m-3812. And in twee cafe i a Tanner 4ep Many Many fact nearly every time Jesos healed med a Mirade he gave the person Peter James and John he said follow me and i will make Yon to become Ushers of j they were Bidden to do something of flow him. I Paol said to the vhf Pippian Jaf Lorr believe on the lord be reside i for Moats years. He Jesus Christ and Thon Shaft be they were com miser Kunsa that he m Oesh so soon Wooks Steep. And leave of Nene 9o flow ii. We no know the pain be bore. F we not see my die. Held . Wednes-1 __-.-, i newer saw Good by. Flay. Arrangements of remembered and is Day funeral Capet w Henderson by unde Max and Hwy. Loving memory of our dear Nephew and Cousin Terry who passed away on the i9lh of november 1959. There s a face that is haunting us Ever. There s a voice that we re longing to hear. There s a smile Well remember forever. Though we try to forget every tear there s a sad but Sweet remembrance. There s a memory fond and True. There s a Token of affection dear. And heartaches still for you. Loved and sadly missed by font Mary and family of California . J Prairie Dawn Golden ers. Reg. Pups from cd. 8r. Imported Keddy in Jove and memory of Oor x Rayed. Sire dam. Wagon took dear Nepf Terry who passed away take. Man. Pm. November n. Iii. We fat the to Ooghe Nenne ten Home he Weir to no More return. First litter in Manitoba. Rare unusual. Bun mastiff Reg. Fem. Puppy. Exc. Blood lines. Champion Par Lens. Exc guard dogs. Show Quality. In tires which denote i Winger in i9s9. Viewing 9-Yi no lnc7 j j registered St. Bernard pop pies Bea finny marked reasonably i priced. J. Asker hoc Newsad Man. 1 1745-2933._________________ Reg. Chihuahuas exceptional i All colors types and Ages. Can How Fin Christmas m Bon Jer ave. Black male miniature poodle registered Mack Mima Vure female Zau Wiak on november 15, at the away wow fear 79r Etui away tote love heart dear memories Noger Gfrer trasport Assoc Atim As its _ i wember of Iata Wjk sir ortved by Sisser mrs. To do something belie pc and Good me rest 5tyews, Betael wife the air i k. A. A kits several Kabrt pc Mcm

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