Forbes Godfrey death

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OF HEALTH DIES Death Bemoves Pictures-j Pictures-j Pictures-j que Pigure From . ;y Legislature. . ' V tr'rt"wir'' . TORONTO. Jan. l-Dealh l-Dealh l-Dealh tonight of Han. Or. Forbes Ullett Oodfrtr removed from tho OnUrio Legislature Legislature one of 1U moot picturesque ud fsmlliar figure. Dr. Godfrey had held Mot In ths provincial House for a longer continuous period than any other member. Since 1MT, he had -jeoeeeented -jeoeeeented -Worr-Yotli -Worr-Yotli -Worr-Yotli -Worr-Yotli ihllmr former Minister of Health and labor in the Ferguson Conservative administration a poit he resigned in September, ISM Dr. Godfrey pioneered pioneered enactment of anti-tuberculosis anti-tuberculosis anti-tuberculosis . and industrial- industrial- heellh legislation hr Untarlo. ' Dr. Godfrey was (J -years' -years' of age. Death followed Urtferlof llhuoa d urine which be fousht tenaciously against anaemia. Until a few daya ago. he refused to admit the seriousness of nil condition and continued to visit his patients Dr. Warren Snyder, his son-in-law. son-in-law. son-in-law. son-in-law. son-in-law. attended Dr. Godfrey through the last suae of his Illness and was with him when the end came tonight at the f farmer Mlniilert home In Mlmlcer The funeral will be held on Friday afternoon. . . .OBfafaanr J)ocfoc. Dr. Godfrey climaxed a Jons and distinguished public career by-fdsy. by-fdsy. by-fdsy. Becoming Minuter of Health and Labor for Ontario. Tor nearly quarter of a century. Dr. Godfrey aat in tho OnUrio Legislature for the ' riding of West York and- and- waa taken Into the Cabinet of Premier G. H. Ferguson on July Id, 1923. Because of Ill-health Ill-health Ill-health he resigned the portfolio In September of last year and since that time had declined steadily In health. Dr. Godfrey was born in York township March 31, ISM. His father. - Rev. Robert Godfrey, waa Irish and his mother, Mary Elliott Canadian. From this racial fusion Dr. Godfrey inherited a fluent tongue, an easy, going and Jovial disposition that was Ito stand him in good stead in. later. , an that the short high not early terday 28, temperatures 1931, the The on people way the all of day In Exhibiting at an early ace his ca pacity for concentration and painstaking painstaking work. Dr. Godfrey, otter preliminary preliminary education In Owen Sound, entered the medical school of the University University of Toronto. He waa graduated with the enersl proficiency medal. In further pursuit of knowledge, be went to ccunourgn University and Glasgow University, where he took extra post-graduate post-graduate post-graduate .work. : i . Settled hi Mimics. Returning to Canada, Dr. Godfrey settled in Mimico. Ont. In lftM he married Mary M. Carson, daughter of James Carson, of Newbridge, Ont. One daughter waa born. Constance, wife of Dr. Warren Snyder, former rugby star for Toronto University. Public lite always held a fascination fascination for Dr. Godr.-ey. Godr.-ey. Godr.-ey. After his medical medical practice waa assured.' he became more and tnore prominent In Con- Con- servative circles in West York fto-I- fto-I- fto-I- fto-I- y. in isvi aucceasiuuy carrying tne riding for the party. A long awies of successful elections followed. He vast under Ave Premiers,. Sir James Whitney, Sir William Hearst. Hon. K. C Drury, Hon. G. H. Ferguson and lastly, Hon. George S. Henry. " diiih the years Dr. Godfrey pro-greased pro-greased pro-greased in the oounsel of the legislative legislative group of his party. . From the back benches he advanced atiedily toward the front rows, climaxing his career by entering tne Cabinet. As M mister of Health and Labor, Dr. Godfrey continued to exhibit hia capacity capacity for erganimtien, delai! and concentration. With years of medical practice behind him, he was qualified to head the extensive social and medical medical eel ik.ee maintained by the province province and several important measures were written into the statutes through hia efforts. - . "MeTIaHeTW -On -On ImprUl Screes In the current Imperial film, "Men In Her Life." Lola Moran ia starred in the role of a debutsnts who thinks love shoukf carry s dash of sdven lure. - - - ' - . The story, which is based on s novel by Warner Fabian, tells of Julia Csvanaugh, who is traveling abroad in' search . of life and romance and finda eilentv a hath. ' Robbed hv Count woo had promised to her but changed his mind when ho found she had loot bar fortune, aha would have been in a sorry plight but for ths retired racketeer who happened by. Ha feels fata had "dealt lmktnaTywUh Itim In not nvsk- nvsk- '"g fleo t he nspra ths marooned girr to guide him through the do's and donts of Oil enqueue enqueue book. And this ia the introduction introduction to romance that has plenty of thrills and obstacles before reach ing happy conclusion. The action takes 'lace in gay places in Paris, In picturesque French village and in fashionable Mew York, with a murder trie! providing s stirring: stirring: climax. Mias Moras, os tho sophisticated Julia and Charles Bick-ford. Bick-ford. Bick-ford. as the retired racketeer, make aatei owing team. Victor VstkwU to convincing as ths wily foreign senueman of title and Donald Dilla-way Dilla-way Dilla-way Is smoaing as the girl's hometown hometown sweetheart. Others who play small but important roles ore Bar-Kara Bar-Kara Bar-Kara Weeks, Oscar ApreL Hooper Atchmy. Louts Albcrra and AdrioraM D'Amhrioourt. . R. - and SmSL Stead, delegates, tory Pome world s war methods revise there so than It t" That st Mr. was and In as so partly could Ing but had When people with old so eastern 1929. tho retarded get aa I Tills The George convey Mr. the P. contributed wood. 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Clipped from The Ottawa Journal07 Jan 1932, ThuPage 5

The Ottawa Journal (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)07 Jan 1932, ThuPage 5
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