Clipped From The Ottawa Journal
Saved Choking Boy, Serviceman Honored a Armed Forces naval Lieut Kenneth Tilbury, who saved a young boy choking on a chess 'pewnAwat honored at the Ot tewa - St. John Ambulance Brigade's annual InspectioiN MWHH a . Lieut. Tilbury received the "certificate of merit for forcing the boy to cough up the pawn and giving him artificial respira- uo wnicn restored his breatir- It was presented to Lieut Tilbury, 48, of 40 Roundha? Drive, by provincial commis- "Tad 300 members of the brigade at me coliseum. Last year St lance instructors trained 1,500 persons in artificial respiration id y v John Ambu and hop to reach another 3.- 000 when, their next course be gins .May 13.. Other presentations included: president's pin toMrs. Gertrude Hodgins. Ottawa Central Nursing DivistonJ'service medal (12 years efficient service) to Mrs. Germaine Cousineau and Mrs. Anna Lemieux, Lady Laurier Nursing . Division; .and cadet special service shieldto Jeanne Chenier Ottawa ffentraV Cadet Nursing Division. . THIEVES BUSY theft of 10,000 cars in 1967 one but of 20 on Israeli roads. They said 9.S70 were recovered, most after they had run out of gaso line and been abandoned.