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THE GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1969 39 SERVICES To Place Your Ad Call 866-4771 Contractor Carpenter t ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS CONSTRUCTION Playroom, kitchen etc. 691-2237 CONTRACTOR, Owner, special price Alcan siding, windows, sliding doors, wnings; more information call: 5-9504. ? Suspect in stabbing surrenders to police I OBITUARIES If KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, TUBS AND VANITY TABLES. "FRENCH INFORMATION," 845-38)3. 0 DRESSMAKERS A SPECIALIZING, HAUTE COUTURE, FITTING, ALTERATIONS ALL KINDS, FAST SERVICE. 469- 2554. BIKINI, bathinq suits made to order. Mrs. Linder, 5905 Cote des Nelges Road, 733-1309. DRESSMAKER. EXPERIENCED, ALTERATIONS. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PLEASE CALL MORNINGS. 288-9436. DRESSMAKER, WINTER COAIS, SUITS, DRESSES, WEDDING, EVENING GOWNS, ALTERATIONS. HAND-FINISHED. 277-2831. "DRESSMAKER, designer, patternmaker, all types of ladies wear, haute-couture. suits, bridal-wear. Snowdon. 733-8448. ELECTRICAL AND TV AAI REPAIRS, TELEVISIONS, RADIOS. WORK GUARANTEED. VISIT $2.50. CALL 739-5936. LICENCED MASTER ELECTRICIAN. EXPERT WORKMANSHIP. VERY REASONABLE. 681-1269. LICENSED electrical contracts for II kinds work, reasonable, free estimate. 681-6677.- REPAIRS ot all electrical appliances, washer, iron, lawn mover, chain saw, etc. Reasonable. 667-8763. TV AND RADIO" REPAIR, ETC FAST SERVICE, 488-9078 OR 274-1504, TV', Radjos, Hi-Fis, Tape-Recorder repairs, 1st class work, guaranteed. 844-6813, 676-5146. FLOORING, ROOFING AAB FLOORING. SPECIALTY PLASTIC, VARATHANE, 16 CENTS SQUARE FOOT. GUARANTEED, 523-7983, ANYTIME. AT LOW PRICES. SANDING, PLASTIC FINISH, WITHOUT WAXING. MODERN MACHINE. 521-4585. DONAT NADON, Established 1921. Floor sanding, specially plastic finish. Work guaranteed. 277-8020. FLOOR SANDING, VERATHANE AND PLASTIC FINISH, QUICK SERVICE, DAYS, LVNINGS, 526-745J. FLOOR sanding, tiling new and old, verathone, work guaranteed. 625-3941. IOW COST. FLOOR SANDING, PLASTIC FINISH. GUARANTEED WORK. 324-8696. LOW price fioors. sanded wi.lout dust. Like new. Plastic finish w. 'flout wax. 522-5823. ROOFING REPAIRS, GRAVEL, ASPHALT SHINGLES. FREE ESTIMATE. 521-1052. SANDING, FINISHING FLOORS. VARATHANE, PLAST'C OR SEALER ONLY. 727-9813. SANDING and finishing floors, guaranteed work. Mr. Cloutier, 722-1455. Tl'-E installation of any kind, ceramic, vinyl, repair and new jobs. 322-6453. FUEL, COAL, OIL, WOOD HARDWOOD, KINDLING WOOD 11 .BAGS, $5; 23, $10. G. DUPONT, 729-6197. GENERAL REPAIRS- KEN'S FIX-IT SHOP Household appliances, T.V., antique picture frames, statues etc. "If It's broken we can fix it." Call Ken, 321-0823, 9 to 9. "B.K. Home Improvement." inierior-exterior, painting, carpentry, piaster, stucco, brick, stone, pointing, ce-ment, roofing, electrical. 691-2005. CUPBOARDS, BASEMENTS FINISHED, GENERAL REPAIRS, HOURLY, CONTRACTS. 677-0682, 523-6326. CERAMIC TILE, MAPBLE, TER-RAZO, BATHROOM RENOVATIONS, AND REPAIRS. L. BELLEMO. 274-0774. EXPERT plasterer, painting, tile, cement, maintenance. Reasonable. Evenings, 738-3730. Ad Answer 866- 2412. FURNITURE French poliser, cigarette burns, scratches, completely refinlshed. Fridge, stove, new paint W5. 324-2290. JAMES DOOR AND EQUIPMENT, GARAGE DOOR REPAIRS SERVICE 747-6075, RESIDENCE 684-3876. "OLYMPIA P-LASTEKING REG'D.'' General repairs, specializing plaster. Ing, cement, tile, carpentry. Call after 7 p.m., 323-5055. PAINTING plastering and general -repairs guaranteed quality workmanship. Free estimate. Mr. T. Forsythe, 200 Gordon ave., 766-2561. MECHANICAL INSTALLATION BERRY GARAGE, DOORS AND AUTOMATIC OPERATORS. SALES. SERVICE, INSTALLATION, DOOR FIT REG'D. 669-3322. 0 PAINTERS, DECORATORS A-I PAINTING, Interior, nean work) guaranteed; all wnrk by father, son. Free estimates. 66-96.56. ALL EXTERIOR, INTERIOR PAINT ING, GUARANTEED WORK. REFERENCES AVAILABLE. 331-1459. CLEANING WALLS - INTERIOR. EXTERIOR PAINTING, GENERAL REPAIRS, REASONABLE PRICE. DANNIS 522-2277. DUTCH painter, interior, paper-hanging, 747-7679. exterior, INTERIOR PAINTING REASONABLE PRICE. FREE ESTIMATES. 489-3016. PAINTER WANTS WORK, HOUSEHOLD PAINTING. DAILY OR NIGHTLY. CALL PAUL, 523-7157 PAINTER & DECORATOR, 17 YEARS EXPERIENCE, REASONABLE PRICE. 844-7791. PAINTING, interior, extorior, room $15. Ceiling $4,00. Repair piaster. Clean work. Guaranteed. 669-6259. PAINTING. Pi ALTERING. DECORATING, PAPERHANGING, INTERIOR, EXTERIOR, RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, Ei-TIMATE 7.13-7001 . PAINTING, clean, readable. Wirv ter price, paper-hanging, plaster rep airs. Reference-. Guaranteed work. Free estimates, 323-3047. PAINT now pay later-Takup to 12 months to pay at bank Interest Guaranteed first quality material and workmatship. p0r free estl. mates call Central Building Suu-pile Co. 273-3349. " A man wanted for questioning by Lachine police and the QPP in connection with Tuesday's fatal stabbing of a wealthy Lachine woman walked into the downtown No. 10 police station yesterday morning. "He told me he had some trouble and he wanted to find out his position," said Det.-Lt. Guy Lamanaue. "He seemed pretty upset, so I let him talk. It didn't take long before I realized what he was talking about." Lt. Lamanque called Lachine police and detectives rushed to the downtown Montreal police station, questioned the suspect and took custody of him. The body of Mrs. Katherine Woodward, 63, of 3430 St. Joseph St., Lachine, was found by her husband late Wednesday morning. Her body was lying at the foot of the basement stairs of the large home. Police said she had been stabbed several times about the neck. She had been dead Einco Tuesday. The man who walked into the Montreal police station was described as a 43-year-old Montrealer who had been employed by the Woodward family for nine years as a butler. The coroner's inquest is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. Harbor to hire 18 constables The National Harbours Board has authorized (he hiring of 18 new constables in the latest step to upgrade the pet police. Martanopolis plans to offer CEGEP course next year Marianopolis College announced yesterday that it will offer a CEGEP course similar to the new Dewson College program. Students entering Marianopolis in September 1969 will be accepted for the first year of a new two-year program leading to university equivalent courses. Graduates from the CEGEP-styled program will enter first year of a three-year Bacca. laureate degree program. The two-year program will be equivalent to the academic pre-university program offered by Dawson College. Tuition fees will be announced at a later date. DR. THOMAS SPEAKMAN Funeral services were hpld in Edmonton recently for Dr. Thomas Speakman, a former resident of Montreal who, died of a coronary attack. He was 45, Dr. Speakman was one of Canada's leading neurosurgeons and a former Fellow of t h e Montreal Neurological Institute. He was born in Grand Forks, B.C., in 1923 and received his early education at Vancouver College. He later obtained a Master of Science degree from McGill University. . Later he studied under Dr. Wilder Penfield at the Montreal Neurological Institute. Dr. Speakman went to Edmonton in 1951 and joined the staff of the University' of Alberta hospital. He is survived by his wife, Patricia, and their children, Joan, Kathleen, Tony, John, Rosemary and Mark, all at home, h.s father Joseph, and a brother George, both of Vancouver. REV. DOMINIQUE PIRE LOUVAIN, Belgium - (AP) . Rev. Dominique Pire, 1958 Nobel Peace Prize winner, died in hospital yesterday following surgery. He was 59. He was reported to have suffered a brain clot. Father Pire received the peace prize for his work among war refugees. "5 i Question period disrupted: Rabbi calls lynchings shan r i A surprise question from the floor of a jammed YMHA auditorium last night disrupted a question and answer period which followed a firebrand address by Rabbi Abraham Feinberg of Toronto's Holy Blossom Temple. The unidentified Israeli who posed the question charged Rabbi Feinberg with inciting an all-out nuclear war in the Middle East. Cries of "traitor" and "you come from Moscow" greeted the Israeli's ears as he tried to ask the question. The auditorium was the scene of confusion for a few minutes as several people refused to allow the Israeli to speak. During his hour-long address to more than 500 persons, Rabbi Feinberg urged "the Christian world to rise up against the shameful lynching of people in Baghdad with the same fury it directed Firemen battle stubborn blaze Montreal firemen fought a three-alarm blaze which broke out in a two-storey building at 3701 de Bullion St. late last night. Some 70 firefighters battling the fire concentrated their efforts on preventing the flames from spreading to an adjacent three-storey apartment block. against the retributive bombing of machines in Beirut." Rabbi Feinberg challenged the church to "demand redress for human lives as for commercial property. Let clergymen insist that the flouting of elementary respect for human dignity denies peace," he said. He urged the major world powers not to mistake the Middle East crisis as an "internal domestic crisis," "Hitler hid behind that technicality," t h e Rabbi stated. "The Jews of today will not march quietly to their doom f ' 4 W . r J MISSING GIRL: Verdun police have requested public assistance in the locating of Debbie Abbott, 15, missing from her home in Verdun since Jan. 20. She is described as being 5'3" tall, weighing 130 pounds; with blue eyes and light brown hair. When Inst seen, she was wearing a beige overcoat, a black fur hal and black leather knee hoots. Any information concerning her whereabouts should contact the Verdun police at 768-4728. SERVICES To Plact Your Ad Call 886 4771 PLUMBING, HEATING ATTINTION home owners, do not crap your old water circulation pump, have It repaired at low tint, keep It i ni. Mrtu t, a, i Kuril Fvenln-jt' 7?s M.M JN. PLUMBING i HFATIN. WE MAINTAIN Mill DIN(,. RFsTAU-RANTS, PIUMBINO HFATINC. Rfi. FRIG-RATION BEST PRICtS 719 WIS UPHOLSTER HEAVY e'M'lc covert, l ihmiim of etmler'mirl and rpif ot kitchen Chain, 7219093. Laporte forecasts June vote Torn by internal strife which has condemned it to perpetual inactivity, the National Union will be forced to call a leadership convention in April to be followed by a June general election, Liberal house leader Pierre Laporte predicted yesterday. Meantime, Quebec has for long months been without any real government and is slipping steadily backward in-lo deeper economic and pol itical stagnation, the former Lesage cabinet minister told a Reform Club luncheon. "Ministers and members, left lo their own resources, flirt alternatively with fed-era 1 1 s m and separatism, blackmail the premier and make an open show of their contradictions and squabbles," said Mr. Laporte. In a hard-hitting attack, the 48-ycar-old MPQ for the South Shore riding of Chambly took the government to task over the Quebec delegation's recent visit to France. "I ask the National Union is Paris going to choose its next leader? And 1 ask the people of Quebec if Paris is going to decide who will be the next premier?" Mr. Laporte said the Liberals wkh to publicly denounce the whole P.-ri.s visit, with all ils fanfare, as nothing more than a manoeuvre designed lo glamorize a dying government through empty publicity. "Even Mr. Duplcssis was content to go to Boston and walch baseball. It was less expensive and just about as effective . . ." Mr. Laporte recalled that the Liberals had made clear lo the French Government thai Quebec wishes to work out ils own futuic within the framework of Canada and lh.il France must lake this Inlo account In ils altitudes and Mittnuenls, Relations with Kninte, he mi ws l eel, tend lo bo a "oneway street" with great emphasis on culture and very liltlc hard cash for Investment In reonnmlc development, as did the Jews during Nazi Germany. Uncle Tom had died not only for the Negro but for the Jews as well," Rabbi Feinberg said. In the domain of public relations, Israel's "misdemeanor" was winning the 1967 June war and a further lease on life, the Rabbi pointed out. Olympics not dead M&HW may be down but Montreal hasn't yet counted the 1976 Olympics out. Executive committee chairman Lucien Saulnier said yesterday that "it is far too early to tell" if Montreal will give up bid for the Summer Games." "We are going to examine the books very closely before making any decision on whether to cancel our bid: . '. . we still have a genuine interest in having the games here in 1976," he said, adding that Montreal's poor financial position "would certainly improve vey much within the next few years." He stressed that outside support, both from the two higher governments as well as private enterprise would be given to Montreal if the International Olympic Committee awards the games to the city. "As it is we will certainly not. make any decision on the Olympic bid before 1970." MRS. FABIOLA LAPAN Funeral services will be held tomorrow at Mary Queen of the World Church for Mrs. Fabiola Lapan who died Wednesday following a long illness. She was 73. Mrs. Lapan was born in St. Maurice de Champlain, Que. in 1895. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Marguerite Demers. Mrs. Jeanette Lyon-nais, Mrs. Isabelle Prieur, Mrs. Henriette Rickner, and two sons, Murray and Robert. The body is resting at the Alfred Dallaire funeral home at 5825 Boileau St. JACKMHORN Jack Horn, pioneer Montreal restaurant and nightclub owner, died yesterday at his home at the age of 82 after a long illness. At his death he was the owner of the Continental Grill on St. Catherine St., opposite Place des Arts, where he presented some of the top names in show business in the 1950's. Born in Poland, Mr. Horn came to the United States in 1906 and to Montreal in 1913. He started in the restaurant business and in 1916 opened the Cosmopolitan Political Club in St. Louis ward. As a result he was the longest holder of a liquor licence in Montreal. Operation of : this club led him into politics and for years Mr. Horn was the organizer for Peter Bercovitch, Liberal MLA at Quebec whose riding included St. Louis ward. He was also a personal friend of the late Premier Maurice Du-plessis. In the early 1930's, Mr. Horn operated the Stanley Grill on Stanley St. He owned Horn's Restaurant on St. Lawrence Boulevard and expanded to the central part of the city when he . took over Bowen's Restaurants on Peel Street and ,on St. Catherine St. at the corner -of Drum-mond. Later he ran the Clover Cafe on St. Catherine St. near the Forum. In recent years, he sold his many restaurant and nightclub interests, only retaining the Continental Grill. Mr. Horn originally purchased the building near the corner of St. Catherine and St. Urbain Sts., in the 1920's because he was given to understand the subway would be situated near there. Years later his business judgment was vindicated when the Metro was built only a few blocks away. He is survived by two brothers, Harry of Montreal and Joseph of Tuscon, Arizona, and a sister Rose (Mrs. L. Kellner) of New York. The funeral will be held today at 2 p.m. at. Paperman 'and Sons Cote des Neiges Chapel with interment in the. Temple Emmanu-El section of Mount Royal Cemetery. Ex-CIA chief Dulles dies at age of 75 -' . . v . ..'.ft.yswwA . : Lj ALLEN DULLES WASHINGTON - (UPI) -Allen W. Dulles, who once planted a spy in Adolf Hitler's foreign ministry and directed the Central Intelligence Agency throughout the-iEiscn- howcr era, died Wednesday night of complications arising from the flu and pneumonia. He was 75. A member of a family which produced three secretaries of state for Preoi-' dents Benjamin Harrison. Wondrow Wilson and Dw'ght 1), Eisenhower he was s tweedy, pipesmoking, scholarly practitioner of "the craft of intelligence" since the start of the Second World War. Dulles, ailing for several years, suffered a mild stroke a little more than a year ago and had been hospitalized with the flu since Christmas Eve. The CIA announced his death, which occurred in Georgetown University Hospital. Dulles continued to serve the government even after his retirement in November, 1961, less than a year after the disaster of the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba by a band of Cuban guerrillas trained in part by the CIA. He served on the Warren"7! Commission and firmly subscribed to its belief that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin of President John F. Kennedy. Criticism was levelled at him for permitting Francis Gary Powers' U2 flight over Russia to occur on the eve of a summit meeting between Eisenhower and then Soviet Premier Nikita S. KJirushchev in Paris in I960. Born in 1893 the son of a Presbyterian clergyman in Watertown, N.Y., he grew up in parsonages in New York State, fo 1 1 o w f d his older brother to Princeton University and, out of a desire to see the world, taught English in Allahabad, India, after graduation. He married Clover Todd in 1920. ; a iciii'5S X KlillUF MUCH i mm, cmku miuhm A Kiiini vista BIRTHS & DEATHS Tc-Place These NOTICES of V'tal Statistics; Please Call 866-4771 HOURS " s r ti at AM ta U PMn SUNDAY " i(lv' ,"lm 1 ' M I to 4.30 P.M. (Birth andl Oeith Notices onlj) ' RATES 1.1 I.I .liMll0IU I u 1 ma cms tf TiiKK 7t Of wonf fl minimum eharg BIRTHS BRISSON. Henry and Vargaret fnee Arise. i) are very proud to an nounce thf arival of their third child, a girl, 9 lbs, on January W., 1969. at the Catherine Booth Hospital. Sister ,o Carrie and Ciaire. DEATHS BERNFELD, (Fitch) Laah. On Inurs day. January 3otn, w, wife of the lata Cnarles Bernfeld, dearly beloveo mother of Mrs Harold AAorris (Es telle). Mrs. Ben Grill (Ruth). Max Bernfeld, O C, Mrs. Dora Schecter, the late William and the late Dr. Ben-jamin and the late Fanny Leventhal, also survived by grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral service from paperman & Son Cote des Neiges Chapel, 5605 Cote des Neio.es Road, on DRYDEN. To Mr. and Mrs. Don-lSunday, February 2nd at 10 a.m., to aid Dryden (nee hoers) a daugnterjBeth Ora Congregation Kenal Israel Deoorah Ann at Lachine General Hos-i Cemetery, Dollard des Ormeaux. Shiva pita;. January 29th, 1969. Sister toiat 2115 Vincent St., St. Laurent, In lieu Brian. jof gifts, contributions may be made to Memorial Fund, c o Beth Ora Ccngre- HOWARD. To Mr. and Mrs. nation. ' Thomas P. (nee Sandra Struthers) a, - - son on January 28t-t, 1969, at the i Reddy Memorial Hospital. DAVIGNON. Dennis and Kay proudly announce the birth of a girl,; v ids., vi ozs. on January jam, w. at Hotel Dieu Hospital, Sorel. DEATHS JONES, Robert Bolton. At Ste. Anne't Military Hospital, on January 27th, 1969. in his 84th year, Robert Bolton Jones, beloved husband of Evelyn Kearns and dear father of Grace (Mrs. Alexander Gray Hyde). A private funeral was held at the Chapel of Teei & Co., on January 29th. KATHAN. Ch.rles. Suddenly, at nil home, R.R. 3, Cowansville, Que., on Wednesday, January 29th, 1969, son of the late Charles Kathan and Susan Lang. Resting at J. W. Draper Funeral Chapel, Cowansville, where service will be held Saturday, February 1st at 1:30 p.m. Interment Sweetsburg, Que. LUSSIER, Blanche. At Sorel, on January 29th, 1969, Blanche Lacnapelle-Lussier, President of Dolard Lussier BLAISE, Margaret Isabella. At Mont-Ltee., well known Insurance Brokerage real, on January 28th. 1969. Maronret firm In Eastern Canada, beloved wife KACZUR. To Gerald and Lorraine Isabella Allen, in her 94th year, be-jof the late Dolard Lussier, dear mother !(nee Kirk) daughter, 7 lbs., J"? ozs , loved wife of the late James Henry of Bernard, Mariette, Amable, Roger, ,on January 28th. 1969. at the Reddy Blaise, mother of Joyce, Allen, Doris Jean Monique, Odette and Rodriqua, Memorial Hospital. Both well. ;and Lyle. Funeral from D. A. Collins mother-in-law of Isabelle Lemoureux, iChapel, 5610 Sherbrooke St. West, on'J. Armand Valois, John MacKenzie, PARSONS To David and Rose- Friday, at 1 p.m. Interment Cassburn,!Solange Bibeau, Madeleine Simard, Dr. imary (nee Law) a daughter on Janu- Ont. Gilles Paul-Hus, Jan Guertin and ary 29th, 1969. at the Jewish General! Liliane Paul-Hus. She also leaves two Hospital, 7 ibs. 9 ozs. Sister to Pame.a! sisters, Miss .Marie-Anne Lachapelle land Patricia. Bolh we;i. , CRONE, Kenneth Cameron. On Mon- and Mrs. Herve Rajotte (Emma1 and day, January 27th, 1969, at the Sewick :her only brother Lucien Lachapellf of . SEGAL. Hi! My name Is Mitchel ley Valley Hospital, husband of Mary Sorel. Resting at the Mandeville & :AI,en. I was born on Jan 28'h, 1969. A. Gray, of 641 Clearview Drive, Mineau Funeral Home. 80 Char.otte 'My Daddy's nan-e Is David, my Bethel Park, Pittsburgh, Pa. Brother St., Sorel, Que. Funeral at 11 a.m., iMommy s nan-e is Sharon and we of Lome M., of Toronto, and Alan C, Saturday, February 1st, at St. Pierre art ail feeiing fine. of Ottawa, Mrs. Lionel R. Baridon, . Perish, Sorel, Que., thence to Cemt- and Miss Edna Crone, both of Ste. itery des Sts. Anqes, Sorel. Please omit I SHEE. To Drrel and Barbara Anne de Bellevue. and Mrs. William flowers, donations to the Canadian i(nee F'eming) a daughter at CMherineiF- Millington, of Beaconsfield. Funeral jCfncef Society will be gratefully i Booth Hospital on January 28th, 1969. 'services at the Harold E. Connell Fu- i neral Home, 5120 West Library Ave., smith To Leo and Marie (nee oernei r-arn, rmsDurgn, pa., on Thurs- fioudreau) a daughter on January 29th, '969. at Humbcr Memorial Hospital, Toronto. Sister for Russell and Gregory. DEATHS BENOIT, Pierre Gerard. At Mont day, January 30th, at 1.30 p.m. CROSS, Arthur. At the Montreal acknowledged. McVEY, James Ewart. Suddenly, on Wednesday, January 29th, 1969, in hit 55th year, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. William McVey of LaSalle, and brother of Jessie, Edith (Mrs. J. W. McElli- General Hospital on January 28th, 'gott), John, Gordon and Milne. Resting 1969, Arthur Cross beloved husband ot at Leather's Funeral Home Reg'd., the late Lilian Enderby Jackling and: 1718 St. Joseph Blvd., Lachine. Funeral romar ur jacn, ueorge ana winitrea, service in the Chanel on SatnrHsv reei, on January 28th, 1969, aged 77i(Mrs. J. C. Ogle). Funeral from the February 1st at 10-30 a m Thence to' years, Pierre Gerard Benoit, beloved 1 Chapel of Jos. C. Wray & Bra., 1234 Rideau Memorial Garden husband of Antonia Belanger of 10,917!Mountain St., 2 p.m. Friday to Mount! St. Denis, dear father of Mrs. Robert! Royal Cemetery. In lieu of flowers PARSON, Fanny. At the Royal Vic-: Robillard (Denise), Claudine, Mrs. I donations sent to the Shriners Hn-!toria Hospital on January 28th 1969 Afred Levkauf (Gisele), Wan, M.D,,!Pi,al 'or Crippled Children will be!in her 91st year, dearly beloved wife and Michel, M.D., Claude, (lawyer), ! gratefully acknowledged. jof the late John Parson and dear Robert (lawyer). Funeral Saturday,! mother of Ruth (Mrs. K. B. Mathew-- iFeoruary 1st from Uroel Bouraie Fu- Unni nt itiHi..thir ni :,,, in,. neral Home, 400 Henri Bourassa East, I CUNNINGHAM, William M. Formerw. R. S. Eakin) and Roderick Funeral for service in St. Nicholas Church at employee of The Imperial Tobaccoifrom Rosedale Chapel, 4911 Cote des 9 a m., thence East End Cemetery. Company. At the Lakeshore General j Neiges Road at 2 p.m. Fridav. Inter ment Mount Royal Cemetery. No flowers by request. Donation maybe sent to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. STODDARD, Harry Vincent. At Queen Elizabeth Hospital, on January 30th, 1969, beloved husband of Margaret Mitchell, dear father of Mable (Mrs. J. E. Hamilton) of Toronto, Grace (Mrs. J. R. Johnson), Margery (Mrs. Hospital on January 29th. 1969. in hi BERLIND, Fanny. On Wednesday,! 81st year, beloved husband of Alice January 29th, 1969, wife ot the late Deal, dear father cf Grace (Mrs. R. Henry Beriind, beloved mother of Fr"ch of Burlington, Ont.; also sur-Satruel J. Moses, Ethel, Mrs M.jvived by three grandchildren. Funeral Carin (Polly), Mrs. M. Klar (Bertha), i'rom D. A. Collins Memorial Chapel, Mrs. S. Miller (Rachel), Mrs. A. HJ222 Metropolitan Blvd., Pointe Claire, Lewis (Miriam). Also survived by ten!0" Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Lake-grandchildren and thre great-grand-j view Cemetery, children. Funeral service from Paper-man 1 Sons. Cote des Neiqes Chaoel, 56U5 LGte .des Neiaes Road, nn Fn-i uunn, Irene. At the Grace Dart i Muirt iean rMre c i AA.,n., day. January 31st at 12 noon to Shaar Hospital, on January 29th, 1969, after land Glenn. Funeral from D. A. Collins Hashomayim Conoregation Cemetery a lengthly illness, daughter of the latelChapel, 5610 Sherbrooke St. West, on Shiva ? so, sHSisfit Ave. Westmount. ;AAr and Mrs. Andrew Dunn, sister of Saturday at 11 a.m., to Mount Royal I Diana Allan. Resting at D. A. Collins 'Cemetery. .Funeral Home. 5610 Snerbronke St i West. Funeral notice later. WHITTET, Fred Ballantyne. At Raw- don, Que., January 30th, 1969, aged 85 , . , 'years, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. ENGEL, Vickie. Suddenly at her late William Whittet. Funeral from D. A. residence January 29th, 1969, Vickie! Collins Chapel, 5610 Sherbrooke St. Lerkin dearly beloved wife of BarryWest, on Saturday at 10 a.m., to Mount Enqel, daughter of Mrs. C. Larkin and; Royal Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, sister of Irene, Frank and Ernest. Idonations to Montreal Children's Hos-Restmg at Rosedalt Chapel, 4911 Cote pital would be gratefully acknowledged. uc i,ciycs iuau. runerai rrom jr. OBITUARIES FRED B. WHITTET Well-known for his interest in youth work,t Fred Ballantyne Whittet died yesterday at Rawdon, Que., at the age of 85. A former president of the Shawbridge Boys' Farm and Griffintown Boys' Club, Mr. Whittet was also interested in the Boy Scout movement. For years he operated Camp Laclouwhi, a boys' camp on Lake Cloutier, 20 miles north of Joliette. He sold it in 1952 to the Boy Scouts Association who now operate it as Camp Ja Dod During the 1940s, Mr. Whittet was secretary-treasurer of the Westmount Protestant School Board. Born in Montreal in 1883, he was educated at Royal Arthur School and the High School of Montreal. On graduation he entered the paper business and from 1920 to 1928 was the secretary-treasurer of the Riordon Paper Company. Mr. Whittet was a victim of the 1929 stock market crash but rebuilt his career after paying off all of his considerable obligations. He was a motoring enthusiast and was one of the first persons to own a Dusenberg in Montreal. He was a life member of the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association. A bachelor, Mr. Whittet was known for his anonymous charities particularly among children in Montreal, Italy and Florida. The funeral will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the D. A. Collins Chapel, 5610 Sherbrooke St. West. Kevin's Church on Saturday morning WINDSOR, Harvey Ross. At his rest-at 9 o'clock. Interment Cote des Neiges dence, He Perrot, on January 29th, Cemetery. FLANAGAN, Mary Jane. On January 30th, 1969, at St. Mary's Hospital, Mary Jane O'Brien, widow of James Flanagan, dear mother of Sister Mary Marguerite, brother Aiden, Francis and Mrs. W. Stewart (Ann). Resting at the Clarke Funeral Home, 5580 Sherbrooke St. West, for Requiem Mass In St. Monica's Church, on Saturday at 9 a.m. Interment Cote des Neiges Cemetery. 1969, beloved husband of Lillian May i-taraing, tarner ot Audrey (Mrs. John Burke), Harvey Ross, Colin Peter, Pauline (Mrs. W. Homerston), Margaret (Mrs. P. Urbain), Carol (Mrs. S. Lemanski). Funeral private from D. A. Collins Chapel, 5610 Sherbrooke St. West, on Friday, to Mount Royal Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. WOODWARD, Kathleen Lee. Suddenly, at her late residence, on Tuesday, , . .... uciiuo, , ioiu, 170T, ueiuveu wire or -""""' m residence on; Richard E. Woodward and sister of 1 J.lr J"1lry "h '" hiCAnnabel (Mrs. C. W. Scribner) of Los V,",i br?,he,r ? Hayy: Ml"s- L-i Angeles, Cal., Constance (Mrs. D. L. Keener (Rose) of New York. Jnsenh i ,t,,hi , ,.. ,,,.. n , n i of Tuscon, Arizona and the late Abra-'service from Raoul Bourqie' Funeral ...... num. punera rom paperman VHome Inc., 1345 Notre Dame St., La-, Sons. Cote des Netcts Chaoel, sAOSirhin. ch. Cote des Neiges Road on Friday January 31st, at 2 p.m. to Temple Emanu-El Section Mount Royal Ceme tery. Shiva private. IALENTI, Nicola. At Montreal, on January 28th, 1969, aged 78 . yeirs, Nicola lalentl, beloved husband of the late Maria Antonia Dlnardo, of 5844 Laurendeau, dear father of Anna (Mrs. Vincen,'o Del Fortg), Maria (Mrs. Charles Campo), Susan (Mrs. A. Cos-tantini), Ida (Mrs. Alperto De Nardis), and many grandchildren. Funeral Saturday, February 1st, from Urgel Bour-gie Funeral Home, 6259 Monk Blvd., for service In St. John Bosco Church, at 11 a.m. Thence Cote des Neiges Cemetery. JODOIN, Dufresn (Tiny). On January 30th, 1969, at his residence Dufresne (Tiny) Jodoln, beloved husband of Kathleen Duooan and dear father of. Mrs. Yves Charesf (Audrey), Pierre, and Mrs. Pierre Desiardins iraincia;. xestinq at the Clarke Funeral Home, 5580 Sherbrooke St., West. Requiem high mass In St. Antonln Church on Saturday at 10 a.m. In ferment Longueull Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to Canadian Red cross win be greatly appreciated. a.m. Interment Lakeview Cemetery. In neu ot tiowers, donations mav be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. LODGE NOTICE The Royal Albert Lodge, No. 25 A.F. & A.M., G.R.Q.. Brethren of Royal Albert LnHae are requested to attend the funeral of our late Most Wor. Bro. Arthur Cross at 2 p.m., Friday, January 31st, from the Chapel of Jos. C. Wray & Bro., 1234 Mountain St. 0. FOSTER CARTER Secretary No Regalia. mm wim.iwijj.inii,ti,,jiy ,n.iii.n,iuiii,i.ti r fui.tt.fAW.?1 E . . i.V TEES & CO. INC. IN SECOND CENTURY Or SERVICE TO MONTREAL R. TEES JAMES, Pr.iident COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED PARKING AREA ON PREMISES De Maisonneuve Blvd. Vv. and Towers Street 937-9278 uneraLJtomes 3nc. Immediate Help j At Any Hour j Bereavement can occur at any hour . . j and whenever it does, even if it should be! in the middle of the night, we're prepared; to begin helping at once. MEMBER, THE ORDER OF THE COIDEN RULE 1 (tk& T I IIIiImiIII llill IWiii ... " . . . V N r A Vr lJiy:1 ILL'5 222 M ETROPCUITAN BLVD . IDTPiODi 56,0 SST0KE stre:et Phone 484-1149 wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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