The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on June 29, 1944 · Page 17
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Dr. L. 5. Hughson United Church Minister Dies at 80 Rev. Dr. Lyman Stanley ;Hugh-on,' the first . United Church minister to be inducted in the Ottawa" Presbytery alter church txnion, died yesterday at the residence -of his daughter, Mrs. Ivan "Hawkshaw, 27 Gwynne avenue, In his 80th year. Well known and liked throughout the Ottawa . district, Dr. Hughson had continued his long and active preaching career right up to the time of his illness five months ago. when he was serv ing as minister at the United Church in Maniwaki. Que. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Hughson, he was born in Scoharie County, New York State, on March 20, 1865, and came to Canada with his parents 70 years ago. He was educated at Woodstock College "and Toronto and McMaster Universities; graduating with his degree in 1890. Starting out in the min istry as a Baptist, Dr. Hughson 9 first preached in Coaticook, Que., and later served in Baptist cnurcnes in binosay, vy inusor ana Stratford. . - f 4 In 1920 he entered the ministry of the Presbyterian Church and held a post at Vernon, Ont., until church union, when he became a member of the . United Church. . ! " From Vernon he transferred to . Bell's Corners-United Church and i i i tri j j later moved to Maniwaki where Via BAritMl until flva mrkntVia o ttr While in Coaticook he married Bertha Wilson there in 18914 She predeceased him. by several daughters. Mrs. Ivan Hawkshaw, Ottawa; Mrs. Clarence Smith, Toronto; and Mrs. Duff Crerar, Ver-.non;'one son, William of Toronto, and six grandchildren. The body is resting at the par-lors'of A. E. Veitch and Son, Park-' dale avenue at Gladstone, where . the funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at' 2.30 o'clock;. . Interment I will-l take place in Journal want ads bring you the kind of replies you wanti Call 2-5321. . ;.-Ritchi A Company, . Yes, my work is J war production J ( And I'm oa the job 1 V V to stay, - j Epr my morning 'iiv l Nabob Coffee J-'r"? ; TStarts me off right, li I V , every day! HoroH F (mm m ceoj rri cm m cm m& Gentle All-Bran "You bet 1 think all-bran is helpful J - for constipation. It sure helped me. You see I'd been dosing myself for . yean with many kinds of purgatives vhich helped : only briefly. But eating. ALL. . bran keeps me - freetf that Now I'm regular as a dock and I htt ALL-BRAN a lot." " ' Hare's all you U 'J ' H h " REV. DR. LYMAN STANLEY HUGHSON, first United Church minister to be inducted in the Ottawa Presbytery after church union, who died yesterday at the residence of . his daughter, j Mrs. Ivan Hawkshaw,' 27 Gwynne avenue, Ottawa. ' .- Sale's to Consumers Not Black Market . r K. W. Taylor, foods co-ordina-tor for the Prices Board,said in a statement last night that .selling strawberries direct to retailers or consumers or selling them" to processors rather than to wholesalers cannot he called a "black market". . .. He was commenting upon a Toronto despatch saying that a recent board order which reduced the wholesale price ceiling for strawberries from 30 to 19 cents, with' no ceiling for canners and processors, was "claimed to have created a black market almost overnight - with - attendant serious retail shortages". Mr. Taylor emphasized that the board was not considering any change in the price schedules set' out in the strawberry order. E. J. Chambers, administrator of fresh fruits and vegetables for the Prices-Board, said of the reported shortage of strawberries In retail stores that up to the end of last week practically all On tario-grown strawberries had gone 1 X t 1 A. ' t io me xresn marxei. He expressed the opinion that the total amount of berries going f Diih - ibutors In Easttrn Canada keeps me regularw do, "if your constipation is ( due tp lack pf "bulk" in the diet. Simply eat KLLOCcs ALL-BRAN regularly, and drink plenty of water. -This wholesome cereal helps to produce smooth-working "bulk", andj prepare wastes for easy elimination. So, to stay regular, eat ALL-BRAN daily, as a cereal or in several all-bran muffins. Remember, all-bran is a cereal-r not a medicine. Get it at your grocer's. 2 handy sizes. Made by Kellogg't in London, Canada. Air Force The R.C-A..F. Wednesday issued its 921st casualty list of the war. containing 79 names including eignt men juuea onacyve service overseas, 55 men missing after flying operations overseas, 14 men previously missing now reported prisoners of war, one dangerously injured on active service' and one Canadian missing while serving with the RA.F. overseas. Confirmed as killed on active service is FO. Douglas R. Parker, son of J. S. Parker, 14 Renfrew avenue, Ottawa, and as missing. Fit Lt Edgar. William Beattie. son of W. H. Beattie.North Bay; Fit. Sgt James Raymond Henry Cochrane, son of T. W. Cochrane, Chapleau; FO. James Bowstead Dallyn, son of R. E. Dallyn, Brockville; PO. William Burton Ernst atep-son of Mrs. . W. G. Ernst 14 Broadway avenue, Ottawa; FO. Thomas Edward Frair, son of T.-A. R. I. Frair, North Bay; Fit Lt Thom Ross Mc-Dougall, D.F.C., son of Mrs. J. T. McDougall, North Bay; PO. Allan Charles Shierlaw, nephew of W. H. . Clarke, of Toronto, and a former employe of The' Journal, and FO. Robert L. Weatherall, D.F.M., whose wife lives at 33 Ann street Eastview. PO. Leslie Gordon Preece, son of George Preece, Hawkesbury, is now a prisoner of war. Following is the latest list with homes of next-of-kin: OVERSEAS. KILLED ON ACTIVE SERVICE. BUCHANAN, Georg . David Will. PO., Toronto. ' DAVIS, William Corley, Sgt., Toronto. .. HOUENCHUK, William. PO., Hamilton. PARKER, Donslas Rendal. PO 3. S. PARKER (father), 14 Renfrew avenue, Ottawa. PARKER. Robert Carlton. WO, Edmonton. , SOOTHERAN. Arthur George. WO., Niagara Palla. STEVENS James Joseph Urban. Sgt.. Quebec City. TAYLOR, Richard John. Sgt., Toronto. MISSING AFTER AIR OPERATIONS. BEATTIE, Edgar William. Fit. LU W. H. Beattie (father), 10J 4th avenue west,' North Bay. BURKE. Jamea Orr. WO.. Barrie. CHRISTIE, Robert Foster, Sgt, Toronto. COCHRANE, James Raymond Henry, Fit. Sgt, P. W. Cochrane (father), Chapleau. CUMMINS. Robert Paul. Sgt, Toronto. DALLYN, James Bowstead. FO, Mrs. ; J. B. Dallyn (wife), 23 Murray street, York, Yorkshire, England; R. E.Dallyn (father), 79 Park street. Brockville. DA VIES. Kenneth Harry. FO, Edmonton. ERNST, William Burton; PO., Mrs. W. G. Ernst (step-mother), 144 Broadway avenue, Ottawa. FLYNN, John Patrick. Pit. Lt, Vancouver. FERNANDEZ DE LEON. Mario Al fred, WO, Oakland, Calif, U.S-A. iRAiRi Tnomas cawara. fo, t. a. R, I. Frair (father), tS Fisher St, Monn Bay. FREEMAN. Harold. FO, Winnipeg. rULLUM, Walter Joseph, Fit. Sgt, Montreal.x . COW. George. Sgt, Winnipeg. GRAHAM, William Carnegie. FO, Toronto. . HAMILTON. John Henry, Fit. Sgt, PorV Arthur. X - HANSON. James Robert, D.F.C, Fit. to processors 'during the whole crop year will - be no greater a proportion of x the crop than in other years. In line with established practice, growers are committed to sell part of their ber ries to processing firms. "Indications are", said Mr. Chambers, "that the crop this year will be below what was at first anticipated. It is , important that Jam' manufacturers have about the same proportion of the crop as last season in order that reasonable supplies of Jam will be available for - consumers and priority needs." 1 WILLIAM JOHN LISK. The death of William John Lisk occurred . Wednesday morning at the Civic Hospital following . a short illness. He was 74 years of - age. . . Born at Eganviile, he lived most of his life at Golden Lake. His -wife; ;the former" Mary Schimmens, died 19 years ago. Before' retirement JO years ago he was ihrailroad construction work. , He had been spending his Winters with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Lora, 105 LeBreton street, Ottawa. He was a member of the Evangelical Church. He is survived by 'five daughters, Mrs: Alex Ponke, and Mrs. Clarence Hedges, both of Buffalo, N.Y.; Mrs.1 pelmar Poff, Timmins; Miss Grace Lisk, Kingston, and Mrs. Frank Lora; four sons, Harvey, Buffalo; Lloyd, Chicago; Arthur, in the American navy, and Harrison, -; of Hamilton; four brothers, Herman, Pembroke; Harry, Australia;- E. A. Lisk, of Eganviile, and James, Ottawa; four -sisters,. Mrs. J. M. Leonard, TSantiago, Calif.; Mrs. W. A. Smith, a; Mrs. D. Hawley, Ban'! croft Oct., and Miss Minnie Lisk, Detroit The body OvTesting at the funeral parlors ofnulse and Play-fair uptil Thursdayat 8 a.m!, when it will be sent toGolden Lake, for the funeral and inter- meri Si LUKYAN ELEW. A veteran of the First Great War, Lukyan ElewKof 129 Pa-milli street, died inaMontreal hospilal yesterday in his . 69tl? year following an illness of several months. Born in Russia,, he camel to Canada in 1912 and joined; the Canadian Forestry. Corps during the. First Great War, serving overseas for three-and-a-half years. The pnly survivor is his wife, living in Ottawa. The body is resting at the Whelan Funeral Home, 515 Cooper street, .where service will be-held on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will take place at Beech-wood cemetery. ; DROWNING VICTIM'S FUNERAL. The funeral of Frances Rosa-lita Glaister, 11-year-old daughter of Mrs. Florence Glaister, 167 Arlington avenue, was conducted Monday morning in the chapel of Hulse and Playfair, Ltdby Rev. F. S. Milliken, assisted by Rev. A. P. Menzies. -Interment was in Beechwood cemetery. The child, .'who was drowned Friday in Lake Deschenes, is survived by her mother and her grandmother, Mrs. D. J. Sykes, of Swift Current, , Sask. ; . .". -, ; Casualties f5Lt.. Clifton. Yorkshire, ng land; Wert- HOLLY. Ceri rge Eugene, ro, Lon don. England; Whitby. Ont. HUNT. Robert Bell. Fit. Lt, Coutts, Alta. JACOBS,; David Sinclair, DF.C, Wing Cmdf, Toronto. LABEL! JE.' Joseph Willi Conrad, Sgt, Montreal. . . . LAUDER, . Gordon Robert FO, Montreal. LAWRENCE, Marshall Vernon. PO, Drumheller, . Alta. leblanc, Josepn Tnomai xoya, Fit. Sgt, Toronto. LILLICO. William Davidson, Sjt, Lt, Sgt,' New York City LITTLE. Stuart Walker. Fit Agincourt, Ont. LEGELIN, John Michael. Calgary. MacFAYDEN, Robert Duncan, FO, Vancouver. MacGILLIVRAY. Arthur Clarence. Fit. Sgt, Warren, Man. MAD DOCK. Frederick Daniel, Sgt, Oshawa: McDOUGALL, Thom Ross, p.F.C, Fit. Lt, Mrs. J. T. McDougall (mother), 37S Klock Ave, North Bay. McKAY, Warren Grant. FO, Neelln. Man. M O R G A N. Lancelot Erie. FO, Adelaide, South Australia. MURPHY, Arthur John. WO, Montreal. O'HARA. .John . Bernard, FO, Ceylon. Sask. - PETERSON, Sidney Glen, FO Win nipeg. Sg. IERS, Roy Spencer, Sgt, Hampton, PI N.B ROBSON. Donald Mathew, WO, New Westminster. ROONEY, James Alexander, WO, Toronto. SABINE. Eugene Preston, Fit Sgt, Ethelton. Sask, SCOTT. George Edward. FO, Plumas, Man. SEELY. John Courtney, Sgt, Deer Lodge, Man. SENTON. Claude. . WO Sask. Simpson, SHEtLER. Lorn Naoanee. Ont. Melvln,' WO, SHIERLAW, Allan Charles, PO, W. H. CUrke (tincle)t 4 MyrUe Ave, Toronto. . SMITH; Philip Seagar. Flf Sgt, Vancouver. ' STEWART, William McGUl. Sgt, Vancouver. STROUD, ' Clair Douglas, Sgt, Boissevain. Man. : -i THURSTON. Edward Gray, Fit Lt, St. Thomas. TREMBLAY. Alfred Arthur Joseph. WO, Edmonton. v WEATHERALL, Robert Lome. D.F.M, FO, Mrs. R. L. Weatherall (wife). 31 Ann street, Eastview. WHARF, Norman George, Sgt, Victoria. - WIDDESS. Edward Henry. PO, Vancouver. ' WILSON. George Walker, Fit Sgt, LaFleche. Sask. YOUNG, Joseph' Philip, Fit Sgt, Regina. PREVIOCtTV MISSING. NOW PRISONERS OF WAR OF GERMANY. CONNELL. John Martin. Fit Lt, Waterloo. Ont. JOHNSTONE, Allan Ian. WO, Windsor. i McCARTNEY, Kenneth Lloyd. Sgt, Stayner, Ont. PREECE, Leslie Gordon, PO, George Preece (father), John street Hawkesbury. ! REY. Joseph John, FO, Duncan. Vancouver Island, B.C. RUDYK, Carl. FO, Edmonton. STOREN. Frank Robert FO, St Lambert. Que. DALSEG, Paul Ivar, Sgt, Morson, Ont. KENNEDY. John Charles, Fit. Lt, Merritton, Ont. LaPOINTE. Harold Donald. Sgt, Dresden, -Ont. " SANSOM, Donald Herbert, FO.. Saint John. N3. SIMPSON. Maurice Joseph, Sgt, Creiehton Mine. Ont. STACEY. Ronald Elwood. Fit Sgt, Hamiota. Man. WYNN. Charles Keith, Sgt, Brentwood, N.Si ! i DANGEROUSLY INJURED. CRAIG,, Neal Leonard. PO, Vlc- toria N CANADIAN TNvR.A.F. MISSING AFTER AIR OPERATIONS. GAUNT. D. B, FO, Pennant Sask. MAKES BIG GAINS. . VANCOUVER, June 28. Pat Conroy, of Ottawa, secretary-treasurer of the Canadian Congress" of ' Labor, told Vancouver Labor. 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