The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on July 17, 1958 · Page 15
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · Page 15

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Thursday, July 17, 1958
Page 15
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mm w r w 'www w www ww mm r . - v ' v .- THURSDAY, JULY 17,: 1938. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 15 'WWW Pfgrf ' Dr. Dawson ,,; Biographer iesat 63 HALIFAX. July 17. B Dr. Robert MacGregor Dawion died last night, a major project in his life' work uncompleted. j Oficial biographer of the lata Prime Minuter Mackenzie Xing, Or. Dawson died in hospital here at the age of 63 with only the first of a projected three-volume work on the former Liberal chieftain ready for publication. Funeral arrangements were not known immediately. ,: Writing Won Award. ,t Dr. Dawson was widely known as a Canadian historian and political scientist. His writings had won two Governor General's award,- , ' He was Vacationing at the family home in . his native Bridgewater, NS. when the fatal illness overtook him. He lived most of Die year in Ottawa, . but spent many Summers In Nova Scotia. I He had been tilths since last September, but had gone quietly on with his King biography. Associates said that at his death, he had completed the -first volume of WilliamJ-yon Mackenzie King ' and had begun- work on the second. The first is in process of being printed. . In Ottawa,- one of-the-four; King ' literary . executors who chose Or. Dawson for the bio- frai aphteai-task said 4he prof e-J Government I """N part of tjie - Canadian Govern ' me'nt Series" of publications, i collection of political, science writings that he edited, Held Many Chair..' .' Dr. Dawson'!-"-career had' taken him as lecturer or profes-j sor through stints, at Dalhou'i' Technology. Rutgers University, field. Que.;' collapsed and diediowing a "lengthy illness. She' Limi,ed died uddenly"tiere. m Gordon Mclinton . 'Mrs.AHred Dubreull labatt President Of Wakefield ;Dies at Age 92 ,W. H. R. Jarvis Dies it' r i I f ArtiiMi M r Ml' A f fir 1 4 'DuBreoiL-the' TORONTO,' July 17.- W riaS ldlCLr JClZUr 6 former. Ellen (Nellie) Geary. William Henry Reginald Jarvis. .. . 210 Hawthorne avenue, died a ,;j, . iu ' ,i,, Gordon IMcLinton. of Wake- uw.w .. k., v,. i 'ro Pnt John Latt Jt MacGREGOR DAWSON. sor had made outline hotel for all three volumes.-' "TSChoose Successor. irtv-A-McGrtgoLadded that a successor will be chosen and work on the volumes continued. Mr. McGregor said Dr. DaWr son proved himself to be an historian as well as a political scientist through his1, work on the biography. . ' ' Dr. Dawson, educated at Dalhousie University, Halifax, at Harvard and the University of London, England, was professor of political science at the University of Toronto from 1943 until his appointment as King biographer following the former Prime Minister's death in June 1951. the University of.Saskatchewansf , heart attack Wednesday! was 92 and finally to the University of, whIe-,scendjng stairs at thet Bom V ioronio-w ivoi, mniany Farm Point plant of the Alumi-associate political. Kience pro-Xnyn, Company of Canada. eHer'as married in iWaoTBj and educated at-Wake-Sarah" Ada Foster. One of their! ''.' be ,' ' '. two ' sons, Robert.' now is a lecturer at the University of Manitoba and the other, William, is .at Oxford University bat will become a lecturer at the University of Alberttrthii Fall. .- .-' - ' Dr. Dawson's writings .had twice, in 1947 and 1949. won him' the Governor General's award for academic non-fiction and from 1936 to 1945 he was ecitor of the Canadian Journal of Economics .and Political Science., Deaths TORONTO Dr. Anna Marion Milliard, 56, who .became Canada's best-known woman doctor with best-selling book on sex, of a lung disease be lieved to be cancer. Peter McLinTon and the late Sarah. Maxwell. Mr. McLintort was "an employe of .the Aluminum Company of -Canada since 1945. ' He is survived by -his wife, the former Kathleen M'cGarry whom he married in Wakefield in 1946. - : , He attended WakefUld'guerite I ' He was elected nresidon't nf) Rnm .nA A.,r.t tn r.. me- company in June, jjan; tawa.she was the daughter of 'reeding the late .Hugh F the late Michael Geary and the ba,t wnb dld March o( late Bridget Neville. . v . tha' 'tar- .' ' ' Shew., married in 'IttTf lo't 1 Alfred DuBreui, who SmS 'U ' .. ... lAla and Graham, and a daugh-Mrs DuBrtuil attended. St.fwr Kathcrine. . , ' Josephs Church and was ' Funeral services will be member ; of the Missionary As- held in Toronto Friday with ....nuu ui mary jmmdcuiaie. ,Dur,al in London Saturday. ne is survived1 ny two sons. Alfred J. of Detroit and.Friel; X of Ottawa; a daughter. Mar-- United Church. . Mr. MeLinton was a member of Eddy Chapter 41, Masonic Order LOL 14,, OVB 99, and the Wakefield Community Club. Surviving besides his' wife are seven sisters, Mrs. Archie Brown (AddieX - Mrs, . Hubert Brown (Bessie), and Mrs. Howard McGarry (Dorothy), all of Wakefield, Mrs. Samuel Anderson (Maud) and Mrs. Edgar Adams (Madeiene), both of Ottawa, Mrs Clifford Mur- Tn r HTn A . dock (Carrie), of Red Rock, JS? Cash Tegistir Com- Ont, and Mrs. RilpK. Brown $uiZ of Canada" ?m (Winnie), of Fort William. . 'TORONTO WUIIam -Mc --Th.e body is at the . Emond MurtrvrX!. it t etaTvof -the , Ineral iome-WakefieWQuft Among his several published Ontario Curling Association, j Service will be held in Wake- works on "various aspecls of BOBYCAYGEON, Ont. Row-, United Church Salurday, Canada's- political development land , Hugh Lock, 63, former j 2 p.m.. conducted by Rev. D. C. of Oftawa; seven grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. The body is at the Racine and Robert funeral home, 260 Besserer street. Funeral will be held Friday to St. Joseph's Church for requiem high mass at 8.45 a.m. . Interment will foltow in Notre Dame cemetery. A , ,. . . 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