The Windsor Star from Windsor, Ontario, Canada on July 25, 1949 · 30
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PAGE FOURTEEN Wallaceburg Loses, 12-10 To Windsor Sterlings Rally In Last Quarter To Take Verdict WALLACEBURG Red Devils of Wallaceburg fell before a fourth-period onslaught of the Windsor Sterlings in the Canadian-American Lacrosse Association fixture held Saturday by a score of 12 to 10. HARD BATTLE The Sterlings came to their victory along a hard-fought road in an epic game before a record-breaking crowd at the Memorial Arena. As evidenced by the crowd, the Windsor club has become the favorite opposition for the Red Devils, and they crowded the arena to capacity, breaking last Saturdays record-setting attendance by 200. Wallaceburg pressed the play from the start, taking the first play, penalty and goal. Carrying the play to the Windsor end, the Red Devils lost a man through the penalty but, regardless of the disadvantage, banged in the first tally. The Sterlings retaliated and out played the Red Devils in the first frame, taking four to the Red Devils two. Play in the first two frames was fast and hard, with the Sterlings maintaining the leading edge to the end of the half. Both teams played brilliantly, with the Red Devils just failing to click and complete their plays. The second frame saw Windsor score three to the Burgs two, with the halfway-mark score standing at 7 to 4. Red Devils led the play in the third which highlighted the evening game for the Burg fans. Goalie Drake Tunney was penalized and temporarily replaced by Punk Simpson in the net. Taking advantage of the man short, the Sterlings pressed the play to the Wallaceburg net but failed to count because of the brilliant play by Simpson. Penalties dropped the teams to four apiece, with the Burg boys taking an offensive breaking open the third period. Three goals in quick order tied the score for the Red Devils, who went on to take the lead before the Sterlings scored their one goal for the frame ending with the score tied 8 to 8. The fourth frame had barely started when the Red Devils lost a man through a penalty, but regardless of the disadvantage Slater popped in a low. fast drive through the Sterlings defence into the net. Losing the second player, the Red Devils went on the defensive, with the Sterlings pressing for the tieing and leading goals. Play after play was turned aside at the Burg net before Windsor managed to pass the tying counter. Kelly again put the Burg in the lead with 10, but it was short lived, with Chaplinski again tying the score. With only a few minutes left to play, the Sterlings pressed the play and passed in two counters to end the game with the score 12 to 10 in favor of the Windsor team. 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OPENING TOMORROW TUESDAY, .00 SUPER CAR WASH 1 5 MINUTE SERVICE CARS VACUUMED SATISFACTION GUARANTEED MONTREUIL AND MATILDA One Block East of Walker Road and Sandwich Street Near Ford Motor Plant No. 1 Bill Davidson Shines as Union Club Wins Soccer Cup Final, 5-2 Led by young Bill Davidson, who counted three times U.A.W.-C.I.O. defeated Hungarian Kossuth, 5-2, on Saturday night at Wigle Park, to win the Campbell Charity Cup for Injured Players before a crowd of 624. IAN MASSIE HURT The win was a costly one for the Unionists, who lost the services of Ian Massie for an indefinite period. Massie suffered crushed ribs after a delibertae attack by the Kossuth goalie and was taken to Hotel Dieu for treatment. The Kossuth started out strong and gave Eddie Ross in the Union goal a busy time. Bozanovich kicked past when in close, and Vlajkovich hit the crossbar with his drive from an almost impossible angle. U.A.W. cleared, and McLean booted ahead to Davidson, who made Miehle look bad as he gave his team a 1-0 lead at the 14-minute mark. Ross was forced to save from Vlajkovich and Tomich, and then Seres drove past. Berkovich let go a hard shot w'hich Ross stopped. The U.A.W. backs were being pressed hard as Kossuth tried hard to even the score, but the half ended with the count of 1-0 still standing. David Collins made it 2-0 just six minutes after the interval, when he scored on a penalty shot given against Miehle. Four minutes later, Davidson increased the lead when he headed past the Kossuth keeper, who was too far out of goal. HUNGARIANS RALLY Berkovich scored one for Hungarians at 28.00, and for a short while it looked like the Kossuth would - even the count, but the Union backs and Ross in goal were Chatham 9 Drops Game Windsor Cardinals Allow But Five Hits From The Stars Chatham Bureau CHATHAM With Frank Reid and Gus Angus combining to pitch brilliant five-hit ball, Windsor Cardinals defeated Chatham Hadleys, 8-5, in Big Six Baseball League competition at Athletic Park Saturday afternoon. STRENGTHEN POSITION By the victory, the Border City nine solidified their position in top spot in the league. The Windsorites opened the scoring in the initial frame and added another in the second only to see the Chatham nine come back to deadlock the count in the same frame. In the fourth, Hugh Cowan was safe when Suitor bobbled his grounder, Nick Nikita and Brailean singled to load the bases and on the latters single Cowan crossed the plate while Nikita was nipped trying to score. Gosselin sacrificed and after Reid was out. Bill Boyce smashed the ball out of the park for a homerun with two mates aboard to give the winners a lead they never relinquished. PACE WINNERS Bill Fisher and Nick Brailean paced the winners with two safeties each while Hugh Cowan and Pete Fox shone in the field for the Ross Newitt-coached aggregation. Os Suitor, Bum Mahon and Jack Kelly each hit doubles for the Maple City nine with Shiny Williams starring in centrefield. Windsor ... 110 420 000 8 10 3 Chatham . . 020 120 000 5 5 3 Reid, Angus and Brailean; Cartwright and Harding. 2 Drivers Die In Auto Crash BEDFORD, Ind. (AP) Two i race car drivers yesterday were injured fatally in a spectacular crash before more than 5,000 I persons at the half-mile speed-i way at Salem, Ind., 30 miles southeast of here. I The dead were veteran driv-i ers. Tommy Matson, 32, of Wil-j mington, Del., and Chick Barbo, I 33. of Seattle. Wash. I Their big Offenhauser racers j locked wheels at the start of the ! afternoon's third elimination ! heat. The cars spun high into I the air off the banked asphalt track and landed on top of three I automobiles. 150 feet away. CHECKED in a Jiff if -OP Money Back For quick relief from Itcblng ceased by ecsems athlete's foot, scabies, pimples and other itchmi conditions, use pure, cooling, medicated, liquit D. D. D. PRESCRIPTION. Greaseless am stainless. Soothes, comforts and quickly calm-intense itching. Dont suffer. Ask your dxuggtat today for D. D. D. PRESCRIPTION. 9-7 JULY 26 KO 00 in fine form. Hungarians forced two corners, but Ross cleared. Miehle was removed from the game at this point by his own manager for his charge on Massie. Davidson sent in a header which hit the crossbar, but minutes later scored on a fine shot. Kossuth got that one back when Jimmy Vlaj kovich scored on a penalty kick with eight minutes remaining. Beams sent over a nice comer, and Rae headed past the goalie to end the scoring. Dunlop and Rajkovich were banished for mixing it five minutes from the end, and both clubs finished with ten men. The entire UA.W.-C.I.O. team played fine games in winning, with E(ldie Ross in goal being outstanding. Hungarians were w'eak only in goal, and immediately after the game signed up Stanley Filarski, one of Canadas best goalkeepers, to fill the gap. KOSSUTH Biehle, Vonchina and Hanufer, Toth, Seres and Crljencia, Tomich, Bozanovich, Vlajkovich, Rajkovich and Berkovich. Alternates Tricsli and Rosenbaum. U.A.W.-C.I.O. Ross, Dunlop and Wolfendale, McLean, Browning and Bode, Beams, Collins, Massie, Cunningham and Davidson. Alternates Donaldson and Rae. Referee Bill Kay. Linesmen A1 McDermott and Jim Rodie. Obituaries Mrs. Samuel Swistun Mrs. Pauline Swistun, 54, 1720 Drouillard road, died yesterday at Grace Hospital following a month illness. Mrs. Swistun was born in Poland and had lived in Windsor for 28 years, coming from Nova Scotia. Her husband, Samuel, died several years ago. She is survived by one son Joseph Swistun, Windsor, four daughters, Mrs. Romeo Poulin Quebec City, Mrs. Carl Brgucki Windsor, Mrs. Peter Paulik Tecumseh and Mrs. Richard Reid, Detroit, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the resi dence and at St. Vladimir and Olga Church at 9:30 with Rev. B. Ofadec and Rev. John Laputo officiating. Burial will be in St. Alphonsus Cemetery. Prayers will be said each evening at 8. Albemy J Janisse is in charge of the funeral. Mrs. Dumas Ethier Funeral service for Mrs. Leonne Ethier, 66, Tecumseh road. Sand wich East, who died Saturday at Hotel Dieu Hospital, will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the resi dence and at St. Annes Church Tecumseh at 9:30. Mrs. Ethiers husband, Dumas, died six years ago. Born in Lawrence, Mass., she had lived Sandwich East for eight years. She is survived by a son, Rosair, at home; five daughters, Mrs Arthur Racette, Sandwich East, Mrs. Romeo Pampron and Mrs. Francois Chartrand, Tecumseh and Victoire and Alice at home; also one adopted daughter. Miss Cecile Levasseur, at home; two brothers, Joseph Henry, Sturgeon Falls and Omer Henry, Cache Bay, Ont., and three sisters, Mrs. Alme Boudreau, Amesbury, Mass., Mrs. Arthur La-londe. Sturgeon Falls and Mrs. Osias Ethier, Vernor, Ont. Janisse Brothers are in charge of the funeral and burial will be in St. Annes Church Cemetery. Prayers will be said each night at the residence at 8. Mrs. August Blontrock Mrs. Marie Louise Blontrock, 62, 2703 Meighan road. Sandwich East, died Saturday at Metropolitan General Hospital following a brief illness. Mrs. Blontrock was bom in Belgium and has lived in Sandwich East for the past eight years. Prior to that she resided in Windsor. She was a member of Most Precious Blood Church. She is survived by one daughter, Paula, at home and one brother, Emile Clybow, Belgium. Her husband, August, died several years ago. Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. at the Morris Walkerville Chapel and at Most Precious Blood Church at 9 a.m. Burial will be in St. Alphonsus Cemetery. Prayers will be held at the funeral chapel each night at seven. Hits Hydrant KINGSVILLE A car driven by G. G. Lobraico, 2425 Richmond street, Windsor, received close to $700 damage Saturday night when it crashed into a fire hydrant on Conklins Hill. The hydrant was broken off. The driver and two front-seat passengers escaped injury. Lobraico told police he thought the road turned at the I point where he went off the road. Operated by Peter Zeko. formerly With Teno Bros. ib -THE WINDSOR DAILY STAR, WINDSOR, ONTARIO, MONDAY, JULY !5, IMS Sallys MYour generation. Aunty, would call my Erik a soul mate.1 Frances Day Gets Shaw Play Lead Actress Jumps From Tex Guinan To World Premiere For G.B.S. By ROBERT MUSEL United Press Staff Correspondent LONDON, Eng. Back in the days when speakeasy and night club were syonyms a cute little blonde crossed the Hudson River from East Orange, N.J., and got herself a job with the late Tex Guinan. LONG JUMP Its a long way from a gin mill on Broadway to a luxurious apartment in Londons Mayfair. Its an even longer jump from singing hostess to one of the most coveted roles on the British stage in the last 10 years. But Frances Day did it. And today she was packing her bags to leave for the Malvern Festival. where on Aug. 13 she stars in the world premiere of George Bernard Shaws .first play since the war Buoyant Billions. The last few weeks have been the most hectic since the East Orange blonde came over to try her luck at cabaret in the early 1930s and soared to musical com edy stardom. I admit it was somewhat of a shock to be asked to do a Shaw play, Miss Day said. I know I can act, but most people associate me with singing and dance or outright farce. There I was clowning in a review called Latin Quarter, and suddenly I got asked If wanted to read the part. ASTONISH FOLK She stretched a figure that would pleasantly astonish the folk who remember her as rather skin ny. I developed quite a bit over here, she said, adding, severely, I mean mentally. But even so I was a little nervous when I began to read the play and I was even more nervous when I was told I would have to go down to Ayot St. Lawrence and do the second act for Shaw. She took another deep breath. Hes marvelous Shaw, I mean. Hell be 93 years old Tuesday. Its fantastic to think hes that . old. Why, his brain is that of a brilliant man of no more than 50, and his eyes still have a twinkle that must have caused a lot of mischief in his time. APPROVED BY G. B. S. We were there for his approval, as I get it. We ran through some of the lines, and it was astonishing the way Shaw remembered every word of his own dialogue even though hes written another play since then. He even got up and showed us how to act. I guess he liked me, because I kept the role. Miss Day plays the part of She. While she is pledged to secrecy about the plot, it was learned elsewhere that Shaw has set his play in London and Panama, and uses his characters to get over pungent comments on finance, social evolution, the behavior of nations, and others of his pet subjects. The play is more talk than action, but a first in a Shaw play, whatever its merit, is a lure that drew many applicants for the role. From Tex Guinan to Shaw may not be so far at that. It was the famous night club hostess who used to greet her guests with Hello sucker. Shaw seems to be saying the same thing to mankind, obsessed with its petty problems and pleasures on this weary sphere. HONEYMOONERS HURT ST. CATHARINES, Ont., (CP) Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vincent, a honeymoon couple, of Cornwall, Ont., were slightly injured when the automobile in which they were riding was in collision with another car. CLEARS R COjJl Fliijj'l Gl4lniQi Sallies BIT IMPRACTICAL Farmer Tries Breed Chicken Without Neck BYRON, Calif., (AP) A chicken with no neck would be a bigger boon to lovers of white meat than even the new wingless variety. At least, that idea occurred to Lorenzo Armstrong when he read about wingless birds developed in the midwestern United States. So Armstrong built his hen house with low roofs. Feeding troughs were breast high. The wire over the chicken runs were lowered. He figured if they kept their heads down the chickens necks wouldnt grow. He gave up Saturday. The chickens just got humpbacked. Church Unity Leader Dies Dr. G. A. Berwick, 85, Led in Amalgamation MONTREAL, (CP) Dr. George Alexander Berwick, 85, co-founder of the United Church of Canada, died in hospital. GRADUATE OF McGILL Born in Farnham, Que., Dr. Berwick graduated from McGill University in 1892, He served his interneship at the Montreal General Hospital. Closely affiliated with church work, he was keenly interested in the 1925 campaign for the union of the Presbyterian. Methodist and Congregational Churches. He was a member of the presbytery of Montreal for more than 50 years. SURVIVORS He is survived by his son, H. Bennet Berwick of Rochester, N.Y., a brother, William P. Berwick of Ottawa, and two grandchildren, Keith B. and E. Ann Berwick of Rochester. Funeral services will be held here Tuesday. Murphys Fiancee Says Nuptials Planned NEW YORK (UP) Mary Joan Cuddihy, 30, daughter of Arthur Cuddihy, an offi(fll of Funk & Wagnalls Publishing Company, said today she and United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Frank Murphy had made definite plans for marriage before his death last week. Miss Cuddihy returned Sunday from Michigan where she attended the funeral of Murphy, who died last Tuesday in Detroit at the age of 59. She refused to disclose any details of the marriage plans, although the Washington Daily News reported Saturday in a copyrighted story that the marriage had been planned for mid-August after being postponed twice because of illness. ( Advert! sement) Remarkable Formula Soothes Itching Pain Dont suffer Itching painful misery from piles. Apply the old dependable ointment that has given quick Joyful relief to millions. Rejoice In minutes at the cooling, soothing astringent effect of Peterson's Ointment. Dont suffer s moment longer. Get this time-proved ointment. 50c at all druggists. Peterson's Ointment delights or money back. SJje JUJiiritgar Star WINDSOR. ONT. 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STAR WANT ADS 3-3522 Births CECILE Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cecile (nee Shirley Hughes) wish to announce the birth of a daughter, 5 lbs., 10 oz sister for Marlene, July 25. 1949 at Metropolitan Hospital. FRAM Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Fram (nee Jean Wilson) announce the birth of a girl. Judith Anne. 8 lbs, 3 or. s, July 24, 1949, sister for Patrick Anthony. Dr. W. M. Master attending. New Rockets Go 65 Miles Aerobee Missiles Fired From Ship NEW YORK (AP) Rockets fired from a United States Navy surface ship roared more than 65 miles skyward in tests conducted last March off the west coast of South America, the navy announced today. FIRED FROM TENDER The announcement said the firings took place aboard the U.S.S. Norton Sound, cruising about 700 miles off shore. The ship, a tender, is fitted out to study the launching of guided missiles at sea. The navy said the rockets used were not captured German missiles but pencil-shaped aero-bees. The "aerobee is a rocket missile type developed for the navy bureau of ordnance. Each rocket fired from the Norton Sound carried 150 pounds of scientific instruments for recording data at high altitudes, the navy said. TWO-YEAR SILENCE The announcement was the first official word from the navy in two years on actual firing of rockets and guided missiles at sea. At that time a captured German V-2 was launched successfully from the flight deck of the 45,000-ton carrier Midway. The German-built rocket rose only six miles and exploded in mid-air. Tests of Old Aatos Sought Baby Died When Vehicle Left Road Hit Carriage TRURO, N.S.. (CP) Legislation calling for compulsory examination of older model cars was urged by a coroners jury inquiring into the death of 14-month-old Kathleen Green. The child died in hospital from injuries received when a 1932 model car left the highway and crashed into a baby carriage as It stood in the yard of the childs grandparents. The jurys verdict of accidental death attached no blame to William Taggart, driver of the car. Taggart testified that the steering gear failed and he could not control the vehicle. 100 Years Old MARKDALE, Ont., CP) This Grey County village of approximately 500 persons will celebrate its 100th birthday with a party lasting from July 31 to Aug. 3. Former Markdale residents now living in Toronto and Detroit have contributed funds for erection of decorative stone gates at the highway No. 10 entrance to the com munity. Births KURTZ Mr. and Mrs. J. fhilltp Kurtz (nee Mary Watterson) wish to announce tha birth of a daughter, July 23. 1944 at Metropolitan Hospital MASSE Mr. and Mr. Lawrence Masse l nee Mildred Meloche) wish to announce the birth of a son. Nell Joseph, brother for Osry, and Cheryl Lynn at Hotel Dieu. July 24. 1949. RYALI Norman, Dsnny and R.cky Rvall. children of Mr and Mrs Darius Ryall of latbadle Road, are happy to announce the birth of their sister. Neoma Mae. July 21. 1949 st Hotel Dieu. Dr. Humphries attending. SHEA RDOWN Born to Mr Tan-1 Mrs Charles Sheardow-n (nee Margaret Cartier), formerly of Bothwell, a daughter. Marguerite Elizabeth Ann. 7 lbs, 3 OZ, on July 24. 1949 at Grace Hospital. SOANES Mr. and Mrs. George Soanes (nee Eileen Morand) are happy to announce the birth of a son, Michael Oeorge, July 24. 1949 at Grace Hospital. TOFFLEM1RE Mr. and Mrs. Doug Tof-flemire (nee Uen Fox) of Church St, are happy to announce the arrival of their daughter. Linda Joan at Hotel Dieu Hospital. July 13, 1949 Dr. McTsgue attending. Deaths ELLIS Arthur. 26 years, July 23, 1949, t Hotel Dieu, formerly of 367 Lincoln Road. Beloved son of Mrs. Jane Mils. England, and the late Thomaa Mils Beloved brother of Mrs. Herbert Tiffany (Doris I. Mrs. Eric Burtonshaw (Hilda I, Mrs. Andrew Morrison t Ranee), England. Eunerat service at the Morris Walkerville Chapel. 174 Wvandntte blret East at Lincoln Road, Tuesday, Julv 26. 10 30 am. Reverend Father M. C. Davies officiating. Interment Win tutor Grove Cemetery. ETHIER Leonne. age 66. July 23. 1949, at Hotel Dieu Hospital Beloved wile of the late Damase. Dear mother of Mrs. Arthur Racette. Sandwich East, Mrs. Romeo Lampron, Mrs. Francois Chartrond. Tecumseh: Rosalre, Vic toire and Alice, at home. One adopted daughter. Miss Cecile Lavssseur. at home. Bister of Mrs. Alme Boudreau. Amcsburv: Mrs. Arthur Lalonde and Jos-ph Henry, of Sturgeon F5.ll: Mr O-las Ethier. Verner. Ontario: Omer Henry, Cache Bay. Ontario. Funeral Wednesday, at 9 a m, from residence. Tecumseh Road, Sandwich Est. to Ste. Anr.e Church. Tecumseh, at 9 30 Interment church cemetery. Prayers evenings at 8 at residence. (Janisse Brothers.) JERBTO Joseph, 62 years. Julv 23. 1949. at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Survived by Metlna and Anna. In Yugoslavia. Resting at the Croatian National Hall, corner Seminole and PV. Luke Road. Funeral Tuesday, at 9:30. to St Cyril and Methodius Church at 10 Interment In St. Alphonsus Cemetery. (Marcotte ) MACDONALD John F 65 years. July 25, 1949 at Hotel Dieu. Dear father of Mr. Harry Llgluner. Muiliken, Mich. Brother of George F. Macdonald. South Windsor. Resting James H Sutton Funeral Home. 937 Ouellette Avenue. Funeral service Wednesday, July 27. 2:30 p.m. Rev. H. M. Paulin. D D officiating. Interment Windsor Qrove. MAURICE Collette Ann. 3 days, July 21. 1949 at Hotel Dieu. Darling daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donat Maurice. Funeral was held Saturday from Marcotte Funeral Home, Interment St. Alphonsus Cemetery. MINEAU Mary Annette, 10 years. July 24, 1949 at Orac Hospital. Loving daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Albert Ml-neau (Adeline Hayes), 340 Rivcrdale Dear sister of Dan Eben. Albert James. Raymond Francis. Rose Marie and Sandra Ann. at home. Loving granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mlneau. Trenton, Mich, and Mr and Mrs. Milo Hayea. Big Rapids, Mich. Resting at Anderson's Fhineral Home. 861 Ouellette Ave., until Tuesday. July 26. 11:30 a m, thence to lie In state at Salvation Army Citadel. 860 Ptllett Rd. until 1 30 p.m. time of service. Captain E. Peacock and Captain L. Rhodes officiating. Interment In Windsor Grove Cemetery. MITCHELL Annie. 65 years, July 23, 1949 st Grace Hospital. Residence 205i Ford Blvd, Riverside. Beloved wife of the late Fred Mitchell. Dear sister of Thomas Northoott. Riverside; Robert Northeott, Windsor: Mrs. Isaac A. Naylor. Walkerville. Funeral services from the Morrts-Walkerville Chapel, 1624 Wyandotte Street Fast at Lincoln Road. Tuesday. July 26th at 2 p.m. Rev. Herbert Naylor officiating. Interment In Windsor Grove Cemetery. SWISTUN Pauline. 54 years, passed away July 24. 1949. Dear mother of Joseph arid Mrs. Carl Blguckt. both of Windsor: Mrs. Romelo Poulin of Quebec City: Mr. Peter Faulik of Tecumseh; Mrs. Richard Reid of Detroit, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday from the late residence. 1720 Drouillard Road, at 9 am. to Sts. Vladimir and Olga Church at 9 30 a m. The Rev. Father B. Osadec and Rev. Father John LaPuto, officiating. Interment St. Alphonsus Cemetery. (Albemy J. Janisse At Son). Card of Thanks DRESSER The family of the lat Mrs. Darius Dresser wish to extend their thanks to friends and neighbors for the many floral tributes and expressions of kindness during the recent bereavement In the loss of a loving mother. Special thanks to Reverend J. E. James of the Ollnda United Church and the Reverend A. H Campbell of the Ollnda Unlversallst Church, the United Church Choir of Ollnda, and the Smith Funeral Home of Leamington. In Memonomi It la tha custom with many to commemorate a bereavement by an In Memortara" notlca. For your convenience The Star ha prepared a booklet of appropriate "In Memorlam" verses. This booklet will be sent to out-of-town readers, on request, without charge. BARKER In loving memory of Private William George Barker, killed In action July 25, 1944. While angels keep their watch up there Please Ood Just let him know That we down here do not forget We love and miss him so. Ever remembered by Mom and slater Anna. BARKER In loving memory of Private William Oeorge Barker, killed In action July 25. 1944. Always In our memories. Remembered by Mr. and Mrs. J Collins of Detroit. BROWN In loving memory of a dear mother. I.lly Brown, who passed away July 25. 1947. You are not forgotten, mother dear. Nor ever shall you be As long aa life and memory last. We shall remember thee. Sadly missed by her son. Jack, and daughter-in-law Jesaie. DAMPHOUSE In loving memory of Pte. Henry Damphouse, who was killed In Caen, France, July 25. 1944. Always a smile and never a frown. A helping hand when others were down: Always so true, loving SDd kind. What a beautiful memory he left behind. Always remembered bv brother Oscar, sister-in-law Antoinette, and nieces Sharon and Gayle. LaFTEUR In loving memory of dear father. Charles LaFleur, who passed away seven year ago, . 25, 1942 Not a day do we forget you In our hearts you are always near. Always remembered by Helen and Rudy and grandchildren LaFLEUR In father loving memory of my Charles LaFleur, who passed may seven years ago, July 25, 1942. Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds dear Fond memories Unger every day. Remembrance keeps him near. Always remembered by aon Charles and daughter-in-law, Lou and grandson. Chris. LEEK In loving memory of my dear mother. Madora Myles Leek, who passed away three years ago, July 24. 1946. What la home without a mother? All things this world may send. But when I lost my darling mother, I lost my dearest friend. Always remembered by her daughter Mabel Smith. MERI FIELD In loving memory of Florence Amelia, who passed away live yeara ago, July 24, 1944. A silent thought, a secret tear. Keeps her memory, ever dear. Ever remembered by husband. George and children, Florence. Oeorge A.. Harry , Grace a n d Arthur . MINTO In loving memory of our darling sister Shirley Ann Mlnto. who passed away three yeara ago. July 25. 1946. Please God take a message To dear Shirley Ann up above. Tell her how much we miss her And give her all our love. Sadly missed and always remembered by her brothers Dickie and Oeor&l. For All Colls Regarding WANT ADS Dial 3-3522 In MeworiBwi MINTO in loving memory ol our darling daughter, Shirley Ann Min to. who passed away three years ago, July 2a 1946. Our family circle has been broken, A link gone from our chain But though Wf'ie parted for X Willi We kr.ow we 11 meet again. Sadlv missed and alwsvs remembered by her Mom and Daddy. IRF.ALOUT-ln loving memory (f"a dear aon and brother, Orion Trealout, 25h193'W, WT i'nsrn ago, July He oened the door and took tour hand. And led you rrom His own made land. And although you are gone, and we are tar apart, You will always be very peer t our hearts Fondly remembered by mother, father, slaters and brother 1 floritri FI 2 JR A L 7HIHUTKA Flower For All Occasion CARTER FLOWERS 10f7 Ooyeau Phone 2-7231 FUNERAL DESIGNS' AL SEARY FLORIST 1427 OTTAWA ST. PHONE 4-7873 Funornl Designs ST. LUKE El.OWFRS PHONE 4-3094 FUNERAL DESIGNS JANETTE FLORISTS. rHONE 3-1470 lo Ambulance Service OCR SAME RATE IN WINDSOR AND RIVERSIDE FOR 33 YEARS $3.00 ANDERSON AMBULANCE 4-3223 Foe Experienced Service Call FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION JU5; 4-8364 WINDSOR AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPANY LIMITED 2 Funerol Director! ALBEMY J. JANISSE & SON Funeral Service Phone 4-2585 "Established 1904 411 Sandwich St East, Windsor, Ont. MORRIS rUNERAL SERVICE FREE PARKIN Cl FACILITIES 4-5101 ED. W MORRIS. Pros 4-5101 H. S. ANDERSON & SONS LIMITED FUNERAL AND AMBULANCE SERVICE 4-3223 861 Ouelletto 4-3223 JANISSE BROS. FUNERAL HOME 53 LONDON WEST 3-5227 JAMES H. SUTTON (GARNET SUTTON. Mgr.) WINDSOR r 937 Ouellette Ava. - 4-2516 AMKERSTBURQ: 7 Elm Ava. Ph. 169 Thompson Funeral Home (GORDON p. THOMPSON, Mgr.) Phone 4-5747 961 OUELLETTE AT FRTK Marcotte Funeral Home 870 Wyandotte St. East 3-3577 Charles J. Ellison Limited' 659 Victoria Av 3-8553 3 Monument, Cemetery Loti VICTORIA MEMORIAL Office 3-6742 Cemetery Park 4 318 Evening and Holidays, 4-6.116 Green Lawn Memorial Park 3-4112 Office 3-9211 After 8 pm.. 3-2244 Personals WHEEL CHAIRS HOSPITAL BEDS TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT OR SALB ZIPPERS REPLACED Also Complete Repair To All Jacket and Clothing EECOND FLOOR GEO. H. WILKINSON LTD. 333 Ouelletta Ava. Fhona 3-7411 WATERPROOFING Try our waterproofing for rtny weather. It cannot be beat, For the beat service on raincoats and Jackets, call FOREST CLEANERS 1652 Wyandotte St. West 3-3581 PHOTO FINISHING Developing and Printing Enlarging and Coloring E'aet Service PULLENS DRUG STORE Phone 3-1416 1037 Drouillard and Belle River, Ont. SUMMER IS HERE How about having that drees or suit dyed now? It will look nice and fresh. Remember it's cheaper to dve than to buy. FOREST CLEANERS 1652 Wyandotte Ft. West 3-3581 FAMOUS Irish psychic reader nd advisor. Ladle only. 683 Ouellette, basement apt. FURS "REMODELLED AND REPAIRED Lowest Prices - All Work Guaranteed O. D. COON 423 Pellsaler at Park Phone 2-2441 Teacup or Card Reading 8-11 p.tn7 English or French Madame Parent. 1043 Plllette 3-1559 WHILE In TORONTO visit "theBLOOR MANOR for a quiet rest. 253 Bloor afreet east. Midway 1989. MADAME X Tea. Card Reading. By Appt. Only 691 FUlott West. 4-8088 ARE you entertaining? W cater to any lze party. Let It be our responsibility Punches. cocktatla, choice Of food. VStler. 2-5453. BIRTH. DEATH AND MARRIAGE Certificate Obtained Anywher Phone 3-2393 Locks - keys - Door Closers . BiIm" and Vault Repaired Phone DONALD KNAOOS at 3-8649 Just What the Doctor Orders HEATHER BELL FISH AND CHIPS Gladstone, corner Wyandotte E. 2-5996 WE CATER Before making arrangements for banquets, wedding parties, etc., call its. Phone 3-7283 or 4-9871. Hand Raws, lawn mowers, Machine bharpened. Pickup-delivery. Atkinson's Sharpening Service. 719 Chiller. 4-7(115. L. DUFRESNE flrt claaa caterer. Wedt ding cakes, punches, kosher foods served. Phone 6-1476. PLACE WANT ADS FOR PUBLICATION THE SAMS DAT BEFORE 11:30 A.M.

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