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Tuesday, De- cember 15 in the Holy Trinity Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Ca- thedral, 1175 Main St. Wheeler, an uncle of Can- ada's former Olympic skier Lu- cille, came to Canada from New York as a child. He was a mem- ber of the International Associa- tion of Machinists local 189 and a member of the Roma So- ciety. Eylands officiating, interment in'the family plot Burial m Brookside Cemetery. Funeral service will be held Tuesday, December 15 at p.m. He is survived by three brothers, Alex and William, both of Winnipeg and Dymtro in the Ukraine. Boniface Basilica with 'inter- ment to follow in the family CHARLES EDWARD LEE Suddenly on December 13, 1964, at the Winnipeg General Hospital, Charles Edward Lee, aged 64 years, of 457 Maryland Street, husband of Mary Lee. The Thomson Funeral Chapels in care of arrangements. CLARENCE PENUTA On December 11, 1964, at the Winnipeg General Hospital, Clarence Penuta, aged 33 years, beloved son of Jack Penuta, of 371 Young Street. Alma Ciolfi of Wilkes Barre, Penn- sylvania and one brother, Peter of California. Monday (today) at Bardal Funeral Home, Sher- brook at William.
DEATHS HARRY ANDERSON ALEXANDER On December 13th, I9fi4, at Winnipeg General Hospital, Harry Anderson Alexander, age 76 years, of Ste.
Fred Douglas officiating, to be followed by in- terment in Elmwood Cemetery. He became .a member of the Winnipeg Police Depart- ment, serving as Constable, Warrant and Patrol Wagon Of- fice, subsequently being trans- ferred to the Detective Depart- ment where he later became De- tective Sergeant and before tak- ing his pension held the rank of I ciety. From' 1939 to 1942 he was President of the Winnipeg Police Associ- EDGAR ADELBERT ACKLAND On December 11, 1964, at the Winnipeg General Hospital, Edgar Adelbert Ackland, aged 73 years, beloved husband 'of Maude Ackland of 279 Renfrew St. Ackland was a member of the Canadian Legion and also a member of the Diabetic Society.
Wiebe Funeral Chapels in care ing the Sessions, and for some years worked as a Special Con- stable for the High Sheriff during Spring, Summer and Fall as- sizes. Boniface Hospital, sociation for four years, and a j Katharine Clark Boyd, aged 76 years, beloved wife of George member of the Assiniboine Ma- sonic Lodge, No.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, December 15, from Christ' Lutheran Church, Morden, with Rev. In later years he worked for the Government Memorial Gardens, Morden. The Bible also teaches there is a future hell for those who reject God's mercy! She was prede- ceased by her husband George C., February 9, 1956. D Champion (Betty) nipeg; four grandchildren and Calgary Alberta Funeral serv- two great-grandchildren.