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A memorial service will be held Monday (today) in Mordue Bros.
Einarson was born in Port Arthur, Ontario and had lived in Winnipeg for 25 years. of the most remarkable men in i world aviation" in the Novem- j WILLIAM GEORGE ber issue of American Aviation. Wheeler's sports camps in- clude nearby fishing spots and James Bay for goose hunting and there are permanent bases at Fort Chimo, Great Whale River, Knob Lake and Roberval in Quebec, Frobisher on Baffin Island and Goose Bay, Labra- dor.
Gardiner Funeral Home, 178 Kennedy Street at York, with Rev. Smith officiating, to be Wheeler, dean of Canada's air operators, is described as "one j Lawn Memorial Gardens. Requiem High Mass will be sung at the Cathedral at a.m. His air empire has developed both win- ter and summer sports camps and a variety of jobs ranging from aerial spraying to radar line constructions. Jovite, 1921 and then converted into a Doyie Funeral Home, Carman, joy ride business because of Rev j Bays officiating. Besides his wife, he is survived by three sons, An- thony Michael and Joseph, all of Winnipeg; three daughters, ian aircraft from Second World War duty, five spray planes, four Beavers, three sturdy old Norsemen, two Otters, assorted lighter craft plus a new Dorn- ier-28 scheduled to arrive from Germany shortly. Vital, six grandchildren and one sister, Miss Kay Cookman of Brandon. In lieu of flowers do- nations may be sent to the Shev- chenko Foundation, 456 Main St. MARIE JOSEPHINE FAUCIIER On December 11, 1964, at the St. Marie Josephine Faucher, aged 72 years, dearly beloved wife of Bernard Faucher of 506 La Verendrye Street. Monday in the Philip Coutu Funeral Cha- pels, 156 Marion Street. Remains will be forwarded to Shoal Lake, Manitoba for funeral services and burial. ALDO PETROCCHI On December 11, 1964, at the Winnipeg General Hospital, Aldo Petrocchi, aged 64 years, beloved husband of Katherine Petrocchi of 504 Sherbrook St. Petrocchi was born in For- ence, Italy and had lived in Winnipeg for 36 years. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sis- ters, Mrs.
He farmed in the Teulon district for many years before coming to Winnipeg, where he entered the printing trade. Honorary pallbearers will be Helge Pearson, Leo Lezack, Hartvic Carlson, Ed Carlson, Gus Boline, Arthur Anderson, Richard Josephson, Charlie Larson, Charlie Dojack, Martin Hoel and Axe! Active pallbearers will be Stuart Nor- den, Bobby Norclcn, Neil Micay, Bom in the Ukraine the Village Howard Hagglund, John Phil- of Onut in Btikovina, Mr. He was one of the Leading members of the Uk- rianian Society.
years resid-1 ed in Fort William where he j was a self employed barber for 30 years.
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.
Surviving are her three sons, Anthony of New York, Broni- slaw of Saskatchewan and Peter of Poland: two daughters, Mrs. (Bette) Browne; and six grandchildren, all of Calgary; a sister, Mrs. You can see it on television any evening in the modern jungles where men drink, lust, cheat, and kill their way into hell. There are also 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. GEORGE ALFRED COOKMAN On December 11, 1964, at the Misericordia Hospital, George Alfred, aged 75 years, beloved husband of Janetta Cookman f husband of Janetta Cookman of 764 Sherburn Street. Interment in Brook- side Cemetery, courtesy park- ing west of the funeral chapels. Cookman served in the first war overseas from 1914 until 1919 with the Little Black Devils.