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F8 THE GAZETTE, MONTREAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1994 EDOE HOURS: From 8 30 a m. to 8 p.m. 887-2311 Saturday, Sunday 1 Holldaya: 12 noon to 4 987-3324 RATES: 60c per word Minimum charge $6.00 per day. Also listed these columns Chosen Children, Requiem Mass, In Memoriam, Unveilinga, Cards o( Thanks, Prayers, Announcements. Phone 987-2311. BIRTHS DEATHS SZAJNIAK, Aron (Shlnlak). On Tuesday, April 19, 1994. Husband of the late Saia. Beloved father and father-in-law of Toba and Albert Zinman. Cherished grandfather of Dana, Roberta, and Leigh. Uncle, great-uncle, and brother-in-law. Companion to Tlllie Bley. Funeral service from Paperman and Sons, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Thursday, April 21 at 2:30 p.m. Burial at the Farband Labour Zionist Organization Cemetery, de la Savane. Shiva private TEITELBAUM, Ruth (nee Horowitz). DEATHS DUCHESNEAU, Jules Olivier. Suddenly in Bangkok, April 9, 1994, passed away Mr. Jules Olivier Duchesneau, aged thirty-one years. Son of the late Jules Oswald Duchesneau (lawyer) and of Mrs. Yolande Robichaud. He will be sadly missed bv his mother, his sister Julie (Matthew Stoodv), his grandmother Theodora Robichaud, his companion Annie Des Grosellliers and his famllv-ln-law, Raymond, Monique and Svlvaln Des Groseilliers. His family and friends are Invited to come and bid him farewell. Resting at Urgel Bourgle 63 Lome, St. Lambert. Funeral ceremony Friday, April 22 at 11 a.m. In St. Lambert, thence to St. Lambert Cemetery. Visitation Thursday 7 to 10 and Friday as of 10 a.m. IN MEMORIAM KRITICOS, Freddie. In loving memory of a dear beloved husband who passed away April 20, 1975. Dearly loved in his life, Treasured in his death. A beautiful memory of him, Is all that I have left. Sadly missed your wife Diane KRITICOS, Fred. In loving memory of a dear father who passed away April 20, 1975. Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by vour children Carrie and Peter. RUSSELL, Shirley. In loving memory of a wonderful Mom and grandmother, who passed away April 20, 1988. Just how much I miss you No one can ever know For the ache in mv heart is here Alike it was six years ago. My days I wear a smile, Come night I wipe mv tears Without vou dear Mom I face my biggest fears. I am trying hard each and everyday, But life without vou Mom can never be the same. Always loved, forever missed bv your daughter Susan, grandchildren Christopher and Mindv. RUSSELL, Shirley. In cherished memory of my Mom For those who still have a mother Treasure her with care, Don't ever take her for granted Because she won't always be there. This lesson I learned Was a difficult one. So many words left unsaid So many things left undone. I think of her death With tearful regret, I think of her always I will never forget. Forever in my heart, Love and Kisses, Bernice and Terry. DEATHS HUMENIUK, Paulina (Solohub). In Montreal on April 18, 1994, in her ninety-fourth year. Beloved wife of the late Wasvl Humeniuk. Dearest mother of Susan (Vincent F. Stratkauskas). Loving grandmother of Bill (Franclne) and Steve (Deborah). Great-grandmother of Klmberlev, Vanessa and Andrew. Resting at Alfred Daliaire 3245 Belle-chasse East. Visitation on Wednesday, April 20 from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service on Thursday, April 21 at 10:00 a.m. at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, 10th Avenue and Beiiechasse, thence to Notre Dame des Neiges Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated. JENNER, Alfred Ell (Hap). Peacefully on Sunday, April 17, 1994. Dearly beloved husband of Vena and loving father of Cynthia, John and Allan. Dear grandfather of Sloan, Cara, Shane, Eric, Chris and Drew. As a remembrance memorial donations to the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated. KAHN, Nancy Judith. Peacefully, at home In Philadelphia, on April 17, 1994, at the age of thirty-four, after a two-year battle with cancer, fought with Incredible courage, dignity and strength. She leaves her loving husband Philip Wltman, their daughter Rebecca, her parents Alfred and Helen Kahn of Montreal; and her brothers David (Atlanta) and Jonathan (Toronto). She was a caring daughter-in-law, sister-in-law, niece, cousin and aunt, and she touched the hearts of all who knew her. Her sensitivity and kindness will always be an inspiration to ther family and to her many good friends. Funeral Service from Paperman and Sons, 5605 Cote des Neiges on Wednesday, April 20, at 2:30 p.m. Burial at Temple Emanuel Congregation Section, Mount Royal Cemetery. Shiva at 1460 Dr. Penfield through Saturday evening. Donations may be made in Nancy's memory to the Montreal Children's Library, 1200 Atwater Ave, or to the Chidren's Defense Fund, Office of Development, 25 Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001. KATZ, Rebecca (Rita). On Tuesday, April 19, 1994. daughter of the late Jacob and the late Annie Katz. Sadly mourned by her nieces, nephew, relatives and friends. Graveside service on Thursday, April 21 at 1:45 p.m. at the Hebrew Sick 1 Cemetery, de la Savane. Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Montreal, 3974 Notre Dame West, H4C 1R1, 931-4211. KOTOWICZ, Waleria At Lasalle General Hospital on April 17, 1994 at eighty-four years of age. Beloved husband of Irena Rapczvnska. Survived by his daughter Barbara, two granddaughters and two great-grandchildren, all from Poland. Resting at Urgel Bourgie Limitee, 2805 Allard Street. Funeral ceremony Wednesday, April 20, 1994 at 10 a.m. at Holv Trinity Church 1660 Centre) thence to Notre Dame des Neiges cemetery. Reiativess and friends are invited to attend without further invitation. Visiting hours Tuesday, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm. LAHAIE, James Henry. Accidentally In Toronto on April 16, 1994 at the age of forty-one. Beloved husband of Tara McLenaghen, and cherished father of Alexandra. Devoted son of Mr. and Mrs. J.P.C. Lahaie, and very special brother of Richard (Sue Anderson), Karen (Daniel Taillon), and Irene (Robert Belvedere). He will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, friends and relatives in Montreal and Toronto. No visitation. Funeral service to be held Friday, April 22, 1994 at St. Monica's Church, 6405 Terrebonne at 11 a.m. BEIGLEMAN-YENTIN lllse and Steve are proud to announce the completion of a double header on April 18, 1994. Maxwell Ryan and Samuel Louis, are welcomed bv big brother Joshua and proud grandparents Gloria and Usher Belgleman and Merle and Rupert Kronick. KALACIS-MacLEAN Ingrld and Ian announce with iov and thankfulness, the arrival of their daughter, Leah Anna, born 8 lbs. 12 ozs. on Tuesday, April 12, 1994. A special thanks to Janet Marcuse, Dr. Welt and the staff of the Lasalle Central Hospital. KORMAN To Joshua and Tamara (nee Lekstrum), a daughter, 7 2 on April 17, 1994, in Vancouver. Proud grandparents are Hinda and Sonny Roseman. Delighted great-grandparents are Rose Korman and Clarence Rosenhek. MENARD-MANNARINO WA star Is born" Charles and Anna rate two thumbs A miraculous labour of love featuring the adorable Sarah Rosa, 6 13 blue eyed star, premier performance, April 16, 1994, 7:18 a.m. Thanks to the staff of Lasalle General Hospital. MORIN- MCDONNELL Joanne and Jean-Guy welcome with love and toy the arrival of their daughter Rachel Catherine, born on April 13, 1994 at 8:05 p.m. weighing Special thanks to the staff at RVH. PACIFICO-LONG Carmine and Christine are proud to announce the ar- rival of their son, Giordano Jack Antonio, 14 on April 14, 1994. Special thanks to God, Dr. Mallouh and the staff at St. Mary's Hospital. PALTIELCLARFIELD Baby boy born to Dr. Ora Paltlel and Dr. Mark Clarfield, April 12, 1994 Hadassah Hospital, Jerusalem, grandson of Freda Platiel, Morrie and Ida Clarfield and brother to Sasha and Jonah. SPRINGER Paul and Elisa (nee Astudillo) are very happy to announce the birth of their son, Henry Joseph Elliott, on April 1, 1994, weighing 10 12 ozs. Special thanks to the Roval Victoria caseroom staff and Dr. Koby for a smooth delivery. ZAMMIT Nino, Dlno and Anamar-la, are thrilled to announce the birth of their baby brother, Joseph Anthony (Joey), born April 15, 1994, 8 4 ozs. Everyone doing fine. Special thanks to Dr. Koby and staff at the Royal Vic. DEATHS BURK, Harold (Harry). Suddenly, after a brief illness, on Monday, April 18, 1994, In his sixtv-eighlh years, dearly beloved husband of Helen Keith. Dearest father of Stephen (Joyce Parkin), loved grandfather of Christopher and Andrea. Also survived by his sisters Betty (Douglas Haig), Pearl and Olive, brother Hank (Betty Martin), sisters-in-law Catherine Baisillie and Margaret (Miki) Keith, many nieces, nephews and friends. Resting at Armstrong Funeral Homes, 4275 Sources (corner Roger Pilon), D.D.O., where a funeral service will be held in the Chapel on Friday at 1 p.m. Cremation to follow. Visitation Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Legion (Branch 234) Service 8 p.m. Thursday. In lieu of flowers donations to the Victorian Order of Nurses, 422 Beaconsfiel Beaconsfield H9W 4B7 would be appreciated. Many thanks to the Doctors and Nurses of 17-East and M.I.C.U., Montreal General Hospital and especially to Dr. Linda Lacroix for their support and care. BURTON, Raymond. On Monday April 18, 1994 in his eighty-third year, Ray Burton of Pembroke, and formerly of Val D'Or. Beloved husband of Aileen (nee Michaud). Dear father of James (Ann) of Kingston and Jack (Wilma) of Egamville, dear grandfather of Elizabeth and Devin. Predeceased by grandson Michael. Visitation at the Laundry Funeral Home, Egamville. Funeral service will be held at the Melville United Church, Egamville, Thursday, April 21, at 11 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery, Goldon Lake Ontar io. CLELAND, Edward Samuel. Peacefully at home on Saturday, April 16, 1994 in his eighty-third year. Dearly beloved husband of Diana (McLennan). Devoted father of Gordon (Thelma), Paul (Diana) and Melanie (Paul Salhany). Cherished grandfather of Timothy, Christopher, Kyle, Andrew and Katherine. Will be sadly missed bv other family and friends. Private cremation. Memorial Service was held on Tuesday, April 19 at 1 p.m. in SI. Peter's Church, 900 Laird T.M.R. Donations to the Montreal General Hospital Fund, 1650 Cedar Avenue, H3G-1A4 or to a charity of vour choice would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements under the care of M.A. Blythe Ber-nier Funeral Home. CONF ALONE, Fllippo Antonio. Passed away on April 17, 1994 leaving to mourn all those privileged to have known him. Survived by beloved wife Lucia Zita, loving children, Maria (Joseph), Liberato (Lisa), Filippo (Gerardina), Giuseppe (Lisa), Fllomena (Giuseppe), and Carmine. Cherished Tatillo to, Brigid (Mark), Fred, Lucia; Lucy (Tom), Fllomena, Tony; Tony, Luigi, Lucia; Lucy (Luciano); Pina, Gianni. Dearest greatgrandfather of Maria Brigida and Mary. Memorial Mass on Wednesday, April 20 at Mont Carmel Church, 7645 Le Mans at 11 a.m. BURK, Harold BURTON, Raymond CLELAND, Edward Samuel CONF ALONE, Filippo Antonio CULLEN, Evelyn Banks DENKER, Kurt DIGNARD, Joseph Gregory Mark DRAKE, Charles Newton DUCHESNEAU, Jules Olivier FROST, Dorothy GAGNON, Fernando Oscar GOLDFARB, Nettle Marsha GOODWIN-GUTTMAN, Jack GROHOVAC, Xenia HUMENIUK, Paulina JENNER, Alfred Eli KAHN, Nancy Judith KATZ, Rebecca KOTOWICZ, Walerin LAHAIE, James Henry MARCOVITCH, Sarah MORENCY, Eric ROACH, Margaret Louise SZAJNIAK, Aron TEITELBAUM, Ruth TURNER, Elaine WILSON, Helen WITTY, Arnold OfatouvUe LEGGET, Robert THERRIEN, Louise DEATHS CULLEN, Evelyn Banks. At St. Joseph's Hospital on Thursday, March 24, 1994 in her eighty-sixth year (formerly of 'DorvaU. Beloved wife of the late Henry (Harry) Cullen. Loving mother of Henry of Mississauga; Patrick and his wife Marion of Guelph; John and his wife Sue of Alexandria; Jim and his wife Diana of North Vancouver, B.C.; Evelyn Watson and her husband Walter of Maple Ridge B.C.; Patricia Scott and her husband Gord of Blaine, Washington; Brenda DeCarie and her husband Gerry of Dorval, Quebec; Barbara Lehman of Pointe Claire, Quebec; Mike of Lacolle, Quebec and the late Judy. Sadly missed by her sixteen grandchildren, five greatgrandchildren and cousin Ann Falvev of Britt. Predeceased by her brother James Banks. Cremation will be followed bv a service at the chapel of Rideau Memorial Gardens, Dollard des Ormeaux, Quebec on Saturday, April 23 at 1 1 a.m. Memorial contributions to the Heart Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Gilchrist Chapel-Mclntyre Wilkie Funeral Home, 1 Delhi Street, Guelph (519-824-0031). DENKER, Kurt. Our beloved son, born February 25, 1955. Brother to Caroline, brother-in-law to Eric, uncle to Sarina and Tara. Passed away peacefully Friday, April 15, 1994. Kurt leaves many friends behind, especially Denis Auclalr. Memorial service will be April 23, 11 a.m. at the Mount Royal Crematorium, 1297 Chemin de la Forest. A reception will follow at 4645 Clark Street at 1 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Willi Diekmann. DIGNARD, Joseph Gregory Mark. Peacefully at the Jewish General Hospital on April 11, 1994, in his thirty-first year. Beloved son of Harry and Marny Dignard, of Port McNicoll, Ontario, brother of Jane (husband Kevin Banks) and loving uncle to Wesley; and also Jason and Michelle, of Shanty Bay, Ontario. Dearly missed by close friends Joe Sadowski of Hull, Rav Parent and Brian McKenna of Montreal, also Rob Hutton, Mike Kipp, and Jim Killoch of Toronto. (Sadly missed by Edward, the Airedale). Memorial service on April 22 at 7 p.m. at La Maison Fra Angelico, 1320 Wolfe Michel Jacques, Direc-teur, 522-9990. In lieu of flowers, donations to AIDS Community Care of Montreal would be dearly appreciated. DRAKE, Charles Newton (Slim). At the Montreal Chest Hospital on April 19, 1994 at the age of sixty-four years. Caring husband to Dorothy Warrington. Father to Gary (Diane) and Donna (Kerry) and the late Donald Andrew. Loving Papa to Kelsev, Devon, Trevor, Erica and Jordan. Resting at the J.F. Wilson and Sons Funeral Home, 5784 Verdun Avenue, Verdun. Service in the chapel on Friday, April 22 at 11 a.m. Interment Rideau Memorial Gardens. Visitation Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations to the Canadian Cancer Society will be greatly appreciated. in uuviiMia McmUriT MOLLIE ADELMAN April 20,1992. It is two years today since we lost you, Your smile and your sweetness are so deeply missed by all of us. Your husband Lew, your daughter Lynn, your son Richard and the Waxman Family. After a short illness on Tuesday April 19, 1994. Beloved wife of Sam. Devoted mother and mother-in-law of Carol and Leon Aronson, Clifford and Sandra Talte, and John Teilelbaum. Dear sister of Betty Singer, Jean Smith and Micki Nvman. Loving Nana of Michael and Robert Nadler, Ryan Aronson, Charles and Jason Talte. Funeral service from Paperman and Sons, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Wednesday, April 20 at 1:45 p.m. Burial at Beit Abraham Section, Kehal Israel Cemetery, Sources Road, D.D.O. Shiva private. Contributions may be made lo the Richard Nadler Heart Foundation, P.O. Box 252, TJv.R. H3P 3C5 TURNER, Elaine (nee Gurevitch). After a long and heroic battle on Monday, April 18, 1994 at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Devoted mother and mother-in-law of Leslee Kim and Stuart Frenkel, and Jamie Ryan. Loving daughter of Mollie and the late Moe Gurevitch. Dear sister and sister-in-law of Shelley and Larry Fishko. Loved daughter-in-law of Roev Turner. Friend and sister-in-law of Sheila Shamis. Elaine was a beloved aunt to several, and enioyed a special relationship with Cary and Marni Fishko, and llyssa Forster. Cherished and loyal friend of Lorna Matlin and her family. Elaine will be sadly missed bv many other friends who stood bv her side throughout her illness. Sincere gratitude to Rabbi Zeitz for his continued support and comfort. A special thank you to the Staff of 7 Medical and O.D.C. A most heartfelt thank you to Dr. Adrian Langleben for his exceptional dedication, determination and compassion. Funeral service from Paperman and Sons, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Wednesday, April 20 at 10:45 a.m. Burial at the Beth Tikvah Congregation Section, Kehal Israel Cemetery, D.D.O. Shiva at 7 Earl Road, D.D.O. In lieu of gifts, donations may be made to the Elaine Turner Memorial Fund at the Roval Victoria Hospital, Oncology Day Center, co Dr. Langleben 842-1231, Local 5997. WILSON, Helen. At Memorial Hospital, St. Marys on Tuesday, April 19, 1994, Helen Mills Wilson of Ardmore Park 186 Salina St. Marys in her ninety-third year. Beloved wife of the late Alexis (Lex) G. Wilson (1962). Loving mother of Alexis (Lex) W. Wilson and his wife Lois of St, Marys and Lynn Henderson of Montreal. Dearest sister of Kathleen (Kay) Kessler of Lincoln Park, N.J. Loving grandmother of Kate Henderson-Tyros and husband Steven and twins Aris and Lauren of Montreal, Dr. Lisa Henderson of Philadelphia, Peter Henderson and wife Kelly of Toronto and Sean Henderson of Waterloo. Dearest aunt of William Kessler of Portland, Oregon, Robert Kessler and daughter Kaitlin of Andover, Mass. Mrs. Wilson has the distinction of being St. Marys first woman Mayor 1962-1963. She will rest at the L.A. Ball Funeral Chapel (Ball 8. Sass Ltd.) Water St. N. St. Marys on Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 21 at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Noel Peterson officiating. Cremation to follow. WITTY, Arnold (WWII Veteran, RMR). Peacefully at home In Ottawa on Monday, April 18, 1994 in his seventy-fourth year alter a courageous battle with cancer. Arnold was surrounded bv his loving family. Beloved husband and dearest friend of Irene Cannon. Loving father of Lynda (Ramond) Lafleur, Judv (Bob) Watson, Susan (Bob) McCallum, Laurie Witty and Rick Gallinger. Cherished grandfather of Jennifer, Christopher, Scott, Sara, Katie, Darcy, Autumn and great-grandfather of Connor. Dear brother of Muriel, Doris and Elaine all of Montreal and brother-in-law of Clary Cannon, Montreal and Lucile Cannon, Rockland. Friends may call at the West Chapel of Hulse Playfair and McGarry, 150 Woodrotfe avenue, Ottawa, Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral to St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, 100 Young Street, Ottawa for mass of Christian Burial, Thursday, April 21, at 1 1 a.m. followed bv cremation. Those wishing may make memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. IN MEMORIAM CHARITAKIS, Kyrle. In loving memory of a dear friend who passed away April 20, 1993. It's hard to think a year gone by, Since you have passed away Those happy times and memories Make it seem like yesterday. Sadly missed and always remembered by friend Nancy, Jerry and Bob KREPS, Peter. In loving memory of our dear father, grandfather who passed away April 20, 1961. Sadly missed and always remembered by Ruth, Nat and family. man Peter Reith said recently, claiming that more than $30 million has already been lost in investment and production. Meanwhile, the premier of West-em Australia, Richard Court, fears that up to 80 per cent of his state could be claimed by aborigines, especially as Keating named a Western Australia judge with pro-aborigine credentials to head the claims commission. And Ian McLachlan, opposition spokesman on national development, labelled the new Native Title, Act an "unprecedented act of national masochism." But if elements of white Australia have gone into shock, aborigine organizations don't appear to believe the Mabo case hands them an obvious lever to redress centuries of oppression. "The thing about Mabo is that it has very little affect on the vast majority of aboriginal people because the whole concept of the court's ruling was that native title only applies to people who can show uninterrupted occupation of land and that they still live in a traditional way," Paul Behrendt, director of the Aboriginal Research and Resources Centre at the University of New South Wales, said in an interview. "Most aboriginal people have been forcibly removed from their land and more aborigines live in the suburbs of Sydney and Melbourne than anywhere." This point has been taken up by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, a body through which the federal government channels most of its Sl-bil-lion-a-ycar assistance to aborigines. Limiting payment! for land to MARCOVITCH, Sarah (nee Solomon). In her one-hundred and seventh year on Tuesday, April 19, 1994. Beloved wife of the late Abraham. Devoted mother and mother-in-law of Miriam and the late Saul Lazarus, Sarah and the late Sydney Marcovitch.and the late Beatrice. Loving grandmother of Howard and Sharon, Jack and Susan, Robert and Susan and Ena and Hugh, Michael and Rosanne and Mark. Sadly mourned by her eleven grandchildren. Funeral service from Paperman and Sons, 5605 Cote des neiges Road on Thursday, April 21, at 1:45 p.m. Burial at Adath Israel Congregation Cemetery, de la Savane. MORENCY, Eric After a lengthy illness at his residence on April 19, 1994. Eric Morencv In his sixty-fifth year. Dearly beloved husband of Agnes Sweeney. Loving father of Patrick (Barbara), Donna (Raymond Bertrand), James (Gina), and Nancy (Danny Ferns). Dear brother of Ernie and Dorothy. Aslo survived by loving grandchildren. Resting at the Fer-on's Funeral Home, 2035 Wellington St. Funeral Mass at St. Gabriel's Church on Friday, April 22 at 10 a.m. Interment Cote des Neiges Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. Visitation Wednesday and Thursday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ROACH, Margaret Louise (Sandy). At the Royal Victoria Hospital on April 17, 1994, aged sixty-seven years. Daughter of the late Gwendolyn and Leo Roach, Survived by her sister Nesta Roach of Belleville, Ontario, and her friend Marlon Meadows of Montreal. Funeral arrangements private. Remembrances may be expressed with donations lo the V.O.N. ivif.i.iii.n FROST, Dorothy (nee Eklovt). On Monday April 18, 1994. Beloved wife of Jacob Frost. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Harriet Frost and Robert Albanese. Cherished grandmother of Noa and Teva. Dear sister and sister-in-law of Jessie and the late Harry Eklove, Jean and the late Lou Katz, Sam Eklove, Miriam and Irving Eklove, Ruth and the late Robert Eklove, May and Adolphe Jack Frost, the late Gina (Frost) and the late Arthur Kemsley. Cousin to many loved ones and esteemed aunt of numerous nieces and nephews. A valued friend to all who knew her. Funeral service from Paperman and Sons, 5605Cote des Neiges Road on Wednesday, April 20 at 12:15 p.m. Burial at Shevat Achim Congregation Cemetery, de la Savane. Shiva private. GAGNON, Fernando Oscar. Died April 9, 1994 aged seventy three, at the Honore Mercier hospital in St. Hvaclnthe. Passed employee of the Town of Mount Royal. Husband of the late Josephine Gulheen, brother of the late Marie Paule. Survived by his wife Nancy May Lapierre and his sisters Denlse (Mrs. Eugene Blanchette), Claire, and brother Roland Gagnon. Funeral service took place at Magnus Poirier funeral home, Montreal on April 11. GOLDFARB, Nettle Marsha (nee Potash). On Tuesday, April 19.1994 after a courageous struggle. Beloved wife of the late George. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Len and Sandy, Murray and Andrea, Barbara and Don Bell of Toronto, and Susan of Florida. Dear sister of Phil, Saul, and Fanny. Cherished grandmother of Jillian, Geoffrey, David, and Mark. Her joie de vivre and friendship will be sorely missed. Special thanks to Dr. I. Hings and Dr. Phil Gold of the Montreal General Hospital, as well as the V.O.N, funeral service from Paperman and Sons 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Wednesday, April 20 at 11:30 a.m. Burial at the Pvthlan section, Mount Pleasant cemetery, Duvernav. Shiva strictly private. Donations may be made to the Oncology Department co Montreal General Hospital 1650 Cedar, H3G 1A4, 934-8230. GOODWIN-GUTTMAN, Jack (J.G.) On Tuesday, April 19, 1994. Beloved husband of Ann Gershonberg and the late Rae Goodman. Devoted and cherished father and father-in-law of Elsa and Murray Kotler, Michael and Shelley Goodwin. Dear brother of Sol (Sarah), Anne Neiman (the late Rubv) and the late Moe (Riva). Caring grandfather of Mitchell and Stephen Kotler, Maria and Richard Zipper and Jeffrey Goodwin. Sadly mourned by Shari, Stephen, Jason and Aly Hecht, Barbara Spanier, Betty and Jack Klar, Lillian Adelstein, the Goodman family, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends, business associates and all those whose lives he touched. Funeral service from Paperman and Sons 5605 Cote Des Neiges Road on Thursday, April 21 at 12:15 pm. Shiva at 5950 Cavendish Blvd. I 708. Donations may be made to the Ann and Jack Goodwin Endowment Fund co Jewish Community Foundation 735-3541. GROHOVACXenla (netMarkovic). At St. Mary's Hospital on April 18, 1994 at the age of seventy-seven years. Beloved wife of the late Stoian. Adored and cherished mother of Stella (Steven Macek), Mladen Grohovac (Jacqueline), Ned Grohovac (Sharon), Chris Grohovac (Monique). Loving grandmother to Isabelle Grohovac, Dr. Adrian Macek, Edward Grohovac, Dr. Daniel Macek, Svlvie Remillard, Richard Grohovac, Allan Grohovac, Matthew Grohovac, Jasmine Macek, Lilian Grohovac, Grace Grohovac, Christian, Janet and Gloria Grohovac, and great-grandmother to Joel, Christopher, Caroline and Andrea. Visitation at Urgel Bourgie Funeral Home, 745 Cremazie East, Montreal, Wednesday, April 20, 1994 from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service at the Croatian Catholic Church, St. Nicholas Tave-lic, 490 Place de la Savane on Thursday, April 21, 1994 at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers donations to Caritas in Zagreb, Croatia would be appreciated. GIVE A GIFT OF LIFE In memory of those you wish to honor in death help speed the day when cancer will kill no more! CANCER RESEARCH SOCIETY 1 Place Ville Marie, 2332, Montreal H3B 3M5 Tel: 861-9227 CARD OF THANKS MIGDALOHR CANADA expresses heartfelt condolences, to CLIFFORD TAITE upon the loss of his mother, RUTH TITELBAUM May the family be consoled along with all mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. Michael Prazoff, President OBITUARY f1 LOUISE THERRIEN At Gatineau, April 15, 1993. Louise Therrien, nurse (Bac in forty years nursing, McGill 1982). Daughter of Jean Jacques Therrien and Noella Bayard along with her parents she leave her sister Johanne, her brother Pierre, niece Lea and nephew Francois-Olivier, family and friends. IN MEMORIAM Verse Booklots are Available FREE By Calling Gazette Classified 987-2311 Verses are numbered making placement of your In tvfemorlaneasler. RUSSELL, Shirley. In loving memory of my mother, who passed away April 20, 1988. Every day in some small way. Memories of vou come my way, Silent tears and loving thoughts, Will be with me forever. Sadly missed and always remembered, vour daughter Wendi. STANIFORTH, Sheila (nee Little). In loving memory of a very dear friend who passed away April 20, 1990. Sweet Sheila, how I miss your sweet presence. Your gentleness, vour loving smile. It was such a great privilege to know you. You will never be forgotten, Sheila, In my heart and spirit you will live eternally. Until we meet again I want to say "I love you My thoughts and prayers are always with vou, May God grant vou eternal rest. Lovingly remembered by your friend Yolanda TAUGHER, (TUCKER) Margaret. In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away April 20, 1974. Always remembered bv Eunice and Beverley. TRACHTENBERG, Frelda. In loving memory of a devoted mother and cherished grandmother who passed away on 9 lYar, 1985. Always in our hearts, never forgotten. Sadly missed bv the Family. VINEBERG, Mortv. Passed away April 20, 1991. A concerned, considerate and gentle person. Warmly and affectionately remembered by Aunt Ray. WENER, Mildred. In loving memory of a dear wife and mother who passed away April 20, 1982. She was someone we could talk to No one can replace She was someone we could laugh with Til the tears ran down our face She was someone that we loved More as each year came to an end She was a wonderful wife and mother and most of all our friend. Joe Farlev, Perry, Maureen, Monty, namesake Matthew, Evan and Corv. WENER, Mildred. In loving memory of a dear sister, sister-in-law and aunt who passed away twelve years ago today. As long as life and memories last, You will always be remembered and sadly missed. Jerry, Nancy, Jason, Gillian, and Jamie. MEMORIAL SER VICES STOREY, Donald Robert. A memorial service will held at Mount Roval United Church, 1800 Graham Town of Mount Royal, Quebec on Thursday, April 21, 1994 at 3 p.m. Don Storey of Bermuda died March 4, 1994 in Montreal. traditional and rural people is "administratively naive and politically disastrous," commission chairman Lois O'Donoghue said a few days ago in a leaked letter to Keating. "We fail to comprehend how a land fund directed to the dispossessed can fail to cater for the needs of non-traditional, urban aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people," she said. Warning ihat the commission will oppose any land fund administration which divides "status and non-status indigenous Australians," she urged the government to expand the fund to finance urban housing, community centres and other social facilities for aboriginal people. Launching legal challenges Others are even more adamant that the Mabo case and the land-claims tribunal are a snare for aboriginal people. "What the Mabo case and the land-claims court are about is validation of European land ownership, not about native title," said Paul Coe, head of Aboriginal Legal Services, at his central Sydney office, Coe's organization is launching 1 3 legal challenges to the Mabo decision on the grounds that it is too narrow and still gives government the right to take their land if compensation is paid. "We are a captive, powerless people," he said. "We are totally dependent on welfare because they have taken our land and didn't give us the resources to live our lives. The feeling of powcrlessness in the face of the dominant culture is totally frustrating." i Australia debates aborigine ruling Judgment might take 300,000 out of political limbo JONATHAN MANTHORPE S0UTHAM NEWS IN MEMORIAM MORTIMER MARCUS VINEBERG In loving of a dear husband, father, grandfather and best friend who fassed away April 20, 1991. our love of family formed the heart of an unusual ability to separate the important from impermanent and was the source of a generous and unequalled integrity. We know you are watching over us, guiding and delivering us a little further up the hill. You, with your special strength and perseverance so bravely climbed without thought of surrender or retreat. In darkness as In light we stand together as the bonds forged between us are infinite and eternal. The results of which you and mom so lovingly created. Your presence is always near, illuminating new spaces within our hearts and providing sustenance for the unknown journey ahead. Your spirit lives unconquered and your memory deeply touches all who love you. Sadly missed and always loved and remembered by wife Sally, sister Anne, daughters June, Adele and Hanna, sons David, Ari, Elliot and Jeffrey, grandchildren Allysha, Alana, Maddle, Rebecca and Arielle. Rest in peace Shalom. SYDNEY, Australia More than 300 years after Europeans discovered Australia, the country's High Court has ruled that there were people here before the white explorers arrived. The landmark judgment has given the 300,000 Australian aborigines a legal footing that might begin to take them out of the cultural, political and social limbo in which they have lived since the explorers decided the island continent was "terra uninhabited land containing only people whose culture they did not understand and, therefore, chose to ignore. Receives soma plaudits But although Prime Minister Paul Keating has received some plaudits for beginning to redress the persecution of aborigines through federal legislation and the establishment of a claims tribunal, there is no broad consensus that he has opened the door to change. On the other hand, the case in which the federal High Court decided that Eddie Mubo had native title to land on the Murray Islands in the Torres Strait off Australia's north coast has unleashed a blunt reaction from white Australians, especially in the mining and cattle industries, who wonder how far aboriginal claims to land or compensation will go. "We just have an incredible legal morass that's going to cost a lot of jobs and a lot of investment and do very little to advance aboriginal interests," federal opposkion spokes- OBITUARY ROBERT LEGGET, C.C. It Is with great regret, and yet rejoicing, that we announce to his many friends the death of Robert F. Legget at the age of eighty-nine years, at the Riverside Hospital, Ottawa on Sunday April 17, 1994. For fifty-three years he was the devoted husband of his wife Mary who died in 1 984. He is survived by his son David and his wife Carole, grandson Duncan and grand-daughter Elizabeth, all of Toronto; by his sister Lucy and her husband Ernest of Lancaster, England; and by nephews and nieces in Canada, U.S.A., Scotland and England. A Native of Liverpool (of Scottish Parents), and a graduate of its University in Civil Engineering In 1925, he came to Canada in 1929 and was proud of his Canadian citizenship. Appointed to the order of Canada in 1 967, when it was established, he was promoted to the Rank of Companion in 1989. A professional Civil Engineer and Geologist; he was also a Historian and author (Rideau Waterway being one of his best known books). He worked on construction projects In Scotland and Canada for eleven years and then taught Civil Engineering at Queen's University and the University of Toronto for another eleven years. He was then called to Ottawa to start in 1947, the Division of Building Research of the National Research Council of which he was director until 1969, when he retired. He received many honours, culminating in his election In 1 987 as the founding president of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, but his continuing joy was in his family and friends. Friends may call at the Central Chapel of Hulse. Playfalr and McGarry, 315 McLeod Ottawa, on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Wednesday form 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held at Christ Church Cathedral, (Sparks at Branson) on Thursday April 21 at 2 p.m. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers memorial donations to the Anglican Diocese of the Arctic, 1 055 Ave. Road, Toronto, Ontario, would be appreciated. 1 4

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