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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. Gardiner Fu- neral Home, 178 Kennedy Street at York, with Dr. He joined the Lanarkshire Constab- ulary at the age of 18 years, and on retiring in 1913, emigrated to Canada. WILLIAM JAMES CRUICKSHANK On December 12, 1964, Mr. You can be good by the grace of God, or good for nothing without Him. Hell is not necessarily something people want, but the road that leads there, they deliberately take. ROBERT HAROLD DAVIS At Calgary, December 10th, 1964, Robert Harold, aged 58 years, beloved husband of Joyce A. The Gospel is that man is free to choose heaven or hell. ADA BLANCHE GUEST On December 12, 1964, at Win- nipeg, Mrs.
A memorial service will be held Monday (today) in Mordue Bros. (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. (Beryl) Chap- man of Winnipeg and two broth- ers, S. I really didn't know that any educated preachers believed In hell any more. You can see it all around you in the empty, purposeless lives of people who have no faith and no cause. Wheeler expanded in the mid- 1950s to help construct the Dis- tant Early Warning (DEW) Line but since has multi-engined planes. Burial in the As- sumption Section, Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens. He was Chairman of the Winnipeg Police Pensioners As- of arrangements. 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.