Charles Death Article con'd on Page 12. The Chilliwack Progress. 16 Dec 1964
C A. Barber Dies (Continued from Page 1 member of both CWNA .ind forerunner of the present B (. Weekly Newspapers Association. Association. Following his ret.re-ment ret.re-ment ret.re-ment as an active pubhshei he was made an honorary l.fe BCWNA. In 1935 he represented tie weekly newspapers of Canada al the Fifth Imperial Press conference held in London. England, and in South Africa Mr. and Mrs. Barber returned from South Africa via Sou'!: America and the West Indies His first wife passed away in 1936. He subsequently married Mrs. A. Laurie Gibson, Gibson, of Calgary, who predeceased predeceased him in 1959. In 1946 Mr. Barber leased The Progress to his son Leslie Leslie E. Barber. Lt. Col. D. J Baldwin and Cecil Hacker In 1949 L. E Barber purchased the paper, publishing it unl 1962. Mr Barber .s suivived by his son Leslie, of Salt Spring Island; three grandchildren, and one s.sier in Wmgham. Ontario Civic dignitaries and many .segments of the community were represented at the funeral service held Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. from Chilliwack United Church. Cremation followed. The service was conducted by Rev. R. W. Bray and a former minister of the church, Rev. Geoffrey Glover, D.D. Pallbearers were Mayor T. T. McCammon, W. Lyle Mac-ken, Mac-ken, Mac-ken, Harry D Hipwell. Aid F. A Matheson, Eric Brolin and Cecil Hacker. Henderson's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. arrangements.