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and a life member of both the Portage Curling Club and the Mani­ toba Curling Association.

In his chosen profession) he is a Bencher of the Law Society and is currently Honorary Secretary of the Law Society; is a past President of the Central Bar Association, a member of the Manitoba Bar Association and Canadian Bar Association and is the founder and Chairman of the Annual Manitoba Bar Association Bonspiel.

Mr. Greenberg is married and one son, David, is in partnership with him in the law. practice; another son, Barry, is presently attending the University of Manitoba.

Joseph Charles Miller, Q.C. was born August 17th, 1894, at Portage la Prairie and received his basic education here.

After studying law, he was called to the Bar of Manitoba on July 3rd, 1918, and was appointed K.C. in 1931.

Mr. Miller is President of the Portage Ia Prairie Mutual Insurance Company, and held the position of director of Central Mortgage and Housing Corpora tion for a time. He has also been associ a ted with the Public Utilities Board for Manitoba, and is Past President of Portage Industrial Exhibition Association.

Joseph C. Miller, Q.C.

In the '30s, Mr. Miller contributed a valuable service to the city as a member of the City Council, and also as Mayor of Portage la Prairie. He is a member of the firm of Miller, Miller & Miller;

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