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Wednesdoy, January 23, 1974 CLASSIFICATION DIRECTORY c Vital Statistics, 1. Adoptions 3. Births J. Deaths 4. Obituaries - 5. Lost . 4. Found Notices! ' 13. In AAamorlams -. 14. Anniversary Masse ' 15. Carat of ThanU 14. Funeral Directors , 17. Cemetery Memorials "a Cemetery Lots ' 8. Societies and Lodges l. Churches 30. Florists . 21. Cemeteries -39. Druggists Open Sunooy 30. Service Stations Services i 33. Banquets and Portltf 34. Take-Out Food" 33. Where to Go 36. Hotels and Motels 37. Beauty Salons . 38. Nursing Homes 39. Gardening and Landscaping 40. An.bu.anc6 Service 54. Apartments to Let 55. Furnished Apartments to Let 54. Apartments wanted 57. Houses. Garden Homes 58. Furnished Apartments Wonted - 59. Sutlets 60. Rooms to Let " St. Rooms Wanted . M.-'Boom and Board 62 A, .Share Accommodation .. . 63. Business Opportunities 64. Industrial Properties.. 65. Prupertv ivr Sale 66. Property tor Rent 67. Property Wanted 68. Income Property 69. Commercial Property 70. Out of Town Property 7. Farms for Sale 72. Farms for Rent 73. Forms Wanted to Buy 74. Cottages tor Sale 75. Cottages tor Rent 76 Cottaoes Wanteo 77. Cottage Lots for Sale 78. Warehouse Space 79. Oftices to Let 80. Offices Wanted to Let 81. Stores to Let 82. Stores Wanted to Let 83. Resorts 85. Hunting and Fishing Articles: 87. Ski Corner 88. Snowmobiles 89. Snow Blowers 90. Bicycles 91. Cameras. Photo Supplies' 92. Articles for Sale 93. Articles Wonted ; 9J. Articles tor Rent 95. Articles for Swap 96. Antiaues and Fine Art . 97. Firewood and Fuel 98. Market Baske 99. Machinery ana Eaulpment . 100. Pet Stock 101. Livestock and Poultry. ' 102. Stomps and Coins 103. Hobbies 104. Boats and Motors 106. Campers' Supplies 107. Musical Supplies 108. Radio - Television 109. Household Appliances Autos. lO" Auto Leasing :2ffr Autos tor Sole lip Autos Wonted 12 Auto Accessories irr sports Cars 12J; Xuto Parts rrucir' ' ITsV'Trucks for Sole 13-Truck Bodies, Port! lUVTrucks Wanted TraFtvti trailers for Sole lit Trailers tor Rent lit .Mobile Homes lor Sole ljfc. Mobile Homes lor Rent 137. Mobil. Homes Moved 13. Mobile Home Parks . 139. Mobile Homes Exchanged hrio 145. Motorcycles for Sole IJ6. motorcycles ror Km, 147. Scooters for Sal. 148. Scooters for Rent' Misc.llan.ous: 151. Garaqes 152. Parking Space 153. winterizing . 157. Houses tor Sale IS). Real Estate Services 159. Condominiums 160. Furnished Houses to Let 161. Furnished Houses Wanted . to Let ' 162. Houses Wonted to Let 163. Houses Wantad to Buy mwm) 1 ivy: 176. Personol Memos 177. Transportation Available '78. Transportation Wnnted 79. Camps Bovs' and Girls' ID 185. Financing 164, Money Wonted 187. Money Available 188. Mortgages 189. Investments ,90. Patents and Copy C 340. Restaurant - Hot.l Help 241. Help Wanted 242. Salespersons and Agent! 343. Positions Vacant 244. Professional Services 246. Hospital Help wanted 247 Employment Wanted 344. Domestic H.lp 3 9. Teachers Wunted 350. Tuition 251. Trad. Schools iMr-Bobv" 23t.BOl 1tZ Avcllont 24-At Vour tarvlc I aLM The Ottawa Journal : iXhs Today and f tomorrow TODAY Kopernik exhibition of books and photos, National Library, until 9 p.m. Blood donor clinic, Centra!' Mortgage and- Housing Corporation, MontreafRoad, 1.30 to 4.30 p.m. .', Ottawa BoysClub. SOth anniversary party, 412 Nepean St., 6.30 p.m. - Winter camping and survival techniques, free talk, Nicholas Street hostel, 7.30 p.m. Hull school board meeting, 122 St. Laurent St., 7.30 p.m. NAC Orchestra concert, Student series, NAC Opera, 7.30 p.m. . , Carleton Roman Catholic separate school board English-language parent communications - committee, .1695 Merivale Rd., 8 p.m. Carleton board of education Frenc h-language advisory committee, 4 Thorncliffe PI., 8 p.m. ' ' " Carleton board of education management committee, 4 Thorncliffe Ph, 8 p.m. Ottawa board of education school advisory committee for Agincourt Public School, 1250 Agincourt Rd., 8 p.m. - Nicolaus Copernicus, pa geant,' NAC Studior 8'p.m, .C 0 mm. u n i l.y Nursing Registry ' general meeting, election of officers to the board of directors,' Rooms IS and 16, OPD, Civic Hospital, 8 p.m. The Resistible Rise of Ar-turo Ui, NAC Theatre, 8 p.m. TOMORROW Kopernik exhibition of books and photos, National Library 9 a.m. .to 9 p.m. r Pierre Lapointe exhibition of graphic painting, Room 070 Morisset Hall, University of Ottawa, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 7 to 10 p.m. . --1 " King Kong, filmTTIationaT Library auditorium, 7.30 p.m. Canadian sculpture, talk, National Gallery, 8 p.m. ' Corrections and the Community: the Volunteer's Role in Rehabilitation, lecture, Room 100, St. Patrick's College, Carleton University campus, 8 p.m. . . Gatineau Point council meeting, Hotel de Ville, 5 du Progres St., S p.m. The Resistible Rise of Ar-turo Ui, NAC Theatre, 8 p.m. NAC Orchestra concert, NAC Opera, 8.30 p.m. The Curse of the Werewolf, film, National Library auditorium, 9.30 p.m. I, Announcements Births AN DERSON Terry and Helen are proud to announce -the -ar- rival of Adam Christopher Lee, 6 lbs. IS ozs., on Jan. 20, 19Z4. A brother.for Marie, Carolyn and Julie. Thanks to Dr. Harris and the caseroom staff at the Grace Hospital. BRASCOUPE Simon and Margaret (nee Dorion) are de-' lighted to announce the birth of Sarah Ruth, 5 lbs., 7 ozs., born 4.53 a.m., Jan. 22, 1974, at the Ottawa General Hospital; 8th grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. "J. O. Dorion. Special thanks to Dr. Joly. BROWN lan and Judy (nee Usher) are pleased to an nounce the arrival of their second child, a son, on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1974, at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, Alberta. CORBY Bob and Colleen an nounce the arrival of a baby boy, on Jan. 21, 1974, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Anoth- ef hockey player for Rob and Greg. Mother fine, father hys terical GUPTA Kamlesh and Aruna arc happy to announce the birth of their son, Deepak, 8 lbs., 8 ozs., on Jan. 20, 1974, at the Ottawa General Hospital GROVER, Joan Eleanor Sud- deTtlrTar'hrmierJoarr'Eleanorr59r-593-593 -bob mi -624"632 Howard, beloved wile of Jonn Grover. Service at Christ Church, Bells Corners Thursday, Jan. 24, at 10 a.m. Cre mation to follow. Births HARPER Bob and Marian (nee Hobart) are happy to an-, nounce the arrival of their ' daughter at Brockville Gener al Hospital, Jan. 18, 1974. A sister for Robbie and great- granddaughter for Mrs. M. T. Hobart and Mrs. Claude Harper HINDLE "John and Carol (nee ' MacFarlane) welcome the ar- . rival of their daughter, Julie r Ann, weighing 8 lbs., 8 ozs., at 1 p.m., Monday, Jan. 21, 1974, at the Civic hospital. HODGINS-Robert Blake made his long expected appear ance 'Sunday, Jan. 20, 1974, weight 9 lbs. 3 ozs.; proud parents, Lee and Sylvia, are doing ' fine, thanks to Drs. - Smith and Gluck, and Civic Hospital case room staff. HYLAND - Mr. and . Mrs. Geoffrey Hyland (nee Heather Hutton) are happy to an nounce the safe arrival of their daughter, Erica Leigh, Jan. 16, 1974, at Dufferin Area Hospital," Orangeville, Ont. ROBINSON - Derek and Pat (nee Howard), proudly announce the birth cf their first child, a son, James Howard, on Jan. 18, 1974. Thanks to Dr. JJeardall and caserpornstaff of Ottawa Civic. ' . - -. . " SEGUIN - Paul and Anita hap pily announce the birth of their son, Jan. 23, 1974. Thanks to Dr. Soucie and staff at Montfort Hospital. aAKiAiu ien ana manon (nee Whitley) are pleased to announce the birth of their L son, James Edward Raymond, on Friday, Jan. 18, 1974, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Thanks to Dr: G: T. Carson. SLENO Mr. and MrsTDoriald . Sleno of Ottawa are pleased to announce the birth of their second child. A daughter, Sa-bina Angela, 8 lbs., 9 ozs., Tuesday 7.02 a.m. Jan. 15, 1974. A sister for Jason Edward. YOUNG John and Margaret (Neil) are happy to announce j' the birth of their daughter Kathleen Rose, on Jan. 19,; -1974 at Alert Bay Hospital.! B.C. First grandchild for Supt. j and Mrs. L. E. Young, Ottawa i and Mr. and Mrs.. Stewart Neil, Appleton. Deaths BLIMK1E, Mary In Renfrew on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1974, Mary Frier, in her 90th year, wife of the late Albert Blimkie; dear mother to Clara (Mrs. Alex Yerich), Rita (Mrs. August Hanniman), Al-Jre-lwandBert,gllflf Renfrew; dear sister to Mrs. Bertha - Mhusk, Kingston; and Miss Mardella Frier; Toronto; 18 grandchildren, five great grandchildren. Visitations at the Goulet Funeral Home, 310 Argyle St., S., Renfrew. Celebration of the Eucharist at the Church of Our Lady of Fatima, Friday Jan. 25, at 10 a.m. Entombment parish vault. BOUCHER, Lila In hospital, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1974, Lila Watterson, of Manotick, in her 87th year. Beloved wife of the late John Alexander Boucher; dear mother of Alice (Mrs. Garland Graham), .Stittsville; Eileen (Mrs. Charlie Duncan), Osgoode; Willa (Mrs, Ernest Wripht), Arnprior; Laura (Mrs. Roland Ashman), Art and Percy, all of Manotick; George, John' and Bob, all of Ottawaf also survived by 31 grandchildren and ei?ht great grandchildren. Resting at the Cummings Funeral Home, North Gower. Funeral service will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. in St. James Anglican Church, Manotick. Interment Elmview cemetery. . Journal Box Replies A 426 451 4S8 459 479 518 537 552 J53 573 576 578 641 651 669 660 678 683 Replies mailed Jan. 22, 1974 A 533 540 550 570 593 603 608 615 625 626 C33 634 637 638 640 643 647 656 657 66! 662 66 668 669 670 672 677 679 680 Deaths CASS, Harry At the Smith Hospital; Hawkesbury, Ont., in his 86th year, on Jan. 21,, 1974, Harrison Edward Cass, beloved " husband of Lenora Mary Marston, ' of Cassburn, Ont.; dear father sof James and Lewis, of Ottawa; Margaret (Mrs. S. M. Henderson), of Montreal; al-' so survived by nine grand-- children and many nieces and nephews. Resting at 'Hill-crest Funeral Home, corner Of Bond and Stanley Sts., Vankleek Hill. Funeral, serv- -ice . at Cassburn United , Church, Thursday, Jani 24, at 2 p.m. HURLEY, Anna In hospital on Wednesday, Jan. 23, : 1974, Anna Kossatz, age 46, beloved wife of Eugene Hurley, of 381 Main St.; dear mother of Dale (Mrs. Doug Henderson) and Alissa; ' dear daughter of Mr?, da Koatz; a ar sister, of Edward Mrsr Hilda Bren-nan Mrs. Edna Ward and Miss Elsie Kossatz. Resting at the Kelly Funeral ' Home, 585 Somerset St., (centre town). - Funeral . Friday to Canadian Martyrs Church for mass at 10.30 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. LAMOUREUX, Henry Fi Of; St. Andre Road,' St. Bernard ' de Lacr'.le. Que., died Monday, Jan. 21. 1974, in the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, following a long illness, age 65, bon in Clarence, On;., son of the late William and Emma Lamoureux, live, jn Ottawa Ea;t for 35 years, a veteran of the Canadian Army he served 18 years with the Royal Canadian Engineers, upon completion of his army service he served with Canadian Customs Service and retired Feb. 1973; survived by his, widow Arlene (Miner) Lamoureux; 3 son Archie and three daughters Louise, wife of Laurent- Xamourcux- ofNapier-villo, Que. ; Denyse and Suzan, bo'Ji of St. , Bernard da La-colle; one brother Nelson La-mourevx, o Pla;ervil'.e, Ca- 3. aeams li.'.; four si-ters Irene Lamou- . , reux, 0' New York City; Ida, -wife of Thcmss Davies, oi MORRIS, John (Jack) In hos-Ciierry Valley, Mass.; Mrs.! pital en Monday, Jan. 21, 1974, Annie' Bi-.-onnett;, of Hull, Qu;.; an. Mr-.' E.nnia Mistier. 0' Maryiville, Wash. The uin.ii si w-:l' be held Friday Inm the Laplante Funeral Hjiiu- Lajolle, Que., 'with a mavs at St. Bernard Church, St. B.vnar.' do Lacolle, at 1 p.m. Burial will be in the veterans cemetery,. P 0 i n t e Claire, Que. Visi:fng hours, 1-10 p.m. Wedic?day and Thursday. LAVIGNE, Mr. Theodore (Ted) On Jan. 21, 1974, aged 68 years, of Cook Road, Lucerne; beloved husband of Jeannette Cousineau; father of Roily, Hector, Vancouver; Mayland, Ottawa;f.,.Gerald. Touraine; M ic he 1 , Lucerne; Robert, Hull; Conrad and Bernie at home; Mrs. Beatrice Martin, Ottawa; Mrs. Jean Poole, Hull; Mrs. Cecile Joly, Des-chenes; Mrs. Aline Young. Lucerne; Mrs Claudette Black, Lucerne; Drotner ot jonn, : lyillici , cugai, . v tfiiiuuvci , Mrs. Marie Cummings Saskatoon; Mrs. Maud Kelly, Hull; Mrs. Jack Kelly, Ottawa; Mrs. Eileen Brennan, Buckingham; 22 grandchildren. Resting at Lionel Emond and Son Inc., 271 St. Joseph Blvd., Hull. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 24, at 10 a.m. at' St. Paul's Church, Aylmer. parish cemetery. Interment MARSHALL, Ida M. - In hospital. Carl-ton Place, Ont., on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 1974, ; Ida M. Marshall, ' beloved 'wife of the late Samuel Mar shall; dear mother of Dorothy (M s. ' i lim W"hb.O. Leonard, Allan and Edward, all of Carleton Place; also survived by numerous grandchildren, in her 88th year. Resting at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Ave. West, Carleton Place, after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Service in St. James Anglican Church Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Auld Kirk cemetery, Almonte. In lieu of - flowers, donations may be mada to the"charity of your choice. Journal Want Ads bring quick results. Deaths MATTER, Jeremiah (Jerry) In hospital, on . Wednesday, Jan. 23, 1974, Jerry Matier, : beloved husband of Mabel ., Flavelle, 691 Chapman Blvd.; father of Thomas, Montreal; and Desmond, Ottawa; brother of Mrs. A. Gracey, ! Florida; Mrs. J. Tweedie.i England; and Mrs Roy Rober-, ton, Maryland. Resting Huls-e and Playfair. Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St., after 6 p.m. Thursday. Service Friday. 10 a.m.- Interment , Pinecrest cemetery In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. McALINDON, Meriam In hospital . on Tuesday, Jan. 22, , 1974, Meriam Spratt. beloved wife of James McAlindon, 7 David Drive, in her S9th year; daughter of Mrs. Norman Spratt of Kemptville; mother of Hugh, Hamilton, Ont.; sister of Mrs. Wilbert Boyce ' (Alice), South Gloucester. Resting at Hu'se and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave., between Woodroffe and Comp- ton. bervice Friday at 10 a.m. Interment Johnstons Corners cemetery. Friends desiring to send a ' memorial tribute may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. McGILLIS, William Bill) - In hospital, Ottawa, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1974, in his 62nd year. William Joseph McGiIlis,,of 35 Woodridge Cr.', Ottawa (formerly of Pembroke); beloved husband of Evelyn; dear fa- thpr nf rjhiun IMre Rappia Sutherland), of Pembroke and Rod McGillis, Ottawa; grand-.'ather of Shelly, Scott and S e a n ; brother of Lioyd McGillis, of Smiths Falls; and Rita (Mrs. Harold Tallman), Points .-Claire, Que. Resting Malcolm and Deavitt Funeral Home, 141 Renfrew St., Pembroke. Service , in the chapel Thursday, Jan. 24, at 2 p.m. ilntermentjillcrest cemetery Smiths Falls. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Ontario Heart Foundati n appreciated. : John (Jack) Morris, age 57 (former locomotive engineer for CNR) nf 7 Sellwood Ave., Lapreol, Ont. Beloved husband of Catharine Mary Kelly; dear father of Karen, Ot-i tawa; dear brother of Ed- i mund, Garsori, Ont., Ernest! and Gorman, both of Old Chelsea, Martin and Gerald both of Low, Que.. Christina: (Mrs. Mathias Diotte), of Low; and Mary (Mrs. Connor Hendrick), of Old Chelsea. ' Predeceased by brother hso. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre Town), from 2-8 p.m. Tuesday. Then to rest at the Jacksorr Barnard Funeral) Home, Sudbury, after 2 p.m.! :, Wednesday. FunerajThursday to OiirXady 0! PeaJe ChurchT Capreol for mass. Interment parish cemetery. Donations to the Canadian-Cancer Society appreciated. o'GRADY, Joseph L. In hos pital, Barrys Bay, on Mon day, Jan. 21, 1974, in his 74th year, Joseph O'Grady, be- loved husband of Teresa Cos-1 tdlli Actttr- falkar nf Da.nipA' (Mrs. Jack Billings), Barrys i Bay; dear brother of (Nellie)! Mrs. H. Reid and Michael. Friends may call at the Gou-! let Funeral Home, Barrys i Bay. Funeral Thursday to St. Lawrence O'Toole Church, for mass at 10.30 a.m. Interment parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Francis Memorial Hospital will be appreciated. PANASIUK, John - In hospital on Monday, Jan. 21, 1974, John Panasiuk, age 80 years, beloved husband of Mimi Warda, of 328 Somerset East, and of the late A n a si a s i a Mojsej by first marriage, dear grandfather of Jane, Bet ty Ann, Steve.! John, and William James; father-in-law of Mrs. Monique Panasiuk, Ot-I tawa. Friends may call at the! M c E v o y Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St. Funeral f Thursday .in St. John -the Baptist Church (Carling Ave.), mass 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. Prayers Tues. and Wed. 8 p.m. in the funeral home. 3. . Deaths O'LEARY James In hospital, on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1974, James O'Leary, age 78 yean, employee of The Ottawa .Journal tor 25 years: beloved husband of Blanche Lemieux; 'dear brother of Mrs. Emile Leclerc (Mary) Ottawa. Also survived by several nephews nnd nieces. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 260 Besserer St.-Funeral service Friday, Jan. 25, to St. Joseph's Church, at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. PEAKE, Beulah Pearl In hospital on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1974, Beulah Shore, beloved' wife of Donald C. Peake; dear mother of Mrs. Orville Boville (Elizabeth), Ottawa; and Mrs. - James . Dumbrell (Constance), . Detroit; sister of Leslie Shore, Belleville; and Maynard Shore, Vista, Calif.; also survived by seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd., "at RooseveltService in the Tubman Chapel Thursday, 11 a.m. . Interment Beech wood 1 cemetery. ' PETRIZZO, Rosa : In hospital .on Monday, Jan. 21, 1974. Rosa Riisso, age 42, of 270 Preston St. Widow of Giuseppe Petrizzo; dear mother of Giovanna; dear sister of Micliele, Vincenzo, Giuseppe and Josephine (Mrs.;Antonio - Garone). Resting at the Kelly ' Funeral Hom 585 Somerset ! St. (Centre Town). Funeral' Thursday to" St. Anthony's Church for mass at 10 a.m. In-' terment Notre . Dame : ceme- i RADING, William L. (Larry) -Suddenly in hospital,, on Tues- day, Jan. 22, 1974, William-Lawrence .(Larry) " Rading. i' ' age 60 years, of 2042 Corry. St., beloved husband of Win- j nifred Harris; dear father of Brian and Carl, both of Ot-; tawa; brother of Mrs.-1 FtedT Horton (Gertie), and Mrs Earl'j Wilson (Evie) Resting Hulse4-and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 Mcl eod St. Service Friday at 11 ajn. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. . Friends ' i!ecii'ig to send a memnri?!, tribute, may donate to the On- " tario Heart Fcundatio.', i Nicholas St., Ottawa. RC1D. Harriet Lillian Chapman On Monday, Jan. 2J, 1974, at Toronto, w'(e of George A"v.nnd-'r R id (former'iV e ' ib- an. bt . Bo-, bst e d ii- .' S. -p . i 0ec- c"- stitfiviii.. Ottowa of 452 Balhol St., Toronto). 82.i4. Lo.-ge rewa-d At the Flineial Chapel Of iblTacK mal. Labrador7"3 years "old." no. A. W. Miles 30 St. Clair) eomr, market orec 333-8059. 234-.6i?.- Ave. Weot, Toronto. Service black sni.i wtm Pomeranian aii.. 011 Weanesaay aiternOOn at o'clock. Interment Mount i , . i-i i Pleasant Cemetery. Flower gratefully declined. ROSEMAN, Owen L. President! ui uvrm- maiiu i.iu,, l T 1 f r T A formerly of Auckland, New Zealand. In hosoital. Wednes-' daV. Jan. 23 1974. in his 59th year, Owen Roseman, beloved husband of Ellen Stokes; dear f p-ier op Ciro'e Mrs. L.OI1 - -Silt7H '.- g h 'f " th r " Heather and Freddy all . 01 uuawa, utui iivuivi u, ri..,u r;,v; , t.,. - David Ritchie (Jean), Ot New Zealand. Patient sufferer Plavfair Central Chapel, 315 . . , , McLeod St. Funeral service at Rideau Park United Church, Alta Vista Drive, Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. iMemorial Ionatioiis mat, Ka fnaHa t.t tKjS Qlipinrc Children's Hosp'tal, Montreal. co William Sparks, 75 Breezehill Ave., Ottawa. W".SON, Martha Louise -For- rester In hospital on Sun- day, Jan. 20, 1974. Martha Louise Forrester Prince (Mae), beloved wife of the late Reginald C. Wilson, formerly of 321 McLeod St.; daughter of the Ute Professor E. E. and Mrs. Prince; sister of the late Mrs, J. B. Mason (Rose) and the late Edward Prince. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. where friends may call from 10.30. a.m.-12.30 p.m., Thursday. Funeral service and committal in the chapel at 3 p.m. Thursday. In lieu of flowers, friends may donate to the Canadian Save the Children Fund. YATES, Auralie Marjorie On Monday, Jan. 21, 1974, in a 1 i . I i i i nuISing JlOmeaJter.lengthyL?WN and black puppy on Monday. Illness, Auralie, beloved daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George W. Yates; sister of the late Dr. H. A. Yates. Interment - Mount Pleasant cemetery, London, Ont. . p : Deaths YOUNGCLISS, George F. At . 1 ""'S . St. Francis General Hospital, Smiths Falls, Ont., on .. Tuesday,! Jan. 22. 1974, George F. Youngcliss, in his 82nd year. Beloved husband of Jessie Vivian Brockwell; dear father of Joan (Mrs. Jack Mandevllle), of Smiths Falls; dear brother of Merle of Williamstown. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, 112 Beckwith St. N., Smiths Falls, where funeral ' service will be conducted on Thursday, Jan: 24, at 2 p.m.- Interment Hillcrest cemetery. ; , HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED Metier, Jeremleh (Jerry) .McAlindon. AA.rl.rn. Radino, William L. (Larry) Wilson, AAartha Louis. Forrester, Rosem.n, Owen L. C ; ra) Cnatci West nucei 233 1143 728 1761 VEITCH DRAPER LIMITED : FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKDALE CHAPEL - 728-4673 BANK ST. CHAPEL .- 236-0668 McEVOY-SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337. . Locally . owned cud operated Nt.vs and announcemenli ' 6 p.m., CKOY VICE & CRAIG LTD. - FUNERAL HOMES METCALFE WINCHESTER CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 ....... J J . . ,; .' , One cmvenient telephone number serves ail 3 locations lost BELT, red figured, dress material, ierae cold cl-cular buckle. 7294127. Bl ACK palent ,noM ,n blKk sh0. baa, Glencalrn-Woodland Avenue. Re ward 722-1535. Blacky. Richmond-Twin Elm area. Reword. 36 5!22 BROOCH, turquoise and brilliants. Fos-1 i.k.M.cL.rin to. ing east, wepsait.. CIVIC "rntre area, man's Rodostari ....l.....t.K .u,u D.uanl 711. ' 3412. ' , .: --t : . . . EstALLOPEU Sliver eageo oiacpt lace ymnts. hr-ebcor!. h 1 dnvd! Nepecn sporlspex. . k--ki. 739 '428 FEMALE, black," labrador, one-year- Sunday, 334-3695. gold signet ring, boy's, tost Frw.v, 0(m . . .. . . . GOLDEN .ternM. S' furday, Jen. oco. -'0" high, lost 'I. Brcnscn-Somersot. ; GOLDEN, tan lemale, white neck and pJws. Close family pet. Answers to! B J; 5 I rtT lt.,mm thnrt.hjilrH PrtirtfeT. Wo- ' i-jWi a lbs., dark brown. , white flecked chest and rump. an- swe's to the nT. ouk. ir.mniviiie' .rZ. aVw SiiSrSri , ntT r..w , M. caningwood. Rewamd. 72H795. 1 Lj JJ,V7e,I,,, tJJ'l,t b JA "of 5oTtr.!7-? ,-, ''--u 1 . , in! folders and a sum of money, lost to days. 2?4-19-i. . MALE Slherlcn, Hack 'ind silver, blue, eves, 0 mcnths. Rewarc. 32-isis; ;37-964t. MAN'S Hamilton wrltwotch, vicinity Fairbanks and Fost. Reward. 733-1110. SOUTH Gloucester, large orange tabby cat. Small reward. 123-1134. WALLET, souvenir of Banff, Friday, In or neor Waterloo Music Store, Car-lira Avenue. Tflephon. Arnprior col ' lect, 1-423-3834. R.ward. TWO doos, one black female resembles 1 Labrador; mala mixed terrier, black, brown, white, Aylmer. 444-7599 after 4. . ....... . . WHITE.. small shaggy dog, mal., lost Jan. i, Westgat. area, no questions askftd. Reward. After 4 pm. 129- 1075. YOUR pet may be ot the Humane Society shelter. Visit shelter to moke sura. 725-3144. . 1974 409 Free Air TNT, snowmobile, Danford Lake area, Jan. 13. Reward. ' 447-4104 at.w.w. Found BEAGLE, black, whit., brown, female. Bathgate Drive, Ogllvy Road. 744-5445. , BLACK matal cas. containing man's' photograph found Bayshor.. 434-3379. altar 4. MAN'S gold vrtdding ring, initials and date. Lyons Arena. 124-4544 after S p.m. RINGS found, Southmlniter United United Church, Tuesday, Jan. t, 134- 1440. . - , . 503-3711 13. In Memorloms owe - Jovlr m.mory of Okk Tav or. who deoarled Jtn 93. 1.75. Evr rem.mbr.d. " -Wlf. VWlt. - DUNN'NG In nwitfory of a dear husband and fottiar, Carlaton Crolg -Dunning, who died Jon. 23, 1971. The rolling streem of lif. flow, on. But still th. vacant chair Recalls the love, the voice and smil. Of on. who one. sat thare. Wif. AA.rlon and Family. FREDERICK, Louis.' In memory of a friend, who passed - away Jon. 21, 1972. -Charles. ' GARDNER In memory of Art Gardner, who passed away Jan. 23, 1973. Sad and sudden was th. coll. So dsorly loved by on. and oil;' His m.mory Is os tweet today As In the hour h. passed away. Wlf. Eva. . ' GRAY in loving memory of our door -father ond grondfotrwr, Eiwood Low. son Gray, who passed away Jan. 33, . 1973. A loved one gone, his loss wa mourn, ' Behind In sadness left. Yet sorrow not as those forlorn. Of every hope bereft. He lov.d us w:i, he mod. our will The obect of his car.. As dawn our youth h. bad. us knel. And seek the Lord In prayer His love for Jesus- has taken him , home, To meet his Lord In heaven. - -His presence here on .orth Is missed. But In our hearts his lov. lives -on. - Sadly missed. L a w s o n ond Frances,- Date, . Sheila. Shirley ond Grandchildren. GRAY In loving memory of o dear husband, Eiwood Lowson Gray, who esssrd away Jan. 23, 1973. ove's greatest gift Remembrance. Olive. LAROSE In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Charles BonnerLorose, who died.Jiu33,; 1963. You are not forgotten loved one. . Nor will you ever be. As long os life and memory lost. We will remimoer thee Daughter Yvonne. Woody and Grandchildren, David, Debbie and . Darlcn.. AAcKNGHT In fond ond"lovlng memory of our dear mother, Lillian I. AcKnlght,.who passed away Jan. 13. 196. Time tokes away th. adg of grif. But. memory turns back every leaf. Lillian and Marlon, NEWCOAMON In loving remembrance of a dear husband. Samuel, .who passed away Jan. 23. 1971. Three yea-s have passed since that . sad day, When one -1 . lovedwas colled , awoy; G:d took him homo K wos His . Willi Within my heart h. Ilvetri still. Wlf. Lucy. SCHRYBURT In loving memory ot Bert Schrvburt, who passed owoy Jan. 23, 1973. A wonderful husband and fattier cone to rest. For all of us he did' his best. Deep In our hearts his memory k.pt To lov. and to cherish and never forget. - Rita and Fomlly. SHOULDICE In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Stanley -Foster Shouldlce. who passed away Jon.-23, 1961. Today recalls the memory Of a loved one gon. to rest! And those who think of him today Are those who loved him best. The flowers w. loy upon his grave AAav wither and decay, But the love from him who lies bc-ntoth Will never fode away. Roland, Feme and Family. TAYLOR In loving memory of a dear nusband. tamer ana gronaroiner, Mervin Alexander Taylor, who passed away Jan. 23, 1971. The roirng stream of life flows on. But still the vacant chclr Recnii the love the voice and smile Ot one who once sat there. Wile Anr.obelle, Daughters, Patricia, Shelti. AAorHyn and Grandchildren. 15. Carri of Thanks COOK W. wish to extend our thanks nd appreciation i to friend, ond r.la. ,d i'-cds and messwes of sympathy, received In the loss of a be'oved mother, AArs. Isabel Cook Th'lma Babcock. Howard Arbuthnot, Gordon Arbuthnot. JORGENSEM W wish to .xpress our sincere thanks and appreciation to our relatives and frienas tor rneir kl-d pxcr--sic-i of ivm-vthv on the passing of our beloved husband, father and arandfafher. W. G. Jorgen-sen. We ar. grateful for th. flowers, donetions. ond the cards received during our days of sorrow. . - . --. .- Th. Jorgensen .Eamlly - l' Fnn'rol Directors RA'-INC. 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