The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on June 23, 1970 · Page 28
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7 28 Tuesday, June 23." 1970 ' The Ottawa Journal1.. Today and Tomorrow Film series "Ci4liMiion." Na-Sera Gallery. r$. i.M. 7.15 ind IJO p.m. Tennts" Rights Course, Mc-Nabb Community Centre, 8 p.m. 'The Amorous Flea," National Am Centre Studio, i p.m. . National Arts Centre OrcJtes tra concert, NAC Opera House, 8.30 p.m. ., . . i i ... r Dalhousie .Ward, group "V meeting, High School of Com merce, 8 p.m. , TOMORROW Ottawa Separate School Board, property and finance committee meeting, 140 Cumberland Street, 7.30 p.m. , Nepean public library board meeting,. 1683 Merivale Road, 8 p.m. Single Parents' Association supper, Westboro Community Centre, 8.30 p.m. , , , , ' Glebe community association meeting, 55 Clarey Street, 8 p.m. Consecration of Bishop William Robinson, Civic Centre, 8 p.m. Gloucester planning board meeting, township hall, .8 p.m. "La Puce Amoureuse," . National Arts Centre Studio, 8 p.m. 1. Adoption j CROTHERS - Patrick and Kevin are pleased to announce the arrival of their chosen sister,; Kelly, on Friday, June - 19, 1970,. proud parents, Bob and Joyce.. ..:, v- 2. Births BERGER ''.Roy and Doreen , announce the arrival of Lori Lynn at the Civic Hospital, , June 22, 1970. A sister for " TVAhrnnrt rnthp-Thnnlrc t(V Dr. V. S. Edwards and staff at the' Civic Hospital. . DURANT Kerl-Lyn, 8 lbs.. 9 ozs., born to Bob and Kathl, June 27, 1970. Thanks to Dr.. Turner and all' the stair at tiie Kfversme Hospital. ESP1G Ed and Marion (nee Mooneye are ' happy to announce -the arrival of a daughter, June 20, 1970, at the Grace Hospital. A sister for Karen. GAMMON Allan and Cheryl - are happy to announce the birth of Lisa Anne, 8 lbs., 15 ozs,, on Jutie 20, '1970, - at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Many thanks to Dr. Moffat. " . . GARDINER Dr. and Mrs. Geoffrey , W. (nee Anita Hogan), are happy . to an-nounce the birth of their first child. Mark Geoffrey at v Montreal General Hospital, on Sunday, June 21, weigh' " Ing 7 lbs.', 11 ozs. v - INDEX TO CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS Vital Stallstlcsi 1, Adoption J. Births ?. Deaths . 4. Obituaries : a 5. Lost ". . e. Found. 13. In Memorloms ... 14. Anniversary Masses 15. Cards at Thanks 14. Funeral Directors 17. Cemetery Memorials it. Societies and Looses l. Churches JO. Florists -31. Cemeteries 27. Druggists Open Sunday 30. Service Station - Servketi 33. Banquets and PartU 34. Takeout Foods , 35. Where to Oa 96. Hotels and Motel "v. 37. Beauty Salons ; 31. Nursing Homes 3?. Gardening and Landscaping 40. Ambulance Service . EMPLOYMENT 41. Mole Help Wonted 41. Salesmen and Agents ' 43. Positions Voconf -44. Prolssslonol Service 45. Female Help Wanted - 4. Nursing Service 47. Employment Wanted 1 41. Domestic Help . Teacnert Wanted 50. Tuition 51. Trade School , ... 52. Baby Service (. APARTMENTS . 54 -Apartments to Let 55. Furnished Apartment to Let St. Aportment Wanted 57. Apartmen lor Sal 5). Furnished Apartment Warned " . Sublets . . ' PEOPBETV . M. Industrial Properties 61. Propertv for Sole , J. Property tor Rent 61. Property Wanted . M. Income Property t .... ,i.f . " 65. Prtperty Emlvonged ' . 66. Qut-ef-Town Propertle 47. Forms for Sal ; . M. Farms for Rent a. Farms Wanted to Buy 70. Cottages tor Sale 71. Cottage tor Rent 72. Cottages Wanted ' 73. Cottaqe Lots (ar Set 74. Warehouse Space ' 75. Offices to Lef 76. Offices Wonted to Lef 77. Stores to Let 71. stores Wanted to Let - 7. Retorts to. Business Opportunities ROOMS ti. Rooms to Let 17 Soomj Wonted t aortm ono Boorrf t Khore Accnmmodattdn LONG DISTANCE MO TOLL CHARGE PHONE ZENITH 77 IM 2. Birth (Cant, from Preceding Column) HORTON Ron and Robbie are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Lynda Jean. A sister for Peter, on June v, Willi i ui uv usitaii HOWARTH Tom and Debbie (nee Leblanc), are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a son, Jason Thorn as, June 20, 1970. at the Gen eral Hospital. . . Mac LENN AN Grant and Diane (nee . Buckley) are happy to announce the ar rival of a 7 lb. son, Daniel Philip, on June 14, at Sterling Heights,- Mich. Mother and son both well. . McA LEAR Mark, and Pat (nee Clark) are proud to announce the sate arrival of theic first child, ' a girl,. Kelly. Anne, 7 lbs., 4 ozs., June is,- iao, at Grace . Hospital. - Many thanks to- Dr. Krupa and hospital staff. .. . .. MURPHY Ambrose and Mary (nee Doyle) are pleased to announce the ' birth of their son at Ottawa Civic Hospital Thursday, June 18, 1970. Both well. PRATT Donald and Judy (nee Moodie) are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter, 8 lbs. 6 ozs., on June 20. 1970, at Kemptville Hospital. Both well. PROULX Nigel and Elaine (nee Sparling) are pleased to announce the arrival of Jennifer Laura, at Woman's College Hospital; Toronto; on June 23, 1970. Proud grandparents are Eric and Mildred, Albert and Joan. . Deaths (BIRCH, George Edward At Montreal, on Monday, June 22, 1970, George Birch, formerly of Kirkwood Avenue, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James M.. Birch, father of Mrs. Donald Mitchell, Audrey, and Ronald.' of Montreal; brother of Mildred Green and William, of Fort Myers, Florida; sur vived by 4 grandchildren. Resting Veltch-Draper Ltd., of 453 Parkdale Avenue. Service in chapel Thursday. 1 p.m. Interment Beechwood Ceme tery. MERCHANDISE ' Artklesi 1 Cameras, Phot Supplies n. Ankles for Sal . r 3. Articles Wonted 4. Articles for Rent .. fS. Ankle lor Swop ' ' N. Antiques and Fin Art 7. Firewood ana Fuel i ' . Market Bosket tt. Muchlnery and Equipment 100. Pet Stock 101. Livestock and Poultry 102. Stamp and Com 103. Hobble . 104. Boots and Motors 105. Snowmobile 106. Comper Supplies . 107. MdsIcoI Supplle lot. Rodto -Television ' 10. Household Appliones ' AUTOMOTIVE Ant: V 11. Auto Loams ; . . 110. Autos far sal .-.121. Autos Wanted 122. Auto Accessories ' 123. Sports Cor 124. Auto Part Trucks! m. Trucks for Sot ' . : 130. Truck Bodies. Part ' 131. Truck Wanted .. .. Tratrert 133. Trailer for Sale 134. Trailers for Rent 155. Mobile Homes tor Sol. lie. Mobile Homes for Rent .. 137. Mobile Homes Moved '3. Mobile Home Perk 11. Mobile Homes encnongsd Mefercyctest 145. Motorcycle for Sale ' 14. MotorcyCes tor Rent ' 147. Scooters for Sal 14. Scooters for Rr - 14. SklMaMIe . 151. Oarooes J 52. Porklnq Spao 153. Winter lung 'v.. ' KEAL ESTATE . 157. Houses for Sat 15. Reol Estate Services IS. Houses to Let 160. Furnished Houses to Let , 141. Furnhried House Want r to Lt ", . 12. Houses Wanted fa Let 141. Houses Wonted to Buy 144. Oorden Homes i PERSONALS ': 177. Transportation AvaHqbtf , ; 17. Transportation Wanted -17. Camps - Bay' ana Otrh FINANCIAL 15. Ftnonclna 144. Money Wanted 117. Money AvolloDI .. 11. Morlgoges W. Investment tvo. Poterrtseno Copy. MISCELLANEOUS 14. Legoi ls Auctions 16. Mr Servu iv Comma events 1VS Stomp (oietor ' IV9 AnnwrHV Pog ' -L- : : . - . : 1 -- . , ; , . lAtl .e A 1 1 e : . 1 'Ottawa's Most 3. Dc.lhj (Cont. from Preceding Column) CARIOTO, Frank In hospital on Saturday, June 20, 1970. Frank Carioto, aged 80, of 555 Somerset Street, beloved husband of Marjorie Jamie- v son, and dear father of Ted, run . n :n . , Ranger) and Frances (Mrs. Garnet Johnston). Also sur-; vivingare five grandchildren. Resting at the-Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street West (Centre Town). Funeral Tuesday to St. Patrick's Church for Mass at '11- a.m.- Entombment Sars-field. Ont. - , CUMMINGS, John I. (Jack) In hospital on Sunday, June ' 21, 1970, John I. (Jack) Cum-mings, 330 Metcalfe Street, . formerly -of Grenville, Que. u President of Quebec Jvlanitou Mines Co. . Ltd., beloved , husband of Jessie Stephens, Brother ; of Mrs. D. A. - Lefebre (Millie) . of ,.. Montreal; Mrs. Ralph Al- lingham (Rhoda) of New Vo'rk City, and Miss Bessie . Cummings of Grenville, Que. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeDd Street Service Wednesday, 2 p.m. Cremation PinecresL Those desiring to send memorial tribute may donate to Ontario Heart Foundation, 119 Sparks .Street. DANIS, Edmond In hospital .Montreal, Que, Monday, June 22, 1970, Edmond Dahis of Fort Coulonge, Que., age 57 years, beloved husband of Edna Graveline. Resting at Ringrose Brothers ' Funeral Home, Fort Coulonge. Funer- . .al . Thursday to . St. Peter's Church for .requiem mass at 10 a.m. Burial parish ceme- ; tery. ELLIS, Sam On Tuesday, June 23, 1970, Samuel Ellis, of 925 Muskoka Avenue, age 65 years, , beloved tiusband ; of Bessie , Lieff Cohen, stepfather of Ellen (Mrs. Martin Card ash), of Ottawa, brother of Joseph and Louis, Mrs. Jack Dover (Sarah), of Ottawa, Mrs. Morton Fields (Ettie), orToronto,- and Mrs. A. Schaeffer (Anne), of Hamilton., Service at the Jewish Memorial Chapel, 375 King Edward Avenue on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Interment Jewish Community cemetery. Shiva strictly private. Please omit flowers. , FERGUSON, Margaret In hos pital, Monday, June 22, 1970, Margaret McConnery, age 78, beloved wife of Patrick Fergu son, 1299 Dorchester Street; dear ; mother ' of f Gordon, Harold, Donald, Muriel (Mrs. Arthur . Saunders), and Mrs, Lois Budd, dear sister of Mrs. Eva Rynearson and Mrs. Esther Brosseau, also survived by 21 grandchildren and lfn great-grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Thursday to St. Elizabeth's Church for . Mass, 8 a.m. Interment Pine- crest Cemetery. FROOD, Myra E. At Renfrew, Ont, on Tuesday, June 23, 1970, Myra E. Frood, daughter of the late Mr. and 'Mrs. - John Frood, and sister of the '- late Carrie Frood. Resting at ' McPhat and Perkins Funeral Home, Renfrew, where the - funeral service will be con ducted on Wednesday, June , 24, at 2 p.m. Interment Thomsonhill cemetery. GERVAN, Edwin Frederick Suddenly at his home, 296 Carleton Avenue, on Sunday, , June 21, 1970, ,Edwin- Fred7 erick Gervan, beloved hus band of Rose Phillmore, dear father of Gordon of North Bay, Mrs. J. Handley (Barbara), Mrs. R. Delorme (Carol), and Judy Gervan, brother, of Uoyd, Harry, Bill., Mrs., J. Mulroney (Eva)Mrs. L.-R. Day (Irene) and Mrs. Erwin Buck (Dorothy), all of Ottawa, , 12 grandchildren also '"Survive. Resting at Radmore-Stewart Funeral Home, ,1319 Wellington Street, where the family will receive friends 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Service in the chapel Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. t". kamarSubscrhjIfc Rates iiNoLt copy px.ct- : vjri, ist -.turday. ' av capriFR: err a week. By mail : Pcvrbte tn oovunce Con joo. Caf-ec w f-o-ces Post OHe and 0 5 KM 3 rnontti ar SJJ0O em All other countr.oS'S4 00 a mor-th at S4O0C c eor Srn tony omv 75 pe SO:' !:," .''. .It, .'-."rj Progressive Wont 3. Deaths tCont. ftom Precealng Column) - HARRISON, Helena In hos pital, June 21, 1970, Helena Mary Graham,' beloved wife of Gold win Harrison, mother of Graydon, Samia, Ont.; Myrna Loy (Mrs. Duane Sharp, Port Credit); daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graham, Edward, Ontario; sister of Kenneth of Russell, Ontario; Muriel (Mrs. M. Stoodley, Woodstock, Ont.); Edrie (Mrs. J. Paterson); Evelyn (Mrs. W. Armstrong) and Emerson! all of Edwards, Ontario. . Resting at Hulse and - Playfair West Chapel .1098 Byron Avenue, between Woodroffe and Compton. Funeral Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment North Russell, Those wishing may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. i HE1UNGHER, Rudolph In hospital, Tuesday, June 23, 1970, Rudolph Heilingher, of 43 . Muriel ' Street, ;. beloved husband of . Elsie, father of Mrs. Sidney Spaner (Sylvia) of Edmonton, Alta. Also surviving 1 granddaughter Jill. Funeral service, at the Jewish Memorial Chapel, King Ed ward Avenue, on Wednesday at Z.JO p.m. Interment Jewish Community cemetery. Shiva private. HENEY, Jean Grace In hospl - tal, -Monday, r June 22, 1970, Jean Grace Gamble,- wife of Walter M. Heney, mother of Michael S. Heney qf Oshawa and Walter J. Heney of Pine Point, NWT. Sister of John Gamble of Kirkland Uke, Ont., and Samuel Gamble of ' Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 Mcteoa street, funeral pri vate Thursday. Please "omit . flowers. Friends may call on Tuesday, from 7 to 9 p.m. . and from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday. JOINER, Ruby In hospital Monday, June 22, 1970, Ruby Loveless, age 73, wife of the late David A.. Joiner," dear mother of Davids Bert and John, also survived by r 12 grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Avenue (west of Woodroffe), where friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral 'Wednesday to St Augustine's Church for mass at 9 . a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. JOHNSTON, James Wesley In hospital, Tuesday, June 23, 1970, James Wesley Johnston, aged 88, husband of Olive Mordy, and dear father of Mrs. Edna Merton, Ottawa; Mrs. Howard Rump (Gladys), Omar Johnston, Oslar Johnston, Carp; Mrs. Harold Lyt-tle (Lyla) Smiths Falls; Clar ence Johnston, .Merrickville, and :; Mrs. Loyde Rathwell (Erma) C a r le t o n Place; brother of .George Johnston and , Mrs. , - George : ' ; Mordy (Elizabeth), Carp. Also sur vived by 35 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Rest ing at the Kennedy Funeral Home, Carp, after , 7 p.m. Tuesday, and thence to rest at Christ Church, Third Line of Huntley, after 10 a.m, Thurs day, until service at 11 a.m. Interment parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Christ Church Organ Fund 4 : KENNEDY, William Iri'hos- pital. at Wakefield, Que., on Monday, June 22, 1970, beloved husband of Grace Rew; dear father of William (Bill). Margaret, Wilma (Mrs. Earl Coates), grandfather of Linda. David, 'Christine -and Craig. - Resting Hulse ; and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron and , between Woodroffe and Comp ton. Funeral Thursday, 2 p.m. Interment Rupert Union Ceme- KOHR, Margret Roger, In hospital on Saturdayr June 20, 1970, Margret Roger, belov ed wife of John Roger (Han- nes Kohr), 80 Blenheim Drive, Daughter of' Mrs. Blair C Roger (Jane, of Ottawa); mother of Margret Jane and Rose . Mary at home; . sister of Fred B. Roger, New' York, City and Mrs. Howard Hart (Jane, of Ottawa). Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, J15. McLeod Street Service at . St. Bartholomew Anglican Church on Wednes day at II a.m. Interment Beechwoqd Cemetery. Friends desiring to send a memorial tribute may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, J86 MacLaren Street. Friends may call from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mondav and 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday, . - Ad Section" 3. Deaths ; (Cont. from Preceding Column) LANDERKIN, Alice In hos pital Sunday, June 21, 1970, Alice McManus, widow of - George Fenton Landerkin, mother of George B. Lander- , kin of Ottawa, in her 94th year. Resting Hulse and Playfair. Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street, Qttawa, . 6 . p.m. to ; 9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral service and interment at Han- ' over,- Ont. on Wednesday . afternoon. - LISK, Margaret In hospital at St. . Catharines,' Ont., on , Monday, June 22, 1970, Mar garet E. Cuthbert, widow of James Lisk, mother of Mrs. Ian Swann (Pat), sister of Mrs. Thomas Mitchell (Bea), Mrs. ' Harold La verette (Mabel), and Arthur, of Ot " tawa, also survived by ! 3 r grandchildren,- James, Ianna, and Donaida. Resting Hulse .and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street, Service Thursday 2 p.m., Interment Beechwood cemetery. LOCKE, Opal In Ottawa hospital, June 22, 1970, Opal Hess, widow of the - late Douglas Locke, in her 70th year.' Resting at Fairbalm Funeral Home, Br ins ton, Ont., until Wednesday, June 24. Funeral service in chapel at 2 p.m. Interment in Spruce .Haven cemetery, ! Brinston. In lieu of flowers donations to the Heart Foundation would be appreciated. McGUIRE, Albert Lovell . In hospital, Monday, June 22, y!970, Albert Lovell McGuire, aged 67,- beloved husband of Evelyn Watson, dear father of Ace, Harold, Kenny, Mickey, Eddie, Lornie, Bobby, Dennis, Kathleen (Mrs. Raymond Veilleux) and Dorothy (Mrs. Lloyd Proulx), brother of Mrs. A. Scanlon and Miss Kathleen McGuire, also survived by 26 grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home; . 585 . Somerset Street (Centrei jTown). , Intermentf : Thursday in Notre Dame Cemetery at 10.30 a.m. Mass in the Veterans' Chapel at 12.30. McKENNA, Arthur James ! 67 Cartier Street,' Ottawa, On tario. In Ottawa Civic Hos pital, June 21, 1970, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Sarsfield McKenna; '' beloved husband of Rose (Mrs.) William A. Schofield, dear broth er of (Bessie) Mrs. George Hambleton of Ottawa and Mrs. Herbert G., White of Aylmer, Ontario; " a niece (Josephine) Mrs: Gilbert Tes- sier. Before retirement in 1963 Mr. McKenna spent 25 years in The' Parliamentary Press Gallery as correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, with the exception or s years, as an Assistant Director of Pub lie Information, and . Senior Officer in the Wartime Infor mation Board. He was also life member and Past Presi dent of the Parliamentary Press Gallery. Resting at the McEvoy - Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street. Fun eral luesday at Z p.m. in St. Matthew's Anglican Church (Carling near Bank). Interment Notre Dame Ceme tery. ",. ;. . NOLAN, Mr. Peter 1940 Othello, Ottawa, in hospital, Monday, June 22, 1970, age 59, retired RCMP, beloved husband of Joan Flegal, dear father of Patrick, Robert Judith, Linda, 0 1 1 a w a. brother of John, Toronto; Walter,.- Tony, Standley of Saskatchewan; Albert, Ed ward, Hamilton; Michael, Summerland, BC; Mrs. George Lanawski (Mary), Hamilton Mrs. Michael Smaha (Ann), of Garindrod, J3C. Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 300 Olmstead, Vanier. Funer al ' Wednesday, June 24, in Resurrection Church at, 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. Jturnd Boi Replies D 925 E 302 304 325 330 342 343 351 353 ' 375 37T E 205 215 244 260 - 277 288 E 102 109 166 181 189 310 311 312 320 322 S3 335 338 337 338 345 347 348 349 350 356 357 363 371 372 232 -234 237 240 242 262 268 273 275 276 287 288 289 293 294 127 135 143 145 163 182 184 185 188 195 District Wnt A 4 Attn ts SMITHS FALLS McShone ana Shank Phormacy. Beckwlth and Main Streets. Phone 2S3-3S3S. l CARLETON LACE - Wllson'5 Drug Store. B-loge stroel. Phone 757-1505. PEMBROKE. Mrs. R. Lock. 277 Potricio Street. Phone ;31-4353. RENFREW - Mrs. O Belonger, 204 Ragij Street. Phone 4321705 ..." LVW., ,nu, i PHONE 236-7511 , 3. . Deaths , (Com. from Preceding Column) RONDEAU, Arthur In hos pital on Sunday, June 21 1970, Arthur Rondeau of 182 McGillivray Street' age 65, husband of the late Regina Geoffrey, dear father, of Ger ald, Frances (Mrs. Gerald Brazeau) and Joan, dear brother of Mrs. Lea Godin, Eva,' Euclid and Hector, also survived by six ' grandchil dren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street West (Centre Town). Funeral Wednesday to Ca nadian Martyrs' Church for mass at 11 a.m. "Interment Notre Dame cemetery . RYAN, William M. At his residence on Sunday, June 21. 170, William M. .Ryan, age 88 years, husband of the late Teresa Mulvihill and dear father of Edmund, Mae (Mrs. Harry Dufour); Gertrude Mrs. Jack Maguire); Ber- nice (Mrs. Ronald Miles; all of Old Chelsea, Mrs. Eva Gil-- lissie, Montreal; Frances ' (Mrs. Eliard Miles), Ottawa: 12 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Resting Mc- Evoy-Shieids Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street. Funeral Wednesday to St. Stephen's .Church, Old .Chelsea. Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Interment Par ish Cemetery.: ! THOMAS, Xathleen In hospital Monday, June 22, 1970, Cath leen Carroll, 185 Frank Street, widow of Thomas Thomas and dear mother of Marguer ite (Peggy), dear stepmothi of George, sister of Allan,. Leo and Marguerite. Resting - at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town): Funeral Wednesday to St. Theresa's Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Burial St. Isidore' Cemetery,- South March. Flow ers gratefully declined. HULSE & PLAYFAIR ... . - LIMITED - - - J i - - " i FUNERAL DIRECTORS (...- , -i :. ; . Central Chapel '- I 315 McLEOD STREET a 233 1143 Cummings, John. I, (Jack). Ellis, Samuel. , j . Harrison, Hlena. : . Heilingher. Rudolph.- " Heney, -Jean Grace. Kohr, Margaret Roger. Kennedy, William. Llsk, Margaret. r " Landerkin, Alice. . . West Chapel 1098 BYRON AVENUE 728 1761 VEITCH- DRAPER - . - LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS ', Birch, George . PARKDALE CHAPEL - 728 4673 BANK ST. CHAPEL - 2360668 . McEVOY .-' BROTHERS ' ' .SHIELDS LIMITED - FUNERAL DIRECTORS - 235 KENT STREET - 232 5337 . - -. News ond Announcements - Presented Nightly ot 4 p.m. cn CKOY FRED N.GARRETT- FUNERAL SERVICE ;For Dignity and Efficiency , - at Moderate Rates V:''! ' ., .... v ,.: Inquire Na Obligation 233-4773 584 SOMERSET STREET-WEST RADAA0RE STEWART Funeral Home and Chapel .. 131? WELLINGTON STREET CAMERON WEAGANT - ' OTTAWA: KEEPS GROWING OUR BEAUTIFUL CHAPEL ' .IS NOW VERY CENTRAL t- Telephone 728-8077 Lut BLACK AND WHITE CAT. MALE, 4 month om. wycnwooa ana. hvhoiq. 6M-7M.,. - - BLACK WALLET, MONEYjAND IM- poriuni veierup s ikiiwb, tviiw . v 6S Oueensway Express,. Proper, Nicholas or Alio Vlslo but. B.- smith. Reword. Evenings. 7334031 Hoys, I2S-35M. i-. r BLACK WHITE, FEMALE CAT, full grown, Groham par. 2V.ys. BOY'S C.C.M. BICVCLE. RED, ST. Laurent. Si reward. 74S-33J7. BROOCH, SILVER HORSESHOE WITH wings Sentimental value. Reword. 235-030. ".- .' BUDGIE. HULL. YELLOW HEAD, oreen body, blue breast. Perky soys want some pea. gioa see you, come see me." Reword. 777-3243. CARLETON PLACE, SMOKY GREY Siamese cat. head collar and leash. 731-017$. CAT, SIAMESE, LIGHT COLOR, mole, -Sooth Keys area. Reward 22-1416. CAT, GINGER, BLACK AND WHITE, nearly blind, vonier area, Rewara. 749-4157. CHAROLAIS, WHITE PUREBRED French heifers., aae 2 years. NecK chain No. 40, weight 1,200 pounds. Last on June 1, from Richmond Char-olals Farm. Still missing. Reward for onv information, leiepnone at-iw. CREDIT CARD, JUNE 19. AROUNO Beecnwooa ona apnngneip noaa Reword. : 233-90S4. DIAMOND RING, MAY 5, VICINITY Richmond Rood-Atnione. 722-iw. GOLD EARRING SET WITH TUR quols ond pearls. 733466. LOST THURSDAY, LADY'S WATCH, Glebe area. Rewara. 236-wm. LOST. LANGFORD WRISTWATCH, block band, Friday. Reword 733- 0654. . MAN'S WATCH, LEROY, AUTOMATIC, between Lyon and Kent on Wellington Reword. 796-2947 or S3B-?64 after . MINIATURE BEIGE (APRICOT) pooai, iooks una a pup our years oio. Mnswers lu v-uto. ,o-7j, 72S-7S59. -r ' MOTORCYCLE HELMET. RED, LOST an Donald Street, between Okee and Lola. 74S4144. ORANGE PERSIAN CAT, BAYS. water and-Somerset, black mark on nose, lost 2 weeks bqo. 73M811 or S7I-7I67. SPANIEL, CHILDREN'S PET, BLACK and white; colled Willie, last cnurcn ill-Parkway- orea Reward. 7294282 WALLET. LOST AREA POST OFFICE Alto Vista Drive. Important papers. 6S4-506. . WOMAN'S GRUEN WATCH, VICINITY Carlinawood, Black triors Kooa ona Seville. Reward, 733-2557. YELLOW BUDGIE. CHILDREN'S PET. Kewora. ithtm. YOUR PET MAY BE AT THE HU- mant MCteiy bneiter. visit snener ro make sure, 25-3166. , 6. hmi BLACK AND WHITE LONGHAIR kitten,-, male, werce-oax area. -7500. ' FOUND ONE THREE SPEED SUPER cyle. Owner can have earn tor positive Identification. 74544S8. JUNE 20. BUNCH OF KEYS, MET- calfe. Street, oetween Laurier ana Slater.- Call 235-2eS. MAN'S WATCH, VICINITY WOOD- roHe High School. 828-7905. MAN'S BIFOCALS, BLACK FRAMES Carlingwood porking lot. a-ieiy. 13. b Memorlams Mac DONALD tn loving memory of mv dear nustnna Lawrence i mac- Donald, who passed away June .23, The world may change from year, to -f - year i- - - And friends from day to day. But . never will the one I loved From memory pass, oway. Loving Wife Edna. TRRY In lovfng memory of a dear triena, iwrs. koso i erry, wno passed away June 23, 1953. , . . -Jean.'': TUDAN in loving memory of p son ond brother, Cornelius luaon, wno passed away June 23, 1969. The blow was' great,' the shock severe; We llttte thought his death so near. Only those that hove lost can tell The sorrow of porting without farewell, r Mother Sister and Family.' 15. , Cards e! Thanks JOBSON - -To our many mends and nelgnrjors we exrena our sincere thanks ond appreciation for the kindness, sympathy and floral tributes during - our recent bereavement tn the loss of a beloved husband and father. Soecla monks to Rev. Lawler, also Dr.- Wade and staff of the Rideou Veterans. ' Mrs. R. Jobson. 16. funeral Director. RACINE." ROBERT AND GAUTHIER fteg'O,, 237 3680 260 Besserer, 301 Olmstead; 7 Fairmont: 259. St. Patrick; 101 Notre Dome. , . 17. Cemetery Memorials PRIVATE SALE GOLD CROSS CON- tract 3 adult interment spaces, double bronre ploque ond perpetual care, 2 Interment services 2 concrete burial vaultoriums. Savings. 20. Florists FLOWERS FOI ALL .OCCASIONS, P. Proulx, Hi Oolhuusi. 23S-77V3 J3MSIS.- . ' . 35. Where to 6o CHILDREN'S PIDINO DAY CAMP. - Transportation supervision, Saturdays all year. Every day during .July and August. Register now. - Triplet. L- Ranch, -74-S37j .- , LOLA'S DATING SERVICE YOUR DATE IS WAITING!! Already our 10,000 octlv members all ages, both sexes, eiloylng this Introduction set-vice. You can have, more compatible dates In the next few weeks ,men you have had In years. CALL LOLA'S, v ' 237-2345 38. - Marstng Homes FETHERSTONHAUGH NURSING Home, Kemptville, convalescent or chronic core facility. A beautiful modern .bullrAng just - 35 minutes from Ottawa. Space available now for one day or one year at fixed rates. Semi-private 113.00. 4 - bed rooms Sll.oo dolly. All services provided Including bask comfort preparations, holr-dresslng and personal laundry, tours and entertainment. Call M-3tM tor reservations. VACANCY, SEMI-PRIVATE GROUND floor.- n-3fS. 39. 6ardenmg tnd landiciplng S.' WILL CUT DOWN xham saw. 13S.I31D. TREES WITH - 4t, 'Kilt Hirp Wanted V ACCOUNTANTS REdUIRED TO MAN- aoe small west end Kcountina otfke. Experlenced only 4ieo) apply. 121- 4e. . ASPHALT SALES EXPERIENC- d. Call, 725-J14, ( BARBER . WANTED IMMEDIATELY, experienced. Shoppers City Barber onop, 3VUS ugnvi Kooa, East. 745- siuz, otter i. 8ILINGUAL CLERK FOR NARDWARe Store. 244-MiZ. BODY SHOP FOREMAN REQUIRED, for busy- body shop. Repairing all makes. All benefits. Phone 237-2777. CLEANER REQUIRED FOR LARGE, new oportment builOkg, miftt be experienced, references required, excellent salary ond worklna condttions. Appl Mr. David Soper, 1435 Prince of, WaTeoi-. '. ESTIMATOR FOR CONSTRUCTION company, . speclalitlng in mosonry. work. Please state age, qualiflutions, years of experience to Bar, 6-310, Journal. TAXI. . DRIVERS r ' Be in business for yourself. Rent a cor from , RED LINE 1 ' t 455 COVENTRY J10A0 ' ARE YOU THE MAN WE REQUIRE? f We are a major pump service and soles outlet. We require a man to answer customer inquiries, -direct service personnel, assist with counter sales, who ' is bilingual .and not afraid of hard work. Age over 30. Salary commensurate with experience. Experience in this field a must., . - , 1 ' Apply to . , Box E-355, Journal . THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF NEPEAN ' requires . LICENSING AND' BY-LAW INSPECTOR Duties and Responsibilities --Under the superv'ston of the Commissioner of Works will carry out inspections, prepare reports, maintain records, review and prepare recommendations on existing by-laws ond regulations, attendance at court proceedings as required, etc. Education -and Qual if .cat Ions Senior Matriculation, minimum of three years' experience in field of inspection work, must be capable of meeting puouc ana nave experience -In office procedures at a-reasonabJe senior level. . n . Salary up to S9.&50 Including fringe benefits. INSPECTOR. . Building Inspection Branch Duties and Responsibilities Under the- supervision of the Township Build ng Inspector will xarry out-Inspections of' services and buildings as required. Education and Qualifications Junior Matriculation, exper?ence In the building Industry preferred. ' V Salary up to $6,7M Including fringe benefits. Send resume of experience, education, etc., marked as to content, to . the undersigned not later than July . 6th, 1970. D. E. HOBBS, Clerk : . . TOWNSHIP OF NEPEAN, V 3825' RICHMOND ROAD, , ' OTTAWA 6, ONTARIO : Wanted Immediately CLASS '"A" . MECHANIC Full benefits, top wages ond guarantee. Apply.-' Service iVtonoger, Mr. Wes Carkner P0NT1AC - BUICK highway 16, manotick -- Oust south of Woodroffe Ave.) ' DIRECT - 692-3553 "The Nicest Place to Deal"- SALES BOYS . PART-TIME After 'school and Saturdays. Must be at least 13 years old. ' CALL Mr. Jacks ; 236-7511. local 255

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