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& ;4 1 j weaaaaaaja. w :.V - 28 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1964 ' P " Ipatla HHP '''' LOCAL CALLS PHONE 2JA-75U Tomorrow 1 TODAY Safety Check Lane open. Billing! Bridge Shopping Plaza. Permanent Blood Doaott Clinic 634 Bronson Avenue, 130-5.30 p.m. and 6.30-8.30 p.m. TOMORROW Safety Check Lane,' Billings Bridge Shopping Plaza, 9 a.m.-5 pjn, ' Mobile' Blood Clinic, aeventh floor. General Hospital, 10 .m.-noon and 130-4.30 p.m. Cheeterville Fair. Chester-ville. all day. "Vienna Life," Capitol The atre, 830 p.m. ItlflUf In ttfiWt I MT HI M M 411 41 M 411 Uf 4JI SP 4M W 4T1 4N M 4 US i M )M sse sn im sit eas tit est M W IN Ht M 1 551 Hi Rl Kl M M W W Dittrict Want Ad Aftntt ARNPBIOB Claaeyl IDA Oral Ikn, Jaka it. Pkaaa tn-tlM. CAKUrrOM PLACB WM1 Dra Km Brtdra M. Pkaaa . nm La ouaaiy, 4i at. atai m. PEMBROKE Mra. B. laeka, t Patricia It. .Pkaaa IM-41M. RENTRCW Mrs. W. KM tnfn St, But. ma IU- Hit. Mini FALLS McSkaaa aad hand Satetrlpnn lata Watt t pnMi at avaBakta tawaa' ul vlUaaaa Ua Ottawa valley, caa us-ii rat daUrary wrka ranana DKUV1ET tta a waak. It Batarday aH. payakta to taa STOOLS COPT BATS 7 SaBy 4 aaa Satarday. , MAIL SUaaCRIPTIONS Canada (nwpt mt ana rtw aaaat aaaas dally rata, aaa yaat '-. M. ana matta tl-ta. Batarday mtrty audi ai-ee a - a h7- kt ednaee W The ' phut, wan ixroKMATIOM an ka ettimed ay filial Saa laaiaal at The Journal - has made V available a booklet of appropriate In Memoriam notices, phone or write Miss Allen , 236-7511 or come in for 4 yoiir copy. 237 Queen St. -c . ' " 236-7511 atafl rataa at Ottawa, Ball a4 tanaa Bad laaaa warn OMta b tarrtat hay tin has lt a weak at au.se peat. Dotted States. A alu Ha aad er-hja eeaatrtea. dally raeee. aaa iwat aiLaa, etx mmmi SIS., aaa aetata SIM. Satarday aaly, Slt.tt a yaw at Ma a anpy. Ottawa's Most 101 UHffi BIRD To Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bird faee Stewart), a daucn ter. on Friday, Aug. 28. 1964, at Ottawa Civic Haapitai. 5 ''' lijter for Brian. CAMERON Ron and Veryt are happy to announce the arrival of a daughter, Saturday. Aug. 29, 1964 at Ot tawa Civic Hospital. A titter for Leslie, CARNOCHAN To Donald and Greta (nee Cioll) a son, S lbs.. 13 ozs.. at Pembroke Cottage Hospital on Saturday. Aug. 29, 1964. Both well. MASSAD Morris and Jane (nee Davis) are happy to announce the arrival of a daughter, Saturday. Aug. 29, 1964, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Both well. MILNE To Cliff and Mary. son, on Friday, Aug. 28, 1964 at Ottaws Civic Hospital 1 Both well. RANSOMIanet and Bob are happy to announce the arrival of a daughter. Lorie Patricia, Sunday. Aug. 30, 1964, at the Ottaws ctvir Hospital. Both well. RYAN r- To G r e g o r y and Theresa on Aug. 28, a daugh ter. Angela, sister for Char' lene, Ottawa General Hos pital. STAPLES Charles and Beth (mm Oblender) are happy to announce the birth of son. Andrew William, 7 lbs. 7 ozs at Toronto East General Hospital on Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964. TESKE Mark and Jill (nee JiH Charbooneau) are happy to announce the birth of our Brat child, a boy, John Ed ward Raymond. Thanks to Dr. Pierre LeMay. , THOMPSON Arthur and Lynn are pleased to announce the birth of their second son, on Aug. 27, )964 at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, Both weU. WATT To Margot and Charles Watt, a son, on Sat- arday. Aug. 29, 1964, Winnl- peg, Man.. .-. 104 DUDS BANDY. Charles Mclntyre In hospital, Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964, Charles Mclntyre Bandy, of Regent Street, age 67 years, husband of the lata Mary Halkett and dear father of George, Clinton, Myrtle, Ruth, Mrs. Lister (Remus) and Eileen (Mrs. Robert Ryan), brother to Tes- sle (Mrs. Ales Gunn). Rest- tag at the Kelly Funeral Home, SSS Somerset Street (Centra Town), where funeral services were conducted Monday at 11 am. by Rev. S. M. . Holmes, Interment White Lake, Ont BATES. Haxi At the Smiths Clinic, Hawkesbury, Ont, on Aug. 3 1964. Hazel Arthurs, la bar 73rd year, wife of the lata Joseph J. Betas and be loved mother of Arthurs of Clinton. Ont, (Muriel) Mrs. Douglas Allen of Hawkesbury, (Mary) Mrs. Fred , Crooks of Grenville, Que. Funeral on Tuesday, Sept, 1, at 230 pjn. from the chapel of the New Grenville Funeral Home, interment at Avoca. BENOTT. A. Wilfrid On Satur day. Aug. 29, 1964, in hospital. Kingston. A. WDfrid BenoK. beloved husband of Marion T ravers, dear son of Mrs. Arthur Benoit, dear father of Larry, Ronnie, Jamie and Beverley, brother of Bernard, Ray, Mrs, Edward KoDesh (Phyllis), Mrs. George . Olsea (LLUian) and Mrs. Wil- ' liam Mathaaoa (Loit), aged 39 years, Resting at Racine and Robert Ltd, 260 Beaserer Street, Funeral Wednesday to St Brlgkrs Church for Re- truiem High Mass at a.m Interment Notre Dama, Ot tawa. .;;-;(': BUTTERWORTH, Robert In hospital, Ottawa, Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964. Robert Butter-worth, husband of Oitve Mar- ' garet Moodie, dear father of Herbert of Black's Corners, In his 74th year. Resting at Fleming Brotners , Funeral Home. Lake Avenue 'West Carieton Place. Funeral serv-. Ice Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 2 pa. , , - interment r nunc town tery. . , Progressive Want 104 DCaVTtB (Cant, trora PracaSlna Oalumal CUSSON, Mrs. Robert At Hawkesbury, on Friday. Aug. 28. 1964, Therese Nault, be loved wife of Robert Cusson, Hawkesbury lawyer, in her 24th year, of, 794 Lafleche Street, Hawkesbury. Daugh' ter of Joseph Eric and Ida Nault, Ottawa. Survivors alto include a daughter, Monkjue; five brothers, Joso, Jacques, Gerard, Guy and Jean, Toronto; five sisters. Elizabeth, Psulette, Suzanne, Jeanne and K a t herine. Funeral wlU be held 'Tuesday Sept 1, at 9.30 a.m. for Requiem High Mass at St Alphonse de Ugourl Church from the Noel Funeral Home, 416 McGlU Street, Hawkesbury. Interment at the Parish Cemetery. GERVAIS, Gertrude In hos pital on Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964, Gertrude Foran, 431 ecno Drive, ace 83 years. widow of Adelard fcervais and dear sister of William Foran. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 583 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Monday to Canadian Mar, tyrs Church for Solemn Requiem High Mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Darnel cemetery. GLEDH1IJL GeorM-ion Sun: oay, Aug. 30, 1964. George Frederick GledhlU, aged 83 years, husband of the lata Ella Morley. dear father of Mrs. Norma Watson. Mrs. Joyce Jenkins. 89 Sunnytide Avenue; Jack, Liverpool, Eng.; 8 grandchildren, 4 great- grandchildren survive. Rest ing at the Whetaa' Funeral Home, a 13 Cooper. Service Tuesday, 11 ajn. trinity Anglican Church. Cremation Beechwood, interment Liverpool ... HEALEY, Joseph T. Sudden ly at Ogdensburg, New York. Aug. 29. 1964, Joseph T. Healey, son of chelate Daniel Heauey and Catherine Upton, beloved husband of Barbara Reher, father of Jamas, Daniel and John, Mrs. Joseph Matingly (Nancy), Margaret-Ann, all of Hyast villa, Mary: land, brother of Stanley and Patrick. Old Chelsea. Ed-- numd, Arlington, Virginia, .' Mrs. Joseph Murphy. Ottawa, Mrs. Eddie Cross, Larrhnac, Que, Mrs. Herman Jorgen-son. Kenmore, Ont, Miss Dorothy Healey, Old Chelaea. - Funeral wlU be' held Wednesday, Sept 2, from the Francis Collins Funeral Directors, 3921 14th Street, Washington, DC HOUGHBY, Adeieide la hos pital, on Friday, Aug. 28, 1964, Adelaide Pell, widow of Frederick Houghby, 5S2 Edison Avenue, ht her 89th year. Dear mother of Mrs. Hazel Strait, Edna and William A, aH of OtUwa. Grandmother of Mrs. Charles Kinder, Wmnifred. Fred Scroti, Burlington, Ont, and Erland Grant Resting . VeHch-Draper Limited. Park-dale Avenue at Gladstone. Service In the Chapel Monday, at 2 pjn. Interment . Beechwood Cemetery. , r: ' " ' - - , HYDE. Mrs. George On Sunday, Aug. 30, 1964. Eliza- beth McCorkeU of Wakefield. Qua., aged 86 years, wife of the late George Hyde; mother Of Ernest of Wakefield; Mildred, Ottawa: Mrs. Lloyd Watterston (Jessie), of Wakefield, sister of Mrs. William Nesbitt (Florence), of Wakefield. Resting at Emond Funeral Home, Burnside Avenue, Wakefield. Funeral Tuesday at 100 o'clock for , service in waaeneici united ' Church.) Interment McLaren Cemetery. (4 Donation may! be given to Bible Society or Gideon Bibles Instead of flowers. KEALEY, Mrs. .Patrick' Tn hospital, Saturday, Aug. 29, ; 1964, Aimastasia Disley, be loved wife of Patrick Kesley, Ottawa R.R. 2, dear sister of Bridget, Daniel and Michael, . of Poltlmore, Quen and Martin, of Edmonton. Resting ' McEvoy Brothers, 239 Kent Street. Funeral Tuesday to St "Augustine's Church for Solemn Requiem High Mass at 930 a-m. Interment Notre Dama Cemetery. . ORESTS DWINDLE ' DON Leas than five per cent of the British domain Is daasffled as woodland. Once it n( s D Section" av i LONO PHONE NO DISTANCE ZRMTH T7IM TOLL CHARGE WINS GEORGE MEDAL British Wfman Police Consuble Margaret Qeiand, 23. has been awarded the George Medal after jhe succeeded In snatching a child from its father's arms after the father had threatened to throw the child from a London rooftop. 1'. (Fa tfnewa Journal Photo) 104 MATHS (Coat, from Praoaolae ColvauM JAMIES0N, Ella Whilemina 1 In hospital. Saturday. Aug. 29, 1964, ' Ella Whilemina Knowles, sged 86 years, beloved wife of James C. Jamie- son, of Aylmer, Que., dear mother of Mrs. Roy Leach (Pearl). Mrs. Harold Nichol , sort (LuellaX- Mrs. Charles Wright (Eva), Elton, Alvin, -CecU, Bert and Stanley Uamieson, sister of Archie Knowles, Seattle, also sur vived by 27 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Resting at the . Radmore Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Wellington Street. Funeral .. service Aybner '- United Church. Tuesday, 2 p.m. Interment Norway Bay Ceme tery. In lieu of flowers ' donations to Aylmer United Church Bible Society dr the; Canadian Cancer Foundation will be greatly appreciated. LEMOINE, George Robert In hosplUL Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964, George Lamoine (Experimental Farm). 237 Le-breton Street, beloved husband of Leona Sen, father of Ronald, Russell, Bryan and Sharon, In his 52nd year, brother of Mrs. WUlism Doyle, Mrs. James MacKay, Toronto, Mrs. William BeU. Ottawa and Charles Lemoine, Capreol, Resting Veitch-Drsper Ltd., Parkdaie at Gladstone. Service In chapel Tuesday, 2 pjn. Interment Mertvale cemetery, ' 4 MACKAY. Miss Denise At Montreal, Que, Saturday, Aug. 22, 1964. suddenly Denise Mackay, daughter of the late Dr. Robert Mackay and Aline , Gareau; . . dear . sistet of Mrs. Paul Lacoste (Louuw), Mrs. Maurice Saint-Jacques (Claire). Mrs. Bert rand Rloux (MonlqueX and Dr. Jacques Mackay Requiem High Mass was held at Notre Dama dea Neiges Church. Interment was at 1 Cote ties Neiges cemetery. Montreal, Wednesday, Aug. 28...-;: av ' ,-V, MASSE, Miss Madeieine On Sunday, Aug. 30, 1964, suddenly in a local hospital, : Madeleine Masse, daughter of the lata Edmond Masse and the lata Alexins Four- nier, aged 80 years, of 164 ? jeanna rAic street, HuU sister of Jullen Templeton, , Henri and Francois of Hull, .Mrs, Cbnrad Chariebois (LuclleX ' Hull. and , Miss Jeanna DAre. Severs! nephews and nieces survive. Resting Gsuthier and Co., 101 Notre Dame street, Hun. Funeral- Tuesday at 730. Requiem High Mas at St Benoit Abbe Church at 7.4S. Interment HuB Cemetery, v MORRIS, Lome Suddenly, ' at his home, Wycbwood, Ayl mer East, Qua. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964, F. Lome Morris, aga 59 years, beloved husband of Beatrice (Babe) Larocque, brother of Mrs. Del mar Sbnpsen (Madge), Mrs. I. W. Pepper (Irene). Resting at Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel, SIS McLeod Street. Service Mondsy, 4 pjn. interment Pinecrest 104 ? KATHS (Coat Prom Pracadlnf CohuaW MOORE In Winnipeg to Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Moore on Sunday, Aug. 23, 1964. . daughter, Bonnie Lu Verne, 7 lbs, 8 ozs. A sister for Leslie, Glenn. Wayne, Eric, and Marilyn. . O'BRIEN, Nettie In Bonne-chere Manor, ! Renfrew, on Saturday, Aug. 29. 1964, Net. tie, Ferguson of White Lake, Ont. widow of Oswald O'Brien, sister of John Ferguson, Arn prior, ht her 73rd - year. Resting at the Boyee Funeral Home Ltd, 39 Daniel - Street, Amprlor. Service tn the chapel Tuesday at 2 pjn. interment Amprior cemetery. tycONNOR. MaS J. Sunday, Aug. 30, jisM, at ner noma, 111 Orange Avenue, Mae Nlninger. beloved wife of John O'Connor and 1 -mother to Ronald and Doris (Mrs. Murray Collins), sister i to Mrs. Nellie Sheehan, . Eileen (Mrs. J. p. Doolan), and Mrs. Edna Poole. Rest ing at the Kelly Funeral Home, 1343 Wellington Street (Ottawa West). Funeral Wednesday to St , George's Church for , Ra- ' qulem High Mass at S a-m. ; Interment Notre Deme. ,; OVERTON, Jessie Cordelia On Saturday, Aug. 29, J 964, Jessie, Car deli a Reside, widow of Walter Overton, in her 89th year; mother of - Mrs. John Bainle, Roy Car- man and Hector. Resting at Radmore Stewart Funeral Home. 1319 Wellington Street. Funeral service Mob- day afternoon. PRITCHARD. Thomas Potter- In St Michael's Hospital Saturday. Aug. 29. 1964, Mr Thomaf P. Piitchard, 684 Main Street Buckingham, aged 73 years. Survived by bis wire, Laura Newton, whom he waa married 1919 In Buckingham; one son, Mr. Ellwood Pritchard, Ot tawa: one daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Wilson (Theuns); one granddaughter, Patricia Pritchsrd. Mr. Pritchard was - a member of the Masonic Lodge.' No, 71. Resting at Vincent Brunei, 115 McLaren Street , East Buckingham. The funeral was held Mon day, August 31st, at 230, In St Stephen's Church, interment in St v Stephen's . Cemetery. . RANNIE, Mrs, Flore he a Elizabeth tn hospital, Sat urday, Aug.' 29, 1964,-Flor ence Elizabeth Fraser, widow of j John Leslie Rannia, daughter of the lata John Fraser, former Auditor Gen eral of Canada. Surviving are two sons, William Fraser of BesmsvUle, Ont; Peter Leslie of Ottawa; one daughter Mrs. P. V. K. Tripe (Elizabeth) of North Bay; four brothers, A. A. Fraser of Ottawa; R. J. Fraser of Ottawa; C D. Fraser of Daytona, Florida; Harold J Fraser ' of Prince ? Albert, Saak.; one sister Miss Ethel Fraser of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel, 3.15 McLeod Street Service Tuesday, II am Interment fkmOy plot Beech Kim lreotM4tif Column) ROBERTSON, Bertha At Stawartvilla, Out, on Satur day. Aug. 29, 1964, Bertha McArthur, wife of the lata Alexander Robertson, aged 79 years. Resting at Cochrane-Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew, for service on Monday. Aug. 31, at 2 p.m. Interment in Goshen cemetery. RONEY. Basil Cusack In Mla- ericordla Hospital. Hattey- bury, Ont., Saturday, August 29, 1964. Basil C. Roney, of Victoria. BC, son of the lata Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Roney, of Pembroke, Ont., dear brother of Rev. R. J Roney, Osceola, Ont, Mrs. M. L. Gammon (Berna), Sudbury, Sister Mary Cecilia. St Joseph's on the Lake, Pembroke, Miss Margaret M. Roney, Ottawa, Mrs. Robert Hoggarth, Kirkland Lake, Ont Funeral in Pembroke Roman Catholic Cathedral. Pembroke, .Ont, Monday morning.. SAUNDERS. Allan James Suddenly, on Saturday. Auc. 29, Allan James Saunders of I 270 Nepean Street son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William J. oaunuBTB, oepnew 01 ueorge R Healey. Resting Hulas and Playfalr Central Chanel. 315 McLeod. Service in St Luke's Anglic Church Wednesday, 11 ajn. Interment Beechwood SEYMOUR, Florence Mary in nospttat, on Friday, Aug. , 28, 1964, Florence" Mary Annstrong. of 219 Harcoart Avenue, widow of Patrick '.Seymour. Dear mother of John, of Ottawa, and Mary, or Lima, Peru.- Eight grandchildren and one grandchild survive. Resting at McEvoy Brothers, 235 Kent Street, attar -r p.nt, Saturday, Funeral Monday to Our Lady of Fstlme Church for Requiem High Mass at 9 o'clock. Interment St Mary's cemetery, Almonte. Ont TARIO, WlUUte In hospital, Ottawa, on Saturday, Aug. 29. 1964. William Rankin , Tario, formerly of 441 Centre , acreet, remnroae, in Rls Both year, son of the Ute Joseph and Martha Tario; uncle of Dr. G. V. Tario and Mre. Wal ter Chambers (Laura). Mem ber of I.Q.O.F, Pembroke, lodge No. 203. Resting at toe Malcolm and Deavltt Funeral Home, 141 Renfrew Street, Pembroke. Service In the Chapel. Tuesday, Sept 1. at 2 pjn. Interment Wesley united cemetery. . WAY, Elsie Ann In hospital -on aacuraay, Aug. 2, wee, . Elsie Ana Boyas, of Buck ingham, Qua, widow of George Way,, Resting at Hulse and Playfalr, Central Chapel, 515 McLeod Street Service Monday at 1 pjn. Interment East .Templeton. Qua. WOODHUS, Raymond WUlard In bospiui, Sunday, Aug. 30, 19641 WUlard Woodhus, aged 47, beloved son of Mrs. AUca Woodhus and the late . Raymond Woodhus. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service In chapel Tues- ; day, 2 p.m. Interment East .Templeton, Qua.,... HULSE & rHAYFAJR- V ItnrEBAJ, UMKftOM Central Chapel 315 McLEOD ST. 233-1 143 . West Chapel ' I08S BYRON AVE. 728-1761 LATEST INFORMATION f V CFRA DAILY 630 P.M. j Coup, Donald, Jamta I yktrbatre, lav Dorothy. I I VEfTCH-DRAPER '. FUNERAL DIRECTORS i parjcoau cbapbx. nt-tm sunk sr. cHAPsa. m-etes SatanUy, ChrlM Charok Catk- adral, ajn. 105 aAKZB to lavtasj sbm ef aqr eaar fcaabaas. Alkott, vka , imiiI away am paar aaa today Mar kts aool raat M pat BUDUnr 1 knrtay maataiy af my eaar hoabaa. lata Dualaa, wha same away Ave. St. leea. The worie atay ahanea tram And frlaads from Say la Say. - Set aatai wTB the ana I laved WUa. 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MoAtrat Jtertf BACHELOR FROM $100 t BEDROOM FROM $110 - a BEDROOM FROM $125 f.anrtcmj PntotiM Satfe afodal 3lfe.Voto Open 725-1393 APARTMENT AVAILABLE. 1- naanioni, aiavincatiy aauippaa, waahlas farUltlaa. TSlMl. APARTMENT, 1 BID BOOM, evarlooktns , tkrt , lake, , ess. SS4-S7SS. -t APARTMENT. MODERN I BED- room, aquipeoa, wataar, aryar. parkins plus -at. hot wawr trot. 1 30 Pra.Uad Road. Tte-esTe, APARTMENT. MODERN. 1 BED- room; aanipptd, wathar, dryar. parkins plua-av hot watar fraa. XM Prwland Road. 7a-07a. ARLINOTON AVENUE, t BED-rooma aqutppad. parkins, til. S1S-47S?. 11-47 i- . . . ATTRACTIVE. TWO BEDROOMS, aoaaanltnt to avarythlns, dlnlns .pauo. aauy ATTRACTTVB BACHELOR. FIRE-Blaea, S ouaeoaiat, alavatec, aaa-tral. SSS-SSSl. r s , , , , - ATTRACTIVE. NEW EDINBURGH. laoaora a-oaarooat. uvina, dla-tns. ateetrloally aqulppad, b a I- aony. aroaaa naor, an aaa see. BEFORE YOU CHOOSE ' YOU MUST SEE Le , i ' 'V. Versailles V I-. e-BEDROOM AFTS. 10 minutes walk to downtown, irv4T Wnvenienca at rmxlerats rattfiC? & : 1 Mock from King Edward,'-' Mft from Laurier E. Telephone 234-670S cemetery. 1 wood cemetery. - . (Ceatiaaad aa Naal L'aiantal T , iConUaaad oa Nan Cohimav . Kk.B-rpTls. . a7a 4BUI chiefly forest .

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