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40 Tuesday, October 15, 1968 The Ottawa Journal Deaths By Th Canadian Press Londoo-rBritish publisher Sir Stanley Unwin, 83, a former president of the International Publishers' Association; of a heart attack. I Hines. 100-y a -o 1 former I Army chief-or-staff; of pneumo nia- i 'Hollywood Bea Benaderet I 2, Mar of the television series I Petticoat Junction, of pneumo-. nia. Moscow Retired Mikhail Allakhvcrdov, 68.

i who spent his life in Soviet in- telligence and secret police 1 work. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pennsylva-J nia Supreme Court Judae MM chael A. Musmanno, 71, the presiding judge aj the Nuernberg, War Crimes trial; of a massive brain hemorrhage. Warsaw Nikifor.

70. the Pol ish primitive painter who lived in poverty and spent his last three years in a sanatorium after seven years of fame; of luoercuiosis. Helsinki, Finland Finnish conductor Prof. Tauno Hanni-kainen, 72, one of the foremost interpreters of Sibelius, Today and Tomorrow TODAY Gatineau ratepayers public meeting. Town Hall, 7.

p.m. Traffic committee. City Hall, 7.30 pjm. Separate School Board committee on French language ol 140 Cumberland 7.30 p.m. Ottawa Film Council screening.

National Library, 8 p.m. TOMORROW Marianne Hoppe recital, 223 Main Street, 8.30 p.m. Ardbrae Dancers. Rjdgemont High School, 8 p.m. Debate, Gaston Isabelle, Grlles Gregoire, 285 Tache Boulevard, 8.30 p.m.

Birth BAIRD Elwood and Lillian (nee Fancy) are pleased to announce the birth of a son, 7 lbs. 9 Oct. 14, 1968 at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Both well. I BROUSSEAU To Karen (nee Dent) and Wilfred, in Toronto hospital on Thanksgiving Day.

a daughter, a sister for Paul. i CATHCART Jim and Gail i (nee Radbourne) are pleased to announce the arrival of a girl, Donna Lea, Oct. 12, 1968, at Civic Hospital; sister for Conniegail and Robbie. DEW AN Lynn and Sadie are happy to announce the birth of their daughter on Sunday, Oct. 13.

1968. A sister for Evelyn and Jeff. Both well. KILBURN To Michele (nee Dutrisac), wife of Peter Kil-burn on Monday, OcL 14, 1968 at the Riverside Hos pital, a son. MATTHEWS Mr.

and Mfs. John E. Matthews (nee Jennifer Dickson) are happy to announce the birth of a daughter, Tamara. at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Thursday, Oct.

10, 1968, a sister for Christa and Matthew. PATTERSON Jim and Elaine (nee Johnson) are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, at Kemptville Hospital, Friday, Oct. 11, 1968. PHILIPPE Norma n.and Phyllis (nee Niblock) announce the arrival of Sandra Michele at Ottawa Civic Hospital, Oct. 13, 1968.

Both well. Special thanks to doctor and nursing staff. PONTEFRACT Dr. and Mrs. R.

D. Pontefract are happy to. announce the birth of their daughter, Kathleen Elizabeth, 9 lbs. 3 on Oct. 11, 1968, at Grace Hospital.

RORWICK Dale and Susan (Montanery) are proud to announce the arrival of a son, Kevin Peter, 6 3 at the Civic Hospital, Oct 13, 1968. SEWELL Bill and Gallie (nee Casey) are proud to announce the birth of their son, Sean Francis, Oct. 11, 1968. Civic Hospital. SPEEN John and Jo Ann proudly announce the birth of a son.

John Claude, 4 11 on OcL 12, l9b. at Cocoa, Florida. Both well. SPENARD Andre and Eleanor wish to announce the arrival of Debbie Lee, a 9 6 oz. bundle of Joy.

Born Oct 12, 1968. Sincere thanks to Dr. W. B. Shute.

TURNER To Wayrie and Jan ice, at Elkhorn, Manitoba, a daughter, on Oct 14. 1 Both well. i VeLA i 4Jt 4- 4 A A Deaths BAKER, Albert' Victor In hospital Ottawa, Saturday, Oct. 12, 1968. in his 81st year, Albert Victor Baker, of Fitzroy Harbour, dear husband of Margaret Evans, father of Mrs.

Laura E. Albright, Mrs. Sybil M. Quigg. William and Albert.

Ottawa, brother to. Henry, Montreal. The remains rested at Boycc funeral Home. Arnprior. Service was in the chapel at 2 p.m.

this afternoon. Interment Fitzroy Harbour Anglican cemetery. BOND, Delina, Mrs. In hospital, Gatineau Mills, Oct. 14, ..1968, Delina Lahaie, aged 84 years, beloved wife of the mother to Edward, Arnprior; Shirley (Mrs.

James Mans field), Toronto. Resting at the Smith Funeral Home, 50 John Street, Arnpriori Fa neral Thursday to St. John Chrysostom Church for Requiem High Mass at 10 a.m. Interment parish ceme tery. i BRUNET, Mrs.

Stella On Monday, Oct. 14, 1968, Stella beloved wife of Philippe Brunet, of Moncton, N.B., aged 56 years; dear mother of Charles, Denis, Elise; sister of Richard, Mrs. Rita Kelly, Mrs. Evelyn Kealey, Mrs. Geraldine Racicot, all of Ottawa Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 260 Besserer Street.

Funeral Thursday, Oct. 17, to St. Joseph's Church. In-, terment Notre Dame. CAMERON, Dan In hospital Tuesday, Oct.

15, 1968, Dan G. Cameron, of 621 Briar-wood Avenue, aged 73, beloved husband of Christie Urquhart, father of Jessie, and Gladys, brother of Ernest of Maxville. Resting Hulse and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron (between Woodroffe and Compton). Memorial service Wednesday 8 p.m. thence to Munro Funeral Home, Maxville.

Service at Gordon Presbyterian St. Elmo Thursday 3 p.m. Interment adjoining cemetery. DeBLOIS, On Mon day, Oct. 14, 1968, in hospital.

Gilberte "Dube, beloved wife of Joseph J. DeBlois, dear mother of Guy, Maurice, Charles, Mrs. Georges Pelo-quin "(Ghislaine), Mrs. Jean-Paul Chartrand (Jacqueline), Mrs. Maurice Perron (Suzanne), Mrs.

Rodrigue D'Amour (Jeannine), Mrs. -Ta-nuc 19iirin fTheresel sister of Arthur, Roland, Mrs. Leo Amyot (Adrienne), Mrs. Edouard Lemieux (Simone), aged 75, also survived by 25 grandchildren. Resting Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 260- Besserer Street Funeral Thursday to Sacred Heart Church for Funeral Mass 8 a.m.

Irtferment Notre Dame, Ottawa. DRUMMOND, Gordon In Carleton Place and Dis-' trict Memorial Hospital on Monday, Oct. 14, 1968, Rob- ert Gordon Drummond, beloved husband of Margaret Jean Camelon, dear father of John, Carleton Place, dear brother of (Margery) Mrs. Edgar Drvnan, Smiths Falls, and Arthur, of Carleton Place, aged 58 years. Resting at Patterson and Sons Funeral Home, Lake Avenue Carleton Place, where service will be held Wednesday, Oct.

16 at 4 p.m. Interment United cemeteries. GARVEY, Mrs. Edward On Sunday, Oct. 13, 1968.

Catherine McCann, beloved wife of Edward Garvey of 142 Carillon Street of Ottawa, age 81, dear motMer of Edward (Ted) Gerald of Ottawa; Desmond. Bells Corners; Mrs. T. M. Closs, Genevieve, Mrs.

Robert Jelley (Edna), Mrs. Bernard Clarke (Rita), all from Ottawa; Rev. Sister Geralda (Patricia), Pembroke; Miss Frances, Mrs. H. Lamonte (Viola) Mrs.

F. Brouillard (Velma). all from Eastview; also surviving 38 grandchildren, three great grandchildren. Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead Street Funeral on Wednesday, Oct. 16.

to the Assumption Church for funeral mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, GIBBARD, Tracy Lynn On Saturday. Oct. 12. 1968.

aged 2 months. Tracy Lynn Gib-bard, beloved child of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gibbard (Linda Louisseize) of 436 Nelson Street. Grandchild of Mr.

and Mrs. Aldoris Louisseize; sister of Richard. Remains were resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 260 Besserer. Funeral was held Monday. Service of the Angels at St Joseph's Church at 11 a.m.

Interment 'Notre Dame cemetery. 4 4t ii eV4t. A A 4jt A 4t.A 2. 2. Deaths (Cont.

from Preceding Column) GILCHRIST, Mildred Sud-- denly, Sunday, Oct. 13, 1968, Mildred Boland, beloved wife of the late Manley Leonard Gilchrist of 105 Vachon Street, Apt; 1, East-view, aged 58 years, dear mother of Mrs. C. Mc-Kinnon (Mildred) and Leonard; sister of Mrs. Marjorie Coghlan, Mrs.

Vera Williams, Mrs. Hazel Brown, Wilbert. Earl arid Clifford, 5 grandchildren also survive. Resting Hulse and Playfair t-entral Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Thursday 2 p.m.

Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. hospital. Ottawa. Sundav Oct. 13, 1968, Milton David Graham of RR 3, Stittsville, beloved husband of Cora Cas-sidy, dear of Denzil, Claude, Russell, Sterling, Dal-ton, all of Stittsville, Gtlmour, Hamilton, Shirley (Mrs.

Ivan Seabrooke), Stittsville, Hazel (Mrs, Rankin Bradley) and Helen (Mrs. Willis Ludlow), Ottawa, 24 grandchildren, in his 92nd year. Resting Fleming Bros. Funeral Home, Lake Avenue Carleton Place until Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 2 p.m.

Service in Munster United Church at 2.45 p.m. Interment Munster Union cemetery. Orange service, Tuesday at 7 p.m. GRUNDY, May In hospital, rnaay, Oct. 11, 1968, aged 85 years, Mary Lomax, wife of the late Samuel Grundy, loving mother of James, Halifax, Mrs.

Eric Holt (Mae), Mrs. Frank Kelly (Dorothy), Mrs. W. Thorpe (Winnifred), Australia, Mrs. J.

Blair (Betty), England. Funeral was held from Veitch-Draper Ltd. on Monday at II a.m. KNOX, Samuel David Suddenly at his home, Russell, Ont. (formerly of Greenbank Road, Ottawa), on Saturday! Oct.

12, 1968, Samuel Knox, aged 69 years. Beloved husband of Nellie Josling; dear father of Wayne, Ottawa; Mrs. Yvon Bourguig-non (Heather Arm), Russell; dear brother of Miss Margaret Knox, Mrs. Lloyd McQuatt (Ethel), James and Walter, Ottawa; Bernie, Osgoode. and Robert, Calgary.

Loving grandfather of Steven. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road. Service was held in the chapel, Tuesday, 3 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. LEGARE, Horace Parish priest of St.

Luc, of Curran, Sunday, Oct. 13, 1968, in hospital, aged 57, Rev. Horace Legare, parish priest of St Luc, of Curran, Ont, son of the late Francois Le- gare and the late Leda Simard, brother of Ida Chatillon, Mrs. Reine Aimee Gavard, Hull; Mrs. Marie Ange Racicot, of Vaudreuil, Miss Antoinette Legare, of Ottawa; survived by nieces and nephews.

Resting Emond Funeral Home, 271 St. Joseph Boulevard, Hull, till 10 p.m. Tuesday, thence to rest at St. Luc Church, Curran, Ont, at 10.30 a.m. Wednesday for Requiem High Mass at 2.30 p.m.

Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. Please omit flow- LEVEILLEE, Mr. Philippe On Monday, Oct. 14, 1968, Philippe Leveillee. beloved husband of Cordelia Perrier of 255 Donald Street Ottawa, age 88, dear father of Yvin of Gracefield, Mrs.

Allah Whelan (Jeannette), Mrs. Emmett Whelan (Yvette), Mrs. Emile Labranche (Rejeanne), all from Ottawa; Mrs. Jean Mayrand (Rita), Gracefield, brother of Vital of Ottawa; Abraham of Lac Ste. Marie, also surviving 20 grandchildren.

Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 260 Besserer Street. Funeral Thursday, Oct 17, to La Visitation de Gracefield Church for funeral mass at 10 a.m. Interment Gracefield Cemetery. UGHTFORD, Norman B. At Great War Memorial Perth, on Friday, Oct 1 1, 1968, Norman B.

Lightford, husband of the late Ethel King, and dear father of Dr. Norman, Ottawa; Dr. Graver, and Kaye, of Perth, -in his 76th year. Resting Blair and Son Funeral Home, 9 West Gore Street. Perth.

Funeral service was con ducted in the chapel Monday, Oct 14, at 3.30 p.m. Interment Elmwood cemetery. Journal Box Replies 831 844 847 850 877 878 890 932 938 937 948 964 955 956 959 969 979 985 A C26 045 047 050 058 059 071 089 095 101 105 118 122' 123 124 125 137 147 155 160 163 167 178' 178 185 188 200 201 202 203 207 211 218 219 225 226 230 231 232 236 238 247, 249 jV A ,1 tA-A AAAA A AM I 2. Deaths (Cont. from Preceding Column) LOWE, Mary Agnes In hospital, Carleton Place, Ont, Sunday, Oct 13, 1968, Mary Agnes Campbell, beloved wife of W.

Linton Lowe, mother of Mrs. Robert Lay (Eleanor), Mary," Donald, James, Myrtle, and Marjorie, daughter of Mrs. Chris tine Legree, and the late James Campbell, in her 54th year. Resting Alan R. Bar- 'ker Funeral Home, Mc Arthur Avenue, Carleton Place Service in St.

John's. Anglican Church, Innisville, Wed- nesday at 2 p.m. Interment St John cemetery. McBRIDE, Florence A. In hos Monday, Oct 14, 1968, ed wife of James Elmer Mc-Bride, of 273 Carling Avenue, and the late Samuel Williams (first marriage), in her 66th year, mother of Grant Wil liams, of Ottawa; sister of Mrs.

Harry Simmons (Jennie), of Colonsey, Mrs. A. S. Darling (Mabel), Mrs. J.

Deacon (Jessie), both of Ot tawa; also survived by 4 grandsons. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Thursday, 1 p.m. Interment United Third Line of Huntley. McCALLUM, Ellen T.

In hos pital, Saturday, Oct. 12. 1968, Ellen Cattanack, widow of James McCallum and dear sister of Catherine Cattanack, predeceased by one daughter, Minota McCallum. Resting Kelly Funeral Hdrne; 585 Somerset Street W. (Centre Town).

Funeral Monday to Canadian Martyrs Church for Mass at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. McGILL, Alexander In hospital on Friday, Oct 11, 1968. Alexander M. McGiH.

2090 Neepawa Avenue, in his 69th year. Beloved husband of Doris, father of Ian. Funeral service was held at Hulse and Playfair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron Avenue, on Monday at 11 a.m. Cremation to follow. McGILLIS, Melvin George In hospital on Sunday, Oct.

13, 1968, Melvin George McGillis, 572 McLeod Street, aged 52 years. Beloved husband of Dora Owens; dear father of Frederick Melvyn of Ottawa; son of Mr. and Mrs. George McGillis, Smiths Falls; brother of Welland. Mrs.

Roy Fitzgerald (Doris), both of Ottawa; Douglas, London, Ont. Resting at the Amy Funeral Home, Smiths Falls, Ont. Service in the chapel Wednesday at 4 p.m. Interment Maple Vale cemetery. MOXON, Michel Paul Cor poral, R.C.E., Canadian Forces, Werl, Germany, on Oct.

12, 1968, aged 22 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. G. Moxon, 597 Clarke Avenue, Ottawa, dear brother of Mrs.

Paula Strudwick, Steven, Richard and Patrick Moxon of Ottawa. Also surviving are his grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Dunnigan, and his great-grandmother Mrs. Ames DuDuis. Funeral with full military honors.

Oct. 16 at Fort Victoria, werl, uer-many. Interment in the Canadian Military Cemetery. Memorial service to be held in Ottawa 9.30 a.m. Oct.

16 at St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Kent Street. NICHOLSON, Thomas FrederickAccidentally, near his home. RR 3. Metcalfe, Monday, Oct 14, 1968.

Thomas Frederick Nicholson, in his 63rd year (for many years a chauffeur with the Department of National Defence, Ottawa), much loved husband of Phyllis Marjorie Martin and dear father of Keith, Moira and Rosemary. Also survived by 3 sisters, Hattie Lahaise I and Mary Berry, both of Ottawa; Pearl Lock, of Detroit and 3 "brothers, Robert of Kingston; George, Detroit and Oscar, Bourget. Friends may call at the Vice and Craig Ltd. Funeral Home, Highway 31, Metcalfe, Ont, after 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Funeral Thursday, Oct 17, to Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Metcalfe, for service at 11 a.m. Interment All Saints cemetery, Greely. OUELLETTE, Mr. Arthur On Sunday, Oct 13, 1968, Arthur Ouellette, beloved husband of Mariane Meunier of 52 Garland Ottawa, aged 88 years, dear I father of Dove, of Ottawa; Vital of Gatineau Point; RnHnlnhe of Tnuraine: Mrs. E.

Nolan (Jean). Mrs. Anthony Primeau (Elizabeth), Mrs, Dorilda Roy. Mrs Donald Calderone (Lorraine), all from Ottawa; Mrs. Fern Paquette (Helen), Hull, brother of Adelard, Toronto; also surviving are 36 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren, and one' 'great-great-grandchild.

Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 7 Fairmont Avenue, Ottawa. Funeral Wednesday, Oct 16, to St. Francois d'Assise Church, for funeral mass at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. A kAJtA oV oV A eVAA Deaths '(Cont.

from Preceding Column) PIGOTT, Susan Nary In hospital, Sunday, Oct 13, 1968, Susan Nary Pigott, 38 Caroline Avenue, sister of the late Bessie C. Pigott, Ethel Nixon, Dowdall and Harry Pigott, dear aunt of Jack and Bill of SudburyNora Ketchum, of St. Thomas; Kathleen Wjiite, of Goderich; Beth Bedrosian, of Guelph; Peggy Gualtieri, 'Mary and Arthur Pigott and Dr. John Nixon, all of Ottawa. Resting Radmore Stewart Funeral Home.

1319 Wellington Street between Parkdale and Island Park 'Drive. Service at St. Matthias Anglican Church, Parkdale Avenue, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Inter- ment Fitzroy Harbour. Friends who wish may send a memorial donation to the W.A.

of St. Matthias Church. POTTER, Philip Leo In hos pital, Monday, Oct. 14, 1968. Philip Potter, 19 Hogan Street, aged 62, beloved husband of Noella Lacelle, dear father of Leo, Richard, Mar garet A.

Massia), and Norma; dear brother of Frank, Jack, and Eileen (Mrs. S. Olson). Resting Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street W. (Centre Town).

Funeral Thursday to St Anthony's Church for Funeral Mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery REID, Mr. Rubin Archibald On Saturday, Oct. 12, 1968, Rubin Archibald Reid, beloved husband of the late Carrie Welks of 136 Greenfield Street Ottawa, age 91, dear father, of WHliam Harold, Roy Archibald, Molly Alverda, Rose Selina Velma, also surviving are four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral was held on Monday, Oct 14, from the Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 260 Besserer Street to the, Canadian Martyrs Church for funeral mass at 11 a.m.

Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. ROBERTSON, Grace Edith In hospital, Monday, Oct 14, 1968, Grace Good, beloved wife of James A. Robertson, 72 Hopewell Avenue, in her 88th year, beloved mother of Harvey, Estevan, John, Toronto; Lome, Montreal, and Cecil; beloved sister "of Mrs. Annie Brew, Richmond; Mrs. Frank Lewis, Kemptville; Mrs.

Roy Curston, Kars; Mrs. Edward Duff, Carleton Place, and Miss Madeline Carleton Place; James, Oxbow, Edward, Richmond, and Charles. Resting Veitch-Draper Bank Street at Carling. Service in the chapel Thursday, 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery.

ROBINSON1. Fred In Ottawa Monday. Oct. 14, 1968, Fred Robinson, aged 66, 564 Denbury Avenue, beloved husband of the late Esther Walton, and dear father of Mrs. Jack May (Irene), Ken, Dereck and Bob.

Also survived Jby 16 grandchildren. Resting Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service in All Saints Anglican Church, WestbOro, Thursday, 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. The family request that those desiring may make donations to the Canadian Canter Society, 386 Mac-Laren Street. SANDERS, Bernard In hospital on Saturday, Oct 12, 1968.

Bernard Sanders of 2090 Neepawa Avenue, beloved husband of Esther, father of Judy and Irving. Funeral service was held from the Jewish Memorial Chapel, 375 King Edward Avenue on Sunday at 2 p.m. Interment Jewish Community cemetery. Shiva private. SHAW, Kenneth At his home 49 Queen Street, Renfrew, Tuesday, Oct.

15, 1968, Kenneth J. Shaw, beloved hus- band of Enid Rose, 'and father of "David, at Toronto aged 61 years. Resting Cochrane-Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew, where ser-1 vice, will be conducted Thursday, Oct. 17, at 2 p.m. Interment in Horton cemetery.

SHERWOOD, Captain Eds Cm Crawford, R.C.N, (retired) In hospital on Sunday, Oct. 13, 1968. Captain Edson Crawford Sherwood, R.C.N, (retired), 290 Mariposa Avenue, Rockcliffe, husband of (hp lain Kathlppn Ruth Avery, dear father of Mrs. Kenneth Cowan (Penelope Ruth), In England; Miss Esther Sarah Sherwood, Ottawa; A. Percy in the Netherlands; and Michel H.

of Ottawa. Resting at, his late residence after 12 noon Tuesday. Service at St Bartholomews Anglican Church, McKay Street, on Wednesday 2.30 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. Please omit flowers.

AA 4 HI A A 4 2. Deaths (Cont. from P-eeedlng Column! SMITH, Sgt. Eldon Wayne, U.S. Marine Corps Died on active service in Vietnam, Oct.

6j. 1968. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Smith and sister, Hanna, Moncton, and by hls father, Lloyd, R. Smith, 45 Goulburn Ave- nue Ottawa.

Body resting at Tuttle's "Funeral Home, Moncton, NB, where funeral will be held Oct. 17 at 2 p.m. SMITH, Mrs. Rolla At the Pleasant Rest Nursing Home, Hawkesbury Road, Monday, Oct. 14, 1968, Jane Crawford Higginson, aged 84 years of "West Hawkesbury Township, beloved wife of the late Rolla Smith, dear sister of Dr.

i nomas Hiesmson. Ottawa and Randolph Higginson, Savona, BC. Resting at the Hillcrest Funeral Home, Vankleek Hill, until Thursday, Oct. 17, when service will be conducted at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Hawkesbury, at 2 p.m. Interment Hillcrest cemetery.

THOMAS, Clara Lucinda In Victoria Hospital, Renfrew, on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1968, Clara Lucinda Thomas, in her 75th year, formerly of Golden Lake, beloved wife of John Leslie Thomas, Bonne-chere Manor, Renfrew, dear mother' of Marjorie (Mrs. Gordon Roesler), and Raymond Thomas, of Stittsville, dear sister of Adeline (Mrs. Harry Bloedon), Go en Lake, Alice (Mrs. Garfield England), Pembroke, Alvina (Mrs.

Alfred Thur), Pembroke, Glady (Mrs. Gladys McGee), Ottawa, Evelyn (Mrs. Frank Irwin), Ottawa, Gertrude (Mrs. William Jur-, gens), Ottawa, Ruby (Mrs. I Arthur Bartiette), Kingston, Ed and Bill Yourth, of Oshawa, Albert Yourth, Sudbury, and Harvey, of Beverley Hills, Calif.

Resting at the Laundry Funeral Home, Eganville. Funeral will, be held in St. John's Evangelical United Church, Golden Lake, Thursday, Oct; 17 at 2 p.m. Interment Evangelical cemetery, Golden Lake. WHEELER, Edgar James In hospital Tuesday, Oct.

15, 1968, Edgar James Wheeler, of 1124 Meadowlands Drive, aged 60 years, beloved husband of Katherine Bangay, father of Robert Charles, Roy Alfred, and Mrs. Donald (Dorothy Joan), son of Mrs. Alfred Wheeler, also 6 grandchildren surviving. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel315 McLeod Street. Service Thursday 3 p.m.

Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. WOOD, Jessie In hospital, Sunday, Oct. 13, 1968, Jessie Louis (born at Russell, widow of John Wood, 481 Cambridge Street, in her 89th year, sister of Walter S. and Wilkie both of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod.

Service 3 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. VEITCH-DRAPER LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKDALE CHAPEC 728-4573 BANK ST. CHAPEL 2360668 Grundy. Mov.

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GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE Where Quality ond Efficiency are traditional at. modest cost. Inquire No Obligation '233-4773 584 SOMERSET ST. WEST 2. Deaths (Cont.

from Preceding Column) RADMORE STEWART Funeral Home ond Chapel 1319 WELLINGTON ST. Our years of service and experience in the community justify your trust Telephone 728-8077 VICE CRAIG LTD. 1 FUNERAL HOMES METCALFE WINCHESTER -CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 One convenient phone number serves oil three locations. Adoptions ANDERSON Bob and Betty (nee Elizabeth Scott, R.N.) are happy to announce the arrival of their chosen daughter, Carolyn Margaret. A sister for Kathy.

i 5. lost ANYONE FINDING AND RETURNING lorge brown black cat. straved from 238 Rochester, will be rewarded. 233-4964. BAG.

WITH 2 PAIR USED MEN'S trousers. 236-401 4. 722-MOe. BICYCLE, BRIGHT GREEN, MUS-tang type. Reword.

731-3VM. BLACK CAT, MALE, ONE CRUMBLED ear Rlvermead and Aylmer Road. Reword. 77I-223S, evenings. BLACK GLASSES LOST ELGIN OR MacLarW 237-4825.

BLACK PLASTIC ID BILLFOLD, Hogs Back, Parkwood Hills. 721-etM. BROWN AND BLACK PUPPY, AN-swers to Tippy, New Edinburgh, small boys pet. Reward. 74S-2571.

BUDGIE, BLUE. MALE. 1 YEAR old, near Browning Avenue. 733-9362. DACHSHUND, SATURDAY.

EAST, view area. Eastview tag on. Reward. 749-3985. KITTEN, GREY-WHITE, 4 MONTHS, near oieneogie, Kewora.

I2-0I56. LARGE SILVER DINNER RING, ReepsaKe, on inursaay. Reward. 72V-0294. LOST, GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPY, answers to Teena, 4Vi months, block and tan.

Vicinity Carling ond Malt-land. Reword. Phone collect Shaw-vllle, 647-5547. LUGGAGE PLACED IN WRONG CAR, Corlingwood Shopping Centre. 825- J40J.

ONE-YEAR-OLD MALE LONG HAIRED cot, block, brown ond grey striped, wearing red collar with bell, Carling-wocd area. Reward. 728-7393. SMALL BEAGLE, MONTREAL Licence and rabies tag, vicinity Kitchener and Bank. Small boy's pet.

733-1401. SOUARE -GOLO-CUFP LINK, V1CIN- ity chateau Lourler, Chateaubriand iwotei ana Roger Rood. 239-2674. WALLET, CONTAINING DRIVER'S Htentv, creair coras. sum of money.

Vicinity Colonial Bus Terminal or St. Charles Hotel. 722-5542. Reward. YOUfi PET MAY BE AT THE HU- mane society Visit shelter to make sure.

725-3166. round BOY'S BICYCLE, MUSTANG, GREEN, vicinity Westboro. 722-5461. BLACK CASE. FOUND iuvertDurr soturday.

Call 722-4970. GLASSES, HORN RIM. BROWN lealher cose. Initials C. It.

vicinity Skyline Hotel. 745-6733. GLASSES. LADY'S OR YOUTH'S brown rimmed. Bank ond Glen, towa South.

234-4823. KITTEN, ALL BLACK, MALE, 4 TO 3 months old. found vicinity Parkway Towers on Richmond Road. 722-0372, evenings. LADY'S BROWN RIMMED GLASSES, pan ona wen area.

236-4822. MAN'S DARK RIMMED GLASSFt found corner of Crestview and East Lone Road. 733-5345. TABBY AND WHITE CAT, VICINITY oi manor fork. 749-2326.

13. In Memoriamf DAVIDSON In loving memory of "vslajmu, miner ana grandfather, Robert Frederick Davidson, who passed away Oct. 15, I960. More and more each day, we miss him, Friends moy think the wound Is healed. But they little know the sorrow Lying within our hearts concealed.

Wife ond Family. IcHENEY In memory of Joseph Wnu paasra away uct. H7, His toil i past, his work It dont, and he Is fully blest; Ht fought the fight, the victory won, ond entered thto rest. Sister-ln-low Mabel, Frank ond Fomlly. MATTHEWS In loving memory of u-Tur fmnmr ona gronomomer, I Matthews, who passed owoy Oct Rose 15.

I TO, You suffered so much, Your pleasures were few. You never deserved what you went through, You stood the test you stood It well. Just what you suffered, no one can tell. You left us quietly, your thoughts unknown. But you left a memory proud to own.

Ever remembered Molley, Art ond Fomlly. wisKioun loving memory otoi 1963. There link rianth Love ond remembrance lost forever'. I wite and Fomlly. 15.

Cards of Thanks KENNEDY We wish to express our sincere thonks for -messages of sym pathy ona floral tributes during the recent loss ot our father, William Kennedy. Special thanks to the staff of Perley Hospttol. The Kennedy Fomlly. 16. Funeral Directors racine, Robert and gauthier 237-3680, 260 Bessererj 300 7 Falrmontt 259 St.

Patrick; 101 Notre Dame; 73) Somerset W. Please note change ot telephone number. Florists FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. P. Proulx, 265 DoltwuileV 1)3-77931 231-1515.

FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED With 5 Locations for Your Convenience. 231 Bonk Street 2214 Carling at Woodroffe. 3626 Riverside Drive near Uplands Highway 15, Bells Corners St. Laurent Shopping Centre 236-0801 30. Service Stations SERVICE STATIONS 1 OPEN OCT, 13 to OCT.

19 7 o.m. to 10 p.m. NEIOV'S SERVICE STATION. RID-eou and King Edward. 233-0361.

MANNY BA SERVICE STATION, 1201 Bank Street. 1324456. McKALE'S BP McKALE'S, 152 BANK AT FIFTH Avenue, 334-5132. BRONSON BP, 74t BRONSON, COR-ner Carling. Open till 10 p.m.

236-5471. GEO. CURRIER'S BP GEO. CURRIER'S BP OF CANADA 1491 Bank Street. 733-0761.

sso BRONSON ESSO SERVICE CENTRE, 467 Branson Avenue. 237-5v40. ESSO ED BRENtfAN ESSO SERVICE STA-tion, corner Pinecrest Rood ond Queensway. 128-3213. ESSO IMPERIAL CENTRE CAR CLIN.

140t Bank al Heron Rood. 73l-44i7. ESSO ISLAND PARK ESSO SERVICE STA-tlrn. Island Park Drive ot Rk.tmond Rood. 72S-7I20.

FINA MAHONEY AND RICH FINA SERV. ice Stallon, 3) Mann Avenue. 235-jv38. SHELL OTTO'S SHELL SERVICE STATION, 1607 Carling Avenue ot Churchill. 729-9607.

TEXACO FINNEGAN'S TEXACO SERVICE Centre, 450 Bank street at Gladstone. 232-1411. TIXACO BRENNAN'S TEXACO SERVICE STA-tion, Heron ond Wolkley Rood. 723-148. TIXACO DON HILL'S TEXACO SERVICE STA-tion, 1859 Carling Avnue at Sher.

bourne. 728-4911. 39. Gardening and landscaping CEDARS SUPPLIED AND PLANTED; Deciduous ond coniferous trees, foundation planting. Little Rock Farms.

1-358-2938. DIG YOUR OWN TREES, 12, ANY slie. 1-257-3227. GOOD QUALITY FIELD SOD, 32C sq. yird.

1-251-3142, GOOD TOP SOIL, WILL LOAD. 663-3328. 41. Male Help Wanted AMBITIOUS "SERVICE STATION helper required. Apply IMS Dim Street.

AMBULANCE DRIVERS AND ATTEN-donts. Apply 97 Selkirk. No phone colls. APPRENTICE AMD EXPERIENCED cabinet makers wanted. 33 Capitol Drive.

825-3538. BAKER OR BAKER'S HELPER, Experienced, required Immediately, Richmond. Ontario, 20 miles from Ottawa. Apply Richmond Bakery, 838-2234. BARBER.

EXPERIENCED. S70 guaranteed plus commission. Evenings. 324-1281, GERANT DE GR0UPE REQUIS Homme ambitteux. desireux dt se fa Ire une carriere dans la vente, excel lenle remuneration.

Dolt 1 Avoir connoissonce dans lo vente. 2. Etrt billngue. 3. Pos seder un auto.

Pour renselgnements, et demandet M. JACQUES WE REQUIRE1 CLASS A MECHANICS IMMEDIATELY Only those quoliifed ond able to moke top wages will be considered, excellent working, con ditions ond insurance benefits. 895 ST. LAURENT BLVD. 7459116 BOMBING TRY FIZZLES NEW YORK Reuters) A flaming gasoline bomb was hurled at the headquarters of the U.S..' Immigration and naturalization service in lower Manhattan early Sunday, but it burned itself out on the pavement, 1 A -4 A A tA 4attee44lieVeV4i eva Ata AAA tiiliittaaA44 eVAJt.

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