v i r y i v 9 t y iloptkmj DRYBL'KGH Suzanne and Willis are happy to announce the arrival of their . chosen ton, Peter Frederick. March - 16, 1970; a brother for Pattie- Sue. Births BERTRAND Robert and Sue !. (nee Nadeau), after 7 years of marriage are very proud ',. to announce the irth of twin boys, Luc, 7 lbs. and Mark, 7 lbs. oi., at the Ottawa t Civic Hospital on Friday, March 13, 1970; all well, thanks to Dr. Shute. CRAMPTON Pat and Wayne are pleased to announce the birth of son, Collin Douglas, a brother for Geoffrey, born March 26, 1970, at Grace Hospital. N GOLDSTEIN Allan and Bona (nee Epstein), proudly announce the birth of their daughter, March 28, 1970, at . the Ottawa Civic Hospital; a sister for Stacey Linn. Both well, thanks again. Dr. Kron- HENRY Robert and Linda are thankful for the safe arrival of their first bom, a son, Robert Jason, 8 lbs. March 25, 1970, at Riverside HospHal. - MAYHEW Lee and Julie (nee Wilson) are pleased to an nounce the arrival of a daughter, Eunice Heather, Tuesday, March 24, 1970. A sister for Tim and John. Both well. . McDONALD David and Mary (nee McSeveney), announce the birth of their 4 lb. 11 or. girl, Tracesandra Jade, March 26, 1970. Both well. O FARREIX Martin and Shirley-Ann (nee O'Grady) . a'e proud to announce the birth of their first child, Christine, 7 lbs. 8 ozs., March 25. 1970, at the Civic Hospital. Many thanks to Dr. Kronlck. - ROUGIER To Frederic and Lena, (nee O'Toole), a daughter, March 26, 1970, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Deo Gratias. SEARSON Kenneth and Ann (nee Tyo), are happy to an- - nounce the arrival of a daughter. Brenda Anne, 8 lbs. 8 ! oz., on March 26, 1970, at the .- Ottawa General Hospital. Both j '. well. ' SIGOU1N Bom to John and . .Dorothy (nee Noonan), a son. .', side Hospital Baby died. TAYLOR "Bruce and Sheel-. agh (nee Wilson), are pleased to announce the birth of a ,'" daughter at Ottawa Civic Hos- ,' pltal, March 26, 1970, a sister for Kelly-Ann, , Bobby ' and ; Wendy. ; , .. -- - THELAN Judy and Peter are pleased to announce the . birth of their first child, a ,-' daughter, Kelly, on Friday, March 27. Thanks to Dr. Ham-Ha. . INDEX TO CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS Vital Stattsttai 1. ' Adoptions 2. Births 3. Deaths 4. Obituaries 5. Lost . . Found 13. In Memorloms 14. Anniversary MotM 15. Cords ot Thanks 16. Funoral Directors 17. Cemetery Memorials IS. Societies and Lodge 19. churches 30. FlorUtt 21. Cemeterte : It. Druggists Open Sunday - JO. Sorvlco Slot tons if Serrlces: 33. Banquets and Parties 34. Take-Out Foods 25. When to Go 36. Hotels and Motels 37. Beauty Solans -3. Nursing Homes 39. Gardening and Landscaping 40. Ambulance Service EMPLOYMENT 41. Mala Help Wanted ' 43. Salesmen ond Agents . 43. Positions Vacant 44. Professional Servtc 4S. Female Help Wanted ' 4S. Nursing Services . 47. Employment Wanted t 41. Domestic Help ' 43. Teachers Wanted ' 50. Tuition 51. Trade Schools 52. Baby Services APARTMENT 54. Apartments to Let . 55. Furnished Apartments to Lot ' 54. Apartments Wonted 57. Aparrmerrs tor Sol St. Furnished Apartments Wonted St. Sublets PROPS ETY 41. Property'Vor Sola 43. Property tor Rent 4X Property Wanted 44. Income Property 45. Property Eschonoed M. Outfit-Town Properties 47. Forms tor Soto 44. Forms for Rent 4. Farms Wanted to RvV - ' 70. CothMee lor Sola I 71. Cattooes lor Rent 73. Cottoges Wtmted ' 73. Cottooe Lots lor SsM . 74. Warehouse Spool 75. Offices to Let 74. Offices Wonted to Let 77. Stores to Let 75. Stares Wanted t Let 7. Resorts SO. Business OpportuntMe St. Rooms to Let S7. Rooms Wonted , Room ond Board S. Shore AccommadotkM 2. Births (Conf. tram Preceding Column) WILSON Al and Elaine (nee Patterson) are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby boy, Craig Allan, at the Civic Hospital on Good Friday; a brother for Cheryl. All well. Deiftn AMI, Minnie -Victoria Peacefully at Montreal, Que., on Wednesday, March 25. 1970, Minnie Victoria Blakely, . wife of the late Bruce Samuel Ami, beloved mother of Elizabeth and Robert Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Saturday, 9.30 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. ANDERSON, James Gilmour At Cavet, Sask., Sunday. March 22, 1970, in his 59th year, James Gilmour Anderson, formerly Arnprior; eon of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Anderson; brother of Lillian (Mrs. P. C. Scharfe), Ottawa and BIyth. Osgoode. Resting at Boyce Funeral Home, Arnprior after 3 p.m. Monday. Service ' in the chapel Tuesday 2 p.m. Interment Arnprior Cemetery, Masonic service Monday, 7.30 p.m. BASSETT, Louis At his home, Drummond Street, Perth, Ont, on Friday, March 27, 1970, Louis Bassett, in his 80th year. Resting , at Blair and Son Funeral Home, 9 West Gore Street, Perth. Funeral service to be conducted in chapel, Monday, March 30 at 2 p.m. Interment Elmwood Cemetery, Perth. , BELAK. Katherine In hospi tal. Wednesday, March 25, 1970, Katherine Schrikker. of 360 Driveway, widow of Alexander Beiak, in her 80th year, mother of Mrs. Katherine Moritz and Mrs. Maria De Laky, both of Ottawa, and Mrs. Eva Danlco, in Hungary. Libera service was held at St. Patrick's Church, Thursday at 10 a.m. Funeral mass Wednesday, April 1, 1970. at 9 a.m. BERTRAND, Mrs. Donat On Friday, March 27, 1970, age 72, Blanche Beaupre of 74 Delaneaudiere Street, : Hull, Quebec; beloved wife of Donat Bertrand; dear mother of Robert, Ottawa; Raymond, Hull; Miss Germaine Bertrand of Hull; Mrs. Roy Whetstone Estelle, Ottawa; dear.sister of Edmond, Ayl-mer; .Rene of Albany, N.Y.; Mrs. Thomas Lachance (Louisa); Mrs. Leo Allen (Azilda); Mrs. Gerald Winters (Alice); Mrs. Charles DiMorro .. (Irene, all ""of Albany, N.Y.; four . grandchildren. Funeral Monday, leaving Racine Robert and Gauthier, 101 Notre Dame Street, Hull at 9.45 for Requiem High Mass in Notre Dame de Lorette Church at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Hull. Visiting hours 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Private parking for visitors. MERCHANDISE Articles! " J. Articles tor sola , . 3. Articles Wanted . 4. Articles for Rent - . Articles for Swap i. Antique and Fkw Art T7. Firewood and Fuel . Market Basket ' 9. Muchlnery and equipment 100. Pet Stack 101. Livestock and Poultry 103. Stamps ond Coins 103. Hobbies 104. Boats and Motors 105. Snowmobiles 10s. Campers' Supplies 107. Musical Supplies ICS. Radio - Television K. Household Appliance - AUTOMOTIVE Aetosi 11. Auto Leasing 130. Autos tar Sola - 131. Autos Wanted !. Auto Accessories 123. Sports Cars , 124. Auto Parts ; : "-. Tracks! - ' 1?. Tracks tor Sola ' 130. Truck Bodies. Parts 131. Trucks Wanted 133. Trailers far Sola 134. Trailers far Rent 135. Mobile Homes tor Sola 134. Mobile Homes tor Rent 137. Mobile Homes Moved 133, Mobile Ham Parks 135. Mobile Hamas Exchanged 1. Motorcycles for sol 144. Motorcycles for Rent 147. Scooters tor Sot 145. Scooters far Rear 14. Skl-MoMM 151. 153. 153. ting Spi terlrtng Spot REAL STSTATSJ 157. 15. 15. 140. Ml. 143. M3. 144. Real Estate Santos House to Lot Furnished House t Let Furnished Houses Wanted Ss to Lot PERSONALS tu (rsK P ESI tJLSI SLEI tWWfWWM 177. Tronsportotlon Avatlnas -17t. Ti fHtisixwtotlon Wos"!! 17. Comps boys' and esrss FINANCIAL 1Mb ArVmcy Wwtfeisf 1t7. ftwy Avaitabi llW, lVErflBS7tJSj' 190. PaNntft (nd Copy MISCRIXANEOut , 14. Leoat 1J. Auctlont 14. Mr. Sarv) tf7. Coming Events 10. Stomp Collectar ' It. Anniversary Pag LONG DISTANCE NO TOLL CHARGE" PHONE ZENITH 77IN 3. Deaths (Cant, from Preceding Column) BRADY, Martin Sylvester On Good Friday, March V, 1970, husband of the late Ethel McDonell, formerly 268 Cathcart Street, age 82 years, dear father of James 0. Brady, Aylmer; Allen, predeceased. Margaret (Mrs. Cliff Dagenais); Sylvia (Mrs. J. Forland), Victoria. B.C.: Patricia (Mrs. J. Ross), Sault Ste. Marie; Sheila (Mrs. C. Portinari), Lucerne; 33 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren. Resting at the Whelan Funeral Home, S15 Cooper Street between Bay and Lyon.- Funeral . Monday to St, Brigid's ' Church for Mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. BRETZLAFF, Lena On Good Friday "at North Hadley, Quebec, Lena Ruckweld, widow of Julius P. Bretzlaff; dear mother of Linda (Mrs. Max Schwartx) of Quebec City; survived by two grandchildren; dear sister of Mary (Mrs. Verrner Bretzlaff) and Verner Ruckweld of Lady-smith, Quebec, in her 80th year. Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shawville, Quebec. Funeral Monday, March 30 at 9.15 a.m., to St. John's Lutheran Church, Ladysmlth, Quebec, for service at 10 a.m. Interment Parish Cemetery. ' BRETLAFF, Herman William At his home, Arnprior, Thursday March 26, 1970, in his 77th year, Herman William Bretlaff, beloved husband of Helena Zimmerling, . dear father of Mrs. Gerald Stokes (Rachel), Lome, Melvin; Mrs. Ken Evenson (Jean) of 4rn-prior; Lennis, Otter Lake, Que.; , Mrs. Melvm Harris (Joyce); Roy, and Mrs. Les Emmerson (Gail) of Ottawa; eight grandchildren; brother of John and Gustave and Mrs. Albert Pasch (Minnie); Mrs. Ernest Schwartz (Olga); Mrs. Adblph .Schwartz (Matilda); predeceased by four brothers and six sisters. Resting Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., Arnprior where friends may caU until 12 noon Sunday; thence to St. John's Lutheran Church for service at 2 p.m. Inter ment Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery, Schwartz, Que. . CLARK, Florence Evelyn Af her late residence, 16 Glascott Street, -on Friday, March 27, 1970, Florence Evelyn Mc-Kivor, wife of the late John Dauncey Clark and dear mother of Mervyn of Toronto and Phyllis at home. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, 9 West Gore Street, Perth from 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral services to be con ducted in the chapel on Mon day, March 30 at 3.30 p.m. Interment Oconto Cemetery, Volunteer Now ' To Help Others!; The Central Volunteer Bureau, a voluntary non-profit service organization " needs volunteers to assist In this worthy project. Wanted: The King's Daughters Dinner Wogon, a volunteer service for incapacitated people, requires drivers and helpers who can devote their services for 2 hours once a month. The work involves picking up hot prepared food at a certain location, delivering it to the intended recipients and then returning the hotlock to the place where the food was prepared. , FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL MISS SANDRA BICKERSTAFF CENTRAL VOLUNTEER BUREAU 236-3658 , This message sponsored by " MYERS-.MOTORS I ELGIN AT CATHERINE . CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Th Downtown Dealer" 233-5655 233 8411 Ottawa's Most Progressive Want 3. Deaths 1 'Cant, tram Preceding Column I CLARKE, Lilian Maud Louise In Brockville General Hospital on Good Friday, March 27, 1970. aged 77 years, widow of the Venerable H. A. C. Clarke, daughter of the late John B. and Mary Warren, mother of Mrs. B. A. Henry (Marion), Haliburton, Mrs. J. C. Garrett (Winnifred), Brockville, Mrs. A. D. Young (Beatrice), Chilawack, BC, Mrs. Bruce Shane (Ruth), Toronto. Resting at McArrhur Bros, end MacNeil Funeral Home, Cornwall. Funeral service at Trinity Church, Cornwall at 11 a.m., Easter Monday, March 30. In iieu of flowers contributions may be sent to the Archdeacon Clarke Divinity Students' Fund, co Venerable W. H. Bradley, 105 Second Street W, Cornwall, Ont. . CRAIG, Lucy Mary In hospi tal, Friday, March 27, 1970, Lucy Mary Hampshire of 173 Cooper Street, beloved Wife of - the late J. Davis Craig and dear mother of Alan of Toronto; loving grandmother of Roslyn, S u s a n n e and Shannon. Resting Cum-mirtgs Funeral Home, North Gower where friends will be received after 7 p.m. Satur- .. day. Funeral service will be held on Monday at 2.30 p.m. to Trinity Anglican Church, North Gower. Interment adjoining cemetery. ' ESCALA, Florence Suddenly in hospital on Thursday, March 26, 1970, Florence Leah Hazel, beloved wife of John S. Escala of 15 Euclid Avenue; mother of Kent S.; sister i of Frank and Ruth of Browns- burg, Que., and Nellie of Ottawa. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Sat urday, 1 p.m. Interment Pine- crest Cemetery. GOODRIDGE, James In hos pital on Thursday, March 26, 1970, James Goodridge, for merly of 1040 King Street, in his 89th year; beloved hus band of Agnes Petit; father of Mrs. Lola Ridgeway of Perth; Mrs. Gerald Lahey (Sylvia); James of Niagara- on-the-Lake; Sydney, Ottawa. , Survived also by eight grand- ' children and four great-grand children. Resting Veitch Draper Ltd., Parkdale Avenue at Gladstone. Service in chapel, Monday at 1 p.m. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. GRACE, James Lawrence In hospital, Wednesday, March 25, 1970, James Lawrence Grace, aged 81 years, husband of the late Mary Frances Mc-. Grath, formerly of 131 Cooper Street, dear brother of Mrs. . Mary " McDonald, Ottawa. Resting McEvoy-Shields Fu neral Home, 235 Kent Street Funeral Saturday to St Theresa's Church for libera service, 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. . Fu-neral Mass Tuesday, 9 a.m. in St Theresa's Church. JOANNISSE, Eugene Moise In hospital : Thursday, March 26, 1970, Eugene Moise Jaon-nisse, beloved husband of Cel-estine DeMoors, aged 85, of Rockland, Ontario; dear fa ther of Lionel, Victor, Mrs. Phillip Payer -and Mrs. Ger ald, Pilon; dear brother of Louis, Leo, Albert, Mrs. Marie Louise Carroll and Mrs. Hormidas Iabelle. Resting oe Louise Caroll and Mrs. Theo. Brunei and Son Ltd., Laurier Street, Rockland, On tario. Funeral Monday leaving at 10.15 a.m. to Most Holy Trinity Church. Funeral Mass at 10.30. Burial Parish Cemetery. MILLER, Walter In hospital Friday. March 27, 1970. Walter Miller, 953 Larkin Street, beloved husband of Camille Robert; dear father of James and Heather; brother of Mrs. Eileen MacDonald of Montreal and Phillip of Toronto. Private funeral Saturday to St. Elizabeth's Church for fun eral mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame. kmi ttt leplVes 3X8 455 4S7 478 4A3 SOO 016 618 631 6SS 672 67 97 6S8 700 7S0 736 737 746 746 751 4fit 461 644 frf.1 but 607 644 6X0 600 6R3 712 715 736 739 764 768 465 473 5SS 663 614 61S 661 6fS2 WW r)fl 716 726 7 744 766 773 3 Deaths I Coot, from Preceding Column) MOORE, Mary Ellen Junius In hospital on Thursday, March 26, 1970, Junius Mous-seau, beloved wife of Allen Moore of 34 Kingsdale Boulevard, Blossom Park, formerly of South Porcupine; dear mother of Mrs. Brian O'Con-nell (Helen), Renfrew; Mrs. Thomas Arnott (Gail), Peterborough; Mrs. Gerald Le-cuyer (Lea). Blossom Park; Mrs. Richard Feasel (Ann), Calgary; sister of Mrs. Al-drick Chenier, Campbells Bay; Mrs. Chesley Colwell, Sudbury; and the late Leonard Mousseau; survived also by ten grandchildren. Resting Veitch Draper Ltd., Bank Street at Carllng Avenue. Requiem Mass' Monday, 10 a.m. at St Bernard's R.C. Church, Blossom Park. Interment in spring at Woods Cemetery, Metcalfe Highway. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Ontario' Heart Foundation would be appreciated. MOSS, Marjorie In, Renfrew Hospital, Saturday, March 28, 1970, Miss Marjorie Moss, aged 70 years, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moss. Resting at the Coch- rane-Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew. F u n e r a 1 notice later. " . PATRICE, Mr. Thomas On Friday, March 27, 1970, age 74, Thomas Patrice, Hull, Quebec, beloved husband of Rose Belanger; dear father of Yves, Gatineau; Michael, . Montreal; Gilbert of Hull; Charles, Ottawa; Mrs. R. A. Lefebvre (Llse); Mrs. jDon- ald Holton (Andree) of Ot tawa; Mrs. Robert Tardif (Monique) of Limbour, Que bec; Mrs. J. Jacques Sanche (Mane) of Portland, U.S.A.; dear brother of Mrs. Ernest Gouture (Florence); Mrs. Si-moni Deriger; Miss Germaine Patrice; '.Mrs. Sofrida Mor- risset, ell of Ottawa; brother- in-law of Mrs.. Albertine Pa trice of Ottawa; 26 ' grand children. Funeral Monday leaving Racine Robert and Gauthier, 101 Notre Dame St. Hull at 8 o'clock for Requiem High Mass, Notre Dame de Grace Church at 8,. 15. Inter ment Notre Dame tjemetery, Hull. Visiting hours, 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Private parking for visitors. RAES, Albert In hospital on Friday, March 27, 1970, Al bert Joseph Jules Raes, age 67, 5 Parkfleld Crescent; hus band, of Maria Cardon; father of Mrs. J. V. Renders (Yol ande) and Mrs. A. Mitchell (Nelly). Resting at Hulse and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron Avenue, between Wood-roffe and Compton. Service Saturday, 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery. REMUS, Alvina In hospital, Ottawa, on Friday, March 27, 1970, in her 80th year. Alvina Hartwick, of Arnprior, widow of John Remus; mother of Mrs. Elsie Kargus; Mrs. Eva Brandimore; Mr. Wilfred Remus, Lester, Julius, Robert, Henry. Resting at Boyce Funeral Home, Arnprior. Service in the chapel Saturday at 3 p.m. Interment Arnprior Cem etery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Gideon Bible Society, appreciated. ROBIDOUX, Nicole In hospi tal, Wednesday, March 25, 1970, Nicole Chene, 15 Marlowe Crescent aged 27, wife of Michel Robidoux, dear mother of Michelle, be loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chene, dear sister of Luc and Paule, granddaughter of Mrs. H. Boult and Mrs. J. D. Chene. Resting Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset (Centre Town). -' Funeral Saturday ' to Cana dian Martyrs Church for libera at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame. Funeral mass Monday, 9 a.m., Canadian Martyrs Church. SLATHON, Joseph In hospi tal on Saturday, March 28, 1970, Joseph Slathon, aged 48, of 300 Croydon Avenue, beloved husband of Marguerite McDonald, dear father of Michael and Marcelle. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Avenue, where friends may caH after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday to the Roman Catholic Chapel, RocVcJiffe. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. Soturdoy, Ad Section" 3. . , Deaths (Cont. from Preceding Column) THOMPSON, James Edward On Good Friday, March 27, 1970. at Island Lodge, Ot tawa, Ont, James Edward Thompson, in his 81st year, husband of the late Sarah Wilson, dear brother of Fred, Lulu (Mrs. Edward Sugrue), of Ottawa. Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shawville, Que. Funeral service Monday, March 30 at 2 p.m. Interment Norway Bay Cemetery. TROWSSE, May In hospital. Friday, March 27, 1970, May E. Moore, widow of Wesley P. Trowsse, 190 Stanley Avenue. Mother of Howard W., ' Montreal and Robert A. of Vancouver; grandmother of Wayne, sister of Mrs. H. T. Scott and Mrs. James Lee, Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Monday, 2 p.m.. Entombment Pinecrest cemetery vault. Interment St. James' cemetery in. spring, i RADM0RE STEWART Funeral Home and Chapel 131? WELLINGTON STREET CAMERON WEAGANT Our Years of Service and Experience in .the Community Justify Your Trust Telephone 728-8077 , Hulse & Playfair Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ami, Minnie Victoria.. Escolo, Florence. Gow, Gerald, Alexander. , ' . Raes, Albert. .1- Waldroff, Nejll Elizas!!)., .-,.. Central Chapel 315 McLEOD ST.' , 2331143 West Chapel ' 1098 BYRON AVE. 728-1761 VEITCH-DRAPEiV LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKDALE CHAPEL - 728 4473 BANK ST. CHAPEL 234 0668 Burntkle, W4aUrd.v Goodridge, Jome&3 Moor, Mary Ellen. VICE & CRAIG-LTD! FUNERAL HOMES METCALFE WINCHESTER. CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 One convfrnknt ttltplion number nrvti oil thnw location. FRED N. GARRETT ; FUNERAL SERVICE . 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Kent Street area. 728-6563, evenings. 1970 LICENCE PLATE, ON METAL trip. 234-4747. 13. b MemorlaHts BOUCHfrU In loving memory of a avar nusoond, crarenc m. Boucher, who potMd away March 29, 1965. Th rolling itrom of llf flows on. But still th vocont chair (Recalls th lov, tht vole ond smile Of one who once sot there. Wife Jennie. CHENIER In fond ond loving mem ory or o oeor gronomotner and great- grandfather, Horace Chenier, who passed away March 29, 1947. We think of him In silence. No eyes can see us weep; But stilt within our hearts, His memory we keep. Sadly missed, Anne, Jerry, Jeffrey, toro-Lynne. DOHERTY In loving memory of a dear brother, Michael Doherty, who ?aswa away warcn 28, 1969. . odoy recalls the memory . Of o loved one gone to rest; And those who think of him today Are those who laved him best. The flowers we lay upon hit grave May wither ond decay But the love for him who lies beneath Will never fade away. . . Sisters. DREW In loving memory of a dear grandmother, Mrs. Moe Drew, who pasted away March 28. 1955. Remembered alwavt. Your Granddaughter Carole. DUGGAM In loving memory of a aear nutoana, aeniamtn (Ben) who passed away March 29, 1949. Through tears I watched you tuffer, I watched you fade away. Yet all I could do was lust stand by, -Day after helpless day. But when I saw you sleeping. So peaceful free from pain, I could not wish you bock To tuffer so again. Sadly missed, wife Den. DUGGAN In tovlna memorv of Bn ouagon, who passed away March 29, 199, In memory, a dally thought; In heart, a silent sorrow. -ln. DUGGAN In tovlna remembrance of a dear father, Benjamin (Ben) who passed owov March 29, 1949. Today recalls the memory Of a loved one gone to rest; And thos who think of him today Are those who loved him best. Th flowers we lay upon his grave May wfther and decay. But the love for him who lies beneath Will never fode away. Daughter Sandra and Son Danny. FRASER In loving memory af a dear mother, wrs. wary Ann Fraser, who pasted away March -29, 1959. Ther It a link death cannot sever. Cove ond remembrance last forever. Jock. GILLESPIE In fond ond lovtng mem ory or our aear motner. Rheo Gil lespie who posted away on March 29, 1969. We do not need a special day To brlna you to our mind. For the days we do not think of you r very noro to una If all this world were ours to give. We'd afv ft, yes, and more. To see the face of mother dear. Come smiling through the dor. Sons Thomas and Gordon. GILLESPIE In sod ond loving mem ory or a aear wire, Rhea GlllesD who passed away to suddenly on March 29, 1949. Smc you've gone dVst and I remain. One thing I'd have you do Wotk stowty down the path af death, For soon I'M follow you. I want to know each step you take. That I may walk the some. For some day down that loneiy road. tow ii near me can your name. Husband Bill. LA F FIN In lovtna memory of our dear parents, mother, Florence, poesed away March 29, 1945. Dad, John King Lofftn, Nov. 14, 1952. O he pay houjt we once ertoyed. How tweet their memory still. But death has left a loneliness The world con never flM. Lovtnaiy remembered,. Stan. Irene and Family. MATHER In loving memory of a aear mrer ana aunt, sniriey, who possea way vtarcn if, if. This month comes bock with sad) It recalls a day we wiH never forget. You feH asleep without goodbye. But our memories of you will never . No one knows th grief we bear Where The family meets and you're not there. lYm left so suddenly, your thoughts I unknown. But you left memories we or proud Chofies. Ameth, NeR'ond) Brute. The Ottawa Journal 29 13. b MemtfldffS 'Cont. from Preceding Column) McDONALD In memory of Mrs. -Mti iuu . LwrMjia, aear ntomtx ond granamotner, who putted oway March , IW. what would I not give H ctatp her hand. Her dear sweet foe to see. To hear her voice, to see her trnll. That meant to much to me. Daughter Elinor Howard and Family. MILKS In loving memory of 0 dear nuwurN, . rlftllfcta WHO pOtt- ed oway Morch 19, 1941. Time tokes oway the edge of grief. But memory turns back every leaf. wne. MOREAU In loving memory of Edna wweou, wno aiea April 24, itef, ond her hutbond, Kenneth Moreau, who died March It, 196, Both buried at Trenton. A helping nan to oil they knew. So lund. to geiseroue, and true. On earth they nobly did the best. Grant them, Jttus, heavenly rest. -Lovingly remembered by Son Oon, Dawohter-in-Low Sandy, GranaV doughters Loura ond Dawna, Gonanoque, Ont. MURPHY In loving memory of a dear hutbond and father, Joseph Ernest, who passed owoy March 21, 1949. The roiling si room of lite flows on. But still the vacant chair Recalls the love, th vole and trnll Of on who one tat there. Love, Morguerite, Terry, Linda, -Suton ond Mary Ann. NORTON m fond ond loving memory af a dear husband, father ond grand lather, John Harold Norton, who posted owsy Morch 29, 1952. Love's greatest glM Remembrance. -Wife ond Family. SMITH In loving' memory of a dear wife ond mother, Maude, who pasted away Morch 30, 1949. A year has posted tine that sad day. When one we loved was eolted oway; God loo her home. It was His will. Within our hearts she llveth still. Sadly missed by Husband ond Fomlly. r SYLVESTER in loving memory of o beloved husband, father ond grandfather, Arthur Sylvester, who posted owoy March 29, 1940. We think of him In silence. Hit name we oft recall. ' There It nothing left to answer. But his picture on the wall. Wife, Chldren and Grandchlldntn. WALSH In loving memory of o very dear friend, Mrs. Mice Walsh, who pasted away Morch 20. 1944. Love's greatest gift Remembrance. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ford, Dorothy, Gay ond Dana. MEMORIAL GIFTS . RESPONDING TO REQUESTS, THE Canadian Cancer society has "in Memortom" cards available from Cor-leton Unit Offic or funeral porlort, for us at th time of bereavement of a trtend or loved one. Such funds or used for research to find f h ultimate cure of cancer. To make arrangements telephone 235-1094. 15. . Cards of Thanta LANCTOT We wish to express our heartfelt thanks ond deepest appreciation to our friends, relatives and neighbors for their ads of kindness, messages ot sympathy and beautiful floral tributes, during the loss of our beloved husband, ten her and grand-' father, Eugene (Gene) Lonctot. Mrs. Eugene Lane tot and Family. y ' " STUBINA "V. To our many friends In Ottawa we extend our sincere thanks for the many cards and donotlont In the memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. The Stublna Family. 16. funeral Directors RACINE, ROBERT AND GAUTHIER Reg'd., 237-3480, 240 Besserer; 300 Olmsteod; 7 Fairmont; 259 St. Pat rick; 101 Notre Dame. 17. 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