The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on February 16, 1970 · Page 23
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. Deaths By The) Canadian Press Star (a, P.E.I-Dr. A. A (Gus) MacDonald, 94, former Speaker of the Prince Edward Island legislature and a general practitioner in medicine for more man 60 years, Tunbrldge Wells, England- Lord Oowding, 87, the air chief marshal who led the Royal Air Britain. ; Mexico City Marcelo Chavez, 58, Mexican movie and television comic. Births ABBOTT Carl and Judy an-. nounce the arrival of a daughter, Ann-Marie Lynn, S lbs. 10 ors. on Friday, Feb. 13, 1970. at the Civic Hospital, a sister for Shawn and Patrick. CODE Lawrence and Ewena (nee Beggs) are pleased to ' announce the arrival of then-daughter, Alanna Heather, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, on Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970. A sister for NIL FORGUES Maurice and Caro- lyn (nee Beehler) are pleased to announce the arrival Of- . baby girl 7 lbs. 7 oz. on Feb. 14. 1970, at Grace Hospital. Thanks to Or. Beggs and Dr. Paterson. .- GERVAIS To Ted and Cheryl (nee Beasley) a daughter, Michelle Ann, 6 lbs. 4 ozs., on Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, " at the OtUwa Civic Hospital. GENIER Claude and Rachel (nee Tremblay) are pleased to announce the birth of their second son Norroand, Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970. at the General Hospital. A brother for Mar tin and second grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Genier. Mother and son both well. NOLAN Peter and Sheila (nee Holmes) proudly announce the arrival of a son Patrick, 7 lbs. 4 ozs., on Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, at the RiveraideHospttah- Special thanks to Dr. George Taylor. PRICE Pat and Cathy are happy to announce the. birth of a son, Dereck Patrick, 9 lbs., Feb. 14, 1970, at the Civic Hospital. WALL Glenn and Jill (nee Norfolk) are pleased to announce the birth of a daugh ter, Andrea, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Feb. 14. 1970. A sister fr Christopher. WILDE Jim and Margo are happy to announce the ar- rival of Kathryn Elizabeth (Katy), a sister for Sarah Beth. Born Feb. 13.- 1970 Both well. Thanks to Dr. Gear. Jooniil Subscription Met SINGLE COPY PftlCE: 10C OMTl ISC Snturday. ftv rAAttlFR; Arte O SWeet. BY MAIL: PayotM In advance Con-Ma. Canadkm Forte Post Offices and U.S. A. 13.01 a month or 132.00 a yeor. All other countries M.00 o month or 140.00 e rear. Saturday only 25c per Issue or SI3.00 o year to any aaoress. For further information soil nt.7511. Joand Box KtpUes D 100 117 152 155 163 176 183 313 217 218 231 240 243 246 246 258 269 281 282 297 299 309 326 353 366 386 398 399 402 408 409 410 411 430 431 432 433 434 435 438 439 441 443 448 449 450 451 452 454 457 459 460 463 466 467 472 478 487 488 493 500 Death Notices Will Be . Accepted Each Saturday From 7 a-mtoSO 236-751 1 LONG DISTANCE NO TOLL CHARGE PHONE ZENITH 77120 Dufts ARBOUR, Philias In hospital. Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, Philias Arbour, beloved husband of Diane Tessier, of 84 Beech-wood; brother of Zepherin (Bill), Ottawa; Mrs. Joseph Mansi (Florence), Montreal; Mrs. Blueford Payne (Laura), Detroit; Mrs. Joseph Hanzel (Rose), Sudbury. Resting Landreville Funeral Home, 578 Somerset W. Funeral Tuesday to St. Charles Church. Funeral Mass 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. BELANGER, Albertine C. On Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, in hospital, Albertine Campeau, aged 97 years, wile by tirst marriage of the late J. Wil-brod Fraser and by second marriage of the late Phydine R. A. Belanger, dear mother of J. Emile Fraser, Ottawa; sister of Miss Amanda Cam peau, stepmother of Mrs. P. M. Henri Leblanc. of Montreal; Mrs. Ida Belanger, Ottawa, and Raoul R. Belanger, of Vancouver; also survived by 5 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Resting Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 260 Besserer Street. Funeral Mass at Sacred Heart Church, Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. BRADLEY, John Thomas At Pembroke, Feb. 15, John Thomas Bradley, of Eganville, in his 77th year, beloved husband of Margaret Curry, dear fatheTf-Levlna-(MrsrWtlfred Wren), Renfrew; Percy, Osha-wa; Felex, Ottawa; Rita, (Mrs. Clark Walsh), Micks- burg; Rev. K: P. Bradley, of Cormac; Elizabeth (Mrs. Frank Linkie), North Bay; Jean (Mrs. Ron Smith), Pembroke; Wayne, Eganville; also survived by 1 brother, Philip, of Esmonde, and 1 sister. Hannah (Mrs. Charles Valli quette), of North BayResting O'Reilly Funeral Home, Egan ville. Funeral Wednesday to St. James Roman Catholic Church. Requiem Mass at 11 a.m. Interment parish ceme tery, Eganville. BROWNLEE, Frances Ethel In hospital Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970. Frances Ethel Ben- bow. aged 90 years, beloved wife of the late Ermine Brownlee, 301 Irene Cres cent Loving mother of Ethel, Mrs. Douglas Wilson (Betty), Laurie, of Brent wood Bay, BC; Edward, of Calgary, and Bill. Sister of Mrs. Wilfred Trivett, of Montreal. Six grandchildren also survive. Resting Veitch- Draper Ltd., Parkdale at Gladstone. Service was Monday at 2 p.m. Interment wood cemetery. BUCK, Orville Emerson At Camp Fortune, Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, Orville Buck, beloved husband of Hazel Scharf, 19 Vanson Avenue, in his 47tH year, father of Debra and Kenneth, son of George Buck, of Birmingham, England; brother of Mrs. Richard God- bold, Arthur, George and Nor man Buck. Resting Veitch- Draper Ltd. 453 Parkdale Ave- - nue. Service in the chapel Wednesday, II a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. CARR1GAN, Michael In hos pital Monday, Feb. 16, 1970, Michael Carrigan, aged 90, of 105 Glen Avenue, beloved husband of Emily Ardies, dear father of Larry, Trevor and Bill, also- survived by 9 grandchildren, dear bro ther of Margaret. Carrigan. Resting Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset (Centre Town) where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday in the chapel at 2 p.m. Entombment Pinecrest Vault. CHARBONNEAU, Jacque L. CharbonneaU. of 619 David Street. Buckingham, on Sunday, Feb. 15at home, age 46. Beloved husband of Rita Raby, father of Richard and Mar-celle, of Buckingham; brother of Gerard, of Hull; Bernard, of Gatineau; Marcel, of Buckingham; Mrs. Antoine Four-nier. of Buckingham; Mrs. LAndreMayeroLJCornwall Resting Brunet Funeral Home, 115 MacLaren Street, in Buckingham. Funeral Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1970, for service at St. Luke's Church at 2.30 p.m. Interment parish ceme tery. In lieu of flowers, do nations to the local Retarded Children's Association of which Mr. Charbonneau was a foundling member. 'Offcrwa's Most 3. Dqflu ICont. from Preceding Column) CHARMAN, John William In hospital Sunday, . Feb. 15. 1970, John William Charman, .veteran of Boer War and World War I, aged 89 years. Husband of the late Hilda Millerwood of 1133 River Road, dear father of Arthur, Harry and Mrs. James Newton (Betty), also survived by four grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street Service Wednesday 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery; COCHRANE. Sarah In hosnL tal Monday, Feb. 16, 1970, Sarah Devlin (life member of Clan Cameron), beloved wife of the late James Coch rane, in her 95th year, dear mother of Bordon, of Tor onto, Donald, Arthur and Allan, all of Ottawa, II g r a n d children 15 greatgrandchildren also survive. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Wednesday 1 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. CROUCH, Robert S. On Fri day, Feb. 13. 1970 at his home, 4450 Inman Avenue, Vancouver, beloved husband of Ellen Isabelle King; father of Pat (Mrs. J. W. Burdett), of Vancouver; brother of Marion (Mrs. Walter Thomas), Geoff j Roger and Harry (Tony), all of Ottawa; and Lewis Crouch Potter, of Kemptville. Interment Forest Lawn cemetery, Vancouver. EGAN At Welland, Ont., Sat urday, Feb. 14, 1970, Wilfred Egan, in his 40th year, be loved brother of Joseph Egan and Mary Egan, Ottawa. Resting at Goodfellow's Funeral Home, Westport Fu neral Tuesday at St. Edward's Church at 10 a.m. Interment parish cemetery, EVANS, Right Reverend Ken neth Charles Anglican Bish op of Ontario At Kingston General Hospital on Friday, Feb. 13,' 1970, Bishop Evans, beloved husband of Marjorie Mowat and dear father of Malcolm, of Hamilton; Gwynneth. David, of Toronto; Catherine Ann Cocks, of Ottawa, and Ross, of Kingston. Bishop Evans is resting at the Cathedral Church of St. George, Kingston. Funeral will take place from the Cathedral at 12 noon Tuesday. Interment Cataraqui cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund or the Diocese of Ontario Clergy Pension Fund. FIND LAY, Russell William In hospital on Saturday, Feb. 14. 1970. Russell William Find-lay, of Kemptville, in his 77th year, beloved husband of Helen Law Farmer and dear father of William Russell, Kars; Russell James and Helen Elizabeth (Mrs. Charles Rose), both of Portland, Ore.; brother of Minni (Mrs. Stewart McNeil), Agnes (Mrs. Samuel Scobie). Hariet (Mrs. Jack Sloan), Katherine (Mrs. Cecil Pratt); also survived by six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Resting at Cummings Funeral Home, North Gower, where service was held on Monday, Feb. 16, 1970, at 2 p.m. Interment Merivale cemetery. FOX, James At his residence. 298 Iroquois Road, on Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, James Fox, 82 years, son of the late James Fox and the late Elizabeth McAteer, dear brother of Edward, John, Walter, Teresa, (Mary) Mrs. Samuel Armstrong, Ottawa, and Albert of Iroquois, Ont Resting McEvoy Shields, Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday to Our Lady of Fatima Church, funeral mass 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. - UNCOVER 2WW DEAD TOKYO (Reuters) The re mains of 950 Japanese soldiers have been discovered on the Pacific island of Iwo Jima, one of the -major battlefields of The Second World War. In all, the battle cost 6,800 American ,and 22,000 Japanese lives. Progressive Want 3. DeAs (Cont. from Preceding Column) FRANEY, Rita TOSM In hospital Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, Rita Franey, of 40 Le-breton Street, daughter of the late John Franey and the late Leanore Reddington. Dear sister of Emmett Vincent, (Beatrice) Mrs. Frank Hall, (Bemice) Mrs. Lawrence Bums, Miss Lois Franey and (Alice) Mrs. Robert Robinson, all of Ottawa. Several nieces and nephews. Resting McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street, after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday ?" QT tY nf' PPrpotnal Help Church,, funeral Mass 7.45 a.m. Interment . Notre Dame cemetery. GILUS, Gertrude Jane In hos pital Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, Gertrude J. O'Brien, aged 82, beloved wife of the late Robert Gillis; dear mother of William and John, Ottawa; Harry, Lucerne, Que., and the late Gordon Gillis; sister of Mrs. Margaret Conley, Pem broke; loving grandmother of nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service in the chapel Wednesday, 11 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. GILLIES, Brigadier John Al- ' bert In hospital Arnprior, Sunday, heb. 15, l970,-in his 65th year, Brigadier John A. Gillies, of Braeside, Ont, dear husband of Rosamond Findlay. Brother of Norman, Arnprior. and the late Miss Janet Gillies. Resting Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., Arnprior, until 12 noon Tuesday thence to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Arnprior, for service at 2 p.m. Interment in the family .cemetery, Braeside, in the spring. Contributions to your favorite charity gratefully acknowledged. JORDAN, Daisy May In hospital Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, Daisy May Thobum, widow of Charles A. Jordan formerly of Kenogami, Que. beloved mother of Gilbert Joan and David, also survived by four grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street Service Monday, 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood. KILLARN. Patrick At his residence on Saturday, Feb. 14. 1970. Patrick KillarnT aged 47. or 8 Hartington Place (Lt. Ottawa Fire Department), husband of Mar-jorie-Ann Lyness.- Beloved son of Mrs. Veronica Kil-larn. Dear father of Sandra, Marnay and Lonnie. Dear brother of Mrs. Rita Kranch, Mrs. Mary Lewicki, Mrs. Alice Sauve. Resting Kelly Funeral Home. 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Tuesday to St. Theresa Church for Mass at .9 a.m. Interment St. Eliza-. beth cemetery. Cantley, Que. Full Ottawa Fire Department honors will be accorded. KRUGER, Samuel J. In hospital, Ottawa, on Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, Samuel J. Kruger, widower of Susan Scully, deceased; beloved father of Mrs. J. Werner (Kathryn), Peterborough; Or-land, Belleville; Kevin, -Ot tawa, and brother of Miss Florence Kruger, deceased: Mrs. J. Conway (Irene), Barry's Bay; Daniel, Renfrew; William, Eganville; Raymond, Eganville. Resting at Zun macn f uneral Home, Killaloe. Funeral Mass Monday, Feb. 16 at St. Andrew's Church, Killaloe. LALONDE, Mrs. Rathael Born Clarida Chenier,' of Plantagc net, died Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970. age 90 years. Surviving -are one son. Rolland Montreal; and six daughters. Geraldme (Mrs. Lucien Cha- telain), Montreal; Bertha (Mrs. Fern and Lalonde), P 1 a n t ag e net, Germainine (Mrs. Bruno Chatelain), Rol-lande (Mrs. Gaston Des roches)L both of Montreal; Lucille (Mrs. Harold McCul-lough), Fournler; Colombe (Mrs. Armand Dertrand), Montreal; 21 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Resting at Lamarre and Son Funeral Home, Alfred. Fu neral Tuesday, Feb. 17, 3.30 p.m., at St Paul s Church, Plantagenet Interment at Curran cemetery. Ad Section' 3. Cont. Deaths from Preceding Column) LAWN, P. E. Tim In hospital. Sunday, Feb. 15. 1970, Tim Lawn, aged 66 years, of 85 Range Road, Apt. 101, husband of the late Mary Louise Cahill and dear father of Patrick and Michael, Ottawa; (Helen) Mrs. Ron Ca niveau, Chalmsford; 7 grandchildren. Resting McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street, until 1 p.m. Tuesday, then to Ringrose Bros. Funeral Home, Campbells Bay. Funeral Wednesday to St. John the Evangelist Church for Mass. 10 a.m. Interment parish cemetery. . IeBRUN, Raymond E. (retirerl army officer) Died sudden ly in England, Sunday, Feb. 15. 1970, aged '64, Raymond LeBrun. served in World War II as personnel army officer, beloved husband of Jeanne Dagenais, f 1033 36th Avenue, Ville La Salle, Que., father of Dr. Claudette (Mrs. Claude . Khuot, MD), both specializing in Paris, brother of Lucien of Ottawa. Funeral service and interment later in Ville La Salle, Que. LINDSAY, Charles F. In hos pital. Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, Charles F. Lindsay, of 260 Metcalfe Street, in his 86th year, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindsay, formerly of Oxford Mills, Ont; brother of Miss Gladys Lind say, of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service Wednesday at 3 p.m. Entombment Pinecrest vault until spring when interment will take place in Oxford Mills, Ontario. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday. MAXWELL, Alice Suddenly at her home, Burnet. Que., on Saturday. Feb. 14, 1970, Alice Lila Bates, in her 85th year, wife of the late David M. Maxwell, dear mother of Mrs. Harvey' Ditchf ield (Edna Jean), sister of Mrs. Ethel Trowsse, Wakefield, 1 grandson, David Ditchfield, and 2 great - grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron Avenue between Woodroffe and Compton. Funeral Tues day 2 p.m. Committal service Pinecrest cemetery. Interment at Hall's cemetery, Wakefield, Que. in the spring. MAYHEW, Minnie In hospital Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, Minnie Dalzell. aged 81, beloved wife of Robert J. Mayhew, 478 Roosevelt Avenue; dear mother of Ruby, Montreal; Wilfred, P e ter- borough; Maurice, Farnham, Que.; Ritchie and Arthur, Ottawa; Clarence, Sher-brooke, Que.; Muriel (Mrs. Ian K. Ross), Santa Barbara, Calif.; dear sister of Willie Dalzell, Ireland; loving grandmother of 11 grandchildren. Resting at the Tubman Fu neral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt. Service in All Saints' Anglican Church Tuesday, 11 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. MESLEY, Rev. W. Frank Sud denly at his residence on Fed. 14, 1970, Rev. W. Frank Mes-ley, in his 74th year, beloved husband of Selena H. Dobbin, dear father of Victor, Kemptville: William, of Bar-rie; Mrs. Don Chalk (Selena), Mrs. Jack Lenhardt (June) Burgessvitle; Gordon, Mont real; George, Brantford; Paul, Richmond Hill; Robert, Burl ington; Mrs. Gerald Taylor (Pat), Montreal; dear grand father, of 32 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren; brother of Arthur, Richard and Doris, all in England, and Mrs. Walter Jones (Mabel), Toronto. Resting at Pethick Funeral Home, Barrie. Service Tuesday. Interment Minesing, Ont. . McKEOUN, Mrs. Mary In hos- pital. Chapeau. Que., Mon., Feb. 16, 1970. Mary Carroll, age 81 years, beloved wife of the late Gecrge McKeouh, dear mother of Mrs. Joseph McGuire (Claire), sister of Mrs. Michael Bowers both of Chapeau. Resting at" Ring-rose Bros. Funeral Home, Chapeau. Funeral Wednesday, Feb. 18 to St. Alphonsus Church for Requiem Mass at a.m lufTar lirpartshmBnaaTCet-JrTFflnd MontaRrRestH tery. District Want Ad Aunts SMITHS FALLS r-mcShone and Shanks Phormocy. Beck with and Mam streets. Phone 2IJ-MM. CARLETON PLACE Wilson's- Drug store. Bridge street. Phone 757-1505 PEMBROKE Mrs. R. Locke, 277 Patricio Street. Phone 7U-4351. RENFREW Mrs. D. Belanger, KM. Raglan Street, pnene OJ-3J0J. Mondoy, February 16, 1970 lOCAl CAUS HONE 236-7511 3. Dtafa (Cont. from Preceding Column) MONGEON, Jean Paul Of First Avenue, Gatineau, on Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, in hospital, aged 45, beloved brother of Herve of Port Arthur, Raymond, Roland, Rodolphe of Timmins, Hbr- midas of Sudbury, Rheal, Gatineau; Mrs. Russell Gi- roux . Mrs. Edgar Neville, Mrs. Gilbert Limmer, Buck ingham; Mrs. Rene Scant- land, Aylmen Mrs. Pearl Schryer, Gatineau; Mrs. Con rad Foumler, Timmins. Resting Brunet Funeral Home, 115 Maclaren Street Buck ingham. Funeral on Wednes day, Feb. 18. for service at St Gregory's Church at 9.30 a.m. Interment parish ceme tery. , MONETTE, Dolores In hospi tal Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, Dolores ThibaulL seed 58. of 189 Forvyard, wife of the late Leo Monette; dear mother of Albert, Rogety. Mrs. Paul Gourgon (Claudette); sister of Omer Thibault MrsSsF-mile Jean and Mrs. Paul Emile Ducharme; also II grandchu dren. Resting Landreville Funeral Home, 578 Somerset W. Funeral Tuesday to Our Lady of the Angels Church for mass at 11 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. MacLELLAN, Florence Mildred At Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, Florence Mildred Reilly. beloved wife of th anas Harold MacMillan, dear mother of William, Alex and Allan, sister of Mrs. Marguerite Firth, of Montreal, and Thomas Harold Reilly, of Aylmer,- Que. Funeral from D. A. Collins Chapel, 5610 Sherbrooke Street W. Mont real,. Wednesday, at 11 a.m to Lakeview cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Quebec Diabetic Association, 934 St. Catherine Street, Mont real E Montreal 132, would be appreciated. 1 MacMARTTN, Mary Lillian On Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, Mary Lillian Macdonald, be loved wife of. the late M. D. MacMartin; dear mother of Mrs. C. MacDermid (Mar garet), Cornwall; Malcolm P. MacMartin; Hrf Ottawa, Rev. Bruce MacMartin of Mansfield, Mrs. H. J. Devlin (Lois), Kingston, and the late Mrs. P. Barkema (Elizabeth); sister of Mrs: J. B. MacHattie (Janet), Willowdale; Lester Macdonald of. Sherbrooke, N.S.; John Angus Macdonald, Ottawa, and Bruce Macdonald of Truro. Resting Rad- more Stewart Funeral H6me, 1319 Wellington Street be tween Parkdale and Island Park Drive. Service in the chapel Tuesday at 2.30 p.m Cremation at Pinecrest. McKENNA, Goodall Suddenly at his residence, 544 Lisgar Street, Apt. 2, on Saturday1. Feb. 14, 1970, Goodall Mc-Kenna, beloved husband of Helen M. Battcrton, dear father of (Shelagh) Mrs. R. Birchard, Gananoque. Ont. brother of Dr. Arthur Mc-Kenna and Mrs. Marie Tier ney, Ottawa and the late Frank, Gus and Thomas Mc- Kenna, (Irene) Mrs. C. Ham- mill. Resting McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home. 235 Kent Street. Funeral Tuesday to St Patrick Church funeral mass 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. MURRELL, Mary At Pem broke Hospital, on Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, in her 81st year, Mrs. Mary Murrell, 259 Peter Street, Pembroke, wife of the late Thomas Murrell, dear mother of Muriel (Mrs. Emil Russell), of Pembroke; Shir ley (Mrs. Robert Cadwal-lader) ..Toronto; Del, Ottawa, and Kenneth, Belleville; also survived by 17 grandcMdren. Resting at Malcolm and Deavitt Funeral Home. 141 Renfrew Street. Pembroke, where service will be held at 2 p.m. Interment Pentecostal cemetery. STARY, Sylvia Student Carle- ton University, accidentally, Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, Sylvia Stary, aged 19 years, dear daughter of Mrs. Milada and the. late Marcel Stary, sister of ing McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent after 12 noon Tuesday.' Funeral arrangements later. FIGHT POLLUTION . To. date, -Ontario Hydro has spent or c o m m i 1 1 e d nearly $40,000,000 on air quality con- 2fL The 3. DmIbj (Cont. font Preceding Column) SHAIL, Harold In hospital at Ottawa Saturday, Feb. 14. 1970, Harold Shall, beloved husband of the late Merle Crampton. Dear father of Mildred (Mrs. Lloyd Runtz), Arnprior. Dear brother of Lena (Mrs. Clifford Stanzel), and Preston, both of Carle-ton Place, in his 70th year-Resting at Fleming Bros. Fu-neral Home, Lake Ave. W., Carleton Place, where service will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 17, at 2 p.m. Interment St John's cemetery, Innis-ville, in the spring. TESSIER, Romuald In hospital Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, "Romuald Tessier, ' aged 64, of 279 Montfort Street Van-ier, beloved father of Real, Quebec City, Marcel, Laval, Que., uaude, Sherbrooke, Michel and Denise, Vanier, also survived by 12 grand children, dear brother of Rolland, Rene, Flore (Mrs. Robert Dion), Regina, (Mrs. Z. Arbour), Mrs. Diane Arbour and Beatrice Tessier. Resting Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset (center town). Funeral Wednesday to Notre Dame de Lourdes Church for. "Mass- fX n a:m.,--InratnenT Notre Dame, cemetery. THOMAS, John Leslie . In Bonnechere Manor, Renfrew, Monday. Feb. 16, 1970, John Leslie Thomas of Golden Lake, in his 81st year, hus band of the late Clara Yourth, dear father of Mar jorie (Mrs. Gordon Roesler) and Ray of Stittsville, dear Kbrother of Mrs. Robert Kilby OKjjoiaen taice. Kesung at the Laundry Funeral Home, Eganville,until 12 o'clock noon Wednesday, Feb. 18, thence to St. John's United Church, Golden Lake, for service at 2 p.m. Interment 2t jonrs united cemetery, Golden Lake. THOMSOhL-MrsStella li hospital Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970, Stella Hudson, aged 85 years, widow of Donald C. Thomson, dear mother of Mrs., - John Harwood-Jones, Ottawa, and " Mrs. George Hall. Toronto. Friends are in vited to attend a funeral service- at the family residence, 34 Renfrew Avenue, at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Crema tion. Memorial donations to CARE will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. VICK, Edward At his residence on Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, Edward Vick aged 58. of 23 Hutchison Ave., beloved husband of Mary Bertrand, dear father of Edward Jr.' and Daniel, dear brother of Patrick of Montreal, Minota (Mrs. Thomas Lazendy) of Toronto; Anne (Mrs, Ronald Home). Resting Kelly Funeral Home 585 Somerset w; (centre town). Funeral Wednesday to St Mary's Church for Mass at p a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Family and friends will assemble at church Wednesday at 9 a.m. WUST, Carl Louis In hospital Sunday, Feb. 15, 1970, be loved husband of Angela Lenk of 255 Donald St., Apt. 145, aged 61 years, father of Karl and Erica (Mrs. Charles Crymble), 4 grandchildren, all of Ottawa. Resting Fred N. Garrett Funeral Home, 584 Somerset W. Service Tuesday 2 p.m. Rev. J. E. Allsopp officiating. Interment Beech wood cemetery. VEITCH-DRAPER LIMITED ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKDALE CHAPEL - 728 4473 BANK ST. CHAPEL - 2364668 Brownlee, Frances Ethel. Buck, Orville. McEVOY BROTHERS SHIELDS- ' LIMITED fUNERAl DIRECTORS News and. Announcements Presented Nightly ot 6 p.m. on CKOY PREPARE CODE HALIFAX (CP) The-Atlan- tio Industrial Research Institute here, in co-operation with the National Research Council, is preparingj, . CanadianuntMngP RegT ffiSXl Z . code.-It wiir'includerea.ulre-r0'"'''' ' fimonii ist it. p ... . '?,,. 'ick. toi Notre Dome. . . ments of the national building code on plumbing, and explanatory and interpretative material useful to those involved in the plumbing trade as well as plumbing inspectors and designers. The Caroline group has more than 500 islands. 23 3. Dwfc ICont. from Preceding Column) Hulse $ .Playfair ' LMnttee) FUNERAL DIRECTORS Chormon, John William. Cochrane. Soroh. Jordan. Daisy May. Lindsay. Charles F. Maxwell, , Alke. Central Chapel 315 MclFOO SI. . 233-1143 West Chapel 1078 BYRON AVE, 728-1761 ltd BLACK AND TAN MALE HOUND, Elmvole Acres, nwzlt. BLACK SPANIEL. LIC. 7SU, MET- colle and Somerset. 7H-S4M. Reword. CHAIN LINK BRACELET IN JEWEL- lers box. Bank and spark Street area. I2t4til, evenings. CHILD'S SMALL BLUE-WHITE T Re cycle. Parkwood Hills. H4-7QU. COLLIE. BLUE MERLE. VICINITY Richmond, family pet. I7V-35-U. DIAMOND RING. GLADSTONE AND Bank. Box D-511, Journal. DOBERMAN, GENTLE NATURE, block and ton. Toronto dog tag. Reword. aMISe. DOG, BLACK LABRADOR, ALT A Vista area. 134-Mli. FUR HAT, RIVERDALE BUS STOP, In front of Art Gallery. TB-Wl. GOLD RING, LEAF DESIGN, WITH 4 ulslnlly ef Punk unu Sparks Street. Sentlmenal va-ue. 234. llOt. LADY'S WRISTWATCH. GOLD. NEAR Somerset. MacLoren near bank. K-word. :M-44. ,' LADY'S GOLD WATCH, GIRARD Perregaux make, vKinny wesigoie Shopping Centre. Friday. January 30. Reword. MS-421S. LARGE. LIGHT BROWN DOG. LOST January J. Reward, 23yet5. LOST FRIOAY, BROWN WALLET containing money ana papers. Ke-word. 2B-7H4. LOST, PLAIN KEY RING WITH assorted keys. Please call 7M94. alter 9.30 a.m. MAN'S WATCH, B1RKS AUTOMATIC, between Bellevuo Park and Civic Hoe-pltol, Mondoy. MMSll, days. WHITE COLLIE. BROWN MARKINGS. female, Maltlona Avenue, miiv. Reward. WHITE PUP. 1 BROWN EAR, NINTH Line near Corisooa springs. Kewara. m-iua otter 7 p-m. Hind CAR KEYS.MWt MODEL, ON DEAL-,' tan. Wlllnos Brldo Plow. 733- 3960. X. FOUNO, BLACK AND WHITE CAT. vicinity Elmvole Acres orea, 733-S4tt. LADY'S-BIFOCAL GLASS6SXJOE Feller store, George Street, Saturday. 72v-MI. ". SMALL BLACK KERCHIEF WITH yellow design. In bag. on Rkteau Slreet. el3S. WHITE DOG. BROWN EARS. PART Scottle ond spitz, troyaon ana Reglno. West End. INOSO daytime. IX-53SI evenings. I COLLEGE TEXT BOOKS. CORNER Churchill and Byron, Feb. 4. 7IM013. 11. h Mtmrliaa ARMOUR In loving romembronca of a dear brother, Johnny, who passed away so suddenly Feb. U. IMi. Two years have passed since that sod day. When one we loved was called away. God took him home-Mt was His will, Wrmm our hearts he Hveth still. Lovingly remembered Sister Mary Anne ond Brother-ln-k George. BANNING in loving memory ot o dear brolher-m-km. uncle and great-uncle. Earl Banning, who passed away Feb. lt. )Me. In a quiet country graveyard. Where a gentle breeze blows. Lies one we love so dearly. That we lost four years ago. Just a prayer from us who loved you. -Ron. Ino ond Family. - DONOGHUE In loving remembrance of a dear daughter ond sHter. Mavis tLeger), Donoghue, who poised away Feb. It, HS1. Through the Intercession of St. Therese, the little flower of Jesus, may she rest In peoce. Mother and Sister Leona Glover ond Family. KUHNLE In loving memory of a dear father ond grandfather, Fred Kuhnle, who passed away Feb. It, 1953. There Is o Hnk death connot sever. Love ond rernembronct losf forever. Son Fred. Doris, Carol ond Ron. MACKEY In fond ond loving memory of my deor mother. Mrs. Robert J. Mockey. who passed away Feb. It. I9S5. , Ever remembered. Mrs. Eihet Scobie Kitchen.- MORRISON In memory of dear parents, Mr. ond Mrs. William Morrison, Metcalfe, Ont. Mother, Aug. 12. 1957. Daddy. Feb. It. 1M. The guidance you gove us is cherished more each day. Greta and Harakf. MULLEN In loving memory ef a dear brother. Pot Mullen, who passed away Feb. It. IM9. O happy hours we once enfoyed. . How sweet their memory still, -But death has left a kmeHness The world con never fill. Brothers ond Sisters. SEGUIN In loving memory of p dear son, Alfred (Jerry) Segukt, killed In onion m HoHond. Feb. le. 1945. . Every hour we dearly nils Mm, : Sadly do we feel his loss; Lonely Is our home without him,' Help us. Lord, to bear the croty Mother, Sisters ond Brothers! i 15. Cirds of Thanks BROOKS I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks to Dr. H. Cos mon, nursd) ond stoff (I East South Civic Hov pitol). Priests of St. Anthonys and SI. Bonaventure churches ond friends, the VON ond Loan Cupboard OepU Red Cross, for then- many acts of kindness extended during my brotrf-er's Illness ond death. Deeply at-predated ond gratefully oclasotrledd ed. Sadie Fletcher. 1 i 16. faaeral Dimtort 18. Socklles and lodges ALL MEMBERS OF THE EASTVIEVsj Branch No. tt. Royal Conodioa Legion ore asked to attend a Legtoo) service for a late) comrade, R. Test . sier, en Tuesday, Feb. 17, of I p.mS at Kelly Funeral Home. SU Somerset Street Wert. Other branches invited -Signed, W. C. Kirk, branch pre) ' denf. 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