30 PHONE 238-7ll Deaths By The Canadian Press Southampton, N.Y. 'Mr. Consuelo Vanderbilt BaUaniS, ..former duchess of Marlborough. Portland, Ore. Edward P. Stamm. 72. consultant and adviser . to forestry industries in United Slates, Canada, Europe and Australia and an executive of Crown Zellerbach Corporation.-" ' . Montreal John , E. Arm- - strong. 78, retired chief engi- - neer- for the Canadian Pacific ' ' Railway. , Edmonton Dr. Andrew Franklin Anderson, 88. ' chief administrator of the Royal Al- . exandra Hospital from 1928 to 1948, past president of, the Do- minion CuTThi g-Association; after a- lengthy- illness. .. " Antlgonlsh, N.S. RevDaniel (Dempsey) Chisholm, 65, a Ro- man Catholic priest who was an outstanding athlete in the 1920s; -1 after a long illness. -Today and Tomorrow -T .TODAY Ottawa and Eastview Civic elections, pollsjoeri '10 a.m.- 7 p.m. . . .. . r - Red Cross Blood Donor Clinic. $34 Branson Avenue. 1.30-4.30 p.m. and 6.30-8.30 p.m. Alia Vista Home and School Association Christmas program. AlCa Vista Public School. 8.30 p.m. - . . .. ' Lecture by Jacques Vier, of the University of Prance. University of Ottawa NormaJj JSchool, 11S Wilbrod Street. 8.30.: p.m. TOMORROW Blood Donor Clinic. RCAF Uplands, 412 Hanger. 9 a m -12 noon and. 1-4 p.m. Rockcliffe Council. Rockcliffe Village HafT, 8.30 p.m. District Want Ad A tents AKVPKIOR Clancyl IDA Droi tor. John It Phono (l-si. CARXETON PLACB Wtleoa-S Drug store. Bridge at. Paoao . PETB Len Gukoly, 47 Foltot t Pkoae leg. FaVMBaoKI M're. R. Lock, tit Patricia Stl Pbene 73t-41t. B.ENFREW Mrs. W. Nate, II Renfrew lb Can. Phone HR. 11TJ. SMITH! FALLS MeSkane and Shanks Pharmacy. BMkwIth ant Mala Sta. Joirul Boi Rcpnet A S2S fi80 625 641 688 689 602 603 700 711 723 729 735 746 747 751 755 756 759 760 761 763 767 768 769 770 783 764 786 787 797 Journii SubscrlDtlon Rates Journal ken aeUvery eervlee, which la guaranteed, H available anywhere la Ottawa, HuU aad aur-ronndlnc dlitrlct al well at la town, aad villages In the Otuwa Valley. Call S3S-IS11 far koeae delivery service. fABtfiltv riKi.ivlCRT 4Sc a week. lit salarday only, payable te the hoy every two weeae. SINGLB COPY RATES 1e daUy and 10c Saturday. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS - Caaada (except la areaa where home delivery to available). Commonwealth roBBtrtei aad Armed rorcei Over-ear, dally rate, one year SIS.M, tla molUu-l1.lt. three moathe-i-4 i, one month SI S. Saturday only hy mail $7 .S a year or ISC a copy. Mali ratea In Ottawa Hall and crura aad towns where there la ' carrier boy lervlce 4Se s week or lull a vear. Ualted SUtea. Anttraua and tor-- elan countries, dally . re lee, one year S3Z.es, six monuie aia.ee. one month J . Saturday .nlv II0.4S a vear or 2e a copy. All mall snhecrlptlona are payable tn advance to Tne aournai. rCRTHFR INFORMATION may he obtained, by calling The Journal at 101 BIRTHS BELISLE Mr.-and Mrs. Ron Id J. Belisle ,(riee Madeleine IAttrin):-anoanCTThp birth of a son at Sacred Heart Hospital. A.rother for Alain both well. v COLE Seotty and Gail are pleased to announce the birth of son on Friday. Dec 4, 1964 St the Otuwa Civic Hospital. A brother for Mar vine. ..-c-, . " COLES Chuck and Suzanne (nee Precious) are happy to announce the birth ol a daughter on Dec. 6, 1964, at the Oakville" General Hos- , piUl, Oskville, Ont. '", EVRAIRE To Frank and Joan - faan. - nriraultl at Ottawa Civic HospfUL" on Saturday; Dec 5. J9w, a. Uaughtcr, 7 . 7 o?s. .A lister for I Steven Everyone welvj,and exntea , . , f '--f'rffl, t .'.fcuA ' ' V , ' : PETTES Bruci sjid .Margo V' (ne OaUagneV) lftlftisppy o . announce the arrtvaUif their daughter on Sunday, Dec." 6 ? t the Oiuwa CIWc Hospt-7 . ul, 'and both well! LOCAL CALLS 0i ', wuWa 101 BIRTHS IConl. from Preceding Column! R A I N B O T H V- To Bob and Barbara (nee McVeetors) on Dec. 6 at Civic Hospital, a daughter, both well. SKINNER Jack and Joann announce with pleas.ure the birth of their fifth child. Su zanne" Margaret, 7 IbsT; "7 Ounces. Dec. 5 at Ottawa General. 104 DEATHS ARMSTRONG, The Reverend William Edwin Armstrong In hospital at St Stephen. New Brunswick, on Saturday, " Deer 3,-" 1964 dear father' of Gordon of Ottawa and Evelyn (Mrs. Murrsen Wood), of "St John, NB, in his 75th year. Funeral from the Manse at Lawrence, NB, Interment Brockway Cemetery. BERTRAND, 1 Mrs. -Jacques Ob Saturday, ..Dec. 5. 1964, in hospital, Jean Braceland, wife of Jacques Bertrand. Municipal Judge, Hull, 'of 58 Front Street. Hull, in herL 49th year, daughter of Mrs. . Vincent" Braceland, Hull, mother of Louis antT.Paul, Hull: Micheline, Corinne, Marie, Madeleine, and Claire of Hull! Resting at Gauthier and Company, 101 Notre Dame Street, HuU. Funeral Wednesday at 7.45 for Re-qujem High. Mass at St, Bernadette Church t 8 a.m. " Interment HiuT cemetery. BRAZEAU, Mrs. Joseph Nelson On Saturday, Dec. 5. 1964, Lillian Howard,''' aged 64 years, beloved wife of Joseph Nelson Brazeau, mother of Nelson and Edward of Ottawa, Mrs. Mervyn Knight Yvette), Toronto; sister of Edward Howard, Mrs. Ernest Hyde (Dorothy), Mrs. Armand McCrae (Margaret), of Ottawa, Mrs. James Dore (Edith). Mrs. Walter Wood (Norma), of Detroit and Mrs. Lorna Olsen of Saskatchewan-" Resrt&g tGauthier Funeral Home, 259 St Pat- nckr where eervioe will be held Monday at 3 p.m. Rev. Dr". A,- D. Waite of McLebd-Stewarton United Church officiating. Interment. Beech: wood cemetery.- ' BLENKARN.. Robert N. At Hamilton Civic I Hospital, Saturday, Dec. 5, 1964, Norman Blenkarn, 122 Kenil-worth Avenue, Hamilton. '- formerly ot Ottawa," aged 76, husband of Mildred Austin, father of Robert A., Winona, Ont; Gordon and Norman. Ottawa. Survived by 9 grandchildren. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Ltd. West Chapel. 1098 Byron Avenue - between Woodroffe and Compton. Service Tuesday, 11 a.m. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery. In lieu of lowers contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciateor- , BRAZEAU. Mrs. Lillian In hospital, Saturday, v-Oec, 5, 1964. Lillian Howard, be loved wife" of Joseph Nelson Brazeau, mother of Nelson and Edward, both of Ottawa. Resting at Gauthier Funeral Hpme, 259 St Patrick Street. Funeral arrangements to be completed. CASSELMAN, Willis Isia At his home Otuwa Street, Winchester, on Sunday, Dec 6. 1964, Willis Isia Casselman, beloved husband of Florence Brake, In his 68th year,- Restr irva at -'the-VicerrHlvCfairi Funeral Home, tnurcn t, WincHester,"we re sewce will be held onXuesday,.Dec." 8, at 2 p.m. Interment. Maple Ridge Cemetery. .1 CHINN. Mrs. Frances E. Chinn ' In Wellesley Hospital, To ronto, on Friday,. Dec. 4 1964. beloved wife of J. N Chinn and beloved mother of .MVs. J. Kav and Mrs. D. File- ' wod; also Survived by her father C. H. Fullerton and six grandchildren. Interment ' Tuesday, Dec. 8, from Humphrey's Funeral Home, .Bay-view-Avenue, Toronto.' f .. pANGERFtLD. ' William On Saturday. Dec. 5, 1964, Wil-. liam Dangerf ield, "aged 86. Kemptville RR No. 5, be-'i. loved husband of the late j Mary Haskens, - dear father ; "of Don, Kemptville; Myrtyle. San Diego; Dorothy, Detroit: " Waiq. Walden: A 1 1 h e a. . , Kemplville; JSuajilga, Ottawa Resting atAthe Rolston Fu neral Home, Kemptville. Service in the cha'pefMonaayf at 2 Jt.m. i Interment Oxford Villi. : n 71 , fwyicawvc irrum 104. DEATHS iCont. from Prceditn Columnl DUMOUCHEU Jessie In hos - 'pital, Saturday, Dec. 5. 1964, . Jessie Quesnel. aged 70, widow of Rudolphe Durrrou-' chel apd dear methe." of Raymond H., sister of Mrs. Donat Bray (Marguerife) and Eva Ouesnel. WaltOn. Allitrt. 1. "William and Edmond. Also dren. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home,. 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt. I Requiem High Mass atToanl of Arc ChurchWednsday.l 7.45 a.m. " Interment. Notre! jDamcemetery. ' .1 DUQUETTE. Jean Suddenly ot Friday. Dec. 4. 1964, in hospitals Jean Duquette; 77 . Boucherville, HuU. aged 49. . husband of Luce DeCelles; father ot Michel; brother, of Mrs. Gilberte Carriere of Hull; sister-in-law Miss Gab- rielle DeCelles and brother-in-law of Rev. Father Aurele DeCelles. parish priest in; Deschenes: .. Suiart 'WalleyJ Ottawa, and George DeCelles, Hull. Resting at Gauthier and Company, 101 Notre-Dame Street Hull. Funeral Wed nesday at 7.40. Requiem ' High Mass at -Notre Dame de Grace Church at 7.45. - Interment Hull cemetery. - DEMERS, Mrs. Paul-Emile On Friday, Dec. 4, 1964. aged 60 years, Irene D'Aoust, wife of Paul-Emile Demers, daughter of Mrs. Jean-Baptiste D'Aoustr- another - of PauV-Remi, Mrs. Maurice Bouliane (Jeanne). Mrs. Edouard Guin-don (Claudette). Mrs. Wesley Lozinsky (Colette); sister of Leo, Mrs. Lucienne Lalonde. Mrs. Aline Mailloux, Mrs. Aurore Delorme, Mrs. Gab-rille ' Morin, Mrs. Simon L'Heureux, Mrs. Florence Bourcier, Mrs, Alice Brisson, Mrs. Solonge , Deyne, Mrs. Beatrice Marchand. Funeral Wednesday .front Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 St. Patrick, for Requiem High Mass at the Basilica at 7.30. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. ; GOTH, Grace Gertrude In hospital - Saturday, Dec. 5, 1964, Grace Gertrude Barrett,', widow of John Goth, 267 Cunningham Ave., aged 84 years, dear mother of the Rev. Doc George Goth. Lon don, Ont, Mary, Ottawa, and the late Robert Goth. Resting Hulse and Playfair Cen-' tral Chapel, 315 McLeod Stj Service on Tuesday at 2 p.m. I Interment Johnston's Corners Cemetery. HEROUX, Julien At his residence, on Monday, Dec. 7, 1964. Julien Heroux, husband of Yvonne Joundain, dear brother of Jean. Mrs. Oza Vincent (Bernadette). Mrs. Donat Heom (Corinne). Resting at Racme and Robert Ltd., 260 Besserer, until 10 . p.m. Monday, thence to ' Rosseau Funeral Home, Three Rivers. Funeral Thursday tb St Louis de France Church, St Louis, Que, for Requiem High Mass at 9.30. Interment parish cemetery. Please omit flowers. LEFEBVRE. Ferdinand In Hawkesbury on Saturday, DeCj.,5. 1964. aged 77, Ferdinand Lefebvre of Main Street, Vankleek Hill, OnL, beloved husband of Christina De BeUtfeuille, father of Ipremo, Laurier, of Ale Ru- sell; Jmest of Vankleek Hill; Mrs. Napoleon Sauve (Ger- maine). Vankleek HU1; Mrs. rchie Ramsey (Dolorese). Montreal; brother. of Fabfen Lefebvre, Glen Sanfleld; Mrs1. John Proulx of Glen Robertson, Ont Resting at Noel Funeral Home. 416 McGill Street. Hawkesbury. Funeral Monday. Dec. 7. for Reauiem High Mass at St Gregoire Church, Vankleek Hill at1 10 a.m. Interment" Vankleek Hill, Ont. I LOCKYER. Isabel In hosoital , Sunday, Dec 6J964, Isabet McDonald, beloved wif4 of Emest Lockyer, 2199 Halifax Drive; dear mother to Barry, Bob and Wayne; sister to Norman, Mrs. Victor Lewis (Nancy),. Marie and" Jack ' Tracy. Resting at the' Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). T F neral Wednesday to Our Lady of Resurrection Church - tor Requiem: High Mail it 7.45. Intermeni totre Dame cemetery THE OTTAWA JOURNAL , kj eJ" ' '.JtG,'IL''.N,c,V. n - ,w.uwi " no toLl BOYS and GIRLS YOU MAY WIN . FOR THE BEST WAY THAT YOU MADE YOUR WANT AD SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" The prizes will be awarded to those boys and girls who used their cash. t.p bring the most happiness In the. opinion of the Judges. Consideration wiU.be given to the apparent need of the receiver, the originality of the gift and the thoughtfulness which prompted It. '. 2nd and 3rd Prizes $25 Each PLUS 10 Consolation Prizes of 2 Theatre Tickets Each . Brini or Mail This Entry Form HERE'S HOW MY JOURNAL WANT . AD" SAID "MERRY CHRISTMAS" ' . Your Nam ... Address. Phonu Dttt when your JOURNAL WANT AD YourjAg THE RULES 1 Th contest Is opea la of aaa or Toonier. Th contest ends em Christinas Eve, Tbonday, Doetmber S4. and entries trill bo ncehrod an til ' Tridar. January lStti, at t pjni or postmarked : not later Una inidnifht. Jaauary Utk. 3Th dKiatosToif the Judges aw lo which Is the beat entrr win bJlnaL 4Tgatr entry aay bo made on the forai appear-Int hero or oo a rraaomahla facataallo thoreot. EntriM soar he dtUverad' or aaalled to The: Ottawa Joanal Want Ad Conteat, Ml Qoeen1 Rtreet, Ottawa. To help young people to enter this contest The Journal is giving Want Ads at HALF PRICE te anyone IS years or under. ' v A DAYS 6$ FOR ONLY- Ads win bo limited to It words and may only be pohltabea . andcr 'Articles for Sale or Tsjplormaot WaaledT: and vMatonMJva oohtnM for the aoriod ttmrnbm ttrd ontll 'beeemher 2Jrd. tiKlastve. . ' ; cmac IN CASH .-Ll ... ran yoonf ' people It nan if S1 1. 104 . . ,' DEATHS IConr from Procodlnf Columnl LAFRANCE, Harris Suddenly - at his residence! 83 Church-. ill Avenue, on Monday. Dec.' 7, 1964, Harris Lafranrf, a Red 54, beloved husband of Gertrude" Clement, - dear father of Richard,' Nicole, Claude, and Lise brother' of Mrs. H. Evraire (Blanche), Mrs. Joseph Evraire (Rose), Ottawa, Leo Laf ranee of Thurso, Que.... Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at ' Roosevelt Kequiem High Mass at St Joan of Arc Church, Wesley Avenue, -Thursday, 7.45 aim. Interment Notre Dame cemetery..- .. 1 MjORRISON, Sarah Ann Flor ence (Flone) Saturday Dcc5, 1964. at the Ade Memorial Hospital, Bristol, Que,, Sarah Ann Florence (Florie) Young,, widow of John Y. Morrison and dear mother of Milton, "(Helen) Mrs. T, Kingdom, Shawville. Que.; Everett,- Hamilton, - Ont; . (Effie) Mrs: Lmdsay Richardson,, Renfrew, Ca-men, Chatham, Ont; (Alice) .. Mrs. Herb Mulllns, Norwood. Ont Survived by 24 .grandchildren- and 26 greatgrandchildren; dear sister of .. Herbert Young. Quyon JQue.. in her 87th year. Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shaw-ville. Que.. Funeral Tuesday, Pec, 8, to Shawville United Church for service at 2 p.m. Interment Norway Bay .Xemetery . : MOREAU, Carole On Satur day, Dec. 5, 1964, aged 13 months, Carole, daughter of Edgar Moreau and Marie- f Blanche Brunette, sister " of Gerard, Jean-Marc, Glnette, Diane, Louise, Rose-Mary, Llse, and Lisette. Funeral Wednesday from Gauthier Funeral Home,259. St Patrick for "Service of the Angels at . the Basilica at 3 k p.m. Interment Gatineau roim, ijue, McFALL, Edwin Simon In hospital on Saturday, Dec. 5, - 1964, Edwin Simon McFalU of Pendleton, age 76, hjii-J .' band of Mary Brown, father 61 Hubert Rbxboro and George and Mrs. Iiuis McKinley (Awvey), of Pen dleton. Funend Tuesday, Dec 8, from Botfr-get, Ont, to Our Lady ot-oevme Love Church in Eetidleton. for Reouiem at 10 a.m. In- lent In parish cemetery. IcLENNAN. John At Cornwall General Hospital, Sunday. Dec 6, 1964, John Mc Lennan of Kfngs Road, Martlntown. Ont., beloved husband of Jenni Robertson, dear brother of Mrs. Susan Clark, Martintown, Resting Meldrnra Funeral Home, Cornwall, ' until Tuesday noon, Dec. 8. then in St Andrew's United Church, Martintown, where service will be held at 2.30 p.m. Burial North Branch cemetery. Casket will be opened fn the church from 2 p.m. until time of service. j McGREGOR, Peter In hos pital Saturday, Dec. 3, 1964. Peter McGregor, beloved husband of Diane Walker, 3 Bel-tveau St, m his 23rd year, ertn rf Jamee MrHreonr Ot- , tawa and the late Phyllis Gladman, father of Krmber-ley-Ann and Jeffery Peter. brother of Kenneth, Toronto; Mrs." Ted James (Marilyn), Edmonton. Dawn, Betty Lou and Mrs. Bradley Fa ye, (Sandra), of Ottawa. Rest ing at Hulse end Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St Service on Tuesday at 3 p.m. Interment Ramsay' ville Cemetery. Friends de siring to send, a memorial tribute may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, Carleton unit, 386 McLaren St MILKS, H. Ernest On Fri' day, Dec 4, 1964, in hospi Ul. Hector Ernest - Milks. aged 63, 148 Eardley Road, beloved husband of Mildred S. Lonsdale, father of Robert -ErTre4llwarTllMlof W. Fred. Aylmer. Mrs. Sid ney Bishop (Pearl), Beech- grove: .George Earf, Harold G.. Mrs. S. E. Proudman ', (Kay), Mrs. Norman Me-' Auley (Clara), Ottawa. Restr . Ing Hulse and Playfair LtcL, West ChapeL .1098 Byron Avenue, between Woodroffe and Compton. Service Christ Church Anglican, Aylmer , Monday, 2 p.m. Interment St Luke pansn cemetery Upper Eardley. PENGELLY, Josephine At To-. ronto, on Friday. Dec. 4, .1964, Josephine Kiley, be loved wife jaLJames pengelly, aged 52 years. Resting at the Qulnn Funeral Home, Renfrew. Funeral Wearies- - day, Dec. 9, to St, Patrick's , Church, Mount St. Pstrick, . for Requiem Mass at 10 a.m. Interment parish, cemetery. - CONCENTRATED LABOR MEXICO "CITY, About TO percent of Mexico's workers are farmers on oniy seven par- MONDAY, 104 DEATHS r in. j fCont. from Prtwoxjint'. Coluin NICHOLSON. Loretta In hospital op Sunday, Dec-6, 1964, . Loretta Blancheite. aged 56 years,- beloved wife of Raymond Nicholson, and dear mother to George. Bill,' Eddie." (Betty) Mrs Howard McDonald, and Judy, be-. Iqved daughter of Mrs.Jciara Pilnn aiatAr tn Ian' janl FH. ward, (Georgette) Kirs.Osc Faust and Mrs. Dorioa Forrest- Reslinc at the Kellv Funeral Home. 585 Somerset ! street (Centre I own), l-un-eral Wednesday to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church for Requiem High Mass at' 7.45 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. NEIDY. William In hapital,. Monday, Dec. 7. 1964 F Wil- liam Neidy," beloved" husband of Mary Brenek, of -. 216 ' Taniel Avenue., aged 72 years, dear, father of Mrs. Ken Allen (Catherine), Mrs; Peter Zanick (Julia), . Mrs' . John Moisey (Annie), Mrs. . Etnest Bucosky (Helen), Billy of Ottawa, and "Doris, of . Hamilton, brother of Mike, of ChicagoT-George, of De-- troit, Ernie, ot fcos Angeles,. John and Fred, of Ottawa. Resting at. Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 MacLeod Street Service at Bu- -kowinian Greek Orthodox Church, 18 Gladstone Ave-, nue, -Wednesday at 10 a.m. Interment Ukrainian - ceme tery, Meriyale Road. PATCHELL, Robert Alexander At Ross Memorial Hos-v pital; Lindsay, Sunday, Dec. 6, 1964; Robert Alexander Patcbell, beloved husband of .' Mary McQuarrie and dear father" of Robert of Van couver, BC; dear brother o ; John. Midland, WalteryM Balmy Beach, Edward (Ted), - or - Ottawa, -the -late ' Mr; Patched wiU restat ' Mor-combe-Pehill Funeral Home, Omemee for service on Wednesday. Dee: 9 at 2 p.m. Intermenttit Emily Cemetery. ROGERS, Harold Suddenly nis residence on Friday, 4. 1964. Harold Rogers. of 177 Frank St., age 57 years, son of Mrs. Rose Bourgeau, dear brother of Mrs. Gladys Guy and Mrs. Irene Biron. Funeral service was held from Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 815 McLeod St-, on Monday at I p.m. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery, ... WOLFE. Mrs. Hiigrade On Monday, Dec 7, in Hospital, Alma Schimrnens, of 16 Booth Street Hull, aeed 55. wife of H. B. Wolfe; mother of Hiigrade Jr, Gordon, Mel-vin. at home; Mrs. Robert Ouassoa Rosemary), Hull; Darlene, at borne; sister of William, of Haley Station, Ont, Leslie of Eganville, Christie of Pembroke, George of Palmer Rapids, Adolf of Quadeville, Ont,. Mrs. Robert Junnop (MaryT of Palmer Rapids. Resting at Emond Funeral1 Home, St. Joseph Boulevard. Hull.' Funeral Thursday, Dec. 10.. at 1.55 for service at 2 o'clock in Cushman Memorial Church, Hull Interment St James cemetery. , VEITCH-DljlAPER LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKDALE CHAPXL. 72S-4S7S BANK ST.CaAPEt, 238 OSSI "Golden Rke Service' HULSE & PLAYFAIR . tlmltoa FUNERAL DIRECTORS Central Chapei 315 McLEOD ST. 233-1143 Wejf Chapel 1098 BYRON AVE. 728-1761 LATEST INFORMATION a CFRA DAILY 630 P.M. , BlenkarnJtobert Jtlll; . ooih. cracc McOreaor. Peter. Mlu il ' iiogera. Harold. 105 1 MEMORUM KIR In lovlnc memory of a dear mosner, auo. Sadie fAllenl Peer, who paeeed. away Dec. 5, 1003. and a dear father. Mr. Fred O Pear, who jaaaaed away Dee. 20 lOit. In alienee . we remember The Famtlr. LOVE In lovtne mmair-rt a dear .hnaband. Garnet. tova. who paaaad away Dee. 7. 19SS. ' The world chanses year to year, And trlenda from day to day But never will the one I loved .rjcom memory paei away, " . WUe Charlotle. BANCC In lovtn( tnemory of our ear imf nraniar, Mrs. Flor ence Mary Banre. wno paaaad away Deo.. T. isso. Love t irealeet gift. . Remembrance. Owen and Ruth. ' . . ' - 1 . SHOULDICk In lovlne memory of my deer friend Dolly, who paeaed away Deo. 7. ! .( Alwaya remembered. DECEMBER 7. 1964 106 CARDS Of THAHK ROLSTON To our ina In MaMalla ami ouwr ciiio - extend our hea'rtfalt thank, lo. Ihe arta ot klnrtnawa. m"" n' avmpathy. floral ofterlnca, 0"' tiona to Ihe Heart Tuna. M t. a memorial funa. Theme pathetic manlfea(atlna hav. deed lightened our aorrow We hall alwaya ehertah tne reaped, and honor aKown to our belov-.i mothat, ... We eapKlally Ihank Rev. MacLeod. Rev Canon Roach and Mr. R. M Warner Sgnd: Phjrllla Boyd Keith and Roy Rollton 107 FUNOUl 0IRK10R! FRKD N garrett mg.mkikd' funerala. moderata charae Somerael Weal. 131-4773 n RACINE AND ROBERT. ISO BIS-. , aerer. 33a-96'l0- Eaatvlew branch ' SfiO Olmatead Street ' WD ELAN FUNERAL HOME. PER-' aonal aervice, reverence. -A IS. . Cooper. J33-148S McEvoy Brothers . Limited Ottawa's Largest Funeral Home PARKING FACILITIES AIR CONDITIONED v CENTRAL LOCATION . ESTABLISHED 1823 .235 KENT ST,. .. 232-5337 108 1EMETE5T MEMORIAU BROWN, ROBERT AND SON. 3T Sparks at Bay. 332-6732. Slnco 1877. ; 108B nOUSTS FLOWERS TOR ALL OCCASIONS. OT Proulx 9 Rldeau, 333-7193, S9 Bank. XU-138S. ' .; FINE'S - FLOWERS LTD. 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