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Phone 236-7511 Deaths By The Canadian Press Forgstvlllt, Que. Rodngue Thibeault. . Liberal member of the Quebec Legislature Inr Saguenay riding and a pioneer Ba Corneal Que", ' busineM-man. in a traffic accident. Knowlton. Que. E a r I e Spaford, 71. retired president and board chairman of the Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada Limited. Falrlle, Scotland The Earl of Glasgow, S3, a retired captain of the Royal Navy. Hollywood Lewis Weiss, 74, veteran motion picture director and distributor credited with " fifsr introducing"' Trran- at motion picture character. Palm Beach, Ma. Bessie Fenn, 74, believed to have been the first woman golf professional in the United States Ne York-Mrs. Molly Ka- ,un... 3... motion, picture and stage producer, of a cerebral hemorrhage... "" Montreal L. Pierre Gravel. S. prominent Montreal 101 ntno AYERS Tom and Isabel (nee Kent) are proud to announce the birth of Heather, Dec 14. 1963. at the Grace Hospital. A sister for Brian. Both well. - BRADEN John and Agnes (nee McLean) are happy to announce the birth of their son on Saturday. Dec. 14. 1963, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. j CHERNEY To Fred and Shirley (nee White), on Monday, Dec. 16. 1963. at Branson Hqspital. Wtlkiwdale.' Ont.. a daughter. Shirley Elizabeth. DAOL'ST To Mr., and Mrs Percy Daoust (nee Pat Farmer), twins, boy and girl. Dec 14. 1963 at Grace Hospital. Both well. DOROSZK1EWICZ Stan and Joan are happy to announce the gift of a daughter, a sister for Nicholas. Stephen and Janet on Monday. Dec. 16, 1963. at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. DAVIS Bob and Sandra (nee Gilman) wish to announce the arrival of a daughter. Susan Patricia. 5 lbs. 14 oust the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Montreal. Friday, Dec. 13. 1963. Both well. ' DUNSLOW Ruth and Ron are happy to announce the birth of a daughter. Ronaida Jodie. Dec 9. 193. at the Ottawa Ctvic Hospital. PRfEL Edward and Jean (nee Mathurin) announce the birth of a son. on Monday. Dec. 16. J 963, at the Ottawa Gen eral Hospital. A brother for Brian. GRAHAM To Mr. and Mrs. S . T. Graham (nee Rose) la Ralph), a son. Thursday. Dec. 12. 19W. at Grace Hospital. Both wall. (Cmmod on Naxt Column) The Journal has made available a booklet of appropriate ; In Memoriam notices, wordings. Please phone or write j Miss Allen or come in for your copy. 237 Queen St. 236-7511 101 BIRTHS Cam from Prrit.ig Calumn) GRIFFIN Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Griffin are happy - to announce the birth of their son, Jeffrey Gerald, a brother 'for-Jeanntne-.- Saturday Dec 14. 1963. at Marlin, Texas. Both well. k -V HARLAND To Bruce and Gail Harland (nee LeBreton). on Wednesday, Dec. 11. 19fi3. in Civtc Hospital, a son. (Baby died later.) McGUINTY .To Dalton and Betty (nee Pextpn) a daugh-..i ter. Ann Mane. A sister for Liseanne Mary. D a 1 1 o n James, Dylan CharlesWPat-; rick John. David Joseph, and Michael Terence. Dec,. 15, at the' Civic Hospital. MAGILL - To Nfe-and Mrs. Wiiliam A, Msgifl t the Ot- ! 104 DEATHS tCont from prcinf Cofumnl ...U" Civic. HospitaL Sai.urdaypscnutl (Margaret), both of Dec. 14. 193, a son, David Ottawa. Resting at Hulsa and Playfatr Central- Chapel. 11 ,- K . I L. - .1 - rf PAQUETTE Ron and Therese (nee Belanger) are proud to , announce the birth of al daughter, Dec. 14, 1963. St I Louis Man d . Montfort Hospital; a sister 'for Gary and Guy. PEARSE Walter , and Shirley (nee Lanthier) are happy to announce the birth of a daughter, on Sunday, Dec. 15, 1963. at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. j PARK Dr. and Mrs. J. M. park announce the birth of a daughter, Thursday. Dec. 12, 1963, at the Otuwa Civic Hospital. SCOTT Neil and Gloria are pleased to announce the birth nf a daughter, a s'ster for Kathy. Dec 1J. 13. at Ottawa Civic Hospital. SUTHERLAND To Bob and Eileen (nee Faulkner) . a daughter, on Friday. Dec: 13. 1963. at the Grace Hospital. Both welt. 104 DEATH! BARNARD There a In hospital. Dec. 14, 1M3. Theressta Hutchinson, m her 7th year, widow of Walter Giles Barn ard, and loving mother of Francis Mark, Oshawa, and Giles Waxman Barnard. Ot tawa. Remains left Fred N Garrett Funeral Home. SM Somerset West. Monday afternoon for service and inter ment jo Union cemetery. Oshawa. Ont.. Tuesday morn-ing. Please omit Towers. BEDARD. Edouard Suddenly on Thursday. Dec. 12. 1963-1 Edouard Bedard, husband of Yvonne Belanger, 74A St. Laurent St., Hull. Survived by his wife: 2 sons, Jacques. Eugene, at home; 3 brothers, Valmore, Hector, Ottawa: Edtnond, Toronto: 2 staters, Mrs. Louis Leblanc (Cor- inne), Mrs. Joseph D'Aoust (Maudy). Ottawa. Resting at Emond Funeral Home, 81 St. , Laurent St., Hull. Requiem High Mass Monday, Dec. 16, t 7.43 o'clock- at Notre Dame Church, Hull Interment Notre Dime ceme tery, Ottawa. TCIMMI3. Maud Deacon - In hospital, on Sunday. Dec. 15, 1M3, Maud Deacon Cumming. of 144 Broadway Avenue, daughter of the late Robert and Anne Cumming. beloved aunt of Albert W. Quaylt and Anne Quayle Ernst, both of Ottawa. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service Tuesday 2 b n. Interment Beech- cemetery. CHAMltRLIM. Gardner ChurchIn hospital Sunday, Dec. 15, IM1, Gardner Chamberlin, aged 14 years, husband of Carrie Wslsh, dear father of Sydney Arthur Chamberlin, Poltimore; Mrs. John Littleton (Jean), Ottawa: Mrs. Leslie Edward (Mary), Cumberland: Mrs. Gilbert Young (Bertha), Mrs. George Wright (Ida), Poltimore; Mrs. Harold Kennedy (Catherine), Taber, Alta.: Mrs. Frank Baker (Evelyn), Preseott; Mrs. Donald Moore (Alena), Brockville, 24 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Resting at his residence. Poltimore, Qua. Service in St. Andrew's United Church, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment adjoining cemetery. Family request that those desiring may make contributions to the .Getineau and District- Memorial Hospital or the' Canadian Heart Fund in lieu of flowers. , i 1 (CowUnuad on Naxt Column) 'Ottawa's Most Progressive WantAd Section" CRAIG. Mary A. J. Suddenly on Sunday. Dec. 15, 1963, at her residence, North Gower, Mary A. J. Craig, in her 74th ' year, beloved daughter of the Ul Mr-andMM, Craig, sister of Mrs. O R. Strafton (Geraldine), Ottawa, . Hugh L and Harold at home, dear aunt of Craig Stratton. Ottawa. Resting Cummings Funeral Home, North Gower. ! Funeral Service in HolyT Trinity .Anglican Church at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. Interment adjoining cemetery. DAY, Anne Rebecca In hospital, on ..Sunday. . Jc. . .15, 193.. Anne Rebecca McClelland, willow of Joseph W. Day. of AjHwin. in her 2nd r, . i f u Kyear. urn mmnri ui nil it c i . r .4-! .. . .J F.arl W. Day, both of Ottawa. Stewart t- of XylwiiiTQuebec. Linay Ji. Day and Mrs. - McLeod Street, until 19 p m. Monday, thence to the Mo Cannery Funeral Home, Kazabazua. Quebec. Service (t the Kasabaiua United Church Wednesday at J 30 p.m. Interment tn the United cemetery. DUNN, Harriet E In hospital Monday. Dec. 16. 1!S3, Harris E. Ault,18ritmrarLAfRD, torrame -At-her Street, widow of Thomas H. Dunn, mother of Robert W. A., of Rockcliffe Park. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. ServicTWesdayT p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. ENNIS. Ronald M In hospital, rriday. Dec. 13, 1963. Ronald Ennia. aged 62 years. of 1130 Meadowtands Drive' (formerly of. Ann Arbor, Mich ). Beloved husband of Heleri J. Ryan, dear father of Deborah and Michael. Resting at Kelly Funeral Home, 1345 Wellington St. (Ottawa West). Funeral Monday to St. Augustine's Cburch for Requiem High Mass, 10 a m., interment Ottawa. Ont. In lieu of flowers contribution to the Heart Fund will be. appreciated. FOLEY. Daniel Patrick (Dan) In hospital, Sunday, Dec. 15, 1963, Dan Foley, aged 62 years, oemvea nusoanu : uonaiaa ucwir, oou uiau-. stone Avenue, Apt. 5: dear father of Daniel J., Toronto: Mrs. Patrick Bray (Dona Ida). Ottawa: brother of. Michael and Mrs. Samuel Long (Bertha), West Templeton; three grandchildren slso survive. Resting McEvoy Broth ers, 235 Kent Street. Funeral Wednesday to St. Patrick's Church for Requiem High Mass at 8 o'clock. Libera service St. Elizabeth's Church. Cantley, Qu-. st 9.30 s.m. Interment parish cemetery. GRAY, Sarah!n hoPi' " ri,u.y, w... w. ....... widow of Frederick T. Gray.: and mother of Fred A. Gray.) 836 Quinlan Road. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 313 McLeod Street. Service Monday, 11 a.m., interment Elgin, Ontario. HARTIN, Randolph Suddenly, at home," 38 Reid Avenue, Sunday, Dec 15. 1963. Ran dolph Hartin, CA, beloved husband of Marjorie King. father of John R., brother -of Ennis Hartin of Toronto. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Tuesday 1 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. JONES. Walter Dickson-r-Fri-day. Dec 13, 1963, age" 85 years, Walter Dickson Jones of 1352 Montreal Avenue. Calgary, . snd formerly of Agincourt, OnLr-husband of the late Rhoda Wallace Haskell Jones and son of . the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Jones of Montreal. Mr? Jones was a director and retired chairman of the board of International Busi ness Machines (Canada). He is survived by four daughters, Frances (Mrs. W. R. S Henderson), Calgary; Rhoda (Mrs. H. K. Black), Regina; Muriel (Mrs. Donald Thomson), New York City; Catherine (Mrs. R. E. M. Anderson), Aylmer East, Que.; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Private funeral services will be held with interment in Pine Hills cemetery. Agincourt, Ont. Pleas omit flowers. (ConUnuad on Nsst Column i Journal Want Ads bring quick results. 104 . DEATHS iOnt from irc4Km Calumrl KENOPIC, Michael In Admas- ton on Saturday. ,Dec. 14. j 1963, Michael Kennpic, be , loved husband of Elizabeth i .Theresa Rekowski, irXhis "82na" yearT Resting arthe; Quinn Funeral Home, Ren frew. Funeral Tuesday,. Dec. ' 17, to St. Francis Xavier Church for Requiem Mass' at 9.30 a m. Interment parish; cerqetery. lFFEBVRE. Lea On Sunday. Dec. IS, 1963 in hospital, Lea; fnrheil apart 77 vara. wife; of,he Ian Joseph Oscar: Lefebvre, dear mother of r Omerr Alberr. tocien. tfenrr.- ' nuoeri. Brama cmue. mr.. itene rotvin toennei, mrs. Omer Lefebvr. . (Blanche), Mrs. A r m a n d Lacrnlx fYvette). Mrs. Roger Bour-cier (Maria), Mrs. Marcel Cas- ult-flrenV MreJean - Louis v-narron (rauillici, ana mrs.r RenrVezina (GeorgetteT sister of Albert, Mrs. Charles j Smith (Ada). Mrs. Jack! SharAlict)rnrMr.-Ade lard Groulx (Bernadette), 65 grandchildren and 56 greatgrandchildren. Retting at Racine and Robert Ltd., 300 Olmstead Street. Eastview.i Funeral Wednesday to St. Joseph's Church, Orleans, for ! .Requiem High Mass at 9 a m.: Interment Parish Cemetery, j home, 89 Kingdale. Blossom Park, Lorraine M c E w e n, aged 31' years, beloved wife of James Laird, and dear mother of Karen, Vickie, dear sister toWilf red. Gerald, Leonard. Gilbert, Vera (Mrs. Nicholas Johnston) and Thelma (Mrs. William Albert). cResting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 5S5 Somerset SL (Centre Town). Fun""' oMnday to St. Ber- nard's Church for Requiem High Mass at a.m. Interment St. Bernard's cemetery. MONTURE, Elva Leona - In hospital, on Sunday, Dec. IS, 1963, Elvs Leona Penwarden, beloved wife of Dr. G. C. Mnnture, of 123 Femiman Avenue, and dear mother of Mrs. A. E. Malloch (Barbara), of Cambridge. England. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central . Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service Tuesday p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. MONRO, Michael J Kilean Lodge. Grimsby. Ont.. on Wednesday. Dec. 11. 1963. Michael James Monro, formerly of the Ottawa Postal Department, uncle of Mrs. Andrew Ferguson of RR 2. St. Catharines, and Mrs. i Leighton Crawford of St. Catharines, in his 79th year. Resting at the Butler Funeral Home, 33 Duke Street, St. Catharines. Service in the chapel on Saturday afternoon at 3.15 o'clock. Interment ' in Christ Church remefery, McNab. Flowers gratefully declined. NOLAN, Stella In hospital on Sun(tayi Dec i5i jgaj, Steli, Morris of 26 SL Francis Street, aged 84 years, widow of Dime! Nolan, and mother of T. D. (Tsd) Morris, G. W. (Tim), Elizabeth, Ella, Ernestine (Mrs. Ted Lock-yer), Genevieve (Mrs. Brock Black). Edna (Mrs. Joseph McKenns), Audrey, (Bunny) . (Mrs. Harold Brown); sister to Mrs. Frank Stover. Rest-1 ing at the Kelly Funeral Home,, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Wednesday to St. . Msry's Church for Requiem High Mass, 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. NtJTTiNG. Harold S. In hospital Monday, Dec. 16. 1963, ' Harold S. Nutting, beloved husband of Bertha Oliver Walters of 42 Carting Avenue, in his 78th year; brother of the late Keith Nutting of Ottawa, and the late Bruce Nutting of Montreal. Resting Hulse snd Playfair Central ChapeLJIS McLeod Street. Service Wedneseday, II a.m. Cremation at Beechwood Cemetery, ' Please "omit ilowers. NEWELL, Mrs. Emms In hospital Sunday, Dec. IS, 1963, Emma Morin, aged 83 years, widow of James ' Newell, snd daughter of the -Iste Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Morin. Resting at the Kelly Funersl Home. 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Tuesday to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church for Requiem High Mass st 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame. - (Continued on Naxt Column I Journal Want Ads bring quick results. " , ; - 104 DEATHS iCofit from Preceding Column I PRUDEN, Herbert At. the; Ottawa Civic Hospital on Friday, Dec. 13, 1963, Her- bert Pruden, beloved husband of Eileen Mtlligan and dear fathar ofJiShn "antrJoycr." Toronto, Betty, England, and Fay and Enid, Almonte, and dear brother of Mrs. Gladys Cuttell, England, In his 66th year. Resting at the' Kerry Funeral - Home, - 134 Elgin Street, Almonte, thence to St. Paul's Anglican Church for service on Monday. Dec. 16, at 2 p.m. interment in Auld . " r - . Kirk cemetery. ' powERSTMiss Marguerite -In 15, hospital Sunday, Dec IS63. Marguerite Powert. Survived by a brother, Cyril, and also by niece and several nephews. Resting at McEvov Bros.. 23j Kent - street after-7 -p.m. Monday,- r U n S r S t " wednesoay to mTsseSarramennaiurch for Requiem High Mass at 8 o'clock. Interment No t re Dame cmetry QUIRK, John Richard In hos-oital. on Sunday.--Dec. 15. 1M3. John Richard Quirk, of1 . IR4 Cambridge Street, in hit 0th year. Father of Harold, Dorothy and Grace of Call.; forn a. and Ethel of Ottawa. Also survived by three grandchildren. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 3IS McLeod Street. Service Tuesday II a m. Interment Pinacrest cemetery. ROLFtrRoy -tntred into rest at Hotel Diu Hospital, Sherbrooke, Que., on Monday, Dae 16. 1963, Bertram Roy Rolfe, husband of the late Bertha Ann Batley and father of Clement, of Ram-sayville, One, and Mrs. Fred Pettigrew (Evelyn), of Sherbrooke, In his 75th ytar. Funeral service at the R. L Bishop Funeral Chapel, 300 Queen Boulevard North. Sherbrooke. Que., Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 2 p.m.. Rev. John Franklin officiating. Interment St Peter's Church cemetery. ROBINSON, Frederick At Kemptville, Ont.. Dec. 14, 1663, Frederick M. Robinson, beloved husband of Edith Law and dear father of Mandsell, Perth, Grenville. Kemptville, and Hazel. Toronto, aged 79 years. Resting at the Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville. Service in the chapel Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment South Gower. ROSS, Sarah Emma (Sadie Kealey) At Montreal, on Friday. Mrs. William J. Rosa, dear sunt of Mrs. Thomas Cahill (Hilda) and Mrs. H. Dunn (Helena). Resting McEvoy Brothers, 235 Kent Street, after 6 p.m. Monday. Interment Notre Dame cemetery Tuesday morning. SMITH, Lottie Maye Sunday, Dec IS, 1963, in hospital, Shawville, Que., Lottie Maya Gordon, widow of Thomas John Smith snd by first msr-risge of the 1st Edward Morrison, snd dear mother r. r.,.r,.L ""r slneera thanka and Mrs. Lrnest tameron-t' tion M an our reiauvea. m.nH. (Paska). Beerhgrove. Que.; Mrs. Russell Richardson (Myrtle), Mrs.JFrederick Alexander (Levins), of North Tonawanda. USA; Mrs. Clifford Greer (Edna). Charteris, Que.; James, of Ottawa: Eldon, Mrs. George Knox (Jean) and Pearley. Shawville, Que.; in her 78th year. Resting at W. J. Hayes snd Sons. Shswville. Que.: Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 1.30 p.m. for service at Shawville United Church. Interment Norway Bay cemetery. . VEITCH. Robert In hospital. Saturdav. Dec. 14. 1963. Robert Veiteh. aged 82 vears. husband of the late Margaret Cook, father of Robert, Stanley, Norman and Mrs. Verne Campbell (Jeanie), Winnipeg, 8 grand children and 1 groat-grand child also survive,. Resting at Veitch-Draper Ltd., Bank at Carling.' Service in chapel on Tuesday at 1 1 a.m. Interment I Pinecrest cemetery. WALKER. James Garnet (Ty) Suddenly, in hospital, at Toronto, Friday, Dec. 13, 19M, Jamas Garnet Walker, aged Si. beloved husband of Genevieve Cassidy. 24 Woodsida Avenue. Toronto, father of John. Brockville, brother of Bruce. Otuwa. and Mrs. J. A. Peacock (habelle), Regina. Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 17, Turner and Taylor Funeral Home, 23S7 Bloor Street West, Toronto. Interment In Toronto (Continued en Next Column) '"A 104 MATHS (Cnntlaued en Nest Column i WESTW1CK. Thomas Frederick In hospital, Sunday. Dec 15. .. 1948, Thomas Frederick Westwick. aged 71 years, husband of Agnea Augusta Byers "aniTTallier drTredricVChip-man Westwick. Montreal, and (Anna) Mrs. J. P. Foubert. Ottawa. Resting at Fred N Garrett Funeral Home. 54 Somerset West. Service pnv at. Tuesday morntng. Imer ment Merival cemetery. HULSE & PLAYFA1R a. . j-'.t"."?t FVNKHAL OIRECTORS Ctntral Chapel 315 McLEOD ST. 233-1143 West Chapel 1098.BYRON AVE. 72S-1761 TESTINFORMATION CFRA DAILY 6.30 P.M. Cummin. Mu4 .' 2 "ty. Rhce, Hi rim: Randolph M oritur, CWa Nutttng Hamld 9 utrk John R Veitrh-Dmnpr vVMtn -Tper LIMITED Funeral Directors PARKDALE CHAPEL. BANK ST. CHAPEL. 7is-au SM-osaa Voitch. Robert, otrvire in ehapal. Tuoaday. 11 am 105 MMEMOIUKS HOWLXTT In lovinl mamory ol a daar aon. Goorea Roy. who " paawd away Dec IS. 1MO Not dtad 16 ua who lovad him. Not loat. but ono botoro: Ma livoa with ua in mamocy And will forfvar mora ' Mom and Dad- JEANLOUtS In lovtnf memory of s Oar raihar. William Jaan-teuti. who pajaod away Doc. IS. tons What would t not five to claap his hand. Hit doar. awoot fare to aa. To haar hat vote, to aaa hl anul. That moant ao much to m Daufhtar Yvonne and family NEWELL In lovtnr momory or a dear husband, fathar and grand-father. Hanry Robort iJllawtll. who paaaod away Doc. IS. 19S3. Today rocalla the memory Of a loved ono tone to rett: And thoao who think of him today Are the ones who loved him beat - The flowers wo lay upon his trove Mar wither and decay. But the love for him who uei beneath Will never fade away Wife. Children and Grandchildren JARVW In lovinj memory nf s dear wife and mother. Mr Gertrude Jarvia. who peaaed awa-Dec IS. I1 Safe lo the artna nf Jeau Huehand and Ronald. WEVTLAKTJ To the memorv of Mlaa Ann Wenuand. woo died Dec. Id. isai. ' A day never paeaoa but t think of your fair face, your west dUpoalUon. and our lovely friendship. Yours aver Umutht- fully, jean tWtlehi Brace, of Merrttt, Be. iM urds or mm BRALEY We wtah to excreta and neighbor, for their menv acta of .klndneaa. meeeog. of 'sympathy and beautiful floral trtbutee during our recent be reavement in the loea of a lov Ing wife, mother and grandmother. Lene Bradley. Special thanka to Rev. B Owen. Dr Daykin and Percy Kennedy William B Bradley and Family . LTLUCO Wa wlah to oxpraaa our aincer thanks and appreciation for many acta of klndneaa. mee-aages of sympathy.' floral offering, and memorial traibutea received from frtenda and reiotivee In our recent bereavement In the loaa of a beloved huaband and, father. Robort Miller Lilliro Special thanka lo Rev. Oeorge E Barrel! The Family. 10' FuTUI StniCTOH FRED N OARRETT. DIGNIFIED funerals- moderate charge. 384 Somerset. West 1 15-4771 RAClNE AND ROBCKT. 20 BES-aertr. 333-Mi.t; Eaatviow branch. . -300 Olmeteaa Street Wrltl.AN FUNERAL HOME PEN-aonal service Beverence SIS Coper 2.U-I4SS . McEvoy Brothers Limited i Ottawa's Largest Funeral Home PARKING FACILITIES AIR CONDITIONED CENTRAL LOCATION . . ESTABLISHED IS2S 233 KENT ST. 23J-SVJ7 104 twa. MORIUJ BROWN ROBERT AND SON 1 Spark at Bar- 233-S.731 Since 1S77 10SI riotun FLQWSRS rOR AXE OCCASIONS CrrfSUUI. S Rldeau. CE3-77S3; at Bank. c;e3-i5 . . 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AT wnivn siauon nov. 11. nowara. ru-ssse ton FOUND rovNia ns rars IN OUR . AIM TO PROVIDE OUR reaocni wun ine rn -at service jnal.; The Journal wlU fin- I hah In thta ao.i-mn trte ut eneree I for s te all aitid-e or acta. TrSioh u.r reatrt rrv lid I -.oipiv ;.ie-7sil. PH.rloirnl BROWN KEY CASE VICINITY Of Carlini .laiueiled Bo C-SST. Journal FOUND YOUNG DOG. LIGHT and dark brown, vicinity. Elmvaie Arte 733-47.1t '. ' FOUND -MEN'S SHIRTS IN DRY cleaners bog. vlctnlty lalaod Park Drive end Carting Avenue Deva soa-etll: evenlnaa S34-7S3 GLASSES FOUND CORNER Ofi Barretle and Marlcr Road. Eaat-view. 74S-2M3 4UM--6 MONEY r-BR"AEMFR Street Manor Park. Dec 13 He-Tnai evening.. 112 SffVICE STATIONS Service Stations Open December 15 to December 21 7 a.m. to 10 p m. FLEMING S BA . SERVICE S T A-tinn ISS3 Bank Street 733-SS77 MINUTE CAR WASH SERVICE S;lVVL,7 Catherine ai Kent PARKWAY BP SERVICE, corner Baeetlne Road and Cob-den S1S-4S14 BP CANADA LTD JOHN'S BP SERVICE STATION, lie Bank Street al James 233- 0437 CITIES SERVICE I ISLAND PARK CITIES SERVICE! station Ricnmond Head and Inland Park Drive 723-Dltn Easn MINIONS ESSO SERVICE STA - n JifHi't and Walling. Ion Streeta 72S-iS33 nos s ESSO SERVICE Open Every Sonday - open liaily I am u il rm. ON HIGHWAY 31 AT BLOSSOM Park Phone S22-OI33 ESSO BIRTCH S ESSO SERVICE 8TA-tion. Riveralde D.r I v e end BoweeVtlle S23-IM74 msrnx and ferouson W.KSt KERVirK KTtTlnv Iftft Ft Ctn Street, corner Nepean 2J2- FIN A W BECKER S riN. SERVICE Station. Bank and Grove Avenue I33-IB3I ' FIN A J W BECKER'S FIN A SERVICE. Station. Ratelina Road all Naveho T2S-S013 CYR'B FIN A SERVICE STATION 3HS Montreal . Road at Ducharme 74S-a33 FINA GARCIA S FINA SERVICE 8TA-lion. Richmond Road at Wond-rofle 729-01 OS FINS E GALLANTS FINA SERVICE Station 1.W7 Merivale Road. 72S-B4m una l.CKS SUPER SERVICE F 1 N A Service station 3ir carungj Avenue S3S-00S7 FINA L 8EGU1N S FINA SERVICE STA-tton Riveralde Drive and Washington 743-3111 SHAMROCK SHAMROCK SERVICE STATION. S33 industrial Avenue. T.ia-sni NICK'S SHELL SERVICE STATION 30 Booth Street et Duke 333-02S1 SHELL EARL MULHOLLAND SHELL Servtca Station, M7 Bank ' Street at Clemow 234-SSS1 SHKLL KEN WORKMAN SHELL BERV- Ire Siat.on. 2.1 Richmond Road at MrRae 723-00(11 SHELL WARD AND KELLY SHELL SerV.ce Slauon. ISST Carling Avenue at Sherooume TS3-0033 . ' l I i I I 236-7511 anc. bodrooaaa, ajOO. .Dtrt." -BEDROOM UPPER- auoiaV. electrically eoulpmod. re decorated, heated, suaae. SI 10. rurmahed it dealred. 14 Ran-irew. by appointment. CtSl41, Mr. Harold. . . APARTMENT. SELF-CONTAINED. S bedrooms. Itvins room. dins room, kitchen, hot water healed. Rent reasonable. Ottawa Souih. 7JJ-70SQ , APARTMENTS. STATESMAN. S100 and up. turmihed. unfurntahed Dan. 74-47S. evenins coo: APARTMENT. 1 BEDROOMS. HOT water, heated, near Ton Bay a Paature 73S-J404 APARTMENT. I BEDROOM DO janilot work. Sou monthly. E t-view. S'4-ZSSS RENTAL PURCHASE PLAN tnv down p-vtnsjnt for b ut if ut MuMonaid Horn at no rovl to au whil rntm at th ' KNIGHTSW00D , Nf-kt tn ruttlul park . HrtMl mdrkflr pnl . Qutt. 1 itnrya high . Cnvvrfxl parking . Individual haironisM . r -truly kitxcu . Eletrif appltanc , Bus Hap at front door 1 hlnrk tn public. sMpargt. ehooi. rhureh and CvUng-wwttf athopping Ctntrt rrn .$95 W00DR0FFE AVE. St RICHMOND ROAD 721 1791 722-M96 MACD0NALD CONSTRUCTION ApapTWEHT BEDROOM FUR ,M.unfUrnled SI Metcalfe Street IM-iani APARTMENT. MODERN. 1 LARGE ' hedroomc. dining room, electrically equipped. park I n g Washing facilltlee Very residential Adulta SI in S3 Olmauad. Ceatvlew. 7-as7 APARTMENT. I BEDROOMS, heated, lifht children accepted. Parking JM-4037 APARTMENT. 4 ROOMS. SECOND floor J30 Pnmroe or 331-SJ3S. ATTRACTIVE BACHELOR. eauio, td kitchen larte cup- biarda fireplace S75 CE3-SSS1 PRTMENT. 1 ROOMS. FIRST floor, central, available 2)3 Bronton Avenue SVAILABLR IMMEDIATELY. J- room flat. S30 Parking. CtJ- ,1M AvXlLABLf SANDY HILL. odrooma. equipped optional.- 232-1594. 233-S33S AVAILABLE 4 - ROOM APART-'-mrnt heeled 33S Olmatead. M03-3ISA AVAILABLE JANUARY. OVErC brook. 3-bedroom basement. healed, lighted electrically equipped. 370. JA3Jdn evg1 A FEW-LEFT The Comfort ot Modern Easy-to-Care-for Apartment Living PLUS The unexcelled convenience of, an uptown loc'auon. so hahdv to your place of employment, your favorite atoraa. theetret end .enterteinment. Everythtns a large eoamopnll- "n ,, , """r p,-n. wnm your addreaa la THE ACADIAN ' 153 NEPEAN ST. Tor Rental Informitlon Call 237-1 SftS Or. bitr still. t for yfMjr lf why th Aftdun U ft.SI occupi4d in t few thnrt monthi Opn for Viewing 11 am. to 9 p.m. Daily Own id n4 Oprittl ftv KASELL REALTY LTD. A. A. Katouf F. Ellis . -r--

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