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i 1 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL HuiEDAY. APRIL. 1963 'A A lS 2sr AL Lk Fhona CE6-7S11 "Ottawa's Most Progressive Want Ad Secuou" Phone CE6-7511 Announcements I Announcements Announcements Announcements Announcement? 44 IkXll i li I RATES-DATA BEHAN To Bill ami Catherine (net Fleutie) a son on Tuea- day; April 9. 1963. at the Grace HopiuT botr) well.
CASTLEDINE To FO and Mra." Brian Castledino (nee Sandra Hilton) a aon, on Tuesday, April 8, 1963, at Cold Lake, Alts, 3 GARDINER Ivan and Helen (nee James lare happy to announce the birth of their son, John'Edwin. born March 28, 1963. at the Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital. 3 GRAINGER Capt and Mrs. Richard A.
Grainier (nee Cozac), announce the birth of a son, Monday, April 8, 1963, at the OtUwa Civic Hospital: a brother for Catherine and Susan A HEWTTTT To Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hewitt, a daughter, on AprU 10.
1963. at Ottawa Civic HospiuL Both wall. 3 KENNEDY To Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kennedy sister for Sandra, Craig and Mark, on Tuesday.
AprU 9, 1963. at I Grace Hospital Both well 4 McCANN Born to Lester and Jean McCann, a daughter, on Saturday, April 8, 1963. at the Grace HospiuL Both well! I WRIGHT To Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright, -daughter, on Wednesday.
April 10, 1963, at Grace Hospital. A sister for Sharon and John. 3C The Journal X. 4 has made available a booklet of apprbpriate Jn Memoiam notices -wordings. Please phone or write Miss Allen A 237 Queen St.
CE6-7511 or come in for your copy. ADE. Charles In hospital Tuesday, AprU 8, 1963, Charles H. Ade, 138 Crich- ton Street, aged 73 years, be- loved husband of Florence Straser, father of Gilbert of Ottawa: Mrs. Ted Pranschke (lrm), of North Bay, husband by 1st marri age of the laie Clara Schultz, predeceased by 2 sons, Clar ence H.
and Edgar; also sur vived by 6 grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. William Blum. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 3IS McLeod. Service SL Paul's Lutheran Church Thursday 2 p.m.
Interment Beechwood tery. 3C ANGUS. Chester A. In hospital on Tuesday, April 9. 1963, Chester A.
Angus of 93 Caroline Avenue, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Angus of Shawville, brother of Harry W. Angus of Columbus, Ohio; and Mrs. C.
C. Wright (Marion), of Ottawa. In his 50th year. Resting Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Thursday 11 a.m.
Interment Yarm cemetery, Quebec 3C BR1SCO, John W. At his home, 100 Bruce Street, Renfrew, on Tuesday, April 9, 1963. John W. Brisco. beloved husband of Pearl Payne, in his 71st year.
Resting at McPhaU and Perkins Funeral Home, 85 Munro Street, Renfrew, where service will be conducted Thursday, AprU 1 1, at 2 p.m. Interment Rosebank cemetery. rv. 4 BULLARD, Thomas Oswald In hospital Monday, April 8, 1963, Thomas Bullard. of 174 Rochester Street, -aged 65 years, beloved husband, of Anhabelle Desarmia; dear sonW Mrs.
Beanie Bullard, of Arnprion dear father of Douglas, Patrick, (Muriel) Mrs. Boyd McComb, (Rita) Mrs. Peter Latenuresse. and (Artie) Mr. Harold Tinkess, and dear brother to William, James, Gerald, (Daisy) Mrs.
Ray McNevtns, and (Pansy) Mrs. Lorn Laderoute. Resting at yie Kelly Funeral 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Thursday to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church for Solemn Libera Service at 9 ajn. Interment Notre Dame.
BOYD, William Edward Sud denly, at his home, Osgoode, Ont, Monday, April 8, 1963, William Edward Boyd, in his 82nd year, beloved husband of the late Edith Mae Cle- -land. dear father of Mrs. Albert McKay (Vera), Ot tawa; Delmer (Deb), Carson-by. Resting Cummlngs Fu-" neral Home, North Gower. Funeral Thursday at 1.30 p.m., for service In St Paul's Anglican Church, Osgoode, at 2 o'clock.
Interment Elm- view Cemetery, 3 i CONNELY. Harold Corrigan In hospital Tuesday, AprU 9. 1963. Harold Connelly, aged 53 years, 283 McLaren Street, beloved husband of Evelyn Akina, and son of Mrs. WUiiam James Connelly, Cobden.
Ont, and the late W. J. brother of Donald, Beach burg; Kenneth Armstrong. Cornwall, and Miss, Nina Connelly, New York. Resting at the Tubman Funeral 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service in chapel Thursday, 2 p.m.
Interment Pinecrest cemetery. 9 fCOBttmMd i Neat Column) Rooming House Owners a handy guest receipt book isyours free. Write or phone Miss Scott CE6-751. CRAIC. Addie In hospital on Tuesday.
AprU 9, 1963. Addis Beli Craig, widow of Benjamin H. Craig, formerly of North Gower, QnL, in her 81st year, loving, aunt' of Anna Armstrong Holms n. Resting Hulse and Play fur Central Chapel. 315 McLeod.
Private service Thursday. Interment Rideau Vale cemetery, Kara. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Donations in remembrance may be made to the Missionary and Maintenance Fund.
North United Church. 3C CHARBONNEAU, Rev. Fr. M. Suddenly at Port Credit on Monday, AprU 8, 1963.
Rev. Fr. M. Charbonneau, Parish Priest of St Dominic's Church, dear brother of Mr. Gaston Charbonneau and Mrs.
Anita Sparks, of Ottawa. 7 Funeral service Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from St Dominic's R.C. Church, Port Credit 3 DUMOULTN. Mde. Gerardine At her residence, 248 Clemow Avenue, on Wednesday, April 10,, 1963, Gerardine Boievert, beloved wife of the Honorable Justice Jacques Dumoulin and dear mother of (Louise) Mrs.
John Clark, and (Francoise) Mrs. Paul Teaaier. both of Ottawa; sister of Paul. Alexandre, Jean, and Mrs. Raymond Thivierge.Tatt of Quebec City.
Resting McEvoy Brothers. 235 Kent Street, from 7, 'to 10 p.m. Wednesday, then City for. Requiem Mass and Interment Saturday. 3C EDWARDS.
Rev. Ivan R. In hospital, on Tuesday, April 9, 1963, the Rev. Ivan R. Edwards, Deputy Chaplain of the Fleet R.C.N, beloved husband of Rae Lillian Bea-j cock, of 57 JFarlsne father of Lynn and Lee, at home; and brother of Mrs.
Ernest Clifford, of Boucher-ville. Miss Marion Edwards, of Hamilton; son of Mrs. Simon Edwsrds, of Hamilton, and the late Rev. Simon Edwards, In his 51st 'inter Raallne Htilma and Pl- fair Central Chapel. 315 Mc-I Leod.
untU 12 noon Thursday. Service in Rideau Park United Church, 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. Those wishing to make a memorial tribute may donate to Carleton Unit Canadian Cancer Society. 386 MacLaren Street 3C HALt Anna Eliza In hospital on Tuesday, April 9, 1963, Anna Eliza -Cook, in her 89th year, widow of John Hall, mother of James (Mary) Mrs.
William McCagg, and (Thelma) "Mrs. Frank HammelU 11 grand-, children and 13 great-grand-7 children. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Thursday, 3 p.m. Interment Metcalfe -i.
United Cemetery, 4 HALFPENNY, Amos On Wednesday, AprU 10, 1963. J. Amos Halfpenny. Kempt-vUle, Ont, igrBO years, husband of the late Lylia father of Garnet, South Mountain; Harold, Smiths Falls; Ted, Pembroke; broth-1 er of Thomas, Kemptvttle; Milton, of Aylmer, Ont; Mrs. Joe Perkins, North Gower; Mrs.
Angus Payne, 'South Gower. Resting at the Rol- Funeral Home and Chapel, KemptvUle. Service Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Oxford Mills. HARTNETT, John J.
At Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, Wednesday, April 10, 1963, John J. Hartnett in his 93rd year. beloved husband of the late Cynthia Jane Madden, dear father of Mrs. Richard Reid (Edna), of Brockville; Mrs. Joseph Coulter (Martha), Toronto; Eugene, RR3 Collins Bay, and Joseph, Kingston.
At the funeral residence of Gordon Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elein Street Almonte, from this Wednesday evening. Fu-' neral Friday, April 12, to St Mary Church; Almonte, for Libera at 10 a.m. Interment St Mary's cemetery. 4 KEYES, Margaret Alma Suddenly, at Windsor, Ont, Tues- 1 day. AprU 9.
1963, Margaret Alma Morrisson, beloved wife of Parley Keyea, mother of Meryl, sister of Amis Mo risson, Mrs. Gladwya Schry or (Jessie), Mrs. Cecil Lewis (Gladys), Banner (Lois), Mrs. Bert Palmer (Irene), DorvaL Que. Will be resting at Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel, 315 McLeod.
Funeral arrangements later. 4 101 104 DEATHS 104 DEATHS tCent. tram Prcdtas Colifmni 104 DUTKS (Cnctt. from lrc4tnf Column) ion. FOUXD 1 1 -V GIVE AN EAR Any Easter bunny with ears that stand straight can tellyouthat ho Easter-morning surprise can a child more than a floral arrangement of roses, gladioli and Easter eggs.
Jnotm by suiak) Announcements 104 DUIHS (Coot from Praeadlnf Coliunnl O'REILLY, Lillian In Mont real on Tuesday, AprU 9, 1963. Lillian O'Reilly, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomat O'Reilly, in her 83rd year, dear sister of Mrs. Robert Sloan, Montreal; Thomas, Detroit; James, Hamilton; Anthony, John, Michael, Willie, all of Mani-' wakL Resting at McConnery Funeral Home, ManiwakL Funeral on Thursday, AprU 11.
at 10.30 ajn. at Bois Franc cemetery. Requiem High Mass on Monday, April 15, at St Patrick's cjiurch, ManiwakL PLUNKETT, Anna Bella In hospital Monday, April 8. 1963, Anna Bella MacFar- lane, age 94. 258 Fourth Avenue, widow -of James Plunkett, and dear mother W.
Bailey. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home. 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service the chapel Wednesday, 2 pjn. Interment Merivale cemetery. IContlniwd oa tint Column) 19 IK! CROP Corn Is one of the major crops of Romania and collec tive and state farms plant some I.MS.toe acres the spring.
BOOST NUCLEAR POWER Italy plana to spend some $2.000,00 between 1J and INS to expand power output from nuclear energy; Today Mnd TODAY A. Old Master Drawings Exhi bition opens at National Gallery, 5.30 p.m. CCEA Directors' Meetine. Coliseum, 5.15 pjn. Free LeetuTc; on Reincarna tion, Chateau, 8 p.m.
Ottawa Film Council oro- gram, NRC auditorium, Sussex Drive, 8.30 p.m. Opening of Exhibition of Australian Painting, National Gallery, 9 p.m. "The Cross," Cathedral Play ers, St. Matthew's Church.8 p.m. NOTICE! to PLACE or CANCEL JOURNAL WANT-AD This It Tour JOURNAL WANT AD WRITER Can Her at 236-7511 OPEN jw- 1 Announcements 104 DEATHS (Com (ran FTmdMf Cataawi ROBB, Annie B.
In Gatineau Memorial Hospital, Tuesday, AprU 9. 1963, Annie BirdseU Robb, dear sister of Mary R. Rjpbb, iii her 74th year, aunt of James Moffatt of Peta wawa, and Bruce Moffatt of Wakefield. Resting at the home of her sister, Mary R. Robb, Wakefield.
Funeral Thursday to St Andrew's United Church, Wakefield. 2 p.m. Interment Hall's cemetery. 3 TYSICK. Alexander William In Woodstock, Ont.
Mon- day, April 8, 1963, Alexander William Tysick, aon of the lata Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tysick, brother of Robert Norman, Austin, Leslie, and Jack, and two sisters, Helen and Ethel, all of Ottawa. Funeral in Woodstock. Wed nesday, AprU 10, at 1 JO pjn.
1 VADEBONCOEUR, Emile In local hospital, Tuesday, AprU 8, 1963, Emile Vadeboncoeur, aged 72 years, 336 Maiaon-neuve Street, Hull, survived by 1 brother, Aldege, Hull; 2 sisters, Mrs. Antonia Bi-gonesse, Hull; Mrs. Jeanne Ladouceur. Hull; 2 brothers- in-law, Leopold Pilon. HuU: Willi Gaudreau.
HulL Rest ing Gauthier and Co. 104 Notre Dams Street, Hull. Fu neral Thursday at 8.45. Libera service, 9 s.m. in Sacred Heart Church, HulL Requiem High Mass on Wednesday, April 17, 7.45.
Interment Hull cemetery. 3C Tomorrow This Is the Glebe Collegiate Institute, 8 p.m. TOMORROW Australian Art Exhibition at National Gallery to May 8. Mobile Blood Clinic, Cyrvitle Towers Store, 2.30 to 4.30 and 6.30 to 9 p.m. New Edinburgh Community Association.
47 Victoria Street, 7.30 p.m. Yiddish Theatre Ensemble, Jewish Community Centre, 8.30 p.m.' i Theatre Night at Little Thea tre, sponsored by 34th and 85th Scout Troops in Ottawa. -A. la Person or by Hep hone Monday through 8J9 am to 9.M pja. (Friday tm 19.99 p.a.) Saturdays 8.99 LB.
to 1.99 pm. Sundayt 4.99 pjn. to p-m. CANCELLATIONS Caflcenatlow aeceptd for the following day, 8.M Va. to '949 ml Salurday to IM pm, A CANCELLATION NUMBER BE RECEIVED WHEN CANCELLING AN ADVERTISEMENT Veitch Draper LIMITED Funeral Directors PARKDAU CHAPEl, PAS-4S7I BANK ST.
CHAPEL CXS-SSKS "No one is more under, standing or more qualified to serve you." VjTT Hulse Playfair Umlua rVNSRAL DIRECTORS Central Chapel 313 McLEOD ST. CE3-U43 West Chapel' 1098 BYRON AVE. PA8-176I LATEST INFORMATION CFRA DAILY 6.30 P.M. Att. CTuirtM H.
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a OOOLBY la land and lovtns bwiwwt 01 our oar motnar. Mrs Man Dooly. who pataad away April I. IBM. -Hothlnf nan avar taka.away, Tha lov a heart hoMa daar.
fond mamorlea llnsar evary day, Bamambranot beepa har naar. Tha ramlly. v- a WTATT In fond and lovlna mamory of motMr, Mrs. Pater WyaU. wba paiaad away Dae.
SI. 1SS and dad. Patw Wyatt, April 1Q, 15J. hannv beura wa ene aaiovi Maw awaet their anemorr mtlU. But daatli baa left a loneliness The world can- never mi.
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Of TT BAC1MI AND BOBBBT, XO BBB- aerw. ccs-ssos; Eaateiaw orancn SOS Obnatead Street. Dp TT rasa n. oarritt. diqndied funeral, mnderala charsaa.
SB auaaeraat Wast. CU-4TTS. Of TT McEvoy Brothers Limited Ottawa's Largest Funeral Home PARKING FACILITIES AIR CONDITIONED CKNTRAL LOCATION ESTABLISHED ItSS 735 KENT SI. CE3-5337 I0J CIMITIIT MEM021AU aantuM rariaiBrasi ihti rkU vim ISH. Dy Tf GEORGS BROWN AMD SONS.
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MAM'S WITTEN-auer automatic. tclfUtr Chateau. Reward. RCS-TSSe. SC LA ROB BLACK POODLE.
PE-, cenaroua reward for return or Information as la whers. abouU. Anawars to Qi-Gi. BUS. SJSS.
TOUNO MALB CAT. PART PER-alan, whita, srey patrhea on body and around face. Vicinity City View. 72S-4M1. 1 STRAHO PEARL NECKLACE.
Thuraday. March as, area Ooe--b ernment Houaa. Chateau Laurter, Union Siattoa. Box A-S4J. Jour- A DRIVE AT SCHOOL In the SovioV, Union where owning a car la a luxury, children are taught to drive in schooL YIELDS INCREASE The development of hybrid corn has given yields on 'an avers ja per cent higher than "ordinary varieties.
Journal Want Ads bring quid reaulta. rot) no idi rnr IN OUR AIM TO PBCVIDC OUR reaera with the lineal service eoaeihl. Tha Jonrna. wtll pub-la this aoJiuaa lreaoa aharae tor a da au artlelaa or peta wntrb our readera may line Simply dial CES-7S1 1 Claaallied Department Dy TP GLASSX3. CtRL'S.
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SH3-S03. i PAIR CHILD'S GLASSES, CCM. minsa near Burn, brown. 794 CumnUnsa. MANS WRIST WATCH.
WITTV nauer, oeorse Street. rreimao'e. J-o4, to 7 110 WICK TO 60 TRIPLE i RANCH. BPB1NO riainc iranaportauon. auper-trtalon.
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a oenrooma. modern, eteevtcaiiy equipped, sue. CS-44. I LOWER I BEDROOM. neauM.
Apply CM St. Patrick. Apartment Dy a MACLEOD, BEDROOM, EQUn. peo. aao.
Arundioo, l-oearoom. pAS-aass S-BEDROOM APARTMENT. TTLED oora, nuu, gerund. rru-tHDS. HERON PARK DtTPLSTX, BED- rooma.
mooem. ajaetneauy equipped. RU-S17S. HERON PARK. 1 BEDROOM.
modem, alectncaUy equipped. nee ieu, awe Dy I BEDROOM. CENTRALLY LO-ealed. tat floor. 1 lultahla aa offlcea, available May 1.
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CENTRAL, fround floor, apatloua. livtne. dlnins. bedroom, (arete. Slot.
Inchidlns oleetiidty. cia-aiMl, S-BEDHOOM- APARTVJIJJT, EUPf trically eoulpoed. SSS Blfla, wiwwa, mv new 12-STOREY KAVANAGH TOWERS 1161 Wellington St. (Opposite Grace Hospital) High Speed Elevators Broadloomed Corridors BACHELORS S90 I BLDROOM $100 UpT 1130 Free Rent Until May 1 PA2-7788 PA9-5667 Rental Office Off Lobby. Dps BEDROOM APARTMENT, PARX- and.
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GROUND floor; ianru-Miy equipped. su and SSS. Apply S4 or 7S Paplnrau treat. Hull. PR7- 13 Of WESTBORO.
UPPER BED SITTING. equipped utenea. nam. eoupta. ttsht, heat.
SSS, 71S-O701. Dy a THE WESTBURY APTS. Still the meat Sal red apart-; block -liusuwiiWrfn iK- tawa. Complete ehoppins and entertainment faculltee within half block of your door, Within aaay welkins distant of your Office to aav small pocket eharuje for that nolle -brnab- $87.50 Furnished if desired at modest rates. Parking Available 141 COOPER ST.
4 CE4-7362 Weekdays CE4-4132 Evenings and Weekends" (Continued en Next Column! IS SMALLEST PROVINCE Prince Edward Island 145 miles long and up to 3S miles wide is Canada's amallest province. 7 Piute Yur Javrna'. Want Ad Just CM CE6-75U i uk br Omitit. An experienced ad falter will heipvyoa word your advertise. nfc Want Ada accepted nana aa Menday -refb Ttaraeey, prlday aalU IS in Ada fee Menday areepted not I p.aa.
Sefnrday and arneay I la I a aa. airtba. Aaaaverear eaaaa. CWnrrta servtrea. cerda.ef Than a la word minimum si.lS.
la Maaaaetaas KeUrea. le nrerd aalalmeae SS.U. Drain Netleea and Leda Natleee, 1e word minlmem SI. fa. Nate: Sntaenaenta, Marnasee, or withewt Btewrea.
smear en Serial Pae. Mien aaay aaall, tetepbeoe er fcrtn year want A4 te The eeemei CUaainad Office, 131 ttaeaaj Street, Minimum 18 word ad Family Commercial Rata Rate AVzc day for at dap far I ai aaer reaaaae- anere lanaaan Ova laaertteea. uv taiarMsaa INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS 101 Births 104 Dee tha 105 In MearlSJM 10SA Anniveraej-y Mass 1M Card of Thanks 10SA SocteUea and Lods 107 runeral Directory loa Cemetery Mamnrlsls 10SA Pkarlst los Lost 10SA round IfO Wbar to USA Banquet party ilOB Take Out Pood HOC Hotela and Motai Ill Ambulance Serrlo lis Beretra atattaaa U2A Drufeieta Apartments- vtoi Apertmenta. Plats ta U4 101 Apertmeeta Wanted Articles for Sale SOI SOS SOS SuIA SOt SOS IOS- ao7 SOS SOS Artlelaa for Sel Artlclea Wanted Boat and Marin aroenin reran implement aa Pnel for Sal Market Beeket Pet Stock Poultry Lrveatoek TreaMns part Personals soe 401 Beauty Salons i urates Hnaaaa Emplcvment sei soia sos SOS sos SOS SOS sot Mate Help Wan Pamela Help Wanted Tuition Baby Rooms Real Estate tot totA toi to 703A 704 tOS 70S A toa tot toa 70S tie tlSA ii "THA til til tl4 Bona for Bad Apt, for Bale Hoaaas for Rent Houaa Wanted te Bap Houaa Wanted to Beat Ofloee Store ta Beat Property Wanted Out-of-Town PiupaiUas Parm for Sal wad Bead Parme Wanted Cottaree for Sale and BaaS Cottaa Lota for Bea Cottases Wanted Car sol SOS SOI SOS BOS Autoa for Bala Auto Wanted Track and TlsllMB Gerwfee Motorcyelea elliineour so Auctloa aalea and Service Centre CANCELLATIONS When canoaUtna an ad. -kill aiunbar." Ma alUwaaaas aa alalma rannallad wltkeut at.
AIMUSTMENTS ra Journal dbtlity for error altar tha lint When tnqttiring call CE6-75U and aak for Bos Replies. letters addressed to tha following boa holders- are available at The JourMl Office, 23? Queen Street, ud presaata tJon of dos ticket A. lit 130 MS, 154 171 17 iii in js 214 ES jm 23T 34t 34t 344 351 2 3 364 3H 2 3S JSt 30 3t 3M 291 3M 39t S00 301 SU 30s Jim 30T to til 32S US, SUB 330 tH I3 lu. JM. Ssfecrtrtai Wu ieernal kerne elvery aerrtce.
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