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30 Monday, November 3, 1969 , The Ottowo Journal Deaths" - . By The Canadian Presa New York Ambassador Dalo Mohamed. Ismail bin Mohamed Yiisof, 47, Malaysia's United Nations ambassador and high commissioner to Canada. - Toddy and Tomorrow ... today :' r " Blood donor clinic, 85 Plymouth Street. 1.30 - 4.30 and ' ,6.30 - 8.30 p.m. I Home Builders' . Association, .- -.- djnner, Skyline Hotel, 7 p.rn. "' Ottawa Winter Fair, horse show, Civic Centre, 7.30 p.m., official opening, 9 p.m. "The Alchemist," National Arts Centre theatre, p.m. TOMORROW . Association of Universities '-, and Colleges, annual meeting, - Skyline Hotel, all day. . Blood donor clinic, Cartier Square-Drill Hall. 9 a.m. .'12 noon, and 1.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. "Invitation to a Second Career," ' five-weelT seminar, . Christ Church Cathedral, 9,30 . a.m. - 11.30 a.m. Ottawa West Jaycees, -civic politicians' night, Carlingwood . Restaurant,-a.J0 p.m.: "Move in on Better Living," lecture series, Alexander Community Centre, 8 p.m. Canadian contemporary poet-"Cry- reading, Unitarian Church. - 2101 Algonquin Avenue, 8 p.m. National Arts Centre Or-- chestra, NAC Opera House, 8.30 p.m. ' ' " r- IEEE,- panel discussion, National Research Council audi- torlum. 8.30 p.m. Hamlet. National-Arts Centre theatre. 8 p.m. Ottawa Winter Fair. Civic Centre, all day. - WONT HESITATE " AMMAN (ReutcrsV King Hussein said Saturday Jordan will nnr hpsitate to liberate IsraeJi-ncoupteMerUory.-it-.pm littcat efforts to solve me mm--dle East crisis failed. The west bank of Jordan has been occupied by the Israelis since the " Arab-Israeli war in June. 1967. Journal Boi Jteplles C-413 423 439 - 610 522 538 S98 599 619 " 647 671 674 729 730 738 - 771 780 7B4 - 808 BOS 810 833 834 836 844 8M 8M 889 870 871 878 880 891 449 460 558 561 623 626 679 701 741 749 795 799 816 825 840 841 861 883 874 875 '463 505 562 573 640 644 704 706 754 769 801 803 827 830 841 843 884 866 876 877 Journal Subscription Rales SINGLE COPY PRICE: 10c oPyi IK Saturday. v 8V CARRIES: Mr BY MAIL: Pnycole In advance Can. odd. Caridldn Fo-ces Post Offices and USA M.00 a month or 137.00 a year. All other countries M (10 a month or M0 00 a year. Solurday only JSC per Issue or JI1.00 o year lo ony oddrtji. For further Information coll 716-7SII. District Want Ad Atinti SMITHS FALLS McShon and Shanks "Plfarmocy. Beckwith and Main SlrMU. Phono MJ-MH CARLETON PLACfc Wilson's Druo Stors-, Brldgo Street. Pnono 257 1SOS. PEMBROKE - Mrs. R. Locke. 377 Po ' t.,,-1.. ttrMl PhnM 717.US3. fmfrfw Mrs. D. Bclangtr.- 704 Raglan Strut. Phono Ol-ira INDEX TO CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCIMiNTS Vital SlerUstlCSt 1. Adoptions 1. Birthi I. Deaths 4. Obltuarlts 5. Lott o. Found irloms 1 4' .Anniversary MosseO n r Hrnt nf Tr 1. Fundro' Olrlori 17. Ctnwltry Momorloll II. SoclttiM ond Lodojj,. 30.--Fiorull ?l. CmHrll -?--Ortiait Oor-n -Sunday -XrUrVKi SIOIIOfB 33. Btmquls ond PartltS 34. Take-Out Food . 35. Who rt to Go 34. Hottlt ond Mottlt 37. Beauty Salow 3t. Nursing Home 39. Gardening and Landstoplng 40. Ambulonce Service MPLOYMKNT - 41. Mote Help Wanted 43. Salesmen and Agentt 43. Positions Vocant 44. ProtesiionoV Service 45. Femole Help Wanted-4. Nursing Services 47.mpiovmeni Wanted 41. Domestic Help 4t. Teachers Wanted 50. Tuition 51. Troae Schools 53. Baby Services APARTMENTS 54 Apartments to Let Sfi. FurnnhMl Aportments to Ltt , 5. Aportments Wonted 57. Aportmen's, tor Sole SR. Furnished Apartments Wonted 59. Sublets PROPERTY ' 61. Property tor Salt 3. Property for' Rent 3. Property Wanted . to. Income Property - ' 5. Property Exchanged , M. Out of-Town Propertle M. Forms for Salt Ad. Farms for Rent 4. Farms Wonted to Buy 70. Cotton tor Sale " 71. Cottaqes for Rent . ' . 73. Cottaqes Wonted - 73. Cottoqe Lots for Salt 74. Warehouse Spoce 75. Offices to Let 7. Offices Wonted to Ltt 77. Stores to Let - 71. Stores Wonted ttf Ltt. 7. Resorts 10. Business Opportunities. . .... . ROOMS .. , M, Rooms to Let V. Rooms Wonted OK. Room ono Board It. Short Accommodation LONG CISTANCE ; PHONE ZEfTHWIM NO , TOLL CHARGE Births GOODMAN -- To John and Diane (nee Guenette) a daughter. . Michelle Diane, Nov. 1, 1969, at Grace Hos pital. First grandchild TS Mr. and Mrs. John Goodman Sr.. 7th grandchild fon Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guenette. GUITE fchaftfs and Janet are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Kimberfy Anne, 7 lbs., 4 oz., Wednesday, Oct. 29, 1969. at Ottawa General H os p i t a I. Thanks to Dr. Reed and staff. INGLESON Bill a rid Doris (Grainger), proudly announce - the birth of their son,: Scott, on Oct. 29, 1969, a brother for Nancy and Nora Ann, at the Grace Hospital. Thanks to Dr. . Beggs and special nurse Barbara Grainger. INGOE-a. Keith and JatareJ pleased to announce the arrival of Christopher. Keith, Nov. 1. 1D69. : at Ottawa Civic Hospital. A brother for Barbara. - - - MENDELSOHN To Harvey . and Linda (nee Waserman) the gift,, of a beautiful daughter, Saturday.. Nov) 1, '1969, at the Jewish General Hospital. . Montreal. . For ' Lillian and Karl Waserman the joy of their first grand child j MILLS Chris and Olivia are happy to announce the birth of a daughter at the Grace Hospital-on Oct. 31, 1969, MacPHEE Dr. and Mrs. J. E. MacPhee are pleased to announce he birth of a daughter, "born on Saturday. Nov. 1, 1969 - at the Ottawa General Hospi- tal.. McCAULLY Warren and Shcryl (nee Anderson), son.-Sean, Nov. 1; 1969. McGURN Pat and Margo (nee Copeland), are proud to an nounce the birth of their son Andrew Calvin, on Nov. 1, a the Ottawa General Hospital a brother for Michael. O'NEILL Michael and Jule (nee Krarns) are happy to announce the arrival of a son. Michael Sean, at Otta Hncnital. Nov. 3 ' 1969. Both well. Thanks to Dr. Moffatt. PIERUNEK Bernard and Chervl (nee Steels), are pleased to announce the birth of a boy on Friday, Oct. 31, at Ottawa Oxjc, Hospital, a brother for John. . MiRCHANDISi Article: - tj. Articles tor SdH - 03. Articles Wonted 4. Articles for Stnl 95. Artie les tor Swap 9e. Antiques and Find Art 07. Flrowood and Fuel 99. Market Basket 9. Machinery and Equipment 100. Pet Stock . lot. Livestock and Poultry 103. stoma and Coins 104. Boat! nd Motorl 105. SnowmobilM 10. Campr' SuppHM "107. MmiCdl SuppHM "TiCTfodlo Tsleviiron 19l. TlouMhotd Applionc!- -.- 1UTOMOTIV1 Autot:. lit. Auto Ledilno 171. Autos Wonted 17?. Aula Accessor! 133. Sports Cars ' 124. Auto Porti Truckst m. Trucks for Solo 130. Truck Bodies, Partt 131. Trucks Wanted . Trailers 133. Trailers for Salt 134. Trailers for Rent 135. Mobile Homes for Sot 134. Mobil Homes for Rent 137. Mobile Homes Moved 131. Mobile Home Perks - ' 13. Mobile-Homes Exchanged Motorcycles! 145. Motorcycles for Salt -Motorcycles for Rent . W. Scooters tor Sal 1. Scooters for Rent 14. Ski Mobiles Miscellaneous! J !5l. Garaaes is?. Pnrklno Spot ,; , 153. Wintering . RIAL BSTATt . 197. Houses for Sol 151. Real Estatt Servlc - 159. Houses to Let IN). Furnished Houses to Let HI. Furnished Houses Wonted t to Ltt 167. Houses Want to Let 143. Houses Wonld to Buy 144. Garden Horn PERSONALS VA. Personal Memos 177. Transportation Avollobl 171. Transportation Wanted 179. Camps Boys' and Girls FINANCIAL 115. Financing 114. Money Wonted 117. Money Avoilobl IM Mortgages 1K9. Investments 190. Patents nd Copy,- . MISCELLANEOUS 194. Legal - 195. Auction 19. Mr Servo 197 Coming Event ltt. Stomp Coiltctor -199. Anniversary Pag 'Otiawa'sMost 2. Births - (Cont. from lrtcding Column), - ; SAUMUR Lionel and Therese (neejuilbault), are proud to announce the birth of their . first daughter, Anne Julie, " 8 lbs.-, 4 oz:. at the Civic Hospital 'on Oct. 31, 1969, a belated birthday gift for mommy. Many thanks to Dr. Cameron. THOMAS Roger and Barbara proudly announce the arri val of a daughter, Jennifer Lynn, Nov. 2, 1969, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. ;- WILLIAMS Ronald and Carolyn (nee Coles), a r pleased to announce the birth of a son. Ross Lindsay, on Sunday, Nov. 2, 1969, at the Riverside Hospital a brother for Garth and Julia. WOLFF Floyd and Helen (nee Potter), are proud to announce lhe"arrlvalorthelr-7sohr Christopher Colin, on Saturday,-Nov. I. 1969', at Ottawa Civic, Hospital. Deaths BAIZANA, Gladys Of St. Jean, Que., on Oct 30, 1969, . aged 51 ryears, Gladys Mc-" Fadden. beloved - wife of Ralph Baizana, manager of 1GA, St. Jean, Que. Rested .at .VaitchJitapetrjineralk Home, Parkdale Avenue,-Ot . tawa. Funeral, service was in the chapel on Monday at 2 p.m. Interment Beecnwooa . Cemeter)', Ottawif. BARNES, Let? G;-Suddenly at his home. Luskville, Que Saturday. Nov. 1, 1969, Lee George Edward Barnes, in his 45th year, youngest son of . Mrs. George Barnes and the ' late George Barnes, dear brother of Robert, of Luskville, beloved uncle of Sheldon, Brenda, and Robin. Rest ing W. J. Hayes and Sons Funeral Home, Quyon, Que, Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. for service at St. Luke's Anglican Church, Upper Eardley, Que. .Interment parish cemetery. Masonic service Monday 9 p.m. BARRY, Norman In hospital, Sunday, Nov. 2, 1969, Norman T. Barry, of 38 Ossing- ton Avenue, beloved husband of Irene Robertson; brother of W. Newton Barry and Mrs. David Ritchie (Betty) of St. Andrew's, Scotland, and Mrs. G. S. Farnham (Ruth), Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Wednesday, 3.15 p.m. Interment Beech-wood. ' . BLACK, Simon On Saturday Nov. 1. 1969. Simon T. Black Oxford Station, husband of the late Ethel Gardner and dear father of Whitney, Kemptville; Claire. Montreal; Mclvin. Oxford Station anH Mrs. LawrencePeTlon (Min- niai, bpenarvillo; oaed-nfl Resting at the Rolston Fu neral Home. Kemptville. Service In the chapel Mon aay at 2. p.m. -South Gowr-r. Interment Saturday. Nov. I WHO Mary White.' of 97 Bavs water : Avenue., widow of William Boville, mother of Orville, Leonard, Weldon and Keith, . all of Ottawa Sister of Miss Ethel White Mrs. ThoWSt-Weatherdon (Lillian). Mrs. G. McDonald (Annie), Charles and Harold White, all or Ottawa. Rest ine Hulse and Plavfaii . Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Wednesday. 1 1 a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery CAH1LL, Sadie Florence In Ottawa hospital, Sunday, Nov. 2. 1969, Sadie Cahill daughter of the late Mr. and Mr;. James Cahill; sister of ElwQod, Montreal: Irvln Campbells Bay; John, Bry- son, Que. Resting at Ringro.se Brothers Funeral tlome, Campbells Bay, Que. Funeral Tuesday,. Nov. 4. to St. John the Evangelist Church, Camp-' bells Bay, for Requiem Mass at 10 a.m. Burial Str-Anne's cemetery, Calumet --Island, ' Que. , ' VAUIETY OP CAUSES A tsunami (Japanese for har- hnr unvi nr tirln) wav hn nothing to do with tides. It may be triggered by an underwater earthquake, volcanic explosion or earth slide. Piogiessive Want VI. Deaths rqR', ' from Preceding COCKBURNKMiry In hospital SundayjoNoV. 2. 1969, Mary EUio (Mayme) . Wright, . wife of Xthe, late John W. Cockburn,vnf 140 Brighton Avnue- MotheYof Douglas and Blair. Sister of Margaret Wright. Also sur Vived by seven grandchil dren. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Wednesday 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. DAY, Mary In-Deep River Hospital, Friday, Oct. 31, 1969 Mary .tMoNie) Hoskins, belov ed wife 6f the late Leslie George Day, aged 64. Resting at ' Ihe -Cochrane - Anderson Funeral Home,- Renfrew, until Monday,' Nov-.. 3. Service in St. Paul's Anglican Church at i .. p. mIn termen l. Ros'ebank Cemetery. GRENON, Omer Ernest. In Montreal, Saturday, Nov. I 1 969, Omer Ernest Grenon, son of the . late Joseph Grenon and Agnes Huneault, beloved husband of Beulah Lamothe. Dear brother of Armand and Albert. 3 sisters, Simone, Alice and Laurence. Resting Dallaire Funeral Home on Bellechasse Street, Montreal. Funeral Wednes- - iay 9-nloclc-str-Bfando'n Church. Interment Mount -Royal cemetery. HAHN, Otto Carl Suddenly Sunday, Nov. 2, 1969, at his - home,. Otter Lake, Que.,- Otto Carl jlahn. in his 73rd year, husband of the late Helena Yach, dear father of Milton, of Charteris, Clifford, Otter Lake; Lillian (Mrs. Edmond O'Malley), Otter Lake, Que., survived by 10 grandchildren and 1 .great-grandchilddear brother of Ernest, Theo, Lena "(Mrs. Adolph Zimmer- . ling). Otter Lake, Arthur, Texas, Ida Brennan, Engle- wood, NJ, U.S.A. Resting ' W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shaw ville. Que, Funeral Wednesday, Novr 5 at 1,30 p.m for service at Zion Lutheran Church, Schwartz, Que. Interment parish cemetery. HANRATTY, Mary In hospital, Sunday, Nov. 2, 1969, Mary Elizatbeth Lachapelle, aged 77 years, beloved wife of Frank J. Hanratty formerly 124 Arthur Street, mother of John L., Desmond, Ted, Frank,. Earle, Mrs. Theresa Thomas, Ottawa, Mrs. Kay Bowman, Indianapolis. " Mrs. Albert Hapeney, Boston, 21 grandchildren, .6 great-grand children. Sister of Albert La chapelle Brockville, George, Fort Pierce Florida, Mrs. Emily Simmon, Denville, NJ. Resting at the Whelan Funeral Home, 515 Cooper St. between Bay and Lyon. Funeral Wednesday to Church of Our Lady of Per petual Help for mass at 7.45 Z a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Mater circle 550 Daughters of Isabella assem ble for rosary 8 p.m. Tucs-day, HORNIDGErMrsx Richard F. On Monday, Nov. 3, 1369, in hosnitaf Stella (Loretta Noel. beloved wife of Rich ard Frederick H o r n I d g e, T52- Brook Street, Aylmer, Que. Dear mother of Mrs. Raymond Boucher (Lois), Aylmer; Mrs. Raymond Mc-Cabe (Dorothea), Arnprior. Predeceased by W.'O. Charles Hornidge, RCAF. Also survived by six grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Octave Noel (Mary Anne Mulroney)'. Resting Racine. ; Robert and Gauthier. 260 .Bosserer Street, after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Mass at St. Mark's Church, Aylmer, Thursday at R a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. HUDSON, Henry L. In hos pital Saturday, Nov. 1. 1969, , Henry Hudson, aged 69, of 255 Donald Avenue, beloved husband of Marion McGlinn. Dear father of Daniel, Isobel (Mrs. Ken Michaelis), Mary jJMrs. John O'Connor), Mabel (Mrs. David Pippy). Also survived by one stepbrother, Mel Hudgitl. Resting Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Tuesday to St Matthew's Church for service at 2 p.m. .Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. Ad Section! 3. Deaths -. (.Cont. from Procodino Column) ' LANGTON, Joseph M. In hospital, on. Saturday, Nov. 1, .1969,, Joseph M. Langton, beloved husband of Jane : MacDonald of 571 Riverdale Avenue, age 72 years, brother of Mrs. Rene Bisson,Gertie), XMrs. Gerry Pegg (Lois) and John Langton. Resting at nuise-.Nana riayratr central Chapel; 315 McLeod Street Service was held Monday, 1 p.m. Interment Pinecrest - Cemetery. MORGAN, Gertrude ,EmlUne-- Suddenly at-her residence South March. Sunday. Nov 2, 1969, Gertrude Morgan, aged 71, daughter of the late John Morgan end Elizabeth Graham. Sister of Orville. Cecil. - and Ruby:- Resting Kennedy Funeral Home. JCarp.Servicft-in-St.-John's A rig i lean Church, South March,' WednesdayTJO p.m. Interment parish ceme tery. MORRISSETTE, Adelard (Dol lard) Suddenly at hii residence, 2562 Hopkins Road, on Friday. Oct. 31, 1969. Adelard Morrissette, - age 48 - years, husband of Ruby Deslaur- iers and father of (Suzanne) Mrs. Gerard Beautne and Denise", both of Ottawa, dear bromtDf7frTdr"TATrha) Mrs. Edward Shields, (Mary) Mrs. John Roclcbume and Germaine LaBelle, Ottawa,) ana (Ainertine) Mrs. Matnias Bourguignon, Russell, Ont. Resting McEvoy-Shields Fun eral Home, 235 Kent Street after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funer- al Monday to St. Francoise d'Assise Church. Funeral mass 6 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. . IURRAr-Garo E. In hos pital, on ' Sunday, Nov. 2 1969, Caro E. Perry, 233 Clemnw Ave., wife I of the late E. Scott Murray; mother of Mrs. George Ault (Chris tine); George, James and Charles, all of Ottawa, also surviving, 15 grandchildren . and five great-grandchildren. Resting at Hulse and Playfair . Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street, service in St, Andrew's Presbyterian Church Tuesday, 2 p.m. Cremation Pinecrest cemetery. MURRELL, Sydney Ernest On Friday. Oct. 31, 1969, in hospitaT, Deep River, Ont., Sydney Ernest Murrell, beloved husband of Bernice Acres, in his 62nd year, son of the late Ernest Murrell and Katherine Ade, dear brother of Melvin, Ottawa and Dorothy (Mrs. Dan ' Paur), Vancouver, BC. Rest ing at Lutheran Church, Deep River, Ont., Saturday evening, thence to W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shawville, Que. Funeral Monday, Nov. 3, at 2 p.m. for service at St. Thomas Anglican Church Bristol. Que. Interment Norway Bay cemetery. MacFARLANB, William S In hospital. Sunday. Nov. 2. 1969. William S. MacFarlane. aged 84 years, of 1165 Rock "Ingham AveTTruisbaria oPthe late Margaret LaPlante. Rcst- Home, 235 7 Kent Street, where service will be held on Tuesday at II a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Rev. J. A. O. McKen-nitt officiating. MARTIN, Dr. Lawrence' M. In hospital, Friday, Oct. 31, 1969. Dr Lawrence M. Mar' tin, of 223 Somerset W., husband of the late Olive Baker, in his 77th year, father of Phyll. of Ottawa and Peter of Toronto, brother of Mrs. Mary S m a 1 1 of Colborne. Ont. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service Tuesday at 3 p.m. Cremation Beechwood crematorium. Friends desiring to send a memorial tribute may donate to the Ottawa Boys' Club: McKERRACHER, Harold O. In hospital Arnprior, Satur.-. day, Nov. 1, 1969, aged 78 yearsr Harold McKerracher, of 61 Daniel S.t. N., Arnprior, son of the late James and Elizabeth McKerracher. . Brother of Dewey, Ted' and Bee, Arnprior; Goldie (Mrs. O'Hara), Montreal. Resting at Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., Arnprior."'. Service in the chapel ' Tuesday 10.30 a.m. - Interment Arnprior ceme- tefy-. , LOCAL CALLS PHONE 236-7511 3. : . Deaths CCont. from Procodlng Column) T" McLENNAN, John Duncan In hospital on Sunday, Nov. 2, 1969, -John Duncan - McLennan, of RR 1, MaxVille, Ont., aged 62 years, beloved hus band of Ellen Campbell, dear father of Douglas, RR 1, Maxville, brother of Belle McLennan, Maxville, Scott McLennan, Ottawa. Resting Munro Funeral' Home, 'Max ville. Funeral service at the funeral home " on Tuesday, Nov;'4 at 2 p.m. Interment -in Maxville cemetery. In lieu . of flowers ' donations may be made to the Cana- dian Cancer Society or -the Heart Foundation.-. McSHANE, Lenora In hospital, Monday, Nov. 3, 1969, Lenora Pegg, beloved wife of Lt. Col. (Retired) King G. McShanej 960 Muskoka; dear ". sister" of Edith "tMrs. Jack Monkmari), Windsor Rest ing at Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Avenue (west I pf Woodroffe), Funeral Wed-, nesday to St Basil's Church for mass at 10.30 a.m. Interment Pi.necrest cemetery. NANKIN, Thomas John - In hospital; Friday, Oct. 31, 1969, Thomas J. NanVIn aenrl R.V Old Chelsea, Que., husband of the late Jennie Chamberljn .it fisting .Tubman. Eunexail Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt after 7 o.m. Satur day. Service in the chapel Monday. 2 p.m. Interment Bellevue Cemetery. NESBiTT, Sarah Caroline In . Ottawa, on Saturday, Nov. If 1969, Sarah Caroline Meldrum, formerly of 17 Rupert Street, Ottawa, be loved wife of the late Ward Nesbitt, in her 94th year, pre deceased by son Sher man. Resting at the Vice and Craig Ltd., Funeral Home, Church Street, Winchester, where service will -be held Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m Interment Maple Ridge cemetery. O'DWYER, Mrs. James Died Monday, Nov. 3, 1969, Flor ence Boucher, of 91 Brook Street, Aylmer. aged 45, wife of James O'Erwyer; 'daughter of Mrs. Desneige Boucher; mother of Mrs. Clifford Bow- ditch (Marguerite), Ottawa; Miss Phyllis of Aylmer. Rest ing at L. Emdnd and Son . Incorp., '39 Central Street, Aylmer. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 7.45 in St. Paul's Church, Aylmer. Interment St. Paul's cemetery. The Journal has made available a booklet of appropriate ' In Memoriam Notices . Phone or Write r Miss Allen 236-7511 or come in foe . your copy 3. Deaths ' . . (Coat, from Procodlng Column) OLTMANN, George Hjalmar In hospital Saturday, Nov. 1, 1969, George H. Oltmann, beloved ' husband of Beulah MacKenzie, Metcalfe Hwy., in his 59th year, father of Mrs. Earl Hanna (Joanne), Lively, Ont., Mrs. Kenneth Barrett (Kitty), Streetsville, Ruth, oKCalgary, Mrs. Stuart ' Cunniilllgs lngiid), Oshawa, Nora Lea, Oshawa, David, ' Toronto, NeH, Brian and Phil- Hp, of Ottawa: Resting Veitch-Draper-. Ltd.)" Bank Street at Carling ' Avenue. Service in the chapel; on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Internment Capital Memorial Gardens. . - PICHE, Mrs; George In hospital Sunday, Nov. 2,969, aged 64 -years, Sarah Logue, wife, of George Piche, step mother of Harold and George Piche, Cornwall; mother of Mrs. Beverley Evans, Ottawa; sister of Lawrence, Walker, Vanier City; Roderick, Ottawa; Mrs. Ellen Mc- Cann, Vanier City; Mrs- Kathleen LeBlanc, Ottawa; one grandchild Deanna Gil lies. F u n e r a 1 Wednesday from Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 300 Olmstead Street,, for Requiem High Mass at the Assumption Church at" 8 o'clock. Inter-"rnent Notre Dame cemetery, 'Ottawa. POTTS, Arthur Hcrschel Bruce In hospital, Thursday, Oct. 30, 1969, Arthur Herschel Bruce Potts, beloved husband of Mary Hendrie Reid vtMarion), dear father of :Mrs, W-A.:-Thompson (Betly), Belleville; Mrs. A. J. WilliarrisMarionV-Ottawa, and Bruce Reid Potts, of La- " chine, Que. Iso 10 grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Saturday -'T1-.30-a:mT'Tflteffne'nl GapifaT - Memorial .Gardens. InMieu of flowers donations may - made to the Canadian Heart Fund. PELLETIER, Mrs. Marguerite- Saturday, Nov. 1, 1969, Marguerite Robillard, aged 65 years, beloved wife- of Armand Pelletier Leamington, Ont.. daughter of the late Gilbert Robillard and the late Julie Robillard' (nee Riel), dear mother of Marcel, Ottawa, Mrs. Jean Guy Du-charme (Jacqueline), Ottawa, Mrs. Marguerite Mason, dear sister of Laurence and John Robillard, Ottawa, and 8 grandchildren, many .. nieces and nephews. Resting Racine, . Robert and Gauthier, 300 Olmstead, Vanier City. Funeral Wednesday at St. Bonaventure Church 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. REDTMAN, Joan Ann Of 18 Marco Drive, Ottawa, and Arnprior. Suddenly at Arn-prior, aged 31 years, Jban Ann Redtman, daughter of Howard and Irene -Redtman, Arnprior; sister of Donald, Ottawa; Kenneth, Edmonton; Norman, Ottawa; Carole, Peterborough; Sharon at home. Resting Boyce Funeral Home, Arnprior, until noon Wednesday, thence to Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church for service at 2 p.m. Interment Arnprior cemetery. SCHULTZ, Harold In Hamil ton, on Oct. 31, 1969, Harold scnultz, aged 49 years, of 88 Maplewood Ave., Hamil- ton. Ont.. son of me-tate Mr. and-MrSr-Paul-SchultZf and brother-of Walter, Ot- Tawa; N6rman,"Bors'ielrIahoT Mrs. Fred Hindie (Viola), inald Soancs - (Frieda), Kitchener. Funcrak-service was held Nov. ,2, .at Kitchener, Ont. Interment ' St. Peter's Lutheran cemetery, Kitcri-ener. . ' SHERIDAN, Mrs. Enid In hospital, Friday, Oct. " 31, I969i , Enid Richards, beloved 'wife of .Ralph Sheridan, 793 Dickens Avenue, dear mother of Rob-eet, William and Ian, Otr tawa; dear sister of William Richards, Toronto", and of he late Joan Spence, stepmother -of Regis,. Ottawa. Resting McEvoy - Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street. Funeral mass - at Resurrection Church, Saunderson Drive, Tuesday, 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. SIMON, Mclvin In hospital, Saturday, Nov. 1, 1969, Melvin Simon, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simon, formerly of Montreal, in his 71st year, survived by two nieces, Mrs. Vera Adam and Mrs Mildred Finlay, both of Montreal.. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street, service on Tuesday, 10 a.m.Jntcr-mentJorin JiejgrftHi Que 2. Deaths' (Cant, from Prodding Column) SMITH, Tracy Lee In hospital Sunday, Nov. 2, 1969, Tracy Lee Smith, aged 2 weeks, beloved daughter of Jacque- line (nee Barrett) and Addison Smith, granddaughter of -Mr. and Mrs. H. A.i Smith, J ;nd Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. G; . Barratt. Resting Tubman . Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service . in chapel Tuesday 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. . Donations to East-, ern Ont. Children's Hospital ' in lieu of flowers. STEEN, James Henry Sud- - denly at his residence,462' . Cole Avenue, Satttrday.'Nov. I. 1 969, James" H. Steen. aged 54,-Beloved husband of Poris Mary Williams, and brother of Alexander Ralph Steen. Resting Tubman Fu- . , neral Home, 403 Richmond . Road at Roosevelt. Requiem - Mass in-St. George's Church, 1 Tuesday at 8 a.m. Interment .. , Notre Dame cemetery. WALKER, Harper (Harry) ; Of 83 College Street E, v-Belleville (formerly of 282V - O'Connor Street, Ottawa). . ' . In Belleville General Hospi- tal, on Saturday, Nov. 1, 1969, Harry Walker, dear son of -., Mrs.. Eva Dobie ,of Ottawa and the late Robert Walker, 'beloved husband of Marjorie Webb. Dearxfather of Iner ' , Walker, Howard, Raymond, and Elsie Lebreque of Otta- .lwaI Resting Thompson Fu- neral Chapel,- - 38 Everett . Street, Belleville, Ont. Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 2 . . p.m. Interment Belleville - -cemetery. .- . v - VEITCH-DRAPER LIMITED ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS fARIttAtE -tttAPEr-728 673 BANK ST. CHAPEL - 23i-0o68 , Baliano, Gladys. Siimorm, coorgo. . VICE oVCRAIG LTD. FUNERAL HOMES METCAlfE . WINCHESTER. CHESTERVILLE ' 774-2120 Ont convtnrtnl ftltphont numtK. tvtrvts all three locations. McEVOY . BROTHERS SHIELDS . LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS News ond Announcement! Presented Nightly at 6 p m. on CK0Y. 235 Kent Street - 232-533 Hulse & Playfair ' ' limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS . Barrv. Narman. Bauvlll. Mary. Cackburn, Mary. Martin,. Or. kawrencf . Worray, Caro E. Simon, Molyin. Central Chapel 315 McLEOD ST. 233-1 143 West Chapel . . 1098 BYRON AVE. 728 1761 I BENRUS WRISTWATCH, WHITI gain uronitl with liiuIii. BLACK LABRADOR, MALE. ABOUT months old. vicinity Monor Pottr -Easlvlew. 7A-HI. BLUE PLASTIC CASE, CONTAININO glmm and bJrrn ctrtlflcoto, WGII-mow itrott, Friday. Oct. 17. 213-71?. BROWN SLLET -L.i?VtCttllTyr"' Dominion yiwr wwiniro twldowr-;, . 725-UU txt. 391. U4-SM4 . olttr 6. CAMEO BROOCH, McLEOD STREET . MMkal Building or Scarkl Strnt - AAall. Stntlmtntol valuf. Rtword. 722 1713, CAT, MALE. SILVER GREY, 2 WHITE tpott. Dowi CSKi, bluo collor and ownor tog. 235-4127. oncWJanrman, vfytntt, no colbr. North Gowtr, Ont. area. Gsrwrous reward. Anyont with Information pieaM call coHtcl, Mrt. -J. Lambtri, l-iM 3222. ENGLISH POINTER. INJURED ON - Oct. 29 botwetn Kilbom and Horon Road. Reward offtrrd. 731 72M. INS1MATIC CAMERA, FILM IRRE-placeablo, ItNptakt, Reward. Box C-886, Journal. LOST, ALL WHITE FEMALE CAT, near Clarendon. Phone 729-0347. LUCERNE, GERMAN SHEPHJcRD, - black and silver, mole. Reword. Coll J34-I2S2. REWARD 110, GENTLEMAN'S WRIST--watch, Merlvale Centennial Arena.-. 729-1390, 232-7152. SOUTH MARCH AREA, SMALL TAN. ond white terrier, short hair, curled toil, wrinkled forehead. Answers .to name "Tippy". RewartT 790-6316. " TWO BLACK LABRADOR DOGS, lost vicinity of Corp. Pleose coll 39-2124. WALLET, .BLACK, LOST GATINEAu! Reward, 733-M70, days; 31S-4W4, evenings. WOULD LADV WHO CALLEO 232-J7Je oh Oct. 2), obout gold brocelet please -coll again. J ' WRISTWATCH, LADY'S. GOLD. vicinity . Sparks. Street- Murphy's, - Thursday. Reward. 720-0494. ' ..:...

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