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-A.0 :24 : . THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 'v Deaths By The Cstoadiaa Press "Ottawa Dorothy White, 73, founding member of the Do minion Drama Festival in 1932; after a long illness. Kingston, Ont. Ursilla Nai smith Macdonnell, 85, former dtean of women at the University of Manitoba and mother of the Canadian ambassador to In donesia. Guelpb, Ont. John Thomas i Steele, 73, partner in . Steele Brothers Guelph) Limited and a member of the Canadian Bis- ley shooting team 13 times. Montevideo Louis Giannat-tasio, 79. president of the Um- . guayan National Council; of heart attack. . ,, , Toronto Mrs. Edyth La,oi port, wife of former Toronto mayor and controller, Allan A. Lamport,- following a heart at tack. :'. Today and Tomorrow TODAY Mobile- Red Cross Blood Donnr Tlinir, CMteaiierinyen "Ti6nTrann:.3fm30-ii.m: "Visions, of an Unseemly 'Youth," Carleton University Alumni Theatre, 5 p.m. "Highland Fling." Laurentian High School, 8 p.m. "Trip to- Labrador," lecture, National Museum, 8.10 p.m. Royal Welsh Male Choir, Capitol Theatre, &30 p.m. VLa Ronde," Ottawa Little Theatre, 8.30 pin. TOMORROW Mobile Blood Donor Clinic.: Organization Hall, 90 Parent Street, 10 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. - "Through the Labrador In terior," lecture, Nation a 1 Museum, 8.15 p.m. Gloucester Council, Town, ship Hall, Leitrim,- 7.30 p.m. "International Toast," , Ri deau High School, 8 p.m. " Ottawa Film Council, NFB, films, NRC Auditorium, Sussex Drive, 8 JO p.m.- South Ottawa Kiwanis travelogue films. Glebe Col legiate Auditorium,' 8.30 p.m. I'lx Ronde," Ottawa Little Theatre, 8,30 p.m. Journal Bn kepnei 791 891 957 008 027 056 087 "109 130 16S 793 794 860 899 90S 927 958 970 997 OK 021 022 029 034 048 059 062 063 089 091 098 114 118 120 132 137 139 145 148 149 156 158 160 11U172 173 864 865 890 938 943 946 023 034 025 049 050 051 074 077 085 099 106 108 126 127 128 140 141 142 150 153 154 162 163 164 174 178 184 District Want Ad A tents ARNPRIOR Clancy's IDA Dntc Stor. John St. Phone 621-513. CARLETON FLACK WIlMnl rrur store. Bridre St Phone 6. PERTH Mr. Wm. Reynett, 4J Foster St. Phone 247-2346. PEMBROKE Mr. St. Lock. 177 Patricia St. Phone 113-43S1. RENFREW Mr I. W. Nat, IS Renfrew St But. Phone HE2- 177. SMITHS PALLS McShane and Shanks PbArmae7, BeekwJtli and Mala SU. Journd SubscrlDtVon Rifts Journal bona delivery aarvlea. which I guaranteed, la available anywhere In Ottawa. Hall and aar-roandlnt district aj weU aa la towna and village In the Ottawa Valley. Call tlS-lSIt tar hoses delivery service. CARRIER HKLIVERV 4Se a week. I do Saturday only, payable aa the hoy every two weeka. INQLB COPY RATES 7 tally and 16e Saturday. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS Canada (except In areaa where home delivery la available). Commonwealth countrlea and Armed Forces Over-eeaa; dally rate, one year, all months S'.SS, three months 14 11. on month SI. St. Saturday only hy eaall I'M a year at lac copy. ' Mall ratea la Ottawa, an 1 1 aad cltlea and towna wher there as earner hoy aervlce 45e week or 821.6 a year. United statee. Australia and for eign countries, dally fate. ' onot -year SI. IU monins i e. one month Sl.o. Saturday All man aahaerlpllona are payable tn advaac to The JMrnaL FURTHER INFORMATION may k obumrx, by calling Tb aoarnaj at 234-1 Ml. LINK PHONE CABLES Wellington, New Zealand (Reuters) United States approval has been given for link ing the South East Asia Com monwealth Telephone : Cable System (Seacom) to the Commonwealth' Pacific" (Xpmpac) cable on Guam Island, thereby extending the range ef the Compac cable into southeast Asia, it wai arftoovced. today. PROMINENT POET DIES RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) Augusto Frederlco Schmidt, 58. one .of Braiil's most prominent poets, died here Monday, of a heart attack. A' millionaire businessman, he had represented Brazil at th; United Nations at various periods aftd also at the Organization of- A ni e I c t n States ' , OJcnxDriBEmiL! iJffSSf,.' : "Oftowa's Most m Bsns BELWAY- Ray and Barbara (nee Mullin) are happy to announce the arrival of a daughter at the General Hoe-pital'on Peb. 8, 1965. Both BRISSON Roger and Anna (nee Zuccla) are happy to announce the birth of a son. Friday, Feb. 5, J965, at Ot tawa Civic. Hospital, Mother and. baby excellent Many thanks to Dr. Irving Soloway. FITZGERALD Lloyd and Marion (nee Tennian) wish to announce the birth of a son, 8 lbs. 3:ozs., Monday, Feb. 8. 1965. Both well. A brother for Kelly, Peggy and Shane. GREEN Dr. an Mrs. i.E. Green (nee Betty Mohr) are .. happy to announce the birth of a son at Ottawa Civic Hospital on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1965, a brother for Carol, Gayle and Nancy. GUTSELL -Bernard and Bar bara announce the birth of a daughter on Feb. 6, 1965, at the Ottawa CwicHospitai HENDERSON Dan and Sybil . (nee Wright) proudly- announce-the birth of their daughter on Feb. 7 at the - Grace Hospital. Both well. HODGINS To Jeannine and . Ralph on Saturday, Feb. 6, 1965, at Ottawa Civic Hospital, a son. . LUKE To Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Luke (pee Catherine . Prime) on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 1965, at London, Ontario, a son.. Both well. McKENNON Bud and Shirley (nee Schultz), -formerly of Ottawa1, : .now residing in Maryland, U.S.A, are very pleased to announce the. arrival of their chosen son, John Berkley McKennon. . McKAY John and Theresa (nee Monaghan) are happy to announce the birth of a ton at Ottawa Civic Hospital on Monday, Feb. 8, 1965. A brother for Jeffrey and Brian. MESSINGER Bud and Mar- cells are happy to announce the arrival of a brother (finally) for Ann, Karen and Beverly. Thursday, Feb. 4, 1965, at the Ottawa General Hospital. VAUGHN To Bill and BeUy (nee Wilson) on Saturday, Feb. 6, 1965, daughter, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. BothjwelL The Journal has made s --. available a booklet of appropriate lnMemoriarru . .... '" Notices. Phone or Write Miss Allen 237 Queen St. or come in for '. , . .' t ' . ..; your copy. Progressive Want' NOTE It haa eom to the attenUoa of Th Journal that an American concern la offering hereaved person! memorial carda containing death notice that' have been carried la the Journal. There la no connection whatsoever between Che Journal and tale U.S. Arm; and The Journal can take no responsibility for Its activities. 104 DEATHS ARKEIL. Herbert Samuel At his residence, 961 Pinecrest Road, on Sunday. Feb. 7, 1965, Herbert Si Arkell, husband of the late Kate Ida MacLaurin, father of Regi nald H. of Carp, Ont; John Margaret and Beatrice of Ot tawa, in his 85th year. Rest ing Hulse and -Playrair Ltd. 'West Chapel, 1098 Byron Avenue, between Woodroffe and Compton. Service Wednesday .11 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. ARMOUR, Alexander M. At 'Wiseman's Private Hospital, Perth,-.- Ont, on . JJonday, Feb. 8, 1965, Alexander M. Armour, husband of the late Louise Miller and dear father of Mrs. Ray Cameron (Margaret), Mrs. Simon Mc--Veety (Jean)TrMrsrTGeorge Jacksort (Isobel) of Perth; Kenneth of Ottawa; Mason of Newfoundland, Harold of BC, in his 83rd year. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, 9 West Gore Street, Perth. Funeral service in. the chapel on Thursday, Feb. 1 1, at 2 p.m. Interment Elmwood cemetery. BARKLEY. William George At his residence Buckingham, Saturday, FelfcJ 965. Wil- l - sr ATTACHE APPOINTMENTS Commander John W. McDowall. left, 45, of tawa,- and Commander W. V. Maccoll, jight, 46, pf Ottawa, will take up attache appointments in Canadian embassies this Summer. ' Commander McDowall will be naval attache in Moscow and Commander Maccoll will be. naval, military, and air attache in Tokyo. V tiarrt George BarWeyrirasntvieveoM oanu or neien Kooenson, in his 89th year, father of John of Ottawa, Mrs. Gordon Parker and Mrs. William' Hermison, Buckingham, brother of Towler of Ottawa,' four grandchildren, Ian and James Hermison, Toronto; Gordon Parker of Buckingham, Scott Barkley of Ot tawa; Resting at the Vincent Brunet . Funeral' Home,- 115 MacLaren- Street, Bucking. ham, where service was held Monday, 2 p.m. Interment St. Andrew's cemetery. , BLAKE. Jean In hospital on Monday, Feb. 8, 1965, Jean Thatcher, aged 20 years, beloved wife of Gary Blake of 211 Northwestern Avenue, dear mother to "-David and Lyle," daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thatcher, sister to Evelyn (Mrs. John Thi-beault). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 1345 Wellington Street (Ottawa West). Funeral Wednesday to St Matthias Church for service at 11 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. , BRADBURY, Nancy Isabella Suddenly at her home, 480 MacLaren Street; on Saturday, Feb. 6,. 1965, Nancy Isabella Georganna Cook, widow of Clinton Bradbury and dear mother of Mrs. Carl E. Steele (Dorothy), of Ottawa, and grandmother of Dorothy Dawn Steele, of London, England, sister of Mrs. John L, Richards (Mary), of Ottawa. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Tuesday 3 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. CHESTERTON, Copley W. At Vancouver, B.C., Copley - W. - Chesterton, in his 86th year, second son of the late Mr. .and Mrs. Walter Chesterton of Ottawa and Winnipeg. Brother of Lilian Chesterton, 300 Waverley Street. Ottawa. COOKE, Wilhelmina (Billie) At her home, 46 Uilswater Avenue, Crystal Beach, on Sunday, Feb. 7, 1965, Wil-helmjna (Billie) Petrie, beloved wife of George Cooke, sister of Sam, Petrie of Cornwall, Ont '-Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Wednesday 1 p.m: Interment Pinecrest cemetery. . HUMPHRIES, Lila Maude On . Monday, Feb. 8, 1965. in hos- . pital, Lila Maude Cowan, be loved wife of J. Wilmot Humphries, Carp, Ont; sister of William J. and George H., Carp, Thomas W., Ottawa, ' and Clem, Regfna. Resting at . the Kennedy Funeral Home, Carp. Service at II a.m. ;. Thursday in St James An glican .Church. Interment Christ Church cemetery, v Huntley. In lieu .of. flowers ' memorial gifts may be made to the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society. Ad Section" 'rgjgggji; 104 . : DUIJB - . (Cont. from preceding column) G1DDINGS, Ellen In hospital FebJJ965.. Ellen Hibbett, beloved wife of ' William Giddihgs, 229 Wesley Avenue, in her 89th year. Pear mother ot Mrs. Sydney Wood (Elsie), of Ottawa. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Wednesday- 2 p.m.. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. ' JOUBARNE, . Francois On Monday..Feb. 8, 1965, Francois Joubame. aged 16 years, son of Lucien Joubarne and brother of Pierre and Philippe Funeral Thursday from Gau-thier Funeral Home, 7 Fair-mount Avenue, for Requiem High Mass at St. Francis of Tbsisi Church at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. KAYES, Isabel Suddenly at .her home, 1504 Caverly Street, on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1965, Isabel OHve Bayne. beloved wife of Samuel B. Kayes, aged 38 - years.Mother of Bruce and - Karen, daughter or the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bayne, sister of Mrs. Clifford Nesbitt (Margery), Mrs. Witliam Henry (Mildred). Mrs. A. F. Robinson . (Jean), Mrs. . R. L. Nesbitt (Doris), and Charles Bayne. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Thursday, 3 p.m. : : - LAROCQUE, Miss Dora On Sunday, Feb. 7, 1965, aged 72 years, Dora Larocque, of 480 Fembank Road, Rock-cliffe, sister of Joseph, Vars, Ont, Mrs. Albert Lavergne - (Angeline), Eastview, Mrs. Napoleon Larocque (Emilia), Ottawa, beloved friend of Miss Therese Menard, Ottawa. Funeral Thursday from Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 St Patrick for Requiem High Mass at St Charles Church, at 8.00 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. McCRANK. Mrs. Mry Etta- In Pontiac Hosptial on Monday, Feb. 8, 1965, Mary Etta Hearty, aged 75 years, wife of the late Michael McCrank, mother of Francis of Vinton. Resting at Ringrose Brothers Funeral Home, .Campbell's Bay, Que. Funeral Wednes day, Feb. 10 to St Elizabeth's Church, Vinton, Que., for Requiem High Mass at 10 a.m. Burial parish cemetery. - MacINTOSH, Franklin C. In hospital, Monday, Feb. 8,-1965, Franklin C. Macintosh, beloved husband of Marion E. Barr, 49, Huron Avenue, in his 53rd year, father of Barry, brother of Mrs. Mary Grosset 'of Toronto; Mrs. . William Banks' of Windsor, Ont, Harold of Amhersburg, Ont, Drennan and Ewen of ' Detroit, Mich. Resting Hulse and Playtair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Thursday,, 2 p.m. Interment Pine-Kcrest cemetery. : MARSHALL, Chief Petty Officer (RCN retired) Robert In hospital, Monday, Feb. 8, 1965 Chief Petty Officer (RCN retired) Robert Marshall, late of External-Affairs, of 131 Cooper .Street, beloved hus band of Patricia M. Williams, dear father of Mrs. R. Kaye (Roberta), and Robert Marsh all, Jr., both of Victoria, BC; son of Mrs. Hannah Marshall, . of Regina,. and brother -of Thomas Marshall of Regina. Funeral service at McCall Fif- "neral Chapel, 1400 Vancouver Street,Vic1orla. BC, on Fri day afternoon, Feb. 12, 1965. Interment Victoria,' BC. . HI -fwV A, 104- - DEATHS (Cont. from Preceding Column) MENNA, Brenda Ruth Sud-. rdenly- on -Monday, Feb.: 8, .1965, Brertda Ruth Menna, beloved. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Menna of 6 Kippewa Drive, sister of Mar- got And Baroara, in her 8th year. : Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Wednesday, "1.1 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. MIRON, Mrs, Zephyr In hospital on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1965, Rosa Coallier (Navlon), 18 St Dominiquer Hull; aged 74, widow of Zephyr Miron, -mother of Maurice,; . Hull, Mrs. Ferdinand - H a m e 1 (Marguerite), Ottawa, ' and Mrs. Alfred Poulin (Yvette), Hull. , Resting at Gauthier and Company, 101 Notre Dame Street, Hull. Funeral on Thursday at 7.40 a.m. Requiem High Mass Notre Dame de Grace Church at 7.45. Interment Hull cemetery. '." ; .t , MURPHY, Emma L In hospital Monday, Feb. 8, 1965, Emma Louise Graham, widow of John A. Murphy, 575 Lisgar Street, in her 83rd year, mother of Mrs. L. A. Routliffe, Graham and Lyall H, of . Ottawa, and Wing Commander Keith Murphy of Armstrong, Ont, and the JateV-JVilliam A. Murphy. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street Service Wednesday 3 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. N1TSCHK1E, Clarence In hos pital. Monday, Feb. 8, 1965, Clarence Nitschkie of Polti-more, son of the late Ferdinand Nitschkie and Louise Thorn, m his 36th year. Funeral Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 2.1S p.m. from his residence, Poltimore, for service at Christ Anglican Church at ,2.30. Interment" parish cemetery. PERKINS, Elizabeth In hos pital, Sunday, Feb. 7, 1965, Elizabeth, beloved wife of George Perkins, 13 Silver-wood Road, dear mother of Geoffrey and Gerald, also survived by one grandchild. Resting at Radmore Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Wellington. Service in chapel Wednesday 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. ' PIGOTT. Bessie Colley In hospital, Tuesday, Feb! 9, 1965, Bessie Colley Pigott ' formerly a teacher In ' the Ottawa Public Schools, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pigott, formerly of Fitzroy Harbour, sister 'of Miss Susan Pigott, Ottawa, and Harry Pigott of Meaford, Ont Resting at the Radmore . Stewart Funeral Home, 1319. Wellington Street. Funeral service. St' Matthias Angll .can Church (Parkdsle "Avenue at Qoeensway), . Thursday, 1 p.m. Interment St Georges cemetery, Fitzroy Harbour. "V SAUNDERS, Samuel In Ottawa, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1963, ' Samuel Saunders, in his 90th ' year, formerly . of Smiths Falls, . husband of he late Elizabeth Lewis and 'father of Gladys E. Saundeif. Resting at the Amy Funeral Home, Smiths Falls. Funeral leaving Amy , Funeral Home at 2.30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, for. service at St James .Churth, Franktown,- Ont, 3 p.n. and internment at Franktown icemetery. j 104. JEATHJ (Cont. from laWcedinr Column) T1GHE,- George Everett On Monday, Feb. 8, 1965, t his residence Black Rapids, Everett Tighe, aged 70 years, husband dt the late Gertrude Arsenault and brother of William, .(Emma) Mrs. George Olsen. (Beulahj Mrs. J. W. Stringer, Miss Alice ' Tighe, (Esther) Mrs. R. Ziola, . (Anna) Mrs. Albert Campbell, all of Ottawa. Resting at . Fred N. -Garrett Funeral Home. 584 Somerset West. Service in Merivale Anglican Church on Wednesday at 11 , a.m. ; Rev. Bruce Black officiating. Interment Merivale cemetery. . " . . '.-'.'. .' VAN ALLEN. Mabel In hojr . pital on Monday. Feb. . 8, 1965, Mabel R. Leizert, Kethptville, Ont, beloved wife of Garnet W. Van Allen, dear mother of . Dwain, Harry, Glen, Garland, Stanley, (Jean) Mrs. Russell Som-. erville, Gilbert, all of Kempt-ville, and Douglas of Barrie. aged 64 -years.; - Resting at the Rolston Funeral Home and Chapel, Kemptville. Funeral service in St. John's United Church, Wednesday at 2.30 p.m- Interment Union cemetery. '. i HULSE & PLAYFAIR v Limited ' TUNERAL DIBECTORS . . Central Chapel 315 McLEOD ST. 233-1143 . West Chapel 1098 BYKON AVE. 728-1761 LATEST INFORMATION CFRA DAILY 6.30 PM. Arkell. Htbert Samuel. " ' Cooke. Wilhelmiha (Billie). Glddlnsa. Ellen. Kaye. Isabel. Mactntoah, Franklin C. Marahatl. Chief Petty Off icr - (RCN retired) Hobert. . Menna, Brenda Ruth. Murphy, Emma ,1. VEITCH-DRAPER " . - LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKDAtBCHAPEtJia8-4673 r- BANK- ST;- CHAPEL jaajMSL Box, Edward Delbert. Service in chapel Tuatday 1 p m. Dean. Edith. Service In chapel .. Tucedoj J p.m.. 105 M HEHORIAH A1XAHD In Jovimj memory of a dear latmr ana (ranaiainer, Leopold. Allard.-'Who peeaed awav Feb. 9. ISM. There W' a Unk death cannot ever. . . . . Love and. remembrance laat forever. . . ' Helen, Gordon " and Gerald. . ' . BOYD In lovlns memory of dear wile and motner, Mr, nua-aetl (Florence) Boyd, who peaa-ed away rob. . 1M1. Lik falling leave th years flip by. But loving memorlea never die. Hueband and Family. . BROWN With fond and loving -memorlea of our dear nuioana father and grandfather, Robert Hamilton Brown, who baaaed away reb. S. IMS. 6ometlmea ifa hard to understand Why eom thing have to be. In Hie wiadom God haa planned Beyond our power to aee. Looking back with memories Upon th path' you trod, Wc bleaa th yeara w had with you ' And leave th real with God. Lovingly remembered by HI Family. BUTTON In fond and loving memory tn nt iricnu. .jw- renc O. Button, who p a a a d away Feb. . 1960. Love greateet gift-Remembrance. Cladjand Harold. FORSYTHB In loving memory, of deer father. Jamee rorayine, who paeaed away, Feb. 9. ISM TU1 memory fade and Ilia departa ' You live forever In our heart Ruth, Nelaon and Children. LAUZON In loving memory of a dear wife and mother, Biancne Lauzon, who paaaed away Feb. S. 1S1. God took her horn, rt wai HI will,' But In our hearts ahe llveth itul. Husband and Family. MAILER In loving memory of Mr. 'Arthur Miller, who pasaed away Feb. 9. 1960. Deep in our hearts you are fondly remembered. Sweet, happy memories cling -round your name; True heart that loved you' with deepest affection. Alwaya will lov you in dath the same." Daughter Rita. Arnold and FamUy - .. 106 CARDS Of THANKS QOWW wish to xtend ' our heirtfelt thanks nd pprcl tion for tt many -floral offer-,inf and in of aympathy trom neiKhbort, frivnda ind rtli- tlvs and special thanks to th ' Mverend Canon J. W. n. mm kin L.i.P and the - doctors and nurses at the. Civic Hospital and the staff at Tubman Funeral Horns in the loss of our father. -Oow rami!?, 107, FUNERAl DIRECTORS FRED N. OARREVr, DIGNIFIED funerals, moderate charge.. 6S4 80mre Wt. SJ4-4771. RACINC AND ROBERT,. SCO -BEM - aa.1 el, eo4-vow, Mifnv vrMwn, 800 Olmatead Street. - WHELAN FUNERAL HOME. PER- onl aerviM. mimel, Cooper. 133-leW. ... (Continued on next column) , Journal. ,Wnt -Ad bring quick 4-muUs. . ' 107 FUNERAL DIRECTORS' ; TUESDAY,' FEBRUARY 9, 1965 m J. , . ; . ; "., (Cont, from Preceding' Column! Mcvoy Brothers ?. ' , Limit Ottawa's Largest Funeral Home PARKING FACILITIES ' AIR CONDITIONED . CENTRAL LOCATION ESTABLISHED 1S2S 1- 2.15 KENT STi 232-5337 108 CEMETERY MEMORIALS BROWN ROBERT AND SON. 37 Sparlu at Bsr. 13a-731. Sine J?7. 108J FLORISTS FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. O. Proulz, SS Rideau, 233-7783. S Bank, 23I-1J83. -r-, 109 LOST BLUE FLIGHT BAG' WITH INI-tiala I- A. R. Vicinity North Cower, Ont.. and Parkwood Hills. Reward. 723-3590. BUDGIE BLUE, ST. CLAIRE GAR-dens. Please phone 722-614. Reward. DIAMOND RING, LADY'S. VI-canity Parkwood Hill or Moris-set Ave. Reward. 722-e9?4, evenings. . GLASSES AND CASE. VICINITY of Island Park Drive-Wellington. ' Carleton? Friday evening. 725- 2256. MAN'S LIGHT BROWN WALLET with confidential paper, in vicinity . of Shlllington Carting - Avenue. Reward. 722-6931; after 6 p.m., 722-8782. MAN'S WHITE GOLD WEDDING ring. 629, reward, 234-4387, eve nings . SKI POLES, PARKING. LOT, BocKclliie Pr. Sunday. 749-0432. 2 STRAND CULTURED PEARL necklace, vicinity .Scotia Plac. W 1 1 la r d. Bellwood. Belmont. Bank Streete, or vicinity Perley Hospital. Sentimental value. Reward. 74S-06OS, 232-5680. 109A FOUND BOAT TOUND ON OTTAWA River. Owner contact Quyort 237. DOG, SHORT HAIRED, BLACK wltn Drown and wmte pawa, male, Carllngwood area. Peta-wawa licence. 722-8834. FISCHER PIONEER SKIS. TAKEN by mistake. Camp Fortune, Thtlr, night, Feb. 4. Owner phone. 733-4484. FOUND. HOUND, VICINITY rnmr townamp, owner identify and pay keep, R. Vane. B32- 1141. R1DEAU HIGH SCHOOL, AREA, light (Tey cat, 3-4 month old, black markinfa on less, tail TAN COLORED .LEFT HAND Biove. . waverley near - nana, Sunday night. 233-7R6S. UNIFORM CAP, NAVY BLUE. Size 7. vicinity Merivale Road. 729-1868, after 3. .FOUND ADS rEt IN OUR AIM TO PROVIDE OUR reader with th finest aervlce noeslbl. Th Journal will publish in this column, free of charge for 3 day, all articles .or pets which our reader may find. Simply dial 136-7511. Classified Department. 110 . WHERE TO 60 KENNY'S SLEIGH RIDES, MONT-real Road , and Queenswayj Transportation and accommodations. 745-206. ORCHESTRA FOR WEDDINGS. dancea anq oanqueta. For t n best aound In music thl side of Heaven. Call 726-4557. SKI-DOO'S. NOW RENTING AT Manotick Marin, track and 100 acre to play op. 232-2867. SNOW CRUISER FOR RENT. open 9 .a.m. to II Rideau Cove Marina. Hog Back Road. 733-9065. THE HORSES PARADISE SLEIGH rides and riding. Russell Road. 822-1106. TRIPLE -L-RANCH. SLEIGH drives, prlvata country road, catering. 748-5376. UNATTACHED PEOPLE JOIN the Frlendahip Club. Fre Information. 337-1876. WOODBURNS SLEIGH RIDES. Cyrvtll, transportation provided. For arrangements, 749-1548. 201 APIS,, FLATS TO LET ADULTS, BASTVrEW. TRIPLEX. ' 1 bedroom apartment, heated. parking. Basement, (63, 1st floor 879. 748-0391. ADULTS. GLEBE, SUNNY. 1 BED-rooma. parking. 885. 234-1535. ADULTS, QUEEN . BAY, 1 BED-room. equipped, 863. 233-7401. ADULTS. SANDY HILL, LIVING room, flreplac, bedroom, balcony, 3rd floor, 234-3222. ADULTS. 1 - BEDROOM APART-ment, electrically equipped, aelf contained. 232-2306. ADULTS PREFERRED, LOWER dualex, 3 bedroom, dining room 749-7602. . ALTA VISTA. I-BIDROOM apartment, heated, electrically equipped, 380. 733-6453. 731-5797. APARTMENTS 1. AND X . BED- room, equipped, garace. chll- aren welcome. .T48-6846, ve-nlngs. ALTA VISTA. 4-ROOM APART- ment, sua, panting. 728-3027 APARTMENT, 1 BEDR O O M. newly decorated. 143 Percy St. 24-OfOU. APARTMENT, 3 - BEDROOM. periling, equipped, washing fa-ctlltles. 733-8041.. Why Not Visit CANTERBURY SQUARE APARTMENTS Canterbury Ave. Tel.: 7334077 APARTMENT. - BEDROOM, heated, first floor, 79. 745-4388. APARTMENT, GLEBE, 1 BED- rooms. ngnted. equipped, 886 APARTMENT, 1 BEDROOM, Rochester strait, acond floor, 670. 333-4807. APARTMENT. 83 SUNNYStDE, 4 room, ' beta, balcony, lighted. 334-6468. - APARTMENT. SELF CONTAINED, -heeted. lighted, 01b. also rut. .. 232-S063'. w APARTMENT, HULL, t BED- room, heated, 870, Immediately. 777rS07. - APARTMENTEASTVIEW, 1 BED- room, f. . aquippeo, paratng. T46-6320. 201 .APARTHEHTS TO LET (Cont. from Pwadlng Column. APARTMENT, -l-MDIOOM, heated. lighted,' 38 Roe Street, oil St. Patrick. APARTMENT, 1-BEDROOM, 865, heated, lighted. 373 Levis, Eanview. APARTMENT. S BEDROOMS, equipped. March 1. 77. Gloucester. 234-3569. 239-1636. APARTMENT,. 3 BEDROOMS, lighted. 180, Bear bus. 749-7390. APARTMENT. REDECORATED, covered floors. Apply 157 fit. Andrew Street. A P A R T"M E N T , 1 BEDROOM, equipped. - dun washer, parking. West End. 233-9463. APARTMENT, WESTBORO, 3 BED- rooma, equippea, par King, e su. APARTMENT. CENTRAL. 3 BED--' rooms, sunroom. umituiij , vecy . reaaonable. 333-0168. APARTMENT, 4 ROOMS, HEAT- eo, avaiiaoie nvw, mwm e s Road. 749-8151. -v . APARTMENT,-1-BEDR O O M.7 completely new. 144 Concord. 733-6306. . . ' ' LEV0YAGEUR APARTMENTS 'Croydon and Richmond Road, th West End prestige address. I- and 3-Bedroom Apartments. RENTAL FROM 8103.50 ; ' 82M117 ' APARTMENT. MODERN, 1 (ID-room. Eastview, near ahopplng ' centre. 865. Include electricity, parking. 746-6991. evening. APARTMENT, BACHELOR, clean, lighted, parking, Hllaon, 68. 732-2416. APARTMENT, : 3 BIDROOMS. . parking. 3100. 166 Donald. 748-' 4239. 749-8284. APARTMENT NEAR ELGIN. 1 bedroom. redecorated. 31O0. 233-6605. : ' APARTMENT. 1 BEDROOMS, equipped, living, dining, balcony, central. 728-2663. APARTMENTS FROM 88S. 1 BED room, li'rf kilohan, .modern, -laundry facilitiea, plug-In parking. 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