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104 r LOCAL CALLS . PHONE 237311 - Deaths y The . Taaata EJatrd Antbes Riet der. 57. chairman of the board of the Mutual Life Assurance Co,- of Canada, Waterloo. Ont BltiaaBalBB. I1L Harold A Sinclair. S3, author of The Horse Soldiers and other novels. aaae Elsie Lockhurt Cordon. 71. an aunt of former finance minister Walter Gordon. Maactaa John Ct Keating, 83, former president and fob-hsber of Monctoa Publishing and Tomorrow TODAY Woodroffe Hidh School art show. 130 pjn. Good Companions, board of directors annual meeting. Lauder HaB. 4.30 p-m. . Westboro Khranis - Club, Sampan Restaurant, 6.45 pjn. Hull Association for Retarded fr.gliprt Slat ait it rPYnnvinr- College, 8 p.m. - , Sir Wilfrid taurier High School official opening, 704 Carson Road. 8 pun-Annual Air Cadet Inspection. RCAF Uplands. 8 pjn. French films. National Mu seum. 8.15 pm. TOMORROW Canadian Club, Chateau Lau- rier. 12.45 pjn. tjntafioocatioiaiCentre open house, 1385 Woodroffe Avenue. 2 to 9 tun." Planned Parenthood Associa tion of Ottawa. Eastbrook United Church, 1 273 , Donald Street, 8 pjn. - Engineers' lecture. Northern Electric laboratory. Crystal Bay, 8 pjn.' : . Orpbeus Society annual meeting. Orpheus House, 8.15 p-m. ' . "An Enemy of the People.'' Phoenix rivers. Fisher Park High School. 830 pjn. , . tZmmimp jgiwitfltf fVtnMt Hall 334.-Gladstone Avenue, 8 pjn. - Ottawa Valley Aquarium Society. 365 Nicholas Street. 8 pjn.. Film "Der Rosenkavalier, Linden Theatre (sponsored by Ottawa Citizenship Council) 8 JnnI In bpfcs JT5 SO 3M 407 430 431 449 442 454 456 470 471 486 489 491 508 508 513 514 818 518 521 538 538 539 555 658 557 5&B 565 567 571 580 581 083 585 581 583 53 598 881 603 8S4 811 813 617 818 837 District W mmt Ad A tents CAUL ETOK PLACE WUrt Dras Sam. Brat PEMBROKE WMUM DJLOTCATW0 Arltctal tar SaS ta SttaaL nan Mr. R. lack. 277 Partcta Sttast. pmm isvu Renfrew aha. o. Bekaaw. so aagta Sttaat a. PKaae an-SNa. SMItHS WILLS k.Staaa M pmnmah Swaaak. . aM atata "Ottawa's Most Progressive Want 101 Mb ADAMS Bob and Lynne (nee Salmon) are pleased to announce the arrival of son, Steven Bruce, 6 lbs; 12 oxs, on Monday. May 23. 1966. at Ottawa Civic Hos pital All weU. ALBERT To Raymond and . Alice, a tiny daughter, on Sunday. May 22, 1966. at Ottawa General -Hospital. sister for Richard. Claire, Hdeoe, Andre and Both weD. BASSO Gordon and Diane joyfully announce the birth of a daughter, lbs. 12 ozs. May 22. 1966. at Ottawa Chic Hospital. Both weJL DERENZIS Roger and Diane (nee Ruden), are happy to announce the arrival of baby girl, on May 23, 1966, at the Ottawa Civic HospitaL A sister for Christina Lynn. Both WeD. GATTENS Lenore and Robert wish to annormre the ar rival of -their daughter on May 24. 1966, at; Ottawa Civic. HospitaL Both well. GUTLBAULT Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Guilbault (nee Cecikj LakmdeX are .happy to nounce the birth of then- daughter, on May 24. 1966. at Ottawa General HospitaL Both wen. f HUANG Harriette and Eddy are happy to announce the arrival of their daughter, Julia Anita, on May 22 at the Civic HospitaL Sister for! Jeffrey and Sharon. HUNT Frances (nee Anderson) and Wayne announce the birth of a -daughter, ' Julie Catherine, on May 22, 1966. at Ottawa Civic HospitaL KOTLER Mervin L. and Bsa (nee Heyden) happily . announce the Mrth of then-daughter, an adorable addition to brothers David and Warren. -.on May 23, 1966. at Ottawa Civic HospitaL Mother and baby both wetL LANOUE Gordon and Jean- nine are happy to announce the birth of a son, Friday, May 20, at the Ottawa Civic HospitaL 5 lbs. 5 ozs. A brother for Patricia. Both weU. MOON To Jerry and Joan (nee Kelleher) a girl, Laurie Ann, 8 lbs. 13 ozs, on Tuesday. May 24, 136, at Ottawa General Hospital. PERRALTLT To Denise and . Roger, (nee Provost) the gift of a girt on May 24, 1966, at St Louis-Marie De Montfort HospitaL POLLOCK Sam and Mimi (nee Kinsella). are happy to announce the birth of a son. May 20, 1966, at the Cath erine Booth HospitaL Mont real. A brother for Mary. Both weTL RATZ John and Ann (nee Abraham) are pleased to an nounce the arrival of Michael's baby brother, Charles Christopher, on May 24. 1966, at the Ottawa Civic HospitaL REINHARDT Cheryl and Waldemar (nee Headley) are proud to announce the arrival of a son, on May 23, 1966, at Ottawa Civic HospitaL Both weU.-,!- - RICHARDS Donna and Keith wish to announce the arrival of their son, BiDy. on Monday. May 23, 1966. Both . weU. STEWART Mr. and Mrs. J. Victor Stewart announce the birth of a daughter, Alex andra Patrica at .Ottawa Civic Hospital, Monday, May 23, 1966. TOUSIGNANT Dr. and Mrs. Michel Tousignant announce the birth of a son 7 lbs. 9 oz at Ottawa General HospitaL on Maa 21, 188. A brother for Claude and Eric .,.. . WEIBUST Hjordis and Tbor stein are pleased to announce the birth of a son, on May 21, 1966, at Ottawa General HospJtaL WILSOM Douglas and Gleo- da (nee Kroaej are happy to . announce the arrival of a son, Bruce, oa Sunday, May 22, 1966, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Both wen. NOTE TkaJ-L , tJ Li ill I aaMaawW IkwjJMaTka Jimil ca hkt aa 104 BALES, Albert Edward (Jack) In hospital after a lengthy . iuness on May 24, 1966. Albert Edward (Jack) Bales of ' 158 Russell Avenue, beloved husband of Wilhelmina Glover' Nixon, stepfather of Wib Nixon, Ottawa, brother of Mrs. Maude Trotter, Mrs. Bess Maddison and Arthur Bafca, aB of Brighton; Eng land. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod. Service Thursday, 3 pjn. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. BEAMENT. Arthur Warwick. CBE, VD. ED, QC At Ottawa after a lengthy tUness, Tuesday, May 24, 1966, in his 69th year.. Husband of Dorothy Vtvenne. Wiseby: father of John, Ottawa, and Patricia (Mrs. R. W. Van Harlingen). Syracuse, NY. Brother of Ethel and Ted, Ottawa, and Geoffrey, of Orillia. Resting at Hulse and Playfair. Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Friday. 3 pjn. Intel went Beech wood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations raay ha made to the Canadian Cancer Society. BOLAND, Annie At KillaVoe on Tuesday, May 24. 1966, Annie friimniarti. ' widow of Thomas Abraham' - Boiand. Dear mother of Elaine (Mrs. Marion), Port Credit; Char-" lie. Kirkland Lake; Ted. Ivah (Mrs. PorterX Doris (Mrs. Poland). aU of Killaloe; Maureen (Mrs. Culhane), Pembroke; Irma (Mrs. KefferL Sioux Lookout; AI-dene (Mrs. Freeumd), Detroit. Funeral from Calvary Baptist Church. Friday at 2 pjn. Interment SL John's Cemetery, Eganvflle. BRENOT. Gaston R la hospital Tuesday. May 24. 1966, Gaston H. Brenot. 860 Canterbury Ave, beloved husband of Myrtle Davison, fuimeily of Post Office Dept; brother of George H of Ot tawa, and Rene; of Niagara I-alls, NY. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central ChapeL 315 McLeod. Service Friday, 2 pjn. . Interment Pmecrest Cemetery.: BROWNE, Kathrya In hospital, Tuesday. May 24. 1966, ' Kathrvn MarceUus, in her 70th year, beloved wife of George Browne, Rnsseu, and dear mother of Sgl Ralph Browne, of RCMP. Victoria. B.C-, and (WilU) .Mrs.. Eugene Myskiu. Lani-gan. Sank; 3 grandchildren. Maurena, Kathryn and Pat ricia Myskiu; sister of Mrs. Ina Carruthers and Richard Marcel las. Williamsburg Edna, of Russeu; Mrs. Ruby Conlin, Westport, Conn, and (Winnifred) Mrs. J. R. Lee. i Devon, ComL; deceased - brothers Willis and Graydon - and sister Mrs. A K. Mac- Donald. Resting at the Warner Funeral Home. Rus- selL Funeral service Russell United Qrarch, Thursday, 2 pjn. Interment? Springhul cemetery. CASEY, Marion In hospital May 24, 1966. Marion Haw thorne, beloved wife- of Lawrence (Larry) Casey mother, of Brian, 104 Tower Road, sister of Mrs, Moan Mclrmes, Montreal Resting st the Whelan Funeral Home, 515 Cooper Street. Funeral Thursday to St ni-. Church for Requiem Mass at 10J0 ajn. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. ... , Jowm. Urns TIN Jin mm FuafMC IMFORaUkTION mtm aa Taa JtmW9m1 MM! jtan'tnTV ttflrlCmt VJMtJl &lBWmftt& h 6jTaojrfevfciaj 9W9ttf9 m odphl nan m imn aa. Met at wtm at hi ana m Waon "!! Wali. xn-wi CAaaiea DCLlvEav-e Mki WC Si 1, T. peM fe M kw simch corr Mres-jt mr mm Imr. suaicairriom emu ttm- CaUft OH mm) fjAojFfJ ItaWhOJ WttMJff mt Anmt Nm On aoav stsl Sut TTtiT un ""1111 -sua. suwam Mr kv ana I7jt a vw w Me a taut. mm mm m onuna, M mm mm ana (mms vdn aiwa k osrrtw feav wrvtM acjmmmmmmytm OMMrvn, saNy naw. ana vmvv Sb, M won i IWJO. mm an m ttm It mm, ml a rmm m sat tM-IML Ad Section" 104 CREPIN. J. C A "Gus" (emptoyee of BeU Telephone :' Company) At Lachine Gen-, eral HospitaL Tuesday. May1 ' 24, 1966, beloved husband of Locflle - Laozon. dear father of Roger and (Colette) Mrs. P. Carriere, brother of - Lucien and Rene. Resting at McEvoy Brothers-Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street after 1 pjn. Thursday. Funeral Saturday to SL Jean Baptiste Church for Requiem High Mass at 9-15 ajn. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. CLOWES, Anne In hospital after a lengthy nines. Tuesday. May 24. 1966. Anne L Clowes. Funeral on Thursday at Hulse and Playfair Ltd, 315 McLeod Street at 1 pjn. Interment East Templet on cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be sent to fmrmMmm Cancer Foundation or the Gatineau United Church organ fund. DAGENAIS, Lucien On Toes- day. May 24. 1966, aged 62 years, Lucien Dagenais, 140 Stanley Avenue, husband of Berthe Miner, father of Maurice. Senneterre, Que. Mrs. Armand Charette (Isa-beueX Ottawa, Mrs. Jacques Guenette (PauhneX Noranda. .Mrs. Rudolphe Richer (Ther-eaeL Sudbury. Brother of. PauL Louis, Victor. Jean- Charles, Roctr-and Miss Docia, all of Montreal, and 10 grandchildren. Funeral Friday from Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 SL Patrick, for Requiem High Mass at SL Vincent de Paul Church at 7 JO Interment Notre Dame ceme tery. FORGIE. LUlie A In hospital Tuesday. May 24, ISC. Lillie Alma Camming, beloved wife of Gilbert B. Forgie, 87 Fair mont Avenue, dear sister of! Mrs. Ida Thomson and Mr. James V. Cuasmmgs, both of Ottawa. - Resting Radmore-Stewart Funeral Home. Ul Wellington at Grange. Service in chapel Thursday, 2 Interment Pmecrest terj. GRAHAM, Beverley Jane In nospitai on Tuesday, May 24. 196B. Beverley Graham, age six years, be loved daughter of Mrs. Doug las E. Graham and the late Douglas E. Graham, of Kilbarry Crescent; sister of Katharine. Douglas and Don ald. Restmt: at Hulse Playfair Ltd, Central ChapeL 315 McLeod Street. Service Thursday. 2 pjn. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. The Journal has made available a booklet of appropriate In Memoriam -Miss-Allen 236-751T or' come -in-fdr- your copy.; -237-Queen4t, ; Notices Phone or Write x vomm Mnua PHONS UNIT Rn MltUOUlM 104 JOWETT. Margaret Elizabeth In hospital. Wednesday. May 25. 1966. Margaret Elizabeth Hemrningway, at .95 Huron Avenue. - aged - 83 years, widow of Herbert H. Jowett. dear mother of Mrs. Bernard Stotesbury (MargaretL 1 Arnold Jowett. Resting Rad-more Stewart Funeral Home. 1319 Wellington at Grange. Service m chapel Friday II LUBINSKY. PrecUla la hos-pitaL Tuesday. May 14. ISM. Preolla Vide, widow of Walt er Lubinsky. Bf Arlington. . Hear mother of Peter. OUa and dear sister of Stella Coste. and Mary Vido of Ot tawa. and Michael Kenneth Vido, Seattle. Washing! . McEvoy Brothers-Funeral Home. 235 Kent Street, after 2 pjn. Wed nesday. Funeral Friday to SL Jean Baptiste Ukrainiaa Catholic Church for Requiem High Mass at 9.30 aja. In terment Notre Dame ceme tery. MacDONALD. James Dunnet In hospital. Tuesday, May 24. 1966, James MacDonald. aged 50, 66 Lakeview Drive, Lakeview Terrace. Lnecrne. Quebec, beloved husband of Irene St. James and - father of Tom and Ted. brother of Alex. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home. 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt. Service in the chapel Thursday., at 3 Interment BeUevue tery. McCALLUM. Milton In Ren frew hospital Monday, May 23, 1966, Miltoa MrCallum. beloved husband of Una Bobun. in his 69th year. Rest ing at Cochrane Anderson Funeral Home, Reufiew for ana inunun, mtmj jm u 2 pjn. interment uosnen cemetery. MAHONEY, James In hos pital. Tuesday. May 24. 1966, James otahoney,--age yean, Z750A Marie Street, beloved . hnshand of Lena Gagnen dear father of Madge, Moran. Muriel (Mrs. Ernest Gates), Bernadette (Mrs. M. J. McCadden). Rita (Mrs. E. A Mead). Mrs. Geraldine Serrin. Also mar- vrring are 29 grandchildren and nine great-grandefaikh-en. Resting at the Kehy Funeral Home, 2313 Carting Aver (west of Woodroffe). Funeral Friday to St Mary's Church for requiem high mass at 9 em. Interment Notre Dame Cesmtery. - O'BRIEN. Patrick E.-Oa day. May 24. 1368, fa broke, Patrick Edward O'Brien, beloved husband of! Bridgit O'Sullivan. fcther of Mrs. J. Holry (Peggy), Bar-anby. BC. Mary. Ottawa, and Raymond. Montreal of Thomas. Pembroke, grand-lamer of Gary Holly and Ray 0Briea.' Resting at Hattin Funeral Home. . Pembroke. Funeral arrangements later. RUBIN, David Aboard ship on Tuesday, May 17, 1966, David Rubin, returning from Israel, husband of the late Esther Vineberg, bekn father of Mrs. Morris Pahner (EtbdynL Ottawa. Funeral arrangements later. SANDHU, Sorjit Kaur As the result of an accident May 21, 1966, Surfit Kaur Stdhtt, beloved wife of Mohinder Singh Sandhn, 49 Glen Avenue, in her 33rd year. Resting Hulse and Haylair central uatpet, 315 McLeod. Service on Saturday." May 284 at 2 pja. Cressatloa Beechwood. Friends may call after 2 pjn. Friday. ' SMITH, Rose In bospii Tuesday. May 24 1966, Rose Acqs, In her 63rd year. I wmww nuim . flBUUL - OMtber of Mr. W. J. Sboul- dioo (Caroline), Rupert; Mrs. F. A Lesserd (FlorenceX Ottawa; John EL, Ottawa, and Howard Edmonton,' and the lata Frank. Sister of Mrs. Frank Should ice. Sur-vtved by 7 gnaxkhOdren and 5 giMt-grandchildren. ' Rest- tat, on tag VeteXlAjrfJ HTmi Park dale. Servico in chapel Thursday, 2 pjn. .Interment Rupert cemetery. STEELE. William S. la hos pital, Sunday. May 22.1966. WOliaas Stanley Steele of 27 Mulvagh' Avenue, beloved husband of Beverly Haxelton, dear father of Donna Dianne Deborah, Darlene and Danny. aH at David of Whitehorae, Yukon Territories: son of the late Mr. and, Mrs. William Earl Steele of Ottawa; brother of Mrs. . Carmen N Morris (Audrey) of Ottawa, and the lata Olive Corrigan. Resting at Hulse and Ptayfan- Central ChapeL 315 McLeod Street. Service Wednesday, 1 Crenttrjoa tery. . Those wishing to send ; a autumnal tribute may do- sate to the Canadian Cancer Society, Carleton Unit, 386 - MacLarea Street. STEWART, Charles H. Sud denly at his home, 1532 Clay more Avenoe, Monday. May 23, 1966, Charles H. Stewart, beloved busband'' of Winnifred Ferguson, dear father of Peter. John, Helen and Jean. brother of John, Toronto, Mrs. : Catherine OTOonnell, Los Angeles. 1 Resting Rad-r more Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Wellington at Grange. Funeral service SL Mark's Anglican Church, 1118 Nor mandy Crescent, Thursday, 11 ajn. Interment Pmecrest Cemetery. WARRINGTON. Harry In hospital, Tuesday. May 24. 1966, : Harry ? Warrington. 1972 Rideau River Drive, beloved husband of Lillian McEtroy, in his 85th year. father of Mrs. W. J. Irvine (Marguerite), Robert James Warrington, - Adams Centre. NY. Survived also by t sisters m England , Resting veitcn-Draper Ltn, Bank Street at Carting. Service in chapel Wednesday, 3 pjn. tntwiuem Pinecrest een tery. HULSE & PLAYFAIR MINERAL DIRECTORS -: Cotfral Chapel 315 MdfOO JT. 233-1143 West End Chapef 1098 BYRON AVE. ' 728-1761 ' LATEST INTORMATI0N OTADAJtYoJOPJ. - eaan. ABvt EaaorS Uack). Sari Kaw. VEITCW)RAPER UMITE0 FUNLRAL DIRECTORS PAKKOALC cMAPta. lavasi ST. 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