The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on October 26, 1959 · 32
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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 32

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For Complete Classified Ad Service Call CE 6-4545 Closing Time For Citizen Classified Ads For Insertion on nut publishing day Monday through Thursday 9 p.m. Friday: 10 p.m Saturday: 1 p.m. Sunday: Open 6 to 9 p.m. Ottawa's Leading Classified Section Bom i BILLARD Mr. and Mrs. Vvon Bil- ! lard (net Lucienne Denis) arc J happy to announce me nirin 01 daughter at the Ottawa General Hospital on Sunday, October 25, IBM). A lter for Michel. Both well. 01 CHARRO.V Mr. and Mm. Bill Char-ron (nee Patricia Charlebols) are happy to announce the birth of twin girls on Friday. October 23, 1M9, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. All well. 00 CLEARY To Mr. ai:d Mrs. Ross W. Cleary (nee Sally Lyons i, a daughter, Allison Janet on October 25. 1959, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Both well. H GLADISH To Ailsa and Herb on Sunday, October 25, 1959, at tue Grace Hospital, a son, Kenneth Hall. A brother for Paul. Bill and Hugh. '. HOPE Donald and Marion (nee McVevI are happv to announce the birth of a daughter, at Ottawa Grace Hospital on Sunday, October 25, 1959. Both well. OO'.i HUTCHISON Gene and Steve wish to announce the arrival of their baby atster October 24, 1959, for their mum and dad. 00 MACDONALD Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Macdonald (nee Ann McGoffi are happy to announce the birth of their son, Michael Blair, on October 24, 1959, at the Grace Hospital. Ottawa. Both weU. 00 JiacINTOSH Malcolm (Mac) and June announce with pride the arrival of a son, Scott Ian, weight 9 pounds, 4 ounces, at the Grace Hospital, Sunday. October 25, 1959. brother for Janice. 01 MANSFIELD Frank and Ann Mansfield wish to announce the birth of a daughter on October 25, 1959, at the Grace Hospital. Both well. 00 MCALLISTER To Frank and Gloria (nee du Plessis) at Sherbrooke Hospital, Sherbrooke, Quebec, on Saturday, October 24, 1959. a dsughter, 8 pounds, 7 ounces, a aister for Carolyn. 00 McELARV Bev and Laurie McElary thank God 4or the gift of a daughter, Robin Daal, a sister for Kim and Dee, born October 24. 1959, Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario. 00 QUINN To Gordon and Terry, (nee Sarazln) at the Catherine Booth Hospital, Montreal, a girl, on October 13, 1959. Both well. 00 ROMHILD Richard and Barbara are happy to announce the arrival of a brother for Janet Lee at Ottawa Civic Hospital on Saturday. October 24, 1959. Both well. 00 SYLVESTRE To Mr. and Mrs. Guy Svlvestre at Ottawa General Hospital on Saturday, October 24, 1958, son. 00V HICK Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilson of 649 Gllmour Street, grandparents, wish to announce the birth of a son to Reverend and Mrs. L. E. Tuck of 1109 Seventh Avenue, Saf-ford, Arizona, Sunday, October 25, 1959, a brother for Ruth. 00 TURTON Doug and Marilyn (nee Nigral are happy to announce the birth of a son on Sunday, October 25. 1959 at the Grace Hospital. Mother and ion well. 00 VIDONI Louise and Renzo are happy to announce the birth of a daughter, Sandra Dorothy, on Sunday, October 25, 1959. at the Grace Hospital. A sister for Marco. OOVa VtHITTEMORE To Lynn and Gail a aon. Michael Kerry, a brother for Donnie and Kim at Ottawa Grace Hospital on Sunday, October 25, 1959. Both well. 01 Enrjaged STEVENS STAFFORD Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edward Stevens wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Louise, to Morris J. Stafford, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Stafford of Campbell's Bay, Quebec. The marriage will take place quietly on Saturday, November 14, In Christ Church Cathedral at 2 p.m. T 00 WHITE FITZPATRICK The engagement is announced of Edith, daughter of Mrs. Robert White and the late Mr. White to Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Fitzpatrick. Marriage to take place November 20. 00 Married EDWARDS CARRIGAN On Saturday, October 24, 1959, In Our Lady of Ennuciation Church by Tl ........ .1 Dt,irlr IdlJCD rinlI0h. ter of Mr and Mr. Frank Car- rigan, to Jack, aon of Mr. ana Mrs. R. Edwards. 00 TODD WALLACE On Saturday, October 24, 1959, in Scobie Memorial Free Methodist Church by Reverend S. W. Woodland, Margaret Eunice, daughter of Mrs. James Wallace and the late Mr. Wallace to Samuel James, aon of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Todd. 00 Died APPELBEE Beatrice In hospital on Frldav, October 23, 1959, after a long illness, Beatrice Moynahan of 203 Bell Street, a?e 52 yexrs. "i-'dow of Frank Appelbee. Resting at the Kellv Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street W. (center town). FnnerM Mondav to St. nthonv's Oiurch for Requiem High Mass at 7.45. Interment Ottawa. 00 ARMSTRONG, Lucinda In hospital on Sundav, October 25. 1959, l ucinda Malcomson, widow of John Howard Armstrong, a"e 85 years, and dear Mother of Mrs. Clifford Wilson (Grace), of North Gower, Ontario: M-s. Bruce Kent (Beatrice), 125 Harvey Street, Ottawa. Resting at Hulse and Plavfair Limited. 315 Mcl.eod Street. Service in the chapel on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Interment Rideau Vale Cemetery, Kars, Ontario. 01 ARNOLD. Harry Gordon In hosrV tal Monday,' October 26, 1959, Harry Arnold, age 73 years, of Connaught Gardens, husband of the late Caroline Orange. Resting at the Radmore Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Wellington Street. Service In Chapel Wednesday 2.30 p.m. Interment Plnecrest Cemetery. Olli BOISVENU, Alphonse At his home in Notre Dame de la Salette on Friday, October 23, 1959. Alphonse Boisvenu. beloved husband of Anne Marie Rondu, in his 92nd year. Funeral Tuesday, October 26, from H. C. Cadleux Funeral Home, 322 Main Street, Buck! gham, to - Notre Dame de la Saletta Church for Requiem High Mass at 10 o'clock. Burial in parish cemetery. 00 BOUDREAULT. Edmond In hospl- - lai munaar. wiuoer 40, ivov, ca-xj...,.4.-..,.i, ci A ifl St. Joseph Boulevard. Hull, husband of Blanca Legault. Resting at Emond's Funeral Home, St. Joseph Boulevard, Hull. Funeral Thursday, October 29 at 7.25 for Requiem High Mass at St. Jean Bosco Church at 7.30. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Hull. 02 ' COVER. Adrlennf (Ada) In hospital on Sunday, October 25. 1959, " Adrtenne (Ada) Law, beloved wife of Robert Cover, 283 Irene Crescent, age 52 years. Resting at Hulse and Playfalr Limited, 315 McLeod Street. Service In the chapel on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Ihter- ment Plnecrest Cemetery. 00 ' DEMERAH, Margaret Ann In hos- fltal on Saturday, October 24, 959 after a long illness, Margaret Ann Kearns, wife of Emmanuel Demerah of 355 Nepean Street and dear Mother of Reverend Father Emmanuel Demerah, CSSR, James William, Doherty and Mary (Mrs. Alfred Kennedv). Resting at the Kellv Funeral - Home, 585 Somerset (Center Town). Funeral Tuesday to St. Patrick's Church for Solemn Re- - qulem High Mass at ( a.m. Interment Ni.t; Dame. 01 DINNING. Mayme Elsie In hospital on Sunday, October 25, 1959, Mayme Prltcpsrd, beloved wife of Jack W. Dinning, 77 Helena Street In her 63rd year. Resting at Veitcn-Draper Limited. 453 Park-dale Avenue. Service In the Chapel Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Plnecrest Cemetery. 01 (Continued on Next Column) 32 The Ottawa Citizen, Died -r rAnVID t..b Utinma At th Toronto General Hospital on Saturday, October 24, 1959, Jack Munroe Factor, of '.ford Mills, Ontario, beloved husband of Catherine Williams Gilbert, age 29 years. Father of Helen, Ruth, Judith, Edward and Suzanne. Son of Alexander Factor, brother of Walter and Richard of Ottawa, and Mrs. Lillian Mllo, of Calgary, Alberta. Resting at Hulse and Plavfair Limited, 315 McLeod Street. Service In the chapel Wednesday, 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, piease send donations to Heart Foundation of Canada, 61 College Street, Toronto. 01 GORDON, Stanley N In hospital on Sunday, October 25, 1959, Stanley N. Gordon, age 43 years, beloved husband of Grace Dunseth, of Brants Rapids, Ontario. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Limited, 315 McLeod Street. Service in the chapel on Wednesday at 3 p.m. Interment Bellvlew Cemetery, Aylmer Road. 01 CRATTON, Albert In a local hospital on Sunday, October 25, 1959, Albert Gratton. husband of the late Alice Dourin, age 66, 73 St. Jacques Street, Hull. Resting Gauthler and Company, 101 Notre Dame Street, Hull. Funeral Wed- Mass at St. Bernadette Church at 7 45. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Hull. OlVa HEISLER, Andrew Benjamin On Sundav, October 25, 1959, at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Andrew Ben- iamln Heisler, husband of Etta labe. Service and interment Lunenburg. OO'j HITSMAN, Aaron At his home Rural Route 2, Russell on Sunday. October 25, 1959, Aaron Hits-man, husband of the late Dusilla Sullivan in his 85th year. Resting at the Warner Funeral Home. Russell, where service will be held Tuesday 2 p.m. Interment North Russell Cemetery. 00 JEFFS, Margaret Elizabeth In hos- Sital on Sundav, October 25, 1959, iargaret Elizabeth Brandon, widow of Compton Jeffs, in her 79th year, dear Mother of Mrs. John M. Robinson (Vivienne), 451 River-dale Avenue. Funeral service at the Pethlck Funeral Home, Barry, Ontario, on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment Union Cemetery, Barry. 00 LIVINGSTONE, Gordon W In Toronto, Friday, October 23, 1959, Gordon W. Livingstone, formerly of Ottawa, ged 85 years, husband of the late Violet Bennett and father of (Jessie), Mrs. Graham A. Bell. Funeral Monday, October 26 at Nanticooke. 00 LORA, ' Frank David Suddenly at Arnprior, Ontario, Friday, October 23, 1959, Frank David Lora of 84 Willow Street, Ottawa, beloved husband of Anna Mae Lisk In his 62nd year. Resting Hulse and Playfalr Limited, 315 McLeod. Service In chapel Monday at 3 p.m Interment Capital Memorial Gardens OOVi MONETTE, John In hospital, Friday, October 23, 1959. John Mon-ette, aged 92 years, of 120 Lome, Avenue. Husband of the late Mary Delaney and dear father of Mary Thomas, Joseph, Leo and Wlnni-fred. Resting McEvoy Bros., 135 Kent Street. Funeral Monday to Our Lady Perpetual Help Church for solemn requiem high mass at 8 o'clock. Burial Notre Dame cemetery. (Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday). 00 MORRIS, Ken Suddenly at his home, Metcalfe. Ontario, Monday, October 26. 1959, Kenneth Demp-sev Morris, beloved husband of Rita Miller, age 60 years. Resting at his late residence. Funeral Wednesday for service at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Metcalfe at 2.30 p.m. Interment Sprlnghill Cemetery. 01 NEWELL, Nellie In nursing home at Weston, Ontario, Saturday, October 24, 1959, Nellie Elsdon. widow of Larry Newell, formerly of Hanson Court Apartments, Aylmer Road, Hull, Quebec. Resting at Ward Funeral Home, Weston, Ontario. Interment Monday at Mitchell, Ontario. 00 PAQUETTE, Paul At his residence, 3 Percy Street, on Sunday, October 25. 1959, Paul Paquette, husband of Eugenie Cameron, age 73. Funeral on Wednesday at 7.30 a.m. from Gauthler's Funeral Home. 259 St. Patrick Street for Requiem High Mass at St. Jean Baptiste Church at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dam Cemetery. 01 PEARSO?:, Herbert At his residence on Thomas Street, Kempt-ville, on Saturday, October 24, 1959, Herbert Francis Pearson, beloved husband of Emma Cochrane and dear father of Mrs. Calvin Findlay (Hattie), and Mrs. Wesley Patterson (Delia), - of Kemptvllle, age 90 years. Resting at his home. Funeral on Tuesday to St. John's United Church for service at 2.30 p.m. Interment Union Cemetery. 00 i PEEVER, Merci Eleanor (Birdie) On Saturday, October 24, 1959, at her home 9th Line Fitzroy Township, Merci Eleanor I Birdie) Curtis, beloved wife of George Peev-er and dear Mother of Meredith of Ottawa, Ian at home, I Marion I Mrs. Fred Wood, Calgary and (Alice) Mrs. Leonard Laughlln of Kinburn, age 73 years. Resting at Boyce Funeral Home, 39 Daniel Street. Arnprior. Service in Chapel Tuesday, October 27 at 2 p.m. Interment Epworth Cemetery. 00 PROULX, Ovtla In hospital on Saturday. October 24, 1959, Ovils Proulx, proprietor of Proulx's Florists, age 75. Funeral Tuesday at 8 a.m. from Gauthler's Funeral Home. 259 St. Patrick for Requiem High Mass at Notre Dame de Lourdes Church, East-view. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. 00 REIMF.R, Cornelius (Nell) At his residence. 121 Rita Street, Thursday, October 22, 1959, Cornelius (Neil) Reimer. beloved husband of Eva Helen Kennedy in his 40th year. Resting Hulse and Plavfair Limited. 315 McLeod. Service In chapel on Monday, 1 p.m. Interment Beechwood Cemeterv. oovi SHANE, Edgar George In hospital at Vancouver on Saturday, October 24, 1959, Edgar George Shane, beloved hubsand of the late Anna M. Harris by first marriage, and Grace H. Patrick, who survives, and dear father of Lena L., of Ottawa and Edgar of Buckingham. 00 STEVENSON, Sarah Elizabeth On Monday, October 26, 1959, at her home, Wakefield, Quebec, Sarah Elizabeth Timmoas. age 83, wife of John Charles Stevenson. Resting at Emond's Funeral Home, Burnside, Wakefield. Funeral service Wednesday, October 28 at St. Andrew's United Church at 2 o'clock. Interment MacLaren's Cemetery. 01 TANNER, Eleanor At her residence, 33 Third Avenue, Monday, October 26. 1959, Eleanor Hinch-llffe, widow of William James Tanner. Resting Hulse and Plavfair Limited. 315 Mcl-eod. Service In Chapel Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers donations mav be made to Ottawa Cancer Society. . 01V4 TULLY, Margaret Ethel In hospital on Saturday, October 25, 1959. Mar- - nmc-i Dinri iuiij, oi rum daughter of the late Mr. end Mrs. C. Tullv, In her 60th year. Resting at Hulse and Plavfair, 315 McLeod Street. Service was held on Monday at 4 pro. Interment Beech-wood Cemeterv. 00 Veitch-Draper LTD. Funeral Directors 453 Parkdale Ave. PA 8-4671 TUESDAY Dinning, Mayme, 1 p.m. Chapel (Continued on Next Column) Monday, October 26, 1959 . 1 Uiva Hulse Cr Playfair Limited Funeral Information 315 McLeod Street CE 3-1143 TUESDAY Cover, Adrlenne, 2 p.m. Chapel WEDNESDAY Tanner, Eleanor, 11 a m. Chapel Armstrong, Lucinda, 1 p.m. Chapel Factor, Jack, 2 p.m. Chapel Gordon, Stanley, 3 p.m. Chapel In Memorial!. CAYEN In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister, Aline B Caven, who' passed away October 26. 1958. Gone but not forgotten. Mother and Ronnie. 00 CAYEN In loving memory of a dear sister, Aline B. Cayen, who passed away October 26, 1958. Sadly missed. Doris, Lou and children. 00 CAYEN In loving memory of a dear sister. Aline B. Cayen, who-passed away October 26, 1958. One year has passed Since that sad day. When one we loved Was called away. God took her home, It was His will. Within our hearts She liveth still. Sister Gertie, Cam, Jun and Debbie. , 00 CAYEN In loving memory of a dear sister, Aline, who died October 26, 1958. In my heart your memory lingers, Always tender, fond and true. There's not a day, dear Aline, 1 do not think of you. Sister Violet and brother-in-law Albert, nephews Brian, Wayne. 00 GRAY In fond and loving memory of our dear son and brother, Gordon H. Gray, who passed away, October 26, 1926. Ever remembered, Mother and sister. 00 FISHER In fond and loving memory of a niece and granddaughter, baby Linda Fisher, who passed away October 26, 1953. Five years have passed since that sad day, The one we loved was called away, God took her home, it was His will, But in our hearts she liveth still. Grandma and Doreen. 99 KAYEN In loving memory of a dear sister. Aline, who passed away October 26, 1958. What would we give if we could say, "Hello, Sis", In the same old way, To hear your voice and see your smile. To sit and chat with you awhile. Beautiful memories are all .we have left, Of one we loved and will never forget, Only those who have lost can tell. Of the heartache of parting with- 'out farewelL Sadlv missed, Sister Hilda and Hubert. 00 MATTHEW In loving memory of my dear nephew. Private Ronald Edison Matthew (Kippen), who was accidentally killed October 26. 1958. Alwavs remembered, Auntie Nine. 00 MATTHEWS In loving memory of our dear son. Private Ronald Edison Matthews, who was accidentally killed In a plane crash October 26, 1958. On this day he passed, he wished no one a last farewell. Not even saying goodbye, leaving us empty. You were all wt had, we miss you so; Only God knows why, why. Some day we will meet you again, Until then your memory and your name will always be part of us. Mummy and daddy. 00 TIERNEY In loving memory of Nicholas Tierney, who passed away October 26, 1957. You left behind an aching heart. That loved you most sincere. We never did nor never will Forget you, Nicholas, dear. Your loving wife, Michael, and Ann. 00 Service Stations Open THE following service stations will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday, October 25, to Saturday, October 31. BA Stations Bradings RA Service 'Station. 881 Richmond Rd., PA 8-2442. H-00 ; John Neidy's I BA Service Station, Bank St. at Clemow, CE 5-0024. n-vu British Petroleum Stations Corriveau Bros. BP Service Station, Gladstone and Sherbrooke, PA 2-1533. H-00 Turner's BRITISH Petroleum Service Station, 131 Carling, OML Road Service (next to Westgate), PA 9-2241. H-00 Fina Service Stations "Charles" Regan's FINA Service Station. 4.15 Gladstone, corner of Kent, CE 3-4984. H-00 Imperial Esso Stations Schroder's ESSO Service Station, junction Carling and Richmond Rd., TA 8-1371. H-00 C. Cardillo's ESSO Service Station, Preston and Carling, CE 3-0404. H-00 Dick Smith's ESSO Service Station, Laurier tat Nicholas, CE 3-0120. H-00 Shell Stations Norm Mulholland's SHELL Service Station, 1545 Bank St. at Evan's Blvd.. RE 3-2887. H-00 Gordon Moorehouse's SHELL Service Station, Bayswater and Wellington, PA 9-1890. H-00 Mel Weiss SHELL Service Station, 1080 Bank St. at Sunnyside, CE 3-7048. H-00 Sunoco Stations W. Brownlee's SUNOCO Service Station, 390 Park-dale Ave., PA 2-5374. H-00 Stu McGarvey's SUNOCO Service Station, Richmond Rd. , at Tweedsmulr, PA 2-1900. H-00 Supertest Stations Henry's . SUPERTEST Service Station, Kent St. at Llsgar, CE 3-0081. H-00 Bill Finnegan's SUPERTEST Service Station, Rideau at Cumberland, CE 3-7081. H-00 Texaco Stations Ouderkirk's TEXACO Service Station, 74 Argyle Ave., CF. 4-0635. H-00 Rouleau's Servicentre TEXACO Service Station, 47 St. Patrick at St. Joseph, CE 3-7444 H-00 Mosley's TEXACO Service Station, 77 Richmond Rd., PA 2-0015. H-00 Fern's TEXACO Service Station, 770 Somerset St., CE 2-8705. H40 (Continued on Next Column) LfK.-Foinrj LOCKET, gold, initials A.T. lost Fri. CE 6-1077. Reward. 02i BEAGLE, brown and black, 'name Ginger, female, lost Arthur St. - CE 5-1116. 03 CAT tortoise-shell Persian called Spookes. Must have medicine regularly. PA 8-8867. 02 COCKER spaniel, black, spayed thoroughbred, boy's pet, lost East-view Thurs. Reward. SH 9-5209. 02 PAY envelope lost, Eastview bus. Slater, urgently needed. PAS-OlfM. SMALL black cocker spaniel pup, lost ivcinitv Wilbrod and King Edward. CK 40468. 02 LOST, miniature poodle, all black, vicinity Powell Ave. Liberal reward.. CE 2-0346, CE 4-9643. 01 LOST glasses in pink purse, vlcin-Itv Capitol Theater. Reward. SH 8-0577. ' 0! MONEY found. Lower Town, Tel. PA 2 1173, 10 to 12 morns. 01 SIAMESE rat missing from 338 Hin-ton, Thurs. evg. Reward. PA s-844 BLACK wallet lost vicinity York and Dalhousie St. Important papers. Please call PR 1-8787. 01 WALLET, brown, lost Friday, vicinity Larocque's store. Sum of money, Important papers, drivers licence. Reward CE 3-9943. 01 LOST grey suit coat Luskville, Que. Oct. 21, please call PR 7-6030. 00V PURSE, brown, lost Thurs., Oct. 22, vicinity Daly, Augusta, Rideau. Important papers and licenses. Finder may keep money. Urgent. SH8-4829. 00 LOST on Avlmer bus, wallet containing baby sitter's Hcenca and Important key. Return to 406 Gloucester. 00 Where To Go VISITING Cornwall, the best fish and chips. Try Appleton's, Pitt St. 3A OLD World atmosphere In uptown Ottawa. Delicious homecooked -dishes tastefully prepared for discriminating diners. Traditionally pleasant, efficient service The Bytown Inn, O'Connor at Albert. 41B SIZZLING steaks. Chicken Bar-B-Q. enjoy our homelike atmosphere Cottaga Inn Restaurant, 337 Dalhousie. IOC INTERPROVINCIAL Hotel, floor show nightly. For reservations call PR7 5234. 12J Transportation FROM Driveway and Somerset, to National Research, Sussex, starting Nov. 2. Wanted by elderly lady. CE 5-6061. 00 YOUNG man driving Vancouver, next week, desires young person for company. PA 8-3877. 01 FREE transportation Toronto and return, for assistance In driving, leaving Oct. 25 or 26 or 27. Tel. CE 5-9370. 00 8A Baby Services BABY sitter, university student. CE 3-9022, after 5. 02 MIND children my home daily, Lower Town. CE 3-4742 . 04 WILL mind child my home, East-view, i days. SH 6-8964. 04 WILL mind children, my home, good care, Wrightville. PR 7-2141. 01 WILL mind Infants my home, $1 daily. CES-6935. 01 WILL mind children. "Mrs. A Gon-eau, 199 John St., Eastview. SH 9-4844. 04 WILL mind babv. mv house, week- ly. SH 9-3365. 04 WILL board children my home, weekly, McLeod, references. CE 5-3861. 01 WILL mind children my home, daily or weekly or evgs. your home. Meadowlands area. PA 8-1446. 00 WILL mind child my home, while mother works, Rockcliffe area. SH 9-8237. 00 WILL mind child 5 day week, Gladstone and Bronson. CE 4-2689. 03 GIRL, 17 to 19, will mind child and light housework, 9 to 4, Mon. to Fri. CE 4-7728. 00 WILL baby sit evgs., your borne. SH 5-1795. 02 WILL mind children, my home, vicinity Laurier Ave. CE 4-2169. 02 MOTHER will mind children, my home. PA 8-2295. 01 WILL room and board children, monthly or weekly. PA 2-4100. 01 EXCELLENT care given to infants and children, Cummings Ave., area. SH 9-7561. 01 DUTCH lady will mind children, my home. Mon, to Frid. Waverley St. Ct 37868. 01 MIND children, my home, Nelson St. CE 5-8039. 00 WILL room and board children daily or weekly, Mon. to Sat. MU 4-8404. 00 WILL board children under 4, my country home. PR 7-7076. 00 ALTA Vista, will mind" child dally, mv home, companion for girl 4. RE 3-2942. 00 BABY scale rentals. 81 monthly Goldle's Pharmacy, free delivery PA 8-5811 26G CLEMENT Studio, babies' photos taken In vour home, no sitting charge CE 8-3152. ' 4C SALE English coats, Minnie's Fairyland of Children's Wear Somerset St at Percy CE 4-9657 22M Florence Day Nursery DUE to remodelling and expansion we hive some vacancies for children 2 to years of age. Fully trained supervisors, large well equipped fenced in playground, hot dinner supplied. Open 7.30 to . For Information call CE 2-4101. H-00 8 Female Help Wanted WOMEN for general housework, mind children, 1 to 7. $65 monthly. CE 2-6398. 02 RELIABLE person to baby sit 2 girls during day. No housework. SH 9-9853, after t.30. 03 5oMESTICto work In home with all modern conveniences, sleep In, private room and TV, references required. J12S monthly, PA 8-0459. Be A Hairdresser PLEASANT, dignified profession, good wages after graduating, thousands successful Marvel students. Write or call Marvel airdressing School, 72 Rideau. Branches Toronto, Hamilton. H-00 Waitress Day Work Good Wages And Tips APPROX. 40 hours per week. Must be experienced Apply In person only. Sparks and O'Connor, Shar-ry's Restaurant. H-05 Business Terminal Temporary Office Help ' Requires TYPISTS, stenographers, and business machine operators. If you are an experienced office worker and free to work at temporary and part time assignments, call Business Terminal, SH 5-1535, for an Interview. H-99 Young Ladies WE have Immediate openings for f young ladles, 18 to 28, In Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. No experience necessary, we train you. Guaranteed salary 3200 monthly, plus bonus. Average earnings 880 weekly. For personal Interview apply Suite 103. 428 Rideau St.. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. only. H-03 (Continued on Next Column) 8 Female Help Wanted YOUNG woman as mother's helu-er, light housework, live in. PA 2-OU02. 03 RELIABLE baby sitter, 9 days weekly, 7.30 to 4.30, Ottawa South. CE 4-0271, after S. 05 STUDENT, light household duties In return for room and board, small remuneration. PA 2-4602. 00 EXCELLENT openings as Branch Store Manager, steady employment, guranteed weekly salary, apply at Head office only, Brook-shlre Cleaners, 877 Boyd Ave. 2 blocks off Carling at Webb's Motel. 04 AMBITIOUS and Intelligent girl over 18 years, as store clerks and checkers, weekly salary, steady employment. Apply Head office only, Brookshlre Cleaners 877 Bovd Ave, 2 blocks off Carling at Webb's Motel 04 BILINGUAL stenographer, experienced, part time. SH 5-3979. 01 DISHWASHER-required, Green Valley Restaurant. PA 8-3726. 04 SALESLADY, millinery and purses, full time, permanent position. Bi- X lingual. Selling experience preferred. Astor Chapeaux, 107 Rideau. 04 EXPERIENCED waitress wanted for Osgoode Lunch, day work only. Apply 112MJ Osgoode. 01 MIDDLE aged woman for day baby sitting and light housework, Mon. tnrough FrL, full room and board In exchange small remuneration. SH 6-0815. 00 WAITRESS, experienced night work. Apply in person to Manager, Macy's Restaurant, 256 Albert. 02 RELIABLE woman to look after 1 4 year old and 2 school age children, in my home. SH 9-1761, after 5 p.m. 02 WOMEN, start now for big Christmas earnings as an Avon representative, rural areas outside Ottawa city limits. Blossom Park, Rothwell Heights and others. Car necessary. Write Mrs. Nancy Ford-ham, 13 Old Orchard Ave., Cornwall, Oni. 01 THE Bank of Nova Scotia requires . an experienced teller, good working conditions and employe benefits. Call Mr. Warner CE 2-5708.01 TELEPHONE work at home, good commission. SH 5-2903. 04 YOUNG couple with .school age daughter requires pleasant unencumbered woman to share housekeeping duties in modern suburban home with all conveniences, liva in. TA 5-1694. 04 RELIABLE young woman, general housework, fond of children, sleep In. RE 3-6726 . 01 RELIABLE woman required for housework, 5 day week, Manor Park. SH 6-4056. ' 01 WOULD you invest 12 hours weekly evgs. and Sats. to earn $150 per month. Sell beautiful products by appointment. Salary and commission. Write Box 467 Citizen. 01 EXPERIENCED waitress and cook for lunch counter. Good wages. Nights. 269 Bank. 04 DEPENDABLE woman to mind 2 small children, 5 days weekly. Live in. RE 3-4712, 04 PART time receptionist typist, 4 to 8 p.m. Room 300, 48 Rideau. 04 RELIABLE, light housework, sleep in preferred, fond of children. SH 6-0911. 00 ATTRACTIVE and responsible position for qualified legal stenographer. CE 6-7461. 03 RELIABLE lady to mind baby, my home. CE 5-7848. 00 URGENT. Reliable woman 35 to 60, to care for 4 children; 2 In school, live In or out SH 5-3005. 00 SALESLADY wanted, experienced for dresses, good wages, commission. 5 days weekly. Etam, 184 Sparks. 03 C1RI.S wanted for morning paper route, in Hull, Lower Town and Montreal rtoaa, Daytime tt a-wi. evgs., SH 9-072L 03 PART time clerk, preferably bilin eual CE 2-4020. 00 INDUSTRIOUS ladv with neat ap pearance for drug and cosmetic counter, part lime worn, appiy in nerson onlv. no telephone calls. Coulters Drug. Store, 1090 Bank. 03 GENERAL- for Rockcliffe home, excellent salarv. references. SH 9-7953. 00 SALESLADY wanted for bake shop. experienced. 1127 Bank at. uo RELIABLE woman to mind baby, my home, Wilbrod St.. references required. tto-nuB. ' 00 EXPERIENCED stenographer de sires afternoon work in west una. PA 8-1417. 00 PART time work opportunity for women to earn high weekly income percentage by investing 3 afternoons or evgs., per week, car essential. Interview in your own lo ra itv Box 432 citizen. uu MACHINE embroidery operator, experienced only, wanted for Montreal, working conditions excellent, write rieiena r-moroi-rierv. 4860 Maplewood Ave.. Mon treal. Que. 00 pvprntPNfSin waitress dav work Aooiv 59 Montreal Rd. 02 Mrnm.P aped housekeeper reauired : for elrierlv ladv. PA 8-67i0. 00 EXPERIENCED PA 2-4845. hairdresser. 01 LEARN all about yourself. Figure, m.huin nniu. nnctnre. hair stvl- ing. New classes starting next week. Discount for groups of 10 or more. Registration accepted ....... A,,-,Ann anrf MVtf l-lntlt Special lunch hour exercise class es. Finesse studios, vu spars., CE 3-7663. 11F PART time ladles wanted, for mak ing hom- demonstrations, on new electric cosmetic device, experience in cosmetic preferred, not essential. Free training for appointment call CE 5-3077. 00 JUNIOR stenographer with Junior matriculation, experience not necessary, excellent working conditions. Interesting work and advancement opportunities. Phone CE 6 2349 05 NURSE recentlonlst. Dart time, com- Dletelv bllincuaL AdpIv 168 Char lotte, suite 201, between 1 to 2 p m., 4.30 to 5.30 p.m. 00 3100 monthly. European welcomed, sleep in. general housework. PA 8-8336. 00 GIRL to assist In dental office, experience not neccessary. Box 379 Citiien. 00 Seamstress Wanted EXPERIENCED In alterations of men's and women clothing, permanent position, all employe benefits. Apply In person, Mr E- Mon-geon, F. Slover Ltd. . H-01 Cashier Training School GIRLS who want to become 1st class cashiers We can help you. Jobs are available In this field. Call CES-9005. H-18 2 Research Technicians REQUIRED by the National Research Council for interesting mathematical work at the Flight Research Section, Uplands Airport, and the Radio and Electrical Engineering Division, Montreal Road A minimum educational level of Grade 13 (Ontario) or equivalent, with high standing In mathematics Is essential. Some experience In computing or . other laboratory work would be an asset. Salary In the range of $2,760 4,250 per annum depending on qualifications. Apply In person or bv mall to the Emplov. ment Officer. National Research Council, Sussex Drive. Ottawa 2. Please quote file ER207-NAE14. H-00 Avon Cosmetics ' LADrES! TV has increased the demand for Avon Cosmetics MsKe spare time par In cash. Become an Avon representative. CE2-8."85-H40 (Continued on Next Column) I Female Help Vanted WE have position requiring a bi lingual person with pleasing pei-sonality. Duties to consist of interviewing personnel and recording Information. Typing an asset. Address handwritten reply to Box 399 Citizen. 02 COOK-general, sleep In, 1 adult, widow, small apt. PA 2-7193. 05 EXPERIENCED salesTadyfor greeting card and gift shop. Apply in person. Sentiment Shop. 95 Bank. 04 HOUSEKEEPER, live out, 5 dar week, 8100 monthly. SH 6-6355. 04 GIRLS wanted for morning paper routes, for Woodroffe at Carling, Somerset at Booth, Dovercourt at Westminster. Days CE 3-9349, evgs. CE 2-2236. 03 SWITCHBOARD operator with typing for old established West End, wholesale firm, 5 day week, pension plan and excellent working conditions. PA 2-3446, for appointment. 02 RELIABLE young woman, general housework, like children, no cooking, private quarters, TV, sleep in. start $85 monthly. PA 2-2629. 02 YOUNG lady with some sales experience for lamps and shades, In electrical store. Apply 396 Bank. 02 YOUNG girl to help with housework and children, light cooking, references necessary. 415 Wilbrod, CE 4-6035. 02 BRITISH motners help, very modern home, 3 half days weekly, Elmvale Acres. RE 3-4919, 7 to 8 evgs. 02 WAITRESS, experienced, days, good pay South Bank St. location. RK 3-2550. 00 HAIDHESSER, experienced, steady position, central. CE 2-2042. 01 WOMAN required for pantry work. Apply The Manager, Z3t jnetcaue. 01 STENOGRAPHER wanted for legal office. Box 382 Citizen. 01 EXPERIENCED housekeeper interested in steady position and good home, references, fond of children, sleep In. PA 2-6771. 01 COUNTER girls, night or day shift, good salary. 282 Kent. ui MOTHERS helper wanted, 2 mornings weekly, no heavy cleaning, vicinity. Elmvale Acres. RE 3-0880. 01 GIRL for light housework, sleep out, . - nu . n AA z juueaia. Apt. . w EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. S days weekly, good salary, free meals, vacation with pay. Apply in person, Miss Westgate Restaurant, Westgate Shopping Center. 00 Unusual Woman FOR special position in unerowded field. No cosmetics, books or canvassing. Age 25 to 40. Applicant preferred who needs to add $50 to $100 weekly to family income. Will train. Flexible hours. Use of car necessary. Tel. PA 9-4659. morns, only.. H-03 EXPERIENCE CLERK TYPIST Required by major company. Excellent salary. Complete benefits. 5 day week. Company cafeteria. Apply giving full details Including resume of experience to MR. SMITH CE 6-4561 This Is The Ad "You Were Looking For because it o f ' e r s you pleasant productive work because it o f f e r s you earhings of better than $4,500 a year. because it offers you the opportunity to learn how to sell a prestige product on .an appointment basis. because it, offers you the independence that is the hallmark of professional sales people ' QUALIFICATIONS- AGE 25 TO 45. PLEASANT PERSONALITY. CAR. WILLING TO ACCEPT TRAINING AND DIRECTION. 35 TO 40 HOURS WEEKLY, AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS. FOR INTERVIEW PHONE MR. WILDGEN CE 2-5131 BETWEEN 1 AND 5 ' . OR 6 AND 9 'Salesladies Wanted Will train as department heads. Also: Waitresses Apply F. W. WOOL WORTH CO Billings Bridge Plaza CAREER GIRL Interesting and well paid position for a person with good business background working with our clients on a high level. A smart appearance and an ability to think quickly is essentia!. Telephone voice and command of language must be assured and pleasant since most of our business is conducted on the phone. CALL CE 6-9779 For Appointment OFFICE OVERLOAD CO. LTD. 237 Queen St! (Continued on Kext Column) 8 Female Help Warned TEMPORARY positions are avail able for experienced st;nos, comptometer operators, bookkeeping machine operators, typists. If you are Interested In short or long term position call Personnel Pool, 134 Slater, CE 2-2443. Free brush-up course available. 15A EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Apply in person. Delmar Restaurant, 58 Rideau. 00 EXPERIENCED waitress, night work, good wages. Apply 290 Dalhousie 00 WAITRESS, 7 a.m. shift, also short order cook. SH 6-0162. 03 PRIVATE SECRETARY to Works Manager This position involves a variety of duties associated with the management of an industrial plant. Responsibilities will include direct liaison with supervisory levels. Expert stenography is essential. . Employe benefits "include hospitalization and group insurance plans, pension plan, etc. Applications will be treated in strictest confidence and should contain information as to education and experience. Apply In writing or in person to SPERRY GYROSCOPE OTTAWA LIMITED Personnel Department 3 Hamilton Ave. Ottawa Typist BILINGUAL. -18 to 25, no previous experience required. APPLY MISS LUMSDEN HALL FUEL LTD. 333 Preston Salesgirls Needed ! ! FULL AND PART TIME Must be experienced and bilingual for the following depts. CHILDREN'S WEAR-LADIES READY TO WEAR HOSIERY and HANDBAGS LINGERIE SHOES YARD GOODS TOYS etc. APPLY IN PERSON F. Slover Ltd. TELETYPE . OPERATORS Required by a large Government organization at Ottawa to operate teletype equipment on rotating shifts. Initial salary up to $3800 per annum depending on qualifications. Apply giving age, citizenship status, telephone number and complete details of education and experience to BOX 470 CITIZEN Continued on Next Column) Classified Ad Index Apartments Wanted ...... 25 Articles For Sale . 13 Automobiles 30 Automobiles Wanted 31 Baby Services .... 8A Business Chances 45 Chiropractors ........ 39 Dogs and Pet Stock 17 Female Help Wanted ..... 8 Flat and Apts. To Let ... 26 Florists .. 4 Foot Specialist! .. 40 Fuel For Sale 18 F urn. shed Apts. Zf Garages 32 Houses For Sale 50 Houses To Let 23 Houses Wanted . 22 Lost-Found .. ( 1 Male Help Wanted 9 Money Loaned. Wanted 35 Musical 42 Oifices To Let .. 51 Officers Wanted ........ 52 Personals 49 Poultry, Livestock 18 Property To Let 54 Property Wanted 53 Property For Sale 65 Property Exchange 56 Rooms To Let 2b Room and Board 29 Rooms Wanted 24 Situations Wanted .. 10 Summer Resorts 20 Situations Vacant . 11 The Food Shopper 12A Teachers Wanted 12 Transportation 7 Tuition 41 Wanted Misc. 19 Where To Go 6 Winter Resorts 21 8 Female Kelp Wanted STAFF HOTEL MATRON $3600 . 14300 To supervise housekeeping In a system of staff residences consisting of 450 rooms in three buildings. To direct and allocate duties to others and act as House Mother. Junior Matriculation or equivalent and at least I years' related experience. Lnlverslty training an asset. Slste all particulars in first letter to File 10 B ATOMIC ENERGY OT CANADA LIMITED Chalk River. Ontario SELLERS LTD. DowntowB and Carllngwood re always interested in applications for full time, 5 day week or part time day week sales staff,' generous personal benefits, pleasant working conditions. APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE SALESLADIES ' For accessories, S day week, permanent position. Experience not essential. Employe benefits. APFLY Henry Morgan & CO. LTD. 76 Sparks St. 8 Female Help Wanted Continued On Next Pass Testimonials There Is No Substitute For ! RESULTS Testimonials, after all. ring with the truth of accomplishment. They tell us what has happened rather than the promise of something t b a t might happen. , Sold Truck 1953 International ton panel, L110, top condition, $375. MO 3-6565. Evgs., PK 1-8213. Acquired Receptionist RECEPTIONIST with knowledge of typing, no experience necessary. Apply John Sou lard, 2B1 Richmond Rd., In person. Rented Rouse' NEW 3 bedroom, 2 storey home, oil heated, 5 minutes from Ottawa, $73, PR 1-8246, between and I. Results GOING to Toronto Friday, dav, 5 30, returning Sun. CE 2-3851, Your problems may be solved equally as well when you follow the same plan as those folks and put result-producing Citizen Classified Ada on the Job for you. Advertisers want something tangible when they buy advertising space. They get it in the form of RESULTS when they use Citizen Classified Ads. THE OTTAWA CITIZEN CLASSIFIED AD DEPT. Subscription Rates By mail to any ' address In Ontario and Quebec, excepting towns served by Citizen carriers, the rate Is: 1 year $10.00: 6 months $3.25; 3 months $2.75; or 1 month $1 00. To any address In Canada outside of Ontario anc Quebec and to towns where there is carrier service tUe rate is: 1 year $12.00; 6 months $6.50: 3 months $3.50 and 1 month $1.25. To any address outside Canada, 1 year $15.00; 6 montht $3.00 and 1 month $1.50. The rate for carrier delivery tn towns and In Ottawa and Suburbs is 35c per wek, pay- j able to the carrier boy. 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