The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on February 15, 1964 · 30
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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 30

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JT f1 'HI' The Citizen's classified advertising section . . . .....lit. i l , r nl OOZ ACAC Phone 236-4545 Want Ads closed 1 p.m. today - Open Sunday 6 - 9 p.m Phone 236-4545 NOTICEBOARD for today . . . BELLS Corners Annual Winter Carnival. CIIDL festival. Coliseum, 1.30 p.m. PRINCE and the Pauper, children's film, Lakeside i Gardens, 2 p.m. CHARTER night for new Hull Richelieu Club, City Hall, 5 p.m. . . . Tomorrow CUDL festival. Coliseum, 7.30 p.m. LISKVILLE Carnival, Recreation Field, Luskville, 10.30 a.m. OTTAWA District Council, Boy Scouts of Canada, reception, Assembly Hall, 3 to 5 p.m. FOLK Music Society, meeting, Central YMCA-YWCA, 8 p.m. ... and Monday CANADIAN Surveying and Mapping Convention opens, Chateau Laurier Hotel. VOICE of Women, press conference, Eastview Hotel, 11 a.m. ROTARY Club of Ottawa, regular meeting. Chateau Laur ier, 12.30 p.m. KMANIS Club of Westboro, meeting, Kiwanis Park, 6.45 p.m. SENIOR City Broomball playoffs, Glebe rink, 7 p.m. GLOUCESTER counciL L'ALLLIXCE Francaise d'Ot-tawa, University of Ottawa Kormal School, meeting, 8.30 p.m. RA Stamp Club, Civil Service Recreational A s s o c i ation Centre, 8 p.m. CITY Council, 8 p.m. - Son - profit organizations may have their events listed in this column free. Those wishing to be included should mail details to the City Editor at least 72 tours in advance of publication. Deaths yesterday By the Canadian Press BIG DELTA, Alaska Vic Summers, 41, Ohio-born song writer, singer, hunting guide and bush pilot. Centre will studv Orient MONTREAL (CP) - Abbe Raoul Mercier, delegate-general to Canada of l'Oeuvre d'Orient, announced Thursday a centre for the study of churches and events in the east will soon be established in Montreal. L'Oeuvre d'Orient, a Roman Catholic organization, was founded in Paris a century ago and established a Canadian branch in 1949. It gives as its aim the spread of the Christian faith in oriental countries. Abbe Mercier told a press conference that the organization would seek to raise $100,-000 for construction of the centre. The fund campaign will be carried on among secular clergy, religious orders and French-speaking Catholics in Canada. "The eastern peoples have been held so solidly in the grip of imperialist countries that they now lack initiative," the abbe said. "Their professional groups, their finances and their educational systems are thus in a bad state." He said Canada did not have a reputation in such countries "for nourishing ambitions as a controlling power" and would thus be in a good position to spread the Christian faith in the Far East. Asked to name the countries he had referred to as "imperialist." Abbe Mercier mentioned Britain and France. .1 1 Born DITRESVE Bernard and Mary (nee Bogue) are proud; to announce the birth of a son, Pierre Denis, in Ottawa General Hospital, February 12, 1964, a brother for Joan. 15 GREEN Weldon and Jean.j are pleased to announce the' birth of a son on Wednesday j February 12, 1964, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital 15 Page 30 Sat., Feb. 15, 1964 Born TAYLOR - Don and Doreen (nee Wicker) are happy to an - nounce the birth of a son at Grace on Friday, February; 14, 1964, a brother for Susan, j David and Sharon. Both weil.i 16 Died I ANGUS. James Kennedy - At, his home 547 David Street,: Buckingham, Friday, Febru ary 14, 1964. James Kennedy' Angus, in his 81st year, be-i loved husband of Annie Kyle and tie late Mary MacLach-j lan, brother of Nat, Mrs. Rory MacLachlan, and Missj Esther Angus, all of Thurso, ; Mrs. Bert Dowler of Ottawa.! Resting at H. Cadieux Funer-: KELLY, Mrs. Lenore - In hos-al Home, 322 Main Street, Dila, on Fridav. Februarv Buckingham, where service will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. Intermep.t St. Stephen Cemetery 15 ASIITON, Ernest Ward On Friday, February 14, 1964, in hospital, Ernest Ward Ashton, age 86 years of 453 Highcroft; Avenue, beloved husband of; the late Monica Ellen Raymond, father of Mrs. P. L. Donovan (Verna), Mrs. V. Bohart (Alica), Mrs. K. S. Howard (Phvllis). R. W. Ash. ton S H Ashtiin and E W Ashton of Ottawa: brother of! Mrs. E. H. Stimson of Alex-j andria. Resting at Hulse and! Piayfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron Avenue between Wood- roffe and Compton Avenues. Service on Monday at 2 p.m Interment in Pinecrest Cemetery. 16 BRENNAN. Jennie In hospital, Friday, February 14, 1964, Jennie Brennan, dear sister of Mrs. F. S. Hogan (Lyla), 424 Laurier Ave., W., Mrs. An drew Maloney (Minnie), Fort Macleod, Alberta. Resting at ' the Whelan Funeral Home.j 515 Looper at. funeral Mon-; day to St. Patrick's Church; for Requiem High Mass, 31 a.m. Interment St. Pauls Cem- etery, Aylmer. 15 ' BKO.NSON. Mary McMay On Friday, February 14, 1964, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Caulfield, New York City, Mary McMay Amm, widow of Harry Branson, in her 83rd year. Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons Fu neral Home, Quyon, Quebec, after 2 p.m. Sunday. Funeral on Monday, February 17, for service at St John's Anglican Church at 2 p.m. Interment in the parish cemetery. 15 FERRONE. Antonio (Tonv) In hospital, Thursday, Feb ruary 13. 1964, Tony Ferrone. of 268 Preston htreet, age 78 , years. nusDana oi tne late May Mendola, dear father of Karl, Joseph, Gerry, Mrs Mary Manolakus, Mrs. Lena Lamadelaine, all of Ottawa. Ann (Mrs. W. Perrin), Aylmer, Quebec, and Tessie (Mrs. J. E. Conomoul, Coose Bay, Oregon. Also survived by nineteen grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Saturday to St. Anthony's Church for Requiem High Mass at 9.30 a.m. Interment Notre Dame 144 FIXLAYSON, Ethel May In hospital on Friday, February 14, 1964, Ethel May Mick, beloved wife of Farquhar Fin-layson, 83 Fairmont Avenue. Tfnetino' at fho Rarlmorp Stew- art Funeral Home, 1319 Wel - lineton Street Service in Lhei chapel on Monday at 3 p.m.; Interment in Pinecrest Ceme-j tery. 15! FRIVALT, William Albert At his home, 86 Hugh Street, North Arnprior, on Friday, February 14, 1964, William Albert Frivalt, dear husband of Lillian Wagenblass, dear father of Norman, Bert, Gerald, (June) Mrs. Ellard Tourangeau, all of Arnprior and (Joyce) Mrs. Garfield Beaudery of Pembroke, in his 65th year. Resting at Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., Arnprior, j where services will be heldi in the chapel on Monday, February 17, at 2 p.m. Inter ment in the Arnprior Ceme-1 tery. 13 GREGOIRE, Marie-Louis In hospital on Friday," February1 14, 1964. Marie-Louis Greg-j oire, husband of Julia Cote, age 70. of 90 Emond Street,' HulL Father of ules, Jac-i trues, Adrien, Antoirie of Hull and Gaston, Montreal; Mrs. Fernand Roy (Francoise), Rimouski, Quebec; Mrs. Raymond Jolicoeur (Aline), Hull; brother of Tancrede Gregoire, Quebec City and Mrs. Alex-andre Melady, St Marie de Beauce, Quebec; Mrs. Ed-mond Boucher. Boston; 29 grandchildren. Resting Gau-thier and Company, 101 Notre Dame Street, HulL Funeral Monday at 7.45. Requiem High Mass St.-Bennit Abbe. Hull at, 8 a.m. Interment Hull Ceme-j tery. 15 Died CREMER. Jean Pierre Sud - uu j denly at the residence of his parents, 53 Maner Road.i Eastview, on Thursday. Feb-! ruary 13, 1964. Jean Pierre! Grenier, dear son of Lucien; Grenier and (Rosa Arcand),! age 20 years. Brother ofj Claude. Mrs. Jean Guy Le-: Clair (Carmen). Mrs. Rollandi Rochon (LLrf), Mrs. Gilles Lalande (Huguette). Resting at Racine and Robert Limit ed, 300 Olmstead Street, East-; view. Funeral Monday 8.45 to: St. Charles Church for Re-i quiem High Mass at 9 o'clock. i Libera service at St. Victor! Church, Alfred, 11 o'clock. In terment Parish Cemetery. 15 14, 1964, Lenore Kinsella, age 72 years, beloved wife of Arthur J. Kelly, 87 Ossington Avenue, dear Mother of Ed ward and Louis, Ottawa, Mrs. Stanley Agnew, New Providence, New Jersey. Resting McEvoy Brothers, 235 Kent Street. Funeral Monday to St. Margaret Mary's Church, for Requiem Mass at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery 15 JMAHOXEY. Cecil J. - On Thursday, February 13, 1964 in hospital, Cecil J. Mahoney,! age 44 years, of 336 Poulini Avenue, beloved husband ofj Elsie Meyer, father of Ken-j neth and Sheila, brother ofj Wally and Mrs. Charles Pica (Rita), all of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Piayfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron, between W:oodroffe and Compton. Requiem High Mass at Our Lady of Fatima Church Monday at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery 15 MAJOR, Mrs. Fernand On Friday. February 14, 1964, at her home, 175 Champlain her home, 715 Champlain Street, Hull, Marie Antoinette! Lavoie, wife of Fernand B.! Major, Advocate, Mother of, Charles B. Major, Advocate,! Hull: sister of Colonel Marc; Lavoie; Mederic Lavoie; Mrs.j Lillian Shields; Mrs. Beatrice j Arcand; Mrs. Berthe Laper- rier; Mrs. Yvonne Lafleur and; Miss Fernande Lavoie, all of; Ottawa, also survived by 8 grandchildren. Resting Gau-thier and Company, 101 Notre Dame Street, Hull. Funeral Monday at 7.40 a.m. for Requiem High Mass in Notre Dame de Grace Church at 7.45. Interrennt Aylmer Cemetery. 15 McCONNELL, Lawerence T in hospital on Friday, Febru ary 14, 1964, Lawerence Mc-' Connell, brother of Mrs. Alice; Woodhus, James, Warner,! Cedric and John, all of Otta-I wa. Resting at the Tubman I Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Avenue. Funeral arrangements later. 161 RICHARD, Joseph Alphonse On Tuesday, February 11, 1964, age 75 years. Joseph Alphonse Richard, husband of the late Alexandrine Limoges, father of Paul-Emile, Mrs. Robert J. Biron (Cecile), brother of Mrs. Evangeline Rod-rigue. Funeral Saturday from Gauthier's Funeral Home, 259 St. Patrick for Requiem High Mass, at the Basilica at 9.30. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery 14Vi I80 - Mrs; Morris - On nuiay, reoniary , ihm, age 55 years, Edythe Taller, wife of Morris Saslove, Mother of Mrs. Al Shapiro (Mar ion), Mrs. Philip Lazear (Norma), Mrs. Milton Kim-mell (Joyce), Miss June Saslove, sister of Moises, Samuel, Norman, Morton, Archie, Mrs. Louis Kwechan-sky (Faye), Mrs. Jacob Roodman (Elisabeth), Mrs. Ben Workman (Eva), Mrs. Abe Saslove (Anne). Resting at Jewish Memorial Chapel, 375 King Edward Avenue, where service will be held at I 2 p.m. Interment Jewish' Community Cemetery. Shiva' at 404 Simpson Road 14' SMITH, Thomas Oliver At Metcalfe, Ontario, on Thurs-'i day, February 13, 1964,! Thomas Smith, beloved hus- -band of the late Mary Lowe,! 4 age 81 years; dear father of Mrs. George Stanley, Edith, Metcalfe; Mrs. Arthur Lock-yer, Harriet and Mrs. Douglas MacCormack, Reta, of Ottawa; Mrs. Bert Thompson, Lillian and Orville, of Kempt-ville; Charles, Manitou, Manitoba; Percy, Navan; Garrett Ottawa; George, Ramsay-ville; Lowell, St Eugene, On tario, and brother of George Smith, Navan. Survived also by 34 grandchildren, and 2:frf-d N Garrett, dignified funerals. great grandchildren. Resting Veitch-Draper Limited, Bank Street, at Carting Avenue. Service in St. Mary's Angli can Church. Navan, Saturday 2 p.m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery 15 oeat column) Died ! ST. IXll'lS. Kttmuald In hOS - : . pital. on Thursday, February 13, 1964, Romuald St. Louis, j husband of the late Albinaj Lacroix. age 64 years, dear; lamer 01 agl. cugdr ni. imui R.C.A.F.. Calcarv Station,, e . i t r Pi t .:., Mrs. Marcel Brisebois (Gen-nine), Mrs. Marcel Cyrenne (Jacqueline), Mrs. Bryan Davy (Noella). brother of; frc Inr-ion UTii11 (CnU ombe), 9 grandchildren. Rest- ' 0 ing at Racine and Robert Limited, 260 Besserer. Funeral Monday, 7.45 to St. Anne's Church, for Requiem High Mass at 8. Interment St. Redempteur Cemetery, Hull 154 THOMPSON. Edith In Vic toria Hospital, Renfrew, on F'rirlav Pphriiarv 14 1964 triaay, reoruary , l.nn Edith Phillips, beloved wife of Lloyd Thompson, in her 68th vear. Resting at Mc- Phail and Pwkins Funeral rnau ana renuns runerii( Home, 85 Munro Street, Ren- f.. Con.;, in Tr n lu Cf lien, uci ii. t ii 1 1 li ub. Andrews Umted Church, day, February 17, at 2 p.m. Interment Rosebank Ceme tery. 15 ULLETT, Mabel In hospital Friday, February 14. 1964, Mabel Beaton, 967 Richmond Road, widow of George Ullett and dear sister of Mrs. G. Jamieson (Ida) Ottawa, Mrs. R. H. Nesbitt (Lil) Toronto, John Beaton, Vancouver. Resting at the Tubman Fu neral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt. Service in the chapel Monday 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest 154 WEBB, George In hospital Thursday, February 13, 1964, George Webb, husband of Anne Rosier, of 335 Queen Mary Road, father of Stanley of Boston, Leslie of Tor onto, Leonard of Ottawa, and the late Svdnev H. Webb. hvSAUVE - In loving memory of a dear his 82nd year. Also four - : grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Play-fair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Saturday 11 a.m. Interment Beechwood Cemetery'. Friends may call after 12 noon Friday 14' Veitch-Draper Funeral Directors LTD. Parkdale Chapel. 728-4673 Bank Street Chapel. 236-IW68 Bank Chapel SMITH. Thomas Oliver Saturday. 2 p ra . St Mary's Anglican Church. Navan. Hu!se a Piayfair Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Central Chapel 315 McLEOD ST. 233-1143 West Chapel im BYRON AVE. 728-1761 LATEST INFORMATION CFRA DAILY 6.30 P.M. MAHONEY. Cecil J. TAYLOR, James PARKING FACILITIES AIR CONDITIOiJED CENTRAL LOCATION Established 1925 235 KENT ST., 232-5337 McEvoy Brothers Limited Ottawa's Largest Funeral Home Ottawa Memorial Society A co-opersUve. oor-orolit organization for tnt cvourageraent of simple funerals. For information telephone 745-5346 or write Box 239, Station "D" OTTAWA BEECHWOOD CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM CREMATION- $60 Write or Phone for Free Brochure P.O. Box 1016, Ottawa 746-0201 Lodge Notice Members ef Kockrliffe Lodge S: 270.1 l o.u.r.. and all members of The tinier in Ottawa, are req"esled toi attend lunerai services tor late Bro-' tiier James Taylor, of AlKoma Lodge.! Fort William. Ontario, at Hulse and Piayfair Chat!. McLeod Street, ati t p.m. Friday. February 14. !4! 14 Funeral Directors RACINE and Robert 260 Besserer. 232-0t: lastview Branch. 300 Olmstead IB moderate charges oaj Somerset W 233-4773 G Cards Of Thanks "I DARROW We wish to thank our I kind fnends and neighbors for their I acts of love and sympathy during our recent foss of a beloved father. Daughter. Martha, son. Egbert 14', In Memoriam jCl - E - In memory of m Royal. ho nassc-d uiiv feb IS 163. Quickly and Mut.ltnlv came ihe call His sudden death surprised us all: irarer to memory than words can ifll. The loss of a son we loved so well. Mother. Herbert, Dons U toi.E in loving mtmtirv of a dear: brother. Royal Cole .who passed avrav February 16, 106J. His hie was earnest, bis actions kind' A generous hand and an active mind1 Anxious lo Dlease. loathe to offend. 1 A loving rruther and a faithiul Inend Gilbert and Madonna 15 . . . d' husband, ciuriea s. corbett. ' u ii.i n- . ...t au-au l4im,ni 17 Kill Withm our store of memories, ' He holds a place apart: For no one else can ever be More cherished in our hearts. lovingly remembered by wife and! lamilv 15 !fi.em!NG In fond and loving mem - i ory of a wonderful Mother. Sophy, V,'m' h Pab5d ay eebt""y Tim riearlv loverf lo he fnrirollen Too dearlv loved to be forgotten Daughter. Jean, son-rnm-law Har - oW 1 rKii.w.MAX in loving memory of a a,.arV beloved brother. Pen-v. 1iO! passed ay February 15, 1M41. The years may wipe out many things i But this they wipe out never, ' Sisters and brothers. 15! MACKEY In loving memory of d(ar Molher wno paise)j tvk, February is ism. tver rememrjerea. j . . -Mrs Hhel Sinhi. Kitchen 15! Mon-:PIInv In n,-,.-- . d-ar DU3. band and father. Joseph Dinnes Pil- on. who passed away reoruary ij. 1'mO. Silent his voice, vacant hit rhalr. Sweet are the memories that linger there: We miss him and mourn him silence unseen. And live in the memories of Joys that have been. Mrs. I). Pllon and family 15 PILON In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather Joseph Dennis Pilon. who passed away Februarv 15. 19SO Gone is the face we loved so dear. Silent is the voice we loved to hear. Too far away for siht or speech. But not too far for thought to reach. Sweet to remember him who once was here. And who, though absent, is just as! near. Madelene. Herbie and children 151 PILON In loving memory of a dear fatiier and grandfather. Ernest Pilon. who passed away February 15, 10. Always a smile and never a frown. Always a hand when someone is down. Always so thoughtful, true and kind But a wonderful memory he left behind. Daughter Dell and grandsons Paul and Ted 15 aunt Mar, Katlvn wrwi nacen Iwav February 15. 1959. Loved ia life: In death remembered." Lome. Mayrae and f Iorence 15 9 Service Stations Open THE following service stations will be open dailv (nun 7 a m. to 10 p.m. Sunday. Feb. 1, to Saturday, Feb. 22. B-A Stations iBA. Service Station, j Rd. 729-3737 881 Richmond JOHN NEIDY'S BA Service Station. Bank Clemow. 235-0224 St. at WRIGHT'S BA Service Station. 24M Bank Street. 822-0U17 BP Canada Limited DEL DEVISE'S BP Service StaUon, 1305 Prescott High- ' way. 729-5315 j LINDSAY'S BP Service Station, 1014 Bank St. 233-SS18 Champlain Stations WOLF'S CHAMPLAIN Service Station, MO Ri- deau St 232-2126 Fina Service Stations C. REGAN FIX A Service StaUon. 435 Gladstone Ave. 233-4s4 GERHARD FL'CH FINA Service Station. Carting and cnurctiiu. 2-a3 GALLANT StaUon. 1507 FINA Service Rd. 728-S401 Merivale JACK'S SUPER SERVICE FINA Service StaUon. 3089 Carting Ave. 82S-0P17 L. SEGL'IN FINA Service Station. Riverside Dr. and Washington. 745-3161 Imperial Esso Stations A. CARDILLO'S ESSO Service Station, Carting and Preston Sts 233-0414 CAPITAL DODGE. CHRYSLER ESSO Service Station. 1554 Carting Ave. 729-3111 DON'S ESSO SERVICE Open Every Sunday Open Daily 7 a m. ta 11 p.m. ON Highway 31 at Blossom Park. Phone 822-0133 SCHROETERS ESSO Service Station. Carting Richmond Rd. 824-1371 and BILL SHAW ESSO Service Station. Baseline Rd. and Woodmffe. 72H-1OS0 TEMPRANO IESSO Sen-ice StaUon. 1740 Bank SL I at Alta Vista Dr. 733-6331 Globe Oil j GLOBE OIL SERVICENTRE. 2S62 Carting Ave. at i Roseview. 82i-523 Shell Stations GIBEAILTS SHELL Service Station. 9M Wellington SL at Bayswater. 728-004 GREG FIELD SHELL Service Station. 1080 Bank at Sunnvside. 233-0148 ' JOHN DUMAS ' SHELL Service Station. 300 Cumber- ; land at Clarence. 235-8503 Sunoco Stations FERN LEPAGE'S j SUNOCO Service Station, Wellington I and parkdale. 729-773 WTLFS SUNOCO Service Station. Prescott Hwy. at Hogs Back Road. 728-S919 STL McGARVEY'S SUNOCO Service Station. Richmond Rd. and Tweedsmtnr. 722-lu0 SUNOCO SERVICE Station, corner Dike and Booth Sts. 237-272 SUNOCO SERVICE Station. 129! Baseline Rd. 728-2SK5 Supertest Stations F1NNEGANS SUPERTEST Service Station. 1583 Alta Vista Dr. 733-9077 STEELE'S SUPERTEST Service Station, 243 Kent at Usgar. 232-3328 Texaco Stations TOM S TEXACO Service Station. 77 Richmond Rd at Island Park Dr. 722-5064 Continued eo next column) 9 Service Stations Open Top Valu Gasmarts TOP VALU SERVICE S'alion. Queensway and Blair lid., m-illt. Open 24 brs. . - - - T P VALU SERVICE Station. Ba'-elme and Wood- roote Ave. 722-0014. Open 24 nrs. White Rose Stations uDj:uiv-TA;'E MArU.HIM.IONb WHITE Rose Service Station 134 Wellington St. at Hampton. " " 1 A I , . tnnl 725-OlWi l"v w.. WATCH girls lost Parkdale. Wellim Ion to Allied. Reward. 1." LABRADOR, male, vellow. lost vicinity Carp. Please call K. ArkeU, Carp S R J 17 WA, iEt red leather lost Thurs., 1 i. k r. c ,n ii-ui.n j money, valuable papers. 2.1S-3141 16 - .,. .. "Kk i. i. MacLareV and MetcalfeT ! VKS- Reward Wt : GLASSES, man s, brown case, lost vu-inity Centre Town Tliurs.. KS-SU 15'i SMALL black Terner lost, vicinity Arlington and Gladstone, child K pet. iM-rnxm. Reward it CAT. male, black Persian, lost vici- my nity Holland Ave. Ans. Uoppy. 722-on ' 7kll 15 iVOtK pet may be at the Humane So- 'TT " small male tan dog. white chest. black nose, answers Rex. lost vicin ity Armstrong St. After (. 731-391 1, 15", 12 Transportation ; voi.i'NTEER drivers 4 times weeMv to assist deaf preschool children attend classes. Please call 733-0517. 16 13 Where To Go TRY Davidson's for a country sleigh drive. Prescutt Highway. 825-2733 1H TRIPLE-L Ranch sleish parties, safe; farm bush trail. Youth, tamny groups our transportation. specialty. tv. CateririB. 749-S37. KENNY'S sleigh rides, Montreal Road anu wueenswav. i rausDurutuuu reservations. 746-1619 29 FOR the best ta country sleish drives it s woodDum s. i tansaortauoit pro vided. 740-1548. 27 OVER 500 single unattached members, entoying the Friendship Club, All axes welcome. 237-lt7S 18 14 Baby Services WILL baby sit my home. large private play area. 743-13M 15 WILL mind children my home. Mon. to Fri.. excellent care. St. Patrick St. 232-322H 17 MOTHERLY home for 11 mon. girl. Rideau Terrace area. 749-02US. alter 6 17 INFANT sitting, my home. Metcalfe. between Cooper, Somerset. 232-7V05 3S WILL mind children my borne, fenced yard. 728-4020 20 WILL mind child my borne. 729-H6U 20 BRAND new home, spacious play area, room and board children. Mon. through Fri. or by the month. 746-1920 10 WILL babv sit. mv home. Liodenlea. S10 weekly, 740-0205 19 WILL mind child, my home, Riverside South. 733-S545 1 WILL mind children my home. Crerar Ave. 729-4473 15 EXPERIENCED mother win care for child, my home. Manor Park, 743-3717 18 WILL mind children mv home, room, board if desired. 232-5A6 15 WILL mind children, my home, over l'-j years. 749-5153 18 WILL mind children my home. Parkway Park. 82&-57H7 15 WILL mind children my home dailv. 771-5007 after 30 1! WILL mind children my home, good home, experienced. 98 Bruvere, Lower Town. 235-8135 18 WILL mind children, my home, daytime. 771-0031. Anytime 19 YOUNG children given good care, my home weekly. 722-4472 17 CARE for child up to 5 years, weekly 749-2497 35 WILL mind children, my home. 8 to 5. $12 weekly. 459 Mc Arthur Rd. 17 YOUNG housewife fond of children will mmH rhilil mv home. Nelson St 433-1 2620 W CARDINAL Heights, wiU mind children daily. 749-843 Zl WILL mind children by day or w It-Bank and Pretoria district. 232-9962 15 15 female Help Wanted EARN $23 weekly plus free wardrobe in your spare time. Just show fashion frocks to friends. No Investment, canvassing, experience necessary. Write: North American Fashion Frocks. Lid. 3425 Industrial Blvd. Dept. P-4520 Montreal 39. Que. 15 WOMEN, make big commission taking orders for nylon hosiery from fnends and relatives. Send for free sales kit. Neil Cameron Mills Ltd.. Dept. 4C. 1268 Queen St. W.. Toronto, 3, Ont 15 WOMAN who can drive. If you would entoy working 3 or 4 hours a day calling regularly each month on a group of Slucuo Glrl cosmetic clients on a route to be established in and around Ottawa, and are willing hi make li?tit deliveries, etc., write Studio Girl Cosmetics. Dept. CD-42. 840 LaFleur Ave.. Montreal 32. Route will pay up to $5 per hour 15 EXPERIENCED bilingual secretary for doctors office. Salary commensu rate with experience. If no secre tarial experience please do not apply. Box 351 Citizen 20 RELIABLE woman, housework, 4 chil dren, working mother. Mon. to Fri. 7 30 to S. 722-2323 20 MARKING and receiving room girt, oninguai. a aav weec. Apply Astor Cbapeaux 107 Rideau 17 LADY Deeded for housework, several hours, every Friday. 235-9213 20 SWITCHBOARD operator, receptionist typist. Reply rn writing, stating marital status, education, age, employ ment historv. Imperial Oil Ltd R.R.2. Box 430 OUawa. 15 NURSING home requires, practical nurse, night duty. Box 325 Citizen 1 Typists Required For GOV ERNMENT DEPARTMENTS Ottawa Hull Starting Salary 1182 to $235 a month Depending Upon Qualifications No experience is required but diicstioB and previous experience will be taken into consideration when determining starting salary. Minimum typing speed 35 words per minute. APPLY IMMEDIATELY, on application forms obtainable at Post Office. National Employment Office, or Civil Service Commission, Room 500. Jackson Building. Ottawa 4. to the Civil Service Commission. Ottawa 4. Please quote Conipetitjoa Nain-ber 4-7Si. Continued on next column) 115 Female Help Wonted ;HAlKDRESSER. eiperlenced. Mrs. Siatham. 7U3-44U7 Apply MATURE housekeeper, bghl housekeeping duties. 1 small cluld. Wood-ruffe area. days. f-ti weekly, 2v 4W7, 7 and evgs. li PART time switchboard operalor. typist, for local hospital, hours 4 p m to a.m. 3 and 4 days weekly 1'lease apply In writing stating age experience ana aats avaiiaoie to cox S:i Ctluen 1' EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Ap ply ul person 12M Wellington St. EXCELLENT opportunity for woman ul refinement and culture in advisory capatitv. Personality, initiative more Important than business training. Box 331 ClUzen 17H-15 OCCASIONAL davtime baby sitter. Ridgeview area. 828-3S5 15 HAIRDRESSER for weU established Ottawa South salon. Experienced. 2J4- 72 2 TYPIST for electric firm, must be efficient and accurate. Some tele tvping, general office wort, shorthand an advantage. Fringe benefits. Reply to boa 356 Citizen, stating age. experience, if any and tvL no. lti COOK housekeeper lo live in tor 2 adults in Rockclifte. 3 blocks from bus stop, quiet household, references required. Apply It) morns, - evgs. 749-W43 20 IMMEDIATELY baby sitter, er St. district 235-M39 Rochest- HAIRDRESSER fully experienced atyl-ing, tinting, bleaching etc., top salary. 5 day week. 235-6194 20 ACTIVE partner, able to run small office, some capital required. Box 333 Citizen 16 LIVE in. general housework. 4 children, references, Val Tetreau, 777-149K 16 SECRETARY. fuU or part time. Apply Box 293 Citizen 16 RELIABLE woman, references required, to mind 2 primary school children, vicuiitv Fairmont and Gladstone. 72S-7001. after 7 19 YOCN'G woman for general housework 3 children, live in. references. 731-S7S9 16 ; ,T T,,:r, ..... , u i '"" " n and care for 3 school ae children. live in preferred, vicinity Dynes Rd area. 725-2ss7, after p.m. 16 HOUSEKEEPER, mind 2 children. Riviera Project, live in or out. 3 davs off weekly. 777-3601. after ( 16 MANAGERESS for dry cleaning store and com laundry. Paulette Fashion Cleaners. Westgate. 729-0938 16 EXPERIENCED waitress, day shift, good pay. meals Included. Apply Elm-vale Restaurant, 1034 St- Laurent Blvd 19 BABY sitter. Manor Park. S children, part time. 745-4772 16 HOUSEKEEPER, glrla (. t and , live in or out, Cyrvllle. Call after t. weekdays, all day weekends. 746-4324 19 JUNIOR clerk for library work, must have grade 12. salary S2.500. Box Cituen 16 REQUIRED immediately, bookkeeping machine operalor, with or knowledge of bookkeeping. Centre Town office. 5 dav week. Box 239 Citizen. 17 DICTAPHONE - typist with bookkeeping experience, for lawyers off lie Write J. A. Enstone, 75 Albert. Ottawa 17 YOl'NG woman for general housework, excellent working condition, can after 6 S2S-65$8 35 HAIRDRESSER'S assistant wanted for part time work. Experienced. 234-7255 17 COOK ireneral. diplomatic familv. Rockclifte Part, 1200 monthly. Box 269 Cltiten 15 COOK maid, young woman 25 to 35, live in. experienced, must be good cook European si vie. 2 adults. 2 children. Rockcliffe. 1185 monthly. Box 268 Citizen 13 BOOKKEEPER, legal experience, gent. Call 230-0696 LEGAL secretaries required for busy I law oliiee. lepat experience essential. Salary commensurate with experience. Usual benefits. Tel. Mrs Harris. 236-74S1 17 EXPERIENCED in repairs and alterations, on Men s and Lady s clothes. 234-8815 16 STENOGRAPHER with general insurance experience required, salary to commensurate with experience. Box 234 Citizen 32 EXPERIENCED waitress, day work good wages. 290 Dalhousie 35 HAIR stvlist for largest shopping center. 234-4422 34 RELIABLE woman for occasional baby Sitting. ParkWOOd Hills. 722-4660 16 Rinv lte immriiafilv ft Hav week Coldrey at Kirkwood. "729-8340 15 HOUSEMAID required immediately, live in. references, good salary. Box 179 Stlttsvllle. Ont 19 HELP PEOPLE TO find the home of their dreams and get paid for doing it. Tins is an exciting challenge with tremendous opportunity for the truly ambitious. Let us fulfill your potential with our years of experience. Hundreds of prospects and homes to sell, big advertising best of Mortgage financing. Join our sales staff of 90 salesmen by contacUng George Thomas, sales manager. Well train vou rf you re inexpenrnrea. Thomas Shipman Limited Realtor 15S-15 GIRLS. WOMEN. ANYONE. LARGE company has several part time positions available doing pleas ant telephone worx trom our otiices Shifts, call 236-5558 16 CHALLENGE Nationwide firm has career opening for personable poised young lady as representative. Applicant should be single, age 23-28 with minimum of Junior Matriculation. CALL OR WRITE Drake Personnel 75 ALBERT STREET 236-0458 Stenographers Required For GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS Ottawa-Hull Starting Salary 1200 1260 a month Depending Upon Qualifications No exptrience Is required Ljt education and previous experience will be taken Into consideration when determining starting salary. The examination programme Includes shorthand dictated at 80 words a minute and a typewriting test In which a minimum speed of 35 words a minute Is required. APPLY IMMEDIATELY, on application forms obtainable at Post Office. National Employment Office, or Civil Service Commission, Room 500. Jackson Building, to the Civil Service Commission. Ottawa 4. Please quote Competition Number 64 783. 15 Female Help Wanted continued on next page IT'S EASY TO PLACE A CITIZEN WANT AD just call 236-4545 Ask for Classified HOURS Mon., Tues., Wed., Frid, 8.15 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday 8.15 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday 8.15 a.m. to 1 p.m. SUNDAY and holidays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Gtizen Box Replies 4 6 10 11 15 1? 23 27 28 35 37 39 56 70 76 80 82 86 88 89 S2 107 113 115 116 121 135 136 139 140 142 145 151 163 166 168 176 181 182 187 193 196 198 201 204 211 215 216 222 224 225 227 228 231 235 236 242 259 272 274 282 283 286 29C 291 298 300 303 306 330 332 363 405 406 408 419 420 434 436 438 445 446 447 449 458 465 484 490 495 501 514 526 556 561 568 569 576 585 588 593 597 Classified Ad Index BORN l ADOPTION 2 DIED 1 LODGE NOTICE 4 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 CARDS THANKS IN MEMORIAM 7 MEMORIAL SERVICE 8 APARTMENTS WANTED 52 ARTICLES FOR SALE 22 AUTOMOBILES .... 82 AUTOMOBILES WANTED M BABV SERVICES . . 14 REAUTV PARLORS 55 BOATS AND MOTORS 24 BUSINFSS OPPORTUNITIES .... W COTTAGKS FOR SALE .. 42 COTTAGE LOTS 44 COTTAGES TO RENT 40 COTTAGES WASTED 46 DOGS AND PET STOCK 2S EMPLOYMENT WANTED 19 FEMALE HELP WANTED 15 FLATS. APTS., TO LET 54 FLORISTS 11 FUEL FOR SALE 28 FURNISHED FLATS. APTS 56 GARAGES ot HOUSES TOR SALE OS HOUSES WANTED 4$ HOUSES TO LET 50 LOST-FOUND 10 MALE HELP WANTED IS MONEY LOANED. WANTED ... 64 MOTORCYCLES 6S OFFICES TO LET SO OFFICES WANTED -S PERSONALS M POSITIONS VACANT .. 17 POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK 30 PROPKRTY EXCHANGE 76 PROPER rY FOR SALE i" PROPERTY WANTED 70 PROPERTY TO LET 74 ROOM AND BOARD . 2 ROOMS TO LET . 60 ROOMS WANTED ... iS SERVICE STATIONS OPEN .. 0 SKI CORNER 23 SUMMER RESORTS SS TEACHFftS WANTED 18 THE FOOD SHOPPER .. 20 TRANSPORTATION 12 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS S TUITION 34 WANTED MISC. 32 WHERE TO GO IS WINTER RESORTS SSA Classified Ad Rates Minimum 10 words 6 consecutive insertions and over 54c per word per insertion. 3-4-5 consecutive insertionsBe per word per insertion. 1 and 2 insertions 7c per word per insertion. 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