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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • Page 26

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"in Hi yu ID UP u1 'WW 1 tf I ll' I' -n j- 1" myyimTiniiiii'iii The Citizen's classified advertising section Phone 236-4545 Want Ads accepted until 9 p.m. tonight Phone 236-4545 200 Female Help Wanted 60 Cards of Thanks 1120 Lost and Found 30 Death Notices Weekend deaths. 30 Death Notices NOBLE Thomas Joseph in hospital on Saturday, August 7, 1965. Thomas Joseph Noble, 1214 Foxbar Avenue, aged 67 years, beloved husband of Zoe Morton, and dear father of Reginald, Muriel (Mrs. Henry Men-drik), and Angelie (Mrs. Lawrence Rees). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (centre town). Funeral Monday to Immaculate Heart of Mary Church for Requiem High Mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame. 66 O'BRIEN, Veronica On Sunday, August 8, 1965, in hospital, Veronica Mordova-nic, beloved wife of Thomas O'Brien, age 24 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mordovanic, mother of Katherine, sister of George, in Czechoslovakia, and Mrs. Mike Farbar (Mary), Gatineau. Funeral Wednesday from Sylvio Blais Funeral Home, 185 Maloney Boulevard West Gatineau, to St. Aloysius Church, for Requiem High Mass at 9 a.m. Interment Parish Cemetery 67 Angelo. In hospital, Thursday, August 5, 1965, Angelo Parisella, 11 Larch Street, age 53 years, beloved husband of Maria Dorefice, dear father to Antonio, Michel, Maria (Mrs. Pasquale Roberti), and Vincenzzo (Mrs. Guiseppi Pao-lozzi), brother to Luciano and Andrea. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Monday to St. Anthony's Church for Requiem High Mass at 7.45 a.m. Interment Notre Dame 66 30 Death Notices SWERDFAGER, Fanny At the residence of her son-in-law, Edgar Pettapiece, 810 Edgeworth Avenue, on Friday, August 6, 1965, Fanny Allen, widow of Alonzo Swerdfager, formerly of Os-goode, in hes 90th year, beloved mother of Mrs. A. W. Warren (Verna), Mrs. T. E. Pettapiece (Gladys), and Allen B. Swerdfager, all of Ottawa, sister of Mrs. J. E. Hicks of Osgoode, Mrs. W. H. Hicks, Kingston, survived also by three grandchildren, Penny and Peter Warren and Mrs. B. J. Benoit (Jean Swerdfager), three great grandchildren, Nancy, Kim, and Richard Benoit. Resting at Veitch-Draper Limited, Bank Street at Car-ling Avenue, service in Chapel Monday at 3:15 p.m. Interment Reid's Mill Cemetery 66 THERRIEN. Mary Agnes Suddenly at her late residence, 60 Coldwater Street East, Orillia, on Saturday, August 7, 1965, Mary Agnes Jones, beloved wife of James Alfred Therrien, dear mother of James Edward of Calgary, dear sister of Gertrude, Alice, Leo and Ida (Mrs. J. J. Connolly), all of Ottawa, and Arthur Jones, of Toronto. Resting at White and Morris Funeral Home, Deseronto. Requiem High Mass at St. Vincent de Paul Church on Tuesday, August 10 at 10 a.m. Interment St. Vincent de Paul Cemetery 66 TODD Kennith M. In hospital on Saturday, August 7, 1965. Kennith M. Todd, beloved husband of Dorothy Roberts, 1285 Dorchester in his 41st year. Son of John P. Todd and the late Mrs. Mabel Todd, father of Gwendolyn, Barry and Ken, at home. Brother of Jack, Robert, Clifford, Gordon, Mrs. L. Black (Edith), Mrs. C. Boland (Audrey), Mrs. C. Craig (Beverley), Mrs. R. Delaney (Ruth), all of Ottawa, and Mrs. L. Dallaire (Violet), of Richmond, Onr. Resting at Hulse and Playfair central chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. 66 WEBB, Patricia Ann In hospital at Vancouver British Columbia, Thursday, August 5, 1965, Patricia Ann Shaw, beloved wife of Lieutenant J. F. Webb of Brandon, Manitoba, daughter of W.O.I E. J. Shaw and Mrs. Shaw, 2643 Conn Street, Britannia. Hulse and Playfair, West Chapel. Time of arrival and funeral notice later 67 30 Death Notices LAROCQUE, Margaret In hospital Sunday, August 8, 1965. Margaret Groves, Low Quebec, age 66 years, widow of Isadore Larocque, dear mother to Clement, Raymond, Lorenzo, Louis and Lurina (Mrs. Laurent Pet-rin) sister to John, Anthony, Hannah (Mrs. Charles Marleau) Agnes (Mrs. Denis Charron), Doris (Mrs. Tom Laroque), Mrs. Barbara Chamberlain. Resting at the Gannon Residence, Low, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday to Holy Cross Church, Fieldville for Requiem High Mass at 10 a.m. Interment parish Cemetery 67 LEWIS May in hospital on Sunday, August 8, 1965. May Powers, 500 Metcalfe Street, widow of Clarence in her 85th year. Step-mother of Dr. Clarence, Toronto, Dr. George, Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Dr. John, Tim-mins, Ontario, dear aunt of Geraldine, Gerald and Harry McCauley, Ottawa, and Milton Putman, Holden, Massachusetts; sister-in-law of Robert W. McCauley, Ottawa. Resting at Hulse and Playfair central chapel. Service on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment at Beechwood Cemetery. Friends desiring to send a memorial tribute may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 386 Mac-Laren Street. 66 LoGUISTO Frank, suddenly in hospital in New York on Sunday, August 8, 1965. (formerly of Ottawa) Frank LoGuisto of 2301 Rose Street, Regina, beloved husband of Eleanor Weekes, father of Bonnie and Edward. Interment at Regina. 66 MACPHERSON Elizabeth Kirk, in hospital at Ottawa on Friday, August 6, 1965. After a long and useful life. Widow of George Crawford MacPherson, Summers 1 Prince Edward Island. Dearly beloved mother of Mrs. C. R. Dennis (Jean) of Warren, Oiiio; Mrs. Bennison Craig (Margaret), Boston, Massachusetts; Mrs. Reginald U. Lester (Dorothy) and Mrs. John F. Currie (Mildred), both of Ottawa Service was held from Hulse and Playfair central chapel, 315 McLeod on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Interment at Summerside, Prince Edward Island. 66 MAZZA, Giuseppe Accidentally on Friday, August 6, 1965, Giuseppe Mazza, 98 Sweetland Avenue, age 36 years. Beloved husband of Elizabeth Fruci, dear father to Francesco, dear brother to Mrs. Vittoria Braccia and Rosa (Mrs. Vincenzzo Dattilo). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street. Funeral Monday to Saint Anthony's Church for Requiem High Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Iacurso, Italy 66 WA1TRKSS for dining room, day shift by Cafe Le Diplomat. Apply In. person. 1 Montcalm Hull 68 ANOTHER real estate sales woman required In earn better than average income. Earn while you learn. Leads supplied. Car essential. Member of Ottawa Real Estate Board MLS listing system. In reply please call Mr. Wong. 233-4024, Leslie Wong Company Realtor. 360 Bronson tat Gil-mour) 348-66 SALES help urgently required. would like to interview you for our sales statf if you are ambitious and have a flair for fashion. Pleasant working conditions with a i day week. We would prefer that you have some selling experience and speak both French and English perfectly. Middleman's, 208 Sparks St. 75 LADY partner wanted for sound enterprise. Age between 45 55. Energetic, willing, able to work. Confidential. Box 233 Citizen 68 IMMEDIATELY, experienced legal dictaphone-typist, references. Box 232 Citizen 68 WAITRESSES wanted. Apply in person. Lido Tavern. 73 Sparks 68 EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Apply in person. Russell Hotel, Sussex St 66 CASHIER, groceteria experience, IGA, Canterbury at Arch. 731-4871 66 EXPERIENCED clerk typiat required by general insurance company. Gcod opportunity for advancement, for interview caH Mr. Tewsley. 235-6735 7 SHIRT press operator, steady employment, good working conditions. Apply in person. Classic Cleaners, 1067 Wellington 4-152 WAITRESS, experienced, evening work. Apply in person Parkway Restaurant, 1 Beechwood 70 EXPERIENCED waitress, U.S0 am to 8.30. Apply 281 Kent 77 LADY required for new fabric dept. Experience in sales, ordering, and display of fabrics desirable. All com-panv benefits supplied. Apply Mr. Parks, Singer Co. of Canada, 104 Rideau 67 GIRL over 18 to wash windows, full time employment. Apply in person only, Mini Car Wash. 270 Catherine 70 CERTIFIED nursing assistant, general duties, small chronic hospital. 232-4743. between 9 and 5 only 70 QUALIFIED seamstress, haute couture, private business, experienced only, best wages. Apply in person. National Employment Service, 385 Slater 70 SWITCHBOARD operator, cashier, and general office clerk. Must be bilingual. Apply In person only to Mr. Dobson, Canadian Tire. 248 Mi'Arthur Rd. 68 CAPABLE woman, part time kitchen work. Sat. and Sun. 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Also help out during vacation periods. Woodroffe and Richmond Road area, no students. 729-2451 70 CLERK-typist with bookkeeping experience, required immediately. Permanent position, east end of city. Box 213 Citizen 248 NURSE wanted for clinic to give treatments, training available. 234-1046 69 HAIRDRESSER, steady position. Salon Pandora. 233-2153 69 EXPERIENCED legal secretary for senior partner of busy congenial downtown law firm. Duties to commence approximately Sept. 15 or 30. 236-7161 69 EXPERIENCED bookkeeper-receptionist required for law office. 233-4083 69 PERSONAL SECRETARY TYPING and bookkeeping essential. Interesting position. Mi days only. References. Box 221 Citizen 68 SHIRT CHECKER EXPERIENCED girl for modern shirt checking dept. Top wages, days. 571 Bronson 66 GIRL WAFTED For West End Office. Duties will include collections and general office work. Must be able to type. 5 day week. BOX 204 CITIZEN Business Opportunity RESPONSIBLE woman with sales experience to take over an established dry cleaning agency, without any investment. PREVIOUS experience in dry cleaning industry and bilin-gualism are assets but not essential. Applicants under 25 need not apply. SPIC AND SPAN CLEANERS 301 Bank C'mon In! The Jobs Are Fine! Personnel Pool puts you in the swim for the best part time jobs in many of Ottawa's leading business firms. You choose the way you want to work! Call now-regardless of the hour 232-2444 Personnel Poo! Ottawa's FIRST Employment Centre 200 Female Help Wanted Continued On Next Page Subscription Rates By mall 10 Canadian, British Com monwealth and CAPO addresses 81 50 per month. M.25 for 1 months. 17 50 for months, 115 per -year. By mail to. Foreign Countries fln-cludlng U.S.A.) $3 per month. $32 per year. The rate for carrier delivery In towns and In Ottawa and suburbs is 45c per week, payable to the carrier boy. Authorized is second class man. Post Office Deoartment. Ottawa FOGARTY, Catherine In hospital Sunday, August 8, 1965; Catherine Fogarty (formerly of Fallowfield), age 89 years, daughter of the late Daniel and Margaret (O'Grady Fogarty. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street, (Centre town), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday to St. Patrick's Church, Fallowfield, Ontario for Requiem High mass at 10 a.m. Interment Parish Cemetery 67 GAMMAN, Rowland James Suddenly in hospital on Friday, August 6, 1965, Rowland Gamman (city employee). Beloved husband of Bernadette Hebert, 468 Elgin Street, in his 62nd year. Brother of Mrs. Clinton Benedict, Mrs. J. Bruce Gibson, and Alfred W. Gam-man. Resting at Veitch-Dra-per Limited, Bank Street at Carling Avenue. Service in Chapel Monday, 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood Cemetery 66 HADDAD, Mrs. Faris On Friday, August 6, 1965, at her home 90 Hotel De Ville Street, Hull; Foumille Mal-ouf, wife of the late Faris Haddad, age 92; mother of Abel, Hull; Moader Ottawa; Miss Adele, Hull; 2 grandchildren. Resting at Gauthier and Company, 101 Notre Dame, Hull. Funeral Tuesday 7.40 a.m. Requiem High Mass at Notre Dame de Grace Church at 7.45. Interment Hull Cemetery 66 HARTREE, Mary Lee In hospital on Saturday, August 7, 1965, Mary Lee Hartree, age 19 years, dearly loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Hartree, 1249 Randall Avenue, dear sister of Ron, Carolyn, Susan and Linda. Resting Mc-Evoy Brothers, 235 Kent Street. Funeral Tuesday to Immaculate Heart of Mary Church for Requiem High Mass at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery 66 JONES, Owen M. In hospital Sunday, August 8, 1965, Owen M. Jones, 1263 Cador-na Avenue, formerly with B.O.C., beloved husband of Mary Staley, father of Sharon and Christopher. Resting Hulse and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron between Woodroffe and Compton. Service Wednesday 11 a.m. Cremation. Friends may call Monday and Tuesday evenings between 7 p.m. and 9.30 p.m. 67 KAVANAGH, Margaret In House of Providence, King- ston, Ontario, Saturday, August 7, 1965, Margaret McGee, in her 77th year, beloved wife of Charles Kavanagh, Ajax, Ontario; dear mother of Detroit; Edwin, Ajax; Reginald, Vancouver; Priscilla, Montreal and Desmond, Bronte. Resting at Ringrose Brothers Funeral Home, Campbells Bay, Quebec. Funeral Wednesday, August 11, to St. Elizabeth Church, Vinton, Quebec, for Requiem High Mass at 10 a.m. Burial Parish Cemetery 67 LAFLAMME, Aalonzo On Sunday, August 8, 1965, suddenly at his home, Orleans, Ontario; Alonzo Laflamme, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Laflamme (Albina Bissonnette); dear brother of Rene, Gaston, Hector, Aline, Mrs. Electa Cote, Mrs. Rodolphe Champagne (Evelyne) and Mrs. Leo Richer (Eunice); age 54. Resting at Racine and Robert Limited, 300 Olmstead Street, Eastview. Funeral Wednesday to St. Joseph's Church, Orleans, for Requiem High Mass at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame 'Ottawa 67 LAMONT John in hospital on Saturday, August 7, 1965. John Lamont, 982 Telford Avenue, aged 61 years, husband of the late Alice Sharpe, dear father of Mrs. William Brown (Anne), Ottawa. Service was held from Hulse and Playfair central chapel, 315 McLeod Monday at 11 a.m. Interment at Pinecrest Cemetery. 66 Honor actor HOLLYWOOD (AP) Fellow thespians who have paid their last respects to character actor Everett Sloane, who police say took his own life in despair over failing eyesight. Sloane, 55, was found dead in his home Friday. Ed Wynn, Kenan Wynn, Raymond Massey and Jim Backus were among 200 persons who attended Sloane's funeral GLASSES, ladias with gold chain, re ward. 748-ieM LOST Rendezvous black wallet. At least please return papers. 68 LOST. Prescription sunglasses in red case: also black case. Bank St. bus between Flora and Heron Road. 733-4801 6Vi CAT grey and white male, with collar, old. Lost vicinity City View. Reward 224-3215 7 LOST, dark rimmed, boy's glasses. vicinity Bans WALLET, vicinity West End. Reward. 235-9779 67 CAT, male, black, vicinity Manor Park, early Sunday morning. 233-6466 67 BROOCH, small bow shape, lost July 26. West End or bus. Keepsake. Reward. 828-3020 66 140 Florists FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED NOW 3 LOCATIONS 232 Bank St. 236-7261 2216 Car'tog Ave. 722-4241 Riverside Dr. 822-1743 162 Transportation LEAVING for Cape Breton. Nova Scotia Aug. 10. accomodate 2. 726-0362 66 ANYONE interested in joining gentleman touring MartUmea by car. Sept. 7 22? Transportation provided free. Box 244 Citizen 69 DRIVING to Montana and Alberta, August 16. accommodation available. 235-2378 68 VIEWMOUNT Drive to Brooke Plaxton Tunney's Pasture. Mon. to Fri. 224-3654 75 YOUNG man looking for ride to Halt-fax on Sept. 1. Will share expenses. Box 269 Citizen 67 MOTORING New York. Aug. 12, returning Aug. 18. room for 3. 234-7817 67 DRIVING to Vancouver. Aug. 28, returning Sept. 22. share driving, expenses, 2 or 3 passengers. 745-9707 67 TRANSPORTATION required from Ma-notick vicinity to Ottawa. Mon. to Fri. 828-0515, evgs. 68 DRAG RACERS ORGANIZING a busload to Deseronto, Eastern Canada Finals. August 15. S4 return. For information. 232-4737 149-66 164 Where To Go TRIPLE-L-Ranch riding. Chillren's Day Camp. Careful supervision, transport-1 ation. 74-53i 6 V6 SIGHT seeing cruises, Ottawa River. 6 trips daily. 733-5186 69 168 Baby Services WILL care for child, your home, best references. 235-8933 69 MIND school children, my home, good fenced yard. 729-U20U ri GLEBE, vounff mother will babvsit my home. 232-9571 72 EXPERIENCED woman, will mind children, dailv. my home vicinity Fisher and Shillington. 729-3266 WILL mind child, mv home, fenced yard. St. Laurent Blvd. area. 749-1265 88 RELIABLE babysitter, Eastview, days and evenings. 746-4540 72 TUNWEYS Pasture area. Will mind children mv home, 5 days weekly. Before 4. 728-3837 68 WILL mind child, my home, Morisset Ave. 728-6727 78 WILL mind children, my home, Riverside Hark South. 733-9001 71 WILL babvsit. your home, evenings. Box 225 Citizen 71 WILL mind I or children, live in. 5 day week. 884-4164 87 MOTHER will mind children my home, or wash and Iron. 460 King George 67 WILL mind child, my home. Tunney's Pasture. 728-7496 70 MIND child, my home, 3 years and over. 749-9494 70 MIND children, my home, central, good care, 234-3304 70 BELLS Corners. babysM, near CDC references. 828-2350 67 MATURE girt will babysit anytime. 234-0729 WILL do babysitting, my home, daily. 622 Cooper. 236-3344 WILL babvsit, my home. Mrs. True. 12 Oxtord near Parkdale. Armstrong. 729-6953 69 WILL mind children, my home, fenced yard. River Road. 2 miles south of Uplands. 822-1321 69 WILL mind child, my home, excellent care. 729-2338 69 WILL mind children, any age, my home, Manordale. 825-2716 68 MIND 1 child, mv home, Westgate area, Monday to Friday. 722-2913 78 ALVIN Heights, will mind children. daily, weekly, monthly. 745-7637 68 WILL mind children, my home. Beech near Carliniz. 722-7416 67 GOOD day care for children; Pres; cott Highway area, 825-1245 66 WILL room and board Infant Over-brook area. 746-8675 66 WILL mind 1 or 2 children. 5 day week, over 2 yean west end, 722-1244 6 WILL mind children my home. Monday to Fridav. 114 Lebrun, Apt. 4 near Whitefathers Road 69 200 Female Help Wanted HAIRDRESSER with 3 yrs. experience to take over clientele. Alta Vista Beauty Salon. 232-2665 71 WAITRESS, experienced, day work Apply Superior Restaurant. 418 Preston 78 HAIRDRESSERS assistant, immediately, Mrs. Statham. 733-4407, 822-0834 66 DOCTOR requires bilingual receptionist. Reply in handwriting. Box 210 Citizen 227 EXPERIENCED lenal secretary, shorthand essential. 236-9711 67 AVON CAUJNG HOUSEWIVES. Avon's Christreas fctt lo be unveiled soon. Start learning and earning in a territory ol your own. Take advantage of Ug earnings now. A few territories st available. 232-8585 8 EXPERIENCED SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR with typing MORNINGS ONLY All insurance benefits. Steady employment. APPLY TO SWITCHBOARD 745-6886 By the Canadian Press LONDON Walford Selby, 84, former British ambas-. sador in Lisbon. NEW YORK Victor J. Jerome, 68, chairman of the. United States Communist Party. MONTREAL Jack Marshall, 88, a member of hockey's Hall of Fame. TORONTO Albert G. Hedges, 66, former National Hockey League referee. 10 Birth Announcements ADAIR Bob and Marilyn (nee Clay) are happy to announce the arrival of a son, Allan Joseph, at General Hospital, on Sunday, August 8, 1965. Both well 66 BONNER Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bonner announce with pleasure the birth of a daughter Saturday, August 7, 1965, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. A sister for Andrew. 66 BUSH To David and Peggy (nee Harkness) on August 7, 1965, at Ottawa Civic Hospital, 7 pounds. A brother for Donna, both well 66 CARROLL Leo and Loretta happily announce the arrival of a son on Saturday, August 7, 1965 at Civic Hospital; a brother for Allan and Leonore 66 CLIFFORD Al and Marg (nee MacCarthy) are happy to announce the arrival of a sister (Kimberley Ann) for Stephen on August 9, 1965 at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Both well. 66 DASHNEY Gerald and Margaret are happy to announce the birth of a daughter on Monday, August 9, at the Civic Hospital. A sister for Ellen 66 LACEY Bernard and Helen are happy to announce the arrival of a son on August 8, 1965, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. A brother for Heather, Marie and Kathy 66Vi FULFORD Clayton and Margo wish to announce the birth of a daughter, Donna Lynn on August 7, 1965, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. A sister for Dayle Anne 66 FUOCO Tony and Cathy, announce the birth of a son Christopher Robert, four pounds twelve ounces, Aug-. ust 5, 1965, at the Civic Hos-; pital. A brother for Karen and John. 67 HAMILTON George and Grace Hamilton are happy to announce the birth of their ten pounds, three ounces, baby girl, at Grace Hospital, Saturday, August 7, 1965 66 McKALE To Tom and Beryl (nee McFadden) a son, 5 pounds 15 ounces, on Thursday, August 5, 1965, at the Grace Hospital. Both well. 66 O'REILLY To Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Reilly, on August 8, 1965, at Ottawa Civic Hospital, a son, Martin Joseph, a brother for Kevin 66 RINGHOFER Rudi and Jean (nee Feilitzsch) are happy to announce the birth of a son, Anthony Michael, eight pounds three ounces, on Friday, August 6, 1965, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Both well. 66 THIBAULT To Joe and Ethel at Ottawa General Hospital, Friday, August 6, 1965, a son. Special thanks to Doctor S. T. Victor 67 Don't Put Off Buying That BABY GIFT Do it while you're thinking about it CAPLAN'S Will help you choose the appropriate gift. Caplan's Rideau for Baby Gifts at prices you can afford. We'll deliver them for you FREE. 30 Death Notices DALLAIRE, Sylvio In a local hospital, August 8, 1965 Sylvio Dallaire of 57B Vau-dreuil Street Hull, husband of Elga Desylva in his 48th year, son of Mrs. Alexina Barrette Dallaire, father of Ronald and Carmen, brother of Jean Philippe, France, Horace, Cantley, Quebec, Vincent, Sudbury, Remi and Bernard, Hull, Urbain Bagotville, Quebec, Mrs. Lionel Tremblay (Aline), Mrs. Raymond Beau-champ (Denise), Miss Yo-lande and Roberte, all of Hull. Resting at Gauthier and Company, 101 Notre Dame Street, Hull. Funeral on Wednesday at 7.40 a.m. Requiem High Mass Notre Dame de Grace Church at 7.45. Interment Hull Cemetery 67 NORTON We wish to extend our sin-1 cere thanks and appreciation for thei many acts ol kindness, messages of consolation and sympathy and floral tributes in our sad bereavement in the loss of a beloved husband and lather. Joseph Raymond Norton. Irene Norton and daughters. Lois and Maureen. 67 1 WILLIAMS 1 wish lo express myi sincere thanks to my friends, relatives and neighbors for their kind-j ness. sympathy and' beautiful floral offerings, during the illness and death of my dear husband James Williams. Special thanks to The Ven. J. C. Anderson and Dr. E. M. Young Beta M. Williams (6 70 In Memoriam MURDOCK In fond and loving memory of a dear brother and brother-in-law, Eugene Gordon Mux-dock, who left us suddenly August 1964. Time takes away (tie edge of grief. But memory (urns back every leal. Lovingly rememoerea. Glen and Lm, George and Winnie' 66 I WALLACE In memory of James Wallace, who passed away August 1959. Ever remembered, wife and family. 66 NOTICE The Citizen has prepared a selection of Verse and Memorial Tributes in booklet form. Phone or write Miss Brooks. Classified Depart ment, 236-4545 to obtain your copy if 110 Service Stations Open THE following service stations will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday. August 8. to Saturday. August 14. Some service stations are open for a longer period, please refer to the individual advertisements. B.A. Service Stations GORDIE PANTALONE'S BA Service station. 1096 Wellington Street. 7J8-0017 20 DOC BLAIR BA Service station, 280 Elgin 235-0141 20 BILLINGS BRIDGE BA Servicentre, 1358 Bank St. at Bil-Imgs Bridge Plaza, 733-1882 20 BPCanada Limited TIERNEY'S BP Service station. 841 Richmond 728-4884 20 SUNLIGHT OIL BP Service station Open 24 Booth and Duke St. 232-2044 20 Cities Service CITIES SERVICE ISLAND Park Cities Service station. Richmond Road and Island Park Drive, 722-0110 20 MAURICE'S CITIES Service station. 227 Cumberland at SL Andrew. 232-8558 20 Esso Service Stations BRENT CUTHBERT ESSO Service Station. 989 Merivale Rd and Dover, 728-9311 20 DON CABLE'S ESSO ON Metcalfe Highway 31 at Blossom Park. Phone 822-0133 20 LYNCH'S ESSO Service station, 467 Bronson at Gladstoue. 235-5611 20 EawARD'S ESSO Service station. 690 Bank at Carling. 234-9594 20 Fina ft FINA SERVICE Station. 1847 Bank 20 Shell Stations SHELL CANADA LTD. SERVICE Station. 150 O'Connor St. at Gloucester. 237-0250 20 MARTY QUINN SHELL Service Station. 1251 Wellington at Huron. 728-0026 20 AL MAXWELL'S SHELL Service Station. 337 Sussex Drive. St. Andrew, 234-6131 20 HOULES SHELL Service Station, 901 Carling at Loretta, 728-9227 20 BOB RAFTER SHELL Service Station, 1440 Prescott Highway at Hog's Back 722-7669 20 OPEN ALL THIS WEEK 7 A.M. TO 10 P.M. BILL ARDERN LTD. SHELL SERVICE STATION 2222 CARLING AVE. at Woodroffe 729-8498 OTTAWA 14 Sunoco Stations RON HILL'S SUNOCO SERVICE Station. 1420 Richmond Rd. at Forest, 82S-3962. English Car Specialists 20 BUCHANAN'S SUNOCO SERVICE Station. 1471 Bank Street at Randall. 731-5044 20 JIM SUNDERLAND MAIN Street Sunoco. 123 Echo 233-6710 20 CAMERON SMITH'S SUNOCO Service Station, 1945 Base line 722-0606 Top Valu Gasmarts TO. VALU SERVICE Station, 450 Industrial, open Sunday (not evenings), 733-3923 20 TOP VALU SERVICE Station. Base Line and Woodroffe 722 9014. Open 24 hours 20 TOP VALU SERVICE Station. Queensway and Blair 745-5279. Open 24 hours 20 Supertest Stations PAT DOHERTY'8 SUPERTEST Service Station; 1611 Bank at Heion 733-3411 20 HACK'S SUPERTEST Service Station, 450 Rideau St. at Chapel, 233-5934 20 Texaco Stations PINECREST TEXACO SERVICE station. Base Line Rd. at Pinecrest. 820-3492 29 White Rose Stations BURtHILL'S WHITE Rose Service Station, 1060 Bank cor. Euclid. 235-7720 20 NriL AND KEN'S SERVICENTRE WHITE Rose Service Station, cor. Kent and Somerset. 234-9223 20 Open 24 Hours FRASER POWER GASOLINE 1468 Merivale City View, beside Kim Burger. 66 120 Lost and Found LOST, boy gold Timcx watch, left Vincent Massey Park washroom Sunday. Keepsake 7'6-867 99 WALLET containing $44 lost Sun. near Manotick. 733 68 LOST. Aug. 7. Collie, sable and white. 7 months old. Answers to Derby. Crvstal Beach. Lakevlew area Reward. 828-6651 ENGAGEMENT ring. gold, lost Fridav. in or around Civic Hospital area. Reward. 746-1358 69 RILEY, John Francis at Ottawa Tri Service Hospital Saturday August 7, 1965 John Francis Riley, beloved husband of Ethel Blunt of R.R.I Thurso, in bis 71st year, father of Raymond, Portland, Ontario, Norman, Silver Creek, Mrs. Russell Stewart, Silver Creek. Resting at the Vincent Brunet Funeral Home, 115 MacLaren Street, Buckingham. Funeral Tuesday at 2.15 in St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Buckingham. I rment Parish cemetery 66 ROMBOUGH, Nelson In hospital, Monday, August 9, 1965, Nelson Rombough formerly of Russell, Ontario, in his 90th year, husband of the late Linda Fetterly, and dear father of Wesley of Tamworth, Ontario, Mrs. Fred Hall (Lillian) and Mrs. Harry Hall (Edna), Pres-cott, Seely, Smiths Falls, Ivan, Lome and Arnold of St. Catharines, Emerson, Toronto. Resting at the Warner Funeral Home, Russell. Funeral arrangements later 67 SIMPSON, Mrs. Mary Jane In hospital, on Saturday, August 7, 1965, Mary Jane O'Brien, widow of William Simpson and dear sister of John, Ottawa, James Vincent Angela, Kathleen, and Violet, Gatineau Mills, Ar-ron, British Columbia and Patrick of Ked-die, California. Resting McEvoy Brothers, 235 Kent Street. Funeral Tuesday to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church for Solemn Requiem High Mass at 7.45 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery 66 SLINN William B. in hospital on Saturday, August 7, 1965. William B. Slinn, beloved husband of Pearl Scharf, 189 Crichton in his 77th year. Father of John, Halifax, Bryan and Mrs. Harold Godding (Shirley), Ottawa. Brother of Gordon; Misses Mary, Jessie, Annie; Mrs. R. J. Dawson and Mrs. W. P. Anderson all of Ottawa. Also survived by six grandchildren. Resting at Hulse and Playfair central chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service on Tuesday at 3 p.m. Interment at Capital Memorial Gardens. 66 STEWART, William Henry In hospital, Monday, August 9, 1965; William H. Stewart, in his 83rd year; beloved husband of the late Mabel L. Cross; dear father of Mrs. Eligh Hadash, (Madeline) of Amherstburg, Ontario; Mrs. Charles Foley (Elaine) and W. Lynwood Stewart of Ottawa; also survived by several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Resting at the Rad-m Stewart Funeral Heme, 13)9 Wellington Street. Service in Chapel Wednesday 2 p.m. Interment Bellevue Cemetery 67 Veitch Draper LTD. Funeral Directors Parkdale Chapel. 728-4673 Bank Street Chapel, 236-0668 Bank SWERDFAGER. Fanny Monday, 2 p.m. Chapel GAMMAN, Roland Monday, 2 p.m. Chapel Parkdale SMITH, Robert A. Monday. 11 a.m. Chapel Hulse Playfair Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Central Chapel 315 McLEOD ST. 233-1143 West Chapel 1098 BYRON AVE. 728-1761 LATEST INFORMATION CFRA DAILY 6.30 P.M. JONES. Owen M. LAMONT. John LEWIS. Mav MacPHERSON, Elizabeth Kirk SLINN. William B. TODD. Kenneth M. WEBB. Patricia Ann SERVICE ANYWHERE Our invited and supervised membership in the only worldwide funeral service association makes possible our services. Anywhere McEVOY BROTHERS Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS 235 Kent St. 232-5337 Cemetery Memorials ROBERT Brown and Son, 376 Sparks at Bay. 232-6732. Suite 1877 294 50 Funeral Directors FitED N. Garrett, dignified funerils. moderate charges. 584 Somerset 233-47, 3 8G RACINE and Robert. 260 Besserer 232 9609: Eastview Branch, 300 Olm stead 1H 69 Cards of Thanks HELLARD Mere words are inadequate to express our gratitude to each and evert' one who has helped us through these days of sorrow with beautiful flowers, words of sympathy and deeds of infinite kindness We can only say thank you so m.Kh Special thanks to Canon J. Btiving-toii. Reverend L. McKeown and Reverend B. Monks. Mr. and E. G. Hellard and family (6 McCULLOUGH, Mary Catherine In hospital on Sunday, August 8, 1965, Mary Catherine Rogan, age 63 years, 130 Hawthorn Avenue, widow of William and dear mother of William Toronto; (Margaret) Mrs. Mitchell Smith, Stittsville; Royden A. Vincent (Theresa), Mrs. Nobert Ingram; (Barbara) Mrs. Dewart Hennig; Mary Ellen and June Martha, Ottawa; adopted son Clement Rogan, Port Perry, Ontario. Resting McEvoy Brothers, 235 Keet Street. Funeral Wednesday to Canadian Martyr's Church for Requiem High Mass at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery 67 MORIN, Miss Lucette On Saturday, August 7, 1965, Lucette Morin, dear sister of Paul Emile, Laurent, Gertrude, Blandine, all of Ottawa and Mrs. Gordon Cutts (Carmen), Brantford. Funeral Tuesday from the Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 St. Patrick Street. Requiem High Mass at Sacred Heart Church at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame 66 NICHOLAS, Rosalie Albani At St. Francis Hospital Smiths Falls. Saturday, August 7, 1965, Rosalie Albani Lachaud, wife of the late Frederick Nichols, dear mother of Marie Toronto, Elizabeth and Evelyn, Smiths Falls, Gladys end George of Perth, Tom of Noranda and Gilbert of Ottawa in her 84th year. Resting at. the Blair and Son Funer al Home, 9 West Gore Street, Perth. Requiem mass will be celebrated in St. John's Church, Tuesday, August 10, at 9 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery 66 Member of The Canadian Press The Canadian Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or The Associated Press or Reuters in this paper and also the local news published therein. All rights for republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. The Ottawa Citizen Is published every day except Sundays and statutory holidays at 136 Spark Street. Ottawa 4. Ontario, by The Southam Press limited. Page 26 Aug 9, 1965

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