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Jp I,- I- 54 , Wednesday, June 27, 1973 the Ottawa Journal Dncns 6 IS Today and tomorrow ' TODAY Public swimming, Sportsplex. noon till 1.30 p.m., 6.30 till 8.15 ' p.m., for adults 8.1S till 10 p.m. Moms' and tots' skating, Sportsplex' 1 till 3 p.m. Legal aid clinic, 1683 Merivale Rd., 6 till 9 p.m.. Commencement, Ottawa Technical High School, 8 p.m. TOMORROW , . Public swimming, Sportsplex, noon till 1.30 p.m., 6.30 till 8.15 p m., for adults 8.15 till 10 p.m." Painting course, techniques of . oil and watercblors, 1683 Merivale Rd., 1.30 till 3.30 p.m; Tour of James Ensor display, National Gallery, 8 p.m. , Commencement, Ri&au High School, 8 p.m.. ... 2. Births BIS SON Len (Skippy) and Pat (hee O'Brien) wish to an nounce the arrivalof a boy, Stephen John, on June 25, 1973 at the Riverside Hospital, brother for David. BOURIS Bill and Karen (nee Raymond), are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughters, -Thalia, 5 lbs. 12 , ozs., and Jenna, 5 lbs. 9 ozs., .June 24, 1973. First grand children for Mr. and Mrs. Lu-. cien Raymond and Mr. and .Mrs. George ' Bouris. Special thanks to Dr. B. Ivey, Dr. Solo way and the Ottawa Civic caseroom staff. CROOKER James and Ann (nec Angus) are pleased to announce the arrival of a son, Matthew James, on June 26, 1973, at Bridsewater, N.S. DRURY Fraser and Aline (nee Lcgault) are happy to announce the' birth of a daughter at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, 8 lbs., 8 oz. June 25, 1971 Both doing well . GILMOUR Bart and Peggy (nee Douglas) are pleased to announce the arrival of a son, Andrew, 6 lbs., 13 oz. at the Civic Hospital, June 24, 1973. A brother for Debbi. HICKS Bob and Kathy (nee Campbell) are proud to announce the birth of a a son, ' Joshua William John Hicks, 6 lbs. 15li oz. at the Grace Hospital June 26, 1973. A brother for Sarah. Thanks to case- room staff and Dr. Burgess. INDEX TO CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS Vltot Statktftas 1. Adoptions Birth X Deaths 4. ObttuorK I. Lost e. Found Net ices: 11. In Memorloms 14. Anniversary Maw IV. Card of Thank 1. Funerol Director 17. Cemetery Memorial 17a Cemetery Lot 15. Societies ond Ledge It. Churche JO. Florist II. Cemeteries 2. Druggist Open Sunday 30. lervk Stations Services i 33. Banquet and Parties 34. Take-Out Food 35. Where to Go 3. Hot and Motel 37. Beauty Solon 38. Nursing Homes 3. Gardening ond Landscaping 4a Ambulance Service RENTALS APARTMENTS HOUSES GARDEN HOMES 54. Apartments to Let 55. Furnished Apartments to Lot 54- Apartment Wonted 57. House Garden Home 5. Furnished Apartments Wonted 5t. Sublets ROOMS 60. Room to Lot 1 Rooms Wonted 42. Room and Board 2A. Short Accommodation PROPERTY 44. Business Opportunities 64, Industrial Properties 65. Property for Sola M. Property for Rent 67. Property Wonted ' 6. Income Property 9. Commereioi Property 7a Out of Town Property 71. Forms for Sola 72. Forms for Rent -i IX Forms Wonteo to Buy 74 Cottooes for Sola 75. Cottooes for Rent 76. Cottages Wanted 77. Cottage Lots for Sal 71 Warehouse Spact 79. Office to Let sa Office Wanted to Let tl. Stores to Let M. Store Wonted to Let 3. Retorts 85. Hunting and Fishing MERCHANDISE Articles! 7. Ski Corner (S. Snowmobile (9. Snow Blower oi. Bicycles 1 I. Cameras, Photo Supplies 91. Article for Sol 93. Article Wonted 4. Article for Rent 5. Article for Swap . V4. Antiques ond Fin Aft 97 Firewood and Fust 98. Market Basket 2. Births (Cont from Preceding Column) KEALEY Kathleen is happy to announce the birth of her brother, Michael, on June 23. Proud parents are Denniscand Joyce (nee Turpin). ' SLATER Ken and Pam (nee Comberbach, are proud to announce the arrival of their daughter, Leanne Elizabeth, 6 lbs., 14 ozs., ori June 23, 1973. . Many thanks to Dr. O. V. Wil son and the caseroom staff. STODDART Ian and Lorna (hee Stephen) are delighted to announce the arrival of Allison Marjorie on June 25 at Ot tawa Civic Hospital, a sister for Karen. : THOMSON Morley and Jane (nee Hopper) are proud to announce the arrival of their first child, a boy, Fraser Mathieson, 9 lbs. at Grace Hospital, June 25, 1973? Spe cial thanks to Dr. Smolkin-and Mothercraft. VALIN -Paul and Christine (nee Laf ranee) proudly an nounce the arrival of their first "child, a girl, Anne-Marie, 7 lbs. 10 ozs , Tuesday, Jurie 26, 1973 at the Ottawa General Hospital. Many thanks to Dr. .Pierre LeMay and caseroom staff.. 3. Deaths BIMM, Ethel Margaret In Bonnechere Manor, Renfrew, Monday, June 25, 1973, Ethel Margaret Shane, beloved wife of Albert Bimm, of Eganville, dear mother of Marie (Mrs. Michael McCabe), of Egan ville, dear sister of .Helen (Mrs. Warden Stump), of Al-ora, Bernice Shane of London, Ont., Douglas Shane of Eganville, Thomas -Shane of Ottawa; grandmother of Judy, Jean, Margo, Kathy and Beth. Also survived by nine greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Laundry Funeral Home, . Eganville. Funeral service in St John's Anglican Church, Eganville, Thursday, June 28 at 11 a.m. Interment in St. John's Anglican cemetery. NATIVE TREES Four species of poplar trees are native to Ontario the aspen, the balsam poplar, the large-toothed aspen and the Cottonwood. 99. Mochlnery ond Equipment 100. Pet Stock 101. Livestock ond Poultry 102. Stamp ond Coins 103. Hobbies 104. Boots ond Motors 10. Compers' Supplies 107. Musical Supplies tat. Rodio Television 109. Household Appliances AUTOMOTIVE . Autos: 119. Auto Leasing 170. Autos for Sal 121. Autos Wanted 122. Auto Accessories 123. Sports Cars 124. Auto Ports Trucks! . 179. Trucks for Sow 130. Truck Bodies Parts 131. Trucks Wanted T rollers! 133. Trailer for Sale 134. Trailers for Rent 135. Mobil Homes for So 134. Mobil Homes for Rent 137. Mobile Homes Moved 138. Mobil Horn Parks 139. Mobil Homes Exchanged Motercyclesi 145. Motorcycles for Sal 144. Motorcycles fur Rent " 147. Scooters for Saw 140. Scooters for Rent Miscelloneevss 151. Goroges 151 Porklng Spoc 153. Winterizing REAL ESTATE '57. Houses for Sol 158. Real Estate Services 159. Condominiums 140. Furnished Houses to Let 11. Furnished Houses Wanted to Let 162. Houses Wonted to Let 141 Houses Wonted to Buy , PERSONALS 16. Personal Memo 177. Transportation Avallobf 178. Transportation Wonted 179. Camps Boys' and Girls' FINANCIAL 185'. Financing' 184, Money Wonted 187. Money Avollobl 188. Mortqooes 189. Investment 190. Patent ond Csy EMPLOYMENT 240. Restaurant Hotel Help 241. Help Wanted 242. Sole Person and Agent 243. Positions Vocont 344. Professional Services 244. Hospltol Help Wonted S4. Employment Wonted 748. Domestic Help 7. Teacher Wanted .250. Tuition 251. Trod School 252. Boby Services MISCELLANEOUS,! 260. Legal 161. Auction 242. At Your Service 3. Deaths (Conr. from Preceding Column) BIRCHALL, Helen On June 26, 1973, at Toledo, Ohio, Hel en Bandur, age 28, beloved wife of Walter Bircball, dear daughter of Andy and Mrs. Bandur of Warren, Mich. Fu-n e r a 1 service in Warreh, Mich., Saturday morning, June 30. Interment Warren, ,Mich. ' c BROWN, Arthur In Gatineau Memorial Hospital, Wakefield, , on Tuesday, June 26, 1973, Ar thur Brown of Kazabazua, age 83, beloved husband of Lola Ogilvie, dear father of Nelson of Brownsburg, Mrs; Stuart Day (Hyacinthe), of Aylwin; Mrs. Harold Hunter (Gen evieve), of ironside; dear brother of Alex and Mrs. Nel lie Ogilvie, both of Kaza- ' bazua; Mrs. Lizzie Lalonde, of "Wiseton, Sask.; also survived by eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Resting at his residence in Kazabazua. Funeral service on Thursday, June 28 at 2 p.m. at Aylwin United Church. ,Buriel Jttfl-crest cemetery. Directions by McCtonnery s Funeral Home i ' . CASSERLV, Mrs. Elizabeth -At her residence on Tuesday, June 26, 1973, at age 99 years, Elizabeth Sigouin, wife of the late Frank Casserly, dear mother of Miss Ida Casserly, Ottawa; Mrs. Glenn Haymes (Muriel), Montana; Mrs. Ar chie Bonneville (Lena), Cornwall; Mrs.S. Doyle (Ethel), Florida; Mrs. Jack Gillard (Mabel), Florida; Mrs. James Sullivan (Alice), Vanier; dear sister of Mrs. Margaret La-tour, Penticton, B.C.; also survived by 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral . Home, 300 Olmstead St., Vanier. Funeral Thursday, June 28, to As sumption Church for mass at 10 a.m. Followed by a ftAe- well service in St. Catherine s Church, Metcalfe. Interment Metcalfe cemetery. CLUFF, Agnes In hospital on Monday, June 25, 1973, Agnes duff, daughter oi the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward duff, be loved sister of Mrs. George D. Spence (Mary), Ottawa, be loved aunt of Richard Spence, Ottawa, and Graeme Spence, Montreal. Resting Hulse and Playfair Ltd. central chapel, 315 McLcod St. Funeral ser vice private at 3 p.m. Wcdnes- day. Interment Pinecrcst cemetery. CROOME, Dr. Robert R. M. Suddenly in Montreal on Friday, June 22, 1973, Dr. Robert M. Croome of Ottawa. DESLAURIERS, Maurice On Moncday, June 25, 1973, Maurice DesLauriers, aged 42, of 22 Stanwood Dr., beloved husband of Huguette Danis, dear father of Donald, Jeanne, and Suzanne, dear brother of Rob ert, Winnipeg; Bertha (Mrs. Clarence Gilchrist), Vancouver; Joan (Mrs. Eric T a p p ) , California, and Frances (Mrs. Robert Mo-ran). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave. iJwest of Woodroffe), where friends may call after 7 p.m., Tuesday. Funeral Thursday to St Maurice's Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. FORWOOD, Henry A. (Harry) In hospital, on Friday, June, 22, 1973, Henry A. Forwood, beloved husband of May (Jo Treganowan), 363 Besserer St., in his 67th year, brother of Mrs. G. Greenlaw (Grace), Toronto, Mrs. Jame Yeadon (Madge), Mrs. James Black-1 more (Edith), Halifax, N.S., and Mrs. T. Saint (Lucy), Kingston. A memorial service will be held at Hulse and Playfair central chapel, 315 McLcod St., 'on Thursday, June 28, at 4.30 p.m. Friends desiring to send a memorial tribute may donate to a charity of thcifchoice. FOWLER, Elaine Olga . In hospital June 23, 1973, Elaine Onley, beloved wife of Dr. William Fowler; mother of Jo Anne Ras, and William of Toronto; sister of Ruth Sisson, Ottawa; Margaret Estes, Ar lington, Virginia, and Charles, Toronto. Memorial service was held at the Unity Church, Toronto. Journal Subscription Rotes SINGLE COPY PRICE: dally 10c. Saturday 25c. BY CARRIER: $34.40 year or 70c a week. BY MAIL) 4.00 month or 140.00 year, delivered anywhere. Saturday only, SOc week or $24.00 year. For further Information call S63-3B11 or writ The Ottawa Journal, 365 Laurler Ave. West, Ottawa, Ontario K1Q 3K4. 3. Deaths (Cont. from Preceding Column) GAUDREAU, Robert - On Monday, June 25, 1973, age 55 years, of 43 Iberville St., son of the late Mr. - and Mrs. Dominique Gaudreau; brother of George, Montreal, Maurice, Lucerne. Emile and Marcel of Hull; several nieces and nephews. 'Resting at Beauchamp Funeral Home Ltd., 171 St. Laurent St., Hull for service on Thursday, June 28 at St. "Bernadetie Church at 8.30 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. GRAVES, George Garland (Paddy) Suddenly at the Ottawa Civic Hospital on , Tuesday, June 26 1973, George Garland Graves, in his 54th year, husband of Marny, ' dear brother of Mrs. John Ley (Joan), 6f Victoria, B.C.; son of theH&te Mr. , and Mrs, George C. Graves. Resting Hulse and Playfair Ltd. (Central Chapel), 315 McLeod St. Service Thursday, 3 p.m. Internment Beechwood cemetery. - s HARTWICK, Ernest At home, Tuesday, June 26, 1973, Ernest Hartwick. age 77, of Killaloe, beloved husband of Annie Schleen, dear father of Ivan, Mrs. Merville Kuehl (Mar- . cella), Willard, Mrs. Gilbert Hein (Dorian), .Charles, and Terence, all of Killaloe; Donald, Huntsville; Mrs. Raymond Kasabuski (Rita), Pembroke; Roy, Sudbury; Orville, Ottawa; Garry, Newmarket. Also survived by 15 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, two brothers and three skiers. Resting at the Zum-mach Funeral Home, Killaloe. Funeral Friday, 2 p.m., First Baptist Church.; Interment Immanuel Baptist xemetery. UOLMESTom G. Suddenly as the result of an accident, Tom G. Holmes, of San Jose, Cal., in his 44th year, beloved husband of Janet Keating; dear father of Paula, Blaine, Shawna, Jason and Bryan; dear son-in-law of Mrs. Jack Turner of Ottawa. Resting at the Darling Fisher Funeral Home, Campbell, Cal. Funeral Thursday. HOAR, Palmer Craig Has been missing and believed drowned, since June 12, 1973. He was 28 years of age, son of the late Staff Sergeant Major Herbert R. Hoar, RCMP, and is survived by his mother, Au drey, of 2293 Prospect Ave., Ottawa, and brothers Brian and Bud. He attended Ridge-mont High School and re ceived his MA in Economics from Queen's University. He was employed by the Federal Dept. of the Environment, at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography and was completing his doctoral thesis for King's College, Cambridge, England. A memorial service was held in United Memorial Church, Halifax, N.S. JURGENS, Gertrude At her residence, 257 Belford Cres., on Wednesday, June 27, 1973, Luclla Gertrude Yourth; beloved wife of William E. H. Jurgcns, sister of Mrs. Alvina 'Thur, Pembroke; Mrs. Adeline Bloedow, Golden Lake; .Mrs., Garfield England (Alice), Pembroke; Mrs. Frank Irwin (Evelyn), Mrs. Gladys McGee, Ottawa; Ed Yourth, Oshawa ; Alfred Yourth, Sudbury, and Harvey Yourth, Los Angeles. .Resting at Hulse and Playfair Ltd., 315 McLeod St. Funeral on Friday, June 29 at 2 p.m. Interment Pinfrest cemetery. KIRK, John Marston In hos-l pital Tuesday, June 26, 1973, John Marston Kirk, 691 Irene Crcs., aged 66, beloved husband of Anne O'Brien, dear father of Mrs. D. Gordon (Pat), brother of Mrs G. Gil-lings (Evelyn), grandfather of Sean. Resting Hulse and Playfair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave., between Woodroffe and Compton. Service Thursday, 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrcst cemetery. Journal Box. Replies 128 134 143 146 158 lf0 163 167 173 174 180 187 188 213 214 215 219 225 236 239 256 264 268 206 306 309 314 315 316 317 321 328 329 331 332 333 335 337 349 350 360 363 366 Replies mailed Juno 26, 1973. 144 221 257 258 262 263 264 268 307 310 311 312 314 316 320 322 324 338 339 341 342 343 344 360 3.; Deaths ICont. from Preceding Column) LALONDE, Rosa On Tues day, June 26, 1973, Rosa Che-nier of, 125 Edmond St., Hull, .age 86, beloved wife of the late -Edmond Xalonde; dear , mother of Bernard of Lu-vcerne, P.Q., Mrs. Emmanuel ..Desjardins (Mirette), of Thurso, Sister Gertrude Lalonde, C.S.C., Villa St., Laurent, Mrs. Rodolphe St. Amour (Georgette), Mrs. j Marc Paquin (Denise), Mrs. Kevin Sullivan (Jocelynei, of Hull; dear sister of Hector, Montreal, Elie and Alfred of Thurso, Mrs. Eva Lauzan, Mrs. Bernedette - Daragon, Mrs. Roy Dray (Lora) of Windsor, Ont., Mrs. Jean Sigouin (Florida), Mrs. Maria Leduc, (Irene) St. Pierre, Hull; 22 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild Michel Tes- sier. Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 101 Notre Dame St., Hull. Funeral Friday in Sacred Heart Church at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. - LARKIN, Carroll Martin - In hospital in Edmonton, Alta. on Monday, June 25, 1973, Carroll " Martin Larkin, age 35, of IS? Lebreton St., beloved son of Grace' (Carroll) Larkin and the late Patrick J, "Larkin; dear brother of Robert, Patrick, Michael; Helena (Mrs. Paul Roy), of Esquimau B.C., Doreen (Mrs. Ken DesLau-rier), of Hammond, Ont. and. Marion (Mrs. Angelo Dome-nico). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. W.- (Center Town), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Friday to St. Anthony's Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. v v LEWIS, Jessie In hospital . Tuesday, June 26, 1973, Jessie Muir, age 87, 1599 Kingsdale Ave., widow of William Lewis; dear aunt of Evelyn Eddy and Joan Proudman; dear friend of Dorothy McCorkell. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset (Center Town). Funeral Service Thursday in the chapel at 11 a.m. Interment Pine-crest cemetery. MacKENZIE, Ian Accidcntal-, ly in Amsterdam,. Holland on ' Sunday, June 24, 1973; Ian Alexander MacKenzie, age 31 years, son of Pipe Major J. T. and Agnes MacKenzie of Max-ville. Funeral service and bur ial in Amsterdam, Holland. McGOVERN, Hugh D. - In hospital on Sunday, June 24, 1973, Hugh McGovcrn (Retired from Dominion Bridge Co., erection superintendent) of 83 Stirling Ave., formerly of Lachine Que., beloved husband of the late Elizabeth McDonald, dear brother of El,- kn Gopcland, uncle of Mildred (Mrs. Larry Dinelle). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 5 85 Somerset M. (.uentre Town). Funeral Wednesday to Holy Rosary Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. McGREGOR, Peter At Renfrew, Ont., on Wednesday, June 27, 1973, -Peter McGregor, age 87 years, beloved husband of the late Mildred Costello, dear father of (Myrtle) Mrs. Duncan McGregor, Almonte; (Muriel) Mrs. Charlie Gale, Pembroke; William and Jack, Renfrew; Peter, of Douglas, and Tom, of Horton. Resting at the McPhail and Perkins Funeral Home, Renfrew, where the funeral service will be conducted on Friday, June 29, at 2 p.m. Interment Horton cemetery. Visitations 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. MAR CELLA, Leo In Ottawa hospital on Tuesday, June 26, 1?73, Leo Marcella, of Renfrew, in his 57th year, beloved husband of Kathleen Freamo, dear father to Philip, Ottawa; survived by his mother, Mrs. Agnes Leclaire, of Renfrew; dear brother to Josephine (Mrs. Ed McDonnell), North Bay; Mac (Mrs. P. J. O'Hafe), North Bay; Mrs. Ted Loft, Vancouver; Mrs. Jean Welk, Vancouver; Gilbert Leclaire, Renfrew. Visitations at the Goulct Funeral Home, 310 Argyle St. South Renfrew. Funeral arrangements incomplete. 3. Deaths (Cont. from Preceding Column) McCREARY, Robert Benson At Smiths Falls on June 26, 1973, Robert Benson 'McCreary, age 76 years, beloved husband' of Minerva McDiarmid; dear brother of Harold and Mrs. Stanley Saunders (Mae), all of Smiths Falls. Resting at the Lannin Funeral Home, Smiths Falls. Funeral service in the chapel Thursday at 2j.m. Interment Hillcrest cemetery. Masonic service Wednesday evening, 8 p.m. ' MULLINS, Rhea Rose In hospital on Wewnesday, June 27, 1973, Rhea Rose D'Aousf, aged 87, beloved wife of - James Mullinsof 271 Lock-hart Ave., loving mother of James of North Miami Beach; Rose (Mrs. William Trotter), of Milwaukee; Edward, 'Lois, ' Kevin and Richard, all of Ot-t a w a ; loving great-grandmother of Jennifer LisowskK Resting at the Kelly Funeral, Home, 2313 Carling Ave. (west of -Woodroffe). Funeral Friday to Our Lady of Fatima Church for mass at 10 a.m,Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Dona-.tions to the Canadian Cancer Society appreciated. SAUWrJERSON, Herbert - In hospital on Tuesday, June 26, 1973, Herbert Saunderson, of 874 Smyth Rd., age 53, be-.loved husband Pearl Montgomery; father of Mrs. David Trick (Linda), Scarborough, Ont; brother of William Saunderson, Mrs. Russell Jones (Helen), Stittsville, Mrs. John Falls (Marjorie), Carp, James Saunderson, England, Willis and John, Saunderson, Ramsayville, Richard, Mrs. Nomari True (Alice), Mrs. Ar chie Gow (Rosalind), Mrs. Milton Duncan (Stella), Mrs Kelvin Tourangeau (Mary), Mrs. Clifford Belanger (Amie), Ottawa; also one grandson. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Ltd. (central chapel), 315 McLeod St. Fu neral on Thursday, June 28, at 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial, Gardens. Those who wish may make donations to the Cancer Society. STEEVES, Mrs. Beatrice In nospitai, Cornwall, unt, on Monday, June 25, 1973, Beat rice Beaudom Piche, aged .71 years, wife of Thomas Steeves. Resting at Ringrose Brothers Funeral Home, Campbells Bay, Que. Funeral Thursday, June 28 to St, Charles Church, Otter Lake, Que., for funeral mass at 10.30 a.m. Burial in parish ceme tcry. SERENEY, Jessie In hospital on June 24, 1973, Jessie Wil son, widow of James G. Sere- ney, mother of Mrs. Gordon Saunders (Dorothy), and Stuart. Resting at Hulse and Playfair central chapel, 31S McLeod St., after 7 p.m. Mon day. Service Wednesday, 10 a.m.- Interment Arnprior, Ont. TUNNEY, J. Emmett In hos pital, St. Clair Shores, Mich., on Monday, June 25, 1973, J. Emmett Tunney, 6on of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tun ney, of Ottawa, beloved hus band of Vernonica Leblanc, father of Mrs,. Philip D'Agostino (Colleen), Law rence A., Stephen E., and the late Joan and Michael, all of Detroit; brother of T. Edward, Mrs. Emmett Stapleton (Muriel), Mrs. F. M. Johnson (Agnes), of Ottawa, Sister Evelyn Tunney, S.O.S., Edson, Alta., Sister Helen Tunney, G.S.I.C., of Penetanguishene; also survived by six grandchildren. Funeral Thursday to Queen of Peace Church, St. Clair Shores. VEITCH-DRAPER LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS Greer, Elltabeth Ann. PARKDAIJ CHAPEL - 728-4673 BANK ST. CHAPEL - 236-0668 VICE & CRAIG LTD. 'UNERAL HOMES METCALFE WINCHESTER ' CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 One convenient telephone . number serves oil 3 locations. Deaths L (Cont. from Preceding Column) VANASSE, Mrs. Adjutor On Wednesday, June 27, 1973, aged 78 years, Marie Alber- ' tine Blais, wife of the late Adjutor Vanasse, beloved mother . of Gerald of Ottawa; dear sis- , ter of Mrs- Ernest Camp eau (Adeline), Toronto; Mrs. Adelard Dinelle (Alexandrine) and Mrs. Harry MacDonald (Joanna), Ottawa; six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. Resting at the Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 7 Fairmont Ave. Funeral mass at St. Francis of Assisi Church on Friday at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. ZELNICK, Gertrude In hospital, on Wednesday, June 27, 1973, age 83 years, wife of the late Israel Zelnick, dear mother of Minnie Nadelle, Ottawa; Sara Cowan, Buffalo, N.Y;; dear sister of. Rose Postel, Hillel Lodge, Ottawa; Freda Lipson, Ottawa; Phillip Sher- f man, Toronto; Harry Sher-m a n , Ottawa; also eight grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Please omit flowers, donations . made, to your favorite charity. Funeral Wednesday, 3 p.m. Resting at the Jewish Community Chapel. Interment Jewish Com-menty cemetery. Shiva 577 JDovercourt Ave., Ottawa. HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED - ' . Saunderson, H. Kirk, J. M. Graves, George Garland (Paddy). Centre! Chapel West Chopel 233-1143 723 1761 5. Lost BIFOCAL GLASSES, DARK PLASTIC frame and case. 225-5I7S. BROWN LEATHER ZIPPERED BRIEF case, vicinity Birch Avenue. Tuesday morning. Reward. 746-7670. DARK BLUE BANK WALLET, IN taxi cab, Jun 20, reward. 7U-4949. CHURCHILL-AVONDALE. SMALL lono-holred cat, white with grey. Reward. 722-1561. GOLD AND PEARL BRACELET, ONE charm. St. Laurent Shopping Centra. Reward. 224-3076. JACKET, CONTAINING PAPERS, Box e, Form jot. 649-91. LADY'S WATCH, ATOR FROM IGA Rideou Street to Murray ond Chopel. 23M726. LOST VICINITY OF ALBION ROAD south of Blossom Pork, lorge silver-grey husky. Has leather collar and chain collar. Ho togs. Reward. 122-244. LOST, LADY'S GLASSES. OVAL shape between Feotherston and Ploy-folr Pork, 31-OI69. LOST TUESDAY, BREWER PARK area, brown wallet, 232-2110, reword. MALE SIAMESE CAT. PORTLAND. Ont. orea. Answers to Nero. Any Information pleas call 272-273$. MAN'S EYEGLASSES, MIRACLE Mart Plaia, Carling Ave. area. 521-3979. ar MAN'S BIFOCAL PLASTIC FRAMEO ; I glasses, Sunday evening, Elgin be tween MacLaren and Lewis. 992-0429, 733-503. PASTE BROOCH, CROWN DESIGN, since June 14, Elgin, Glodstone, Met. colte, Frank areo. Reward. 231-3513. PLEASE CALL 733-7133 IF YOU HAVE seen grey and white long haired bob-tailed cat. Identification on collar, lost from 112 Heath St., Alta Vista. Wednesday afternoon. PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSES, WITH cose. In front of Cor I ton Towers. were placed In 1965 Meteor. Would owner of ttws cor pieose con.746-364. Reward. PURSE, BLACK, NEPEAN STREET. Important papers ond keys. 777-i0i. REWARD FOR HENRY, BROWN Tabby male kitten, missing from Riverdale Avenue area. 235-2M7. TABBY CAT, MALE. FUR SHAVED from hind leg. :25-22. TERRIER POODLE, BLACK CURLY hair, downtown area. Licence No. lit. 234 5(29, 60 Third Avenue. WHITE CAT WITH ORANGE SPOT on heod, bock ond toil. Reword. 992-1340, doyst 233-9470, evenings. WHITE NEUTERED MALE CAT, Glebe, needs daily medication. 2J4- 2625. WHITE ROYCE UNION 10-SPEED, taken from outside C.T. store r He ron Road. Generous reward. 733-2137. WHITE SAMOYED, MALE, TWO years old, yanier-Overbrook area. 741-1611. WHITE RABBIT, MERIVALE GAR dens, lost setnJune 15. SM-2597 $30. BETWEEN PENHILL AVENUE- , Elmvale Shopping Centre. Reward. 731-0882. , " BROWN RAWHIDEUITCASES. 1 olive ottorhe ccse with importont papers. .749-4744 ; 745-4494, anytime. $10 REWARD FOR VALUABLE PA. pers from wallet lost payiess Groceryj . . v -1 -j . , a .i.i - I lure, r-nuuy, un u. e.-jr. REWARD MALE NEUTERED SIAMESE CAT. blue cellar, 2 bells. Disappeared June 7, orea Leopold Drive ond VeiH B Via. WITH WIWWII. UIIM WfW. Revelstoke. Answers to Tonka. Please contact 733-7109 or 733-9411 Found ALL WHITE, YOUNG FEMALE CAT real pet, Woodrotte and Iris. 224-0450. CHILD'S-BUCKSKIN"jACKET76REW. r Park. 731-6491. 4 dTaMON DR I NO " Wl THR E DRUBY found vicinity Holland ond Scott. 722- 7975, ofwr. FOUND, MAN'S WATCH, ON HAZEL Street, Otto wo East. 233-2816. FOUND, RADIOviCINlTY BRIT-annla area, 121-0746! MALE SEALPOINT SIAMESE CAT, after 6 p.m. 745-1050. SIAMESE CAT, NEPEAN AREA. 2i- 3. 3v,rft Memoriams CAMPBELL -t' In momory of De Campbell who passed away June 27, 1972. We mourn for him who was our love, For him, we could not save For him, so silent In his grave For him, that love still lives. Dlxona, Kathy and Keltha.- CAVANAGH to tod ond loving mem. . ory of a dear ton, brother ond uncle, Gary Covonogh, who passed away so suddenly on June 27, 1971. Till memory fades and life deport You live forever In our hearts. Sadly, missed. Th 'Family. .. " " ' " EARLE In fond ond loving memory of a dear son ond brother, Robert Allan (Bob), who passed away on Juno 27, 1958. Love's greatest gift Remembrance. The Fomtly. ; SOY, Hugh Emerson In loving memory of a dear husband ond father, who died June 27, 1971!. Not lust today, but every day, In silence we remember. May his soul rest in '.peace. Gregorian Massv . " St. Anthony's Church. Wife Eleanor (Tierney) Roy ond Son Bill. ' it-' WEEDMARK In loving memory of Mrs. Rex Weedmark (Mary.), dear mother ond grandma, ' who passed away June 27, 1965. God sow you getting weary, Sa He did what He thought best, He com ond stood beside you And whispered com ond rest. You wished no one a last farewell Mat even sold goodbye, v You had gone before we knew It And only God knows why. Loving remembrance by . The Weedmark FomJIy.- WOOD In fond and loving memory of pur deor dad who departed this Hfe June 27, 1966. God has taken you home' . But your memory wlrl live In our hearts forever. , Sadly missed. ' Winnie ond George.' . . . - p YOUNG In loving memory of my deor son. O'Arcy B. Young, who passed away Jun 27, 194, Remembrance Is a golden chain Death tries to brook, but oM In voini To have, to love, ond then to part Is the greafest sorrow of one's heart. Daddy. 15. Cards of Thanks INGERSOLL An acknowledgement of thonks, to relatives, frlends ond neighbors for florol bouquets ond klndiess received for William Frederick (Benny) lngersoll ond especially to the members of thai RCMP Veteran.' Association, members of the Force, ond to Dr. Kloussen and Mr. McMIWon ond stoff of the Cono-dlon Cancer Society, In our Mm of grief. Mrs. W. fr Ingersoll and Family. , KILGOUR, Mr. John (Jack) Wa wish to. extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts cf kindness, messages of sympathy, and beautiful floral offerings, from relatives and . friends. In our recent bereavement In the loss of a dear husband and loving father. Special thanks to Rsv. John McDowell. Our special prayers to Nanny and Grampa Kllgour. Mrs. Kathleen Kllgour and Family. POULIN, Mr. Joseph Wa wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for tn acts of kindness, massages of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings received from neighbors, relatives and many friends. To ch and everyone who has helped us through thes days of sorrow, w can only say, thank you so much. Wit Mrs. Joseph Poulin and Feflmly. OUINN We extend our sincere tnonfcs to relatives ond friends tor spiritual offerings, florol tributes ond messages of sympathy received In the recent death of my deor husband, father ond oiundtultwr. Speclol thonks to doctors ond stoff W GaH neou Memorial Hospital, Wakefield, Que. Mrs. John Ouinn ond Fomlly. 16. Funeral Directors .Acme, 0fcRT AND GAOtHlEK ftegd. 737-.1MO, ISO Besserer i 30f Oirr.ileoV; 7 Fo.fmont; 2J9 S!. Pot-nek; ici No're Dame 17 A- Cemetery Lots CAPITAL MEMORIAL GARDENS, one 2-grove plot. In Garden of the Last Supper. 1-489-3152, offer 6. CAPITAL MEMORIAL GARDENS. on four-grav plot, Christus Gor-den. 236-3517. . CAPITAL MEMORIAL GARDENS, 4 spaces. Sermon On The Mount, $400. 125-2150. 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED . To Say Whaf Words Cannot . . SYMPATHY FLOWERS FROM FINE'S "7 locations to Serva You" 236-0801 209 RIDEAU STREET 33. 4 Nursing Homes FETHERSTO NHAUGH MANOR, Kemptvllle, exclusively for senior citizens, private, several vacancies for "no Core" pctlents. 1-25$ 2888-. MATURE HOUSEKEEPING HELP wanted, Medex Centre, 1865 Baseline Rd. - ' RETIREMENT LODGE FOR ELDER-ly. Glebe, semi ond private rooms. 234-0590, daytime. 39. Gardening and landscaping CLEAN FILL TO GIVE AWAY. CALL 43-T4J. GRASS AND HEOGE CUTTING, planting, tertiiire, weed ond seed or reasonable rates. 733-774. PATIOS, CEDAR HEDGES, FOUN0A- tions, TC. 235-9073, 735-3315. PATIOS, CEMENT WORK, CEDAR hedges, planted ana trimmed. Free estimates, I year guarantee. Ask for Ed. 238-3739; 232-9772. onytlme. ROTOTILLING GARDENS AND lawns. 731-5932. NOVICE LANDSCAPER HELP WITH YOUR GARDEN AND lawn, c. My shovel M my best friend. Bob, 521-389.

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