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. . n .... J Saturday, Jond 30, 1973 ! The Ottawa Journal 53 . M IIP 6 rcns Today, tomorrow and Monday TODAY Steam' locomotive departure v for Ottawa station. National Mu: seum of Science and Technology, 9 till 10 a.m. ; Children's program, National Gallery, 10.30 a.m. Vietnamese athletic competitions, Laurentian High School, non. o Free rides in antique vehicles, National Museum of Science - and Technology, 1 till 5 p.m. Ensor's Etchings lecture.'Tfa-. tlonal Gallery, 3 p.m. - Plays by Pinter, University of Ottawa Drama Guild Workshop Theatre, S9B Laurier Ave. E., 2 and 8 p.m. - 'Canada Day film programs, National Library, 7.30 and 9.30 p.nt Canadian plays, Space Tool " - Company, Space Theatre, St Patrick's College, 8 p.m.' - The Gazebo, Ottawa Little Theatre, 8.30 p.m. TOMORROW Highland Games, Lansdowne : Park, 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. , East Block tours by Heritage Committee, Parliament Hill, 10 i-; a.m. till 4 p.m. " Free rides on-, antique vehicles. National Museum of Set ence and Technology 1 till 5 p.ra. - Opening of Eastvale and La Verendrye parks and Youth Club building, Lamira Daw Billings Elementary School, 1 p.m. Carillon recital, Peace Tower, I p.m. Meet Me In St. Louis, film, National Library , auditorium, 7.30 p.m. Cat People, film, National Library auditorium, 9.30 p.m. MONDAY East Block tours, by Heritage Committee, Parliament Hill; 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Exhibition, The Destruction of Milton Park, Public Service Alliance Building, 233 Gilmour St., II a.m. till 9 p.m. . Free rides on antique vehicles. National Museum of Science end Technology, 1 till 5 p.m.1 . The Gazebo, Ottawa Little Theatre, 8.30 p.m. INDEX TO CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCIMENTS Vital Stottstlcsi t. Adoptions 2. Birth X Death 4. Obituaries 5. Lost 4. Found Notices i ' - 13. In Memortom 14. Anniversary Masse 11 Card of Thank 1. Funeral Director 17. Cemetery Memorial 17a Cemetery Lot It. Societies and Lodge 1. Churches JO. Florists 3U Cemeteries 29. Druggists Open Sunday 1 30. Service Stations Servtcesi SX Banquets and Parties 34. Take-Out Food U. Where to Co 3. Hotels ana Motel 37. Beauty Solon M. Nursing Home 3. Gardening and Landscaping 40. Ambulance Service KINTALS' AFAtTMINTS HOUSES OARDf N HOMIS 54. Apartment to Let t -'55. Furnlshea Apartment to Let M. Aportments Wonted 57. Houses Gorden Home 55. Furnished Apartments Wanted 5. Sublet ROOMS . 60. Rooms to Let 41. Room Wanted 42. Room and Board 62A. Shore Accommodation PROPERTY 43. Business Opportunities 44. Industrial Properties '45. Property tor Sale 44. Property for Rent 47. Property Wonted 68. Income Properly 49. Commercial Property 70. Out of Town Property 71. Farms tor Sal 72. Forms for Rent 71. Farms Wanteo to Buy 74. Cottoqes for Sole 75. Cottoqes for Rent 74. Cottoqes Wanted 77. Cottage Lots for Sal 7. Warehouse Spoc 79. Offices to Let to. Offices Wonted to Let tl. Stores to Let 11 Stores Wonted to Let IX Resorts 15. Hunting and Fishing MERCHANDISE Articles- I 17. Ski Corner U. Snowmobile 19. Snow Blower 90. Bicycles ft. Cameras, Photo Supplies 2. Articles tor Sal ta. Articles Wanted 4. Articles tor Rent es. Articles tor Swoo 96. Antiques ona Fine Art ft. Firewood and Fuel ft. Morket Basket Births DUMARESQ A boy. Hi World! I'm reallv bora now Mv name is Sminkv f alias Jef ferson). I arrived on June 29, 1973 at 4.37 a.m. weighing in at 7 lbs., 7 ozs. My mommy's name is Anne, my dad.' Jac ques. My grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duma-resq and Mr. and Mrs. John Abercrombie. My parents and -I-wish to thank Dr. George Taylor and staff at the Riverside Hospital. Oh, Gramps, don't forget the lifesavers. . HICKS Bob and Kathy (nee Campbell) are proud to announce the birth o a son, Joshua William John Hicks, 6 lbs. 15Vi oz. at the Grace Hos pital June 26, 1973. A brother for Sarah. Thanks to 'case-room staff and Dr, Burgess. KAVANAGH - John and Judy are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their first, Lynne Marie, born June 25, 1973 at the Grace Hospital, p McSWIGGAN ,Tom -and Frances 'McSwiggan (nee Pendergast) are pleased to announce the arrival of a 7 lb., 9 oz. son, Patrick Joseph, on June 27, 1973 at Ottawa Civic Hospital. . PALERMO John and Sue are pleased to announce the arrival of their first child, a son, .Antonino, on June 28, 1973, 6 lbs. 11 ozs. Thanks to Dir. Kronick and caseroom staff of Civic Hospital. " SPENCE George and Lor raine announce the arrival of Andrea Lorraine, 8 lbs., 1 oz. at Grace 'Hospital, a sister for Susanne and Pamela. Thanks to Dr,' Paterson. SWITZER Paul and Corky (nee Dames) are pleased to announce the birth, of their daughter, Donna Grace, 7 lbs. 14 ozs. June 28, 1973. Thanks to Dr. Carson and caseroom staff at the Gvic Hospital. First grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Ivan A. Switzer. Journal Box Replies 134 143 146 158 160 163 167 173 174 180 187 188 214 215 219 225 236 239 243 255 264 268 273 292 306 309 314 316 317 321 328 329 331 332 335 337 349 360 363 366 Replies mailed June 29. 1973. 213 263 339 342 343 344 358 360 373 376 381 ee. Machinery and Equipment 100. Pet Stock 101. Livestock and Poultry . 102. Stomps and Coin 101 Hobbies 104. Boats ond Motor 104. Campers' Supplies 107. Musical Supplies lot. Rodio Television 10V. Household Appliances AUTOMOTIVE Avtesi It. Auto Leasing 170. Autos for Sale 121. Autos Wonted 122. Auto Accessories 121 Sports Car 124. Auto Part T recks t 17. Truck for Sal 130. Truck Bodies. Parts 131. Trucks Wonted Trailers- 131 Trailers for Sol . 134. Trailers for Rent 135. Mobile Homes for Sow 134. Mobile Homes for Rent 137. Mobile Home Moved 13. Mobile Home Parks 13. Mobil Homes Exchanged Motorcycles! 15. Motorcycles for Sale 144. Motorcycles fur Rent 147. Scooters for Sal 14. Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous! 151. Garages - 152. Parking Spoc 151 Winterizing REAL ESTATE 157. Houses for Sol 15. Real Estate Services . 15. Condominiums 160. Furnished Houses to Let 161. Furnished Houses Wanted to Let 162. Houses Wanted to Let 141 Houses Wonted to Buy PERSONALS . 16. Personal Memos 177. Transportation AvolloU 17t. Transportation Wonted 17. Comps Boys' and Girls' FINANCIAL 1S. Financing 184. Money Wonted 1K7. Money Available 1M. Mortgages Id. Investment 10. Patents and Csey EMPLOYMENT 149. Restaurant Hotel Help 241. Help Wanted 242. Soles Persons ond Agents 24l Positions Vocont 144. Professional Service 244. Hospltol Help Wonted 141. Employment Wanted 24t. Domestic Help 4. Tenrher Wonted 250. Tuition 2J1. Trooe School 252. Baby Services MISCELLANEOUS . legal 2isl. Auction 362. At Your Service, 2. 3. Deaths ARMSTRONG, Chester in hospital on Saturday, June 30, 1973, Chester Armstrong, aged 78, Oxford Mills, RR1, husband. of the late Lydia iPratt, Dear father .of Earl. . Brother of Grover, Fulton and. Arthur, " all of North Gower, and Mrs. Allen Dil lon (Grace), Montreal. Rest ing Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptvuie. service in ot James Anglican Church Mor day at 2 p.m. Interment North Gower cemetery. CAMERON, Hazle In hospi tal, on Friday, June 29, 1973, Hazle Knowlton. widow of Dr. Kenneth MacKenzie Cameron, of Ottawa, age 86 years, dear mother of Mrs. A. W. Lewis (Mary), Ottawa; Mrs. R. G McFarlane (Norah), Edmon ton, Alta. Resting- at Hulse and Playfair Ltd. (Central Chapel), 315 McLeod St., after 2 p.m. Sunday. Service on Tuesday 11 a.m. Entombment Beechwood Mausoleum. CARDINAL, Paul Sr. Sudden ly in hospital on Thursday, June 28, Paul Cardinal Sr., beloved husband of Muriel Lester, 14 Lakeway Dr., Rock- cliffe Park, in his 75th year, father'ot Lester and Paul Jr., brother of Lucy, Jeanne and Andy, all of Ottawa; grand father of Paul, Andrea, Lesley-Ann and Barbara. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Ltd. Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Requiem mass at Our Lady of Mount Car- mel Church on Monday at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cejnetery. COWAN, Ross Emmerson In hospital, St. John's N.B., on Friday, June 29, 1973, in his 48th year, Ross Emmerson Cowan, beloved husband of Dorothee Ann Sear; loving fa ther of David and Caroline: - dear son of Mr. and Mrs. William. A. Cowan of Ottawa; dear brother' of Mrs. Frank Morrison (Hazel), of Smiths Falls, Clifford and Pearl (Mrs-. Arnold Acres) of Ottawa and Lloyd of Manotick. Funeral on Tuesday in Saint John, N.B. DINES, John Dawson In - hospital on Saturday, June 30, 1973, after a lengthy ill ness. John Dines of 1869 Lorraine Avenue, in his 60th year, dear husband of Annette Tibault and father of . John C, of Whitehorse, Yukon, and Mrs. Frank Boosamra (Nola), Elaine, David and Brian, all of Ottawa. Survived also by rw grandchildren, Anissa and Paula. Brother of Mrs. George G. Fyke ISolway), of Vancouver. Mr. Dines- was a life member of Yukon Lodge No. 45 AF and AM, and a former District De uty Grandmaster of Atlin-Yukon District No. 11, a member of Yukon Order of Pioneers and of Montgomery Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. Resting Veitch-Draper Ltd., Bank Street at Carting Avenue. Funeral service at St. Mark's Anglican Church, Fisher Avenue, Tuesday, 11 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. Donations to the Cancer Fund would be appreciated. Visitors may call after 2 p.m. Monday. FERGUSON, Duncan John June 29, 1973, in Ottawa hospital, Duncan Ferguson, 66 years. Brother of Dolly (Mrs. Joe Robillard), Amprior and Elizabeth .(Mrs. William Brydges), Galetta. Resting at the Smith Funeral Home, SO John Street, Arriprior. Funeral service Monday in the chapel at 10.30 a.m. Interment Amprior cemetery. 260 Legal REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY Of 0TTAWA-CARLET0N WORKS DEPARTMENT CONTRACT 18-73 Sealed tenders, addressed to the Sec retary tjf the Executive Committee. Re- ?ional Municipality of Ottewa-Carleton, 22 Queen Street, 1 4th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario, KIPSVt, for the Construction of I" and 12" Water Mains In Frlel Street will be received until 11.00 a.m., E D S T., Tuesday, July 10th, 1973, Plans, specifications, Information ond form of tender may be obtained from the Works Deportment. 10th Floor, 222 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario, KIP SV. The Corporation reserves the right to relect any or oil tenders or to oc- cept any tender should It be deemed in tne interest ot trte torporanon so to do, ond In particular. If only one tender Is received the Corporation reserves the right to reject It. W. H. Brunette. Clerk. . v EOT Ottawa, Ontorlo. Deaths (Cont. from Preceding Column) FRENCH In hospital on Sat- urday, June 30, 1973, Laura , Evelyn Fretichj - 59 Fulton ' Avenue, widow of William D. French; in her 81st year. Dear mother of W. Arthur Trench and grandmother of Arthur E. French and sister of. Mrs, Viola Mahoney. Mrs. Harvey Duhaime, Stella, Merrickville.. Restin' Veitch Draper Limited, Bfjok Street at carling Avenue; where H: friends may call after 2 p.m Monday. service in cnapel Tuesday 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. HORAN, Marguerite Sudden- - ly at her residence 1312 Wes- mar Dr., on Friday, June 29, 1973, "daughter of the late Patrick and Margaret Goran and dear sister of Eileen and (Geraldine) Mrs. . J. C. Vail- lent, both of Ottawa and Gerald of Kingston., Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St after 1 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Tuesday. Arrangements later. KILLARN, Marjorie Ann In hospital on Friday, June 29, 1973, Marjorie Ann Lyness, Ujvidow of Patrick George .Kill- r m m m arn, ueimont Aye.; dear mother of Mrs. Douglas Man chester (Sandra) of Consecon, Ont., Mrs. George Bennett . (Mamie) and Lonnie Kill arn, both of Ottawa; daughter of Mrs. Celina Lyness of Ottawa; and sister of. Mrs. George McCorkeli of Pembroke. Fu neral service private on Saturday. McNAMARA, William J. In Pembroke General Hospital on Thursday. June 28, 1973, William J. McNamara of Eganville, in his 86 year, husband of Beatrice Murphy by first marriage and Anita Le due by second marriage, dear father of Orland of Montreal, Edward (deceased), formerly of. Marmora. Resting O'Reilly Funeral Home, Eganville. Fu neral Sunday, July 1, 1973 to St. James RC Church for fu neral mass at 2 p.m. Inter ment St James Parish ceme tery, Eganville. MIRON, John In hospital in Pembroke, June 29, 1973, John Miron, well known Fort Cou-longe lumberman, beloved husband of Ida Belle Marion, dear father of Edgar, Barrie, Ont.; Ray, Ottawa; Cecil, Fort Coulonge; Jackie, Fort Coulonge. Resting at Ringrose Bros. Funeral Home, Fort Coulonge. Funeral Monday at ' St. Peter's Church at 10 a.m. MITCHELL, Charles A. (builder and contractor) In hospital on Friday, June 29, 1973. "! a It m . manes a. wucneu, iormeny of 110 Florence St, dear fa ther of Mrs. Michael Anderson (Edith), Valleyfield, Que.; Fred, Toronto; Orville, Moo-sonee Factory, Que.; Eldon, Detroit; Mrs. Lon Campbell (Muriel), Mrs. Donald Mac-Millan (Eileen), Mrs. Lois Gower, Mrs. T. E. Kileen (Ella), Stanley and Bob, all of Ot tawa; brother of Percy I., of Ottawa; also survived by sev eral grandchildren and great grandchildren. Resting at the Weagant Radmore Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Wellington St., between Holland and Island Park Drive, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Service in the chapel Monday at 1 p.m. Interment Rupert Union cemetery, Que. - REDSELL, Albert E. In hos pital on Friday, June 29, 1973, Albert E. Redsell, husband of the late Frances Kurs. Dear father of (Ada) Mrs. Joseph Gerald Herbert, (Mary) Mrs. R. Pugliese, both of Ottawa, and Gerald A., of Carlsbad Springs. 15 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild also survived. Friends may call at McEvoy-Shields Funeral. Home, 235 Kent Street, after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday to St. Brigid's Church, for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, 'Ottawa. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. ROLT, Edith Maude In hospi tal, on Thursday, June 28, 1973, Edith Maude Dawson, beloved wife of Herbert (Bert) Rolt, . of 1031 Blasdcll Ave., mother of Mrs. Earl K. Han-Ion (Margaret), Ottawa; sister of George Dawson, England. Resting Hulse and Playfair Ltd. (Central Chapel)r31S McLeod St. Service on Satur' day at 11.30 a.m. Interment Capitol. Memorial Gardens. Friends .may call 2-4 and 7- 3. Deaths '(Cont. from Preceding Column) STEWART, Harry Suddenly In hospital after a short illness on Saturday, June .30, 1973, Harry Stewart, 1n his 86th "year. Funeral- arrange ments are oeing made by Hulse and Playfair. ST. JEAN, Mrs. Adolphe On Friday, June 29, 1973, aged 86 years, Emma Descotes, wife of the late Adolphe St. Jean, beloved mother of Mrs George Harkins (Emma), of Ottawa? four grandchildren llgreat-grandchildren. Rest- king at the Racine, Robert and r...tl.i.. T?..n.l TTrm nen. Besserer St. Funeral mass at St Ignatius Church on Mor day. Interment St Francis de Sales cemetery, Gatineau Pointe. TESSIER, Maurice Of New York City, N.Y., formerly of Hull, on June 28, 1973, at the age of 44. He was a member of the O.N.U. Assembly, beloved husband of Thereto de Jesus, son of Mr. Stanislas Tessier, father of Andre; Patrick, Marie-Anne; brother of Father Laurent Tessier of Ot tawa, Robert and Leo of Hull, Mrs. Aime Sauve (Yvette), Montreal; Mrs. Marcel Nadeau (Leonne), of Hull; Mrs. Rene D'Avignon (Lu cille), Montreal. Will be rest- . ing at Lionel Emond and Son Inc., 271 St. Joseph Blvdr, . Hull. Funeral notice later. ' THROOP, Arthur Leonard On Sunday, June 24, 1973 at Te-miskamin Hospital Hal-leybury, in his 89th year. dearly loved brother of Mrs. J. E. McCuaig (Edith). Inter ment was June 28, Beechwood cemetery, Ottawa. McEVOY-SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 Locally owned and operated News and announcements 6 p.m., CK0Y VICE & CRAIG' LTD. FUNERAL HOMES METCALFE WINCHESTER CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 One convenient- telephone number serves all 3 locations. FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE A dignified, dependable efficient service since 1938 Inquire No Obligation 233-4773 584 SOMERSET STREET WEST HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITE0 Cameron, Heile. Cerdlnel, Paul, Sr. Holt, Edith Maude. Westell, Anne. Klllorn, Moror1e Ann. , Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 Death Notices v Will Be Accepted 6 A.M. to 7.30 A.M. Saturdays Journal Subscription Rates SINGLE COPY PRICES dally 10c Saturday 33c. BY CARRlEfti SJ4.40 year or Me week. r-T ,li-,. BY MAIL! MM a month or MOM a year, delivered anywtiere. Saturday orny, SOc week or SJe.OO a yeer. For further Information call SO-MI1 or writ The Ottawa Journal, MS Laurier Ave. West, Ottawa, Ontario KIO IK. 3. Deaths (Cont. from Preceding. Column) VEITCH-DRAPER LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Ackland, William' French, Lillian Evelyn. Small, David R. PARKDALf CHAPEL -.-728-4673 BANK ST. CHAPEL - 236-0668 '5. Lost APRICOT MINIATURE POODLE PUP- pv, 6 months, area of Dreezehlll-Sher-WOOd Drive. 728-8042 729-74M. BIFOCAL GLASSES, DARK PLASTIC frame and case. 225-S87S. BOY'S BROWN PLASTIC uRIMMED glasses in dark brown open-ended case. Valley Game Farm, Juno 21. 244923. BROWN LEATHER ZIPPERED BRIEF case, vicinity olrcn Avenue, Tuesday morning. . Reward. 746-7670. CH URCH I LL-AVONDALE. . SMALL KHiB-naira car, wnne wiin grey. Reward. 722-3561. GLASSES, METAL FRAMES, ON LAU- rier Avenue or O'Connor street Wednesday oflernoon. S27-2387. GOLD RING, 4 BIRTHSTONES, Vi cinity Glenridge, Merivaie-Vlew- moum. Kewara 224-7312. JACKET. CONTAINING PAPERS, pox , f-orrr point. eW-KWl LADY'S GOLD RING, AQUAMARINE stone, in looys washroom, MacLeod Medical Building. 234-9467. LARGE SILVER TABBY, MALE, Answers to the name ot Trlger, tost In the vicinity of Apache Crescent. 2244591. LOST VICINITY OF ALBION ROAD win or dwmwti rarK, torge silver-grey husky. Has leather collar ond chain collar. Ne togs. Reward. 122-6244. LONG HAIRED BROWN TABBY. male cot, black stripes, white chin and stomach, broad heed, small ears, short legv twthy tall. June II, Kings-view Pork, Vanier. 749-6797. MALE SIAMESE CAT, PORTLAND, Ont. area. Answers to Nero. Any information oleosa call 272-2735. MAN'S EYEGLASSES, MIRACLE Mart Plaza, Carl Ing Ave. area. 521-37. NORWEGIAN ELK HOUNDS, I MALE, 1 female, black and silver, curly tails, wearing Identity tags and li cences. Lost Cumberland Township. rieese van sn-zsaa. ORANGE AND WHITE TABBY, N En tered, male, months old. 729-1250 PLEASE CALL 733-7133 IF YOU HAVE seen grey and white long haired bob-tolled cat. Identification on coder, lost from 112 Heath St., Alta Vista, weonesoey arrernoon. PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSES, WITH coee. In front ot Corleton Towers, were ptoced In 1965 Meteor. Would owner ot this cor please coil 746-3764. Kewara REO LEATHER WALLET, JUNE 23. Reward. 236-4910 evgs. SKY BLUE BUDGIE BIRO, ANSWERS TO " llmmy." 2344793. TABBY CAT, MALE, FUR SHAVED rrom nino teg. 225-279. TERRIER POODLE, BLACK CURLY hair, downtown area. Licence No. lie. 234-529, 60 Third Avenue. WHITE CAT WITH ORANGE SPOT on heod. bock and toil. Reward. 992-1340, doysi 233-9470. evenings. WHITE ROYCE UNION 10-SPEED. token from outside C.T. (tore at He ron Road. Generous reward. 733-2137. WHITE RABBIT, MERIVALE GAR oens. los? seen June 15. az-u97. J BROWN RAWHIDE SUITCASES, 1 Mivo attache cose with Important pa pers. 749-6744; 745-4494, anytime. S10 REWARD FOR VALUABLE PA pers from wallet lost Payiess Grocery ore, rriaoy, june 1. uM. Found FOUND. BUDGIE, SERIAL NO. C65asi. 744-8731. SIAMESE CAT. NEPEAN AREA. S25- 344. YOUNG BLACK AND TAN GERMAN SOepherd, vicinity Kllbom Avenue. JI-M1S. 13. In Memoriams BELLEVILLE m tovtna of o toar fctw? ond moVtMr Wll-4tOO oivif GofnortHo. BoM?vM4e who po&Mw) OWrTf m ff flHM itVI Of JVty. And wfvMo If to y Ho In poocoful stoopi Tholr fnofnorlfo wo tnoll olwuys Mac ond FofnWy. BENDER In tovrna momnry of O dear oon ond brottor Aitoiw woo oaued oway Juno JOt 164. Wo do not foroe? nor do wo Infondi Wo'M ttvln of you to tno vory ondj Forgoftgp by oomo, but not bf mo, In our momofTf you wH( ofwcfyo bo. Mother, Brother and Sisters. BO LAND m loving memory of o dear mother , Marry notano. who nrmed ewav June 39. 1971. Time takes away trie edge of grief, But memory turns bock every leaf. Ever remembered. Meodo and Gloria. CALL AG HAN In lovtng memory ot o dear duugtiier and sister, joon t. (Rrrcnte). who passed owoy June 30, 1071. Wonderful memarfea woven In gold, This is a picture we tenderly hold. Deep In our hearts o memory Is kept, To love, to' cherish, to never forget. Sooty missed. -4Aother and Dad, John, Gwen and Keith. CHAPMAN In loving remembrance of a deor trtena LWttan soron, wno passed owoy June 30, 1964. And wfiMe she Nes In peaceful sleep, Her memory wo eholl ofwoys keep. Betty and Don. CHAPMAN -a In lovlna memory of a dmr wite, CI I Won Sarah, wno passed away June 30, 1944. I hove lost my soul's companion, A Hte linked wttn mv own. And day by dny I miss her more, A I work through life oone. Husband. DEVtNE In lovtng memory of a dear husband, father and oran fotner, Ron Devlne who passed away June ju, ivi. Lovingry reinenibeieJ. ; wife and FomHy, DevrNG 1i- loving Minim r'of, e dear father ond grandfather, Roas Divine, who passed oway June 30 1971. A hvnys remembered. .DauQhtec. Margaret, .Raymond, fWctiet and Pieiro, 3. 13. In Memoriams (Conl. from Preceding Column, GRAHAM In loving memory of mv deor mother, Mrs. Sorah-D. Gro-ham, who passed owoy July 1, 1966. A ettont thought, a secret tear, Keeps her memory over deor. ' . Dorothy. - HANNA In loving memory of a . dear wtfe end mottnr, Christine Hama, who passed owoy Jury 2, 1972. Loving and ktrkl In oH her way. Upright ond ust to the end of her days; Sincere ond true. In her heart and mind, - fieautrfvl memories she left behind. Douglas and Girts. ILLINGWORTH In loving memory of W4lltom Bfotr Imnoworth, who passed owoy July z, w2. There is no Mock, However watched and tended. But one deod tomb is there. There Is no fireside Howsoo'or defendedV But has one vacant chair.' 1 r-WHe Jondra and son Robert. KERN ..In laving memory of our dear' son. Hap Kern, who passed away suaoerwy june si, ivu. TIM memory fades ond life departs, You live forever In our hearts. . Dad ond Mom. .?J KERN In loving "memory of Hoppy. who passed "owoy June 30, 1970. Ahvoys remembered. Uncle Ed, Aunt Joan, Sandra, and Carol. KOSTKA In lovlna memory of my dear -mother, who posed away July 1, use. Oh happy hours we once enlcyed How sweet their memories still But Ceoth has left o loneliness The world con never fill. . . Lovingly, Viola. LAP EN SEE In loving memory of my near eister and oromer-irwow, Theresa, who puseed away June 30, 1959, and Putty Lopensee, who poised away June 30, 1970. The niktduiit stars are shkHng Upon your sNent grave. BOJIOUtII it teeos the ones we love, ''And the ones we could not save. Sister Gertie and Niece Dorothy. LAVERDURE In loving memory of a dear wHe ond mother, who passed away June 30. 19e. Love's greatest gift Remembrance. -etusband. LAVERDURE In loving memory of a dear mother, Grace Loverdure, . who passed oway June 30, 196S Always remembered. Daughter and Granacrtfldren. AAcGOEY In loving memory of o dear husband, father ond grand father, Martin J. . Mo&ooy, wno left us June 3D, 1971. I cannot toy, and I wHI not soy That he is deod he fa lust owoy-. With a cheery smfle and a wave o trte nana .He has wondered Into an unknown porta And left us thinking how very fair, It needs must be since he Nngers there. . Inez, Gory, Christopher, MEIKLE In loving memory of Art Medcfe, wno passed oway June 30, 1973. Remembered with love every day. Margaret Edwards. MONTAGANO tn of 'o deor mother and grondmother. Sot Monfogano, who left ua so sudden. June 30. 1969. TtH memory todes and life departs. You Mv forever m our nearts. Sodty mined. Anita, Howard ond Family. O'BRIEN In fond and loving memory of o dear earner ond grand father, Peter O'Brien, who passed owoy jury i. iyn. beyond tne snodows. o dear father of mine. I looked on as o treasure. whom I cherrshed as divine. Bat God cotied the one I loved oway. Forget you. Doit I never wiM as years roH on I mfss vow stilt. ANeoys leineinbeied. Oougnter Mttdred and . Grandchildren Diane and Ron. PALUMBO In sod ond tovlng memory of a deor eister-ln-low, Maria Potumbo, who passed owoy se sudV denry Jvfy 2, 1971. A sMent thouoht, a secret tear. Keeps tier memory ever dear. RICHARDSON In loving memory of our loving mother, Emmaiino Ricn- ordson. who pessed owcy July 1. From Husband and Family. TRAP FORD In o dvor nsOffior Roso Trof tortfc Juhr 2. of ond . grandmother, no passed Lovirxj and Mnd In oH Uprfaht ond usf to tno ond of nor $incoro ond Irus In nor hoort ond nno Booutlful momortos tno left bMnd. 4otf Botty ond r miiiiioAe TUNWELL In fond ond loving memory of O dear husband ond fotnoTa Alfred TunwoH who posted owoy July i, l5f. Alwoys m member ed, Wrfe Floronctp JMv, Deffo ond FonWty. YORK - In lovlna memorv of o deor husband ond fomor EoH Yorttg who puwd owoy June 90, iw. Wt mink of h(m In s.toncoe No eves iron tee ua weeoi But ttM witfpin -our ooMng hearts. His memory wo keep. Wife Lefta and Family, 16.- Funeral Directors RACINE. ROBERT AND GAUTHIEk Reg'd., 237 .1480, 260 Besserer 301 Olmtteadi 7 Fairmont; 259 St. Po ricki 101 Notre Dome. 17. Cemetery Memorials CREMATION Full Information . Free of Charge from BEECHWOOD CREMATORIUM P.O. BOX 7025, OTTAWA 746-0201 17A. Cemetery Lots CAPITAL MEMORIAL GARDENS. one four-grave plot, Cnrlstus Gar. CAPITAL MEMORIAL GARDENS, 4 spaces. Sermon on The Mount, S4ug. 125-21 . PINECREST, CEMETERY PLOT (2 graves), high locotien. I33-9S42. Churches EASTBROOK UNITED CHURCH. 271 Donald $t Ottawa, serving Vanier City and Overbrook area. Morning service and Sunday School, 11 a.m. ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S, MACKAY ST. t Victoria. Ven. W. D. M. Christie. Sundoy services: 1.15 and 10.X a.m. Thursday, 10.00 a.m. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, CORNER Kent, ond Nepeon Streets, Sundoy obligation may be fulfilled ot the following mosses: Saturday 4.30 p.m., Sunday 1.00, 9.30, 11.00. 12.15 and 9.00 p.m. . 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS . ..- LIMITED To Say What Words Cannot , . SYMPATHY FLOWERS FROM FINE'S "7 Lototions to Serve You" 236-0801 . 209 RIDEAU STREET . 21. Cemeteries 19. PREPLANNING RELIEVES LOVED ONES - f of financial . worries. A burial estate may be purchased on a convenient payment plan and from the 'first payment, it receives thoughtful permanent care " at no additional expense to you or your family. ' Enquiries. Invited PINECREST CEMETERY 2500 BASELINEROAD ' 829-3600 29. Druggists Open Sunday WEST IND (NEPEAN ABsTAl SOUTHGATE PHARMACY, 1516 MERI- vote no. upen every sunooy from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Open Mondey 9 to 6. You have friend at Southgafe. WIST IND SHOPPERS CITY PHARMACY, 1377 Woodroffe Ave., at Baseline Rood. Open every Sunday, 104. Open Monday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 224-7621. WIST BMD PAYETTE DRUG MART, LANCASTER riuro, 3 i nneriraie ko. upen every Sunday, 106. City-wide delivery. 224-2745. SOUTH , PARKS PHARMACY, 7710 ALTA VIS-ta Drive, Altebenk Shopping Plata. 731-3233. ppen 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. SHOPPER'S DRUO MART ' 1130 BANK ST. AT WALKLEY RD. Open every Sunday II to 6. Open Monday II to . 737-3344. PARCOST AND DELIVERY OPEN SUNDAY, FLO BRISiON ORUG store, 797 Somerset West at Booth from a.m. till t p.m. 236-2X1. 30. Service Stations BP. BOB STEELE'S BP STATION, 770 Branson ot Coning. 23S46M. ESSO BIRTCH'S ESSO SERVICE STATION. HO Bank St. ot Waikley Read. 733-3117 GULF OIL GULF SERVICE CENTRE, 470 BRON- son Ave. 2M-2247. OUS AND JOHN'S SHELL SERVICE'STATION. 14 RICHMOND d.. comer of Pkcodilly. 724-53T4. IMPERIAL S-STAR STATION 1475 CARLING AVE. AT KIRKWOOD, PITER'S SUPERTEST IXf BANK ST. AT RIVERDALE. 73 SERVICE STATIONS OPEN JULY 1st TO JULY 7th 7 A.M. TO 10 P.M. 38. Nursing Homes PETHERITO NHAUGH MANOR", Kemprvine, exclusively ror senior cltiiens, private, severol voconclel for "no core" pollents. 1-JSS 2881. MATURE HOUSEKEEPING HELP wanted, Medex Centre, i(6S Baseline Rd. PRIVATE BOARDING HOME FOR elderly people. Able to core for themselves under supervision, S225 per month. 6M-S779. RETIREMENT LODGE FOR ELDER- ly. Glebe, semi ond private rooms. 234-0590, daytime. 39. Gardening and tandscaplni CLEAN FILL TO GIVE AWAY. CALL 743-944J. GRASS AND HEDGE CUTTING, planting, rerun re, weea ana seea or reasonable roles i 731-7874. PATIOS. CEDAR HEDGES, FOUNDA- lions, etc. 2JH2I. PATIOS, CEMENT WORK, CEDAR hedqes, plonted ona trimmed. Free estimates, 1 year guarantee. Ask for Ed. 23-3739) 232:972. anytime. ROTOTiUWA ions. rtrytsr D E N S AND NOVICE LANDSCAPIR HELP WITH YOUR GARDEN AND lawn, sc. My shovel is my best friend. Bob, S71-3I99. i i ! . j - t m - s. l. t J. i

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