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m w v w w Wednesday, August 4, 1971 The Ottawa Journal NOW!! ON AND AFTER MONDAY AUGUST 2nd 1971 JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING TELEPHONE NUMBER ADDRESS and POSTAL CODE DIAL Todayand tomorrow TODAY Blood donor clinic, '"Plvmniith Street. 2 to 9 P.m. 85 Film showing and Glory Road Singer's, Canterbury Community Centre, 7.30 p.m.. National Film Theatre pro pram. National Library, 7.30 o . rj.m. "The Effect of Gamma Rays nn Man-in-theMoen Marigolds, .National Arts Centre Theatre, 8 n m! CBC Summer Festival Orchestra: NAC Opera House, 8.30 bm. . " Concert bv Sandy Crawley, Pestalozzi College coffee house, ?.30 p.m. !; v TOMORROW " ? Recital bv Lvnne Cantlon, soprano and James Campbell, clarinet, NAC Studio, 12.30 p.m. Civilisation film series. Uni versity of . Ottawa Academic Hall, 12.30 and 8.30 p.m. Childrens' film showing Van icr Arena, 1.30 p.m. Blood donor clinic, 85 Ply-' mouth Street. 2 to 9 p.m. Reunion of former Hurdman's Bridge residents,--1699 Russell Road, 6.30 p.m. Bavarian Orchestra, Vincent -" Massey Park, 7 p.m. . 1 National Film Theatre programs, National Library, 7.30 ' and 9.30 p.m. Outdoor rock concert, Government Conference Centre, 7.45 p.m. "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, NAC Theatre, 8 p.m. Piano recital by Earle Moss, Campanile Theatre, Heron Road. 8.15 P.m.- Montreal Symphony Orches tra, NAC Opera House, '8.30 p.m. Concert, Pestalozzi College, coffee house,' 9.30 p.m. . 851 954 M3 001 009 011 969 970 975 013 024 027 033 040 041 045 048 078 " 079 08Q 081 087 092 093 094 106 109 113 114 129 134 135 136 140 142 144 146 161 168 169 170 049 067 077 082 083 086 098 099 101 118 -121 122 137 138 139 147 148 157 174 179 180 , 700 31 hills cIuniK'd from top of building ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) -' .Publicity agents dumped 700 $1 bills from the top of a, 14-storey building- Tuesday onto one of the city's busiest downtown intersections. Witnesses said shoppers and many children were, seen dashing into the street to get the money. Wrapped around each bill was an invitation to a demonstration by a modelling firm. Organizers said the event saved them the cost of an $8,000 advertising campaign. Police later warned the organizers not to hold any repeat giveaways. ' " j- ..- DIRECT,.... 563-3711 ADDRESS... 365 LAURIER MVL W. POSTAL CODE...K1G 3K6 Births BAKER Born to Ercel and Sylvia (nee Black), a daugh ter, Danielle Elizabeth, 7 lbs., 9 oz., on Saturday, July 31, 1971, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. A sister for Bradley John. BELLEFEUILLE Dave and Carol are happy to announce theNsafe arrival of Jennifer Ann, July 30, 1971, a sister for Andy. BERIAULTV John and Brenda, wish to announce the arrival of a baby girl, a sister for Christopher. Thanks to Dr. Taylor and staff at the Riverside. . ", ' V COULQMBE . Peter and Edna (nee Cudmore) are very happy to announce the birth of their son, Correy" Peter, at 4.42 on August 4, 1971, at Riverside Hospital, weighed 8 lbs. 3 ozs. Great appreciation to the delivery room staff and personal appreciation to Dr. Amir Hemaya. DEVINE Bill and Marilyn are pleased to announce the birth ' of their daughter, Carol Lynne, Aug. 2, 1971, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. DRISCOLL Tim and Linda (riee Laham) are proud to an nounce -the- arrivaIof Kirk Bradford, on Aug. 3, 1971. at the Riverside Hospital. ' A brother for Scott. FAHIE To Terry and Sandi (nee Shaw) in Regina Hospital Monday. "Aug. 2, 1971, a son. Jeffrey Terrence (5 lb. 11 oz.). All Veil. . . C.REENSLADE - Bryan and Maureen (nee Nichols), are proud to announce the safe arrival of their son, Jason Alex ander, 8 lbs. Born July 31, 1971. Many thanks to. Dr. Turner and staff of the Grace Hospital.. HENDY Mr. and Mrs, .Wil liam Hendy (nee Jill Roper) announce1 the birth of .their son at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, Friday, July 30, 1971. HIGGIN.S Charles and Cath- e r i n e (nee Teakles) are I pleased to announce the arriv- r .I--:- t: . -u:t,1 n n..nu ai 01 ineir 1UM iuuu, a uaugii- ter. Jennifer Margaret, 7 lbs. 12 ozs. on July 29, 1971. Spe cial thanks to Dr. Ashwell and staff of St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls. . MacDONALD John and Lee (nee Matthewspn), proudly announce the birth of their son. Ian Fraser, July 25, 1971 at the Grace Hospital. Sincere thanks to Doctors Schecter and Ellis. McCULtAGHIohn and Mary-jane (nee Rodgers) are happy to- announce the arrival of " their second son, Jason Top-Icy,- on Aug.' 3, 1971. Both " well. ' ) 2. Births (Cont. fri-m Preceding Column) MEIKLE J! DHN Chris and Belle (nee Finltayson) are pleased to announcv the arrival of Andrew Christopher, in" Winnipeg, July 31, 1971. RATTO Frank Jr. and Louise (nee Cav an), are happy to an nounce tl ie arrival of a daugh ter, SterJhanie Louise, on July 25, 1971, in San Francisco, Califqrnja. !: -.. FENtiUF Syd and Maxine are pleased to' announce the birth of a son, Craig, July 30, 1971. Skicere thanks to Dr. Carson and caseroom staff, Civic Hqjipital.. SPRATT Ralph and Myrna (nee Dales), are ' pleased to announce the safe arrival of Dawn M'arie-, born Aug. .1, weighing- 6 lbs. Sister for Debbie and D arren. 3. Deaths BECKWIUH, Pearl In-hospital. Sunday, Aug. 1, 1971, Pearl Beckwith of Ottawa, daughter of tn.e'late Dr. B. M. and the late- Mrs. Beckwith. Resting Hulse arid Playfair Cen tral Chnpel, 315 McLeod Street. ;Service- Wednesday, 10 a.m. Interment Montreal, CARTHY, Helen Irene - At the Pembrokf j -General Hospital on Sunday, Aug. 1, 1971, in her 46th year., Helen Irene canny, ' beloved ijvife of Jack Carthy, 428 Alfrad Street, Pembroke, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylv estre P. Quilty of Ot tawa, del ir mother of Michael and (Sua an) Mrs. . Hugh Hig-ginson of Vancouver, dear sis ter, of Bcrnadine Quilty, of To ronto; Ifcen and Bob Quilty ot Ottawa. ; Rested at the Kelly Funeral Home Carling Avenue until Tuesday Aug. 3. Hence to ourdjady of Fatima Church where Uineral mass was held at 10 a.m. Interment was in CapitalMemorial Gardens. CAR VIS) B, Margaret In hos pital inuesday, Aug. 3; 19t, Margarfct Clark, age 36, be loved- 'wife, of Lome Carvish ot 2390. : Sheldon Avenue, dear motheir of Larry, Clark, and Ellen, beloved daughter ot Mrs. tgizabeth Clark and the late Carl Clark, dear sister 01 Carl, Brantford; Lawrence (Larry), Kenneth, Garnet, all of Tontinto; Bill, Pearl (Mrs. Tom O'Rourke) and Evlyn (Mrs. Stan Bellringer) Kingston. IResting at the Kelly Funeral 'Home, 2313 Carling Avenue f west- of Woodroffe). Fu neral Friday to Bt. Stephens Angluan Church for service at 2 p ,m. InterRent Pinfccrest " SIGN PEtlTION SflE.RBROOKE'Quc. (CP) -Local ipaitort have signed a pe; tition protesting an invasion by torless dancerwaitresses who, they Si Ky, are'taking away mala jobs. .' , 3. ' Deaths - (Cont. from Prcdlno. Column) COVEY, Arthur-ln hospital, Monday, Aug. 2, 1971, Arthur Covey, age 62, of 8 Forest J Park.Aveoue, .dear father of Robert, Frank and Peggy (Mrs. Sam Edwards), 'dear brother of Charles of Magog, Gertrude (Mrs: George Sterl-ingr and Nancy (Mrs. Jack Rawson) of New Jersey. Also survived by 5 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset" Street "(Centre Town). Funeral Thursday in the chapel at 11 . a.m. . Interment Pinecrest. DAGENAIS, Mrs. 'Victoria On Tuesday, Aug. 3, 1971, in Pon tiac Community Hospital, Vic- toria, Corriveau, aged 93 years, wife of the late Charles A. Dagenais, dear mother of Mrs. Isidore Dubeau (Mabel) and Telesphore, Otter Lake, Que.; Mrs. Jean Allard Lucia), Haute Rive, Que Mrs. Albert Guillemette (Er nestine), Timmins, Ont.; Mrs. Telesphore Lafleur (Alber-'tine), Otter Lake, Que.; Mrs. Thomas Pilon (Laurentine), Vinton, Que.; predeceased by one son, Victor and daughter, Mrs. Alexis St. Aubin (Vic- toire); sister of Mrs. Aurelle Lemaire, Campbells Bay, Que. Resting at the Ringrose Druuicrs r unerai nome, Campbells Bay, Que. Funeral Friday, Aug. 6 to St. Charles Church, OtterLake for Re quiem Mass at 10.30 p.m. In . terment parish cemetery. . . DELIS LE, Joel-Wilfrid Of 3S Bourque, died Saturday, Juy 31, at the age of 83. Beloved husband of Cordelia" Gravelle, father of Rev. Father Roland, parish priest of Rockland, Jean-Paul, Ottawa; Jacques, Hull; Mrs. Yvon Desjardlns (Therese), Ottawa. Resting at Lionel Emond. and Son Inc., 271 St. Joseph Boulevard, Hull.- Fu neral Wednesday, Aug. 4-at 7.45 at St. Raymond, Church. Interment St. Paul's Ceme tery, Aylmer. GUNVILLE, Mrs. George, for merly Dora Mathe of 66 Lois Street, Hull, died July 31, at Sacred Heart Hospital, at the age of 75, mother .of Robert, Aylmer; George, -Guy and Royal, . Hull; Ronald, ,.Tou-raine; Mrs. Gerald Lihner (Carmene), Buckingham; Mrs. Roger Chartrand (Colette), Gatineau; Mrs. Mario Ban-chini (Lorraine), Hull; Mrs Wilfrid Caron (Monique), Hull, sister of Homer, Timmins; Armand, St. Pierre de Wake field; Roger, St. Pierre de Wajefield; Emile, Hull, and Faldora, Timmins; Mrs. Alfred B e n o i t (Donalda), Pointe Gatineau; Mrs. Sylvio Bigras (Florence), Pointe Gatineau; Mrs. Aldoria Ville- neuve "(Yvette), StrPierre de Wakefield; Mrs. Madore Paquin (Fernande), Ottawa; I 24 grandchildren, one great grandchild. Resting Lionel Emond, 271 St. Joseph Boulevard, Hull. Funeral Wednes day, Aug. 4, at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Church. . Interment Nntri Tlamp Ottawa HANSON, Baby Boy In hos pital Ottawa, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 1971, . age -5 hours, baby boy Hanson, newly born sonJ of Brenda and Walter Hanson of RR 1, Kinburn. He will be entered to rest at Arnprior cemetery Thursday morning 10 a.m. Arrangements by Boyce Funeral Home, An-prior. HUNT, Earol. Pender In hospi tal Monday, Aug. 2, 1971, haroi Hunt, bejoved husband of Eva K. Lindsay of 32 Seneca Street, in his 84th year: father of Mrs. Malcolm Kosmack (Mar- jorie), Mrs. Henry - Leblanc (Velma). and Douglas; brother of Beach Hunt, Toronto, nest ing Veitch-Draper Ltd., Bank Street at Carling Avenue, berv ice' in chapel Wednesday 2.30 p.m. Interment St. John's Anglican cemetery, Kars. More grants to Pakistanis (By The CP) Eight more Brants, totalling $7o0,uw, nave been made from the federal government's $2 million fund to assist ratsisiani rciugccs m India. The Canadian International Development Agency announced the grants Tuesday: $iuu,uw to the Combined Appeal for Pakis tani Relief; $40,000 each to the Unitarian Service ' Committee, Wo dWor d Vision of Lanada. Canadian Lutheran World Relief and CAE of Canada; $350,000 to- UNICEF: $000,000 to the Leaeue of Red Cross Societies; and 50,000$ to'the.World Health Organization. 3. , Deaths. (Cont. from ProcoMing Column) LATENDRESSE, Roger On Tuesday, Aug. 3, 1971,, Rogei Latendresse CA, beloved husband of Rita Henri of 2365 Tampa Street, age 47 years, dear son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rene Latendresse (Solange Corbeil), father of Marc, Jo-cclyne, Nicole, Julie, brother of Marcel, Montreal, Jean-Paul, Ottawa, Mrs. Maurice Robert MD (Claire), Mrs. Jean-Marie Bertrand .(Hel- ene), Buckingham. - Funeral Friday from the Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 260 Besserer Street. Requiem mass to St. Thomas Aquinas Church' at 9 a.mrln- terment Notre Dame, Ottawa. Visiting 1-10 p.m. ' . JOURNEAY, William Sud denly, Monday, Aue. 2. 1971. William (Bill) Journeay, age 28 years, beloved "son of Mrs. Evelyn Journeay, 420 Gilmour Street, brother of Larry and Heather. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central- Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Thurs- day, 2 p.m. Interment Pine- crest Cemetery. ' MacFARLANE, John C. Sud denly at Chatham, Ont., Mon day, Aug. 2, 1971, John C. MacFarlane, beloved husband - of Elsie Hewitt, father of Rick, brother of Harold MacFar lane of Chatham, dear son of the late George MacFarlane and Mary MacFarlane, Carle-ton Place. Burjal in Arnprior Thursday, Aug 5, on arrival by motor. . MACKAY, Rtehard Douglas, As the result of an accident Ottawa, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 1971, Richard DouglasMackay, in his 10th year, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs jiarry E. Mack-ay, 1199 Spfmerville Avenue, Ottawa, Ont.i dear brother of Sharon, Randy, Rory, Tina, Krista and Kevin at home. Resting at W. J Hayes and Sons, Shawville. Que. Funeral Friday, Aug. 6 at 1.30.p.m. for service at St. Matthew's Anglican Ch.urch, Charteris, Que, j Interment parish cemetery. MAYHEW - The Honora'Ble Robert Wellington Mayhew, 3005 Rutland Road, Victoria, BC,- at the Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria, on July. 28, 1971, in his 91st year. Born in Ontario and a resident of Victoria since 1912. He' leaves his son Logan of Victoria; his daughter, Mrs. Alex Lawrason (Jean), of Toronto and 13 grandchildren. Funeral ser vice in the First United Church, Victoria on Monday, Aug. 2 at 2.30 p.m. Followed by cremation. (Flowers grate fully declined. Friends, if de sired, may contribute to the YM-YWCA, 880 .Courtney St or First United Church, 932 Balmoral.). McCall Bros. Fu neral Uirectors, Victoria, in charge of arrangements. . MOFFETT, G. Melvin On Saturday, July , 31, 1971, ,-in Syracuse, New York, husband of this late Gladys Grey. Sur vived by one brother, Horace A. Moffett-'of Ottawa. Burial Aug. 3, in Watertown, New York. O'CONNOR.Ocol. Patrick - Tn hospital Monday, Aug. 2, 1971, Col. Patrick A. O'Connor of 32 Cameron Avenue, in his 70th year, beloved husband of Doris Pinkstone; father ' of Denis, Donald, of Ottawa Brian, Chesterville, and Ter ence of Ajax, Ont.; brother of Mrs-. Madge Peckham, " Halifax, and Cecil O'Connor, Port of Spain, Trinidad; also grandchildren. Funeral in St. Mark's Anglican Church Wed nesday 11 a.m. Cremation Pinecrest. In liea of flowers, donations may be made to the Ontario Heart . Foundation O'DONNELL. Evelyn In hos pital on Monday, Aug. 2. 1971, dear sister of Miss Bernice, Montreal, and Mrs. William Craig,,Ottawa. Resting McEvoy Shields Funeral r Home, 235 Kent Street. Funeral Wednesday .to St. Pat: rick's Church. Funeral mass 8 a.nj. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. O'NEILL, Arthur Edward In hospital, Niagara Falls, Ont on Tuesday, Aug. 3, 1971, Arthur Edward O'Neill, (retired Purchasing Agent, E. B. Eddy Co. V! 5722 Highland Avenue. Niagara Falls, Ont.,. husband Of" the late Martha Young, father of Mrs. Kenneth B Muisiner (Barbara), Niagara Falls, also survived by six grandchildren. Committal service Beechwood Cernetcry, Thursilay at 1(5.30 a.m.. ; Journal Subscription Rates. SINGLE COPY PRICE: 10c daily-, 15c Saturday. 4 BY CARRIER: 6Cc tr week. 1 BYMAIL: Payable In advance Com ada, Canadian -Force Post Office ond U.S.A. $3.00 a month or $32.00 a year All other countries $4.00 a month or $40.00 a. year. Saturdoy only 35c per issue or 113.00 -a year to any ooaresv For further Information coll 563-3811, or write The Ottawa Journol , 365 Laurler Avenut West Ottawa, Ontario;' 3. : Deaths ' - ICont. from Proctdlng Column) PATENAUDE, Miss Lucette Suddenly, Monday; Aug. 2, 1971, aged 39. Beloved daughter of the" late Sgt. Jacques Patenaude, and Esther Long-tin, surviving Dear sister of Gilbert, Jean-Guy, Pierre, Jean-Marc, Miss Antonene, Ottawa. Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 300 Olmstead Street, Vanier. Funeral Friday, Aug. 6, in Presentation Church at 9 a.m. Interment , Notre Dame, Ottawa.' ' . . . . RICHARD, Israel In hospital, -Aug 3. 197-Laged.-86-years, husband of the late Josephine Lacroix, father of Valori, Mrs. Albert Clement (Emerizia), Montreal; Mrs. J. A. Hamel (Beatrice), Pointe Gatineau; Miss Lorette, Ottawa; Mrs. Jean Marcel Theriault (Mar-jolaine), Hull; brother of Mrs. Theatis Lacroix, Bouchette, Que.; Mrs. Victor Major (Marie Anne), 14 grand children and sjx great-grand children, also many brothers- in-law and sisters-in-law. Rest- ine at Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 300 Olmstead Street, Vanier. Funeral Friday, 10.30 a.m. at Notre Dame de la Presentation Church. Inter ment Notre Dame, Ottawa Visiting hours, 1-10 p.m. SARACINO, Luigi In hos- . pital, Wednesday, Aug. s4, . 1971, Lulgi Saracino, age 60 of 1105 Aldea Avenue, hus band of the late Teresa Sot- tile. Dear father . of John, )hn 7 gela I leaVft Michael, Leo and Angela (Mrs. Pat Malorino), dei brother of Leo, Antonio, Michaelangeld, NicolaV . Gio vanni, Bartqlino, Incoronato. Also survivea By six grand children. Resting at the. Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Friday to St. Anthony's Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame. TAYLOR, Mrs: ' Samuel On Wednesday, Aug. 4, 1971, Ber- ' tha Slover, beloved wife of the late Samuel Taylor of 455 Metcalfe, age 71, dear mother ot Charles (Chick), -Irving, Mrs. Sol (Chuck) Polowin (Malca), sister of Mrs. Harry Fine' (Eva) all of Ottawa." Funeral Thursday from the Jewish Memorial Chapel King Eq-ward Avenue, 2 p;itfc- Inter ment Jewish- Community Cemetery. Shiva 929 Sadler Crescent. In lieu of flowers - please make donations' fo the Heart Fund. TRAINOR, John T. At Detroit . Monday, Aug. 2, 1971, beloved husband of Kathleen Shields, 144S2 Rochelle Avenue; dear father of Mrs. Margaret John son, Mrs. Dorothy Damm and Edward; 5 grandsons and 1 granddaugnter, all of Detroit; dear brother of Hon. St. Clair Trainor, Mrs. Emma Stewart and Mrs. Louise Murphy, all of P.E.I., and Leonard Trainor of Halifax. Resting Killeen Funeral Home, 9555 CJialmers Street, Detroit. Mass ana interment at Detroit' on Thursday. ' . YOUNG, Beatrice E. In To ronto, Thursday, July 29, 1971, Beatrice Elizabeth Heard, Avife.of'the late P. L. Young Survived by two sisters, Mrs. H. G. Everett (Hazel), and Mrs. R. K. G. Sandford Thompson (Helen), several nieces and nephews and three stepchildren, A.. E. Young of , Osgoode ; Mrs,- Nelson- Harris (Freda), and Dr. Lorna ' Young, Ottawa. Funeral ser vice was held in Agincourt and interment Fenelon Falls, Saturday, July 31,. . VICE & CRAIG LTD.' ' . FUNERAL HOMES ' METCALFE . v WINCHESTER .CHESTERVILLE ' 774-2120 One convenient ' telephone number serves oil 3 locations. HULSE & PLAYFAIR (LIMITED FUNERAL" DIRECTORS . Journeay, WilHcm: O'Neill, ArOifU.; Edward. " Central Chapel 315 WcLEOp- STREET 233-1143 West Chapel . 1098 BYRON AVENUE 728-1761 VEITCH - DRAPER LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS ' Hunt, Eprol Pertter. PARKOAlE CHAPEl 728 4673 BANK ST. CHAPEL - 23eV0o6& 3. Deaths Coot, from Proctoding Column) McEVOY . BROTHERS SHIELDS LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS 23i KENT STREET 232-5337 Evtrv oveKina wt presonf our ooltuorles wltn tho 6 p.m. nows on srotlon o. 5.; lost. BLACK PLASTIC WALLET, IMPOR- font, papers. - vicinity area. 770-2M9. . Sf.- Patrick BROWN SUEDE PURSE LOST DOWN- town. Uroent. 235-4143. CAT. LARGE, BLUE-GREY COLOR. vicinity Monderley Golf Club, Highway 14. Antwert to Sam. Call M89- 32S0. FRIDAY, LADY'S BULOVA WRIST- worcn, uuawa bourn, Brewer rant. 233-5J0O. GREY, BLACK AND ORANGE SMALL cat with fluffy toll. 224-39X5. GREY AND WHITE KITTEN, FIFTH and Bank. Barbara, 232-1265.- ' GREY PERSIAN CAT, VICINITY Island Park Drive near Queensway. Kewcra. ru-sm. LADIES' GOLD AAOVADO WATCH, 1A bus, CaMeton University. Generous reword. 737-4640. LADY'S GOLD WRIST WATCH Tempo, Saturday. July 24, vicinity Besserer, Nicholas and Rideau. Re ward. 236-5566. LADY WHO PHONED. ABOUT WHITE envelope ' containing money, please pnone again as we were aisconnectea. Did not get directions to meet you. Kewara. si-iMt. LEFT IN CAR, COMING FROM Corleton, July 17, girl's gold rimmed glasses. 73I-3U. - MALE WHITE .DOG (SAMOYED) Tenaaa-G en Eaale area, on Hianway 11, 6 months old. Answers - to "ChlnW. 827-0733 after e. NEAR DOWNTOWN METCALFE Street, glasses In brown case, Satur day. Reward. 237-7 H7. ROWBOAT ' (PRAM), FT., RED with- yellow gunwale, white oars. Lake Deschenes area. 684-4349. SIAMESE CAT. MACLAREN-ELGIN Street area. Reward. 235-8518. S HARRYS RESTAURANT AREA ON Monday, Polaroid Land Camera 104. 224-9705. SMALL, ALL BLACK FLUFFY CAT, onswers to Wlllum, 722-5243. TRI-COLOR CAT ESCAPED ALTA Vista Animal Hospital. Please contact hospital. 731-6851. TWO BLACK LABRADOR PUPPIES, 9 weeks old, vicinity Pink Road and Vanier. &M-4470. VERY OLD, SMALL BLACK FEMALE cat. lumped front car, Woodroffe- Fallowfield Intersection, July 26 morn ing. Has been III. May try to return to .Stanley's Corners-Stlttsvllle area. Phone 836-2536. WHITE ENVELOPE, CONTAINING money. Reward. 733-3506.1 - YELLOW BUDGIE LOST FROM Tweedsmulr Avenue. 7224715. MONTH WHITE KITTENS WITH block marks, Sullivan Avenue. 224- 2255. ' ' 2 MINIATURE COLLIES, LOST IN Gatineau area, tloo reward. 663-0350. REWARD FEMALE BEAGLE, CHILD'S PET. Lost West End. 224-8421. found BLACK MALE LABRADOR, GLEN- wood. Lucerne.- 684-4712. . SIAMESE CAT, "WEARING RED COL- lar, answers to Pip. family pet. Alto Vista, Kilborn area. Reward. 733-3256. , . MEDIUM SIZE PUPPY, BROWN, and tail, Eordley white on paws Road. 684-619. ' SUM OF MONEY SATURDAY, JULY 31. 1971, In vicinity of Lincoln Heights. Contact H. Greotorex General Delivery; Westmeath, Ont'. TIGER STRIPED MALE KITTEN, vicinity Seneca ana uowning. ui-1334. 13. In Memoriams COOPER -In loving memory of o dear wife, tmma cooper, wno posseo away Aug. 4, 1970. No iust today, but every day in silence I rememoer Sadly missed by Husbpnd Hector. COOPER In loving memory of a dear mother, Emma Cooper, who passed away Aug. 4, 1970. I A wonderful mother laid to; rest - For each of us she did her best Her place on earth no one can flit We miss you mother and always will. Ever remembered bv Daughters Marjorie and Jane. GAUL In loving memory of o dear mother, Cecilia Gau, who .passed awav Aua. 4, 1968. What would we not give to ctosp her hand. Her dear sweet face to see; To hear her voice, to see her emlie. That meant so much to us. , Diane, NancyTerry GAUL' In loving memory of a dear mother, Cecilia Goul, who passed away Aug. 4, 1968. Many a day her name Is spoken, And many an hour she is in our .thoughts, A link in our family chain Is broken. She has" gone from our home but fiot from pur hearts. Joan and Donnie. 3AUL In loving memory of a dar sister, Cecilia Gaul, who passed away Aug. 4, 1968. And while she Hies In peaceful sleep Her memory I shall always-keep. Sister Rose.. GAUL In loving memory of a dear mother, Cecilia baui, wno passea oway Aug. 4, 1968. There ore times of stony anguish When the tears refuse to fall. But the parting time, dear mother Was the hardest time of all. Daughter Sheila and Bruce. HAYES In loving memory of dear Mom, -who passed away Aug. 3, 1966; . and dear Dad,. wtao-oased away Julv 4, 1967. In our heorts your memory lingers Sweet and lender, fond ond true, There's-not a -day, dear Mom and Dad, a ' That we do not think of you. y Pat, Roy and Family. HlLLMAN In loving memory of my dear twin sister, Vivian Hillman, who passed away Aug. 3, 1969. Sadly missed ond lovingly remerrv bered.. , Sister Irene. IRISH In sad and loving memory of a dear husband and father, Harold (Bob) Irish, who passed oway Aug. 4, 1969. , Our family circle hos been braken, a iinK gone rrom our cnam; But though . ported for , while, V . We know we'll meet again. . Some day we hope to meet voo. Some day we knew not when, We shall meet In a better (ond. f Never to part ogoin. - . wife and Sons. 16. Funeral Dlitcttn RACIN0, ROBERT AND OAUTHteft.' Htfl-H. 2J7-16K, MO IMMfitl 300 ' OlmtfMdi 7 Fblrmont, im M. Paf rlcki 101 Notro Cam. 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS . LIMITED With 6 locations for Your Convenience 133 Bank Street -- 2216 Carling at Woodrofft MM Riverside Drive neor Uplands- Hlgnway is, Bells Corners St. Laurent Shopping Centre -,.rj 15 Beechwod Avenue 1 .236-0801 35. Whereto 60 SIGHTSEEING" BOATS. LEAVING from downtown area, 11 trips, dally, 4 Rldeau Canal, Ottawa River.. FreZ parking. - ' DIAL-A-MATi . A New Dot y Every Week . WHY BE ALONE? UNATTACHED-. malet and females, all ages welcome. . Why waif, Dlal-A-Mate, 237-2347. - 39. Gardening and landscaping BEAUTIFY . YOUR HOME, SODDING . or top soil, assorted trees, stirubs, hedge cutting, general cleanups, no ob too big or too small. For fie estimates call Evergreen Landscaping. 233-3791. LANDSCAPING, TREES CUT ALSO for sale, plus treated fertilizer. We are Insured. 731-7539. SCREENED TOP SOIU CALL LAU- rent Leblanc Ltd., your top soil supplier for the lost 20 years. 2 S081. TREES CUT WITH CHAIN SAW, trimmed, stump removal. 235-1320. NURSERY SOD PETERSEN'S TURF FARM, goods. I2I-2J4I. 41. Help Wanted Male Interest AMBITIOUS MECHANICAL APPREN- tlce required, 1st or 2nd year preference. Apply 1611 Bank Street. ' ASSISTANT MANAGER REQUIRED, willing to learn baking' In doughnut shop. 722-5705. ' AUTO MECHANIC, .WITH EXPERI-. ence on .foreign cars. Jocquot -Motors. 725-2051, Jim Cooley, service mono- gsr. BILINGUAL, GENERAL OFFICE work, typing and warehouse, over If years. 23S-188J. . CARPENTER, 05 YEARS OLD OR more, with car. 777-212S. CARPET LAYER, FIRST CLASS, ALL benefits, top wogos. 235-678. CICERO'S PIZZERIA REQUIRES-, part-time delivery man, must hem knowledge of the Glebe area, Ottawa South and Ottawa East. Apply '8JJ Bank Street after 4 p.m. i J DISHWASHER, PART-TIME, AUG) ;t to Sept. 7, no experience necessgry Mppiy i.urwim Kqiuuruni. Tit SKYLINE CABLEV1SI0N YlX . . "... , . . Requires a Bilingual DISPATCHER ' "i Contact a. g. McDonald, f 1810 ST. LAURENT BLVD. -. ; Zl 731-8250 !:f BUILDING SUPPLY 'mZl : SALES CLERK if Must have minimum Grade 10- "education. Age minimum 2- years. Preference given - to applicants . with sales experience. Training period will be given to successful J applicants. Bilingualism an asset. J Employment requires personal , transportation 'and willingness to work irregular hours. - ' r For Further Information Contact i t , MR. J. O'REILLY. ot HCDGINS LUMBER BELLS CORNERS LTD. Driver Salesperson '. (with vehicle) . ' For $xpandin$ home delivery soft drink route. . Be your own boss. : Days: 233-4001 ... Evenings: 729-1558 PARTS DEPARTMENT We Have Opening for One Experienced ' WHOLESALE PARTS COUNTERMAN . This position offers top salary -' and commission. ..Many fringe"' benefits, also in this large organization excellent chance of ; . advancement. . "Apply in person to ; MR. PETER DEGN ; Parts Manager" '.' : SURGEN0R - P0NTIAC BUICK LTD. ; ' . 'SPARKS at LYON ' ' . 235-3321 . : M I itl lil'lJ I'll r. - ' -.-

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