The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on October 31, 1974 · 42
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NUIiCbBUARD For today GlaacoB rey, Billings Bridge Shopping Centre, Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Bazaar, Ottawa Women's Organization for Rehabilitation through Training, Masonic Temple, Churchill Avenue, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Halloweea cartooa aad raifi party, Ottawa Boys' Club, 412 Nepean St, 7 p.m., for more information, call 232-7316. Pablic awiaiaiiag, Nepean Sporuplex, 9:15-10:30 p.m. Nepeaa Library, bookmobile, Leslie Park, 7-8:30 p.m. Ottawa Philatelic Society, Chateau Laurier, 8 p.m. Qvebec oaabadewaa, in Hull to hear citizens' complaints about the provincial government For ; an appointment call 770-6910. For tomorrow Coagregatloaal aapper and coffee party, St Giles Presbyterian Church, Bank Street at First Avenue, speaker Rev. R. W. Johnson, director of Tyn-dale House, Montreal, 7:30 p.m. PoOatioa Probe, photographs of pollution in Ottawa area, OtUwa Library, 120 Metcalfe St, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Laaarfc coaaty art show, Almonte town hall, 8:30 a.m.-ll p.m. Daacc, Agincourt Public School, 1230 Agincourt Rd., 7:30 p.m., band is Circus. Sporta-aejaipairat drive, especially for used hockey equip-. meat for children in public housing, sponsored by Ottawa Tenants Council, Algonquin College, and Ottawa recreation and parks department. Equipment may be dropped off at community centres and arenas in Ottawa, at Nepean fire department and at Gloucester arena until Nov. 10, 4-10 p.m. Chrlatsaai seal campaiga, Nov. 1 to Jan. 31, proceeds to help fight tuberculosis and respiratory disease. To obtain seals, call 722-2949. Glaacoan tarrey, St. Laurent Shopping Centre, sponsored by Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 12:30-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. Blood doaor cliaic, Nepean High School, Broadview Avenue, 9 a m.-12 noon. Pabllc twlaasaiag, Nepean Sporuplex, 12 noon-1:30 p.m., 6:30-9:30 p.m. Ncaeaa Library book awhile, Fisher Heights, 3-3 p.m.. Car-leton Lodge, 6-7:30 p.m. PafcSc akatiBS, Nepean Sports-plex, 1:30-10 p.m.. Bell Arena, 4-3:30 p.m., Merivale Arena, 7-1:30 p.m. Craft saarfcet caraivaL Nepean Sportsplex, crafts, fiddle musk, step dancing, folklore, 4: 30-9:30 p.m., admission, 30 cents, children and senior citizens, free. AUKlDKE-DtvM and Mary Lynnc (nee Waraua arc thankful and happy to anaomcc the arrival of their mm Scaa David Waraua, I Ib 10 ol. at the Mercy Hospital Davenport, Iowa. Sunday. September 29. 1974. X028Z ANDERSON Wesley aad Penny are pleated lo aaeouncc the birth of their km. Jam Lcalic 7 ft. 12 at. oa Tacaday. October 22. 1974. at the Riverside Hospital. A brother for Deaa. Special tkaaks te Dr. Barges and the tun. tua CHAPMAN To Robert and JoAanc (Meaty) a mm. at the Grace Hospital. October 23. 1974. X316Z tht crib and f nursery furniture and carries shop ltd. 791 Somartst St 2334344 -We Oetwr EvarvwwM tut Tho abr' caucimajpoiurt New Mothers! announce your baby's birth in THE CITIZEN and get a Penoten Baby Pack dial 829-9321 Pa? 42, Tic Ottawa, Tteraday. Birth and Death Notices CLOtOUX-Denis and Gisele (nee Bis-son) are proud to announce the arrival of their first born. Cities Yann, weighing . in at 6 lb. 13 ol, on October 30, 1974, at the Grace Hospital. Many thanks to the singing doctor (Dr. Watt) and caseroom staff. Z051B COGHLAN-Patrick and Colette are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a girl. Jennifer, 8 lb. 3 12 ol, born October 29, 1974 at 5:10 P.M. Special thanks to Dr. Turner and staff at the Grace Hospital. Z087B DUSTIISAC-Lucienne and Carol (net Huot) are happy to announce the birth of their first child, Julie Lynn, 8 lb. 2 oz.. born October 31, 1974 at the Ottawa General Hospital. Excited October 31. 1974 at the Otuwa General Hospital Excited grandparents are Mrs Rita Huot. and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Dutrisac, and greatgrandmother Mrs. Irene Pyne. Thanks to Dr. Pierre Lemay. ZOSOB FAZIL Mohammed and Mehtab are . pleased to announce the birth of their daughter at 8:40 am. Friday, October 25, 1974, at Otuwa Civic Hospital. Mother and daughter are in good health. X478Z. CAUVREAU-David and Jean (nee Stin-son) are proud to announce the birth ol a son. Miches! John, Thursday, October 24, 1974; a brother for Tricia. X362Z CIVOCUE-Remi and Gisele (Dionne) are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Crysul, on October 29, 1974, at the General Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Reid and caseroom staff. Y285A GUTHRIE Ian and Diane (nee Sheridan) happily announce the arrival of their son, Simon Ian, 9 lbs. I oz., Sunday. October 27, 1974. Our thanks to Doctor Allan and Grace Hospiul staff. X317Z JACKSON Hey Hey Hey! Ron and Margaret are proud to announce the birth of a 9 lb. 7 oz. son, Kevin Frederic October 27. 1974. A brother for Kim and Kerry. Z088B KERR John and Angie proudly announce the arrival of a daughter, Tracey Leigh. 6 lb. S oz., on October 28, 1974, at the Otuwa Civic Hospital. Thanks to Dr. Gluck and suff. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Kerr and Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Simpson. Y339A LARONDE-Richard and Kathy (nee McKay) thank God for the safe arrival of their first son, Richard John, 5 lbs., 14 oz. Sunday, October 20, 1974, at Riverside Hospiul. Special thanks to Doctor Taite and assisting doctors. Grandparents are Art and Ida Laronde and Mr. and Mrs. LA. McKay Y027A LEWIS Brian and Ivy (nee Taudien) proudly announce the birth of their first baby, a boy, Michael Brian, 7 lb. 2 oz. Wednesday, October 30, 1974, at Civic Hospiul. Z209B MATHESON Rick and Connie are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter. Amy Lianne. at the Grace Hospiul October 27, 1974. weighing 6 lbs . 15 oz. Sister for Trevor. X238Z MAY Steve and Pam (nee Roper) are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a beautiful baby girl Tara, 7 lbs.. 3 oz. on October 29. 1974. Many thanks to Dr. Gluck of Civic Hospiul. Y026A NEZAN-Joha and Wendy (nee Smith). Are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a boy, John Cory, 7 lbs. 3 oz, at the Grace Hospiul. Many thanks to Dr. Watt and the caseroom staff. X550Z PtLLETIEI-David and Valeric (nee Cardill) proudly announce the arrival of their son. Michael Lawrence, 8 lbs, 7 oz, oa October 28, 1974. A brother for Mark aad Christopher, at the Otuwa Civic Hospital Both well YI6IA RLTTLE Anne aad Jack proudly announce the arrival of their daughter, Charlotte Aaac, oa October 25. 1974. at Otuwa Civic Hospital A sister for Lisa. Mickey. Joey aad John. X3I5Z SALNDCRS-Briaa aad Diane (nee McCallam) arc happy to announce the arrival of a son. a lbs. 13 or. Suaday. October 27. 1974. at the Grace Hospiul. another graadtoa for Mrs. E. Saunders, first grandchild for Mr. E L McCalmm. and first grcat-graadchild for Mr. and Mr. AR. Taaeer. YIIIA SAWAIX-Hciaz and Betty (Hofl-Lara-eseL a girt, R. a oz, stillborn. Funeral amuse. Z423A SHOT AO-Gary aad Joaa arc pleased te laaoaacc the birth of a daughter. Tracey Aaa, 7 set II , at Otuwa Civic llaapiul o October 30. 1974. Maey tBaaks lo Dr. Cochrane aad staff. Y028A STEWAtT-Kirt and Lorraine (ace Pradaoatatc) arc very proad to aaaoaace the birth of their first ana, Jeffrey Kirk, 7 ft. 12 ce, October 31, 1974. at 301 AM, at the Grace Hospital Special tkaaks to Dr. Patcrswa aad aB caseroom staff. Z048B STlYDftOtST-Aady , Dossa the arrival af 5 ft. 14 Grace, October 3a 1974. Tkaaks to Dccur Hdd the Grace Hoapital Staff aad Marilya. Z029Z 11LETT Art aad Jcaaae (ace Lavigac) are sappy to aeawaacc the birth ef twia beys. October 27. 1974, 405 f as. cMfcag 7 fta, I 12 Z4 aacaarf 44 m w an eg 4 ha, 12 12 at. Thaaaa to Dexaar Aftsa aad Grace Iliiaiul staff. Z927B Oct. 31, 1974 VURMA Andres and Linda announce with great pleasure, the birth of a son, Jason Elliott, 8 lbs. on October 30. 1974, at the Otuwa Civic Hospiul Thank you Dr. Gluck. Z377B WHITLOCK-Barbara and Ron are happy to announce the arrival of a sister for David and Kimberley, weighing 6 lbs. 14 oz., on Monday, October 28, 1974 at the Grace Hospiul X549Z BEZAK, Hdea In hospiul Thursday, October 31, 1974, Helen Michniewich, age 86, of 44 Anna Ave.; widow of Mike Bezak; dear mother of Peter of Poland; Paul and Bill, OtUwa; also survived by 3 brothers and 2 sisters; 10 grandchildren and 8 greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Funeral Mass at Bukowinian Trinity Orthodox Church, Somerset St, Saturday 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. Z949A BORTHWICK, Mabel Elizabeth In hospiul on Thursday, October 31, 1974, Mabel Elizabeth Dempsey; widow of William L Borthwick; in her 84th year, dear mother of Mrs. James S peers (Phyllis) Toronto; and Horace (Bill) Borthwick, Ottawa; sister of Roy Dempsey, Otuwa; also survived by 7 grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Play fair. Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service on Saturday 12 noon. Interment Ramsayville, 0nt- Z947A BREZ, George In hospiul on Wednesday, October 30, 1974, George Brez, age 62 years, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brez of Ramsayville; brother of Madeleine (Mrs. John Adams) and John. Resting at Hulse and Play fair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service on Saturday at 2.00 p.m. Interment Ramsayville Cemetery. Z90IA CARON, Mrs. Lcoaa In local hospital on Thursday, October 31. 1974, Leona Myre, beloved wife of Jean Remi Caron; of Laval St, Hull; age 58; Mrs. Caron was a school teacher at St. Paul's School Hull; dear mother of Lyse, Hull; Jacynthe at home; Jean Guy, Touraine; Jean Maurice, and Francoise, both at home; one grandson, Stephane; mother-in-law of Colette; sister of Reverend Sister Marguerite Myre S.G.C, Ottawa; Mrs. Lucien Thibaudeau (Rita) Gatineau; Mrs. Sylvio De-sormeaux (Jeannine) Sudbury; Mrs. Marcel Ouellctte (Therese) Ottawa; Mrs. Rene Duhaime (Pierrette) Hull; Reverend Sister Yvette Dugre S.G.C, (adopted sister) of Hull. Resting Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 101 Notre Dame St, Hull. Funeral Saturday, November 2 to St. Bernadette Church. Interment Notre Dame, Hull. Z950A CASEY. Frank In hospital Wednesday, October 30, 1974, age 80 years, beloved husband of Albina Tambeau of 495 Pine St, Buckingham; dear father of Leonard of Masson; Denis, Gatineau; Philip, Montreal; Mrs. Arthur Pelletier (Carmen) Buckingham; Mrs. John Mathieu (Evelyn) Pierrefonds; Mrs. Pierre Bouchard (Isabelle) Masson; Mrs. Fred Day (Stella) Ottawa; dear brother of Percy, Templeton; Mia Nellie, Ottawa; and Mrs. Pat Barrie (Eva) Ottawa; also 27 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Cadieux Funeral Home, 322 Main St, Buckingham. Funeral Saturday to St. Gregory's Church for Mass at 2 p.m. Interment St. Rose Cemetery. Z946A DENEALLT, In hospiul on Tuesday, October 29, 1974, Rose Anna Charbonneau, widow of Alfred; dear mother of Marlyn and Ida both of Otuwa, Pauline (Mrs. Gerald E. Lepinc) of Vanier; beloved grandmother of Rozanac (Mrs. R. Kealey) Johanne and Ida. Resting Hulse and Playfair. Central Chapel 315 McLeod St. Service in the chapel on Friday at I p.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. Y9I7Z DOLMAN, Mk Hriea Mary After a lengthy illness ia hospiul on Tuesday. October 29. 1974. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs James Dolman; survived by her aunt Mrs. Joha Houla-haa of Prescott, Ont. Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home. 235 Kent Sl from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Faneral Friday to Sl Mary's Church Mass at 10 a.m. Interment St. Mark's Cemetery. Prcscott. Y9I5Z CRAVELLE, Mrs. Maurice Of 1098 Des Bleds St, Marieville, Que, oa October 26. 1974. at the age of 51 Isabcfle Roycr, beloved wife of Maurice Gravelle; dear daaghtcr of Olivine (Roycr) Cfcabot; dear mother of Mrs. Gerald Boadrcaa (Diane) of Hull; dear sister of Lionel of Hal Resting at Load Esnoad and Soa lac, 271 St. Joseph BM, Hall Owe. after I p m. Wcdaesday. October 30. Service Friday, November I at 9.30 i n. in St Joseph's Church. Hull Interment Notre Dame Ccsactery. Hull X927Z HALL la hospital oa Wednesday. October 30. 1974. J. Gartaad Hall of RessctL OnL; beloved laabaad of Terry OUca; dear father of Jaascs of Metcalfe; abo survived by tw grandsons. Resting at the Warner Faacral Home. Rested. Oat, here friends may cal after 2 p m-Friday. Faacral service Saturday 1 pm. Istcrmeat North Russell Cemetery. Z904A HULSE & PLAYFAIR IMTES BRE2. George B0STTMW1CK. Mabel Euatwtt DENEAULT, Rose Anna DOaSNEUT. Mary t LEE. Port Ow9 tWyt McElWY. Cr Mf MOFr-ATT. Tfiowins I. MO WATSON. Andrew Den! Wast Owaaf 72S-T76T Cansrat Oiaaaf 233-TW3 LAPENSEE, Pad Augustine On Tuesday, October 29, 1974, Paul Augustine Lapensee, beloved husband of Francoise Croteau; aged 46; dear father of Michel, Vanier, brother of Jean-Pierre, Hull; Marc, St. Jean D'Iberville; Andre, Francois, both of Otuwa; Louis, Vanier; Miss Murielle, Vanier, Mrs. Toni Vincelli (Raymonde) Montreal; Reverend Sister Christiane Lapensee, Sacred Heart Sisters, Otuwa. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funer Home, 300 Olmstead St. Funeral Saturday, November 2, to Notre Dame de St. Esprit Church at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Otuwa. Z996Z LARABIE, Mrs. Canst! At her residence on Wednesday, October 30, 1974, age 52 years, Carmel Laverty of 1525 Alu Vista; daughter of Joseph Laverty; beloved wife of Georges Lara-bie; dear mother of Bernard, Marcel, Gerard, Jacques of Otuwa; Mrs. Johnny Renaud (Liliane) Greely; Mrs. Kenny Rossing (Juliette) Tupper Lake, New York; dear sister of Gerald, Edmond, Joseph, Anselm, all of Ottawa; Mrs.Theresa Casey, Mrs. Vera Green of Templeton; Mrs. Mabel Smith, Ottawa; Mrs. Viola Fraser, Mexico; Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. Gertie Menard, Ottawa; also survived by 6 grandchildren. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead St, Vanier. Funeral Saturday, November 2, to St. Sebast-ien Church for Funeral Mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Otuwa. Z944A LATREILLE, Gerard Accidentally on Monday, October 28, 1974, age 45 years, son of Clauda Villeneuve and of the late Omer Latreille; beloved husband of Barbara Reid; dear father of Michael, Paul Marc, Madeleine, Patricia, Lori-Ann, all at home; dear brother of Alban, Smiths Falls; Fernand, Alexandria; Miss Therese, Ottawa. Resting Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead St, Vanier. Funeral Friday, November I, to the Resurrection of Our Lord Church for funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. Y964Z LEE, Pork Chang (Kelly) In hospital on Wednesday, October 30, 1974. Pork Chung Lee, of 992 Mounuinview Ave, in his 81st year, husband of the late Mee Kam Mark; father of Wei Man Lee; brother of Mrs. Chung Mark, Wing Lee of China; grandfather of David, Dick and Donald. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service on Friday at 3 P.M. Interment Beecbwood Cemetery. Y922Z LEMAY, Miss Alice In hospiul after a lengthy illness on Wednesday. October 30. 1974, Alice Lemay, daughter of the late Tertulien Lemay and of the late Celina Laporte; dear sister of Miss Juliette Lemay of Hart Road, Green's Creek; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 St. Patrick St. Funeral Saturday, November 2, to the Basilica for funeral Mass at 9. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Otuwa. Z944A LOFTHOLSE, George Sidury At his residence 368 Holland Ave. on Tuesday, October 29, 1974, Sidney Loft-house, beloved husband of Josephine Brown and dear father of Elizabeth Winters and foster-father of George Campbell of Winnipeg; Mr. Loft house was with the Department of National Health and Welfare Medical Services Branch. Resting Vcitch Draper Ltd, Parkdalc Ave. at Gladstone where service will be held on Thursday at I p.m. Interment Becchwood Cemetery. Donations to Heart Fund would be appreciated. Z049Z LOWE, Harriet la hospiul oa Tuesday, October 29. 1974. Harriet Lowe of Pakcnham. in her 97th yean beloved daughter of the lau Mr. and Mrs. George Lowe (nee Mary Woods) and dear sister of Mrs. Flora Drammond. of Prospect Park, Pennsylvania. Abo survived by 2 nieces. Mrs. Mona Thompson and Gladys Dnim-mond, and 2 aephews, Kenneth and Jack Drammond. Resting at the Comba Faacral Home, 127 Church Street. Almonte, where service will be held on Friday. Nov. I. at 2 p.m. Rev. A. Cecil Dodds officiating. Interment Union Cemetery. Pakenham. Friends will be received from 130 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9: 30 p.m. Z902Z MAtTOU SyKia AeckJenurty oa Wednesday. October 30. 1974. age 46 years. Sylvio Martd of 87 Barrette St, Vanier. beloved husband of Riu Demcrs; dear father of Andre of Hull; Roger. Michel. Mrs. Gilles Larocquc (Suzanne) Vanier; dear brother of Ida. Mrs. Rose Pepin. Aurorc of Otuwa; abo survived by one granddaughter Claaulc Resting at Racine Robert aad Gauthier Funeral Home. 259 SL Patrick St. Faneral Saturday. November 2 to Sl Charles Church for Faacral Mas at 9 l a. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. Otuwa. Z943A MkClltACH, ' (afeesrad OUL i la hospital ea Wednesday. October 30, 1974. age 91 years, formerly of 21 Beverley Ave, husband of the late Sarah Theresa Little, aad ef Emma Lora; dear father ef (Mary) Mrs. AJ. Morrison, and the late WiDiaa T. McCaOagb, aad grandfather of Laddie Morrison. aB of Ottawa. Friends may call at the McEvoy Shield Faacral Hone. 233 Heat Sl after 7 p at. Ilejrsday. Funeral Saturday to Our Lady of Mouat Carmel Church, Mast 10 a.sn Interment Notre Dame Ccasttciy. McEVOY-SHIELDS RjpAt ocros ft fm cartnjous vj't'tmity moot tCHS AMOWCBGK75 i fm exer 235 Ke S?e( 2325337 MONTACANO, Aegtsstas (Gas) Suddenly at his home, 265 Viewmount Drive, on Tuesday, October 29, 1974, Augustus Montagano, age 75 years. Beloved husband of the late Sadie McLcllan; dear father of Gordon, Earl Mrs. Wilfred Tinsley (Gladys); Mrs. Howard Boyle (Anita); Mrs. Thomas Boucher (June); dear brother of Mrs. Lena Hogan; Mrs. Lucy Damiano; Mrs. Anne Ryan; Mrs. Stella Brault; Mrs. Donalda Parent and Nicholas. Predeceased by brother Michael and sister Mary Palumbo. Also survived by 11 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Ontario Heart Fund would be greatly appreciated. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road, at Roosevelt. Service in the Chapel Friday 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery. Y918Z OUIMET, Moise In hospiul on Tuesday, October 29, 1974, Moise Ouimet, age 87 years, husband of the late Emma Delauriers. Surviving is second wife Emma Dupuis; dear father of Donat, Brownsburg, Que.; Emile, Moose Creek; Gerard, Montreal; Mrs. Albert Daoust (Laura), Sarsfield; Mrs. Georges Rousse (Lucienne), Moose Creek; Mrs. Adrian Daoust (Irene), Orleans; sister Laurentia Ouimet, Sacred Heart. C.S.C, Cornwall; Mrs. Rene Guertin (Cecile), Hull; brother of Fortunat, of Otuwa; Mrs. Ovila Juillet (Georgians), Dorion; Mrs. Wilfrid Doth (Donalda), Maxville. 36 grandchildren and many great-great grandchildren. Resting at Charbonneau and Quesnel Funeral Home, Casselman. Friends may call after 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 30. Service Friday II a.m. at St.-Guillaume Church, Vars. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Moose Creek. Y9I4Z TRl'DEL, Huguette On Thursday, October 31. 1974, in hospiul, Huguette Bcausejour, age 44, beloved wife of Paul H. Trudel; dear mother of Jacques, Pierre, Roger, Francoise, Marguerite and Monique; sister of Leo Bcausejour, of Quebec City. Resting Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 269 Bes-serer St. Funeral Mass at St. Genevieve Church Saturday at II a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Otuwa. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. Z94IA UNDERWOOD, Normaa In hospital on Tuesday, October 29, 1974, Norman Walter Underwood, age 57 years; of 57 Lees Ave.; husband of Marjorie MacLcan; father of Joan Underwood of Summerville, P.E.I. Private Legion service was held on Wednesday. Z930Z VOYER, Doctor Rosaire On Monday, October 28, 1974, Doctor Rosaire Voyer, of 20 Lacasse St., Hull, age 56; beloved husband of Hugette Castonguay; dear father of Alain; brother and brother-in-law of Sister St. Patrice (Marie) S.C.O, Gerard (Yvonne Marquis), Charlesauguste (Irene Desche-nes) both of Rimouski; Lucien (Laurette Beaupre) Montreal; Patrice (Edna Moffat) Gatineau; Mrs. Edmond Voyer (Georgette Blais) Hull; also survived by several nephews and nieces. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier, 101 Notre Dame St, Hull visiting hours from 4 to 10 p.m. Funeral Friday in Notre Dame de Lorette Church, Begin St, Hull, at 2 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Hull. Donations to Doctor R. Voyer Fund. Faculty of Medicine. University of Otuwa appreciated. Y9I6Z WARREN, Marie Ltarx Maacat At her residence, 1854 Haig Drive, on Wednesday. October 30, 1974, Blanche Thibault, age 57 years, widow of Harold Warren, and dear mother of Douglas, Garry, Michael (Edith) Mrs. Robert Huard; (Nancy) Mrs. David LcPage; sister of Albert. Arthur, Lionel William, Peter. (Diane) Mrs. Phil Connelly; (Anna) Mrs. Glen Warren; (Theresa) Mrs. Alex Vanassc Also survived by II grandchildren. Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home. 235 Kent St. after 7 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday in Ressurectioa of our Lord Church (Saunderson Drive). Mass at 9 a.m. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery. WATSON, Aadrrw DaastJ Oa Tuesday. October 29. 1974, Andrew Daniel Watson, ia his 93rd yean beloved husband of Amy Claire Reid; father of Mrs. US. Ferguson ( Barbara k Hugh. Berkley Heights, New Jersey; Andrew, Toronto. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel 315 McLeod Sl after 6 P.M, Thursday. Service ia the Chapel oa Friday at 2 P.M. Interment Becchwood Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Y98IZ MACLEOD, MH Private faneral services for Merrill Cedr is MacLeod were held ia the chapel ef Lannia Faneral Home. Smiths Falls ea September 20tk. 1974. Mr. MacLeod as bora ia Finch. Ontario. September 28th. 1943. tow of the late Ccdric MacLeod and Mrs. Laura MacLeod who survives. A brother Winston erodeceascd ia I9M. Rev. E. Phipps officiated at the funeral aad ratenrteat was at Hillcrest Cemetery. Pallbearers were three ancles and three cousins, Douglas Madeod ef Cornwall William McLeod of Long Sauk. A B. Ware of Long Sauk, Bruce MacLeod ef Cnrwafl. Peter Forget of Ottawa. Scott Adams ef Buflalow. New York. 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