The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on March 11, 1972 · Page 46
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M" 11, 1972 TTipttowo Journal - . - 1 - ... - , ' i LQo67r.,,,:i;,, HfO '4 - r . 7 J " .f. . . . . . . . - X OaaV ViwW 1 2. HnM- .Peilto , ( 3. DuSb . 3., : ' Duto . .1 J." ... Deafbs 5. . ltd w : . I : I- ' I - " ' . I (Caftf. from PrKdba Cohimnl I (Curt, from Preceedlna Column) ' I (OW mm aw-auto, Cnhmxl I '' ' ' tomorrow ; 'TODAY Snow Travellers' Club, carnival, Kazabazua, all day. ,tum Program, . National Li- Lauren tian Junior Concert, Lauremian' High School, 2.30 Ottawa "West Junior Music Oub concert, Fisher Park High oumit; i.a pjn,. .... . IrJebe Centre Inc. annual meeting, 954 Bank St, 7,30 p.m. Canadian Film Festival, University of Ottawa medical auditorium, 8 p.m. V j Ottawa u Youth Orchestra concert, Woodroffe High School, 8 . p.m,.. ' -. . Colors in the Dark, NAC Studio, 8 p.m. i Two "Feydeau. play, NAC Theatre,. 8. IS p.m. Broadway to '50, RA Centre, 8.1$ p.m.. . :: Ida and Sylvia, MAC Opera House, 9.30 p.m. 1 Chinese auction, Machzikei Hadas, 151 Chapel St., 8.30 p.m. Life. with Father, Ottawa little Theatre, 8J0 p.m. Double-play,' Space Theatre, St. Pat's College, 8.30 p.m. TOMORROW Notes on Light, National Gallery, 30 p.m. RCMP Band concert, NAC Opera House, 3 p.m. Cathedral i the Capital, lecture' by Dr. K. H. Hubbard, Christ Church Cathedral hall, Ottawa Film Council, pro-mm. National Library, 8.30 p.m. Double-play, Space Theatre, St. Pat's College, 8.30 p.m. MONDAY Blood donor clinic, Sir Charles Tupper Building, 9.30 to noon and 1.30 to 4 p.m.; also 85 Plymouth St., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m. International "Y" Fair, Skyline ballroom, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Andre Laurendeau High School band concert, 8 p.m. Life with Father, Ottawa Little Theatre, 8.30 p.m. Canada's Contribution to the Vietnam ' War, Nancy Pocock and Dr. James Steele, St. George's Church Hall, 152 Metcalfe St., 8 p.m. Two-piano recital, University of Ottawa Academic Hall, 8.30 p.m. INDEX TO CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCEMENT! vital stomnat 1. Adaption 2. Birth 3. Death 4. OWtuorles 5. Last . Foond 13. In Monterlom 14. Anniversary Maun 15. Cards ol Thanks H. Funeral Director 17. Cemetery . Memorial It Societies and Lodge 19. Church 20. Florists Jl. Cemeteries 2. Drvgglst Opm Sunday I 30. Service Station tenrlcesi 33. Bonquet and PartlM 34. TakeOut Foodi 15. Wher to Go . 14. Hottl and Mattel V. Beauty salon ' 38. Nursing Homo 19. OardHilng and Landscaping - j, 40. AmbuMmc Service ' Employment . ' Help Wanted Mai Interest SalM Pron and Agent Position Vacant 42. v 44. I 45. ,46. Kelp Wanted Femole tnterast Nursing Srvlc 47. 4. . - fa f i. n. Employment wanv Domestic iwp Tuition -Trade schools. Baby service RENTALS - APARTMENTS i HOUSES 0ARDBN HOMES -U. Apartment to Lot 45. Furnished Apartment to Let M. Apartments Wwited ' S7. House Garden Home ' M. Furnished Apartment Wanted M. Sublet . . . PROPERTY. Industrial PropertW Property tar Sol , Property tor Rent ; Property Wonted Income Property - Li Bmnmrlyl Out-ot-Town Proper! le"3 Forms tar Solo ... 47. Form for worn Farm Wonted to Buy rimM far Soto 70. 71. TL 7. 74. 7J. 74. 77. 7. M. Con ogee tar nt Cotloge wanreoi Cottoge Lot tar Sal -Warehouso Space) Otfloe So Let f OffioM Wonted Ml Let tor to Let Stores Wonted M) Let to. Busirle Opporttmltle I. Hunllnf and F(snm rooms ' ,. M. Room to Let (7. Room WoVXed . M. Roeni end loart . snoro AccsmmoelorlM BROWN To Rick and Judy (nee Sutherland) March 7, 1972 at the Civic Hospital, a son, Vi lbs. COLEMAN John and Marion (nee MacDiarmid) are happy to announce tne Dirtn oi a baby girl, Tania Elizabeth, March 10, 1972, 6 lbs., 6 oz. Thanks to Drs. Puddlcombe end Gear, and staff at Civic Hospital. DONOHUE Charles and Carol (nee Wilkie) are happy to announce the birth of their first child, a girl, Wednesday, March 8, 1972, at Grace Hos pital. Thanks to Dr. Hulley and caseroom staff. FORRESTER Ken and Carol (nee Bacon) are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Deanna Lee, 7 lbs., 10 ozs., March 9, 1972, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. LATIMER Hugh and Suzanne (nee Lyon) are pleased to an nounce the birth of their daughter, Kimberly Elizabeth, 5 lbs., 5 oz., March 10, 1972, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital A sister for Bill. ROWAT Raymond and Carol (nee Smith), are pleased to announce the birth of a son, at the Pontiac Community Hospi tal, Shawville, on Friday, March 10, 1972. A brother for Douglas, Nancy, David, Rob ert and Alison. Mother and baby both well. SMITH Dr and Mrs. Geo John-Smith (neeTlae-Beal) are pleased to announce the birth of their first child. Mar line Tracey, 6 Djs., 11 oz., Feb. 13, 1972. The excellent care of Dr. H. Goldwin. Smith, Mrs. Penner and other Ottawa Civic Hospital staff is sin cerely appreciated. VH.LENEUVE Dennis and Martina (nee Killeen) proudly announce the arrival of twin sons, Carl and Daryl, at the Almonte General Hospital, March 10, 1972. Mother and sons doing weS. POWER PLANT CONTRACT A $l,658,80u contract for con struction of a central power plant for the Animal Diseases Research Institute has been awarded to Ron Engineering and Construction Ltd., of Ot tawa, it has been announced by tne public works department. MBRCHANDIIB Articles i 1. Cameras, Photo Supplies n. Articles tar Sale n. Article Wanted 9A. Article tar Rent W. Articles tor Swap 6. Antiques and! Fine Art 7. Firewood and Fuel l. Market Baket 9. Machinery end Equipment ' 100. Pet Stock Ml. Livestock and Poultry 101. Stamps and Coin 103. Hobbles 104. Boats and Motors 105. Snowmobiles 106. Campers' Supplies 107. Musical Supplies 10. Radio -Television lot. Household Appliance AUTOMOTIVE Avtesi lit. Auto Leasing 120. Autos for Sale 121. Autos Wanted 122. Auto Accessories 123. Sports Cor 124. Auto Port Trucks: 13. Trucks tar 5ne 130. Truck Bodies, Part 111. Trucks Wanted Trallem 113. Trailers tar Sole - ' 1M. Trailers tar Rent 115. Mobile Homes for Sal 134. Mobil Homes tar Rent 137. Mobil Homes Moved 138. Mobil Home Pork lit. Mobil Homes Exchanged Metercycleu '. 143. Motorcycles for Sole 144. Motorcycles for Rent 147. Scooters for Sole 148. Scooters far Rent 14t. Ski Corner Miscellaneous! 151. Caroges 153. Parking Spec 151. Winterising REAL ESTATE ' 157. Houses for Sale 158. Property Management 159. Condominium 140. Furnished House to Let 141. Furnished Houses Wanted to Let i 141. Houses Wanted to Let 16J. Houses Wanted to Buy PR8HONALS 'tt -s 174. Personal Memo 177. Trarsportatlon Available 178. Transportation Wonted 17t. Camps Boys' and Girls', FINANCIAL 185. Financing 184. Money Wanted 187. Money AvaHabt 18. Mortgagee 1st. Investment ' 18. Patent and Copy, MISCELLANEOUS .14. Legal . 19$. Auctions IN. At Your Strvtc . 17. Coming Event 18. Stomp Collector lt. Anniversary Peg BUSH, Edward In hospital at Ottawa, Unt, on Friday, March 10, 1972. Edward Bush, beloved husband - of - Hilda Coughlin, dear father of Stanley and Mrs. Anne Corrigan, Ottawa; Earl, Carleton Place; Harold and Roy, Richmond, in bis 75th year. Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place. Service in the chapel on- Monday at 2 pjn. Entombment United vault Spring burial, Minister, Ont BYERS Charles At Renfrew, Ont., Saturday, March 11, 1972, Charles Byers in his 85th year, beloved husband of .Margaret Kirkwood and father of Bill, of Renfrew, and Donald, of BrockviUe. Resting at McPhail and Perkins Funeral Home, Renfrew, where the funeral service will be conducted on Monday, March 13, at 3 JO .pan. CODE, Pearl On March 8, 1972. Mrs Peart Capitola Code, at the age of 94, beloved mother of Bessie, 495 Percy St., survived by one sister, Mrs. Hilda Buchanan, of Cal gary; one granddaughter, Carol, of London, Eng.; three grandsons, Arthur, Robert and Walter; also eight great grandchildren. Funeral , ser vice was held from Hulse and Playfalr, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St, Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Elmwood Ceme tery, Perth, Ont. In the spring CRONIER, Xavier Of Mes- slircs. Que husband nf the late 'Eugenie Malboeuf, Xavier Cronier, general contractor, in Manlwaki Hospital, on Thursday, March 9, 1972, aged 85 years, dear father of Guillaume, Yvon, Messlnes; Theophlle, of Port Colborne, Ont.; Oliver and Reginald, of Wetland, Ont.; Mrs. John McConnery (Deneiges), Gracefield; Mrs. Jean-Paul D a u 1 1 (Leonle), Messines; Mrs. Jean-Paul Either (Florence), Hull; dear brother of Thomas and Honore, of Messlnes; AdeJard, Hull; Mrs. Oo t a v e Saumure (Eugenie), Miss Delia, Messines; Mrs. Oliver Gameau (Roseanna), of Blue Sea Lake; Miss Cle- mence, Ottawa; also survived! by 30 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Resting at McConnery Funeral Home, Manlwaki. Requiem Mass Saturday, March 11, at St Raph ael Church, Messines, 3 p.m. Interment parish cemetery. GILPATRICK, Louisa In hos pital Thursday, March 9, 1972, Louisa Noyes, beloved wife of Claude GilpatricK sr., of 532 McMillan St, Gatineau, in her 84th year, mother of Claude Jr. of Gatineau. Que.: Dr. John of Geneva, N.Y., and Mrs. Eric Gates (Laura) of Ottawa, also surviving, 12 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St Service Saturday 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. GORDON, John R. In hospital Thursday, March 9, 1972, John R. Gordon age 49 years, beloved husband of Edith Mc Cuaig of 2240 Halifax Drive, dear father of Mrs. Jim Phel- an (Connie) of Kingston, Richard and Jimmy of Ot tawa, also survived by Us father John C. Gordon of Ot tawa, brother of Mrs. Milton Hunt (Shirley) and Mrs. Lester Thompson (Joanne). Resting Hulse and Playfalr (cen tral chapel), 315 McLeod Street Service Saturday at 9.30 ajn. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. KNIGHTON, Mary Blanche In hospital, London, ont, March 9, 1972, m her 84th "year, beloved wife of John Knighton, Windsor. Ont; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kewley, dear mother of Merlye, Charles, John, Scott End Kenneth, dear sister of Mrs. Eddie Murphy (Irene), of Arnprtor, ont; and Mrs, James Burnham (Violet), of Windsor, Ont In terment wmosor.i . , . . J Journal Box Sepiiei r 060 090 090 080 O 130 134 17 174 175 333 237 ZtB 'Ml J9 we 20 xn 308 3M 303 300 33S 842 S46 847 3S6 356 85 86D 860 88 374 37 860 8M 397 396 400 413 415 481 487 441 443 446 40 4W 49 471 ,475 493 621 626 638 641 ,. , RpUe M&flnd March 10, 1973 0 2WS 428 450 40 469 474 480 483 487 600 60S 607 BOB 610 613 614 615 616 618 620 628 534 636 637 (44 663 664 666 683 690 693 a LANDRY, Anne Ames. TIN At St Michael's Hospital, To-j ronto, Thursday, March i, , 1972, Anne Agnes Landry, RN, : daughter of the late Mathlas and Corinne Landry, dear sis ter of Mrs. A. Holliniworth (Germafae), Mrs. W. WhisseU : (Alma). Rolande, Mrs ' C Couture (Francolse). Claire, Mm J. Leprohon (Adelaide), " Jacques, and Mrs. S. Martin , (Graoia); also dearly missed by ' all nieces k and nephews. Friends may cali at Rosar- Morrison Funeral Home. 467 Sherboume St, Toronto, until 9 15 a.m. Monday. Funeral Mass in Our Lady of the As sumption Church, 2565 Bath- urst SU Toronto, at 10 ajn. Interment Mount Hope Ceme tery.- Family requests memorials to Canadian Heart Fund. LEFEBVRE, Leopold-In hospi tal Thursday. March 9, 1972. age 65, of 191 Bay Street, Ot tawa, beloved husband of Winoifred Ferguson, dear bro ther of Mrs. Albert Levesque (Reina), Mrs. Yvonne Tremb- lay, Ottawa. Resting at Ra- cme, Robert and GautbJer, 7 Fairmont Avenue. Funeral, itt. service Monday in chapel a 1 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. McCONNELL, Annie Ethel In hospital, Thursday, March 9, 1972, Ethel Quinn, aged 78. 2090 Neepawa, beloved wife of Naaman McUonneli and dear mother of Mrs. Frank Can- (June), Ottawa; Mrs. Basil Watson-Gioria)r-Mi drid, N.Y.; predeceased by Willard, dear sister of Mrs. Sy Brouse (Ina), Ottawa; Mrs. Minnie McCaiui, Portland, Oregon; Jack, Kazabaz- - ua, also survived by six grandchildren. Resting at the -Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd. at Roosevelt Service in the chapel, Sun day, '2 pjn. Interment later at Capital Memorial Gardens. McGILLIS, Chesley A. In hos pital Thursday, March 9, 1972, Chesley A. McGiilis of 25 Belmont Avenue, in his 67th year, husband of Rita Campbell, father of Mrs. Dorothy Price, Amprior; Gor don and Gary McGiilis of Ottawa, also 7 grandchildren, Resting Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street Service Saturday at 11.30 ajn. Interment Pine- crest cemetery. OGDEN, John Sidney In hos pital Thursday, March 9, 1972, John S. Ogden, 2258 Midway Ave., in his 63rd year, son of the late Herbert J. Ogden and Annie Gllbank. formerly of Oshawa, nephew of Mis. Vera Gllbank. of Midland, Ont Res ting Veitch Draper Ltd., Bank St at Carling Ave., until Sat urday at 4 p.m. thence to Armstrongs Funeral Home, Oshawa, for service at 1.45 pjn. Monday. Interment Osh awa. O'SHEA, Mona On March 4, 1972, Mrs. Mona O'Sbea, of Edmonton, Alta., aged 80 years, she leaves her loving husband, John, one son, Kerry, Fulton, 111.; three daughters, Mrs. W. Forrest (Eileen), Edmonton; Miss Una O'Shea, Edmonton; and Mrs J. E. Brown (Shee-lagh). Manotsck. Out Funeral service was held at Connelly- McKinley Funeral Home in Edmonton. Interment In Field of Honour, St Joachims Cemetery. PALUSTERs Graham Dawson Accidentally on Thursday, March 9, 1972, Graham Pallis-ter, in his 17th year, beloved son of Jack and Betty Pallis- tcr (nee Watson), dear broth er of Sandy. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd. at Roosevelt, from 7 JO to 9.30 p.m. Friday, Private family service on Sat urday. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate memorials to the Children's Hospital or the Ontario Heart Foundation. PELADEAU, Mrs. Dominic On Saturday, March 11, 1972, aged (fi years,' Regina Phar- . and of 86 Marier, wife of the late Dominic Peladeau, be loved mother of Eugene Ger- . ard,- Mrv-. Raymond - Lepine, (Tberese) of Vanier City; Richard of Ottawa and Mrs Adrian Prevost (Aline) , of Gatineau Point and sister Of Rene Pbarand, .Mrs Luclen Patenaude (Marguerite) of Vanier; Theodore and Mrs. Alfred Mulligan (Rose Alma) of Ottawa, 14 grandchildren. Resting at the Racine, Robert and GautbJer Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead Street, Vanier. Funeral Mass at Notre Dame du St Esprit Church on Monday. Interment Notre- Dame cemetery, Ottawa. ROSS, Col. Gordon LeBreton In hospital Thursday, March . a, 1972, col. cordon LeBreton Ross, son of the late Mr. and . Mrs. Henry LeBreton Koss. j Resting Hulse and - Playfair Central Chapel,' 315 McLeod st Service Monday 11 a.m. Interment Beechwood ceme-. texy. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Saturday. SCHNOBB, Isaac B. (Ike) In hospital on Saturday, March 11, 1972, Iasac Schnobb, age ' 61 years, of 85 Range Road, husband of the late Mary Jean Bourdon. Dear father of (Elizabeth) Mrs. Vera Barr, (Yvonne) Mrs. Robert Langlois, (Ire) Mrs. Roy Simpson, all of Ottawa; dear stepfather of Leo Beaulieu, Andy BeauHeu and Mrs. Gibo Cacciotti; dear brother of M. Florence Beaudoin. Sixteen grandchildren also survive. Resting McEvoy- Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street, after 7 pjn., Saturday. Funeral Monday in Christ the King Church, (Ar- gyle Avenue). Time later. Interment Notre Dame Ceme tery. FMSEVENS, Thomas G. At IXiferifrew, Ont., on Friday, March 10, 1972, Thomas G Stevens, beloved husband of Ethel Miller and dear father of John Stevens of Toronto (Margaret) Mrs. D. K. Morgan -of Mexico City; (Anne) Mrs. G. D. Killbam of ThamWll. Resting at the McPhail and Perkins Funeral Home, Ren- 'rew, where the funeral serv ice wiH be conducted on Mao- day, March 13 at 2 p.m. Inter ment Thorn sonhiH Cemetery in the spring. SWORLIK, Josef At his resi dence, Friday, March 10, 1972, Josef Sworlik, of 28 Waverley St. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre Town). Funeral arrangements incomplete. THOMPSON, John Sidney In Winchester Hospital, on Thursday, March 9, 1972, John S. Thompson, of Brinston, Ont, in his 69th year, beloved husband of Aonella Latourell, dear father to Knox, of Pres-cott, and Ruth, at home. Rest ing at the Falrbatra Funeral Home, Brinston. Funeral services Sunday, March 12, at 2 p.m. in the Knox Presbyterian Church, Iroquois, Ont. Inter ment in the spring. TURNBULL, Andrew Dickson In hospital, Friday, March 10, 1972, Andrew Turnbull, aged 88 years, husband of the late Annie Forsyth, and dear father of William, Burlington, Ont.; Mrs. Walter Harkness (Margaret), Huntington, Que.; and Mrs. Wflllam Ainger (Marion), Ottawa; also sur vived by six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd. at Roosevelt, from 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday. Service in the Chapel Monday, 2 pjn. Interment Huntington, Que. in the spring. Remarks for developers, says planner Matthew Kilpatrick, Glouces ter Township planning consultant, said his comments at the Wednesday planning board meeting were directed at build ing developers for "playing pontics," not Gloucester Town ship council. . ' Mr. Kilpatrick said he was an noyed that building developers would agree to a decision on amendments . to Gloucester building coverage bylaw in new housing developments at a plan ning board meeting, and in consultation with the technical advisory committee, end then at tempt to have the amendments changed by council. , ; ; Heating pipes to Spain river A $L798.$00 contract for the construction of steam and ; con- den a a t e piDinit has been awarded by the department of puouc wonts to Kon Eninneer- ing and Construction Ltd. of Ot tawa. : i . : The pipe will run under die Macdonald-Cartier Bridge and will connect the beahns mant in Hull tb government buildings on the Ottawa side ot tne river. -The only other bidder for the contract was Antagon Construction of Montreal, which sub mitted a bid of $1,980,000. TYLYHUZ (Talhrhoe). ' Mrs ixra In hospital Friday, ' Marco 10, 1972, Doris Kos- tenuk, age 86 years, former ly of 585 O'Connor street . widow of George : Tylybuz end dear mother ot Micnael, John, Peter, (Rose) Mrs. Alex CmikiewKZ and (Soph) Mrs. Don Wheeler, all of Ot tawa, (Mary) , Mrs. John Villeneuve and Anne TaUv- boe, both of Montreal, and . (Edna) Mrs. William-Dillon, Victoria, BC. 10 grandchil dren and 3 eiat grandchil dren . also survive. Resting McEvoy Shields Fun era.) Home, 235 Kent Street after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday to Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Ukranian Orthodox Church (1000 Byron Avenue) for service . et 9 pjn. Interment Assumption Cemetery, Merwale Road. Prayers on . Sunday at , 8 pjn. in the funeral home. VAUGHAN, David Andrew. In hospital, Friday, March 10, 1972, David Andrew Vaughan, aged 86 years, of Richmond, Ont., brother of Lome, of Bel leville, and Frederick, of NJ Private service will be held Monday at Beechwood Crematorium at 11 a.m. WILKIE, Walter In St. Francis Memorial Hospital, Barrys Bay, Friday, March 10, 1972, Walter WilWe of Kill- aloe, age 76, beloved husband of Minnie Zummach, dear father of Mervin, Renfrew, and Mrs,-Bennie-Hokum), - Kill aloe, dear brother of Her- 'man of Kitchener and twin brother Paul of Kitchener, Elizabeth (Mrs. Herman Burndt), Eganville, Annie (Mrs. Alex Layman), Golden Lake, predeceased by 2 brothers Emil and Julius, also survived by seven grandchil dren and one great-grand child. Resting at the Zum mach Funeral Home, Killaloe, after 2 pjn. Saturday until Monday, March 13, thence to Grace Evangelical Church. Killaloe, for funeral service at 2 p.m. Interment Immanuel Baptist cemetery, Killaloe. In lieu oi flowers donations to the Cancer Society would be ap preciated. VEITCH-DRAPER . LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ogden, John Sidney. PARKDALE CHAPEL - 728-4673 BANK. ST. CHAPEL - 236-0668 McEVOY-SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS .... 232-5337 Serving members of all Creeds and Religion. News and announcements 6 p.m., C.K.O.Y. HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED Gllpalrlck, Louise. . McGiilis, Chesley A. Rom. Colonel Gordon LeBreton. Umworth, W. Orr. Vaughan, David Andrew. Central Chapel Wert Chap! 233-1143 728-1761 vice & Craig ltd. FUNERAL HOMES METCALFE WINCHESTER: . . CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 ' One convenient telephone number rves all 1 location. FRED N. GARRETT. ; FUNERAL SERVICE . , . KNOWN FOR OUR "J REASONABLE RATES Since 1938 mrfappkiimrHo1 Obllgattnn'1" 1 2334773' , 584 SOMERSET STREET WIST Journal Subscription (ales ' SINOLB COPY PRICE dolly 10c, Mc Solurdoy : ( BY CARRIIBi ne o wee. , BY MAIL) Payable In oovonce Canada. Cknrdlan Porce Pott Offle end U.S.A. NM a month or ut.00 a year. All Other countrie 4.W a month or 140.00 a year. Saturday only 1S per km or IIL00 a year to any oMre. Par further Information coll M-MII. or write The. Ottawa Journal, Ml tourler Avenue Went, Ottawa, Ontario, KIO MC. AMBER NECKLACE.-T H U R SDAY, March , vicinity PamelMaiurcnill-f Kenwooo. nvwara. itw-rw. AT THE ART CENTRE, SATURDAY, Feb. 26, lady helf tram reeding glswe In red cat. 722-0411. BLACK RECORD NOTEBOOK, CON- telnlng Klenlitlc date, vicinity let NRC, Sussex Drive, Pea. 2i Reword. W1-WI5 or 235-916J. BLACK CAT, MALE, MONTE ITH Street, Elmvele Acre. 731-4539. BLACK, MALE POODLE, FLANAGAN, lost Saturday, March t, no collar, ear tattoo. Pleas, plea coll 731-4IM, otter . Reward. BLACK MIXED LABRADOR, MALE, with white on neck, also some whit on paw and tip ot tall, brown collar, no tag, nam Tippy. 746-WW, after A. tsa reward. BROWN AND WHITE HUSKY. FAMI-, ly very worried. 43 Elm St. Reward. CAT MISSING, WESTBORO, BLACK with no tall. Answer to Mustatfa 111 reward. TTsVeMl. 28-1075. , CHILDREN'S PET, BLACK POODLE, " lost West End, answers to Pepper, reward. 722-0393. FIVE YEAR OLD'S COMPANION LOST west cna, eonay coiorea terrier, ww man, red collar, licence No. 012. Kewara. u-zt GLASSES. MAN'S, BANK STREET, (yiaosron, Kern, in case. GOLD CHARM.BRACELET, 2 CHARMS, vicinity O'Connor, Laurier Avenue. Reward. 592-5104. GOLD RIM PRESCRIPTION GLASSES lost vicinity Rldeau Street Saturday evening. 729-389. GRUEN WATCH, GOLD EXPANSION band, near el- McEwen. Reward, (25-1235, 722-224. . KEY COtvTAltiEft, PERCY-CLEMOW- Bonk to Fourth Avenue. 235-959. KITTEN, FEMALE, GREY, WHITE, little gold. 4 months. 213-4383, otter 5. LADY'S SUNGLASSES, PRESCRIP- tton multi-colored dark frame. 235- LOST, SCOTTIE DOG, MALE, CARSON Grove orea, East Ottawa. Kewara. 746-2022. MAN'S SIGNET RING, LETTER "R", by costlier, wnHe parcelling ot Lo-bknvi, Corllngwood, last Friday t-eventngrSewordl 7S-7SS. PURE WHITE CAT. REWARD FOR return or information. 822-0639. SKI-DOO COVER LOST, WALKLEY Road, Bank to city limits. Reward 7334260.. SMALL WHITE POODLE, PINK COL- ler, name Jody, Quallcum area. 828- 0972. SPARE TIRE AND WHEEL, NELSON Street area, March 2. Reward. (25-2347. TAN KEY CASE, BILLINGS BRIDGE, vicinity qgiivy-j or sieinoerg s. xjo-1203. -r WAllLET," BROWN LEATHER, WED- nesoay noon, oerween oronson era Second. 232-631. 6. fornid GLOVES, LADY'S, A&P PARKING lot, Carling Avenue, Thursday, March . 722-6622. MITT, BROWN LEATHER, MAN'S. 234-9032. WHITE GEftlMAN SHEPHERD, REG- Ittered found Beacon HM North vicinity, contact Human Society. 1?. h Memorlamj ALBERT In loving rentembronce ot my dear mother, Mrs. John Atoert, who passed away March 12, 1934, Partings come and heart are broken. Loved one go wHh words unspoken, Ufe goes on, I know thafs true. But not the same stnee I lost you. -Gertie. - POWERS In loving memory of o dear brother,. Michael Powers, who passed away, March 12, 1971. He suffered with courage, he never comokimed. I thought he'd get better, but aN was fn vaev So God took him home, to His Garden to resr. It h true what they toy, he takes only the best. Alwoys remembered. Ulster Florence. SUCKLAND In loving memory ot our. dear mother and father; Laurel ILoWv) Buckfond, who passed away March 11, 1970, and J. AMen Buck- land, Feb. 12, 1970. H has been two years, dear to be with dod, you hove gone. Sons BHI end Poddyv asso Ann and Grandchildren, Louro, Jon, BlTTlJE R In fond ond loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, James Butler, who pasted away a year ago loony. Eternal root, grant unto Mm O Lord. And let perpetual Hght chin upon mm, Sod missed by WHe a CRAIG In loving rameinbiunco of a asar wet .end mother, Heten M, Craig, who patted away March 11, iv 1. . , Our Bps cannot teN how we rntss her, Our hearts cannot tetf what to soy; God oton know haw we miss her m a home that le lonesome today. OTueoona dod ana r-omay, ,enon, Jontce, Jeff and Shotfey. CRAIG In loving memory of a dear swrtr, ' tieten, who passed away mw i-i, iTn And whfie she Be In peaceful An. Her memory we snail otwoy keep. - joc ana tntne. ORAK In tovrng memory of a dear mr ana aunt, Heten May Cratg, "w pana-owoy marcn II, rfl. Not hut today but very day, . to (Hone we remember, . -iaui. Danny and Fonslly. CHAK3 ' In lovlna mernory of a dear i si u ana aunt, netsn avg, who tneeea owoy, march n, 1V71. - Panoy iwnemljena ' Vera, Ketm, Sandy and Kertnks. DIXON In loving memory of a etear nusoano ana tamer, v. unssy ixnn, who passed owoy March 11, 1963. in mernory a aowy thought. In heart, a eHent eonrow. Too dearly loved to be forgotten ,"r- Rfioda and the ChVJren. DOHERTY to tovlna memory of n ororow, jam uomny, wno paseed away wnrcn 12, yio. a orother Michaof Doherty, who posted away March 28, 1w. Mother, Mr. Harriet 4hoTy, March 22, VMJ, . ; Tht month come with ead tvoret. KcaHng a ooy w WIH newer forget; to our heart they will ahvoy stay. Loved and retnentbeied every -day. " Mai a Ailotv Brha ond AVb tetlu,. LATtJNORCMe (Tender) - to loving memory at a dear son and brother, Wayno, who passed owoy March 12, to our Nort your memory Bngsr Aiwijy tender, fond ond true. There's not o day, dear Wayne, We do not think of you. -Mom, Doug, Heornor and David 11 h rlfBOflana v i ' (Cont. from Preceedlng Column) MapDONALO to loving memory of a dear lamer ana umnuuiioi. Mr. J. J. MocOonotd, who entered Into net March II, 1S. ' ,- Ever ternernberod ' : flora, Sam and GrandchHdren. MoOieBON In loving memory ot my asar momer, rnyiw tfienoei MOjft. borw. wtw paseed away March n, 194. ,, There k o link death ami sew. . Lev and rentembrano knt forever. i-' .' ..- Janet. - McKIBSON In loving memory ot my avar uiuiim,, cgmn mtiunnv Wn paseed away March 12, 14. - May he cewoy walk In sunehtna, ' And God lev around htm flow For the Isapptnee he gov ue. No an wHI ever know -. It broke my heart to toe htm. But he Sd not go alone. For port of me went wttti Mm The day God cowed him home. ' t . AlwoyB iTTvnvnb6r6d EMeen. POPE In loving memory of o dtar vn nmiwii waors uoreen rop. who patted away March 12, W71. Her memory is a dear today A In the hour arte passed away. - POWERS In loving memory of a w wwm, nmjua, wno passed owoy March W, 171. From hospital bed to Heavenly net, God took you home to be Ht guest; In tears I tow you eMtlngr- I watched you fade owoy. My hear woe almost broken. You fought eo hard to stay. But when I saw you steeping So psacefutty, free from pakv I could not whh you bock to tuffer All (hot patn again. Always remembered. Your niece Betty. ROY In loving memory of a deor nusoana ana tamer, Napoteon Roy, who pasted away so suddsnty March 12, 1971. The Mow was great, the shock severe; . We DtHe thought h death to neon Onty those that have knt can tell Thiorrow. of porting without fdr. '-WH, Son and Daughhr-fcv4ow. SOLE- In loving memory of a dear yranarormrv riarry 50(0, who passed away March 12, 1934. Ever temonibeicu, " 1 The Family. WILKINSON --In loving memory of a .w wm vvinv, jarm IMOJ Wilkinson, who passed away March 11, I960. Sad and sudden was the coM, So dearly loved by one ond aft; His memory Is ot tweet today M m the hour he passed owoy. Mother and Tom. WILLIAMS - In memory of o dear eon. ana oramer, trie wauomt, who passed away March 12, 1941. We cannot think of Mm as dead. Who woHas wMh us no more. Along the path of Hfe we tread. He has but gone before. Mother, Sisters and Brother. 15. Cards el Thanh BOUCHARD - I wish to nres mv incer thank to my many rekstivee, , friends ond neighbor for their kind- ' nest, words of sympathy, oeouttful floral and spiritual offering extended during my recent tod bereavement m tht lost of my hutand Sylvia (Pete) Bouchard. Special thanks to doctor and nurses of Mantfart Hospital.-WH EntiHo, 16. 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