if CLASSIFICATION .DIRECTORY vital stomttoi - i 1. Adoption ' 2. Birtm . .-,.:., ,' 3. Deaths 4. Obituaries ... ' . 5. Lost v 6. Found Notion 13. in Memorlams 14. Annlversory Mnuu 15. Cordt ot Thonks 14. Funorol Directors ' 17. Cemetery Mtmorlals i 17a Cemetery Lots . . 11. Societies and Lodges v., 19. Churches 50. Florists ' i 21. Cemeteries - 29. Druggists Open Sunday 29a Druggists Open Monday - 30. Service. Stations . V Services!'. 23. Banquets and Parties . 34, Take-Out Foods : 35. Where to Go : ' 36. Hotels and Motels; 37, Beauty Salons "' 38. Nursing Homes 39, Garaening ana Lanscaplng. 40. Ambulance Service v i.. mm- 54. Apartments to Let 55. Furnished Apartments to Let 56. Apartments Wanted 57. Houses, Garden Homes 5a. Furnished Apartments Wanted 59. Sublets i 60. Rooms to Let " 61. Rooms Wanted ,l 62. Room end Board 42A. Share Accommodation aw- .63. Business Opportunities 64. Industrial Properties 65. Property tor Sole 66. Property for Rent 67. Property Wanted 66. Income Property 69. Commercial Property . 70. Out of Town Property 71. Farms for Sale 72. Farms for Rent . 73. Forms wonted to Buy 74. Cottages for Sale 75. Cottages for Rent . 76. Cottages Wonted 77. Cottage Lots for Sale ' 78. Warehouse Space 79. Offices to Let to. Offices wanted to Let 81. stores to Let 82. stores Wanted to Let 83. Resorts 85. Hunting and Fishing Articlosi . 87. Ski Corner . ' 88. Snowmobiles 89. Snow Blowers ' 90. Bicycles 91. Cameras, Photo Supplies 92. Articles for Sale 93. Articles Wanted .' Articles for Rent 95. Articles for Swap 96. Antiques ana Fine Art 97. Firewood and Fuel 98. Market Basket 99. Machinery and Equipment 100. Pet stock 101. Livestock ond Poultry ' 102. Stamps and Coins 103. Hobbles 104. Boats and Motors 105. -Campers for Sale 106. Campers' Supplies , 107. Musical Supplies 108. Radio Television 109. Household Appliances m Autos: 119. Auto Leasing 120. Autos for Sole 121. Autos Wanted 122. Auto Accessories i 123. Sports Cors 124. Auto Parts 125, Motor Sports Events Truck! . 129. Trucks for Sale 130. Truck Bodies, Parts 131. Trucks Wanted Trailers) 132. Motor Homes 133. Trailers for Sale 134. Trailers for Rent 135. Mobile Homes for Sale 136. Mobile Homes for Rent 137. Mobile Homes Moved 138. Mobile Home Parks 139. Mobile Homes Exchanged Motorcylesi 145. Motorcycles for Sole 146. Motorcycles for Rent 147. Scooters for Sole 141. Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous! 151. Garoges ' 152. Forking Space 153. Winterizing 157. Houses tor Sale . . , ' 158. Real Estate Services 159. Conaomlnlums 160. Furnished Houses to Let 161. Furnlsheo Houses Wanted to Let - 162. Houses Wanted to Let 163. Houses Wanted to Buy 176. Personal Memos 177. Transportation Available . 178. Transportation Wonted 179. Camps Boys' end Girls' m GBaafli """" 15. Flnoncing 184, Money Wanted 187 Money Available 188. Mortgages - 189. Investment! 190. Patents and Copy I lH. 240. 1. 242. 243. 244. 246. 247. 549. 250. 15f. 352. i Restourant Hotel Help Help Wanted Salespersons and Agents Positions Vacant Professional Services Hospital Help Wonted Employment Wanted Domestic Help learners Wanted Tuition Trade Schools Baby Services ' I. .'ilUiWiil-.M!) 260. Legal 341. Auctions . .... , 262. At Your Service Today and tomorrow (J V ' TODAY V: Sculpture exhibit by Ennio Iommi, city hall, to 5 p.m. Eihibition of high Victorian design,: National Gallery, all day. ;. V - . Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, children's film West Ottawa' Community Centre, 4 p.m., Carleton Heights Community Centre, 6.30 p.m. , " . Public lecture on the Chinese strategy of development, by Prof, Paul Lb, Room 147, Fauteux Hall, 57 Copernicus St., 8 p.m. j;(v:;.vV ' iv . Lecture on life as an artist In Canada, by John Hirsch, Alumni Theatre, Southam Hall, Carleton University, 8.30 p.m. '; The Good Brothers, Rooster's, Carleton University Unl-centre, 9 p.m. . , . TOMORROW . Sculpture exhibit by Ennio Iommi, city hall, to S p.m. Exhibition of high Victorian design, National Gallery, all day. : Registration for women's physical fitness classes, West-boro Community Centre, 10 a.m. to noon. Phone 728-4S28 for information. Free noon-hour swimming for adults, Jack Purcell swimming pool, 320 Elgin St. noon to 1 p.m.'. Noon-hour concert, piano quartet, Blue Room, Mar-chand Hall, University of Ottawa, 12.4S to 1.30 p.m. ; I Indoor plants and their culture, multi-media program, Nepean Public Library, 1S41 Merivale Rd., 2 p.m. ; . Meeting of the Observers' Group, and talk on comets and comet hunting, National Research " Council , Building, Sussex Drive, Room 3001, 8.15 p.m. Visitors welcome. Lecture on television drama,, by 'John Hirsch, Alumni Theatre, Southam Hall, Carleton Uaiversity, 8.30 p.m. The Good Brothers, Carle-t o n , University Unicentre, Rooster's, 9 p.m. . Deep River seeks housing for elderly . DEEP RIVER (Special) - council weanesaay asxea me rf ministry oi Housing ior is senior citizen housing units to be rented on a geared to income basis. Council originally asked for .18 units then reconsidered and asked for 25 offering to open the housing to senior citizens from neighboring municipalities. ""John Burkus, coordinator of policy and programming, wrote in reply that the town's population is adequate without involving other municipalities. It was at his suggestion that the motion was sent to the ministry. Ekland, Stewart sign love pact LONDON (AP) Actress Britt Ekland says she is in love with pop ' singer Rod Stewart and "we've signed a pact to be faithful to each other." The 31-year-old Swedish blonde, former wife of comedian Peter Sellers, told London reporters: "It's too early to talk about marriage, but Rod and I see our love as a permanent relationship." i Stewart, 30, said: "I have been looking for someone like Britt for years. I'm in heaven. I have' promised to be faithful". " Miss Ekland, who starred In the latest James Bond movie, The Man With the Golden Gun, was the companion in recent years of U.S. record producer Lou Alder. They have a 20-month-oId son, Nicholai. Journal Box Replies A IS 32 43 60 62 64 68 70 78 82 87 99 . F 102 953 961 965 981 Replies "mailed April 2, 1975. A 13 19 30 59 66 71 74 77 79 81 89 90 92 93 94 96 100 109 110 112 116 F 105 9SS 969 " Journal Numbers THE J0URNA1 J... 563-3731 HOME DELIVERY .... 563-3811 RETAIL ADVERTISING . 563-3842 CLASSIFIED ...... 563-3711 NEWS 563-3788 SPORTS 563-3786 Births CAMPBELL Chuck and L o r n a (nee - Hawley) are proud to announce the arrival of their first. Child, Megan 7 Dawn, March 31, 1975, 6 lbs. 2 ozs. Special thanks to Dr. Soloway. ' '. ' ' COLE Wayne: and Colette are pleased to announce the ", birth of their son, Ryan, April 2, 1975, af St Joseph's Hospital In North Bay DAHMS Jeanette and Donald , are very happy, to announce the birth of their first child, a .,' girl, Janice Sharon, at the Riverside Hospital on April 2. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Percy Dahms, Ottawa; and , Mr. and Mrs., Scott Mason, Gatineau. Very special thanks to Dr. Andrews, Dr. Chatter-jee and the maternity staff including Aunt Joan. DENAULT ' Ron and Connie : (nee Brown) are happy to announce the arrival of their ; first son, David, 5 lbs. 14 ozs., on April 1, 1975. Thanks to Doctors Hulley, Beaulieu and staff at Grace Hospital. . FILLER To Steve and Judy (nee Costello) a son, Christopher Stephen, March 27. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Costello, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Filler, Montreal. BEATON Dudley and Dr. Sheila are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Brian Douglas, on March 27, 1975, at the Kingston General Hospital, first grandchild for Audrey and Ted McDonald. HILL Walter and Sandra (nee Joy) are pleased to an- . nounce the birth ;; of their daughter, Tracy Lynn, 7 lbs. 12 ozs., April 1, 1975, at the Civic Hospital. Thanks. to Dr. Howe. ; ; -Milk company appeal denied TORONTO (CP) The divisional court dismissed an appeal Wednesday by- Becker Milk Co. Ltd. of decisions finding four store operators were employees, not independent businessmen, and entitled to- various payments from the company. Mr. Justice Allan Goodman said the decision of -a one man board of inquiry in 1973 means that the four employees were covered by the Em ployment Standards ; Act and subject to its benefits com cerning hours of work; overi time pay, premium pay for work during statutory holir days and the minimum wage. Donald D. Carter conducted the inquiry and determined the work of the store operators was not supervisory or managerial. The director of employment standards . had determined Becker Milk failed to pay wages totalling $2,748.11. Mr. Carter heard a labor ministry review, ; requested by the company, and reduced the amounts payable to the four employees to $1,753.36, Mr. Justice Goodman said. , fhe Journal has made available a booklet of In Memoriqm Notices . Phone or Write Miss Allen 563-3711 For "Careers" Advertising Phone ; 563-3769 Births HORDICHUK ' i-I Waldo and Ann (nee Meehan) are very proud to announce the safe .arrival fit their daughter Tanva Marie. 6 lbs. 4 ozs., on March 19, 1975, at the Arn-prior and District Memorial Hospital. Many thanks to Dr. Giberson and the maternity staff for their kindness. HOtJLGRAvE1 '-..Stephen and Sandra (nee Shedden, formerly pt, Ottawa) joyously announce the arrival of, Benjamin; .April 2, 1975, flven 1 Sound Hospital. . , KENT John and Jean are pleased to announce the arrival - through the Lord's goodness of Wayne Edward at the Civic Hospital Sunday, March, 30, 1975. KLAGES Warren and Jeanie (nee Wight) are very proud to announce the arrival of Krista Leigh, 5 lbs. 3 oz 11.30 a.m. March 31, 1975. A very 1 special thanks to Dr. Allan and the caseroom staff, Grace Hospital. ' . LALONDE Ed and Rita (nee Ladouceur) are happy to an no unce the arrival of a daughter, Corrina Veronica, 7 lbs.- Hi ozs., Easter. Sunday, March 30,-' 1975, Ottawa Civic ' Hospital at 1.50 p.m. Both well. , j . , MacDOUGALL On Friday, . March' 28,4975, at the Missis- , sauga Hospital, . Mlssissauga, Ont., to Willa-Jean (nee Bell- , . , man) and Gordon, , a., daugh-ter, Erin Leigh. ' . . - MAURICE Dawn and Mario - are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Renee, 6 lbs. 5 ozs., on April 1, 1975. . PETERSON - Michael and Gail are pleased to announce ! the birth'-of their daughter ( Rebecca, 7 lbs., born March 25, 1975, at the Grace Hospi tal. Very special thanks to our Doctor and nursing . staff. REDTMAN Don and Clare . (nee Mudd) are thrilled to an-' nounce a brother for Nickie, Timothy George, 7 lbs. 11 oz., "arrived Easter Sunday", i March 30, 1975, at Grace Hos-; pitaL Proud grandparents' are J Mr. and Mrs. -George ": R. Mudd, Ottawa; Mrs.- Howard i C Redtman, Arhprior, Spe-" cial thanks to Dr. Turner, Dr. i1 Hulley and maternity staff.1 , .. ! . . A-'-i-ig';:?,? STEFANYK Tom arid Nancy (nee Robinson) are prfiud to i a n n o u n c e the birth -of a ; daughter, Janet Nancy, at the ; Civic Hospital, Friday, March 1 28. 1975. . WEEKS Ron and Irene (nee i Vertch) are : happy to - an-j nounce the birth of their first child, Anthony John, 6 lbs. 7Vi ozs., on April 3. Thanks to Dr. Hayttorrrfhwalte and cas-room staff, Kemptville Dis-1 trict Hospital. ti WOLFE Mary Lou and Gord ii are pieaseu to anuuunce uic '! birth of their daughter, Erin Marie, 6 lbs. 10 ozs., April 1, at The Civic; Hospital. A sister .for Jamie, GrandcbUd for Mrs. E. Wolfe of Stratford, Ont; Mr; and Mrs. . Alfred Milison, Bowmanville, Ont. and a Great Grandchild for Mrs. V. E. Milison of Scarborough. 3. Deaths AMM, Pansy Jean Marie In hospital on Wednesday, April 2, 1975, Pansy Sheppard, in her 56th year, beloved wife of Gordon Amm, 104 Hamilton ! Ave.; dear mother of Beverley (Mrs. Edgar Elliott) and I Eleanor (Mrs. Boyd Barber), ; of Shawville, Que.; loving , grandmother Of Jeffrey; and T Christopher Barber; Joel and ; Todd Elliott; sister of May : (Mrs. Cliff Dale), Shawville; Gilbert and Noble Sheppard, Otter Lake, Que.; . George Sheppard, Toronto; Mrs. Ber-nice Cameron and EUwood Sheppard, Ottawa.' Friends may call at Hulse and Play-fair, West Chapel 1098 Byron Ave. Funeral in,' the chapel Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Ontario Cancer Foundation 'would be appreciated. BARNES, Bertha In hospital at Lachute, Que. on Tuesday, April 1, 1975, Bertha Cleaver; beloved wife of Fred Barnes; dear mother of David and Douglas; sister of John Cleav er of Windsor; Flo (Mrs. James Barbour) of Lachute and Agnes (Mrs. George Langley) of Ottawa. Funeral service on Thursday at Mc-Kimmie Funeral Home, La chute at 3.30 p.m. Interment ElmwoOd cemetery, Perth on Friday at 1 p.m. 2. Deaths BOUCHER, Margaret Lbreen Suddenly at home', 1021 Brookfield Road, on Wednesday, April 2, 1975, in her 58th 1 year, Margaret Loreen Mills, much loved wife of Robert James Boucher; dear mother of Ronald, Ottawa; Bonnie Lee (Mrs. Michael Ruwald), ' of - Waterloo; and Douglas, Waterloo; dear sister of Herbert, Ottawa; Eldon, North Gower, and Clifford, of Wind- sor; loving , grandmother of Shawn Corey and Todd Boucher. Resting Hulse and Playfalr, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St.. Service St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Alta Vista Drive, Friday 2 p.m. Interment Capital Mem orial Gardens. . . i BRAUN, Ralph In hospital on Wednesday, April 2, 1975, Ralph Braun, age 61, beloved husband of Maria Mering of 2181 Navaho JDr., dear father of Mrs. Ellen Von Rothen-burg, of Toronto; dear stepfather of Michael Pluhm, of Minneapolis, Minn.; Peter and Jerry Wittenberg, of T o r o h t o ; dear brother of Fritt, of .Germany j also survived , by six ' grandchildren. ' Resting at the Kelly Funeral Hp rtt e , 2313 Carling Ave., (west of Woodroffe) where f rie nds may call after 7 p.m. Friday. Funeral service Saturday it the chapel. -Donations to Medic-Alert appreciated. " ; . CLEAVER, John Jack Suddenly at Perth, Ont. on , Wednesday, April 2, 1975, John . Jack Qeaver, in his ,63rd year, beloved, husband of Marguerite Lee; dear father of - Christina . (Mrs. Douglas Badgley), Owings, Maryland and John, Mlssissauga; dear brother of Flo (Mrs. James Barbour), Lachute, Que.; Agnes (Mrs. George Lang-ley), Ottawa and the late Bertha (Mrs. Fred Barnes), Lachute, Que.; grandfather of Rick, John,-Jodie and Lori. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, 15 West Gore St., Perth. Funeral service will be conducted in the chapel on Friday, April 4 at 3 p . m . . Interment Elmwood cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, DANIS, Rene Romeo" ' On March: 22, 1975, in Toronto, - Rene Romea-Danisr husband of the late Elva Doris Donnelly; dear brother of Leo: of Ot- tawa;- Edmond, of St Lam-; T h e tf Que.; Mrsi : 'Aurele Larocque (Jeannette), of Co- lumbus,. Ohio; Mrs. George Benger (Cecile) and Mrs. ,Russell Fumess j(Aline). Pri- ' vate funeral service was held on' March 27 1975. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. - ElCl FRAZER, Mabel Hilda - In hospital April 2, 1975, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrsi John Frazer; survived by her sister, Bertha Steele and one niece and four nephews.. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service Friday 2 p.m. Burial t Capital Memorial Gardens. , GOEDIKE, Harold Benson At i Almonte on , Wednesday, April 2, 1975, Harold Goedike, formerly of McLeod St., Otta wa, in his 95th year. Resting Veitch Draper Limited, 703 Bank St. at Glebe Ave where a fraternal service will be conducted Thursday at 8 p.m. by the members of Cherry L.O.L. 221. Interment Beech- wood cemetery." . HEARTY, Julia Ann At her home, Vinton, Que., on Tues day, April 1, 1975, after a lengthy illness, Julia Ann Larue, wife -of the late .Ed- ward B. (Ned) Hearty, in her ' 85th year; beloved mother of Loretta (Mrs. P, J. Lacelle), - Ottawa ; . Raymond, Sudbury ; Mrs. Eva Connor, Ottawa; Herbie, Otter Lake; Lillie (Mrs. Maurice Lafleur), Otter Lake; Linda (Mrs. E. R. Friel, Kingston; - Mrs, Mildred Potts, Ottawa; Leon ard, Otter Lake; Violet (Mrs, Jules Normandeau), Camp- . bell's Bay; Marion (Mrs. Clark Gratto), Sudbury; Ron nie and Garry, Ottawa. Pre deceased by her husband in 1953 and son, Melbourne, in 1948. Also . survived by 28 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and a brother, . Cecil, North Bay, and several ' nieces and nephews. Resting at the Ringrose Brothers Fu neral Home, Campbell's Bay, Que. Funeral Friday, April 4, 1975 to St. Elizabeth's Church, Vinton, for mass at 2 p.m. In terment in the parish ceme tery. In lieu of flowers, dona tions would be appreciated to the parish cemetery fund, co Rev. T. May, Vinton, Que., The Canadian Cancer Society or a charity , of your choice. Visiting hours 1-5, 7-9, Wed nesday and Thursday. Thursday, April 3, 1975 3. Deaths INGLIS, Howard C. At Otta-j wa, ont., on Wednesday, April 2, 1975,- Howard. C. Inglis, age 58 years, beloved husband of Elva Holmes; dear . son of Mrs. Marion I n g 1 1 s , of Renfrew) stepfather, of (Irene) Mrs. Carl Griese, of Westbrook, Ont., - and Herb Warren, of Arn-prior; brother of -(Vivian) Mrs. John Mooney and Donald, of Renfrew; John, of See-leys Bay and James of Gan-anoque. Friends may call at the McPhail and Perkins Funeral Home,. Renfrew where the funeral service will be conducted on Saturday April 5 at 2 D.m. Interment in the -spring. Visitations 2-S and 7-10 p.m. JACQUES, Deirdre Joan Ac cidentally at Vancouver, B.C., on- Sunday, March 30,-197s! Deirdre, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacques, of 25 Hoean St. in her 20th year; dear sister of Peter and Bryson. Resting Veitcn-Draper Ltd.. 453 Park- dale Ave. Service-at St. Rich ards Anglican Church, Satur- , day, 10 a.m. Interment Pine- crest cemetery. LECKIE, Robert Air Mar shal, C.B., D.S.O., D.S.C., D.F.C., CD., L.L.D. ; Royal Canadian Air Force (retired), Chief of Staff R.C.A.F., 1944- 1947. Cremation Beechwood cemetery. In accordance with his wishes, no funeral, no flowers. LEONARD, E-fith L. - In hos pital on Wednesday, April 2, 1975 Edith L. Garwood, 360 Croydon Ave.,' widow of Robert Patrick Leonard, in her 76th year; mother of Robert, Ottawa; George, Sault Ste Marie ; Patrick, Capreol ; Mi-c h a e 1 , and Mrs. Anthony Gardy (Barbara),-both of Home Payne; sister of Miss Margaret Garwood, Ottawa; C h a r 1 e s , Hamilton; and George, Constance Bay. Resting Hulse and Playfair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave. Service on Friday at 10 a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. , McCARTHY, Miss Ann (retired principal of St. Leo's School, Ottawa At Ottawa Civic Hospital on Tuesday, April 2, 1975, dear sister of Mrs. How ard Lee, Hudson Heights, Que.; sister-in-law of Mrs. H. t H.McCarmy, Minneapolis, Minn.; dear aunt of Maureen . McKenna, Ottawa; Paul Mc- Guire, Ottawa; Kevin Mc-Guire, Saint John, N.B.; Eli zabeth Wood, Ottawa; Mi chael McGulrej Ottawa; Rob ert Lee, Morin Heights, Que. and Maureen Glueck, Hinton, . Alta. Friends may call at M c E v o y Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St after 7 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday to Resurrection of Our Lord Church (Saunderson ; Dr.) mass 11 a.m. Interment Thunder Bay, Ont on Mon day. In lieu of flowers dona tions to the Canadian Cancer Society will be appreciated. RICHER, Mrs. Bernard Tuesday, April 1, 1975, died at the age of 43, Mrs. Bernard Richer, nee Claire Seguin of 22 Cartier St, Templeton, be-ioved, wife of Mr. Bernard Richer; dear daughter of Henri Seguin and Ida Regim- bald;. dear mother of Mi chel, Jacques and Charles of Templeton, Mrs. Andre , Charette (Louise) of Temple ton; dear sister of Andre and Bernard, of Ottawa; Maurice of Sudbury; Mrs. Rosaire Roy of Quebec and Miss Suzanne Seguin of Ottawa. Resting at the Brunet Funeral Home, 750 Maloney Blvd., Gatineau. Fu neral Saturday, April 5, 1975 at 9 a.m. in Ste. Rose de Lima Church. Interment Ottawa Notre Dame cemetery. FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SLfiCf A quiet, courteous dependable service since 1938 Moderate rates 233-4773 584 SOMERSET STREET WEST HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED - AMM, Pansy Jean Marl BOUCHER, Margaret Loreen FRAZER, Mabel Hilda ' LEONARD, Edith L. ; Centra! Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 Journal Subscription Rates SINGLE COPY PRICE: weekdays lie, Saturday JJc. By MAIL! 11.25 e week, 15 00 a month or 150.00 year delivered anywhere. Soturaay only toe week or (24.00 a year. . By CARRIER! S44.20 a year or 15c a week. The 3. Deaths . ! i RICHER, Mr. Edouard In an Ottawa Hospital on . Tuesday, April 1, 1975 at the age of 63 years, Edouard Richer; husband of the late Gertrude Benoit; dear father of Claude of Montreal, Miss Madeline Richer of Ottawa; dear brother, of Georges of Finch; John of Ottawa; Percy and Eugene of St Albert; Miss . Laura Richer of Finch; Mrs. Ovila Racine (Melissa) of Casselman; also survived by one granddaughter, Julie. Visitation at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead St., corner Levis, Vanier. Funeral Friday, April 4 to St. Albert church for funeral mass at 10.30 a.m. In terment St. Albert, Oat Park ing facilities on premises, j RITZA, Rev. Leonard S. (retired Lieutenant -Colonel)- In st Francis Memorial Hospital, Barrys Bay, on Tuesday, April, 1, 1975, in his 65th year, Rev. Leonard Ritza, beloved son of the late John Ritza and Julia Kulas; dear brother of. Mrs. Mary Gre- goire, Barrys Bay; Harold, North Sydney, N.S.; Eileen (Mrs. Thomas Yantha) and Gerald, of Pembroke; Catherine (Mrs. Oliver Johnston), Sudbury; Raymond . Wasaga Beach Bernard, Deep River. Resting at the Goulet Funeral Home, Barrys Bay, after 2 p.m. Thursday until Friday. Solemn translation to St. Hed- wig's Church, at 3 p.m. Fu neral mass Saturday at 11 a.m. Entombment parish vault. ROWE, Gertrude Victoria In " hospital on Wednesday, April 2, r1975, Gertrude . Victoria Grant, wife of the late William A. Rowe, of Ottawa, age 73 years, dear mother of William J. Rowe, of Ottawa. Pri- - vate funeral service on Thurs-. day, April 3, 1975. Those desiring to send a : memorial tribute may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 200 , Melrose Ave. SCHEEL, Ferdinand Julius -In hospital, Pembroke, - on Tuesday, April 1, 1975, age 91 years, Ferdinand Julius Scheel, Amprior, husband of the late Ida Runtz; beloved father of Mel, Arnprior; Wilfred, Agincourt; Clifford, Pembroke; and Percy, Pembroke; predeceased by two " ons Eric and Raymond; survived by 17 grandchildren and 13 great-grandcbildreiik' Rest- C Ing . at the Boyce Funeral Home,. Arnprior. Service in . the chapel Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Arnprior cemetery. WATSON, Charles Fraser At . the Smith Clinic, Hawkes-: bury, Ont, April 1, 1975, C. Fraser Watson, in his 83rd , year; beloved husband of Ruby Dawson; dear father of Ora (Mrs. Rogers Bradford), of Osgoode, Ont.jand Audrey (Mrs. Alan Vowles), of Cush-fag, Que., survived by one sister Millie-(Mrsr-ArE. Usher), of Belleville, Ont and , three grandchildren Martha Vowles and Karen and Chris Bradford. Resting at the J. P. MacKimmie Funeral Home Ltd., 660 Main St Lachute. Funeral on Saturday April 5, at 1:30 p.m. from St Mungo's Church, in Gushing. Inter- ""menrstrAndrew's East vault, WRIGHT, Charles Albert At Smiths Falls, Wednesday, April 2, 1975, Charles Albert Wright, aged 80 years, loved husband of me late Edith Ong; dear father of Charles, of Kingston; Doris (Mrs. Ethan Arnold) and Barbara (Mrs. Gerald Sawdon), of Smiths Falls; survived by six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Resting at the Lannin Funeral Home, Smiths Falls. Funeral service in St. John's Anglican Church, Friday at 11 a.m. Interment Hillcrest cemetery. ' McEVOY SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 OWNER MANAGED 6p.m.CK0Y Newt and announcement! 5. Lost AFGHAN female, black and tan, lost on took ko., Lucerne, Marcn 2. He- wara. otM-zzve. . ALASKAN Malamuta (huskyl 10 weeks old, grey, male, Metcalfe area. Re- . wara. jonn, BLACK mole cat, white dot on chest, neutered. 225-7216. BLACK port Spaniel, answers to "Do do." vicinity Glen calm, tag and col lar. Reward. Tim Bell, 134-3582, after 4 evenings; 231-4343 days. has had rabies Shots, child's pet. 732- 49 S. lost, COLLie, famala, rtalstarad, liiar. oold-wtilta, lost RR 1, Oatlnaauma. Raward. Onaca Ooxay, MJ-7li. . EASTER Sunday, vicinity Bowiln- Maltland, tXacKwhlta part-Persian cat. Pltasa call tt46ti attar mm. GOLD wadding band and solltalra'dlo- MALE Slbarion husky, grt ay-)ta collar, antsMra to "Such." Ra-, (rows im, wvanna anan MINIATURE COLLIE, vklnlty Jttr Rd., Orlaans. Raward. i24-1143Tf ORANGE and whlta cat, Klrkwood-Coldray art. in-463i. 72KJ5.I Raward. 1 SPAYED tamola English polnttr Mlta . with brown tors. Vicinity ot Cmjro-bln. Tattoo Jatt aor. Placs coB'AJe Komareml, 1244282. Box 4i, RRCpl-towa. WALLET, parsonal papars, " ios 4lr. day. Piaasa -raturn. 23AM)a71, BLACK CAT. nautarad, 1 yaof .I1, ufeDa oraa, noma jotpar. avaa 23249741 dovs. B3-SS3. ,f . GERMAN Shaphard, famola (Htt), black and tan, small dog, no colibr. Vicinity Old Almonta Rd. and Cwyar Hill Rd. 1-254-2044. fl WHITE Slames klttan with rad markings. Branson and Jamaa orask Raward. Donna 234424S. . . U WHITE mala Atghon- dog, rtioo -. numbar ZRE7F. Sick urgently ra-qulraa madlcatlon. 334-4430, nj-liz. ; 6. Found FOUND on Queen St. small black Jnd tan mongrel. 74?441. Tjj PAIR of glasses, Saturday, on Idjiau St. 731940. . " - . IMALL,' young, blaekwhlta tang-haired dog. brown collar, w-st End. Contact Humana Society.. 725-34iJ '.'--ja 13. . tn Memoriamsj BURCHER In loving memory any dear husband Frank, who 'pajaad away April 3, 1972. . "'Ti . There Is gift In Ufa we cannot Jy - It Is the gift of wonderful I Like the one I had In vmi. ' To me you were someone special 4 God must have thnuaht km tnA. - W Nothing could be mora beautiful'!! Than live memories I have of yH" ihiwu-oij lovingly rSajn- uereu. - M - DALY, Thomas In memory or loved one, who died so suddenly two rears ago today. . MJtt, cannot say and I will not say That he is dead. He la ust away. i . Dee. DOYLE In loving memory of a dear father, James, who passed away April 2, 1973. j) In our hearts your memory HngersJ Always tender, fond and true, 7 . There's not a day, dear Father. : J . - We do not think of you. Terry, Rosanne and Jason. FELTEAU In loving memory of a dear son Peter, who was accidentally Kiiieu prn j, ivoe. . We think ot him In silence. His name we oft recall, . v There Is nothing left to answer, But his picture on the wall. t Mom and Dad, sister and brother. - FELTEAU In loving memory of' my wot, inwimm anu WQCnilO, refer, who died accidentally April 3, 1944; He was s,f lower too tweet for 1 earth, Sent here but for a while; 1 God marked him when He gave 1 him birth 1 And took him with a smile. T . , Aunt Nanlri GILLESPIE In loving memory of our way April 3, 1970 In Cornwall. 1 Love'a greatest gift 1 Remembrance. . f' Clara and Nt. jtNNmos ; in tovino mtmery off my a m ,M' wng passta mway Lovt'i grutest girt ' RsnrMmhrantr. Witt AAortncj. McLARTY In loving mtmorJ of ry. ,,,I.UI I )T, wng pOISeO away April 3, 1973. , I who loved you sadly miss you 1 As It dawns another year, 2 In my lonely hours of thinking 5 TnougW of you ar aver neart Esther McCormltk. . ; 1 O'REILLY In loving memory of fcob- April 3, 1973. H . Gone from us but leaving memorltft. Death can never take away. P Memorlea thot will always linger 1 While upon this earth we stay" j '., :,.-y Mom and PcbjI. 15. Card of Thanks SENORON, Linda (nee Amol 1 We desire to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness in ourT be reavement, j ;, i ... The Family. LEVERS t- We wish to thank our friends and neighbors, the nurses and stall of the Oxford Nursing Home, Kemptville, and Reverend Earl K. St. Jean for their many acts of kindness and for the messages of sympathy received during our recent bereavement In the loss of our beloved brother. ' Mabel Levera and Efflt Vaughan. 16. Funeral directors RACINE, Robert and Gauthier Reg'd. 237-3480 240 Besserer, 300 Olmstead; '7 Fairmont; 2J9 St. Patrick; 101 Notre Dame. r 20. Florists FINES FLOWERS LIMITED Spring is" being brought ? to : you by Fine's Rowers: Drop in and browse around any of our 10 locations. 737-0750 38. Nursing Homes : NBW RETIREMENT FACILITIES . STEFP KIM Lodge Is expanding and Improving facilities for Spring and summer residency Info. 234-0590, ' REST HOME - - PRIVATE,' semi and ward aval able. City. Reasonable rates. 824-7yoet Mr. Brownlee. II 35. Where to Go ' t: FULTON'S Sugar Bush and Pahcake : Houte open March 22 for season, ' weekends and holidays. Horse Sleigh rides. Fireplace wood (birch). Sap pre-heater for evaporator In use see In operation. Off Highway V, Ce-darhlll Rd. Follow signs. . COMING EVENTS Concert by Rex LeLAoheur Slntrer at West boro United Church, 4BO Churchill Ave, Wednesday, April 16, 1976. 8.1 pm. Admtuton S8.00; Student $1.00. i Ottawa Journal u2. r I. -.
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