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7-'"' . , : ' . " - . ... :. Tuesday December 15, 1970 The Ottqwa Journal 4! eaths By The Canadian Press Londoi Field Marshal Vis . count aim, 79, former gover nor-general of Australia. Saint John, N.B. T. Harold McGulse, former president of the Toikett Tobacco Co., after a lengthy illness. Monacal MaJ.-Gen. Frederick Rcfes Phelan, 85, DSO. MC, . who won the French Croix de Gueft In the First World War -; and served" in England and ' Newfoundland during - the Sec-( ond Woyid War; ' Today and Tomorrow 'today French novel film series, University of Ottawa, chemistry luditorjunv8 p.m Square dancing by Gay-laurs, aurentlani' High School, 8.30 p.m. TOMORROW ' "Outback" Australia," film, - National Museum, 7 and 9 p.m. Nationil Ballet, National Arts Centre OjSera House, 7.30 p.m. . " - Conceit of Renaissance mu- .' sic, National Gallery, 8.30 p.m. Births DCljVNEY Dave and Brenda (hee Halikas) wish to announce the birth of a daughter, Tara Catherine, on Thursday, Dec. 10, 1970, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. First grandchild for Mr. and Mrs.. William Halikas and - 15th grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Downey. BAILEY John and Judy (nee Page) are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Donna Eleanore, Dec. 12th, 1970. First grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. R. Page and Mrs. E. Bailey; first great-grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. D. Turnbull and Mrs. Zwiers. 'FOLEY To James and Lesley (nee Scharf), a son, on Dec ----- 11, 1970. at 9.40 a.m. at the Riverside Hospital. First grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Scharf and Mrs. W. J. Foley. IRVINE Brian and Kay (nee Connor) announce the arrival of Mary Sharon, at Ottawa Civic Hospital Dec, 9,- 6 lbs. IS oz., a sister for Sean and Eric. - KENNEDY Kelly and Sharon (nee Copeland), are pleased to announce the arrival of a son, Mark Ambrose, an Dec. 13, 1970. 7 lbs. 11 ozs. Both very well. LAFFERTY To Patrick and - Vera (nee Bratjakin),- a daughter, on Dec' 12, In Lon .don, England, :. 'JOURNA T AD LONG DISTANCE NO TOLL CHARGE PHONE ZENITH 77120 'Ottawa's Most Progressive Want Ad Section: LOCAL CALLS PHONE 236-7511 2. Births (Cont. from Preceding Column) LEDUC To Roger and Sandra (nee Shennett), on Dec. 15, 1970, at the Civic Hospital, a daughter, Nadine Elizabeth. Sincere thanks to Dr. Cameron. MALLORY Mark and Kevin's wish -Jias been-granted, a baby sister, born Dec. 12, 6 lbs. 12oz proud parents Bud and Maureen (nee Fin-lay). Our sincere thanks to Drs. Gluck and Gallway and nursing staff of the Ottawa Civic Hospital. MOORE To Nancy (nee Campbell) and Michael a boy, Jeremy Douglas, at the Grace Hospital, Dec. 14, 1970. Both well. ORANGE Winston and Sandra (nee Piatt) are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Winston, Dec. 11th. A brother for Kelly 'Ann. Thanks to Dr. Carlisle and nursing staff at Riverside Hospital. ' RAWLINGS Tiny and Aggie are happy to announce the birth of a son, Victor Boyd Rainsford, on Dec. 13..1970. Many thanks to Dr. Carson and Civic Hospital staff. SIMCOE George and Mary (nee Rourke) are pleased to announce the birth of Karen Elizabeth, Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, at Riverside Hospital. Jturnal Box ReoflM 306 315 323 -328 348 353 357 358 359 379 387 389 428 431 449 458 460 462 465 467 468 481 493 501 502 503 506 512 513 514 516 518 522 526 532 538 537 546 553 556 558 559 560 562 564 566-571 574 575 676 577 588 JV District JV ant A d Agents SMITHS FALLS McShone and Shank Phormocy, Beckwlth and Main Streets. Phone 283-338. CARLETON PLACE Wilson's Drug Store, Bridge Street. Phone 257-1505. RENFREW Mrs. D. Belonger, 204 cogian street, pnone z-Joj. 3. Deaths BEAULIEU, Joseph Edgar In hospital after a lengthy illness, Dec. 14, 1970, age 60; husband of Evelyn Larocque; father of Betty-Ann (Mrs. Joe McDonald), of Ottawa; brother of Alice (Mrs. Maurice Campeau). Private ar rangements. BENNETT Sarah Jane At the Peden Nursing Home, carie-ton Place, on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, Sarah Jane Watters, be- ' loved wife of the late Robert A. Bennett, age 87 years. Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur , Avenue, Carleton Place, where service will be conducted on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment United cemeteries. BIGELOW, Mr. Raymond On Sunday, Dec. 13, 1970, of Poltimore," Que.? agt-2r, 'beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bigelow, brother of Buddy and Roy, of Ottawa, Percy, Aylmer; David, Poltimore; Barry, Clayton, Wayne, Ernest and Lyness, Mrs. Bert Smith (June), Mrs. Royal Regimbal (Pauline), all of Buckingham;' Mrs. Vic Ry-broek (Guerty), Toronto, and Mrs. Allen Newton (Linda), Ottawa. Resting at the Bru-net Funeral Home, 115 Mac-Larcn Street, Buckingham. Funeral Wednesday, Dec. 16 at St., Stephen's Anglican Church at 2 p.m. Interment parish cemetery. 3. Deaths (Cont. from Proceeding Column) CUNNINGHAM, Harold . W. In hospital, Cornwall, on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, in his 86th year,' Harold W. Cunningham of Summerstown, Ont., husband of the late Lulu Beatrice Orser,' dear ' father of Clifford, Lachute, Que., Howard, Cornwall, Robert Borden,, Toronto. Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home, Arnprior, after 2 p.m., Tuesday. . Service in the chapel Wednesday at' 2 p.m. Interment - Arnprior cemetery. Masonic service Tuesi Journal Subscription Rales SINGLE COPY PRICE: 10c daily, Ik Saturday. BY CARRIER: 60C a week. BY MA'L: Payable In oovonce Canada, Conorflan Forces Post Offices ond U S.A. 13.90 a month or $32.00 a year. All other countries $4.00 a month or $40.00 a veor. Saturday only 25c per issue or $13 00 a yebr to any address For further Information call 234-7511. If Notiettl INDEX TO CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCIMINTS VHol Slatlstiai I. Adoption , J. Birth 9. Deaths 4. Obituorle 5. Lost 4. Found In Memorlam 14. Anniversary Masse IS. Card of Thank 17. Cemetery Memorial II. Societies and Lodge 19. Churcne JO. Ftorlt 21. Cemeterlet 29. Druggists Open Sjndoy .30. service taii Service! 33. Banquets ana Pai 34. Teke-Out Food 15. Where to Go r M. Hotels and Mo'ell 37. Beauty Salon 3t. Nurslno Home 39. Gardening and Landscop 40. AmDuianc service) ne V rtle IMPLOYMINT 41. Male Hefp Wonted 42. Salesmen and Agent 43. Position Vocont 44. Professional Service 45. Female Help Wanted AS. Nurslnf Service 47'. Employment Wanted - UomettleuHelo - 49, Teacher Wanted . JOTBltlO- MERCHANDISE Arllelesi 91 Camerce. Photo Supplies 92. Article for Sol 93. Article Wonted 94. Articles for Rent 5. Articles for Swop 9. Antique end Fin Art 97. Firewood ond Fuel 9. Market Bosket 9t. Machinery ond Equipment 100. Pet Stock lot. Livestock ond Poultry lni. Stomps and Coin 103. Hobbles 10. Boats and Motor 105. Snowmobile 106. Campers' Supplies 107. Musical Supplies . . 108. Radio Television 109. Household Appliance - AUTOMOTIVI Ante: 119. Auto Leasing 12U. Autss for Sale -121. Autos Wonted 12?. Auto Accessories- 123. Sports Car 124. Auto Port Trucks t 129. Trucks for Sal 130. Truck Bodies, Part 131. Trucks Wanted Trailer 133. Trailers for Sal 134. Trailers for Rent 135. Mobile Homes for Sat 13. Mobile Homes for Rent 137. Mobile Homes Moved !jg. moone Home Parks 51. 1 rode School 52. Baby Service APARTMENTS 54. Apartment to Let 55. Furnished Apartment to Let 56. Apartment Wanted 57. Apartment for Sal 58. Furnished Aportmentt Wanted 59. Sublet PROPERTY 60. Industrial Properties 61. Property tor Sal -e2. Property for Rent 63. Property Wanted 44. Income Property 45. Property Exchanged 44. Out-of-Town Properties 47. Form for Sal 48. Farm for Rent 49. Farms Wanted to Buy 70. Cottages tor Sale 71. Cottages tor Rent 72. Cottages Wanted 73. Cottoge Lots for Sal 74. Warehouse Spec 75. Office to Let 74. Offices Wanted to Let 77. Stores to Lei 78. Store Wonted to Ut '79. Resorts 79A. Hunting and Flshlna 80. Business Opportunities J. MoblliTHomesExchanged- -Motorcycles it. V. 81. ROOMS Rooms to Let Rooms Wonted Room ond Board Snare Accommodation 145. MntnrrvrtM tiw Cni 144. Motorcycles for Rent . 147. Scooters for Sale 18. Scootrt for Rent 149. Ski Corner Miscellaneous! 151. Garoges 152. Parking Space 153. Winterizing RIAL ISTATI . 157. Houses for Sal 158. Real Estate Service 15. Houses to Let 140. Furnished Houses to Let 141. Furnished Houses Wonted to Let 142. Houses Wanted to Let 143. Houses Wanted to Buy 144. Garden Homes PERSONAL! 14. Personal Memo 177. Transportation Avollabl . 17. Transportation Wonted . 179. Camps Beys and Gh W FINANCIAL 185. Financing 184. Money Wanted 187. Money AvailoW 188. Mortgages 189. Investment 190. Patent and Copy. , MISCELLANEOUS 194. Leooi 195. Auction 194. Mr. Servu 197. Coming Event 198. Stamp Collectors 199. Anniversary Pago BLACK, Isabel At the resi .dence of her son Willard Black, 270 St. Paul Street, Carleton Place, on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, Isabel Stewart. in her 90th year, widow of Dr. William. Black, dear mother of Willard, Carleton Place and John, Winnipeg Resting at the Alan R. Bar ker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place until 4 p.m. Tuesday. Service and interment at Winnipeg on Wednesday; BRYCE, William F. M. Sud denly on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, William F. M. Bryce, age 83 years, husband of Naomi Aylen, of 344 Lisgar Road,' Rockclife, and late Harlene Wurtle, father of William W. Bryce of Seattle, Wash.; brother of Mrs. C. C. Robinson of Aurora, Ont. Resting at his homer 344 Lisgar Road, Rockcliffe. Service at Dominion Chalmers United Church chapel, 355 Cooper Street on Wed nesday at 2 p.m. Intermenp Beech wood cemetery. BURKHOLDER, Robert Clay ton In hospital, Riverside, Calif., Dec. 14, 1970, Robert Clayton Burkholder, age 40, beloved son of Mrs. Stella Burkholder and the late Leo Burkholder; dear husband of DeLorse Hennige; dear father of Bruce and Debbre, at home. Interment Palm Desert, Calif. . CHENE, Mary Jane In Wash-ingon, DC, on Sunday,. Dec. 13, 1970, Mary Jane Fraser, of 129 Cartier Street, widow of Gaspard Chene, beloved mother of Jeanette (Mrs. Rienhard Ulrich) and Claire, both of Washington, DC, dear sister of Margaret (Mrs. Clif ford Meagher), Helen (Mrs Weldon Thomas), Jean (Mrs T. H. Fitzgerald), Marjorie (Mrs. Fred Elliott), Donald and Jack, all of Ottawa. Rest ing Hulse and Playfair Cen tral Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Interment $.otr.e Dame cemetery. Funeral 3. Deaths. (Cont. from Preceeding Column) HOWARD, Miss Chrystal Mary At her .residence, 37 Bullock Avenue, on Sunday, Dec. 13, 1970, beloved daughter of Matthew and the late Emma Howard and dear sister of Fabien, Richard, Genevieve, .Cora, Patricia, Fran-ces. Phylis, M a ry and MAXWELL, Wallace A. On Dec. 13, 1970, in hospital, Wallace A. Maxfell, age 67 husband of Hazel Mitchell, father of Wallace Alexander, June (Mrs. George Freeman) and Penny, at home. Funeral private. , Cremation. In lieu of flowers donations may be day, 7.30 p.m. CROSS, Dr. J. S. (BA, MDCM) At his residence, 31 Sweet- land Avenue, on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, age 77 years, belov ed husband . of Daisy Archdea con and . dear father of Dr Patrick Cross and William Cross, of Ottawa, and Kevin J. Cross, Schenectady, NY, brother of Emmett and Lor-etta, Ottawa, four grandchil dren also survive. Resting McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home , 235 Kent Street after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday to St. Joseph's Church. Funeral mass 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. FEE, William In hospital Monday, Dec. 14, 1970,-Wil-liam Fee of Ramsayville, Ont., in his 84th "year, hus-bando f the late Elizabeth Hall, father of Mrs. Wilfred Conlin (Margaret),- Mrs.- Albert Whyte (Gladys) of Ottawa, Mrs. Harold Woods (Mabel) of Metcalfe, Ont., Mrs. Allan Kettles (Jean) of Ramsayville, also 13 grandchildren and 1 great-grand child. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Inter ment Hawthorne cemetery. Friends may call'after 2 p.m. on Tuesday. GUTZMAN Kenneth.-- In hospital, on Monday, . Dec. 14,- 1970. in his 56th year, Kenneth Gutzman, of 409 Maple Avenue, Pembroke, be loved husband of-Meta (nee Kranz). dear father of (Maureen) (Mrs. David Bau man), of Palmer Rapids; son of Elizabeth and the late William Gutzman, brother of Florence (Mrs. Harry Downs), of Arnprior; loving grandfather of David Jr., Cheryl Lynn and Tricia Lee. Resting at the Malcolm and Deavitt Funeral Home, 141 Renfrew Street, Pembroke. Service in First Missionary Church on Thursday, Dec. 17 at 1 p.m: Interment Arnprior cemetery. HANNA, Thomas At his resi dence, 836 Fisher Avenue, on Sunday, Dec. 13, 1970, Thomas Hanna, husband of the late Grace Wesley, in his 85th year; father of Mrs. Samuej Burnside (Alice), Mrs. Walter Burnside-(Doreen) and Wesley, brother of Maxwell; all of Ottawa, and Mrs. Mary McDowell and Samuel, of Northern .Ireland. Survived also by 10 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Resting Veitch-Draper 'Ltd., 453 Parkdale. Service in the chapel Wednesday 11 a.m Interment Capital Membrial Gardens. HARRISON, Ernest ' At Oak-ville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, Dec. 14, 1970. in his 80th year, husband of the late Ida Hocking, father of May (Mrs. A. Kirk) and . Dorothy, of Toronto; - Phyllis (Mrs. . Lr Warwood), Oakville; brother of Florence and the late Bert Theresa. Resting McEvoy-Shield ' Funeral - Home, 235 Kent Street after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday to Canadian Martyrs' Church (Main Street) Funeral Mass 11 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. - ARAU, Martha Helena On Sunday, Dec. 13, 1970,-Mar thav Helena Wolf gram, wife of the . late Villiam Karau, in htr 95th year; dear mother f Rosa (Mrs. Solomon KelokMrs. Bora Schutt, both from Pembroke; Hilda Karau, of London, Ont.; Irene. (Mrs. Herb " Mau), Ottawa; Elsa (Mrs. "Herb Monck), London, Ont.; Elfrieda (Mrs. Walter Kumm), Deux Rivieres, Ont.; Henry, Fred and Edwin of Pembroke; Edward, of Toronto. She leaves 17 grandchildren, four great grandchildren. R e s t ing at Malcolm and Devitt, Pern broke. Funeral service on Wednesday, at 1.30 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church, Germanicus. Interment par ish cemetery; LAFRAMBOISE, Valerie de Bruyne, on Tuesday, Dec. 15, 1970, in hospital, Valerie de Bruyne, age 74, wife of the late Euclide Laframboise, of 8 Montpetit Street, Hull, Que.; dear mother of de Bruyne and Jacques, sister of Mrs. Irma Bouchard, loving grandmother of Michel, Louise, Helene and Martin. Resting at Racine, Ro bert and Gauthler, 260 Besser-er Street. Funeral Mass at St Paul's Church, Aylmer, Thurs day, 8 a.m. Interment St. Paul's cemetery, Aylmer Road. 3. Deaths ICont. from Preceding Column) 3. Deaths (Conf. from Preceding Column) f -notice latere CODY, Robert L. Suddenly on Saturday, Dec. 12, rl970, Robert Laurence Cody of 101 Pretoria Avenue, age 29 years. ' Beloved husband of Judith Allen, dear father of Leah,-Stephanie and Christopher; son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cody, brother of James, Richard and Mrs. M. Tremblay (Joan). Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service at St. Mathew's Anglican Church on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment Pine-crest cemetery. NAGLE WINS CLASSIC AUCKLAND, NZ (AP) Australian Kel Nagle swept to victory in the Otago $16,800, charity, golf classic at St. Kilda Sunday with a course record nine-under-par 63. First prize was ,$2,800. Nagle had a four-under-par total of 272 16 under par. -Harrisonof Ottawa fgrand- tather of David,. Lorna, Robert and John. Resting at Ingram Funeral Home, 155 Gerard .Street East, Toronto. Funeral and John. Resting at Ingram day, Dec. 17 at 1 p.m. HORNER", James Emerson In hospital, Sunday, Dec. 13, 1970, in his 76th year, beloved husband of Sadie Irene MacLcan, dear father of William N., Halifax, E. Mac-Lean, Ottawa; and Eleanor (Mrs. W. G. Bruce), Belleville. Brother of Clifford. Norris and Evelyn of Shaw-ville. Que. Resting Hulse and Playfair West Chapel,' 1098 Byron, between Woodroffe and Compton. Service Tues-day, Dec. 15, at 2. p.m. Cremation following. Interment in. Arnprior cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation, 119 Sparks Street, would be appreciated. The Journal has made available a booklet of appropriate In Memorianc Notices Phone or Write made to the Ottawa and Dis trict Assoc. for the Mentally , Retarded, 31 Spadina Avenue. MOSLEY, Norman At his resi dence, 44 Battersworth Avenue, Agincourt, Ont., on Saturday, Dec. 12, 1970, Norman, Mosley, in his 41st year, beloved husband of Pauline Bernard, father of Lynn, Deborah, Brenda, and Kimber-' ley Ann, son of Mrs. Stella and the late Floyd Mosley, brother of Mrs. Lois McDonald, Rev. Floyd and Harry Mosley. Upon arrival in Ottawa deceased will rest at Veitch-Draper Ltd., Bank Street at Carling. Funeral Mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday at 7.45 a.m. MacPHAIL, Roy In hospital, at Winchester, on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, Roy MacPhail f Kenmore (formerly of South Mountain), in his 81st year, beloved husband of the late "Gertrude Grisdale; brotherof Mrs. - Ruby Mc- Gibbon 0 Lachute and Mrs, Muriel Tumelty . of Browns- burg. Resting Armstrong Weagant Funeral Home South Mountairk where serv ice will be held Wednesday at 12.30 p.m. "Interment Dalesville, Que. McEWEN, William Charles In hospital on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, William Charles McEwen of 36 Third Ave nue, in his 69th year, form " erly of Corps of Commis sionaires, sion of the late W. H. McEwen and the Jar Julia LeBreton, beloved husband of Olive Potter, dearly loved father of Bill (Sony), Mrs. Herbert Chamberlain (Dorothy) of Ottawa; brother of Lome, Gordon, Mrs. Robert Rathwell (Anna), Mrs. Bill Potter (Bertha), Mrs. Noel, Anderson (Marjorie) and Mrs. I s 0 b e 1 Fleming of Ottawa; also five grandchildren. Resting Hul and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Thursday, 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. NALTY, Lydi'a S. In hospital on Sunday, Dec. 13. 1970, Lydia Sophia Schornstein, widow of Valentine Divine Nafty, age 82, of 255 Donald Street, loving mother of James Newsme Nalty, also survived by 1 granddaughter, Diana Rosamond Nalty. ResU ing. Hulse and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron between Woodroffe a r d Compton. Service Wednesday 11 a.m. Cremation Pinecrest. Visiting 7 to 9 Tuesday. PEEVER,, Hannah Theressa On Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, at Ottawa, Ont., Hannah Theressa Robinson, widow of John Peever, in her 90th year. Dear mother of Myrtle (Mrs. Ervin Crawford), Campbells Bay; Nettie (Mr$. Myles Broome), Foresters Falls, Ont.; Beulah (Mrs. Glen Whitney),- Brick-town, NY; Eric, Ottawa; David, Thessalon,. Ont., a-nd Earl, Stittsville. Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shawville, Que. Funeral arrangements later. 5. lost v-- (Cont. from Preceding Column) RICHARDS, George Edward In .hospital on Sunday, Dec. 13. 1970, George Richards. 1241 St. Paul Avenue, age 59, beloved husband of Hazel Smith and father of Mrs. . Ernest - Jarvisr (Joan),' Shu-benacadie; Robert of Richmond; Walter and William, survived also by eight grandchildren and by three brothers, Charles, John Richards and James O'Brien. Resting Veitch-Draper Ltd. Bank Street at Carling. Serv-: ice in the chapel Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. RICHER, "Ann In hospital, Monday, Decv14, 1970, Ann Kelly, . age 82, sister of Tawm J r It r Jrr- i nort rrA Mrs. Ernest McCarthy, Toronto, and dear friend of Mrs. Beatrice Cavanagh, 335 Tweedsmuir Avenue. Resting atthe-Tubman-FuneraLHome.J 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt. , - Requiem Mass at St. George's Church Wednesday, 9 a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. Friends may call - after 2 p.m. Tuesday. STAPLETON, Nympha tyary -At home on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, Nympha Mary Corcoran, widow of Donn ts. Mapleton, dear mother of Mrs. MichaeM J. LeBoldus (Bettyann) and grandmother of Michele, Donn, Marilyn and Peter; sisterof Ivan D. Corcoran and. Mrs. Gerald L. Mann (Betty). Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street from 4 p.m. Monday. Requiem High Mass at St. Mary's Church on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment family plot Beechwood cemetery. . SWITZER, Augustus (Gus) E. In hospital on Monday, Dec. 14, 1970, Augustus (Gus) E. Switzer of 558 MacLaren Street, in his 88th year, husband of the late Mabel Knight, father of Miss Maralyn Switzer of Ottawa, Cam- eron SwitzerofAlhambra, California; Norman Esslie Switzer of Elmira, Ont., also one grandchild. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service on Thursday at 11 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday. VROOM, Betty In hospital. v Monday, Dec. 14, 1970. Betty McLean, beloved wife of Paul Vroom, 111 Wurtem-burg Street, dear aunt of Mrs. Mary Morrissy of Newcastle, NB. A memorial service will be held at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street, on Thursday, at 10 a.m. Cremation'. Friends.de-sirin to send a memorial tribute may ddhate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 386 MacLaren Street. BROWN WALLET, VICINITY SPARKS. Elgin, very Important papers. 44J. 4214. CAT, SIAMESE TILLIE, ROCKCLIFFE Park. 749-9474. DALMATIAN, WHITE, BLACK SPOTS, 7 months old, Wrightville, dog tag, reward. 777-4201. GLASSES, DARK BLUE RIM, BROWN cose. West End! 728-3428, ' GOLD RIM MAN'S GLASSES, ON Wellington, near O'Connor, Dec.lt. 235-8470. KEY RING, LOST, VICINITY SOMER. set and Bank. 234-5685. LIGHT BROWN AND WHITE 6 month old puppy. Baseline and High-gate vicinity. Answers to Lucky. 828-5002. LOST, BLACK PURSE CONTAINING money, Saturday, vicinity Beechwood ond Carleton Avenue. 749-9148. LOST, BLACK RIM PRESCRIPTION glasses, Saturday, Ledbury Avenue areo.- 731-1639. REWARD, CONTENTS BLACK PAT-ent leather purse, lost vicinity Christ Church Cathedrol, Nov. 19. 825-2316, evenings. SKI BOOTS IN PRESS. LEFT IN parking lot at Eldelweiss Thursdoy parking lot at Edelweiss Thursday afternoon. 828-8725. SMALL FEMALE REDBONE HOUND; color solid reddish brown, Nov. 13, Calabogie-arear Please phone collectr-Brockville 342-0478, 345-5275. Reward. SOLITAIRE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT ring, vicinity Albion Hotel, Dec. 2. Reward. 236-7680. TABBY WITH WHITE BIB AND paws, vicinity Highland Park area. 722-3774. Reword. TIE BAR, 10K GOLD, INITIAL B, Sunday. 722-4633. WEDDING RING SET, LOST VICIN- ity of Skyline, Saturday 28th. Reword. 233-9772. . WOMAN'S PEARL RING, VICINITY Towne Cinema, Dec. 6. 745-5702, eve-. nings. WRISTWATCH, LADY'S, ENGRAVED Berndt, Ogilvy's, yellow gold, Friday. Reward. 236-4511, Ext. 331; 234-8358. REWARD SMALLBEACK PUPPY -WITH GOLD collar, lost Sunday, Dec. 13, Percy and McLeod orea. Child's pet. 236-2038, 237-4953. . 6. found FOUND. BROWN DOG, 1970 LICENCE. NO. 81. 824-1802. , LADY'S GOLD WATCH, -CArTTnG-wood Shopping Centre Dec. 14. 722-5722. VICINITY OF GLADSTONE AND BAY, one small black terrier, with collar. 233,3830. - A 13. In Memoriams ANDERSON In remembronce of our . mother, Mrs. James Anderson. Dear AmLlives In our memory- Her Family. . 7 BRADLEY In loving memory of 1 dear mother ond grandmother, Dorothy, who passed away Dec. 15. 1970. No lengths of time con take away Our thoughts of you today. Bill, Don, Cheryl and Families. McEVOY SHIELDS brothers LIMITED.7 . FUNERAL DIRECTORS 235 KENT STREET - 232 5337 - News and Announcements Presented Nightly ot 6 p.m. on CKOY Miss Allen or come in for . your copy 236-7511 BROWN KEY CASE. LOST ARTHUR FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. . I Street area. 53V4J25. Proulx, 265 Dalhousle. 233-7793. PELLETIER, Colette In hos- as .the result ot an ac- rpTTaI7 - cident, Sundays Deer-13,-1970, 4 Colette Pelletier. age 9 years, of Otter Lake, Que.; beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pelletier. .Resting at St. "Charles Parish Hall, Otter Lake. Funeral Wednesday, Dec. 16, to St. Charles Church for Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Burial in parish cemetery. Arrangements by Ringrose Bros. RENAUD, Nelson Of 53 Centre Street, Aylmer, Que., on Dec. 12, 1970, at age 71, beloved husband of Aldea Car-riere, father of Lloyd, Donald and Michel of Aylmer; Kenneth and Raymond of Ottawa; Mrs. Harold Irish (Jean), Mrs. Lucien Perrier (Doreenl: brother of Mrs.' Joseph Ouinn (Georgina), Mrs. Leo Loyer tjosepmne); 12 grandchildren and live great-erandchildren Resting at L. Emond and Son Funeral Home Inc., Aylmer, . Que. Funeral Wednesday; Dec. 16 at 9.15 a.m. at St. raui s Church.. Interment St. Paul's cemetery. VEITCH - DRAPER LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS Berry. Mrs. Ethel' Wright. Devlin, Joseph Charles. -: Hanna, Thomas. Mosley Norman. Richards, George Edward. PARKDALE CHAPEL - 728-4673 BANK ST. CHAPEL - 236-0668 Hill SF ft PI AYEAIR- -LIMITED - FUNERAL DIRECTORS Bryce, William F. M. ' Chene. Mory Jane. Fee, William. McEwen, William Charles. Nalty, Lydia S. Switzer, Augustus (Gus) E. Vroom, Betty. Central Chapel 315 McLEOD STREET 233 1143 West Chapel 1098 BYRON AVENUE 728-1761 5. lost BURKE In loving memory of ou dear father, George Burke, who passed away Dec. 15, 1951, also our deor mother, Katie, who passed away July 12. 1962. - Gone but not forgotten. Lola, Groce and Families: FOLEY-LAROCOUE Irr loving mem. ory of a dear husband, Daniel P. Foley, who passed away Dec. 15, -1943; and a dear sister, Jttrs. Gwen Larocque, wha passed away Dec. 4, 1967. Love's greatest gift Remembronce. Dona I da. FOLEY-LAROCQUE In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather. Dan Foley, who possed oway Dec .15, 1963 and of a dear ount Mrs. Gwen Larocque, who passed away Dec. 4, 1967 Tillmemory fades and life departs You live forever in our hearts. 7-Donolda. Paddy, Clayton, Dale ond Wayne. . FOLEY In loving jnemory of a dear brother and uncle, Daniel P., who passed, away Dec. 15, 1963. And while he lies In peaceful sleep, His memory we shall elways keep. Lovingly remembered, Bertho. Charles, Margaret, John and Barbara. PUROV In lov:ng" memory of our mother, Mrs. Agnes I. Purdy who passed oway Dec. 15, 1969. For her, life more abundant For us, a guiding star. The Family. THOMPSON In loving memory of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Thompson, Mom passed awoy Dec. 15, 1965, ond Dod, Oct. 6, 1966. . Deep in the heort lie's a picture. Of a loved one gone to rest, In memory's frame we shall keep it, Because they were two of the best. Oswald and Grace. THORNTON (n loving memory of a aecr sister, Violet M. (Wood) Thorn-ton, who passed awoy Dec. 15, 1959. Her life was earnest, her actions kind, . A generous hand and an active mind Anxious to please, loath to offend, A loving sister ond faithful ftiend. May her soul rest -in peace. George and Winnie. MEMORIAL GIFTS RESPONDING TO REQUESTS THE Canadian Cancer Society hos "In Memoriam"' cards available from Carleton Unit office or funeral parlors for use at the time of bereavement of a friend or- loved one. Such funds are used for research '0 find the ultimate cure to cancer. To make arrangements, telephone 235-1894. 15. Cards of Thanks BEAGLES, MALE, AND 3-LEGGED female, vicinity Osgoode. 1-821-2196. collect. BEAUTIFUL WHITE SAMOYED DOG, children's pet. Please return. Reword. 771-4482. ' BICYCLE, GIRL'S, BLUE, C.C.M., Cer. No. K102640, Lie. No. 17533. Reward. 733-4253. BLACK attache case, containing IBM papeis, on OTC 92 run west bound, 1 reward. 828-6044. . 5AQJMI E R w Wedeswe te thank Jr-many friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness, ads of sympathy, spiritual and floral offerings in our sad bereavement in the loss ot 0 beloved husband, father ond grandfather, Omer Gauthier. Mrs. Omer Gauthier ond Family. JOHNSTON We wish to express our sincere thonks ond appreciation to our many friends, relatives and neigh-1 bors, for t ie acts of kindness, floral tributes and messages of sympathy during the recent loss of our beloved husband and father. Special thanks to Dr. King; nurses and staff of Almonte Hospital; Rev. Owen ond Christ- ChiJrch chair;. Mrs. George Johnston and Family, SEABROOK We wish to thank our neighbours ond friends for the gen-erous donations given us to help in the loss suffered by fires, ond also to those who helped in rebuilding. Clarence Seabrook and Family, . North Gower. 16. Funeral Directors RACINE, ROBERT AND GAUTHIER Reg'd., .237-3680, 260 Besserer; 301 Olmstead; 7 Foirmont; 259 St. 'Patrick; 101 Notre Dame. 20. Florists lAAAAi lAAAAAAAAAAAAAA , VA

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