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-V . Tuesday, September 3, 1974 The Ottawa Journal 4S: 2 Pembroke fire probed PEMBROKE (Special) An Investigation it being car ried out today to determine the cause of a fire Monday that 'destroyed a. Pembroke r landmark. Vacant for many years, the Barrymore Cloth Building on Lake Street went up in flames at about 9 p.m. .Investigators said that to r their knowledge no one was . in the building when the fire started. Only a' smouldering shell remained of the struc-ture, once a thriving industry ! producing clothing materials Z distributed to many parts of m. the country. r No estimate of the damage has been made. tTwo missing . after Heath's yacht sinks ,. SHQREHAM, England. (UPI) Former British prime minister Edward Heath's " yacht, tuffeted by gale-force ".' winds and: high waves,, sank off the Sussex coast, the coast guard said today. Heath, an avid sailor, was not aboard. Five crew Hsrrwemberg came ashore in life- l k , missing from Heath's Morn & ing Cloud H, a 34rfoot racing 3 yacht, tne coast guara saia. About four years ago Heath I sold the first Morning Cloud. It -too was' wrecked in the ' storm' Monday night , when it was torn from its moorings in the Channel Islands and smashed on nearby rocks, local officials said. CAREERS ADVERTISING APPEARS IN the: OTTAWA JOURNAL DAILY 2. Births BOLTON Mike and Teresa are pleased to announce the arrival ot their xirst cmia, t ' son, Mark Anthony: on Aug. , . 29, 1974, at the Grace Hospi tal. Special thanks to Dr. Cameron and staff. HAY Gordon and Arlene are happy to announce the arrival . of their daughter Angela Dawn, 9 lbs. at the Riverside Hospital, Aug. 30, 1974. A sister for Robert. Thanks to Dr. Krzaniak. Father doing well. 1 KOENIGER Mike and Donna are pleased to announce the birth of Jeffrey Michael 6 lbs, 14 ozs. on Fri., Aug. 30, 1974. ; A brother for John. Many thanks to Dr. Soloway and caseroom stall at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. ; LANGLEY - Walter and Bar bara (nee Marshall) are i proud to announce the birth of their first son, Scott Mar shall Thomas, 8 lbs. 1 oz., at the Riverside Hospital, Aug. 28, 1974. A brother for Erica LING To Lewis and Joyce ;. (nee Elliott) a daughter, ' Megan Elsie, at the Riverside : Hospital, Sept. 2, 1974. sister for Heather. MCCARTHY -David and ' Susan (nee O'Connor) are pleased to announce the ar- , rival oi tneir son, urns, e ids. 14 ozs. Aug. 30, 1974. Thanks to Dr. Puddicombe and staff of the Civic Hospital. V ROBINSON Mike and Susan announce the tie breaker, boy for parents Doug and J u.d J , ' ' on Saturday Aug. 31, 1974, at Ottawa Civic Hospital.-1 -.-. -. Births SIROTICH j. Frank and Maria Eva (nee Passerini) are happy to announce the birth of a baby boy, Marc Peter, a little brother for 3-year-old Sandra, on August 29, 1974 at Riverside HosopitaL Baby weighed 8 lbs. 8 ozs. Both mother and son doing fine. Many- thanks to Dr.. G. 0. Taylor and caseroom staff. '. - TISCHER Rhonda wishes to .announce the birth of her sister, Shauna Elizabeth, at the General Hospital, Aug. 31, 1974. Proud parents are Joe and Sandra (nee Shaw). Thanks to Dr. Barwin and very special thanks to Dr. Jolly. WILSON Marilyn and Vincent are pleased to announce tne birth of their son, .Andrew Arthur, 6 lbs., tSVi ozs A brother for Jennifer. Thanks to staff at the Riverside. Deaths BARBER, Morton Dowsley At Ottawa, on Friday, Aug. 3 0 , 1974, Jklofton Dowsley Barber, age 78 years, beloved husband of the late Hazel Richards, by first marriage and Harriet O'Meara, of Ottawa; brother of Keitha (Mrs. Paec'Riards),-s ofc Basi Lake; and tne. late' Arthur Barber, of Frankvflle. .Funer al service wa& . conducted from t h e Eaiinin ' Funeral QhapeL-Smiths Falls, Monday, Sept. 2, at 3.4S p.m. Interment Maple Vale cemetery. BOUCHER, Mr. Michael On Sept. 2, 1974, at the age of .19, of 25 Richard St., Hull, be loved son of Theresa BenviUe and . J e a n Guy Boucher; grandson .of Mrs. "Francpise Boucher. Hull; Mrs. Agnes Benville, Gatineau; brother of Daniel and Michelle at home. Resting at Beauchamps Fu neral Home Ltd., 77. Montclair Blvd., Hull. Service Wednesday, Sept. 4 to St Raymond Church for 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. CHAMBERLAIN, Edward H. - Of Kazabazua in hospital Saturday, Aug. 3L 1974, in his 66th year, beloved husband of .; Mary Lambert; father of David, Aylmer; brother or Mrs. Ida Saunders, Osgoode, Ont.; George and Cameron of Kazabazua; also one grandchild. Resting at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, Kaza bazua under direction of Mc-Connery" Funeral Home, Man-iwaW. Funeral service Tues day. Sept 3 in St. James. Church, Pickanock. Interment parish cemetery. COLEMAN, Hazel Ellen In hospital at Carleton Place, Ont, on Monday, Sept 2, , 1974, Hazel Ellen McNaughton in her 67th year, beloved wife of ' Cecil. Coleman; dear mother of Earl;-also survived ; by ber brother, Ira, of Osha- wa. Resting at the Alan R, Barker Funeral Home, Mc Arthur Ave., Carleton ' Place. Service in the chapel on Thursday at 2 p.m. Place of interment later. CINNAMON, George Andrew Suddenly on Saturday, Aug. 31, 1974, George'Andrew Cin namon of 2674 Traverse Dr., Ottawa, in his 74th year, be- loved husband of Eva Dock- steader; dear brother of Mrs. Fred Lannin (Sadie), Mer-rickville; Mrs. James Faw- ce'tt (Hilda), Winchester; Wallace, Kenneth and Allen, all of Winchester; predeceased by sister Estella. Funeral was held on Monday Sept. 2 from the Vice and Craig Ltd. Funeral Home, SOS Church St Winchester to Winchester United Church, for service at p.m. Interment Maple Ridge cemetery. CLEMENS, David John In hospital on Saturday, Aug. 31, 1974, David John Clemens of Williamsburg and Riceville, in his 84th year, beloved bus band of the late Edith May S a c k v 1 1 1 e , dear father of James, of Ottawa; Mrs. Rod L'Ecuyer, of St. Anaciat, P.Q.; Harvey, of Riceville; , Mrs. Greta Fisher, of Otta- ' wa; Willis Devon, Alberta; Mrs. John Macintosh (Olive), Williamsburg; predeceased by daughters Elaine and Vedra: survived bv 19 srand- chHdren and three great grandchildren; brother of Mrs. Eliza Werte, Riceville; Mrs. Mildred Wilkes, Four- . nier; Mrs. , Sarah Johnson, Pendleton; Borden, of Four-nier and the late Mary Ann and William. Funeral service was held at the Vice and Craig Ltd., Funeral Home, 24 queen St., uiesterviue on Tuesday Sept 3, at 2 p.m. In-J terment Franklin's Corners - cemetery.-'- -i 2. Deaths CRAWFORD, Gordon B. (Scotty) At the Great War Memorial Hospital; Perth, Ont, on Saturday, Aug. .'1, 1974, Gordon B. (Scotty) Crawford, in hi 63rd. year, beloved husband Of Dorothy Flann: dear father of Hugh " and Heather Myrhaugen both of Toronto; dear brother Miss uons urawiora, . annua Falls. Private funeral service ; was held in the chapel of the : Blair and Son Funeral Home, Perth, Ont, on Tuesday ept. 3, followed by cremation. In : lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ontario Heart -.Foundation, 'i 'l v i ;. ;, V.1 ''.."-" .V'i'-'-"iV -i .-r .-. -v '. v s ' 2 ft .- DVIS, Ruth in h.osbital at uu-ieton Fiace, vnt, on sat-'- Wday,' -Aug; 31, -1974, iRuth Schonnop,' age 58 yeari beloved wife of the late Ross I. Davis; 'dear mother of Chris-tene (Mrs. Terry Thompson), and John; also survived' by her sister, Inez . (Mrs. W. "Johnston), and 3 grandchildren. Rested at the Alan R. - Barker - Funeral ' Home, McArthur Ave.,' Carleton Place. t Services held in the chapel on Monday at 2 p.m'. Interment United cemeteries, i EGAN, Theresa' At Ottawa, Ont, on Sunday, Sept 1, 1974, Theresa McCann, wife of the late Thomas Egan; . dear - mothef i: .? Theresa iMrs. - Steve Donogfiue),' of Ottawa; "Sister Ma; Egan, .Toronto; Margaret: Egan, of Ottawa, and Morris Egan, Vancouver, i-B.C; ister-of-Anastacia Flyn, Sacramento, Calif. Re qiem mass was celebrated in St Francis de Sales Church, Smiths - Falls, . oh . Tuesday morning. Interment SI. John's cemetery, Perth. i i FETTERLEY," G 1 a d ys In hospital, era Sunday, . Sept. 1, 1974, Gladys Feeley, of Ches- terville, in her 80th year, be loved wife of the late William Ellis Fetterley; dear mother of Mrs.' Wilburn Robinson (Natalie),' Chesterville; dear - grandmother of Lois (Mrs. Donald Knapp), and Hugh; much - loved great-grand mother of Donald D. and Barry Kcapp Funeral service was held-at' the Vice and Craig Ltd.; Funeral Home, 24 Queen Sf'Chesterville, on Monday, Sept. 2 at 3 p.m. In terment Maple Ridge ceme- GALLANT, Joseph Bertram Suddenly in hospital at Carte-ton Place, Ont. on Sunday, Sept 1, 1974, Joseph Bertram .-.Gallant in his 42nd year, be loved husband of Joan Alden; dear father of Patrick, David end Lorie. Rested at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Ave., vCarleton Place until Monday at 10 p.m. Thence to Charlqttetown, P.E.I. for service and interment on Thursday. GILL, Ola-Oa Monday, Sept 2, 1974, Ola May Quinn, Kempt- ville, age 76, beloved wife of Allan (Larry) Gill; dear mother of Mrs. .Fern Bow man, Prescott; sister of Ray, of Thunder Bay. Resting at the, Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville. Service in the chapel on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment Union ceme tery. GREAVES, Clifford - At Winchester Memorial Hospital on Aug. 31, 1974, Dr." Clifford Greaves of Iroquois, Ont, formerly of Ottawa in his 81st year. He leaves to mourn his wife, Dorothy; his children, Mr, and Mrs. Mart Greaves, Perth; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. 'Havemeyer (Terry), Stamford,. Conn,; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Piper (Meg), Lon don, Ont; and 10 grand children. Resting at the Fitz- simmons Funeral Home Iroquois. Service at St. John the Baptist Anglican Church on Tuesday, Sept 3 at 2.30 p.m. Interment Anglican cemetery, Iroquois. . ' GUILFOYLE, James In hos pital; on Monday, Sept. 1974, James Guilfoyle, age 96, of Farrelton, Que., husband of the late Gertrude Rice; dear father of Edward James Neil,' Angus, Vincent, There sa, Gertrude (Mrs. Rolland St Martin) and Claire (Mrs. Philip Brennan); also survived by 27 grandchildren and two great-gran acnuaren. . Resting at the Kelly Funeral Homey-585 Somerset St. (Centre Town), where friends may call from 7-10 p.m. Mon day then to rest at his resi dence Farrelton, where . friends may call after 3 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Wednesday to St. CamiUus Church; for mass- at V p.m. . Interment Parish cemetery. ' 3. Deaths GCZELIMI AN, Lucy and! Vahram In a traffic accident at Trenton, Ont ' op Bfonday, Sept 2, 1974, dear mother . an4 father of Vahe Guzeiimlan, 100 Gloucester T St.; Apt, 810, Toronto. Prfvafe funeral arrangements by . McEvoy Shields. Funeral , Home.' Donations to the "Ar menian united uuircn, Mon- tteal or United Appeal. i 1-ryj- HAYES, Sara Eva In Jwsp ' tar m .Saturday, Aug. 3. 1974, Eva JettCiage 76, widow of Thomas Hayes, dear moth-rer of Edmund,- of London, i-Ontjv dear - sister , of Rev. Brother i Norman (O.M.I.), . William J. and Julie, (MrsrW; -T.-Daly), all of Ottawa Also .surviving are three; grand children and three great grandchildren. Resting at l ; the Kelly Funeral .HomeSsS Somerset Street (centre (own), where friends may call after - 2 p.m. Sunday- Funeral Tuesday-to Canadian Martyr's Church for mass. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. HEATH, Georgia Mae At Ot tawa on Monday, Sept. 2, 1974 member of Eastern Star Hope Chapter, - Georgia Mae' Mat- tice, beloved wife of the late Arthur L. Heath; deaf mother Of Lois Mrs.rLyle McLean), -Ina ' (Mrs.- James George), Yictor and Earl, all of Otta wa; predeceased by daughter Velma (Mrs. T.; Milton), and son, Kenneth Arthur Heath; alsolsurvivedbyJ2grand-children and 13 great grand children.. Resting at the Tub man Funeral Home; 403 Richmond Rd. at Roosevelt, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Service will be held in the chapel on Wednesday, at' 2 i-m. IntermenJ Pinecrest HICKEY, Donald In hospital, on Sunday, Sept l; 1974, Don- ' eM Hickeyi aee 39, of Low, Oue., son of the late Patrick and Beatrice ..(Desmarais) Hickey; dear brother of Os wald, of Low; Hircnei, Katn- leen (MrsRene Prudbomme) and Carmel (Mrs. Frank Cos-I sette), all of Ottawa. Resting at the Low. C o m m u n i t y Centre, Low'. Que. Funeral Wednesday to St. Martki's Church. Martindale, for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Parish Cemetetyfr" J HUTCHINSON, ' Gordon E-r-In hospital, on mursaay, Aug. 291974, Gordon H." Hutchin-Ron. bbb 52 veers, husband of the late Rita Leslie; dear father of Gordon Jr., Leslie, Kenneth, Nancy, Donnie, Bon nie and Scotty: brother ot rWilliam, North Bay; Mrs. Au drey Kirby. Pentictonf B.C.; son of Mrs. Ethel Jeffrey and the late Arthur Hutchinson. Friends may call at the Mc Evoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St, from 7-9 p.m. Sunday and . 2-4 and 7-9 p.rav. MondayiSerwee in tne cnapei Tuesday at 10.30'a.nv". Intet meat Notre Dame, Ottawa. JORGENSEN, Jason, Glen Suddenly on Aug. 31, 1974, at the cottage, Heney Lake, Que., beloved son, age 2, of John and Mar grit Jorgensen; dear brother of Judy, Emily .and Gordon, all of Hazel dean; grandson of Mrs, Hildur Jor gensen,' Ottawa and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer, Hamburg, Germany. Funeral service was held from Hulse and Playfair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave., Tuesday at 11 -a.m. interment Jfinecrest cemetery. LEVESQUE, ' Claude Of 16 Moussette Blvd., Hull, Que. on Monday Sept. 2, 1974 at the age of 21, beloved, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Paul Le-' vesque, dear brother of Jean- Pierre, Michel, Jacques, buy, Misses Marthe and Lyne,; all of Hull, and Mrs. Raymond Dare (Monique), of Farrelton, Que. WW be resting at Lionel Emond and Son Inc., 271 St Joseph Blvd., Hull, after. 6 p.m. Tuesday. Service Wednesday Sept. 4 at 10 a.m. in St. Benoit Church,' Hull Cremation Beechwood ceme tery, Ottawa. .. . $ LOA, J. Frank Suddenly at his borne Saturday, Aug. 31, 1974. J. Frank Loa. of 375 "Hlnton Ave., beloved husband of Lyla Bradley; dear father of David Erik, or Ottawa .brother of J. Arnt Loa and P Gerry Loa, both of Ottawa and Rudolf A. Loa, of Osha- wa. Funeral service was held from Hulse and Playfair, West. Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave.,, on Tuesday at 3 p.m. Interment Pinecrest, ceme tery., : Deaths LYNCH, Michael r- In hospital, on Sunday,- Sept 1, 1974, Mi-: chaei Joseph Lynch, of Wakefield, Que., age 67 years, be-, loved husband, of . Alice ... Moore; dear father, of 'Anna. Resting at the McEvoy Shields. Funeral. Home, Wake-' - field ' where ' service ' wjll be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. Inter. ' jnent Rupert Union cemetery MacDOUGALL, Daniel ' - In Renfrew , Hospital, s Sunday, Sept. 1. 1974. Daniel. Ma- ' Douirall.-beloved husband of , the late Leah Lafreniere, in his 85th year. Resting at the Cochrane Anderson Funeral Home', Renfrew for service oh Tuesday, Sept 3 at 2 p.m. In terment Admaston cemetery. MacDONALD. Mabel L. In I hospital on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 1 1974, Mabel Lois KeUy, wife ot .. W, Elwood MacDonald, J2045 Carliog Ave., mother of Mrs- J. S. Cooper (Lois)H of North Bay: sister of Mrs. M. H. Potter (Olive), Mrs. W. R. Stevenson (Flora), Hartford, Conn.; Mrs.' E. B. Mulkins (Jean); also granddaughters SfCarolyn Cooper, Toronto; ; Mrs. Barry Pond (Marcia); Kingston; Mrs. Donald . Wal lace (Diane), and Laurie Cpo-per, both of Noah B&y: Friends may call after 7 p,m. Tuesday. at Hulse and Flay- ; fair," Central v; Chapel, - 315 - McLeod St? Funeral -rThurs- day at 1 pjar in the chapel. Interment- Beechwoodceme- tery. ' ,:r . ', . MARKELL, Bertha V. (Betty) Suddenly in La. Habra, ; Calif., Aug. 28, 1974, Bertha ,V. Dunn, beloved wifexrf the h late Clifford S. Markell, dear ; motner ot Joreen .amis. Bruce McCrea), also, survived i by two grandchildren Bar bara and Shannon, and two ' great-grandchildren, ; a I Y of Los Angeles, Caul.; Sister -of -Elizabeth (Mrs. J.' E. Far- rell). ot Edmonton, Alta. Fu- neral service - private, fol lowed by cremation. Memori al contributions may be made to the Ontario Heart Founda tion.. . - McCARTNEY, Bonme Lynn . As a result of an accident on Sunday, Sept 1, 1974, Bonnie Lynn McCartney of ILR. 4, Pakenham.- in her 18th year; dearW loveddaughtei of Mr. aii 'lHrsCDave McCartney (nee Shirley Smith), and beloved .sister of a Bill, : Bruce, 'Beverly, Shelly and Sheila, all at borne; dear granddaughter of Mr., and Mrs.'' James McCartney of jakenham;-' and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Box, of Almonte; and Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Smith, of Stittsville; great granddaughter of Mrs. Bill Smith, of Carleton Place; and Mrs. Horace Cavanaugh, of Almonte. Resting at the home of her parents, R;R.-4, Pakenham, where service will be held on Wednesday Sept 4, at 2 p.m. Rev'George Bickley officiating. Interment ; Auld Kirk cemetery, ; Cpmba 'Funeral Home, ' Almonte, in charge of arrangements? 256- 3313, ' v ' ,.'; MUNROE,. Margaret Julia In hospital, on Sunday, Sept 1974, Margaret Julia Pake, in her 100th year, of Deep River (formerly Cornwall), beloved wife of the late Wilham Munroe and by first mar riage, the late Peter Wilson, of Osgoode, mother of Myrha Ellen Wilson (Mrs. Ralph Hal iburton) of Deep River, also survived by three grand children. Resting at,, the Cutn- mings Funeral Home. North Gower, where funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment Rideau Vale cemetery. ' , OASTLER,- Susan Beatrice In Ottawa. Saturday. Aug. 31 '1974, in her 90th year. Susan Beatrice Andrews, beloved . wife of the late James - Oastler; dear mother of Mrs W. W. Buchanan fMar guerite), Mrs. J. A. Warwick (Helen). Ottawa: sister - Miss Emily Andrews, Vancouver,, B.C.; also survived by seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Graveside service will be held In St; ' Andrew's cemetery, N.B., on Tuesday, at 1 p. Ottawa arrangements Tubman Funeral Home. ROWE, William George On Monday, Sept. 2, 1974, hus band of the late Margaret Noian, father of the late Shei la Rowe; brother of Lawrence and Kenneth Rowe. Friends may call at Hulse and Play. fair, Central Chapel, 315 . McLeod . St., after 7 p.m, -Tuesday; Funeral Wednesday, 11 a.m. Interment Beechwood . VCUiClU J - 3. ,1 Deaths' SISTER ST. ROSE : (Bridget Foley) Grey -Sister of the Immaculate Conception at the Mother House, Pembroke on Monday, Sept 2, 1974, in the 43rd year of her religious life Resting at the Mother. House, 700 McKay St, Pembroke, until funeral liturgy Is Cele brated on Wednesday, Sept 4 at 2 p.m. Interment St Co-lombus cemetery...: . L i'-4i w-- -.: SCHULLER, Jules In bospi- . tal on Sat, Aug. 31, 1974, at tne age ot 88 years, Jules Martin Schuller. husband by first marriage of the late Berthe Lemay, and by second marriage of the late Berthe Faguy. -Dear father of .Jean (John), Wolf Lake. Quebec; . Paul pf Vanier. Dear brother , ot.Mathude ot neuort, France ' and Jeans e . of Cannes, France. Also survived, by 6 grandchildren" and ; S ' great .'grandchildren. Private funer al. Cremation'.. Beechwood Cemetery. -:- - ' THOMAS,' Leonard George ..V I I L" ' j in reieroorougn, on jupnuay, Sept., 2,. 1974, Leonard George c Thomas, B.. Com., CA., age 54, of 981 Blythe-dale Ave., beloved husband of Margaret Leblanc; dear father " of' Michael and : Susan (Mrs . Ron Tucker); dear brother of Arthur, Raymond and-Nora (Mrs.. EarL Cook), veil ot Toronto:-Resting at the Kelly . Funeral Home, 2313 Carting Ave.; (west of Wood- roffe , (where friends may call after 7 p.m.: Tuesday. Fu neral Thursday to StBasil's . Church, for mass.'. t " THOMPSON, 'William yLloyd : suaaeniy on. Saturday, , Aug. ;;. 31, 19 1 4 , William. Lloyd Thompson, of , Waddington; N.Y., and Russell, Ont, in his 63rd year, beloved son of Hat- tie Emily Mackie and the late William Thompson: brother f of -Arnold Thompson, of Otta- - wa; Evelyn (Mrs, 'James Ro "k bertspn), Vanier; Qifford E., of St. Thomas Resting at the Vice and Craig Ltd. Funeral Home, 505 Church St,.'.wu . Chester, where service -will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 2 p.m. Interment Maple Kidge cemetery. . -: TIGHE, Beatrice May In hos -' pital.- Friday ur. 30. 1974. Beatrice May Staples, wife of the late -James.. F., Tighe; mother of Patricia and Anne, .-both of Ottawa; Mrs. . James O'Brien (Helen) and James Tigbe, both7 of Willowdale; also five grandchildren; sister of Mrs. J. Rivoire (Nell), Scarborough; and Fred Staples, Ottawa Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St., after 7 p.m. Friday. Funeral Satur-dar to the 'Church ot St Alban; the Martyr, Daly Avenue apyii. a,m.V Interment i. Beechwood cemetery. In lieu JSbwers:. donations to the :'CNIB appreciated, VILt)E, Vallja"-- In hospital on Kagis, age 62, beloved wife of Rudolfs Vilde, of 172 Prince Albert, St , Resting at . the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St (Centre Town). Funeral service Thursday, in the chapel at 2 p.m. Inter ment Beechwood cemetery. - WALLACE, Annie In hospital, on Sept. 2, 1974,. Miss Annie Wallace, age 77, Kemptville, Ont.J daughter of the late Dr. David and, Esther Wallace; sister of Dr. William G. Wallace, Beaumont, Tex.; and Dr. Charles K. Wallace, Hol lywood Fla.; dear aunt of Doris Thompson, Toronto. Resting Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville. Service in . chapel Thursday at 1 p.m. Interment Springhill cemetery. WILLIAMS, Mary In hospi tal,, on Saturday, Aug. 31, 1974, Mary Theresa (Mae) Cunningham, age 72, of 199 Compton Ave. (formerly of South March),- widow of James Albert Williams; dear mother of Albert, Clifford, Manlon, Joe, - Mrs. Marion . . McAinsh. Verna (Mrs. Wil liam Rlckman) and Mrs s Florence Gagnon; dear sister of Harold, , Maurice, Michael and . Delia (Mrs. Domenic Sclssons). Res ting.at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carllng Ave. (west of Wood- roffe). Funeral Tuesday to St Isidore's Church, South , March, for mass at U a.m 'Interment parish cemetery. iiiiiiiimmiHiiiiitiiHiiniitininimiiiiiiin .ThoJournal'e daily Living section b what living in Ottawa it ail about . iiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiHiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 3. : 3,.;. Deaths, i WHITE Mildred In hospital on Monday, Sept, - 2, 1974, - Mildred Behan,- age 62, - beloved wife af James White, of 306 Dundas Ave.;v dear mother of Mrs. Elizabeth (Betty) Dacey, of Calgary; Eileen (Mrs, Bernard Tbiba- ' deau); dear sister of Harold, Ernest, Patrick, William and ' Mrs. Marjorie Williams. Rest- . ing at . . the Kelly . Funeral Home, 585 Somerset ,St. (Centre Town). Funeral . Wednesday to . Assumption Church for mass at 10 a.m. ' Interment Notre Dame cemetery. ..;.' '. : " Wui nCAR, Thomas Peacefully at the Riverdale Hospi tal, Toronto, Ont. on Satur- r day, "Aug. 31, : 1974, Thomas Whiucar, in his 93rd year, ' husband of the late Minerva . Buker; dear father of Dar- rocb, of Victoria B.C.; Bertie, "of Toronto; Lois (Mrs.' C. Ban), -q ; Chatham; Bernice (Mrs. L. Bailey), of Kapus- kasing; Clarence, of Ottawa; and the late Eva Campbell; dear loved by his ,10 grandchild r e n and six greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, 15 West Gore St., Perth. Funeral service will be conducted in the chapel -Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 1.30 p.m. Interment St Stephen's cemetery, Brooke; - "Absent from the .body, present with the Lord. WINTERMEYER, Alfred C- Of 95 Bluendge Ave., on Wednesday, Aug. 28, v 1974, after a lengthy illness at his - residence,---age- 86 yearsa member .of St. Francis Roman Catholic Church, and lifelong resident of Kitchener, a fourth degree member of . Knights of Columbus and a Commander of -.St. Gregory; father of John, Kitchener; Mary (Mrs. M. E. Quigley), Mrs . Lucy Quigley, Betty . (Mrs. William S. Brennan), all of London; Rita (Mrs. Ed-. ward Shoniker), Toronto; Therese (Mrs.. James Wiley), 0 1 1 aw a ; brother of Hilda . snoniKer, Kitchener; also sur viving are 30 grandchildren . a n d one great-grandchild; predeceased by his wife the . former Caroline Kaiser, on Aug. ' 22, 1972 and two grand- , children. Resting at Schreiter- Sandrock Funeral Home, Ben ton at Churcn5treet Kit chener. Funeral service was ; held Friday at St. Francis Roman Catholic. Church. In-! terment Mount Hope'- cemetery.. f ..; HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED MacDonald, Mobel L. Rowe, William George. Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 McEVOY-SHIELDS i FUNERAL DIRECTORS . . 232-5337'- ' 't SERVICE AT ' ... ANY HOUR p.m. CKOY . News and announcements VICE & CRAIG LIMITED. . FUNERAL HOMES METCALFE , WINCHESTER CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 One convenient telephone number serves all 3 locations FRED N.GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE Dignity. Efficiency and Simplicity . Since 1938 Moderate Rates 233-4773 584 SOMERSET STREET WEST 'VEITCH DRAPER LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS BANK ST. CHAPEL - 236-0668 hPJVRKDAlE CHAPEL - 728-4673 A Journal Subscription Rates tlNGLf COPY PRICE! ' . Weekdays ISc, Saturday 33c. By CARRIER: U.i0 o year or Mc t week. By MAILi' It.M a week, U.M month or 150. 0O year delivered any. where. Saturday only JOc week or tUM o year - Lost FEMALE mlnltturt $llvr poodl. Moiit KITTEN, miK tWy, gray ttrlpfd. LOWn Nu on KlVtr kom. Ktwra. 737-M31 , LADY'S gold wotch. Exhibition ground,. aoivlua,, iwf wwwsiv limb Ul WtJtHorS. LARGE brown ant wtiltt Mmol Gr - mm snoprwu coiilt, cHU "atwnr" loft sctnt of accldmt ntcr Koiabazuo. Donford Lakt aru, possibly lnurc& Reward. Contact Allan, Colltct M19-467 5324 OT -t3-m-4')f. REWARD offerod lor Morn of unoH brown dacshund-typo dog lost at Exhibition grounds Wednesday night. Answers to "Streaker". 1M-61H. - REWARD, lost collie dog, male, Wollt-. wy ana MiDion. Ka. area, tnnoren -or heartbroken. 731-139. $EALfOfNT Siamese cat, named Benny, very dark brown. 2344321. SILVER and block, female Gormen . Shepnerd, .vicinity of Boom St., please call 234-4117. - SMALL paper prayer book, St. Pat- .Irk', blfltfil. 1 1C M M KHnmm AM. 1319. ' ' . . TRIFOCAL gold rimmed glasses, vhv- ciry cny nail, war Museum. 745-2726. WHITE envelope containing personor.; papers ana a pnorogropn, oos-zom. . WOULD- anyone finding a yellow pack- TV sock in uucerne area conraining a helmet and a purse with money and valuable papers please phone. - Re- ,' wardl 749-2772. , . , YOUNG female Siamese, had Identifies- ; inn coiisr, uroca ond Llvic area, 727-2154. Reward. tlOO reward far 7 month old Irish Set-. - ten. rignt ear tattooea .OA97Fw 2 6.: Found FEMALE German Shepherd, approxt-. maieiy monins old, emperor Ave. 729-9046. , FOUND small grey female mongrel. . dog. no collar, or. licence, Gatineau - area, 6634396. FOUND glasses, Meadowlands Dr. ' tuesoay evening 225.I7TO. . . , . GLASSES, brown rimmed, found Lyoo ana nrw f v. ijtirti, PART Persian female cat has collar. touna oenerai nospnoi area, nw Bo-teler Apartment 1102. PART DASCHUND. port terrier, Weo7: nesoay at exniDition. fii-i6it. READING glasses, metal frame, square --Shaped. Tinted. Driveway near Wa- -verly. J32-J1I1. : TAME rabbit, near Island PorlTDrlve. 7282410. WALKING stick with emblem, at nttacn Lake parking lot, 746-ua after - 13. In Memoriams GRANT In loving memory of my be-- lovea nusDana, and our oear tamer and grandfather, Flnlay Grant, who passed away Sept. 2, 173. .In tears we saw you suffer,'' And watched you fade away. Although our hearts were breaking, ' . We knew you could not stay. ' ' ; ' Not a day da we forget you. . In our heorts you ore always near. .-T- Loving wife and fomlly. HANSEN In loving memory jof-o oear nusoana ana Tamer, nans' mi- -- choel Hansen, who passed away Sept: 3, 1961. 'Just a thought. of tweet remembrance ' ' Just a memory sad and true, a ' . Just the love and sweet devotion , - -Of ones who thinks of you. . ; .MMte 6vo and Family, HENDERSON In loving memory of T a dear husband and father, Gerald Henderson, who paued away Sept. 3, . .'.1975. .. .-. ..?. Sadly missed and lovingly remenv. . . bered. .-. - Wife and SorovV '-'-;; I ' McCONNERY In loving' memory of d dear husoano ana tamer,- ucii r-oi--rlck, who passed away on Sept. 3, 1970. ..' , " - v'.-j Always remembered. - Marcella and Fomtlyr v- MOORE In loving memory of a dear nusoana, uwen, wno passea away Sept. 3, 1973. His life was earnest, his actions kind, . A generous heart to atl mankind, -Anxious to please, loath to attend A loving husband, father and faithful . 'r,,nd-. --wlfeKat... Jm 15. Cards of Thanks MASK '-Mr. Peter Mask and family are oeepiy graieiui Hwir Rniv, neighbours, friends ond ralatlyes for . help and donations and spiritual offerings received during the sudden pass--. InS of a. beloved wife and mother . Anna Mask. Wa also wish to thank . Rev. Monselgnor Molka, Dr. Chapes- , kle, the sacred . Heart-League and ethers who called at the funeral home to offer the Rosary and to Goulet Funeral Services. A sincere thanks to all. 16. Funeral Directors RACINE, Robert and Gouthler Reg-d, 137.3680. 3(0 Besssrer, 300 Olmjleod; 7 Fairmont; M9 St. Potrlckt 101 Notre . Dame. . 17a. Cemetery Lots DOUBLE cemetery lot. Capital Memorial Gardens, 224-7M7.. 20. Florists GREEN LAWNS Begins with a trip to Frie s Greenhouse end Garden Centres 521-1110 38. Nursing Homes RETIREMENT lodge for elderly. Glebe, asml ond private rooms, 2344990. 39. Garden'g & Landscop'g CLEAN top soil. I39-1M3 or 4W-3614. TOPSOIL for tale. Call IM-75M, TOP SOIL and send fill for sale. 74M314. TOPSOIL, patio sand, sand fill, gravel and stone. Also tandem truck end beckhot rentol. Call 224374 or 224-; 72M. v . - I I.' 5. Journal ,Box Replies B 631 '690 628 675 702-723 745 769 784 792 806 808 822 847 868 883 889 912 928 940 943 - 953 965 969 977. 982 984 991 F S 6 16 Replies mulled Aug. 30, 1974. B 925 929 951 969 967 971 974. - 976 978 987 989 992 99S 997 P 2 0 7 11 . - ( ( I -.1, Vir,wO,V(0.tw'' . 7- ...... .......... t-

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