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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • Page 52

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1 nim eye; ej i ii i 17 52 Saturday, Nov. 2, 1974 The Ottawa Journal 2. 2. Births Births 3. Deaths 3.

Deaths 13. lit Momoriamt 16. Funeral Directors 1 if' classification rectory. Statistics! I 1. Adoption '-r 2.

Births Death! Obltuarle J. Lost Found Ntlcsi 13. In Mmorlm Tr 14. Anniversary Masses 15. Cards of Thanki ,14.

Funeral Director 1 17. Cemetery Memorial 17a Cemetery Lot 18. Societies and Lodge 1. Churche 20. Florists 21, Cometerle 29.

Druggists Own Sunday J. 29 Druggists Open Monday 30. Service Stations Servlcesi 23. Bonauats and Portia 34. Take-Out Foods 31.

Whore to Ga -v 34. Hotel Motel 37. Beauty Salons 3s. Nursing Home and Lanscaplns 40. Ambulonc Service 54, Apartment to Lot 55.

Furnlshsd Apartments to Lot St. Apartmonts wanted SCSI. Houses, Garden Homes Vi 5. Furnished Apartments Wonted 59. Sublets.

40. Rooms to Let i. Rooms Wonted 2. Room and Board t'VolA. Share Accommodation Business Opportunities Industrial Properties Property for Sale Property tor Rent Property Wonted Income Property Commercial Property Out of Town Property .,7.

rVe. JOT -73. 75. 7. Farms tor saw Farms for Rent Farms Wanted to Buy Cottages for Sale Cottages for Rent Cottages Wanted Cottage Lots for Sole Warehouse Space Office to-Let Offices Wonted to-Let Store to Let Stores Wanted to Let Resort i Hunting and Fishing 1 Articiesi 7.

Ski Comer e. Snowmobiles 89. snow Blower 90. Bicycles 91. Cameras, Photo Supplies Article for Sal 93.

Article Wonted 94. Article for Rent 95. Article for Swop 96. Antiques and Fin Art 97. Firewood ond Fuel 98.

Market Basket 99. Machinery and Equipment 100. Pet Stock 101. (livestock and Poultry 102. stamps ond Coins 103.

Hobbles 104. Boats and Motors 105. Campers for Sale 106. Compers' Supplies 107. Musical Supplies 108.

Radio Television 109. Household Appliances Aolosi 119. Auto Leasing 120. Autos for Sal 121. Auto Wanted 122.

Auto Accessories 123. Sports Cars 124. Auto Parts 125. Motor Sports Events Trucks i 129. Trucks for San 130.

Truck Bodies, Parts 131. Truck Wanted Trailers) 132. Motor Homn 133. Trailers for Sale 134. Trailers for Rent 135.

Mobile Homes for Sol 138. Mobile Home for Rent .137. Mobile Home Moved 138. Mobil Home Park 139. Mobil Home Exchanged Metorcytost 145.

Motorcycles for Sole 146. Motorcycles for Rent 147. Scooters for Sale 148. Scooters lor Rent Miscellaneous! 151. Garages 152.

Parking Space 153. Winterizing mm 157. Houses for Sole 158. Real Estate Service 159. Condominiums 160.

Furnished Houses to Let 161. Furnished House Wanted to Let 162. Houses Wanted to Let 143. Houses Wanted to Buy 17. Personal Memo 177.

Transportation Available 178. Tronsportotlon Wanted 179. Camps Boys' and Girls' 185. Financing 186. Money Wonted 187.

Money Available 188. Mortgoge 189. Investments 190. Potent and Copy Ml. Restaurant Hotel Hell) 241.

Help Wonted 342. Sekteperson ond Agent 243. Position Vocont 244. Professnnol Services 346. Hospital Help Wanted 147.

Emoioytnent Wonted 341. Domestic Help 249. Teachers Wanted 350. Tuition 251. Trod School 353.

Boby Services 360. Legal 21. Auction 262. At Your Service BARNES Paul announces with pleasure the arrival of bit brother, Shawn Maurice, 6 lbs. 4 on October 31, 1974, at Ottawa General Hos- pital.

George and -Geraldtae are overjoyed. Everyone well. fA MICHAEL 1 and Diane are pleased to an nounce toe oirtn or a son, i mothy John Gilbert, 6 IS on Oct 28, 1974, at (.47 a.m. at Pontiac Cornmo- Hogpital, DDTRISAC lVaoien and Carol (nee Huot) are happy to at no usee the birth of their first child, Julie Lynn, 8 2 Oct. 31, 1974, at the Otta-" wa General Excited grandparents are Mrs, Rita Huot, Mr.

and Mrs. Lorenzo Dutrisac and great-grand- mother Mrs. Irene Pyne. Thanks to Dr. Pierre Lemay.

GAGNE George and. Joan (nee Canning) are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Paul Eugene, Oct 31, 1974, at the Riverside Hospital. HUMPHREYS Cindy Lou would like to announce the arrival of her long awaited brother, Travis Wayne, on Wed. Oct 30, 1974, 11:29 pjn. weighing 8 lbs.

Stt ozs. Parents are Wayne and Sylvia. MPPS staying away in droves TORONTO (CP) The legislature began, consideration of Health Minister Frank Miller's departmental estimates Wednesday, but the show played to an almost-empty house. As the legislators began looking into health department spending about $2.3 billion in the present estimatiafewer than 20 members'were on band. Quorum for the legislature is 20 members, but unless the lack of quorum is specifically pointed out to the Speaker, business goes on as usual.

Longer week for Senate 1V Starting' next Senate will have extended hours and the senators sometimes will be required to sit five days a week. Senator Ray Perrault, government leader in the said Thursday that the 102-seat appointed body will sit tour days next week. The Senate generally meets three days a week Tuesday night and Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. He said the Liberal government's heavy legislative workload is the reason for the extra hours. 'Not enough seats' Conservative John Reynolds said Wednesday he will do all he can to stop a redistribution of Commons seats that be feels does not reflect British Columbia's growth rate.

The redistribution plan the government has said it prefers would expand the Commons to 279 seats for the next election from tie present 264. All provinces would gain seats, but Mr. Reynolds (Burnaby-Richmond-Delta) says the proposed B.C gain of three to 26 seats is not adequate. Snowmobile controls considered TORONTO (CP) The government is considering legislation to control trespassing by snowmobilers, Attorney-General Robert Welch told me legislature Wednesday. A recent Supreme Court of Canada decision that awarded damages to a snowmobDer injured while trespassing means jrojertxjDwners tnay be held responsible if snowmobilers are injured while on their property.

The Supreme Court said property owners must take reasonable precautions if they know, or if they should know, that trespassing is likely. Painless prick TORONTO (CP) Delgates "attending the annual meeting of the Ontario Public Health Association recently tested a new method of measuring cholesterol levels with a drop of blood from a fingertip. Dr. Frank Peter of the Ontario ministry of health, who developed the test, said the quick, painless process might improve on the present method of obtaining vials of blood from the arms. The new test would provide results in about 30 minutes with an accuracy of plus or minus 10 per cent High levels of cholesterol lipids in the bloodstream are believed to restrict blood flow and be a factor in some heart attacks.

In Dr. Peter's test, a high cholestrol level Indicated when a drop of blood turns an Intense shade of blue after a combination of chemical and heat treatments. Dick Reynolds, chief of biochemistry services for the Housing bylaw urged in Almonte ALMONTE (Special) A capacity crowd jammed council chambers Tuesday night to grill councillors on the new provincial and federal housing programs. 1 MALLORY Jerry and Jessie are very pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a beautiful baby girl weighing 7 12 ozs. on Oct 31, 1974.

Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mallory of Ottawa and Mrs. Alice oueuet or. Thunder Bay.

Many thanks to Dr. Allan and me sun at ibe Grace Hospital McCLELLAND Hurbert and Eleanore are pleased to' announce the arrival of their daughter, Jane, at 8 ozs. on uct so, iwf. First trrandchild for Mr, and Mrs. T.

S. McClelland, Cantley; and Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

Hill, MataKami. Thanks to Dr. Corbea and caseroom staff at Montfort Hospital. McPHEB Dave and Janis (nee Carter) are happy to announce the birth of David Shain, 7 fcs. 6 on Oc tober 31, 1974.

Many thanks to Dr. Soloway, and arte Stan. MEARS Ton and Wendy (nee Bowkett) happily announce the arrival of Chris topher John on October .29, i 1974. A first grandchildfor May Mears and the thirdior Rose and Harry- Bowkett Many thanks to- Dr. Pud--dicombe and staff at the Civic Hospital.

tests cholesterol province, said a major advantage of the finger-prick test is that it does not require a doctor, nurse or trained technician to administer. Tests on the volunteer delegates showed about 20 per cent had high concentrations of cholesterol. France taken out of service PARIS (AP) The crew of. the France was paid off Wednesday and the largest of the great liners on the transatlantic run was for mally taken out of service. Plans for two gala cross-ings this month to nutrk the ship's departure from the run after 12 years were cancelled after the France's crew went on strike, forcing it to anchor Sept 11 outside Le Havre.

It was a desperate and vain attempt by the crew to keep the liner in operation. The French Line had announced it would retire the Franoe when the government stopped a $20-mlllion annual subsidy last July. i President! Valery. Gtscard d'Estaing decided the liner's prestige value did not offset the subsidy. There is still no indication what will happen to the vessel.

The company said it was investigating various unspecified a. aL l-l PETERS Gordon and Wendy (nee WaUen) are pleased to announce the birth of Jennifer Suzanne, 8 lbs. 10 oz, at the Ottawa General Hosoital. Nov. 1, 1974.

A sister for Alt son. All weu. Many thanks to Dr. Conklin and a particu larly mendiy staff. SABINE Margaret and Keith are proud to announce the rival of Marc, 7 lbs 6 brother for Jennifer.

Many thanks to Dr. Gluck and the staff at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. "zxr. ft 1 VALIN Frank and Helene proudly announce the arrival of their first child, Kim Ber- nice, 7 8 Oct 30, 1974k at the Montfort Hospital. Many thanks to Dr.

Jean Lemay and caseroom staff. -VURMA Andres and Linda an- nounce with great 'pleasure the birth of a son Jason El liott, 8 on Oct 30, 1974, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Thanks to Dr. Gluck. 3.

Deaths BOUTIN, Amenor Elizabeth In hospital, Ottawa, on Oct. 31, 1974' Amenor Elizabeth 7 Church, in her 79th year, wife of Norbert Romeo' Boutin; mother of Marie E. Taylor, of Almonte and Ray Boutin, of Montreal; also grandmother of Alyson Stevens, of South Porcupine; will be resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier funeral Home, 260 Besserer St after 7 p.m. Saturday. Fu-' neral from the Basilica at 9 a.m.

Monday, Nov. 4. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. Visiting hours Sunday 3-7 p.m. BUSSIERE, Rene On Thurs day, 31 1974, age 69; Rene.Bussiere, beloved husband of Mabel McCarthy, of St dear father of Hosseonard; brother of Ernest, of Vanier; Laurent, TmmfeB; Mrs.

Vale-da Cray, Mrs. Maria Gray, Mrs. Irene Sorel; also survived by -one grandson. Resting at Haeine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead St, Vanier. Fu neral Monday Nov.

4 to Assumption Church at 10 a.m Interment Notre-Dame, Ottawa. CRAMPtON, Garfield In hospital at Kingston, Ont on Thursday, Oct 31, 1974, Garfield Crampton, in his 52nd year, beloved husband of Isabel Buchan; dear father' of Donald, John, Heather (Mrs. Brian Costello), William, Anne (Mrs. Robert Montgomery), Joe Jamie and Danny; also survived by his mother Mrs. Albert his brother Irwin; and seven grandchildren.

Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Carleton Place, after 2 p.m. Saturday. Service in the chapel, on Monday at 2 p.m. Interment St John's cemetery, Innisville.

In. lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ontario Heart Foundation. FRANKLIN, Charles Robert In hospital on Friday, r'ov. 1, 1974, Charles Franklin, age 62 years, beloved husband of the late Marion; Ferguson; dear brother of Mrs. Wes Franklin (Ada).

Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt, after 10 a.m. Service in the chapel Monday 2.30 p.m. Interment Dewars FRED N. GARRETT Funtn Servict FOR DIGNITY, EFFICIENCY AND DEPENDABILITY MODERATE RATES 233-4773 584 SOMERSET STREET WEST VICE CRAIG LIMITED FUNERAL HOMES METCALFE WINCHESTER CHESTERVILLE I 774-2120 On convenient telephone number serve 3 location YEITCH DRAPER LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS BANK ST. CHAPEL PARKDALE CHAPEL 7284673 1 FERGUSON, Thomas George In hospital on Saturday, Nov.

2, 1974, of Winnipeg and Ot tawa, husband of Anne Kae- mena, brother to Jean (Mrs, Walter Jones), of Wintntjea: James and Lance of Vancou- couver; Kenneth, of ton. Service Monday, Nov. 4, 1974, Hulse and Playfair, Main Chapel. Burial Beechwood cemetery. In case, of any kindly Jntendad flowers a donation to the Heart Fund would be appreciated.

GETZ, Mrs. Margaret Lorna In hospital, Pembroke, Friday morning November 1, 1974, in her 83rd year. Mar garet Lorna Eckel, beloved Wife of the late Jonn A. Getz; dear mother of Mervyn, Pem broke; Eldon, Thunder Bay; Nelson, Kitchener; Mari'on (Mrs. Lloyd Johns), Pem broke: predeceased by son -Ezra; also surviving are 12 grandchildren and 12 great- grandchildren; dear sister of Wilfred, Toronto; Joseph, Niagara Falls.

Friends may call at the' Murphy Funeral Home, 296 Isabella St, Pem broke. Service in the chapel Sunday afternoon Nov. 3, at 3 -ouck. interment wesiey united cemetery, renumua. HAMILTON, Janet Entered into rest at the St Vincent de Paul Hospital, Broctailfe, on Thursday, October 31, 1974, Janet Edna Pearson, in her 69th year, beloved wife of Gustavus Hamilton, RR3, dear mother of Kenneth Hamilton, North Gower; Mrs.

Lloyd (Marlene) Sylvester, Shawville, Out. Wayne Hamilton, RR3, Spencerville; dear sister of Silas Pearson, in Alberta; sadly missed by nine grand- children. Friends will be re- ceived at the A. J. Britnell Funeral Home, Prescott, on Saturday afternoon and eve ning 2 4.30 end 7 9 pjn.

thence to Emmanuel Baptist Uiurcn, anircnill Road, Prescott, for service on-Sunday Nov. 3, 2:30 p.m. Interment Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation or the Canadian Arthritic Society grate- rully acknowledged. HENWOOD, Julia On Fri day, Nov.

1, 1974, Julia Bird, age 76, of 1455 Heatherington widow of Daniel Hen-wood; dear mother of Ernest of Ottawa; Joseph, of Am- nerst; umis, of Norm, Sydney; Wayne, of Ottawa; Bessie (Mrs. Frank Ryan), of Ottawa; Devona Cyril Speight), of Amherst; Lynn (Mrs. Roy Lowmer), Faye (Mrs. John Williams), Charlotte (Mrs. Allan Lanoue), all of Ottawa; and Viola (Mrs.

George Cousineau), of Brazil; dear sister of Mrs. Gertrude Lund, of N.B.; also survived by 36 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, S8S Somerset St (Centre town), where friends may call from 2 to 10 p.m. Saturday Harmony. Lodge No.

305 of the LOBA will assemble for service at 7:30 p.m. Satur day, Gladstone Citadel of the Salvation Army, will assemble for service at 8:15 p.m. Satur day. Remains will be transferred Sunday to the Furlong Funeral Home Amherst, N.S. for service and burial on Tues day.

Donations to the Diabetic-Association JAYCOCKS. Thomas James (retired L.S.H.R.C. Capt) In Hospital, on Thursday, October 31, 1974, Thomas James Day-cocks, beloved husband of Peggy; dear father of Pa- tncK, uttawa; and Wendy Stapledon, Kingston; dear brother of Dorothy Hurley, Thunder Bay, Ont Private funeral service at Hulse and Saturday, November 2, at 11 a.m. McEVOY-SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 CENTRAL LOCATION -EASY TO REACH FROM ALL AREAS 6p.rn.CKOY News and announcements' HULSE PLAYFAIR LIMITED Hicks, MauNc M. Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 RADM0RE STEWART FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL Servfnf HI FilUit J.

CIIV9 Wttgaht Funtral Dlnctor 1319 WELLINGTON ST 728-8077 mm, JOLY. Maro" On Friday, No- vemner 1974, age 20 years, Marc Joly, of 767 Claude Ottawa; dear son of Carmand Joly and of Jacqueline Gou- let; dear brother of Gilles, Miss Carmen, Mrs. Pierre Touchette (Joanne) and Miss Martine, aH of Ottawa. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral 300 Olmstead St, Vanier, where friends may call after 7 pm. Saturday.

Funeral- Monday, Nov. 4, to St Louis Marie de Monfort Church, for funeral mass at 2 p.m. Interment JNotre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. NERON, Joseph Romeo At ms noma, urieton Place, on Friday, Nov. 1, 1974, Joseph Romeo Neron, in his 52nd vear.

belovni httsband hf Ellen Cook, dear father of jo-Ann (Mrs. Brian. Rogers), Jack and Ralph; dear son of jut. ana Mrs. im neron; dear brother of TCmtp Tfnorr Raymond end Donald.

Also survived by four grandchildren. Restig at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Carleton Place. Funeral Mass In St. Mary's Church, Carleton Place on Monday at 10 a.m.

REED, Grace At home on Friday, Nov. 1, 1974; Grace Anna Mirash, of 143 Caroline to her 68th year, beloved wife of the late' Basel Reed; dear mother of Alan, Merrill, Margaret, Sandra Queale, Karen, Earl and Owen, all of Ottawa. Also survived by eight grandchildren. Resting at the Weagant Radmore. Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Wellington St between Holland and Island ParlrJ.

Friends may call afti this evening. SeryiCeWthe chapel Monday at 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. 1 ROUBLE, Mrs. Elizabeth In Victoria Hospital, Renfrew on Friday, Nov.

1, 1974, Elizabeth Kenopic, beloved wife of the late Albert Rouble in her 91st year, dear mother of (Mary) Mrs. D. P. Kenneryv Toronto: John C. Niagara Falls; Albert, Amprior; (Ag nes Mrs.

B. uravestock, Sudbury; Thomas J. of Renfrew," and (Francis) Mrs. W. Block, Miosfcsauga.

Also survived by 23 grandchildren and 31 gneat-graodchildren. Resting at the Quinn Funeral Home, comer of Railway and Xavier Renfrew. Funeral Monday, Nov. 4, 1974, to St. Francis Xavier Church for mass at 10 a.m.

Interment parish cemetery. WEBSTER, Patricia In hos pital on Friday, November 1, 1974, Patricia Earl, age 26, beloved wife of Charles Webster, of 19 King George Street, dear mother of Cindy-Lee, dear daughter of Hubert and Maude (Perrigold) Earl, dear sister of Peter, Elmer, Mrs. Sandra Garroe and Mrs. Mary White. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre town), where friends may call after 2 p.m.

Beechwood Cemetery. Lost GLASSES, woman, Oct. 25, Lincoln t-ieias, goiasuver frames, reward. 225-5717. LARGE grey Persian cat, orange eyes.

neeireHingTon ko. neron bete ore. Reward. Call 737-4513. LOST, large aquamarine ring with gom band, possibly YMUWugyie.

Keepuk. Reward. 733-1310. LOST, gold frames glosses, St. Laurent or area, zv-ssai.

LOST, brawn satchel with ND merit ing on exterior, in vicinity of Bose-llna Road -Draper. Please contact Roger Choquette. 225449. LOST block wallet with Identification. near St.

Lourenf mopping centre. Substantial reward. 237-7059, 92-4963. OCTOBER Sth, Sam, 1 year old mala iry moot cat. mcKenar renc 132..

ORANGE male cot, October 2. yean okj, near, nes never oeen oursioo and could not hear cart or other animals, walk unevenly from spinal Inlury and also needs medication dally. Rochester St. near Gladstone. Reward.

236-lsi. PERSIAN cat, grey, very large neu- nvwa maie, VKinny viaostone, fcigin. 232-394. SIAMESE cat, mala, 1 year old. answer to Buttons.

Reward. 745-7997, SIBERIAN Husky, black and white, 2 yvur ua, mot, una, eyes, monottCK. 764-5544, days) 491-201, evenings. WALLET at Colonel By campus, Al gonquin uHiega, inursoay night. Re- warn.

wi-jua. YOUNG male cat, grey shading to wnira. reirrajio Baysnora area. IO- Found BLACK mel kitten, 3 white spots en cnesT, ui Ave. area, uct.

u. 729- 03DS. BLACK baa found. Exoerlmentel Form. comammg rum accessaries.

rn-tl. KEYS, tnltltl DL, I keys, found Be. serer ana nelson arraers. zjaiuu. MALE striped cat.

Whit markings. new Eoinpurgn. rawest. SCOTTISH terrier, femole wtth little whit marking, about monrne om. call ztvseui otter e.n sm, SIMPSON Seer parcel, containing sew ing materieis.

to-uvto, arrer a. YOUNO Golden Lab, found around Wednesday, zm-3442. LL grey Ml 23i-2ttt. tawa, KEYS found, 174 Ontario plaque. 1S643, a nver ana on goia.

745. 7974, rouna ui area or praeiena fta. and Whltton Overbreok. SRECKeWlDOEj-. In krvtns rnwn.

ZL phwst ana grandnwtnr, Myrtl L. Brackanrldg, Low1 orMtMt oltt fttmambranc. rqw, wra anu ramiii. CAf BELI 1 In kwlna manmrv or husband ond lather. Malar Kan- Every hour Vm dearty mis him Sadly do fa till Iosl nelv la our homo wHhmit htm.

Help us Lord, to bear the croe. -Wit ond FmKy. DELOKME In loving memory detr MM. MIMred, who passed of a away From hospital bed to heavenly Ood took, you home to be HI gu In tear I saw you sinking. My heart wa almost broken.

VM, iMMM A woitnwj you nne away, But when! sow you sleeping' So peocefuiiy free from pain, I could not wish you back. suner mar ogMn. Oh. you who heve wlf, Cherish her wtth core, For you will never know the hoert- "Till you see her vacant chair. Husband Gerald.

OEL0RMB In loving memory of a unr tvr, mier-in-taw ana aunr, Mildred Oelorme who poased away. Sad and sudden was the coll, y'' So dearly loved by one and all; Her memory is as sweet today As In the hour she passed away. Rita, Lawrence, Larry and Linda. DELORMH In loving memory of ftup i euntiaaa- aUII4u4 ujKat, away 1, 1Nt, To hear your voice, Jo, a your To alt and' talk with you awhile. To be together In the same eld way, Would be my greatest wish today.

Sadly missed Steven. DELORMe In loving memory of a oeer momer, wno passo away Nov. IM. -In memory you walk with us. No matter-where we go.

In dream you com and ty with Oh mom, wa mis you Although you're only here with us In spirit end In mind. We'll always hold you In our heart, from now till the end of time. Sadly missed Bev and MscDONALD In loving remem- Bnncfl or a over sisrer, tvuse Levena Mac Dona Id, who passed away Oct. 19, 1971. Oh for the touch of a vanished hand, And the sound of a vole that Is tllld.

Lovingly, Eva, MacLEAN In loving memory of a deer husband and father, Bowden fx Lean, who passed owoy Nov. 3, 1970.. Ever remembered. and Family. McSHANE In sod and loving memo ry or a oeer wite, Leonora Mcsnono, who passed away Nov.

3, 199. Love's greatest gift Remembrance. King McShene. MEADE, Thomas J. Died.

November J. IV. year ha passed sine that sod day. When one we loved wo called awoyj God took him home. It wo His will Within our hearts ha llvtth still, The Meade Femlly.

ROBILLARO In loving memory of a oeer etsror-m-iaw, mr. ironic kodh-lerd, who passed away Nov. 1945, and brother Frank, In 1949. Lovingly remembered. A Sister Tot and Mike.

SASO in loving -memory of a deer nusoana ana mner, josepn ao, wno Rsssed away Nov. 2, 1991. lo one knows our heartaches, Only those who have lost can tell Of the grtef that we bear In silence For the one we loved so well. Wife end Family. SCHARF In fond and loving memory of our dear mother, Ethel L.

Scherf, who passed away November 3, 1971. The yeers may wipe out many things. But this they'll wipe out never, The memory of those happy days, Which we have spent together. Dot and Ron. In loving memory of a dear arenamoTner iBoooy) tmei l.

Icherf, who passed owoy November ITI. v. Sunshsn fades ond shadow fall. But sweet remembrance outlasts ell, Wayne, Gordon, Keith and Cathy. SHELDRICK In loving memory ol my oeor wtte, Mery.

wno poasea away Nov. 1. 197J. The midnight stars ere hlntng Opon your llent grove, Beneath It sleeps me on we love And the one we could not save. Henry.

WADD6LL In memory of our deer mother Lena, wno atea Novemoer 1972. Dad, Februory 3, 195 and brother John, died June Is, 196S. The world changes year to year, And friend from day to day. But never will the one we lovecV From memory pass away. Th Family.

15. Cards of Thanks rADnu Mr. M. Caron wish to xtend her heartfelt thank and appreciation, tor the act of kindness, sympathy, and spiritual offerings, re- celveo in nor recenr DoroevvinenT the loss of her beloved husband, Joseph Maurice. A vary special 'thanks to Drs.

Hvde. Bhol and all the nurse on th 7th floor at Riverside Hospital, and all the frlenda In the trailer court. A very special thank to Rev. fattier victor. KELLY Wa wish to express out sin cere thank and appreciation to our friends, relative and neighbors tor their kind deeda and words of sympathy during th lot of a deer husband, father, son and brother, Cherte.

Special thank to Msgr. John MecDomld and Rev. Peter Cody. Tn Kelly Family. PHILLIPS We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our reietlves and friend for the messages of sympathy, floral offerings, mass cards, and Haart Fund donations and to the steff of Trt-Service Hospital, Father Hun.

eeult, Kay mono, poirier ana coon and th Kelly Funeral Home for their kindness and help In so many ways In the aeorn or our oeiovea nusoena ana Mr. Joseph PhRllptand Family! POTVIN Th femlly of Merle ldu i POTV MSI TO flnrn rneir heartfelt thank to their friends, rela tive ana mignnor tot meir mes-ege of sympathy, beautiful floral oftertnas and mass card received In their recent loss of beloved mother and grandmother. QUINNEY To all our relatives, frkmda and nelofibors flive Mncere thank and deep appreciation for their many kindnesses and expres sions Of symparny ma toes or a deer husband and father. Gordon. A very special thank you to Padre William Kooger, ina oocmnj an an the staff on 18, National Defence Medical Centre, for all their wonderful cor ond otentlon.

Mrs. Gordon Qumnoy, Wife; Isabel ond BIH Rich ardson ana f-omiiy. i SHIER Wo with to express our sin cere appreciation to our many rrienos, ond essoclateo for the kindness and sympathy extended to us at th death of a beloved husbend and father, Allen. Also our deepest thank for the spirmjoi often no, me beouritui floral tributes and donations to the Heart Fund. Special fhenke to the doctor ond staff at Riverside Hospital Emergency.

Naomi Shier ana oaugnrer aonara. Journal Box Replies 1M 910 33 344 34 SIS JV7 363 affi Sod 871 173 SUO aou WW Rmlieev rh.Uerl Nor, S. 1S74 7 SOS 33S S30 S46 S4 SAO SSI JfVS J57 858 3 SfM 168 Mt trt 383 183 8S 400 aa, aa.aa aV ae.lVaVaV'aaaVaVaVaVaVaa.aVJ Robert ins Gauthier It eg'. nasaerer, juu Olmsfeooi Oam! alrkkl.W Notra Cemetery Memorials CREMATION FuU Information Free of Charge from BEECHWOOD----. CREMATORIUM P.0.

BOX 7023, OTTAWA---- 746-0201 18. Societies Lodges RUSSILL LODOI NO. in OFFICERS and members of Russell hwv n. ir ana Am are hereby summoned to attend a funeral ervle for our lete brarher Genand -Hell at the Warner Funeral Home, Friday, Nov. 1, at ijo p.m.

Georoe P. Stanley, WM. 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS Want to remind you to place your over-' sea OTOets eany. a cCfueoaratM saving si transmtttna costs can be maUnd if are able to send your order via air mall.

"737-0750 21. Cemeteries Face the Inevitable The day will come when you'll need a family burial estate. It will be a sudden, sorrowful day. crammed with a thousand details. Be wise.

Be considerate. Be prepared. Solve this family matter now together. 2500 BASELINE -ROAD 829-3600 29. Druggists Open Monday win una A Drug Mart, Lancaster nan, 131 menvaie ro.

open every Sunday 4, 224-2745. WIST BIND SHOPPER'S City Pharmacy, 1377 Woo- ututto m. or anaaiine laBua. vpvn 10am.4 pm. WIST BNO INIPIAN AP.BA) SOUTHGATE Pharmacy, 1JU Mertvole Ka 2Z4-J32.

open every aunaay from II a.m. to i p.m. Yog hav a friend at Southgate. CINTR.I TOWN THRIFTY Drug Mart, 204 Bank 232. z3.

upon every aunooy, iv-s p.m. SHOPPIK'S DP.UO MART ItM BANK ST. at Walkley Rood. Open, very aunouy, 1 1 to a. CINTRI TOWN COULTER'S Phormocy, 567 Bank zro-94.

r-re parung at rear on cooper. WIST BNO QOLOIE'S Pharmacy, 107 Wellington St. open 10 o.m.-s p.m. z-sii. 30T Service Stations SERVICE STATIONS OPEN' NOV.

3 -i'r to' Noy. 9 7 A.M. to 10 PJVU BOB Steele's BP Station, Tn Bronson at coning, 24-Dyi. BSM BIRTCH'S Eso Service Station, 141 Bonk St. ot wolkley rtoaa, 7331.

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