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42 Friday, May 9, 1975 563-3711 CLASSIFICATION DIRECTORY VIM stontnou 1. Adoptions . 2. Blrlhs 3. Deoths 4. Obituaries 9. Lolt 6. Found Notlcest 11. m Memorlams 14. Anniversary Mosses 15. Cordt ol Thonks 14. Funeral Directors 17. Cemetery Memorials 170 Cemetery Lots 18. Societies ond Lodges 19. Churches . Florists 31. Cemeteries 29. Druggists Open Sunday 29a Druggists open Monday 30. Service stations Service! 23. Banquets and Portle 34. Teke-Out Foods 35. Where to Go 36. Hotels end Motels 37. Beauty Solons 38 Nursing Homes 39. Gardening ana Lanscaplng 40. Ambulance Service) 54. Apartments to Let 55. Furnished Apartments to Let St. Apartments Wanted 57. Houses. Garden Homes 58. Furnished Apartments Wanted 59. Sublets 60. Rooms to Let 61. Rooms Wanted 62. Room and Board 62A. Share Accommodation 63. Business Opportunities 64. Industrial Properties ' 65. Property tor Sale 66. Property for Rent 67. Property wonted 68. Income Property 69. Commercial Property 70. Out of Town Property 71. Forms tor Sole 72. Farms for Rent 73. Forms Wanted to Buy . 74. Cottages for Sale 75. Cottages for Rent 76. Cottages Wonted 77. Cottage Lots for Sate 71. Warehouse Space 79. Offices to Let - so. Offices Wanted to Let It. Stores to Let K. stores Wanted to Let 3. Resorts 85. Hunting and Fishing Articles: t7. Ski Corner ' 88. Snowmobiles 89. Snow Blowers 90. Bicycles ' 91. Comeros, Photo Supplies 92. Articles for Sale 93. Articles wonted 94. Articles for Rent. 95. Articles for Swap 96. Antiques ana Fine Art 97. Firewooa ana Fuel 98. Market Bosket 99. Machinery and Equipment 100. Pet Stock 101. Livestock and Poultry 102. Stamps and Coins 103. Hobbles 104. Boals and Motors 105. Compers for Sale 106. Compers' Supplies 107. Musical Supplies 108. Radio Television 109. Household Appliances Autos t 119. Auto Leasing 120. Autos for Sale 121. Autos Wonted 122. Auto Accessories 123. Sports Cors 124. Auto Ports 135. Motor Sports Events Trucks! 129. Trucks for Sole 130. Truck Bodies. Parts 131. Trucks Wanted Trailerst 133. Motor Homes 133. Trailers far Sole 134. Trailers for Rent 1 135. Mobile Homes for Sole 8 136. Mobile Homes for Rent el 37. Mobile Homes Moved 138. Mobile Home Perks 139. Mobile Homes Exchanged Matorcytes! 4 145. Motorcycles for Sale 146. Motorcycles for Rent S147. Scooters for Sale f 148. Scooters tor Rent , Mjlcf llineousi 1 151. Garages ' '152. Parking Space ' ,5 153. Winterising 157. '158. ' 159. ' 160. .I". ,162. ,163. Houses for Sole Real Estate Services Condominiums Fumiihea Houses to Let Furnished Houses Wanted to Let Houses Wanted to Let Houses Wonted to Buy 8 16. m. 79. Personal Me mot Transportation Avollablt Traniportotlon Wonted Camps Boy' and Girts' ,185. H none log Money wonted Money AvoUobtt Mortgooes Investments Patents and Copy 10 18. 189. 190. k240. Restau'ent Hotel Help 1 341 Help Wanted 4242. Salespersons ond Agents S243. Positlnns voiont f 244. Professional services (246. Hospltei Help Wnmed 247 Emptnyment Wonted ' f 341 Domestic Help 949 1 e. hers Wanted 2 230. Tuition K2JI Trade Srhootl v JS2. Baby Services 360 Leoot "261 Auctions , . 241 At row Kenrfot - 1 im The Ottawa Journal THEY'LL LOVE, HONOR AND SHARE WEALTH LONDON (AP) Brides may be vowing to share their paycheque with their husbands if the Church of England approves the proposals in a modern new marriage ceremony released todr.y by British ciergymenn. But under tin new ''women's lib" service, brides will not have to vow to obey their husbands. The new words to the service were developed by the Church's liturpical commission as an alternative to the 300-year-old form used today. It will be discussed by the Church's General Synod and, if approved as expected, may be in use by next summer. A commission spokesman explained that the proposed service was devised tc treat the wife as, an equal partner in a marriage. The new servfce drops the time-honored phrase "with this ring 1 thee wed, with my body I thee worship, and with all my worldly goods I thse endow." ,N That will become: "I give you this ring as a sign of our marriage and with my body I honor you, all that I am I give to you and all that I have I share with you." And the bride, who once just had to smile after her man made his vow, now will have to say the same. thing. Hut some of tide old phrases will stay, such as "till death us do part." Today and TODAY" Blood donor clinic, Centennial Towers, ,400 Laurier Ave., 14th floor, to 4 p.m. Women in the World, photo exhibition, Ottawa Public Library, to 9 p.m. Exhibition and sale of arts and crafts, United Church hall, Almonte, 8 to J.0.30 p.m. Evening of drama presented by Confederation ' High School students, 164S Wood-roffe Ave., 8 p.m. The Pirates .of Penzance, Gilbert and Sullivan musical, Sir John A. Macdomald High School, Draper Avenue, 8 p.m. Trial by Jury, Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, Philemon United Appeal now United Way at" Brockville BROCKVILLE' "(ipecial)-Brockville's United Appeal officially became tltf! United' Way at a meeting here Thursday night, and tho association's jurisdiction w,as extend-ed far beyond the city's' boarders. The United Way will now cover an area stretching from Mallorytown to Cardinal, a distance of 32 miles and as far north as Athens,' IS miles north of Brockville. The association changed its name to comform with the general practice of welfare agencies in Canada and this United States. Ralph Butt, an industrial plant executive, was named chairman of the organization. Plans were made for a budget meeting later this month. The association is also seeking a campaign manager for the 197S drive for funds in the fall. Last year's target of $102,000 was exceeded by nearly $1,000. Journal Numbers THe JOURNAL . 563 3731 CLASSIFIED ; 563-3711 HOME DELIVERY 563-3811 NEWS 563-3788 RETAIL ADVERTISING . 563-3842 SPORTS 563-3786 261. AUCTION SALE tor Boyd Moving and Storage limited at GIBSON HALL. Highway 7, Stlttsville, Ont, Saturday, May 10. 1975, 10 a.m. Included chesterfield sets, stereo, beds, dressers, coffee and end tables, wicker chairs, desks, -TVs (blackwhite and . coloured), bookcase, rockers, pole-lamp, assortment ol chairs, rugs, washer, dryer, bicycles, trunks, sewing machine, hutch, record player, fishing rods, child's rocking horse, approximately 158 unopened cartons (at this time) plus many other articles. Preview 9 a.m. till sale time. Terms cash. "The Auctioneer John M. Gibson, 836 5612. AUCTION SALE Selected items including oak dining room tables and chairs, bedroom suites, marble-top washstands, Edwardian and Victorian furnishings, a large selection of bric-a-brac Including ceramics and porcelains; large selection of estate jewellery in the form of 'rings, brooches, bracelets, necklaces, etc, oriental rugs, English water colours, selection of oil paintings by or attributed to noted artists. -, ' !! :: . This sale of over 300 lots Is to be conducted at the SHERATON EL MIRADOR MOTOR INN, 480 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa. Sale is MONDAY evening, MAY 12, at 7.30 pjn. viewing from 1.00 pm. until sale time. Licence Number 55S4 - : ' i Irving and Associates, 1599 Bayvlew Avenue. . Toronto, Ontario, 1416-4810878 , tomorrow Wright High School, Daniel Johnson Blvd., Hull, 8 p.m. Ottawa Music Festival highlights concert, La Salle High School, 8 p.m. No, No, Nanette, playrf MORGAN uieoe collegiate, a p.m. Ottawa Film Council free documentary film program, Ottawa Public Library auditorium, 120 Metcalfe St., 8.15 p.m. .- TOMORROW Women in the World, photo exhibition, Ottawa Public Library, 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Meeting of the Council of Commissioners, School Municipality of Western Quebec, 302 Notre Dame St;, Gatineau, 9.30 a.m. Arts and crafts exhibition and sale, United Church hall, Almonte, 10 'a.m. to 4 p.m. . Sale of second-hand books sponsored by the St. John's Business Woman's Club of St. John the Evangelist Church, Carlingood Mall, all day. Festival of song and dance presented by Deshantari, the Association of Bengalees in Ottawa, Champlain High School auditorium, 730 p.m. Trial by Jury, Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, Philemon Wright High School, Daniel Johnson Blvd., Hull, 8 p.m. The Pirates of Penzance, Gilbert and Sullivan musical, Sir John A. Macdonald High School, Draper Avenue, 8 p.m. Gay dance, 379 Waverly St., 8.30 p.m. Admission $1.50. -The- Mousetrap, -B y t o w n Players, Gloucester High School, 8.30 p.m. Births BERARDINI Pasquale and Maria (nee Ieradi) are proud to announce the birth of their firstborn, a boy, weighing 7 lbs., 14 ozs. on May 7, 1975 at the Civic Hospital. BONTES Jan and Diane (nee Mitrow) are very pleased to announce the safe arrival of their first child, a son, Dar-rell John, born at the Riverside Hospital, May 8th, 1975 at 1.13 a.m. Proud grandparents Mr. Jan Bontes and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mitrow. Special thanks to Dr. Krzaniak and caseroom staff. Auctions Raymond Irving Auctioneer Births CROWDER Ron and Marianne (nee Owens) are happy to announce a daugh ter, Natasha Lvn, 3 lbs., 13 ozs., a sister for Cassandra, born April 22. Thanks to Dr. Shute and staff at the Civic Hospital. D ALLAIRE Hector and Denyse (nee Beaulieu) are proud to announce the birth of a sec ond daughter Lyne, 6 lbs., 14 ozs. on May 8, 1975, at Mont- fort Hospital. A baby sister for Sylvie. Many thanks to Drs Lemay and Fairfield. GRINDLAY D. Raymond and Dawn (nee Bowen) are happy to announce the birth of theif daughter, Samantha Louise, born May 6, 197S at the Etobicoke General Hospital, Etobicoke, Ont. JEVONS - John and Nicole are proud to announce the ar-rival of their son, John Loran, on May 7, 1975 at 11.09 a.m. weighing 9 lbs. Thanks to Dr. Peterson and the case- room staff, Grace Hospital, To David and Susan (Nee Mackey), a girl, Elizabeth Sarah, 6 lbs., 4 ozs. on Wednesday, May 7, 1975, at Civic Hospital. HOBBS David and Margaret (Nee Fletcher) are pleased to announce the birth of Karen Elizabeth, May 8, 1975 at the Grace Hospital. SISK Gerry and Barbara are happy to announce the arrival of their first child, Sean Harding, weighing 7 lbs. 15 ozs.j on Thursday, May 8. A first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nash and second for Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Slsk. Many thanks to Dr. Krzaniak and nursuig staff. ST. AMOUR Hi, world I'm the newborn 6 lb. 9 oz. baby boy son of my mother, Cath erine, whom I m sure is resting and eating well at Gener al Hospital and of my father, who at this time can be con sidered a lost cause. I arrived Friday, May 9, at 6.55 a.m. WALKER KOKOTALLO Bob and Janet Marie (nee Koko-tailo, Humboldt, Saskatche wan). Happy parents of Christopher James, 6 lbs. 8 ozs., May 7, Kent, England. Proud new grandparents, Doris and Alf, Peggy and Fergie. WRIGHT -Ward and Gail (nee Warmlnton) are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Aliesha Christine, 6 lbs. 9 oz. on May 1, 1975. Many thanks to Dr. Carson and staff at the. Civic Hospital A Deaths BAIRD, Sophia In hospital on Friday, May , 1975, soprua Davidson, 316 Kooin Lane, widow of William John Baird, in her 91st year; dearly beloved mother of Mrs. Margaret Cooke and Harry, both of Ottawa; sister of Mrs. Dehlia Lepage, Toronto; Mrs. Lily Couturier, Stittsville; Mrs. Betty' Fiedig, Pembroke; Mrs. Sadie Dupont, of Ottawa; also uurvived by 21 grandchildren and 17 greatgrandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave. Service on Monday, time later. Inter-ment Pinecrest cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Saturday. BOLAND, Wallace Lynn In hospital on Thursday, May 8, 1975, Wallace Lynn Boland, age 76, of Glebe Centre, Ottawa, brother of Eva Boland and uncle of Mrs. J. E. Johnston, Ottawa; John Gilmour, Brampton, Ont; Robert and Errol Boland, Eganville. Resting at the Laundry Funeral Home, Eganville, Ont. Service Saturday 4 p.m. Interment St. John's cemetery, Eganville. BRANCATO, Ralph A. In hospital, on Wednesday, May 7, 1975, Ralph A. Brancato, age 57 years, beloved bus-band of Agnes Snedden, of Hull, Que.; dear father of Ralph, Jr., of Montreal; Mrs. D. J. Fish (Donna), of Cant-ley, Que. and Thomas, of Ottawa: brother of Mrs. Phylis Asclone, of Montreal; also survived by three grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 31S McLeod St. Service on Fri day, at 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cancer Society would be appreciated, . Deaths i CALDWELL, John Clyde In Almonte Nursing Home on Wednesday, May 7, 1975," John Caldwell in his 91st year, beloved husband of the late Bertha King and dear father of Mrs. Albert Gale (Mar garet), Garth, Mrs. Charles Tate (Evelyn) and Earl, all of Almonte; Mrs. Donald Maxwell (Karene) of Ottawa; and Mrs. Kenneth Bowes (Grace) of Middleville; dear brother of David, Lila, Clara and the late Agnes, James, William and Sadie; also survived by .18 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Resting at the Comba Funeral Home, 127 Church St., Almonte where service will be held on Saturday, May 10, at 2 p.m.. Rev. Robert J. Mc- Crea officiating. Interment Auld Kirk cemetery. DICKSON, Mary Agnes In Hospital Wednesday, May 7, 1975 in her 93rd year, beloved wife of the late John Wallace Dickson of Galetta, Ont.; dear mother of (Dorothy) Mrs. Gordon Murchison; grandmother of Norman Mur-chlsoa and (Margaret) Mrs Dan Lincez, all of Ottawa; three grandchildren also sur vive. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd. at Roosevelt. Service in the chapel Saturday 1 p.m. Interment Pakenham Union cemetery. DOCKRILL, Estella At the Public Hospital, Smiths Falls, Ont, on Thursday, May 8, 1975, Estella Dockrill, in her 84th year, daughter- of the late John Dockrill arid Elizabeth O'Hara; dear-sister of Leila "Weet" (Mrs. Godfrey Maxwell), of Smiths Falls Resting at the Blair and Son. Funeral Home, 112 Beckwitn St. N., Smiths Falls, where funeral service will be con ducted on Saturday, May 10 at 2 p.m. Interment Hillcrest cemetery. HEDDLESTON, Florida Annie Derouin Of 58 Demontigny St., Apt. 4, Hull, age 75, wife of William Heddleston, mother of Jack, Carleton Place; James, Hull; Mrs. Hector Lemay (Rosamond), Ottawa; Mrs. Bob Rodney (Janet), Ottawa; sister of Mrs. Jack McGlade (Delia), Ot tawa; Mrs. Walter Mcllqubam (Anne), Carleton Place, 10 grandchildren. Resting at Lionel Emond and Son Funeral Home Inc., 271 St Joseph Blvd. Funeral Saturday, May 10, in St: John Chrysostom Church,.Arnprior, 11 a.m. Joshing hours 1-5 and 7-10 p.m. Interment parish cemetery. LABELLE, Emile H. In Rockland, on Thursday, May 8, 1975, age 73 years, Emile Labelle, formerly of Carlsbad Springs, husband of the late Louisa Laniel; dear father of Jean-Paul, of Orleans; Marcel, of Ottawa; Claude, Notre Dame des Champs; Mrs. Aime . Beaudin (Marie-Ange), pttawa; Mrs. Lucien Lanthier (Cecile), Notre Dame des Champs; Mrs. Edgar Desor-meaux (Yvette), Mrs. Bernard Leblanc (Rita), Pointe Gatineau; Mrs. Camille Leb lanc (Noella), Templeton; Mrs. Andre Proulx (Car-melle), Hull; Mrs. Michel La-fleur (Pierrette), Gatineau; dear brother of William, Hamilton; Mrs. Irene Atkins, Detroit; also survived by-, 40 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Visitations a t Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead St. at Levis, Vanier. Funeral Saturday May 10, to St. Laurent Church, Carlsbad Springs for funeral Mass at 9:30 a.m. . Interment parish cemetery. LEGROS, Mrs. Cecile In hos pital on Thursday, May 8, 1975, Cecile O'Reilly, aged 66, beloved wife of Ernest Legros of 1236 Terrebonne Drive, dear mother o Guy of Brockville, Jacques of Gatineau, Leo, Maurice and Anita (Mrs. Desmond Falls), all of Ottawa; and Louise (Mrs. Charles Ford), of Chatham; dear 1 sister of Patrick of Hull; Rita (Mrs. Noel Belanger) of Dan-forth; Dora (Mrs. Earl Mc-Mullen), and Rosanne (Mrs. Percy Robinson), both of Ottawa. Also survived by eleven grand-children. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centretown) where friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday. Funeral Satur-day to Christ The King Church for mass at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. Journal Box Replies A-12S 160 183 186 192 206 216 221222 225 235 237 240 244 250 2S3 255 260 264, 266 268 276 280 .305 , Replies mailed May 875. A-212 220 270 272 275 282 291 293 295 296 299 312 313 3. Deaths McCLEMINT. Mrs. Albert f An nette Little), of 501 Main Street Buckingham on Friday, May 9, 1975 at the age of 81, mother of Gilbert of Notre Dame de la Salette: Mrs. Thomas Teske (June), Sud bury; Mrs. Rodolphe Dupuis (Patricia) of Buckingham: Mrs. Buddy Moore (Barbara) of Ottawa. Resting at the Brunet Funeral Home, 115 MacLaren Street, Bucking bam. Funeral notice later. MEYERS, Leah Elizabeth-In hospital in Kinistino, Taskat- chewan, on May 81975, in Her 92nd year. Leah Elizabeth Ware, widow of the late Walter Herbert Meyers; be- . loved mother of ten, including fcrnest Burnham Meyers of ' Ottawa and Mrs. Geoffrey uarkson (Amy) of Toronto, Funeral Monday, May 12, St. George's Anglican Church, Kinistino. MURPHY, Ella May At P o m p t o n Plains, N.J., on Wednesday, May 7, 1975, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.1 Peter Murphy, in her 82nd year. Resting at the Cochrane Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew, until Satur day, May 10, thence to St, Francis Xavier Church for mass at 11 a.m. Interment the parish cejjaStery. NOLAN, Harold B. - In hospi tal on Wednesday, May 7, 197S, Harold B. Nolan, beloved husband of the late Mary Catherine McAnenay; dear father of (Marjorie) Mrs. William F. Williamson, . (Ruth) Mrs., William H. Dixon,"bf Toronto; Mrs. Doris M. Naudain, (Colleen) Mrs. Kenneth H. Fogartyr predeceased by a daughter (Frances) Mrs. Robert J. Fahie; grandfather of Rich ard Naudain, William Dixon Jr., David and Garth Dixon, Winston Fogarty, Malcolm Williamson and Justin Fo-garty and great-grandfather of Christopher Naudain. Friends may call at the Mc-Evoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St after 2 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday to St. Brigid's Church, mass 9.30 a.m. . Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. PETTiT, Dennis At ,his home, RR 1, Burnstown, on Thursday, May 8, 1975, Dennis Oswald Pertit, in his 56th year, dear father of Rodney, of Trenton, Ont. Resting at the Cochrane Anderson Fu neral Home, Renfrew where service will be conducted in the chapel on Saturday, May 10 at 2 p.m. followed by cre mation. REID, Dorothy (formerly Mox ley) Suddenly in Ankara, Turkey, on Tuesday, May 6, 1975, Dorothy Wilson, beloved wife of Ewart Reld and mother of J. Richard and Robert ' G. Moxley. Resting ,Hiise and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St., from 12 noon Sunday until service at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation would be appreciated. RUDOWSKI, Christina Ac cidentally on Tuesday, May 6, 1975, Christina Rudowski, age 5 years, of Alcove, Que., beloved daughter of Jerry Rudowski and the late Lorraine (Sarchfield) Rudowski. Rest ing at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St W. (Centre Town), where friends may call after 12 noon Friday, Funeral service Friday in the chapel at 3 p.m. followed by cremation. RUDOWSKI, Lorraine Ac cidentally on Tuesday, May 6, 1975, Lorraine Sarchfield, of Alcove, Que.; beloved wife of Jerry Rudowski; daugbter of Mrs. Christine Van Allen Sarchfield; predeceased by daughters Beverley Anne and Christina; dear sister of Thomas, Stanley and Heather. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St W., (Centre Town), where friends may call after 12 noon Friday. Funeral service in the chapel, Friday at 3 p.m., followed by cremation. , McEVOY SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECtORS 232-5337 ": OWNER MANAGED 6 p.m. CK0Y ' SERVICB AT ANY HOU 3. Death SCHARF, CatharineIn hospi tal on Thursday, May 8, 1975, la marine Perry, age 70, widow of Aadrew Scharf; mother of Mrs. Lloyd Martin (UUve), Mlcbigan; Mrs. Harvey Parker (Kittvi. Ottawa: and Mrs. Harrv MacKenzie (Gerry), Prince Edward Is land; sister ol Joseph Perry; also survived by 11 grandchildren and 12 greatgrandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service Saturday, 11 a.m. Interment Hawthorne cemetery. SCHARFE, Mildred Ida In hospital on Wednesday, May 7, 1975, Mildred McCorkell, age 52 years, wife of Walter Scharf e; dear mother of Rich-ard, Robert, Clifford and Hans, of Wakefield; (Susan) Mrs. Oscar Pilon, Farm Point; and Helen, of Ottawa; predeceased by a son David; dear sister of Mrs. Lonny Donovan, Ned and Leonard;! also survived by nine grand children. Resting at the Mc- Evoy Shields Funeral Home, Wakefield. Service Saturday to the Church of the Good Shepherd for service at 2 p.m., Interment Hall's ceme tery. SMITH, Douglas Harry In hospital, on Tuesday, May 6, 1975, Douglas Harry Smith, of Chesterville, in his 50th year, beloved husband of Gwendo lyn Beatrice Elliott; dear fa ther of Howard, Chesterville; dear son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, Chesterville; brother of Lloyd, Fort Erie and pre-dec eased by a brother, Edwin. ' Resting at the Vice and Craig Limited Funeral Home, 24 Queen St., Chesterville, where service will be held on Saturday, at 2 p.m. Interment Maple Ridge cemetery. VALLEE, Ludger In hospital on Wednesday; May 7, 1575, age 64 years, beloved hus band of Laurana Roberge; dear brother of Leopold, Otta wa; Mrs. Paul ' Langlois (Alice), Mrs. Albert Sch- m e t k e I.(Gilberte), Ottawa; M r 8 . Emile Rouleau (An nette), Cantley. .Visitations at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home,- 300 Olmstead St. at Levis, Vanier. Funeral Saturday May 10, to St. Charles Church for funeral mass at .10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. . . WHITE, Beatrice In hospital on Thursday, .May 8, 1975, Beatrice White, of Williamsburg, Ont., formerly of Ottawa,, in her 79th year, beloved wife to the late J. Arthur White; dear aunt of Edwin Mcintosh, of Williamsburg; Graham Froats, Williamsburg and Gladys (Mrs. Borden Hess), Williamsburg.' Resting a t the Fairbairn Funeral Home . Ltd., Morrisburg, where funeral service will be held on Saturday, May 10, at 2 p.m. Interment Williamsburg Old Union cemetery. WOERMKE, Herman L. In h o 8 p i t a 1 , Arnprior, on Wednesday, May 7, 1975, in his 84 th year, Herman L. Woermke, beloved husband of the late Ottillie Bloedow; dear father of Warren, Toron to; and Irvin, Arnprior; survived by four grandchildren. resting at the Boyce Funeral Home, Arnprior, until noon .Saturday thence to First Bap tist Church (Norma and Ali cia St.), Arnprior for service at 2 p.m. Interment Arnprior cemetery. Friends wishing to make a memorial tribute may donate to the' First Baptist Church Memorial Fund or the Intensive Care Unit of the A. and D. Memorial Hospital. ,Wair" HULSE & PLA' LIMITED . Reld, Dorothy. Balrd, Sophia. Scharf, Catharine. Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 7281761 Lost BLACK cocker spaniel, male, 4 years old, close clipped, tattooed, Bllllnas Ave., Alte vista. Children's pet. Re ward, rjwvj. BLACK lab. "Quid" lost-. Parkdele Market, 6W-6032. BLUE locket with flowered buttons, centretown, 237-1 3W, ext. 413. LOST, black Burmese cat, vicinity O'Connor Street. Wes seen In Lower Town. Generous reward. Evenings, 233-9546. MAY 3rd, female Siamese eet between Maltland, Woodroffe, Oueeneway and Carting. Answers to Pooky, 850 reword. 729-5079. ORANGE and white melo tabby, vlcln Ity Gladstone end Spedlne. 722-4555. PART Samoyed, white female, pink merklng on hose, Rewerd. 829-4152. REWARD giant Schnauier, oil black, 8 months old, Pointed eers, cut tall, lost Aylmer. 684.5936. SANDY colored, tenohafred. ehaeov poodle, answers to "Cerry," taitool tin left ear. num. 3. lost SILVER male miniature poods, lVs years old. lust been clipped, lost In Btllwood Trailer Court area. Bells Corners. Reward, 828-W. SMALL Siamese female cat, Pllon pro- ic,, Avimer. vaiuaow to owner. Please call Sel-3e6 daysi M471 evenings. Reward. SMALL English Setter, white, brown -, roar, nwiKEHTiv RUCMritt, Tuesday. Reward. 741-3494. 6. Found CT. Singer Persian, white face. CRYSTAL glasses. In Steinbergs, owner UM plain. .... .-Ill.u .A. M., OOG, young female, beagle type. n HuM.rrjttT"- """ " FOUND ring at St. Laurent Shopplna G'RL'S bicycle, mall, Hwy. u otor .v.q..nurr Kg .an gjy-ZHQ, Vfl. UAitUr br0wn mal pup' WnlwNt - T ' ningy, UVS 235- .ruii.wBig iwacgnT. Pnulfi..!rT!!'r ,,n "1 wn'te. """1 nwiniBi, B44-ljyi. SaJ1"L i,lc,kwh,! uc" O" Melwood rnfi.r Lit. i'...MV- . ,...., up,,, 5A1-L dog found vicinity of Moodle Dr. - Richmond Rd. 83t.4Wn "" VOUNG block ond white cot, Cobden Rd. erea. 128-4867. -"oen VK? -KA.L.E..CATi forcool ond inr kJr .. J'. oor" iMther col-Jar, ben. Mark Avenue, Vanier. 749. 13. In Memoriams BUTLER, John In loving memory of Mis memory Is ss dear today. As In fh h.... . n,., ..ni .7 w :w ewey. But still the empty chair i Reminds us of the face, the smile. Of one who once sat there. ai. LH and Children. C,nf T,Jn ,on? rnenwry of our dear ago - ' wno oiea one year We think of her often. Edna. Charlie and Stephen. ----- miv M33u awnv May 9. IWl; dear Mother who passed Teway ??"r 1961 and orother. Ale In o near ond silent graveyerd Where the trees and branches wove Sleeps Oad and Atom In a cold and sT- ri Si'" D,i nd """"' memory SWMl.ll thrtitnht .I..II ..... II Around the grove where Oad and Atom God's love and perpetual light forever Always remembered and sadly missed Daughter Marc's and Josepn. MEOVEDUKE In loving memory of a near father and grandfather, Theodore, who passed eway May e, 1971. . Gone, but not forgotten. Son John. Daughter-in-law Irene. MEDVEOUKE In loving memory of upu, yiuKwiuHiv,, i meagre, wno passed away May 9, 1971. O to clasp his bond, his happy face to see, . To hear his voice, to see his smile That meant so much to me. Granddaughter Brenda. PERKINS In loving remembrance of a war nusoana ana lamer. Hill, who bassed awnv Mmv e. iota The yeers may wipe out many things, But this tlwkv'll wlna mi, nmtmr v The memory, of those happy days wvnitn wv nave spent rogeiner. Wife Maude and Family. PATENAUDE In loving memory of a dear aunt, Ida M., who passed away May 9, 1974. O happy hours we once enloyed. How sweet their memory still. But death has left a loneliness. The world can never fill. Your niece Pat. SCOTT In loving memory of Floyd Scott, dear husband of Doreen and father of Donna, Lorna, Doug. Sandra, Judy, Brenda; Kim, Randy, Jeff and Glenn and grandfather of Stephana and Manon,' who passed away May 9, 1967. Sadly missed by the family. 16. Funeral. Jirectors RACINE, Robert and Gauthier Reg'd.. 237-3680, 260 Besserer, 300 Olmste-d, 1 Fairmont, 259 St. Patrick, 101 Notre Dame. 17a. Cemetery Lots PRIVATE. 4 burial plots. Capital Memorial Gardens. Cohsldereble saving on list price. Box A-265, Journal. 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED BRIGHTEN EVERY ROOM WITH FLOWERS AND PLANTS FROM FINE'S 737-0750 38. Nursing Homes NEW RITIRBMENT FACILITIES STEFF KIM Lodge Is expending and improving facilities tot spring ana summer residency Info, 234 0590. 39. Garden'g & tandscap'g A.l TOP soil. Order now from 1 yd. up. BLACK organic topsoll. Coll 821-1961. FERTILIZER, S years old, $1 JS o busn- i. j.9ir. G. P. Plants, top soil, fill, manure. GOOD topsoll for gardening, lendscap- ing. 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