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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • Page 36

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7 36 Monday, Nov. 18, 1974 The Ottawa Journal Found Births 2. Births 3. Deaths DMthi 3. Deaths .3.

DmHis 3. Deaths CUSHING, r- John and Penny (nee Morrison) announce the arrival of Gordon's little brother Jeffery John at the urace Hospital Nov. is, is7i. DALE Terry and nee Waldorf) are pleased to "'announce thef.bhih of. their first son, Robert Ste- pben.

8 lbs. 11 on Nov, 13, 1974. Third grandchild for Norah and Stanley Dale, first Ray and Dorothy Waldorf. pBlaTB Tim and Karen (nee Rector) are proud to an-' nounce the birth of their first baby, Jodl Alice, 7 lbs. 10 bom Nov; 12, 1574, at Grace Hospital.

Thanks to Dr. Johri, Dr. Mohamdee and the v- DINER, Murray and Fran-cine (nee Cutler) announce with great Joy the birth of first child Cynthia Renee. 8 4 Thurs day, Nov. 14, 1974 at the Otta-1 General Hospital.

Many thanks to Dr. Jolly, Dr. Bar-win and case room staff. Don and Adel are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Simon Carson, on Nov. 15, 1974 at the Riverside Hospital.

FORBES Doug and Janice (nee Tucker) are pleased to announce the birth of their Emily, at Charlotte Eleanor Engelhart Hospital, Petrolia, OnL on Nov. IS, 1974. Baby sister for Shannon'. Second grand-' daughter for Ona and Harry "Tucker, Ottawa. HELMAN Gary and Cindy (nee Emmett) are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Heather Lynn, 7 "'3 Nov.

IS, 1974, at the Grace Hospital. JOHNSTON Lynn and Susan happily announce the early arrival of their son, Chad Adam, 7 10 on Nov. IS, 1974, at 7.1S pm at Mont-fort Hospital. WOODBURN To Doug and Janise (nee Barnes), a daugb-ter Klmberly Anne, on Sun- day, Nov. 17, 1974, at the ivic Hospital.

All nappy ana well. Barbara AT YOUR SERVICE THESE COLUMNS ALUMINUM PRODUCTS TISCO Horn Building Products. Offers you the llntst quality doors, aluminum ond steel tiding In decora tive colours. All worn guaraniesa. AUTOMOBILE Sales and Service REPAIRING and replacing vinyl rooft.

Comber Auto Top Upholsterers, M2 Queen 231-1545. BEAUPRE automotive, 232-9M4. Open day and night. Parts service. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PLYWOOD special all sins.

Fantastic unbeatable prlcesl We deliver. R. -Meunrtr, ttivo. CARPETS CARPET repair! and Installation, all work guaranteed 1 ytar. 235-1645.

CARPENTRY VERDON Sons. Adtmkjnt, alterations, recreotlon rooms. Free estimates. 729 0M9. rne all voitr carnentrv and oenernl home renovations call H.

Barrett, 233-t3. Very good work at reasonable rates. SPECIALIZING In remodelling of all Types, commercial ana resioennei, Call Henry. 124-442. LICENSED CARPENTER COMPLETE rec rooms, alterations, counter tops, repairs, call otter 1.30 IZS-OJVS.

MR. HOME handy man, that small ob around the house, not getting ooner inen pnone patriae at es-auei 1740, evenings. CHIMNEY REPAIRS CHIMNIVS NEW roofing, chimneys cleaned and repaired tor winter. Also rooting re- pairs, jwonec itovrmB, Journal want ads nrp quick results. MmDONALD Tim and- Diane tnee Stecber) wish to an nounce tne Dirtn or a baby girl, Rema Louise, 7 lbs.

6 on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1974, at the Ottawa General Hospital. WOOD Peter and Sally (nee Myers) are pleased to announce the birth of Ronald Austin, 7 54 Nov. 16, 1974, at the Grace Hospital. A brother for Michael.

3. Deaths BRAZEAU, Rene J. (retired OTC)-Oa Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, Rene Brazeau, ga of 16A Pinhey beloved husband of the late Laetiiia Lacasse; dear father of Guy, Claude and Suzanne, all of Ottawa; brother of Noel, Gerard "Ronald, Rita (Mrs. Henry King), Bella (Mrs.

Lionel Route), Jeaninne 'Mrs. Ernest Danis), Jeanette (Airs. Hervey Paquin), Rarmonde "(Mrs. Marcel Parre), all of Ottawa; predeceased by one brother, Royal. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 So merset St.

(Centre Funeral Wednesday to St Francis of Assist Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. CODY, Joseph Thomas In hospital, on Monday, Nov. 18, 1974, Joseph (Joe) Cody, age 67, of 26S1 Regina son of the late Mr. and Mrs.

David Cody, dear father of James, Richard and Joan (M.r SiMaunce Tremblay), dear brother of Anthony, Goldwin, George and Mrs. Beatrice Ryan, all of Ottawa and Kenenth of Glace Bay, N.S.; and Mrs. Norah Denlar of Dearborn, Mich. Also survived by IS grandchildren Predeceased by one son, Rob- ert, a brother, Bishop John Cody, of London, Ont; and a sister, Mrs. Mabel Doucet, of Akron, Ohio Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave.

Funeral Wednesday, to Our Lady of Fatima Church, for mass at 10 o'clock, followed by cremation. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society appreciated. COVE, Pansy Grace On Nov. 16, 1974, at tne Mwxaren House Nursing Home, dear aunt of Isobel Nixon, of Park-hill, Ont. Funeral Tuesday, Nov.

19, at 11.30 a.m. from George A. Logan Funeral Home, London, Ont CONTAIN A LIST OF REPUTABLE, QUALIFIED BUSINESSES WHO ARE READY TO SERVE YOU. DRYWALL AND CEMENT EXCELLENT work, tree estimates, experienced. 722-45211 722-3453.

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References. 7414371; wv-isu. GENERAL repairs, renovetlons, plumb ing, tiling, painting, electricity. 44 1144. IRONWORKS WELDING, fir tscapes.

ratlings, gifts, rtneaa, arc JJfrJtj. LANDSCAPING SCREENED top son, patto sand, sand fill, oravet and stone. Pvoer Sand and Gravel (22-2599, between 7 a.m. and a p.m. FALL tree planting ash, maple, birch.

arc. wanry worn, ji-mhu. MASONRY PLASTER, drywalt, camtnf worKv flra- pi seas, caramic an masooary. 4v WU6, avaninga MOVERS WE CLEAN basement, yards. Also ngnr moving, Delivery tree, can war eel, 129-3549.

MOVING end Delivery, also porcel pitzKup onaj Hum miFuiui, raif'fVf CLEMEN, Evelyn Margaret 7- in Kentrew, on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, Evelyn Margaret Ko- oisesu, in her 52nd year, beloved wife of Raymond Cle men; dear mother to Sandra. Joseph, Ottawa. Visitations at the Goulet Funeral Home, 310 Argyle St Renfrew Cele bration of the Eucharist -at the Church of the Most Precious Blood, Calabogie, Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 10 a.m.

Interment parish cemetery. CROWDER, Joseph In an Ot tawa nursing home, on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, Joseph Arnold Crowder, beloved bus-band of Grace Scott, formerly of Renfrew, in his 82nd year, dear father of Arnold, of Arn-prior, Norman, of Ottawa; Dalton, of Toronto; Alan, of Vancouver, Mrs. Mell Kenny (Phyllis), of Hamilton, Mrs. Gordon Boughner (Florence), of Carleton Place.

Resting at the Cochrane-Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew, for service on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 11 a.m. Interment in Renfrew cemetery. Ovidio In hospi tal, on Saturday, Nov. 17, 1974, Ovidio age 67, of 94 Preston beloved husband of Palmeriha Rossi; dear fa- therof Lnclana (Mrs Mario Iacovirti), Dallia (Mrs.

Her-cele Prosia) and Raymondo (husband of of Ottawa; brother of Congitina (Mrs. Gofredo Angolsante), of Italy; also survived by nine grandchadrenf Resting at the KellyXPeral Somerset St (Centre Town), Funeral Wednesday to St Anthony's Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Mervin At his resi dence, 304 Miller Pembroke, Sunday morning, Nov. 17, 1974, in his 61st year; Mervin Getz, son of the late John Getz and Lorna Eckel; beloved husband of Ida M.

Cherry; dear father of Jean (Mrs. Paul Ferrigan), Deep River; William, Toronto; Robert, Thunder Bay; Carol, at home; dear brother of Eldon, Thunder Bay; Nelson, Kitchener and Marion (Mrs. Lloyd Johns), of Pembroke; also surviving four grandchildren. Friends may call at the Murphy Funeral Home, 296 Isabella St Service in the chapel Tuesday afternoon, Nov 19, at 2 p.m. Interment Wesley United cemetery, Pembroke.

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VERDON Sons, shingling, tar and gravci, generoi repairs, r-rea mstt- moTtt. 14 nour strvica. rrt-f)w. SWIMMING POOLS A BRUCE Benson Canadian Crys tal pools Ottawa's oidast ana most rttptcttd pool builders and strvica specialists. Complete lint of GwnMe 1 concrete) and vinyl doo is, cnamtcais.

accessor las, haatars, ga mat. Showroom at 1110 Bank 7334333, 9 to 5 weekdays. Quebec Inqulrktr ft: vinyl pools call H. Goneeu 43J- a. TREE REMOVAL CLEARING lets, our specialty.

Free osTimores onynma. xn-riva. JOHN expert tree servlc, fully Insured. a-e. UPHOLSTERY UPHOLSTERING a br I for tale.

wnoitMie prrcm. rtfra upnoisiery, aWTJJ I IM VnV alJaT-JtWie. CHAUHAN, Mist Hartreet Kaur In hospital on Thursday, November 14, 1974, Hartreet Cbauhao, beloved daugh ter of Sardar Ganda Slngb Chauban and Sardami Pars in Kaur Chauhan of Ottawa. Formerly of Bhatinda of the Punjab, India. Resting Veitch Draper Limited, Bank St at Glebe Avenue.

For further information please all 236-0668. HAY, Elizabeth Catherine In hospital, on Sunday, Nov. 17. 1974, Elizabeth Hay, age 89, of 86 Empress beloved wife of the late James Hay; dear daughter of the late Pa-trick Powers and Maria Dempsey; sister of Florence Cairns. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St (Centre -Town).

Friends may call after 7 p.m., Mon- Funeral Wednesday to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church for mass at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame HENDERSON, Sarah Ethel-In hospital, on Sunday, Nov. 17, 1974, Sarah Ethel Boyd, age 88 years, wife of the late David Henderson; mother of Stanford B. Henderson, Ottawa; Mrs. Harry Swettenham (Eleanor), Hawkesbury; Mrs.

Summers McGale (Marjorie), Ottawa; sister of J. Bower Boyd, S. Russell Boyd and Mrs. David Hay (Catharine), all of Ottawa; also six grand-children and three greatgrandchildren. Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair Central 315 McLeod St after 7 p.m.

Monday. Funeral Wednesday in the chapel at 2 p.m." Interment Johnstons Corners. HOOD, Robert S.M. In hospital, on Sunday, Nov. 17, 1974, Robert S.

M. Hood, Stittsville, Ont, husband of the late Jean Goudie, first marriage and the late Emily Agnes Lewis, second marriage; father of Robert Ottawa; also surviving, three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St Service on Wednesday, 1 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. HOWE, George Eric Suddenly at his home, 508 O'Connor on Sunday, Nov.

17, 1974, beloved husband of Myra Cur-rie; uncle of T. W. Gregory (Marjorie). Resting at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service in the Chapel Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Cremation Pinecrest cemetery. LALLY, David John Suddenly, at his residence, Seeleys Bay, Ont, on Friday, Nov. IS, 1974, David John Lally, in his 86th year, son of the late James and Anne Lally; dear brother of Ervin, of Perth; Jim, of Brockville; Joe, of Detroit; Anne (Mrs. Ralph Chiunard), of Grosse Pointe, end the late Mark, Jack, Leo and Katie (Mrs. Edmund O'Ned); survived by 10 nieces and nephews.

Requiem mass was celebrated in St. Bridget's Church, Stanleyville on Moil- day, Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. Inter ment St. Bridget's cemetery.

LATREHXE, Gail On Satur day, Nov. 16, 1974, age 36 years, dear wife of Wilfred Latreille; dear mother of Mark; dear daughter of Mrs. Eileen Edna Corrigan; also survived by one brother, David, of Ottawa; three sisters, Mrs. Donald Thomas (Marlene), Ottawa; Mrs. Wavn-e Reid (Carol), of unsterHarnlet; Mrs J.

Taft I ot us Angcies. Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 7 Fairmont St. Funeral services on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 10 a.m. from St.

Francis of Assist Church. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. LEGER, Alexandre Husband of Marie Reine Chenier, 196 Kent Hull, Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, in his 69th year. Fa ther of Jean, Line at borne, brother of Oscar, Ottawa, Mrs.

Laura Riopelle, Ottawa, Mrs. Lyda Rochon, Ottawa, Mrs. Yaleda Smith, Timmins Resting at Romeo Emond Fu neral Home, 81 St Laurent Requiem high mass at 9 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church. In terment Notre Dame ceme tery, Hull.

McLAREN, George In Renfrew Hosnltal. Sundav. Nov. 17, 1974, George McLaren, husband of the late Stella Barr. in his 83rd vear.

Rest ins at the Cochrane-Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew, for service, on Tuesday. 19 at 2 p.m. Interment in Horton cemetery. I MACKEY, James On Sun day, Nov. 17, 1974, James Russell Mackey, Kemptville, age 85, beloved husband of Eleanor Crazier; dear father of Kenneth, Ottawa; Norman, Maynard; Mrs.

Lome Dool (Lois), Kemptville; brother of William, Timmins and Charles, Kemptville; Mrs. Manford Blanchard Alma), Lombardy; Mrs. Hilda Todd, Ottawa and Mrs. Leaboume Elliott (Laura), Kemptville. Retting Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville.

Service in chapel Tuesday -at 2 p.m. Interment Bishop's Mills. MALLOY. Joseph Gannon (re tired National Revenue-Cus toms and Excise) Suddenly, on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, Joe Malloy, age S3, of 522 Booth St, beloved husband of Minnetta Logan; son of Mrs.

Gertrude Gannon Malloy and the late L. E. Malloy, of Ren frew; brother of Marguerite (Mrs. Ray Hebert), of Sault Ste. Marie; Angela (Mrs.

E. J. Putinski), of Ottawa; Sheila (Mrs. Percy Thur), of Ren-ftow and Benedick of Missis-sauga; predeceased by one sister Rosemary. (Mrs.

Ray mond Hisko) and by one brotherXawrence TBrother Malachi)j Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 So merset St (Centre Town) Funeral Tuesday in the chapel at 2 p.m. Interment Pine- crest cemetery. MASSE, Mr. Jean Paul On Friday, November IS, -1974 in Toronto at th ago of 69, Mr. Jean Paul Masse of 295 St.

Joseph Hull. Former Administrator for CBC for 33 years. Beloved husband of Adrienne Picard; father of Robert, Hull; Mrs. Roger Gosselin (Monique), Longueu- ll brother of Lucien, Ottawa. Resting at Lionel Emond and Son St Joseph Hull.

Funeral Tuesday, November 19 at 9 a.m. in St Joseph Church, Hull. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. NAPIER, James Suddenly, at his residence, 168 High St, Almonte, on Monday, Nov. 18, 1974, Jim Napier, in his 68th year, beloyej husband of Christina Piercy; and dear father of Mrs.

Thelma Gour-ley, Mrs. Henri Sabourm (Marjorie), Mrs. Elaine Ma-dore and Tom, all of Al monte; dear brother of Mrs. Merville Spinks (Annie), Mrs. Katie Carter and Mrs.

Ethel Donohue; also survived by 23 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Comba Funeral Home, 127 Church St, Almonte, where service will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1974 at 2 p.m. Rev. Robert J.

McCrea officiating. Interment Auid Kirk cemetery. OWENS, Josenh Henry (Harry) In hospital on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, age 6Z years, son of the late Abraham and Bella Owens: brother of Ken neth, Mrs. Walter Charter (Florence), of Renfrew and the late Dick Owens.

Friends mav call at Hulse and Play fair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday 2 p.m. Interment Heecnwooo cemetery. PARKES, Florence Mabel In hospital, Perth, Ont, on Sat urday, Nov.

16, 1974, Florence Mabel Parkes, wife of David Parkes; and mother of Pa tricia (Mrs. Keith Harding) and David Parkes. of Ottawa; Kaye (Mrs. Roly Hawkins), of Perth; and Robert James p. 'arkesoLToronto.

A private service was held In ihe chajy- el of the Blair and Son Funeral Home, Perth, Ont. PATRAULT, Paul On Satur day, Nov. 16, 1974, age 66 years, dear husband of the late Louisa Larocque; dear father of Mrs. Benoit Slmard (Jocelyne), of Ottawa; dew-brother of Emile, St Petersburg, Mrs. Stewart Jen kins (Lucie), Kingston; Mrs.

Dominic Poulin (Suzanne), of Los Angeles; one grandchild Marc. Resting at Racine, -Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead St, Van- ier. Funeral services on Tues day, Nov. 19, from St Fa- mille Church. Interment St.

Victor's cemetery, HULSE PLAYFAIR LIMITED ARNOLD, Nell OWENS, Joseph Henry (Horry). HOWE, Oeorge Eric. HENDERSON, Sarah Ethel. HOOD, Robert S. M.

Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 POTHIER, Fidelia In hospi- Monday, Nov. 18, 1974, Fidelia Leduc, age 67, beloved wife of J. B. Rodrigue Pothier. of 56 Chamberlain; dear mother of Mrs.

Rene Brazeau (Rita): predeceased by daughter Mrs. Reginald Corneau (Therese); sister of Exist Mrs. Laurent Gagne (Desnelges), of Hull; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Resting at Landreville Funeral Home, 578 Somerset W. Funeral on Wednesday to St Jean Baptists Church for service at 10 a.m.

Interment Notre Dame; Ottawa. REDDICK, Jack-On Sunday, Nov. 17, 1974, William John Reddlck, Kemptville, beloved husband of Letiba Henry; dear brother of Mrs. Ella Lightle and Eveteen Lightle, both of Kempvllle Resting Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville. Service in St James Anglican Church, Wednesday at 2 p.m.

Interment Union cemetery. ROODMAN, Dr. Harry Abra ham On Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, age. 73 years, dear hus band of Beatrice Roodman; dear- father of Michael and David, and Mrs.

Louis Sher man (Baitara), of Ottawa; dear brother of Jack, Ottawa; Rabbi Sol, Louisville, and Rabbi David, of New York; Max and Joseph, of Toronto; Mrs. S. Denoff and Mrs. N. Wolfe, of Ottawa; three Lorrie, Joel and Gayle.

Funeral services were held today at 2 p.m. at the Jewish Memorial Chapel, King Edward Ave. In terment jewisn community cemetery, Ottawa. Shiva private. ROSS, Baby Amy In hospital Saturday, Nov.

16, 1974, dear daughter of Ian and Barbara Ross, sister of Heather and Stefanie. Private SCOTT, George Albert Sud denly, at his residence, 2689 Conn St, on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, George Scott, age 59 years, beloved husband of Bea Leslie; father of Robert Scott; stepfather of J. R. Gauthier and Mrs.

Juliette Hale; brother of Mrs. Ethel Bourassa, Hull; and Alfred Scott, Windsor; grandfather of Stanley, Sheldon, Holly, Susan and Nancy Hale; Fran- cols, Pierre, Vincent and Nathalie Gauthier. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service was held in the chapel Monday 3 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. SCOTT, Lawrence Roger At Smiths Falls, Sunday, Nov.

1 7 1974, Lawrence Roger Scott, age 70 years, of Lombardy, beloved husband of Ei leen Belanger; dear father of Ralph, of Lombardy and Billy, predeceased; brother of Walter, of Kingston; also sur vived by three grandchildren. Resting at his home Lom mass will be chanted In Blessed Sacrament Church, Lombardy, Wednes day at 10.30 a.m. Interment Blessed Sacrament cemetery. SIEMCZONOK, Frank-At his residence, on Friday, Nov IS, 1974, Frank Siemczonok, age 67, of 1019 Carling be loved husband of Lena Bernard; dear father of Gerald. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 58S Somerset St W.

(Centre Town). Funeral Tuesday to St. Hyacinth Church for mass at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. SULLIVAN, Reverend Father James, O.M.I.

In hospital, on Monday, Nov. 18, 1974, age 88 years. Formerly of St Jo seph's Parish, Ottawa, and of Ancaster, Ont; dear brother of Mrs. Julia O'Brian, of Bel mont, and uncle of Mrs. S.

J. Curran, Hyde Park, Mass. Friends may call at Mc- Evoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent after 7 p.m. Mon day. Office of The Dead at 8 p.m.

Tuesday at the Funeral Home. Funeral mass Wednes day at 10 a.m. at St Joseph's Church. Interment at the Ob late cemetery, Orleans, Ont VEITCH DRAPER FUNERAL DIRECTORS LIMITED JAMES, W. Rasa TOMICH.

Mlkata. TRUE, Henry George. BANK ST. CHAPEl 2360668 PARKDAU CHAPtl 728-4673 TTPPINS, Andrew Gardiner Saturday, Nov. 16.

1974, in hospital, Renfrew, Ont, An drew G. Tippins, beloved husband of Lavina May Emmer- 600, in his 86th year, dear fa ther of Delia (Mrs. Harold Shawville; Lillit (Mrs. MervLo Totnlinson) Meryl (Mrs. Donald Burden), Sarnia, Ont; and Ernest Renfrew; survived by six grandchildren, live great- grandchildren, predeceased by Burns Wilson," dear brother of Burt, Burlington, Ont; and Lena (Mrs.

Moses Havelin), Ottawa. Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shaw- vile, Que. Funeral Monday Nov.

18 at 2 p.m. Service in the chapeL Interment St Paul's cemetery. TOMICH, Mikola In hospital, on Sunday, Nov. 17, 1974, Mi- kola Toraich, of 1275 Portland former employee of C.N.R.; beloved husband of Hannelore Dyckmans, in his 60th year; dear father -of Vera; survived also by a brother and sister in Yugosla- i a Resting Veitch-Draper Bank St at Glebe Ave. Service in chapel on Tuesday at 11 a.m.

Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Soci ety would' be appreciated. TRUE, Henry George Id hospital, on Saturday, Nov. 16, I 1974, Henry G. True, of 235 oeioy Ave.

iormeny oi 218 Devonshire Place, in his 85th year, former C.N.R. em ployee, beloved husband of ine late itenna uuigue; aear fatber of Mrs. Belmont La- flamme (Eileen), Mrs. Evelyn I a Timmins; Mrs. Lloyd Lynch (Violet), of Metcalfe; Mrs.

Ruben Knapp, (Lilly), of Godfrey; Mrs. Wil liam O'Conneli (Isabel), Gor don, John, Russell, Edward, Lawrence, Norman and Harold, all of Ottawa. Pre deceased by a son, brother of Mrs Jennie Nunn; survived also by many grand- cbildren and great grandchildren. Resting Veitch-Draper Bank St at Glebe Ave. Service in chap el Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Interment Pinecrest cemetery. WEGE, Karl A. In hospital on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974, Karl A. Wege, age 41 years, beloved husband of Betty Bert hold, of 1319 Kilborn dear father of Kurt and Rita, also survived by his mother, three brothers and one sister and his aunt Clara Bernhardt, in Germany.

Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod in charge of arrangements, Friends may attend the service at Martin. Luther. Evan gelical Church, 499 Preston St, Tuesday, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations to the church appreciated. Interment Pinecrest cemetery.

McEVOYSHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 LARGE COMFORTABLE PARLOURS 6 p.m. CK0Y Nsws and announcements Lost AFOHAN, lost vicinity ChepeLStewort, Tuesday night. M1422I. CAT a rev and white, young neutered mole, Churchill-Avondale. Answers Put-Put.

Reward. 729-9120. CENTRE Town, old black mala cat. Reward. 237-4479 or 994-S051 extension GLASSES In green cesa, vicinity River, side and Walkley, reword, 733-6001 HAS anyone seen pure white male -Fat Jn-the -HaniploBPafc, area? Be.

warn. 3v-m. LARGE black Lab. answers to hes robies shots, brown laether col lar. Reward.

I-2M-2M7, oner 5. SAM, toroe oronoe neutered mala cat, reward for Information leading to his recovery, t. rraser, ui anna 72S-S719 SMALL, mala dog, red fox terrier, I years ota, lost area 01 rorcy at, Rewerd IM. 234-30 JJ. RUSSIAN blue-grey young female cat.

Scar vlsltxa on stomach. Sandy Hill. Rewerd. 232-001 1 234-1331. WALLET lost Bank of Nova Scotia, Richmond Rd.

Reward, call Clem, 725-201. 1 YOU NO Gormen Shepherd, vicinity 01- imwm cell, nvwero, 4ewij, YOUR pet may be at the Humana Society Shelter. Visit shelter to mane aura. 72iea. 6.

Found BILLINGS Bridge shopping plate. No-1 vomer tz, coioreo picture negative, looks to be of wadding. t23-14W. BOY'S bicycle, Sondy Hill. piease laemiry.

ase-xrje. CAT, oronoe tabby, male, near Tun- neys resruro. notes. FLUFFY white, grey, and ginger cat. viciniry mihmi neigms.

zm-svoi. Journal Box Replies 111 147 3S6 171 STi 37 SSO 84 S69 SV3 41J 43S 438 439 Replica mulled Nor. la, 1974. 171 190 897 401 409 409 411 413 416 418 421 421 423 434 427 42 429 433 433 446 448 sURB while male cat, months eM, near rarnwoa nun) rvww acnool. tU-HUA.

IS SPEED man's bicycle. RS-me. 13. In Memorlam" CHENIER In levtna memory ot a oor mother, grandmother and great-, grandmother, Ssrsh, who pasted away Nov. II, 1.

Sod and auddon was the coll. So dearly loved by one and alll-Her memory Is aa sweat todey As In the hour she pasted away. Rita and the children. COLLINS In loving memory ot a uur nrainer ana granny, Alice Collins, who was called away Nov. It, 1W0.

happy hours we once enloyed, How sweet their memory stllL But death has let! loneliness The world can never till. Georoe, Mymo and Children. COLLINS In loving memory ol a wiiw one moiner, Alice Collins, who passed away Nov. IS, m. Dearer to us than words can tell.

The mother we lost and loved Happy and' smiling, always Loved and respected where aver she went; Always thoughtful, loving did kind," There are the memories that she left behind. Husband Jock, John ond Donalda. DAVIDSON In loving memory of my vui vm, mom, Annie, wno pesaea owoy Nov. II, lira and Daddy, uev a moron 31. imi.

You never failed to do your best. Your heart was warm ond tender, You lived your Ufa for those you loved, And those you loved remembered. Millie, Robin and Cheryl. NELLIOAN in fond ond loving memory or my aeer ororner, cnaries Nelllgan, who passed owoy Nov. Is, 1M7.

In memory, dally thought 1 In heart, a silent sorrow. -Alice. PETTICREW In loving memory of a nusoana ana tamer. 10m pani-crew, who passed away Nov. It, 1972.

In our haortt your memory lingers. Always tender, fond ond true, There's not a day, dear Father, We do not think of you. Wife and Family. STE NE P. SON Tin loving memory of a dear father AM-Stenereeiv- who-passad away Nov.

14, 197 J. Till memory fades aid life departs -You live forever In our heorts. violet WHITE In fond and loving mem-1-ory of my dear husband, John White, who passed away Nov. II, 1970. Memory drifts to scenes long Time rolls on, but memories tost; Sunshine passes, shadows fell.

Love's remembrance outlosts all. Isabella. WHITE In loving memory of IUIIIWI WIIW Wl WIIWIWIIIVT, iVI1ll White, who passed Nov. II, 1970. Four long years have passed Since Dad wit colled away.

How well do we remember That eod November day. Ever remembered Gert, Vincent ond Family. WHITE In loving memory of a deor dad and grandpa, John White, who passed owey Nov. II, 1970. Till memory fades and life departs You Hva forever In our hearts.

Morg, Jennifer and Alison. 15. Cards of Thanks BORDEN We wish to thank our kind friends and neighbors for their groclous acts of kindness ond sympathy In our hour of need In the deeth of a deer wife ond mother AHeen. Floral tributes, donations to the cancer cHnlc, the many cords and phono colls art vary much ap-precloted. Lou Borden, Darryl, Sharon and Shelly.

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