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. mt i - - TtTT OTTAWA JfMTBVAE . ... . Among Largest. , GLASSES , for every occasion ' Olflct, Sporf or Cvcning Weir ' .BERT F.WRIGHT , ; .. ; Optictan . - t urrtf-MtRtlullt (Ut111 J. P. Laurin Ltd. , 'Monuments of Distinction ASK FOR OUR BOOKLET ON HOW TO CHOOSE A MONUMENT. 2tt3;Vork St, , ' CE4-0UJ Winners of prizes for -general' proficiency were: Leslie Davis, Darcy Could, Lynn Golden, Lynn Davis,, Lynda Peach, Bruce Poison, Jennifer 'McLean,. Peter Bacon, Richard Hall. Bob Wright, Ed-, ward Knox, John' Beaton, Robin Oborne, Raymond Hansen. Susan Haggart. Chrietopher Sharp, Susan Howell; Mdodie Salter, Hubert Price, niinitPnant Mariann TAroiirn vuiuwikV u'ui, iB.iii nagci- man, David Poison, Grace Moerman, Janet Sirvage, Linda France, George Sirvager a Geraldine Armstrong, .Niela Peach, Judy Mclntyre, Ted Link. Bram Moerman,' Joseph Archambeault,. Kenneth Mc Leod, pavid Ramsey, Palrjcia Fitzgerald, Ronald . Horner, Evelyn Peach aijd Margo pagg. Mr.' Peach told'rparenu and r..-'j "friends of the students Aylmer Vpen nouse I UCSOOjf . High School now was among Bfjnfj" Centre ' m me largest rroiesianc nign schools in Quebec, outside of Montreal, .with, 520 pupils en-. rolled. , Vlce-principat ,R. M. Brown i presented the football trophy-to Bill McNeely;' basketball ' trophy, David Hall; badminton tingles trophies, Evelyn Peach and -Bill McNeely.: : Oren Stanley ofrtRt Aylmer Lions' Club presented t he senior public speakingtrophy to Miss Price and school letters, . presented by Ross Goldie. were In conjunction with' the' Red Feather drive there will be open house at the Home and Welfare Mrs. Albina Lepage Mrs. Albina Lepage. '179 John street. Eastview, .died in' hospital Friday after a brief illness;' She was 60. Born in Mille-Roches, Ont., a daughter - of Napoleon Mo- rtette and Mathilda Teevens, she married Fernando Lepage in Ottawa in 1916. He died in 1946. : . . ; 'Surviving are" two sons, Bernard and Raymond, both of Ottawa; two daughters, Mrs. Gerard Juneau (Marguerite) of Ottawa and Mrs. Emile Dufour (Marie) of Quebec; one brother, HaroI4. o Otla war wo sister. ; yTj:-xrwTrtmnKmi una, ivirs. Henry Bennett, both of Ottawa, and six grandchildren: The body u at, Racint and Robert Ltd.; 260 Besserer stt-eet; Requiem mass will be chanted in St. Joseph's Church Monday it 9.00 a.m. Interment will follow in Notre Dame cemtery. . tsttagyyai,' niiiiiHwiiBMaiwanwiial -FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE Ditnifttd Fmntralt - Modtral Chart ' Central Location :-CE3-"4773 584 Somerset St. West PBEECHW00D p CEMETERY J. J ' 19 , . ... j. . DIGNWY. -REVEREHCt .-.-s Expanding facilities at Beechwood -CMnriorv mi it possible to ofer a final resting-place in a setting of dignity . nd reverenc. We invite 'enquiries today from -families in Ottawa and District. Pre-arranged firyjl resUng place for . , loved smes, and future needs, without interest or service .. charges. ' -" 1 . " , 'Ortrtra noiks; i n. s ?m - mi,t 1,'tM,, .-'' ,'"; .'A ' ' : ' l I" 11 Sl.rSr, Albert Cleroux ' Nayan Gardener Dies in Hospital Albert Cleroux, Navan mar ket gardener, died in hospital Friday after a long illness. He was 37. Born ' at Navan, a son of Albert Cleroux and Theresea Bourgec J "Cleroux, ' he was married at Gatineau. Point in 1940 ..40 the former Lucille ThenaulL He was a parishioner of Our Lady of the Fields Church,. Navan. . . Surviving, in addition to his widow and parenlsare: a son, Claude, at home; three daughters, Therese, Louise and Claudette, all at. home; four brorhers, Anloine, Antonio and Marcel, all of Navan, and Euclid, of Ottawa: three sisters, Mrs. Dollard Sabourin, Mrs. Lucien Dumas, both of Navan, and Mrs. Maurice Roy, of' Ottawa. The funeral will be held from Gauthier funeral Home. 259 St. Patrick street,' at . 9.15 a.m. Monday for., requiem mass at pur Lady of the Fields Church, Centre for the ' Blind, 3B8iNevan, at .10 a.m. . Interment O'Connor street, Tuesday from will be in St. Joseph's ceme 7 to 8 p.m., it -w announced i tery, Orleans. at a rneeting- this week of the Ottawa-Carleton Board of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. . - The' public- wilL be given' a chance to get acquainted with the work done by the CN1B, a member of the Ottawa Com- given to Miss Peach, David "u""; : w Hall, Jack Brown and David wplya-. of blind hand!- rankhurst. GAS APPLIANCES Ranges, water heaters, '.' furnaces, space heaters, clothes dryers, refriger- . a'tors, etc. ; FOR PROPANE ' ' and' " NATURAt GAS 1 BLAIR EQUIPMENT ; ;' - tiMiTro ' i; 50 net! St (al DuVe) CE6-9731 Gftt itppfioace Speclallsfs craft. . Convener for the open bouse will be Velma Reid assisted by Mrs. A. S. Laird and Robert Devine. Arthur Jeffries Arthur Jeffries, retired DVA employe, S69 Rowsnwood av enue, died recently at his home. War . I, a' member of the Ottawa branch of the Canadian Legion and a life member of the Lodge of Fidelity, AF and AM. 231. . Following World War I. Mr. Jeffries was employed with the Department of Veterans Affairs. He retired in 1954. - He if survived by his wife, the former Dorothy E. Slinn. The funeral was held Wednesday in the Hulse and Play-fair chapel. Interment followed in Beech wood cemetery. EdouardJ.eblanc RiiftinnharTi Hiip BUCKINGHAM. (Special) -Edouard at his MacLaren atreet east home. He wis 78. 1 Bora at Joliette, Que, he was a son of the late thanes Le-blanc and the former Eliza Simard. ' He married the former Anna Beaupre in Joliette .in 1914. His wife survives. Mr, Leblinc took his classical studies at Joliette seminary, ana mi taw couth a.i . i ai University. He was a member of the League of (he Sacred Heart and attended St. Gregory Church. " He is survived by his wife; three sisters, Mrs. J. Willie Munn of Montreal, Miss Marie Leblahc and Miss Marie-Anne Leblinc, both of Joliette; a sister-in-law. Miss Antoinette Beaupre Of Buckingham, arid several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Vincent Brunei funeral home,-Buckingham.' Funeral wilt . be held Monday in St. Gregory Church with Requiem high mass at 10 a.m... Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Art Ward Addresses Born irt Birmingham. Eng-j NemprVllle KOMry land, he was a son of the late- KEMPTVILLE, Sept. 27. m, inu mrs. jonn josepn i, (Special) -i Canada's Civil De- H I wis a veteran of World! fenc Pror,tB w" outlined to members of the Kemptville Rotary-Club by Art Ward. Ottawa -pharmacist; who recently' attended the Civil Defence Training Centre in Am- prior, . .... He told the Rntarians Civil Defence was not entirely a Federal responsibility, but the responsibility of every person in Canada and! had to remain al such if- it was to become an accomplished fact in this country. , illi i InlllS) - BOARD OF TRADE MERIT AWARD. Senator Elsie lnman presents certificate of merit to Jack Graham, chairman, of the Ottawa Board of Trade tulip festival convention in Quebec City. Looking on is Don Cornwall Fire Chief Tzhory Moore uies at o ,ibinBk.MV HAiini AM ADuwii t cm n Th riinersi hsi hen died suddenly at his home here last, night at the age of 67. . Chief Moore went on leave n .. of absence Ust April because KgllfeQ IJHaVVa of 111 neaitn, loiiowma - Are department. He was due to gUilHCiiHIQII, UIC) retire on pension next monm. One of the city best known aitms.h was largely in strumental in bfinging about the esfablishment of a permanent" "fire r-department . in 1945 and headed 43 firemen urhn he .left he departmenu Mr. MooreaW.was ' also Civil Defence fire 'protection co- Glengarry. . .' , ' J He became oeputy cniei uii the old Cornwall volunteer Are department in 1920, three years after, joining the' brigade. He became a member of Uw local police force in 1927 and retired in 1945 with the rank of detective-inspector. ' i Born in Cornwall, ne was the son Of the late WjlHam Moore and Margaret Black. In, his youth, he was auccessively a carpenter, clerk and insur ance salesman, man. W. Harold Robertson, re- Hired Ottawa businessman of 2003 Alta Vista drive, died in hospital Thursday after a short illness. Mr; Robertson was born in Ottawa. He was a son of the' late William S. Robertson and Mary Jane Kennedy Robertson. He was educated at Glebe Collegiate and Otuwa oro.naiorior u 'V' ;-"- Model School He was married ties of Stormont, Dundas and J. Dunning. Mr. Robertson was employed with Huges Brothers brokerage firm before .entering into business with his father who owned the Royal Tea Company. Following his father's, death, a new store was built and operated under the name Harold Robertson Limited. Mr, Robertson retired in 1954 because of ill health. .Mr. Robertson was a member of Chalmers United Church. He . I mKr nf Doric Lods e He was prominent in 'WjA-F.',d AM, the Ottawa Hunt tMmi.n Club and f""4 ". ':iV r., the Knockers Club. ne was mrmwi , Masonic Lodge 125. ' Kiwanis UB;,nV' T.1 ) d Mrs. J. R. Kennedy, me wmiv vi 1 . He is survived by his wife, the former, Evg May Snetsinger; eight sons, Floyd, ' Gordon. Gerald, John and Robert, all of Cornwall; FO Cecil Moore. Cold Lake. Alta., RCAF Sta Z: STmS. andSJ" Beechwood cemetery Keith of Kitchener: one da ugh ter; Mrs. Stewart Esdon of Cornwall; and 15 grandchildren. MM mm Would ymr like - to study It In your own home where you can ask questions of university-graduate teachers and check their answers with your own..Bjll , . . ':..'. LESSONS ILLUSTRATED WITH BEAUTIFUL COLOURED SLIDES ABSOLUTELY NON-DENOMINATIONAL ; . j . . . . Sludy rh Biblt Only " - : ' . f Invite Your Friends lor t Home-Study Meeting No Cost No Obligation" MAKE OCTOBER "KNOW YOUR BIBLE MONTH' , ; Coll REgtnt 3-4783 for an Appointmtnt ; He is survived by his wife and two aunts. Mabel Robert- both of Ottawa. The funeral will be held this afternoon at Hulse and Playfair chapel 315 McLeod street.-iconducled by Rev. Dr. J, D. McCrae.- Interment will 3v 3 7t : Youth for Christ x TONIGHT al 8! mr. texas; if IN PERSON -HiM Harpiri fr f efc Billy rihm Aim, "MR. TfcXAR" titrmtt ' MTV in ptrMtultt M, mfnkff f fmu Hallv- Wea1 ChrlitUa Grav. Ye v M, win tny hl n(lii( mt hit jL mm AssfMaIflAil ' Technical High School Auditorium Albert il lay JlmU Sunday,,' p.m. Great AfterChurch SINCSPIRATION featuring ' . REDO HARPER i' ' and ' "The 3 SONS" M I a tkrllllns (rria ' Kl. .....I ..t. f.m.m ..A I . w Hr IMf banjr f fllw- w I !. .. Gospel Tabernaclt i 09 Bank Street '' I w Hear Redd Harper ... In these "v : Olliwi Area Rallies wiKHuni mn w Mn 9f l I p.m. u UIUBIZU1.MI. Tnf tPVt, ) p.m. QtaB i BllnktUl ftfhex.1. - ISKXVUU wi., Oct. l . t p.m.. CtTi linrlaU Arn ' AftXPfilOt "' TnvrC Ort. t S .W. Hith IckMl ASlirliim All WCLCOMt I r gATCRDAT. SEPTEMBER Ernest Gilchrist - Dies in Hospital At - a m. i -i ' - i 1 - , , . - . ' ' iumi iiililFl m I li l"llii" ir I'l 1 . ' III " II m ' fc"ir I1 " ll i" M m mmmmmtm wm mmm mmm wmm mmmh m mm mmmm m mm .1' - ' :r v'-'.-.-.v -.'." : i1' v , ., ., . , . i ...,- ..; '.V4t 1 'is , " I ' - , , 1! Scholarships, trophies; school letters and.. general proficiency were presented at the .Ayliwer High School last night In annual commencement . exercises. -I. - , . The J200 Protestant School 'Commission scholarship was presented, to Evelyn Peach by commission chaicman Lloyd Jlolston and the -Home and . School Memorial Scholarship, also of $200 value, went : DaVtd Hill; and was presented by Home and School-president J. Wr Bacon. , Adele' Price,' rresidtnt of the student's council, wa) chairman . of the meeting, .at which Mr: Solst'on, Mr. Bacon and'princi-: pal ;E.' S. Peach. we're speakers, v Rev. John Davies led in pray er. AYtMER HIGH SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS. Evelyn Peach ind Donald Hall proudly exhibit cheque tor tht J200 acholarahip each received in eommentement exerciie at Aylmer High School last night: . The Protwiant Present Scholarshrps, i lupine ui rvyiiiici 1 1 j School : Commission' scholarship was presented to Evelyn by Lloyd Rotston (rifht). Commission- chairman, while the Home and School Memorial Scholarship ws presented to Donald by J. W. Bacon (led). Home and School president 1 ftwMWWMm MMHOTHMMmMB a McClymont. Board of Trade -manager. The prize was won an the CTA contest for area tourist promotion. Top award went to the Greater Saint John Tourist Bureau. ,v...e...... , . . r . v : t-'.- ' .rr.j " . k.. . ....... n.. ii Thursday after a short .illness (Special) - Cory Moore, r,t ma - onuay a ; -"r'---- . ... i -vr u.ui. in VISIBLE PROTEST. EASTLttGH. England P) A Jolly Roger,, the pirate flu. flew ISO feet hith on th town ' hall "in7 thjs Hampshire set' ucucyeu a pro- chief of Cornwall s perTnanem church Fuj, cjvic honofl wil,!Contest in the hall. fire department ana a lonner accorded to Mr. Moore. city police detecUve-inspector, W. H. Robertson THE SALVATION ARMY WaUingtai SL (al Ferkfelt) Captain and Mrs. C Ivany ICmrpi fllllrtnl 11 aa. I. is M-Saljr Srvlr ' I II -lualir SrkMl Commi Tntftkiflvlng Wtliiie Ort. II, It Vfc Ckall frem Tarmiio YOU-AUK WXI.COMK Ernest Gilchrist, of 402 Dub . tin ' street.. ' Peterborough, a native of Ottawa, died in hn- rtal Friday JrT Peterborough,""" He was 70.-. Educated at Otuwa puMie , and high schools, he was a son of the late FVancit Holmes Gil-. christ and the former Hannah 'Jane Brown. ,.. He graduated as an electrical 1 engineer from McGill Univer sity in 9H Since that time he had been employed with: 'Canadian General Electnc tit ! Peterborough unlit his retire- iment in Mr. Gilchrist married the former Ola Blanche Ostrom in Ottawa 39 years. ago. His wife survives. He served overseas during World War I with the field artillery. He was a member of Trinity United Church. Peter borough. The body will be at the Had. more Stewart funerat home. 1319 Wellington street, after. 10 a.m. Sunday. Service will be held in the chapel at I p.m. Monday with Rev. Dr. Norman Coll officiating. Interment will be in Pinecrest cemetery. C UCX10THIMU taoAacasr 630 Mon. TJ.B. H tnUik Dillsa (stn. i - .presents "4 Mil UlUO HTtt" Cinemascope and Stereophonia Sound '. Thursday, Friday, October 1 J In Parkdale Memorial Hall i Oil Paintipjs by Mr. R. S. Gilchrist Uniisd Church Hall fttesiotick . Thursday. Friday and Saturday October 2nd, 3rd, and 4th WESTBORO BAPTIST CHURCH 307 RlchmoiH Kd. . 10 A.M. REDD HARPER . -. . . . . at Sunday School Rally Day- -. v 11 a.m. and 130 p.m. REV. J. F. HOLLIDAY : President of CENTRAL' BAPTIST SEMINARY ' .and the. SEMINARY QUARTETTE . plus THE-CHURCH CHOIR WELCOME ' ' in, ike fkurrh Wktrt tt'try visitor ir an , honored tunt THE ANNUAL MEETING i 'and- OPEN HOUSE BROOKDALE FARM INC. (A Protestant Home for underprivileged children) FARM POINT; QUEBEC will be held on Saturday, October 4 th, at 2.30 p.m. ..:''".- Cuest Speaker Mr. Wm. Horsbnrfh of alondon, England - EVERYONE WELCOME ittimt lai lutiai Jaurii ll Dipet it 1.1S CHRISTIAN' AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE ' THE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 0t BANK ST. REV. DAVID ANDERSON." Pastor .S ajnSunday-fnoorad"AduK lMa Ctaasea" l,l.0'a.m.Mornlnj Worship Communloo Service . ',. Mesial by the Pastor- ' -7.39 p.m. PROPHETIC BIBLE CONFERENCE !r Guest Speaker: REV. GAVIN HAMILTON,- Chicago-Gifted Bible Teacher and Miulonary-Evanfellst " "SIGN,S,OF CHRISrS IMMINpft RETURN" - Monday The Blessed Hope of the Church Tuesday "Will Israel B Eztermlaatedr Wedneaday "Win Antichrist Rule ( Israel?" Thursday "Babylon - Who la Sher Friday "Will the-Chureh Eseepe th Gnat - ' . . ; . ,.- -1, Tribulation?" -' Weknlht Servlot at O'Qock Special iagln ; , i Brief Missionary Film Each Eveobif , tot', wn-t, at Nana sraLCOM at ail aaavicaa . .'-l iViL r: . . .e7it: t:itt i i -'i a a Ta a a a'a'a'a a a a a a a a a a a a a ftt j a aiiiilnilllliitsis iii taHtii,lilsltsiAtHa itiJil i i i

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