The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on April 1, 1978 · Page 56
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Saturday, April 1, 1978
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i. . CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Vital Statist! : . 1 Adoption 2 Births 3 Dealt) 4 Obituaries 5 Lost 6 Found Notices: 13 In Memar'lams 14 Anniversary Mosses 15 Coras of Thanks 15a Acknowledgements 16 Funeral Directors 17 Cemetery Memorials 17a Cemetery Lots It Societies & Lodges 19 Churches 20 Florists 21 Cemeteries 29 Druggists Open Sunday 29a Druggists Open Monday Services: 30 Service Stations 32 Gourmet Dining 33 Banquets & Parties 34 Take-Out Foods 35 Where to Go 36 Hotels ft Motels 37 Beauty Salons 38 Nursing Homes 39 Gardening & Landscaping 40 Ambulance Service RENTALS 52 Duplexes to Let 53 Condominiums to Let 54 Apartments to Let 55 Furn. Apartments to Let 56 Apartments Wanted 57 Houses, Garden Homes 58 Furn. Apartments Wonted 59 Sublets 60 Rooms to Let 61 Rooms Wanted 62 Room ft Board 62a Share Accommodation PROPERTY 63 Business Opportunities 64 Industrial Properties 65 Property tor Sale 66 Property tor Rent 67 Property Wanted 68 Income Property 69 Commercial Property 70 Out-ot-Town Property 71 Farms for Sole 72 Forms tor Rent 73 Farms Wanted to Buy 74 Cottages for Sale 75 Cottoges for Rent 76 conopCT womeci 78 Worehouse Space 79 Offices to Let 80 Offices Wanted to Let " ef Sfures lute 82 Stores Wanted to Let 83 Resorts 85 Hunting ft Fishing MERCHANDISE Articles: 87 Ski Corner 88 Snowmobiles 89 Snow Blowers 90 Bicycles 91 Comer as 92 Articles tor Sole 93 Articles Wanted 94 Articles for Rent 95 Articles tor Swop 96 Antiques and Fine Art 97 Firewood ft Fuel 98 Market Basket - 99 Machinery ft Equipment 100 Pet Stock 101 Livestock & Poultry 102 Stamps ft Coins 103 Hobbies 104 Boats ft Motors 107 Musical Supplies 108 Radio, Stereo, Television 109 C.B. Equipment 110 Household Appliances 112 Goroge Sales AUTOMOTIVE Autos: 119 Auto Leasing 120 Autos tor Sale 121 Autos Wanted 122 Auto Accessories 123 Sports Cars 124 Auto Parts 125 Motor Sports Events 126 Antique Cors 127 Customized Vans Trucks: 129 Trucks for Sale 130 Truck Bodies 131 Trucks Wanted Trailers: 132 Motor Homes 133 Trailers for Sale 134 Trailers for Rent 135 Mobile Homes for Sale 136 Mobfle'Homes for Rent 137 Mobile Homes Moved 138 Mobile-Home Parks 139 Mobile Homes Exchanged 140 Campers Post 141 Campers Supplies US Motorcycles for Sale 146 Motorcycles for Rent 147 Scooters for Sale 148 Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous: 151 Garooes 152 Parking sooce 153 winterizing REAL ESTATE 157 Houses for Sale 158 Real Estate Services 159 Condominiums 160 Furn. Houses to Let 161 Furn. Hses. Wonted to Let 162 Houses Wanted to Let 163 Houses Wanted to Buy PERSONALS 175 Learning Exchange 176' Personal Memos 177 Transportation Available 178 Transportation Wanted 179 Comps Boys ft Girls FINANCIAL 185 Financing 186 Money Wonted 187 Money Available 188 Mortpooes 189 Investments 190 Patents ft Copy EMPLOYMENT 739 Office Help 740 Restaurant-Hotel Help 241 Help Wonted 22 Salespersons ft Agents 243 Positions Vocont , -244 Professional Services ' 246 Hospital Help Wanted ' 247 Employment Wanted .248 Domestic Help 248a Domestics Available ' 249 Teochers wanted 250 Tuition . 251 Trade Schools 252 Baby Services 253 Day Care Centres ; MISCELLANEOUS 3M Leool 261 Auctions 300 "At Your Service" Journal Box Replies C- 7S 777 781 85 120 M 870 982 Ml 9M D I6 38 40MS3MC2 89 73 N II HIS 141 144' 1SI 154 174 180 IN IU 207 214 221 224. 227 Z2t 238 Resiles mailed Mir. It; U7I PV C- 280 201 m XH t HI Births New Parents announce your Baby's Births in THE JOURNAL Free for 3 Days Phone 563-3711 The Journal ad-taker will help you word your announcement ALLEN Cory Is happy. excited and looking forward to introducing his new brother T. J. to the gang on Trappist Lane. Tyler James arrived on March 29, 1978 at 7:25 p.m. weighing in at 8 lbs. 12 ozs. Proud parents are Glen and Ann (Strathdee) of Orleans. Proud grandparents are Sidney and Dorothy Allen and Hugh and Winnie Srathdee of Montreal. Our thanks to Dr. Beresford and caseroom staff of Ottawa Civic Hospital. ARTELLK Claude and Mi chelle thank God for the safe arrival of their second son, Denis, a brother for Patrick, born March 31, 1978, weighing 7 lbs. 12 oz. Special thanks to Dr. McPhedran and caseroom staff-at-4he-OHawa Civic Hospital. BILOW Don and Debbie thank God for the safe ar-. rival of their second son, Jason, a brother for Jef-fcry, born March 27, 1978 weighing 7 lbs. 12 ozs. Special thanks to Dr. Hulley and caseroom staff. BRADFIELD Bob and Jane! (nee Simmons) are pleased to announce the birth of Pamela Dawn on March 30, 1978 at the Grace Hospital. CARSCALLEN On Friday, March 31, 1978 at the Riverside Hospital to Elizabeth (nee Mitchell), wife of William E. Carscallen a son. CONGRATULATIONS, from Mothcrcraft to new parents and babies. CONNORS-BANKS Mi chael and Judy announce the birth of their first, Jil-lian Frances, March 28, 1978. First Grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Connors, of Ottawa and Mr. and Mrs: James Banks, of Chateauguay, Que. First great-grandchild for Mrs, Eleanor Gee, of Ottawa and Mrs. Mae Robinson of Sault Sle. Marie, Ont. COPELAND Richard and Cheryl (nee Jones) happily announce the birth of their first child, a son, Bradley Ryan, 8 lbs. 4 ozs., March 30, 1978 at North York General Hospital, Toronto. Proud grandparents Ed and Gwen Jones and Mrs. Pearl Copeland all of Ottawa. FRECHETTE Roily and Susan (nee Mack) are happy to announce the arrival of their first sons, twins, 6 lbs. 2 ozs. and 6 lbs. 4V4 ozs. on March 24, 1978. Special thanks to Dr. W.P.E. Paterson and Grace hospital staff. GHATTAS Emlle and Mar-lene proudly announce the arrival of their daughter, Melissa Alalna, On March 30, 1978, at the Grace Hospital, weighing 7 lbs. 8 ozs. Special thanks to Dr. Gillespie, Dr. West and case-room staff. HOPPS Don and Diane (nee Last) are proud to announce the arrival of Stephen Michael, S lbs, 9 ozs., on March 25, 1978. A new brother ' for Christopher. Many thanks to Dr. Taylor, Lynn Lawrence and Shona Harper at the Riverside Hospital. JUUEN Richard and Ce-cile (Nee Landrevllle) proudly announce the birth of Christine's sister, Cath erine, 6 lbs 8 ozs, on Wednesday March 29, 1978. Second granddaughter for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ju-lien, 7th grandchild, tie breaker for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Landrevllle. Sincere thanks to Dr. J.W. Andrews " and staff of the Riverside Hospital. LEBLOND Michael and Bonnie, (ne Longpre) ar proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Vanessa Catherine-Anne, born March 26, 1978 weighing lb. T os. A. welcomed sister for Serena. Special thanks to Dr. Johrl and the ease - room staff at the Grace Hospital. ' Birth s MOERSCH -r Bill and Vyonne are proud to announce the birth of their baby girl, . Laura-Ann Yvonne Moersch, born on March 28, 1978 at 3: 15 p.m. weighing 7 lbs. 1 oz- Special' thanks to Dr. Wallace and the nursing ' staff at the Civic Hospital. MYRICK Don and Therese are pleased to announce the' birth of a daughter, 6 lbs., on March 29th, 1978, at the General Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Conklin and the wonderful caseroom' staff. NOBBS Jim and Tanya (nee Moss) proudly announce the arrival of a son, Ryan James, weighing 8 lbs. 12 ozs., born on March , 30, 1978, at the Grace Hos pital. A brother for Tara. Thanks to Dr. Burgess and the caseroom dawn patrol. PANAGAPKO Norm and Kathy (nee Krieger) are pleased to announce, the birth of their first child, Kurt Andrew, 8 lbs. 6 ozs., on March 30, 1978 at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Happy grandparents are Mrs, Fay Krieger of Ottawa and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Panagapko of Ottawa. Special thanks to Dr. Howe and caseroom staff. POULIN To Roy and Pal, on March 28, 1978 a little brother for Tracy and Trever, Tash Anthony, at the Grace Hospital. ROACH Joey is pleased to announce the birth of his sister. Crystal Dawn, born MarcF2971978, 8 lbs. 8 ozs. Proud parents Don and Sue (Graham) wish to thank Dr. Beresford and Civic caseroom staff. ROBINSON Mark and Laurie (nee Clarke) are happy to announce the arrival of Jana Cheryl, 6 lbs. 8'A oz. March 22, 1978. Special thanks to Dr. O.B. Wilson and staff at the Riverside Hospital. SELKIRK Daryl and Deanna (Nee Sundstrom) proudly announce the arrival of their first child, Jason Daryl, weighing 9 lbs. 13 ozs, at 7.52 p.m. on March 25, 1978. The first grandchild for Charles and Betty Sundstrom of Montreal and 4th for Lorris and Sheila Selkirk of Ottawa. Many thanks to Dr. Watt and the nursing staff at the Grace Hospital, STEWART Peter and Susan (nee Yorke) are proud to announce the ar- . rival of James Benjamin, at the Ottawa Civic Hospi tal, Sunday, March 19, 1978 at 12: 30 a.m. A new brother for Matt and Robb and sis ter Mandy. THORNTON To Paula and Jim, a second son, Steven Alexander, on March 30th, 1978 in Edmonton, Alberta. Proud grandparents, Pat and Brant Spicer of Carle- ton Place. TOMKINS Brian, and Dianne (nee Longbottom) are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Alyssa Ann, 7 lbs, 13 ozs. on March 28, 1978, at the Ottawa Grace General Hospital. Sincere thanks to Dr. Beggs, Dr. Rogers and the nursing staff. VINER Rlckie Alissa wet comes with love her little sister weighing 7 lbs. 2 ozs., born March 29, 1978 at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Proud parents are Mark and Rhona (nee Ptnkus) Delighted grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plnkus, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Viner and Mrs. Lydia Azi- mov. Journal SutscriptkM Rates SINGLE COPY PRICE Weekdays IS, Saturday 39 BY CARRIER $44.20 a year or 654 a week BY MAIL CANADA Cm month SB 00, tlx months S33 00 or one year $60.00. Saturday only 00 ween, year. OTHER COUNTRIES One month $10 00 or one year St 10 00. Saturday only SI .00 a $82.00 a year. Deaths ALLAN, Florence Hester In hospital on Thursday, March 30, 1978, Florence . Allan, formerly of . Fifth Ave., In ber 84th year, sister of J. Seager and G.T. Allan, both of Ottawa. Rest ing at Veitch Draper Ltd., 451 Parkdale Ave. Service In the chapel Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Interment Hull cemetery, In -the spring. Donations to the Heart Foundation would be ap preciated. an Deaths BARD, Gloria - Suddenly at home, flrivrhursday, March 30, 1978, Gloria Bard, beloved wife of Martin; dear mother of Dawn Robin, Jeremy and Eden; sister of Walter Burkholder, Hamilton. Resting at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel 315 McLeod St. Service in the chapel on Saturday, at 10:30 a.m. Interment Hamilton, Ont. . , BELANGER, Barbara In Aenfrew Hospital, on Friday, March 31, 1978, Barbara Mary Stublnski, age 74 years, wife of the late Del-phise Belanger; dear mother of Leonard, Ti Kirn ins; Jerome, Hamilton; Lloyd, Donald, Beatrice (Mrs. Norman Warren), Margaret (Mrs. Ken Yaka-back), Ann (Mrs. Denis Wright), of Renfrew; dear sister of Martha Belanger, Timmins; Julia Cybulski, Renfrew; Bridget Mulvi-hill, Renfrew; Ignatius and Leonard of Timmins; Phil, of Renfrew. Resting at the Quinn . Funeral Home, Corner of Railway and Xa-vier Sts., Renfrew. Funeral Monday April 3, to St. Francis Xavier Church for Funeral Mass at 2 p.m. Entombment Parish .Vault. BOEGEL, Tracey Lynn Suddenly In hospital on Thursday March 30, 1978, in her 9th year, darling daughter of Terry and Sharon (Avery) Boegel of 2640 Don St., Ottawa and dear sister of Steven and Gary; loving granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Avery of Ottawa, and Mrs. Norma Clarke and The Late Murray Boegel of St. Catharines. Predeceased by her Auntie Janet Avery. Friends, may call at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd. (West of Churchill) from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Saturday and Sunday. - Funeral Mass will be held' at our Lady of Fatima Church on Monday at 11 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. DIAKOW, Cyril At home on March 31, 1978, Cyril Diakow, beloved husband of Anastasia Masley; father of Walter and Mrs. R. Mayer (Nadia); and daughter-in-law Olga; survived also by 2 grandchildren. Resting at Veitch Draper Ltd.,' 453 Parkdale Ave., at Gladstone. Service in the chapel on Monday at 10 a.m. Cremation Pine-crest Cemetery. EVANS, Hester Mary At the home of her son Thorn-' hill, Ontario on Thursday, March 30, 1978, Hester McDonald, beloved wife of the late Allan Evans of Ottawa; dear mother of Lloyd and the late Howard of Kitchener; grandfather -. of . David, Bruce, Stephen, Barbara and Cameron sister of James McDonald, Ottawa and Grace (Mrs, A.M. Sargent), Detroit, Michigan. Resting at Hulse and Playfair, . Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service on Monday at .11 a. m. Interment Merivale cemetery in the spring." Friends may call after 1 p.m. Sunday.' GEDDES, Walter Robert At Tampa 1 Florida on Wednesday March 29, J 978, Walter Robert Geddes, in his 80th year, beloved hus-- band of Margaret Jane Veyell; dear father of Robert of Brampton; William of Ottawa and Mrs. Betty Lee of B.C. Resting at the Morrow Funeral Home, Perth from 7 p.m. Saturday April I.' Funeral services will be conducted in Knox Rresbyterian Church, McDonalds Corners, on Monday April S at 1.'30 p.m. Interment Crawford Ceme tery. J. Clive Weagant Funeral Director EVenfuafly we are a confronted wmYtfie deett) of someone etoee. i oWHcuD Mme a Mm when Tubman's thoughtful, experienced service and a Upoukm concern lor people l rnosf important. Tubman Funeral Honmj OTTAWA e NORTH QOWEfl e CARPI if 1 - if Deatis Deaths GRANT, Gerald Steacy In hospital at Ottawa oh March 29, 1978 Gerald Grant, aged 71 years, beloved husband of JJlllan Booth; and dear father of Nancy (Mrs. William Chambers) and Brian; brother of Lucy Grant, Ottawa; grandfather of Christine Chambers. A private family service was held oa Thursday from the Tubman Funeral Home, followed by cremation. Memorials to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. GRIFFITH, Louis B. Sud denly on Friday March 10, 1978, in Florida USA, Louis B. Griffith, beloved husband of Ethel Griffith, of Kirk's Ferry, Que.; father ' of Enid Johnson, of Missis-sauga; brother of B. L. Griffith, Windsor, N.S.; and stepfather of Mrs.' E. C. Keith, Toronto and J. R. Norton, Chelsea, Que. JOHNSON, RusseU Abbot Peacefully on Friday March 31, 1978, in his 80th year, RusseU A. Johnson, of Thurso, Que., beloved hus- . band of Mary Alice McPherson and the late Ruth' Ann Lippiatt; dear father of Bruce of Aylmer, Que.; Mrs. William Book (Audrey) of Kanata; Mrs. Eric Pollard (Terry) of Mississauga, Ont.; dear brother of William of Ver-cheres, Que.; Lawrence of Ottawa; Mrs. William Carter (Laura) of Atlantic City, N.J.; Mrs. John C. White (Janet) of Niagara Falls, N.Y.; also survived by 6 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild; predeceased by his son Russell and grandson ' Mark Pollard. Resting at Hubert Vil-leneuve Funeral Home, 134 Alexander St., Thurso. Funeral in chapel on Monday April 3 at 2 p.m. Interment in Locharbor Bay Cemetery. In lieu of flowers do- . nations to the Heart Fund. LA BELLE, Hector ' On . Thursday, March 30, 1978, age 78, dear husband of Annette Crete; dear father of Emile, Maurice, Yvon, Mrs. Paul Chevalier (Marguerite), Mrs. Robert . Burge CAerese), of Alpina, Mich; Mrs. Gerard Denault (Pierrette) St. Eustachc; also survived by Stepson Yvon Guindon and stepdaughter Mrs. Don Fenne-say (Uguette); brother of Arthur, Alcide, Wilfrid, Mrs. Gracia Gregoire, Mrs. Emma .Paquette, all of Ottawa. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Directors, 259 St. Patrick St. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 1 from St. Jean Bap-' tiste Church at 10 a.m. In-. terment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. McCOURT, Veronica In hospital at Renfrew on Thursday, March 30, 1978 Veronica O'Rielly, beloved wife of James McCourt; dear mother of Marguerite ' (Mrs. Gerald Payette) and very dear grandmother of ; James, Suzanne and Jeffrey. Resting at Fraser Morris Funeral Home, Cob-den. Arrangements later. McFARLANE, Stanley Gerald In hospital on Thursday March 30, 1978, Stanley McFarlane, dear husband of Agnes B. Scott of 292 Bayswater Ave., son . of the Late Mr. and Mrs. Albert McFarlane of Kemptville. Resting Veitch Draper Ltd, 453 Parkdale Ave. Service in the Chapel Saturday at 1 p.m. Visita tion from 2 until 10 p.m. Friday: Interment South Gower Cemetery. - Mr. McFarlane was a past Master of Defenders , Lodge A.F. & AiM. In lieu of flowers donations to the Cancer Society would be appreciated. ' MORPHY, Glenn, Conn Suddenly at his home, 253 I Clemow Ave., Pembroke, on Friday, March 31, 1978, ' in MS 62nd year, Glenn Conn Morphy, beloved husband of Opal Morphy (nee Doran), dear father of Kathryn, Sheryl (Mrs. Lester Felske) of Pembroke; ' Kirk, David, Ross Morphy, Ottawa; and Dawn, Elise (Mrs. Eric Junop) of Pembroke; grandfather of Jody, Sara; brother Norman Morphy, Ottawa; Jennet (Mrs. W. Hunter), Ottawa; " predeceased by brother Randolph Morphy. Resting at the Malcolm and Deavitt . Funeral Home, 141 Renfrew St Service In Wesley United Church, Pembroke, on Sunday April 2, 3: 00 p.m. Interment at church cemetery. Attend The Cluirch, of Your OlOrOO ': t ' This Sunday . Deaths MURDOCH, Isabella Miller On Friday, March 11. 1978, Isabella Miller Murdoch, dear daughter of the late Walter Murdoch, and the late Ellen McMillan. Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral service on Monday (time later). Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. ' For further Information please call 'Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel at 233-1143. PROVOST, Mrs. Nicole In hospital on Friday, March 31, 1978, age 42 years, Nicole Grantham, daughter of Alma Trembly and the late Lawrence Grantham; dear wife of Harold J. Provost; dear mother of Pierre-" Paul, Marie-Helen, Josce-, lyne, all at home;' dear sister of Mark, of Ottawa; Mrs. Dr. Marcel Yilleneuve (Mariette), of Quebec; Mrs. Jack Hayden (Louise), of Toronto; Mrs. Llliane McGrath, of Ottawa. Visitation after 7 p.m. Saturday at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Directors, 300 Olm-stead St., at Levis, Vanier. ' Eucharistic celebration, Monday April 3rd, at St. Charles Church, at 9 a.m. Cremation ' Beethwood cemetery; STRACHAN, Helen In hos- - pltal on Friday, March 31, 1978, daughter of the late Alexander Strachan and the late Martina Kyle; dear sister of Angus and (Irene) Mrs. Joseph Maloney, both of Sudbury, Ont.; Edgar of Timmins, Ont.; Eldon, Pointe Claire, Que.;' Mrs. Rita McCallum, Thunder Bay; Ray and (Jo-Anne) Mrs. Kevin McBride, both of Ottawa. Friends may call at the McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St. after 7 p.m.- Saturday. Funeral Mass Monday in St. Joseph's Church at 12 noon. Interment . St. Elizabeth's . cemetery, Cantley, Que. in . May. WALLACE, Michael James On Thursday March 30, 1978, James Wallace .of 1660 Walkley Rd., beloved husband' of Mary Helen Halverson; dear father of James; step-father of Ter ! ranee and Garry; grandfather of Tlmmy, Chris, Shawn and Lynn. Friends may call at the Kelly Fu neral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centretown) from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Funeral Mon day to St. Peter's Chapel, for Mass a 1-9:30 a.m. Inter ment Capital Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation appreciated. YOUNG, Group Captain (Dr.) John. D.S.O, M.B.E CD. Died suddenly at his home in Old Bosham, Sussex, England, on March 29, 1978. Survived by his be loved wife Joan Kirchner and daughters Vivien (Mrs Robert Cuthbertson), Vicky and Vanessa. VEITCH DRAPER 'limited ALLAN, Florence Hester DIAKOW, Cyril Parkdale Chapel 1 1 728-4673 VICE & CRAIG Funeral Homes Inc. - METCALFE WINCHESTER CHESTERVILLE The most comprehensive funeral service organization serving Durfdas County and Ottawa- Corlefon. - . 774-2120 One number serves all 3 loca tions FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE Courteous, Efficient ; DEPENDABLE. SERVICE Moderate bates - Since 1938 2334773 984 Somerset Street West HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED ' BARO. Gloria EVANS, Heater Mary .1 MURDOCH kwbeM Mlear . Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 Lost BLACK dine erea. Oenaraw reward. 745- . CAT, oranoewNte. Sunday, March (9, Sumoc-Steete area Reword. 741-1559. POSERMAN mrulra for 1 weeks, mala, blackton. Tattoo OCI2H. Rewma. 737 J7J1 GERMAN Shepherd female pup. March 24. et Notre Dome, Aylmer, S2S reward, ast-wre. ORCY cot, McKeiior Pork area, Rwont y?9-T9w. 3. Saturday, April 1. 1978 5. Lost GOLD Charm broceMs lad Friday. Marck M. at St. Lauranl Shapptral Centra. Oraat nmnuntuf vokje. Reward. Attar i X p.m., 74S467S. HUSKY, olue ova, marine brawn collar wttk. rabble tog, answers to KIMGSMERE ParUra lor. Trail 30. am pair OWI skH. Mut IS", toamar bmdMie m arte-iron Ine en order, a. 6717. LADY'S Qlawat. Glvanchv tramn In brawn Metmi coae. Etwuid. 777 a. LARGE aranoawNta Portion cat Friday. March 17. Hawthorne Ateodowi, immm ok anvwars TO "Winnie . Reward. J5I-1U. LOST Friday Camp Fortune area Awn's wardi kocrtotlan an sack, phone Tzt-sto after :. Lost lodv's otauet wine and green Christian Dar frame reward m- 1425. MAN'S Luclan Plcard pokt watch, ten- flmental value, i . rewora. 729-46). MARCH IS. pretcrlptton tinted lens steel frame ekmet. Embassy Wast Hotel, essential for work, please call 225-5725 otter 4 ar 722-3220 anytime. MARCH 22, ootd Identification bracelet, sentimental value. 71MM6. PAIR child's alaues hi block leather caw, lost Holland, Parkdoia area 729-7215. SATURDAY, Churchill (earth, small black and white poodle type dog. female, pink collar, name Scruffy, poss-Ibfy picked up on Parkway 72KW1. SIBERIAN Husky, female. Rochnter-Preston area 1 white eve. lorn fur. .Answers to Lady, 233-5704. 740-9171. SMALL torn cot, oranoe stripe, white throat. MocLorervO'Connor. 232-9773. TOOL BOX, service repair lost Saturday, Bonk st. Ottawa South. Generous reward. 214-0170. VICINITY Merivale and Morlswt, female cot, white, declowed. 722-1945 otter 5, 739-6222. Reward. WALLET, fur backing, vicinity Woo-rJroffe and Carting, Rick nmsa. YOUR pet may be at Humane Society Shelter. 101 Champagne. Visit shelter to make sure. 24" GOLO link necklace with diamond cut pendant, with pheasant motif, aminos Bridge Plaza. March 22nd. Sentimental. Reword. 711-1144. Found CHARM bracelet. Apply to BOX 0244 Journal. PAIR of sunglasses found on Ski Troll off Moodle Drive. 20-,i2a. WHITE Rabbit, dark mark on nose, very tome. North twoodrorte area. Barr. 72S4I06. 13. In Memoriams BOUCHER In loving remembrance of a dear wife and mother, Morooret LoreeOf wno passed away April X I97S. Sooty missed. Husband and Family. BRADY In fond and loving memory of a dear fattier and grandfather, Lawrence Brady, who passed away April 2, 1959. His life was eornest, his actions kind, A generous hand and an octive 'mind. Anxious to please, tooth to offend, A loving father and faithful friend. Noel. Theresa and Family. CHABOT In loving memory of our father ond father-in-law Joseph T. Chobot, who passed away April 1, 1977. "Gone but not forgotten" Son Bemle, BobM and grandson Richord. CONLEV In loving memory of a dear husband and father Preston Contey who passed awav April I, 1975. We do not need a special day, To bring you to our minds. For the days we do not think of you Are very hard to find Wonderful memories woven In gold, This i the picture we tenderly ho,d. Deep In our hearts his memory Is kept. To cherish always and never forget, Wilma, Colleen, Brent and Blair JOHNSTON Mary D. and Douglas W. In loving memory of our dear parents'. Dad, who passed away April 6, 1945 and Mum, who ioined him April 2, 1969. Softly the leaves of memory Tall, Gently we gather ond treasure them all. Unseen, unheard, they ore always near. Still loved, still missed, ond ever dear. The Family LALONDE In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Luc H. Lo-londe, who left this earth April 1, I960. When we ore oil together. We miss your smiling face, ,' We always talk about you. Wish vou were In your place. We miss your voice, your hearty tough, We miss your loving care. It's a lonely world without you. We miss vou everywhere. Wife and Family LAMBERT In loving memory of a dear husband and father, James Lombert, wno passed awav April 2, 1962. There Is a link death cannot sever. Love and remembrance last forev yvite and Daughter.' LATREILLE In loving memory of a dear father, ComtWe, who passed awav April 1, 1974. . His life was earnest, his actions kind. A generous hand and an active " mind. Anxious lb ptease, loath to offend, A loving father and faithful friend. Son Nat 17. Cemetery Memorials CREMATION I ... :- J ilausoIeum - Inon-dencriunattonal) New friends of Beech wood seek information on Cremation, an increasingly attractive plan for one's final resting place. Here again, Beechwood offers the mo complete and up-to-date service. For information on Cremation please write or phone: ' . The Beechwood Cemetery . 280 Beechwood Avenue, . Box 7025, Ottawa, Ont. K1L 8E2. 741-950 Beechwood' I General Manager would also be more than pleased tp (how you the Cemetery facilities. . THE BEECHWOOD CEMETERY : ' AND CREMATORIUM . -SstVNMiQpa(SaalS7J OtUwM Journal 55 11 In Memoriams LUKE In lovtng memory of o dear husband, . George Trover Luke, who passed away April 1974. Memory drifts to scenes long post. Time rolls an, but memories last; SuntMne passes shadows fall; Love s remembrance outtasts all. Lillian i LUKe " In loving memory of a dear father ond grandfather. George Trevor Luke, who passed away April 2, 1974. t In our hearts your memory Nnoers. , Atways tender, fond and true. ' There's not a day. dear Father, We do not think of vou. Gtynis. Nirmon ond grandson Kevin LUKE In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, George Trevor Luke, who passed oway April 2, 1974. TIM memory taaes and life deoorts You Uve forever in our hearts. Georgina Richord. ond grandchildren Stephen. Christine ond Bryan. MAHONEV In fond ond lovfng memory of a dear father ond grandfather Gregory Mo-honey, who passed away April 2, 1973. It was a sudden parting. Goodbyes were not to be But the memories we have of you . Are locked in our heorts with a gofd- en key. Monica Bev, Date, Shane. Wanda ond -Scoff.---' MALCOVITCH In loving memory of o dear father. Peter David, who passed away April 1, T976. Gone fs the face we loved so dear, Silent is the voice we loved to hear; Too far 'away for sight or speech. But not too far for thought to reach, , Sweet to remember him who once was here, . Anowho, though absent. Is lust os Betty, Edgar and David HORDE NFE LOT In loving memory of my sister, Laura who passed awav April 1947. The years may wipe out many things. But this they'll wipe out never. The memory of those happy days, Which we have spent together. Sister Hilda PARRINGTON In loving memory of a dear son, Jimmy, 5 years old, who went to heaven the first of April 1967. We who love you. Sodlv miss you. As it dawns another year. In our tonHv hours of thinking. Thoughts of vou are ever near. Mpmc ond uoa Paul ond Michael 14. Anniversary Masses SAILBOATS ALBACORES, K0libriS,SK6J, ond Y-Flyer, rioglng, boot repolrs. Hours 8-5. Saturday til noon. Skene Boats Ltd.. 225-0235. 15. Cards of Thanks COLE We wish to express our sin cere mams to Kina retaTives, trienos ond neighbours, for expressions of sympathy, flowers and mosses. Special thanks to Rev. Father Frederic, St. Augustine Parish, poflbearers, Kelly Funeral Homes, members of the National Capitol Runners Association, East Ottawa Lions Track and Field Club, Ottawa Volley Track Club and the Ottawa University Faculty and students of Human Kinetics, in the recent loss of our beloved son ond brother Sean. Robert, Louise and Mark, 17. Cemetery Memorials ANSWERING Your Questions About Cremation WHAT is A COLUMBARIUM NICHE? A Columbarium is an arrangement ol recess niches to hoM cremation ums. Columbarium niches indoors or outdoors. There- are many reasons why cremation Is finding Increasing favour. You are invited to write, without obligation tor our booklet explaining this service in more detail. - PINECREST CEMETERY Two Chapels Non-denominational 2500 Baseline Rd. 829-3600 Crematorium J

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