The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on March 2, 1978 · Page 36
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! i iiejeoiie7ejaa.jiii ! f af W" , ajsjp, own l a mil I i o o i a i i .j a a nttnii I ' oj . ai a; ej n,, ..! mm mil - i 36 Thursday, March 2, CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Vital Statistic: - 1 Adoptions 2 Births 3 Deaths 4 Otxtuarhn 5 Lost 6 Found Notice: 13 In Memorlams 14 Anniversary Masses 15 Cards of Thanks 15a Acknowledgements 16 Funeral Directors 17 Cemetery Memorials - l7o 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 Banauets . Parties 34 Take-Out Foods 35 Where to Co . 36 Hotels & 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 Wonted 57 Houses. Garden Homes 58 Furn. Apartments Wanted 59 Sublets 60 Rooms to Let 61 Rooms Wanted 62 Room & Board 62a Share Accommodation PROPERTY. 63 Business Opportunities 64 Industrial Properties 65 Property for Sole 66 Property tor Rent 67 Property Wanted 68 Income Property 69 Commercial Property 70 Out-ol-Town Property 71 Forms tor Sale 72 Forms for Rent 73 Forms Wonted to Buy 74 Cottoges for Sale 75 Cottoges tor Rent 76 Cottages Wanted 77 Cottage Lots for Sole 78 Warehouse Space 79 Offices to Let 80 Offices Wanted to Let 81 Stores to Let 82 Stores Wonted to Let 83 Resorts 85 Hunting & Fishing MERCHANDISE Articles: 87 Ski Corner - 88 Snowmobiles 89 Snow Blowers 90 Bicycles 91 Cameras ' 92 Articles for Sale 93 Articles Wonted 94 Articles lor Rent - 95 Articles tor Swap 96 Antloues and Fine Art 97 Firewood & Fuel ' 98 Market Basket 99 Machinery & Equipment - 100 Pet Stock 101 Livestock & Poultry 102 Stomps ft Coins " 103 Hobbles 104 Boats & Motors 107 Musical Supplies 108 Rodio, Stereo, Television , 109 C.B. Equipment 110 Household Appliances 112 Garage Sales AUTOMOTIVE -Autos: 1 19 Auto Leasing 120 Autos tor Sole ' 121 Autos Wanted 122 Auto Accessories 123 Sports Cars 124 Auto Parts 125 Motor Sports Events 126 Antique Cars 127 Customized Vans Trucks: 129 Trucks.foV Sole 130 Truck Bodies 131 Trucks Wanted Trailers: 132 Motor Homes 133 Trailers tor Sole 134 Trailers lor Rent 135 Mobile Homes for Sale - 136 Mobile Homes tor Rent 137 Mobile Homes Moved 138 Mobile Home Porks 139 Mobile Homes Exchanged 140 Campers Post 141 Campers Supplies .Motorcycles: 145 Motorcycles for Sale 146 Motorcycles for Rent 147 Scooters for Sole 148 Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous: 151 Gorooes 152 Parking space 153 Winterizing REAL ESTATE 157 Houses tor Sole -.158 Real Estate Services 159 Condominiums 160 Furn. Houses to Let 161 Furn. Hses. Wanted to Let 162 Wonted to Let 163 Houses Wanted to Buy PERSONALS 175 Learning Exchange 176 Personal Memos 177 Transportation Available 178 Transportation Wonted 179 Camps Boys ft Girls FINANCIAL 185 Financing 186 Money Wonted 187 Money Available 188 Mortgages 189 Investments 190 Patents ft Copy EMPLOYMENT - 239 Office Help 240 Restaurant-Hotel Help , 241 Help Wanted . 242 Salespersons ft Agents 243 Positions Vocont - 244 Professional Services , 246 Hospital Help Wonted , 247 Employment Wonted 248 Domestic Help - 28a Domestics Available 249 Teachers Wanted 250 Tuition 251 Trode Schools " 252 Baby Services 253 Day Car Centres .:: MISCELLANEOUS 260 Legal 261 Auctions 300 "At Your Service" Journal Box Repll C 137 (31 CSf M 171 71S TSOl 777 781 782 827 J SSI 871 0 fit tt t!t M Ml M4J D It K 40 M 13 M H (3 M 73 M tl M 112 123 138 HI 143 141 144 U3 lss im is in RepUeri milled Mar. 1, 1978 t ; 4iD- 134 13 151 US 117 1 978 Ottawa Journal Births' BABNETF Jim and Joanne (nee Johnson) are happy to announce the birth of their son Matthew James, ( lbs. 13 ozs., on February 27th, 1978 at the Ottawa Civic. BELLAMY Wilmer and Norma (nee Ennls) are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a son, Andrew George, 8 lbs. 2 ozs., On February 20, 1978 at the G.W.M. Hospital, Perth. Sincere thanks to Dr. R. McLean and the maternity staff. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Bellamy of Clayton and Mrs. Arthur Ennls of Perth. BOULIANE Georges and Paulette (nee Primeau) are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby brother for Maurice and Nicole. Andre Marc, 8 lbs. 7 ozs. was born at 2: 30 a.m.; February 28th, 1978 at the Riverside Hospital. Mom and son are doing fine. Many thanks to Dr. Taylor and the staff at the Riverside Hospital. BRAZE A U Ken and Cheryl (nee Baldry) are proud to announce the arrival of their first child, a daughter Shelley Fern weighing 6 lbs. 114 oz. on Sunday, February 26, 1978 at the Grace Hospital. Proud . grandparents are Ken and Gcrt Brazeau. Thanks to a wonderful cascroom staff and special thanks to Dr.E.A. Deernstcd. CLARKE Bob and Erin proudly announce the birth of a beautiful daughter, Julie Ann, with help from God and some encouragement from Dr. Beggs arrived safely Tuesday evening at the Grace Hospital. We thank all the nurses of the Grace who helped us and especially Dr. Beggs. CONGRATULATIONS, from Mothcrcraft to new parents and babies. CROSTHWAIT At St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, on Sunday, 19 February 1978, to Anne, wife of Mr. : Hugh C. Crosthwait, a daughter (Sarah Anne). Both well. DELANEY Mike and Audrey (Nee Secber) proudly announce the birth of their first child, Allison Dawn, 7 lbs. 4 ozs. born Feb 26, 1978 Allison and parents wish to thank Dr. Andrews and the case room staff of the Riverside Hospital for their care and kind attention. FLANAGAN Ron and Cindy (nee McKlbbon) are happy to announce the arrival of their daughter, Jennifer Joan, on February 25, 1978 in Vienna, Austria. First granchild of Ed and Joan Flanagan, Ottawa and Mary and Harry McKlbbon, Renfrew. Great grandchild of Mrs. M. McKibbon Sr., Merrickville and Mrs. Erie Kierstead, Frederic-ton, N.B. GALWAY Douglas and Georgina have Just secured some additional Insurance against boredom - a second son, a brother for Devon namely Graham Lloyd Arnold Swanton Galway, 7 lbs.. 10 ozs. born Fvbrury 25, 1978 Grace Hospital. GODIN John and Gael are pleased to announce the birth of Matthew John, born February 21, 1978, at the Riverside Hospital weigh-ing 7 lbs. 6 ozs. First grandchild for Mrs. M. Godin and Mr. and Mrs. D.M. Green-way. Fourth Great Grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Greenway of Deep River. GUTTENBERGER Wolfgang and Lcentje (Grootcn-boer) thank God for the arrival of their first child, a son, Stephen Antonie, weighing 5 lbs. 3V5 ozs., born at the Grace Hospital, February 18th, 1978 at 8:30 a.m. Special thanks to Dr. Bcaulieu, Dr. West, Dr. Kardash, . caseroom and nursery staff. New Parents announce your Baby's Birth tn THE JOURNAL Free ... for 3 Days . Phone 563-3711 The Journal ad-taker will help you word your announcement Births HAMMOND Donna and Bob are happy to announce the birth of their son Jeffrey Raymond, on February 17, 1978. First grandchild for Kae and Allen Mcintosh and first greatgrandchild for Mary and Jim Mcintosh. HATFIELD Pembroke and Linda (nee Cole) are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter Sara Ann, on Saturday, February 25, 1978 at the Wellesley Hospital, Toronto. A sister fur Erin. Proud grandparents, are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cole of Ottawa and Mrs. Donald Hatfield, of Carrying Place, Ont. JOVANOVIC Dragi and Louise (nee Brigden) are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Danica, 7 lbs. 15 oz. on February 26th, 1978 at Stanton Hospital, Yellowknife. LAPP . Stcvan and Jodi of R.R. 4, Eganvillc, Ontario wish to announce the birth of their first child, a son, Martin Calvin Campbell, 8 lbs. 6 ozs., on February 27, 1978 in Barry's Bay, Ontario. MATTHEWS Alan and Janet are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Gregg Alan, 7 lbs., on February 22, 1978, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. A little brother for Paul and a second grandson for Mr. and Mrs. C. Matthews of England and a third for Mr. and Mrs. Hounsome of Ottawa. Many thanks to Dr. Shute and Hospital staff. MAYOH Barb and Rick welcome with love Ro-seanne Margaret born February 22, 1978 weighing 9 lbs. 1 oz. A sister for Cody and Ricky. Many thanks to Drs. Allan, Rogers, case-room and second floor staff at the Grace Hospital. MENCHETTI Ralph and Elizabeth (Nee Clement) are happy to announce the safe arrival of their first child, a daughter on Feb. 26, 1978 at the Civic Hospital. First Grandchild for Jean and Ray Menchetti and Lioncland Harriette Clement. First great Grandchild for Mrs. Glno Menchetti. MORIN Brian and Debby (nee Prest) thank God for the safe arrival of Jason's brother, Trevor Preston, 6 lbs. 11 ozs. on Feb. 28, 1978 at 1:46 p.m. Fifth grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Bert. Prest, of Orleans and second for Mr. and Mrs. Len Morin, of Ottawa. Great grandson fdr Mr: and Mrs. James Morin, Cumberland. Special thanks to Drs. Beggs and Rogers and caseroom staff of the Grace Hospital. PAtJUETTE Marcel and Marie (ncc McGuire) proudly announce the birth of their first child a son Normund Robert Michael, 7 lbs. 7 ounces, 21 inches long, February 28, 1978. At 12:56 a.m. first Grandchild for Michael and Anne McGuire, second for Jean-nine Paquette. Special thanks to Dr. Andrews, Dr. Holland, Mary Margaret Walter, student nurse Kit Ling Lee, und case room staff of Riverside Hospital. PICKERING Darryl William wishes to announce the safe arrival of his new Leftwingcr, Craig Douglas Philip to the Pickering team, 7 lbs. on February 23, 1978. The coach Karen is still benched, but doing well. The Manager Bill wishes to express thanks to Dr. Watt and staff at the Grace Hospital, Ottawa. Other happy team members are grandparents Doug and Helen Pickering, Campbcllford and Phil and Vlda May, Ottawa. ' POIRIER Dave and Lorl are delighted to announce .the 'arrival of their son, David John Anthony, 7V4 lbs., on February 25, 1978 at ' 11:34 p.m. A sincere thank you to Dr. McPhedran and staff of the Ottawa Civic Hospital. . RAMSDEN Wayne and Susan (nee Forsen) are happy to announce the birth of their first child, a son. James Bradley, on February 27, 1978 In Baden, West Germany. REIO Sam and Jeanne welcome with love John Kevin George, brother for lan, born February 28, 1978 at Ottawa General Hospital. Special thank to Dr. Conklin and staff. , RODGER Rick and Judy ; (nee McDonald) are happy to announce the birth of - Jennifer Lynne on Febru-. ary 24, 1978 at The Riverside Hospital. . '' 2. Births and Death 2. Births SABOB John and Nancy (nee Stapledon) are pleased to announce the birth of Holly Kristine on Friday. Feb. 24, 1978 at the Riverside Hospital weighing 8 lbs. 1 oz. Special thanks to Dr. Nuyens. SAVAGE Gerry and Col leen (nee Wight) are dc-. lighted to announce the birth of Heather Mary Margaret, 6 lbs. 11 ozs., on February 26, 1978 at 6: 47 p.m. First grandchild for Mary Savage and Mike Savage and second for Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Wight. Many thanks to Dr. Andrews and the caseroom staff at the Riverside Hospital. SKUCE Jack and Carole (nee Marleau) are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Kelly Anne, on February 23, 1978 at St. Louis de Montfort Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Patry and hospital staff. TBTVIERGE Dennis and Carol (nee Phillips) are : happy to announce the birth of'Teri-Lynnc's baby sister Jami-Lynne, 7 lbs. ll oz. on February 24th. 1978 at the Grace Hospital. Proud grandparents are Pappa and Grammy Thlvicrge of Stratford and Nanny Phillips of Ottawa. Special thanks to . Dr. William " Burgess, Nurse Brenda Hoyson and oilier case-room staff. TRUEMNER Mr. and Mrs. David Trucmncr (nee Elizabeth Campbell) are happy to announce the birth of their- daughter Patricia Elizabeth on February 27, 1978 at the Grace Hospital. WESTWOOD To Peter and Ann (Nee Sutherland) of Vancouver, a daughter, Kate Caroline, 7 lbs 7 ozs on Feb. 22, 1978. 5th Granddaughter for Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Sutherland and 3rd grandaughter for Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Westwood of Yorkshire, England. Special personal thanks to Dr. Brian Ivey and Civic Nursing Slaff. WYLIE Dave and Phyllis . (nee Costain) arc pleased to announce the birth of Tracy Elizabeth on Friday, February 21th, 1978. A new baby sister for Christopher. She weighed in at 9 lbs. 2 ozs. Special thanks to Dr. Johri and the efficient case-room staff of the Grace. Deaths BANNERMAN, Michael Ogil-vie Suddenly on Monday February 27, 1978. Mike Bannerman age 31 years of 987 Pleasant Vark Rd., dear son of Ogilvic Bannerman and the late Rita Lafram-boise and dear step son of Mrs; Sybil Bannerman, nephew of Ted Banncrman, Hamilton and Ross Banner-man of Ottawa. Friends may call at the McEvoy ' Shields Funeral Home 235 Kent St., from 6 to 10 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral mass Thursday In St. Joseph's Church at 12 noon. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery Ottawa. In lieu of flowers donations to the charity of your choice appreciated. BARRIGAR, Joseph At Glcn-Stor-Dun Lodge on Wednesday, March 1, 1978 Joseph Barrigar, of Winchester, in his. 100th year, husband of the late Pearl Elma Suffell; dear father of Ina (Mrs. John Carkner), Ottawa and Ken of Winchester; also survived by two grandchildren. Resting at the Vice and Craig Funeral Home Inc., 505 Church St., Winchester where service will be held , on Friday at I p.m. Interment Maple. Ridge cemetery. 4 w Brian B. Kelly Funeral Director . Wa might Man "nodevato" or "tmmimMs" to one femtfy eouM mean Just the oppewfte lo anoffMr. For thw reason a coefa are fury xpMned and very detat handled by our anowferfoeable profeaetonat toll. a our prMwge to aerve tmmmat In at wefta o4 Of. No one htm ever boon denied our Tubman FuneraljHomet OTTAWA NORTH QOWER CARPI i A ' ; - dm Deaths BRYSON, Frederick G. In' hospital on Wednesday, March 1, 1978 Frederick G. Br) son. age 76 of 1295 Ledbury Avenue, husband of the late Grace Pen-as; dear father of Graham of Ottawa, John of Vancouver, Analhalle (Mrs. James Cosby) of Aylmer and Louise (Mrs. William Midd-lcton) of Ottawa; dear brother of John A. of Vancouver and Mrs. Carman Wood of Toronto. Predeceased by a brother Kenneth; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Stv (centre town) Funeral service Friday in the Chapel at 11 a.m. The Rev. L.W. Cavalier officiating. Interment Beechwood cemetery. BUCHANAN, William Carl Suddenly at his late residence, at Sharbot Lake, on Tuesday, February 28, 1978, William. Carl Buchanan, in his 71st year, beloved husband of Marjorie Crosbie; dear father of James, Sydenham, Mrs. Mary Du-cette, Thomas and Teresa Tryon, all of Kingston; Dan and Dorothy, at home. Resting at the Goodfellow Funeral Home Parham. Funeral Mass will be conducted In St. James Catholic Church, Sharbot Lake on Friday, March 3, at 11 a.m. Entombment in Parham vault. Burial in St. James cemetery, Oconto, in the spring. Resting 2-4:30 and 7-9:30 p.m. CHEVRIER, Harry At Nanaimo, B.C. suddenly Wednesday, March 1, 1978, age 75 years, husband of Mabel Chevrier; father of Paul and Morris and Diane and Debbie; brother of Mrs. Frank Bower (Lillian) and Richard Chevrier, both of Ottawa. Funeral service and burial in British Columbia. CONLON, Nora J. In hos pital on Wednesday March 1, 1978 in her 59th year, daughter of the late James Conlin and Josephine Byrne, dear sister of Marian (Mrs. Gordon Sten-cell) of Peterborough, Patricia (Mrs. Ron Holland) of Scarboro, Harold of Car-leton Place, and Murray of ' Vancouver. Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St. after 7 p.m. Thursday.vFu-neral Mass Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Theresa's' Church Interment St. John's Cemetery, Perth. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society appreciated. DITCHBURN, Edith Myrtle At Parry Sound General Hospital on Wednesday, March 1st, 1978. Beloved daughter of the late Arthur and Ellen Ditchbum and dear sister of Muriel Ditch-bum of Ottawa and John of Orrvllle. Resting in the Logan Funeral Home, 81 . James Street, Parry Sound. Service in the chapel on Friday, March 3rd at 11 a.m. Interment Hillcrest Mausoleum, Christie Memorial cemetery in the . spring. DUROCHER, Mary At her home In Fort Coulongc, - Que., on Wednesday March 1, 1978, Mary Porter, age 82, beloved wife of Alderic Durochcr, dear mother of Emily (Mrs. Irvln Cahill) Campbells Bay, Gabriello (Mrs. Arnold St: Germain) Ottawa, Hazel (Mrs. Gerard Dupuis), Mrs. Theresa - Skripsky, Jean (Mrs. Edwin Ward) all of Fort Coulonge and Marshall of Val D'Or, Que, lovingly remembered by 15 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Resting at the Ringrose Bros. Funeral Home, Fort Coulonge, Que. Funeral Saturday March 4, 1978 to St. Peter's Church, Fort Coulonge for Mass at . 10 a.m. Interment in the Parish Cemetery. , EVANS, Christine Sudden-j ly at her home R.R. 4 - Pakenham on ' Tuesday, February 28, 1978, Christine Raycroft,' beloved wife of - the late Richard Evans; - dear mother of Edith (Mrs. . Everett Hewitt), Klnburn, Christabel (Mrs. Aylwln McCaffrey), Woodlawn, ' George Arnprior, William, Forbs, Kenneth andMtnor, all of Pakenham.; dear sla- terof Elizabeth (Mrs. Or-' vllle Peever), Arnprior, 'Theresa Manary, Braeside. Predeceased by sisters Isabel, Helen, - Maude and brothers . William and David, also survived by II grandchildren and 11 great- - grandchildren, In her 90th year. Renting at the Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte after 7 p.m. Wednesday thence to St. Mark's Anglican Church, Pakenham for ser- . vice on Friday at 2: 30 p.m. Interment St. Mark's cem- etery. s Deaths JAHN, Victoria Helena In Arnprior Hospital Wednesday, March I, 1978 Helena Bloedow of Arnprior la her 90th year wife of the late John Jahn dear mother of Magdalene . (Mrs. Leslie Kauffeldt) Arnprior, Amie (Mrs. Duncan Stevenson) California, Reuben of Kin-burn, Doris (Mrs. Clifford Whitmer) Kitchener Ralph, California, Dolores (Mrs. Ron Bed well) Delaware, dear sister of Martha Milner B.C., Dorothy Thole Kansas, Mary Henneberry, Pembroke, also survived by 17 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home Arnprior, until 12 noon Saturday thence to the First Baptist Church for Funeral and Committal Service. Interment Arnprior Cemetery tn the spring no procession to the cemetery. Those desiring may donate to the First Baptist Church Building Fund. LANCASTER, Edgar Gar field In hospital Wednesday, March 1, 1978, Edgar Garfield Lancaster, in his 87th year, beloved husband of the late Lillian Scharfe, 1486 Innes Road; dear father of Weldon, Metcalfe; Eileen (Mrs. Ben Galloway), Metcalfe; Gordon, Winchester; Vera (Mrs. Duncan. MacArthur), Ottawa; Norman, William-sport, Pa.; Mrs. Merle Hudson, at home; also sur-' vlved by several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Resting at Hulse and Playfafr Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service in the chapel on Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Ottawa Carle-ton Lung Association, or the Ontario Heart Foundation. LEMKE, Clara J. In hospital Pembroke, on Monday, February 27, 1978, in her 82nd year. Clara J. Lemke, of 188 Moffat St., Pembroke, wife of the late Wil liam A. Lemke; dear mother of Mcrvin, of Carp; and Betty (Mrs. W. Howell), of Paris, France; predeceased by Clarence D. Lemke and Elaine B. Lemke; also survived by 12 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; sister or Annie (Mrs. Cliff Robinson), of . Waltham, Que. Mrs. Lena Marquardt, of Palmer Rapids; Mabel (Mrs. W. HolU), Pembroke and Leonard of Schutt; pre deceased by seven brothers and one sister. Resting Malcolm and Deavitt Funeral Home, .111 Renfrew St., Pembroke until noon Thursday, thence to Zion Evangelical United Church, for service at 2 p.m. Spring interment in the church cemetery. MacKENZlE, Annie At Ottawa Tuesday, February 28, 1978, Annie McConnell, wife of the late Donald MacKenzie; beloved mother of Rae. Funeral service was held from Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel 315 McLeod St. on Thursday at 11 a.m. Interment Plnecrest cemetery. MARSH, Dr. Thomas L. Suddenly at Houston, Texas on Sunday, February 19, 1978. beloved husband of Kegine Chevrier, dear father of Mrs. Jack Klaassen (Kelly), of Kenmore, Ont.; Jennifer Louise, of Ottawa; also survived by five grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Cremation was in Houston, Texas. Private service and Spring interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa Donations to the Ontario Heart Fund would be appreciated. McKlNLEY, Earle J. On Monday, . February 27th, 1978 at Sudbury Laurentian Hospital Earle McKinlcy age 74, son of the late John and France McKlnley of I'lantagenet, Ontario. He Is' survived by two brothers, Lome of Plantagenet and Gerard of Ottawa. At the request of the deceased the body has been donated for the purpose of medical research and education. Church service 10 a.m. Friday, March 3rd, St. Paul's Church, Plantagenet VEITCH DRAPER LIMITED SCHAflF. CnrtMm M. ' Parkdale Chapel . ' 728-4673 ' HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED ' LANCASTER, Edf)f OarlMd ' MacKENZK. AnnM . ' PRATT, Clwrlat A. RrrcHC, My upemooK Central Chapel West tvhape) 233-1143 728-1761 Deaths PAGEAU, Madeleine (Formerly of Quebec) At the St; Joseph Nursing home in Rockland on Wednesday March I, 1978, age 60 years, Madeleine Moisan, beloved wife of Ferdinand Pageau, of Ottawa, (Director of International Postal Affairs) dear mother of Jacques, Louis, at home. Visitation at The ' Racine Robert and Gauth-ier Funeral Directors, 260 Besserer St., Ottawa, (At King Edward) after 7 p.m. Thursday Eucharistic Celebration on Saturday March 4, at St. Thomas Aquinas Church at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame of Ottawa, Parking on Premises. PRATT, Charles A In hospital March 1, 1978, Charles A. Pratt, beloved husband of Sally Dlonne; brother of Helen, Marjorie and Donald Pratt, all of Toronto. Friends may' call at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel. 315 McLeod St.. after 7 p.m. Thursday and 2-10 p.m. Friday. Service at St,-Aidan's Anglican Church, 955 Wingate Drive on Saturday at 10 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation would be appreciated. RITCHIE, Mary Lippincott Mary Lippincott Ritchie, the beloved wife of Roland A Ritchie and mother of Elizabeth S. Ritchie, died at the Ottawa General Hospital on Tuesday Feb. 28, 1978 after a long illness. The funeral service will be held at St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, McKay St., Ottawa on Friday, March 3, at 3 p.m. with Burial at The Beechwood Cemetery. SCHARF, Christina M. Suddenly at her residence on March 1st, 1978 Christina MacLaren, beloved wife of Kitchener Scharf; mother of Hazel Buck, Donald. Mrs. Keith Baker (Anne),. Mrs. Ray Acton (Beverley), Mrs. M. More-land (Shirley) and Howard. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Resting at Veitch Draper Limited, 453 Park-. dale Avenue at Gladstone. Service In the Chapel on Friday at II a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. WEATHERLY, Thomas Ernest Wesley In hospital at Ottawa on Tuesday, February 28, 1978, in his 90th year, Ernie Weatherly of Russell St., Arnprior, beloved husband of the late Violet Woods, dear father of Freda (Mrs. Hazel Wilson) of Klnburn and Stuart of Arnprior. Also survived by 5 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Tubman Kennedy Funeral Home Carp, after 7 p.m. Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 Thursday. Funeral service will be held at St. James Anglican Church, Carp on Friday at 2 p.m. Spring Interment St. James cemetery. WILSON, Alma E. Suddenly at her residence Richmond, Ont. on Wednesday March 1, 1978. Alma Con-ley, age 78 years wife of the late John E. Wilson dear mother of Doris (Mrs. James Donaldson), Eileen (Mrs. Jack Brown) and Eleanor (Mrs. Eric Klrk-ham) all of Richmond. Predeceased by son Sefton E. Wilson, sister of Borden Conley, Gwendoline (Mrs. Jonathan Cathcart), both of Ottawa Glen Conley of Richmond and Hazel (Mrs. Kenneth Hobbs) of Carleton Place; predeceased by brothers Bert and Tommy Conley. Grandmother of Melody and Nancy Brown and Jeffrey and Kim Kirk- ham. Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home 403 Richmond Rd. (West of Churchill) Service, In the chapel on Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment St.- Paul's Cemetery, Richmond. In Ilea of flowers those wishing may donate to the charity of their choice. FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE Courteous, Efflcfenf DEPENDABLE SERVICE Moderate Rales - Since f 938 233-4773 684 Somerset Street West Lost ' BLACK Labrador, malt, tat ftoc. etirf area. Oinrom reward, M BLONDE mxllum tlnd matt aaa part lab. Canal am Firm Avwm era inward, awe. BKOWN M loonM. lone tall wMM bally, mmmi to Skipw to vl- tinny Liirmi proa. na a- ro-i CHAIR. Rocker ond Uc4vleterv kit, foil from truck. Pond (, Manetlck-Rlch- wood. 0tvrfnfttirf, ' ... Lost DOG. Sauto HIM. mliMl tmmmlL aondV color. vnoMlah. parky aars. curly wMtt ttoood toll. Reward 214-14. " FEMALE Irlih Stttwr ki Mm fMnfrow area, aeon on mm Mnd tao. 1100 reward. 6I1-U2-066 itanfraw. : FIV6 vaaroM only child in Avlmar tot oanonol oat and friend on Fab. W. . A DM) brovm tootled tomato GCKMAN SHORT HAIR POINTER. Alter . eM- HANSON AvarrH ski boah) (took vei-kw). tool In Eaetweh, PorkMe lot, Friday 17, reward- ew-WM. HUSKY, white, mala, one block eve. Keworq. nqzoDawo, m-oa-wjj. - OTTAWA aokl hranrti I lover's knot), dkenond and red ttunet. ejroat sentimental value. Generous reward m-7ZK. oner a.m. IRISH Sorter, female, lo months. Lost BrekevkfgeLuekvflle area. 4SS-WW. LADIES Butovo watch. Snapper's city west. Reward, .ett-sut. MAGGIe. Mock and tan. femote Gar. eat Setter, tattooed. 4 years, sandy Hill, reword. 2M-H9. MALE cot S months, black and white. vicinity Notre Dame Orleans, at- PAIR of lady's ton coloured shoes, sin ... n us.n. wut UXMe IMW, VAB f iny una r-resron, Bo-looy OTTOr s. PUBLIC Library books. ScMdrlooe - St. Laurent, Monday Feb. V. 740414. RED FOX MITT. Bavsnore, Friday. 20-2004. , R E O Tool box Including tull set of tools and von meter an Rood 4 between North Cower and Smiths Foils. February 15, ns-1042. RING, diamond engagement, solltcera tn gotd setting, Februory 11. 5W-2705. SHEPHERD and Collie mixture., s months old. wearing a red collar, venter, 74VSM0. SMALL leather purse, contains valuables. Woodrofte Campus. It found contact 2244492. WALLET. Centre town. Tues. Please, return Important contents 234-9401. YOUR pet may be at Humane Society Shelter. 101 Champagne, visit shelter to make sure. 6. Found Gl RLS clothing ttxmd In bag m front of Cap. cm on Rkfeau. 233-U69. GOALIE'S glove found River Rood, Vanler, Thorsoov. Februarv 23rd, 749- tm.. HOUND black and Ton. area, U6-4906. SCARF, Corner Laurier and Chapel. 236-4324. SMALL mate dog, Carlsbad Spring, bfocfc, white and brown, 822-1008. 13. In Memoriams DEAVV In loving memory of a dear sister and aunt, Mav Deaw, who passed away so suddenly March 7. 1974. Always remembered. Brother Albert and Fomily. KENNELLY In loving remembrance of o dear wife and mother , Anita Kennedy, who passed away March 2. 19M. Loving and kind In all her ways. Upright and lust to the end of her days. Sincere and true, in her heart and mind. Beautiful memories she left behind. M.V. and Blair Kennedy. MORRIS In loving memory of o dear brother and uncle Lorn who passed away March 2. 1971. Nothing can ever take away The love o heart holds dear. Fond memories Itnger every day, Rembrance keeps him neor . The Family MORRIS In loving memory of a dear husband and father Lornc. who passed awav March 2. 1974. Till memory fades and life departs You live forever in our hearts. Dorothy. Lorne Jr.. and Wendy. PHILIPPE in loving memory of a dear grandfather Em lie Philippe who poised away March 2. 1977. . No farewells were spoken And no time to soy goodbye You were gone before we knew it And surety God knows why It broke our hearts to lose you But you didn't go okme For part of us went with you The day God colled vou home. Tina ond Eric PHILIPPE In loving memory of a dear tamer Emile Philippe who passed away March 2, 1977. Gone are the dovs we used to share But In our hearts vou ore atwavs there The aotes of memory never close We miss vou more than anyone knows. With tender love ond deep regret Those who toved you. will never tor-get. Lor no. Maggie and Robert. ROBILLARD In loving memory of a dear husbend-and father, Leonard, who passed away March 2. 19A9. The years are aulckly passing. Though still we can't forget. For In the hearts that love him, - His memory lingers vet. Loving wife May and doughter Lilly 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED OUR BUSINESS IS - ' GROWING . . . FOR YOU 737-0750 32. Gourmet Dining ' AUTHENTIC Sechaun style Chinese food. To Tung Restaurant. 746-7784.' CHEF Pierre. French cuisine, weekend oroanist. Marcel Lorortune lor corv atmosphere 7S3 Montreal Rd. 745-MS1. ; L'AUBERGE du Bon Sourlre, 141 .Laurier Ave. East. Ottawa's orlglnol French Canadian cuisine ond Ottawa's only wine cellar. Reservations. 2XS- 4771. j SORENTO Italian cuisine. Delicious, priced lust right, 124 EtpHi. 234-7OT6. 37. Beauty Salons EXPERIENCED BARBER required. 233-2)02. otter 6:30 p.m. S2J057. 38. - Nursing Homes BEAUTIFULLY renovated retirement ' home has very pleasant occommooo-hom and homey ofnosohere In Glebe. 24 hour care. 234-CT0, SHEFFIELD House. Retirement Home. KernptvtHe. E leoont but homey. 113 dolly. 25Het. 52. Duplexes to Let CENTRE town, beautiful tv i onuvulod 2 bedroom apt. March I. $360. 234-19)0 or aM-esa. MARCH 1st. lower heated duplex, 344 Preston Street. 232-0442 ofter 1:30. MODERN I bedroom, main level duplex, heated, stove, retyiaerotor, washer, dryer. 1370. 72-P71, 020-0103. RICHMOND Vlkjoe, ipodous 1 year old ranch style upper unit. Sett con tained 1 bedroom, futtv equipped, no pets. Pts. 030-rwi. WEST END. i dtne kitchen eojufoped heated hydro, orlvewov. ftXtt. Avofiaw i Mo pets. 7373. AdulU 2 I BEDROOMS ovollable April I, ; eosjlppod, carpettno throughout, excellent view, close to aH faculties, ins, unheated, 77 io74 01 FLORA Street, toroo bedroom oportmonf with bastonyJOrovet floor odor OaHllna modern bothroom xyutppedf clean Ond qulet fetaronoift - i

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