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30 Monday. January CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ANNOUNCEMENTS' 1 Adoptions 2 Btrths 4 OblliKiriei 5 tost 1 6 Found 13 in Memortoms ,14 Annlversorv Mosses ,15 Cords of Thanhs 15a Acknowledgements 16 Funeral Directors 17a Cemetery Lots Ifi Societies 4 Lodges 19 Churches 1 21 Cemeteries 29 Druggists Ooen 5undav 29a Druggists Open Monday Services: 30 Service Stations 32 Gourmet Dining 33 Banquets Parties 34 Take-Out Foods 35 Where to Go 1A HAlcIt JL MrrtpK 37 Beauty Solons 38 Nursing Homes 39 Gardening Lomhcoping- 40 Ambulance Service RENTALS 52 Duplexes to Let 53 Condominiums to Let 54 Aportments to Let 55 Furo. Apartments to Let 56 Apartments Wonted 57 Houses, Garden Homes 58 Furn. Aportments Wanted 59 Sublets 60 Rooms to Let 61 Rooms Wonted 62 Room Board 62a Share Accommodation PROPERTY 63 Business Opportunities 64 Industrial Properties 45 Property tor Sate 66 Property tor Rent 67 Property Wanted 68 Income Property 69 Commercial Property 70 Out-ot-Town Property 71 Farms tor Sale 72 Farms tor Rent 73 Farms Wanted to Buy 74 Cottages for Sale 75 Cottoaes tor Rent 76 Cottages Wanted 77 Cottage Lots tor Sale 78 warehouse Space 79 Offices to Let 80 Offices Wanted to Let 81 Stores to Let 82 Stores Wanted to Let 83 Resorts 85 Hunting Fishing MERCHANDISE Articles: 87 Ski Corner 88 Snowmobiles 89 Snow Blowers 90 Bicycles 91 Cameras 92 Articles tor bote -93 Articles Wanted 94 Articles tor Rent 95 Articles tor Swap 96 Antiques and Fine Art 97 Firewood Fuel 98 Market Bosket 99 Mochinery Equipment 100 Pet Stock 101 Livestock Poultry' 10? Stamps Coins 103 Hobbies 104 Boats Motors 107 Musical Supplies 108 Radio, Stereo. Television 109 B.

Equipment 110 Household Appliances 112 Garage Sales Journal Subscription Ratts SINGLE COPY PRICE Weekday ISC, Saturday 35 BY CARRIER $44 20 a year or 85 a week BY MAIL CANADA bf month S6 00. tnowhfc $33 00 o4 omj yi-ji $0 00 Saturday only tUC wi-ek. $3t 20 a year OTHER COUNTRIES Ot monTh $10 CO Of ont: y.nt SMOOO S.ituidjy SI 00 wceK. 4ji' 00 a Journal Box Replies 637 639 6i6 662 6Wi 671 69 ill 71H 7.i0 777 781 782 827 K(9 871 920 966 970 971 982 983. WI 99t 33 38 10 30 51 Replies mailed Jan.

11, 1978 988-99.) C- 32- 33 31 36 Hi 16 18 52 57 58 2. Births New Parents announce your Baby's Birth in THE JOURNAL Free for 3 Days Phone 563-3711' The Journal ad-taker fwill help you word your announcement BAf.t.l.rY, Itoaer and Kay arc happy to announce the safe arrival of a dauch- tcr, Anne Margaret, at (he Civic Hospital on January 12111. A sister for lan. Thanks to Dr. Griffiths and euseroom staff.

-v. CASSIDV Peter and Mon- ique (nee Dinelle) at lonn last are denxmcd to an- nouncc the birth of Kathryn Erin. 4 lbs. 15 at the Ottawa General Hospital on January II, 1078. 12th grandchild for Mrs.

E.B. Cassldv and 15th grand- child for Mrs. A. Dinelle. Thanks to Dr.

E. Jolly and case room staff. 16, 1978 Ottawa Journal 2. Births CAVES Denis and Monlque arc happy to announce the birth of a daughter, at Ottawa General Hospital, January 13, 1978. A sister for Natalie.

Thanks to Dr. Conklin. CONGRATULATIONS, from Mothercraft to new parents and babies. DAVIS Brian and Mona wish to announce the birth i of a son, Barry Ian, a sister for Ann Marie, at the Pembroke General Hospital on December 27, 1977. Thanks to Dr.

Tuttle and the hospital staff. DELANEV Bruce and Brenda (nee Ferrll) are pleased to announce the arrival of their son, Patrick, Jan. 13, at 11:30. a.m. weighing 6 lb.

'4 02. Thanks to Dr. W. L. Sim and the case, room staff at the Riverside Hospital.

FOI'RNIKK Marcel and Mary nce Bebek) wish to announce- the arrival of their son Andre Armand I Alex, on January 7, 1978, weighing 10 3 0s. Special thanks to Dr. L. Deutsch and Dr. Burgess and maternity staff at Grace Hospital.

GIIIB Itogrr and Wythe (nee Jackson) a daughter Taanis Rosalind born January 5th. 1978 at the La-keshore General Hospital, Montreal. HACIIE Martin and Kalh-' leen (nee Grant) Joyfully announce the arrival of their secund daughter, Mary Kathleen Elizabeth at 1:32 a.m. January 12, 1978. Mary Kale is a sister for Laura.

Thanks to Dr. O. Taylor and special thanks to Nurse Butterworth and the caseroom staff at the Riverside Hospital. IIODGINS. Ronald and Denise (nee Tilhoff) are yiappy to announce the birth of their daughter Kristine Denise.

7 lbs. 9 ozs. at The Civic Hospital on January 8th, 1978. Both well. MARSHALL Cy'idy and Bill are pleased to announce the arrival of their new leftwinger Adam George Albert.

Adam was born at Riverside Hospital at Mi pm. January 9. 1978 tipping (he scales at 7 5 os. McDONELL Alex and Betty are pleased to announce the arrival of a son, a brother for Jamie, weighing 7 lbs. 12 ots.

on January 1 1978. Many thanks to Dr. M. I'atry and the Monti-fort Hospital staff. 1 McGARRITY Michael and Susan (m-e-MacDonoll) are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter Kelly Kathleen 6 lbs.

ll'. January 7, 1978. Special thanks to Dr. Andrews and the nursing staff of the Riv- crside MOORHOL'SE David and Shirley are pleased to announce the arrival of their second son. Sciilt Richard.

w'Hghing 7 lbs 4 on January 8, 1978. A brother for Bradley. Second grandson for Mrs. B.M. Smith and sixth grandchild for Mr.

and Mrs. L. Moor- house. Special thanks to Birnbaum and maternity staff of the Ottawa Civic Hospital. I'ARISEAl Carol and Guy are proud to announce- the arrival of their first child, Marianne Christine, born on January 7th.

1978 weighing lbs, i2'- ozs. Granddaughter for Mr. Mrs. C. F.

Hcid, of Nova Scotia and Mr. Mrs. J. P. Pariscau of Hull.

Special thanks to Dr. Roparclia and Maternity Staff at the Riverside. PEAK Grant and Maureen Mice Desmond) joyfully an-nounceihe arrival of their first child a son, Ryan Desmond Robert 8 lbs. 8 ozs. on January 12th at the Ottawa General.

Fourth grandchild for Mr. and-Mrs. J. Desmond of Montreal and thirteenth grandchild for Mr. and Mrs.

A. Peak of Len-noxville. Sincere thanks-to Dr. E. Jolly, and caseroom staff PHILIPPE Wand'a and Art are pleased to announce the birth of a son.

January 12, 1978. a brother for Margaret. Many thanks to Dr. Held and nurses at the Grace Hospital. PIsriTELLI Joe and Margaret (nee Glrourd) are happy to announce the arrival of their second child.

Natalie Marie, a sister for Rlcardo. on Jan. 12, 1978, at Riverside Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Krzanlak and caseroom siaff.

SMITH Johanna Ans) and Ross proudly announce the arrival of Christina Barbara, 7 I on Thursday, 'January 12, 1078 at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Mother and daughter both well. Birth Births TURNEB Bob and Diane (nee Lafrance) are pleased to announce the arrival of their first child. David Robert, born at 23: 25, January 9th In the Grace Hospital. Sincere thanks to Dr.

Beau- lieu and the caseroom stuff. .1 WARREN, John and Na- uine (nee usuany) welcome with love and Joy the birth of their firstborn, a daughter Nadja Rose at Grace. Hospital weight 7 lbs. oz. at 0 p.m.

January 11, 1078. Proud grandparents arc Mr. Mrs. G. M.

UMIanyk and Mr. lrs. Edward Warren of Os-goode, Ontario. Special thanks to Held. Dr.

Dawson and caseroom staff. Many thanks to all concerned. Deaths (Carleton University) In hospital on Friday Jan. 13, 1978 Harriet Alters of 1140 Shilling- -ton dear mother of David. Brian, Dennis, Don and Heather; sister of Mary '(Mrs." Gerard Erkens) and Louise (Mrs.

Fred Mitchell); also survived by 2 grandchildren. Friends may call ju the Kelly Funeral Home, Somerset St. (Centre Town) from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, followed by Cremation. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Soe'i-.

cty, 200 Melrose Ave. Appreciated. Friends will be received at the family resi-dencc after evening visiting hours. BANKS, Annie Gertrude At St. Lawrence Lodge on Sunday, January 15, 1978, Gertrude Lusby, beloved widow of John Banks and dear mother of John Banks Toronto; Mrs.

W. D. Laverty Miss Doris Banks and Mrs. W. J.

Lavier (Mildred), both of Ottawa; sadly missed by eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Johnston and Judson Funeral Home, 68 King St. East, Brockvillc from Tuesday, January 17, at 30 p.m. until Wednesday, January 18, when funeral and committal service will be held in the' chapel at 2 p.m. BAR Tlll.L, Hans W.

G. On Thursday January 12. 1978. Hans W. G.

Barlhol. age 75 of -jay McEwch St. Beloved husband of Tilly Schroeder. Dear father of Myrtle (Mrs-. L.

Laishloy). Sharon (Mrs. W. (i. Strachan), Ursula (Mrs.

II Flux). Deaf brother of Mrs. Grettc Ganser of Germany, and brother-in-law of Irmgard (Mrs. W. Ge.nsch).

Also surviving are 7 grandchil- dren. Funeral Service was held Saturday at 11:00 A.M. in the Chapel of the Kelly Funeral Home 2313 Carling Ave. Followed by cremation. Those desiring may make In Memoriam Donations to the Association for the Mentally Retarded.

BRYANT, Aureola Grace Suddenly on Sunday Jan- uary 15, 1978 Aureola Grace Jackson in her 84th mother of Mrs. Ar- mjiur Henderson (Marion) of Ottawa; and the late Gordon Bryant; sister of Mrs. Edith Sherwood of Edmonton; and Mrs. Belle MacKillop of Vancouver; also survived by five grandchildren and, one great grandchild. Resting lluisc and Playfalr Central Chapel, 315 McLcod St.

after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Service on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Cremation. CAMPBELL, Reverend Father Cyril O.M.I.

In hospital on Saturday' Jan- uary 14. 1978 aged 55 years, teacher at SI. Pius X. High School and formerly of St. Patrick's College, beloved son of Daniel W.

Campbell and Eunice MacPherson of Sydney, N.S.; and dear brother of Donald of Afton, N.S.; Father Dennis of West Bav Road, N.S.; Sis-. tor Mildred, C.S.M. of Lowell. Raymond of Edmonton; Clayton of Halifax; and Carmella (Mrs. James Murphy.) of New Glasgow, N.S.

Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kenf- St. after 7 p.m. Monday and artcr 2 p.m. Tuesday. Translation to Canadian Martyrs Church for Office of the Dead at 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday. Eucharistic Con-celewulion-Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment Holy Rosary Cemetery, Orleans in the spring. VEITCH DRAPER LIMITED SCHOf IELD. Uara Parkdale Chapel 728-4673 and Deaths CAREY, Isabelle In hospi tal on aunuay January 15, 1978, Isabelle Babln, aged 80 years, of 230 Gloucester Wife of the late John Carey; and dear mother of Arthur and both of Jules of Ottawa; Andrew of Catherine's; Ethel (Mrs.

Cy Humes) of Moncton, N.B.; Evelyn (Mrs. G. Lcvas-seur), Mrs. Carmen Bry-son, Theresa (Mrs. L.

Theriauit) and Jeanne (Mrs. F. Legare) all of Ottawa; also survived by a brother Hector Babin of Hull; and many grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home 235 Kent St. after 2 p.m.

Monday. Funeral Mass Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Notre Dame Cemetery.

CLOUTIER, Mrs. Helene In Ottawa on Sunday January 15, 1978 Helene Saint-Denis wife of the iale Edmund Cloutier, aged 78 years; dear mother of Syl-vain of Ottawa; -and Bernard, Petit Village, St. Croix, Suzanne Clou-tier of Paris, France; Mon-iuue Cloutiec of Wakamat-su, Japan: Mrs. Claire Lachance of Ottawa; Mrs. Andree Grenier of Kapu-scaslng, dear sister of Reverend Father Henri Louis Saint-Denis of Montreal; Annette Saint-Denis and Mrs.

Marie Shilllngton of Ottawa; Gabriel Saint-Denis of Montreal: Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthter Funeral Directors 260 Bes-serer St: Ottawa. Funeral Tuesday, January 17th. Eucharistic celebration in Sacred Heart Church at 11 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery- of Ottawa. CORK.

John Olan At the Brockville General Hospital on Sunday, January IS, 1978 -Olan Corr, R.R. 2, Brockvillc. beloved husband of Beatrice R. McKenney and brother-in-law of Mrs. Kulh Snowdon, Brockville; Mrs.

Thelma Kyle and Aired McKenney both of Brockville. R.R. 2 and Lloyd McKenney. Oxford Station, R.R. 2.

Friends will be received at the Johnston and Judson Funeral Home, St. East, Brockville from Mon-. day evening January until Wednesday, January 18, when funeral and committal service will be held in the chapel at 3: 30 p.m. DAGENA4S, Rheal (Ray) At his residence on Sunday, January 15. 1978.

Rheal Hay) Dagcnajs, age 46, beloved husband of Blanche Potvin, of 14 Petty dear brolherW-Etar of Hull: Bruno and Yvette (Mrs. Armand Gervais), both of Ottawa; Colette (Mrs. Yvon Fournel), of Touraine; Carmen (Mrs. Gerry Fortin), of Pointe Gatineau; and Lorraine (Mrs. Gerry Coussineau) of Sudbury; predeceased- by a' oister Laurette Paradis, of Gatineau Mills.

Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset (centre town), after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday to St. Bonaventure Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery.

DCNNIGAN, Orville James Dispatcher O.C. Tran-spo. On Sunday, January 15, 1978 Orville James Dun-nigan, of 17 David beloved husband of Jean Stephens: loving father of Stephen; Jennifer and Shawn: dear brother of Rita and dear son-in-law of Mrs. George A. Stephens.

Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave. (west of Woo-droffe) after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday to St. Maurice's Church for mass at 9 a.m.

Interment Memorial Gardens. Id Memoriam donations to the Canadian Cancer Society appreciated. FERGUSON, Margaret Mary In hospital on Sunday January 15, 1978 Margaret Mary, Campbell In her 06th year, beloved wife of the late James Flnley Ferguson; dear mother of Arlowa and John McLaurin, both of Vernon; Eric of Ottawa; and Kenneth of Edmonton; predeceased by daughter Anne; also surviving nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. Resting at the Vice and Craig Funeral Home Inc. 505 Church Winchester where friends may call Monday from 7-10 p.m.

Service will be held on Tuesday at 3: 15 p.m. Spring burial Sprlng-biU Cemetery. Deaths Deaths F1NDLEY, Allan Edwin Suddenly on Sunday January 15, 1978 Allan Findley of. 286 Iona St. In his 67th year, beloved husband of Verna Annie Craig; dear father of Elaine (Mrs.

W. H. Richardson) of Rexdale, Wayne E. of Downs-view, and George V. of Ottawa; survived by five grandchildren; dear son of Mrs.

Eva Findley and the late George D. Findley; brother of Evelyn (Mrs. George Sherman), Hazel' (Mrs. A. Townson), Bcrvl White).

Gerald and Eric, all of Ottawa. Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home 403 Richmond Rd. at Roosevelt from 7-9 Monday and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Service in the chapel Wedncs- day at 11 a.m.

Interment Pinecrest Cemetery. Those who wish may make a memorial donation to the Ontario Heart Foundation or the All Saints Anglican Church, Westboro." GALLOWAY, Stewart Orville In hospital on Saturday January 14, 1978 Stewart Galloway of Cumberland. Out. beloved husband of Mary Galloway (Ber tram); son of Mrs. Robert Galloway; brother of Walter and Hughie.

and Mrs'. Irwin Deavy (Violet). Resting Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel 315 McLeod St. Service on Tuesday at 1 p.m. Interment Dales Cemetery.

Cumberland, Ont. GAREAU, Mrs. Alfred (Freda Roy) Of 125 Emond Hull, on January 15, 1978 age 91 years, wife of the late Alfred Gareau; mother of Alban Gareau. Mrs. CclleCr; one daughler-m-law Rheona (Mrs.

Alfred Gareau); sister of Lucille-(Mrs. E.A. Boivin), Yvonne (Mrs. E. A.

Wainman). Sister Rita Roy, L'rsullne; one sister-in-law Mrs. -Romeo Roy; also survived many grandchildren and many Cremation Beechwood cemetery. Ottawa. In Memoriam Mass will be celebrated at a later date.

Arrangements by Lionel Emond and Son 271 St. Joseph Hull. 777-1619. GARVIN, Lillian Lee In hospital on Sunday January 1 15. 1978.

Lillian Langdnn, widow of the late Alexander Garvjn; dear mother of Lois (Mrs. Gordon Fowler); sister of Bessie Johnston; grandmother of Linda (Mrs. Don McNaughton), Pointe Claire, cjuc; Glen. Belleville; Laurie, Christopher and Carol, all of Ottawa. Resting at.

Hulse and Play-fair West Chapel. I MM Byron Ave. Funeral Service at St. Martin's Anglican Church. Prince Charles at Lockhart Ave.

on "Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. GOODALL. Mary Ann In hospital on Saturday, January .1 ith. 11178.

Mary Ann Davison of (io Cambridge St. Widow of John Robert Goodall. Dear 1 Kenneth and Lilian (Mrs. Norman Cooper). Also survived by 4 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

Friends may call at (he Kelly Funeral Home 2313 Carling Ave. (West of Woo-droffc) from 2-4 7-9 p.m. Monday. Funeral Service Tuesday in the chapel at fcOO p.m. Rev.

L. W. Cavalier officiating. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery. HARVEY, Wilfrid O.

Suddenly on Saturday January Ml, 1978 Wilfrid O. Harvey former employee of Metropolitan Life. In his 79th ear, dear brother of Des- mond, Gilbert, Mrs. Rita Epton. Mrs.

Bert 'Hranz (Irene) and Mrs. Jack Richardson (Norma). Resting Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel 315 McLeod St. Service on Tuesday at 3 p.m. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery.

HERON, Katie Irene In hospital on Saturday January 14, 1978 of Hunt Club -Oload, In her 83rd year, dear-sister of William Heron. Funeral service at Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel 315 McLeod St. on Monday at 2 p.m. Interment Wood Cemetery In the spring. HUTCHINSON, Rachel Peacefully In hospital on Sunday, January IS, 1078, wife of Norman mother of John.

Funeral arrangements by Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel. For further Information please call m-l 143. Deaths KERB, George In hospital in smitna ails on Sunday, January IS, 1978 George Kerr, former jeweller in Osgoode, In his (1st year; great uncle of William Kerr and Mrs. Grace Noble of Ottawa. Friends may call at the Tubman Cummings Funeral Home, North-Gower 2-4 and 7-fj p.m.

Service on Wednesday, time later. KILBRIDE, Richard George On Saturday January 14, 1978 in hospital, Shawvllle, Que. in his 75th year beloved husband of Irene Proulx, Quyon, dear father of Joan (Mrs. Ray Polosse), Amprior; Norman and Irwin of Ottawa; Evelyn.fMrs. Charles Raymond) Quyon; Edmund, Milton, Ivan, Hellen, Doreen, Raymond, Stephen, Wayne and Vincent all of Quyon; dear brother of Joe and Jack of Quyon; Archie, Arnprior; Pearl, Quyon; Bernadctte (Mrs.

Isadora Proulx) Quyon; Vida, Campbell's Bay; and Anne (Mrs. Harry Prevost) Quyon; also survived by six grandchildren. Resting at W.J. Hayes and Son Funeral Home Quyon, Que. Funeral Tuesday, January 17th to St.

Mary's Church, Quyon for funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Interment parish cemetery. KRIEGER, Wllmcr'Roy (En-gineman CNR) Of.l0u2 llarkness Ottawa who. passed away suddenly at his home in his 49lh year, on Sunday January 15, 1978, belovedhusband of Fay; dear father J)f Kathryn panagapKO. ausan uaynor, Kimberley; predeceased by a son Resting at Hulse and Play-' fair Central Chapel 315 McLeod St.

Visitations 2-10 p.m. Monday. Thence fo the Eraser Morris Funeral Cobden, Ont. on. Tuesday.

Visiting 2-10. Funeral on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Cobden. Interment Lake Dore Presbyterian Cemetery.

LANDRY, Mrs. Lucette On Saturday January 11,. 1978 at the age of 12 of Faubcrt St. Templelnn. Que.

Beloved wife of the late Jo- seph Landry, mother of Lu-. cien of St. Jerome; Hubert. of Limbour; Cantley; Andre, Hull: Richard, Gatineau; Jean of Gatineau: Louise Landry of Templelon; Mrs. Bernard Lachapcllc (ltita) of Touraine; and Pierrette Landry; also survived by thirty-three grandchildren, six greatgrandchildren.

Resting at the Beauchamp Funeral Home Ltd. 77 Montclair ilull. Funeral Tuesday January 17th to St. Redempteur Church at Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Hull. Visiting hour 1-5 and 710 P.M.

LLOYD. Harry In hospital on Sunday. January I.Mh. 1978. Harry Lloyd of 2985' Dumauricr Ave.

Husband of the late Gladys Dear father of Harry and Rose (Mrs. Mel Murell) both of Ottawa. Also survived by 18 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. Friends may call the the Kelly Funeral Home 585 fiomersetSt. (Cenlretown).

Funeral Service Tuesday irt the Chapel at 12 Noon. Hastic officiating. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery. Ll'SK-ROBERTSON, Mary Jane Suddenly but peacefully on Saturday January 14, 1978 in her 90th year, Mary Jane Lynch, widow of William John Lusk, by first marriage and Robert John Robertson by second marriage; dear mother of Cecil and True- man Lusk and Mrs. William Sally -(Laura), all of Ottawa; Andrew Lusk of Aylmer, Mrs.

Charles Erwin (Mary) of Luskville, and the late William Borden Lusk and Hubert Norman Lusk; dear sister of Truemun Lynch of Shawvllle, survived by ten grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfalr Central Chapel 31S McLeod St. Service on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Interment Mohr Cemetery, Beechgrove, Que. MANLEY, Joseph John Of Berwick, Ont.

on Saturday January I 1078. suddenly at home, dear husband of Agnes MacDonald; beloved father of Stewart and Mrs. Jerry Bourtskl (Marie) of Ottawa; Mrs. Germalne Laplante (Darlcne) Touraine; Phillip of Berwick; Donald at home. Resting at Brownlee Funeral Home Finch.

Ont. Funeral Mass Tuesday January 17th, 178 at II a.m. St. Bernard' Church, Finch. Interment St.

Bernard'! Cemetery In the spring. Deaths MARQUIS, Mr. Roger Of 37 snerorooke Hull, on Saturday, January 14, 1978 age 47 years, son of Yvonne Lacelle and the late Eugene Marquis; husband of Muriel Brown; father of Richard and Guy, at home; brother of Claude, of Montreal; Jeannine (Mrs. Re-Jean 1 Chasles), Madeleine (Mrs. Lucien Seguln), of ilull; also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Resting at Lionel Emond and Son Funeral Home, 271 St. Joseph Ilull. Funeral Wednesday, January 18, at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph's Church, Hull.

Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. For information 777-1619. MCMILLAN, Mabel Asnes In hospital on Saturday January 14, 1978 Mabel Agnes Wallace of Chester- ville in her 85th year, beloved wife of the late Charles McMillan; dear mother-T)fIlazel (Mrs. Maurice Beckstead) of Long Sault; Eileen (Mrs. Jack MacMillan).

Doris (Mrs. Douglas Hitsman) both of Chestcrvillc; Clare of Kingston: also survived by eight grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren. Resting at the Vice and Craig Funeral Home Inc. 24 Queen St. Chester-ville.

where service will be Jield on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Grantley Cemetery. MORRIS, Kathleen In hospital on Sunday. Januarv 15th, 1978. Kathleen La-' mont of 99 New Orchard Ave.

Widow of Lawrence Morris. Deap mother pf Gerald of Ottawa. Sister of Dan and Harold both or Ottawa, Anthony of Edmonton and Mrs. Mary Crooks of Buffalo. N.Y.

Also sur- vived by 2 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Friends may Call at the Kelly Funeral Home 585 Somerset St. (CvntreUmn) alter 7:00 P.M. Monday. Funeral Wednesday to St.

Joseph's Church for Mass at 12 noon. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. MURPHY, Mary Elizabeth In hospital on Saturday. January lllh. 1978.

Elizabeth Shaw of Cambridge SI. Widow nf John Murphy. Dear mother of Mary. Also" survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the -Kelly Funeral Home 2313 Carling Ave.

(West of Woodroffe) from 2 5 p.m. Monday. Funeral Tuesday to Our Lady of Fatima Church for Mass at 10:00 A.M.. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. NEALS; Edward James Suddenly in hospital on Sunday January 15, Ed Neals aged years, beloved husband of Margaret Kelly: and dear father of Dnuulas Frederick; and also survived by several aunts and uncles.

Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home 23.V Kent St. after 3 p.m. Monday. Funeral Mass Wednesday at 10 a.m. in, si.

George's Church. Inter-. ment Pinecrest Cemetery. PARENT, Mrs. Fernand On Sunday.

January 15. J978. age 62 years, of I Gar-neau Ilull. Anita Char-ron, beloved wife of Fernand Parent; sister of Damien Charron (husband of Mertil Tourangeau), of Ottawa: Anatole Charron (Ted) (husband of For-nandc Roy). Ottawa: Mrs.

Rodrigue Pottier (Edna). Ottawa: Mrs. Aurcle Barre (Blanche). Ottawa: Mrs. Ronald Cowan (Noella), Ottawa: Sister SI.

Damien (ltita Charron), Sister of St. Joseph, Vancouver; sis-ter-iiklaw of Mrs. Francis Charron (wife of the late Roland Charron) of Ottawa. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Beauchamp Funeral Home 77 Montclair Ilull.

Service Wednesday, Januury 18, to St. Redempteur Cathedral, Hull at 9 a.m. Cremation Beechwood cemetery. PLANTE, Mrs. Edna In Ottawa on Sunday January 15, 1978.

Edna Longchamp, wife of the late Raoul Plantc, age 68 years. Dear mother of Ronald, Gerald of Ottawa: Mrs. Austin Littleton (Jeannette); Mrs. Jeanne Plante, and Mrs. Paul Sabourin (Nicole) of dear sister of Henri of Sudbury; Donat, Arthur and Thcophlle, of Ottawa; Mrs.

Germalne Richer; "Mri. Juliette La-vole and Mrs. Holland Leduc (Laurette) of Ottawa. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthler Funeral Directors, 260 Bes-serer St. Ottawa.

Funeral Wednesday January 18th. Eucharistic celebration at St. Thomas of Aquinas Church at. 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery of Ottawa.

Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciate Deaths ROBERTSON, Lorraine Mrs. Suddenly In Toronto on Saturday January 14, 1978 Lorraine Robertson (nee Matton) age 60 years, dear mother of Miss Lisa of Toronto; dear sister of Or- land Matton of Ottawa; Mrs. Lucille Allan. Mrs. -Carmen Flattery and Mrs.

Thelma Atwell of Ottawa. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier -Funeral Directors, 300 Olmstcad Vanler. Funeral on Wednesday January 18th. Eucharistic celebration at St. Ignatius Church at 10 a.m.

Interment Nutre, Dame Cemetery, Ottawa, ROUTHr Lawrence Mason in nospnai on Saturday January 14, 1978 Lawrence Mason Routh beloved husband of Mina E. Hodgins in his 72nd year; brother of Charles and Inez -both of Ottawa; and Shepherd. Aylmer, also surviving several nieces and nephews. Resting Hulse and Phivfair f'flttral Th-in el 315 McLeod St. Service on Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Interment Beechwood Cemetery. Friends desjring to send a memorial tribute may donate to the Ontario Heart Foundation or charity of their RISSELL, Bill (William) Suddenly in New York City, on Friday, Jan. 13. 1978. beloved son of Pearl and 'the late Joseph Hussell; brother of Jack of Shawvllle, and of the late Mabel llelgesen of Vancouver, B.C.

Funeral arrangements private. SCANNELL. -James Wesley In hospital on Saturday January It. 1978 Wesley Scanncll of Ottawa, beloved husband of Anne; dear lather of Lorraine tMrs. G.

BnuMfield) of "Ottawa; grandfather of Marny (Mrsv David Coles) of Sar-llia: and Nancy (Mrs. Michael Webb) of Ottaua Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home. Richmond Rd. at Roosevelt. Complete service the chapel Monday at 2:30 p.m.

Cremation at Pinecrest. Those who wish may make a memorial donation to the Ontario Heart Koim dation. SCHOFIELD, Leara E. Suddenly on January 1.1. 1978, Leara E.

Poapst beloved wife of Give A. Scllo-field. Resting Veiled Draper 153 Parkdale at Gladstone. Service in the chapel Monday II a.m. Interment Pinecrest Cemetery.

SIIELP. Mcrvyn In Win Chester Hospital on Satur- day. January II, 1978. Mer- vin John Shelp of Russell. Ont.

in his 55th year, beloved sod of Menta and tile late Henry Shelp; dear brother of Iva Mrs. Beulah "McNaughO; Mrs. Wilfred Clark (MarjorirT; Mrs. Waller Dry (Cora); and James, all of Ottawa: Mrs, Donald Graham (Doris). Russell: Mrs.

Jack Donovan (Rosemary). Montreal; Mrs. Bert Hjeldnes (Norma), Courteney. B.C. Resting at the Warner Funeral Home.

Hussell where funeral service will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Spring Interment North Hussell Cemetery VOl'NG, Watson On Friday, January nth, 1978. Watson Young of Begin St. Hull. Husband of the late Germaine Morris, pre-deceased by.

son -D'Arcy. Dear brother of Russell and Cliff both of (ittawa, Cecil of Vanier. Tom of and. Maud (Mrs. Clarence Menniei of.

Clarence. Ontario. Friends may call at the Kelly Fti-neral Home 585 Somerset St. (Centrelown). Funeral Service Wednesday in the chapel at 2:00 P.M.

Interment -Elmview Cemetery, Kars in the spring. HULSE PLAYFAIR LIMITED BRVANT. Auf eoi Oitfctj GALLOWAY. Stuwatl Orvtfkt OAHVIN. Lian two MAftVt V.

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