The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on January 28, 1978 · Page 50
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60 Saturday, January 2. Births New Parents . snnouno your 7 Baby's Birth 'THE JOURNAL Free . for 3 Days ; Phone 563-3711 ' The Journal ad-taker will help you word . your announcement BOUCHARD Kris .and Mike welcome with love their second child, Michelle Maria, 7 lbs. 9 ok., born January 25th, 1978 at 2:02 p.m. Special thanks to Dr. Kronick and maternity Muff at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. BROWN Christine and Laura are pleased to In-' troduce to you their new brother, Jeffrey Bernard Ronald, born January 2511., . 1978. Mum and Dad, Susan, nee Salmon, and Ronald would like to thank Dr. "Mink'lly and the Maternity Staff or the Smiths Falls Community Hospital. CARRIERS Gerry and Donna (nee ' Wright) are pleased to announce the birth of their son Jason, lbs. 6 oz. on January M, 1978. Many thanks to Dr. Befuis and case room staff " at the Grace. CLEMENT A baby brother for Kimberley. Proud parents arc Brian and Jan-nien. Second grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clement and tenth for Mr. and Mrs. George Pansier., at the Ottawa Civic Hospital on January 27. 1978. CONGRATULATIONS, from Mothercraft to new parents. - and babies. CONN Ben and Carole (nee Harty) are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter, Rebecca Ann (Becky), 6 lbs. 8 ozs.. on January 19, 197k at the Riverside Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harty, Renfrew. Special thanks to Drs. Davison, Ruparelia and Alexis and cusp room stuff. DAVIS Bill, Jitl and Alana thank the Lord for a daughter and sister, Juie Ann, 8 lbs. 5 ozs., born January 23, j 1978. Many thanks to Dr. i Andrews and the very efficient caseroom staff at the Riverside Hospital. Dl'FOI'R Armand and I Madeleine are happy to an- 1 noutice the birth of a baby 1 Rirl, Isabclle, weighing 8 i lbs. 4 ozs. on January 11. 1978 at the General Hospital. Thanks to Dr. Bcaudoin and hospital staff. DUPONT Jean and Joce-lyne (nee Boudreault), with great help from St. Jude. are very proud to announce the arrival of their newborn daughter Sunday. Januurv 32, 1978 at 22: M. weighing 7 lbs. 7 ozs. Special appreciation to Dr. Amir Himaya, the Riverside Hospital of Ottawa, Maternity Ward. Nursery and especially the caseroom staff. EAMAN To Jacob William P. (Bill) and Susan Leslie nee Allcoclf at Woman's College Hospital Toronto on Sunday January 22nd, 1978. A son James William Fulton, a brother for Jennifer FARDEN Darcy and Jo-ha n lie (nee Guevreniont) are proud to announce the arrival of their daughter, Natalie Kim. 7 lbs. 13 ozs., Thursday, December 29, 1977 at Almonte General Hospital. First granddaughter for Mr. and Mrs. Bene Guevremont of Ot- tuwa and eighth grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Russell t Farden, Davidson, Sask. Special thanks to Dr. Frank Murphy and nursing staff. FOLEY Brian and Debbie are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Jarrtd Franklin on January 22. 1978. A brother for Kyle. Many thanks to Dr. Held and maternity staff at the Grace Hospital. GALLAGHER Michael and Catherine, (nee Thurston) arc proud to announce the ' safe arrival of Christina Marie, on January 17, 1978. Special thanks to Dr. Turner and the Grace Hospital caseroom staff. GORMLEV Cathy and Mike are happy to announce the birth or a -daughter Caroline sister for Brendan on January Zfith. 1978 In Chicago., Granddaughter for Mr. and Mrs. 4aul Gormlcy of Ottawa. '' HFNDRIKS Lambert and Rita (nee Bouwhuis) are pleased to announce the ; birth of their son, Andrew, 8 ' bs. T om., on January at, 197ft. A brother for Adam and Jennifer. 28. 1978 0fUw Journal 2. Births' B1GGINSON Peter and Margaret (nee Duff) are S leased to announce the irth of their son, 8 lbs. 11 ozs. on January 27, 1978 In . London, England. HILL To Robert and Gail ' (nee Donaldson) at Toronto General Hospital on Thurs- . day, January 26th, 1978, a daughter, Heather. A sister for Jennifer. Proud grandparents are Robert Hill Senior and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. . Donaldson, all of Ottawa. JAMES Unda and D'Arcy are pleased to announce the arrival of Jason D'Arcy on January 26, 1978 weighing 7 lbs. 6 ozs. at the Grace Hospital. A brother for Linda-Anne and Julie. Special thanks to Dr. Held and . the caseroom staff. KERR Gary and Elizabeth are pleased to announce the safe arrival of Richard Lionel, 5 lbs. 10 oz. January 23, 1978 at 9: 58 a.m. brother for Chris and Marrlane. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. Julien of Ottawa and Mrs. L. Kerr of Kanata. LALONDE Jerry and Sharron (nee Wright) are happy to announce the safe arrival of a son, born January 25, 1978, 6 lbs. 4 OZ. A brother for Tina and Nancy. Mother and son both well. L ARMOUR Butch and Susan (nee Craig) are proud to announce the birth of a baby brother for Betsy, Hubert Lester Craig oq January 25. 1978, weighing 7 lbs. 13 oz. at the Grace Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. D. G. Turner and case-room staff. Proud grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Les Craig and Mrs. Robert Lar-mour. LUMSDEN Chester and Doris (nee Mockett) wish to announce the arrival of their son, Kevin Andrew. 8 lbs. 3 ozs., at 9:52 p.m., ' January 2olh, 1978. Many thanks to Dr. Patterson and staff at the Grace hospital. MERKLEY Bryan and Susan are proud and happy to announce the arrival of their chosen daughter Meghan, at 813 Carleton St.. Cornwall, Out. First .grandchild for Angus and . Bemice Kennedy. First granddaughter for Lee and Jean Merkley. METIIOT Arthur and Marie are happy to an-nounce'the birth of a 7 lb. 3 oz. girl, Adele, January 9, 1978 at Montforl Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. La-douseur and staff. NORMAN P.nit and Tamil. la (nee Lcbluitc) are proud io announce me arrival oi Hugh Patrick at I II P.M. Thursday, Jan. 26, 1978, weighing 5 lbs. 15 oz. at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Many thanks to the case-room staff. ' PATCH ELL John and Kathleen (nee Parker) are delighted to announce the ' arrival of Sarah Nancy on January 23. 1978. A sister for Anna. Laura and David. Our grateful thanks to Dr. Schneider and the staff of the Civic Hospital. PATTERSON Keith and Berniie. (Nee Laing) are pleased to announce the ari rival of Amy "Elizabeth. Jan. 24, 1978 at St. Mary's Memorial Hospital. First grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Patterson, Third grandchild for Mr and Mrs. Dean Laing. First great grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Docksteader, Winchester, Ont. RAKOS - Marie and John are pleased to announce the birth of Michelle Louisa 7 lbs. 7 ozs. at the Civic Hospital on January 18. 1978. A sister for Christopher. Thanks to Drs. Osmau, Cook and caseroom staff. SIMPSON Jim and Joce lyne proudly announce the birth of their first son. Christopher Michael Stan ley at the Ottawa General Hospital on January 21, 1978. Weighed 8 lb. 7 oz. TRONSGARD Dean -and Pat happily announce the . birth of their first child Leigh Alexandra, 8 lbs 8'? ozs. at 3.22 A.M. Jan. 19, 1978. Special thanks to Dr. Schneider and case room staff at The Ottawa Civic Hospital, and Linda Smith of O.H.C.E.A. TUNICS Mission accom pllshed! After a full 28 hours of labour, Stephen and Jane Tunks (nee Pana sluk) are hanov to an nounce the arrival of their new son Jason Taylor Tunks, bom at the Civic Hospital Saturday, January 21, 1978 weighing S lbs. 15 ozs. . The proud grand parents are Mrs. Monique Panasluk and Mr. and Mrs. Royston , Tunks. Proud great grandparents are Mr. Leonard Mayer and Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor. Many thanks to the case room start for all tneir assistance. . . Births WATER George and Pat (me Sinclair) are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, weighing 6 lbs. 8 ozs. at the Lakeshore Hospital, Montreal, on January 26, 1878. A NEW MOTHER NEEDS REST So the most appreciated gilt to her is a diaper service Gilt Certificate from .. OTTAWA DIAPER SERVICE 770-1543 770-1544 White. Soft. Sterile Journal Subscriytiea Rates SINGLE COPY PRICE Weekdays 15. Saturday 35 BY CARRIER $44.20 a year or 8S a week BY MAIL CANADA One month S6 00. six months S33.00 Of ono year toO.OO. Saturday only 60-a week. $31 20 a year OTHER COUNTRIES One month S10-00 or one year $1 10 00 Saturday only $1 00 a wm. $52.00 a year. , Deaths BENNETT, Francis In 01-tawa hospital Thursday January 26, 1978, William Francis Bennett, beloved husband of Ruth Pearl Rof-fey. in his 67th year, beloved father of Mrs. R. Beauchamp (Lillian) of Valcartier, Que.; and Mrs. Brian O'Shea (Gall) of Renfrew; and Gary of Calgary. Resting at (he Cochrane Anderson Funeral Home. Renfrew for service in the chapel Monday, January 30 at 2 p.m. Spring burial in Horton cemetery. Those desiring may donate to the Kidney -Foundation or Diabetic Association. CAILUER, Mary Lnretta January 27, 1978, Mary Brennan.age81 years, wife of (he late Oscar Cailller, mother to Eldridge. Robert, Arnprior. Gerald, Renfrew; Shirley (Mrs. James Anderson), Greely; June, Cornwall; Rosemary (Mrs. Eric Garbett), Ottawa: sis ter to Hilda (Mrs. Marley Macintosh I, Perth. Resting at the Smith Funeral Home Mi John St. Arnprior. Funeral Monday to St. John Chrysostom Church for funeral mass- at 10 a.m. Entombment Municipal vault. COLLINS, Dudley Stradllng At Ottawa on January 2i, 1978. dear husband of Margaret Louise Russell; beloved father of Stephen and Louise (Mrs. Gary Davies); grandfather of Sara. Robin and Jesse. Memorial service will be held at St. Philip's Church, Montreal West Monday, January 30 at 2:30 p.m. Memorial donation to the V.O.N.. & Blackburn Ave. Ottawa would be gratefully acknowledged. COONEV, Frank In hospi tal 00 Friday, Jan. J7, Frank Cooney, beloved hus'-band of Maude Mole, in his tilth year, father of Mrs. Rod Burgess (Grace) and - Mrs. Tim Kennealy ( Linda I both of Ottawa; Mrs. Roy Carstesen (Frances) Oxford Mills, Ont.; Paul and Peler of Embrun. Ont.; also surviving 10 grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfalr. Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service private on Monday. Cremation Bccchwood. Friends may call from 2 to 10 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Those desiring to send a memorial tribute may dor nate to the Charity of their choice. ' CRONSBKRRY, Marlon , Peacefully- In hospital on Thursday, January 26, 1978, Marlon McLeod, 88 Waver-ley St., widow of Phillip Cronsbcrry. In her 93rd year; dear mother of Alex, Victoria, B.C.; Mrs. F. L. Turner (Marion), Mrs. U II. Murphy (Betty), and the late Alice, all of Ottawa; also surviving five grandchildren. Funeral service was held from Hulse and Plovfair, Central Chapel, VH5 McLeod St. on Saturday at 9: 30 a.m. Interment Pin-ocrest Cemetery. Those desiring to send a memorial tribute may donate to the Crippled Children's Fund, Rotary Club, Chateau Laurier, Ottawa. ERASER, Dougal C In hospital Arnprior on Friday January 27th. 1978 In his 77th year. DougaTC. Fraser of White Lake, son of the late Daniel Fraser and Maude Cunningham; beloved father of Michael, White Lake; and Karen (Mrs. Donald Scheel), Arnprior; dear brother to Andy, Alex, Harry, Nelson . and Mary (Mrs. Gib Bennett). Survived by I grandchildren. Resting at the , Boyce Funeral Home, Am-, prior. Service in the chapel Monday at 1 p.m. Entombment White Lake Cemetery. 2. Births and Deaths Deaths OOCKSTEADER, Roy Samuel - At his residence R.R. I Winchester, Ont., on Thursday, January 26, 1978, Roy Samuel in his 82nd year, beloved husband of Ethel Wilson; dear father of Lillls and her husband Charlie Patterson; Carl and his wf fe Joy; Glenn and his wife-AvIe; Audrey and her husband Keith Last; also survived by 14 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Resting at Vice and Craig Funeral Home Inc., 505 Church St., Winchester Ont. Funeral to be held on Saturday, January 28, 1978 at 2: 30 p.m. Interment Maple Ridge ceme- tery. HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED . MAYOR Florence Get trude COONEY; Frank Central Chape! 233-1143 West Chapel 728-U61 People Helping People J.A. (Joe) Tubman Funeral Director, Tubman Funeral Home Ottawa Brian B. Kelly Funeral Director R. B. (Rob) Lavern Funeral Director Tubman-Cummings 1 Funeral Home North Gower ( J. Clive Weagant Funeral Director . Tubman Funeral 1 Homes OTTAWA NORTH QOWER s.CARP Tubman-Kennedy Funeral Home - Carp v J i sis A Jjj Death GAGNON..Mrs. Ceclle it. Ottawa on Thursday, January 24, 1878 Ceclle Gar . neau, age 52 years, beloved wife of Paul Gagnon; beloved daughter of Edmond Garneau Sr. of Aylmer, dear mother of Mrs. Merle Colford (Diane), Brant-ford; -Miss Nicole Gagnon, of Cumberland; dear sister of fcdmood Garneau, of Aylmer; Mrs. Pat Quesnel (Jacqueline), Mrs. Harry Mace (Laurette), Mrs. Aurele Lolselle (Fleurette), Mrs. Lome Amo (Fran), of Ottawa; Mrs. Roger Beaulne (Relna) of Brantford; also survived by three grandchildren Mike, Cheryl and Cindy. Resting at Racine Robert and Gambler Funeral Directors, 300 Olm-stead St., Vanier. Funeral Monday, January 30. Eu-charistic celebration at Notre Dame de Lourdes Church, Vanier, at II a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Ottawa. - GOODFELLOW, Jessie Ann -In hospital In Almonte on Thursday, January 26, 1978 Jessie Ann MacGregor of Almonte in. her 77 year, predeceased by dear husband Thomas H. Stewart 'and the late jack Sninks and beloved wife of Victor' Goodfellow; dear mother of Mrs. Howard . Dransfleld . (Hazel) of Almonte and Cyril Edward Stewart of Brockville; dear sister of James and Charles, both of Almonte, Mrs. Mel Harrison (Mildred), of Picton; Mrs. Gordon Dupuis (Myrt- ' le) and Mrs. George lllings-worth (Ida), both of Arnprior and Mrs. Clifford Waugh (Violet) of Carleton Place. Resting at the Gamble & Comba Funeral Home, 127 Church St., Almonte, where service will be held on Saturday at 3 p.m. Rev. II. 'Brown officiating. Spring interment St. Paul's Anglican cem-lery. INGLIS, Edward, former owner of Capital Coach Line - In hospital on Friday, January 27, 1978, Edward Inglis age 69, Prcscott Highway, beloved husband of Jane Hyderman: dear father of Douglas and Don- - aid; dear brother of Russell, Doug, George, James, Andrew, Charles. Ineg (Mrs. Walton Benham) Clara (Mrs. Ross Allison), Charlotte (Mrs. Charlie Fatt) and Margaret (Mrs. Frank Small). Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Car ling Ave. (west of Woodroffe) after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral service Monday In the chapel at 2 p.m. Rev S.- Hastingsnffi-ciating, fullowed by cremation. KEAl.EY. John T In hospital on Friday Jan. at. I97H. John T. Kealey, formerly of Venosta, Que., husband of the late Catherine Coyle, dear father of Wilfred, of Kingston: Vincent and lleana (Mrs. T. Gleason). both of Ottawa: and Hazel . (Mrs. Fred Kealey) of Venosta; dear brother of Lilly (Mrs. George Burns), of Ottawa; also survived by 22 grandchildren and K great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home. 5K5 Somerset St. (Centrelown). Funeral. Monday to Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Venosta for Mass at 10 A.M. Interment St. Martin's Cemetery, ' Martindale, Que. LEPINE, Charles Eugene (Gene) Of 232 Slewart St., Ottawa, on Friday January 27, 1878, age 79 years, he was employed at the Department of Finance for over -12 years, beloved hus- ' band of Berthe Rochon; leaves one daughter, Pau-lette, of Ottawa: five sons, Gerry, of Vanier; Raymond, Jean Claude, of Ottawa; Robert and Richard, of Gatineau; 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren; six sisters. Miss Louise Lepine, Mrs. Blanche Dufresne. Mrs. Florence Mallette, Mrs. Juliette Gauthier and Mrs. Emma Gawn. all of Ottawa; Mrs. Roliert Champagne (Gabrlelle), of Hull. Visitation at Racine. Robert and Gauthier Funeral Directors, 260 Besserer St., Ottawa after 1 p.m. Saturday. Eucharlstic Celebra tion on Monday January 30 at sacred Heart Church at 11 a.m. Interment 'Notre Dame of Ottawa. Parking on premises. McCARNEY, Margaret M., T.O.S.M. In hospital on Thursday, January 26, 1978, formerly of College Ave., daughter of the late Cornelius (Nlel) McCarney and Catherine McKeown. Friends may call at the , McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St., after t p.m. Friday. Funeral Mass Saturday at 10 JO a.m. In St. Joseph's Church. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. 3. Deaths MAYOR, Florence Gertrude In hospital on Friday, ' January 27, 1978, Florence Gertrude Parkes, beloved wife of John -Mayor; dear mother of Mrs. R. A. Hit-linger (Doris), Kincardine, Ont.; and Mrs. A. F. DeWitt (Betty), Fort Erie, Ont.; ' sister of Mrs. Maud Scher-merhom of Drum bo, Ont.; also survived by seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfalr, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod -St., after 2 p.m. Sunday. Service on Monday at 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. NEVINS, Joseph M. In hospital on Thursday. January 26, 1978, Joseph M.. Nevlns, of 42 Bower St., husband of the late Evelyn Dwyer; dear brother of Frank, Montreal, Emmett, Katie C. and Florence M.. all of Ottawa; predeceased by son, Flying Officer John Nevlns. Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street, after 2 p.m. Friday. Funeral Saturday in Canadian Martyrs Church, Mass 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. N1CIIOL, Dwalne Weldon Herbert At Ottawa on Friday Jan. 27, 1978 in his 37 year, Dwaine Nichol, beloved husband of Shirley Diamond and loving father of Judy (Mrs. J. Morris) and Vlcki of Windsor; Marty, Dwaine and Shane; son of Arthur and Beulah Nichol of Ottawa; brother of Ainslie and Marlene (Mrs. L. Rodgers) of Ottawa; .Mrs. Gloria Black-lock of Owen Sound and Linden of Toronto. Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home, 103 Richmond Road, West of Churchill 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Sunday. Funeral service will be held In the Chapel on Monday at 10: 30 a.m. Interment Pine-crest cemetery. O'REILLY, Thomas Mr. Thomas O'Reilly of Montreal died in hospital January 20, 1978 at the age of 84 years; dear brother of Mrs. Winnifred Sloan of Montreal; John and Anthony of Ottawa; several nephews and nieces. Rested at McConnery's Funeral Home. 206 Cartier Street In Maniwakl. Funeral service Monday, January 2.1, 1978 at 10 a.m. in St. Patrick Church. Interment Btiis Franc Cemetery. TRUDEAU, Sylvester Stephen Suddenly on Friday Jan. 27. 1978 at Biggar, Sask. in his 6oth year, be loved husband or Mina Dunk, dear father of Thomas and Kenneth, Kamsack, Sask.; Lorraine (Mrs. Wa-verly Greer). Thompson, Man.; Viola (Mrs. Jason Greer) Bristol. Que.; Bren-da (Mrs. Cecil Yach). Charteris, Que:: Delores (Mrs. Fred Morriseau), Wateriien. Man.; Bill, Tou-tesaites, Man.; Bob. Big-gar, Sask.; dear brother of Olive (Mrs - Earl Roy), Portage du Fort. Que.; El-' leen (Mrs. Allan Kendall!. Niagara Falls. N.Y. Also survived by 21 grandchildren. Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons Funeral Home, Quyon, Que. Sunday alter 7 P.M. Funeral Arrangements later. YOUNG, Mary Rose In hospital on Friday January 27, 1978. Mary Maillet, wife of the late Benjamin Young and dear mother of Clara of Ottawa; (Betty) Mrs. Basil Winters, of Parboro, N.S. Friends may call at the McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 2.15 Kent St., after 12 noon Sunday. Funeral Mass Monday at 10 a.m. In St. Patrick's Church. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. VEITCH DRAPER LIMITED Parkdale Chapel 728-4673 VICE & CRAIG Funeral Homes Inc. METCALFE WINCHESTER CHESTER VH.LE the mo ranonjhanalv tunaral Mr. nc organization Mrvtng Oundat County and Ottawa-Canatofl. ,774-2120 On numbac mtvm an 3 tocMtont . FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE CourtevusvEmcfenf -DEPENDABLE SERVICE Inquire No Obligation 2$34773 584 SonwMt Strawt West 3. S. Lost BLACK BrWcoM wttti con4lnat(on f locH, containino Oucoltonoi and or-lonal papers. Rtward. No qutstfaitt tkd. nwStf. Mrs. Morrow or Jt. GlrvlnM. BLACKWHITE malt hlttcn. block trl-angi on not, oreen collar, Booconhlll North. Reword. 74A-3M. BROWN Buxfon toy com. 714 426T. DOG. tmoll Mock mixed breed, no collar. Hunt Club Road area 7U U19. 711-2541 ENGAGEMENT ring, iter lino with diamond la flower thaprd mount. Waller and Lourler. Pleas call 43-U79 evening 771 ) daw Reword. GER MAN Sheoherd, remote. 6 months. Vanier, Sunday, January IS. answers to the nam of Tina. 743414. GINGER cot. targe, long hotrtd mole, vicinity Uplands DrHunl Club Rd. Reward 7334663. GOLD signet ring with crescent moon under sun, MacLaren Street between E Kiln and Cartier. 234 -Wl. MALE Yellow Let odor In Richmond area answer to Bruno. Reward, ttt- 3058. SAMOYED. 6 months, white, male. January 14th, GouirvSeguin. 777-4179 days; 643-3464 evenings. SHELTIE. Mlrwture collie, female, table and white, lost January 5. Emperor ond Shllllngton Area, children pet and they miss her terribly, generous reward. 779-4710. 74SS2S. SMALU .wtiire poodle, 4 months, between Stirling and Lodouceur, Elder tv couple's companion. 7a-07S8. TWO lost pups In Barrftoven area. One all block, one btadtand tan. Reward. 625-1003. ; WALLE T, brown, lost week, downtown area. Contains Identification only. 232-5906. WEODINO band, white ond yellow gold, hand cut design with a star, reword, 733-733. WHITE female cat, Wcodvlew Crescent. Bloc It burn Hamlet. Reword. 834935. WHITE Tan male, mixed breed, hound ond spaniel, lost Januurv 12th In Wcsl End, has red collar, license and rabies tags. Very much missed. Answers to Sondv. Any Information, gratefully received. Reward, m B 134. YOUR pet may be at Humane Society Shelter, 101 Chomoogne. Visit shelter to make sure. ? MONTH oid male pupov. Sunday at Lourler and Lvon, Husky Sheep dog. white, brown and block. 233-0333, anytime Found FOUND Cote Street area, smoll Cer man Shepherd Collie. Puo orev. brown paws, brown patches around eves, ap proximately 4 monins wo. 741-tmM on-yfftne. 13. In Memoriams ABBOtl In loving memory of o Oeor wife Mary E . addoii, wno passea away januar' 28, 1977. A silent thought, a secret tear. Keeps her memory ever dear. Husband ABBOTT, Mary Ethel (Hickev) In loving memory of o dear mother ond gronamottH-r who passed owov Jan uary n, ivr. At two p.m the bell tolled. You knew you hod to oo. You were resigned to God s will. And Icll memories to continue ond orow. Sodlv mtssvd. Gall. Roily and ChHdren BRADY In fond and loving memory of a dear mother ond grondmother. Mary Ellen Brodv. who passed owov Jon. 1946. Love s greatest gm Remembrance Theresa, Noel and Family. DAVIS In lovioa memory of a dear mother one granotTKiinei , rvtrs. Winnie iajviv wnt. passea owov januorv it, iviv Love's greatest gilt Rcmcmbronce Mclvina und Children EGAN In loving memory ot Norman fcgon wno oussea owov January 78. I9f7 I he years urrauichly passing. Though still we cant lor git. For In the heart that love him. Mis memory lingers vet. The Family. GALLAGHER In loving memory of a dear wife and mother. Rosalie, who passed owov jonuory T. ivr Munv a day her name ts spoken. And many an hour she is in thoughts. A link in our family chain is broken. She hus gone from our home but not If om our hear Is Bern, Marilyn. Dianne. Wendy and Micnoei. HAWKINS In lovma memory ot our dear oorentv Mother, E'lu May. wf passed awuy January 7J. lvtbe. Dud. Will ion) Lrnt-st. April tv. ivw Not i list today, but every day. In silence we remember . --Morion ond Lois HU ROMAN In loving memory ot a dear sifter ond ouni Hum Hurdntan, who passed aw .Januoi v 79. lv6 Lovino ond kind in ult In wow UpriQhl and (ust to I he vfid ot her dow Sincere and true, in her heart and miiia, HURDMAN In loving memory of Ruth Alice, dear mother ond grandmother, who passed away jan 79. 1976 Ever remembered ond loved Tom, Mary Jane, (Jascv olid Kelly, MANN In loving memory ot my dear husband, ormie w, Mann who passed awuv Jan. 29, 191. Always remembered Wife Marion. 21. Cemeteries jlj. i till' EASTERN ONTARIO'S MOST MODERN CREMATORIUM TWO CHAPELS NON-DEMONINATIONAL BEAUTIFUL URN GARDEN AND , " COLUMBATIUM COMPANY LIMITED ; S500 BASELINE ROAD ' 829-3660 ' :;:r" 13. - lnertiortamt In loving memory or a dear huscona father, father-In-low and grandfather. Philip, who passed owov on January 29. 1977. .? Time takes away the edg of grief, -But memory turns back every leal. th Mulvlnm tomllv. RECKITT aaT In loving memory of a dear mother ; and grandmother, Mytil (Boyle) . Recfcltt, who passed away January 2s. .- I9. Ever remembered. ,, Howard, Amta and family ' j ' ROBB In fond and loving memory of a dear husband and father. Alexander -(Bobby), who passed owov smMmiIv Jan. 19, tV73. There is a lb death cannot sever. -Lov end rtmembronc lot tertw Wlf Martha and Son t 15. Cards of Thanks ' CASEY - We wish to express our sin-cerest monks and apprcoatio forme acts ot kindness, messages of svmoathv and beautiful floral otter-v i nos received from our many friends and neighbours In our recent sod bereavement m the loss of out beloved dough ter. Shirley. The Family. HYNDMAN I wish to express my ' thanks and appreciation to all my relatives and friends for their ex- -' ' presslons of sympathy ond memorial -. donations In the loss of my beWved -husband. William Hugh Hyndrnan. j. Special thanks to Reverend T. H. Wilson. WafcehcM, Que., the nur:-es-ond doctors of Le Foyer de Bonheir and the nurses and doctor ot Socred Heart Hospital. Hull. Que ; alio my nieces Mrs. Ruth Kempthorne and 1 Mrs. Jean Dunrop Mrs. Mary Hyndrnan. 1 7. Cemetery Memorials CREMATION Full Information Free of Charge from BEECHW00D CREMATORIUM P.O. BOX 7025. OTTAWA 741-9530 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED OUR BUSINESS IS GROWING . , . FOR YOU 737-0750 29. Druggists Open Sunday CENTRE TOWN WHI1E Cross Oispc-fsary, Elgin at Somerset, JJJ-4029. Open 10 om. l p m ' SHOPPERS DRUG MART FAIRLAWN Plaza across from Car-lingwood. open Sundays. 10 tu i. 77V 37M. SHOPPER'S DRUG MART 1830 BANK ST. at Wolkley Rood. Opal every Sunday. II to 4. 73M:m SHOPPERS DRUG MART 1780ST. LAURENT Blvd.. St Laurent every Sunday II to i, 74W10S. SHOPPERS DRUG MART UJ0 PRINCE OF WALLS. Rideouvlew. Shopplna Centre. Ouen every Sunday.' 17 to t, ??SJ04 -. SUNDAY EVENINGS Open 1 to 10 p.m. INTERNATIONAL Oruo Mart Hd.. J Somerset SI. W.. at BOOlh 736 7307. WEST END SHOPPERS Cilv Phormocy. I377WOO-droffe Ave . ot Baseline Road. Open every Sunday. 10 a in 6pm WEST END (NEPEAN AREAI SOUTHGAlb Pharmocv lilo Mot yule Rood. 274 737?. open ever v Sunduy tram Mom io 6 p m Yuu have a lr i end at Southoate WEsrENDINEPEAN AREAI OREENBANK Chemist, corner Knox-dah' ond GreenDonfc Rood, open every Sunday II a.m pw 670-1306 WEST END PA YE TTfc I D A Oruo Mart. Lancaster Plata. 1SI7 Merivnle Rd . Opt-n eery Sunday 10 S 774 7'4S 30. Service Stations SERVICE STATIONS OPEN JANUARY 29 - TO FEBRUARY 4 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. ESSO B"ONSON Esso Service Centre. 467 Br orison Ave.. 737 W0. ESSO SELF Service stnifon, )0fl Bonk ot Heron Roud 731 4426 ' NEIDY S GULF SELF Servite Corner Rioeouond King Edward PINECR EST "GOLDEN EAGLE BAStLINL Road ot Pinecresl 879 O0S8 32. Gourmet Dining 21. Cemeteries iii mrraSm 5

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