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3a Friday, Sept. 26, 1975 The Ottawa Journal mm CLASSIFICATION DIRECTORY Vital Statistics: 1. Adoptions . 2. Births 3. Deaths 4. Obituaries 5. Lost 6. Found Notices: 13, In Memorlams i Tt, Anniversary Masses f 15, Cards of Thanks f'.-TJ. Funeral Directors 1 ,17. Cemetery Memorials ? 17a Cemetery Lot fVlS. Societies and Lodges --19. Churches 20. Florists J 21. Cemeteries I 39. Druggists Open Sunday I 29a Druggists Open Monday ? 3(1. Service Stations Stirvkas: f 33. Banquets and Parlies Tj 34. TaKe-Out Foods 535. Where to Go i" 36. Hotels and Motels -37. Beauty Salons '38. Nursing Homes 39. Gardening and Landscaping - 40. Ambulance Service 54. Apartments to Let 55. Furnished Apartments to Let 56. Apartments Wanted 57. Houses, Garden Hornet 58. Furnished Apartments Wanted 59. Sublets 60. Rooms to Let 61. Rooms Wanted 62 Room and Board A2A. Share Accommodation Business Opportunities Industrial Properties Property for Sale Property tor Rent Property Wanted Income Property Commercial Property Out of Town Property Forms for Sale Farms 'or Rent Farms Wanted to Buy Cottages for Sale Cottaqes for Rent Cottaqes Wanted Cotteqe Lots for Sale Warehouse Space Offices to Let Offices Wanted to Let Stores to Let Scores Wanted to Let Resorts Hunting and Fishing IB'fliT--liffl-tti Articles: 87. Ski Corner B8. Snowmobiles 89. Snow Blowers 90. Bicycles 91. Cameras, Photo Supplies 92. Articles for Sale 93. ArfJcfes wanfed 94. Articles for Rent 95. Articles tor Swap 96 Antiques and Fine Art 97. Firewood and Fuel 98. Market Basket 99. Machinery and Equipment 100. Pet Stock 101. Livestock and Poultry 102. Stamps and Coins 103. Hobbies .04. Boats and Motors 107. Musical Supplies 108. Radio Television Autos: !lf. Auto Leaslnq 120. Autos for Sale 121. Autos Wanted 122. Auto Accessories 123. Sports Cars 124. Auto Parts 125. Motor Sports Events Trucks: 1?0 Tnit-k for 130. Truck Bodies. Parts 131. Trucks Wanted Trailers) ".32. Motor Homes ( 133. Trailers for Sale 134. Trailers tor Rent 13 Mobile Homes for Sale 136. Mobile Homes for Rent 137. Mobile Hames Moved 138. Mobile Home Parks 139. Mobile Homes Exchanged 140. Campers' Post 141. Campers' Supplln Motorcycles 145. Motorcycles tor Sale 146. Motorcycles for Rent 147. Scooters tor Sale 148. Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous: 151. Garaqes 152 Parkinq Space 153. Winterizing 157. Houses for Sale 158. Real Estate Services 159. Condominiums 160. Furnished Houses to Let 161. Furnished Houses Wonted to Let 162. Houses Wanted to Let 163. Houses Wanted to Buv 176. Personal Memos 177. Transportation Available 178. Transportation Wanted 179. Camps Boys' and Gins- 1B5. Financing 186. Money Wanted 187 Money Avallobl 188. Mortaeoes 189 Investments 190. Patents and Copv 239. Office Help 240 Restaurant Hotel Hem 241 Help Wanted 242. Salespersons and Agents 243. Positions vacant 244. Proteslnnai Services 246 MopMat Help Warned 24 Empinvment Wanted 248 Domestic Help 249 learners Wanted 250 Tuition 251 Trade tehooia 252, Baby Services 260 Lvam 761 Auctions 262. At Yoir Service j9 fv i v ; O -" . . S TEEN4DOL Canadian singing star Bobby Curtola, who hit the big time in the early 1960's, was wed on the weekend to Ava Maria Martell of Toronto, his manager's daughter. Wedding was in Edmonton. (CP Wirephoto). Today and tomorrow TODAY Blood donor clinic, Billings Bridge shopping plaza, Ogilvy Court, 2:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Exhibition o f waterfowl hunting, National Museum of Natural Sciences;-10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chinese woodcut exhibition and children's art exhibit, city hall, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Antique exhibition and sale, St. Richard's Church, 1536 Merivale Rd., 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Weekend workshop on wo men and the law, University of Ottawa, 85 Hastey St., second floor, 8 p.m. Free admission, everyone welcome. The Ardbrae Dancers of Ot-t a w a begin instruction in Scottish dancing in October. For information, call 825-2449 or 745-9792. The Bytown Historical Museum, closes Sept. 27 for the current season. Registration f o r recreational scuba diving course, Carleton University, athletic department, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information call 231-2646 TOMORROW Exhibition o n waterfowl hunting, National Museum of Natural Sciences, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chinese woodcut exhibition and children's art exhibit, city hall, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ottawa public library bookmobile, Foster Farm, 9:30 a.m. to noon and Heron Gate, I p.m. to 4 p.m. Queensway - Carleton hospital auxiliary rummage sale, Bells Corners United Church, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Weekend workshop on women and the law, University of Ottawa, 85 Hastey St., second floor, 9 a.m. Free admission, everyone welcome. Garage sale in aid of the Animal Defence League of Canada, 131 Clarendon, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Gatineau arts and crafts sale, Larrimac Golf Club, Highway 105, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Gulliver's Travels, free film, Ottawa public library auditorium, 2 p.m. Workshop on the decentralization of the school system in Quebec, sponsored by the .Fssjpration of the Parents Committees of the Province of Quebec, 59 de la Savane Blvd., Pointe Gatineau, 2 p.m. All interested parents and school committees are invited to attend. Senior citizens dance. Jack Purcell Community Centre, 320 Elgin St., 7 p.m. Dance sponsored by the Newfoundland Club of Ottawa, Ukrainian Hall, 1000 Byron Ave., 8 p.m. Call 729-0250 or 829-2851 for tickets. The Bytown Historical Museum closes today for the current season. Demonstration of Japanese punch embroidery, Needle-craft Junction, 755 Bank St., II a.m. to 4 p.m. MARRIES Births BROWN, Donald and Valerie (nee Long) are proud to announce the jirth of a 7 lb. ll'a oz. baby girl, Sept. 18, 1975, at 7.10 p.m. Grand-daughter for Joseph and Muriel Long and Albert and Dorothy Brown. A perfect gift trom God. GILBERTSON - Lome and Beth (nee Rivington) are happy to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1975, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Toronto. GOWAN Dick and Lillian (nee Roy) are pleased to announce the arrival of a new sister for Paul, Julie Lillian, 7 lbs., 12 ozs., at the Ottawa General, Sept. 24, 1975. Many thanks to Dr. Pierre Lemay and caseroom staff. HOPE Jim and Marilyn (nee Rose) are pleased to announce the birth of a son, 7 lbs. 10'2 ozs., on Sept. 24, 1975. Thanks to Dr. Taylor and caseroom staff of Riverside Hospital. LWOW Peter and Barbara (nee Benson) are happy to announce the birth of their son, Christian, born Sept. 23, 1975 at the Civic Hospital. First Grandson for Stephan and Luba, 2nd for Bertha Benson Thanks to Dr. Ivey and Case room staff. Look out world here I come. O'LEARY Denise and George, Sept. 23, 1975, a brother for Steve, Dan, and Mike; at the Grace. Both well. SHANLEY Dennis and Pamela (nee O'Callaghan) are very pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Amy Erin, 7 lbs., 3Vi ozs., Sept. 19, 1975, at the Grace Hospital. Many thanks to Dr. L. O. Watt and the case room staff. TAPPER - Kim and Linda (nee McCritllmon) are happy to announce the arrival of their son, Michael Andrew, on Sept. 23, 1975. First grandson for Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Mc-Crimmon and second for Mrs. Irene Tapper. Thanks to Dr. S. Kronick, Dr. Roy and staff at Grace Hospital. "CAREERS" Featured in the Financial Section Daily Deaths AITKEN, Mary Elizabeth Car- mel At Ottawa, Out., on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Mary Elizabeth Carmel Crawford, beloved wife of the late John Aitken, dear mother of Olive (Mrs. Wilfred Simpson), Carleton Place; Dorothy (Mrs. Garnet McCracken), Peterborough; Marion (Mrs. Bernard Helgason), Ottawa; predeceased by two brothers, J. Norman and W. Harry Crawford; also survived by five grandchildren; in her 81st year. Resting at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Ave. W., Carleton Place, for service on Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment United cemeteries. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation would be appreciated. BARRETTE, Rene In hospi tal on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Rene Barrette (Corps of Commissionaires), age 71, of 257 Anna Ave., husband of the late Rita Lavigne; dear father of Claire (Mrs. Earl ( T o o k i e ) Stimpson); dear brother of Mrs. Berthe Le-gendre, of Hull; dear grandfather of Danielle, Joanne, Gregory, Jeffrey and Lynda. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave. (west of Woodroffe), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday to St. Elizabeth's Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. BEAUCHAMP, Mabel - In hospital on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Mabel Prince, age 78 years, of 19 Hilda St., beloved wife of Oliver Beauchamp; dear mother of Rupert, Robert, Donald, Mrs. Marguerite Lahey, Rhoda (Mrs. Victor Fabian), Mrs. Dorothy Julien, Eileen (Mrs. James Cruise), all of Ottawa and Betty (Mrs. Michael Cruise), of Renfrew; dear sister of Margaret (Mrs. Jerry Crepin); also survived by 32 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre Town). Friends may. call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday to St. Francis of Assisi Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. BROOKS, Edith Dea In hospital on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Edith Dea Workman, of Chesterville, in her 82nd year, beloved wife of the late John Brooks; dear mother of Malcolm, of Mattawa; Edwin, of Edmonton ; Mrs. Charles McLaughlin (Berthenia); Mrs. Stuart L e C 1 a i r (Mildred); Mrs. Thomas Sharkey (Dorothy), all of Chesterville; Mrs. Rene Val-lieres (Lavennia), Valleyfield, Que.; Mrs. Douglas Jones (Irene), Prescott; predeceased by a daughter Doris Kennedy and a son Allan; also survived by 26 grandchil-d r e n and 15 greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Vice and Craig Ltd. Funeral Home, 24 Queen St., Chesterville, where service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment Maple Ridge cemetery. CAMPBELL, Alice L.-ln hospital on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Alice Morrison, in her 85th year, widow of Allen Campbell; survived by 13 nephews and nieces. She resided with her nephew, Rev. R. G. and Mrs. Simpson at 13 Evergreen Dr., Bells Corners. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt. Service in the chapel on Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment Bells Corners cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Gideon Bible or the Bible Society would be appreciated. CARRIERE, Maurice Entered into rest on Thursday, Sept. 25, 197S, in hospital, Ottawa, Maurice Remie, in his 39th year, husband of Lillian Eatulippe; father to Michael, Paul, Julie, Lucy, Sylvie, all at home; predeceased by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carriere; also survived by his step-mother Mrs. Lize Mel-nyck and sisters Mrs. Paul Morin (Jeanettc), Ottawa and Mrs. Raymond Giroux (Mari-elle), Cornwall. Friends will be received at the A. J. Brit- ncll Funeral Home, Prescott until Saturday, Sept 27, thence to the church of St. Mark the Evangelist for funeral mass at 10 a.m. Interment St. Mark's cemetery. Rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Friday. D o n a 1 1 o n s to the Ontario Heart Fund gratefully acknowledged. 3. Deaths DEEVEY, Herbert - In hospital in Toronto Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Herbert Deevey, husband of the late Mary Cor-rigan; dear father of Diane (Mrs. 0-. Merkley), Scarborough; dear brother of Bernard, Delia (Mrs. W. Quinn), Rita (Mrs. R. Albert); prede-ceased by sisters Marion (Mrs. G. Moore) and Edna (Mrs. R. Jones). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St (Centre Town). Funeral Saturday ' to St. Mary's Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. FORTIER, Mrs. Mailda (nee Sioui) In Hull Sept. 24, 1975, at the age of 83, of 241 Notre Dame St., Hull; wife of the late Joseph Fortier; mother of Rene (husband of Raymonde Deschamps); Roger (husband of Jeannette Frenette); Mrs. Aurele Du-guay (Yvonne); Mrs. Jeannette Gallant; Mrs. Entile Villeneuve (Irene); Mrs. Ray--mond Chenier (May); Mrs. Fernand Derouin ("Cecile); mother-in-law of Irene Mor-risette (wife of the late Ade-lard Fortier), Thetford Mines; sister of Mrs. Laura Bergeron; survived by 24 grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. Resting at Beauchamp Funeral Home Ltd., 77 Mont Clair Blvd., Hull for funeral Saturday, Sept. 27. Service at St. Ber-nadette Church at 9 a m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. FRIEWALT, Ernest Alexander In hospital, Montreal, on Tuesday, Sept. -23, 1975, age 71 years, Ernest Alexander Frievvalt, 6874 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal, Que., beloved husband of Maisie Hensher. Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., Arnprior. Service in the chapel Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Arnprior cemetery. GOUGEON, Edward Joseph, 80, RCMP retired Suddenly, at his home, dearly beloved husband of Irene Victoria Laurin ; dear father of Claude, of Perth; Peter, of Montreal; Andrew, of Ottawa; Lorraine (Mrs. Peter Aykroyd), of Montreal; Helen (Mr. Joseph Schull), of Rose-mere, Que.; grandfather of 12; great-grandfather of two. Visitors may call at Racine, Robert and Gauthier, 260 Bes-serer, after 7 p.m. Friday. Funeral mass at 12 noon Saturday, Sept. 27, at St. Joseph's Church, corner Laurier and Wilbrod. Cremation. Interment later in family plot at St. Eugene, Ont. GRAVELINE, Mrs. Arthemise On Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1975, Arthemise Morrissette, beloved wife of the late Aime Graveline, of Donald St., Ottawa; age 85 years; dear mother of Emmett, of Hull; Mrs. Donald P r e s 1 a n d (Jeanne), Ottawa; Mrs Elmer Presland (Flora), of Tilbury, Mrs. Emerson Leroux (Julia), of Sudbury; Mrs. Fernand Pharand (Marie), Mrs. Maurice Cour-temanche (Emelda), both of Gatineau; Mrs. Alcide La-moureux (Dorine), Hull; Mrs. Raymond Vadnais (Mabel), Mrs. Ivon L a n t h i e r (Dorothy), both of Gatineau; sister of Alfred, Fort Cou-longe; Arthur, North Bay; Mrs. Eugene II a m e 1 1 n (Bertha), Fort Coulonge; Mrs. Emile Perreault (Mar-g u e r i t e ) , Windsor; Mrs. Emile Berube (Alice), Otta-w a ; also survived by 3S grandchildren and 37 greatgrandchildren. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 259' St. Patrick St. Funeral Saturday Sept. 27 to Notre Dame dc la Presentation Church at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. HUDSON, Dr. Philip In hospital on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Dr. Philip Hudson, be-loved husband of Mildred (Babs) Suart, of RR 1 Dunro-bin, Ont., in his 84th year; father of Anne; brother of Mrs. Effie Hansen, Nelson, New Zealond, Sir William Hudson, in Australia and Dr. Frank Hudson, Nelson, New-Zealand. Funeral service private. Cremation. Friends desiring to send a memorial tribute may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. KIRWAN, MaryTheresa (Molly) In hospital on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1975, Mary Theresa (Molly) Kirwan, of 356 Cooper St., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kirwan, formerly of South March, Ontario; also survived by many nieces and nephews and many grandnicccs and grandnephews. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 So merset St. W. (Centre Town) where friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday. Funeral S a t u r d a y to St. Patrick's Church for mass at 9 a.m Interment St. Isadore's ceme tery, South March. 3. Deaths KEELEY, Mary Patricia (May) At her home after a lengthy illness on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1975, Mary Patricia (May) Keeley in her 41st year (late employee of Simpsons-Sears, Carlingwood), beloved daughter of James Keeley and the late Kathleen Tidy; beloved sister of Tommy. Freddy, Kathleen, Brian, Eddy and Brendan, all of Aylmer; Sadie (Catana) and Noel of Ottawa; prede-l ceased by one . brother, James; also survived by sev-e r a 1 nieces and nephews, j Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. W. (Centre Town). Funeral Thursday to Canadian Martyrs Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. Donations to the Ontario Cancer Foundation, care of Ottawa Civic Hospital, 1053 Carling Ave., appreciated. LaROCQUE, Mary Josephine On Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Mary Josephine Bums, beloved wife of Earl William LaRocque, of Canterbury St., Ottawa; dear mother of William Joseph, Mrs. Hartley Belway (Beverley), both of Ottawa; sister of Michael, James, Mrs. J. A. Borrows, Mrs. Robert Cooke, Mrs. Leslie Wilson, Miss Stella and Miss Ellen Burns; all of Ottawa. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 260 Besserer St. Funeral Saturday, Sept. 27 to St. Joseph's Church at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. MOORE, Mrs. Georgina At Pontiac Community Hospital on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1975 Georgina Cole, 82 years, beloved wife of the late Regin-ald (Regie) Moore; dear mother of Linsey, Campbell's Bay; Raymond, White Horse, B.C.: Billy, Ottawa; George, Campbell's Bay; Erma (Mrs. Pete Fillion), Danville; Bob, TJlmside; Fred, Petawawa; Amy (Mrs. Larry Hickey), Sudbury and Murray, Campbell's Bay; also survived by 21 grandchildren and 6 greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Ringrose Brothers Funeral Home, Campbell's Bay, Quebec. Service Saturday, Sept. 27 to St. Andrew's United Church at 2.40 p.m. Interment St. Andrew's cemetery. MOSTON, Beulah May - At Smiths Falls, Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1975. Beulah May Banks, aged 74 years, beloved wife of the late Robert Mos-ton of Smiths Falls and dear mother of May (Mrs. Olen Wright) Lombardy; June (Mrs. Joseph McGoey) Toronto; Queenie (Mrs. William Curnoe) Weston; and sister of Thelma Banks, Toronto; William Percy Banks, Winnipeg. Resting at the Lannin Funeral Home, Smiths Falls. Funeral service Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment Hillcrest cemetery. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society appreciated. NEVILLE, Charles Alfred -On Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Charles Alfred Neville, beloved husband of the late Mary Ellen Teague, of Deschamps St., Vanier, age 78. Mr. Neville was a lifelong resident of Vanier; dear father of Charles Albert, of Ottawa; Mrs. R. Francis Ri-vest (Frances.), Vanier; Joyce Neville, of California; also survived by four grandchildren. Will be resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead St., Vanier, Saturday. Fu neral on Monday, Sept. 29, to Assumption Church, at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. Visiting hours 2-4 and 6-9 p.m. NICHOL, Maude In hospital, Smiths Falls, Ont., on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Maude Storey, wife of the late Jack R. Nichol. Resting at the! Blair and Son Funeral Home, I 1 1 2 Beckwith St., Smiths1 Falls, where funeral service will be conducted on Saturday, Sept. 27, at 2 p.m. Interment Hillcrest cemetery. RENAUD, Agnes (Dimp) - At the Lakeshore General Hospital in Montreal on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975. Dimp Lyons, dearly beloved wife of J. Harry Renaud, and mother" of Janet (Mrs. Matthew S. Han-non), Anne (Mrs. S. Allen Mc,Kay), John, Harry and Margaret. Resting at D. A. Collins Funeral Home, 222 Metropolitan Blvd., Pointe Claire. Requiem mass at St. Edmund of Canterbury Church, 105 Beaconsfield Blvd., Beaconsfield, Que. on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame ccme- t e r y , Ottawa. In lieu of flowers donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 1372 St. Catherine St. W., Montreal will be gratefully acknowledged. Deaths SENESHEN, Very Reverend William M. In hospital, Sas katoon, Sept. 24, 1975, after a lengthy illness, age 70 years. He is survived by his wife Sophie, children Dr. Morris Seneshen, Mrs. Lucy Greene, both of London, Ont., Eugene Seneshen, of Saskatoon, and Mrs. Helen Wiwchar, Calgary, Alta; ,15 grandchildren; brothers Peter Seneshen, Revel-stoke, B.C.; Judge J. M. Seneshen, London, Ont., sisters Mrs. Annie Sackney, Yorkton, Sask.; Mrs. Mary Sabulsky of Grindrod, B.C. For 10 years preceding his illness he served the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 1000 Byron Ave., Ottawa. Funeral services will be Held Friday Sept. 26 at 9 a.m. in Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, Sask-! atoon. In lieu of flowers donations to Cancer Society or St. Andrew's College, Winnipeg would be appreciated. SHULIST, Sylvester A. - Age 36, suddenly in Barrys Bay, on Thursday, Sept. 25, 1975, Sylvester Shulist, husband of Nada Polich; beloved father of Suzanne, Robert and Janet; beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. August Shulist, of Barrys Bay and dear brother of Mrs. Len Etmanski (Rita) and Mrs. Ernest Lafrance (Elaine), both of Pembroke and Mrs. Leonard Trader (Rose Marie), of Barrys Bay; Stanley and Gerard, of Toronto. Friends may call at Gou-let Funeral Home, Barrys Bay after 2 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday to St. Hed-wig's Church for mass at 9 a.m. Interment in the parish cemetery. TAMULEVICIUS, Antonina -In hospital on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1975, Antonina Smager, age 90 years, of 13 Redwin St., dear mother of Miss Anele Tumul, Mrs. Pauline Ancevich and Stasys of Lithuania; also survived by five grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 So merset St. W. (Centre Town). Funeral service Thursday in the chapel at 8 p.m. Rev. Dr. Victor Skilandgeiunas officiat- i n g . Interment St. John's Lithuanian cemetery, Missis-sauga. Donations to Anapilis Senior Citizens Home appreciated. WALLIS, Reverend Father Francis O.M.I. In hospital on Wednesday, September 24, 1975, Father Francis Wallis, Oblate of Mary Immaculate, retired professor of St. Pat-, rick's College and The Uni-; versity of Ottawa, age 68 years, of 130 Springhurst Ave., Ottawa; son of the late Dennis and Elizabeth (Roberts) Wallis; dear brother of Anthony Wallis of London, England. Also survived by several nieces. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. W. (Centre Town) where friends may call after 1 p.m. Friday. Solemn Trans lation to Canadian Martyr's Church Friday evening for the recitation of the Office of the Dead at 7.30 p.m. Concel- ebrated funeral mass Satur day in Canadian Martyr's Church at 11 a.m. Interment Oblate cemetery, Orleans, Ontario. HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED Central Chapel 233-1143 West Chapel 728-1761 AAcEVOY SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 PRE-NEED FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS 6 p.m. CK0Y NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 5. Lost BEAGLE, no tall, tattoo No. V2E5G, name Runt, Hamilton Ave. area. 729-3518. Reward. BEAGLE, Walkley Rusutl Rd. area, child's pet. 725-1253, 521-6992. BLOND, female, American Cocker Spaniel, Elmvale Acres area, answers to Butty. Keward. jjua. BLUE chonge purse, 5 keys, K-Vart, Bells Corners. 257 1054. CAT, long hoired tobby, female, Britannia area. 620-3522. CHAINSAW. Homellte XL 130, St. Laurent area. 235-1190. Journal Box Replies A 809 813 836 837 870 87S 891 911 922 933 940 951 973 974 F 25 38 Replies mailed Sept. 25. A 902 974 977 985 992 F 1 4 9 12 13 14 23 21 42 43 48 50 S3 3. Lost CHILD'S pet. a WMK Old buck puppy. Woolco Shopping Centrt art. At-ward. 130-3299, 74S-XH4. FEMALE SlamCM. answers to Moucr. Sandy Hill araa. Riward. 23S-044. GERMAN Shepherd pup. Norm Gowtr area, Sept. 18. Reward. 4a9-2M4. KEYSreiglnlwrMecLarenTlM-SlOO. LAOr-S wrlstwatch, gold coloured face and strap. Laurier-Kent to Bank. Reward. 233'6619. LITTLE black dog, spaniel type, long hair, 2 wnite feet, answers to Caesar. Richmond Road-Roosevelt area. 229 1592. LOST, black Labrador. 4 months old. female, yellow and white cord with leasn. 77-ilvl or 996-2861. Reward. O'CONNOR and Clemow area, white cat, male odjlt, one green eye and one green-blue eye, brown leather collar with tag. Reward, 232-1082. PtftSCRiPTION gleues. lost vicinity of t-iora and Arlington. Kiease con e-2169. SMALL black dog, white on chest, Van- oth. ,mi9wi io luuuy. rtewaru. 746-5387. PRESCRIPTION glasses, blue trome, beige case. 729-5702. SIAMESE cat, female" with collar, name Penny, unfriendly, from 1162 Emperor Avenue. 722-5)14. 10 KARAT gold bracelet, Elgin-Lewis area. Reward. 232-3909 evenings. 6. Found BROWN and white dog, male, no collar, Carling and Churchill. 729-W09; 996-9878, extension 355. BULKY sweater, vicinity Fourth Ave., 233-2619. CAMERA on Dupulj st, Hull Sunday. 771-5)55. ORANGE male cat, about 6 months old, Touraire, Que. 776-5136. SETTER type dog, found Manotick area. Owner please call 692-4618. 13. In Memoriams BRADLEY In sad and loving memory of a dear husband and father and grandfather, John E. Bradley, who passed away Sept. 26, 1970. How we miss the welcome footsteps. Of the one we loved so dear. Oft' we Ms ten for dad's coming. Fully sure that he Is near. So young yet called oway so soon, A helping hand to all he knew. If all this world were ours to give. We'd give It yes, and more. To see the face of John dear. Come smiling through the door. Loving wife and Family. , . - and granddaughter Susan. BRADLEY In fovlng memory of a dear brother. Jack Bradley, who passed away Sept. 26, 1970. O happy hours we once enfoyed. How sweet their memory still. But death has left a loneliness The world can never f(f(. Sadly missed. Sister Gladys. DOWD In loving memory cf my dad William Dowd, who possed away Sept. 26, 1970. Sadly missed and ever remembered- Doreen. , EITZEN In loving memory of a beloved son-in-law Dennis, accidentally killed Sept. 26, 1973. Oh to closp his hand. His happy face to see To hear his voice and see his smile. That meant so much to me. Mom Lacoste. GIBSON In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather Joseph Gibson, who passed away Sept. 26, 1974. He Is gone but not forgotten. And as dawns another year, In our lonefy hours of thinking, Thoughts of him are always near, Days of sadness will come o'er us, Friends may think the wound is healed. But they little know the sorrow, Thar lies in the heart concealed. Wife Catherine, sons, daughters and grandchildren. Mac DONALD In loving memory of a dear son and brother Sgt. Ob$. Louis J, MacDonald, who passed awoy overseas, Sept. 26, 1942. Till memory fades and life departs You live forever In our hearts. Mom and Family. PATON In loving memory ot a deor daughter, sister and mother, Gwen Paton, who passed away Sept 26, 1966. Today recalls sad memories. Of a dear mother, daughter and sister gone to rest. And the ones who think of her today. Are the one- who Irved her best. The Children, Mother and Brothe'. 15. Cards of Thanks MEHARG-F1NDLAY We wish to tnank all our friends far messages of sympathy and floral tributes in the loss of our dear sister, Sarah Meharg, who passed away Aug. II at London, Ont., and also dear sister Rosina Find I ay on' Sept. 17, 1975, at London, Ont. Special thanks to th Rev. Keith Calder. Margaret ond Carleton Marsh. RICHARDSON We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our relatives, friends ond neighbours for their octs of kindness, messages of sympathy, floral Offerings, donations to the Heart ond Cancer Fund, end to those who called at the funeral home. Everyone helped in so many ways during our bereavement In the lose of our beloved husband and father, Jack Richardson. Jessie ond Family. 16. Funeral Directors RACINE, Robert and Gauthier Req'd., I37-3'PO 20 Sr-Merer, 300 Olmstead. Fairmont, 759 St. Patrick, 101 Notre Ci me 17o. Cemetery Lots DOUBLE PLOT, Capitol Memorial Gar-den, tm. 4S9-JI32. I 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED Compliment Your Home with Flowers from Fine's 737-0750 39. Garden'g & Landscap'g BLACK organic topsoil. Coll I21-194I. IOtSOiL, needing, snddlng, evergreens, pnttos, paving, cedor hedges. 728-3833 Journal Subscription Rates Bv MAIL: a week. 15.00 a month or $50 00 a year delivered anywhere taturdav only 30c a week or t2.oo a year. Bv CARRIER: tu.TO a vear or iSe a week. SINGLE COPY PRICE: Weekdays 15c. Saturday 36c

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