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r Tuesday. June 5833711 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY 'ANNOUNCEMENTS Vital Stotlstlci: " 1 Adoptions 2 Births ' 3 Deaths 4 Obituaries ' 5 Lost 6 Found Wotlcw: 13 In Memorlams 14 Anniversary Masses 15 Cords pf Thanks 15a Acknowledgements c 16 Funarol Directors 17 Cemetery Memorials 17a Cemetery Lots 18 Societies & Lodges 19 Churches . , . 20 Florists -21 Cemeteries 29 Druggists Open Sunday 29a Druggists Open Monday " Wrvlces: 1 30 Service Stations ' . ' - 33 Banquets & Parties , -34 Take-Out Foods 35 Where to Go 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 Wanted 57 Houses, Garden Homes 58 Furn. Apartments Wanted 59 Sublets 60 Rooms to Let r - 61 Rooms Wanted - 62 Room & Board 62a Share Accommodation PROPERTY 63 Business Opportunities 64 Industrial Properties 65 Property for Sale 66 Property tor Rent 67 Property Wanted 68 Income Property 69 Commercial Property 70 Out-of-Town Property 71 Fxjrms for Sale 72 Forms for Rent 73 Farms Wanted to Buy 74 Cottages for Sale 75 Cottages for Rent 76 Cottages Wanted 77 Cottage Lots tor Sole 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 & Ftshlng MERCHANDISE Articles: - 87 Ski Corner 88 Snowmobiles 89 Snow Blowers 90 Bicycles 91 Cameras 92 Articles for Sole 93 Articles Wanted , .94 Articles for Rent 95 Articles for Swap 96 Antiques and Fine Art 97 Firewood & Fuel 98 Market Basket 99 Machinery & Equipment 100 Pet Stock 101 Livestock & Poultry 102 Stamps & Coins .103 Hobbies 104 Boats & Motors ; 107 Musical Supplies ' 108 Radio, Stereo, Television 109 C.B. Equipment . 1 10 Household Appliances AUTOMOTIVE Autos-. 119 Auto Leasing 120 Autos for Sale 121 Autos Wanted 122 Auto Accessories 123 Sports Cars :-124 Auto Parts I 125 Motor Sports Events Trucks: 129 Trucks tor Sale I 130 Truck Bodies I J31 Trucks Wanted trailers: 132 Motor Homes 133 Trailers for Sale 134 Trailers for Rent 135 Mobile Homes for Sale r36 Mobile Homes for Rent 5537 Mobile Homes Moved Jf138 Mobile Home Parks $iM39 Mobile Homes Exchanged V k 140 Campers Post 141 Campers Supplies jljjjotorcycles: l45 Motorcycles for Sole i46 Motorcycles for Rent s47 Scooters for Sale tW8 Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous: i51 Garaaes . C.452 Parking space Wintering REAL ESTATE Houses for Sale Real Estate services r59 ( ,6l I 162 1 59 Condominiums Furn. Houses to Let Furn. Hses. Wanted to Let Houses Wanted to Let Houses Wanted to Buy J 13 I & PERSONALS 175 Learning Exchange 176 Personol Memos 177 Transportation Available 178 Transportation Wonted 179 Camps Boys 8, Girls FINANCIAL 185 Financing 186 Money Wanted ' 187 Money Availoble 188 Mortgages , 189 Investments 190 Patents & Copy EMPLOYMENT 239 Office Helo 240 Restaurant-Hotel Help 241 Help Wanted 242 Salespersons & Agents 243 Positions Vacant 244 Professional Services 246 Hospital Help Wanted 247 Employment Wanted 248 Domestic Help 249 Teachers Wanted 250 Tuition 251 Trade Schools 252 Baby Services 253 Day Care Centres MISCELLANEOUS . 260 Legal 261 Auctions 300 "At Your Service" 29, 1976 Today and TODAY Institute of Applied Metaphysics, information session, Museum of Man, 8 p.m. Nepean township public library board meeting, administrative office, 16 Rowely Ave., 8 p.m. Day camps. Glen Olgilvie elementary school, 46 Centre-park Drive. Call 824-3432; Gloucester high school, 2060 Ogilvie Kd., call 745-2210. Theatre arts and arts and crafts programme, Gloucester community centre, 2339 Ogilvie Rd., call 741-0770. YM-YWCA, ladies shape-up classes, registration, call 237-1320. Red Cross blood donor clinic, CJOH studios, 1500 Meri-vale Rd., 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Ottawa Boys' Club camp, registration, Dr. F. J. McDonald school, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Honkers have friends PERTH (Special) Two weeks ago a petition by 25 residents living along the Tay River was presented to town council protesting the all-night honking of the town's geese. At the time council decided to give the honkers one month to change their honking habits or be removed from the town limits. At Monday's council meeting the geese were given strong support a 109-name petition requesting council that the geese be left in town. The petitioners said the geese provided both a tourist attraction and much enjoyment to many people. Fast-food outlet opposed BROCKVIIXE (Special) A recommendation that Leeds and Grenville County board of education oppose construction of a fast-food outlet was defeated Monday. A 7-7 tie vote caused the defeat after trustees spent 30 minutes arguing the pros and cons of the outlet, proposed for the site across from South Grenville District High School at Prescott. Trustee Charles Steiner of Prescott supported construction of the fast-food outlet. He felt it would result in no extra burden to the present situation at the high school. The property committee recommended the board oppose the construction of the food establishment mainly because of safety. Operation of the proposed business would create a hazard for students crossing the busy, thoroughfare of Edward Street which connects the town with Highway 401. Trustee George Brown of Cardinal felt the situation was a local matter and said the board has no real reason to oppose construction of the fast food outlet. "I have certain reservations about sticking our noses into it," he said. VACATION SERVICE If you're going on vacation during the summer months, don't forget to temporarily suspend Journal home delivery. The Journal is available by carrier at resorts throughout the Ottawa Valley and at most rural general stores. If you prefer you can arrange mall delivery to any address prior to your departure. Advise your carrier boy a few days ahead or call the circulation department at 563-3811. One call is all (hat is required to stop and restart on the appropriate date. "Careers Opportunities" Section for Career advertising information (rate card on request) please call (613)563-3769 or write to: "Careers" 365 Laurier Ave. W. Ottawa, Ontario K1G3K6 Ottawa Journal Tomorrow Dalhousie neighborhood study, citizens' committee for area five, meeting, 838 Somerset St. W., 7.30 p.m. One-parent Family Association, meeting, Overbrook community centre, 171 King George St., 8 p.m. Nepean public library bookmobile will be at Man-ordale public school, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and at Crystal Beach-St. Thomas school, 6 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. Westboro Lodge Odd Fellows, bingo, lodge hall, 3865 Richmond Rd., 8 p.m. Admission $1.50. Overbrook senior citizens, strawberry festival, Overbrook community centre, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission $1. Ottawa municipal golf school's junior program begins,' Call Pineview Golf Club, 745-6968. TOMORROW Wintario cultural Olympic program, celebration for Canada week, River Road, park, 7 p.m. Ottawa Boys' Club camp, registration, Grant public school, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Bingo. 2310 Virginia Dr., 7.45 p.lh. Recovery Meeting, St. Jean Baptiste parish hall, 116 Empress Ave., 8.15 p.m. Ottawa Boys' Club, icecream feed, 412 Nepean St., 2 p.m. Recreaffle bingo, Nepean Sportsplex, 8 p.m. Admission $1. Nepean public library bookmobile will be at Craig Henry Avenue, near tennis courts, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Barrtiaven public school, 6 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. Nepean legal aid clinic, Pioneer Building, 1683 Meri-vale Rd., 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Town summer fun program, registration for children seven to 12 years, Dalhousie planning office, McNabb and Jack Purcell community centres, $10 per week. Youth activities night, Overbrook community centre, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. National Museum of Natural Sciences, gemstones display, Metcalfe and McLeod, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Births ARIS Larry and Ann (nee Burrows) are happy to announce the birth of their son, Jamie Christopher, 7 lbs., 1 oz., June 24, 1976. Special thanks to Dr. D. G. Turner and staff at the Grace Hospital. BICKFORD James and Gaya (nee de Jong) are happy to announce the birth of their son, a brother for Sarah-Jane, on June 27, 1976. Many thanks to Dr. Gluck and caseroom staff at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. BROPHY Heather and Charlie announce the birth of a son, David Charles, at the Ottawa Civic, June 28, 1976 at 7: 00 weighing 6 lbs., 13 ozs. CONGRATULATIONS from Mothercraft to new parents and babies. DAVIDSON Rick and Brenda (nee Kennedy) are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, daughter Elizabeth Anne, weigblng-6. lbs., 8 oz. on June 24, ,1976. Sincere thanks to Dr. Krzaniak and caseroom staff at Riverside Hospital Ottawa. OTTAWA DIAPER SERVICE SAVE MONEY AVOID DRUDGERY Diapers are soft, white, sterilized. Regular size and large at same price. 770-1543 770-1544 Special Birth Notice Rates $1 Commencing immediately Birth Notices will be published by The Journal for $1 per day maximum 30 words. (Additional wordage at 1 5 a word.) 3 Days for $3.00. 563-3711 Journal Subscription Ratu SINGLE COPY PRICE Weekday 1S, Saturday 35 BY CARRIER $44.20 a year or 85 a week BY MAIL CANADA One month $6.00. six months $33.00 or one year $60.00. Saturday only 60 a week. $31 20 a year OTHER COUNTRIES One month $10.00 or one year $1 10 00. Saturday only $1.00 a week. $52 00 a year Births HAY David and Susan (nee Ttafford) are happy to announce the birth of a daughter. Shannon Erin Banks, 8 lbs., 3 ozs., on June 28, 1976. A little sister for Camilla. Warm thanks to Dr. Carson, Dr. Cowan, Dr. McKendry, O R. and 4th floor nursing staff Ottawa Civic Hospital. JONES Ann and Stan are pleased to announce the birth of their son. Clay Edwin, 2.8 kg., on June 26, 1976, a brother of Megan Ann. Very special thanks to Dr. Andrew and very kind and capable caseroom staff at the Riverside Hospital. KERR Grant and Suzanne (nee More) are happy to announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, Jessica, at Mississauga Hospital on Friday, June 25, 1976, a sister for Jason. MacCALMAN Walter and Valerie (nee Currie) are happy to announce the birth of their first child, Alexander Craig, on June 24, 1976 at the Wellesley Hospital of Toronto. McCOY Jack and Susan (nee Nesbitt) are happy to announce the arrival of their daughter, Carol Lynn, on June 24th, 1976, 7 lbs., 9 ozs. A sister for Robert George. Many thanks to Dr. L. Rabb and caseroom staff. STEPHEN Gerry and Trudy (nee Cross) are pleased to announce the arrival of Lori-Ann, weighing 8 lbs., 4 ozs., at the Grace Hospital, on June 26, 1976, a sister for David. WREN Kathy and Basil (nee Kelly) are happy to announce the birth of their son, Kelly James, June 28, 1976. Special thanks to Dr. Jolly and caseroom staff at the Ottawa General Hospital. Deaths BLYTH, Fred In hospital on Monday, June 28,' 1976, Fred Blyth, aged 29 years, of 1004 Mossdale St., beloved husband of Lynn Hewitt; beloved son of Ross and Muriel (Piche) Blyth; dear father of Stephanie; dear brother of David, Aylmer, Que. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home,' 2313 Carling Ave. (west of Woodroffe). Funeral Wednesday in the chapel at 3 p.m. Rev. Barry Thomas officiating. Interment Pine-crest cemetery. Donations to the Kidney Foundation appreciated. CLARK, Mrs. Margaret In hospital on Sunday, June 27, 1976, Margaret Mac-Donald, age 86 years, widow of Donald A. Clark and dear mother of Allan, (Betty) Mrs. Louis Larue, both of Ottawa and (Joan) Mrs. Joseph Rodgers, of Peterborough; stepmother of (Edith) Mrs. John Kat-chuk and (Sadie) Mrs. Roy Morrison, both of Hamilton and Robert; predeceased by Peter and Archie killed in action. World War II. 20 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren also survive. Friends may call at McE-voy Shields Funeral Home 235 Kent St., from 7-9 p.m. Monday and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Wednesday to St. Patrick's Church, Mass at 12.15 noon. Interment Notre Dame. DAVIDSON, Maria (Mary) In hospital on Monday, June 28, 1976, Maria (Mary) Girotti, beloved wife of William Davidson, of 567 Cambridge St.; dear sister of Dominic, of Ottawa; Mrs. Bertha Tefano and Teresa (Mrs. Julius Cohen), both of Utica, N.Y.; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre Town), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday to St. Anthony's Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. DAVIS, Maude Evelyne At Merrickville, Sunday, June 27, 1976, Maude Evelyne Pallett, aged 83 years, beloved wife of the late Samuel Davis, of Merrickville; dear mother of Leafa (Mrs. Jack French), Myrtle (Mrs. Duncan Ogilvie), and Merrill, all of Merrickville; Selma (Mrs. Clark Murdock), Johnstown; Roy, Manotick; Clifford, predeceased; survived by 14 grandchildren; and sister of Harold Pallett, Surrey, England. Resting at the Lannin Funeral Home, Smiths Falls. Funeral service in Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Merrickville, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment Union cemetery, Merrickville. Births and Maths DICKSON, Laureen In hospital on Monday, June 28, 1976, Laureen Dickson, of 366 Frank St., daughter of Mrs. Edith Lewis, Ottawa; mother of John, Blake and Mark, all of Ottawa; sister of Donald Lewis, Eddyville, Kentucky; and Rod Lewis, Senneville, Que. Resting Hulse and Plavfair Central vice on Thursday at 10 a.m. Cremation Beechwood. DILLON, Mervin Suddenly in hospital, June 26, Mervin Harris Dillon, Ottawa, formerly of Kars, Ont., dear husband of Margaret; dear father of Dorothy, Marion and Joyce; survived by his mother Mrs. Gertrude Dillon, one sister Lillian and a brother Donald; dear grandfather of six grandsons. Resting at Veitch Draper Ltd., 453 Parkdale Ave. Service in the chapel, Monday, 2 p.m. Interment Rideau Vale cemetery, Kars. DITTBURNER, Henry In hospital at Ottawa, Sunday, June 27, 1976, in his76th year, Henry Dittburner, of Foresters Falls, beloved husband of Ruth Robinson and the late Alma Quast (first marriage); dear father of Mrs. Evelyn Punt, Windsor; Roy, Foresters Falls; Murray, Kingston; step-father of Sheldon Robinson, R.R. 2, Pembroke; Mrs. Shirley Emon, Little Current; .brother of Mrs.. Fred Leeck (Mary), Renfrew; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Resting at his late residence. Foresters Falls, until 12 noon Wednesday, June 30, thence to Trinity United Church, Foresters Falls for service at 2 p.m. Interment Howard cemetery. Foresters Falls. DONAHUE, Rev. Donald David Suddenly at Sheenboro, Quebec, in his 54th year, son of the late Thomas Donahue and the late Margaret Ann Kearns. Survived by two sisters Mrs. J. Hanley (Rita) of Winnipeg, Mrs. D. Ross (Lola) of Edmonton and three brothers Des of Almonte, Clarence and Lloyd of Pembroke. Resting at the Ringrose Brothers Funeral Home, Chapeau, Quebec from Monday at 3 p.m. until Wednesday at 10 a.m. when the body will be transferred to St. Paul the Hermit Church, Sheenboro, Quebec. Concelebrated funeral Mass to be offered by Bishop J. R. Windle at 3.30 p.m. with burial in the parish cemetery Sheenboro, Quebec. GILLMOR, Mary Ellen (Minnie) In Glens Falls, N.Y., June 17, 1976, aged 85 years, beloved widow of Leslie Gillmor; daughter of the late Catherine and George Harkness, all formerly of Ottawa; survived by daughter Marjorie (Mrs. Richard Bailey); son, Nevin Gillmor, of Glens Falls, N.Y.; six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren: several nieces and nephews; also one sister, Ann (Mrs. Gordon Ker), Ottawa; predeceased by son Hugh Gillmor, sister Marjorie (Mrs. Basil Smith), brothers William J., Andrew A., Nevln L. and Thomas A. Interment was in South Side cemetery, South Glens Falls. GRAINGE, Horace Edgar Peacefully in hospital on Monday, June 28, 1976, in his 74th year, formerly of Montreal, beloved husband of Lily Elsie Druce; dear father of Joy (Mrs. Peter Mott), Orleans and Ross, Niagara Falls, Ont. Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Service in the chapel on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Dalhousie Lodge Masonic Service 8 p.m. Tuesday. KELLY, Ellen In Renfrew Hospital on Monday, June 28, 1976, Ellen Bridget Cul-hane, wife of the late Mac Kelly, in her 85th year; dear mother of Mrs. Murray Martinson (Noreen), Beaconsfield, Que.; Kevin, of Renfrew; Mrs. G. T. Rutten (Marie), of Calif.; and James, of Ottawa; dear sister of Mrs. Mary Legris of Renfrew. Resting at the Quinn Funeral Home, corner of Railway and Xavier St., Renfrew. Funeral Wednesday, June 30, to St. Francis Xavier Church for mass at 2:30 p.m. Interment parish cemetery. Journal Box Rtptits F 936 983 989 992 B 10 12 20 38 48 52 54 55 57 61 71 80 87 105 111 129 140 Replies Mailed June 2876 B 28 109 110 117 119 121 125 .128 132 133 135 136 141 147 148 151 Death; Deaths McCULLOCH, Margaret (Peggy) In hospital at Glasgow, Scotland, on Thursday, June 24, 1976, following a lengthy illness, beloyed mother of Irene McCulloch Bourne, of Ottawa; dear wife of Samuel G. McCulloch, of Glasgow, Scotland. Funeral June 28 in Glasgow. In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to send donations to the Cancer Society. McMICHAEL, Thomas Daniel Of Grenville, Que., died June 26, 1976, in his 72nd year, beloved husband of May Farrara; and father of Mrs. Jack Flood (Eunice), Buckingham; Mrs. Richard Moore (Laura), of Alexandria, Ont.; Mrs. Jean Hill, Sutton, Ont.; Mrs. Clifford Woods (Frances), Sudbury, Ont. Resting at J.G. Desforges Funeral Home, 188 Main St., Grenville. Funeral was held Tuesday, June 29, at 2 p.m. in the chapel. Burial Calumet cemetery. McNEELY, Arthur Ernest In hospital Carleton Place, Ont., on Sunday, June 27, 1976, Arthur Ernest McNeely, beloved husband of Estella Lyons; dear father of Lois (Mrs. Mac James), R.R. 3 Carleton Place; Douglas J., Agin-court; dear brother of the late Ethel (Mrs. Percy Leach); also survived by six grandchildren;' in his 82nd year. Resting at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Ave. W., Carleton Place, thence to St. James Anglican Church for service on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. Interment United cemeteries. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice. NOORT, Dirk In hospital on Saturday June 26, 1976. Dirk Noort of R.R.3, Winchester, in his 50th year. Son of Leenderrand Geer-twida Noort.' Beloved husband of Alberta Vandem-heen and father of Trudy, (Mrs. Harry Bakker), Brockville; Lennard, at home; Margriet, Ottawa; Betty, (Mrs. Charles De-Haan), Cornwall; Lubbert, Marian, Dickie and Peter, all at home. Brother of Leenard, R.R.3, Winchester; Bill and Stan, both of Vancouver. Also three sisters, Maartje, Tilda and Dirkje and one brother Pieter, all in Holland. Resting at the Vice and Craig Ltd. Funeral Home, 505 Church Street, Winchester. Funeral service at the Christian Reformed Church, Williamsburg on Tuesday June 29 at 2.00 p.m. Interment Williamsburg Union Cemetery. PATENAUDE, Lucille Au Centre Hospitaller Univer-sitaire, Sherbrooke, on June 27, 1976, aged 66 years, Lucille Cousineau, beloved wife of Roland Pa-tenaude; daughter of the late Honorable Louis Cousineau and Donalda Wil-scam; survived by her son, Pierre (lawyer), and daughter-in-law Lise (McManman); her grandchildren, Lydie and Yves-Andre, Genevieve, all of Sherbrooke; her sisters, Francoise (Mrs. Rene Pharand), Simone (Mrs. Melgund- Bouchard) and Donalda De Sayette, all of " Hull; Lise (Dr. H. Grivois) of Paris; and also two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Madeleine Lesage and Miss Lucette Patenaude, of Montreal. Funeral Wednesday, June 30, from J.R. Deslauriers, 790 St. Croix Blvd., for service in St. Hippolyte Church at 10 a.m., thence to Cote des Neiges cemetery M In lieu of flowers, masse" sent to Glory of the Lord and for the repose of the soul of the deceased, would be appreciated. PEARSE, Donna Accidentally on Sunday, June 27, 1976, Donna Pearse, loving daughter of Desmond and Ella Pearse; sister of Kathy, Julie and Dan. Resting Veitch-Draper Ltd., 453 Parkdale Ave., at Gladstone. Funeral Wednesday 2.30 p.m. SHEAHAN, Jeremiah (Jerry) Accidentally on Monday, June 28, 1976, ' Jeremiah Lawrence (Jerry) Sheahan, age 21, dearly loved son of Clarence and Margaret (Breen) Sheahan, of 85 Glebe Ave., dear brother of Nancy, Clarence (Jr.), Pamela, Veronica and Paula (Mrs. Gerry Aubrey). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home 2313 Carling Ave. (west of Woodroffe), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Friday to Blessed Sacrament Church for mass at 9 a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. Deaths SIMPSON, Elizabeth At the Barry Memorial Hospital, Ormsdown, Que., on June 26, 1976, Elizabeth Main, beloved wife of the late Peter Simpson; dear mother of Harry, Jenny and Dorothy (Mrs. R. Yvon); grandmother of Scott, Paul, Sandra, Pauline and Marc. Funeral from D.A. Collins Chapel, 5610 Sherbrooke St. West, on Wednesday, June 30, at 11 a.m. to Mount Royal cemetery. STARK, Mary Elizabeth Suddenly in hospital, Shaw-ville. Que., Sunday, June 27, 1976; Mary Elizabeth Cameron, beloved wife of Albert (Bert) O. Stark, in her 67th year; dear mother of Jean (Mrs. Sherwood Storey), Edmonton; Joan (Mrs.JEmmond Bell), Ottawa; "Robert, of Atikokan, Ont.; Swart, Manotick; Helen (Mrs. Rick Rout-liffe). Fort Couionge; Beverley (Mrs. Larry Hall), Fairbanks, Alaska; and Sandra, at home; survived by 25 grandchildren; dear sister of Pat (Mrs. Howard Brown), Oakville, Ont.; Donald, Shawville; and Jack, Verdun.' Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shawville, Que. Funeral Wednesday, June 30 at 1.30 p.m. for service at Stark's Corner United Church. Interment church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Pontiac Community Hospital would be appreciated. TRUDEL, Mr. Alfred Of Bradley St., Ottawa (Van-ier), passed away June 28, 1976, in hospital, age 76 years, beloved husband of the late Esther Lachance by first marriage and De-marise Desjardins by second marriage; dear father of Robert, Ottawa; and Gerard, St. Hilaire, Que.; also survived by nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild; predeceased by one son, Alfred, and one daughter, Catherine. Mr. Alfred Trudel will be resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthler Funeral Directors, 300 Olm-stead from 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 29. Eucharistic celebration Wednesday- at Notre Dame de Lourdes Church, Ottawa, 2 p.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. UMMAT, Miss Sudesh At her home, 158A MacArthur Rd., on Sunday, June 27, 1976, Miss Sudesh Ummat. Resting at Hulse and Play-fair West Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave. Funeral arrangements to be announced later. VICE & CRAIG LIMITED " Funeral Homes METCALFE WINCHESTER CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 One convenient telephone number serves all 3 locations FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE A Quiet, Courteous, Dependable Service MODERATE RATES 233-4773 584 Somerset Street West HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED DICKSON. Laureen GRAINGE. Horace Edgar UMMAT. Miss Sudesh Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 Lost ANYONE who found a Simpson's box containing a blue dress on Queen street, sat., June 26tn. can jj-um, otters. BLACK wallet. Bonk Street, neor Civic Centre. Please return I D., Jeff Wil liams, 729-4960. BOY'S wallet contained OC Tronspo IO, oreo westboro Lvon's Club playground. Please Keep money and return wallet, 746-9930. CAT, snort blue orev hoir, tot. talk ative, Craig Henry Greenbonk area. 829-9057. CAT, white female, different colored eves, Glebe area. Reward. 238-7824, after 6. DIAMOND solitaire and gold wedding band loined by tape, on Innes Rood between Blockburn Hamlet and Or- leans. Sentimental value. Reword. 745-5261, 4.30-6. FEMALE German pointer, brown with white ticking, answers to nome Light-, enlng, last seen Avlmer Rood and Con-nought Race Track Days 733-5213; evenings 684-4368. Reward. FEMALE white Somoyed, answers to Misty. Ottawa south oreo. Reward. 731-5860. GOLD charm bracelet. Glebe Colle-glote or porting lot. Reword. 684-8429. GOLD coloured metal wheel cover for Bulck. Saturday night, vicinity Elgin and Laurier. Reword, 232565. . ,. . GOLD cross tost West End between Parkda e and Island pork Drive, in scription on bock reads from Granny ortn Grompo Eoan, Christmas 1974. Keepsake. 779-0674. Urt GOLD snake earring, Bavshore or Corlingwood Shopping Centre, or vicinity Civic Hospital. Reward, evenings, 829-7804. JUNE 18th, Rhodesion Rldgebock, ton, answers to "Beau." Park wood Hills area. Reward. 224-2662; 237-6571. KEMPTVILLE, lost part Siamese male house cot, onswers to Sabie, If found please coll Advance Newspaper office or 258-5544, otter 6. KEYS on Bonk Street near Billings Bridge. Reword. 733-6654. LAOY'S wedding ring, south of Bank wrmn. Kewara Arrer s, 5-i LARGE St. Bernard, yeors old. iiw.ii mwm una wniie. Q-IJO. LOST Friday evening, June 25, from 91 Flora St., medium si led mixed female Shephord and cdlte wearing light brawn collar, light brown in color with white paws and chest, white strip on forehead, answers to the nome of ., w " i win ner you con return her to us by either calling 234- " u, iiiv iirr in vi riora Mreer, ttc mm nci very mutn. LOST, dork brown alligator wallet in iwicM venire, riease coll 592-1542, reword. LOST! Daschund, female, black, Dunrabln oreo. lost seen Sunday, June 27, please phone, 832 1352. LOST, grey and white cat, vicinity Elgin and Pork. Reword, 234-8614 MAN S wrist watch, Rodania. stainless steel. Reword. 838-5078. MEN'S eyeglasses, leather case, vicinity Carlingwood. downtown Holiday Inn. 729-2561 extension 419. PASSPORT, Iraqi, Identification N H. A aha. Passport number A-OI3576-576. Call 231-4980 or 236-9177. REO Ooberman In Norway Lake area. Any Information, 1-432 2355. REWARD tor gold bracelet lost vicinity of Hayloft and or parking lot, June 11th. 838-2428. REWARD for return of rlna, dlomond solitoire in wide white gold bond, lost vicinity Don Thompson Jewellers, Bank Street, June 24. B28-44B1r-otter 6. RUSSELL vicinity, block and white mole dog with Somoved-llke head, hair and body, but Basset legs. Kingston tqg, reword. 445-5506. SE I KO gold wcrtch, expansion bracelet, vicinity Parkdale near Queenswav exit East. 728-2774. Reword. SMALL Collle-IIke Shetland Sheeodoa, female, buffgold with white mark ings. Reward. 521-3908. ST. BERNARD, young female, vicinity Lower Town. 235-1255, Reword. ST, PIUS green locket lost at Rider's game. 225-7435. Reword. TRAILER spare tire and brocket, Queenswav and Maitland, Sunday. 592-4501, offer 5. YOUR pet may be at Humane Society Shelter, visit shelter to make sure. 3-YEAR-OLD grey, white long-haired cat. 728-3309. 4-YEAR-old Himalayan cat, Siamese markings, Persian long fur. neutered and declawed, Mac Kay and Electric. Rword. 741-8031. 5 LB. SHAGGY white dog at Forest Ridge Townhouses. Baseline near Greenbonk. If found phone 820-0242; 820-5104. 6. Found BLACK kitten with white soot on chest and tip of tall, Parkway Park. Contact Humane Society. KEY with yellow tog on Chomplaln Bridge. After 6, 722-6775. MALE Irish Setter, Manotick Station area. 821-2147. MALE tabby kitten, Bank and Sunny-side, very affectionate. 521-1758, 824- 8254. RED Setter, male, Glebe area. 234-6818. SET of keys. Colonel By Drive - Carleton University, 234-8533, between 4 and 9 p.m. SMALL ton female dog, with white on toce, feet and toll, found night of June 25, in lobby Holiday Inn, Kent and Sparks. 995-9813; 833-2573. WATCH found near Corllng Avenue and Fisher. 224-2032. WEDDING band, vicinity James Street, yellow gold. 7334532, after 5.30. 13. In Momoriams FLEMING-WATTERS In loving memory 01 our dear sons ond brothers, Brion ond Scott, who died accidentally June 29, 1974. Too dearly loved to Ever be forgotten. Mom, Dad and Gary. HOLMES In loving memory of a deor son ond brother. Father Gerald, who passed away June 29, 1975. Sod and sudden was the call, So dearly loved bv one ond all. His memory Is as sweet today. As in the hour he passed away. Daddy and Sisters. KILLARN , In loving memory of my dear daughter, Marlorie, who passed away June 29, 1973. Times go but memories still stay. As dear as yesterday, -Lonely hours of thinking of vou deor. Mother. McSHEFFRE Y In loving memory of a dear wife, mother ond grandmother Margaret McShetfrev, who passed away June 28, 1975. She was always there to help us out, A tender smile, we never heard her shout. She helped us In a thousand little ways, A helping hand o smile or two, Lord, how we miss her eyes so blue, Yes. we miss you Maw In so many different ways. Albert, Pot, Lcona and Families. NICHOL In loving memory of a dear mother, Annie Nlchol, who passed away June 29, 1968. There Is a sad but sweet remembrance, There Is a memory fond and true; There is a token of affection, Mother, And a heartoche still for you. Daughter Margaret. WATSON In loving memory of a deor husband and father, Floyd, who passed away June w. tv4. Ever remembered. William, Robert, Sharon and Sheila. 15. Cards of Thanks NORTON We wish to express our sincere thanks ond appreciation to relatives and friends for their acts of kindness In the recent toss of our deor father and brother, Everett who passed away June 25, 1976. Daughters and Son, Brothers and Sisters. 20. Florists FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED OUR BUSINESS IS GROWING . . . FOR YOU 737-0750 37. Beauty Salons HAIR stylist, full or port time, no Saturdays Included, Unisex shop. Reflections Hoir Studio. 356 Elgin, 235-1678. 38. Nursing Homos BEAUTIFULLY lenuvuled retirement home has very pleasant accommodations and homey otmosphere In Glebe. 234-0590. 829-3637, evgs. SHEFFIELD House Retirement Home. I3 dolly. Kemotvllle, 258-288

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