The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on August 22, 1975 · Page 34
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Friday, August 22, 1975
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34 Friday, August 22, 1975 The Ottawa Journal Births 3. Deaths 3. Deaths Deaths Lost CLASSIFICATION ltillll5pSlil DIRECTORY ' SllPiBill Vital statistics! 1. Adoptions 2. Births 3. Deaths 4. Obituaries 5. Lost 6. Found Notices: 14. Anniversary Mauts - 15. Cards of Thanks 14. Funeral Directors 17. Cemeterv Memarlats ij. in ivutmunaini 17a Cemeterv Lots .. . Ill snH I nilnal 19. Churchat ?1. Cemeteries 29. DruQQists Open Sunday 29a Drugqists Open Monday " 20. Service Stations Services: 23. Banquets and Parties ,34. Take-Out Foods 3$. Where to Go 36. Hotels- and Motels 37. Beauty Salons , 1 38. Nursing Homes 39. Gardeninq and Landscaping - 40. Ambulance Service 54. Apartments to Let 55. Furnished Apartments to Let 51. Apartments Wanted 57. Houses. Garden Homes 59. Furnished Apartments Wanted 59. Sublets 60. Rooms to Let 61. Rooms Wanted 6? Room and Board 42A. Share Accommodation 1 Business Opportunities Industrial properties Property for Sale Property tor Rent Property Wanted Income Property Commercial Property Out of Town Property Forms for Sale Farms tor Rent Farms Wanted to Buy Cottaqes for Sale Cottaqes for Rent Cottaqes Wanted Cottaqe Lots for Sale Warehouse Soaca Offices to Let Offices Wanted ro Let Stores to Let Stores Wanted to Let Resorts Hunting and Fishing Articles! 87. Ski Corner 88. Snowmobiles 89. Snow Blowers 90. Bicycles 91. Cameras, Photo Supplies 93. Articles tor Sale 93. Articles Wanted 94. Articles for Rent 95. Articles for Swap 96 Antiques and Fine Art 97. Firewood and Fuel 98. Market Basket 99. Machinery and Equipment 100 Pet Stock tot. Livestock ana founrv 102. Stamps and Coins 103. Hobbles 104. Boats and Motors 107. Musical Supplies 108. Radio - Television Autos: 119. Auto Leaslnq 120. Autos lor Sale 121. Autos Wanted 122. Auto Accessories 123. Sports Cars 124. Auto Parts 125. Motor Sports Events Trucks: 129. Trucks tor Sale 130. Truck Bodies Parts 131. Trucks Wanted Trailers: "62. Motor Homes 133. Trailers tor Sale 134. Trailers tor Rent ,tt5 Mobile Homes for Sale 134. Mobile Homes tor Rent 137. Mobile Hames Moved 138. Mobile Home Parks 139. Mobile Homes Exchanged 140. Campers' Post " T41. Campers' Supplies Motorcycles 145. Motorcycles for Sale 146. Motorcycles for Rent 147. Scooters for Sate 148. Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous: 151. Garaqes 152 Parklnq Space 153. Winterizing 157. Houses for Sale ltt. Real Estate Services 159. Condominiums 160. Furnished Houses to Let 161. Furnished Houses Wonted to Let 167. Houses Wanted to Let 163. Houses Wanted to Buy Mill! 176. Personal Memos 177. Transportation Available 179. Transportation Wanted 179. Camps Boys' and Girls' EEI111113B ray financing 166. Money Wanted 17 Money Availobie IBt Mortqaoes 1W Investments 194. Patents and Copy 239 Office Help 240 Restaurant Hotel Help 71 Heio Wonted 242 Salespersons and Aqent 243 Positions vacant 244 ProtesMnnai Services 244 Hospital Help Wanted 247 Employment wanted 28 OomeMc Heio 249 T earner I Wanted 250 1 union ?5r Trade 7(2. Baby Service 760. 1I Auction 77. t Your Service V ; . ilitM'!:; - 'jfrtr X til kJ-lz mmimmmmJMmmmmm SUDSED FOR CIRCUS Trainer Roy Davenport hoses down a 300-pound lion that appears to view the bath as less than a treat. They will appear in a firemen's benefit circus in Cleveland, Ohio. (AP Photo). Today and TODAY Why? Why Not?, exhibit honoring 19 Canadian women scientists, National Museum of Natural Sciences, and The Athapaskans: Strangers of the North, exhibition on the Indians of northwest Canada and Alaska; National Museum of Man. Metcalfe and McLeod Streets, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Exoerimental art exhibi- ! tion, city hall foyer, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Supervised mobile play units fro children, Grandview Park, Grandview Road, and Bellfield Park, Desmond Ave-i ' mie, 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. x Exhibit of lunar communications relay unit used by ground crew during the Apollo 16 flight, National Museum of Science and Technology, 1867 St. Laurent Blvd., 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Blood donor clinic, Ottawa Civic Hospital, outpatients department, 2.30 p.m. to S p.m. Free public swimming, Canterbury pool, 1.30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Blithe Spirit, Ottawa Little Theatre, 8.30 p.rm TOMORROW Why? Why Not?, exhibit honoring 19 Canadian women scientists, National Museum of Natural Sciences, and The Athapaskans: Strangers of the North, an exhibition on the Indians of northwest Canada and Alaska, National Museum of Man, Metcalfe and CAREER ADVERTISING DEADLINES . jij ISSUE Or: DEADLINE. ' ' Monday 12 noon Thursday i Y Tuesday 12 noon Friday i V Wednesday 12 noon Monday i y Thursday 12 noon Tuesday i Friday 12 noon Wednesday 'i Saturday 11.00 A.M. Thursday i I f The Ottawa Journal Career Pages are published I , i Every Day i IITiTtaniiai ! I I Career Advertising 1 1 36S LAURIER AVE. W., OTTAWA. ONT. K1G 3K6 1 H (613) 563-3769 EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS POLICE: Ottawa 230-6211 Ottawa 232-1551 Nepean 829"22" Nepean 828-2787 Gloucester 822-2916 Vanier 746-3000 Gloucester 822-2343 Hull 776-5544 Vanier 749-5963 Aylmer-Lucerne . . 684-531 1 Hu) 777 ,8) , OPP 828-9171 QPP 770-9111 Aylmer-Lucerne. 684-53 M Medical Emergency Information 236-2545 Ottawa Distress Centre 238-331 1 Road Conditions . . 745-7049 745-7040 Rape Crisis Centre 238-6666 ' AMBULANCE: Ottawa . 237-4545 Hull . . . 771-7343 N POISON CONTROL CENTRE Children's Hospital 521-4040 I tomorrow McLeod Streets, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Experimental art exhibition, city hall foyer, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ottawa 'n About, free films for visitors to the city, city hall, 2 p.m. Exhibit of lunar communications relay unit used by ground crew during the Apollo 16 flight, National Museum of Science and Technology, 186? St. Laurent Blvd., 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ottawa Valley flower show, Experimental Farm, main lawn, 2.30 p.m. to dusk. No charge for parking or admis-sion. Free films, National Gallery, 2 p.m. Greaser dance, West Ottawa Community Centre, 8 p.m. Blithe Spirit, Ottawa Little Theatre, 8.30 p.m. Births ARSENAULT - Ken and Louise (nee Woodrow) an- nounce the arrival of Craig -Woodrow, 7 lbs.r on Aug18, 1975, at the Civic Hospital. BLAIR Dick and Marion are happy to announce the birth of a son, 10 lbs. 2 ozs., on Aug. 19th, 197S, at the Grace Hospital, a brother for Kathy, Ricky, Billy. Special thanks to Dr. Hulley and caseroom staff. FIRE: BLUNT Paul and Jean happily announce the birth, of their first child, Stuart David, 7 lbs., 11 ozs., on Aug. 18, 1975. - Special thanks to Dr. Taylor and Riverside caseroom staff. GRIMES Bob and Sue Grimes are proud to an nounce the arrival of their son, Allen Douglas, 7 lbs. 8 ozs., on Aug. 18, 1975, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. First grandchild to Donny and Colleen Grimes and Doug and Maureen Drummond. HUGHES Informed Ottawa sources have revealed the ar rival of a Morgan Liam, 8 lbs. 8 ozs., who will be joining the domestic establishment of Matt and Paula (nee Gas-karfh) fprmerly of Burnaby, B.C. Interviewed at Ottawa General Hospital, Morgan Llam had no comments for reporters: A spokesman for " the new" arrival, :: however, said that Morgan Liam wished to express bis thanks to Drs. Conklin-and- Busque and to the caseroom staff. LIEFF David and Zena (nee Hoffman) are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Aug. 20, 1975, at the Civic Hospital. All well. - McKENZIE - On Aug. 21, 1975, to Pat (nee1 Coghlan) and George, a girl, 7 lbs. 14 ozs., at Riverside Hospital. Just like her mother, arrived late but in a hurry. First granddaughter for Eva and Tom Coghlan and third for Myrtle and Ed McKenzie. PISOTELU-Joe and Margaret (nee Girouard) are happy to announce the arrival of their first child, Ricardo Giuseppe, born Aug. 19, 1975, at Riverside Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Krzaniak and caseroom staff. ROBERTS Andy and Liz (nee Traill) are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Scott Andrew, on Aug. 22, 1975 at the Riverside Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Taylor and caseroom staff. THOMPSON - Doug and Cathy (nee Lacroix) are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Donavon Douglas, 6 lbs., 11 ozs., on Aug. 19, 1975, at the Grace Hospital. Deaths AMO, Mrs. Delia In hospital on Thursday, Aug. 21, 1975, Delia Paquette, age 81 years, beloved wife of Jack Amo, 1176 Wellington St.; dear sis ter of Ambrose Paquette, Ot tawa; dear stepmother of John, William . and Patrick, all of Ottawa. Friends may call at the McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 23S Kent St., Funeral Saturday to Holy Rosary Church, mass 9 a.m. Interment St. Francis Xavier cemetery, Renfrew. BAYNE, Robert In hospital on Thursday, Aug. 21, 1975, Bob Bayne, former Inspector, Ottawa Police Department. Beloved hu'band of May Breckenridge of 505 Bathurst Ave., in his 71st year; dear father of Robert and Malcolm; brother of Catherine and Helen Bayne; survived also by seven grandchildren. Resting Veitch Draper Ltd., 703 Bank St. Service in chapel Saturday at 9.45 a.m. Interment Merivale cemetery. CAMPBELL, Helen May -Suddenly at her residence, 1482 Orchard Ave., on Wednesday. Aug. 20, 1975, Helen May Docksteader, widow of W. Gerald Henderson by first marriage and Rob-, ert D. Campbell by . second marriage; survived by a sister-in-law, Mrs. J.' S. Har-burn, Calgary and two nieces, Mrs. Wallace Anderson, Edmonton; Mrs. Glenn Downes, Winnipeg. Resting Veitch Draper Ltd., 703 Bank St. where friends may call Satur day after 1 p.m. Service in Chanel Monday 11 a.m. Interment Ormond Baptist cemetery. FRECHETTE, Hormidas Ir local hifpital on Thursday Aura't 21, 1975, age 82. midas Frechette, of 33 L?-casre St., Hull, beloved hu' band of the late Yvonne Dore; dear father of Le Aurele, Gllles and Miss Co. lombe Frechette, all of Hull; brother of Edgar; grandfa ther of three grandchildren Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Director, 101 Notre Dame St., Hull, after 1 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday, in Notre Dame de Lorette Church at 9 a.m. In terment Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. Visiting hours 1-5 and 7-10 p.m. GILDERS, Lloyd C. - At Pe terborough Civic Hospital, on Saturday, August 16, 1975, Uoyd Gilders, beloved husband of Marlon Powell; dear father of Gordon of Campbell-ford; and Gary, of Peterborough; eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Willian Gilders, of Ottawa; dear brother of Fred, Tom am' Leona Gilders and Mrs. Den. elda Hanson, all of Ottawa; Roy Gilders, of Peterborough, Lome, deceased, of Thunde: Bay. The funeral was held Tuesday, August 19, in the chapel of the Cornstock Funeral Home, Rev. R. Mac-Crury, George St. United Church officiating. Interment Little Lake cemetery. GILLESPIE, T. Edgar In hospital on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 1975, of 830 Iroquois Rd , beloved husband of the late Eva Mears; dear father of -Sheila, Ottawa, Ian, Toronto-brother of Muriel, Alma, "Leah and (Ursula) Mrs. Louis -Qioquette;- brother of Coleman, Detroit; predeceased by a brother Frank; dear grandfather of Andrew Gillespie. . Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St. Funeral Saturday to Our Lady of Fatima Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. G I R O U X , Genevieve On Wednesday, Aug. 20, 197S, Genevieve Turcotte, beloved wife of the late Victor Giroux, of Thompson St., Ottawa, age 69; dear mother of Victor, of Campbell River, B.C.; Mrs. Donald Prot (Joanne Marie); Mrs. Henri Robillard (Connie), both of Ottawa; Mrs. Robert Brind'Amour (Sylvia Dawn), Vanier; sister of Harold, Mrs. Gerald O'Cal-laghan (Margaret), Mrs. Dorothy O'Callaghan, all of Smiths Falls.' Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 300 Olmstead, Vanier. Funeral Saturday, Aug. 23, to St. Joseph's Church at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Hull. GRAHAM, Robert Sandford, M. M. Red Chevron In hospital on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 1975, beloved husband of Lura Jackson, dear father of Robert Jackson Graham, Ajax; grandfather of Andrea, Jane and Jamie; brother of Olive Fay, Sault Ste. Marie; uncle of Audrey Graham, Montreal. Life member of Pembroke Canadian Legion. Past Master of Enterprise Lodge A.F. and A.M., 516 Beachburg. Resting at Hulse "and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street, where friends may call on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Private family service on Saturday. In lieu of flowers donations to the Ontario Cancer Foundation, care of The Ottawa Civic Hospital, would be appreciated. GRIFFIN, Peter B. - Suddenly in Istanbul, Turkey, on Monday, Aug. 18, 197S, in his S4th year, beloved husband of Dorothy Mary Park; dear father of (Carol Ann) Mrs. E. T. Renolds, Jr., and Peter; also survived by his mother, Mrs. Peter Griffin; a sister, Margaret; three brothers, Patrick, Dan and Brendan and one granddaughter, Johanna Louise Renolds. Resting at the Wray Walton Wray Funeral Home, 1234 Mountain St., Montreal. Funeral service at the Church of the Ascension of Our Lord, We;tmount on Monday, Aug. 25 at 10 a.m. Visitation Friday 7-10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. HALEY, Martin Joseph In Victoria, B.C. on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 1975, beloved hus band of Rose Lawless, 1883 Carnarvon Street, Victoria father of Billy and loving brother of Rose Shields of Ot- t a w a . Several nieces and nephews. Funeral in Victoria, HYNDMAN, Katherine (Kaye) In hospital on Saturday, Aug. 16, 1975, in her 56th year; wife of Ralph; mother of Alana and Paul; sister of Alice (Mrs. G. A. Prentice) of Toronto; Roberta (Mrs. E Filek) of Builington; anc' Buddie of Sydney, Nova Sco tia. Memorial Service was held on Tuesday at 9.00 a.m. at Rothwell United Church, 42 Sumach Street. In lieu of flowers, donations were sent to the Cancer Foundation. Journal Subscription Rates By MAIL: SI !5 o M. KM month or $50 00 year delivered ny where. ;Afurdv only Me wwtt or S76.00 vtar By CARRIER. 141.70 VMr or BSC a week SINGLE COPy PRICE: WtvVdava I Sc. Saturday 3K. JAMJESON Percy - In Ren frew Hospital, on Friday, Aug. 22, 1975, Percy Jamie- . son, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Jamieson, In his 64th year. Visitations at the Goulet Funeral Home, 310 Ar-gyle St. S., Renfrew. Celebration of the- Eucharist at the Church of St. Francis Xavier, Saturday, Aug. 23, at 2.30 p.m. Interment parish cemetery. LACROIX, Roger (Peter) - In Montfort Hospital, on Aug. 8, 1975, at the age of 48. Mr. Lacroix willed his body to medical research, retired D.N.D. employee (Government Printing Bureau, Hull, Quebec). Funeral mass at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 25. High mass at 5.30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4 at St. Vincent de Paul Church, Stanley Ave., Ottawa. LINDSAY, Grace In hospital on Aug. 21, 1975, Grace Fish er. Wife of the late Guy Lindsay and Ralph L. Cordingley; m o t h e r of - Patricia-Cor-dingley; sister of Dr. J. W. Fisher. Funeral service at St. Thomas the Apostle Anglican church, Alta yista Drive on Saturday at 10 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers donations to The Canadian Arthritic Association, 436 MacLaren St. would be appreciated. LLOYD, Gladys Minnie In hospital on Thursday, Aug. 21, 1975, Gladys Hedges, age 81, of 34 MacLaren St., wife of Harry Lloyd; dear mother of Harry and Rose (Mrs. Mel-vin M u r r e 1 1 ) , of Bristol Mines, Que.; sister of Ada Thompson, George, Victor, Jane, Margaret and Chris, all of Swinton Wilts, England; also survived by 17 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre' Town). Funeral service in the chapel Saturday at 9 a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. MacMASTER, Anna At her home, Aug. 22, 1975, Anna MacMaster, Kemptville, age 84, dear sister of Jennie and Minnie. Resting Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville. Service in the chapel Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment Union cemetery. MAIER, Franziska In hospital on Thursday, Aug. 21, 1975, Franziska Schoenle, wife of the late Otto Maier; dear mother of Henry, Ottawa; and Fritz, Germany; dear sister of Josie Sauter, Upper Nyack, N.Y.TLudwig and August Schoenle, both in Germany. Resting Hulse and Playfair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave. Service Saturday morning. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. Friends may call on Friday evening from 7-9 p.m. McMULLEN, Sybil i- In hospital, after a lengthy illness, on Thursday, Aug. 21, 1975, Sybil Moore, 477 Highcroft Ave., in her 73rd year, beloved wife of Henry McMullen, dear sister of Roy, of Windsor; Dora (Mrs. Everett Porteous), of Ottawa; dear aunt of Sandra, Gary, David, Donald, Marilyn and Lenny. Tubman Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Details later. MILLETTE, Bernard On Au-guft1 20, 1975, Bernard Mil-lette, age 58, of 30 St. Dominique St., Hull (employee of National Printing Bureau), beloved husband of Madeleine Wiseman; father of Helen (Mrs. J. Babes), Suzanne (Mrs. W. Westphalen) and Jean Guy Millette. Memorial service at Notre Dame de Lorette Church, Begin St., Val Tetreau, Saturday, August 23, at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers masses would be appreciated. By request of the deceased remains have been donated to the University for Medical research. MOSKALUK, Mrs. Connie In hospital on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 1975, Connie Carriere, age 85 years, beloved wife of William Moskaluk, 2975 Linton Rd.; sister of Charles, Winnipeg; and snter-in-law of Mrs. Frances Carriere, Saskatoon. Friends may call at the McEvoy Shiel's Futiera Home, 235 Kent St.' Funeral Saturday to Holy Cross Church (Walkley Road). Mass 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. Journal Box Replies i A-S62 588 592 635 660 686 723 743 7S6 762 763 770 777 7851 799 801 803 808 813 828 Replies mailed Aug. 2175. .A-776 780 781 785 798 80S 806 810 811 812 824 826 833 834 83S 837 NOLAN, Mary Bridget - In hospital on Friday, Aug. 22, 1975, Mary Bridget McKenna, age 82, of Manotick; widow of Joseph Nolan; dear mother of Leonard, Grace (Mrs. Irvin McNeely), Helen (Mrs. Smyth O'Brien); dear sister of Rev. Sister Francis of Assisi, Rev. Sister Mary Martha and Pe-tronella (Mrs. Dan Nolan). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre Town). Friends may call after 2 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday to St. Mary's Church, South Gloucester for mass. Interment parish cemetery. PARKER, Margaret In hospital on Thursday, Aug.1 21, 1975, Margaret Baker, 1339 Meadowlands Dr., beloved wife of C. Ross Parker; dear - mother of John, Fort Devon, Mass.; Margaret (Mrs. Gary Montgomery), Kathryn (Mrs. Randy Favell),' Jeannine. all of Ottawa; also survived by her beloved parents Mr. "and -Mrs,. W, A. Baker, of Chelmsford, Mass.; sister of William Baker, of McDonough, N.Y.; also survived by two grandchildren Misty and Kevin. Resting Hulse and Playfair,-Central Chapel, 315 McLeod S t .. Service Monday, time later. Cremation to follow. Friends may call on Saturday and Sunday from 24 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers dona tions to the Ontario Cancer Foundation in care of Ottawa Civic Hospital. SHAIL, Rosanna At her resi-deno, R.R. 2, Carleton Place, Ont., on Thursday, Aug. 21, 1975, Rosanna Quinn, beloved wife of Richard C. Shail, in . her 84th year; dear mother of Evelyn (Mrs. George Harding), Arnprior; predeceased, by O r v i 1 1 e ; survived by grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Ave. West, Carleton Place, from Thursday at 7 p.m. Fu- " neral service in the funeral home on Friday, at 2 p.m., Rev. Allan McGregor officiating. Interment United cemetery. SHERIDAN, Margaret Minota In hospital on Thursday, Aug. 21, 1975, Margaret Minota Kirkpatrick, of 464 Holland Ave., beloved wife of John Francis Sheridan; daughter of the late Frederick and Annie (Vick) Kirkpatrick; dear aunt of Anne (Mrs. Robert Stinson), of Oshawa and Susan (Mrs. Douglas Clan-cey), of Ottawa; predeceased by a brother William. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 58 5 Somerset St. (Centre Town), where friends may call from 7-9 p.m. Saturday and from 2-S and 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Monday to St. Mary's church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowe-s donations to the charity of your choice appreciated. TURNER, Ethel V. C. - In hospital on Thursday, Aug. 21, 1975, Ethel V. C. Russell, . age 70, beloved wife of Kendall Turner; and mother of Robert; sister of Winnie and Dorothy; grandmother of Linda and Gary. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service on Saturday at 10 a.m. YLLO, Antero (Andy) Dept. of Mines and Energy Accidentally in a .helicopter crash at Great Bear Lake, N.W.T. on Saturday, June 21, 1975, Antero Yllo (born Es-tonia), beloved husband of Elvi Tooms, age 50, son-in-law of Dr. A. Tooms. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 31S McLeod St. Service on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. Burial in Kupio, Finland. Friends may call from 5-9 p.m. on Friday. McEVOY SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 THE FINEST IN FACILITIES AND SERVICE 6 p.m. CK0Y NEWS ANO ANNOUNCEMENTS HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED GRAHAM. Robert LINDSAY. Or ace MAIER, Franziska PARKER. Mrgtrtl TURNER. Ethel V. C. YLLO. Antero (Andyl Centrol Chopel 233-1143 West Chapel . . 728-1761 BANK and Somartct, Friday, July IS, 10-monlh-otd tamala cat. gray tabby, black itrlpai. Clao. Raward. T34-I17. BLACK kltttn, Llsgar and Kant Straet araa, Madlcal afnnllon ntadad. J3-5210 anytlma. BROWN wanet, turn ot monay, auo. IS. Rtward, 733-WOi. " ELDF.RLY, gray and whltt longhaired s50'l;;jl ': Old Cnaiaaa. Reward. J27-2274. 001.0 Identification bracelet, Intcrlp- n.., Miuimenioi value, ra-ward. e-768. LOST in West End, thoroughbred col- ' w wwn ana wnire leuie type. Reward. Taylor, 770-140J or daytime, TY2-087. MEDIUM the Collie type doa, brown, Richmond, Ont. area. (31-2210. SfTfH bMk' Brentwood Park, Main SMALL oil grey female cat, thurway. -, vihiuiiy irit-noogrotta. 224- SMAIL, thy, Lynxpolnt tlameie cot. -.I... ,rn uwr wnn grey wiped foce and toll, blue eyes, pink nose," "mole, beloved, reward 2S, 731-3(7;, SMALL black dog, named Sky, GlVbe area, brown leather collar, licence No. 139. S.38-4947, 23J-9. Reward. STEKL security box, containing per- r iiy family. WHITE Angora female cat, ld"yeers . amte rnaay, Aug. 15, Brlttv iv Drive. 744-5474 or 994-4045. Mr. Hebe rf. iVii k Eikhognd dogs, resem- iWv., n.cmiv7vii.e area, ,a,- 5727 Kemptville. Found BLACK, brown tabby kitten, mole. Gil- a,, near lamer. 2je4274, after J.JO. FEMALE dog, 4 months, black, seme JV, w "mar, uflnx-in ro ares. 235-1495,mftr. 236-3767. GENTLE tabby, female, cat, bushy fell, largtears;wtilteJlb.Vonler. 749-677. I"'5H Setter pup, female. 4 WnthTcleC r. r rieuuquoriers. Alio Vlsro. 744-5481. LUNCH-box, with name of J. Gould wiiiien on ti. uontains glasses. Four.a Pinhey Forest. 825-202. SIAMESE Seel or chocolate point 'a was seen wondering In the woods t Perkins Sur le Lac. Quebec, for pest week. 74:-752V. K 13. in Memoriams BENOIT in loving memory of dear ' wife Delisca, who passed away August 22, 1974. Your heart was the dearest In all the wide world, Your lova the best to recall. For no one on earth could take your place. You are still the dearest of all. Donald, BENOIT in lovlnq memory of a dear mother, grandmother and greot-grandmother, DelsC0, who passed away August 15, 1974. We do not need o special dey To bring you to our mind, For the days we do not think of you Are very herd to find. If all this world were ours'to give, We-d give if, yes, and more. To see the face of mother dear. Come smiling through the door. Lillian and Family. CHAMBERL1N In lovlnq memory of o dear sister and aunt. Alberta Chamberlln, who passed away Aug. 22, 1972. Sad and sudden was the call. So dearly loved by one and alt; Her memory Is as sweet today As In the hour she passed away. Sister Florence and Family. CLIFFORD In loving memory of a door husband and father, Douglas Georoe Clifford, who passed away August 22, 1974. In memory, a dally thought; in heart, a silent sorrow. There Is a link death cannot sever. Love end remembrance last forever. Alrt ond Neil. FREDERICK In loving memory of r. tx. luanny, rrrueritR, my pcwycu ttusband and our children's wonderful lather, who passed away Aug. 22, 1971. Your heart was the dearest In all the wide world, - Your love the best to recall. For no one on earth could take your place. You ere still the dearest of all. Your wife Lois and Family. GILLESPIE In loving memory of our dear mother, Mrs. Eva Helen Gllle-sole, who pessed ewav Aug. 22, 1971. Love's greatest q-lft Is Remembrance. And in our hearts mother dear you wi;l never be forgotten. Sheila and Ian and Edna. GILLESPIE In loving memory of a deer wife, Eva Helen Gillespie, who rassed away Aug. 22, 1971. adly missed and aver remembered. Edgar. GOMEZ In loving remembrance of o deer wife a.-d mother, Mrs. Soffy Gomez, who passed away August 22, 197. God took her home, It was His will. But In our hearts she tlveth still. Husband and Family. LOFTUS In loving memory of a deer wife end mother, Mrs. Anne Loftus, who possed away Aug. 22 1972. Norman and Kathleen. 15. Cards of Thanks MORRISON I would like to express my deepest appreciation for the many acts of kindness, messages of sym- ? lathy, florel trlbutns end donstlons o charitable organlarlloni received during fhe loss of my dear husband, Clarence. I can only say "Thank you most sincerely." Marlorle M. Morrison 16. Funeral Directors RACINE, Robert and Gauthier Reg'd., 237-3410. 240 Besserer, 300 Olmsteed, Falimont, 259 St. Patrick, 131 Notre Dame. 18. Societies Lodges CIVIL SERVICS LODGI No. la BRETHREN of Civil Service Lodge No. 14s AF and AM are hereby summoned to ottend a funeral service for our late brother Antero Yllo, ot Hulse and Playfair Funeral Home, 315 McLeod St. on Friday. August 22. af 0 p.m. Members ot sister lodges Invited. Re. gollo. S.S. Alward, w.M. 20. Florists F.NE'S FLOWERS LIMITED Share some flowers, and suddenly the world looks brighter. 737-0750 35. Where to Go SWIMMING pool, picnic, pottery. On Sundays, Beech Grove Pork, Pontloe country. 1 mile west of Gatlneau Parkwey. Information 7J9-21C9. 39. Gardeit'g & Landscap'g iGOOO clean, black top toll. 11.50 a yard, minimum TO yards. 728-7204. LANDSCAPING end cement work done anytlma. Call 212-4033. 10MSOIL. teertinq, sHHnq. everoreere. I. -t'Os.. paving, cedir henget. tit je,3

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