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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • Page 58

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HOT1 IT rTT 58 10, 1975 The Ottawa Journal 1 3. Births Deaths Lost Today and tomorrow. TODAY Antique photographic equip-ment display, Ottawa public being held from 10:30 to 7 p.m. Outdoors skill night, hosted by Ottwa Boyi' dub and the Ottawa Fish anil Game Conservation Association, 412 Ne-pean 6:30 pjn. Panel -discussion on rock 'music with four local disc jockeys, Highland Park high school auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Admission is free and there are two tickets to tK Toronto Rolling Stones concert as a door prize. Meeting of the board of health of Leeds, Grenville and Lanark district, Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, Old Victoria school, Edmund and George Streets, Carleton Place, 7:30 p.m. Meeting of Friends and Relatives of the Mentally 111, -180 Argyle Room 234, 8 p.m. PRESCRIPTION sunglasses. Mock ef unnytiae, urislM, Drignron ena Rldeau River Or. t2t-l2. REWARD. Black cat, months, Vi Sia mese, ar. Laurenr no Letomaine. 993-9173, 749-3731. REWARD. Piggyback stroller, lost In Simpsons sears, Carlingwood park- Ing lot. 225-47JJ. REWARD $100, all black, femole, giant iniiausr, neavy wiry coot, long eyebrows and beard, pointed ears, cut tail, 7 months old, lost Aylmer. efrt- ar rn-ivjj. REWARD. Part poodle with Mock-white -w mm aiMwr. Rockclltfe Park or.a. 777-5704, cat-529K TABBY cat, male, pink collar, white pawra, rnroar, DsnR-mruiKiev Kg. area. Answers to Mewmew. TO037J. tSD REWARD, for male Siamese Seal- poinr near look Clock Kd. W-62J7, 484-4609. Found BUDGie found Crestvlew tree. Call CENTRE town, neutered male car. long haired, grey with cream mark-Ing. 234-0251. FOUND greyish black poodle-like male wiu, parrnaven area. e2S-l50a. FOUND, brown and white rabbit, vlclrv-Ity Bell High School area. 82S-288). GREY and black striped kitten, 4 vn-inny viewmounr ana Merlvale, 224-4410. MALE Siamese cat, Holmwood Ave. iwiw or ui-nu, SUNDAY, Chateau area. Man'e wallet containing money, drivers licence no inarrjex. rnone ero-uzy. RABBIT, tame, light brown. Civic He, pltal area. Needs 729-7711. 13. In Memoriams library reference department, 120 Metcalfe 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. ExhiBitioo of CNTB handicrafts and aids to the blind. Ottawa public library, main floor, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Filipino Fiesta, food, arts and crafts displays, city hall, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Blood donor clinic, Lans-downe Park, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Free film, National Gallery, 3 p.m. Annual meeting of the Ottawa Council of Home and School Associations, Jack Purceli community centre, .320 Elgin 7:30 p.m. A panel discussion on parents in the schools will follow. Meeting of the Parkwood Hills Community Association, Fisher Heights public school, 10 Coral 8 p.m. TOMORROW Antique photographic equipment display, Ottawa public library reference department, 420 Metcalfe 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Exhibition of CNIB handicrafts and aids to the1 blind, Ottawa public library, main floor, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Filipino Fiesta, food, arts and crafts displays, city hall, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.' Free film, National Gallery, 3 p.m. Celebrity auction, Holiday Inn, Kent Street, 8 p.m. Tickets are proceeds go to Israeli war. dependents. A sale, with free admission, is 260. legals ONTARIO HYDRO MNHIM STATION Contract C-J CM Tradt CoftsfnKffo Ontario Hydro, by Acres Consulting Services Limited, Agent, invites contractors to submit tenders for supplying labour and equipment for the construction and ballasting of approximately 3 miles of mam hne railway track, and approximately 1V5 miles of siding track on subgrade prepared by others, located at Arnpnor Generating Station, approximately 40 miles west of Ottawa. Work is "to commence not later than" August 15. 1975 and is to be completed by November 30, 1975. Tenders will be received up to 2.00 m. local time, Thursday, June 26. 1975; Immediately thereafter, they we! be opened publicly Ontario Hydro's Board Room (15th floor), 620 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. Tendering documents may be obtained: From or Write: Acres Consulting Services Limited 5259 Dorchester Road P.O. Box 1001 Niagara Falls. Ontario L2E6W1 Attention: Mr. A McKechnie Executive Engineer A document deposit cheque in the amount of $50 payable to "Ontario Hydro by Acres Consulting Services Limited. Agent'' win be required for each set of tender documents. The deposit will be refunded if the documents are returned prior to August 15, 1975, in good condition. Tendering documents may also be inspected at the offices of the Toronto and Ottawa Construction Associations and the offices of Acres Consulting Services Ltd. in Niagara Falls and Acres Manage- -ment Services Co. Ltd In Arnprior. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bearer bond, and the successful tenderer may be required to furnish a performance bond. Further details are contained in the tendering documents. The lowest or any tender win not necessarily be accepted. CUNNEYWORTH In loving memory of my dear mother, Agnes, who passed away June 10, 197(1. Sedly missed. Your loving daughter. Carmen. FURRIE tn sad end loving memory of our dear niece and cousin. Colleen Furrle, who passed away June 10, 1974. May she rest In peace end happiness. With the Angela In heaven forever. Aunt Madeline and Uncle Harold and Cousins. LABRECQUE In loving memory of deor mother, Mrs. Mary Anna La-brecque, who passed away June 10, 1962. Your heart was the dearest In all the -wide world. Your love the best to recall For no one on eartb could take your place. You are atlll the dearest of ell. Daughters Juliette end Regina. QUAIL tn loving memory of deer son end brother, Douglas Ion, who passed away June 10, 1967. We loved him for his thoughtfulness, His kind end gentle ways, We loved him for the things he did. Without a thouqht of praise, Is It not strange that those we need, Are the ones that God Is too, -And takes home to rest. Dod, Mom, brothers and sisters. 1 4 '1 260. legali DEFENCE CONSTRUCTION (1951) LIMITED PfiOXCTi Roofini Repairs -Various Buildings, CfB Ottawa, Ontario. Filt, WA 567 10 SCALED TENDERS, marked to cord tent addressed to the uiderslajied trill tjJ received until 3.00 p.m. EOT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1973 Specification! and Tender Forma will be availatia tor viewing at Construction 'Asfoaations at Kingston, Ottawa, Toronto and DCL Toronto Branch Office. Tender documenti may be obtained by Prime Contractors only from DCL Plans' Section, OtUM. at the address bebwon deposit of $25 00 payable to Defence1 Construction (1951 Limited. Security deposit as called for in trie Tender Documents must accompany tenders. Mr J. SMITH, Secretary Defence Construction (1951) Limited, 225 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1A0K3 OUTAOUAIS REGIONAL COMMUNITY REQUEST FOR TENDERS Electrical modiftcatjorts to the Hut Water Treatment plant. The plans, specifications and tender terms may be obtained on deposit of a rertlfledcheque payable to theTlu-taouars Regonal Community lor the amount of 150.00 at the following place: THE OUTAOUAtS REOONAL COMMUNITY 490, St-Joseph Boulevard, HULL, QUEBEC "The tenderers must hantfwer wth their tender a bid for the amount of 1056 of the total amount of his tender The tenders must be handed over to the office of Mr Jacques DufOur. Secretary-Treasurer of the 0 R.C at 490 St-Joseph Boulevard, Hull. Quebec before 11.00 AM. on June 17 1975. The tenders will be opened at 2.00 P.M. the same day. The Outeouats RegionalCommunity does not promise to accept lowest tender or any other tenders. The Secretary-Treasurer, Jacques Dufour, Lawyer OTTAWA HOUSING AUTHORITY Agent of Ministry of Housing Ontario Housing Corporation Tenders for Floor Tiling 5-6011 Tenders addressed to the undersigned will be received until 11:00 un. Jim 17, 1975 for REPLACEMENT OF UN DERLAY FLOOR TILE AT Ort 4. Specifications and tender forms may oe obtained at Ottawa Housing Authority, 220 Laurier Ave. West, 3rd Floor, Ottawa. The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accepted-Administration Manager A. OTTAWA HOUSING AUTHORITY Agent of Ministry of Housing Ontario Housing Corporation Tenders for Construction of Fence 5-6025 Tenders addressed to the undersigned will be received until 11.00 tn. June 24, 1975 lor Construction of a wood ranch fence at OH 17, Oltawa. Specifications and tender foims 'may be obtained at Ottawa Housing -Authority, 220 Laurier Ave. West, 3rd Floor, Ottawa. The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accepted. Administration Manager 261. Auctions Deaths ROCK, Mrs. Jack In hospi tal, on Sunday, June 8, 1975, Mary Stella Renaud, age 79 years, of 611 Lyon St, widow of John T. (Jack) Rock; dear mother of Evangeline, of Ot tawa; (Ruth) Mrs. Bud Whe- lan, of Nfld. and Ottawa; gran dm of Wendy, Marny and Judy; sister of Harry Renaud, of Montreal. Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home. 235 Kent from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Monday. Funeral Tuesday to Blessed Sacrament Church for mass at 9 a.m. In terment Notre Dame ceme tery. SHANNETTE, A. M.D., CM. In hospital on June 4, 1975, Dr. Archie Todd Shannette, of Morrisburg. Ont, in his 73rd year, beloved husband of Mildred Meikle; dear father of Richard; brother of Jennie (Mrs. W. A. Anderson), Mor- risburg; and Harold of Williamsburg. Funeral ser vices were held on Friday, June 6, at. the Fairbaira Fu neral Home Morrisburg, with Rev. Wellwood Adam of ficiating. Interment followed in Mount Pleasant cemetery, Morrisburg. TAYLOR, Bernice Ethel In Mississauga Hospital on Friday, June 1975 in her 94th year, Bernice Ethel Younghus band, widow of Frederick Taylor, mother of John of Detroit, E. Stuart of London, Ont. and Barbara (Mrs. Douglas Walker) San Jose: California, Bister of Myrtle Younghus- band, Dunrobin and Muriel Younghusband, Ottawa, also survived by six grandchildren five great-grandchildren, Funeral service was held in Port Credit on Monday, June 9, with interment in Clarkson cemetery. ZAGLER, Frank In Renfrew hospital On Saturday, June 7, 1975; Frank beloved husband of Jean Robinson and the late Anne Wirta by first marriage in his 66th year. Re sting at the Cochrane Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew where service will be conducted in the chapel on Tuesday, June 10 at 2 p.m. Interment in Renfrew cemetery. McEVOY SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 Serving the Gatlneau area at Wakefield. 6 p.m. CK0Y NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS HULSE PLAYFAIR LIMITED BROOKS, Wert Thomas (Charlie). Central Chapel 233-1143 West Chapel 728 1761 4. Obituaries ROBINSON, Nellie Jane Suddenly on Monday, June 2, 1975 at Scarborough General Hospital Nellie Jane Mcin tosh, widow of Reverend Mahlon Robinson; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hut-son Mcintosh, of Toyes Hill; survived by one brother Frank, of Ottawa; prede ceased by four sisters Minnie, Anna May, Flora (Mrs. Ar thur Bell) and Mabel (Mrs Percy was held from the Vice and Craig Funeral Home, Winchester to her old home church, Winchester Springs United, on Thursday, June 5, where service was conducted by the Rev. M. Maxted assist ed by the Rev. B. Gee. Burial was in family lot at Maple wage cemetery. Lost BLACK Terrier, male, long hair, curly an, jnonv tup lot, ineoai, aanoy Mill mrwa, rwwaru. rri-vovv. BROWN glsdston bag, McEwen Ave. rTBwnrg. tiV-iMb, i-MtHjoZ COIiecT. CHARM bracelet, silver, 234-3854. CHARM bracelet. Bank, Laurier area, reward, 828-3340 or f.i-3616. CHOCOLATE DOlnt. Slamesa cat. female, spayed, 4 yeart old, answers to comessa, last seen near building us HocKciifia Air Base, 74v-5j or WilJ50. GOLD Identification bracelet, Initials vicinity Rideou M- heirloom, re ward. LADY'S Seiko watch, grey leather strap, tost Unemployment Insurance commission, 1650 caning. Reward. days, 824-Mt 5 evenings. MALE Irish setter mliUnq since Wednesday, June 4. Last seen Pleasant Park, Alta Vista. Plea en 731- Deaths LEGAULT, Maurice E. Sud denly at his on Sunday, June 8, 1975, age 57 years, Translator at Central Mortgage and Housing, beloved husband of Claire Fran-coeur; dear father of Pierre, Andre, of Ottawa; Francois, of Thompson, Mrs. Denis Leclair (Use), of Van-ier; Mrs. Rolland Brisebois (Michelle), Mrs. Danielle Myre, of Hawkesbury; Mrs. Marie Turgeon, of Touraine; dear brother of Omer, Claude, Miss Fidelia Legault, of Calumet; Mrs. Alice Frappier, of Hull; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Visitation at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Directors, 300 Olmstead St at Levis. Eucharistic celebration at St Charles Church, on Wednesday, June 11, at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. Parking on premises. McEWEN. Charlotte At Max- ville Manor, on Monday, June 9, 1975, Charlotte Kyd, of Maxville, wife of the late Duncan J. McEwen; survived by nieces and nephews. Resting the Munro Funeral Home, Maxville, where funer al service will be held on Wednesday, June 11 at 2 p.m. Interment Maxville cemetery, O'NEILL, James Harold In hospital on Sunday, June 8, 1975, James Harold O'Neill (Canadian Corps of Commis sionaires), age 56, husband of Therese Gaudreau, of wa; beloved son of May O'Neill and the -fate John O'Neill; dear father of Daniel, of California; Michael, Suzanne, Carole, Diane and Nicole, all at home; dear brother of John Thomas, and Theresa (Mrs. E. Christian), both of and Rita (Mrs. Bill May), of Winnipeg; also survived by two grand children. 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. REID, Irene A. r- In hospital, on Sunday, June 8, 1975, Irene Agnes LeBreton, beloved wife of. Earl Reid, of 80 Crown Crescent; dear mother of Mrs. Harry Ross (Shirley), Ottawa; also survived by her mother Mrs. Anne LeBreton, Ottawa and sisters Mrs. Cecil Helyer (Shirley), of London, Ont; Mrs. James Newton Ottawa and three grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St Service Tues day at 11 a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. Those desiring to send a memorial tribute, may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 200 Melrose Ave. RICHMOND, John M. At the Great War Memorial Hospital, Perth, Ont. On Sunday, June 8, 197S John M. Richmond in his 83rd year, husband of the late Mabel Thornton; dear father of Bill and Allan Richmond, Perth; dear brother of Roy, Washington, D.C and Arthur, London, Ont; predeceased by Jessie and Fred Richmond; also survived by eight grandchildren. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, 15 West Gore Perth Funeral service will be conducted in the Chapel, Wednesday, June 11, at 2 p.m. Interment Elmwood cemetery. In lieu of flowers kindly donate to the Lanark Lodge Memorial Fund. REILLY, Daniel Patrick In hospital, on Monday, June 9, 1975, Dan Reilly, age 68, of 2651 Regina husband of Rose Hopkins; father of Edward, Kenneth, Joan (Mrs. Peter Dillon), Shirley (Mrs. Roger Poirier) and Robert; brother of Mrs. Helen Hollo-way; also survived by 20 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. W. (centre town), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday to St. Anthony's Church, for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Ottawa. ROY, Elwood Gordon By accidental drowning in the Ot tawa River, on Jan. 19, 1975, and found June 9, 1975, Elwood Gordon Roy in his 37th year beloved husband of Denise Proulx, dear father of susan, son of of Quyon, and the late Verna (Milks) Roy, dear brother of Mrs. Marjorie Pirie; Doreen (Mrs. Ronald Chabot), Lorraine (Mrs. Gilbert-Gilpin) of Bristol; Dan of Ottawa; "Heathef TMrs.Tdgcf St." Au-- Aylmer, Que. Resting at W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shaw- ville, Que. Funeral Tuesday, June 10 at 2.30 p.m. to St. Edwards Church, Bristol, for funeral mass at 3 p.m. Interment Norway Bay cemetery. 3. ELLENBERG, Israel In hos- ital on Monday, June 9, 1975, i his 82nd year, Israel Ellen-berg, husband of the late Dora Dutnoff; dear father of Harry, of Ottawa; Joseph, of Calgary; Abraham, of Toronto; Mrs. Frank Labovitch (Sadie), Mrs. Joseph Yankoo (Ann), Mrs. Myer Verier (Marion), Mrs. Donald Cbobi-koff (Lee), all of Ottawa and the late Fanny Davis of Calgary; also survived by 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral from the Jewish Memorial King Edward June 10, 1975, at 2 p.m. Inter ment at the Jewish Community cemetery. Shiva private. Please omit flowers. FLANNIGAN, Mary Theresa -In hospital, on Monday, June 9, 1975, Mary Theresa Burke, age 61, widow of Clarence Jo seph Flannigan; mother of Joseph, Marilyn (Mrs. Garry Angel); sister of Jim, Andy, Harold, Mrs. Olive Sheen, Mrs. Rita Scrim, Esther (Mrs. Clifford Holmes) and Miss Dorothy Burke; also survived by three grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St W. (centre town), where friends may call after 7 p.m, Tuesday. Funeral service Wednesday in the chapel at 1 p.m. Cremation to follow. GAW, James On Sunday, June 8, James Gaw, age 82, Kemptviile, husband of the late Lulu Smith; dear fa ther of Donald, Ottawa; Claire, London; Mrs. Albert Scholes (Madalene), St Cath arines Rachel, Toronto; brother of John, Kemptviile R.R. and Anna, Kempt viile; eight grandchildren also survive. Resting Rolston Fu neral Home, Kemptviile. Ser vice in St. James Anglican Church, on Wednesday at 1 "p.m. Interment St. James cemetery. Contributions the charity of your choice ap preciated. GRABOWSKI, Roman In hospital on Saturday, June 7, 1975. Roman GrabowsW, age 64 years, beloved husband of Barbara Olszewski; dear fa ther of Ewa, Hania and Bar bara; brother of Jurek, of Ot tawa. Friends are Invitea to meet at St Hyacinth's Church (corner Louisa and LeBreton for mass at 11 a.m Tuesday. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Donations to Polish Combatants Assoc (Dom. Polski Fond), 379 Waverley St, will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. McEvoy Shields Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. GREEN. James Art In hos pital Barry's Bay, Sunday, June 8, 1975, in bis 70tn year, Art Green, of 61 Rock Lane, Arnprior, husband of the late Beatrice May Mace; dear father of Garry Edward, North Bay; and Elizabeth (Mrs. Donald Kean), Smiths Falls; dear brother of Raymond, North Bay; Cletus, Marmora, Ont; Gerald, Arnprior; Bea trice (Mrs. Harold Eastman), Cornwall; dear grandfather of Ricky and Terry Kean, and Linda, Debby and Jeff Green. Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home Limited, Arnprior. Funeral mass at St. John Chrysostom Roman Catholic Church, Wedesday at 11 a.m. Interment United cemeteries, Carleton Place. LANDRIAULT, Jules Sud denly, in hospital, on Monday, June 9, 1975, age 53 years, well known merchant in Van-ier; Jules Landriault beloved husband of Gabrielle Char-trand, dear father of Jean Pierre, at home; dear brother of Emile. of Montreal; Lionel, Henri, Raoul, Jean Paul, all of Ottawa; Mrs. Simon Ber-trand (Irene), of Alfred; Mrs. Alice Yelle, Montreal; Sister Emma Landriault, FDLS, New York; Mrs. Wilfrid Fi-lion (Lucille), Apple Hill, Ont; Mrs. Lorenzo Gelineau (Colette), Mrs. Clarence O'Gorman (Jeanne), Ottawa. Visitation Racine, Robert and Gauthicr Funeral Directors, 300 Olmstead St. at Levis. Eucharistic celebration at St. a a i Church 9 a.m. Thursday, June 12. Cremation Beechwood cemetery. Visitation hours 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. Donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation would be appreciated. LIMITED funeral Homes METCALFE' WINCHESTER CHESTER VILLE 774-2120 RETD Brian and Debra would like to announce the 'birth of their 7 lb. 2 oz. baby girl, Elva Roma Lynne, Friday, June 6, 1975, at 1.21 p.m. Thanks to Dr. Carlyle and delivery room staff, at Riverside SPEAR Ralph and Charmian are pleased to announce the birth of their second child, a son, Michael John, 7 lbs. AVz at the Riverside Hospital, June 7, 1975. A brother for Bryan. Special thanks to Dr. -Taylor and Nurse Conway. 3. Deaths BRANT, Coral O. M. On Sun day, June 8, 1975, at Daytona Beach, Fla. Funeral service at St. James Church, Ormond Beach, June 10. She is survived by her husband Cecil M. Brant. BROOKS, Wert Thomas (Char lie) Suddenly, at bis resi- dence, on Sunday, June 8, 1975, Wert Thomas (Charlie) Brooks, beloved husband' of Jennie Sakolinsky; dear fa ttier ol I nomas dear brother of Edward and Em- melt, both of Ottawa: and Mrs. Bill Reid (Margaret), of Montreal; also survived by three nephews, Billy and Gary Reid and James Brooks. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St Service Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interments Capital! Memorial Gardens. BURKE, Mrt. Marjorie In hospital Sunday, June 8, 1975, Marjorie Douglass, beloved wife of James J. Burke, 185 Clearview Apt 305; dear mother of Brian and Sharon, of Vancouver, B.C.; daughter Thomas and the late Martha Douglass, of Port Credit, sister of Am brose, Dorothy Leitch, and Barbara Clayton. Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent from 2-S and 7-9 p.m. Mon day. Funeral Tuesday to St. George's Church, Mass 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. 1 BYRNE, Alfred T. At Toron to, on Monday, June 9, 1975, Alfred; dear father of Charles, Francis, Theresa (Mrs. R. G. Sullivan), Win-nifred (Mrs. J. L. Sadler) and Edna (Mrs. R. T. Riggs); lovingly remembered by his 25 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; brother of Frank, Walter and Joseph. Resting at the Paul O'Connor Funeral Home, 1939 Lawrence Ave. East, Scarborough. Fu- mass on Wednesday morning at 8:15 a.m., in Pre cious Blood Church. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa, Ont upon arrival of motors at 3:30 p.m. CAFFERTY, Mary (May) On Tuesday, June 10, 1975, Mrs. James Cafferty, age 80 years, ol 25 Eddy Hull, mother of Austin, Quebec City Michael and Lawrence, both of Hull; Richard, Lucerne; Mrs. Mary Hughes, Montreal; Miss Elizabeth, Hull; Mrs. Raymond Brous-tseau (Marjorie), Ottawa; 10 grandchildren, several nephews and nieces. Resting at Lionel Emond and Sons 271 St. Joseph Hull, Funeral Thursday, June 12, 1975 at St. Bernadelte Church, at 11 a.m. Interment St. Re- dempteur cemetery. Visiting hours Wednesday 1-5 and 7-10 p.m. DUNCAN, Robert Busteed At his residence, 337 Som- set St. on Saturday, June 7, 1975, Robert Duncan, be- loved husband of Violet Evelyn Sandall, in his 91st year. Resting Veitch-Draper 703 Bank St. (at Glebe Service in chapel Tuesday, at "11 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE A quiet, courteous dependable service since 1 938 Moderate rates 233-4773 584 SOMERSFT STREET WEST JOURNAL NUMBERS The Journal 563-3731 Otwistffcd S63-3711 Home Delivery 563-3811 News 563-3788 Retail Advertising 5634842 Sports 563-378 2. Births AVARELLO Sam and Peggy are happy to announce trie arrival of a daughter Angela, weighing 8 2 on June 4, 1975 at 6 .31) p.m. Many thanks to Dr. J. B. Howe and staff at Civic Hospital. BOURNE Pat (nee Mason) and Jamie are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter, Katherine Jane Patricia, 8 1 on June 8, 1975, at the Civic Hospital. Both are well, thanks to the tender loving car of Dr. Harry Oxorn and his many associates. BOWER Jerome and Lucienne' (Lucy) (nee Castonguay) are happy to announce the birth of a daughter, Jose Sarah, weighing 7 lbs. 6 oz. at 10.25 a.m. Friday, June 6, 1975. Special thanks to Dr. Patry and nurses on the third floor at Montfort Hospital. BROWN Hi! my name is Mel-' anie Anne. I was born on Sun day June 8, 1975, at 9.40 a.m. On behalf of my parents, Mary and Paul, who are still recovering from my arrival, I would like to thank Dr. G. Taylor, the case room staff at the Riverside Hospital and Mothercraft for their help in my safe delivery. Oh, by the way, I weighed in at a healthy 7 lbs. 9 ozs. BURNS Peter and Janice (nee Cheesman) are happy to announce the arrival of a daughter, Christine Margaret, 8 9 on June 5, 1975, at Grace Hospital. Special to Dr. Johri and case room staff. GRAHAM Pete and Judy are happy to announce the birth of a daughter, Lori Ann, 8 lbs. 10 born June 8, 1975 at the Grace Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Deutsch and hospital staff. O'MALLEY Gerry and Caro-lyn (nee Carruthers) are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a daugh ter, 7 lbs. 5 June 9, 1975. Special thanks td Dr. Johri and caseroom staff at the Carlingwood St. Laurent Les Gaieties de Hull 261. Auctions Lit. kS Sears 15. Cards of Thanks KETTLES We wish to extend our sincere thanks ond appreciation to all our friends and neighbors, to the doctors and nurses of the Ottawa Civic Hospital, Tubman Funeral Home, Rev. R. Mi I ley and Rev. F. LeGras, for the acts of krndnesa, beautiful floral tributes during our beloved Verna' lengthy Illness end death. Husband Russell and sisters Ada and Hilda, THE Canodlan Council of the Blind, Ot- tawa Club, wishes to express sincere thanks to oil our volunteers, drivers, rangers and others, without whom our club could not function, 16. Funeral Directors RACINE, Robert and Cauthler Reg'd. 237-3680, 260 BeSMrer, 300 Olrmteod. 7 Fairmont, 2J9 St. Patrick, tot Notre Dame. 20. Florist! FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED When words come hard. give sympathy flowers they say it better. 737-0750 38. Nursing Homes LINDEN LODOI RETIREMENT home, newly renovated ond ready tor Immedloto occuponcy. Private ond semlrlvate. I37-OH4. NEW RETIREMENT FACILITIES 5TEFF-KIM Lodge 19 expanding ond Improving facilities for tprtng and summer residency. Into, 34-0590. 39. Garden'g Landscop'g A TOP toll. Order now from yd. up. 7W-227I. CEDAR trees and manure. Reasonable. call 1224421. G. P. Plante, top toll, fill, manure. B24-341S. GLEBE resident wants young oak free moved. 235-2MJ. GOOD topsoll tor gardening, Ing. Call M4-0514 anytime. GOOD clean top soil, s4 per yard delivered 72S-27M, 237-7V4. NURSERY sod for sale Picked up or delivered at Peterson's Turf Farm. R. R. 1 Osgoode, 2l-24. TOPSOIL, seeding, sodding, evergreens, patios, pevlng, cedar 72S-W33. TULGREEN Lendscaolng. Soddlna, Free es- fiatlo stones, malntenence. Imotes, 224-9174. Journal Box Replies A 279 285 303 317 320 336 362 375 376 382 383 412 Replies mailed June 9, 1975. A 233 370 389 390 404 406 408 409 411 413 416 430 431 436 44S 447 449 451 463' 465 Journal Subscription Rates By MAILl SI.2S week, tS.OS month or tV) oo a veer delivered anywhere. Saturday only SOc week or S26.00 a year. Sty CARRIER: 144.30 year or ale week. SINGLB COPY PRICE: Weekdays t5c Saturday JSC COnfflECTIQH In Sears 'Parade ol Values' 34-page supplement in tonight's paper, ffie following $hould have appeared as stafecfr -PAGE 9, iterh 'C, 18" electric mower, the descriptive copy should have mad, "motor develops 20 more power when spedal power boost switch is applied. Aids in cutting heavy grass." i PAGE 9, item 'H', Grass Shears, should have read reg. 3.99 239 PAGE 24, Charcoal briquets, the prices for the 10 lb. and 20 lb. size were inadvertently transposed 10 lb. size 1.19; 20 lb. size 229 1 261. Auctions 232-2394 ESTATE AUCTION HELLENIC COMMUNITY CENTRE 1315 PRINCE OF WALES DR. THURSDAY, JUNE 1 2th AT 1 0.00 A.M. Tins sals a comprised of tre furnishings from 6 local estates and promises to offer a most Meresting selection of furnishings. Stemway Baby Grand Piano. Antique french Ladies' Escretoire. Antique French Jewel Table. Af ique 6-Drawer Writing Deik, Antique Mahogany SDrewer Che. Ladies' frenctl Antique Dressing, facte Mahogany Bookcases. Carved 4 Panel Silk Screen. Oriental Lacquer Tables, Pair of French Twin Beds. Oval Gilt Ottoman, Rosewood We Work Tables. 3 Tier Whatnot, WingChairs, Brass Hanging Light Future, Antique Pne Dieu, 4 Antique Panel Back Dining Chairs hosts of 3 Tables, Antique Pontile Comer Cabinet, Antique CanarSan Door Buffet. Box Desk. Pair of Mahogany Double Corner Cabinets, Duncan Theffe Dmwg Tat, Trend! Provrnoel love Seat and Ami Chair Occeoonal Tables, Brass rireplace Equipment. KroeMer -Bedroom rurnnure. Cedar Chests. Victotmn Open Arm Easy th Victonan Davenport Desk. Antique Victorian Chaise fw cl Contemporary Velvet Upholstered Arm.Chairs. Circular lilt Top Breakfast Table, lp-Piece Dining Slate, 'Slope rtorrTVi Lombmetioe Boeltase Desks, Twin Bciiroon) Smte. Maple Bedroom Furniture, 8 Piece Dsnmj Suite, etc. Mnese Carpet Oriental Met if.Mxtu Can! (like newv Oil. VVjler Colours and Prints Vetnd Kmg. VI II, CjdJ ethers, lustre China, Pan, of tpeltre figures, flaied -4 Ste-t-g Silver Gtassvo-e, Clocks, Urps. Arwcx. 3." lets cf v.hich the above only a' partial llig. 1 Preview: (9.00 a.m. morning of Sale) 1 MAN'S diamond ring, Friday. West End. 828-7897. MAN'S diamond ring (broken band). Reward. 684-6661. W. S. Walker, Auctioneer MAY 9, odult mole cot, oil black, Rlv rooie-BonK oreo. Reworo. aUoiiJ, j-AA. a 1 ft--

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