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iji'fi'i'i avf ll'lo; -The Ottawa Journal 50 Thursday, Oct. 2, 1975 lost Births Today and tomorrow public library pook- mobile, 893 Admiral 9.30 ttf Sbtse. Street p.m. to. 4 iw nnh- BOWIE Les and Karen are happy to announce the arrival of their son, Kris dan, on Fri- i-.

day, Sept, 26, 1975, weighing 7 lbs. 13 ozs. Jrench conversation courses. Nepean Sportsplexrcall 825- 5151, extension 22, for infor- matron. Dalhousie neighborhood study meeting, -lor persons Wme between the Queens- eOLe, weiktey-siussell- Rd.

ctiio-s pet. 712W Ml-e7. BLACK and white, male neutered cat, i toes on front. Trend Village. S2S-Q4II.

ime cfnnga purse. keys, K-Mart, Belts Corners, 2S7-I054. DOMESTIC mele cat, yellow coller anal -name tag, vicinity Alvln Hekjats, Mo nor Park, reward UI-YHt. FEMALE cat, lto years, grey, black, -orange with white chest and stomacnr -answer to -Calks, Flees cell tJ 475, afters. FEMALE Siamese, answers to Mouche.

-Sandy Hill area. Reward. 231476. FEMALE Tabby cat. answer to Taffy.

vicinity Heron Perk. Reward. 7J1-U64 vvgs. oays, svsa. COLD bracelet with Ottawa, aoutn area, reward.

717-lttO. LADY'S souara aold coloured wrist TQDAY Waterfowl hunting exhibi-. tion, National Museum of to 6 p.m. uunese wooutui -exjuoii, city hall foyer, 9 a.m. to p.m.- Ottawa public librarytobk" Summerhiil, 3.30 p.m.

to 8 p.m.' and 1366 Coldrey 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. YM-YWCA diet counselling I and exercise program for the overweight, call 237-1320, ex- tension 241 for Information. way, Booth, Carling and season opens at thej 499 Preston St, 8 pan. 6 p.mTto l0 p.m.

"CBiroURASNfctWElaihel118" friendr may-assemble Deaths DESJARDINS, Ulysse In hos- pital at St Eustacbe, Wednesday Oct 1, 1975. Ulysse Des- jardins age 71 years, beloved husband of Marie-Jeanne Blancher, dear father of Jao queune, ouxanne, Pierrette and Roland, also sur- wed byseveral grandchil.l dren. Resting at Cement Co yer Funeral Home, 147 Blvd. Sauve, St Eustacbe. Funeral Saturday at 11 a.m.

Interment St Agathe des Moots. DOLAND, Stanley In Ren- frevr Hospital on Wednesday, jya. Stanley uwand -of the late Martha Teeple, in his Visitationa- at the Goulet Funeral Home, 310 Ar- gyle South, Renfrew. Ce-lebration of The Eucharist at the Church of St Joseph, Es-monde, Ont, Oct 3 10 a.m.. Interment Parish cemetery GRALING, Col.

Francis- John, U.S. Army retired. At Washington; D.r-Monday, 3.s L-svatch. gold Jlllgrea bracelet, buck tors lecture on ianxrayogarTr -r p.mfntKMa avauaoie-tri-uit-20 Oak St, 7.30 p.m. Free ad-" ballroom dancing, door.

mission. instructedby the Royal Old book sale, Ottawa pub- 1 tish Country Dance Society, Blair Neatby on 'Mackenzie lie library south branch. 1049 Bank 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Public forum on imprison- Capital Qty Chorus concert, Parkdale United Church, Gladstone and 8 p.m.

Satsang, singing, talking. Avr 8 n.m. Free flnmtssinn. Brook-lane public scnool, 8 pm- Registration at McNabb information. TOMORROW MVaterfwl hunting exhibi- tion, National Museum of Na- 1 10 a.m.

to 6 m- chinese woodcut-xhibit p.m. r- ment sponsored by the John Community Centre for adult HowardSocietyrof Ottawarcraft courses, call 563-3236 for li -Ottawa public library, 7 p.m, "International folk dancing, Jack Parcel! Cohimunity -Centre, 320: Elgin pjn. CaU 2240534 for information." Puppet show for children, -Ottawa-rblw- Register now for adult Sept-mSr-beloved-husd-fr daugtrtf MrsrDuncan a rl HnaapaaAB Alan I a band of face, vicinity ogitvya parking tot Ri deau Street, Sentlmenlal yafue, 73 J774. O'CONNOR and Clemow area white car. mat gduu.

one green eye ana one greeivblue eye, brown leather collar with tag. Reward, 737-1M2. PRESCRIPTION glasses, lost vicinity of riore ona Arlington, rieass -con 4s 3169. SMALL black dog, white on chest, Van- er ere. Answers toooy.

steward. -746-S3. YOUR pat may at Humana Society' aneirer. visir sneiter TO make ur. 4-MONTH41LD Carmen shepherd kh, wiier, cos, era.

10 KARAT gold bracelet, Elgin-Lewis area. j-tewarq, -jyyy evenings. Found BLACK end brown male puppy, eity yie rr BLACK, msle kitten, whltn marMngs, p-m j. BLACK-cot, -white chest, 4 white vicinity Richard Ave. Heron Rd.

713-3212. t-t-v BOY'S lean lackef, found park next to -Georges Etlenne Center. School, Ths-ndsle Dr. 731-5001. -fc-AJll-6 CAT.

black-orange-wMte, ahout 7 or a mentha i lontha old. River dale yam street area, ns-atf, FEMALE puppy, collie type white and brown, picked up Friday, Sept. on -'Lansdowns Road, RockcliHe. 749- 763. GREY- BLUE KITTEN, part rslaiv Mountain Road.

Inquire Ottawa Hu man MALE grey tabby kitten, Shopper City, ae'ln and woodrotte, 22S-S947, MULTI-COLOURED, pretty kitten found' vicinity Broadview and Dovercourt. TJMffl. TABBY cat, i months, Meach Lake, can Of picked up at Humane Society. 13. In Memoriams AT YOUR SERVICE THESE COLUMNS CONTAIN A LIST OF REPUTABLE, QUALIFIED BUSINESSES WHO ARE READY TO SERVE YOU.

ARMITAGE In lovtnflf memory of dear rwttjand and mtmr, Gorgt Ar mil age. who patstd wy so suddenly Oct. IMS. Every hour wt'doariy miss him, Sadty douve foel hit Iosmj Lonely Is our homo without him, Help us Lord, to be the crois. Wife Yvonne ond Son Brian.

BROWN in loving memory of my dear husband, Hector R. Brown, who oasstd away Oct. 2, 1969. Lovingly remembered. Edna.

BROWN in loving memory of a dear mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, who passed away Oct. 2, 1971. Andvghilo In peaceful Her memory we shall always keep. Russell (Farmer).

HALLETT in loving memory of dear daughter, Eleanor, who passed away Oct. 1972. Take tier In Thine arms, dear Lord, And ever let her be A messenger of love Between our hearts and Thee. Mother, Dad and FaWly. LANG In loving memory of a dear Deaths BAR DON, Mark On Monday, 1 Sept.

29, 1975," Mark Bardon, age 17, of 8 Aurora Crescent, beloved ion of Hugh and Frances (King) Bardon; dear I brother of Peter, Terri and Lise. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave. (west of woodroue), for service at' 1 p.m. Friday. Interment Pinecrest ceme tery.

BEATTIE, Allan Gordon At Arnprior, on Wednesday, Oct. age 69 gj Beattie, jof J28 Ottawa. St, Arnpriorrsoaof The Tate Wil liam S. Beattie and the late Tef loved brother of Rum Mackay, Kingston; Kathleen (Mrs. S.

Houston), Arnprior; and Jack. Huntsville, Ont. Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home," Arapriorr Service in the chapel Friday at 2 p.m pIntermenr Arnprior-cemetery. Contributions to the Ontario Foundation would be appreciated by the family BOYCE. Air CommodoreGeoree arolIr CBrur(Jr RAf Fo meny- or iees, England, on Sept.

24, 1975, leaving a daughter Dr. Mar garet Manner and' a sister. MrsTMarjorieTreland. BYERS, Margaret At Ren-- -on- Wednesday, Oct 1, 1975, Margaret Kirk- aged 85 years, beloved "wife'of the late Charles of Bill of Renfrew-and Donald, "of BroclwiUer'dearsisterof (Mary) Mrs. Frank Byers, and William J.

Kirkwood, of Renfrew. Friends may call at the McPhail and Perkins Fun eral Home, Renfrew, wherej tne funeral service will be conducted on Friday, Oct. 3, at 2 p.m.. Interment Admas-ton cemetery. Visitations 2-5 and 7-10 p.m.

BOURGET, Margaret E. In hospital on Tuesday, Sept 30, 1975, Margaret E. Bourget, 225 MacLaren daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bourget; dear sister of Elizabeth (Mrs.

A. A. McDermott), Beatrice (Mrs. B. J.

Mc-Manus) and Adrienne (Mrs. Bill Parrott). Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre Town) where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Funeral Friday to St. Theresa's Church for mass at 9 a.m. In-terment Capital Memorial Gardens. CONNERS, Leona Margaret (Bunny) In hospital following a lengthy illness, on a Oct. 1, 1975, Leona Conners, of 367 Madis- on youngest daughter of the late Alfred L.

and Mar garet J. Conners; "dear sister of Mrs. C. V. Ausmundson (Annabel), Linesville, twin sister of Leola Conners, at home.

Resting at the Tub man Funeral Home, 403 Rich-mond Rd. at Roosevelt. Friends may call 2-5 and p.m. on Thursday and Friday. Service in the chapel Saturday at 11 a.m.

Interment i 1 1 cemetery, Smiths Falls. COOKE, W. Raymond (Ray) -In hospital on Wednesday, Oct 1, 1975, W. Raymond (Ray) Cooke, of 491 York St. Winchester, in his 54th year; beloved husband of Mary Elizabeth (Betty) McKay; dear father of Terry Elizabeth, Larry, John and Heather; brother of Gladys Smail and Lome both of Winchester.

Resting at the Vice and Craig Funeral Home, 505 Church St. Winchester where service will be held on Saturday, Oct 4 at 10 a.m. Cremation at Beechwood crematorium. DEMERS, Lawrence (Curly) In hospital Tuesday, Sept 30, 1975, Lawrence (Curly) Demers, age 47, of 1085 Ramsay beloved husband of Rose Marie Murphy; beloved son of Alex Demers, of Pembroke; dear father of Brian, Larry, Michael, Bruce, Wayne, Carolyn, Patricia (Mrs. Ray Mirow); dear brother of Arnel, Leo, Ronald, Shirley (Mrs.

Paul Beaudry), all of Pembroke; Doreen (Mrs. Albert Visser), of Ottai wa; predeceased by a brother Aurel; also survived by two grandchildren, Robert and Richard Mirow. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre Town). Friends may call after 7 p.m.

Wednesday. Funeral Friday to OutLady of Perpetual Help Church, at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. 3. Deaths MO.YGEON.

Henri On TUBS- i. c-- 1 SUSV, aSfO. JU, flTBSS Ol, iTCT loved husband of Beatrice La-treinouille; dear father of Henri, of Arvida; Cities, of Ottawa; Francois, of Quebec -City; 'Mri. Kenneth Tang (Marie-Martbe, Mrs. Leoo I of Ottawa; and Emile Cote (Riu), of Gatineau; dear brother' of Mrs.

Valen tine Desrocbers, of Ottawa; Mrs. Augustine Potvin, Tem- pleton; also survived by .29 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier -Funeral Home, 2S9 Stu Patrick St Funeral service will be held on Friday, Oct. 3, from St Anne's Church, at-10wriIn-terment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. MOORE, Mr.

R. In nuu -ua rvcuiicsudy. ucl -iv 1975, his 95th year William K. Moore, formerly of Thurso, husband of the late' Roxy Cochrane; survived-by one son, Harris, of Sudbury and Pratt. (Viola), Pefrolla -Ont; W.

S. Wilson (pfnfmm L-, Simpson (Eleanor), of Vancouver; Mrs. W. A. Kad- pwell (Inesz)r "oT Galtr Ont', predeceased by one sohrDel- blsioT'efuWiVediy 1 daughter-in-law, Vida Moore, of Hull; nine grand-children and one great grandchild.

Resting at the Villeneuve Funeral HomeTi3T Alexander in chapel ar 1.30 p.m. with Gregoire off iciat-. ing. Interment in Gore ce- MORROW, Alexander Joseph Richard Suddenly in hospi-tal on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 197STAlexander Morrow, of Almonte, in his 64th year, beloved husband of the late Helen Christina Peebles and dear son of Mrs.

Vanda "Morrow; much loved father of Mrs. Jean Lackey and Robeit, both of Almonte; beloved brother of Mrs. Pearl Mundt; Charles, Frank and John, all of Almonte; beloved grandfather of Laurie-Lee, Tammy and Bobby Morrow; Susan, Heather and Bonnie- Anne Lackey. Resting at the Comba Funeral Home, 127 Church St. where service will be held on Friday, Oct 3 at 2 p.m.

Rev. Robert J. McCrea officiating. Interment Auld Kirk cemetery. PAGE, Georgette On Tues day, Sept 30, 1975, Georgette Maria Page, age 61, R.R.

4, Kemptville. Resting Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville, Funeral mass Holy Cross Church, Friday, 11 a.m. Inter ment Parish cemetery. PLTJMMER, Harold Richard Suddenly in Pembroke Civic Hospital, Wednesday, Oct 1, 1975, in his 73rd year, Harold Richard Pluntmer, of R.R. beloved husband of Euluine; dear father of Richard and Phyllis Plum-mer, both of Pembroke; brother of Conrad, Pembroke; also survived by six grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren.

Resting Malcolm and Deavitt Funeral Home, 141 Renfrew St, Pembroke. Service in the chapel Friday at 2 p.m. Interment St. Stephen's Anglican cemetery, Micksburg. ST.

AMOUR, Mrs. Oliva On Oct. 1, 1975, age 75, beloved wife of the late Eugene St. Amour; beloved mother of Jean Paul, Fer-nand, of Ottawa; Raymond, of Aylmer; and Herve, of Vanier; also survived by 10 grandchildren. Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 St Patrick Street Funeral service will be held on Friday, Oct 3, from the Basilica at 9 a.m.

Interment Notre Dame, Otta wa. McEVOY SHIELDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 DEOICATED TO THE PUBLIC INTEREST 6 p.m. CKOY NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS FRED N. GARRETT Funeral Service DIGNITY EFFICIENCY MODERATE RATES Inquire No Obligation 233-4773 584 SOMERSET STREET WEST 3. -U, lie library south brancbi 1049 Bank St.

10 a.m. to 9 p.m. t0r8 lecture on the "role of women in spirituality and social change, 20 Oak St, 7.30 p.m. Free admission. Oyster sponsored by the Rotflrv Club nf Avlmer- i rung ana spiritualism, Lane- ton University, Arts Tower lOur Mailing Addrtss ln3 AW A JOUKNAL 36S 1AURIER AVI.

WIST, PAINTING xfartor and Infer tor, work guararaaad, frte tstimatas. PAINTING and wallDODarlna since 1922. All work guaranteed. Is Ionian 7za-4Mi. PAVING-CONTRACTORS- BEATTV PAVING LTD.

ASPHALT driveways, parking areas Kererences. mi-uim. PROVOST Paving, parking lots, drive ways, f-ree esrimates, 3D cents sq. 2 year guarantee. 1-742-5747.

SULLIVAN CONTRACTORS ASPHALT paving, driveways, parking lots onaispnaiT repairs, PET SHOPS ELMVALE Animal Friends. Registered puppies ana Kinens, locally area, ji 9842. PUREBRED puppies, excellent selec tion, ai-ujw, nouie or ruppy PHOTOGRAPHERS EXPERIENCED weddings, receptions, aark room tinisning. 234-9950, after 4. PLUMBING HEATING PLUMBING and heating.

In or out of town, bfg or small. Free estimates. hours. 749-265B. PLUMBERS LICENSED REPAIRS and alteration our specialty.

Rtaeau Plumbing and Hooting PC-a. 741-2440, 425 McArthur Road. PRINTING FOR all your offset duplicating contact J. M. Hill and Son.

Reproduction Divi sion, domerser west. 235I4. ROOFERS VERDON SONS, shingling, tar no yiavci, vviwrai lepair. rrse estimates. 729-0449, ALLIED Roofers, complete roofing ser- vim mflKe new roars ona repair old, work guoranntso.

free estimates. 233-3572. SIGNS JOCKO'S Mobile Sign Rentals. The latest way to odvertise. 224-7107.

THE Plastic Shop, engraving, logos. plates, etc. Fast service. 225-4923. SWIMMING POOLS.

A. BRUCE Benson Canadian Crystal Pools, Ottawa's oldest and most respected pool builders and service specialists, lompioro tine of Gunite (Concretel and vinyl pools. Chemicals, accessories, he a tar gomes. Showroom at 110 Bank 7334)337, to 9JM woeKoays. oaruroays from to 12.

Quebec Inquiries re: vinyl pools, call H. Goneau 433-4374. POOL CLOSINGS CALL ond schedule your pool closing. ask eooui specieis on covers, neuters, slides, steps, combined with pool clca-Ing. 2254)244.

Open Saturdays. DONLBY-S POOL SIRVICI POOL closing soecloilsts. winterizing supplies, covers, orain plugs, cnemi. cals. 1435 Vroodrolle Ave.

Hours to 5.3Q, Saturday 9 to I. 224-4447. TREE REMOVAL TREES cut and removed, all types, also trimming, hww. TREES cut ond removed, complete ser vice, liapilliy insurea. 234-543V.

TRANSMISSIONS STAHL's transmission specialist, au tomatic ond standard. Best price in town. 725-1742. UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM upholstery, furniture, eutos. r-ree estimates, rick up, oenvery.

22-010. PROFESSIONAL upholstering, repairs oil kino ot furniture. 5U9j -5514. WELDING ALUMINUM, magnesium, white metal, ere. ay tne t.i.b.

met raw. For more Information call Merrlckvllle, 29-. 4701) Grenvllle Castings Ltd. Also facilities available tor sand blasting. ar Jiappy.tosnnounce Ithe arrival of their 'daughter, Sherry Nicole, 5 12 on Sept 28, 197S, at Ottawa Civic.

Special thanks, to Dr. Carson and nursing staff. CHIPROUT Danny and Anna- nee-Tradb delighted to announce the'ar- rival of their' beautiful baby daughter, 6 1 at 10.45 a.m. on Oct. 1, 1975, at the Ottawa Civic Hos-pitaLA cousuL.forDebbie, Stephen, Seanne, Ion and Jud-die.

Thanks to Dr. Oxorn and caseroom staff. LAUZIERE To-Paul and! St. Louis de Mont-j on-Saturday, Sept27, iatiEhterr? lbs; -14 grandchild "for Norm and Mary lO Donoughue, and sec- on4grandchildfor- Adand Thexase-Lauaere, MOORE Richard and Linda; (nee Fenton)are 4roudto announce the arrival of their first child, a daughter, Rich-inda Joedy, 8 6 at -September 28th. First granoV child for Williani and Max- ine Fenton and 9th for Laura 'Tloore.

Special thanks to Ur. Smitb and Dr. Carsoa PAQUETTE Larry and Margaret- happily announce the arrival of their first child Lee-Ann Joanratthe Ottawa Civic Hospital, Oct lr 197S. First grandchild for Jack and Joan King and second for Henry and Josie Paquette, also first great-grandchild for Mrs. G.

Trinder, and second for "Mrs. L. Danis. Special thanks to Dr. P.

G. Puddl-combe and caseroom staff. RATTRAY Ray and Gail (nee Weber) are pleased to finally announce the arrival of Amy Diane at the Grace Hospital, October 1, 1975, a sister for Lee Earl. SPEEK Bert and Jane (nee Ramsey), are happy to an nounce their first arrival of a baby girl, Natasha Jennifer Helen, 7 -11 born Sept 27, 197S. Thanks to Dr.

H. G. Smith and case room staff of the Civic Hospital. TAYLOR Ted and Betty (nee Shail) are happy to announce the safe arrival of their twin daughters, Catherine Rose, 7 2 and Lori Eliza-' beth, 6 10 Tuesday, Sept 30, 1975, at North York General Hospital, sisters for Cheryl and Lynn. 260.

Legals CITY OF HULL PROVINCE OF QUEBEC TENDER SERVICES FREEMAN ROAD CONTRACT 74-10 (CITY OF HULL AND OUTAOUAIS REGIONAL COMMUNITY) Sealed tender addressed to the Executive Committee of the City of Hun, and endorsed "municipal and regional services. Freeman boulevard," will be received until 11:00 A.M. and opened at 1 1 :1 A.M. local lone the Executive councM chamber at the City Ha. 25 Laurler Street.

Hun, Quebec on TUESOAV. OCTOBER 28lh. 1978 The work Includes the installation of municipal and regional aarelary ewer, storm aewer, water-main, construction of Freeman boulevard, reconstruction ot existing pavement, drainage and grading for an approximate distance of 7.600 feel. The plana and specifications were prepared by the consulting engineers Labrecque, Vezkia 4 Aeeoclatee. Tendering oteurnenta can be obtained on caah depoelt of $100 from the Director of Technical Services, Qty of Hud, Quebec or from the consorting engineers office Labrec-due.

Veltna 1 Associates, 3300 Ca-vencteh boulevard, Montreal, Quebec. The deposit tor plan and specifications wW be reimbursed If aH tendering documents are returned In good condition within IS days after (Tie opening of the tenders. To be considered, each tender must be submitted on the forma supplied with the tendering documents and must be accompanied by a oertthed cheque or an approved bid deposit for the total amount of parti- Clty of Hud SI 70.00O-. Outaouals Regional Community $90,000. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily bo accepted.

R. LESAQE; City Clerk. HULL. September 23th, 1975 I Margaret Evelyn Hansard; dear father of Pa- iWmxm. 3.

Fergus Maclaren), of Ottawa and Robert, of McLean, Vai; sur- vived by eight grandchildren a A- one great-grandchild. 'Servicesprivate. In lieuoff flowers, donations may- be sent to the Georgetown Uni versity Hospital, Surgical Vas- cular Fund, Suite 1401 Sur- -gery, Washmgton, D.C: HAWKINS, -Dr. William Har- LseyilBretire(LMajor) Suddenly- in hospital on Wednesday, Octf 1, 1975, Dr. William Harvey Hawkins, O.B.E.; (retired Major), husband- of Anna J.

Marquette and the late Alice Elliston; father of Kenneth William Hawkins, of Ottawa; Mrs R.Williams of Pointe Claire, Harvey George, John Russell and James Gordon, at home; brother of Percival Hawkins and Mrs. Ethel El liston, of England. President of St. George's Society; past president of the Architects' Association; power engineers, Lions Club and 410 Squadron, Uplands; World War Veteran. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St.

Service Saturday, 11 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. KEALEY, Patrick Suddenly in hospital on Thursday, Oct. 2, 1975, Pat Kealey, (of Black Rapids), husband of the late Annastasia Disley; dear brother of (Gert) Mrs. Patrick Watters, both of Ottawa; (Marjqne) Mrs.

Bui Dewan, Osgoode. Friends may call at the McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent after 7 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday in St. Monica's Omrch at 9 ajn.

Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. McCANN, Nora Margaret In hospital on Wednesday, Oct 1, 1975, Nora Blakemore, age 82, of 77 Florence St, widow of James J. McCann, dear of James, Bud, Margaret (Mrs. Earl Desjardins), Florence (Mrs. Harold Norton), Mrs.

Lillian Williams and Mrs. Helen St. Amour, dear sister of Vera Blakemore, of England, also survived by 10 grandchildren and 12 greatgrandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. W.

(Centre town), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday to St. Patrick's Church for mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery.

McPARLAN, Francis John At the (ireat War Memorial Hospital, Perth, on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1975, Francis John McParlan, in his 91st year; predeceased by his first wife Monica Cecelia McCann (1919), and his second wife Rose Anne Haughian (1957), dear father of Ray, of Perth; Margaret (Mrs. J. R. Murphy), Mrs.

Frances Gra ham, both of Kingston; Philip, of Toronto; and John, of Perth; predeceased by one son and two daughters; also survived by 14 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, 15 West Gore Perth. Requiem mass will be celebrated in St. John's Church, Perth, on Saturday, Oct 4, at 10 a.m. Interment St John's cemetery.

HULSE PLAYFAIR LIMITED Hawkins, Dr. William Harvty, O.B.E. (Retired Meor) Centrol Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 ALUMINUM VINYL SIDING INTER Atumhtum "tiding; pvcaonabV priced. All workmoiufilp guarantMd. LIKO ALUMINUM soffit, facttoard, windows, doors, free esflmstt, 224-st9 after 5.

AUTOMOBILE Soles and Service- REPAIRING and raplaelng vinyl roofs. Combar Auto Top Upholstarars, 1370 TrlOlt 744-2W. 8EAUPRE automotive, 2324M4. Open oay ana mom. parrs service.

ONTARIO Automatic Transmission Services, mt Montgomery, Vanler 744-3006. Same day service. BEAUTY SALONS FREDERICKS Beauty Salon. Expert hair stylists, precision cutting, colouring. BODY SHOPS MIDTOWN BODY Shop far the best In custom nalntlno.

metal flaklna. boat repairs, collision service and frame srroigniening. lyw ugnvte icoeo, tr 03I. ROBERTS Auto, Cleopatra custom painting. Also Saturday morning.

224-1510. CARPENTRY VERDON a Sons. Additions, alterations, recreation rooms. Free estimates. CARPENTRY.

General repairs. Free estimates, can 741443a. REPAIRS, renovations stairs, fences, roc rooms. Tree estimates, iimbm. RECREATION rooms, bars, alterations.

Call Art, 74W005. ALL CARPENTRY, drywoll and taping, spray ceilings, bathroom end ceramic vanity, plumbing, beating and electricity. 523-1914. EXPERIENCED carpenter would do store set-ups ana an types or sneir repairs. 745-5071.

CARPETS METCALFE Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners. Speclellzlng In wall-nwsll carpeting. Auto and Furniture upholstery. Free estimates. Call 121- 2525.

CATERING SERVICES UFFET Charbonneau. 232-3707. cold buffets from S3.20 Roast chicken din ner Quarter .05, naif k.js. Dishes and service-Included. KINGSWAY Tavern Steak House.

Specializing In Italian and Greek Cuisine. 722-9443. CAFE Versailles, elegant catering tor oil occasions. 215 Laurler, 7 70-5153. CEMENT WORK WILL pour and finish cement floor.

124411. CONTRACTORS ALAN Derlger Construction, alterations and repairs, speclollflng In repelrs to porches and vorondahs. Free es-tlmotes, workmanship guaranteed. References on demand. Lucerne, 644- 7494.

DENIS Construction, commercial, residential repairs and alterations. 731-3929. PRODECOR CONTRACTORS INC INTERIOR, exterior painting, wall, paper application. Custom work Is our speclolty. Coll us tor free estimate.

722-237. DELIVERY SERVICE FOR delivery, express service, call Excelsior, 237-4090 Mobile 312. LIGHT trucking with Vi-ron truck, ony-. time, also pointing. Cell Al, 2334204.

DENTURE REPAIR SERVICE 7 DAYS 24 hour service, no eppolntment necesiery. Pick up ond delivery. 737. 47W. DRYWALL AND CEMENT PLASTER, drywall, stucco, cement, repairs, Installation.

722-4521 1 722-3453. DRYWALL AND CEMENT 5VPS0CK Instolled and finished, pointing, stippled celling, ree. rooms. additions. 74iei3, 4iw.

JOINT" taping, sprayed ceilings, tax- rurea wans, repairs, ju-itu. ELECTRICIANS LICENSED BEACON Electric, 24 hour service, un beatable prices, 745-3649. EC-116. FURNITURE REPAIR FURNITURE made to vour specifics tlons. Free estlmales.

Reasonable prices. 774-4617. GARBAGE REMOVAL GARBAGE removal, all kinds, garages. bacxyaras. Free estimates, 728-4013.

ANYTHING ANYTIME WILL pick vp garbage In yards and lanes, ror last eervice, oja-ziui. GENERAL CONTRACTORS SELLES Construction. Bulldlno. reoolr- Ing, renovations, tlertrklty and plumbing References, 237.477. A I Construction, carpentry, plumbing, ceramic.

We do It all. 521-7630. GIFT SHOPS LAURENTIAN Trading Post. Imported nanaicrons. iroz Dank, 33-15u.

HOME IMPROVEMENT RELIABLE HOME CONSTRUCTION REL rooms, addition, custom nomas. call 225-5541, free estimates. CUSTOM built cabinets, vanities, custom woodwork, natural wood or formica. Oays, 2344103; evenings, 74- vzfli. CLOUTIER-DUDMAN Home Improve ment, caotnet making, painting, work guaranteed.

Free estimates. 225-3131. BEAT Inflation costs have vour home completely weather proofed from the roor oown to wiraow caulking, rww Fred otter 745-7204. HOME IMPROVEMENT TIME EUROPEAN workmanship, recreation rooms, garages, carports, general alterations. Will build your home on your lot.

All work guaranteed. 733. 4va anytime. a XMAS toys, furniture and bullt-lns, made to order. Call Jock Flower, 733- ai43.

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Illl Fv fades and life deoarts you live torever in our nearts. Mother find Family. SULLIVAN fn loving memory of dear mother and grandmother, Sarah Sullivan, who passed away October 1971. You Jeft behind an aching heart. That loved you most sincere; I never did, nor never win Forget you.

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