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Ottawa Journal Thursday, March 15, 1979. . . l I f Page 31 Lost Births & Deaths Births Obituaries no z 1 35. SIAMESE SEAL POINT. Pink and Perry Rood. Reward. 6B4-3t2. SIBERIAN Husky, block and grey, spoved female, lost teen near Bear-brook area, answers to Duffy. Reword. US-27V2. SMALL blonde cocker loan lei. te- maie. Belts Comers area, 120-246) otter 5. SMALL female cat, grey with black stripes. Ottawa South. 23S-&JJ5 WHITE Hound with Mack Batches. south of Cumberland, male. TO- JIM. YOUR pet may be at Humane Soci ety Shelter. 101 Champagne. Visit snener TO make sure. 36T Found" FLUTE -type mosicol instrument found near bus stop ot First and Percy near Glebe School, owner call 235-7339. LADY'S right hand glove, fur lined. Vicinity of Bank and Laurler bus stop. 729-4)911. LADY'S toque, child's knitted hat. otoves. Bi Minos Br I doe area. 733-1416. morning or evenings. 37. Apartments to Let APRIL I, Undentea. 1 bedroom, $212 parking Included, 749-7135. APRIL 1ST. I BEDROOM, walk-down, new wall to wall broodtoom, odult building, very quiet, 778-4061. APRIL 1, 2 bedroom, equipped. S215, 745-9039. APRIL 1st, upper duplex, facing pork, suit quiet adults, references. S265. 236-4778. APRIL 1st. 1 bedroom basement apartment. Heron Pork, $200, 731-7540. APRIL 1st. New Edinburg, modern 2 bedroom, living, dining, equipped. $317. 746-6383. APRIL 1st, Over brook, 3 bedroom, S325. After 4, 741-8492. APRIL 1, 1 bedroom. equipped. parking, $235. 772-8592. APRIL 1st., vanier. spacious 2 bedroom, $279, May 1st, l bedroom $196, heated, equipped, parking, 749-1430 evenings. ATTRACTIVE, modern, l bedroom, central, equipped, hydro, porking. 746-6120. AUGUSTA ST 141 AT RIDEAU NEW l bedroom apt., large kitchen, colored fridge, stove, Italian ceramic, very quiet, dead end street. Suit adults. May. $269. 745-8917. AVAILABLE immediately Vanier, spacious 1 bedroom, living, dining, equipped, heated, parking, $196. 749-1430 evenings. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY WEST END PHONE 124 4381 DELUXE 3 bedroom executive penthouse. 1 ond 2 bedrooms standard and deluxe, heated, indoor pool, games room, tuck shop, tennis court, close to NCC bicycle pathway situated in a country setting in Ottawa's west end. Call The Park Plaza at lOOQ Castlehill Cresc. 224-4381. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY West End Phone B2t-7052 LARGE ond small bachelors from $196; lorge and small 1 bedroom from $242; available immediately. Complete with heat, power, triage and stove. Very close to schools, large shopping centres and buses. Coin operated laundry facilities, parking extra. The Olympia Apart ments Bio Hinecresf Rd. AVAILABLE Immediately, centre town, one, two. three, Sandy Hill, bachelor one and two bedroom, Ottawa East, 1 bedroom. Lower Town, bachelor ond one bedroom. 238-4551. AVAILABLE May 1st. I bedroom apartment to sublet, with porking. 1435 Prince of Wales, 224-8066 after 6. AVAILABLE April 1st, 2 bedroom, living room, equipped kitchen, $180. Plus hydro. 235-5987. AYLMER, I bedroom, carpet everywhere, heated, fridge, stove, balcony, shed, laundry room, park-ing-plugln. 12 Front 6. 685-1895. A1 ACCOMMODATION THE New Riverton, available immediately, bachelors, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms, 100 Hinchey Corner Burnside at the Porkwav, overlooking Ottawa River. $200 Bonus for early occupancy. 722-8600 weekdays 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Weekends 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. BACHELORS and 1 bedrooms available near Civic ond Groce hospitals. Immediate occupancy, contact Janet, days, 235-3)63, or Sandy, evenings, 238-7254. BACHELORS, 1, 2 bedrooms, available now. Furnished, unfurnished, reasonable rotes. Laurent Ian Towers, 44 Bayswater. 722-7613. BACHELOR and spacious 2 bedroom, Elgin St. area. 234-6097. BACHELOR. CambridgeSomerset, $196, available April 1st. 235-8732. BACHELOR, third floor. $140, 400 MocLaren. After 6, 236-1614, daytime 234-5574. BACHELOR, equipped, available immediately, good condition, Vanier, $170, 746-7149, 224-7945. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom Apartments RIVERSIDE PLACE 1785 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 737-0381 The apartment too beautiful to sell The Northwest One was ongt-naUy built to be a luxurious condominium that offered everything But it was so beautiful we kept it to rent, e Spec tout 1-2 and 3 bedroom auftes Aw conditioning Large eat-m kitchen UntofQotlabki view ot the Ottawa River Storage area en suite Bilhard room, tuck shop indoor pool, tennta court, togging track and saunas Door Man Indoor parking Workshop czNorthWtSst One 2625 REQINA AVE. on Ottawa River Parkway For Appointment Cai 820-4063 OFFICE HOURS 12-0 p.m. Weekdays 1-6 p m. Weekends URPANDALE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Vital Statistics: 1 Adoptions 2 Births 3 Deaths 4 Obituaries Notices: 11 Societies and Lodges 13 In Memorlams 14 Anniversary Mosses 15 Cords ot Thonks 16 Funeral Directors 17 Cemetery Memorials 17a Cemetery Lots IB Cemeteries 19 Churches Services: 20 Florists ' 23 Druggists Open Sunday 23a Druggists Open Monday 24 Nursing Homes 25 Ambulance Service 26 Service Stations 27 Gourmet Dining 28 Banquets and Parties 29 Take-Out-Foods 30 Where to Go 31 Hotels and Motels 32 Beauty Salons 33 Gardening & Londscgping js lost Jo i-ouna RENTALS 37 Apartments to Let 38 Furn. Apartments to Let 39 Apartments Wonted 40 Furns. Apartments Wonted 41 Duplexes to Let 42 Condominiums to Let 43 Hses., Gorden Homes to Let 44 Furn. Houses to Let 45 Houses Wanted to Let 46 Furn. Hses. Wanted to Let 47 Sublets 48 Rooms to Let 49 Rooms Wanted 50 Room and Board 51 Share Accommodation - REAL ESTATE 52 Houses for Sale 53 Condominiums for Sale 54 Houses Wanted to Buy 55 Real Estate Services FINANCIAL 56 Financing 57 Monay Available 58 Money Wanted . 59 Mortgages 60 Investments 61 Patents & Copy PROPERTY 63 Business Opportunities 64 Industrial Properties 65 Property for Sale 66 Property for Rent 67 Property Wanted 68 Income Property 69 Commercial Property 70 Out-of-Town Property 71 Farms for Salej 72 Farms for Rent 73 Farms Wonted to Buv or Rent . 74 Cottages tor Sale 75 Cottages for Rent 76 Cottages Wanted 77 Cottage Lots tor Sale' 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 & Fishing MERCHANDISE Articles: 87 Ski Corner 88 Snowmobiles 89 Snow Blowers 90 Bicycles 91 Cameras 92 Articles for Sale 93 Articles Wanted 94 Articles for Rent 95 Articles for Swap 96 Antiques and Fine Art 97 Firewood & Fuel 98 Market Basket 99 Machinery 8. Equipment 100 Pet Stock 101 Livestock and Poultry 102 Stamps & Coins 103 Hobbies 104 Boats & Motors 105 Aviation 106 Office Equipment 107 Musical Supplies 108 Radio, Stereo, Television 109 C.B. Equipment 110 Household Appliances 112 Garage Sales AUTOMOTIVE Autos: 119 Auto Leasing 120 Autos tor Sale 121 Autos Wanted 122 Auto Accessories '123 Sports Cars 124 Auto Parts 125 Motor Sports Events 126 Antique Cors 127 Customized Vans Trucks: . 129 Trucks tor Sale 130 Truck Bodies 131 Trucks Wanted Trailers: 132 Motor Homes 133 Trailers for Sale 134 Trailers for Rent 135 Mobile Homes tor Sale 136 Mobile Homes for Rent 137 Mobile Homes Moved 138 Mobile Home Parks 139 Mobile Homes Exchanged 140 Campers Post 141 Campers Supplies 142 Camp Grounds Motorcycles: 145 Motorcycles for Sale 146 Motorcycles for Rent 147 Scooters for Sale 148 Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous: - 151 Garages 152 Parking space 153-Wlnterlzlng PERSONALS 175 Learning Exchange 176 Personal Memos 177 Transportation Avoiloble 178 Transportation Wanted 179 Camps Boys 8, Girls EMPLOYMENT 239 Office Help 240 Restaurant-Hotel Help 241 Help Wanted 242 Salespersons & Agents 243 Positions Vocont 244 Professional Services 246 Hospital Help Wanted 247 Employment Wanted 248 Domestic Help 248a Domestics Available " 249 Teachers Wanted 250 Tuition 251 Trode Schools 252 Baby Services 253 Day Care Centres MISCELLANEOUS 260 Legal 261 Auctions ' 300 "At Your Service" Journal Box Replies D - 713 716 732 73S 738 752 780 840 M 872 918 912 947 953 age, ' Replies Mailed March II, 1979 D - 976 983 984 986 991 993 994 TOO E - 5 8 Deaths CHAMBERLIN, Ray In hospital on Wednesday, March 14, 1979, Raymond Stewart Chamberlin, 255 Donald St., retired press- man. Ottawa Citizen, be- I loved husband of Ger- malne Lafleche; dear father of Carroll (Mrs. Ted Martin), Peter, Kingston, Ont.; brother of Florence (Mrs. Herbert Gaither), Linton, Ind.; predeceased by Clifford; seven grandchildren' survive. Resting at the Whe-lan Funeral Home, 515 Cooper St., between Bay and Lyon from 7 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday to Eastbrook United Church, 273 Donald St., for service at 10 a.m. Interment Plnecrest cemetery. CLARK, Isabel Jane Born in London, England, Member of Daughters of England, wife of the late George A. Clark and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Neal; survived by her son William (Bill); grandson Stephen and great-grandson Benji; sisters Nell, Ethel and Grace; nieces and nephews of London England; predeceased by daughter Marjorie and grandson Rodger. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service in the chapel Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. CRAWFORD, Nesbitt Ar thur In hospital Carle-ton Place, Ont., on Tuesday, March 13, 1979, Nesbitt Arthur Crawford, in his 83rd year, beloved husband of the late Nellie Lowe and by previous marriage of the late Gertrude Anderson; dear father of Lome, Ida (Mrs. N. Puckett), Wallace, Earl, Douglas and Joan (Mrs. W. White); survived by 11 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Ave., Carleton Place. Service in the chapel on Friday at 2 p.m. Interment United cemeteries. Legion service in the funeral home Thursday at 8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cardiac Fund of Branch 192 Royal Canadian Legion would be appreciated. HEBERT, Mrs. Rose In Ottawa on ' Wednesday, March 14, 1979, Rose Ma-lette, age 69 years, wife of the late Philippe Hcbert; dear mother of Raymond Hebert, of Kanata; Miss Pauline Hebert of Ottawa; dear sister of Ernest Malette, of Lefaivre; Mrs. Jos. Nadeau (Yvonne), Mrs. . Edgar Levasseur (Cecile), both of Ottawa; also survived by one grandchild Fran-cine. Resting at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Directors, 300 Ol instead St., Vanier. Funeral Saturday March 17, Eu-charistic celebration at Notre Dame de Lourdes Church, Cyrville, at 10 a.m. Burial at Crysler Ont. in the spring. Visiting hours 15 and 7-10 p.m. MALETTE, Amanda On March 13, 1979, at St. Mary's Hospital, Tim-mins, Ont., Mrs. Amanda Malette, age 75, predeceased by her husband Maurice in 1954; and one son Jack in 1977; survived by one daughter, Doreen (Mrs. Rene Martin), and one son, Lynus, both of Timmins; also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Delia Malo and Mrs. Lena Du-mouchel, two brothers Guillaume and Jean Louis, all of Fort Cou-longe; . she also leaves eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral service will be held at St. James Roman Catholic Church, Portage du Fort, Saturday, March 17 at 10:30 a.m. Friends and relatives may pay their respects at W. J. Hayes and Sons, Shaw-ville. Que., Friday evening March 16, 1979. HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED CLARK. Isabsl Jan MULLIGAN. Vara Anna BALL, William Lea Ph.D. Centra Chapel 233-1 143 West Chapel 728-1761 Deaths MULLIGAN, Vera Anne At Toronto, Ontario, after a brief Illness on Wednesday March 14, 1979, Vera' Anne ArmiUge, beloved w Mulligan,-dear mother of Lois, Lyda, Marilyn, and Stuart. Sadly missed by 15 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Resting at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. after 7 p.m. Friday. Service in the Chapel Saturday at 10 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. NApOLNY, Max On Wednesday, March 14, 1979, at a local hospital, age 83 years, beloved husband of the late Ida Ba-lasko; dear father of Samuel, Herbert Nadolny, Ottawa; Mrs. Lilian Mehlman, of Montreal; also survived by nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be held Thursday, March 15, from the Jewish Memorial Chapel, King Edward Ave., at 3 p.m. Interment Jewish Community Community cemetery. Shiva at 1954 Lcnester St. NEILSON, Catherine Beaton At Carleton Place, Ont., on Wednesday, March 14, 1979, Catherine Beaton' Brocas, beloved wife of the late William Howard Neilson; dear mother of Evelyn (Mrs. Harold Kettles), R. R. 2 Carleton Place; dear sister of James Brocas, Vancouver; predeceased by two brothers and three sisters, in her 89th year. Resting at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Ave. West, Carleton Place, where friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday. Service in the Funeral Home on Friday at 1 p.m. Interment Auld Kirk cemetery, Almonte. RAYCROFT, Dorothy In hospital on Wednesday, March 14, 1979, Dorothy May Fairbairn, Kempt-ville, age 71, beloved wife of Claude Raycroft; dear sister of Lome, Ogdens-burg, N.Y.; and Mrs. Mildred Van Camp, Crystal Rock. Resting Rolston Funeral Home, Kempt-vllle, 7 to 9 on Thursday and 2 to 9 on Friday. Service in the Chapel Saturday at 12 Noon. Interment Union Cemetery. RILEY, Thomas On Wednesday, March 14, 1979, Thomas Riley, in his 86th year, husband of the late Louisa Davis; and dear father of Lloyd, of Constance Bay; and Gail (Mrs. Don Cole), Smiths Falls, formerly of Ottawa; also survived by 5 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd (West of Churchill) from 2 to 9 p.m. on Thursday. Funeral service in the chapel Friday at 11:30 a.m. Interment Pinecrcst Cemetery. SHORTT, Margaret Elizabeth (Rintoul) In hospital at Toronto Ont., on Tuesday, March 13, 1979 Margaret Elizabeth Rintoul, beloved wife of William Ralph Short!; dear sister of Alva Rintoul, Carleton Place; and Archie Rintoul, Mass., USA. Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Ave., Carleton Place after 2 p.m. Friday. Service in the chapel on Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment Auld Kirk Cemetery, Almonte. STUART, Jane Morley At the Montreal General Hospital after a long illness, Jane Wilcox of Tu-tira Farm, Arundel, Que. Beloved wife of Toby Stuart. Dearest mother of Wilcox, Tarn, Judy, Jamie and Nonie and their families. Resting at home at The Farm. Visiting 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Service on Saturday at 2 p.m. from Grace Church, Arundel. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers donations to the Cancer Research Foundation would be appreciated. WOOD, Elizabeth At her residence 830 Canterbury . Ave., on Wednesday, March 14, 1979, Elizabeth McGuIre, beloved wife of W. Nevison Wood; dear sister of (Maureen) Mrs. G. McKenna, Kevin and Michael; all of Ottawa and Paul, Shawvllle, Que.; several nieces and nephews also survive. Friends may call at McE-voy Shields Funeral Home; 839 Kent St.r afer 2 p.m. Friday. Funeral arrangements to be 3. Deaths ALLEN, Esther In Hospital On Tuesday March 13, 1979, Esther Allen, for merly of Ottawa Centre Nursinff Hnmr- shp U anr. vIvmI hy prnHntph?wy' Bob and Ken Maley, both of Toronto. Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd. (West of Churchill) on Thursday evening from 7 - 9 p.m. Service Friday at 2 p.m. Cremation to follow. BALL, William Lee Ph D At home Wednesday, March 14, 1979, age 70, husband of Margaret A. (Peggy) Sage, dear father of William,-John, Mary, James and Martha. Grandfather of Grant, Lori, Angela and Jeffrey; brother of Dr. S. S. Ball, London, England. Friends may visit at home, 1374 Cavendish Road, Friday, March 16 from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 -p.m. Memorial service in chapel of Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St., Saturday, March 17, at 11:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers donations to the Heart Fund appreciated. BRUNE, Stephen On Saturday, March 10, 1979, as the result of an accident at Comox, B.C., in his 21st year, dearly loved son of Douglas Brune, 981 Connaught Ave., Ottawa; dear brother of Linda, Edmonton, Alta. Always in our hearts. CADIEUX, Jacques In hospital on Thursday, March 15, 1979, Jacques Cadieux, age 58, husband of Therese Lamarre; father of Jacques Jr., Smiths Falls; Paul, Robert, Gilles, Michel, Ottawa; Mrs. Robert Nicholas (Suzanne), Arnprior ; Mrs. Jim Bolton (Elaine), Ottawa; Mrs. Eric La-gace (Louise), Carleton Place; Mrs. Ned Colovec (Jeanne), Ottawa and Misses Annette and Nicole; brother of Jean, Belleville; Robert, Mrs. H. Powers (Jeanne), Ottawa; Mrs. L. Carre (Jacqueline), Labrador; Mrs. A. Mucha (Therese), Cas-selman; Mrs. Guy Lepine (Roberte), Gatineau; Mrs. Louise Jones, Aylmer; Miss Madeline Cadieux, Montreal; he also leaves 10 grandchildren. Resting at the Lan-dreville Funeral Home, 578 Somerset West.- Funeral on Saturday, service in St. Remi Church (time later). Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE Dependable, Moderate Rates 233-4773 584 Somerset Street West Veitch-Draper Ltd. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 453 Parkdale Ave. 728-4673 Excellence Without Extravagance Since 1902 T. Eldon Veitch Clive E. Veitch Lorenz Zohr R. B. (Rob Lavern) Funeral Director Death Is the most real of all realHlea - and yet H la perhaps the hardest ol all reaH-tlee Id face. The funeral director - more than moat people - has ympaffwHc undemanding of the nature of grief. He kt there - a conaoMng support - when a bereaved family needs aomeone to be there -i aomeone who cares. Tubman Funeral OTTAWA I NORTH Q0WH) CARP jiLf""" - 1 wawaawaawjesVeaeafceaawawassssi Home ALARIE Richard and Diane (nee Couslneau) are pleased to announce the birth of Patrick, 9 lbs., 2 ozs., on March 3, 1979, a brother for hantaliaild I Marc and a grandson ol Mr. and Mrs. Florian Couslneau and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Alarie. Many thanks to Dr. D'AnJou and Dr. Patry and maternity staff at Montfort Hospital. BOUCHER Claud and Suzanne are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, weighing 11 lb. 4 oz, at 8:25 a.m., March 13, 1979. Special thanks to Dr. Amyot, and staff at the Sacred Heart Hospital. BROWN Tom and Marion (nee Metcalfe) are proud to announce the birth of their first son, Khristopher Thomas, March 14, 1979 weighing 8 lbs., 6 ozs. Thanks to Dr. Murphy, Dr. McPhedrane and staff at the Almonte Hospital. CANADIAN Mothercraft offers preparation for childbirth programs. Call us. DEWAN Brian and Bridget (nee Boucher) arc pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Erin Margaret, on March 14, 1979, weighing 7 lbs. 7 ozs. at the Riverside Hospital. Proud grandparents are Marjorie Dewan and Earl and Peg Boucher. Thanks to Dr. Koroniac and Dr. Andrews and the caseroom staff. JONES Jimmy and San dra (nee Harkess) are proud to announce the arrival of Tammy Ann, born March 13, 1979, weighing 5 lbs. First grandchild for Mr. & Mrs. Jones and fourth for Mr. and Mrs. Harkess. Special thanks to caseroom at the Civic - Hospital. LA FOREST Kimberley-Ann and Leo would like to announce the .birth of their daughter. Amy Louise, at the Civic Hospital on March 12, 1979, weighing 8 lbs., 2 ozs. Many thanks to Dr. H.G. Smith and caseroom staff. MOIIER Timothy and Sheryl (nee Payment) thank God and Drs. Held, Allan and Beggs and the marvellous staff at the Grace for the safe arrival of Quinton David, 2.7 kg (6 lbs.) on Sunday, March 11, 1979. A brother for Jo-celyn Alana. First grandson for Mrs. Aurel Payment, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moher. PEARL-CARTU Gert and Jerry Pearl are overjoyed to announce the birth of their first grandchild, Joshua Michael Oren, to Lynda and Lazar Cartu on March 11 at St. Catharines, Ontario. First great grandchild for Mrs. Fanny Gennis, Ottawa and Mrs. Hanah Pinslcr, Israel. PHILLIPS James and Linda proudly announce the birth of their son Wesley Kenneth, 9 lbs., 2 ozs., on February 25, 1979. Sincere thanks to Martha of caseroom Grace General Hospital. Proud grandparents Mr.a.nd Mrs. H.K. Phillips, of Ottawa 'and Mr. and Mrs. O. Brise-bois, of Normctal, Que. ROSS Eileen and Kenyon are very happy to an nounce the birth of their first child, Erin Elizabeth, 8 lbs., 10 ozs., on March 5, 1979, at the Riverside Hospital. Many thanks to Dr. Andrews and staff. ROY Vicki (nee Rock- burn) and Rob are proud to announce the arrival of their first child, Tabitha Lyn, on Monday, March 12, 1979, at 5:43 p.m. She was a happy 5 lbs., 14 ozs, and was 49 cm long. Her parents would like to thank Dr. Andrews for making the delivery and the caseroom nurses for everything they did to make them comfortable. SMITH Ross and Ans (nee Johanna Wilbrink) proudly, announce the arrival of twin brothers for Christina, Ross Anthony (5 lbs. 5 ozs.) and Philip Norman (5 lbs., II ozs.), on March 11, 1979, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. THOMPSON BARRIE Michael and Linda proudly announce the arrival of Tracy-Lynn Carla, 7 lbs., 3 ozs., 20 inches long, on February '6, 1979, at 12:21 a.m. Thanks to Dr. Ellis and Dave Carpenter. YOUNG, John C. (Jak) on Feburary 23, 1979, at St. Petersburg, Fla., in his 96th year, John C. Young, husband of the te Jean Whltton. A resi- I dent of St. Petersburg since 1960, he lived, for several years in Ottawa where he was an elder of McLeod-Stewarton United Church. Survived by two sons, J. Cromwell, of Ottawa, and D. Malcolm, of Vancouver; a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Landon, of St. Petersburg; seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. A memorial service was held In St. Petersburg on March 2. Interment Beechwood cemetery, Ottawa. 13. In Memoriams BEYERS In lovlna memory of our mother Beatrice Beyers, who passed away March 15. 1975. Loving and kind In oil her ways. Upright and lust to the end of her days; Sincere and true. In her heort and mind, Beoutiful memories she left behind. The Family. CUNNINGHAM-CHARE TTE In lovlna memory of o dearly beloved daughter ond sister, Huberte, who passed away Morch 15. 1968. For memory is the only friend. That grief can coll it's own. - Missed bv, Mamon ond Gaby, Houston, Texas EVERETT In loving memory of Ernest Everett who passed away March 15, 1976. Tnere is a link death connot sever. Love ond remembrance lost for ever. Wife Irene ond Daughter Moll v. LECOMTE In loving memory of my dear fathei Napoleon (Nap), who passed awa March 15, 197B. Memory drifts to scenes lone, post. Time rolls on but memories last, I treasure the memory of thos happy days When we wereafl tooether. Loving daughter Nora. MocPHERSON In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Chester (Mac) MacPherson, who passed away Morch 15, 1971. His memory Is as dear today As In the hour he passed away. Lovingly remembered. Gloria. Pete, Debbie and Diane MACPHERSON In lovlna memory ot a dear husband Chester MocPherson, who passed away Morch 15, 1971. Love's greatest gift Remembronce. Rosalie. MCMANUS In loving memory of a dear husband and father Thomas who passed away March 15, 1978. God took him home, It was His will But in our hearts he liveth still. Margaret and Family. McRUER In loving memory of a dear husband, Robert M. McRuer, who passed away March 15, 1974, There is a link death cannot sever. Love ond remembrance last forever. Wife Isabelle McRUER In loving memory of a dear father ond grandfather Robert McRuer, who passed away March 15, 1974. Till memory fades ond life deports. You live forever In our hearts. Barbara, Dwlght ond Grant. QUAIL In living memory of our dear husband and father Carvel Quail, who was called home, Morch 15, 1976. You ore with us In all we do. Your love will guide us on and see us through. Though absent you ore always near, Still loved, still missed and still very dear. Sadly missed by wife Mabel and Family. STEVENSON In loving memory of a dear mother Elizabeth Stevenson, .who passed away Morch 15, 1977. H Nothing con ever toke away The love oheart holds dear.. Fond memories linger every day, Remembronce keeps her near. Daughter Lillian, grandchildren Shirley ond Garry and great -grandchildren. 20. Florists hlNE'STLOWERS LIMITED When words are inadequate, send flowers Irom Fine s . 737-0750 24. Nursing Homes LOCAL retirement home. 24 hour nursing supervision. Days 749-9807. 27. Gourmet Dining SORENTO Italian cuisine. Dell-clous, priced lust right, 326 Elgin. 234-7896. 35. Lost BLACK ond white mini collie, child's pet, answers to Lodv, 7 collars, tattoo number on stomach. 731-7771. Reward. BLACK wallet. Important Identifi cation, licence, Churchhill Arms, reward. 825-1771. BUSHNELL blnoculors. In brown leather case, March 10, at Civic Centre. 663-4818 evgs. CHESTERTON Drive orea, chubby grey ond white cot. 224-3367. DOG. mole, 1' high, long brown hair, white underneath, green eves. 7 months. Answers to Smoky. Over-brook area. 746-7625. FLAT wallet, pension check Inside, at Corllnawood. Reword. 722-2472. GLENCAIRN area, mature male, greybrown tabby cat, dec lowed, neutered, very lovoMe and Irreplaceable. 836-3645 otter 5 p.m. GOLD Watch. Tlssot, egg shaped, brown suede Strap, downtown area Wednesday, reward, 746-4102 leave message. MANS block learner, wallet, containing cards only, 234-3966. MIXED German Shepherd, Wood-lawn area 832-7938. NAVY blue tote bog with pockoge of letters Inside, Monday morning 41 bus line or Kingston Avenue areo. 779-9709 anytime. : REDDISH brown, female Pomeran-lon, "lady", family pet, St. Laurent Btvd.r DoncM area, Reward 744-9409. REWARD for return of diamond ring tost ot University of Ottawa, 233-0604. I I Pi 9 lZj A GIFT FOR NEW MOTHERS Wbefi you place your birth or adoption notice In the Ottawa Journal tor three consecutive days, you will receive a tree copy of Dr. Fttzhugh Dodson ' 441 page, million copy best HOW TO PARENT The revolutionary new approach to your child's formative years that purs oy back Into parent-hood and disciptina back Into chHdraarlng. Phone your birth announcamant to: The Ottawa Journal Want Ads. SeS-sm. 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