The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on September 28, 1976 · Page 44
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44 , Tuesday, September 28, (503371V CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Vital Statistics: 1 Adoptions . 2 Births 3 Deaths ' 4 Obituaries 5 Lost 6 Found Notices: 13 In Memoriams 14 Anniversary Masses 15 Cards of Thanks 15a Acknowledgements 16 Funeral Directors 17 Cemetery Memorials '' 17o Cemetery Lots ' 18 Societies & Lodges . 19 Churches 20 Florists 21 Cemeteries - 79 Druggists Open Sunday ; 29a Druggists Open Monday Services: 30 Service Stations 33 Banquets & Parties 34 Take-Out Foods 35 Where to Go 36 Hotels & Motels 37 Beauty Salons . 38 Nursing Homes . 39 Gardening & Landscaping 40 Ambulance Service "RENTALS 52 Duplexes to Let 53 Condominiums to Let 54 Apartments to Let 55 Furn. Apartments to Let 56 Apartments Wanted 57 Houses, Garden Homes 58 Furn. Apartments Wanted 59 Sublets 60 Rooms to Let -61 Rooms Wanted 62 Room & Board 62a Share Accommodation1 PROPERTY 63 Business Opportunities 64 Industrial Properties 65 Property tor Sale 66 Property for Rent 67 Property Wanted 68 Income Property 69 Commercial Property 70 Out-of-Town Property 71 Farms for Sale 72 Farms for Rent 73 Farms Wanted to Buy 74 Cottages for Sale 75 Cottages for Rent - 76 Cottages Wanted 77 Cottage Lots for Sole 78 Warehouse Space 79 Offices to Let 80 Offices Wanted to Let 81 Stores to Let 82 Stores Wanted to Let 83 Resorts 85 Hunting & 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 & Equipment 100 Pet Stock n, 101 Livestock & Poultry 102 Stamps & Coins 103 Hobbies 104 Boats & Motors 107 Musical Supplies 108 Radio, Stereo, Television 109 C.B. Equipment 110 Household Appliances AUTOMOTIVE Autos: 1 19 Auto Leasing 120 Autos for Sale - 121 Autos Wanted 122 Auto Accessories 123 Sports Cars 124 Auto Parts 125 Motor Sports Events Trucks: 129 Trucks for Sale 130 Truck Bodies 131 Trucks Wanted Trailers: 132 .Motor Homes 133 Trailers for Sale " 134 Trailers for Rent 135 Mobile Homes for Sale 136 Mobile Homes for Rent 137 Mobile Homes Moved - 138 Mobile Home Parks 139 Mobile Homes Exchanged 140 Campers Post 141 Campers Supplies Motorcycles: 145 Motorcycles for Sale 146 Motorcycles for Rent 147 Scooters for Sale 148 Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous: ' 151 Garages 152 Parking space 153 Winterizing REAL ESTATE 157 Houses for Sale 158 Real Estate Services 159 Condominiums 160 Furn. Houses to Let 161 Furn. Hses. Wanted to Let 162 Houses Wanted to Let 163 Houses Wanted to Buy PERSONALS 175 Learning Exchange 176 Personal Memos 177 Transportation Available 178 Transportation Wanted 179 Camps Boys 8, Girls FINANCIAL 185 Financing 186 Money Wanted 187 Money Available 188 Mortgages 189 Investments 190 Patents & Copy employment" 239 Office Help 240 Restaurant-Hotel Help 241 Help Wonted 242 Salespersons & Agents 243 Positions Vacont 244 Professional Services ' 246 Hospital Help Wonted 247 Employment Wanted 248 Domestic Help 249 Teachers Wanted 250 Tuition 251 Trade Schools 252 Baby Services 253 Day Care Centres "MISCELLANEOUS 260 Legal 261 Auctions 300 "At Your Service" 1 976 Ottawa Journal Today and ; Tomorrow Open house, Counterpoint School, 142 Lewis St., 7.30 p.m. National Film Theatre films Black Christmas and Fortune and Men's Eyes, National, Library, 395 Wellington St., 7.30 p.m. Open general meeting for residents of the Alexander area,, Alexander Community Centre, 960 Silver St., 8 p.m. Westboro Lodge' Odd Fellows bingo, 3865 Richmond Rd., 8 p.m. The Canadian Foundation for Ileitis and Colitis open meeting, v Ottawa General Hospital, main auditorium, 8 p.m. TOMORROW Blood donor clinic, Place Bell Canada, 160 Elgin St., main foyer, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Recovery meeting, self-help method for nervous persons, 116 Empress Ave), 8.15 p.m. Ottawa Valley Heelers Modern Square Dance Club meeting, Rideauview Hall, 1316 Bank St., 8.30 p.m. Births BAIRD Bill and Renate (nee Muller) proudly announce the arrival of Kathryn Anne Muller, 7 lbs, 3 ozs at Ottawa Civic on Sept. 24, 1976. Very special thanks to Dr. Resnick and staff. BOURNE Winston and Marion (nee Scollan) are pleased to announce the ar-, rival of Liana Laura, 5 lbs., on Sept. 21, 1976, at Ottawa Civici-Many -thanks to Dr. . Puddicombe. , CONGRATULATIONS from Mothercraft to new parents and babies. , FORD The newest model produced by Cathy and Kirk is Darlene Elizabeth. She was delivered at 4.49 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 24, 1976 at the Grace Hospital and weighed 8 lbs., 7 ozs. . She joins Tanya and Christine to complete the Ford family line. FRANCIS Don and Adele are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Ellen Braun, on Saturday, Sept. 25, 1976. A special thank - you to the staff at the Riverside Hospital. GARDNER Bill and Heather (nee McCredie) announce the birth of a , baby boy, Dennis Clifford, 9 lbs., 8 ozs., Sept. 22, 1976. GODSALL Jim and Kathy (nee Ryan) are delighted and proud to announce the healthy-arrivaLot William Ryan, on September 22, 1976, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Thanks to Dr. Gluck and caseroom staff. HILL Hi! My name is Dennis. I was born at the Riverside Hospital on Sept. 22, 1976, 8.01 a.m. weighing 71bs. 13!4 ozs. My Mommy and Daddy (Sandy and Gerry) love me very much and thank God for my safe arrival. I am the first grandson for Shirley and Roily Bourque, sixth for Irene and Harvey Hill. HUGHES Jim and Diana (nee Bulger) are happy to announce the birth of their first-born, a daughter, Sept. 23, 1976, at the Civic Hospital. Our sincere thanks to Drs. Ivey, Beresford and the caseroom staff and an extra special thanks to Dr. John Atkinson. KARSON Bill and Barbara are very proud to announce the birth of their first son, William Frederick Charles, 6 lbs., 14 ozs., born at 3.51 a.m. on Sept. 25, 1976, at the Grace Hospital. Our sincere thanks to Dr. Held, Dr. Bourke and nurse Kelly for all their help. KEITH Bob and Jane (nee Mann) are happy to announce the birth of Ryan's brother, Bradley Edward, at the Grace Hospital, Sept. 24, 1976. Thanks to Dr. Burgess. KENNEDY John and Beth (riee Craig) happily announce the arrival of their second born, Craig Heath, 7 lbs., 64ozs., at 10.59 a.m. Sept. 25, 1976, at Riverside Hospital. KROLL Gerd and Keldlne FitzGerald are proud to announce the birth of William Bard FitzGerald on Sept. 22, 1976 at the Grace Hospital. Thanks to Drs. Allen and Johri and the case room staff. A most welcome gift , to a new born baby. GIFT CERTIFICATE for diaper service. - OTTAWA DIAPER SERVICE Diapm Aft Sofl, white Sleiized. . Regular Size an) large at the nm price. 770-1543 770-1544 Births LEWREY Ian and Peggy (nee Kinchen) are happy to announce the birth of their son, Scott Alexander, a brother for Christine, at the Grace Hospital on Sept. 27, 1976. ' LINDSAY Dr. Don and Brenda are proud to announce the arrival of their third son on Sept., 23, 1976, at the Civic Hospital. A brother for Jeff and Jason. MANN Roy and Sandra (nee Meehan) are happy to announce the birth of a daughter, 6 lbs., 2 ozs., Sept. 27, 1976, at Mlssissau-ga, Ont. Grandparents, Mrs. L. Meehan, Ottawa; and Mr. and Mrs. W. Mann, Montreal. MORRISON Bruce and Wendy (nee Sculthorpe) are pleased to announce the birth of a son Brody on Sept. 24, 1976, at Charlotte- v town, P.E.I. MORROW Bruce and Sheila (nee Ramsay), announce with great pleasure the birth of Shannon Adaire; 8 ' lbs. 5 ozs. at the Civic Hospital on Sept. 26th, 1976. A welcomed sister for Tyler. The proud grandparents are Madeline and Russell Ramsay of Ottawa and Myrtle and Lynn Morrow of Metcalfe, Ontario. Many sincere thanks to Dr. Ivey and Dr. Powell, and wonderful caseroom staff. OVERTON Reg and Jane (nee Montague) are proud to announce the birth of U-Kelly Maureen,- 7 lbs., 2 ozs., on Saturday, Sept. 25, 1976, at the Grace Hospital. - A sister for Kathleen. SHARP Bob and Helen (nee Farquhar) are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Jennifer Anne, 10 lbs., 10 ozs., at 6.27 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, 1976. First grandchild for Mrs. R. C. E. Sharp, Ottawa, Ont. and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Farquhar, of North Bay, Ont: Special thanks to Dr. Kronick and caseroom staff, Ottawa Civic Hospital. SNELL Peter and Gail (nee Williamson) proudly announce the birth of a son, Steven, Sept. 23, 1976. A brother for Kristin and Janet, Don Mills, Ont. STORY Bruce and Linda are happy to announce that Shannon has a sister Tara Courtenay, born Sept. 23, 1976, at the Grace Hospi-. tal. VOUT Bob and Julie (nee Hermanson) . proudly-announce the arrival of a son, Sept. 22, 1976. Sincere thanks to Dr. Quarrington and fourth floor staff at the Civic. WEBSTER Patricia and William are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Stephanie Ann, born Sept. 24, 1976, 10.37 p.m. at the General Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Conklin and caseroom staff. WOLTMAN The special arrival of a miracle, 16:41 hrs. Sept. 25, 1976. My name is Ryan Paul Francis, weight 5 lbs., 8ozs. Parents Ronald and Joyce greeted me with delightful wonderment followoing nine months of preparation and anticipation. First grandchild for Joseph and Margaret Francis, of Ottawa, and and second grandson for Annette Wolt-man; all concerned beaming proud-eyed twinkles at me. Thanks to Dr. Taylor and the warm and friendly Riverside staff. Now it's all up to me! YANTHA Donald and Karen (Fleurie) proudly announce the safe arrival of Brian Daniel, 9 lbs. 3 oz. on Sept. 24, 1976. Thanks to Dr. Wallace, the staff at Civic Hospital and Mother-craft. Daaths ADAMS, Celia In hospital on Sunday, Sept. 26, 1976, Celia Adams of Hawthorne, Ont., in her 82nd year; dear sister of William R., and Gordon, at home; Mrs. Hazel Mulligan, Mrs. Minnie Stanley, John and Archie, all of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St., after 7 p.m, Monday. Service Tuesday 1 p.m. Interment Hawthorne cemetery. VICE & CRAIG LIMITED Funeral Hornet METCALFE WINCHESTER V CHESTERVILLE ';r 774-2120 ' ; -. One convenient telephone number aarvn a 3 location Births 3. Deaths AMYOTTE, Etta May In hospital on Saturday, Sept. 25, 1976, Etta Young of Ottawa in her 82nd year, wife of the late Henry Amyotte; and dear sister of Helen (Mrs. H. W. Holgate), of Ottawa and the late Frank Young. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Rd. at Roosevelt. Service at All Saints' Anglican Church, Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Maple Grove cemetery, Hazel-dean. AUCLAIRE, Mrs. Andree In Montreal on Sunday, Sept. 26, 1976, at the age of 45 years, dear mother of Yvan, of St. Hilaire; dear sister of Maurice of the Niagara district; Mrs. Emile Latremouille (Fran-coise), of Montreal; Mrs. Andre Pallascio (Jeanne); Mrs. Frank Walton (Therese), of Ottawa; Mrs. Georges Pommier (Jacqueline), of Cornwall. Visitation after 1.00 p.m. Wednesday at Racine Robert and Gauthier, Funeral Directors, 260 Besserer between King Edward and i Nelson. Eucharistic celebration Thursday, Sept. 30, at St. Vincent de Paul Church at 12 noon. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa.. AUSTIN, B. Jane In hospital on Monday, Sept. 27, 1976. B. Jane Austin, 395 Somerset St. West, daughter of the late Henry and S. Jane Austin, of Fenelon Falls, Ont. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service on Wednesday, at 10 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. CAVANAGH, T. ' Vernon ' Suddenly at Smiths Falls, Ont., on Monday, Sept 27, 1976, T. Vernon Cavanagh, in his 55th year, beloved son of Bertha Burgess and the late Roy Cavanagh; dear father of Sharon (Mrs. James Deacon), Lanark; Lorraine (Mrs. Jim Da we), Springhill, N.S.; Meryle (Mrs. Fred Partridge), Toronto; Daryl, Vancouver and Keith, of Kingston. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, is West Gore St., Perth. Funeral service will be conducted in the chapel Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 11 a.m. Interment Elmwood cemetery. In remembrance, donations may be made to the memorial fund of your choice. COWAN, William Alexander In hospital on Sunday, Sept. 26, 1976, William Alexander Cowan, of 1455 Heatheringfon Rd., former- ly of Metcalfe, Ont., in his 9lst year, beloved husband of Ida Comrie, father of Mrs. Frank Morrison (Hazel), Smiths Falls, Ont.; Clifford and Mrs. Arnold Acres (Pearl), both of Ottawa; Lloyd of Manotick - and the late Ross; brother of Mrs. Henry' Cinnamon (Rose Emma), of Winchester; Mrs. Stewart Jeacle (May), of Metcalfe and Mrs. Robin Campbell (Violet), of Vernon; also survived by 13 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service in the chapel on Wednesday 2 p.m. Interment Springhill cemetery. HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED STANLEY, Stella E. AUSTIN, B. Jane. PATTERSON, Eva M. RADBOURNE.Mark Edward. IRWIN, Kathleen. COWAN, William Alexander McHUQH, Mabel ADAMS, Celia Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 0 RESPECT FOR THE WISHES OF THE FAMILY RESPECT FOR THE DECEASED i ' COURTEOUS ATTENTION TO ALL WHO CALL and Death 3. Daaths Des RIVIERES, Jacques Quebec City, Sept. 24, 1976, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leon T. Des Rivieres, husband of Madeleine Moris-set; father of Marie-Jose (Mme. Michel Pigeon), Claude and Genevieve; brother of Mme. Bernard De L. Bourgeois (Magde- . leine), of Montreal; Mme. Patrick Leahy (Helene), of . Quebec City; and Suzanne, of Ottawa; also survived by two grandchildren Mireille and Catherine Pigeon. Funeral services on Sept. 28 in Quebec City. In lieu of flow-, ers, memorials to the Canadian Heart Foundation, would be appreciated. DEVLIN, ,Garry Elwyn Suddenly at his home, RR 6, Perth, Ont., on Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1976, Garry Elwyn Devlin, in his 39th year, beloved husband of Edith Crosbie; dear father of Daniel, Dale, Debbie and Dawn; dear son of Allan Devlin and the late Helena Coyles; stepson of Mabel Devlin; dear brother of Mervin and Ronald Devlin. Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Ave., Carleton Place. Service in the chapel on Thursday at 2 p.m. Interment United cemeteries. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart Fund. B.B.D.&E. Fire Company Service Wednesday, at 8 p.m. L.O.L. No. 7 Drummond service Wednesday at 8.30 p.m. DEVLIN, Mrs. Veda At her residence, 2870 Cedarwood St.," Apt. 203, on Sunday,. Sept. 26, 1976, Veda McRae, age 58 years, beloved wife of Thomas Devlin and dear mother of Thomas and Mrs. . Veronica Holmes, of Mis-sissauga, Ont. and Patrick, of Halifax. Funeral Wednesday from Turner and Porter "Peel Chapel," Hurontario St., Toronto to St. Patrick's Church, at 11 a.m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery, Toronto. Enquires Ottawa, 232-5337. FISCHER, Esther Lena In hospital on Saturday, Sept. 25, 1976, Lena Fischer, of 25 Sims Ave., in her 87th year; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fischer. Resting Veitch Draper Ltd., 453 Parkdale Ave. Service in the Chapel Tuesday, 11 a.m. Interment Hull cemetery HOMIER, Emile Suddenly at his residence on Saturday, Sept. 25, 1976, at the age of 67 years, Emile Homier, beloved husband of Jeanne Rossignol; dear fa- ther of Maurice Raymond, of Ottawa; dear brother of Mrs. Helene Vaive, of Ga-tineau; Mrs. Jeanne Gascon, of Ottawa; Mrs. Hector Tremblay (Juliette), Mrs. Marcel Beauregard (Jeaninne), of Ottawa; dear nephew of Mrs. Marie Rose Blanchard; also survived by 5 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Visitation at Racine Robert and Gauthier Funeral Directors, 259 St. Patrick at Dalhousie. Eucharistic celebration Wednesday, Sept. 29, at Notre Dame du St. Esprit Church, at 11: 00 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. HUNT, Susan Jeanette In hospital, Pembroke, Monday, Sept. 27, 1976, Susan Jeanette Hunt, beloved wife of the late Robert Hunt of Eganville, dear mother of Shirley (Mrs. Arthur Watson), Mary (Mrs. James Miller), Sterling and Gary of Eganville; dear sister of Mrs. T. Buckwald, Janie (Mrs. Lloyd Leech), Wheeler Sterling and L. G. Sterling of Eganville. Resting at his late residence, Wallace Street, Eganville. Funeral service will be held in Melville United Church, Eganville, Thursday, Sept. . 30 at 2 p.m. Interment Melville United cemetery. IRWIN, Kathleen In hospital Sunday, Sept. 26, 1976, widow of Major Arthur De-lacherois Irwin, of Carnagh House, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, survived by one sister Mrs. Norah Atkinson, Ottawa; also four nieces and two nephews. Private funeral was held at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, on Tuesday. Cremation. Please omit flowers. FRED N. GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE QUIET COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE 233-4773 584 Somerset Street West Journal Bok Rsplks B 288 310 334 350 363 370 376 384 385 388 391 406 414 450 461 469 479 482 489 498 499 Replies Mailed Sept. 26, 197S . F 423 435 439 444 445 447 448 452 454 455 468 469 475 477 4K3 488 490 491 493 494 496 500 505 507 Daaths KUEHL, Frederick In hospital, Amprior, Monday, Sept. 27, 1976. Frederick Kuehl, of Arnprior, in his , 77th year, dear stepson of "' Bertha Kargus, son of the late Herman and Mary Kuetil; dear husband of Mabel Scheel; dear father of Gerald, Amprior; dear . brother of Lester, Regina; Viola (Mrs. Percy Getz), Killaloe; Annie (Mrs. Eddie Jahn), Quadville; Gertrude (Mrs. Orin Zum-mach), Lunenburg, Ont.; predeceased by Eileen; dear grandfather of Ronald, of Ottawa. Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home, . Arnprior until 12 noon Thursday, thence to the First Baptist Church for service at 2 p.m. Interment Arnprior cemetery. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the First Baptist Building Fund. LANDRY, Clara In hospi-' tal on Sunday, Sept. 26, , 1976, at the age of 81 years, - Clara Houle, wife of the. late Jean Valmore Landry; dear mother of Jean-Edouard, of Ottawa; Andre, of Ottawa; Mrs. Fernand Paquette (Carmen), Mrs. Jacqueline Sa-bourin; Mrs. Marcel Le-brun (Therese), Mrs. Rene Bonhomme (Rejeanne), Mrs. Gilles Chenier (Marie-Paule), all of Ottawa; dear uncle of Miss Rollande Spenard, of Ottawa; also survived by 18 grandchildren and 4 greatgrandchildren. Visitation at Racine Robert and Gauthier, Funeral Directors, 259 St. Patrick at Dalhousie. Eucharistic celebration Wednesday, Sept. 29, at St. Anne Church at 9:00 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. McHUGH, Mabel Suddenly at her home, Pendleton, Ont. on Monday, Sept. 27, . 1976, Mabel Margaret Reid, age 83 years, wife of, the late Harry McHugh, be- loved mother of Oral of Ottawa; Bert of Bay Ridges, Ont.; sister of Mrs. Alice Robillard, Ottawa; also five grandhildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. after 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 28. Funeral Thursday 2 p.m. Sept. 30 at Pendleton United Church. Interment Westminister cemetery. Donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation would be appreciated. MOORMAN, Mrs. Margaret In hospital Saturday, Sept. 25, 1976, Margaret Gaghon, aged- 72 yearsr ot 160 Charlotte St., widow of Donald James Moorman; and dear mother of James, John and William, all of - Ottawa; and Donald, of Paris, France; dear sister of Claire, Winnipeg, Man.; and ' 19 grandchildren. Friends may call at McE-voy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St., 7-9 p.m. Sunday and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday. Funeral Tuesday to St. Joseph's- Church. Mass 12:00 noon. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. PATTERSON, Eva M. In hospital on Monday, Sept. 27, 1976, Eva M. Hunt, 61 Helena St., widow of Gordon B. Patterson, in her 67th year; mother of Elizabeth, Toronto; sister of Sterling Hunt and Mrs. Kenneth . Latham (Inda); both of Ottawa.- Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Ser- " vice on Thursday at 2 p.m. . . Interment Beechwood cem- ' etery. PICKETT,' Victor Charles Suddenly in an Ottawa hospital, Monday, Sept. 27, 1976, Vic Pickett, age 51, RR 3, Manotick, beloved husband of Yvonne (Von-nie) Vincent and dear father of Mrs. Patrick Connor (Sandra), Lynda and Debbie; brother of Mrs. Ken Hawkins (Muriel), British Columbia; Mrs. John Boxma (Elsie) and Dr. Syd Pickett, Manotick; loving grandfather of Matthew and Dana. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt where friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday and on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Service in the chapel Thursday, 11 a.m. Cremation Pinecrest. The family requests that those desiring may make memorials in Vic's memory to the Cardiac Unit of the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Journal Subtcriptio RatM SINGLE COPV PRICE Weekday 1S, Saturday 35 BV CARRIER $44.20 yar or 86 week BV MAIL CANADA On month $6 00, alx month $33.00 or on year $60.00. Saturday only 60 a week, S31 .20 year. i-.!--- ' .- OTHER COUNTRIES On month St 0.00 or on year St 10 00. Saturday only $1 .00 a week, $52.00 (year. Daaths POTVIN, Helen In hospital on Saturday, Sept, 25, 1976, Helen Sullivan age 58, beloved wife of Roger Potvin, of 825 Kingsmere Ave., dear mother of Mark and Barry; dear sister of Mrs. Mary McGonigal of Arnprior, Mrs. Nora Issac of Ottawa and Sister Mary (Anne) Richard of Kingston. Resting at the Kelly - Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave. (West of Woodroffe). Funeral Tuesday to Our Lady of Fatima Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Arnprior. Donations to the Ontario Heart 'Foundation appreciated. PRICE, Frederick Llewellyn In Victoria, B.C., on Sept. 25, 1976, Mr. Frederick Llewellyn Price, aged 85 years, born in Wales, late residence 488- , 2251 Cadboro Bay Road, formerly of Ottawa, Ont. Mr. Price was a veteran of the First World War. Arrangements by Sands Mortuary Ltd. PUCCINI, Joan Suddenly on Monday, Sept. 27, 1976, Joan Barbara Farrell, beloved wife of Edmund (Ed) Puccini, of 33 Hilliard Ave., and dear mother of Ber-nadette, Christine and Michael (Sonny); dear sister of Buddy, Mrs. Marie Per-reault, Rita (Mrs. Vincent Burton) and Theresa (Mrs. Angus Muldoon), of Arnprior. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave. (west of "Woodroffe), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday to St. Augustine's Church for mass at 11 a.m. Interment Pine-crest cemetery. Mass offer-. ; ings as in memoriams appreciated. RADBOURNE, Mark Edward In hospital Monday. Sept. 27, 1976, Mark Edward Radbourne, in his 76th year, beloved husband of Effie Grace Branchaud; father of June (Mrs. Morris . Antoine) and Bruce, Cornwall; Edward (Ted) and . Ray, Ottawa; brother of Maude (Mrs. T. Dodds) and Victor. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service in the chapel, Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. ROSENTHALL, - Lionel Adams Suddenly in an Ottawa hospital, on Monday, Sept. 27, 1976, Lionel Adams Rosenthall, retired W.C., R.C.A.F., beloved husband of Frances; dear father of Barbara Kirk- pa trick, Toronto and Brian. Rosenthall, -. Ottawa; brother of Phyllis Kehoe, Ottawa and Malcolm Rosenthall; also survived by four grandchildren. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt, after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral service in the chapel, Wednesday at 1-30 p.m. Interment Pine-crest cemetery. The family requests that memorials be made to the Ontario Heart Foundation. STANLEY, Stella E. In hospital on Saturday, Sept. 25, 1976, Stella E. Armstrong, age 58 years, beloved wife to the late Edward Stanley; dear mother of Barbara (Mrs. Kenneth Dakin) and David all of Ottawa; beloved Nana of Brodie. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel 315 McLeod St., Service in the Chapel on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Hawthorne cemetery. ST. MICHAEL, Ellric Victor At Renfrew, on Sunday, Sept. 26, 1976, Ellric St. Michael, in his 63rd year; dear brother of Kathleen, Renfrew; (Doris) Mrs. Melville Krelger, Pembroke; Lawrence and Eddie of Renfrew. Resting at the Quinn Funeral Home, corner of Railway and Xa-vier Street, Renfrew. Funeral Wednesday, Sept. 29, to St. .Francis Xavier Church fgr mass at 2.30 p.m. Interment parish cemetery. Donations to the Cancer Society gratefully appreciated. WARD, Don Alfred Suddenly in New Brunswick, Saturday, Sept. 25, 1976, Don Alfred Ward, of Foy-mount, Ont., age 54 years, beloved husband of Irene Ward and the late Dorothy Flegg; beloved father of Douglas, Margaret, George, Wayne and Mar-lene and four grandchildren; brother of Doris, Ray, Jean, Grace and Art. Funeral service Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Gospel Hall, Deacon, Ont. . Lost AUGUST 14th, ooM nuooet brocetet, MocLoren and Lyon St. or Marina urive workmen. 52I-2W. BEAGLE I year old remote, tattoo in one ear, SomersetBronson area, good reward, coll Mr. Milter, 995-6296, days, 299590 evenings. BRACELET, engraved children's heads charms, Oailvy's, Billings Bridge, Sept. 4. Reward. 234-9596 mornings. Lost BROWN wallet, lost Saturday night, Ottawa U campus or Alto vista area. Contains important I.O. cards and pictures. Reward. '49 8839 CHARLIE - Area River dole, Windsor Park, Billings and Brewer Park, lost Saturday black harness, blue 1.0 tag, a very substantial reward. 73.1-0279, 52I-492S anytime; 996-5951 daytime. Please help. CHARM bracelet, 4 charms, great sentimental value, vicinity of Metcalfe and Gloucester St 745 2914. Reward. COLLIE, lassie type female, brown and white, vicinity Greely, Osgoode, T-Kav Reward. 729-0347 CULTURED pearls, sunburst pin lost, lonfl M tvwk. ntimntnl wnliie. reword. 225-3212. ' DOG, small Terrier, male, black with grev undercootino, short hair, Aylmer vicinity, 684-8,680. Reword. DOG, white with block markings, male, Orleans area, answers of 'Prince." 824-7125. GLEBE area, cameo pin, reword, 213-2633. LADY'S gold wrlstwatch. between WellingtonSparks St., Reward, 776-6468. LEATHER wallet, Friday evening Blue Line Taxi, corner Sherwood and Hlnton, recovery urgently needed. 728-I2S4. LOST ID bracelet with initials and dote. Sentimental value. 746-7412. MINIATURE collie, while and sable, female, Mas son urea. Reward. 568-5469. REWARD, little girls block Persian kitten, 3 months, Beverly Avenue, dovs 992-9504, evgs., 729-4769. strayed Frl-dav evening. SIAMESE, male, Bluepoint, adult, slight build, Woodside Navaho area, reward. 225-3330. SMALL locket with initials MEB. 749-8034. TABBY male cat, 4 white paws, collar, reward, 745-4548. WHITE male cat, short hair, 8 years, has broken talL flea collar, near Sun-v nvslde-Bronsom missed very much. Please coll 232-2577; 232 5026. YOUR pet may be at Humane Society Shelter. Visit shelter to moke sure. ZEPHYR where are you? Brown part Shepherd, female, big ears, feather tall, vicinity Main St. Days, 996-2336; evenings, 232-3928. 6. Found CAT, mole, stiver and grev tobbv. white pows, dork hozel eves. 224-2557. FOUND Glebe, Gold stick pin clip, watch chain, 235-541). FOUND, lean jacket in Heron Gate. 731-Ofj02. FQUND, one skate board. 728-2423. MALE tabby, half grown kitten with 6 toes, please coll, 741-7533. SIBERIAN husky, mole, greywhite. 995-221), 234-0326. 13. In Memoriams FLORENCE In loving memory of our dear brother, Harold (Harry) Florence, who passed away Sept. 28, 1952. Sadly missed. Brother and Sisters. GAR BUTT In loving memory of mv dear wife, who passed away Sept. 28, 1974. You left behind an aching heart, That loved you most sincere; -I never did, nor never will Forget you, Dora dear. Ray. GREENE In loving memory of o dear brother Garry, who passed away Sept. 28, , 1970. The midnight stars are shining Upon your silent grave Beneath It sleeps the one we love And the one we could not save. Diane and Willie and Glendo and Maurice. GREENE In loving memory of a dear uncle, Garry, who passed away Sept; - 28, 1970. In memory, o dally thought; In heart, o silent sorrow. Wendy ond Beth and Julie and Mark. HURDMAN In loving memory of a dear father, Fraser Hurdman, who passed away Sept. 28, 1968. Ever remembered and loved. Tommy and Mary Jane. ILLtNGWORTH- : In loving memory of my dear husband Percy lllinaworth, who passed away Sept, 28, 1975. As ( tourney towards life's sunset. Mourning you who has gone before, . Faith keeps telling me you'll meet me. As vou often did before. The stars seem dim as I whisper low, ( "My own dear husband I miss you so." Dear wife Jessie. McCONNERY- In fond and loving memory of a dear husband D'Arcy, who passed away Sept. 28, 1974. The golden gates were open Two years ago today. With goodbyes left unspoken You gently passed away. You didn't say goodbye to me. Perhaps ft was iust as well I never could have said goodbye, To one I loved so well. Please God iust take a message To him in heaven above. Tell him how much I miss him And give him all my love. Sadly missed and always remembered. Wife Frances. McCONNERY In fond and loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, D'Arcy who died suddenly Sept. 28, 1974. There is a gift in life we cannot buy. That's very rare and true, It is the gift of a wonderful father Like the one we hod in you, The many things vou did for us. In your own special way You gave us years of happiness, No one can take away. Nothing could be more beautiful Than the memories we have ot you. To us vou were someone special God must nave thought so too. As you were then, vou will always be Treasured forever In our memory. Lovingly remembered, Family and grondchitdren. TREMPE in loving memory of our mother, Lucia, who passed away Sept. 28, 1975. Days of sadness still come o'er us, Tears in silence often flow. For memory keeps vou ever near us Though you died one year ago. Daughters Eglantine, Jeonnineand Liliane. 17a. Comettry Lots INDIVIDUAL Interment spaces. Capital Memorial Gardens, Garden of the Apostles, 175eoch, 521 -It 37. 2a Florists FINE'S FLOWERS LIMITED OUR BUSINESS IS GROWING , . . FOR YOU 737-0750 37. BHrty Salons WANTED experienced hairdresser Novella Holr Beauty, days KS-7619, evgs. 82M2I0. 38. 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