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i i m m t t " 34 Tuesday, July 15, 1975 ' The Ottawa Journal mtiaflr tr lrkT7 onrl mrvn oir 2. Births Deaths Deaths .Deaths 5. Lost BLACK and Tan dog, almllar ta itnall Scotch Ttrrlar. Reward. 711.2601. PUTINSKI Garry and Angie LESAGE, Agnes Georgina (Ben DUBEAU, Mrs. Gertrude Suddenly at her home Bryson, Que., on Monday July 14, PC fund-raisers told charge of party re-election, said -tie has never been involved in the fund-raising end of the business "so I'm not the person to ask." "But I suppose the instructions are to advise fundraisers not- to get into dif-f i c u 1 1 , complicated, policy matters, but rather to leave that to the candidate and to the government," he said. REDDICK, Edith In hospital on Sunday, July 13, 1975, Edith Montgomery, of Ottawa, (formerly of North Gower), in her 91st year, beloved wife of the late Hammond Reddick; dear mother of Velma (Mrs: Stacey Box), Ottawa and Garnet, of Port Hope; grandmother of David Reddick; sister of Irene (Mrs. Eric Coursier), of Prince Albert, Sask. Resting at the Cummin gj Funeral Home, North Gower where friends may call after 2 p.m. on Tuesday. Funeral service in .the chapel 2 p.m. Wednesday. Interment Holy Trinity cemetery. ' STRELBISKY, John (Jack) In hospital on Monday, July BLACK wallet, Ottawa River Parkway, bike path, near Lincoln Fields, contains Art Centra tickets. Reward. Call 1-257-24M collect. BLACK and ton mala Gordon Setter pup, 4 months. Ste. Foy, Quebec too, lost July II, Carp Ridge area. Reward. I29J347. ward. 7-72a. BIRGHT yellow sail, between Carteton Place and Ottawa. Reward. Collect 1 257-ll23( Office, 494-4572 Gary. ENGAGEMENT ring, Wellington Street near Sir Gallahad Monument, July 9th. Generous reward. 770-SMI. FRATBRNAL pin, Somerset, Bank to Bay. 232-0384. FOUNO, Girl's 3-speed bike, vicinity ot Morrison Drive, must Identity. e29-589. LOST Parkway Park Saturday on leash, black spaniel bitch, unspayed, answers to "Cuba," tag number m. Reward. 729-4M. NEUTERED mala Siamese cat, Car. ling-Tweedsmulr area, has kink In tall. 722-08)4. REWARD ottered. Female block Lao, Ottawa west. Coll 722-iTia. SHORT' haired Terrier, female, tan color, answers to "Candy" vicinity Carling Fisher. Reward. 725-1114. SET ol keys In black etna, alsokeys on ring and chain. Reward. 722-5)64. SIAMESE Sealpolnt, curled right ear, vicinity of Bank and Cameron, mem-ber ot family for liy, years, 521-5426. WHITE Labrador, female, tattooed tlank, cream head, vicinity Rocky Point. Reward. 2-ll7. 1, 2-PIECE paddy green knitted dress. In red paper bag with name of Bou-tloue Renaissance on front of bag. - 23643SI. Reward. 2 STEEL Pontoons (floaters) yellow 21 ft long 15 Inch diameter, missing from corner St. Joseph and Juneau, Hull June 22. Reward. 770-5310 or Box 333 Hull, Que. Found CHIHUAHUA, beige, Tupneyt Pasture area, iin-ytit. LADIES bicycle, 749-2342 after S. MALE Newfoundland dog, Ottawa South-Windsor Park area. 232962. RING at -Cabaret Disco, 745-1114, after f . SHELTIE cone, on Driveway between Frank and waverley. 331-2142. 13. In Memoriams CARD In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Maurice Card, who passed away July IS, 1973. Two years have passed tinea that sad day. The one we love was called away. God took him noma, it was -His will, But In our hearts, ha llveth still. Always Remembered .. . Son Wayne and Family. - CUNNEYWORTH In loving memory of a dear father, Rofston (Bob) Cun. neyworth, who passed away July 15, 1971. - ' Sadly missed. L Your loving daughter Carman. HEWITT In 'loving memory of Annie Hewitt who mat death suddenly July 15, 1972. Sadly missed by sister Edith. LOVELL In fond and loving memory of a dear husband and father, Claude Lovalt, who passed away suddenly, July 15, 1974. Too dearly loved to be forgotten Wife Evelyn and Brian. LOVELL In fond and loving memory or a dear father and grandfather, Claude Lovell, who passed away suddenly July 15, 1974. Ever remembered. Ooughter Jean, soMn-low Earla and Lesley. McGINNiS In loving memory of a dear mother-in-law Annie McGinnis who passed away July 14, 1974. The years may wipe out many things. But this they'll wipe out never. The memory of- those happy days . Which wa have spent together. Daughter-in-law Olive. MULROONEY In loving memory of Clarence M'.'lrooney, beloved husband, who passed away July 15, 1972. Days of sadness still come o'tr us. Tears In si ence often flow. For memory keeps vou ever near us Though you died three years apa. Pearl. POTTER In loving memory of a dear sister. Bertha, who passed away July 15, 197J. Sister yo-j are not forgotten. Though on earth you ara no more. In memory you ara with us. Marlotia and Noel. POTTER In loving memory of deer sister-in-law and aunt. Bertha Potter who passed away July 15, 1973. The midnight stars ara shining Upon your silent grave Beneath It sleeps the on wa love And the one we could not save. Ollle, Janet and Dorothy, TORONTO (CP) - Love everyone, avoid the issues and get the money is the advice being given to Progres-s i v e Conservative fundraisers, Jim Foulds (NDP Port Arthur) told the legislature Monday.. "Never voice your own opinions on issues, obey the fundamentals of grassroots fund-raising, love everybody, avoid the issues and get thev cheques," be said, quoting from a party manual. ' "Would the minister care to comment on how far the love, u -i i in i i avuiu aiiu gci snuuiu gut lie i T1 tin.: ... a&Rcu u uiiii irvuiiD, minister without portfolio. , Mr. White, dubbed by opposition critics as minister in Today and tomorrow TODAY .. - Blood donor clinic, St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 1244 Kilbora Ave., 10 a.m. to noon and 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. Display of African art and Canadian antique hooked rugs, Ottawa public library, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Charlotte Whitton commemorative display, and batik and 011 work exhibit by Nym Gautama and Elisabeth - Bond, city hall, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. . The Athapaskans, exhibition on the Indians of northwest Canada and Alaska and Why? Why Not?, exhibit on 19 Canadian women scientists, National Museum of Man, Metcalfe and McLeod streets, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Recovery meeting, self-help method for tnervous people, S t ..- Andrew's - Presbyterian , Church, 82 Kent St.l 8 p.m. The Fruits of - Paradise, film, National Museum of Man, 8.30 p.m. ' . - Pierre Nadeau (of Ville Emard Blues ' Band), ' Astrolabe Theatre, 8.30 p.m. Nexus, Camp Fortune, 8.30 p.m. V What Glorious Times They Had, High School of Commerce, 8.30 p.m. The Mousetrap, Ottawa Little Theatre, 8.30 p.m. , TOMORROW Blood donor clinic, Public Service Alliance, 233 Gilmour St., 9 a.m. to noon and 1.30 pjn. to 3.30 p.m. Display of African art and Canadian antique hooked rugs, Ottawa public library, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Charlotte Whitton commemV orative display, and batik and 011 work exhihit bv Nvm Gau-, . i u.u n 1 M utma auu ciiaaucnii xjuiiu, city hall, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. . The Athapaskans, exhibition on the Indians of northwest Canada and Alaska, National Museum of Man, and Why? Why Not?, exhibit on 10 Canadian women scientists, Mu-s e u m of Natural Science, Metcalfe and McLeod streets, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Supervised mobile play units for children, Brooklane public school, and Pineglen Park, 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Exhibition of drawings by Michel Cheff, University of Ottawa, 85 Hastey St., Room 21S, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. ad S p.m. to 9 p.m. Free films on art, National Gallery, 12.4S p.m. Free films for all ages, Ne-pean public library, Merivale Road Branch, 2 p.m. The Heat Wave Lasted Too Long, film, Ottawa public library, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Dance company from India, National Museum of Man, 8 p.m. Felix Leclerc, Camp Fortune, 8.30 p.m. Recovery meeting, self-help method for nervous people, St. Jean Baptiste parish hall, 116 Empress Ave., 8.1S p.m. Myles and Lenny, Astrolabe' Theatre, Nepean Point, 8.30 p.m. What Glorious Times They Had, High School of Commerce, 8.30 p.m. The Mousetrap, Ottawa Little Theatre, 8.30 p.m. Chaudiere: The Strike of 1891, St. Pat's College, 8.30 p.m. 2. Births CLARK Peter and Diane (nee Arial) are pleased to an' " nounce the birth of their son Sean Thomas, 8 lbs., 6 oz., at Riverside Hospital on July 14, 1975. A brother for Cheryl, Heather and Renee. Thanks to Dr. Krzaniak and caseroom staff. . DELMER Earl and Carol prouxly announce the birth of . their new baby boy, Chris topher Patrick, bora July 11, 197S at ,8 p.m. Many thanks -to Dr. John and stall of Grace Hospital. - FOBERT Michael and Jolene (nee Smith) proudly announce the birth, of their son, Adam Douglas, 7 lbs. 6 oz., on July 13, 197S, at the Grace Hospital, a brother 'for L" Derek, and grandson for Mr. and Mrs. P. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. C Fobert Special thanks to Dr. Allan and case- room staff. HOLLMANN Vladimir and Nancy (nee Wolff) announce the arrival of twin sons, Jason and Stefan at Ottawa Civic Hospital on Thursday, July 10, 197S.. Special thanks to Dr. Muggah and Dr. Gonzalez. HUMMEL John and Judy (nee Villeneuve) are happy to announce the Jbirth of Melanie Dawn, on July 9, 1975. Grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Villeneuve and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hummel. Very special thanks to Dr. Burgess and caseroom staff, Grace Hospital. JOHNS Carl and Linda (nee Owens) are happy to announce the miracle, a girl, Shelley Lyn, 7 lbs. 8 ozs., on July 12, 1975 at Grace Hospital. A sister for Stephen and Dwayne. LAVIGNE Mrs. Stella Stevens wishes to announce the arrival of her first grandchild, a girl, 5 lbs, 12 ozs., Sharon Lee, July 2, 1975 at the Grace Hospital, proud parents are Maurice and Susan (nee Stevens). McNINCH Wally and Allison are pleased to announce the arrival of their son, David Nathaniel, on July 12 at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. O'LEARY - Sean Michael, 8 lbs. ,9 ozs., arrived July 12, 1975 at Riverside Hospital. Proud parents are Judy and Kerry, First grandchild for Warren and Lucille Welsford and second for Roger and - Beatrice O'Leary. JOURNAL NUMBERS The Journal ........ 563-3731 Classified S63-37U Home Delivery 563-3811 I ,r, - ' -News 563-3788 I Retail Advertising. .. 563-3842 ! Sports 1 563-3786 ny) Jn hospital on Monday, July 14, 1975, Agnes Georgina Bennett, age 68, of 353 Waver-ley St., dear mother of Don ald; dear sister of Mrs. Eliza beth Paquette, Mrs. Iva . Thomas and Harold; fond grandmother of Karlyn and Linda; dear friend of Thomas Joy Sr.; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset St. (Centre Town). Funeral service in the chapel Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rev. A. Robinson officiating. Interment Pine-crest cemetery. . McARTHUR, Dorothy C On Friday, July V., 1975, ' at Toronto, after a brief illness, Dorothy C. Day, beloved wife or the late Daniel C McArth-ur; dear mother of Mrs: T. M. Burns (Mary),' Peter G. McArthur, Mrs. O. Schwentke (Helen), Mrs. D. C. Leavens (Ruth), Mrs. D. E. Weston (Jane), Mrs. W. A. Sloan (Catherine); loved sister of Mrs. F. Croft (Helen), Mrs, R. A. Benson (Alice). . Ar rangements by Brown Bros. Chapel, 1812 Eglinton Ave. ' W., Toronto. Private family service was held fuiiday. Cremation. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society: McCOY, Joseph Charles Age 30, suddenly on Thursday, July 10, 1975, in Toronto, son of the late Evelyn (Seguin) and the late Thomas .J. - McCoy; beloved brother - of Evelyn Collins, Toronto; Margaret Goyer, Cranbrook, B.C; Joan McLaren, Kathryn Michaud and Mary Sims, of Ottawa; and Raymond McCoy, Toronto. Funeral was ' held on Saturday, July 12 in Toronto. NAPIORKOWSKI, Jan James In hospital on Monday, -July - 14, 1975,- Jan Napior-knwski. nee' 1 'venr. of 943 , 0 , . Hare St.; dear sou of 'John and Flo (MacDonald) Napior- 1 kowski; ' brother ' of Ricky, Chris and John David Jr.; grandson of Richard and Jean Zrombowski of Ottawa; and Mr. and - Mrs. Leo ? Mac- : Donald, of Antlgonish, N.S. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave. (west of Woodroffe), where friends may call from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Wednesday to St Basil's Chaxh for mass at 11 a.m. Interment Pine- crest cemetery. PILON, Arnet In Kingston General Hospital on Saturday, July 12, 1975, Arnet Pilon, husband of Alice Kuno in his 45th year; son of Mr. and - Mrs. John Pilon of Douglas, Ont; father of Mrs. D. Hogan (Louise), Smiths Falls; Mrs. T. Howard (Darla), Arnprior; Mrs. W. Maschke (Betty), Egan ville; Marie, Pembroke and Keith at home. Resting at the Cochrane-Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew until Tuesday, July 15, thence to St. Paul's Anglican Church, Renfrew for service at 2 p.m. Interment in Douglas . cemetery. RAYMOND, Jean-Baptiste ' On Monday, July 14, 1975, Jean-Baptiste Raymond, age 81. Husband of Angelina La-londe; father of Jerome, Vincent, Luclen, Robert, Ottawa, Herve, Quebec, Jacques, Hull, Mrs. Bruce Button (Patricia), Ottawa, Mrs. Andre Dagenais (Angela), Hull; also survived by 28 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Resting at Landreville Funeral Home, 578 Somerset West. Funeral on Thursday to St Jean-Baptiste Church for service at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. VICE & CRAIG LIMITED Funeral Homes METCALFE WINCHESTER CHESTERVILLE 774-2120 " Once convenient teteohone number serves all 3 locations ' FRED N. GARRETT Funeral Service All Services Considerately Priced Since 1938 ' Inquire No Obligation 233-4773 584 SOMERSET STREET WEST Journal Box Replies A 398 407 438 476 486 518 524 526 527 531 536 552 559 564 565 570 571 577 585 588 592 619 628 660 Replies mailed July. 14. A 546 553 558 568 580 581 587 589 590 594 606 .608 609 610 , 612 614 615 616 617 618 620 621 622 630 631 640 643 64 1- 6S2-6S 656 (nee Clement) are happy to announce the birth of their first child, a girl, 8 lbs. 10 ozs., July 14, 1975 at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. First grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Clement and Mr. and . Mrs. Leonard Putinski. First great-grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. W. Clement. . REID Ronnie and Valerie (nee Johnston) are happy to announce the birth of a baby son, Sunday, July 13, 7 lbs., 12 ozs., at Riverside Hospital. WOOD Robert and Karen Wood are proud to announce the arrival of their baby daughter, Lise Natalie Mary, 5 lbs., 6 ozs.', July 10, 1975. First grandchild for Mrs. B. Dowdell and first great-grand- child to Mrs. Clarence Gray. Warm thanks go to the care-room staff of the Riverside Hospital and Dr. Neuyens. 3. Deaths ACHESON, William A. (Bill) Age 31, of 1218 Meadowlands Dr. East, suddenly in hospital on Monday, July 14, 1975, beloved husband of Gloria Mc Clelland; loving father of Heather; dear son of Alex Acheson and Margery Leach; brother or George, Pat (Mrs. Gerry Cotie), Ethel (Mrs. Fred Bevins), of Lansdowne, - Ont; Gwyneth (Mrs. Ken Latimer) of St. Pierre de Wakefield, .Que., Annabel (Mrs. Geoff. Blandford)," of Black Creek, B.C; Helen (Mrs. John Mannion). Hulre and Playfair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron Ave. in charge of ar- ' rangement. In lieu of flowers-donations to the Canadian Cancer Fund would be appre ciated. AYOTTE, Mary Frances In hospital on Sunday, July 13, 1975, Mary Frances McHale, "age 75,' of 810 Canterbury, Ave., widow . of E r n e s t A y o 1 1 e dear mother of - Eleanor, James and Clifford, Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, . 585 " Somerset St. (centre town). Funeral .Wednesday to St Mark's Church Aylmer for mass at 9 . a.m. Interment St. Paul's cemetery, Aylmer. BRIDGEMAN, Florence Sidney In hospital on Saturday, July 12, 1975, Florence Trowsse, beloved wife of the late William Bridgeman; dear mother of Mrs. Merrill Burnett (Ann); Mrs. Foster McVeigh (Jessie); Mrs. Robert Brouse (Madeline) and Warren, all of Ottawa; and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain (Lila), of Toronto; sister of Mrs. Edith Wilson, Detroit; George Trowsse, of Wakefield; .fid Edward, of Ottawa; Mrs. Bridgeman Is also survived by 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchi'd. Resting Veitch-Draper Ltd., 703 Bank St. (at Glebe Ave.). Service in the chapel, Tuesday, 10 a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. Donations to tht Cancer Society would be appreciated. BROPHY, Rose In hospital on Monday, July 14, 1975, Rose Riddell, of 2055 Carting Ave., widow of Maurice J. Brophy; mother of Mrs. Ruth Gray, of Ottawa; Adele (Mrs. J. E. Cavanagh), of North Ridge, Calif.; and Joan, of Montreal; sister of Mrs. W. H. Price, of Dorval, Que.; also survived by five grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carting Ave. (west of Woodroffe), where friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday to Our Lady of Fa-tima Church for mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. CAPOK, Harry In hospital on Sunday, July 13, 1975, Harry Capok, age 86 years. Friends may call at the McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St. Funeral service Wednesday In the chapel at 9 a.m. Interment Holy Trinity cemetery, Merivale Road. Prayers 8 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home. DUNN, Albert R. (Ab) (retired Myers Motors) Suddenly Sunday, July 13, 197S, at Ken- nebunkport, Maine, USA, of 18 Lambton Road, age 75 years, beloved husband of Marguenta (Rita) Molloy; fa ther of Kenneth A., of Lu cerne; Mrs. J. Doyle (Joy), Mrs. Harry Christin (Fay), Gerald H., of Touraine and Gary, of Ottawa; 23 grand children and six great grandchildren. . Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Fu neral Home 235 Kent St., from 7-lu p.m. Tuesday and 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. Wednesday, Funeral Thursday to St. 'Jo seph's Church, Mass 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame ceme- h-teiy:" r -1975, Gertrude Dagenais, age 70, widow of the late Narcisse Dubeau and dear mother of Raymond, at home, Mrs. Joseph Dagenais (Gertrude), Dan, Mrs. James -Haas (Therese), Renfrew,' Ontario; Mrs. . Adolphe Lepine (Dora), Mrs. Rodolphe Lepine (An-n i e ) Mrs. . Laurent Lance , (Mona), Mrs. Oscar Touran-geau (Denise), Bryson, Que., John, Bancroft, Ontario, Laurence, Quyon, Que., Maurice, Ronald, Campbells Bay, Que., Mrs. Hubert Da-genais (Alice), Pembroke, Ont and Gerald, Bristol Mines, Que. Dear sister of Mrs. Luc Chadillon (Anita), Montreal, Leonard, Campbells Bay, Edna, Ottawa, Denis, Gatineau, Que., Elzeard, Sudbury, Ont., Rheal, . Ottawa, Alonzo, Bryson, Que.,' also survived by 35 grandchildren, and . 12 great-gtandchildren. Resting at the Ringrose Bros. Funeral Home, Campbells Bay, Que. Funeral Thursday, July 17, to St John The Evangelist Church, Campbells Bay, for funeral mass at 2 p.m. Interment in the Parish cemetery.- ENNIS, Margaret A. At Lanark Lodge, Perth, Ont, Saturday, July 12, 1975, Margaret A. Buffam, in her 87th year, wife of the late James A. E n n i s j dear mother of C 1 a r en c e , Perth; Hubert, F a 1 1 b r o o k ; Isabel (Mrs. , Emile.. Graff )t Perth; .Grace (Mrs. Harold Shannon), Brockville and Elva (Mrs. Jim Gilpin), of Perth; sister of Georgina (Mrs. W. McLach-lan), Vancouver, B.C; also survived by 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral service was conducted from the Blair and Son Funeral Chapel,..15 West Gore St., .Perth on Monday, July 14, at 11 a.m. Interment Elmwood cemetery. EVANS, Margaret (Meg) On Monday, July 14, 1975, Margaret Addison, age , 81, be- , loved wife of the late Louis Evans (Ducky), formerly of 85 Parkdale Ave.; survived by a sister Ellen Souder (Saskatoon) and a brother David Addison, in Australia; several nieces and nephews including Mrs. William Black, of Montreal. Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. where friends may call Tuesday evening 7-9 and Wednesday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Service in the chapel on Thursday at 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. FRY, Heather Marlene Ser vices for Heather Marlene Fry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.; Laurence .A. Fry, 496 Moodie Drive, who died suddenly on 2nd July, 1975, will be held at Christ Church (Anglican) Richmond Road, Bells Corners, at 5.30 p.m. on 17th July, 1975. . GRAHAM, Alice Maude In hospital on Sunday, July 13, 1975, Maude Palmer, beloved wife of David' G. Graham, of 19 Lindenlea Road, in her 87th year; mother of Mrs. A. J. Ferguson (Doreen), Deep River, Ont. Resting . Veitch-Draper Ltd., 703 Bank St. (at Glebe Ave.) Service in the chapel, Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Interment Beechwood ceme-. tery. ; HENRY, Mildred Suddenly, at her residence, . R.R. 3 Almonte, on Monday, July 14, 1975, Mildred Bayne; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Bayne, beloved wife of William Henry; dear mother of Lois Margaret, of Ottawa; and Ralph William, of Almonte; sister of the late Mrs. Clifford Nesbitt (Margery), Mrs. A. F. Robinson (Jean), Mrs. R. L. Nesbitt (Doris), Ottawa; and Charles Bayne, Fitzroy Harbour and the late Mrs. S. Kayes (Isa-j bel). Resting Hulse and Play- fair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron ' Ave., where friends may call after 6 p.m. Tuesday. Service in the chapel on Thursday. Time later. LEAN, Edna Merle In bosoi-tal on Monday, July 14, 1975, Edna Scrivens, age 64, of 14 Houle St Deschenes, widow of Orville Lean; dear mother of Phyllis, (Mrs. W. A. Deevy), of Ottawa; Elizabeth (Mrs. E. Rlopelle), of Mano-tick; Diane (Mrs. R. Maat), . Francine (Mrs. J. Gricken), Joan, Robert, all of Des- . chenes; Ted, of Oxford Mills and Kenny of Mamtick; sister of Lloyd, Alfie, Grant, Palm-r, Ronald, Raymond, Irene (Mrs. T. Gerard) and' Frances IMrs. A. Gow), all of Ottawa; Imd Norman, of Con stance Bay; also survived by 25 grandchildren. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 2313 Carling Ave. (west of Woodroffe), where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Fu neral Thursday to St. Me-dard's Church for mass. In- tcrmcnt Bcechwood-cemetei CLASSIFICATION DIRECTORY J -Vital statistics: -: I. Adoptions 2. Birth 'it Deaths 4. Obituaries 1 ' 5. Lot a. Found ; Notices! , . 13. In Memoriams , , 14. Annlvarsary Masses' ... . 15. Cards of Thanks . : , 16. Funeral Olrectors ' . 17. Cemetery Memorials 17a Cemetery Lots .. . 18. Societies and Lodges 19. Churches . .- .20. Florists . 21. Cemeteries v - 29. Drugqlsta Open Sundoy 29a Druggists Open Monday - 30. Service Stations Services:' . . 23. Banquets and Parties ; 34. TakeOut Foods - 85. Where to Go 36. Hotels and Motels 37. Beauty Salons . 38. Nursing Homes . . 39. Gardening and Landscaping 40. Ambulance Service 54, Apartments to Let . : 55, Furnished Apartments to Let ' 56. Apartments Wanted 57. Houses. Garden Homes 58. Furnished Apartments Wanted 59. Sublets AO. Rooms to Let 6Y Rooms Wanted 62 Room and Board 62A. Share- Accommodation 63. Business Opportunities . 64. Industrial Properties " 65. Property for Sale - 66. Property 'or Rent . -. 67. Property Wanted 68. Income Property ,,, 69. Commercial Property 70. Out of Town Property 71. Farms for Sale .1 72. Farms for Rent : 73. Farms Wanted to Buy ' 74. Cottages for Sate ,, 75. Cottaoes for. Rent 76. Cottaoes Wanted r 77. Cottage Lots for Salt , . 7S. Warehouse Space -. . 79. OHices to Let , 60. Offices Wanted to Let 81. Stores to Let - 82. Stores Wanted to Let . 83. Resorts -i85..Huntinfl and FIsMno W Mitif Articles! 87. Sk! Corner 88. Snowmobiles , 89. Snow Blowers , 90. Bicycles 91. Cameras, Photo Supplies ' , 92. Articles for Sale . 93. Articles Wanted . 94. Articles for Rent , 95. Articles for Swap 96 Antiques and Fine Art 97. Firewood and Fuel 98. Market Basket 99. Machinery and Equipment loo Pet Stock 101. Livestock and Poultry 102. Stamps and Coins 103. Hobbies 04. Boats and Motors 107. Musical Supplies 108. Radio - Television Autos: 119. 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 Bodie Parts 131. Trucks Wantltt Trailers: :32. Motor Homes - 133. Trailers for Sale 134. Trailers tor 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 46. Motorcycles for Rent 147. Scooters for Sale .48. Scooters tor Rent Miscellaneous: 151. Garaqes . 152 Parkinq Space .. 153. Winterizing 157. Houses for Sale 158. Real Estate Services 159. Condominiums 140. Furnished Houses to Let . 161. Furnished Houses Wanted to Let 161 Houses Wanted to Let 163. Houses Wanted to Buy 176. Personal Memos 177. Transportation Available 178. Transportation Wanted 179. Camps Boys' and Girls' 185 Financing . 186 Money Wanted 187 Money Avalloble 188 Mortqeqes 189 Investments 190. Patents and Copy lit. Office Help 340 Restaurant Hotel Help 241 Help Wanted 3-12 Salespersons and Agents 34) Positions vacant 344. Professional .Services 346 Hospital Help Wanted 347 Employment Wanted i 24i Domestic Help 3e Tearnere Wanted ' 350 Tuition 351. Trade sehoo' 353. Baby Services " 360. Leqal 767. AT YOUf StrvK 14, 1975, John (Jack) Strel- bisky, age 50, of 36 Way ling Ave., Vanier, beloved husband of Madeleine Brisbois; beloved son of Mrs. Mary (Wityshyh) Strelbisky and the late Joseph Strelbisky; dear father of Wayne, Danny and Lynda; dear brother of Walter, of Ottawa; Michael of Burlington and predeceased by sisters Olga (Mrs. John' Russin), of McKeesport, Pa. and Anne. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 So-. merset St. (Centre town), where friends may .call after 7 p.m.. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday, to Assumption Church, (Vanier), for mass at 10.30 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery: 'Donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation appreciated. ' SCHEBENi Christine' In hospital on Sunday, July 13, 1975, . age 70 years, beloved wife of ' Richard Scheben and dear mother of (Ingrid) Mrs. D, . Brenning, Ottawa; Matt Sche-, ben, Oakville, Ont, and Herbert Scheben. Wiesbaden, West Germany; loving Oma of four grandchildren, - Bngitte, ' Bettina, George and Matthew. Family and friends are invited to Funeral Mass at St. Patrick's Church, 8 a.m. .Wednesday, "July 16, 1975. Interment - St. Bernard's cemetery, Al- bion Road. . . SWALLOW, Agnes C. In hospital on Sunday, July 13, 1975. Agnes C. Tinman, age 54 years, beloved wife of Roy Swallow, of 29 Pritchard Dr.; dear mother of Ronald, of Co- bourg, Ont; David, of Baldy Hughes', B.C.; Sharron (Mrs. Richard Hodgson), of Ottawa; sister of Gordon, Thomas, Donald and Robert Tinman; Mrs. Betty Matier and Mrs. Beverley Feltault Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. Service Tuesday 1 p.m: Inter-; ment Beechwood cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Cancer Society. Visiting 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday. WRAZEJ, Wladyslaw Jan, D.S.C., Dipl. Ing., D. Hon. Caus., On Monday, July 14, 1975, age 81 years, past pro- , fessor of Physical Metallurgy, Polish University Abroad and Delegate of the Enginrering Faculty, in Canada. Doctor Honoris Causa. Polish University Abroad. Past Chairman of the Executive Committee . of the Polish Scouts in Canada. Lt. Col. (ret.) allied ' forces; Cavalier of the Order of Virtuti Milkare and the Cross of Valor. Beloved husband of Hermina Booss; father of Maria (Mrs. K. Bla-chut)..- Albuquerque, ; New Mexico; and Wladyslaw Jan-usz, Ottawa; grandfather of Michael, Christopher and John. Friends may call at McEvoy Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent St. Tuesday 7-9 p.m. (Rosary, 8 p.m.), Mass 9:30 .a.m. Wednesday. St. Hyacinth Church (Louisa and LeBre- ton). Interment St. Mary's cemetery, Wilno, Ont. In lieu of flowers donations to the Polish School in Ottawa will be appreciated. HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED ACHESON, William A. HF"RY, Mildred. EVANS, Margaret (Meg). Central Chaoel West Chapel 233 1143 728-1761 AAcEVOY , shields'- FUNERAL DIRECTORS 232-5337 ' Ability, Responsibility, Dedlcatton 6 p.m. CK0Y NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Journal Subscription Rates By MAIL: 1125 o week. 15 00 a month or 150 00 a year delivered any. where. 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CORRECTION In this paper Tuesday, July 8th, the barbeque advertised for $47.99 should have read "Sizzler" only and not as stated. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused. lOPSOlL. seeding, sooWng, evergreens, ' patios, paving, ceaor Hedges: nt33 ""'

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