HALL, Ena F.

Suddenly at Perth, on Saturday, November 7, 1992, Ena F. Hall, in her 81st year Dear sister of Ellis (Alice) of Niagara Falls, Anthony (Gladys) of McDonalds Corners, Herman (Betty) of Lanark, Ken (Marlene) of Caledon East, Archie (Kaye) of Perth, Clare (Jack) McCabe of Almonte. Joyce (Ron) Anderson of Burnaby, B.C., and the late Ida Tennant, Leonard George and John Hall Sadly missed by her nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Perth, Sunday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Sacred Heart Church, Lanark, Monday at 10 a.m. Interment St. Columbkill Cemetery, McDonalds Corners.

HALL, George C.

In hospital, Ottawa, on Thursday, February 4, 1988, George C. Hall, husband of the late Elizabeth M. O'Connell; dear father of Judy (Mrs. Don Store) of Perth; Irene (Mrs. Brian Larocque); Kathie (Mrs. Terry Donaldson); Richard, and his wife Rhonda; Mark, and his wife Marjorie and Laurie (Mrs. Roger Cordick), all of Lanark; Norah (Mrs. Craig Montgomery) of R.R. 6, Perth, and Janet (Mrs. Jeff Stuffco) of Red Deer, Alberta. Dear brother of Ena Hall; Clare McCabe: Joyce Anderson; Ellis; Anthony; Jack; Ken; Herman and Archie and the late Ida Tennant and Leonard Hall. Sadly missed by his 13 grandchildren Friends may call at the Young Funeral Home, La­nark, from 2 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Sacred Heart Church, Lanark on Monday at 10 a.m. Inter­ment St. Columbkill’s Cemetery, McDonald's Corners. In remembrance, contributions to the Building Fund of the Great War Memori­al Hospital, Perth, or the Cancer Society would be appreciated.

HALL, John S.

Suddenly at Sheridan's Rapids on Thursday, May 3, 1989, John S Hall, in his 66th year Beloved husband of Myrtle G Hermer Loved father of Stanley and his wife Nancy of Almonte; Kevin and his wife Kimberly of Sheridan's Rapids; Frank and his wife Karen of Maberly; Philip and his friend Karen of Wemyss; Nancy and her husband Dave Ramsey of Rideau Ferry. Brother of Ellis of Niagara Falls; Anthony of McDonald's Cor­ners; Herman of R.R. 3 Lanark; Kenneth of Caledon East; Archie of Perth; Miss Ena Hall of Lanark; Clara (Mrs. Jack McCabe) of Almonte; Joyce (Mrs. Ron Andersen) of Burnaby, B.C. Predeceased by brothers Leonard and George and sister Mrs. Ida Tennant. Also survived by 9 grandchildren Friends may call at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Perth, from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday. Fu­neral Mass will be celebrated in St. John's Church, Perth, on Saturday, May 6, at 10 a.m. Interment St. Johns Cemetery.

Hamilton Arthur B

Winnipeg Police Placed on Alert in P.A. Murder

By The Canadian Press WINNIPEG, Sept. 20.

City police here today were alerted to be on the, lookout for two men, believed to have, shot and killed Port Arthur taxi driver Arthur B. Hamilton Sunday. Police have been notified the mur­der suspects might be headed from the Lakehead on freight trains. The, men were reported carrying pack rolls.     A former Fort Frances resident 39-year-old cab driver was found Sunday in a clump of bushes near Port Arthur city limits. Last night. R.C.M.P. and Ontario Provincial Police officers pulled a man off a west-bound train at Fort Frances when it stopped for a level crossing. Provincial Police said the man was placed in custody for questioning. No arrests have been made by police in the death of Port Arthur driver Harold B. "Hammy" Hamilton, 39, whose bullet-riddled body was found Sunday afternoon on a little-used side road off John Street. Acting Police Chief James Hutch­eon said today police were following up every possible lead which might result in apprehension of the killers. Robbery is believed to have been the motive for the murder of Hamilton, father of two grown children. Inspector Hutcheon said as far as he could be ascertained the killing, netted those responsible $90. Sunday night relatives said Hamilton had been carrying his week's taxi receipts amounting to more than $200. Police today said Hamilton had turned in part of the money to the taxi office Sunday morning. The all-out search by police is two men. At 5 o'clock this morning Constable Ernest Gould was tak­ing a Provincial Police car to Ma­bella, 45 miles west of here on the CNR, where two men were taken into custody. Constable Gould was accompanied by Provincial Constable Glenn Haskett. In Magistrate's Court this morning the two men taken Into custody at Mabella, Ralph Hutchings, 29, and Arthur Raymond Sampson, 20, both no fixed address, were, each fined $25 and costs or one month in jail with hard labor. Constable Gourd testified Hutch­ing and Sampson were taken into custody in a section foreman's shed. The two men had admitted hitch­hiking from the Lakehead Sunday afternoon. They were without funds and without employment, he stated. Yesterday police checked on two men taken to Hume west of Kaka­beka Fails by William Hughes Op­erator of the Neebing Taxi’s at Vickers Heights. Mr. Hughes said today the pair had stated they were em­ployed on an extra gang working at Hume and had missed their transportation Sunday night. Told of a rumor that a Fort Wil­liam taxi driver was "missing," Mr. Hughes said. That he was busy digging a well to go missing. An autopsy performed by Dr. A. E. Allin revealed Hamilton was shot seven times. Four 22 calibre slugs entered the left side of the head above the ear; one struck the front part of the neck just above the collar bone; another entered the small of the back and another went through the neck just below the ear. Police have still the Roach Taxi car driven by Hamilton Sunday. It has been checked for fingerprints, but Inspector Hutcheon would not say with what success.

HAMILTON Beatrice Nee Gooder

Mrs. Be­atrice Hamilton (nee Gooder) age 79 years of 288 Toledo Street, for­merly of 164 Shuniah Street passed away in hospital following a brief illness on Wednes­day, July 24, 1991. Born in England, she moved to Port Arthur with her parents as a young child, where she has lived since that time. Her home and family were her main inter­ests Survived by: 2 sons Donald and wife Irene Hamilton and son Craig Hamilton; 2 daughters Darlene Phillips, Heat­her Taylor and husband Robert; 11 grandchil­dren and 7 great grand­children; 1 brother Rob­ert Gooder and wife Helen, a sister Edna Eames all of Thunder Bay; numerous nieces and nephews also sur­vive. Predeceased by parents, husband Ed­win, grandson Kelly Hamilton and grand­daughter Tracey Phil­lips, and a brother Roland Gooder Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 26, 1991 at 11:00 AM in the EVEREST FUNERAL CHAPEL with Pastor Ed Long officiating. Interment in River­side Cemetery Dona­tions to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Visitation for friends on Thursday after 5:00 PM in the Everest Chapel

HAMILTON Edwin

Mr. Edwin A. (Red) Hamilton age 75 years passed away after a lengthy illness in hospital an Sunday, June 25, 1989. A member of the Royal Canadian Legion Port Ar­thur Branch #5, he served with the R.C.A.F. From 1939-1945 He had worked at Provincial Pa­pers form 1946 to 1952, and was also a member of United Association of Pipe Fitters until his retirement in 1980. His family, home and gar­den were his main interests. Survived by: wife Beatrice, sons Craig, Don and wife Irene; and daughters Darlene Phil­lips, and Heather and husband Bob Taylor; grandchildren Danny, Jimmy, Holly, Denise, Barry, Leslie, Danny, Brian, Kyle, Shannon and Shelly; great-grand­children Katie, Melissa. Suzie, Heather, Megan, Christopher, Joey; sister Florence Frankham of Nanaimo, B.C. (en­route); numerous nieces and nephews Prede­ceased by parents and granddaughter Tracey Phillips in 1959, and grandson Kelly Hamilton in 1977. Funeral services will beheld on Wednesday at 1:30 PM n the Everest Funeral Chapel with Rev. Edwin Long officiating. Inter­ment in Riverside Ceme­tery Visitation after 4 PM Tuesday In lieu of flowers, donations to the Diabetic Association or the Great Lakes Homes an Mountain Road would be appreciated.

Harold Hamilton, 39, Is Shot Seven Times

On Lonely City Road

Harold B. "Hammy" Hamilton, 39, of 57 North Windermere Avenue, a driver for Roach's Taxi, was found murdered yester­day afternoon on a little-used side road off John Street Road inside the city limits. He had been shot seven times. No trace of the murder weapon or two men Hamilton is said to have picked up as fares at the taxi stand on North Cumberland Street yester­day morning shortly after 11 o'clock has been found.

WALLET GONE

Inspector James Hutcheon, acting police chief, has stated it was "de­finitely murder." Hamilton's wallet was missing, and robbery is believed, the motive for the killing of the taxi driver a married man and father of two children. Relatives of the murdered man said last night that Hamilton had been carrying his week's taxi receipts amounting to more than $200 when he left home yesterday morning. Hamilton was shot seven times by bullets from a .22 calibre gun. Until a ballistics test is made police are unable to establish whether the murder weapon was an automatic or a sawed-off rifle. Five spent shells from the weapon used have been found along the road where the body was found. Hamilton is said to have been shot in the back after he at­tempted to run away with a bullet wound in the chest,

BLOOD ON FRONT

There are no signs of violence in the taxi. There is blood on the front bumper and on the ground on the right side of the car away from the driver's seat. A trail of bloody foot­prints leads to a point on the road 267 feet away from the taxi car. The body was found behind a clump of bushes about ten feet off the road. Police believe Hamilton was drag­ged by the legs behind the clump of bushes where he was found by Jack Hautamakki, 60 North Windermere Avenue, about 2 o'clock. There were numerous scratches on the backs of both hands. His pants were partially pulled down around his buttocks as though he had been dragged. Mr. Hautamakki, who was out looking for mushrooms along the road, notified police at 2.15. He had to make his way back to the main road to obtain a phone. Previously two boys, William Shan­non and Keith Franks, had notified Joseph Shannon, 26 north Rock­wood, father of William, that a taxi was parked on the side road with the motor running and the taxi meter still registering. Unaware that the driver had been shot, Mr. Shannon phoned Roach's Taxi to report the car. This was only minutes before police were notified and were on their way to the scene.

RADIOED BACK

The last heard from Hamilton was shortly after he had left the stand with his fare. He radioed back to the despatcher via two-way radio that he was going to Clarkson Avenue off the Dawson Road at the city limits. The side-road where the murder was committed is not far from Clark­son Avenue. It is about half a mile inside the city limits. It runs off the john Street Road into a farm owned by Max Chercover. The taxi was parked near a gate blocking off the entrance to the farm property. The farm is not tenanted. The spot where the taxi was park­ed cannot be seen from the main road because of a slight curve. The left rear door of the car was standing ­open on the arrival of police. No person at the taxi stand saw the person or persons picked up as fares. As the taxi office is situated on the second floor of the Lyceum Block in a private apartment, a two­ way communication system is used by any person wanting a taxi. A loudspeaker placed on the outside of the building relays the caller's voice to the taxi office. In this particular instance, a man’s voice asked for a taxi. No specific taxi driver was asked for, Hamilton, one of two drivers on duty, answered the call from the upstairs office. Going downstairs he got into his taxi with the fare, Police have verified a report that two men got into the back seat at the stand

AUTOPSY MADE

Dr. E. Allin, Fort William pro­vincial pathologist, performed an autopsy on the body last night at the funeral chapel, 21 North Court Street. Following the finding of the mur­dered man's body, extra police were, put on duty. Constables were assign­ed to make an extensive search in the vicinity of where the body was found. Last night a check was made of rooming houses by detectives on the chance that the killer or killers may be still in the city. Provincial Police were notified and a close check was made of the highways both east and west of the Lakehead. The wife of the murdered man was prostrated with grief last night when informed her husband had been slain. A daughter Janet, is 16, and a son, Bradford, 13 Hamilton operated his own taxi for some months here under the name of' Hammy's Taxi." He recently returned to the employ of William Roach, operator of Roach's Taxi. The stand is located directly opposite the Prince Arthur Hotel at the Roach Taxi it was stated Hamilton was driver of the        taxi which carries passengers to the Fort William Airport for Trans-Canada Airlines. Yesterday morning he made his regular trip to the airport with passengers. On his return he was in the taxi office talking to the dispatcher. Being the only driver in the office at the time the call came for a taxi from downstairs, he took the call. Born at Fort William he had been a resident of Port Arthur for nine years. Formerly he was employed as a cook at Murray's Grill, North Cumberland Street. He has been as­sociated with Roach's Taxi four years. In addition to his wife, Olga, and two children, Mr. Hamilton is survived by his mother Mrs. Janet Hamilton, of Winnipeg and two brothers Peter, Port Arthur, and Erwin, Frances. He was a member of the Native Sons of Canada and a member First Presbyterian Church. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 from the chapel, 21, North Court Street, to Riverside Ce­metery. Rev. J. A. McMahon, of First Presbyterian Church, will officiate.

Fort Officers Join Search

For Suspects in Murder Case

Fort Frances police today were warned to be on the lookout for one or more hitch hikers who arc sus­pects in the murder of a former Fort Frances man. Robbed and shot to death in Port Arthur Sunday was Harold Hamilton 38. Hamilton lived in Fort Frances until seven years ago when he went to Port Arthur where he was a taxicab driver. Local survivors include his mother, Mrs. Janet Hamilton, who lives with a son, Irwin, at 700 Crowe Avenue. Hamilton also is survived by his wife and two children. According to reports received by local law officials Hamilton was lured out on a country road near Port Arthur by a call for a taxi and then robbed by his unknown passengers. It is believed that he was fatally shot in the head dur­ing a scuffle with his assailants. Port Arthur officials think the murderers may be hitchhiking to another Ontario city.

HAMILTON, Harry J.

At his home, Carleton Place, Ontario, on Tuesday, June 14, 1994 Harry J Hamilton (Funeral Director), in his 55th year, hus­band of Norma J Blackwell; father of Susan of Brampton, Ontario Son of the late Harry G. Hamilton and his wife, the late Ada Margaret Mitchell Franklin. Friends may call at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place, on Wednesday from 3:30 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service at St. James Anglican Church, Carleton Place, on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. Van Gordon Warden officiating. Interment St. James Cemetery, 635 Parliament Street, Toronto, Ontario, on Friday at 1:30 p.m. Donations to the Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital, the VON or the charity of your choice would be appreci­ated.

Janet Hamilton nee Morris

Mrs. Harry L Mather received the sad tidings that her aunt, Mrs. Abe Hamilton had passed away in a nursing home at Fort Frances, ­ April 23, 1959. Janet Morris was the eldest daughter of Mr. Peter Morris and his wife, Agnes Brad­ford and was born 89 years ago in the village of Middleville and got her education here. In early years she was married to Abe Hamilton and lived on his farm what is known as Anderson Rapids. Some years afterward they moved to Almonte and later to Fort Frances. To them were born 5 sons: Peter and Jim twins Harold, Wm died in war and Erwin survives her husband died some years ago. Her mortal remains will be resting in plot where husband who predeceased her as well as four sons. Sympathy is extended to all sorrowing friends of family.

HANEMAN, Everett Carl Albert

Peacefully in hospital Wednesday, October 24, 1990, age 68 years. (Veteran WWII). Beloved husband of June Hardy, Dear fa­ther of Jeanette (Mrs. Roy Zurowski), Su­san (Mrs. Lyle Wright) and Roy Haneman Loving grandfather of Gordon, Sandra, Ca­thy, Scott, Sherri-Lynn, Lee and Ryan Great-grandfather of Andrea, Krista, Mea­gan and Alana Dear brother of Audrey (Mrs. A. E. Bergeron), Mary (Mrs. Wally Cook) and Emerson Haneman Also sur­vived by many nieces and nephews Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home (Westlawn Chapel), 3440 Richmond Road at Acres Road, Nepean, Thursday 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Fu­neral Service at Christ Church Bells Corners Chapel at 10 a.m. Saturday. Interment Pine­crest Cemetery In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ottawa Stroke Associ­ation PO            Box 5550, Station F Ottawa, K2C 3M1 would be greatly appreciated.

HARTIN, Eric Lloyd

Suddenly October 31, 1967, Eric Hartin, age 14, be­loved son of Beattie and Iolene Hartin (nee Bouch­er). Resting at the Tub­man Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road, at Roos­evelt Service in the chap­el Friday 2 p.m. Inter­ment Presbyterian Ceme­tery, 3rd Line of Huntley

Halloween boy killed by car

A young Stittsville boy, collecting Halloween candy with friends along a darkened stretch of Highway 7, was killed last night as he crossed the road. Eric Hartin 14 son of Mr. and Mrs. Beattie Hartin, RR 2, Stittsville, died instantly when struck by the east­bound car about 725 p.m. Eric, a grade eight student at Carp Public School, was walking near the highway about a half mile east of Stitts­ville with four ether boys stopping at houses to collect Halloween handouts. The boys, their faces darkened by makeup and masks, were standing several yards off the highway when Eric bolted across the road into the path of the oncoming car. The automobile, driven by Stirling George Warner, 50, of 57 Bradley Ave., Stittsville, couldn't avoid the youth on the wet, slippery pavement. The speed limit in the heavily residential area is 60 mps. Kevin Scott, 13, a friend of Eric's, said: "I just turned around when I heard a bang and saw Eric going up in the air.

Masks criticized

I can't remember if he had a mask on. I think I might have left it in his mother's car." Halloween masks have been criticized as dangerous because of the small eye slits. Kevin and Eric, an only child, often stopped for a drink at the Goodway Coffee Bar, near Kevin's home. Last night, they joked with owner John Schymrosczyk and his wife and tucked some candy in their booty sac "They were just in here soaping up the window said Dirs. Schymrosczyk.” They were trick or treating when they went out and a few minutes later we heard bang," she said.

HAWKINS, John (Jack) Thomas

Peacefully at the Carleton Place Health Care Centre, Carleton Place, in his 86th year John (Jack) Thomas Hawkins, beloved husband of Elsie Josephine McNeely Dear father of Beverly Arne (Mrs. Donald MacDonald), Peterborough and Kenneth (Helene) Hawkins, Almonte. Dear grampa of Jennifer and Stacey Hawkins. Dear brother of Laura (Mrs. Edward Halpenny), Almonte and Arthur Hawkins, Carleton Place. Predeceased by one sister, Marguerite (Mrs. Stanley Hughton) Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, for visiting on Thursday, July 27th, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service in the chapel on Friday, July 28th, at 2 p.m. Rev. John Bushby officiating. Interment in the family plot, United Cemetery, Carleton Place Donations made to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the Hawkins family.

HEMPHILL, Clifford Ira

In hospital on Monday, October 24, Clifford Ira Hemphill, of Woodlawn, in 61st year, beloved husband of Freda ?ford) Hemphill Dear father of Barry am wife Judy of Ottawa; Bryan and his Bonnie of Fitzroy Harbour; Brent and wife Sue of Woodlawn; Gloria Prince her husband Doug of Cochrane, Ont Dear grandfather of Kelly, Lisa, Cans Brandon, Brittany, Joshua, Amanda, Elizabeth and Jordan. Predeceased by Sister Edith, wife of the late Ken Wilson Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home, Carp Chapel, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Wednesday. Funeral service in the Chapel Thursday 3 p.m. Interment Maclaren's Cemetery Friends desiring may make memorial donations to the Liver Foundation.

Sunday, July 30, 1995

HERRON, Lynn nee Lancaster

In hospital at Ottawa, Ontario on Saturday, July 29, 1995, Diane Lynn Lancaster, age 49. Daughter of the late Raymond Lescena Lancaster and special step-daughter of Hazel (Jo) Lancaster Beloved wife of Alvin Herron of Carleton Place Loving mother of Jane (Mrs. Chris Schoenwandt) of Bath, Ontario, Chris McFarlane (Victoria) of Smiths Falls, Collin Herron (Nyree-Dawn) of Burlington, and Derek Herron (Heather) of Carleton Place. Dearest Nanny of Joshua and Benjamin McFarlane and Marta and Jon Schoenwandt Survived by six sisters and two brothers Friends may call at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place on Monday from 12 noon until service in the Chapel at 2 p.m. Reverend John Bushby officiating. Private family interment St. James Anglican Cemetery, Carleton Place Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.        

HILLIARD Eliza

­In hospital, Almonte, Ontario on Friday, May 26, 1989, Eliza Ann Hilliard, age 91 years. Dear daughter of the late Robert Hilliard and his wife, the late Catherine Alice Proc­tor. Dear aunt of Murray of Greely, Ontario, Mervyn of Carleton Place, Timothy of To­ronto and Marcia (Mrs. Derek Irving) of Vancouver. Predeceased by 3 brothers, George, Borden and Ritchie Also survived by 2 grand-nieces, Brenda and Danielle and 4 grand-nephews, Robert, Thomas, Christo­pher and Mark Friends may call at the Ker­ry Funeral Home and Chapel, 61 Lake Ave­nue West, Carleton Place on Sunday, May 28 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral ser­vice in the chapel on Monday, May 29 at 1:30 p.m. Interment St. George's Cemetery, Clayton, Ontario. Donations to the Fairview Manor Auxiliary or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.

HILLIARD, Opal Dora nee Gawley

In hospital at Carleton Place, Ontario, on Friday, May 31, 1996, Opal Dora Gawley, in her 86th year Beloved wife of the late Robert Borden Hilliard Loved mother of Murray (Jan) of North Gower and Mervyn (Irene) of R.R. 1, Carleton Place Dear brother of Munson Gawley of Paris Ontario and Elizabeth Tuffs of Campbellford. Sister-in-law of Eunice Gawley of Smiths Falls Loving grand­mother of Rob, Tom, Chris, Brenda and Mark Predeceased by 3 brothers and 2 sisters Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Ave., Carleton Place, on Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the chapel on Monday at 1 p.m., Pastor Doug Anderson officiating. Interment St. George's Cem­etery, Clayton, Ontario Donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family

HINES, Lilies May nee Reid

In hospital at Carleton Place, Ontario, on Saturday, January 13, 1990, Lilies May Reid in her 90th year. Beloved wife of the late James Allan Hines Dear sister of Gertrude (Mrs. Stephen Stanzel), Carleton Place and Maisie (Mrs. Jack MacFarlane), Ottawa Predeceased by her sisters Edna Tavender­Smith and Jean Featherston Survived by several nieces and nephews Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Av­enue, Carleton Place on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the chapel on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Reverend Larry Paul offi­ciating. Spring interment, United Cemeter­ies, Carleton Piece Donations to the charity of your choice appreciated.

HITSCHMANOVA, Dr. Lotta, C.C.

In Ottawa on August 1, 1990 Founding Di­rector of the Unitarian Service Committee of Canada (USG Canada) Companion of “The Order of Canada”. Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, November 28, 1909 No surviving relatives Loved and admired by thousands throughout the world. Funeral ar­rangements private Memorial Service at First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa 30 Cleary Avenue, Ottawa, at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, August 21, 1990 No flowers please. Memorial gifts to USC Canada, 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa. Ontario, Canada. K1P 5B1 would be greatly appreciated. Ar­rangements by the Tubman Funeral Homes, Ottawa

HOBBS, Robert Elmer

In hospital after a lengthy illness, on Thurs­day, March 15, 1990, Elmer Hobbs of Munster, aged 87 years, beloved husband of Verna Pratt Dear father of Sandra Crampton and Carol (wife of Body Man­zon), both of Vancouver Island, British Col­umbia: Sheila (wife of Ken Jones) of Muns­ter; and Doug (husband of Rose) of Pre­scott. Loving grandfather of Debbie, Shawn, Ian, Trevor, Laura, Geoffrey, Vincent Krista and David Brother of Mrs. Jean Hughes, Mrs. Helen Boyd, Mrs. Dorothy Argue, Clar­ence (husband of Kay), and Mrs. Pat Mc­Coy Predeceased by his brothers Henry and Kenneth and his sisters Irene Potter, Isobel Featherstone, Lillian Stewart and Zel­ma Conley Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home, Westboro Chapel, 403 Rich­mond Road at Roosevelt, on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Funeral service will be held at Christ Church, Ashton, on Monday at 2 p.m. Interment Munster Union Cemetery in the spring. In lieu of flowers, donations to the charity of your choice would be appre­ciated.

HOBBS, Wellington Craig

(Veteran W.W.I) Suddenly on Thursday, May 12, 1988, in his 90th year, Craig Hobbs, husband of the late Beulah Hill. Dear father of John Hobbs of Coquiltlam, British Columbia; Dr. Kenneth Hobbs of Whitby and William Hobbs of Oakville. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren Friends may call at the Tub­man Funeral Home, Westboro Chapel, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt, on Saturday 7 to 9 and Sunday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Fu­neral service will be held in the Chapel on Monday at 1:30 p.m. with The Reverend Gervis Black officiating. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens Cemetery In lieu of flow­ers, memorial donations to Parkdale United Church Remembrance Fund, would be ap­preciated by the family.

HOBBS, William Harold

At the Carleton Place Health Care Centre, on Friday, November 17, 1989, William Ha­rold Hobbs of RR1 Ashton, in his 89th year. Beloved husband of the late Mary Frances Crawford Predeceased by his brother, Charles Son of the late Nelson Hobbs and his wife, the late Agnes Vaughn, Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place, on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in Christ Church, Ashton, Ontario on Monday at 2 pm Reverend Douglas Norman officiating Interment Munster Union Cemetery Donations to the memorial fund of Christ Church, Ashton, would be appreci­ated.

Hodgson Mary Alice nee Lowe

Mary Alice (Lowe) Hodgson, formerly of Ashton, died at St. Vincent Hospital in Ottawa on Dec. 4, 1988. She was 83 years old. The daughter of the late Wes­ley James Lowe and his wife Margaret Ballantyne Graham, she was born in Beckwith Township on Feb. 6, 1905. She was married to Seaton O. Hodgson.  Mrs. Hodgson is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Marlene Thoby of Ottawa, and one son, Donald of Nova Scotia, Also survived by one sister Mrs. Marjorie Green of Ot­tawa and four brothers, Franklin of Almonte, Gordon and William of Carleton Place and Ellard of Smiths Falls Predeceased by a son Gor­don, three sisters and four brothers Rev. James Baldwin of the Ashton United Church of­ficiating the funeral from the Kerry Funeral Home, Car­leton Place on Dec. 6, 1988 at 2 p.m. Interment was in United Cemeteries. Acting as pallbearers were Len, Ray and Dale Moore and Homer, Lyal and Don Craw­ford.

HUGHES, Lloyd

In hospital, Ottawa, Ontario, on Wednesday, September 27, 1989 Thomas Lloyd Hughes, age 91 years, beloved husband of Jean Maude Hobbs Loving son of the fate James Hughes and his wife, the late Melissa Jacobs  Dear brother of James Harold Hughes of Carleton Place. Predeceased by 3 half-brothers, Howard, William and Nor­man Bennett Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home and Chapel, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, on Thursday, Sep­tember 28 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Fu­neral service in the chapel on Friday at 2 p.m. Interment St. James Anglican Ceme­tery, Carleton Place. Donations to the St. James Anglican Cemetery Fund or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be ap­preciated. The Mississippi Rebekah Lodge No. 180 will have walk through on Thursday at 3 p.m.

HUTT, Sherry Lynn

At Carleton Place, Ontario, on Thursday, March 23, 1989, Sherry Lynn Hutt, in her 25th year Mother of Jennifer, Stacey and Jason. Beloved daughter of Morgan and Verma Hutt (nee McRae) Dear sister of Candice (Mrs. Mike Beaudette) Carleton Place, and the late Robert Charles (Robbie Hutt) Friend of Greg Marshall of Carleton Place Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place, on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the Chapel on Monday at 3 p.m., Archdeacon Harvey Southcott officiating. Spring interment St. James Cemetery, Car­leton Place Donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated.

Woman Killed in two-car Crash

Ireton Marion I.

A two-car accident on County Road 16, last Wed­nesday evening, resulted in the death of one person and injuries to two others. Dead is Marion I. Ireton, 61, of RR 2, Almonte. She had been a passenger in a car driven by her son, Glen Ireton, also of RR 2, Almonte, which collided with a vehicle driven by William Lowe, of RR 2, Lanark. Both drivers suffered minor injuries in the $1,200 collision which took place around 5:45 p.m. at the 11 and 12 Concession roads, less than two miles west of County Road 9.

Police said the Ireton ve­hicle was eastbound, turn­ing onto a Concession road, when it collided with the westbound car.

JACKSON, Frederick James

In hospital, Perth, on Thursday, April 14, 1988; Frederick J Jackson, in his 97th year Beloved husband of Luella Elizabeth Gemmill Dear father of Clara Stewart of Perth, Florence (Mrs. Gordon Bell) of R.R. 6, Perth; Gladys Norris of Perth, Theresa (Mrs. Ernest Cardinal) of Saskatoon, Bill of Regina, Bob of Ottawa, Bertha (Mrs. Pat Tovey) of Balderson, Walter of Milton, Frieda (Mrs. George Kerr) and Ken of R.R. 1, Perth and the late Mary and Dora Anne. Dear brother of Clara Furlong. Sadly missed by his 38 grandchildren and 28 great-grand­children Friends may call at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Perth, from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Columbkill’s Church, McDonalds Corners, on Saturday, April 16, at 11 a.m. Interment Parish Cemetery. In remembrance contributions to the Great War Memorial Hospital Building Fund would be appreciated.

JACKSON, Shirley nee Drynan

In hospital, Carleton Place, Ontario, Thursday, April 26, 1990, Shirley Anne Drynan of R.R. 1, Carleton Place, age years. Beloved wife of Howard E. Jackson Loving mother of H. Richard (Rick) Jason of Carleton Place, Susan A. Grotans, Mississauga, Ontario, and Wendy J Jason of Guelph, Ontario Dear grandmother of Timothy Grotans, Jason Jackson, Christopher Jackson and Guy Pownall Dear sister of Evelyn (Mrs. Wally Hind) of Smiths Falls, Ontario Loving stepdaughter Louella (Shail) Drynan of Almonte, Pre ceased by her parents Dean K. Drynan his wife (by a first marriage) Maude Martin. Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home and Chapel, 61 Lake Ave. Carleton Place, on Sunday, April 29, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thence to St. Johns Anglican Church, Innisville, Ontario, for funeral and Committal Service complete Monday, April 30, at 11 a.m. Cremation laws, Ontario. Interment of ashes in John's Anglican Cemetery, Innisville, at a later date Donations to St. John's Anglican Church Memorial Fund would be appreciated.

JACKSON, Stanley A

At Perth on Tuesday, March 13, 1990 Stanley A. Jackson, in his 94th year, hus­band of the late Margaret Forbes. Loving father of Jessie (Mrs. George Butcher), R.R.2, Jasper; Marion (Mrs. Robert Arnett), H.H.4, Kemptville; Pearl (Mrs. Cliff MacDo­nald), R.R.5, Perth; Ruth (Mrs. Russell La­londe) Lanark; Edna (Mrs. James Adrain), Perth; Doris (Mrs. Steven Trudeau), Ne­pean and Alice (Mrs. Ron Gilchrist) of North Gower Predeceased by daughter, Ada Foster; sons James and John (as an infant) and sisters Elsie Anderson and An­nie Peacock Sadly missed by his grandchil­dren, great-grandchildren, nieces and neph­ews. Friends may call at the Young Funeral Home, Lanark Thursday from 2 to 9 p.m., where Funeral Service will be conducted Fri­day at 1:30 p.m. Interment St. Andrew's Cemetery, Watson’s Corners. In remem­brance contributions to the Zion United Church, St. Andrew's Cemetery or the Palli­ative Care Unit of the Great War Memorial Hospital, Perth, would be appreciated.

JAMES, Franklin Marshall

In hospital, Almonte, Ontario, on Friday, March 6, 1987 Dear son of the late William and Annie James. Dear brother of John E. of Almonte and Eleanor (Mrs. Ray Bartlett) of Carleton Place. Predeceased by 2 brothers Gordon James and Warren James Dear uncle of several nieces and nephews Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte, for visiting on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., thence to St. George's Anglican Church, Clayton, on Monday at 10 a.m. for service at 11 a.m., Rev. Richard Waye officiating. Inter­ment St. George's Anglican Cemetery Do­nations to St. George's Anglican Church, Clayton, would be greatly appreciated by the James family.

JAMES, Isabel Jean nee Brydges

Peacefully in her sleep at her home on Sunday, May 24, 1998 Isabel Brydges of Appleton, age 70 ears. Dearly loved wife of Carman James and Beloved mother of Barbara (Mrs. Brent Richardson) of Ottawa, Helen (Mrs. Tim Illingworth) of Appleton, Marian (Mrs. Robert Renwick) of Corkery, Irene (Mrs. Craig Moore) of Almonte and Robert at home, Dear sister of Mrs. Catherine Gardiner (Francis), Keith (Mary), Kenneth (Dorene), Robert, Mrs. Mary Howie Armor), Cecil (Shirley), Mrs. Marion Armstrong Graham), Gordon Mrs. Edith Campbell (John) and Mrs. Grace Howie (Sterling). Predeceased by one brother, Ivan Much loved grandmother of Cathleen, Kristine and Jeremy Illingworth, Emma, Bobby, Isabel and Margaret Renwick, Trevor, Tyler and Travis Moore. Friends may call at the CR GAMBLE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL. 27 Church Street, Almonte, for visiting on Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thence to rest in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Almonte, from 12 noon Wednesday until Service at 2 p.m., Rev. Rob Davis officiating. Interment St Paul's Anglican Cemetery, Almonte In lieu of flowers, donations nay be made to the Ottawa Civic Hospital Heart Institute or The Almonte General Hospital.

JELLY, Jean nee Lowe

In hospital, Smiths Falls, on Friday, August 25, 1989, Jean Lowe, in her 72nd year Wife of the late Dalton G. Jelly, loved mother of Beverley (Mrs. Robert Wood) of Haliburton, loved sister of Roy Lowe of Almonte, Earl Lowe of King City, Gladys (Mrs. Russell Manchester) of Carp, Elsie (Mrs. Murray Campbell) of Stittsville.

JELLY, Jean nee Lows

In hospital, Smiths Falls, on Friday, August 25, 1989, Jean Lowe, in her 72nd year. Wife of the late Dalton G. Jelly Laved mother of Beverley (Mrs. Robert Wood) of Haliburton Loved sister of Roy Lowe of Almonte Earl Lowe of King City, Gladys (Mrs. Russell Manchester) of Carp, Elsie (Mrs. Murray Campbell) of Stittsville, Edna McNeely of Ashton and Dons (Mrs. Alfred Axford) of Smiths Falls Loved grandmother of Kevin and Jonathan Predeceased by a sister Elva Munroe Friends may call at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls, from 2 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Funeral Ser­vice will be conducted in the chapel on Monday, August 28, at 11 a.m. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery. In remembrance, dona­tions to the Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated.

JOHNSTON, Ada D

Elder daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. RA Johnston The last of her family Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron Avenue at Woo­droffe from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Funeral in the Chapel on Friday at 3 pm with cremation to follow

JOHNSON, Willis Roy (Bill)

Suddenly as the result of a heart attack while hunting on Monday, November 2, 1987, Bill Johnson of Carleton Place, age 62 years Dearly loved husband of Doris Burnette and beloved father of Wayne and his wife Marjorie of Smiths Falls and Ric­hard of Kamloops, B.C. Predeceased by 1 son Terry Dear brother of Howard of Carle­ton Place and Carson of Almonte Also sur­vived by 4 grandchildren and predeceased by 1 brother Eldon. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the care of Gamble & Comba Funeral Home, Almonte are to be com­pleted.

JONES, Effie nee Woods

In hospital, Ottawa, on Sunday, November 15, 1987, Effie Woods, wife of the late Leo­nard E. Jones; dear mother of Donald of Lahr, West Germany; loved grandmother of Dwane, Donald and Sheryl-Lynn McAfee, all of Ottawa; sister of the late Charlie and Ro­bert Woods. Friends may call at The Young Funeral Home, Lanark, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, where Funeral Service will be conducted Wednesday, at 11 a.m. Interment Pine Grove Cemetery.

KEHOE, Kenneth James

Suddenly at his home in Perth on Saturday, June 6, 1987, Kenneth James Kehoe, in his 65th year Beloved husband of Elizabeth Jean (Betty) Closs Loving father of Gerald and his wife Dorothy of Calgary; Edith Anne and her husband Jim Cordick of Perth; James and his wife Nancy of Lansdowne; Colleen and her husband Terry McTavish of Nepean Dearly loved grandfather of Kathy Kehoe, Chrissy and Jason Cordick; Lisa, Kenny and Tessa Kehoe and Sean McTav­ish Loving son of the late Bernard and Mary Kehoe Dear brother of Edna Tomlin­son of Rideau Ferry; Helen Kerr of Perth; Shirley Robert of Aylmer, Quebec; Lambert of Rideau Ferry; Everett of Kemptville. Pre­deceased by Brother Pat in 1983 Friends may call at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, Perth from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. Funeral Mass will be celebrated by Father Bernard O'Neill in St. John the Baptist Church, Perth on Tuesday, June 9 at 11 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. In remembrance dona­tions to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

KELLOUGH, James Victor

In hospital at Almonte on Thursday, July 6, 1989, J. Victor Kellough of Almonte, age 90 years. Beloved husband of the late Cynthia Gladys Paul and dearly loved father of Mrs. Douglas J. King (Jean) of Gall-Cambridge; Mrs. Jack Virgin (Florence) of Almonte; Mrs. Harold Stuart (Cynthia) of Simcoe and Mrs. Ronald James (Carol) of Perth Dear brother of Margaret of Toronto Prede­ceased by 1 sister Jean and by 2 brothers John and Earl Also survived by 7 grandchil­dren and 9 great-grandchildren Friends may call at the C. R. Gamble Funeral Home, 127 Church St., Almonte Funeral Saturday in the Chapel at 2 p.m., Reverend Clifford Evans officiating. Interment Auld Kirk Cemetery, Almonte In lieu of flowers donations made to the Almonte General hospital (Rosamond Wing) or the charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.

KELLY, Alonzo Michael Joseph

Suddenly at his home in Corkery, Ont, on Thursday, November 23, 1995 Alonzo Michael Joseph Kelly, in his 77th year Beloved son of the late Joseph Kelly and his wife the late Annie Mears, Loving husband of Cedilla Scott Much loved father of Theresa LeBlanc (AI), Madeleine Muldoon (Eugene), Joseph (Kathy), Mary Grace (Bill), Raymond (Sharron) and Carmel Van Brussel (John). Dear brother of Hilary "Mike" (Joanne) and Rita Brown (Thomas). Predeceased by his brothers, John and Louis Special grand­father of 16 grandchildren Friends may call at the C. R. Gamble Funeral Home & Chapel, 127 Church St., Almonte, for visiting on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be held in St. Michael's Church, Corkery, on Saturday at 11 a.m. Interment St. Michael's Parish Cem­etery, Corkery.

KENNEDY, Annie Teresa nee Ryan

In hospital, Ottawa, Ontario, on Monday, May 19, 1986, Annie Teresa Ryan, beloved wife of Lawrence J. Kennedy Dear mother of Doreen, Los Angeles, California; Dorothy Carruthers, Los Angeles, California; Teresa (Mrs. Fred Creamer), St. Catharines; Betty Babcock, Kingston; Desmond and Michael, Ottawa. Predeceased by Eileen and Ray­mond Dear sister of Mary (Mrs. Harry Grace) Almonte; Irene (Mrs. William Dunni­gan), Oakville; Dominic Ryan, Bells Corners and Sylvester Ryan, Florida Predeceased by 2 sisters, Veronica (Sister St. Dominic); Sadie (Mrs. Pat Blanton) and Martin. Survived by 5 grandchildren Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte, for visiting on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. Thence to St. Michael's Church, Corkery, for Funeral Mass on Thursday at 11 a.m. Interment St. Michael's Cemetery.

KENNEDY, Doreen V.

RN After a short courageous fight with cancer at St. John's Hospital, Santa Mo­nica, California, on Thursday, June 16, 1988. Beloved daughter of Lawrence J. Kennedy of R.R. 4, Almonte, Ont and the late Annie Teresa (Ryan) Kennedy Dear sister of Dorothy Carruthers, Los Angeles, California; Teresa (Mrs. Fred Creamer) of St. Catharines; Betty Babcock of Kingston; Desmond and Michael of Ottawa. Prede­ceased by 1 sister Eileen and 1 brother Raymond Also survived by 4 nephews, Danny and Gary Meagher of St. Catharines; Brent Carruthers of Ottawa and Jeffrey Kennedy of Ottawa Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elgin St., Almonte, for visiting on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., thence to St. Michael's Church, Corkery, for Funeral Mass on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment St. Mi­chael's Cemetery, Corkery. In lieu of flow­ers, donations made to the Canadian Can­cer Society would be appreciated.

KENNEDY, Lawrence J

On Thursday, January 11, 1990, aft short, courageous fight with cancer, at residence with all of his family present, in his 87th year Lawrence J. Kennedy, belov­ed husband of the late Annie Teresa Ryan. Dear father of Dorothy and Pat Hines, Ana­heim Hills, California; Teresa and Fred Creamer, St. Catharines; Betty Babcock, Kingston; Des and Joan Kennedy, Embrun; and Michael Kennedy, Ottawa. Predeceased by Raymond, Eileen and Doreen and his only granddaughter, Kern Meagher Dear brother of Teresa Kennedy, Ottawa Prede­ceased by his only brother, Hugh Kennedy Also survived by his 5 grandsons, Brent Carruthers, Dan and Gary Meagher, Shaun and Jeffrey Kennedy Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Chapel, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte, for visiting on Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9, thence to St. Michael's Church, Cork­ery, for Funeral Mass on Monday at 11 a.m. Interment St. Michael's Cemetery, Corkery.

KENNY, Evelyn nee Newman

Peacefully at her home, near Carleton Place, Ontario, on Friday, October 28th, 1994, in her 73rd year Evelyn Catherine Newman, beloved wife of Bert C. Kenny. Dearly loved mother of Bill (husband of Elizabeth), Doug (husband of Donna), Donnie (husband of Cherylann), Mark (hus­band of June), Bert (husband of Bonnie), Ross (husband of Janice), Kerry (husband of Dorothy), Karen (Mrs. Perry Fee) and Catherine (Mrs. Dave Mansell) Loving grandmother of 2l grandchildren  Dear sis­ter of Leonard Newman of North Bay. Pre­deceased by her brother Willis and by her sister, Marion Adams Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, for visiting on Sunday, October 30th, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. Funeral service in the Chapel on Monday, October 31st, at 1 p.m. Bob Devenny officiating. Interment Stittsville United Church Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy to the Canadian Cancer Society or the charity of your choice would be ap­preciated by the Kenny family.   

KERR, Emily nee Thompson

Suddenly at Perth on Thursday, May 26, 1988, Emily Thompson, wife of the late B  Irving Kerr Dear mother of Lillian Ireton of Perth; Marguerite (Mrs. Murray Cameron) of Smiths Falls; George of R.R.1 Perth, and Helen (Mrs. Lloyd Fisher) of Ashton, Sadly missed by her 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Perth, Friday from 2 to 5 and 6 to 9 p.m. Funeral Service will be conducted in the Chapel Saturday, May 28, at 11 a.m. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. In remembrance contributions to the Building Fund of the Great War Memori­al Hospital, Perth, or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

KETTLES, Harold Vincent

In hospital Carleton Place, Ontario on Sat­urday, November 7, 1987, Harold Kettles of R. R. 1, Carleton Place, age 62 years. Be­loved husband of Evelyn Neilson Dear brother of Helen (Mrs. Bill Simpson) Ash­ton, Ontario and Hazel (Mrs. George Tink­er) Santa Barbara, California Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place on Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service in the chapel on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment United Cemeteries of Carleton Place.

KINNAIRD, Geoff

Died October 15, 1984, in Aberdeen, Scotland, as the result of an accident Survived by his wife Olive and sons Michael and Neil, Brother Larry and Sister Babs Predeceased by Sister Muriel Vallillee of Ashton

LABELLE, Israel

"With Christ which is far better" In hospi­tal, Perth, on Friday, May 29, 1987, Israel S L. Labelle, in his 90th year, beloved husband of Jusaline Zanth; predeceased by his first wife Lea Godin. Loved father of Perley of Edmonton, Mrs. Blanche Godin of Montreal, Mrs. Edna Staniforth of Grey Valley, Quebec, Mrs. Annette Campbell of Annuncion, Quebec, and Mrs. Doris Moore of Smiths Falls. Friends may call at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Perth, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Fu­neral Service will be conducted in the Chapel on Monday, June 1, at 2 p.m. Interment Scotch Line Cemetery

LACHARITY, Earl

Master of the Ottawa Valley Hunt, Sud­denly at his home on December 30, 1994, Earl Lacharity, much loved husband and best friend for thirty-five years to June. Lov­ing father to Gail Lindsay, John and Gary, and to his extended family, Libby, Jamie, Grits, Tim and Lindsay; Chris, Laurie, Zachary, Reilly and Shelby; Yvon, Linda, Joanne, and Jean and his grandchildren, John DeMorest, and Sarah and Chris Lacharity A light has flickered out for every­one who knew and loved him. Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Homes, Carp Chapel on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Service to be held in the chapel Tuesday at 10 a.m. Cremation to fol­low. In memory of Earl, memorial donations to the Humane Society of Ottawa-Carleton would be appreciated.

LACHARITY, John Earl

Suddenly December 30, 1994. John Earl Lacharity, husband by first marriage-of Freda Sarah (Elvidge) Lacharity and mother of his three children, Gail Lindsay, Gary and John Lacharity, and grandchildren, John DeMorest; Sarah and Christopher Lacharity; and predeceased by Jill DeMorest. Husband by second marriage of June (Brown) Lacharity Funeral Service was held Tuesday, January 3rd, at 10 a.m. at the Tubman Funeral Homes Carp Chapel. Cremation In memory of John Earl memorial donations to the Humane Society of Ottawa-Carleton would be appreciated

LACHARITY, June Barclay M.F.H.

June passed away peacefully at home, after a long and courageous battle with cancer on Monday, June 30, 1997. Predeceased by her loving husband, John Earl Survived by her sister Elizabeth Ledgerwood, niece Jamie Ledgerwood, nephew Chris Ledgerwood and his wife Laurie and children Shelby, Zachary and Riley and her much loved extended family, Grits, Tim and Lindsay McMullen, Linda, Yvon, Joanne and Jean Page, and step­sons Gary and John Lacharity June was a friend to all who knew her and will be greatly missed by each and every one of us who loved her deeply. Friends may call at the Carp Chapel of the Tubman Funeral Homes, Rivington Street, Carp, on Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Memorial Service will be held in the Chapel on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers donations to the Hu­mane Society of Ottawa-Carleton would be ap­preciated

LALONDE, Antoine­

In hospital at Carleton Place, Ontario, on Sunday April 11, 1993 Antoine Lalonde of R.R. 3, Stittsville, Ontario, in his 65th year, beloved husband of Shirley Irene Jenkins Dear father of Donna of McDonalds Cor­ners, Raymond and Carl of R.R. 3, Stitts­ville Loved grandfather of David. Dear brother of Mary Horne, Elizabeth White, Charles and Joseph Lalonde, all of Lanark, Antoine served in the 2nd Battalion PPCLI. DVA Pay and Allowances and the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires Resting at the Alan R Barker Funeral Home McArthur Av­enue, Carleton Place, on Monday from 2 t, 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the chapel on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment Hopetown Ontario Donations to the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario would be appreciated

LANGSTAFF, Doris Evelyn nee McNeely

In hospital after a lengthy illness on Sunday, June 4, 1995, Doris McNeely, R.N. in her 85th year, beloved wife of the late Clifford Langstaff, Dear mother of Ian. Pre­deceased by daughter-in-law, Joan, Loving grandmother of Scott, Peter, Todd, Adam and Jessie, Predeceased by granddaugh­ter, Amy, Sister of Mary (Mrs. Foy Watford), Bonita Springs, Florida; Elsie (Mrs. Jack Hawkins) and Catherine (Mrs. Leonard Coleman), Carleton Place Predeceased by brother, Edward and sister, Wilma (Mrs. Hugh McMally). Friends may call at the Carp Chapel of the Tubman Funeral Home, 7 to 9 Tuesday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Wednesday. Funeral Service in St. James Anglican Church, Carp, Thursday, 11 a.m. Interment parish cemetery Memorial do­nations to St. James Anglican Church Memorial Fund would be appreciated

LATULIPPE, Bonnie nee McFadden

On Friday, March 10, 1989, Bonnie McFadden, age 37 years; beloved wife of Pierre Latulippe Dear mother of Shelley Anne Sister of Margaret Beland, Ann Graham and Helen Vaillancourt. Daughter of the late Thomas and Margaret (Sommerville) McFadden Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home, 1255 Walkley Road (east o Bank), after 2 p.m. Monday. Funeral service Tuesday in the chapel at 10 a.m., Reverend Jim Baldwin officiating, Interment Hope Cemetery

Lay, Elinore Evelyn nee Lowe

(Vice President of Carleton Cleaners) Suddenly at her home, Carleton Place, Ontario, on Saturday, October 4, 1997, Elinore Evelyn Lowe, in her 64th year Beloved wife of Bob Lay Loving mother of Barry (Faye) and Carolyn Lay, both of Carleton Place Dear grandmother of Katrina and Megan. Dear sister of Mary (Jim) Tryon of Perth, Donald (Carole), Jim (Alice) and Myrtle (John), Ravelsloot, all of Carleton Place and Marjorie (Glenn) MacGregor of Almonte. Loving aunt to nu­merous nieces and nephews At Elinore's request there will be no visitation. A memorial Service will be held in the Chapel of the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, 19 McArthur Ave., Carleton Place, Ontario, on Saturday. October 18, 1997 at 11 a.m. Ven. Gordon Worden officiating, Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

LeMAISTRE, Catherine

Embol Mae nee Devlin

In hospital at Carleton Place, Ontario on Sunday, October 14, 1990, Catherine Em­bol Mae Devlin, in her 83rd year, Beloved wife of the late George J. LeMaistre Dear mother of Georgia (Mrs. Willys Armour) of Carleton Place and Ruth (Mrs. Gordon Tab­er) of Rideau Ferry Loved grandmother of Andrea (Mrs. Paul Nephin) and John Ar­mour; both of Carleton Place, Gordon Tab­er Jr. of Smiths Falls and Catherine (Mrs. Carl Roth) of Ottawa. Great-grandmother of Sarah, Matthew and Vanessa Nephin and Karl and Thomas Ross, Dear sister of Elsie (Mrs. Jock Mailey) of Carleton Place, Loved aunt to many nieces and nephews, Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place on Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the Chapel on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Pastor Jef­frey Potts officiating. Interment United Cem­eteries, Carleton Place. Donations to the Carleton Place District and Memorial Hospi­tal building fund would be appreciated.

LEWIS, Elsie nee Simpson

At the Carleton Place Health Care Center on Wednesday, October 18, 1989, Elsie Maude Simpson, age 92 years. Beloved wife of the late Neil Stewart Lewis, Loving, mother of Clarence and Neil, both of Ashton, Ontario Dear grandmother of Steven David and Linda (Mrs. Ronald Roy), all of Ashton, Also survived by 3 great-grandchildren Predeceased by 1 brother, Cecil and by 2 sisters, Mrs. Muriel McRae and Mrs. Myrtle Simpson. Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home and Chapel, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, Ontario, on Thursday, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.  Funeral Service in the Chapel on Friday, at p.m Interment Dewar and Kennedy Cemeteries, Ashton Donations to the Memorial Fund of the Ashton United Church would b appreciated.

LEWIS

At the Carleton Place Health Care Centre on Wednesday, October 18th, 1989.

ELSIE MAUDE SIMPSON

Beloved wife of the late Neil Stewart, Lewis Loving mother of Clarence and Neil, both of Ashton, Ontario Dear grandmother of Steven, David and Linda (Mrs. Ronald Roy) all of Ashton, Also survived by three great grand­children. Predeceased by an infant son and by one brother Cecil and two sisters: Mrs. Muriel McRae and Mrs. Myrtle Simpson

In Her 93rd Year

The Funeral

Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home and Chapel, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, Ontario on Thursday, October 19th, 1989 from 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Friday, October 20th, 1989 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. James Baldwin of Ashton United Church officiating. Interment Dewar and Kennedy Cemeteries (Dewar Section), Ashton Donations to the Memorial Fund of the Ashton United Church would be appreciated.

LIVINGSTON NELL G nee Houstoun

At her home, R.R. 1, Carleton Place, on Wednesday, September 16, 1987, Nell G. Houstoun, in her 77th year, beloved wife of the late John Frederick Livingstone. Dear mother of Cara (Mrs. James Moncrieff) of Kanata; Morna (Mrs. Wayne Woltman) of Nepean. Dear sister of William and Mack Houstoun, Lorna Mollison and the late Regi­nald Houstoun. Much loved grandmother of Don, Rick and Heather Moncrieff; Shawn and Lesley Woltman. Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place, on Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., thence Friday to rest at St. An­drew's Presbyterian Church, from noon to service at 2 pm, Reverend Robert Hill offi­ciating Interment United Cemeteries, Carle­ton Place. Donations to the V.O.N. or Cana­dian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

LOVE, Herbert Wainwright

Suddenly at Tucson, Arizona, on Monday, March 14, 1988. Brigadier-General Herbert W. Love, O.B.E., in his 75th year, Graduate of Royal Military College and former Execu­tive Director of the Arctic Institute of North America. Beloved husband of Anna Jane Higginson of R.R. 1, McDonalds Corners Dear father of Wendy (Mrs. J.G. Michael Parkes) of Ottawa and Judith (Mrs. Warren J. Carrie) of Calgary and loving grandfather of Sean, Andrew, Philippa and Christopher. A Memorial Service will be held in St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 2345 Alta Vis­ta Drive, Ottawa, Saturday, March 19, at 2 p.m. Arrangements in care of the Blair & Son Funeral Home Perth

LOWE Allan

WISH to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our relatives, friends and neighbours for their expression of sympathy, floral tributes, donations to the Heart Foundation, the Ashton United Church memorial and building fund and cards of sympathy received dur­ing our bereavement of a loving husband and brother, Allan Lowe. Special thanks to Rev Wesley Mitchell, Rev Eric Lynk and the Kerry Funeral Home. Minerva and the Lowe family

Lowe, Frank

In hospital, Almonte, Ontario, on Tuesday, December 5, 1989, Franklin Stewart Lowe (formerly of Ashton, Ontario), husband of Gertrude Ida Simpson Loving father of Shir­ley (Mrs. Keith Van Iterson), Smiths Falls, Ontario; Audrey (Mrs. Howard Dunlop), Almonte; Ross and his wife Janet, Edwards, Ontario; Joyce (Mrs. Gary Johnston), Stittsville Ontario, and Sheila, Ottawa, On­tario Dear brother of Gordon and William (Bill) Lowe, both of Carleton Place; Thom­as Ellard Lowe of Smiths Falls and Marjorie Eleanor (Mrs. Norman Green) of Ottawa. Loving grandfather of 6 grandchildren Pre­deceased by 11 brothers and sisters Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home and Chapel, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carle­ton Place, on Wednesday, December 6, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral and: Committal Services complete in the Chapel on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. Winter entombment United Cemeteries of Carleton Place - vault. Spring interment United Cemeteries of Carleton Place Donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated.

LOWE, Gertrude Ida nee Simpson

Suddenly at her residence on Wednesday, April 12, 1995, in her 67th year Gertie Simpson, wife of the late Frank Lowe Lov­ing mother of Shirley, Audrey and her hus­band Howard Dunlop, Ross and wife Janet, Joyce and husband Garry Johnston and Sheila and friend Don Proctor Grand­mother of seven, sister of Alma McCall, Marjorie Stewart, Jean Scott and Ernie Simpson Predeceased by sisters Edna Douglas and Ruth Covill. A memorial ser­vice will be held at the Tubman Funeral Home, Westboro Chapel 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt on Friday, April 14th, at 2 p.m. Those who wish may make a mem­orial donation to the Canadian Diabetes As­sociation or the Alzheimer Association

LOWE Gordon

In loving memory of my dear husband, Gordon, who passed away February 15, 1991, those we love don't go away they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard but always near forever loved and forever dear. Lovingly remembered Wife Margaret

Lowe Gordon Henderson

Gordon Henderson Lowe died Feb. 15 at Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospi­tal after a lengthy illness. He was 81 years old. Born Nov. 10, 1909 in Be­ckwith Township Gordon was the son of Wesley James Lowe and Margaret Ballantyne Graham. He received his education at Beckwith Township School and later married Margaret Cora Stinson on April 23, 1960 at Bells Corners United Church. Mr. Lowe farmed most of his life and was a member of Ash­ton United Church serving on many committees and was an active member on the Session for many years. Gordon received an honorary plaque for 54 years of continuous and loyal service in the Loyal Orange Lodge in Ashton 97 and Munster 917. Gordon is survived by his wife Margaret as well as brothers William Lowe of Carleton Place and Ellard Lowe of Smiths Falls. He is also sur­vived by one sister Marjorie (Mrs. Norman Green) of Ot­tawa. Gordon was predeceased by brothers Wesley Allan, James, Robert, Franklin, Albert and Wesley James. He was also predeceased by sisters Isobel (Mrs. Ezra Crawford), Jessie, Hester, Mary (Mrs. Seaton Hodgson), Jan (Mrs. Reg Ful­ford) and Florence (Mrs. Her­bert Moore). Funeral was at Kerry's Funeral Home Sunday February 17, 1991 at 2 p.m. The service was officiated by Rev. Jim Baldwin of Ashton United Church, with interment at United Cemeteries of Car­leton Place. Pallbearers were Homer and Lyle Crawford, Ray Shane, Bill Simpson, Clarence Lewis and Ray Moore

Lowe, Gordon

In hospital, Carleton Place, Ontario, on Fri­day, February 15, 1991, Gordon Henderson Lowe, age 81 years Beloved husband of Margaret Cora Stinson Loving son of the late Wesley James Lowe and his wife the late Margaret Ballantyne Graham Dear brother of William of Carleton Place and El­lard of Smiths Falls and Marjorie (Mrs. Nor­man Green) of Ottawa Predeceased by 6 brothers and 6 sisters Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home & Chapel, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, on Sat­urday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral and Committal Services complete in the chapel on Sunday at 2 p.m. Spring interment United Cemeteries of Carleton Place. Donations to the Memorial Fund of the Ashton United Church would be appreciated

LOWE, Gordon M.

In hospital, Carleton Place, Ontario, on Tuesday, December 1, 1987, Gordon Milton Lowe, on his 66th birthday, dearly beloved husband of Lois O Reid Very loving father of Gary Robert, Stittsville, Ontario Prede­ceased by a son Gregory Gordon in 1980 Dear brother of Howard J., Allan G and Irene M. (Mrs. H.R. Sweeney), all of Carle­ton Place; Ivan H. and Isobel D. Demers, both of Smiths Falls, Ontario; Muriel S. (Mrs. John Bolton), Guelph, Ontario; Jean E. (Mrs. Burton Hands), Perth, Ontario, and Phyllis H. Downing, Kingston, Ontario. Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home and Chapel, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carle­ton Place, on Wednesday, December 2, 1987, from 4 to 9 p.m. Funeral service in the chapel on Thursday, December 3, at 1 p.m. winter entombment Auld Kirk Cemet­ery vault, Almonte, Ontario. Spring interment, Donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated

LOWE, Harold H.

In hospital at Ottawa, Ontario, on Wednesday, December 29, 1982, Harold H Lowe of Stittsville, Ontario, in his 91st year Beloved husband of the late Blanche C Mitchell Dear father of Joyce (Mrs. Glenn Graham), Stittsville. Much loved grandfather of Bonnie (Mrs. R. G. Healey), Fitzroy Harbour and Brian of Stitts­ville. Dear brother of Mrs. Vera Macauley of Almonte and Mrs. Ivy Saunders of Ottawa. Predeceased by 4 brothers and 3 sisters Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Ave., Carleton Place, on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the chapel on Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment United Cemeteries, Carleton Place. Donations to the charity of your choice would be appre­ciated.

LOWE, Ivan Harold

(Formerly of Carleton Place) At Smiths Falls on Saturday, January 7, 1989 Ivan Harold Lowe, age 63 years, beloved hus­band of Doreen Devlin; loving father of Ha­rold and his wife Cindy of Red Deer, Alber­ta, Cheryl (Mrs. Terry Donohue) of Smiths Falls and Leisa (Mrs. Jason Peebles) of Toronto Dear grandfather of Angela and Brittney Lowe and Tara and Michael Do­nohue. Dear brother of Muriel (Mrs. John Bolton) of Guelph, Howard Lowe, Allan Lowe and Irene (Mrs. Hillis Sweeney), all of Carleton Place, Jean (Mrs. Burton Hands) of Perth, Isobel (Mrs. Harry Typhair) of Smiths Falls and Phyllis Downing of King­ston. Dear brother-in-law of Lois Lowe of Carleton Place. Predeceased by a daughter, Margaret and a brother, Gordon of Carleton Place Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews Friends may call at the Lannin Funeral Home, Smiths Falls, tram 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. Funeral service in the chapel on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Interment Pine Grove Cemetery, Carleton Place In memoriam do­nations to Rich Little's Special Care Nurs­ery, Ottawa Civic Hospital, would be appre­ciated.

LOWE

JANET HAZEL MAY

In hospital at Almonte, Ontario on

Saturday, January 16, 1982

Beloved daughter of the late Brice McNeely Lowe and his wife Christena Whyte Dear sister of Mrs. Vera Macauley of Almonte, Mrs. Ivy Saunders and Harold Lowe of Ottawa. Predeceased by Miriam, Sarah, John, William, James and Edward

In her 87th year

The Funeral

Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place, Ontario on Monday from 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Service in the Chapel on Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Interment United Cemeteries.

LOWE, Margaret Cora nee Stinson

In hospital, Carleton Place, Ontario on Sunday, April 9, 1995, in her 79th year Margaret Cora Stinson, beloved wife of the late Gordon H. Lowe. Dear sister of Alma and Irene Stinson of Bells Corners, Ontario. Survived by two brothers-in-law, William (Margaret) Lowe, Carleton Place; Ellard (Isabel) Lowe, Smiths Falls and by sisters­ in-law, Marjorie (Norman) Green, Ottawa and Minerva and Janet Lowe of Carleton Place. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, for visiting on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the Chapel on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Jim Baldwin officiating Interment United Cemeteries, Carleton Place Expressions of sympathy to the Heart and Stroke Foun­dation or the Memorial Fund at Ashton United Church would be appreciated

LOWE Margaret Cora

We wish to sincerely thank our relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy in floral tributes, cards, charitable and spe­cial donations in the recent loss of our deaf sister, Margaret Cora Lowe.

Alma and Irene Stinson

Lowe Margaret E thanks

TO ALL MY relatives and friends, I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks for the kindness shown to me in receiving flowers, gifts and visitors and especially for prayers. To Dr Doubek and all the doctors and nurses who helped me at Queensway and to Dr Webb, Dr Smith and first floor nurses at Carleton Place Hospital thanks for good care. I wish every one Blessings of the Season.

LOWE, Sheila Patricia

Unexpectedly at Oshawa General Hospital on Saturday, February 7, 1998 Sheila Patricia Lowe, in her 28th year Beloved daughter of the late Frank and Gertrude Lowe "Special" daughter of Dennis Larkin Loving companion of Robbie Larocque of Oshawa. Dear sister of Shirley Lowe, of Smiths Falls, Audry Dunlop (Howard) of Almonte, Ross Lowe (Janet) of Edwards and Joyce Johnston (Gary) of Stittsville. She will be sadly missed by her uncle, aunts, nieces and nephews. Resting at the ALAN R. BARKER FU­NERALHOME, McArthur Ave., Carleton Place, on Tuesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Wednesday from 12 noon until funeral service to be held in the chapel at 2 p.m. Reverend Hugh Jack officiating spring interment Munster Union Cemetery, Munster, Ontario Donations to the Heart and stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

LOWE, W. Linton

At the Perth Community Care Centre on Saturday, October 23, 1993, W. Linton Lowe of R.R. 1, Carleton Place, in his 88th year, Beloved husband of the late Mary Agnes Campbell Dear father of Elmore (Mrs. Robert Lay), Mary (Mrs. James Tryon), Donald (Carole), James (Alice Myrtle (Mrs. John Ravesloot) and Marjorie (Mrs. Glenn MacGregor) Survived by grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren Predeceased by his sister, Myrtle Pickering and his brother, Donald Resting at the Ale R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Av­enue, Carleton Place, on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in St. John's Anglican Church, Innisville, on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Rev. Mervyn Dunn officiating. Inter­ment St. Johns Cemetery Donations to St. John's Church, Innisville, would be appreci­ated

Lowe Wesley Allan

A longtime resident of the Carleton Place area, Wesley Allan Lowe of 103 Judson Street, Carleton Place, died suddenly at the Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital on October 13, 1984. He was in his 85th year.

Born in Beckwith Township on April 16, 1900, Allan was the son of the late Margaret Graham and Wesley Lowe of Beckwith Township. He spent most of his life farming in Beckwith­ Township, before moving to Carleton Place in 1980. Outside of his farming, Allan was a member of LOL No 917 in Munster as well as an honorary elder of Ashton United Church. When he took up residency in Carleton Place, he became part of the congregation of Zion-Memorial United Church. On September 27, 1941 Allan was married to Miner­va Jane Hartin in Richmond. Besides his wife, he is sur­vived by two sisters Mrs. Mary Gauthier and Marjorie (Mrs. Norman Green) both of Ottawa and four brothers, Franklin Almonte, Gordon and William of Carleton Place and Ellard of Smiths Falls. Predeceased by sisters Jean (Mrs. Rug Fulford), Florence (Mrs. Herbert Moore), Isobel (Mrs. Ezra Crawford), Jessie and Hester and Brothers Wesley, James, Robert and Albert, Rev Wesley Mitchell and Rev Eric Lynk conducted the funeral service from the Kerry Funeral Home, Carleton Place on October 15, 1984 at 2 pm. Interment was in United Cemeteries. Pallbearers were Walter Drummond, Clarence Lewis, Gilbert Fisher, William Simpson, Leonard Moore and Homer Crawford.

LOWE WESLEY ALLAN

Ontario, on Saturday, October 13th 1984. Wesley Allan Lowe beloved husband of Minerva Jane Hartin, dear brother of Mrs. Mary Gauthier„ Ottawa; Marjorie (Mrs. Norman E Greene) Ottawa; Franklin, Almonte; Gordon and William, Carleton Place and Ellard, Smiths, Falls, predeceased by Jean (Mrs. Rug Fulford), Florence (Mrs. Herbert Moore), Isobel (Mrs. Ezra."' Crawford), Jessie, Hester, Wesley James, Robert and Albert In his 85th year, Rested at the Kerry Funeral Home, Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, for visiting on Sunday from 2-9 pm. Funeral service was held in the Chapel on Mon­day at 2:00 pm, Rev Wes Mitchell and Rev Eric Lynk officiating. Interment United Cemeteries Carleton Place.

LOWE

In hospital, Carleton Place, Ontario,

On Saturday, October 13th, 1984

WESLEY ALLAN LOWE

Beloved husband of Minerva Jane Hartin Dear brother of Mrs. Mary Gauthier, Ottawa; Mar­jorie (Mrs. Norman Greene), Ottawa; Franklin, Almonte; Gordon and William, Carleton Place and Ellard, Smiths Falls. Predeceased by lean (Mrs. Rug Fulford), Florence (Mrs. Herbert Moore), Isobel (Mrs. Ezra Crawford), Jessie, Hester, Wesley, James, Robert and Albert.

In his 85th year

The Funeral

Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place, for visiting on Sunday from 2-9 p.m. Funeral service in the Chapel on Monday at 2:00 p.m., Rev. Wes. Mitchell and Rev. Eric Lynk officiating, Inter­ment United Cemeteries, Carleton Place In lieu of flowers donations made to the Ashton United Church Building fund or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.

LOWE WILLIAM ERNEST

Peacefully in hospital, Carleton Place, Ontario on Saturday, April 15, 1995,

Beloved husband of Margaret Elizabeth Cameron, Dear brother of Marjorie (Mrs. Norman Green), Ottawa and Ellard (Isobel) Lowe of Smiths Falls, Predeceased by his brothers, Allan, Jim, Robert, Frank, Gordon, Albert and Wesley Lowe and by sisters, Isabel Crawford, Jessica and Hester Lowe, Mary Hodgins, Jean Fulford and Florence Moore Survived by three sisters-in-law, Minerva, and Janet Lowe and Hazel Cameron and by one brother-in-law Donald (Anna) Cameron. Also survived by several nieces and nephews, In his 85th year The Funeral Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Avenue West, Carleton Place for visiting on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the Chapel on Monday at 2 p.m., Rev. Jim Baldwin officiating. Interment United Cemeteries, Carleton Place. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, or the Memorial Fund at Ashton United Church would be appreciated

LOWE, William Ernest

Peacefully in hospital, Carleton Place, Ontario, on Saturday, April 15, 1995 in his 85th year William Ernest Lowe, beloved husband of Margaret Elizabeth Cameron, dear brother of Marjorie (Mrs. Norman Green) of Ottawa and Ellard (Isabel) Lowe of Smiths Falls. Predeceased by his brothers, Allan, Jim, Robert, Frank Gordon, Albert and Wesley Lowe and by sisters, Isabel Crawford, Jessie and Hester Lowe, Mary Hodgson, Jean Fulford and Florence Moore, Survived by three sisters­-in-law, Minerva and Janet Lowe and Hazel Cameron and by one brother-in-law, Donald (Anna) Cameron Also survived by several nieces and nephews, Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 61 Lake Av­enue West, Carleton Place, for visiting on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the chapel on Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Jim Baldwin officiating. Interment United Cemeteries, Carleton Place. Expressions of sympathy to the Canadian Cancer Society it the Memorial Fund at Ashton United church would be appreciated by the family

LOWE, William Herbert

At Arnprior and District Hospital, Arnprior, Friday, January 30, 1987, Herbert Lowe of R. R. 1, Pakenham, Cedar Hill, in his 72nd year. Beloved husband of Margaret Isabel Slater (nee Neron) Dear stepfather of Ric­hard Slater Arnprior; Beth (Mrs. E. C. Ward), Fort Wayne, Indiana; Lynda (Mrs. Art King), Pefferlan, Ontario Dear brother Arthur Lowe. Cedar Hill; Russell Lowe, Pakenham; Mable (Mrs. William Barr), Almonte; Amy (Mrs. Harvey Wegener), Smiths Falls; Peggy (Mrs. Sam Stein), Almonte Survived by 7 step-grandchildren, visiting at the Boyce Funeral Home, Arnpri­or until 12 noon Monday, February 2 thence Calgary Baptist Church for Funeral and committal Service at 2 p.m. Spring Inter­ment, Auld Kirk Cemetery, Almonte.

LOWE William (Bill)

I wish to express my sin­cere thanks to relatives and friends for their kindness and expressions of sympathy, flowers, cards and memorial donations received during the illness of my late husband, Bill Lowe. Special thanks to Dr. Ron Webb and nurses of the Carleton Place Memorial Hospital. Special thanks to Rev. James Baldwin and Rev. Colin McKenzie, Kerry's Funeral Home and the Women's Auxiliary of the Ashton United Church for the luncheon following the funeral. Special thanks also to the Red Cross and the Paramed nurses for their loving care. Your kindness will always be remembered. Margaret E. Lowe

Lowe William (Bill) Eulogy

We are each different, we are all unique. We have come here today by many roads and even entered by different doors. But we have all come with one common cause, and that is to celebrate the life of Bill Lowe. And I do mean celebrate, for if we only mourn what we have lost, we have nothing, it is far better to celebrate what we have gained through the life of this man I have known Bill for seven years. By the time I came to Ashton, he and Margaret were already retired. My memories of Bill will always be of the God-loving Church-going-man who sat in the back pews in the middle section of our church every Sunday. They will be of a man I visited in the hospital off and on over the years, and of the times we watched the geese from his living room window, or shared a prayer. There were many times when Bill shared his concerns about his health, or the well-being of a family member or friend, but he always seemed that he was just letting me know what was going on, he never complained. And even up to our last visit in the hospital, he maintained his sense of humour. Just for a moment. I would like to invite each of you to think about Bill as you knew him best, at a time of life when he was happy and well. Perhaps he will be trying something new on the farm, working with the trains in Ashton or taking part in a family gathering. Whatever your memory hold, on to it, for these memories will keep him alive in our hearts, and give us great comfort over the years to come. A wise person once said. it is not the memories that fade, only the pain. We can take comfort also in the knowledge that Bill did love God and was faithful to the end. Bill loved life and he loved hard work but when his body failed and he knew the end was near he did not fear death, he grew very peaceful, his breathing calmed, and he let God take him home. For those of us who are left we will miss him. We will miss him in our church and community and homes. But as for Bill, he is at peace. I believe that he is renewing old acquaintances, embracing the family members who have gone before, and waiting for the day when we will all be together, in God's home. Our scripture reading today takes us to the time when Jesus first appeared to the disciples, behind locked doors. It is after the resurrection, during a time when the disciples were uncertain about their future. I know that for you in particular Margaret, the future seem so uncertain, and after fifty-five years of marriage, it seems impossible to imagine your life without Bill.  All I can say, is that when the disciples felt alone and uncertain. Jesus came to them and reassured them, and reaffirmed them with God's love, and I know that for you lie will do the same. Only yesterday, we heard the Good News of the resurrected Christ. In the sadness of our mourning, we have been reminded that death is not an end to life, but a transition from this life to the next. Our pain and suffering in this life are real, but they cannot compare to the Glory that God shows us in heaven. As we think of Bill and ponder our own mortality, let us hear the words of Christ which say: "I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die."

Call to Worship: I Corinthians 15:51-58 hymn: I-low Great Thou Art

Prayer Scripture: John 20:19-23 Message Solo Colin MacKenzie

Hymn: 0 God Our Help in Ages Past

Carleton Place historian dies at 89

Lowrey Edna Gardner

CARLETON PLACE - Funeral services will be held here today for Edna Gardner Lowry, a local historian who devoted much of the past 40 years to researching the history of this area. Lowry, 89, died Saturday at Al­monte General Hospital after being admitted with pneumonia Fri­day. Lowry recently published a book of Lanark county poems dat­ing to the days of the region's first settlers, who arrived about 1820. It was the most recent of the many historical projects taken on by Lowry over the years. Vigorous and active until her death despite problems with sciat­ica and arthritis, Lowry had up­dated the family history she and her brother had spent 20 years re­searching and had hoped to have "If you don't know where you come from, you don't know who you are," she said in a recent in­terview. Lowry grew up on the family farm on the Eighth Line of Ram­say at Bennie's Corners with her two sisters and four brothers. She taught in local schools for eight years until she married local farmer Holly Lowry in 1924. Her husband died last year, just a few weeks before their diamond anni­versary celebrations. Lowry was curator of the Ram­say Women's Institute for 10 years and was involved with com­piling its illustrated collection of histories of all farms and indus­tries in the township. Funeral services are scheduled at 1:30 p.m. today at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Carleton Place with interment at Auld Kirk cemetery in Almonte.

LUMSDEN, Sophie (Saunders)

97 years. Friday evening, June 16, 1989, at The Extendicare, Falconbridge, Sudbury; beloved wife of the late Albert Lumsden, predeceased 1966; loving mother of Doro­thy Graham-DiMatteo of Sudbury; dear grandmother of Margaret Rose (husband Bob Harkins) of Sudbury and Keith Graham (wife Sharon) of Copper Cliff; dear great-grandmother of Jennifer, Heather and Bob­by. Dear sister of Ethel Stanzel of Ottawa and the late William, Griffith, Roy, Ernest, Rolitt Susie, Annie and Lottie, all prede­ceased. Sadly missed by several nieces and nephews Resting at The Lougheed Funeral Home, 252 Regent St., at Hazel St. Funeral Service in the Church of The Resurrection, 363 Regent St., Sudbury, Monday, June 19, at 2 p.m. Reverend M. Moote officiating. Interment in the Sudbury Anglican Cemetery

LYONS, Margaret Ortie

In hospital at Almonte, On­tario, on Friday, August 9, 1985, Margaret Ortie Lyons, formerly of Carleton Place, in her 91st year, Beloved daughter of the late Thomas Lyons and his wife Margaret Lee. Predeceased by her sisters Elizabeth, Mrs. Leila Moir, Mrs. Ada McLaren, Mrs. Maude Neilson and her brothers Fred, Howard and Jack Dear aunt of Donald McLaren, Elizabeth Cler­mont and John and Barbara Neilson, Great-aunt of Lynn McLaren, Gail Ritchie, Catherine and Susan Neilson, David and Lisa Clermont Resting at the Alan R. Bark­er Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place, on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service at the Chapel on Monday at 2 p.m. Inter­ment United Cemeteries. Donations to the charity of your choice would he appre­ciated