The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on June 8, 1956 · 50
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Friday, June 8, 1956
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Page 50 THE OTTAWA CITIZEN Friday, June 8, 1958 : f Struck By Cement Truck, Alfred Watchman Killed I. J. Zinck Joseph Parislen v Mrs. C. Blakley Mrs. Christina Blakley, 185 Flora Street, prominent Presbyterian churchwoman for many years, died on Wednesday following a short illness. She was born at Dalhousie Mills, Ont, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Norman Morrison, and was educated there. She came to Ottawa some 50 year ago. She was married in Ottawa to Campbell Blakley, who predeceased her in 1921. Mrs. Blakley was a lifelong Presbyterian, and prominent in the work of Knox Presbyterian Church of which she was a member. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. W. O. Gardiner (Jean), of Ottawa. Funeral service will be on Sat-yrday at 11 a.m. at Hulse and Playfalr funeral chapel with Rev. R. C. Creelman officiating. In- A 55-year-old watchman died in hospital here last night less than a half hour after he had been knocked down by a backing cement-mixer truck, at the Rus sell Road plant of the Ottawa Pre-Mixed Concrete Limited, where he was employed. The victim of the accident, Joseph Parisien, of Alfred, Ont, suffered head and chest injuries as well as numerous fractures in the accident. While in Ottawa he resided at the home of his brother, Conrad Parisien, Ogilvy Street, Cyr-ville. Cause of the fatality has not been determined. The truck was backing into the door-way of a loading platform to pick up water for the mixer. The watchman ap. parently failed to notice the ve hicle. Struck By Underpaid , It is believed he was fatally injured when struck by the un-derpart of the truck. Early in vestigation Indicated the wheels did not pass over his body. Driver of the truck, George Poirier, 24, of RR 2, Navan, gave The Citizen the following version of the accident: . "I was backing up my truck and. looked into the rear view mirror. There was no sign of anybody. I started into the doorway at a low speed. "I just happened to look down and saw something under the truck. I stopped right away. When I got down I could hardly termenf will be In Beechwood Cemetery. rnmrnm A complete line of hardy nursery stock Also available at A. J. Freiman'i Westgate Garden Centre .Will VI . ... 1L J Tel. CE 6-1833 ,-JU. Wux7 i MlAIUI 11 M y RSERY believe that Mr. Parisien was under the truck. "He was a good friend of mine. I don't know -vhat I will do now. It is terrible," he said. Blind Spot He stated that It was his "belief that the watchman must have stepped into the "blind spot" at the rear right corner of the vehicle, just as it started to back up. Coroner Roger Rouleau, who was called to the General Hospital, ordered an autopsy. An inquest will be held. The accident was investigated by Const Russ Taber of the Ottawa Police Department. Born at Plantagenet, he was the son of the late Emmanuel Parisien and the former Eugenie Chenier. He married Valeda La-rocque in Plantagenet 32 years ago; she survives. Was Farmer Prior to his employment at Ottawa Pre-Mixed Concrete Limited, Mr. Parisien had fanned in the Plantagenet area for about 20 years. He attended St. Victor Roman Catholic Church in Alfred and was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Sacred Heart League. 3esides his wife, he leaves three sons, Conrad of Cyrville, Jean-Paul and Robert at home; five daughters, Mrs. Leo (Berthe) Richer and Mrs. Jean-Guy (Anita) Dion, both of Montreal, Mrs. Gabriel (Huguette) Theriault of Cornwall, Mrs. Arthur (Marthe) Portelance of Plantagenet and Miss Carmen Parisien at home; one sister, Mrs. Oscar (Clorida) Leger of Plantagenet; and 13 grandchildren. A brother, William, of Ottawa, died last year. Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed. Mrs. II. Lemke Mrs. Helena Lemke, 138 Drum-mond Street, a resident of Ottawa for the past 65 years, died suddenly in hospital Thursday. She was 85. Born and educated at Ger-manicus, Ont, she married Frank Lemke there. He died in 1936. Mrs. Lemke belonged to St. Paul's Lutheran Church. She leaves three sons, George, Lornie and Norman, all of Ottawa; four daughters, Mrs. Norman (Elsie) Hertz, Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Mrs. Jack (Meta) Small-dridge, Mrs. Walter (Dorothy) Markus, and Miss Violet Lemke, all of Ottawa; and two grandchildren. The body is at Hulse and Play-fair Funeral Home, 315 McLeod Street, from where the funeral will be held Saturday to St. Paul's Lutheran Church for service at 2 p.m. Rev. R. A. Ritz will officiate. Interment will be In Beech-wood Cemetery. In Met Life Dies At 68 Irving Joseph Zinck, a member of the Metropolitan Life In surance Company for 37 years, died in hospital on Tuesday fol lowing a brief illness.' He was 68. He was an accountant with the insurance firm when he retired last year. , Born at Bayside, N.S., he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Zinck. Mr. Zinck was an elder In Wesley United Church.' He leaves. In addition to his wife whom he married in Glen' holme, N.S., in 1926, two sons, Edward, of Nova Scotia, and Gerald, Ottawa; a brother, Silas, Halifax, N.S., and six grandchildren, Rev. A. J. Love, minister of Wesley United Church, conducted the funeral service today in the chapel of Hulse and Playfair Ltd., 315 McLeod Street. Burial was in Beechwood Cemetery. Charles Willard Two-War Veteran PRESCOTT (Special) A vet eran of two world wars, Charles Willard, of Prescott, died on Tuesday at the General Hospital, Kingston, at the age of 62 years. The funeral was held at the H. K. Locke Funeral Home, Pres cott, with burial in Blue Church Cemetery.' Rev. Frederick Payne officiated at the service. The late Mr. Willard was a son of George Willard and his wife, Cornelia Henry, and was born in the Blue Church district of Augusta Township. He had spent his entire lifetime, with the exception of his war service, in this community, and had been employed with the Newell Manufacturing Company for over 20 years while his health permitted. He served with the old 21st Battalion In the First World War, and went overseas again with the IV PLDG's of Prescott in the Second World War. " He was, a member of Amity Lodge, IOOF, Prescott, and of St Paul's United Church. He leaves two brothers, William and Hugh Willard, of Prescott, and four sisters, Mrs. S. Taillon, of Longueil, Que.; Miss Josephine Willard, Ogdensburg, N.Y.; Mrs. Bruce Wilbur, Belleville; Mrs. Mabel Johnston of Co-bourg, and a number of nephews and nieces.' Automation MOSCOW (Reuters) Russia is introducinff automation in blast furnaces and scientists are work ing out the problems of introducing it to heavy industry, the Soviet News Agency Tass reports. NGINEERS SCIENTISTS METALLURGICAL CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITIES IN NUCL EAR NERGY AT "TT TT 7 esdnfibous First in atomic power ATOMIC FIRSTS AT WESTINGHOUSE First Industriol Atom Smasher Frsf Quantify Production of Metallic Uranium First large-scale production of pure zirconium for atomic reactor First nuclear reactor to produce power in substantial quantities First Atomic Submarine Engines First Nuclear power for Surface Vessels First Full-Scale Reactor Plant for an Electric Generating Station First privately-financed atomic equipment plant First industry-owned nuclear materials testing reactor First homogeneous type reactor for electric generating station First atomic power plant for the export market CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE OFFERS BINSHTS Pensions Group Life Insurance Medical and Hospitalization Insurance Personnel Development Programme REMUNERATION Top Industry Salaries Regular Salary Reviews Re-location Expenses BE IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR OF CANADA'S NUCLEAR AGE JOIN OTHER TOP ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS IN Nuclear Systems Studies Atomic Power Systems Critical Stressing Problems Nuclear Instrumentation and Control . , Advanced Metallurgical Engineering Fuel Element Development and Design Critical Flow, Heat Transfer, High Temperature and Corrosion : SPECIFIC NUCLEAR ENGINEERING OR RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IS NOT A NECESSITY RATHER A WILLINGNESS TO ACCEPT TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITY AND CHALLENGE All replies will be kept in strict confidence and should be addressed to .... Special Placement Representative Atomic Energy Division CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE CO. LTD. HAMILTON, CANADA mm m W'f i It $m w 'w J. hi': M sun - ' rr a 'mm sir Pearl Bickcrstaff MAXVILLE (Special) Fun- staff was held Wednesday from St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church with Rev. Dr. J. C, McLean-Bell officiating. Miss Bickerstaff, who was 45, died Mopday. She was born in Montreal, daughter of Edward Bickarstaff and his wife, Rebecca MacMillan The family moved to Maxville eight years ago. Besides her parents she leaves two brothers, Murdie of Mon treal and Clifford of Dunvegan. Another brother, Leonard, was killed in rsormanay in 1944. Interment was in Dunvegan Cemetery. Boy Mauled By Zoo Lion Succumbs LUTON, Eng. (AP) Tony Murphy, the 10-year-old London boy who was mauled by a lion at the Whipsnade zoo a week ago, died Thursday night at the Luton hospital. Both his arms had been amputated after fearful injuries inflicted by the lion. He knew before he died that he had lost his arms. Tony visited the zoo with a group of wolf cub scouts. The most disconsolate person as he died was a scoutmaster-priest, Father Ronald Aylward who was in charge of a group of children on their outing to the zoo, 30 miles north of London. Father Aylward ran to the boy's aid, beat the lion on the head with an iron bar, and managed to drag Tony aWay from the cage. Expressions of sympathy came from all corners of, the land. Prayers were said for Tony in numerous Catholic churches. Last Sunday the Pope sent his blessing. The boy was unconscious by then, and could not be told of the Vatican's concern. J. A. Reymond John Albert Reymond, 59 Crichton Street, died in hospital Tuesday after a brief illness. He was 81. Born and educated at Ottawa, he was a watchmaker by trade and was with the Children's Aid Society for many years, retiring in 1929. His wife, the former Bessie E. Rutledge, died in 1927. Mr. Reymond was a member of McPhail Baptist Church. He was secretary of the Sunday School there for many years and treasurer of the church. He was a member of Ottawa Lodge, IOOF, No. 224. He leaves two sons, C. Earl, Brooklyn, N.Y., and A. P. (Bert), of Ottawa; one daughter, Mrs. H. F. (Lola) Graham, Ottawa; two sisters, Miss Louisa Reymond and Mrs. Ida Wereley, both of Ottawa; three grandchildren. The body was at Hulse and Playfair Funeral Home, 315 McLeod Street, where service was held In the chapel today, with Rev. E. K. Smith officiating. Burial was in Beechwood Cemetery. Harry Eric Byce Funeral service for Harry Eric Byce, of 139 Caroline Avenue, who died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. R. Wood, City View, was held Thursday at Radmore Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Wellington Street. Rev. Dr. Norman Coll and Rev. John McDowall officiated at the service. Burial was at Forester's Falls Cemetery. Born at Forester's Falls, Ont., he had lived in Ottawa since 1923. He was the son of the late Norman Byce and the late Caroline Coburn. He was 71. Mr. Byce attended the United Church. He leaves his wife, the former Christina Collins, whom he married at Cobden in 1914; one son, Eric L. Byce, Ottawa; three daughters, Mrs. C. R. (Norma) Wood, wife of Rev. C. R. Wood, of City View; Miss Ethel M. Byce and Miss Kathleen M. Byce, both of Ottawa; one brother, Robert N. Byce, Calgary; three sisters, Miss Jessie M. Byce, Mrs. J. L. (Elizabeth) MacDonald, and Mrs. Hugh (Emma) Brown, Castor, Alta.; one grandchild, David Harry Wood. Buried Alive MANILA, P.I. (Reuters) Three treasure hunters were buried alive Wednesday In Cataquillan, a village in Northern Luzon, whr n tunn1 they were diesihg collapsed. The men were digging for loot they believed was hidden by Japanese soldiers during the Second World War. CONNOR WASHERS 129.50 N2 np Ysi & SN. LIMITED 286 Bank it Somerset PIANOS TO RENT (option of bujrtaf ) RECONDITIONED PIANOS .f.S.B i per mopth NEW PIANOS $12 and up per month 1 I i 1) I ... "V A. m o ... FEATURE OF PARADE Lt.-Gen. H. D. Graham inspected the Corps of Commissionaires Wednesday. Highlight of the event came when he .pinned a 10-year medal on Commissionaire Reginald Elliott. Looking on Is LL-Col. Richard Taylor, commanding officer of the Ottawa division. Photo by Newton Mrs. Leo Demers A resident of Ottawa for the past 25 years, Mrs. Leo A. Demers, 139 Irving Avenue, died in a local hospital Wednesday following a short illness. She was 70. The former Oliva. Martin, she was a daughter of the late Jonas Martin and his wife, Olive La-casse, and was born and edu cated at St Lin, Quebec. In 1912, at Cochrane, Ont., she married Leo A. Demers. They E. L. Lasallc RUSSELL (Special) Funeral of Edward Lyman Lasalle was held Wednesday. Mr. Lasalle, who was born at Morewood in 1891, became a storekeeper on moving to Russell in 1911, but in later years he was an interior decorator. He was active In Masonic circles, and a Masonic service was held of the final rites. Wor shipful Master Robert W. Gamble of Lodge 479 was in charge. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Thomas Mo-Naught of Russell United Church and interment was in the United Church Cemetery at Morewood. Two brothers are left. They are Harry, of Russell and Charles, of Ottawa. resided at Cochrane for some years, then at Windsor, Ontario, coming to Ottawa 25 years ago. She was a member of St. Francis Church and was devoted to the church's missionary work. Besides her husband she leaves a son, G. Marcel Demers, Ottawa, a daughter, Mrs. Paul (Gaetanne) Savard Wrightville, a sister, Mrs. Dorila Turcot, Montreal, and six grandchildren. The body is at Racine and Robert Ltd. Funeral Parlors, 260 Besserer Street. 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