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Births ARMSTRONG Stanley and Joyce are pleased to announce the arrival of Robert Thomas, 8 lb. 11 oz., Thursday, May 13, 1982, a brother for Jeffrey. Special thanks to Dr. Ivey and Civic Hospital staff. It's a BOY! BECIN-BELFORD To Michael and Lynda, a son, and to Amanda and Vanessa a brother, on Saturday, May IS, 1982. Special thanks to Dr. J. Beggs and 2nd Floor staff at Grace General. CHARRON Gilles and Marianne (nee Golota) are happy to announce with joy the safe arrival of their first son, Eric Anthony, 7 lbs. IS oz.. May IS, 1982, at 7:36 p.m. Proud grandparents are Helga and Anthoni Golota and Desneiges and Gerald Charron. Many thanks to Dr. Edwards, Dr. Allan and caseroom staff at the Grace Hospital. CIA VACUA Don and Sharon (nee Halden) are proud to announce the arrival of their second child, Janice Marie, a sister for Elizabeth, born May 17, 1982, weighing 7 lbs. 7 oz. Thanks to Dr. Feigel and the super case room and 4th floor staff at Ottawa Civic Hospital. COGAN Elizabeth Jane (Lisa) and Fred wish to announce the arrival of their son, May 13, 1982, 8 lbs. 11 oz., a brother for Howard, Jeffrey, Andrew, Michael and Gregory. Special thanks to Dr. Barwin and staff at the Ottawa General Hospital. It's a BOY! DROLET Ron and Frances (nee Palermo) are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Anthony Albert, born May 14, 1982, Victoria, B.C. A new grandson for Antonio and Francesca Palermo and Albert C. Drolet. It's a GIRL' DUFFY Colleen Jennifer is very excuea to annuuntc the arrival of her new baby sister. Jenna Bryanne, weighing 8 12 lbs. (3. Km.), ueauuiui daughter bom to Gerald and Susan on Friday, May 14, 1982, 11:33 p.m. Proud grandparents Joseph and Margaret Duffy. Great-granddaughter to Mrs. Theresa Duffy and Mrs. Margaret Currie. Special thanks to Dr. Beresford for prenatal care. Dr. Wallace and caseroom staff at the Civic Hospital. EWANOVICH Jim and Do-nata wish to announce the birth of their daughter, Alexis Kris-ten, on May 11, 1982. Grandchild for Izabelle Zimny and Nicolas and Pearl Ewanovich. It's a BOY! LALONDE Pierre and He-lene (nee Pelletier) happily announce the birth of their second child, Michel, 8 lbs. 4 oz., May 15, 1982; a brother for Sylvie. Many thanks to Dr. Pierre Lemay and Riverside Hospital caseroom staff. LANDRY Pamela and John welcome with love Christopher James born Saturday, May 1, 1982, at the Riverside Hospital. Happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Landry, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. Barry McHugh. Westfield, N.B. LANGTRY Heather, Ross and big brother Robin proudly announce the birth of Angela Naomi, May 13, 1982. Grandparents, Mrs. Gordon Langtry and Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Roy. Heartfelt thanks to Dr. Spence, Joyce and Beth. Good luck to Connor's mum for her orals. MacLELLAN Heather and Alex are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their daughter, Ashley Morgan, on May 12, 1982 at 1:54 p.m. Thanks to Dr. Dudley, Judy and case- room staff at the Civic for their excellent care. MALMSTEN Valerie and Barry announce the birth of a beautiful sister for Karen, weighing 7 lbs. 12 12 oz. Susan Kristina arrived May 12, 1982. Thanks to Dr. Krzaniak and Riverside nurse Lynn for their help with a gentle birth. NEWTON Gary and Linda proudly announce the birth of a beautiful baby girl, Sarah Lynne, 6 lbs. 15 oz.. May 13, 1982. Special thanks to Dr. Burgess, nurse Anne and maternity staff at the Grace General. O'HARA Debbie and Charlie are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Jacqueline Nicole, on May 16, 1982, 5 lbs. 8 oz., at the Grace General. PENTON Frank and Barbara proudly announce the arrival of yet another boy to join Geoffrey and Christopher. Ryan Michael Paul arrived at 0250 hours on 17-05-82, weighing in at 3.66 kg. (8 lbs. 1 oz ). Thank you to Dr. Paul Puddi-combe, the staff at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, and Darlene. PRENDERGAST Sherry and Alana are proud to announce the birth of their sister Erin Dawn Jana, 6 lbs. 8 oz.. May IS, 1982. Parents Allan and Anne (nee O'Reilly) are overjoyed. Special thanks to Dr. W.J. Burgess and Grace Hospital Staff. RICE Doctor Clifford and Brenda (nee Mitchell) proudly announce the birth of their son, Christopher Graham, May 12, 1982 at Kingston General Hospital. Grandson to Doreen and Harry Mitchell, Picton, Ontario and first grandson to Lois and Graham Rice. ROBERTSON Louise (nee Rolland) and Dan are proud to announce the arrival of Coral May, born May 17, 1982, 8 lbs., 10 oz. A sister for Jennifer, Kelly and Danielle. Thanks to Dr. D'Anjou and staff at General Hospital. It's a BOY! SABOURIN Bob and Maur een (Nash) are pleased to announce the arrival of their firstborn, Jason Robert, 6 lbs. 9 12 oz. on May 15, 1982. Spe- cial thanks to Dr. P. Huard and Wednesday from 1 to 5 tions to Foster Parents of Can-and Civic Hospital staff. and 7 to 10. ada would be appreciated. Page 72, The Citizen, Ottawa, Wednesday, May 19, 1982 Birth and Death Births It's a GIRL' SLOAN Bob and Pat (nee Whaleni and brothers Paul (11 years), Todd (8 years), Sean (22 months), joyfully announce the arrival of Sarah Joanne to their family. Sarah was born on Sunday, April 25, 1982, in McKellar General Hospital, Thunder Bay, Ontario, weighing 9 lbs. 12 oz. Her grandparents are Gerry and Eva Sloan of Pembroke, Ontario, and Max and Irene Hoolihan of Venice, Florida. SMITH W. James and Nicole (Turpin) are proud to announce the birth of their long awaited baby boy, Andre, weighing 7 Ids., on May 8, 1982. ST. ONCE Garry and Gail (nee Dutchak) are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Matthew Lawrence Michael, 7 lbs. 3 oz., born May 16, 1982. Special thanks to Dr. Wallace and Civic Hospital Fourth Floor staff. SUTHERLAND Ron and Karen (nee Kirkwood) proudly announce the long awaited arrival of Laura Marie, tipping the scales at 9 lbs. 14 oz. on May 13, 1982, a sister for Jennifer. Many thanks to Dr. Ivey and caseroom staff. It's a BOY! SWANSON Cathy (nee Eitzen) and George proudly announce the arrival of Corey Thomas James, May 16, 1982, 7 lbs. 14 oz. Special thanks to Drs. Dudley and Ivey and staff at the Ottawa Civic. THOMSON Ralph and Debbie proudly announce the birth of their son, Ryan Bradley Graham, 6 lbs. 2 oz., born May 13, 1982. Lucky grandparents are Eileen and Harley Graham, Hu and Noreen and Harold Thomson, Perth. Special thanks t0 Drs. Watt and Burgess and Grace Hospital caseroom staff. VANDENBOSCH Rick and Anne (nee Lever) proudly announce the birth of their first child, Gordon Robert Jan, 7 lbs. 3 oz.. May 15, 1982, born in London, England. Proud grandparents: Jack and Tine Vanderbosch, Greely; Robert and Grace Lever; England. WILSON Monty and Eileen (nee Barton) are delighted to announce the , arrival of Jackson's little sister, Mandy. She arrived on May 13, 1982 and weighed 8 lbs. 1 oz. Many thanks to the staff at the Grace. WILSON Richard and Diane (nee Kingsley) are pleased to announce the arrival of a son, Mathew Richard, 8 lb. 3 oz., on May 16, 1982. Thanks to Dr. Ruperelia and all the friendly nursing staff at Riverside Hospital. WENTZELLANGELO Gary and Deborah welcome with love their first born child, Derek Matthew, 9 lbs. 7 oz., born May 16, 1982. Proud grandparents Jess and Heather Wentzell and Roily and Shirley Angelo. Thanks to Dr. Allan and Grace Hospital staff. Deaths BAKER, Morton Goldwin In hospital on Monday, May 17, 1982, Morton Goldwin Baker, age 79 years; husband of the late Olive Davis. Dear father of Clifford Baker, Margaret Baker, Mrs. Gwen Dowd, Mrs. Verna Hughes, Mrs. Ruth McDonald, John Baker and the late Goldwin Baker. Brother of Queen Baker, Mrs. Flossie Morton and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Resting at Hulse and Playfair, West Chapel, 1098 Byron Avenue, after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Service in the Chapel Wednesday at 1 p.m. Cremation Pine-crest. BARNETT, Arthur In hospital on Monday, May 17, 1982, Arthur Barnett; husband of Jean Little. Father of Robert of Yukon; Wayne and Randy of Vancouver, British Columbia; Fay of Cumberland, Ontario; Terry, Barry, Sandra and Wendy, all of Ottawa. Also survived by 16 grandchildren. Brother of Dorothy Rowe of Cumberland, Ontario, and Marjorie Hutton of Orange-ville, Ontario. Predeceased by parents Fred Barnett and May Minnie, and a brother Lawrence Barnett, formerly of Cumberland. Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street, after 10 a.m., Wednesday. Funeral Thursday in the Chapel at 1 p.m. with Reverend G.C. McMillan of Cumberland officiating. Interment Dale's Cemetery, Cumberland. BARR, Thomas On Monday, May 17, 1982, Thomas Barr, age 64. Brother of Andy; Jim; Bill and Mrs. Cathie Russell. Funeral Service Wednesday in the Chapel of the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (centre town). Interment Beechwood Cemetery- BERNIQUEZ, Laurenza On May 17, 1982 at the age of 87. Laurenza Lavoignat, wife of the late Andre Berniauez; mother of Rene (husband of Georgette Cadieux), Raymond (husband of Jacqueline Seguin), Gerard (husband of Lucille Goulet), Roger (husband of Antonnine Theriault), Jeanne (wife of Roval Brazeau). Sister Aline of the Grey Nuns of Charity, Germaine (wife of marcci ocrgcrunj ana jawiuc- line (wife of Rene Clement); sister of Blanche Philion of Hawkesbury, mother-in-law of Delisca Berniquez: grandmother of Royal Berniquez (husband of Lise Renaud) and several other grandchildren. Resting at the Beauchamo Funeral Home Ltd., 77 Montclair Boulevard, Hull. Funeral Thursday, May 20 at St Redempteur Church George's Roman Catholic at 9 a.m. Burial in St Eugene, Church, Picadilly Ave. As ex-OnL Visitinz hours Tuesday nrauinni nf ivmiuihv Hnn. Deaths BO LAND, John Eldoo In hospital on May 17, 1982, John E. Boland of Metcalfe, in his 74th year. Beloved husband of Jean Stanley. Dear father of Norma (Mrs. Ivan Stuart), Jessie (Mrs. Byron Wall), Audrey (Mrs. Murray Little), Ian and Beatrice Maynard. Loved by 9 grandchildren. Brother of Gor-on Boland. Resting at the Vice and Craig Funeral Home Inc., between Scrivens Drive and Metcalfe Corner, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, where service will be held on Wednesday, May 19, 1982, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Springhill Cemetery. Donations to the proposed Osgoode Township Care Centre would be most appreciated. BOND, Joie D. In hospital at Almonte, Ontario, on Sunday, May 16, 1982, Joie D. Bond in her 81st year; beloved daughter of the late J.H. (Harry) Bond and his wife Mina McDonald; dear sister of Lloyd, Carleton Place and Margaret (Mrs. P.S. Armstrong) of Calgary. Predeceased by Betty, Percy and Gordon. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the Chapel on Wednesday at 3 p.m. Interment St. James Cemetery. Donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated. COLLIER, Earl In hospital, Ottawa, on Monday, May 17. 1982, in his 61st year, Earl Collier of 184 Catherine Street, Pembroke; beloved husband of Doris Collier (nee Cook). Dear father of Pat (Mrs. Keith Bergsma), Pembroke, and Lois (Mrs. George Smit), Ottawa. Predeceased By son Perry. Also much-beloved grandfather of Gregory, Angela and Stephanie Bergsma and Heather and Sonja Smit. Also survived by 4 sisters and 1 brother. Resting at the Malcolm and Deavitt Funeral Home, 141 Renfrew Street, Pembroke, on Tuesday, May 18, 1982, after 7 p.m.; thence to Purcell Funeral Home, Spen-cerville, Ontario, for funeral service and interment. As an rinrMsinn nf svmnathv dona- I r - tlOnS tO the Charity Of your choice would be appreciated. DICKINSON, Kenneth Accidentally on Sunday, May 16, 1982. Kenneth Dickinson, age 23 years, beloved son of Morris and Olga Dickinson. Dear brother of Kathrine and James, both of Ottawa, and Deborah (Mrs. Michael Webster), of Kingston. Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home, 1255 Walkley Rd. (east of Bank) after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral service Wednesday in the Chapel at 3:30 p.m., Rev. S.W. Atchison, officiating. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. Donations to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, 460 O'Connor St., Ottawa K1S 5HS, appreciated. FELHABER, Lome A. In hospital, Pembroke, Monday, May 17, 1982, Lome Alexander Felhaber of Eganville, in his 70th year. Beloved husband of the late Tillie Musclow. Dear brother of (Annie) Mrs. Leo Musclow, Pembroke; (Myrtle) Mrs. John Kargus; (Ruby) Mrs. Dawson Shaven, Eganville; George and Charlie, Se-bastopol. Resting at the Laundry Funeral Home, Eganville. Funeral Service will be held in First Baptist Church, Sebasto-pol, Thursday, May 20, at 2:30 p.m. Interment in the Baptist Cemetery, Sebastopol. GAGNON,Mrs. Germaine Of Carlsbad Springs, Ontario, on May 17, 1982, at the age of 70 years, Germaine Boileau, wife of Rene Gagnon. Dear mother of Jean-Guy, husband of Francine Caron of Atikokan; Maurice, husband of Helen O'Regan of Carlsbad Springs; Henri, husband of Ghislaine Godard of Carlsbad Springs; Helene, wife of Ross Cameron of Vars; Noella, wife of Noe Bergeron of Atikokan; Claire Gagnon-Lacroix of Hull; Lorraine Gagnon-Gratton of Plan-tagenet. Dear sister of Wilfred Boileau of Gatineau. Also sur vived by 18 grandchildren and great-granocmiaren. Kesiing at Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home. 300 Olmstead Street, Vanier. Funeral Friday, May 21, at 10:30 a.m., in St. Laurent Church, Carlsbad Springs. Interment St. Laurent Cemetery, Carlsbad Springs. Visiting hours Wednesday 7 to 10 and Thursday 2 to 10. GOLDBERG, Zawd Passed away in Ottawa on Monday, May 17, 1982, at the age of 70. Beloved husband of Rebecca Skulsky, of Ottawa. Dear father of Samuel of Kingston and Dov of Ottawa. Funeral arrangements by Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Directors, 259 St. Patrick Street, Ottawa. The Funeral Service will be held in the Jewish Memorial Chapel, King Edward Avenue, at 2 p.m., Ottawa, on Tuesday, May 18, 1982. Interment New Jewish Community Cemetery, Mano-tick. Public Shiva at 569 Gladstone Avenue, Ottawa. In lieu of flowers donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. HAGARTY. Linda M. DSW At St. Michael's Hospital, Tor- onto, on Sunday, May 16, iB2, Beloved wile 01 Stephen, daughter of Jack and Tillie Halverson of Ottawa: Dear sister of Margo Schock of Kamloops, B.C., and Karen Osborne of Waterloo. A private funeral service was held in Toronto, Tuesday, May 18, 1982. A Me- mnHal M it hcins nttmA in Ottawa, Saturday, May 22, 1982. at 10 a.m. at St. Deaths JUBAINVTLLE, Claude (Dept. of Agriculture, retired). In hospital on Tuesday, May 18, 1982, Claude Jubainville, ace 63 years, beloved husband of Raymonde Gauthier. Dear father of Jocelyne (Mrs. Paul Landreville) of Pointe Gati-neau. Dear brother of Simone (Mrs. Victor Moreau), Mrs. Lilliane Richardson and Georgette (Mrs. Jack Jerome). Loving grandfather of Gilles and Julie. A Mass in Memoriam will be held in St. Remi's Church (Dumaurier Street) on Friday at 2 p.m. In Memoriam donations to the Canadian Heart Foundation would be appreciated. LOUGHTY, William B. On Tuesday, May 18, 1982, William B. Loughty; beloved husband of Marion Arrol; dear father of (Agnes) Mrs. James Beckett of Ottawa. Also survived by 2 grandchildren, Marion and Catherine. Funeral service private on Wednesday at Hulse and Playfair, 315 McLeod Street. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. MADORE, Eva Of Aylmer, Quebec. In an Ottawa hospital on Monday, May 17, 1982, age 80 years. Beloved wife of the late Alban Madore; dear mother of Mrs. Pierrette Bonneville of Orleans. Loving grandmother of Alain and Julie of Orleans. Dear sister of Romuald Charron. Also survived by 2 half brothers, Jacques and Bernard Charron and 1 half sister, Mrs. Philippe Collard (Bernadette). At the request of the deceased there will be no visitation at the funeral home. Cremation, Beechwood Crematorium. In Memoriam Service will be held on Thursday, May 27 at St. Paul's Church in Aylmer at 2 p.m. MATTHEWS, Philip At Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario, on Monday, May 17, 1982, Philip Albion Matthews (supervisor of the D.H.I.A.) of 1337 Springbank Avenue, London, formerly of Delaware, Ontario, in his 75th year. Beloved husband of Mabel (Ma-gee) Matthews; dear father of Phyllis, at home; dear brother of Mrs. W.W. (Ferol) McGregor. Mrs. Wes (Elvira) Arnold, both of Waliaceburg and George of London. Predeceased by a Mother Charles and sisters uy a uiuiutl v.liail9 auu siaicia fWa onH Marmn The funeral service will be held at the McFarlane and Roberts Funer al Home, Lambeth, Ontario, on Wednesday, May 19, at 2 p.m. Interment in Oakland Cemetery, Delaware. McGOWAN, John J. (Corp of Commissionairs and formerly House of Commons staff)- Suddenly on Monday, May 17, 1982, John McGowan, aged 61 years; beloved husband of Peggy Findlay. Dear brother of Wilby Daniel, Kamloops, B.C.; Alfred, Audrey (Mrs. Harold Sheridan), Rita (Mrs. Norman Hunter), all of Ottawa, and Ruth (Mrs. James Griffiths) of Toronto. Friends may call at McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street, after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday to St. Patrick's Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. O'CONNOR, Mrs. Grace (Schenck) In hospital Monday, May 17, 1982, beloved wife of the late John O'Connor. Sister of Oneida (Mrs. Gordon Beauchamp) of Gatineau. Dear aunt of Georgette Schenck of Ottawa; John Schenck (husband of Linda Cardiff), Brinston, Ont., Marlene (Mrs. George O'Brien), Pembroke, Ont. Resting at Jacques Laviolette and Sons Ltd. Funeral Home, 185 West Maloney Blvd., Gatineau. Funeral service Thursday, May 20, in Ste. Rose de Lima Church, Gatineau, at 2 p.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Ottawa. For information, 663-5321. OUDERKIRK, Etta On Monday, May 17, 1982, at Oakwood Park Lodge, Niagara Falls, Etta Ouderkirk, 92 years of age. Wife of the late Abner Ouderkirk. Dear mother of William (Ben) Ouderkirk, Na-panee; Cecil, Sudbury; Mrs. fona White, Niagara Falls; Veryle (Mrs. Glindon Monck), Vineland; and the late Mrs. Muriel Warner, Mrs. Thelma Vout and Orvest Ouderkirk. A Ici ttnrviwii hv Q orflnnVhil jren and 6 great-grandchildren Resting at the Vice and Crais Funeral Home Inc., 50! Church Street, Winchester, where friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Thursday, and where Service will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Interment Maple Ridge Cemetery, Winchester. PIERSON, Patricia (Bowring) Accidentally on Saturday, May IS, 1982, Patricia Pierson, age 33, of Las Vegas, Nevada. Beloved wife of Dan Pierson of Las Vegas and dear daughter of Elsie M. Bowring of Ottawa and James W. Bowring of Sar-nia, Ont. Sister of Gail (Mrs. M. Storfer) of Las Vegas; Nancy (Mrs. Dale Cuthbertson) of Sarnia, Ont.; Linda, Brenda and Wanda Bowring of Ottawa. Cremation in Las Vegas. RINTOUL, James In hospital on Tuesday, May 18, 1982, James Lloyd Rintoul, Kemptville, age 87. Husband of the fate Mary Weidenhammer and Marguerite Sayeau. Dear father of Lloyd, Kemptville; Arthur, Victoria, B.C.; John, Burritts Rapids; Mrs. Merril Whyte (Illene), Arnprior, Mrs. Charles Barkley, Verna Cardinal, Mrs. Ralph Brown (Marion) and Mrs. John Casgrain (Marjorie), Kemptville; Mrs. Dennis Wyatt (Betty), Hamilton and Mrs. William McKay (Beatrice), Newmarket Brother of Howard and George, Kemptville, Mrs. Kenneth Turner (Elizabeth), Kemptville; Mrs. Carmen Wilson (May), Kemptville, R.R. 4 and Mrs. Guy Maclntyre (Sadie), Manitoba. Resting Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville, on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service in the Chapel Thursday at 1 1 a.m. Interment Union Cemetery. Contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society appreciated. Deaths ROBILLARD, Carmen In an Ottawa Hospital on Tuesday, May 18, 1982, age 48 years, Carmen Gagnon, beloved wife of Jean Robillard. Dear mother of Caroline at home. Dear daughter of Mrs. Corinne Gagnon. Dear sister of Lester, Nelson, and Gaetan Gagnon, Mrs. Gilles Filion (Dorothec), all of St. Jerome; Mrs. Rheal Cote (Doris of Granby; Mrs. Gilles Boivin (Huguette) of Montreal; Mrs. Gerry Aubry (Colette) of Thunder Bay. Also survived by her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Laurent Robillard of Vanier. Visitation at Racine, Robert & Gauthier Funeral Directors, 300 Olmstead Street, Vanier, after 7 p.m. on Wednesday. Funeral arrangments to be completed. SPEARMAN, Annie Laura In hospital, Tuesday, May 18, 1982, Laura Hartin, in her 88th year; beloved wife of the late Dr. Harold Spearman V.S. Dear mother of Joan (Mrs. Monty Kemp), Marie (Mrs. George Schnarr), Leonard, Sheldon and Bill. Predeceased by 1 son Charlie. Sister of Edith (Mrs. Sheldon Shoemaker). Also survived by 13 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road, between Island Park Drive and Wood-roffe Avenue, from 2 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday. Service in the Chapel Thursday 1 1 a.m. Interment Stittsville United Cemetery- ST.GERMAIN, Mrs. M.B. (Yette) In Ottawa on Tuesday, May 18, 1982, Yvette Schnobb, age 69 years. Dear sister of Sylvio Schnobb of Ottawa. Predeceased by 4 brothers, Alfred, Lionel, Arthur and Rene. Also survived by many nephews and nieces. Mrs. St. Germain was a former employee of the Department of Mines and Resources. Resting at Racine, Robert and Gauthier, Funeral Directors, 260 Besserer Street, from Thursday, May 20, at 2 p.m. Funeral Friday, May 21. Eucharistic Celebration at St. Anne's Church at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, Ottawa. Visiting hours Thursday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. getting your message to more homes Citizen want ads do it alone 876 Tenders Mortgage Sale by Public Tender Mortgage sale by public tender of the property known for municipal purposes as 57 Shouldice Crescent, in the City of Kanata in the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton Under and by virtue of the power of sale in a certain mortgage, which is now in default, the mortgagee invites tender to be submitted for the purchase of all the following land, situate in the City of Kanata. in the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, as a single parcel and not as multiple parcels of the following All and singular that certain parcel or tract of land and premises lying and being in the City ot Kanata (formerly the Township of Goulbourm in the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton (No 5) as number 879 and designated as Part 16 on a plan of reference received and deposited in said office as Plan 5R396. As more particularly described in a Mortgage registered in the Land Rgistry Division of Ottawa-Carleton (No 5) as Instrument No NS51031 The lands and premises are situated at the premises known for municipal purposes as 57 Shouldice Crescent in the City of Knanata The lands are offered for sale subiect to the conditions of the sale which shall govern the sale Conditions of sale may be obtained from the undersigned The Mortgagee has been advised but does not warrant that the house offered hereunder is a 3 bedroom, semi-detached house with a family room and a partially finished basement Anyone wishing to view the property may contact the undersigned Sealed Tenders must be received at the office of the undersigned by 300 p.m.. Eastern Daylight Saving Time. May 2 1st. 1982. Said Tenders will be opened at that time Tenders must be accompanied by a cheque in the amount of $5,06000. payable to Tucker. Roche & Bregman in Trust and must be in the form of an offer drafted using the standard Ottawa Carleton Real Estate Board Agreement of Purchase and Sale incorporating the conditions of sale. To facilitate communication of acceptance, each tender will include an address and telephone number where the party tendering can receive notification of acceptance by the Morgagee together with the amount ot the tender. the Mortgagee makes no representations as to the condition of the premises. The sale will be on "as is" basis. This initial deposit will be returned if the tender is not accepted; or will be forfeited to the selling Mortgagee as liquidated damages if the tender is accepted and the purchase not completed by the purchaser whose tender has been accepted, together with such other rights as the selling Mortgagee might have. The closing shall occur and the balance of the purchase price shall be paid on or before. May 31st. 1982. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted and the right to reject any or all tenders is reserved by the mortgagee. This mortgage sale is sub- tect to reserve bid. :urther particulars, including the conditions of sale, be a form of the Agreement of Purchase and Sale and the legal description of the land, may be obtained from the undersigned, on behalf of the Mortgagee Dated at Kanata this 10th day of May. 1982. Toronto-Dominion Bank co Jane Brady Bayshore Shopping ' Centra 100 Bayshore Drive. Nepean. Ontario, K2B 8C1 820-7140 M8421027NP Notices Deaths SUNSTRUM, William Lyman (Sunny) (R.C.A.F.- Retired). In hospital on Monday, May 17, 1982, William Lyman (Sunny) Sun-strum, age 62 years, beloved husband of Muriel Ruth Burns. Dear father of Warren of Blackburn Hamlet, Richard of Botswana, Lynda (Mrs. Gordon Kelly) of Whitehorse and Joanne Sunstrum of Zimbabwe; dear brother of Ronald; loving Kranaiamer oi 4 granocnildren. Predeceased by sisters Doris and Myrtle. Friends may call at the Kelly Funeral Home, 1255 Walkley Road (east of Bank) after 2 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Friday to St. Patrick s Church for Mass at 1 p.m., followed by cremation. In Memoriam donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation appreciated. TIPPINS, May Suddenly in hospital, Renfrew, Ontario, Tuesday, May 18, 1982, in her 87th year, May Emmerson, widow of Andrew Garnet Tippins. Dear mother of Delia (Mrs. Harold Wilson), Shawville; Ernest, Renfrew; and Meryl (Mrs. Donald Burten), Sarnia. Predeceased by Lillis (Mrs. Mervin Tomlinson), Sarnia. Dear sister of Ernest and Mrs. Elizabeth Gray, Shawville. Also survived by 6 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Resting at W.J. Hayes & Sons Funeral Home, Shawville, Quebec. Funeral arrangements later. TORNEY, Mary Elizabeth On Tuesday, May 18, 1982, Mary Elizabeth (Betty), after a lengthy illness. Predeceased by husband Robert (Bob) Torney. Survived by daughters Cheryl, Marcia, and grandchildren Laura, Bobby and Shauna. Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street on Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Service at St. Paul's Anglican Church on Thursday at 1 1 a.m. Hulse and Playfair LIMITED FUNERAL HOMES and CHAPELS Canadian Ownership since 1925 BAKER, Morton Goldwin BARNETT, Arthur JOHNSON, Henry Albert LOUGHTY. William B LOUIS. Wilkie Collin MURPHY. Edith Muriel TORNEY, Mary Elizabeth VINCE, Alfred Sydney 315 McLeod at O'Connor 1098 Byron at Woodrolfe 233-1143 728-1761 878 Legal Notices You are invited to attend the ANNUAL MEETING of the YOUTH SERVICES BUREAU on Thursday, May 27, 1982 8 00 pm at the Embassy West Motor Hotel 1400 Carling Avenue Guest Speaker: Dr A Molino, Area Manager, Ministry of Community and Social Services. P8421186P NOTICE OF SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION 896 Elmsmere Road Unit 107 Ottawa, Ontario Under Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage this property will be offered for sale by public auction with reserve bid at the premises above on Wednesday, the 2nd day of June, 1982, at 1130 a m until 12 30 p.m. Terms of sale are cash: 10 by certified cheque with bid, payable in trust to the Vendor s solicitors, balance 30 days thereafter at closing The following is a description of the property: Unit 107. Level 1, on Carleton Condominium Plan Number 6 registered in the Office of Land Titles for the Land Titles Division of Ottawa-Carleton and its appurtenant common interest, being the whole of the said Parcel. Further information may be obtained from Messrs. Crotin, Palter, Barristers and Solicitors, 219 King Street East, Oshawa, Ontario. 416-576-7501. P8421185PU IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO IN BANKRUPTCY IN THE MATTER OF THE BANKRUPTCY OF CHAMPLAIN TRAVEL LIMITED, A BODY DULY INCORPORATED AND HAVING ITS PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS IN THE CITY OF PEMBROKE, IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF FIRST MEETING Notice is hereby given that the above-mentioned person filed an assignment on the 10th day of May. 1982, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held on the 2nd day of June. 1982. at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon, at the office of Raymond. Cha-bot, Fafard, Gagnon Inc., at 325 Dalhousie, Ottawa, Ontario, and that, to be eligible to vote, creditors must file with me, prior to the meeting, proofs of claim and, where necessary, proxies. Claims against the Estate must be filed with the trustee before distribution is made, otherwise the proceeds of the Estate will be distributed among the parties entitled thereto without regard to such claims. DATED AT OTTAWA this 12th day of May, 1982. Raymond. Chabot. Fatard, Gagnon Inc., Gilbert Houle, eg a., trustee. 325 Dalhousie. Room 800. Ottawa. Ontario KIN 7G2. (613)236-2211. P8421033P use Citizen want ads first get desired results with the leader Death VINCE, Alfred Sydney At his home on Sunday, May 16, 1982. Alfred Sydney Vince, age 83; husband of the late Eileen Cuzner. Brother of Kathleen Vince, ' London, England; Hugh, Bristol, England; and uncle of Margaret, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street, 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Thursday in the Chapel at 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. Obituaries ENGLISH, Margaret Olivia On May 8, 1982, Margaret Olivia English, suddenly in her 78th year, in the Cowichan Regional Hospital, Duncan, British Columbia. Born in Calgary, Alberta, and a resident of Duncan for the past 5 years, Mrs. English was the widow of John H. English, former Deputy Minister of the Department of Trade and Commerce, and lived for many years in Ottawa and postings abroad. She is survived by her 2 daughters. Dale Young of Cobble Hill, British Columbia, Mrs. Dan (Marion) Krupka of Summit, New Jersey, 3 granddaughters, Joan, Carol and Lara; 3 grandsons Eric, Michael and David; and many friends and relatives in Canada, Washington, D.C., Johannesburg, London and Dublin. Private cremation. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society of British Columbia. Arrangements by the Memorial Society of British Columbia and First Memorial Services. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Want Ad Service Mon.-Fri. 8:15 a.m. to 9 p.m. 829-9321 CLOSED SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DEADLINES WANT ADS Help Wanted, Real Estate Including classifications 50 to 749, 7 P.M. DAY PRIOR TO PUBLICATION. MONDAY DEADLINE, 9 p.m. Friday. Merchandise and Automotive Including classifications 760 to 868. 9 P.M. DAY ' PRIOR TO PUBLICATION. 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Repairs 764 Boats and Motors 793 Building Supplies 801 CB Handles. Values 779 Cameras. Supplies 770 Camping Corner 834 Cemetery Memorials 54 Computers, etc 784 Dogs and Pets 808 Farm Stock. Feed 811 Fireplaces, Stoves 804 Firewood and Fuel 803 Florists..-. 50 Food Shopper 763 Furniture. Etc 774 Furs and Fashions 766 Flea Markets, Rummage Sales .. 761 Garage Sale 760 Home Appliances 775 Horses. Etc 810 Machinery. Equip 800 Motor Homes 839 Office Equipment 789 Pianos, Music. Etc 772 Restaurant Equip 788 Snowblowers 795 Ski Corner 791 Subscription Rates Citizen Single Purchase Price Monday to Friday 25. Saturday: 50c Home Delivery $125 per week. Mon. to Sat. Mail Subscriptions: Canada Outside Canada S 70 $155 $265. $540. $ 30 S 50 $ 75. $130. 1 mon. 3 mos. 6 m. 12 mos. For other rates 596-1950 Obituaries STEVENS, Barry Robb Memorial Services for Mr. Barry Robb Stevens of 1169 2nd Avenue N.W., Moose Jaw, were conducted from the Parkview Funeral Chapel, Moose Jaw. Saskatchewan, on Wednesday, May 12, 1982, at 3 p.m. Mr. Stevens died on Saturday, May 8, 1982, at the age of 56 years. Born at Ottawa, he received his education at Glebe Collegiate and Carleton University where he obtained his Journalism Degree in 1948. He served during World War II from 1944-45 with the Camero-nians of Ottawa. For 2 years he worked for the Ottawa Journal and later was Editor of the Smiths Falls Record-News until 1958. He moved to Moose Jaw and joined the staff at the Joyners Department Store working there until 1968. He attended the University of Re-gina and received his Education Degree and upon graduation has spent the last number of years teaching in the Moose Jaw Public School System until his death. Barry was a poet and was well loved by his friends for bis gentle wit; he was also devoted to children. Predeceased by his parents and 2 brothers, he is survived by bis wife Pat, 2 sons: Peter of Toronto and Brendan of Moose Jaw; also 1 sister Claire McLellan of Toronto. Memorials for the Globe Theatre, 1801 Scarth Street, Regina, S4P 2G9, would be appreciated and may be forwarded directly. R.E. Redpath and D.J. Campbell Funeral Directors. Over 175.000 homes can be your marketplace Citizen want ads ad rates Cnmmfirnal Rate Consecutive non changed insertions Words 1 insertion 4 insertions 7 insertions 10 4 70 14 80 23 10 11 5 17 1628 2541 12 5 64 17 76 27 72 13 6 11 19 24 30 03 Skip days advertisements , charged at the 1 insertion rate. Annual contracts are available on the basis of a minimum of 10 words daily for which the rate is 24( per word When computing the charges for a want ad, the telephone number is counted as 2 words and the dollar sign ($) with price is counted as 2 words Refunds made on all unused or cancelled insertions Box Reply service $10 00 includes mailing charges. 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