The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on May 25, 1989 · 40
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Thursday, May 25, 1989
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1 . n I BESTrCOPY"AVA!LABLE B20 OTTAWA CITIZEN THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1989 NOTICEBOARD Tomorrow Meetings Al-Anon, for families of alcoholics, and 'Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m. Fridays, St, Timothy's Church, 2400 Alta Vista Dr. Gamblers Aaonymoos, French group, I p.m. Fridays, St. Joseph's Recreation Centre, 122 Berri St, Hull. 749-7712. Cocaine Anonymous, Friday night survival, 8 p.m. Fridays, McNabb Community ; Centre, 180 Percy St 776-1088. Cocaine Anonymous, noon, Jack Purcell J Community Centre, S20 Jack Purcell . Lane. Bahal's in Recovery Fellowship, 7:30 . ' p.m. Fridays, St. Pierre Community Centre, 353 Friel St 778-0826. ;; Overeaten Anonymous, daily meetings of compulsive overeaten, including anorexics and bulimics. 820-5669. General Teasale, 2-4 p.m., St. Matthew's Church, Bank Street at Glebe Avenue. Anglican '. Church Army. Barbecue; 4-7 p.m., St Christopher's Anglican Church, 24 Steel St., across from Rothwell United Church. .Carleton Singers, women's choir looking for new members. Rehearsals 4:30 p.m. - Fridays, Carleton University, Loeb Building, Tower A, 9th floor, studio A. 592-S102. Ottawa public library bookmobile, 10:30 , a.m.-noon Fridays, Carlingwood Shopping 'Centre. Carlingwood Branch closed for " renovations. R Films, Lectures -Men and Women: A Balance, 7:30 p.m., Baha'i Centre, 25 Charles St. 230-3072, 235-1878. Assassins, play reading in support of coalition to oppose the arms trade, 8 p.m., XMchton Street School, 200 Crichton St. Stage Studio Ottawa in conjunction with the Great Canadian Theatre Company. i Sports and Recreation Mayor' 2 km Walk, as part of Canada's Fitweek, noon, Gloucester City Hall, 1400 Blair Place. 748-4105. Big Bounce Twist Challenge for Ottawa and area residents, as part of Canada's Fitweek, May 26-27, June 2-3, 40 Howden Ave., Nepean. Volunteer Services Harmonv Foundation, an environmental . euucBuun uigciniztmun requires vumn- 7 p.m. . leers prejre lur a iunuraising event Street to be hew June r 2307 jssr --- driven. 236-9620. Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre requires vol-unteen to help victims of all forms of seiual assault 238-6667. Peace-Train Foundation, dedicated to changing East-West relations from confrontation to co-operation, seeks volun-teers for various management positions in the areas of fund-raising, public awareness, Soviet-North American exchanges and membership. 238-8733. CKCU-FM requires volunteer researchers and administrators for information resources. 564-2898. Operation Dismantle, national disarmament group, requires volunteen for a variety of communications and office work. 236- 1517. Hypoglycemia Association requires volunteen urgently for all forms of commit . nity assistance. 237-4590 evenings. Gloucester Meals-on-Wheels requires volunteer driven urgently. 824-6867, 523-2598. Ottawa YM-YWCA requires volunteer fitness instructors to work in community. 237- 1320, ext. 4076. Veterans Affairs Home requires volunteers "to esdbrt residents 1r appoTiilmenxs (no catk needed) and to visit with residents "and assist inactivities. '998-3970' Mootfort Hospital requires volunteen for its many programs. 746-4621, ext 2SS1. V Ottawa General Hospital requires student volunteen for summer months. 737--8094.., Child Find, Ottawa-Hull urgently requires volunteen for the on-going education, protection and location of- missing children. 231-5437, 24 hours. Ottawa Civic Hospital requires high school students, 14-19 yean of age inclusive, for summer student volunteer program. 761-4279, 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Dalhousie Food Action Group requires volunteen to interview clients, pack bags and stock shelves. 231-5814. Salvation Army Correctional Services department transportation program for families of inmates requires volunteer Bingos 1 p.m., Side Door, 114 Merton St Gateway House. . 1 p.m., Convention Centre, 1545 Merivale Rd. 1 p.m., Club 175, 175 Richmond Rd. Friends of the Chofetz Chaim. 6:30 p.m., Strand Hall, 1265 Bank St. Sobriety House. 6:30 p.m., St. Sharbel Church, 257 Russell . Ave. The Maronite Association of Ottawa. 6:45 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, 202 Murray St. Humane Society of Ottawa-Carleton. 6:45 p.m., Carling Bingo Palace,- 1465 Coldrey Ave. West Ottawa Lions. 6:45 p.m., Side Door, 114 Merton St. Associated Canadian Travellers. 7 p.m., Bingoland, 1750 St. Laurent Blvd. Bytown Fire Brigade. 7 and 10:30 p.m., Kanata Bingo Theatre, 115 Terence Matthews Cres., Kanata. 7 p.m., Club 175, 175 Richmond Rd. Ex-calibur Gym Club. 7 p.m., 1574 Walkley Rd., across from Herongate Mall. Kinsmen Club of Gloucester. 7 p.m., Hellenic Community Centre, 1315 Prince of Wales Dr. 7 p.m.. Convention Centre, 1545 Merivale Rd. , St. Francis Hall, Wellington and Fairmont Avenue, Cercle :aint-Francois. 10:15 p.m., Bingoland, 1750 St. Laurent "Blvd. Ottawa-Nepean Learn to Dive. 10:15 p.m., Convention Centre, 1545 Men-""vale Rd. 10:15 p.m., 1574 Walkley Rd. Nepean Ot-"Tawa Diving Club, 10:15 p.m., The Side Door, 114 Merton St. "Children at Risk, every second Friday. 10:30 p.m., Club 90, 363 St Laurent Blvd. Ottawa Rowing Club Veterans. 10:30 p.m., Club 175, 175 Richmond Rd. - Proceeds to People, Words and Change, offering free tutoring to illiterate adults. Noticeboard is a free service made available to non-profit and community groups for events of public interest. Notices should be sent in writing to Noticeboard, The Ottawa Citizen, 1101 Baxter Rd., Box 5020, Ottawa, K2C 3M4, and should; arrive at least four, publishing days before the date of the event. 1989 CRITICS' CHOICE AMRD WWS Rotel RB870BX Rotel RC850 ... .! Rotel RA840BX3 RaCi!"1 pAiipr Amn V.A Winner at $949 Control Preamp A Winner at Rotel RA81 OA J 1989 499 Integrated Amp A Winner at.. IHQ 'I '4 Integrated Amp ' A Winner at Rotel RA820A 9 $699 $299 CRITICS' CHOICE Integrated Amp A Winner at.. 399 PRICE BREAKTHROUGH! ft Rotel RD85 Precision two motor drive, independent bias calibrations for great sound, Dolby B, C HXPRO, Music search, digital counter. REGULARLY $699 NOW 48) GO WITH A WINNER jjifcfi iaflJsTflflfcHliM9 isaslpsUall - a DONALD ST LAURENT SHOPPING 13 CENTRE -1 OUEENSWAYin m LAURIER AVE. W. j5 ftT ' Going-Out-Of-Business AUCTION Saturday, May 27, 10:30 a.m. (or-Willie and Art O'Neal at their shop on the corner of Market & Wm. St., Smiths Falls Joynt Auction Service, 283-4730 AUCTION SALES Friday Hay 26, at 5:00 P.M. for Tom Steele 6 Miles West of Carleton Place via Hwy. 7 & Ferguson Falls Rd. Appliances, Furniture, Tools, motorcycle Saturday May 27, at 10:00 A.M. for Art Code 7 Miles North of Perth via Hwy. S11 (259-2146) Hereford Cattle, Machinery, Tools, Feed, Household Hems Auctioneer. . . Charles HoMnger 257-1 071 EVENING AUCTION SALE Farm machinery and misc. articles, 2 miles south of Vars or 4 miles north of Embrun on the Vars-Embrun road. Watch for auction sign;.. Thursday, J una 1 at 6:30 p.m. M.F. 169 tractor; Ford CL40 Skid steer loader with gas motor; Winco 60,000 wall 208 ampgenerator; Norrls 4 row, 3 pth. bean scuffler rolling cultivator; Ford 3 furrow, 3 pth. plow 16" bottoms; Cockshutt 5 furrow semi-mounted plow; J.D. 1240 corn and bean planter; J.D. 800 swather with conditioner; N.H. 479 Haybine 9 ft. cut; Hesston 2000 -150 forage harvester; 2 Dion forage wagons; 2 Gehl forage wagons; N.I. forage blower; J.D. 680 manure spreader; Turnco 225 bus gravity box; J.D. 3 pth. blade: M.F. post hole auger; Dion Feed wagon; pipe hay elevator; Wick auto feed can, 152 bus.; 2 straw choppers; 6 zero milt testers; 2 Chore boy milkers; 2 water tanks 200 gal and 500 gal; Many other unlisted items. Terms: Cash or cheque with proper I.D. Proprietor: Wesley Rader Aeutioneers: Carson Hill 821-2948 Stewart James 445-3269 ESTATE AUCTION ' Property, household effects and antiques in the Village of Navan at 3573 Trim Road. Saturday, May 27 at 12:30 p.m. To settle the estate of the late Henrietta Lancaster, the following will be sold by public auction: Property: Selling at 3 p.m. 2 storey metal clad house with 1 storey addition - single car garage with metal garden shed situated on 17,500 sq. ft. lot with 100 ft. road trontge. Fully landscaped with beautiful pine trees and cedar hedge. (Lot was surveyed a month ago.) terms on properly: 10 of bid price payable the day ol sale with balance on closing within 30 days, property will be sold subject to reserve bid. Chattels: 2 cedar chests; small Woods freezer; 4 piece matching bedroom set with single beds; dressers; chest of drawers; 18" Sears color T.V.; small Maytag dryer; round table with 4 chairs; chesterfield; Wooden dropleaf table; 2 pressback chairs; antique dishes; cups and saucers; electrical kitchen appliances; pictures and frames; 4 h p. Merrytiller; Garden and hand tools; many other articles. Terms: Cash or cheque with proper I.D. Executors of estate - Robert Burns 835-2328, Donald Lancaster 835-2077, 635-2233 work. Aeutioneers: Carson Hill 821-2948 , Stewart James 44S-3269 1 SuBQCS mm sine H355H 2 M USSudQ fGCa -a I. q Gqme'n' gelt em! a? QD I Z0 H To ,he ,lrs 50 I jr I Customers to book a I , i . a" I UII,"M KKu"",,relM I I ilA j . r breTkfast i m "mmmmm"mm & eggs, toast & v '. JF '' coffee. Courtesy ' mm Devon Meats & s Lono ls,and mmsbi Restaurant. C5" Cut 4 wrapped. C Af V"V 1 M I approx. 90-100 lbs. WTia!iBBiigifa.gpja,a AH trimmed & prepzred DA VOfJ'S QVtJ STAFF - ffhv hint vrifririn hntin l i M J.H i f : ltm 1M j jj Jfi All beef told hanging welghtl Weight loss In cutting, boring and trimming win Increase ihe price per pound. We reserve the right to limit! MANOTlCjC Main & Bridge Street 692-2566

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