The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on September 29, 1989 · 67
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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 67

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Friday, September 29, 1989
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878 Legal Notices NOTICE TO . Mr, Mark Larriviere An application has bee made in the Provincial Court (Family Division) by the Chil dren's Aid Society of the Dis trict of Nipissing for an order 'or society wardship of your child You may obtain further intormation rrom Janice Roa ers, Children's Aid Society of the District of Nipissing, 433 wtiniyre street west. Norm bay, Ontario, P1B 2Z3, tele phone 7051 472-0910. The court will hold a hearing at jou rioune street, North bay. Ontario, Plb 9L5 on Oc tober 12, 1989, at 10:00 o clocK in the forenoon or as soon after that time as the case, can be heard. If you do not come to tne hearing, an order may be made in your absence with respect to your cniioireni. 6055-G27-29 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Irene Mary ueiana, aeceasea All per sons having claims against tne tstate ot Irene Mary Lie- land, late ot tne uty ot Otta wa in the Regional Municipal' ity of Ottawa-Carleton, who died on or about August 4th, 1989, are hereby notified to send .particulars of same to the, .undersigned on or before October 31st, 1989, after which date the Estate will be distiibuted, with regard only to the claims of which the undersigned shall have notice, and the undersigned will not be liable to any person of whose claim they shall not then hBve notice. Dated at Ottawa this 22nd day of September, 1989 Kealey & Kealey, Barristers & Solicitors, -451 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ont. K2P 1T1 1304-S29.6.13 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO IN BANKRUPTCY IN THE MATTER OF THE BANKRUPTCY OF MAXVILLE LANDSCAPING LTD , INCORPORATED UNDER THE BUSINESS" CORPORATION ACT OF ONTARIO, HAVING ITS HEAD OFFICE IN THE VILLAGE OF MAXVILLE, IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF FIRST MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above mentioned debtor filed an assignment on the 15th day of September 1989, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held on the 4th day ot October 1989; at the hour of 10 15 o'clock in the forenoon at the office of Ward Mallette Inc at 404 Cooper Street in the City of Ottawa, in the Province of Ontario, and that to be eligible to vote, creditors must file with us prior to thtj meeting, proofs of claim, and where necessary, proxies Claims against the estate must be filed with the trustee before the distribution is made, otherwise the proceeds of the estate will be distributed among the parties entitled thereto without regards to such claims. DATED1, at Ottawa. Ontario this 19th day of September 1989. Ward Mallette Inc. Tiustee 0385 C29 THE OTTAWA CITIZEN - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1989 F7 - Canada I i, t - 1 I jif P?" fill ff -. i . CP photo Mayoralty candidates at election forum Wednesday 19 candidates in running for Calgary mayor's job CALGARY (CP) - If a city takes on the personality of its leader, the city of Calgary must be suffering a split personality. A record 19 candidates are vying for the mayor's chair during provincewide municipal elections Oct. 16. The previous record was 10 in 1983, when Calgary's oil boom turned bust and people were looking for alternatives. This time it probably has a lot to do with the absence of the affable Ralph Klein, who jumped into provincial politics last spring after running the city for nine years. He is now Alberta's environment minister. There are at best six serious contenders, a couple of long shots and a whole pack of stragglers. Campaign budgets run from zero three contenders are unemployed to $109,000. With 19 people racing for the right to be Calgary's 34th civic leader, may oralty forums have become, well, in teresting. At one forum, each candidate was given five minutes to sum up his or her platform. So 1 lA hours went by before the audience even had a chance to ask questions. At another forum, organized by the Calgary Chamber of Commerce, the fringe candidates were asked few if any questions. Lamented baker Jack Locke: "I have had 120 seconds to present my platform. " The city hall veterans roll off long records of community service. The newcomers speak of new approaches and fresh ideas. And then there are the one-plank platforms: "Anybody that doesn't pay their parking tickets gets thrown in jail," says Brian Powell, 30 and unemployed. Floyd Allen, who looks like a defensive linebacker, wants to muzzle the media. iowL i,iass H Experimental drug to be offered free to AIDS victims The Canadian Press People with AIDS can get the experimental drug DDI free of charge under an emergency drug program, Health Minister Perrin Beatty announced Thursday. AIDS patients have been pushing the federal government to release the drug since U.S. researchers announced in July that DDI could be a powerful new weapon against the HIV virus that causes the fatal ailment. Patients in a U.S. trial of DDI short for dideoxyinosine gained weight, felt better and were able to resist infection. SOS drug The manufacturer, Bristol-Myers Canada Inc., will administer the drug's release to people with acquired immune deficiency syndrome who cannot tolerate another anti-AIDS drug, zidovudine, also known as AZT. The company will review requests on a case-by-case basis and will pay the cost of the drug. "The compassionate release of DDI through the emergency drug release program provides another form of treatment, another form of hope, for people with HIV infection," Beatty said in a written statement. Clinical trials involving about 200 people in Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver are expected to begin in November. Before a drug can be sold in Canada, it must undergo clinical trials involving humans. ','" '! But federal regulations allow doctors to request the emergency release of a drug for compassion--" ate reasons before it has been ap- ' proved for sale. DDI does not rid the body of the human immunodeficiency vi-rus but does block its reproduc- " tion, enabling the patient to regain some ability to fight infection. AIDS patients die when their ; weakened immune systems can no 2 longer combat infections. -" AIDS groups welcomed the ' news and expressed hope the company has enough DDI to supply everyone who wants it. "It's certainly an avenue of hope," said Grant McNeil, spokes- I man for the Canadian AIDS Socie- ; ty, a national coalition of 30 grass-roots groups. ... ..7.1 Calgary woman kidnapped, slain in Florida Snowbirds take to skies again CALGARY (CP) - A 36-year-old Calgary woman waiting for her convenience store-robber husband to be freed from a United States jail has died in a bizarre hostage-taking incident in Florida. Ironically, Darlene Messer was working as a convenience store clerk in Lake City, Fla., 80 kilometres west of Jacksonville near the Georgia border, when she died. She was abducted by her assailant Sept. 18 as she worked the graveyard shift. Her badly beaten body was discovered two days later in a swampy creek about 80 kilometres west of Lake City by a railway employee. "She was probably killed the night she was taken from the store, because her body had been in the creek for quite some time," said her shaken father Ken Grant, a 52-year-old TransAlta Utilities worker in Calgary. Messer who in Calgary went by her first husband's name of Teney moved to Florida two years ago to marry her pen-pal, a prison inmate serving a 12-year NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ont. (CP) Less than a month after one of their comrades died in a horrifying crash before thousands of spectators at Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition, the Snowbirds aerobatic team took wing again Thursday. The Canadian Forces squad performed most of their usual stunts over a small airfield under sunny skies their first public show since 26-year-old Capt. Shane Antaya was killed Sept. 3 when his jet plunged into Lake Ontario. Maj. Dan Dempsey, the leader of the squadron, said Thursday's performance was flawless. "No problem," said Dempsey after he crawled out of his red-and-white Tutor jet. 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"Leasing Conditions" available by contacting Mr. S. Brunette (613) 738-6400 Offers to lease must be received at our Head Office at: 3025 Albion Road Ottawa, Ontario K1G3S4 Attention: Secretary-Treasurer by 4:00 p.m., October 12, 1989. NEED indoor painting done? Free estimates. Reasonable rates. 746-6435. PAINTING, decorating, graphic design, all kinds of renovations, best prices in town, wort guaranteed. Call now 771-3587. PAINTING, paperhanging. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Pat Millar, 224-0696. Plumbing BATHROOM remodelling, repairs of all kinds, new construction. 747-0295. Renovations PROVINCIAL Building Service, painting and renovation contractor, 771-2039. Resumes EXCELLENT resumes- job results. Highlight professional strengths. Consultations. 233-0464. Roofing DENIS'S Roofing. All types shingles. Free estimates, Work guaranteed. Days, 561-8957: evgs., 749-2554. Snowplowing SNOW plowing, 4 x 4's and loaders, salting and sanding included. 821-3745, 821-3596. Top Soil SCREENED GARDEN TOP SOIL MIXED with black earth, all purpose. Sand for patios and other uses. Marcel Brazeau Ltd., 830-1940. GOOD screened top soil and garden soil, same day delivery. Maurtce Yelle Ltee., 746 0514, SCREENED garden top soil. Send, stone. Pomerleau Ltd: 822-1211. SCREENED TOP SOIL TOPDRESSING soil (blended soil of peat-top soil-mushroom compost), mushroom compost, crushed stone, fill and patio sand. Chargex accepted. Greely Sand and Gravel Inc. 821-3003. Upholstering DECOR Upholstery, antiques, modern, slip-covers. Prompt service. Free estimates. 723-1020, Video Services VIDEO LIGHTS, camera, action! Birthdays, weddings, parties, christenings etc. 748-1537. Window Cleaning MIKE'S Window Cleaning: windows, eaves, siding, storm window installation, Residential, commercial, industrial. Snow removal. 236-1990. WindowsDoors ALUMINUM and vinyl windows, doors and siding, Guaranteed workmanship. Free estimates, Rainbow Aluminum 749-4468. CORRECTION EATON'S TRANS-CANADA SALE BACK-UP FLYER that appeared in the Citizen. Tuesday, September 26th, 1989. Please note: Page 8, item JJ Eaton Viking range, model SS3060, is INCORRECTLY PICTURED. Should have black glass in the oven door and coil elements. Inadvertently, the error listed above appeared in our advertising. We sincerely regret any inconvenience or contusion to our customers. EATON CORRECTIONS Re: Flyer B8-5 Value Plus distributed this week. Page 4: Clown Blouse white will be late. Rain checks will be given out at store level. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused our customers. ERRATU On Saturday, September 23rd, 1989, an Air Canada advertisement featuring fares to California appeared in The Ottawa Citizen. The reference to the travel period should have read: Airfares effective November 1, 1989 and all travel to be completed by February 28, 1990. Air Canada regrets any inconvenience this may have caused. Air Canada ADVERTISING CORRECTION Harry Rosen Newspaper Advertisement appearing in The Ottawa Citizen, Tuesday, September 26, 1989. Burberry coat with zip-in wool liner and collar. This coat is not available in Harry Rosen's Ottawa stores. Price is incorrect. Should read $930. Inadvertently, the error listed above has appeared in our advertising. We sincerely regret any inconvenience or confusion to our customers. HarryRosenInc. sentence for involvement in the robbery and shooting murder of a convenience store clerk. Grant said Charles Messer, who is serving his time in a nearby penitentiary, was scheduled for parole at the end of this month. The couple was married last year. Police reports say Darlene Messer was taken hostage at the Suwannee Swifty convenience store around 1 a.m. Sept. 18 by an unknown assailant. A 31-year-old man is now in custody awaiting questioning in the case. Messer's mother Helen was visiting her daughter in Lake City when tragedy struck, said ; Grant. "Darlene was happy as a lark," " he added. "She never seemed to . be worried about working the night shift." The night after Messer was dragged away, another lone con-, venience store clerk was murdered in a store in Tampa, Fla., 250 kilometres away. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as to a submission to be made of a Petition for a; Private Act before the Parliament of Canada on the 27th day of September A.D., 1 989 or as time limits permit, by the Paralegal Society of Canada. TAKE NOTICE of this Petition for enabling legislation with regard to the capacity- of performance of a legal agent into the formal structuralization of the paralegal community within Canada. Dated this 28th day of August, A. D. 1 989. Natalie MacPhee, President Paralegal Society of Canada Paralegal-Mediator 2201 Riverside Drive, Suite 107 : Ottawa, Ontario. K1H8K9 TENDER Cumberland Hub for Community Connection. Community Connection are inviting general contractors to bid on" Cumberland Hub, a daycare facility in Orleans, Ontario, funded by the; Ontario Ministry of Community & Social Services, The Township of Cumberland and The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton. Tender documents are available at Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects at 711 Bank Street, Ottawa (238-7200). A deposit of $150-per set of documents is required in the form of a certified cheque, (generals only) Tenders close to Barry J. Hobin and Associates Architects offices on October 12, 1989 at 3:00 pm. Mechanical and electrical subcontractors close to the Bid Depository 48 hours prior to the general tender close. Drawings are available at the Ottawa Construction Association, 196 Branson Ave., for review. General contractors are expected to post a Bid Bond, a Performance Bond and a Labour and Materials Payment Bond, in accordance with the tender documents. Cumberland Hub is a daycare facility accommodating three licensed daycares and a children's drop in centre. The building is approximately 12,000 SF on one level with a steel structure. il&nS IF! ifiB ommumtyLifesonnection Engineers & Planners THE CORPORATION OP THE CITY OF PEMBROKE TENDER FOR PEMBROKE ST. WEST RECONSTRUCTION Sealed tenders, plainly marked as to contents, will be received by Mrs. K. J. Nighbor, Clerk-Administrator, City of Pembroke, 1 Pembroke Street East, Pembroke, Ontario, until: 2:00 P.M. LOCAL TIME, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1989 for grading, drainage, granular base, hot mix paving and storm sewers in the City of Pembroke, being: PEMBROKE STREET WEST FROM RIVERSIDE DRIVE TO FORCED ROAD a distance of 0.45 kilometers. Complete tender documents may be obtained from Greer Galloway & Associates Ltd., 250 Quarry Road, Pembroke, Ontario, K8B 1A6, on payment of a deposit of $75.00 per set. Each deposit shall be in the form of two cheques payable to Greer, Galloway & Associates Ltd. in the amounts of $50.00 and $25.00. If the tender documents are returned to the Consulting Engineers in good and useable condition with-1 in two weeks of the tender closing date, the cheques will be returned as follows: Both cheques will be returned in respect of one set of documents to each general contractor who has submitted a bona fide tender for the general contract. The cheque in the amount of $50.00 only will be returned on the receipt of each other set of tender documents. Jl The successful bidder will be required to file with the City of PembrtLe a 100 Performance and Maintenance Bond and a 50 Labour and Material Payment Bond within ten (10) days of being awarded the Contract. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The awarding of this Contract is subject to receipt of O.M.B. and M.T.O. approval. Greer Galloway & Mrs. K. J. Nighbor Associates Ltd. Clerk-Administrator Consulting Engineers City of Pembroke 250 Quarry Road 1 Pembroke Street East Pembroke, Ontario Pembroke, Ontario K8B 1A6 K8A 6X3 (613) 735-0649 (613) 735-6821 mm turn

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