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Monday, July 23, 1956
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1 . MONDAY, JULY 23, 1956. HIE OTTAWA-JOURNAL MsgrrBasil Deaths Rc?tsP?:d -. 1 - .," ... cwu. mh TO.ic.sio - ' Mn. Daniel 0 Mara , ctalmanxf the board of Ca-! funeral., aenrirea were hf'.d John James Dunn iDies at His Home Wide Circle of Friends Mourn Cecil Burgess I O.'tbbi Old. Uiit, i Former Secretary Of Bishops, bles Blra. lUrtnre Bell Klritn.' nadian r Company, Ltd .Saturday at ft. Church for Mrs. a !ry Ann John James Dunn, of 2:5 'Clarence street, died Saturday Seasona, ' building committee chairman; John T. Richard, MP; T. O. Lowrey and Oeorge Rich, directors. Chief mourners were Mrs. TORO.VTO. July 23. Cf)-RL at residence, following a Rev. W. Basil Marale. a Roman long UlnesM, He was . Ctholle who served hla church i Bn of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ottawa's nvoit prominent businessmen, associates, from the building professions and friends from the Ottawa Klwanis and Ottawa Boys Clubs fathered, with relatives to pay final tribute to the memory of architect Cecil Burgess Satur day afternoon aaHo!y Trinity Anglican Church. r nrrmwnnd nurhini Nor.1 v.. .v... , Michael Dunn, he wu born tn . ' i a kcavtici. viiiviu.-. . . ... i a . a - a ,or "T. coming vo and pastor, died Sunday. lrnd si .Mr. .rr. iiinr-o ,1-rederick Kingston, ' former Ritchie, it; general of'd ed In an CtUwa hVr:til jAngJlcan Primate of aa Can-, lron"trv4 steel'Wr'dnesday after a short li'.nes. i B EN NINO TO f , VU-Irank tcoFany in Sydney before . C. M ft. ;il.we. 85, founder of the Ben- Uxtng In 1553. ; s; ,C " v m-I jnlngton Bannrr and Veteran! VANCOUVER - C W. Ted sjj"1 M ln hl"re PAn:t (ecito and publisher. . jsun. 32 a well-known fgure. Mlrch 0nt i h'DRTII TONAWANDA, NY'in Canadian commercial avla-MrJ Q HlT1 kS he dau-htcr riarlaa S. rulleawkder. 44. a'tlon ' ! of. the late James OlUra. ari supervisor at the Chevrolet; TORONTO Mary Prooker.jhu lfe, the late ElUabetri plant here. U, widow of Bertram Brooker.'satjuhury. Her husband. Dan- PARIS Maartce-Edmandi Toronto advertising man. . id o ilara. died tn 150. folk, Va.; a aor. Bernard Burgess. Polnte Claire. Que,; a sister. May Burgeu. Montreal, Toronto-born .he waa ordain-oused ure 'ln MayJ ea in ii ana uier inas year from hU potion of stationary Mr. Burgeu. senior member and five grandchildren. was sent to Rome where he ob- Amon tho nrrirnt wtri-L.." !.!. ... . .. ...u' i .engineer sur me iu atuu .-rhiwr.M.rrAim Mrii.w mV4 . Apartments. He attended Ct a. chlteeU Malcolm McLean,-Mrtnci licentiate In philosophy. !ririfWrhurrh Burgess- partner. A. J. Hazel- He tauzhi for 15 years at the fi 7J. hm torm year ai me Ki. f .... former rrove, Sidney LUhwlck. J. A Kwart and Walter Sylvester; J. University or Saskatchewan;, McKenny d In Xhlre t! (.Ti l.we NWnl?0. Surviving are hi second Huh which Ie1 tn tho fnundal .. Burgess and McLean, S3 QueenLjitreet. died In hospital Thursday after a short Illness. He Uved at 34 Echo Drive. The service was conducted by R?. Wilfred Bradley, assisted by. Archdeacon J. C. Anderson. Cttrlal wUl be at Round Hill. Salilant. t3, better known under; TORONTO, RL Rev. W, Baill Surviving are one slater, Mrs. hla pen name of Curnonsky or -Markle, former Engllih aetre-jO. E. Dawson, cf Ottawa; two a the prince cf gastronomers.' tary to the; Canadian Catholic , grandchildren and three great 8ACKVILLE, NR. Mrs. Conference. grandchildren. K. Gordon, manager. Dominion ROBURT W. SCinVALM, well known Orleans resident. 0,.r S.d.a JSM A whose funeral. was held this , l.'ova Scotia; where Mr. Burgess; gineerlnt: it. a. uram ana i. ... .-' - In He returned to Toronto . I At . 1 ' I 1 - If I (three grandchildrei Himirica mm jutuicr wiu.ct iici afternoon-In the parlors of Horace Racine and Robert Ud-r Hi MontxeaJ Road. Ree.- i la rr-M rtn- -J kla j Lia li w K . Many of thoje, who attended Bridge Company; E. II. Cable- ,.Mn. ffM. th(, ,rrhrfimrm--!!xy. funeral home. 235 Kent street, to SL Brlgid'a Church for ; .ITwo years. later he was ap- IllHUlUVil, VJKU3LUI1C VJIirilk, ami R. A. Hvlrv. C. E. Tlehe James 17 ' IreQUiem maj at 7 45 mt at . T A Herbert ODrlscoil officiated and Interment wf In Old Chelsea Protestant cemetery. A checker for Dibbiee Construction Company Mr. 8chwaim died - Friday . of & heart aelzure while working on Highway 17. - ' . : i I7 . r",U4" vi . Interment will be In Notre LC nCl the .fXf DameTemetery. the Catholic hierarchy In Can-1 ada. As such he was stationed j ' nt I ' ?n0rhu Senator Blacks Gardner, W. A. Patterson,-D. S. Cummlngs, M. II. Dlneen. Edjar Hardy, M. H. Sullivan, XL T. Sullivan. C. S. Harrington. J. A. McLean. John Murphy. R. C. MurnhT Stnhn UrihiTnn TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE For Your Old Waafcer on . . . i This Anniversary Special Model 13 were businessmen., school representatives and e'erygmen for whom' lit. Burgess had designed buildings jdurlryr. hia 42 years practice In Ottawa. Others were engineers, contractors and representatives of building trades with whom Mr. Burgess had worked for many years on scores of well-known Ottawa buildings. Mr. Burgess was honorary aecretary of the Klwanis Club from 1538 to 1942 and chairman of the Klwanis Boys' Club until Its merger with the Ot- career as paator of SL Plua X U:J' . Hlnr nl Qi Mrs. F. B. Kingston iriuuu ficj ai ui fnj i t. itrhi.rt ii i .' Church in Toronto. mnrf' li t. Mrtrn t w Migr. Markle la survived by tTs.i 5fM Widow of Primate More. R. J. Elliott. J. H. Single- jhU torottoersi Rev, Dr. L. A. hurst. J. K. Klrkconnell. M. J Mrkle. of Mlmlco: Leo. Wei -Oregory. don, Vincent and a alster. died at her home here Sunday D. H. rinlavsofl. J. A. Loa.:J. P' ioronio, 47,i , Vt ur,. S following a lengthy nines. She The body la at F. Lynett Fu-1 r tawa Boys' Club where he Omar Armstrong, A. T. Bat- aerved as a director from 1939 stone. J. A. Humphreys. O. T until his death. Green, Oeorge Morrow,. O. L. Mylei, Gordon Jackman. W. west untU Wednesdy morn- mj dlulhter of the late 2305 Bioor atreet. Wednesday 2iW(. nt Kpw Rp,intmlpt REGULAR PRICE ...... $209.50 TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 60.00 You Pay Only S149.50 Representing the Ottawa Boys' Club were Magistrate T. M. MacSklmmlng. chief In oienn auut. pres;ceni; . A.ispecior, ruonc scnooi Board; P-OT- Dies in Sault ' SAULT STE. MARIE. Ont, July 23. -.CF Mrs. Florence; Bell Kingston, widow of most Rer. George - Frederick Kings-; ton, former Anglican Primate of all Canada, died ln hospital ! here. ! Born, ln Nova Scotia Mra. Kingston once waa a music, teacher at Acadia College. The' Kingstona were married ln 1920 ; while he waa professor . at King" College. "Windsor, NS. on Thursday at 10 aun. wuriai Her husband waa a Conservative member of the Senate from 1921 until his death ln 1945. ' Survivors Include two daughters. Mrs. Douglas B. Weldon of .London, OnU nd Mra. E. Allison Flood of Ottawa; and a alsler. Mrs. M. E. Nichols of will be In Mount Peace -cemetery, Dixie, . Dies of Shotgun1 Blast After Lover's Quarrel POUCH COVE, Nfld, July 23. --Cr James Ryan was found dead of a shotgun blast ln a parked car early Sunday, his . . i . t I J L. I . 1 .i J Your Old Washer Is Your Down Payment (fclontrol , V-( Ctxnnd. Following tneir marriage. Vancouver FuneraL services will be-heTdn io-Torontor-where DIIICTID IY if SUIT fATMtIS here Tuesday. gin iriena Deii&e mm oruucu ) he waa Dean of Men at Trinity College until he became Bishop of Algom ln 1940. In 1944 he became Bishop of Nova Scotia and In 1947 Primate of all FACULTY OF ARTS and bleeding. , i t n J Mp. vt a o' Lasi Iribuie Paid Mrs. C. Ardies if Nine-pound capacity Titanium porcelain tub if Dependable Lovell wringer with chrome feed boards if Famous Connor bell-shaped 3-vane gyrator ic Sediment zone dirt trap keeps water clean . if MtnufActured uid (ruArantcrd J by the xnAkcri of the fAmou Connor Thermo Wisher ic Two-yeir futrintee on li ic Connor precision built mechanism - jThey ald the two had been I' going together for some time" and the shooting apparently FACULTY OF COMMERCE FACULTY OF SCIENCE . Mra. Kingston returned to Final tribute was paid this S sf. ,!o.uwin hr husband' death ln 1950. afternoon to Mra. Sarah Eliza Survivor Include two daugh- Ryan's .companion, Matilda Kelly, was reported In "serious beth Ardies, 85. who died Frl- 1 tnrtrnot critical con ditlon-ln Ixvme of her aan. C. BenSiril And lli.Vf. J. Or ot SL, hospital Sundajr. Catharlnes. and a son.-Dr. Don't Delay Order Your Connor Today and Save SCO Temple Kingston of .B.CCM. Ojrei . B.St Degrti (Honour, M CWwtfry ar rycs, 13c fra (Central) res RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS Ardies. 41 Oval Drive. Lake-view Terrace, Hull South, where ahe resided. J. C. DavlL Philip A. Holmes. EI(GINER1NGX0URSES Wsduig la I St at laroia. (Tk in Mf M itmiii i IM frlW M K Mce) PRE-MEOICAL PRE-DENTAL COURSES W ta tM I A t tka I Sc. at Uyela 58 Richard Erawden, Colin Campbell, J. P. Johnston. I A. H. Ueff. QC;' Frank Smith, i Clifford Cote. L J. Purceil. V. Sparks SL Rev. W. D. Bardwell con-j Wilson. In 1297 ahe married ducted the service, in the Cunningham Ardlea. who died Radmoxe-Stewart chapel. ln-lln 1747. She attended Lake terment was ln Beechwood view Terrace United Church. Serving Ottawa far Thirty-Seven Tears- Phone CEM5SI .UNO cemetery. Surviving are two aona, Bert. 8. Castledlne. Allan Castledtne, A. J. Nash, Mead Clark. Eric Templeton, W. E. Loken, Jamea Bennie, Tom Davey, J E. Ted-ham. W. L. Masslah and C. H. A native of Hazeldean. 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