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Page 10 - Fr. John Webb Builds Stone Buildings

Published by Ronald Caplan on 1976/12/1 (401 reads)

'??r"~' i The new residence still in progress; the 2-story community centre; the rink, 70 by 100, built on a leveled-off gravel pit • the community raised funds and most of the labour was from men of Talbot House; stone fence posts built along the garden. A Useful Guide: Gary Saunder's book Trees of Nova Scotia Send $1.00 to Nova Scotia Bookstore 1683 Barrington St' Halifax We Buy & We Sell and We're as Near as your Telephone Sid s Used Furniture Phone 564-6123 436 Charlotte Street, Sydney 'Se seillean a'phosas daoine ri lusan Flemnving's Honey Truro and Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia Bxcellent Accomodations Xhe MARklANO BwiwiAU, vicroww ooumv. w.??.? Himih vumtm* ' Mrs* Chester NcBvoTt Manager Genuine Down Bast Hospitality Keddy' Motor Inn 600 King's Road, Sydney, N.S. Fhone 539-1140 • Telex 019-3517 Year Round Service to Cape Bretoners and their Friends Campbeirs Market Baddeck Ideal Ice Cream Co. Ltd. A complete line of frozen foods, ice cream and fountain supplies. 162 Prince Street, Sydney, N.S. Hione 564-4549 Cape Breton's Magazine/lO
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