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CACCIATTOLO. On July 15 at his home in St Julians, SILVIO, aged 34. He leaves to mourn his loss his daughter Heather and her mother Lorraine, his mother Connie and his father Lawrence, his sisters Josette and her husband Gerald Manfrè, Rose and her husband Gordon Gatt and Yanika, his brother Kevin, his nephew James, his nieces Jessica, Dawn and Kaya, cousins, aunts and uncles, relatives and friends.
The funeral leaves St Luke's Hospital today at 2 p.m. for St Julians parish church where Mass praesente cadavere will be said at 2.30 p.m. followed by interment at St George's Cemetery, Qormi.
May the Lord grant him eternal rest.

MICALLEF. On June 26, ANTHONY of Sliema, aged 60, passed away. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife Helen, his children Demis and his wife Marygrace, Joelin and her husband Steven and Melissa and her husband John, his eight grandchildren, his mother Carmen and his father Paul, his wife's mother Domenica, his brothers and sisters and their families, cousins, many relatives and friends, especially his colleagues at Enemalta, Sliema branch.
The funeral leaves St Luke's Hospital today at 1.15 p.m. for Our Lady of Lourdes parish church, San Gwann, where Mass praesente cadavere will be said at 2 p.m., followed by interment at the Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery. No flowers by request but donations to Dar tal-Providenza, Siggiewi, will be appreciated. The family regret they are unable to receive visitors.

ROBERTSON. On June 16, Flt. Lt. DOUGLAS ROBERTSON, CB, of Warren, Michigan, a World War II RAF pilot, beloved husband of the late Connie, née Stagno Navarra, aged 88, went to the Risen Lord, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. Fondly loved and deeply mourned by his son Kenneth and his daughters Carole Leruth, Gillian Buttigieg and Deborah Shuttuck and their respective spouses, his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, his dearest brother John and his wife Ivy, his many relatives and friends in Malta, UK and USA.
His remains will be brought to Malta and a memorial service will be held at St Patrick's church, Sliema, at a later date to be announced.
Lord, grant him eternal peace.

VELLA. On July 16, DOMINIC, aged 81, of Sta Venera, went to meet the Risen Lord, comforted by the rites of the Holy Church. Fondly loved and deeply mourned by his wife Doris, his children Marisa, Marco and Morilena, their respective spouses Walter and Sylvia and fiancé Filippo, his grandchildren Maria, Cheryl Ann, Graziella and Martha, his brothers and sisters, in-laws, relatives and friends.
Mass praesente cadavere will be said today at 2.15 p.m. at the new Sta Venera parish church, followed by interment in the family grave at the Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery.
Lord grant him eternal rest.

In Memoriam

BONELLO - JOSEPHINE, née Despott. In loving memory of our dearest mother on the fifth anniversary of her death. David, Diana, Edgar and all the family.

CLUETT - DAVID. Remembering with so much love our dear daddy, called by the Lord two years ago today. So sadly missed. Daniel and Rachel.

CLUETT - DAVID. Remembering with much love our dearest daddy, today the second anniversary of his demise. We miss you loads. Julia and Emma.

CLUETT. Treasured memories of our dearest DAVID, today the second anniversary of his passing away. So sadly missed. Julien and Anna, Terence and Denise, Julien Jr.

CLUETT - DAVID. Forever in my heart and prayers, especially today being the second anniversary of his death. Lord, grant him eternal rest. Mandy.

IZZO - JOHN. On the 19th anniversary of his demise. Always remembered in our thoughts and prayers. His daughter Marilyn, his son Edgar, their families, in-laws and grandchildren.

NAUDI - EVELYN. In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother on the anniversary of her death. Her children, in-laws and grandchildren.

TANTI BURLÒ - MARIA. In loving memory of our mother, today the fourth anniversary of her death. Monica and Maurice.

Sidonia Enterprises Ltd

Summer shutdown. Last trading day August 3, re-opening August 20, 2007.

Orbit contest

Juanita Montebello has won a Mediterranean cruise in the Orbit Chew and Win contest.

Juleanne Vassallo, Keith Mifsud, Bridget Fenech, Joseph Debono, Justine Mallia, Teriza Cassar Torreggiani, Antonia Mifsud, Jethro Sant and Victoria Vella each won a DVD player.

Retailers Second To None in Sliema won Lm120 worth of Nectar Group products while Chain Supermarket in Fgura, Capricorn in Sta Venera, Cafè de Capri in Senglea, Crayons in Attard, Floriana Dispensary, Orange Tree in Sliema, JRM in Zebbug, Scotts Supermarket in Naxxar and Shopwise in Qormi won Lm30 worth of Nectar Group products.

The contest will run until the end of August.

Marian Cenacle

The Central Marian Cenacle will be held on Thursday at the chapel of Our Lady of Lourdes in Floriana. Mass will be said at 6 p.m. followed by the Cenacle.

Course in baroque architecture

A one-year part-time pre-tertiary certificate course in baroque architecture will be offered by the International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University starting in October.

The course is designed to provide an understanding of materials and construction techniques adopted in baroque buildings and encourage the use of suitable materials and good craftsmanship in their restoration.

Participants will be required to attend theoretical and practical sessions at the University for seven to 10 hours a week.

The course will cover analysis of baroque architectural history, structural behaviour of buildings, construction methods and materials, stereotomy, an introduction to fortifications, conservation and safety on building sites.

Applications will be received by the University between Thursday and Monday. A one-time registration fee of Lm150 payable to the Works Division will apply for applicants not employed with the Works Division.

Further information can be obtained by dropping an e-mail to [email protected].

What's On Today

8 p.m. at St George's Basilica, Victoria, the Victoria International Arts Festival. Concert by Dominic Galea and the Jazz Quartet.

At St James Cavalier, Valletta, annual exhibition by MCAST's Institute of Art and Design.

At the National Museum of Fine Arts, South Street, Valletta, exhibition of the painting Judith and Holofernes by Le Valentin de Boulogne.

At Heritage Malta, Merchants Street, Valletta, paintings and sculptures by various artists.

At the Kola Windmill, Xaghra, an exhibition entitled Malta's Mediterranean Trilogy Culture - Bread, Oil and Wine.

At the Malta Maritime Museum, Ex-Naval Bakery, Vittoriosa, Voyage And Voir: Travellers Of The Grand Tour.

At the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Mediterranean Street, Valletta, paintings by Anastasia Ponyatovskaya.

At the National Museum of Archaeology, Republic Street, Valletta, Silent Warriors: Chinese Terracotta Soldiers.

At the Osteria La Vigna restaurant, Tignè Street, Sliema, works by Rachel Xuereb.

At B'art, 39 Amery Street, Sliema, photographs by Christine Muscat-Azzopardi, depicting various concerts and music festivals.

At Gallery G, No 4, Sir Ugo Mifsud Street, Lija, paintings by Julian Calabrese.


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