Mike Wolanki's family
Home in Hay loft Family of Eight Evicted From St. Vital Residence A St. Vital fnmi'v todav was (riven the choice of movino - I into in f,'nnf' of thp'r former home or setting up housekeeping in the hayloft of , large barn. They chosthe . "ny was ev.c.en rum M St. Anne'a road. ( The house, at Pfil St Anne a Bailiff Alfred De - pa Hs tel. Ihe Rn"'1 own"' hy Adelaide Chen - . . w. ..a n :j neighboring flnrwt. He told ii r . inn rmn i jn rnnnni y inm .... , n oianskl and their f:hillren at he wanted Ihe house for his newly ,i p.m. today. , ! Tha head of he family, an advertising councellor, moved most of hit furniture Into the hay loft Tuesday morning. "Our electric appliances will be use - married hired man. The eviction was ordered In March. Friday tha Wolan. - iki family family was notified that the eviction would take place early his week. The bailiff visited the house Mon - ' ' less." he tald. "There ie neither day afternoon and gave the family electricity nor water in "he left, the notice of eviction. Our radio, washer, iron toaster will ha useless." and Mr, Wolanikl n worried about the health of hie nx children In 'ha draughtly hay loft. Small windows at each end of the single single room are the only light. "There are rata in 'he downstairs downstairs of tha barn. Mr. Chenier uset that part a a itore room," Mr. Wolnskl said. The six Wolanski ehieldren are: Phyllis 1fi, Milton 1.1, Gordon 12. Kinie in, Tom S and Jimmy 3. : A II hut little blond Jimmy attend LevaHee school. The family furniture "'.s p!!ed In the loft beside tomato psck'nj cra'es of the florist. At noon only one bed had been set up. There are no partitions in the left.