The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 18, 1964 · Page 41
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 41

Ottawa, Canada
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Tuesday, August 18, 1964
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Color Is News In Carpeting; ' ' The .sense At elegance com, from the we'y room look at first glance, and then from bow comfortable kji l live" to. New carpets teen, r to :'-be designed with both thoughts m Wind. ' '' -'!""'.'-,"' ... New 'colors and patterns give; the handsome first impression. Softer, rkher texture provides Parking. the deep- comfort Behindrthe-'scenes: practicality . Is also built to,, for 'continuing good looks. Color is the big. carpet new, j Brilliant-: jewel tenet sap-' phire, topaz,'1 aquamarine - end, color on the floor. " ; More subtle, but lending a sophisticated . decorating . air, are muted tones such as olive green, nutria, a new roea hoe ard aandaiwood.s c Just -as. interesting are color mixtures in tweeds or bolder cembinaUons.UUsuaIly, ' ' two neutral tones are sparked with' ' ' ' ' 1 ' '" ' ' ' , m 27 HENDERSON AVE. -rn V, Quiet. . Adequate' parking with plug-in for aH ' tenant f- .!'-' Laundry. . . The finest combination washer-dryers with Game Room and TV. adjoining. , OIL HEATED .! FREE ELECTWCITY- 4 A, V k bright accent color; ae that the carpet can. serve as n co-ordkv atar for the room decorating bensey-- $, Every , suite has width sliding doors. Far even easier color ; olan-1 " ning, 'many fabric and carpet -manufacturers have, planned their new, products together, so that the colors naturally go " with, each other.. In texture, the trend is to-; toward, a ham! i loomed took. n Numerous new tweeds, sturdy : textures and tight weaves resist signs, el traffic and soil. ' itsT own Gs2 rto,t(Kv Ycurtv The , phenomenal success ef Glenview Investments ht Ae field of .mortgage brokering is ay, ,, ' reflection eT the importainviroV being filled by the broker , in business enterprises and the borrower for v tingle tult dwellings. . . OTTAWA'S NEWEST IUXUIY AOTKCIT KISJCE, wirt-.ia wglVinj .a'Istinct of downtown, of farina i3 tfco tdvtst;es of Sandy IKX The , VBKAIUES combines modem Irvina witfc evthentk -features from the renowned ptfoce. A'X V A- From, the elegant facade, through the French period ,.t lobby with . its magnificent Palace of Versailles crystal -chandelier, to . your own sumptuous 'suite, you and " your friends will take pride in the air of grandeur that., pervades every foot of space "so meticulously planned . and "appointed. : .' ' . Swimming Pool. J. : Enjoy year-round swimming in the large . oor, heated pool. . ., . Sauna Baths . . V SJAVji Bath,'3 Bedroom luxury suites. r' .,V rii eteeon icbbp Balconies . r Fast but quiet elevators . . . luxurious wall to wall carpeting m pressurized halrways. fc - Kitchens . . . Attractive wood accordion doors to kitchens seating '4 persons. 12 cu. ft refrigerators, 30" electric stoves. in- For complete relaxation, and pleasure the Versailles has two of the finest Saunas obtainable. ' ' ' " - - Penthouses, i i 0 flottra hieh. with oicture itiidowi balcony with fuH A.'. I 'A rae Pari Sfdewalfc Cne Party Jloom .10 A.M. to 10 P.M. ... 27 HEN PERSON AVL .7, PH. 234-8705 ; J'. U business only four years; . Gleaview Investments arrang- 'ed mortgage loans exceeding 5 miUion dollars in rSCS alone, r . and starting in Ottawa, tbe com-' v t peay has expanded to Kingston f and has plans for further' ex i pansion tote other major cities in Ontario. ' ' The - ready - acceptance of at f ' relatively new company in the field is the result of several fan portant factors, uaihly thor-1 eugh understanding of the re- f quirements ef the borrower and f complete contact with - lending ' tastittttions across the country.! aaloallw th mil if 'maH. gage broke is not . to rand money, but to find ,'a ready : source of .supply; such as in- i surancc companies, trust com- .puiea, savings in nu cw- porationt and the '. like, of .v prime interest to the borrower t is the fact that the b r o k e r f " makes no charge. for his serv f ices. The lender pays a fee to ' . .tke . broker - for his efforts . in available funds. ; '. ! In the changing mortgage : fieW,-' Glenview ; Investments feel out the noise of fhictua- tions in the market. Anyone in-1 tending to build a home is no) I longer shackled to the sund- i ,ard loan of W per xent of t . - the value of the property, at an f interest rate varying . from f V. -....per cent to per cent Glen-1 view - Investments is ' now'ar-1 ranging . loans . which offer. the 1 borrower- up to S3 per- cent' of the evaluations with interest rates as low as 8 per cent pay able over any period from five to SI years. .-T ' I" .' A remarkable feature is the ' enthusiasm of the smaller bor- j rower to take advantage of the . experience of Glenview Invest-; menu' in securing mortgages.'. It ir only in recent years dial ; reliable mortgage brokers have I been-called upon to secure,' smaller loans. The arranging of large (loans for business enter- f prises-has been a regular mort- 1 gage practice, and Glenview In-1 vestmenu, while very active in this field, has made it a fea-r-ture ' of the company's opera- gageakat the best possible rates for the Individual borrower. Mr. Sol ..Shabinsky, General Manager of Glenview Investments, ICCW WIt IUI. ucu iwa vvuro j to sUy and wiH probably in- crease In the future, since k gives 'a homeowner or a pros- pective homeowner the eppor-p. : tunity to get adequate mort-j 'gage coverage at rates which, are completely reasonable. t Picture Care : Keep pictures bright by dust ' ing with a soft cloth. If covered i with glss, . occasionally wipe wHhr cloth dipped in a solution -of coal' oil and waters (two i- tablespoons coal oil to one quar v'. water, then polish dry. This re J. moves dusty scum. Or use a modern window-cleaning prod- ... uct. Hall and living room mlr-; y. rors should be done at. the- same', time. " ! Keep a' can of chow mein noodles on your fMuttryv shelf.'. Tbey dresr up creamed bam,' chicken or eggs. ,. . X--ef ivt imewmm.

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