28 LOCAL CALLS PHONE 234-7311 Deaths By TW CanadiM hoi , Nanunala, B.C. Cap. Er nest C. TennanL 17. a soldier In the First World War Battle of Vimy Ridge and one of the first members of the RCAF. Vaaeewer Jack Patterson. S3, Vancouver Sun librarian and former spom editor; in a fall down flairs at work. Meatreal Neater . Horodo--wenko. 7S. a director of Ukrainian-Canadian choirs in Montreal. Meatreal Robert Patterson Jellett. S3, retired chairman of the board of the Royal Trust Company, , . Today and Tomorrow TODAY Day at the Ladies' Exhibi- boo. Mobile Blood Donori' Clinic. Organiatkm Hall. 90 Parent Street. 1-4.15 p.m. Ottawa Senior Citizen outing. Lakeside Garden, noon to 4. IS p.m. NORAO Band.- BandsheU. Lantdowne Park, 4.30-5.30 pjn. Rockcliffe Pipe Band. RCAF Trampoline team, BandsheU, 7.15-8.15 pjn. . Horse Show, Coliseum, 7.30 p.m. Canadian Guard Band Concert. Vincent Massey Park, 8.15 p.tn. ' NORAD Band. BandsheU, 8 45-10.13 p.m. Grandsund Show, Andy William, 8.30 p.m. ; TOMORROW Central Canada Exhibition. all day. Square Dane Workshop, RA Centre, Riverside Drive, 8 p.m. RCAF Band Concert. Su preme Court Building. 8. IS p.m JMTNl 11 tttlttS IN IN XI XI m m 114 133 77 an SM 4OT 4M 411 414 41 431 434 431 4M 445 451 4M 4 471 471 474 414 4X3 481 44 MM M4 40 BOO 801 BOS S0T"BI0 Bit B2B 13t B31 B3 BM BIT BM Bit 541 Btt BM B&l BM 8M M4 District Want Ai Aumlt arwpbjob nancy ro . Mm, eka a, rvtae dmin. cablston - run inn Dtl INK, tlMn n. ! . PiTB Lea annals-, i nm rtMBsos Mn. m. tack, m t patrMa ta. nw lu-uas. benfbbw Mm W. Ka, , Brefrew St. BM. Phaai - : xrit. Bttrraa PALLS WcShane Staam Pbenauary, Beekwttk eat Mara aia. JatTUl yjrjiBflM lata aaywhef a Ottawa, Mi at village tk Ottawa in tM-IUI tor Baa Valley. Can tia-itil CABRTBB BEUVSBY e a week. IN Saturday aary, par m imeu copt BAT 7 way MAIL SUBSCBirTlONS Canada Inml na axeaa vhti Beano ovary tm evaluate), ti lit ilea mum Oi wi mmmy tstea. yaMIMt, Is aaaeiiaa IT ii enree a t MIS, a ll-ae. Saturday aaly by ul (I. a year at Itc a my. . Mad rate Ottawa, Ball a ettfea aed wni where there carrier bey aarvhoi 4S a week ll. a year. t'aKed ium, Aovrratta aad tmr. tea Mtnw ujiy raiee w (is., ata month SIB.. an meat 3J. Bataraal eoly, i4 a ywt er tea a car AB MS) eakarilyllaae an peyabte Bl aavaace an Taa mmmrumu rCBTHBB INPOBMATION Buy be eetauaed By aaUa rba Jesraal at i Death Notices . . ... .' , ... j Will Be Accepted i LULI 1 Jtl UfUUV) 't . From j , ' a.m. to o a.m. .. ')".:, J i By Phoning : 236-5056 ' After 8 a.m Phone. 7 'Ottawa's Most 101 inns BLAKt Bill and Alice are happy to announce the birth of a son, Nicholas Augusta, on Aug. 23, 1964, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, a brother for Billy and Donna. BUSTARD Alice, Reg and children are pleased to ah' nounce the arrival of the newest member of their family, Mark, at the Civic Hospital, Saturday, Aug. 22, 1964. Both well, CROSS To Captain and Mrs. Robert C. Cross (nee ' Suz anne McCarthy) at Jeffrey Hale Hospital, Quebec City, on Monday, Aug. 24, 1964, a daughter. CURTIS To Mr. and Mrs. Ron Curtis (nee Laurie Legge). a daughter, sister for Cameron and Karyn, on Sunday. Aug. 23. 1964. at the Ottawa Civk HospitaL ECHUN Donald and Audrey t nee (McDonald) are pleased to announce the birth of a son. Mark Andrew, 7 pounds 3 ounces, at the Ottawa Civk Hoapjtal on Monday. Aug. 24. 1964. A playmate for Gregory. I : - JONES To Mr. and Mr. I. G. Jones, a ion, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. Aug. 22, 1964. Both welL KHAN To Ashiq and Shahida Khan, a daughter,' KonaL 7 lb. 3 oz.. at SL Louis Maria dc Montfort Hospital, on Monday, Aug. 24,-1964. Both well. KMITA Myro and Suzanne (net Dewailly) happily announce the ' birth of their . daughter Isabella, on Friday. August 21, 1964. at the Civic, HoapiuL A itr for Eric, LANGL01S : Tic and Terry art happy lo announce the birth of a eon at Ottawa General Hospital on Aug. 23, 1964. Both well. : : V.'. ;', ' ROSE David and ' Brenda (nee Boyce), ar happy to announce the birth of (on, Stephen David, 8 lbs 4 oil. on Sunday, Aug. 16, 1964, at lb Pembroke General Hos pital. SCHARF RuueU and Peggy (nee Mackie), with, to an nounce the birth of their daughter at the Grace Hoa piuL Thursday, Aug. 20, 1964. A sister for Mark. Kevin and Robert. WIGGINS Percy and Joyce (nee Robinson), art happy to announce the birth of daughter, on Monday, Aug. 24. 1964. at St. Michel' Hoa- - pttal, Buckingham. Both well. 104 K1T8S ANDERSON. Birtle (Bert) On Monday. Aug. 22,-1964, In hospital. Kingston. Ont Birtle (Bert) Anderson, in his 71st year, of 103 Col borne Street, Kingston, be loved husband of Ruby Har rison and the late Florence Cheney, father of , Dalton. Vancouver and Mrs. Bruce Irvine (Shirley), Lakeport, OnL; ' brother - of Harvey, Kingston; Andrew, Haxal- dean. and Mrs. William Richardson (Minnie), Otta wa. Retting Hula and Play fair Ltd, West Chapel, 1098 Byron- Avenue, between Woodrofft and Compton Funeral notice later. Visiting after 12 noon Wednesday. BIRCH. Howard Joseph At hi home, Hammond, OnL, on Monday, Aug. 24, 1964. Howard Joseph Birch, be- ' loved husband of Edna Mil ler, father of George Harold. Thomas, Allen Carl, David. Mrs. Albert Kfnselia (Car men) and Mrs. Wilfred Remus (Florence). Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Funeral Botict later. " ' BRADLEY; Mary-Ann (nee Crampton) Resident of MaaJtou, Man., In her 81t year, passed away at Tape Home, Mordon, Man. Funeral Wednesday, 2 o'clock at New Haven. fCmiM ea awn Crtawia . FOUNDING DATE CHICAGO - The Academy of Sciences, Museum of Natural History, located in thia city. date back .to 1817. . . : : . 1 , Progressive Want 104 (Cont DEATHS Prom Pracrdtnr Co'.uma) BOUVIER, Ernest In hospital on Sunday, Aug. 23, 1964, Ernest Bouvier, aged 83 years, husband of Ernestine Brazeau, father of Ai-dege. Syracuse, NY, Elmer, Bourget, OnL, Leon. Hammond, Ont., Robert, Hartford, Conn.. Oriand (Larry). Ottawa, Mr. Benolt Martin (Antoinette) (Toddy). Ottawa, Mrs. August Lepage (GermainejT Hartford, Conn, Mrs Roger Major (Leonv. tine), Dearborn, Mich. Brother of Anthime, Cochrane. OnL. Mrs. Arthur D'Aoust of Bourget. Alto 25 grandchildren. Remains resting at the residence of Zenon Tasse. Bourget, OnL . Funeral Wednesday, Aug. 26, to Sacred Heart Church for Requiem High Mass at 10 a.m. Interment parish cemetery. CARR. Mis There In hospital at Toronto on Sunday, Aug. 23. 1964, There Carr, aged 68 year, dear filter of Mrs. Jack Mac Lean, Mrs. Emerson Roger. Timmin. Mis Bertha Carr, Toronto, and Gerald Carr, Ottawa. Resting McEvoy Brother. 233 Kent Street, after 6 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday to Blessed Sacrament Church for Requiem High Mas at & o'clock. Interment . Notre Dame Cemetery. FLECK, Kenneth F.' In hospital at York, Me, on Sun day. Aug. 23. 1964, Kenneth F. Fleck, beloved husband of Redvert Dynes, of 512 Island Park Drive. Funeral- notice later. GEORGILES. Demetrius Suddenly, on Friday. Aug. 21, 1964, Demetrius Georgile. of Ottawa. Ont., ton of Stamt-tio Georgile, of London. England, in his 41st year. Cousin of J. b. Georgile of Ottawa. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Ltd.. Central Chapel, SIS McLeod Street.; after 2 p-m. Tuesday. Ser- vie at the Greek Orthodox Church, Albert nd Lyon Street, on Wednesday at 10 a.m. - Interment Beech wood Cemetery. ' k GRIFFIN. Trent In hospital Monday, Aug. 2471964, aged 8 months. Trent Griffin, lov ing Infant son of Donald and Mary "Griffin, 68 Viewmount Drive, brother of Tracy, Funeral was' held from Veitch-Draper Ltd, Parkdale Avenue. Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment Pinecreat ceme- . tery. j . ; r HELSON. Frederick I In hos pital. Monday. Aug. 24, 1964, Frederick L Helson, 33 Granville Avenue, beloved husband of Edith Ena Owens; father of Mr. Donald Wright (Phyllis), SL Lambert. Mrs. John Marshall (Evelyn), Scarborough. Rest ing at the Radnor Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Wei lington. Funeral service SL Mattbia Anglican Church (Parkdale Avenue at the Queentway) Wednesday, 2 p.m. interment Merivale cemetery. Friend may call after 7 p.m. Monday. LARAbIe, Mrs; Eugene On Saturday. Aug. 22. 1944, Rose Moneite, wife . of .the late Westley Andrew "and- of Eu gene Larabie, mother of Leo and .Westley t Andrew, Mr. Ernest Middleton, sister of Maurice, Omar, Mrs. Leon Hup (Claire), Mr. Jew Sourisseau (Jeanne), II grandchildren, aged M. . Funeral Tuesday from Gauthler Funeral Home, 2SI SL Patrick Street, , for Requiem High Mas at the Basilica, at 7.34 Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. : f- LOCK. Joseph William Kirby in noapttai on Monday. Aug. 24. 1964. . Joseph William Kirby Lock, of 2090 Neepawa Ave, beloved husband of Jean Macdpnald and dear rather -of Phylli. Mr. R M. B. Millward of Ottawa Rest- ing at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street Service Thursday. 2 pjn. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. n , i - j MALM BERG, Mr. Margaret I In hospital it Sudbury. OnL, on Aug. 24, 1964. Margaret Lattimore, beloved wife of Anthon Malmberg, In her' 64th - year, dear sister of Grace (Mrs. H. R. Gilt) of Caiietofl Place. Interment ( Greenwood cemetery, Pem-, broke,on Wednesday. - . , Ad Section THE OTTAWA JOURNAL TUESDAY. AUGUST 25, 1964 IONO DISTANCE FHONB KENITH lilt NO TOLL CHABG p- - t mzT. 1 S. I I "w. CHAMPION SKATER WEDS Marika Kilnus. holder of the world pair skating championship, is pictured here after her marriage to Werner Zahn at Frankfurt, West Germany. The attrac- -tivt blonde will continue her skating career. f, irrdMws Journal Photol 104 DEATHS I Coal, treat preceding Column) MARSHALL, Truda - Suddenly at St. Catharines, Ont., on Saturday, Aug. 21. 194. Truda Lenort Bartley. beloved wile of Winton Marshall, dear mother of Candace,' Alan and Brian, dear sister ol Marwood, Kemptvillt, and Mrs. Weidon Kropp (Doris). Ottawa. Rest. ing at the -Rolston Funeral Home, Kemptville, after 3 p.m. Tuesday. - Service in chapel Wednesday at 3 JO .p.m. Interment Union ceme tery. McNICOL, Margaret At Vic toria. BC 00 Aug. 22. 1964, Margaret McNicol, formerly of Ottawa, aged 77 years. beloved wife of Malcolm Mc Nicol. and 1 dear mother of Douglas of Port Albemt, BC, Sheila (Mr. S. E. Kerr lake) : of Vancouver, and Donald of Hudson Heights, Que. Private funeral In Vic toria on Wednesday. Aug. 26. Flower gratefully de clined. , McNICOLL,' Roland On Saturday, Aug. 22. 1964, Roland McNicolL husband of Jeanne Gerard; father of . Madeleine; brother of Leon, Mrs. Yvonne Scheren many nephew and nieces including Suiter Francois Marie de Jesus, F.D.L.S.. aged 57 years. Funeral Tuesday from Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 SL Patrick, for Requiem High Mas at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Eastview, at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame. Ottawa. Maaa offer' Ing preferred. MILNE, Sarah At Kemptville, OnL, on Aug. 23, 1961 SaTaht- . Louisa McCurdy, Kemptville, widow of Joseph Milne, dear another of Lytic, Thorold, Harold. Smith Falls, Jsmes. Ottawa, Eart. Rkhtnond. Mrs. Theresa Leach and Mrs. CurJ ti Cooper (Jeuie), both of Kemptville and sister - of Joseph McCurdy, Malakoff, aged 80 year. Retting a.t the . Rolston Funeral Home and Chapel. Kemptville. Funeral . Wednesday for service .In SL . Jhon . United Church si 1 pjn. Interment Malakoff. . MURPHY, Jean' In hospital . Monday, Aug. 24, 1964, Jean " Murphy, formerly . of .265 Queen Street; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Murphy. Retting at Fred N. Garrett Funeral Home, 584 Somerset West. Service Wednesday, 1.30 p.m. Inter-' ment Pinecrest cemetery. OVER, Edith M. On Monday, Aug.: K l4,t in hospital, Edith M. Over, aged 15, of 448 Waved Avenue, widow of Tom' Over, mother of Mr, John A.vThompon Helen), and ' Margaret, of Ottawa, Laurence S., of Hamilton, 4 grarrdchlldren . turvtve.- Rest--Ing Hu's and Playfair Ltd.; ' West CtapeL TOM Byron, between Woodrofft and Comp ton, Service Wednesday. 1 p.m. Interment. Capital Memorial Garden. . (Cnminned e Meet CXamHll INVEVTOR NAMED STOCKHOIM - Ander. Cel. us, Swede, h)f credited with having Invented the centigrade t bar mom tier tat 1742. ..- - - ' , - . to V, hi 104 , DE111B tCoal from Precedlna Cotiunal PANTALONE, Maria In hos pital, on Saturday. Aug. 22. 1964. Mari Spadaccini, aged 37 years, beloved wife of Mariano Pantalone, 103 Young Street, dear daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jionni Spa- dacdni, dear sister of Enrico. Jullio, Aurora, all of Italy, and Chirena (Mrs-Domenico Buffone), of Ottawa'. Rest ing at , the Kelly Funeral Home. 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Tuesday to SLAnthony' Church for. Solemn Requiem High Mass at 7.45 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery, , . , -,- PETIGORSKY, Leon D. On Monday. Aug. 24. 1964. Lton -Dr PUgorakyof 35 StwrrJ Street, ion of Mr4 and Mrs. Oscar Petigoraky, brother of Joseph and Sam of Ottawa; Mrs. Cecilia Teneribaum, De troit, Mich.; Mrs Lena Schec- ter and Miss Ann and Mis Minnie of Ottawa.' Funeral was held Tuesday, Aug. 25, from the Jewish Memorial Chapel, King Edward Avenue at 2 p.m. Interment Jew ish community cemetery. Shiva at 23 Stewart 4 !,-t.,-y.- POWER. E. Frank la ht-pttal. Sunday, Aug. 23. 1964. F t Frank Power, aged 59 years', (assistant director, Standards Division, Dept Of Trade ' and Commerce), beloved husband of Edith M. Donahue, dear ' .father of Clare (Mrs, James Dashney), Montreal. James, Douglas. Deni. Francis Roger, Thomas, John, Stephen and Raymond, all - of Ottawa, Brother to Mrs. 1 Claire OToote, Toronto, Mrs.-' Sue Skinner, Halifax,. Mrs. Helen Penny.' Montreal, also sur vived Ivy 10 grandchildren. Retting at the, Kelly Funeral Home. 583 somerset Stree (Centretown). J Funeral Wed nesdajt to Blessed Sacrament Church for Requiem High Mas at 8. a.m. Interment Notr Dam. Cemetery. n " SHARPE. Victor L. In hospital, Sunday, Aug. v 23, ,1964, In hi 84th year, Victor L . Sharpe. beloved husband of the late Martha Burntide, dear father of Betty (Mr. Rupert Roas). Resting at Veitch-Draper Ltd.. Park- dale at Gladstone, where friends may call after 3 p.m. Tuesday.' Service in St. Matthias Anglican Church Wednesday, 10 a.m. Interment Mount Royal cemetery, Montreal. -?J1 '?!. HI 7.. SHARPE, iK, M. At hi home, 301 Carswed Street, ' Renfrew, on Mondays Aug. 24. 1964. K. M. Sharpe, beloved husband of Nina McFarlane. in hi 79th year. Retting tt McPhtil and Perkins Funeral Home,5 Munro Street, Ren- frew. Service in Renfrew Presbyterian Church. Thurr day, Aug. 27, tt 2 p.m. Interment Thomsonhlll cemetery. ' ' -t'.;.' itMiihtued a Meat CVvmmBi ' DOCTORS SOUGHT KUALA LUMPUR (AP)-ThJ Malaysian government It trying recruit Flllpln and 14 South Kortaa . doctor to, help staff rapidly growing medical BCilHiea. ; - a , MATHS from FrtMctJiiif C4ltimai STORE. John James in Ren frew Hospital, Monday. Aug, 24. 1964. John James Stone, beloved husband of Fannie Lindsay, in 'his 94th year. Resting at the Cochrane-Anderson Funeral Home, Renfrew, until Thursday. Aug. 27. at 2 p.m. Thence to Lochwinnoch Presbyterian Church for service at 2.30 p.m. Interment Goshen cemetery. ' VAUGHN. Barbara At Woodstock General Hospital on Sunday, Aug. 23. 1964. Bar- ' bare M. ,Gr.uer, widow of Peltit Vaughn; dear mother of Mrs. -William Scott (Gladys), Woodstock, and stepmother to Arthur Gar land Vaughn, Richmond, OntrKesting at the Tubman Funeral Home. 403 Richmond Road ' at Roosevelt; ft fter 7.30 p.m. Tuesday. Service .in chapel Wednes day, 2 p.m. Interment Mun- ster Union cemetery. Those desiring may make contributions to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. WADLIN. Margaret At McLaren' Landing, Wood- lawn, Ont., on Saturday, Aug. 22. 1964. Margaret Scott, widow of L. N. Wadlin. of 172 Powell Aenue. Sister of Mn. V. R Avery of Toronto. Retting at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 313 McLeod Street, until 10 p.m., Tuesday. Service tod interment Wednesday 2 p.m.. at Mountain View Cemetery, Gait, OnL WILLIAMS. Grace Patterson At Smiths Falls, Ont.. on Monday. Aug. 24. 1964. . Grace Patterson McDonald, beloved wife of the late John Frederick William, aged 79 year. Reating at the Amy Funeral Home, Smith Falls Funeral service will be held in SL John' Church, Wed nesday afternoon. Aug. 26. at 2 o'clock. Interment SL Jsmes cemetery. Carleton Place. WOODS, Catherine At the Montreal General . Hospital, on Aug. 23. 1964. Catherine Guthrie, beloved wife of the late Shirley Edwards Woods, dear, mother t of John R. Woods. N. Guthrie Wood, Shirley E. Wood Jr., nd Miss Jill Wood. Funeral private'. Interment Beech- wood cemetery, Ottawt. In lieu of flower contribution may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 7i ' VEITCH-DRAPER " , - t LIMITED ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKDALE CHAPEL, r(-4TJ , Albert Edmund, tenr- chweL Tuaadaw o l' Sharpe, Victor L Service In St. afaiiniae vnurca. weoneeoay It .m. , 4 ,r BANK ST.' CHAPEL. tln-OKH Palmar. Mrs. John. Iirvlct, Monday 11 a aa HULSE & PLAYFAIR, MINERAL DIRECTORS ' dentral Chapel ' SIS McLEOD ST, 233-1143 i V7ef Chapd 1098 BYRON AVE. 728-1761 LATEST INFORMATION JURA DAILY 6.30 P.M. Andereon. Birtle 'iBIrtvi , . Birch. Howard tamtph.i , neck, Kenneth t. ' Oeertle, Demetrrua. Lock, jneeph W. K. uver, turn. Edith M, i ( Sit 10S M n WHPSUNS 1 ruvRif ier in lovinc mmm ur -mount moa srtwa Mrtv Laura rournier. wno piwi away au, s, m7 Many a day hr nama la Kkm . And many an b(ur aba ta in ' our thtjufhta, A link In xu family chain ta hrtkB. Lh baa torn frmm wtr hatna nut not from aw n carta. Klchard. Bvatyn, May Bob . mnm uay. J LEADER In ead and loving memory of a dear huaoand, John n. Maoer. wno naaaaq away ao suddenly Aug. 15 IMS. , , in memory, a dally thought; , la heart, a allent aorrow. i .". nary. , LEA DC t? Ufa sad' and lovmg ..... -ii. i memory of a dear uncle. John t ft Leader, wh paaaed away ao avMldanly An, ti. IMS. , - TUI memory lades and lit ae-parta You Ilea forerer Hi our hearts. Ruaeetl, laabell and Boya. 104 ' OTO Of TrUJnQ WHEELER Wa wtak te . aw heartfelt thank ant eppre-. clalioB la our manjr itleada and relatreea for the maaaagaa mi armeethy and beeutlrul floral offering reeelaad kt ear recent Bereavenient la tna loaa. of behtead huahend. father a avptaihar. David Wheeler. Bl del Uianks as Dr. I t. Henry. . employee of the Fubll Werka -DepU.upreme Court ana Rev, rattier James winters. aire. Da rid Wheeler ' and Family. 107 FUXEUl OOtpiU FRED N GARRETT, DIGNIFIED Funtjrals, moderate rharttj. 544 aMtTrrf Weil Z4J-4W (J ACINC AND ROBERT. 360 BES-Mrar. tu-M: Etvww branch. MO Olmstud Strxl. WHELAM PUNERAL HOME. PER- mui mtrvttm. ravcraiw. sis Coopr tss-us. McEvoy Brothers Uk.u Ottawa's Largest Funeral. Home PARKING FACILITIES t) AIR CONDI IIONKD CKNIKAL (.OCA1ION ESTABLISH CD IBU 235 KKNT ST. 232 M37 108 CEMETERY MEMORIALS BROWN, ROBERT AND SON, 37 Sparks at Bay. 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Large bright living room with fireplace and large window, bedroom and well planned kitchen, good locality, convenient to bua. about 1 3 mlnutea to Centra Town Raa-aonable rent to quiet couple.-Box E-S37. Journal. The GOVERNOR METCALFE 330 Metcalfe Street ' -A Realdentlal Addreaa . in Downtown Ottawa Bachelor. 1 and I Bedr- Apia Beaidenl Manager. V08'. An Ottawa-Owned- Company COVERNOR-METCALTE realty ATTRACTIVE. NEW EDINBURGH, modem S-bedroom. Ilvln. din-In, electrically equipped, b a 1 cony, ground floor. S97 and SM. 740-SO6V ATTRACTIVE BACHELOR. rtRE-placa. J cupboard, elevator, central 233 -fun ATTRACTIVE I -BED ROOM. NEW Edinburgh. 7 74S-S17S eve nlnga. ATTRACTIVE!. I AND 1 BED-room. Iivuig. dining, electrically equipped, parking, dryer, on ground lloor, 71-s7. 44S0. 75-leol AV4.ILABLE IMMIDUTELV4"-bedruom flat. .Weet End. M Nurmen - AVAILABLE vSEIEMBEItMOD. rn s-bedroom apartment. sv SRoy Slraet. WrlghlvUle. 777. AVAILABLE. 2 - BEDROOM aper.ment. 1st McArthur. Ei-vlew. 77I-59S. I31-S341. AVAILABLE OCT. I. BED-rooma. large kitchen. Ilvln -. rooma. weal and. Tza-avoa. AVAILABLE. I - BIDIOOH apartment, electrically equipped. Weet End 171 monthly S7S Wellington AVAILABLE. t-BEDROOM UPPER duplea, parkin. Bl. 74S-137S AVAILABLE. UPPER DUPLEX, private antra nee, near Cartier. Adults. CES-MZ. - AVAILABLE. 1 BEDR O O M . large living room and alcove, large modern kitchen, bathroom, complete, heated, parking, children accepted. tJ 171 Murray tlreet. 133-Sloa, .(,- . AVAILABLE OCTl. CLcTuCES-ler Street. I bedroom, electrically equipped, clean, 17J. 72a-BUS. Enjoy. Your Own -Pool . t ' Thl Summer . 'At th .Beautiful ' ' . . 4 .1 ' " FAIRCREST '!;' Otlawa'i Largest and Fireil Smyth Rd. at Rlveraide Drive 733-9911 Managed by, Montreal Truat AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY PRI-vate entrance, heated, combination living, dining room, atove and ref ligerator. f bedroom on econd floor. 1 additional rooma on third floor. 111. 131-411) AVAILABLE. ONE - BEDROOM . apartment. Sept. 1. equipped. near Mounted Police. SHS- 07 AVAILABLE. t-BEDROOM. equipped. Driveway. Frank. Sal. CK4-M3 AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. UP. per duplea, 1 bedroom, equip- -peo Ktgamont are. . . 733- ' AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER, ' Manotlck. rooma, bath, p r r viw entrains, yoni, acnoot ouave, wtaieu. u ta-sss. AVAILABLE OCT. I. UPPER duplex. Carllng-rfood area. kliliuuaa 7U-t234. - AVAILABLE. I . jTilEDB "OOM S ' electrically equipped. 7 up. Vicinity Technical High ScbooL t7-Z230. AVAILABLE. MODERN I ID room, living room, kitchen elec- -trk-ally-equipped. Oct. I. 7J lot Waverley. corner Elgin. 131-1M4. AVAILABLE SEPT. t. LARGE S-bedroom apertment, living room avparat dining room, front and rear balconlea, garage, e a a trat ,. toratlon. adult preferred. SI 00. CU-4S1 evenlnga- AVAILABLE. BACHELOR, C E N. . trl, equipped. 130. ii oumour, . lJ-3i;l WEST END 1 BrUJKOOM SUITES ftO . 2 BKHKOOM SUITES $100 . end $109 f Blwtn WealsaU and Csrllng-woud Shopping Centres jenltnr aeivk' Electrically equ'piied, Fia parkins. Bus Iranap.rta- ti-m at d,Mie, h , , ... '; 232 3741 , Eg. 7J2 0IIO 722 1013 AVAILABLE, MODERN. SEMI-beaement I bedroom, a a t r a V MO. 3-i34. BACHELOR APARTMENT. SELF-contained, very central. 13e-lft01. BACHELOR! FROM 71 uflt-BtuKuuv rnosa TWO-BT. D R OOalU03 TWO. BEDROOM TWO BATtt- room from I17S. STEWART BTREET. PHONE SJ4-O7J0. Managed by Ault-Kuv ney Realty Ltd. , BANK AND HOLM WOOD. -BED room apartment, separata dining room, equipped. S71. Royal Truat Co- 133-4 100. BRITANNIA. EXCLUSIVE .BEt room. apUt-level apartment, Corlutown Road; 1114. Royal .' Truat Company. 113-410, r uperintendent, tlS-tMt. , BROADVIEW AREA. TWO BED-.room, heated, equipped, til 7H-I7T. i .,. o n Hi- l l -m.ikh '..V v . fetA-A Jr-jtdi Va.i a Jt A, eh Oaiao, at Bt IB -.
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