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L -1 Phone 236-7511 Deaths By The Canadian Pt ' Quebec Frank Lawrence C6nnor, 71. Liberal member of j Quebec's upper house for M.!!e Isles since 1942; in hospital fo!- .liming a 'heart attack..' Amsterdam W-.ilfcrn Antlr es-.en, -6. Dutch composer and 7 p,anist x Today and Tomorrow TODAY - V Community Centre ,Vatiety Show. Fisher Park High School. , . 7 30 p.m.' L,:. v x Eastview City Couhcnr East-' vie City Hall, 8 p.m. TOMORROW - " Ottawa. Philatelic. ' Society, Chateau Laurier. 8 p.m. . Ottawa and District Asso-x 1 ciatjon for Retarded Children, St. John's Anglican Church 'Hall, Elgin and Somerset Streets, annual meetings 8.15 ' ' p.m. . "Waiting for , Godot,". University of Ottawa Drama Guild, Academic Hall, 8.30 p.m. .''.'.. Cardinal Heights , parents i : meeting, Fairfield School, 8.30 . : " '. pm. ' ' ' " " - , . "One Mad Night." St.. Jo-seph's Parish Hall, 8.30 p.m.. V- Illustrated lecture, "After Abstract "imfSressionism" . and "Imajge and Object Makers." by Sam Hunter, National Gal- ' . lery. 8 30 p.m. ,: '' " ' Journal Subscription Rales -Journal home eVllvrnr vrvlft,. whlrk I cnaraaterd li available I anywhere in Ottawa, Hull and ur- ronndinc dIUrict a well a In, town! 'and villages In the Ottawa Valley. Call 234-751 r for. home delivery aervlce. . r ' . Dally hom drllvery rate are 45c prr week .. rellerted by carrier every irrond week. Saturday only f delivery U alto available, caU 134-' .71U. . Mingle ropy rates ire 7e prr copy Monday to Friday and lac oaj Saturday. 1 countries and Armed Forres Overseas daily One Year. SUM. Six Months. 87 .$. Three Months. 14.23. One Month. $1.58. Saturday only by mall $7. 88 per year or 13c per copy. iniiea aiaies, Annraua ana ror-i elm countries daily One Vear.T JI4. six Month. 118.88. One Month, f J. Saturday only by all 318.48 per year or lie per copy, . .';-.,...: rr Journal Box Replies C. 757 ' U 107 115 152 U3 1 78 186 1 88 193 199 208 210 211 222 223 224 238 243 244 390 301 313 318 318 319 325 328 333 335 337 339 340 343 348 30 361 ' 363 369 377 381 382 387 395 400 413 .414 417 418 419 423 101 BIRTHS BALL Allan and Margaret are happy to announce the arrival of a son at the Ottawa Civic Hospital on Monday, March 30. Both well. ' DAOUST Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daoust wish to announce the birth of a daughter, Wednesday. April 1, 1964at Ottawa Civic Hospital, A sister for Jacques. PierTe. Charles and Michel. .GAUVREAU To Gerry and Ginette (nee Robin) on Tues-. day, March 31, 1964, at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Hull, a daughter, Nancy. Both will. HOPE Donald and Marian . . (nee McVey), are happy to announce the birth of a daughter, a sister for Scott, , Kathy and Karen, on Monday; March "30, 1964, at Grace Hospital. HOULAHAN Brian and Lorraine (nee Lalonde), are happy to announce the 'arrival of son Tuesday. March 31. 1964, at Grace Hospital. Both well. (Continued on Next Column) Rooming House Owners .a handy guest receipt-book is yours freei Write or phone " Miss Scott : 236-7511 "Ottawa's-Most ' Progressive 101 BIRTHS i Cont from Preceding Ctiliunnl - ' ' LAMB To-"Sheila . and Walter Lamb, a daughter, a sister for Jeff and Tom. on T'i dy.. Marth,3t. 1964at the OuatfarClvic Hospital, "Both well. - ' . k- " . ... j McGRATI! Malt and Jean would like you io iinorwof the arrival of their baby boy, Christopher Charles, on Tues- ," day; March '31. 1964. at Qt-itawa Civic Hospital. Jean ' and thMwhy are doing well. McRORV To "Bertfvd-vShirley (nee Devine), a son. Allan Herbert, on March 3.0. 1964. aithe Ottawa Civic Hospi- . tal. a brother for .Lynn. Both well. ' : ' ' .,, ' PENWARDEN Barbara Dawn-elle Phyllis arrived on Tuesday.' March. .31: 1964.-" at Grace Hospital. , Connif. reggy. Katny, -BQDDy. sieve . -i L .-II a - . ana doo are an nnr. f STL BBS Danny and June (nee Dyer), wish o announce the arrival of their gift from heaven, A son, David Robert, 8 lbs. 12 ozs., born March 30, ,1964." Civic Hospital. Mother, Son, Dad all well. , TAYLQR Mr, arid Mrs.- D. J. Taulnr Yn" Marparet. Steadl ' re happy to announce .the, arrival 1 of a soji. Clifford Brian. A brothet for Steven, Wednesday. April l."ld64t i Grace Hospital. Eoth well, j Ifli HIIThT -4 BEAUCHAMP. X' Arthu On Monday. March 30, 1964, aged. 64 years, J. Arthur Bea'uchamp, husband of the late Germime ' Deschenes, ' father, of "Jean-PauU Mrs.;! Abbe Surette (Jacqueline). brother 'of ' Edmond, Emile, . ALh ilk. Euacne. Elie,. funeral Saturday from Gauthier Fu neral Home. 259 SL Patrick, for - Requiem . High Mass. at the 'Basilica at 9 oclock. JntermenLNotre Pameceme- torv u,,i. BRUCE, Mabel Anna Of Ga letta, Ont., In Arnprior Hoa pi tal. on Tuesday, March 31, 14, MabelAnna.Hunt. wife of the late George Bruce, in her 68th year. Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home Ltd.,1 Arnpriwr until noon Thursday.-Eastern Star service on Wednesday everting at 7.30, thence to Grace St. Andrew's Jnitedl Church, Arnprior, ursday, 2 p.m. Interment Arnprior cemetery. CHRlSTOPHIJL-YicloriJ hospital, in New Rochelle, NY. on NJonday. March 30. i 1964,' Victoria i Mills, widow of. Bertie A. Christopher, of 401 Daly Avetnueaged 74 years, dear mother of Bert and Mrs. Ross Moffett (Edith), of QtUwa; Alfred, of Montreal, and the late Mrs. J. R. Carroll (Alice), sister of Mrs. George Pallett (Maude), of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod StreeL Service Friday, 2 p.m. Interment Pin jxest cemetery. . CATHCART.- William Alfred Accidentally, on Monday, March 30. 1964, at StitUville, Ont., William Alfred Cath- cart, beloved husband of Alma McGce dear, father of Donald, brother of Wesley and Mrs. William Deavy (Mary), all of Stittsville, and Mrs. Orville McCurdy (Jane),! v-arp, in nis asm year. Resting at the Kennedy Funeral Home, Carp, until-1.45 p.m. Thursday, thence ;fo'- the cnurci? or -SL Thomas, Stan ley's Corners, for service at 2.30 p.m. IntenmenyinSL Thomas cemeterv. CAGNAT On March 30, 1964, 4 in .Vjctoria.'B.C, Adele, aged 79 years wife of. the late Capt. G. H. CagnaL Born in L Quebec City and resident of Victoria since' 1933, late of Loretto Hall, 309 Belleville StreeL. She Is survived by cousins, Mrs. C J. Harring ton of Victoria. Miss Gabri elle Eugenie Lafleur' in $te Therese and Mrs. YvoVine Jarvis in Ottawa. Prayers were .offered in McCall Brs. Floral Chapel, Victoria, B.Q, esday,' jClarch 31, at 7.30 "p.m. and Mass" was celebra ea in pu - Jean- Baptiste Church, Victoria, at 9.30 a.m Wednesday April 1, 1964, rr. .Aiexis Auger, -u.t.WL, officiating. Interment in the family plot in Ross Bay cemefery. ' ! '.-7; ' CINCINNATI . Ohio feaJ the nation (n grasl growing with almost 1,000 acrer under crrcn- . . I 104 - DUTH$ . . r 'icont. from "yCg,r , CAMERON, "Eddie (Edmtttd On Monday, March 30. 1964, Eddie (Edmond) Cameron. ,son of Mr. and Mrs. 'George Cameron (Emma McCray), husbajid of EvelynWarren. ". father of Maurice, brother of George. Norman.. Mrs' Wil-' liam Bennett :- (Rose). Mrs. , Lance Merryfield (Mabel). Mrs. Arthur Charron. (Nofa). Funeral Thursday from Gau thier Funeral Hdme, 259 St. ' Patrick, for. Requiem . High ' .Mass at Si.' Brigid"s Church at 8 o'clock, Interment Notre Dame, "cemetery CAMPEAU. Romeo Suddenly, on Tuesday, March 31, 1964, Romeo Campeau,' aged 39. of 323 James Street, husband of Rose-Anna . Peers. . son ' of Mr. and Mrs. Ovila Campeau. father of Richard. Judy. June -and Yvette. brother of Guil- aume, Mrs. Charles Frost (Lucienne). Mrs. x Oeorges ' . . Whitman (Jacqueline). Rest ing at Land'reville Funeral ; Home, 578 Somerset W. Funeral Thursday to, St. Jean Baptiste Church for Requiem i - High Mass at 7.45. lntermentt Notre -Dame cemetery. U CAMERON. Marian Gladys-4n hospital Tuesday, March 31, 1964, Gladys Humphry. be- loved wife of Alex, F. Cam- j eroni 133 Holland 'Avenue. : dear rrotherpf G. G.J Fields (Marian), P 6 i n t e ! Claire, and Graham Currie of Ottawa: stepmother of Elizabeth and Louise Cameron; dear, sister of Phyllis, -Edward (Ned) and Archibald; also survived by six grand- ""thildre'n.; Resting at Veitch ; uraper , ua., r arKaaie at Gladstone. Service ' in - St Barnabas Anglican Ghurch Friday, 10 a.m. Intermenti Beech wood cemetery.' - COULOMBE, Miss Blanche On MohdayTMaTch 30. 1964. at har. home 98 Eddy Street, Hull,. Blanche Coulombe, age 63 years,, daughter of Mrs. Wilfred Coulombe and the late Mr. Coulombe. sister of Jrraricois-HulI,JjVlrs.EmiIe Lapointe (Therese), Hull. .'Resting Gauthier and Co., 101 Notre ! Dame, " Hull, Funeral Thursday, April 2, at 8.15 a.m. for Reouiem si. oernaoette ' Church at 8.30. Interment Notre Dame, Hull ELLSWORTH. Michael ;James At his home, 1241 Kingston Avenue, Tuesday. March 31, 1964. Michael James Ellsworth (solicitor. Crown Assets Corporation), aged 46 years, beloved husband . of Ruth Jewkes and dear father: of Ruth (Mrs. Frederick York), Catherine and Mi-chaelle, beloved son of fars. Catherine Ellsworth. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home. 585 Somerset Street' (Centre Town). Funeral Thursday to St, Bonavnture Church for Requiem High Mass at 9. a.m., then to Halifax tamest at the Cruikshank Funeral Home. Funeral and interment Saturdayn Halifax. GILES." Lawrence Leslie "Th hospital. Tuesday, March 31, ' 1964, Leslie Giles, 35 Strath-cona, husband of the late Agnes McGlashan. father of Keith, -'Clayton and Robert, " brother of Mrs. Ethel Flvnn. George, Alger and Charles, i'ni nis bath year. Resting Veitch- uraper Ltd:, Bank at Carjine Service in chapel Friday, 2 p.m. Interment Dunning cemetery, tast Templeton. HODGINS, Margorie Eleanor Suddenly 7 in hospital Monday. March 30, 1964, . Margorie Brandt, of 355 Clifton Road, beloved wife of the late ,;ecil Hodgins, dear motner of Suzanne and Mrs. Robert Emerson (Ethel-Mae), Toronto. Resting at the Radmore-Stewart Funeral Home, 1319 Well ing ton SeC t. Service irr chaW rTThursday, 1 jjjrn. Interment " -Pinecrest cemeteryTTfT . may call Vtdr 1Q a.m.'iomor row, Wednesday. McGINNIS, Mar Theresa In hospital on Mdinday, March .30. 1964, Mary Theresa Fitz- gerald, aged S7 iears. of t IS Kenilworth Avenue, widow r of Philip McGnrtis a'nd dear mother , of Madeline Cj of Ottawa, Mrs .v Robert Stevens (Mary), Newmarket, Ont, Philip J. of Montreal. John A. of Canton, Ohio Resting voy Brothersr 235 Kfcnt treeL Funeral Wednesday kito Holy Rosary Church for ici)uicni ni(ii jviass 11 o o'clock.thence via Iratn ' to i-JxjndctfipntprJtatermerit at StyPeter's cemetery .on Fridaymotning. For the first lime in history, a Canada Council award a native Canadian Indian is Victoria publisher. Stuart reau. who made the award. ' est Indian carver but more Uta'ge and soug,ht to preserve it by-means of masks. ' and legends which he inscribed for future general y ".-i " ,r- 104 DEATHS " Cont, from PrM.iin coiumn) , " , r : McM AHON. Edwin In -hospi-- tal, Aylmer, Que.. . onMon- . 'day. March 3a.-1964rt:dwin . Mc.Mahon. age 83 years', bus- 'r" band -of the late, Mabel, Bis "sett Reiting at Ringrose Brothers Funeral Home. Chapeau, Que. Funeral Thursday, April 2. to SL Alphonsus Church for . .Re.- iem High Mass at 9 a.m. quii Burial in parish cemetery.-. NIXON, 'Ethel Mary Suddenly on Tuesday, March 31. 1964, Ethel Mary Pigott. of New Liskeard, formerly of Fftzroy,, Harbor,, beloved wife of William Cf' Nixon, - dear mother of .'Nora, -P e-g-gyr Kathleen. Beth and Dr. JC . Nixon of Otuwa; sister of ' Susan and Bessie Pigott of Ottawa and Harry Pigott of . Meaford, Ont. Funeral Thursday, April 2. from SLv John's Anglican Church, New Liskeard, Ont . ' PENDER, James Edward In : Windsor on Sunday, March 29.-1964. James Edward, be- . . loved husband of Gladys ; May hex and dear father of Jean. Raymond,: Madeline L and . Julia, and brother of ' Mrs. E. Earler (BeaUice), Mrs. J. Shulman (Veronica), ' Francis E. Patrick, M. W. . Harry and Matthew J., all of " Ottawa, and Mrs. R. Robinet (Gladys) - of Fernda'le.Fu- , neral Wednesday in Windsor. RYAN. Anne Prise iHaArSt Vincent de Paul HcWpiUl, Brockville. on - Wednesday, April 1, 1964, Annie Priscilla Stratford. wlfefythe .late Andrew Joseph George Ryan, dear mother of George (Fred), Havejock, Ont and Mrs. James Koktan (Vera), Brock ' ville. Resting at the Scott Funeral , Home, 14 Clarissa Street until Friday,- ApriL3- When the Requiem High Mass will be celebrated at St Francis JCavier Church at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Ottawa. y , RIVOIRE, Joan Rosemary In New York City, on Tuesday. March 31. 1964. Joan Rose- mary Haddow, beloved wife of .Robert Thomas ! RivoireX daughter of - Elizabeth Haddow' and. the , late Ernest Haddow, sister of Major Herbert Haddow, Percy, Evelyn, Mrs. L, Lancier (Kathleen). Mrs. D. Connerty (Barbara), of vOttawar Mrs. A. Haddow (Dorothy), of Toronto; Mrs. A. Whitfield (Dorjs), of Burlington, Ont; aged 29 years. Resting , Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315, McLeod Street Service Friday, 3 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. , ' SMITH, Bertie Daniel In hos-. pKlrTjiesday, March 31, rl964,-Bertie Smithy aged 68 83 Currell Avenue; beloved husBafid-of the late Alice Burgo'yner dear father of " Mrs:- Richard Bull e r (Lucy), England; Ralph. father-in-law of SyjviVi, Ottawa. Resting at the Tubman i Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service in rhebchapel Thursday, 2 p.m. Interment - Pinecrest cemetery. savaky, jrenzo on Tues day, March 31," 1964, aged73 years, Lorenzo Savary, hus-band . of Florence Laciille, brother of Rene. . FuAeral Friday from Gauthier Funeral w: Jlpme.- 259 Sti-Patrickr for "Requiem ; yigft.j Mas .-t'e Basilica at 8 dock Interment" Notre Dam cemetery: -' fr . : I Want Ad Section' 1 w . ' s ' X - . . - i i, im mii mn ni i ii - - - - ' POSTHUMOUS AWARD. the "late Mungo Martin. Accepting the award on his behalf Keate (left).: At right i hief Justice Robert Tasche: Mr. Martin, w as recognized by rhe Council as "the great-J than that, a wise gentleman ons 104. DEATHS . (Cont. From Preceding Column) TAYLOR. Ethel Emma At Montreal, Que,oo Tuesday. March 31. 1964, after a lengthy illness Ethel Emma Gordon. ; beloved wifeynof ""Arthur Taylor of Sherbrobke, ; Que., mother of Mrs. Efoug-ias Kezar (Dorothy), North Ba.and Mrs. Lynn ; Mc-j Dougall (Frances), - Mount RTl R"U.n,r,al!Iulsf auu riayiaur v-cuuai viwh") 315 McLeod Street. Service Thursday 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrestrxemetery. , : - WAIIWRIGHT. Georgina Flor- ence itr hospital, 'on Tues- day. March 31. 1964.- after a prolonged illness, Georgina F. Renwick. beloved wife of Reginald J. Wainwright, of 2281 Fox Crescent and mother of Roger. Resting Hulse ' and Playfair ; West Chapel. 1098 Iyron' Avenue, bet w e e n Woodroffe and Compton. Service at St Martin's Anglican tj h u r c h, Friday, 10 a.m. Inlien of flowers donations may be made to Primate' World Re lief Fund. 'care of St Mar-Tints Anglican Church, Prince Charles Road, OtUwa. .-. .,r-:, -: Ti ' VEITCH-DRAPER LIMITED FUNERAL OIREaORS PARKDALE CHAPElJ T2S-4S7J Cameron, Marion Gladya. Serv- ice St. Barnabaat . Anglican Church Friday 10 mja. BANK' ST. CHAPEL. - 33S-066 in cKsdH Friday 2 D m, N HULSE & PLAYFAIR Limited I I . FUNERAL DIRECTORS 315 McLEOD ST. tni, West Chapel 1098 BYRON AVE. 728-1761 " LATEST INFORMATION CFRA DAILY6.30 P.M. 2 Christopher. Ticlorla. Ri voire, Joan Roaetnary, ' Taylor, Ethel Emma. Wainwright Georslna Florence IX MEHORUMS ANDERSON A- In lovlnjf memory of my' doar husband. William I. (Budl Anderson. ,wtM passed away n-pru i, i .-?. bver rememnerM Wife Pamela. ANGUSW-In fond itfcf lovirm mem ory ot a dear son and brother, Ronald Merlin Anf us. who ed away April 1. 1M2. Th midnight stars are ahininsj upon your aiient grave Beneathit aleepa the one we love , v And the one ws could not save. mouwr, v vctma, ueorgina, Gordon. I Uave. Mervin, Lorna ANGUS In. krving memnfy of oear brother Ronald Merlin' Ani gua. who died ,as a result of a accident Aptil 1. AM. Hia life was aameat. hi aetl aid. . . . . ...A generous hand and an active mlnd ' , ' Anxious to pleas, loa h to offend. A lorina? Jbrother a id faithful ' ' friend. ' '. I... -Maneon. NOrrU. Kerineihj rald -and Earl. . BERARD In loving inemory of a dear father, and grandfather. Albert Berard. who daeaed away Jon April L14. We ofterTWt and Wonder What you would My and do If you only knew the changes . Since God parted Us from you. To some you are forgotieit To others part of the past. But to ua who loved and lost you . Your nSemory will always laat. Wife. Children and Grandchildran. BORTS In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother. Ida Doris Borta. who naaaad away ApnU 1. !B. tier memory to ua la ever aear. At this, the -clone of anflither ytar t.. The yearnings for her are keener still, f The vacant place no ton -can '1UI. , Myrtle 8yd and Grandchildren. '. ": 105 - . - i totemic, 'AT.'' was made Tuesday night to wno was proua ot nia nen figures, songs, dances." to study apd- adraire.r Journal Photo by Dominion Wide) IN KEMORUMS (Cont from Preceding; Column! tODGINS--ln. lovinc men . out-dear mother; Emmelind Lily HodKins, who departed this bit April K 195. . Thouch her-mile it gone Jpttver And her habd we cannot touch - Still we have' ma mattv memories r M lh-oe'eloiredo much- f rier memory la our'aeepsaae With whlch-fell never part. Cod ha her In Hi keeping. . W have her in our heart " Sadly mined by daughters, Madeline. Fern and Jean. LALONDE In lovihg ipemory of a dear huaband rther and grandfather, Luc Hj Lalonde. who ps led away AprU L-J1960. ; If somewhere You are watchtrtg, From Coda Great Land, up . above. i - - ' . Yoti know that Iwe remember - With tendeiSs?J ' and ' love . W Family. of a beloved rather, i J a m c a Percivai McMullin, who passed away 2 years ago today, AprU cvec tenieinrierca. iBUl and Wile. McVXTTTY -r- In loving memory, of my parents, Margaret Mcvemy. who died Aprli I, 1957. and W. Beatf ie McVeltAy, who died May a.. im. - . Memory drifti to acenea long past. Tim Ua oni but memortea last. FREOlN. OARRETTr Dignified runeials. moderate ciurgea. M Somerset ( W RAC1KK AND aefc232-S raerwesu- xu-tti. . ROBERT. 2SO BCS 0: tast view brancBJ log T Olmstaad Sitr t 1BXAN FUNERAL Olmstaad Straot. WHSLAN FUNERAL HOME. PER sorial aervic. reference., at: Cooper, 233-liaa . : -4- MtEvorBrothexs Limited OuaWa's Largest Funeral Hos PARKING FACILITIES AIR CONDI UUNLU ENTRAL LOCATIONi ESTABLISHED 1923 235 KENT ST. ! 232-5337 10 CEMETERY MEMORIALS' B?OWN. ROBERT AND SON, 271 232-732. Sine psrka at Bay. lgTT. i 10S8 RORQn t r fLowers f6r ALL OCCASIONS O Proulx Rkleau, 233-7793; ft Bank. 332-1383. FINE'S r 0WERS LTD. W THREE LOCATIONS 332 Bank St. 23S-7261 8 CarUng Ave 722-4241 dt Drive 123-1743 EARRING. CAMEO DROP. MANOR Park. Reward. Telephone CE4- vard Tele 193. GLASSES, BLACK FRAMED Saturday, Vicinity Wentworth, : Lawn. Reward. 828-1910. SMALL - REGISTERED DOBER . man Ptnaciier, 'no tag. light brown, female; Under veterinarian care. 733-2124. BIFOCAL GLASSES., VICINITY Slmpaone-Bears. 7Z2-43. LOST. STRAYED OR PICKED UP about March 13. from otuwa South, tan male terrier,' short hair, king tall. IMS. tag. S30 i ward for this pup alive 333- 762P. - i 3 HOUNDS, ONE BLACK-TAN; other reddish. MaUkoff district : Reward. 333-5806, 109 A fop CAT. WHITE. MALE. ON Ciemow awniw near isyon. 333-2087. .. X ' KEY CASE. RED. CORNFR OF Byron and Holland, Friday. March- IT7 728-80O0. BICYCLE., JUNIOR SIZE, BOY'S, no licence, on' HUIlardX Avanue 728-8230. ' . ( (Continued on Neart Column) ro 107 j fUXERAl DIRECTORS . 1 EL ' II 231 vers! m lost - . - 109A , FOURO; ' (Cont. from Prcdin Colunff LADY 8 RING. HEART SHAPED. ilon. Parkwav Apartmrnit crca. Umt wck! 82S-22a yenin. rOUNb ADt . rsti IN OUR AIM TO PROVIDE OUR reader with th' Hnet wrvtc po-ibl Tht Journal will publish lit thU column f re of charga for 3 days all arti'clea or pat, which our' reader may - find. -Simply dial .536-1511. CUuifled Departmeot. , 110 WHERE TO CO OVER 300 SINGLE UNATTACHED member.' enjoying the Erlend-J hip Club. All . ace- welcome 237-1871. . 'r-- : 201 APTS., run TO III ACROSS FROM PARK, 27S rtOR-ence. . One bedroom. S73. 234- 2ii0. , , , .. , ADULTS. I . BEDROOM, IQUIP-ped. aundeck. weaher. d r y r, i parking free. Pouton. 75 Holland Avenue,-1 28-1834. .. . .' . AN OUTSTANDING 1 BEDROOM . aunken living room, dining area, newly . decorated. $123. CE3- '8681. - i v. . . . - v April (. modern 2. bedroom. living, "dintnf. leciricaily equlp- peo. packing, oryer. mi, la- APRIL FREE, 2-BEDROQM. SU3, iz Mepean. Ta-ajoa. APRIL. -I BEDROOM. EQUIPPED. West. End. (83. APRIL . 1, 1-BEDROOM. ELEC, trlcally equipped, rfe avail- able. . waveriey, (i.y Itoyai Trust Co.. a-aoo. APRIL " J-BEDROOM APART- fVinent. ejecttlcally equipped, S8S. ARli. CENTRAL. MODERN. vom, equipped.' heated; adults. $110. 233-1 ISO. RLINGTON 2 BEDROOM. 3RD floor. AprU 30. 870. ' 722-8263. 23O-301S. -...... THE IXINGTDN SOZ-SLVERDALE I- Lnd 2-BEDROOM APARTMENjj J v luuisui . 733-7884 . HLONt AVENUE BETWEEN Byron and' Richmond Road. flrsn mnrtism i bedr upper duplex -equipped, garage J May l72-O303: , , VE. LARGE LIVING itcben. bedroom, adulta. ew building. Glebe, 748 ATTRACTIVE LOWER DUPLEX. garage.i aubiet until Sept. . 1 33-2003. , .. - .. - l.j... ATTRACTIVE 1 BEDROOM, rga living and dining rooms Mrata kitchen entrance. 8133. E8-aoai. . . , i . ., - II ACTIVE. . SPACIOUS 2-BED- m upper duplex, Powell near BRonspn. CE3-OD24. - AVAILABLE. 880' MONTHLY, heated flat, refrigerator, atove hbt water. Adulta. 243 Flora ILABLE.. I AND -.rBED- , anartmenta. 330 McArthur. SI View. T71-930S. J -a 1 AVAILABLE. 1 BEDROOM. iiulpped. parking-XOO Lavergne, 4i I. -Eaatvtew. 'THfe DOU1V1LLE: 383 BESSERER AT FRIEL The Ideal apartment home. Call Mr. Holt .232-5091 AVAILABLE ' APRIL 1. 34 Norman Street. Wast End. 4 AVAILABLE. 3 BEDROOM TRI plex. Manor Park Hill, e x e 1 u-X alva reaidentui area. Kitchen suitable for dining plus eeperate dining room, equipped. 748-6940 AVAILABLE CENTRAL 8-ROOM. equipped, parking, 8100. 332' 0S28. . -x AVAILABLE. KITCHEN AND EX-tra room, suit I. 411- Preston CE8-SOOT-3. . . ... AVAILABLE, MODERN . 3-BED- room triplex. Eaatvtew. equipped, Venetian blinda fireplace, yard. 3113. PA3-S333. AVAILABLE MAY 1. ADULTS. 3-bedroom upper duplex, heated, balcony, garage. . 728-3780. The ACADIAN 153 Nepean Street- Closest to everything . downtown .. 'WALK TO 1 ! Work) 1 ".I;. Shopping Entertainment Open for inspection . 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily . or call , 237r1868 for.inforrnation and colorful brochure. AVAILABLE, 2-BEDROOM, ELTC - trically ' equipped, garage. .880. 112 Hi Wellington. 712-8413. AYLMER. MODERN APARTMENT, heated, after 4. 884-4811. BACHELOR. LARGE FIREPROOF building, electrically . equipped. : laundry room facilities Daytime CE2-3222; eveninga TA3-2131. BACHELOR, MODERN. MacLAREN Street, carport, balcony, TV lounge, 93, CE3-838I. , 1 BACHELOR;. MANOR PARK, quipped! May possession. 1 room, 873. 232-8042. BEAUTIFUL 3-BEDRQ0M. SPACI oorx P rtm n ty electricallyf . equipped,' wall to wall carpets 1 Apply 204 St. Monlqus, Apt. 2. 1 Fsatview. (Continued on NexVColumnI ATTRACT1 ' room, k 8f0. Ji 42B8. . Phom, 236-7511 201.: APTU FUTJ TO IE! (Cont.' Fi'Oin Preceding: Column! BLACKBURN. APARTMENTS. S3S Somerset, near Elgin. 1 oeo. room. -living yoom. dining room and Jlen- Apply auperin-tendent. ' X-x-..- .. ., BRITANNIA. v EXCLUSIVE ' 3-7- bedroom, split-level apartmtnt : Corkstowit Road. 8114. Royal . Trust Company. CES-4300, : or ' . J . superintendent. TA8-3o8. - . t- ' . " f CENTRAL. MAY I. LIVING J room . with fireplace, dining. , , room. 3 large-bedrooms, modern kitchen. Janitor "services, ffe hot'...- , water. 3100. 722-2838 .' . . . - CASTLE TOWERS 1171 Wellington : 'Bachelors, I, 3 Bedrooms,. F.iirnehed or Unfurnished,' Dripesv ' : vl722-778'6 Weekdays im to f p i 7 Sunday 3 to r CENTRA-. 3 -BEDROOM APART-ment. kving room, dining room, electrically equipped, hot water ' aupplled. 1100. AvaUaWe May 4. 233-3384 CENTRAL. VICINITY TECHNICAL school, one bedroom, 837; two bedrooms. 377. Electrically' equipped. 74V8323. CENTRAL". I -BEDROOM APART-. ment, aubiet May 1 -Sept 30, 890. CE3-7118. evening CE4-4208- CENTRAL. BACHELOR. . IM apartment .building.. electrlceM-; equipped. - Avstlab ' 7826 or 234-73XV ble now. 723- CENTRAL BEDROOM. N decora parking, 31 X80! CENTRAL. 2 BEDROOMS. UV, ing room., equipped kitchen, 3t piece bathroom, second floor, April, 398. iM'3thl. -,. .. CENTRE f O V N. BACHELOR apartment, 3nd floor, bedsitung. ' kitchenette bathroom, electrical- Tly- eqMsppcdvLugar Street. 777-,' THE. CANAblANA 60 DALY at WALLER ' ( ,hn mediate and liter occupancy. . i- Pm to p.m. 233-8042 : C.". A. Fitzsimmons and Co. 1 ' Limited PFATjftPS 232-7185 CENTRE . TOWNi TOP APART-. ment. excellent condition, quiet; comfortable. Mr. Allen. 733- J031.. . CHURCHILL, 371. 3 BEDROOMS, electrically equipped. 110.' CE2-: 6802 r i CHURCHILL. 2-BEDROOM. LI V. ing dining . roonvkitchen. . bal cony. PA9-3834. - DESIRABLE 1. 3 BEDROOM , aultea. furnished. - unfurniehed. , Every convenience. Days, 749- " 4v, eveninga, 740-1771. inga, 7-46-1771. DUPLEX. UPPER. 4 ROOMS AND baft, lower, 4 rooira and bath, garage, recreation room, laundry ' tuba, privata entrances, - complete. 3139. 234-0019 EASTVIEW. 1 BEDROOM. 2ND - floor. Mated, parking. .749-8411. EASTVIEW. 2-BEDROOM APART, ment, freshly decorated, electrically equipped, dryer. 890. SHA-0418. SHft-8379. ii EASTVIEW. 2-BEDROOM APART-., ment. - electricallyy ' equipped, parking. 393. 113 Vachon. 743 ' 3384. THE rnor Metcal.fer 330 METCALFE STREET A Convenient Downtown . Address . OFfERS . v , BACHELOR " i-2"bedroom;apts. Telephone-235-4087 Owned and Managed . by ,. x." THE ' GREAT WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY Resident management assure 1 high standing of service Ind secyrity. v - EASTVIEW. MODERN 3 BCD-rooms, ground floor, equipped kitchen, tiled bathroom. 8110 May. 749-7304 X, f. EASTVIEW LOWER DUPLEX, large living room and bedroom, apackma kitchen washer, dryer. 983. Evenings, 749-8243. EASTVIEW. MAY-L UPPER DU- - plex. 3 bedrooma. balcony, near. 1 ran sporran on. mosi cttan. Adults. 748-0348. ' EASTVIEW. MODERN 3 BED- room near room, equipped, free parking, bill. 743-3313. ELDERLY COUPLE AS CARE-' taker, baehelor apartnient. Re' duced rent foejwnriee, 232-5222. EXCLUSIVE. 3. BEDROOM apartment, dining ronhr gTg oanay rim, may 1. tit4-ou7. FOUR ROOMS, NtWLYJD ECO R-ated. immediate, occupancy. 9V KLnton Avenuet 729-4729. ' ' 1 FRANCONNA. 323 FRANK BE j tween o Connor and Mete a I f , new modern. 1 and 2-bedr 00m auites? parking. 232-8883, 338- 7197. .1 FREk RENT UNTIL MAY. AT tractive. , 2 Ix-nAlooma Sandy Hill, equipped, parking MS,, uj-sHni. THE SUMMIT 286.W1LBROD Still availably, bachelor, $93; l'bedrootn, $120: 2- bedroomr$t4S; 2-oedroom, 2-bathrooni.-$t75. ' ! Superintendent on. - Premises or S.- ., . 237-2330 - (Continued on Next Column! EWLY - OOT 233- . ret- GoVe T - V ' X '.v f- " - -: -' ''''' ' 'a .;3k ' a t . , a 8 IAAal AA. I

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