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Phone 236-7511 '.I "Ottawa's Mosf Progressive Want Ad Section Phone 236-7511 Deaths -I By The Canadian fre, ! Mrndoia City, Argentina Alejandro Lavoranie, 27. former Argentine hevy weight boxing champion; as the..rkesu!t of a ring Tfijury suffered in September 1962. Budapest f rigyes scfiail," 67, Hungarian heakh minister. I Belleville, Dnt. Lewis Ros-roe Robson. B6. Progressive Conservative member of he Oruarto .legislature for i years um;l his appointment as sher:ff of -Hastings' Coffnty ;n l!5S: of heart attack Tpronlo'. - "?au! 'Armstrong McClelland, manager of the service bureau of, the Bell Telephone Company of Canada Limited, and chairman of the Metropolitan Toronto Traffic Safety 'Council,- m ; : ' ,. ", ' Toronto Rolph Reesor Corson, 83, of Toronto, honorary board chairman of Chartered Trust Company. Toronto William J. Cui-ver. 42. executive secretary of th Ontar,o Brewer's Institute and a former detective inspector on the Toronto, police department, of a heart attack. Today and Tomorrow TODAY Ottawa Philatelic Society. Chateau Laurier, 8 p.m. Ottawa and District Association for Retarded Children, J5t. John's Anglican Church jjall. Elgin and Somerset Streets' ati-nuarmeeting, 8JS p.m. f "Waiting for Godot." Uhive-sity of Ottawa Drama "Guild, Academic Hall, 8.30 p.m. Mobile Red Cross Blood Donor. Clinic, all day. Sir Alexander Campbell Building, Riverside .Driven '" Women's Missionary Society, open meeting, Cajvary Baptist Church, 8 p.m. '" '7 Cardinal Heights parents meeting , for -discussion on Frenc h teaching, Fairfield School, 8.30 p.m. "One. Mad Night," St., Jo-, seph's Parish Hall, 8.30 p.m. .Illustrated lecture, ".After Abstract Impressionism," arid 'Urnage and Object Makers," by Sam Hunter, National' Gallery, 8.30 p.m. TOMORROW f Motile Bipod-Donor. XlmiU- Ordnapce Depot, PloiiTfe Park, Prestonand Oak Streets. 1 3.30 p.m. Organ Recital, William Wick-ett. Westboro United Church, 815 p.m. Film, "Midsummer Night's Dream," Museum. 8.15 p.m. , ' "BriEadoon.' Orpheus Society production, T e c h n I c a 1 School, 8.15 p.m. "Waiting for Godot," University of Ottawa Academic Hajl, 8.30 p.m. , "One Mad Night." St. Jo-( seph's Parish Hall, 8.30 p.m Journal Subscription Rates Journal koine delivery semes, which If guaranteed Is available anywhere In Ottawa, Ball and surrounding district as wen as b towns and vUlaget lit the Ottawa Valley. CaJV'-7Jll 'or home delivery service. bally home delivery rates are 4Sc pet week collected by carrier every second week. Saturday only delivery Is aba available, call Z3s- 1JII. . - Single copy rates are Jc per copy Monday U -Friday aad lte oa Saturday. , -'. By . mail Canada. Commonwealth countries aad Armed Forces Over seas dally One Tear, SU M. Six Months, 17. Ss. Three Months, S4.2S. One Month, 1S. Saturday only by saail per year ar tsc per copy. Valtod lUtet, Aoitralla and Foreign countries dally One Vsar, ' its Months, SU M. One ' Month. I3s. Saturday only by all Sl. 44 per. year or Jee per copy. Journal Box Replies C J7 D. 107. 178 18fl 188 193 199 308 310 311 223 223 234 238 343 344 349 300 301 ,313 814 .818 319 325 328 335 337 339 340 343 344 348 357 -360' 369 '372 378 381 382 387 393 395 397 . 400 413 418 423 431 434 Rooming House Owners . . a handy guest receipt book is yours fijee. Write or phone TMiiSS Scott ' 236-7511 BIRTJ&. 'V'- BALL Allan and:Margarw"are happy to announce , the arrival-of a son at the Ottawa Civic '..Hospital on, Monday. Ma,rch 30. Both, well. DAOUST Mr. and1 ' Mrs. Paul Daoust wish to announce the birth of a daughter, Wednesday, pnl I. J964. at Ottawa Civic Hospital. A sister for Jacques, Pierre, Charles and "Miche1!. EDWARDS We's ajid Clau-dette (nee Milsom) announce the arrival -of .Cainne Elizabeth,: 7 lbs, 7 ozs.. on April 2, 1964. at the Ottawa C1vic Hospital. ..A sister ... .for Stephanie. - , v . . FALUS Jack and Norma, (riee Burbidge) are proud to announce the arrival of a , son, April 1. 1964, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. A brother for : Sandra. -. ' '' GAUVREAU To Gerry and Ginette (nee Robin) on Tuesday, March 31. 1964, at the Sacred Heart1 Hospital, Huli a da!ughtexJ?ancy. B6th weltr GORMAN Mr. and' Mrs. 'Vretl Gorman (nee Brenda Lacosta) announce the arrival of a son ort Wednesday, April I, 1964. at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. GUEST Richard and Theresa are happy to annbunc the birth of a daughter. Mar i Riche'le. at Ottawa Civic ' Hospital, on Wednesday, April 1, 1964.. .-'..",.., JOHNSON Dr. and Mrs. Donald C. Johnson are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their son, Donald Charles Edward Jr., on Monday, March 30. 1964. at the Ot-tawa Civic, Hospital. Both well. 11 KEALth-Jerry and Mary (nee Wright) are happy to announce the arrival of a son, 9 lbs., 11 ozs.,-on April 1, 1964. Both well. ; LAMAR To Joan (rtee Cressy) wife of Frederick H. Lamar, a daughter, born Saturday, March 28, 1964, at Ottawa Civic Hospital. ... '. SKRYPNYK To Pat and Ray. " girI-l,bs- "H. ,at the Grace Hospital on Wednes day, April I, 18(64. A sister for Susan The Journal ; has made V available a booklet of appropriate , In Memoriam notices wordings. Please phone or write Miss Allen or come in for- your copy. 237 Queen St. 236-7511 DEATHS BEAUCHA-MP. J. Arthur On Monday. March ; 3t), ', 1964, aged 64 . years': "J-',". Arthur ; Beauchamp. husband of the ; late Germaine Deschenes, father of Jean-Paul, Mrs. ; Abbe Surette (Jacqueline), brother of Edmond.. Emile, Achijle, Eugene, Elie. Funeral a, Saturday from ' Gauthier iFu-neral- Home. 259 SI. Patrick, for Requiem-High Mass at the Basilica - al 9 o'clock. Interment Nptre Dame cemetery, Hull CAMERON- Marian Gladys In hospital Tuesday,; March 3-1; 1964. Gladys Humphrys. be- "... loved wife of Alex F. Cam- eron, 131 Holland Avenue. dear mother, of Mrs. G- G. Fields '. (Marian), ' P o i n t e Claire, and Graham Oxuyt -of Ottawa; stepmother of Elizabeth and Louise Cam- , . eron; dear 'sister of Phyllis, : TEdward (Ned) "and Archibald; also survived by six grand- ' children. Resting at Veitch-Draper ttd.v Parkdale at Gladstone. Service in St. BarnabasjAnglican" Church . Friday, 10 a.m. Interment i Beechwood cemetery. CHRISTOPHER. Victoria In .iiospital. in New Rochelle, NY. . on Monday. March 30, , , 1964, Victoria Mills, widow of Bertie A. 'Christopher of 401 Daly Avenue, aged 74 years, dea.r mother of Bert and Mrs. Ross Moffetl (Edith), of Ottawa; Alfred, of Montreal, and the late Mrs. J. R. Carroll (Alice), sister of Mrs. George Pallett (Maude), of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapeli 315 McLeod Street. Service Friday, 2 p.m. Interment Pine-'crest cemetery.' CONNORS.- Frank L. On Tuesday, March 3L 1964. at Quebec. Honorable Frank L. - Connors, beloved husband tf Irene O'Corine'll,. father of Commander Thomas E. Connors, R.C.N, Ottawa, Frank D. Connors, of Clarkson, Ont, "and Mrs. Douglas - Baker, Montreal; son of the late Mr. ' and Mrs. Edward - J. Connors of Ottawa and brother of Mrs. B. M. Davidson and Mrs. Emile Gravel of Ottawa. There re 11 grandchildren. Funeral Sat urday morning from Thomas Kane Parlors, Decarie Boule yard, to St. Raphael's Church, Outremont, for Sol emn Requiem High Mass at nine o clock. Interment in Montreal. " ELLSWORTH. Michael James At his home, 1241 King ston Avenue, Tuesday, March 31, 1964. Michael James Ells worth (solteijtor. Crown As sets Corporation), aged 46 years, beloved husband of Ruth Jewkes and dear father of , Ruth r (Mrs. Frederick York), Catherine and Ml chaelle, beloved son of Mrs. Catherine Ellsworth.: Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Thursday to St. Bonaventure Church for Requiem High Mass at 9 a.m., then to Halifax to rest at the Cruikshank Funeral Home. Funeral and interment Saturday in Halifax. flNDLAY, Dr. Campbell A. In hospital Thursday, April t 2, 1964, Dr. Campbell - Al Findlay,. beloved husband of Thelma Ceraldi, of 248 Irving. Avenue, father of Nola and Michael, brother of Dr. C A. Findlay. of Calgary, Kenneth, of Manotick and Mrs. N. English, of OtUwa;. fn his 60th year. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street Service Saturday, 3 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens.: . FLORA. Dr. Walter S. On Thursday, April 2, "1964, In hospital, Dr. Walter S. Flora, 42.1 Huron Avenue, beloved husband of Bessie Jean Scott, brother of Harry L "Flora of Winchester, Dr. Fred A. Flora of Toronto and Mrs. Fred C. Thompson (Marguer ite). , Ottawa. - Resting Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street Service Saturday, 1 p.m. Interment Maple Ridge cemetery. Friends may call after '10 a.m. Friday. - -,"' (Continued on Next Column! , SALT CONTENT SALT LAKE Crry-Accord-ing to the U.S. Geological Survey, the Great 'Salt lake contains" 400 million' tons of salt rHDRTLANDCrater Lke In Oregon is generally believed to be the deepest on the North American continent .. , - 104. I- - i,-- . ... , f a a a a- a a, a- a a a a a a a f K It ; NEEDS NEW IiaSlE . This' chubby little fellow, a male sitf-wcek-old block and white mixed Collie, is looking for a new home. He can be found in Shelter 1633 at the Ottawa .Humane Society. 95 Bayview Road. He can be yours on payment of $6.25, a fee charged to partially offset costs of keep. . - v .. 104 DEATHS j (Cont ' from Preceding Column! . GILES, Lawrence Leslie In hospital; Tuesday, March 31, 1364, Leslie Giles,' 35 Strath-cona, husband of- the late Agnes McGIashanrfather of Keith, Clayton and Robert, brother of -MrsY: Ethel Flynn. George, Alger and Charles, in his 68th year. Resting Veitch- Draper Ltd.; Bank at Carling. "Service jn chapel Friday 2 j).m. Jnterment D u n ai ng , cemetery, "East templMon-V.' HENDERSON. William Ralph In hospital. Thursday. April! 2. 1964. Williani Ralph Henderson, beloved husband of Agnes Hazel Clarke, dear father of Mildred (Mrs. Donald Redmond), in his 81st year. Resting at the Vice and Craig Funeral Home, Church Street, Winchester, where service will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. Inter ment Maple Ridge cemetery. McKEE, Mary Ann Laura At Wakefield Memorial Hospital on Thursday, April 2. 1964, Mary Ann. -Laura Milford widow "of the late Charles McKee. Kazabaxua, Que., in her . 82nd year, mother of Mrs. C. P. SL Paul (GreU), .Kazabazua, Que.; Mrs. Clin ton Anderson (Freda) and Mrs. R. E. Offer (Eva). Ot tawa, and sister of Samuel Milford, , Kazabazua, Que Resting at McConnery Fu neral Home, Kazabazua, Que. , Funeral arrangements later. PORTElC Joseph D. At his residence, 694 Berrl Street, . Hull, Que., orr Wednesday, April 1, 1964, Joseph D Porter, beloved" husband of Francis M. Duff, aged 79 "-years, dear father of Mrs John Hartwell (Doris) of Moncton, N.B., and Dougias of Otta war Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street: Service Saturday 2 p.m. Interment Capi-tal Memorial Gardens. RI VOIRE, Joan Rosemary In New York City, on Tuesday, March 31, 1964, Joan Rosemary Haddow, beloved wife , of -Robert Thomas Rivoire. daughter of Elizabeth Had dow and the late Ernest Haddow, sister of Major Herbert Haddow, Percy, Evelyn. Mrs. L. Lancier (Kathleen). Mrs. D. Connerty (Barbara). of Ottawa; Mrs. . A. Haddow (Dorothy), of Toronto; Mrs. A. Whitfield (Doris), of Burl " ington, Ont., ageK29 years. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod MreeL bcrvice Friday, 3 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial " Gardens. , -.n:'"T :":r i ': -, ij. :: SA VARY, Lorenzo On Tues day, March-31, 1964,jged 73 years, Lorenzo Savary, hus band of Florence Lacaille, brother of. Rene. Funeral : Friday from Gauthier Funeral Home, ,259 St ; Patrick, for ""Requiem-High Mass at the Basilica H 8 o'clock. Inter-; ment Notre Dame-cemetery. (Continued on Next ColOmnl HIGHEST POINT DA LLA$ Highest point In Texas is Guadalupe peak with a 9,000, foot altitude. HEAD CAPACITY, i NEW YORK The . head of the Statue of Liberty can ac commodate about -30 adults. -:. fx 104 DEATHS . (Cont Fxam Preceding Column! TANDY, James Howard Suddenly at Hollywood, Florida, Wednesday. April 1, 1964, James' Tandy, beloved- hus- , band -by first marriage of the late Helen Corbett and Alice ,, Welch Johnston, 315 Holm- wood Avenue, stepfather of Mrs. M. E. Halladay (Claire). New Westminster, BC, Don ; Johnston, of Ottawa Restine " J, ,, : " -i c i u i I a i aiuug. octv nc in viiapci, Saturday at 11 a.m. Jnter-ment Pinecrest cemetery. : VENNE, Anita On,' Wednesday. April 1, 1964. ; in hospital. t Xnita Legault, beloved wife of Henri Ar(Harry) Venne; dear "mother of Mrs. WiEiam Mason (Louise), Mrs.' Joseph Wackid (Marie); . sister of J. Henri and J. Bruno, Mrs. Jeanne : Beaudry and Miss Yvonne, aged 56 years. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Resting at Racine-and-RobertLtd260 Besserer Street. Funeral S'at- urday to Ste. Anne's Church for Requiem High Mass at S ; a,m,! Interment 1 Notre Dame.i Ottawa. - . ; , , t "'ics;- WOODHUS, Harold Sidney 4n Ottawa. Tuesday, March 31, 1964, Harold Woodhus. beloved husband of the late -. Ida Amelia Campbell, ,dear father of Mrs. A. H. .Bangs '(Florette),,,Hawkesbury, and , Douglas, Brockville. Private service was held from the Tubman Funeral Home on Wednesday. Interment Pine crest Cemetery. VEITCH-DRAPER LIMITED .-' FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKDALE CHAPEL. 728-487S Cameron,- Marlon Gladys. Serv- ice St. . Barnabas Anglican-Church Friday 10 a m. B A.flT St,: iCfi APEL jf 238-0888 ' Giles. Lawrence Leslie'! Service . in chapel Friday 3 p.m, Tandy, Jamca Howard. Service in chapel Saturday 1il a.m. HULSE & PLAYFAIR , . " Limited - FUNERAL DIRECTORS Central Chapel 315 McLEOD ST. 233-1143 West Chapel 1098 BYRON AVE. 728-1761 LATEST INFORMATION : CFRA DAILY, 6.30 P.M. Chrlatopher. Victoria. -Findlay. Dr. fcampbell. " . Flora, Dr. Waltear S. Porter. Joseph D. ' Rivoire, Joan' Rosemary. Wsinwright, Georflna Florence. 105 IN MLM0R1AMS BOWERMAN In lovlrot memory of my dear dad. WilUam G ' Bowerman; who went to heaven Aorll 2. 1963. ! miss you dad when t-drive In f the drive you are not there. When It si time to unpack you are-notllhera to help ma. When I go In tha house you ara not there with your precious smtte .When I leave you arc novUn tha doorway wttlryoor Jovtna smile and good wianea or noodhye, but as I drive home In tha nicht and look up into tha sky I see your face and know I nav your love , and prayer with ma aa always, 6adljr miaaed by Mrs Betty Schular, -. of Rochester, NY. BOWF.RMAW In !ovltf memory 'of a 1r f rand father and (Teat srrsndfather. WlUlam Bowerman, who passed away AprU a, 13 Snrlly minsed and ever remembered .In our prayers, . i : Joan. Gerry, Bruce and Barry.. - i Journal. Want Ads -bring quick results. 1 10S ' III MEMORUMS (Cont Irom'Precedlnij Coiumn) SRDV tit fond- rvd J o v In mrrnorv ol- ier father iihd g rnndftherr-Lwrenc A. Brdy ' whi plumed awy April 2. 1HSW. Sad and sudden waa the cl. -S drarly tov4 .ty on and alii Hit himory w as twl today,; . in th hour h pasaed away. . .AIwavs remembered ' Noel, Therraa and family, - CRAWrORD In loving memory of a dear tnnthct. Margaret E Cra-wford. who paaaed. away April J . I8.M. t.vjer. remenlwed. , - - ., Tha FanrtlV.. a itor wile; Eunice, .who Euwsvd God took .her. ho..,i, it, wa. HjtSMAtL REGISTERED DOBER-But -n" mvVrjesrt ane live t h 1 Pinr.n, no tag. light till. "": ' i J brown, female . Under vetenna- -Wayne. EVOV '-a- In town piemony of a . dear father ' and grandfather. - George Evoy, who aad away Apru a, ihi; Some may think you are forgotten, - - ' . Though on earth you, arc no -more; But in memory jrou ere with us. - Aa you always wre nefore, v .Marion and Tamily . : HADDOW ' In loving' memory of a dear husband, father - and grandfather, Ernest . Haddow, who entered Into rest AprU, 2. . I ;S8 '.-'.. ' r - Love's greatest gift , Remembrance. , WU ami ramUy. HADDOW In loving memory of a dear lather and grandfather. , Ernest . Haddow. who passed away AprU 2. 1958, i ' Sunshine fades and shadows fall, '"But sweet remembrance, outlasts all-. ..Barbara. - Douglas and '. Oiildren. '.-j. . -V KANE In kvin-iimeiiory . of a dear father. Jainet Kane, who passed away Apf.1 2. 1950. ' . Ever remembered. , 1 Svlvia and Anthony and- Family- - LAMBERT In loving memory of a near nusftarra ana jainrr, James Lambert, who (teased away April 2, 1A62. Till memory- fadee and Ufa de-' parte. ' You live" forever In our hearts. . wifa and Dauchter. LAMBERT In loviruc memory of, a dear son and brother. Jamea Lambert, who paaNfd away April 2. .1962. ' Gone but not forgotten. Mother. Sister Etaie .Ann. Nieca- Beverly Ann. - ' ;.-nJj-"'"'.;-::" ;' S"'''' - ! LAMBERT In lovrng unemory v James LanibcH.' T'who parted w,y AprU 2. IBS2. Gone is .the face we loved pa .. dear. Silent la the voice we loved to hear; ...'.- , Too tar BWiy for, siaht.or speech. But not too far for thought to roach.' ' ' a-- Swtet to; remenvber him who one 'Was here. And who. though absent, is Jiurt as dear; Slater Alyce. Niece Barbara.. LOGAN In loving memory of a beloved eon and brother fSub Lieut. Gary X. Logan, who wss Kwt at ee on April 3. 1S9. The vears are quickly passing, - Though still wa can't forget. . For in the hearta that love him. His memory lirvgrre yet. Dad and Sharon.- . SALLY In sad and loving tnem- ory of a dear leUier. Vernon Sally, who passed away so suddenly. April 2, I960. There is a link death ' cannot ... save. . - Love and remembrance laat , forever. Do lugtas. SPEARMAN In loving memory of a dear husband and .father. Orr in A. Spearman, who paaaed away AprU 2. 92. The years are quickly passing. Though still wa can't forget. For in the hearts that love him. His memory lingers yet. -Wife and Daughter Luella WAGGONER In fond and cherished memory of my dearly loved uncla.'. Stephen R. Wa-. goner who died very auddenly . April 2 1BSO; . Memories that last forever. , Time can never change or sever Mrs. Irene Little. 106 CARDS OF THANKS FAULKNER It la with the ain-cerest gratitude that we express to our many friends our appreciation of. their kindly expressions, of esteem in the floral tokens and words .of.gvmoathy which came )o us in our'"b-' reavement lh the' loss of a beloved husband and father. These tangible expressions of sympathy have helped to lighten our burden of sorrow. Special thanks to Rev. D' H. Roas and , Dr: Caven and Evans. Mrs. Delmer Faulkner and s-' ' Family. ';---?; 1061 SOCIETIES AND LODGES' EDDY LODGS" NUMBER 41. AF and AM Q R. Tha brethren of tha above lodge are requeatad to attend tha Masonic furWal service for our lata brother. Joseph D Porter, at tha funeral parlor of Hulse and Playfair Ltd.. McLeod Street,: Ottawa, Thursday April 2. p m Members of sister lodges - ara Invited to attend. . Regalia. C, J. Meunier, WM 107 FUNERAL DIRECTORS FRKD N. GARRETT. ' Dlfnlad funerals, moderate charges. B84 Somerset West. 233-4773. - RACINE AND ROBERT. 260 BES-serer, 232-9609: Eastvlew branch, , 300 Olmstead Street. WHELAN FUNERAL HOME. PER-sonal service, reference. SIS '-Cooper-233-1 48S. McEypy Brothers . ' i - -tlm.ted "' ' '.; ."".'" Ottawa's Largest Funeral Home PAIUONG "FACILITIES AIR CONDITIONED CENTRAL LOCATION - - ESTABLISHED 1923 . 235 KENT ST. 232-5337 . , ., 108 . CEMETERY KEMORIA! BOWN. . ROBERT AND SON. ST Sparka at Bay. 331-6732. Sines 1S7T. , I rioRiju FLOWERS TOR ALL OCCASIONS. O Proulx. 0 Rldeau. 233-f73; Bank 2S2-WB5. j 109 10S1 MEDICAL TRANSISTOR MAr . rhln,' vicinity Central Hospital, life saver. Reward..8-aA2 , EARRING. CAMEO DROP. MNOR Park.- Beward., Telephone CE4- "i9i. ' -. . . f . : d L AJl S E S. BLACK -WtAMED. (Saturday. Viriniiy Wentworjh, Lawn, Reward- 828-19f0. GLASSES. BLACK FRAMED. L v. Tuesday, vicinity first Avenue and Ilronaon 234-7747. nans care. 733-2124. LosTy Strayed or picked up . about , March 13. from Ottawa South, Ian -male : terrier, short hair,-kn tatt-wajjas. 830 re- ward ' lor this pup alive. 333-7639. - '. -,' . . : WATCM. GOLD.-. T1SSOT. BLACK fctrapr Bank-Laurier ? area. Substantial re-ward. J33-0O2S, .-r - 109A- FOUKD CAT; WH ITI. MALE,. ON ,, Clemow Avenue hear Lyon. 232-2087 . .. KE'VCASE, RED, CORNCK OF Byron ' and Holjand. Friday. March 27. 728-Ol0. . BICYCLE. JUNIOR SIZE, BOY'S, no licence, on Hilliard Avenue. '728-A230 LADY'S RING. HEART SHAPED, atone, Parkwav AparUnents area, last week. 028-2239 evenings. FOUND ADS FREE IN OUR AIM TO PROVIDX OUR readers' with the finest service possible The Jotrrnal will pub-luh In this column free of charge for 3 davs all articles or pets, which our resdert may And. Simply dlsl 23A-7MI. Classified Department. 110 WHERE TO CO OVER 500 SINGLE UNATTACHED members enjoying the - Friendship Club. All . ages welcome. 237-1878. ; . , 201 ; iPIS., FIATS TO UI across from park. 27s flor- ence On bedrwMn. - $7 J. 334- ADULTS. 2 - BEDROOM. EQUIP-ped, sundeck, wanner, d r y e r. arklng free. PosaesaTon. 73 Hoi-and Avenue. 729-1834 , ' - adults" i Bedroom" fully equipped Kirk wood Avenue. M7.50 Evening. 723-2733 or 77,7-9671. AN OUTSTANDING 1 BEDROOM, sunken living room, dining area, newly decorated, 1123. CE2-. 8681. - APARTMENT. HEATED. LIGHT-d. large kitchen. Apt.. 1.-96 Spa-dina. . . . APARTMENT. 3 - BEDROOM. Manor Park. Equipped. 5. May 1. 232-8042. APRILTT BEDROOrQUipPEDT Weat End. 8S.722-3232 APRIXi; "2-BEDROOMAPA RT- ment.. electrically equipped, 83. 728-7091. . APRIL I. CENTRAL. MODERN. 2 bedrooms, equipped, heated, blinda. adulta. $110. 23S-1190. ARLINGTON 2 - BEDROOM. 3RD floor. AprU 30. 170 722-823, 236-3016. ' . THE ,. 1EXINGT0N ' 507 RIVERDALE . 1- and 2-BEDROOM APARTMENTS AVAILABLE 733-7884 . ATHLONE AVENUE BETWEEN Byron . and - Richmond Road, large, clean, modern 2 -bedroom upper duplex, equipped, garage-May S. 729-0305. i ATTRACTIVE ' LOWER DUPLEX garage, sublet until. Sept. I 733-2053. - 4- ATTRACTIVE 1 - BEDROOM apartment, equipped. heated, lighted, furnished, living room, washer, dryer, $100. 743-3937.' ATiRACTlvEr"T"B IE OHO "om", large living and dining-rooms, separate kitchen entrance. $133. r CE2-8B81. , ATTRACTIVE. SPACIOUS ?-BED room upper duplex, Powell near Bronaon. CE3-0924. ATTRACTIVE, SPACIOUS, THIRD floor triplex, 1 bedroom, living room, eiectrlcauy equipped .. kitchenette, -' targe dining room. May 1 . McLeod, near Bank, adults. SMI. 733-4986. A 1 ;1 -MONTH FREE Central, bachelor ( - f"7 C Electrically equipped:'? ' V " . 728-3446 Evenings . 234-3141 AVAILABLE. I AND 3 - B E D-room apartments, 330 McArthur, Eastvlew. 771-3366. AVAILABLE. I BEDROOM. equipped, psrklng. 160 Lavargnc, , Apt. 1, Eaatvlew. AVAILABLE APRIL 1. 4 Norman "Street,. West End, 4 rooma. AVAILABLE. 3 BEDROOM TRI-plex. Manor Park Hill, iiclu-aiva residential area. Kitchen . suitable for dining phis separste . dining room, equipped. 746-6040 AVAILABLE. KITCHEN AND Extra room, suit 1. 411 Preston. CE6-5091. - ... AVAILABLE. MODERN 3-BET room triplex, Eaatvlew, equipped, Venetian blinds fireplace, yard. all9. PA2-5533. AVAILABLE MAY 1. ADULTS, 3-beriroom upper duplex, heated, balcony, garage. 728-97R0. AVAILABLE. l-BEDROOM. ELEC-Irlrally equipped, garage, $80. 1221 'S Wellington. 322-B4I3. ' AYLMER. MODERN APARTMENT, heated, after 4. 684-4B11. (CtJflUnued on Next Column! 108B , a a i a a a a a, . -..a.a a a a .J,.A 4.AAAA AAAa.AAAAA A 2otApn., funio in (Cont. From Precedinf Column! BACHELOR, LARGE FIREPROOF, building, electrically " equipped. laundry -room facilities. Daytime CE2-S222: ; evemngsTA3-2Jl.M BACHELOR, MODERN. MsoLAREN btreet... carport, halconv, TV Ibunge. 83.-,CK3-3ai. . ' . BACHELOR, MANOR PARK. $V. equipped. Mav possession. 1 bed-, room. 75. 232-8042. . BASBLl.NE v ROAD. OPPOSITE Shoppers City, 3 bedrooms, fully .equipped. 130; a bed rooma fully ' equtpiwd SltS Parking plug". 72!i-4lM) 722-109?. evenmgs. BEAUTir tig 2-BEDROOM, 6PACI-; ous a P a r t the n t. electrically equipped. , wall- to wall carpeU. ' Apply ,204 St Monique, ApU 2. Baatvlaw...;'.... "..;--.-,-.! ' BEDROdM.LmN -'chen. private ( bathroom. . S"T ' James.- 234-81 18 after . y bTlung&v lRroGKfwTrTpU-plex, S rooms, 880, 23A-78S1 BLACKBURN. APARTMENTS. 323 , Somerset, near Elgin, .1 bedroom, living room, dining room and den. Apply auparln-tendent. - h . ' ' -; CASTLE TOWERS 7 ' 1171 Wellington : Bachelors, 1. 2 Bedrooms. Furnished or nfurninhrd. Drapes." .. .722-7786 Weekdays a m. pm," ; Sunday J to S CENTRAL. 2 -BEDROOM. APART-, ment. kving room, dining room,' elei-tricaUy equipped, hot water ; aupplied. I1O0. Available May I. 1 233-3384. - , . ... CENTRAL, 2-Br5ROOM U P P ER duplex. A24 Cooper. Heated, , - liithtrd. car plttf. 85 monthly,.' 2;)4-7:0. - . , . : .-. .. CENTRAL. VICINITY TECHNICAL achool. on bedroom. 57; two bedrooms, 77. Electric a (Ty equipped. 743-8323. CENTRAL. -l-BEDROOM APART- ment, sublet May 1-Sept 30. SX). 'CE5-7118. evenings CE4-8308. ...... . C E N T if A U B ACHTLOR, I N apartment building.' electrically equipped Available now. 722-; 7826 or 234-7374. CENTRAL 2-BEDROOM, NEWLY decorated, parking. $100. 233- 6805. : -' CENTRE T.Q.WN. BACHELOR apartment, and floor, kitchenette, bathronrn. bednitting.. electrical- ly equipped. Lugar1 Street. 777- 24I2 i.:: 1- . T.HE:t.i:: " ,. CANADIAN A 60 DALY at WALLER Immediata and later occupancy. Open for inspection daily 1 p m to a p.m. 233-8042 ! - I C. A. Fitzsimmons and Co. Limited REALTORS 2327185 CENTRE TOWN. TOP APART, ment. excellent condition, quiet. I eomlorUblaAllen,JJ33- CHURCHILL. 2 BEDROOM. L1V-, Ing dining room, . kitchen, balcony. PA9-38S4 . electricauv equipped. $1 10. CE2- . 4602. , ,- BeSIRABLE"!. ' 2 - BEDROOM v suites, furnished. Uhfurnished, - Every convenience. Days, 749-8496; evenings, 746-1771. DRIVEWAY APARTMENT. 2-BF.D-room equipped, sunroom. $113. RE3-9000. ,- - : " DUPLEX. UPPER. 4 ROOMS AND bsti. low;r. 4 rooms and bath, garage, recreation room, laundry ' tubs, private entrance, complete. $133. 234-0019, eTSTVIEW. 2-BEDROOM APART- i ..ment, freshly decorated, electrically equipped, dryer, $90. 6H6-0418. SH6-8379. , ' THE ' Governor Metcalfe 330 METCALFE STREET A Convenient Doitntown , Ad&res : :-' :. OFFERS , 'BACHELOR ' 1-2 BEDROOM APIS. : Telephone 235-4087" " Owned and Managed bv r THE GREAT WEST LIFP ASSURANCE COMPANY Resident msnsgement assures a hvgh standing of servire nrt i security. r " EASTVIEW. LOWER DUPLEX, large living room and bedroom, spacious kitche, washer, dryer. $63. Evenings, 749-6245. EASTVi EW. ATTRACTIVE, BEIV rooma, equmped. t ree- washer, dryer. PaTking1. Adulta. 749-4744, 748-0174. "i EASTVIEW. MAY 1. UPPEW.DU-- plex, 2 bed rooms, balcony, near - transportation. Moat clean. Adulta. 746-0348'. EASTVIEW. MODERN 3 . B E D-. room - equipped, frea parking, ... K... IJ1.-14 EASTVIEW, il BEDROOM. 2ND -floor, heaied, 749-8411. WENTWORTH-PLAZA . LUXURY APARTMENTS Private' Balconies, Roof Garden and Swimming Pool. i .. , , , ,v -. BACHELOR. 1- and 2-BEDRO0MS $92.0 . P 258 LISGAR ST. 234-40fi3

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