Friday, December 30, LOCAL CALLS PHONE 238-7511 Deaths By The Canadian Press London, England Lord Brain. 71. famed British neurologist and a consultant during the last illness of Sir Winston Churchill. London, England Alexa Metcalfe. 33. Canadian-born widow of film producer Sir Alexander Korda and former wife of in surance broker David Metcalfe: found dead in her cottage. Montreal Dr. David Ballon. "8. a pioneer in bronchoscopy in Canada: after a heart attack. Oyster Pond Jeddore, N.S. George Myers. 103. one of Nova Scotia's oldest citizens. Today and Tomorrow ' TOMORROW Lighting' the Centennial Flame, Parliament Hill, 7 p.m. City Hall flame ceremony. 7.50 p.m. Irish Society dance, Trafalgar House, 8.30 p.m. Centennial dance. Union Station, 9 p.m. Centennial party, Eastview Recreation Centre, 9.30 p.m. Journal Box Replies A 821 824 846 880 885 902 904 914 957 967 974 B 08 09 13 23 32 35 57 53 District Want Ad At mis CARL ETON PLACE Wllm'l Drug Start. Briooe Street. 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For Sale 7C2 Houses to Rent 703 Houses Wanted to BV 703A Houses Wanted to Rent 704 Offices, Stores to Rent 7C5 Property for Sale f 7ft!A Property for Rent 705B Investment Property 706 Property Wonted 7C7 Out of-Town Property . 70t Farms for Salt and Rent 709 Farms Wanted 710 Cottages for Sole 71 r, A Cottoges for Rent 7106 Cottage Lots 711 Cottages Wonted ' 71 1 A Resorts 71 IB Boys' and Girls' Camp 717 Business Opportunities 711 Financial 7U Warehouse. Space l"-0 Ski-Mobiles 111 Autos for Sal ST? Autos Wnnted 603 Trucks ono Trailers 914 Garages 805 Motorcycles 106 Winter lifng 901 Legal 903 A.KtlOf 1966 The Ottowa Journal 'Ottawa's Most 101 Urfe CROWDER On Dec. 29 .1966, at Winchester Memor ial Hospital, to Carman and Jean (nee Kerr), a son, Murray Freeman. 7 lbs. 8V4 ozs.. a little playmate for Gregory. All well. JONES Stephanie wishes to announce the arrival of a baby sister at Ottawa Civic Hospital Thursday, Dec.' 29, 1966. Proud parents, Gerald and Dawn. LYTTLE Don and Faye (nee Waghora). are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital on Thursday, Dec. 29, 1966. A sister for Donna. Both well. MYERS Doctor Gerald R. and Catherine (nee Beavers), announce the arrival bf Michael. 7 lbs. 3 ounces, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital on Dec. 28, 1966. All well. SAMPLE To Gordon and Joan (nee McLaren), at the Grace Hospital on Wednesday. Dec. 28. 1966, a son. Both well. WHYTE Joseph and Teresa are proud to announce the birth of Teresa Michel,. Dec '27. 1966. at the Civic Hospital. Both welL - 104 ARTHUR. Ethel Mildred In hospital at Carleton Place. Ontario. Thursday, Dec. 29. 1966. Ethel Mildred Garvin, beloved wife of Norman Arthur, aged 71 years. Resting at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, McArthur Ave.. Carleton Place, where service will be conducted on Saturday, 130 p.m. Interment Auld Kirk Cemetery, Almonte. BALLANCE. IsabeUe In hos pital on Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1966. IsabeUe Halfhide, aged 73 years, widow of Ernest Ballance, dear mother of Bud and Dick. Resting Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt - Service in the chapel Friday 1 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. B E L L E C. Mrs. Rene On Wednesday. Dec. 28. 1966. aged 66 years. Rose Proulx, widow of Rene Bellec. of 245 Hinchey. Mother of Henri, Bernard, Robert Maurice, Jean-Paul, Mrs. Joseph Joz-wiak (Cecile). Mrs. Laurier Trempe (Fleurette), Mrs. Clo-rindan Blais (Pauline). Sister of Alphonse, Francois and Jean; Proulx. and Mrs. Francois Bertrand (Berthe); 22 grandchildren. Funeral Saturday from the Racine. Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home. 7 Fairmont Avenue. for Requiem High Mass at St. Francis of Assisi Church at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. BRETZLOFF. Iris Suddenly on Wednesday, 'Dec. 28, 1966. Iris Mabel Harris, be loved wife of Edward Bretz- loft. Niagara Falls, Ontario, daughter of Mrs. Sophia Harris. Charters. Quebec. Dear mother of Zellena. Har ris and Raymondfjfcter of Lloyd and Garlagdf Vancouver. Seymour. Charters. Quebec, and Mrs. Zella Skill noski, Toronto; Mrs. S. Ab- tosway (Beryl). Vancouver. Resting at Hulse and Playfair West Chapel. 1098 Byron Avenue. Funeral service Zion Lutheran Church. Ladysmith, Quebec, on S a t u r d a y - at '2 p.m. Interment Zion Luthe ran Church cemetery. CASSELMAN. Hector W. On Thursday. . Dec. 29. 1966, Hector W. Casselman, hus band of the late Laurette Ladouceur by first marriage. and of Juliette Lagasse, father of Russell, Hull, Roland, Gatineau Point. Mrs. At Reznick (Rita), Mrs. Roland Lefebvre (Pauline), Eastview. Brother of Stanley. Cornwall, Aurel. Toronto, Mrs. Deliica Kenny, Detroit. 18 grandchildren, aged 68. Funeral Monday from Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home. 260 Besserex Street, for Requiem High Mass St Thomas Aquinas Church, 10 o'clock Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. Progressive Want NOTE It tna come I Km etteetlee at The Jtanil that m American cm-cm to, eHerlsvj Deleaved persons eattcas ihet Mve beta carried la ketwiiw tm J samel ead Mtt U.S. Hrmt and TM Jinnul can tain ae minus llty tar Ms actnnies. 104 OeHb (Con! frvrn Preceding Column) COLBORNE, Ernest On inursaay, uec. -a, ioo. Ernest Colborne, dear brother of Mrs. Edward Charles Johnson, aged 66 years. Funeral Monday from Racine, Robert and Gauthier Funeral Home. 259 St. Patrick, for Requiem High Mass at St. Vincent de Paul's Church at 9 o'clock. ' Interment Alexandria, Ont. CRUCHET. Alice In hospital on Thursday, Dec. 29. 1966. Alice Florence Cruchet, 341 Elgin Street, sister of Adrien Cruchet of Masson. Que.; aunt of Mrs. Inez Price. Detroit; Mrs. Sylvia Marion, Masson. Que., and Mrs. Herbert Ide of Ottawa; in her 83rd year. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Saturday 10 a.m. Interment Bucking ham. Que. DAVIS, Mrs. Pearl On Thurs- day, Dec. 29, 1966, Pearl Pappas. of RR1 Thurso, wife of Ernest (Ernie) Davis, in her. 48th year, mother of Brent and Pennie of Buckingham. Funeral Saturday; Dec. 31. at 10.45 from the Vincent Brunet Funeral Home. 115 McLaren Street 'Buckingham, .for service at II ajn. in St Stephen's Anglican Church. Interment parish cemetery. DEACON. Leu In hospital. Wednesday. Dec 28, 1966. Leta. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Deacon; sister of Edson L. Deacon, 31 Russell Avenue. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Service Saturday 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. Friends may, call after 7 p.m. Thursday. ELLIS, John Mason In hospital Thursday. Dec. 29. 1966. John Mason Ellis' of 2067 Fairbanks Avenue, aged 49 years, dear husband of Kay Motte; son of Mrs. Emma Ellis, and brother of Mrs. Leith Stewart (Ethel) and Arthur, all of Charlotte-town, PEL Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod, until 10 p.m. Friday, thence to Maclean Funeral Home, Charlotte-town. PEI, for service and interment FLACK, Lily Laura In hospital, Thursday, Dec. 29, 1966. Lily McGillis. beloved wife of John S. Flack, of 263 Slater Street, mother of Mrs. Eastman A. Davidson (Margaret) and J. Robert Flack. Winnipeg, sister of Mrs. Oral Scheer, Elmer, Peter and Arthur McGillis, all of Ottawa, survived by three grandchildren. Resting Veitch - rrrjrp- I trl Bank Street at Carting Avenue. Service in chapel Saturday 11 a.m. Interment Beech-wood cemetery. FREE LAND. Annie Florence In hosDital on Friday. Dpt. 30, 1966, Annie Florence Gilmour, of Winchester, beloved wife of Robert A. Free-land, dear mother of Ronald. Reginald, Douglas and Earl, of Winchester; Carol, of Manotick; Harry, of Ottawa. in hdr 75th vpar Frionrle may call at the Vice and Craig Ltd. Funeral Home, Church Street Winchester where service will be held qn bunday. Jan. 1 at 2 p.m. Interment Springhill cemetery. GRAZ1ANO. Giacomo In hos pital. Wednesday. Dec. 28, 1966. Giacomo (Jack) Grazi ano. aged 87 years. 183 Louisa Street, husband of the late Giacianla di Tomasso, dear father of Jack, Frank, Mrs. Anne Ricard. Teresa (Mrs. Ernest Lafontaine), Jean (Mrs. Art Toomey). Mrs. Mary McPhall. Rita (Mrs. Art Nichols) and dear brother of Stephano. Resting Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street (Centre Town). Funeral Saturday to St Anthony's Church for Requiem High Mass? 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame. 4 Ad Section' II rV - SOME LIKE IT . . . The sign behind Mike Allen, an ardent skier, indicates just what he thinks of the heavy snow we're getting. He's clearing the white stuff away from the front door of his ski shop, although the . onrush of customers for new equipment should, keep it well .trampled down. - (CP-Journol Wlrtphoto) 104 . Deafts (Cant, from Pracading Column) KARAU. WUliam Frederick In hospital Christmas Day, 1966, William Frederick Karau, aged 96, beloved husband of Martha Wolf gram, of Pembroke RR4. Ontario. Dear father of Mrs. Solomon Ke!o (Rosa). Pembroke; Henry, Rankin, Ontario; Edward. Toronto: Mrs. Verner Schutt (Dor a), Pembroke; Fred, Rankin, Ontario; Hilda, London, Ontario; Edwin, Locksley. Ontario; Mrs. Herb Mau (Irene). Ottawa; Mrs. Herb Monck (Elsa). London, Ontario: Mrs. Walter Kumm (Frieda). Deux Rivieres, Ontario. Also survived by 17 .grandchildren. Funeral on Wednesday. Dec. 28, from St. John's Lutheran Church. Germanicus burial in church cemetery. McCREADY. Agnes Partridge In hospital Wednesday, Dec. 28, 1966, Agnes Partridge, beloved wife of Peter Mc-Cready, of 990 Walkley Road, in her 71st year. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. Service Friday, 3.30 p.m. Interment Beech-wood cemetery. McGlVERN. Sarah In her 92nd year, widow of Michael McGivern. died in Montreal, Friday, Dec. 30, 1966. mother , of Mrs. Edgar du Plessis (Gladys) of Ottawa. Veronica Shanley, Muriel Laurendeau, -Edwin and Walter, all of Montreal. MULDOON, Mary Ellen In hospital on Friday, Dec. 30, 1966. Mary Ellen Cooney. 535 Percy Street age 70, widow of Leo Muldoon and dear mother of Beatrice (Mrs. Ken Price), also survived by 2 grandchildren. Resting at Kelly Funeral Home. 585 Somerset Street West (Centre Town), where friends may call after 2 p.m. Funeral Monday to Blessed Sacrament Church for Requiem High Mass, 8 a.m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery, Quyon, Que. i PERREAULT. Emily At her residence, 404 Laurier Ave. E., on Thursdayt Dec. 29, . 1966, Emily Walsh Perreault " daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward 'E. ..Perreault C.E. Sister of Marguerite Perreault, 'Ottawa and .William Perreault of Montreal. Que., in her 80th year. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod. Funeral private. LONO DISTANCB PHOHR 1INITH HIM NO TOLL CHAROR Vr, IU'aV', 104 Bute (Conr. from Pracading Column) PLOUFFE. Lorenzo In hospi- . tal, Thursday, Dec 29. 1966, Lorenzo Plouffe, aged 64 years, of 247 Waverley Street husband of the late Mary Kate Lame, dear father of Annette (Mrs. Willis Egan) , Stratford, Dorothy (Mrs. Fernand Daig- neault), , St. Catharines. Brother of Samuel, Omer and Mrs. Leyina, Royer Cha- doi. nun. ineo. inomoy, Que., Mrs. Alpha Schock. Toronto, Mrs. A d o I p h e Pepin and Mrs. John Pepin, Vinton, and Mrs. Ronald Rutherford, Perth. 6 grand children. Resting McEvoy Brothers - Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street, after 12 noon Saturday. Funeral Monday to . St Theresa's Church for Solemn Requiem High Mass at 9 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. . T i QU1NN, Bill At his home in St. Catharines. Dec 29, aged 60. Wife Dorothy, brother of Bennet and Dave and Sister St. John of the Sacred Heart, Vancouver. Funeral Saturday, 2 p.m. in St. Catharines. I STICKLER, Selina Suddenly on Wednesday, Dec. 28. 1966, Selina Harris, beloved wife of James Stickler, Chelsea, Que., daughter of Mrs. Sophia Harris and the late Henderson Harris, mother of Mrs. H. C. B. Masterman (Anna-Fay), Ottawa; Mrs. Hugh Jeffers (Rowena), Trini dad, British West Indies; Mrs. J. F. Gomani (Zenith), Toronto; sister of Mrs S. Abtosway (Beryr), Van couver; Mrs. F Bretzloff (Iris), Mrs. F Skulnoski (Zdtla). , Toronto; Seymour Harris, Charters, Que.; Lloyd and Ganand Harris, Van couver. Resting Hulse and Playfair West Chapel, 1098 Byron between Woodroffe and Compton. Service Saturday, Dec. 30, at II am Interment Litchfield, Que. DECLARED INSANE SYDNEY AP) Peter Ray mond Kocan, who was con victed of attempting to murder Australian opposition leader Ar thur Calwell, has been declared insane and transferred from Long Bay jail to a mental hos pital, it was reported today. Ko can. 19, was sentenced to life imprisonment in August after a shot was fired at Calwell June 21. Calwell received only superficial wounds. Journal Want Ads Bring 104 . (Cant, tram Praradlna Calami THEROUX. Elizabeth Sud denly in Ottawa, Thursday, Dec. 29. 1966. Elizabeth Lucy Farm, widow of Horace James Theroux. of Kent.' England, mother of of Mrs. Ted Lintott (Rose), of Kent. England; sister of Mrs. E. T. Bonwick (Rose). - of Ottawa, and Walter Far- ris, of Everett. Washington: grandmother of Mrs. Jeanne Topp and Mrs. Joyce Wadey, Both of Kent. England. Resting Hulse and Playfair West Chapel. 1098 Byron Avenue between Woodroffe and Compton. Service Saturday. 10 a.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. WELLSTEAD. Peter In hospital Friday. Dec. 30, 1966. Peter Wellstead. aged 19 years, dear son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wellstead. 2336 Urbandale Drive, brother of Sandra. Gary, Michael and Christine, dear grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wellstead and Mrs.-Dorothy O'Neill. Resting McEvoy Brothers-Shields Funeral Home. 235 Kent Street, after 12 noon Saturday. Funeral Monday to' Resurrection of Our Lord Church for' Re quiem High Mass 9 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. HULSE & PLAYFAIR Llmjtad . FUNERAL DIRECTORS . Central Chapel 315 MclEOD ST. 233-1143 West End Chape! 1098 BYRON AVE. 728-1761 LATEST INFORMATION CFRA OAIIY 6.30 P.M. . Brattlorf. Iris. Cructrjt. Alka. Darjcon. Lata. Ellis. John Man. Sticklar. Stllna. Titaroua. Eiinbrm. VEITCH-DRAPER IIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS PARKOALC CMAPEL ITLUn BANK ST. CHAPEL rkVOM LATEST INFQRAAATI0N CKPM DAILY 4:50 P.AA. Flock. Llty Laura. Vice & Craig Ltd. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Metcolfg ' - 2130 W-nchnttr 7742130 Chtstgrvillt - 4482120 10S ALEXANDER m loving mamory at who possad owoy Dae JO. lss. Sunshtnt possas. Ihudows toil. Lova's rt-rnambronco autlosts otl; And though the ysors be many or taw. Thay or9 tilled with leiiieiiibimice at you. ' Mllorad. Horry. HoroW. Ruby. Clifford. tsobH. Mormon. BISHOP In laving mamory of o daor husband. Ed Sidney Bishop, who possad owoy suddenly Dec. 30. lM. Sometimes Ifs hard to understand Why some things have to bo. In His wisdom God halb planned Beyond our pour to set. Looking bock with nsemories Upon the pom you troao-I bless the year I nod with you. And leave the rest with God. Birth ond death ore Kke each other. Stepping from one world to "another; So God's loss my goto. His gain, my we poy ei turn the time e Sadly missed and olwoys remembered. WHO Pearl. CHEVRIER In toying memory ot a oeor oromer, emue Ihevrier. who passed owoy Dec. 30. Ives. His memory is OS dear today. As to the hour be passed away. Sister Georgianno COOK Goer goto Dec Jt. tea. God knew that sh was suffering. That the Mils were hard to climb. So He closed her weary eyelids And whispered. "Peace be thine.- Away to the beautiful hUts at God. By me volley ot rest so loir. Soma time, soma doy. art know not e will meat our toved one there. Alice. COOK" In' fond mammy ot o deor friena, Mrs. oenglnu Cook, who passed owoy Dec. 3R, IM3. In memory, o dotty thought; In heart, a silent sorrow Russ ond Audrey. HOWE-SMITH In loving memory of our only oougnter. Lorrotne. wh memory Is as swoet tutknr. As to the hour she passed away. . Myra and Eric Howe. JESMER In loving memory of our aeor sister ona ount. Mrs. L. E Jesmer. who passed away Dec. 31 ISM Too dearly loved to be toi gotten. The McKortie Family. STARTS JANUARY TERM UNITED NATIONS (CP) -Jose Maria Ruda of Argentina will become president ot the UN Security Council Sunday for the month of January. Canada is among five new countries join ing the council Sunday for two- year terms. Chief Canadian re presentative on the. IS-country council will be Ambassador George Ignafieff. Other new members will be India. Brazil, 105 h NiMrtMt (Cant tram aracaalna Cammnl aMOREGOR In tend ond tovMg mamory at mv-daor WW. rwwa'o A. McOragar, wno pouad away Dot. Ml ls Lava's graotast ftlt ramambronca. Uougntar Mory. McRUER In sod ond kwlno mamory ot o osor vtlta ond moltwr, Mrs. Roa- art McRuar. who possad owoy uac. JO. IMS Not lust today, but ovary doy. In sllanco wo ramtmbar. Bob. Ksim. Srycs and Dwigni. MIOOLEMiSS In loving mamory ot homi MMdiamiss, wno possaa owoy Doc. W. 143 As wo lovod you. so wo miss you, In our mamory you ora noor. Lovad. ramamborad. longad tor olwoys. Bringing many a sllont toor. tvor rtmsmbortd Don, Dolo ond Bob. REASBECK In loving mamory ot my door nusoono. Tnomos luaoy Haosback. who possad owoy uac. jo. 1S41. Door Folhor. Jomas Dior Roos-back. Jan. o. ItaJ; dtor Moihar. EiMna Boyd Roosbsck. Nov X IMO; door Naphaw Stonlay Dyar Raos- BacK. July s. mi; and door orothar Jomas Gordon Raosback, Aug. II, ltai . In manary at thosa wlili whom aoOi hod la aort. Thay ord avar naor mt. and always my-hoon. Floranca. SCARCELLA In loving mamory at 0 ooor momor ano gronamomar, Mrs. HaWna Start: alio, who possad owoy Ooc. JS. its;. Cod look bar homo. It was His will. out at our hoorts sha Hvalh still. Kan. Tharaso. Kanny Jr. ond Patricia. SCARCELLA In loving mamory Ot a ooor momor and moihar - in - low. Mrs. Malana Scorcalkv-wbo possad owoy ooc. jo, ITS Loving and kind In all bar ways. upright and lust to tna and of nor days; Sincora and trot. In bar naort and mowj, Booutltol mamorlvs stio hrtt bshlnd. viola and Angoio. SCARCELLA In loving memory at my daor mothar, Mrs. Htlano Scot-callo, who possad away Dot. S, ItST. Leva's graotast gift Ramambronca. l -rLaonord ond Evalyn. SCARCELLA m loving mamory ot '"r ooor momar. wrs. ttalana Scor-caikx, who possad owoy Ooc. JO. ISO. Daap In my haort a mamory Is leapt. Ot a mothor I levari and will ntvar Son Goorgt, Jockl( ond Daw. mamorv ot a Mrs. Mlnnia Scbart. away Doc. JO. Its. -Evar by Eort and Kay. 106 Ik M IlkMb BROWN wa whh ta aitand our smcara otspraclotton to our tr lands, nalghbort ond rslottvas tor thalr octs ot klndhas. massogat at sympothy ond floral trskutas racatvad In our racsm osraovamant at Bavorlay P. Broum ond Gordon R. Harris. 107 fssMTsf DsTBclBfS FREO N. GARRETT, DIGNIFIED tunarou. nasi Is cbejeas. St4 Som-arast wast. tXS-aTO. RACINE. ROBERT AND GAUTHIER Reg-d. n-M09. SM Bassarsr; SM Otmstaodi J Fotrmanti ISO St. Pot. rlckr Ml Notre Damar 773 Somarsat WKELAN FUNERAL HOME. PER. sonol ssrvica. i vw ancs. SIS Coooar XtJ-laM. Poved end lighted PARKING beside The Funttol Hons) McEVOY LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS 235 rant Street, -232-5337 1081 FLOWERS FOR" ALL OCCASIONS. u. rTouat. Mi Damoutle. UJ-Trtl: SB-lSts. FINE'S FLOWERS', LTD NOW THREE LOCATION? m bank sr. - nt-nti m CARLINO AVE. m an RIVERSIDE DRIVE SO-1741 109 "HH BOY'S DARK RIM GLASSES. MON-doy. on O'Connor, between Corllng ond Lonsdowne Pork. Please coll JJ5-JS71 BLACK WALLET WITH PAPERS. IN rcmny ot yrawiey Road ond Riverside Drive. Reward. 463-4412. CHARCOAL PARKA LOST BETWEEN Carleton University and Filth Avenue. Reword offered. 233-043. DALMATIAN PUPPY. MALE. McKEL- lor Heights. West End area. 131-3711. No. 1 Station. Reword. FEMALE LABRADOR RETRIEVER, block with white on chest and front paws, answers to Knight, Dec. 14. vicinity Britannia. t7S-V?l. G1SSES7CHILD-S. VICINITYFRANK Street. Reword. Evenings, nt-otM. KEY CASE. VICINITY GEORgTnA and Woodroffe. Call 773 4571. LADY'S GLASSES. LOST- VICINITY McLeod ond Somerset. ntl. PUP. BLONDE. SHORT HAIRED, cert towed, mind terrier, child's pet. brown col lor, lost ' Wednesday, Dec. It, from Holm wood Avenue. ueeaov. Reword. pup. beige With white mark-engs. year aid. fetnote. lost vicinity Dynes Rood ond Fisher Avenue. Answers to name Pago. TTS-MAi RING. GOLD, UNIVERSITY OF Toronto crest, vicinity St. Matthews Church or Chateau Laurier, Christmas Day. Reward, ni toti SMALL GOLD WRIST WATCH. LOST in vicinity of Hoi land and Porkdole. Tlt-SllS. YELLOW ANO WHITE PERSIAN CAT. 137 SMter. near Kent, t weeks ago. 13S47I4. 109A ENVELOPE WITH SUM OF MONEY. tound In llourjr stars, isoooiio Friday avonlng. Con bs Idontltlad. ID J3J0. FOUND. MALE TIOERSTRIPED SAT. tsat, chast. mouth whits, vary o.-toensd. Coll 7M-4SM FOUND. CHILD'S OLASSES. MAY. tair Thoatra. uwrtar can uwi KEY CASE, VICINITY METCALFE and Elgin, ras-tnt. LADY'S LONO BROWN FINE KIO gtovat. TM-sJ'l. V7EstwTEYrrBAoTFOUNO ON O'Connor, naor Owaan. m-tSOO. WALLET. INQuTrE IOA STORE. Boom Strati YOUNO WHITE MOTHER CAT. vkmily at Rod Wood Court. Mt-atto. FOUNt ADS FR1B IN OUR AIM TO PROVIDE OUR raootrs with tha Hnast ssrvica pot-situs. Tha Journal will publish in this column, trot ot chorgt. tor I days, oil articles or pots which our raoaors may find. Simply dMI 214. 7SI1. CloasUTad Daportmanl. 110 WWrtrtO SLEIGH RIDES. TRIPLE-L-RANCH, sola woadsd troll. Coloring. liliVt 201 kfMUmtt, mkUl ADULTS. MODERN. I BEDROOMS. SM. 11 Rosabtrry. Fabruory. lU UH. ALBERT-BRONSON, B A C H E L O R cison. unhjrrilstiad. alactrlcolly aqulp. pad. Immadlottiy. mtai'. THE CARILLON 335J.oopr St. corntr of O'Connor Th dDOrtray to luxury . . . Ctntrt Town ttvlng . . . o-signcd wtm your comfort In mind. f SpockMM roomv, twin lvoTortw modurn kllctom. ctromk tit bottia-oomta corpatod tail., portv room, loundry room, tun dock wim riw9nlficont vtow, multlLclMirtfttl HlovitUon oorkil. complottiy tourtdproof, toMry e opot-trnwit inrtrcom. Inettvla duol hooipng ond cooling mor-mottatt. 1 . "Jtnt a ihort ttroll from Par-Iromont Mill - A taw BocMtbr. 1- ont) 2-IVdroom Suitot ovoiloblt. for Information Call 234-7976 ATTRACTIVE, I BEDROOM. EOUIP-r pad. woshor. dryar. porkmg. Eosl- VtW. 74MOBS. ATTRACT IVB. 1 BEDROOM LIVING. OMing, MCTKOIiy qutppod. porking. VS. ATTRACTIVE. B3 SOMERSET e noor t ion, i buorvom, don, diniftg, oulpptd. oorogo Apply ivuporlnion. dont. 333-04)9. THE FAIRCREST 1833 Rivtrvdt Driva A KW XPARTMfNTS AVAILABU (Furnished Optionol) Inquiries 733-5911 AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. 1 BED-rooms, porking. 141 Days water. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. 1 BED-rooms. tsl IM Preston. Privole antronce. zatn. AVAILABLE JANUARY I, LARGE nodon oodroofts oportmont, loutv dry focilltias. and porking. Suoerin-tendent. Apt. I. list shHimolon. or A. D. Rock. "Realtor," tO-Xm. $115 ANY HOOK. ANY SUITE Twin Towers On Bedroom Suites ' Cilmour ond Jomej ot Bank S. Proftsslonally managed bt C A. Fitzsimmons & Compony limited Phone 232-7185 Evas. 232-7161 - i AVAILABLE. IMMEDIATELY, LARGE. 7. bedrooms, dlnlna. aaraoe. verrjndah. 7Jt,l3. AVAILABLE, l-BEDROOM. HEATED ' lighted, porking, 115. at-1713. 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