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an dj Q dj a di al I I 38 Friday, December 10. 1965 The Ottowo Journal 10S MB40HAM 201 Am, RATS TO UT 104 MATS IjOCAL calls PHONE 2M-73U Deaths By The Canadian Press Montreal Rabbi Mail Chaikin. 58. dean ol the Jewish Rabbinical College of Canada. Minneapolis Arthur (Bruce) Lea. 32. former Western Hockey League player; of a gunshot wound. London, Ont. John Gordon Pudney. (1. well -. known band leader in the London area in the 1920s and 1930s. Ann Arbor, Mica. Dean B. McLaughlin, M, professor of astronomy at the University of Michigan; after long illness. Today and Tomorrow TODAY Bazaar. St. Aloysius parish j hall. Gatpeau, 4 to 7 pm Jehovah's Witness conven tion, Laurentian High School, 6.45 p.m. The Chalk Garden." Qlebe Dramatic Club, Glebe Collegiate, 8.15 p m. Early NFB films, National Museum, 8.30 p.m. International Friendship Club Christmas party. RA Centre, 8.30 p.m. TOMORROW Children's program. National Museum, 9.30 and II a m. Children's film show. Lakeside Gardens, 2 p.m. Ottawa Junior Music Club concert for children. National Museum, 2.45 p.m. "The Establishment," Lakeside Gardens. 830 to 11.30 p.m. "Never Too Late," Little Theatre, 8.30 p.m. "The Chalk Garden." Glebe Collegiate. 8.15 p.m. "Y" Georgian Club dance. Central YMCA. 9 p.m. 101 IITNS CLIMAN To Zave and Sandra, a daughter, sister to Dani, in Israel on 9. 1965 (weight 3.25 kilograms). Both well. GOSEWICH Arnold ' and Jackee (nee Spunt). happily announce the birth of a son. on December 8. 1965, Ottava Civic Hospital. Both well Brother for Robin Joy. GOW Eckford and Donelda (nee Slack) are delighted to announce the birth of their daughter. Marion Louise, on Dec. 7 at Smiths Falls Public Hospital. HEFFERNAN Gerry and ' Claudette announce the arrival of a daughter at the Civic Hospital on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1965, a sister for Lynn. KILLALY Oh Dec. 9. 1965. to Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Killaly at the East General Hospital. Toronto, a son. Douglas i Andrew. ! i SEGUIN To Claude and Sue! (nee Fontaine) a brother for Marc, at Ottawa General Hospital, Dec. 6. 1965 Both well. SORLEY To Neil and Bunny (nee Caswell), a daughter. 8 lbs. 15 ozs, at Ottawa Civic Hospital on inursaay. Dec. 9. 1965. A sister for Chris and Danny. SPENCER George and Rita (nee Cremasco), are happy to announce the birth of a son, 9 lbs., 1 oz.. December 8, 1965, at Ottawa General Hospital. A brother for Nancy, Paula. Christopher and Mark. WESTLEY To Bob and Barbara (nee Blount), at Ottawa Civic Hospital on Thursday, Dec. 9, 1965, a daughter. Both well. IN TUNE WITH WANT ADS Are you in tune with Want Ads? Make sort you are n taring The Journal's contest to identify song titles hidden in various classifications. The contest started Wednesday and runs until Dec. 18. AO age can enter and aB you have to do Is clip tha lt ads from the paper and send them to Sandy Gardiner, care of The Journal. . 'Ottawa's Most Progressive Want NOTE 104 MATE BAXTER. Edythe K At her residence. 1833 Riverside Drive, on Thursday, Dec. 9, 1965. Edythe K. Baxter, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Baxter, sister of Elizabeth . of Ottawa. Mrs. O. A. H,ll (Clara) of Winnipeg and j Alex of Vancouver. Resting rrulse and Plavfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service Saturday 1 p m. Interment Beech wood cemetery CHURCH. May Suddenly at her home 1 1 1 Wurtemberg Street, on Wednesday. Dec. 8. 1965, May Church, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William A. Church, formerly of Waterbury. Cpnn.. in herj win year, sister ot Mrs. Nellie Shepard of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Plavfair Central ChapefririttcLeod Street Service Fnday at 8 p.m. Interment Waterbury. Conn. COSGROVE. Mary Agnes On Tuesday. Dec. 7. 1965. in hospital. Hartford. Conn., Mary Agnes Cosgrove, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Cosgrove. Orleans, Ont.; dear sister of William, Margaret, Beatrice. Louise, of Ottawa; Mrs. K. Lohnes (Veronica). Hartford. Conn. Resting at the Dillon Funeral Home. 53 Main Street. Funeral Friday to St. Thomas the Apostle Church for Requiem High Mass at 9 o'clock. Interment Mount St. Benedict cemetery', Hartford. I. COTE, Mr. Clovis In hospi-1 tal on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1965, Clovis Cote, husband of the late Regina Desroches. aged 81, father of Fernand. Leo, Mrs. Edouard Dorion (Irene). Mrs. Leo Lapointe (Yvette). Mrs Yvonne Gon- eaj. Mrs. Arthur Chretien' ((Jeanne). Mrs. Conrad Des-iardins (Georgette). Mrs. Leo Beaudom (Juliette). Mrs. Herve Potvin (Noella): step-j father of Mrs. Alice Cote: brother of Georges. East-v.ew; Thomas, Orleans; Brother Joseph Cote, O.M.I.J missionary at La Pas. Mani- toba: Albert. Ottawa; Rev ! Sister Stanislas de Kostkaj (.Vice). SJM. Hull; 51' grandchildren, seven great-' grandchildren. Resting at' Racine and Robert Ltd., 3001 Olmstead Street. Eastview Funeral Saturday to Notre, Dame de Lourdes Church,! F.astview. for Requiem High 1 It aaa on I mm mnn at ; Tat JMfaiw aa annua caa-it afkviajg NwM panaas J aaticai mat km aata am m TB MM, Tfcan a aa- caaatcllaa adamaaaar Balaaia Tap Jlti nil tad RM U.S. Hnni aM Tka ataraal caa Mas aa 1 Mass at 10 o'clock Inter-1, ment Notre Dame. Ottawa. CRAIG. Ernest C Suddenly at the residence of Laura and Agnes Mann. Gordon Street, on Friday. Dec. 10. 1965, Ernest C Craig, formerly of Tw.n Elm and Richmond, Ont . in his 80th year Rest-,r,g Hulse and Plavfair Central Chape'. 315 McLeod Street Service Monday 1 pm. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. Friends may call after 3pm Saturday. lCUNDEti Annie In hosnital Friday. Dec. 10. 1965. Annie Kane. 105 Stirling Avenue, aged 66 years, beloved wife of Matthew Cundell; dear mother of Jack Cundell, Mrs. Denzil Devine (Ida). Mrs Ray Rowlee (Dorothy), Mrs Doug McDonald (Helen); 3 grandchildren. Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home. 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt. after 7pm Saturday. Serv ice in St. Richard's Anglican Church. City View, Monday 3 pm Interment Pinecrest cemetery. CUNNINGHAM. Major Walter Alfred Suddenly at his residence. 183 Faraday Street, on Thursday, Dec. 9. 1965. Walter Cunningham, beloved husband of Helen Jackson, in his 68th year, father of Mrs. J. A. Cunliffe. (Naomi), and' Walter t . of Ottawa. Ian D. Cunningham. Toronto. Survived by 5 grandchildren and brother of Robert H Cunningham, Winnipeg: Mrs. B A. Wright, Mrs. G H MacCarthy, Ottawa. Resting Veitch Draper Ltd., Parkdale Avenue at Gladstone. Service in chapel Saturday at 1 1 a.m. Interment Beech-wood cemeterv 104 MATHS (Cant tram Preceding Colurrn) CL'RRIE. John Keatihfj In hospital. Almonte. Ont . on Thursday. Dec. 9. 1965, John Keating Currie, beloved hut-Dand of Mary Ellen Munro; dear father of John and Mrs Donald Arthur (Lois). Blake-nev; Stuart and Merrill. Sud bury; Mrs. 'jack Arthur (Ven-neita). Mrs. Stanley Ohlke (Carmel) and Carl. Almonte; dear brother of Stewart. Pak enham; Mrs. Ira McLaughlin (Nellie). Grande Prairie, Alta.; Mrs. Grant Gunn (Annie), . Clayton; predeceased by Daniel. James -and Earl; in his 72nd year. Resting at the Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte, for service Sunday, Dec. 12. at 2 30. Interment Clayton United cemetery. 'DADSON, Sidney Frederick On Thursday, Dec. 9. 1965. - at his home, 213 Ancaster Avenue, Sidney Dadson. aged 80 years. Beloved husband of Marjone Hunt arid of the late Helen McDonald, dear father of Kenneth and Alec, of Montreal: Lt. Col. Sidney j Dadson, of East Pakistan, Phillip. Carleton Place. Resting at the Kelly Funeral home,. 2313 Carling (corner Richardson). Funeral Saturday to Our Lady of Fatima Church for RequiemHigh Mass at 9 15 a m. Interment 1 Notre Dame cemetery. EDWARDS. Anne In hospital, Thursday, Dec. 9, 1965. Mary Anne Anderson, beloved wife of John J. Walter Edwards and of the late Michael Kelly, mother of Dorothy, 81 Somerset Street West. L. M Larry. Montreal. Resting a! the Whelan Funeral Home, 515 Cooper Street. Funeral Saturday to St. Theresa's Church for Re-, quiem High Mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery- HXTER, Elsie Victoria In hos pital Wednesday. Dec. S, 1965, Elsie Victoria Fixter, of 180 Lisgar Street, in her 69th year, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Fixter, aunt of George J. Macdon-ald, of Hazeldean. Ont., Rev. J Stanley Fixter.'of Rinerton, Wyoming, Margaret, Harold and Dorothy Fixter, of Ch.- cago. Illinois, Mrs. R. D. Fletcher (Elsie), of Lebanon, Illinois, Mrs. Lawrence C. Grav (Winnifred), of Pisa-defSa. Calif., Carl W. Walser, of Altadena. Calif., John T. Walser, of Santa Barbara, Calif., sister-in-law of Mrs Harold Fixter (Mabel) of ; Chicago, also several grand nephews and nieces. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service Saturday 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemeterv. rrT r. . . ... 7' tlc r '' TJ ?"aoen" ly it hot rcoiucnic ruo oiiar- wood Avenue, on Thursday. Dec. 9, 1965, Eleanor Isobel (Lothian) Foster, dear mother of Margaret Woodrow of Schreiber, Ont.. and Catriona. sister of W. Fergus Lothian. Margaret Lothian Rockwood ot East Orange. New Jersey. Fiances Margaret Proper of Newburg, N Y. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service Monday. 12 o'clock. Intermefi Norway Bay. Friends may call after 2 p.m., Saturday. GEICK. William F. In hos pital, Thursday. Dec. 9. 1965. William Frederick Geick, of 78 Glynn Avenue, husband of the late Bertha Pranschke and of the late Martha Hein by a former marriage, dear father of Flora and grandfather of Bill, Paul, and Deb orah. brother of Rudolph Geick of Sudbury. Ont. Rest' ing Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street, after 3 pm. Saturday. Service at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Wilbrod at King Edward Ave, nue. Monday. 2 p.m. Inter ment Beechwood cemetery. GUERTIN, Emile J On Thurs-day, Dec. 9, 1965. aged 69 years, of 44 Notre Dame Street. Aylmer, husband by first marriage of the late Eveline Perner and by second marriage the late Marie-Anna Delinellei father of Bernard, Gatineau, Real. Jean, Aylmer: brother of Hector, Aylmer, Herve, East-view, Mr. Adele Lome. Gatineau. Mist Ida, Ottawa, and Mrs. Yvonne Perrier, Aylmer. Resting at Emond's Funeral Home. Aylmer. Requiem High Mass Monday, Dec. 13. at St. Paul's Church at 745 Interment St. Paul's Ad Section" LOOM DISTANCE PHONE IIHITM m NO TOLL CMARa PAPAL RINGS Pope Paul VI passed out gold plated rings to all r bishops at the Vatican Ecumenical Council. The rings, donated by a Milan jeweler, are worth about $60 each. -They are all identical arid carry the figures of Christ, centre; Saint Peter, left, and Saint Paul, right. IAP-Joumol WlrtpnotOI 104 MATB (Cent, trom Prtcadlng Calumny JACKSON, Ryland Cedric Suddenly at his residence, 259 First Avenue, Thursday, Dec. 9. 1965. Ryland Jackson, beloved husband of Florence O'Grady. in his 68th year. Brother of Mrs. Walter A. Cunningham, Mrs. Clarence Moodie, Kingston; Mrs. Joseph Dorris, Los Angeles, Calif ; Manfred. Deschenes; Gordon and Charles, Rock-clifTe. Resting Veitch-Draper Ltd.. Parkdale Avenue at Gladstone. Service in chapel Saturday at 11 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. JULIEN. Ravmond Alonzo On Wednesday. Dec. 8. 1965. Raymond Alonzo Julien. of 216 Metcalfe Street. Apt. 1. Knights of Columbus, Rosary 8 p.m. Friday, member of of the Cartier Assembly (4th Degree), member of the Champlain Council 1926, secretary-manager of the Giu- thier Funeral Home, Jife member of the French-Canadian Institute and a member of T.L.M.. husband of Leonida Pilon. father of Dr. Lucile Julien, brother of Mrs. Edouard Brazeau (Rhea), Ottawa. Funeral Saturday from Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 St. Patrick Street, for Requiem High Mass at the Basilica at 9 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. KERFOOT. Ivan T. In hos pital. Friday, Dec. 10. 1965 Ivan Tetlock (Whytie) Ker-foot of 415 Bank Street, civil servant with Department of Public Works, beloved bus band of Bemice Sparks and) father of Gail and Carol of Toronto, brother of Mrs. E. Seaman (Dolly), Mrs. Dayton Foster (Hazel) of Whiterock. B.C.. Hughie K e r f o o t of Burnaby, B.C. and Roy Ker-foot of Smiths Falls, in his 61st year. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Monday, 2 p.m. Interment Pine-crest cemetery. Friends may call after 4 pm Saturday. KRA.NCH. Werner William ' suaaeniy ai nis resiaence, 315 McKay, on Thursday. Dec. 9. 1965. Werner William Kranch. beloved husband of Elsie Brunke: father of Mrs. Ralph Stafford (Winsome) and Willard Kranch of Ottawa: brother of Henry Kranch of Albany. N.Y.; Mrs. G. IrTcElhinney (Lydia) of Kitchener. Ont.; Arthur Kranch of Ottawa, and Norman Kranch of Montreal: in his 58th vear. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street Service at St. Luke's Lutheran Church Saturday 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. LAVOIE, Solange In hospital. " Toronto. Wednesday, Dec. 8. 1965, Solange Viau, wife of the late Omer Lavoie. aged 66 years, mother of Annette (Mrs. Gilbert Andrews), of Toronto, several nephews and nieces. Resting Gauthier and Co.. 101 Notre Dame. Hull. Iter 3 p.m. Friday. Funeral Saturday to Notre Dame de Grace Church for Requiem High Mass 7 a m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. Jtirnii ki ttffltt D 1 31 230 224 229 231 234 24S 251 24 274 27 2! 280 281 109 113 315 133 140 143 353 157 159 382 363 184 376 380 381 384 389 390 394 399 400 402 406 407 412 414 421 -495 428 104 MATTO (Cent, from PvacaaVig Column! LEM1EUX, Nelson In hospital on Thursday, Dec. 9. 1965, Nelson Lemieux. aged 73 years, beloved husband of Irma Viens: dear father of Rodolphe, Gerald. Normand, Jerome. Leonard. Philippe, Mrs. Harold Davies (Lucille). Mrs. Alphonse Roy (Gene vieve). Mrs. Ovide Whissel (Pauline), Mrs. Roland Char- bonneau (Ramona), Mr. Ron ald Craig (Evelyne), Mrs. Patrick Nash (RiU). Miss Denise: dear brother of Mrs. 'Albert Robidoux. Mrs. Jim 'Plamodor; 60 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Resting Racine and Robert Ltd.. 300 Olmstead Street, Eastview. Funeral Saturday at 10.30 a.m. to St Medard Church. Deschenes, for Requiem High Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. LEVESQUE. Mrs. Joseph On Wednesday. Dec. 8, 1963, in hospital, Montreal, Anna Proulx. wife of the late Joseph Levesque, 46 Corbeil Street, Hull, aged 75 years, mother of Jean-Paul, Hull, and Gerald. Ottawa. Mrs Gilles Gougeau (Alberte), Eastview. Mrs. Andre Hogue (Gabrielle), Montreal, Mrs Marcel Grandmaitre (Denise), Hull. Mrs. Gilles Chenier (Rejeanne). Hull. 20 grand children. Resting Gauthier and Co, 101 Notre Dame, Hull. Funeral Saturday Dec 11 at 7.40 for Requiem High Mass in Notre Dame de Guadeloupe Church at 8 a.m. Interment Hull ceme- tery LINTON. Lyida In hospital Thursday. Dec. 9. 1965. Lyida Cross of 47 Hopewell Avenue, widow of Horace McMullen and Robert Wood-row Linton, dear sister of Carrie Cross of Ottawa. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service Saturday 3 pm Interment Beechwood cemetery. LUSK, Maurice Harold At his home, Vanter Avenue. Lucerne, Que., Thursday, Dec. 9. 1965, Maurice H. Lusk. aged 50 years, beloved husband of Jean Frances Dunse: dear father of Anna and Wendy; brother of Mrs. Richard Shaw (Muriel), Erroll and Albert Lusk. Resting at the Radmore Stewart Funeral Home. 1319 Wellington at Grange. Funeral service in Christ Church (Anglican). Aylmer, Saturday, Dec. 11. at 2 pm. the Rev. Canon James G. Bovtng-ton officiating. Interment Bellevue cemetery. LYNCH; Baby Girl In hospital on Thursday. Dec. 9. 1965. dear infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Denis M. Lynch. 1756 Cuba Avenue; dear sis I tcr of Sharyn, Elaine. Ter- renre and Beverly. Private funeral will be held on Saturday. Service of the Angels and interment Notre Dame cemetery.' i McDONALD. Mr. .Patricjc On Thursday. Dec. 9, 1965, aged 77 years. Patrick McDonald of 110 Cobourg Street, husband of Theresa Stapleton, father of Leonard, Ottawa; brother of Frederick and Mrs. Patrick Kelly, Nova Scotia. Funeral Monday from Gauthier Funeral Home, 259 St. Patrick for Requiem High Mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. (COatf. frTMH PfOCOdtAQ CtfcffWt;) McKEE. Alexander Hamilton In hospital. Thursday. Dec. 9, 1965. Alexander Hamilton McKee of 257 Lisgar Street. i beloved husband of Ellen I Whitehead, aged 86 years: father of Gordon of Mont- real; grandfather of John Mc- Grigor. and Peter Mark. Resting Hulse and Playfair Cen tral Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service at St. Matthew's Anglican Church Sat urday 11 a m. thence to Fred encton. NB. MILLER. Sarah In Renfrew Hospital on Wednesday. Dec. 8. 1965. Sarah Clemen, wife of the late Berunan Miller, of Renfrew, in her 81st year. Resting at the Quinn Funeral Home, Renfrew. Funeral Saturday. Dec. II. to the Church of Our Lady of Fatima for Solemn Requiem Mass at 9 a m Interment parish cemetery OLMSTED. Claire Elizabeth . In hospital.-Thursday, Dec. 9, 1965, Claire Elizabeth Robertson, dearly beloved wife of Howard R. Olmsted. 818 Branson Avenue: dear mother of Mrs. A. Bryan Laver (Cathrvn) of Ottawa. Mrs. H. E. Thomas (Barbira) of Pittsburgh. Penn.; beloved sister of Mrs.-Jean Robertson and R. B. Robertson of Toronto and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson of Perth. Ont Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel. 315 McLeod Street. Service Saturday 3.30 p.m. Interment Bellevue cemetery. RJDDELL, Velma At Lake- worth. Florida, on Tuesday Dec. 7. 1965. Velma Kirvan. formerly of. Ottawa, widow of Lieut. Col. John M. Riddel), beloved daughter of Mrs. J. C. Shier, sister of Lloyd Shier, both of Toronto. Resting Hutte and Playfair Central Chapel. 343 McLeod after 12 noon Friday. Service Saturday, II a.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. SEGUIN, Charles-Avila. Q.C -On Thursday. Dec. . IMS. suddenly. Charles-Avila Se-guin. Q C. husband of Ger-maine Nantel. dear father of Roger N.. Q.C. Pierre. C.A.. Mrs. Damase Beliile (De-nyse), Mrs. Marcel Lacour-ciere (Franco If ), Mrs. Jacques Pa queue (Suzanne), and Mrs. Donald Slater (Mlmi): brother of Mrs. Gustavo Mooette (Blanche), aged (2 yean. Aleo 20 grandchildren, one great-grandson. Resting at Racine and Robert Ltd.. MO Besserer Street. Funeral Monday to S Thomas Aquinas Church for Requiem High Mass at I a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Ottawa. SIMPSON. Gertrude Day In hospital. November. 1965, Gertrude Day Simpson, of Schenectady. NY, formerly of Malone. NY, daughter of Mrs. Louise Simpson and the late James Osborne Simpson, dear mother of William Stickney II. Washington. DC. and sister of Mrs. E. Shanks (Emily), Otuwa. Interment Malone. NY. SMOLKIN. Max At the Cornwall General Hospital Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1965. beloved husband of Sarah Ancel; father of William (Bill). Perth: Sam. Julius and Mrs. Saul Schulman (Edith). Cornwall. Survived by 3 sisters, Mrs. P. J. Hoffman (Esther), Mrs. J. Boro (Rivei), Montreal; Mrs J Finkelstein (Ida), Ottawa; and 1 brother. Mr. Charles Smolkin, Montreal; 16 grandchildren. 1 greatgrandchild. Funeral service took place at Beth-el Synagogue. Cornwall. Thursday. Dec. 9. Shiva at 236 York Street, Cornwall. VEITCH-DRAPER LIMITED FUNfcRAl DIRECTORS PARKDALE rHAPEL BANK ST CHAPEL . 71S-4471 tJANat Cunnlnohom. Molor Woltar A Jockwn. Ryland Caark. 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MOD- arn tarf-conwnad arxnaiar, sal Iri Lawdar East ar A. D. Rack, "Raal- Mr." iV-tm. AVAILABLE. HEATED. 1 BEDROOM epartmani. ctoM acnaal. Navon V'l-toaa Tal. al W. AVAILABLE. J-SEDROOM DUPLEX, dining, aaulppad, haoiaa. Ills. 7T2- 2 BEDROOMS $118 Htottd Gorogt.' 745-6881 231 BRITTANY DRIVE AVAILABLE. EQUIPPED. BACHELOR, ground Itoor. SaO 7J-aK AVAILABLE NOW. I BEDROOM ooortmtnt, aquippad. S7S. 72S-7P7I. aa7lable7"eaVtview i b E d- room oportmant, haolad. S7S. 77- Mil AVAILABLE. CENTRAL. BACHELOR, ooortmtnt building, aaulppad. 711- 7121; 234-7174. BACHELOR APARTMENTS, P O nlihad or untumlaXaS. wary cantral. J14-1401. BACHELOR. ATTRACTIVE. MODERN ctntral. aquippad, bokony. lonltar tarvlct. ID-1704. BACHELOR. HEATEO, ELECTRICAL- ly tquippad, tss. viaoi. tatw. BACHELOR. EASTVIEW, LARGE KIT- Chan, citon. aorklng, sio. la-ow. AN ADDRESS OF WHICH TO BE PROflo PARKWAY TOWERS NEW ORCHARD ot RICHMOND ROAD In, lot Swimming Pool Rovftop Solarium and SurMfock Adlolnlng Outdoor Potto Ptrtttnf GrtMfi RtKratiMi Room Laundry PacMlttot S HtoH isood Irovatorj. Individual Control ltd Homing Droptt Throughowl Modom Kltcnons a Haolad Indoor Parking Mold itrvkt Ount Room a Fumlihad lultts Avallobla Sauna Bom Baouty Parlor 0 Tuck snap Individual Bakdnhn IACHE10R $100 1 BEDROOM $11$ 2 BEDROOM $140 6th floor up BACHELOR PENTHOUSE - 1 BEDROOM PENTHOUSE 2 BEDROOM PENTHOUSE 3 BEDROOM PENTHOUSE $155 . $150 . $175 . $280 I . a-BtoturiM xv " DELUXE APARTMENT Ptoturlng aiaorold living roam, dimng roam, HMcbtn ond complttt I botlu tarn. Tnh) lultt commondt a aaaulHul vtaw ot ma Gattnaou Mill, and Ottowo Rlvtr. For Informotion Coll THE JEMUS' 725-1393 aA4l

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