The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on October 22, 1952 · Page 9
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 9

Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, October 22, 1952
Page 9
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v(,v. t - t . WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23,'UJj., . THE OTTAWA JOURNAL -4 ' , V - .-. 10 DEPOSIT NEEDED -FIRST r.lOIlTIILY PAYMENT SECURES DELIVERY; mm ; Ask Cecil Morrison To Seek West Ottawa PC Nomination f . Q."Ceell Morriaon, pres Went ef the Morrlann-pamnthe Biliary Limited will sHbrtljr oVMe ON THIS SENSATIONAL. KROEIILER CHESTERFIELD OFFER 1 A- 3 PIECES OF KROEIILER "CUSIIIONIZED" COMFORT Whether to arrept tha invitation of group of prominent , Ottawa West Conservatives nil How hU-jMmJa-be presented to a party nomination" meeting I . . - l. ke m- J fc. en November S. ,. A. W, H. (qua) Mullen, acted as spokesman for the delegation .r..r, n'7An 'a7wu.4i-n. m-mmtmmrr I,; ?" j. j " t J . O. . ALL-WOOL FRIEZE COVERING MAKES AN fiUTSTAHDliiG llALUE which included Hojr Fleming, W. H. Player, George H. Moran, Fred JtrXow and W. HatDerin They assured Mr. Morrison that he waa aura to be elected. - 'Canadians were egaimt the St. Laurent Government which had brought about the highest taxes d) Superlativt quality for true elegance! ; Planned to aell originally at $359. ana the hlgheat living eoata In Canada'a hlatory. Mr. Fleming spoke of Mr. Morriaon a great . public spirit, particularly In -providing low-enrt housing for men on small Thii 3-plece Kroehler "cush Ionized" iuit is lensatlonai - value at thia low price PLUS A SAVING OF $60. - Spring-filled comfort in 2 -cushion chesterfield and S -chain one with button back all In rich wool frlexa. ' salaries. He referred' also to Mr. Morrison's fine labor relations with his fellow employes. Mr. : Morrison asked that he be given a little time to take -up the proposal with his family and associates In the bakery. He had liven up the Idea of public life when ha took on the low-rent housing project for Mayor Whitton. W. HF70orde Heads Church Group The M. Hon. - Francis M. Forrie, Australian High Com "-te--' missioner to Canada, was re- REG. $359 SAVE $60 NO DEPOSIT - , First Monthly Payment Secure Delivery 24 Montha te Pay elected president of St. Joseph's Holy Name Society at the annua! meeting held recently In St. Joseph's Parish Hall. The following members will comprise the board for the IB52-81 season: President, Rt Hon. Francis M. Forde; vice-pretl-dents. W. J. Cross, Len Bonner, t. J. Duggsn. ' Recording secretary, P. Kevins fh; corresponding secretary, J. O'Brien Leblanc; treasurer, ' M. F. Conway; marshals, E. Hendricks and W. McKale; conaultors, Karl Duggan, A. Carroll, James Connell, Wm. KROEIILER CUSIIIONIZED ROCKERS ASSORTED, FIGURED FABRICS III ASSORTED SHADES! SAVE $15 ON THIS Moeser, W. E. Holmes. E. Mont- calm, C. T. Hendley, P. Curley and Brian Kerr; spiritual SPRING - FILLED j REG. $59.95 Cushioned ICroehler platform rocking chair Tops In quality and comfort, well-upholstered in a choice of handsome, upholstered fabrics in red, green and 111, ' director. Rev. P. MonahanOML Nova Scotia Writer Wins Drama Award ' ' i-, grey. Cushionlzed construction throughout. - CONTINENTAL BED f I STANFORD, Calif.. Oct. 22 Innerspring mattress and box spring combination, i i a a i i . . a $49-95 Mattress is resilient with innerspring, padded with soft cotton felt. Sturdy edges, pox spring base covered to match mattress." 'Sizes' 3' 3", 4' " and 4' 6". -.. ' - '. r ' ..'. TP) H. Shirley Fowka of Chester, NS. haa been awarded the Maxwell Andersnn award for versa drama in the Dramatists' , Alliance competition for her play "Imperial . Wife". Miss' Fowka is the second Canadian to win an Alliance award. The : late Rachel Reynolds of Vancouver won the Alden award for short plsys in 141. YAMAGATA, Japan. Oct 11. . W F.mperor Hirohito and n A AH REG. $64.95 Xmpresa Nsgaka witnessed their NO DEPOSIT , " . , First Monthly Payment . Secures Delivery ' '24 Months to Fay No Deposit . ' First Moalhlj Favmeat Seeeraa Delivery first boxing bouts yesterdsy and had a somewhat uneasy time. Both appeared relieved when a towel was thrown Into the ring by a nervous second whose fighter was being chased around the ring. V . 14 Months ta fay MARK HOT ELECTRIC HEATER ' Heats a 10' x 12' room. Operates on 110 Volts ordinary circuit, Consumption: 1,000 Watts. Low operating coat. Absolutely fireproof.. Approved by Canadian . . Standard Association, Dimensions: 26" x 26" 7". ' ( "Mark Hot' one-year guarantee. NO DEPOSIT . First Msnthlr Psyment Sera res Delivery '' , H Mentha t Pay 411 Parkdale Ave. OlUwa THE PA TTO.y PROCESS ; " IS KIND TO YOUR CLOTHES ro i23 oj . j s CHIT'S-" " "r; ' ' Jk. LI .UMI1C0 Of Intra a Finest Cleaning" list Welllaften St. l-2Mt ' ' Hi: . "" t" . j ' t" fasaajajrsMBjajrarjBjB) ,44ka,4 . NO DEPOSIT on this "LEONARD" ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Lustrous, Permalin-baked exterior finish won't crack, chip, change color, Acid and grease resistant. Frozen' food chest stores oyer 28 lbs. food and ice cubes, e'' equipped with 2 plastic Ice cube trays. . CyJ I , - B ,.";J,;. - . Extra high space shelf for bottle storage. Removable centre a ' shelves. .'.. Large sliding Polystrene vegetable crimper 5' deep 11-quart capacity. ?",."' v'" - . White plastic meat tray and coyer under freezer chest. . One-piece, welded interior in acid-resistant ? Titanium porcelalne enamel HafTnterior flood lights. .V.L Control dial has 11 cold settings plus "Defrost", "Vacation" , and "Off positions, .: , . ........ IUTTONS .... ' Vv J TtAINTNO rANtitt I DlfATAl VtSTS AND SANDW computi iayitti jm j suieVio GAtMrNTt J VANTA TOWtU ato shots j f -Sr uy y . I VANTA I? IS I K l ." , , OUAUTtp MOFFAT ELECTRIC STOVE ! Syncrochime Control; Large Warming Drawer; Utility 4 . Outlet; Minute-Minder; Polished Aluminum Oven y Vent Cover; New 'Multi-Hear Switches with Chrome- - Finished Escutcheons; four Red Spot Elements. "De . luxe" Lamp as shown standard equipment Model 1054 available with or without Electric .Automatic ', , Time Clock. : , . . f , . ; ceuvery NO DEPOSIT i 1r- ASTHMA Plnt Maatkly raysaeat . I I seer as Detteery ' ' tlMeathsUPiT ' 24 MONTHS 1 TO PAY Irt Mnttt nH W Aw". liN Su-Moa. eomllT i4 nJIi Aehiaa atnenr. Hr rt H w ta Det km aiwtw S-lM't a!w. Tito TmiMi Kaa-M e laaae. ate. li lt at aiasauia. -SS I r

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