The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on August 8, 1977 · Page 26
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Monday, August 8, 1977
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26 Monday, August 8, CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Vital Statistics: t Adoptions 2 Births 3 Deaths 4 Obituaries 5 Lost o Found Notices: 13 In Memorlams 14 Anniversary Masses 15 Cards of Thanks ISa Acknowledgements 16 Funeral Directors 17 Cemetery Memorials 17a Cemetery Lots 18 Societies 4. Lodges 19 Churches 20 Florists 21 Cemeteries 29 Druggists Open Sunday 29a Druggists Open Monday Services: 30 Service Stations 33 Bonauets & Parties 34 Take-Out Foods 35 Where to Go 36 Hotels & Motels 37 Beauty Salons 38 Nursing Homes 39 Gardening & Landscaping 40 Ambulance Service RENTALS 52 Duplexes to Let 53 Condominiums to Let 54 Apartments to Let 55 Furn. Apartments to Let 56 Apartments Wanted 57 Houses, Garden Homes 58 Furn. Apartments Wanted 59 Sublets 60 Rooms to Let 61 Rooms Wanted 62 Room & Board 62a Share Accommodation PROPERTY 63 Business Opportunities 64 Industrial Properties 65 Property tor Sale 66 Property tor Rent 67 Property Wanted 68 Income Property 69 Commercial Property 70 Out-ot-Town Property 71 Farms for Sale 72 Farms tor Rent 73 Farms Wanted to Buy 74 Cottages for Sale 75 Cottoges for Rent 76 Cottages Wanted 77 Cottage Lots for Sale 78 Warehouse Space 79 Offices to Let 80 Offices Wanted to Let 81 Stores to Let 82 Stores Wanted to Let 83 Resorts 85 Hunting & Fishing MERCHANDISE Articles: 87 Ski Corner 88 Snowmobiles 89 Snow Blowers 90 Bicycles 91 Cameras 92 Articles for Sale 93 Articles Wanted 94 Articles for Rent 95 Articles for Swap 96 Antiques and Fine Art 97 Firewood & Fjel 98 Market Basket 99 Machinery & Equipment 100 Pet Stock 101 Livestock 8. Poultry 102 Stamps 8. Coins 103 Hobbies 104 Boats & Motors 107 Musical Supplies 108 Radio, Stereo, Television 109 C.B. Equipment 110 Household Appliances 112 Garage Sales AUTOMOTIVE Autos: 119 Auto Leasing 120 Autos for Sale 121 Autos Wanted 122 Auto Accessories 123 Sports Cars 124 Auto Ports 125 Motor Sports Events Trucks: 129 Trucks for Sale 130 Truck Bodies 131 Trucks Wanted Trailers: 132 Motor Homes 133 Trailers for Sale 134 Trailers for Rent 135 Mobile Homes for Sale 136 Mobile Homes for Rent 137 Mobile Homes Moved 138 Mobile Home Parks 139 Mobile Homes Exchanged 140 Campers Post 141 Campers Supplies Motorcycles: 145 Motorcycles for Sale 146 Motorcycles for Rent 147 Scooters for Sale 148 Scooters for Rent Miscellaneous: 151 Garages 152 Parking space 153 Winterizing REAL ESTATE 157 Houses for Sale 158 Real Estate Services 159 Condominiums 160 Furn. Houses to Let 161 Furn. Hses. Wanted to Let 162 Wanted to Let 163 Houses Wanted to Buy PERSONALS 175 Learning Exchange 1 76 Personal Memos 177 Transportation Available 1 78 Transportation Wonted 179 Camps Boys & Girls FINANCIAL 185 Financing 186 Money Wanted 187 Money Available 188 Mortgages 189 Investments 190 Patents & Copy EMPLOYMENT 239 Office Help 240 Restaurant-Hotel Help 241 Help Wonted 242 Salespersons Agents 243 Positions Vacant 244 Professional Services 246 Hospital Help Wanted 247 Employment Wanted 248 Domestic Help 248a Domestics Available 249 Teachers Wanted 250 Tuition 251 Trode Schools 252 Baby Services 253 Day Care Centres- MISCELLANEOUS 260 Legal 261 Auctions 300 "At Your Service" Journal Box Replies C 421 429 455 465 479 483 504 546 533 554 570 577 607 629 635 637 613 646 6&T681 Replies Mailed Aug. 03. 1977 C 651 652 669 672 676 6N6 ri 1977 Ottawa Journal Births BROWN Bob and Betty Anne (nee Scbarfe) are very happy to announce the birth of their first child a son Robert Alonzo Earl 7 lbs. 8 ozs. on Friday August 5, 1977. Thanks to Dr. Beresford and caseroom staff of the Civic Hospital. CONGRATULATIONS, from Mothercraft to new parents and babies. . GAREAU Myreille and ' Larry are pleased to announce thr birth of another daughter Carrie Brandon, a sister for Tanya Lynn. ' Thanks to doctors and nurses at the Civic Hospital. Special thanks to Or. Ivy. ROBERTS David and Georgia are pleased to announce the birth of their son Matthew Thomas, on August 4, 1977. First grandchild for Rev. and Mrs. M.K. Roberts of Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Whitfield of Bancroft, Ont. .Thanks to Dr. Louden and caseroom staff of Civic Hospital. LEACH Howard and Vera (nee Richard) are pleased to announce the arrival of Bobby's baby sister. Tammy Lynne, 8 lbs. 7 ozs., on August 4th, 1977 at the Grace Hospital. Special thanks to Doctors Turner and Bowman. MAHON Karen and Billy are proud to announce the birth of their 8 lb. 3 oz. baby boy born August 3, 1977. MCDOWELL Hod and Mary arc happy to announce the birth of their son, James Robert, on Aug. 5, 1977. A brother for Pat rick and Tracy. Special thanks to the caseroom staff at the Civic Hospital. MUTCH Doug and Kath-erine (nee Ebbs) arc pleased to announce the birth of their son Stuart Ainsley on August 5, 1977 at' the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. A brother for Scott. Journal Subscription Rates SINGLE COPY PRICE Weekdays 15C, Saturday 35C BY CARRIER $44.20 a year or BSC a week BY MAIL CANADA One month S6.00, six months $33.00 or one year $60.00. Saturday only 60 a week; $31 .20 a year. OTHER COUNTRIES One month $10.00 or one year $1 10 00 Saturday only $1 00 a week. $52 00 a year. Deaths BEATON, Earl Clark In hospital after a lengthy illness on Sunday August 7, 1977 aged 51 years beloved husband of Eleanor Stod-dart: dear father of John of Pembroke, Marion, Bruce and Allison at home: .brother of Douglas and Norman. Friends may call at Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel 315 McLeod St. from 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Funeral in the chapel on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment Dales Cemetery, Cumberland, Ont. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. BEAUCI1AMP, Arthur (Art) (Former employee of Freimans and Brading Breweries) In hospital on Saturday August fi, 1977 at the age of 75 years, Arthur Beauchamp beloved husband of Kita Bender: dear father of Claude, Gerald ((Jerry) of Ottawa: Robert (Bob) of Touraine; Mrs. Daniel Kay (Rita) of Ottawa; dear brother of Mrs. Bertha Warnock McDonell: predeceased by a brother Kddie Beauchamp; also survived by 11 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Visitation al Racine Robert and Gauthicr Funeral Directors 2UU Bes-serer between King Edward and Nelson. Ku-(harislic celebration Tuesday August 9th at st. Brigid's Church at 2 p.m. Interment Noire Dame Cemetery. Ottawa. BEOARD, Roland (Holy) In hospital on Saturday August fi. 1977 age (it years husband of the late Florence Dagenais; and dear father of Carl and Robert of Ottawa; brother of Fleurelte Langill. Resting al the McF.vny Shields Funeral Home 235 Kent St. Funeral Monday to St. Patrick's Church for Mass at 12: 15 p.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. Hull VEITCH DRAPER LIMITED SohorowsM Jadwig.i SPALLIN. DuIck Parkdale Chapel 728-4673 Births Deaths BRUNDIGE, Pearl May - On Sunday, August' 7, 1977, Pearl May Brundige, age 83 years, beloved wife of the late Orville Brundige and loved mother of Eileen (Mrs. Harvey Anderson) of Portland; Fae Brundige of Ottawa: Dorothy (Mrs. Fred Wallace) and Donald of Jasper; Collins and Nobel Brundige of Frank-ville and the late Arner Brundige. Also survived by numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. Resting at the Lannin Funeral Home, Smiths Falls from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Funeral service in the chapel on Wednesday at 1: 30 p.m. Interment Wolford Cemetery. CAMPBELL, Alice Edna, R.N. In hospital on Monday, August 8, 1977. Alice Edna Whitmarsh, wife of the late Major Franklin A. Campbell; mother of Allen, Ottawa; sister of Mrs. C. E. Cairnes, Ottawa; also surviving three grandchildren. s Funeral arrangements later by Hulse and Playfair, Central Chapel, 315 McLeod St. 233-1143. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday. DODDS, Bertha May Entered into rest at Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital on Sunday, August 7. 1977. Bertha May Dudds (Stephens), wife of the late Harold Dodds; dear mother of Glenn of Arnprior and Donald of Pakenham: loving grandmother of Bryan and Stephen, in her 82nd year. Resting at the Young Funeral Home, Lanark from 1 p.m. Monday, August 8. Funeral service will be conducted at the Baptist Church, Middleville, Ont. on Tuesday, August 9, at 2 p.m. Interment Greenwood cemetery, Middleville. DYSON, Dorothy - In hospital Sunday, August 7, 1977 after v a lengthy illness Dorothy Dyson, dear mother ol Dennis Mole; survived by three grandchildren, Verna, Marlene (Mrs. Terry Pratt) and Lynne, also two great grandchildren. Dale and Todd, all of Ottawa. Resting at Skinner and Middlebrook Funeral Home, Port Credit, Ont. Service in the chapel Tuesday, August 9, at 11 a.m. Interment Spring-creek cemetery, Clai'kson. GIROI ARD. John Joseph On August 5, 1977 Johnny Girouard age 7(i years husband to Josephine Gagnon: and stepfather to Paul Gagnon; brother to Geneva and Kathleen Ottawa: Rcgina (Mrs. Elmer Kelly) Mano-tick; Rev. Sister Mary Lawrence Pembroke. Resting at the Smith Funeral Home 50 John St. Arnprior. Funeral Monday to St. John Chrysostom Church, Arnprior for funeral Mass at 111 a.m. Interment Indian Hill Cemeterv, Pakenham. Ont. GRENON, Mrs. Irene In Ottawa, on Saturday August fi, 1977 at the age of 79 years Irene Snider wife of the late Edouard Grenon; dear mother of Rene of Ottawa; MauricTf Greely; Mrs. Paul Lemieux (Laurette). Mrs. Armand Villeneuve (Berthe), Mrs. Jean Grace (Dorothy) all of Ottawa; also survived by thirteen grandchildren and lour greatgrandchildren. Visitation at Racine Robert and Gauthicr Funeral Directors 2(l Bossercr St. between King Edward and Nelson. Eucharistic celebration Tuesday August 9th at Sacred Heart Church at 11 a.m. Interment Notre Dame Cemetery. Ottawa. GROULX, Mrs. Claire In hospital on Saturday August fi, 1977 al the age of li.t years Claire Couvretle wife by first marriage of the late Neil McDermott; and by second marriage of Mack Groulx: dear mother of David of Ottawa: Miss Marie Elizabeth McDermott of Ottawa: Shirley Ruby Couturier of Ottawa': Merra Chamberlain ol' Hull: step-sister of Miss Jeanne Couvrette; also survived by eight grandchildren. Visitation at Racine . r Robert and Gauthicr Fu neral Directors 259 SI. Pat rick at Dalhousie. Eucharistic celebration Tuesday August 9lh at St. Brigid's Church at 9 a.m. Interment Noire Dame Cemetery. Ottawa. IH GHES-Dl RHAM. , John Thomas In hospital on Friday August 1977 Thomas Hughes-Durham dearly beloved husband of Pearl Rulkowsky. K."(i Cam-, erbury Ave., in his 7m h year; brother in law of Ruby; beloved 'uncle of Bethiah McGreev . also survived by two brothers Leo W. of Ottawa; and Edward of Montreal Prixate funeral Mass was held at St. Brigid's Church on Sat urday at 10 a m. Interment Beerhwood Cemeterv. and Deaths Deaths JARV1S, Arnold Merkley In hospital Saturday August 6, 1977 Arnold Jarvis 415 MacLaren St. age 77 years, husband of the late Gertrude Lecuyer; and father of Ronald of Nanaimu, B.C. Resting Fred N. Garrett 584 Somerset West, Ottawa. Service in Si. James Anglican Church. Morris-burg, Ontario. Tuesday 2 p.m. Rev. Francis Gooch officiating. Interment Old St. James Anglican Cemetery Morrisburg. In lieu of flowers for those who may desire a donation to Cancer society appreciated. KRIEGER, Andrew Hoy Accidentally on Sunday. August 7, 1977, beloved son of W'ilmer and Fay. age 12 years; brother of Mrs. Kathryn Panagapko, Mrs. Susan Gaynor and Ken Krieger. Resting at I 'raser-Morris Funeral llojne. Cob-den, Ont. Service Wednesday, August 10. at 2 p.m. al Lake Dore Point Presbyterian Church. LEWIS, Gertrude - Gertrude M. Lewis, daughter of late Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Lewis. Private service was held from Hulse and Play-fair. Central Chapel. :il.'i McLeod St.. interment Beechwood cemeterv'. MacMILLAN, Alexander (Sandy) Peacefully al home on August li. 1977 in bis H2nd year, beloved husband of Gladys Welden: dear father of Sandy Jr. (husband of Evelyn Newell) and the late Rich ard (husband of Bcmadiiic Christian): loving grandfather of Sandra and Shelley. Brian, Kent. Richard, and Todd; devoted brother of Mrs. Bella Dewar and Gor don and the late Roderick, William, and Agnes (Mrs. John Dewar.). Funeral service Wednesday at 3 p.m. from the chapel of J .P. MuiKiinmi" Funeral Home, (ii.0 Main St., La-chute. Internum Lost River, Quebec. Visitation Monday from 7 to Id. Tuesday 2 to .1 and 7 to 10. In lieu of flowers donations to tin-Cancer Society would be appreciated. NEWTON, Charles Courlen-av In hospital on Friday August 5, 1977 Charles Courti'hay Newton age (12 years son of the laic Mr. and Mrs. Edward .Newton: dear brother of Ivery of .Shawville; survived by several neiees and nephews. Resting al W.J. Hayes and Sous. Shawville. Que. I ll neral Tuesdav August 9th al 10 a.m. for service at SI. James Anglican Church. Otter Lake, Que. Interment parish cemetery. OLDFIEM), Susan - Slid denly on Saturday August (i. 1977 age Is years dear daughter el Donald and RuthOldlield: and dear sis ter of Mary. Jim and Jelin. Resting at the M Evov Shields Funeral Home 2'X Kent St. Irnm 2-1 anil 7 :i p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Funeral Wednesday to St. Georue's Church for Masai 10 a.m. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. Ql ATROU HI, Catherine Marie A- a re-ull of an accident al Hideau Ferry, Out. on Saturday Augu-t li. 1977 Catherine Marie Qua trocchi in her 2o:li year dear daughter of Murray and Mary Qualtrocihi of Smith's Falls; loved -ister of Christine (Mrs. Douglas Good). Marina and Frank all of Smith's Falls. He-ting al Blair and Son Funeral Home, li-' IHckwilli St. V. Smith- Fails. Requiem Mass will be celebrated ill St. Francis de Sales Chun li on Tuesdav August !th at in a.m. interment St. Francis de Sale- cemeterv . FLOWERS ARE THE MOST PERSONAL WAY TO EXPRESS SYMPATHY. of STd' ''owe'S Your Eitra Touch Florists Deaths REGIMBALD, Osias - In hos pital on Saturday August 6. 1977 Osias Regimbald hus band of the late Louise Charbonneau, age 75 years of Sars field, Ont.; dear father of Omer, Elian of Sars-field; Denis of Ottawa; Hu-guette (Mrs. Maurice Begin) of Ottawa; Suzelle (Mrs. Maurice Bourgeois) of Orleans; Ghislaine (Mrs. Jean Guy Bernard), Nicole (Mrs. Jean Guy Laflaur), Eliette (Mrs. Richard Montpetit) all of Touraine; and dear brother of Mrs. Cleo Ducharme, Earlton, Out.; Mrs. Theodule Perron of Rockland; Mrs. Alfred ' Leonard of Orleans; MRs. Adclard Laflamme of Quebec: 10 grandchildren. Resting at Brunet and Sons Funeral Home, Laurier St., Rockland. Funeral Tuesday. Funeral Mass at U a.m. at St. Hughes Church, Sarsfield. Interment parish cemetery. RICHARDSON, Mrs. Minnie In hospital on Saturday August 6, 1977 Minnie McA- -dam. dear mother of John of Ottawa; dear grandmother- of Heather; and greatgrandmother of Kenneth and Michael. A private funeral will be held on Tuesday. Interment Kaza"- buzua. Que. In lieu of flowers donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation or Canadian Diabetic Association would be appreciated. ROB1LLAKD, Noella In hospital on Saturday August (;, 1977 Noella La-marche age 57 beloved wife . of William Robillard of 513 Hartleigh Ave.: dear mother of Richard of Ottawa: Mic hael of Kirkland Lake; Carol (Mrs. Hasson Ilasson) of Ottawa; and Darlene (Mrs. Dennis Richardson) of Gatineau Mills; dear--sister of Rose (Mrs. Edward Gurm-y) of Ottawa: Louise (Mrs. Aurel I'loufle) of Buckingham; and Mrs. Jeanette Barrette . ol Hull; also survived by several nieces and nephew-; predeceased by one - sisier and four brothers. Resting at the Kelly Funeral Home 2313 Carling Ave. (west of Woodroffe). Funeral Tuesday to Our Lady of Fatima Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Notre i Dame Cemetery. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society appreciated. SOKOItOWSKA, Jadwiga ()ft;: Ijunnycrest Dr.. dear wife oT liignicw Wiktor So-borowska. Resting at Veitch-Draper Ltd. after 4 p. lit. Sunday. Funeral Mass in (lie chapel at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Cremation Pine-t rest. SPAI.L1N. Dulcie In hospital on Friday August 5, 1977 Dulcie Wills in her 72nd year beloved wife of the laic Walters Spallin; loving mother of Alvah and the late June (Mrs. Kerr); sisier ol Mrs. John Reckwcll, Saskatchewan; and Mrs. Ilobart Da vies of Ottawa. Resting at Veitch-Draper Ltd. I.Vi Parkdale Ave. at Glad-tone. Service in the chapel Monday 2 p.m. Interment Rupert Union I t mi li n . HANDICAPPED PERSONS wishing to attend our funeral services may do so without difficulty . . . For your convenience an elevator is available to enable entry without stairs. LORNE DEW AN MJJVOf i mu ral Home and Chapel 235 Kent St. Phone 2.12-5.137 t-2E' 'l,,-'r4 M"" 3. Deaths TIHBODEAII, Blair Joseph On July 25, 1977 in his 75th year, Blair Thibodeau of 1275 Richmond Rd., be loved husband of Editf Florence Docks; dear fa ther of Peggie (Mrs. Leon ard Arthur Norris), Ottawa and brother of David ol Moncton, N.B., also sur vived by II grandchildren A memorial service will bt held at Northwestern Unit . ed Church on Tuesday, August 9, at t p.m. Those desiring may make memorial donations to the Ontario Heart Foundation. Arrangements by the Tubman Funeral Home, Ottawa. WRIGHT, Elma Lois At her home 32 Pender Ave. on Saturday . August 6, 1977 Elma Lois Johnston beloved wife of Lloyd J. Wright; dear mother of Murray and Meredith; survived by her mother Mrs. Violet Johnston of Pres-cott; and two brothers Eric of Iroquois;' and Eugene of London, Ont.; also a sister Elizabeth (Mrs. Frank Murdock) of Kamloops, B.C. Resting Hulse and Playfair West Chapel 1098 Byron Ave. where friends may call from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday. Service in - the chapel on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. HULSE & PLAYFAIR LIMITED BEATON. Earl Clark CAMPBELL. Alice Edna. R N HUGHES-DURHAM, Jolin Thomas LEWIS. Gertrude NODDER. Bernhardine (Bcrnie) RICHARDSON. Mrs Minnie WRIGHT. Elma Lois Central Chapel West Chapel 233-1143 728-1761 Lost Chain Gold, -Pisces sign" with 4 rings, vicinity-- Laurier - Chapel Sentimental. Reward 771-6586. GERMAN shepherd, answers to ' SamM, West End vicinity. 728-9052 LADIES' brown wallet and cameo ring. Vicinity of Avlmer and Osstngton along Bank, large reward offered. 23S-W43. LOST male dog, basically white, block patch on eve and rear end, S2I-7S06. LOST SINCE July 30 - 2 Black female cats in Bockhoms Bay, West Area, Please call 832-1 5 16, Reward. NIZOsupere ; Comer a in block leather bog. Modified for National Film Board, identifiable as such, lost Vicinity of Confederation Square. 450. reward 745-4294. RIVERVIEW PARK, substantial reward for return of 20 rolls of family movies and box of historical letters. July 20th. 733-8599. SET of kevs, Bavshore Drive near Bayshore Shopping Centre. Very valu-oble to owner. Reward. 820-3575. SIAMESE cat. Highway 17, betwen Arnprior - Kanata. Reward. 1-623-3501. SMALL backwhite female cat, white feet, chest, stomoeh, chin, white spot just under nose, wearing blue collar, mtssing July 18. 563-0271 days; 741-3403 evgs. Reword. SMALL dog, mate, long light brown hair, green collar, needs daily medication tor epilepsy. AlbionWolklev Rd., Urgent 733-3418. SMALL Female black cat, St. Laurent -Russell Gate. 824-5453 days, 733 3745 evenings. WHITE and black cat, vicinity South ern Or., Ottawa South. Reward. 237 1569. YOUR pet may be at Humane Society Shelter, 101 Champagne. Visit shelter to make sure. $100 REWARD. Large Yellow female Persian cat vicinity 2nd line March Township, July 29th, 832 1581. $50 reward, mixed collie. 2 years old, r euutn ueiuc, mi iy juiy. 'w ww 6 MONTHS mole orange and white kitten, very dear friend of 8 year girl. BelmontBristolSunnvside area, mid July, 235-M15. 6. Found MALE LABRADOR Retreiver, Ottawa South, 236-1451. MALE, port Dalmatian. Contact Cole or Ambridge, Johnston Lake, near Rupert, Quebec, 225-8901 13. In Memoriams LAIRD- Mary Walton IN loving memory of a very dear mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother who passed away August 8, 1976. Janet, Jim, Margo, Sondro ond Trevor, also Morgo, Gordon and Family of New Zealand. 4- 30. Service Stations SERVICE STATIONS' OPEN AUGUST 7 TO AUGUST 13 7 a.m. -10 p.m. ESSO BKONSON Esso Service Centre. 47 BronsonAve 237 5940 ESSO SELF-SERVICE station, 1600 Bank ol Merun Road, 731 4426 NEIDY SGULF SELF Service corner Rideauond Kino Edward. PINECREST GOLDEN EAGLE 2575 BASELINE Rd at Pinecrest, 879 )58 ST. LAURENT SERVICE CENTRE St Laurent Blvd . 74 1 7734 open till 9 TEXACO BOB S Texaco Service Centre. 450 Bonk St at Glodltone. open till 10 D m. Sunday 232 1481 38. Nursing Homes BEAUTIFULLY renovated retirement nome txn very pleasant occommoda tion and homev atmosphere in Glebe, 24 hour core. 234-0590 SHEFFIELD House, new prestioe retirement home Kemptvilie, 5 beds still available, $13 double, US private Call Ottawa 822-1390 52. Duplexes to Let available Sept t. 1 bedrooms, equipped, unhealed. $375. Close to oil foe .lit -s. 729-5074 52. Duplexes to Let SANDY H4U. WllbJVWl &t . Inra 1 h1rMm roam, quipped, available Sept 1, 1375. 53. Condominiums to Let EXECUTIVE Condominium -The Century" 29S1 Riverside Or. at Moon-vs Bay, 2 bedrooms, completely furnished and equipped. T V. stereo air-conditioning, patio. X minutes from Downtown, Indoor aaroae 14 SO monm ly. on 1 year lease from Sept. 1, ivrioil J-SMJU ext. B75. HIGHLANDS. 3 bedroom split level, Indoor parking, large balcony, tennis courts, pool. September 1st 741-1796. 741-3682. 54. Apartments to Let ALTA vista. The Renaissance, 2 bedrooms. Quiet, spacious, equipped, broodloomed, adults, private. 731-5277. AMBLESIOE I THIS luxurious 2 bedroom suite with sunken living room, den, continuous clean range, frost tree fridge ond 2 balconies, overlooks the scenic Western Parkway and The Ottawa River from Its vantage point on the 25th floor, swimming pool, squash, portv and ex erase rooms. Indoor parking. Available for September 1st or later occupancy, rent $418. 828-2751. Weekdays 12-9, weekends 12-6. ATTENTION 1815 Baseline Rd . bachelor, SI80, one bedroom, SI95, 2 bedrooms from $200 decorated utilities, outside swimming pool. 40 a.m.- to 8 p m, weekends. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 225-2701. Aug 1, 2 bedroom, carpeted, heated, equipped, parking, $215. 745-7514 Ivv Crescent. AVAILABLE bachelor, equipped, $160. parking, carpeted, 745-6804: AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY West End Phone 829 7052 LARGE and small bachelors from $185; lorge ond small I bedroom from $227; available immediately. Complete with heat, power, fridge, and stove. Very close to schools, laroe shopping centres, and buses. Coin operated laundry facilities, parking extra The Olvmpia Apartments 810 Pinecrest Rd. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY WEST END PHONE 224 4381 DELUXE 3 bedrooms executive penthouse 1 and 2 bedrooms standard and deluxe, heated, indoor pool, gomes room, tuck shop, tennis court, close ta NCC bicycle pathway situated in a country setting in Ottawa's west end, call The Park Plaza at 1000 Castlehill Cres. 224-4381. AVAILABLE West end, 1 and 2 bed room apartments in Forest Ridge all armenities 828-7199. Available Vanier, basement, 2 bedrooms, heated, 749-0161. AVAILABLE, 1 and 2 bedrooms. Kirk wood, equipped. 722 8592. RICHMOND PARK SQUARE 1 285 Richmond Road "An address of distinction" Modern Appliances Indoor Swimming Pool Large see through balconies Whirlpool and Sauna Extra large apartments Convenient Shopping Eat-in kitchens Good Bus service individually controlled heat and air conditioning Located adjacent to the Western Parkway with easy access cycling and cross country skiing Office Hours Mon to Fri 1 0-$ pm Weekends 1 2-5 pm 829-5124 Kl Hoinn (Into I tv .iw.'invv.ii nit 'I ' nirnunitv n IvYiut.liJ Alt. i V: ,' i Now's the time to make your move! RENT NOW, WHILE THERESA GREAT SELECTION OF . 2-BEDR00M APARTMENTS for immediate and Here . everything ycu re I' joking for in luxury tr.ttnf my shag carpeting and a sunken living room &uim apartments hoast richty-gleaminy paryut't floor an I all feature eat-in kichens and exceptional comfort Rent now. and move in al your convenience You II bt-able to enjoy a carefree summer by taking advantage ot Minto s great recreational facilities Heron Gate features indoor and outdoor pools, parks arid playgrounds for coordiated activities and -sports events CABLEVISION, heat and hydro ire included in the rent 731 - On Heron Road, fwo blocks Heron Road Weekdays 12 9 Saturdays 10-6 Sundays 10-6 4 - e"ts the accommodating people mnirDtorz! 54. Apartments to Let AVAILABLE immediately, 2 bedrooms, excellent fqcilitles. East EMt $225. 822-0952, 825-4101. AVAILABLE immediately. near Towne Cinema, I bedroom, $200, packing Included, 749-7135. AVAILABLE Sept. 1, equipped 1 bedroom, $190 Seen by appointment only. Centre Town 521-5933. AVAILABLE August and September bachelor, I, 2 and 3 bedroom, 238-4551. AVAILABLE Sent 1. East End near St. Laurent Blvd . 2 bedrooms, equipped carpeted, top floor, inside parking, inside pool, many extras, $319. under review. 663-3462. AVLMER, l bedroom, refrigerator, stove, parking, $140, 778-1440. BACHELOR available Immediately, $226, shag carpeting, indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, sounos, and sundecK 233-1188. BACHELOR and 1 bedroom apart-ments, heated ond equipped, 737-4763. . BACHELOR, $110, shared bath, fireplace, fridge, stove, James-Bronson. Suitable tor single girl. 232-1276 after t p.m. ' Bochelor, living room and large kitchen, $168, tree utilities. Flora, Bronson, 568-4409. r A TOUCH OF CLASS Gracious outside! elegant inside! - Large 1 . 2. 3 bedrooms - air conditioning - indoor parking included - logging track - large indoor pool - recreation building - tennis courts - tuck shop - doorman much, much more , on th, Ottawa River Parkway at 265 Poulin Ave. 829-4083 Our rental office is open Weekdays 9 to 9 p m Weekends 1 to 6 p m. later occupancy 9508 east ol Alta Vista Drive

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