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He said two relatives of long ago had come to this country in the 1770s and one ret Umed to Japan bearing a child he said was Washing¬ ton’s offspring.
Osaki said he would be de¬ lighted to attend the ball and in return, he would do yard work for Mitchell. SOUTH OAK BAY ,900 JUST south of 777 Mount Jov Avenue.
Four of Ihose charged are the builders who formed I-es Terasses Zarolega Inc., the consortium which built the village. president of Zarolega, Andrew Gaty, company treasurer, Mc Geer: Most fires schools in deliberate Canadian Prasi Education Minister Pal Mc Geer says damage done in 31 school fires in B. during the last 12 monlhs amounted to '.8 million. Gerald Robinson and Rene Lepine.' Architects Roger d’Astou and Lucien Durand and con¬ sultant Janush Juszczyk also face charges.
Mc Geer added in a .written reply in the Legislature to a question from Scott Wallace (PC—Oak Bay) that there may have been othcr^rfh- cidpnts that have not bpdn re¬ ported by school trust^s. Reached by telephone, Zap¬ pina said he had no immedi¬ ate comment on the charges, but added he could have something to say today. At one lifeboat station, hp said, using the most expedi¬ tious methods, it took 15 min¬ utes to lower the lifeboat to the water.