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October 25, 1962

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44 ( 1 m MAY COURT MEMBERS Mcmbart of the Affiliated May Court Club of Canada, who art ending, their tour day annual meeting . , today, erer received yesterday at Government Houm by the wife of the Governor General, Madam Vanler. JEWELLERS of IpUgTity Distrstmdi- Witches Fijhiofi Jewellery Gifts for the Home ; One Location Only 108 BANK ST. at Albert CD a CPU w.tra Impartsc Ovni rnaey til DOWNTOWN I : has a - t ' .... r , j. 'made-to-order gift: for you at our-, v-'y 1 Charles of the Ritz, Beauty Bar .' during : GIFT Of BEAUTY WEEK . . j Frttman'i Cosmtttci. Strttt Floor, Dotcntoun Onlg Dior House Sues St. ICI MS Mt Tt TIM Kr ' PARIS --i The House of Dior, one "sued by .Yves St. Laurent for breach of contract, now plana in turn to sua SL Laurent, referred to In their charge at "X",,for "corruption of Dior per- sonneL ' ' Approximately 23 employees, including Yvonn d Peyerimoffr former head saleswoman at Dior, hav gone to work for St. Laurent Miss de Peyerimoff has be- WESTGATE t. i GATHER AT RIDEAU HALL THE OTTAWA JOURNAL " THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. IW1 - From left to right her are: Mr. J. OcUr Roy. Ttm-mini; Mr. It W. Mitchell. London; Madam Vanier, ' Mrs, A. B. McLean, Sault St. Mart, and Mr. IV Panel-Raymond. SL Catharine. (Jaaraal Waatt by Plntoa WWI com the new directress .there. ; " Police are investigating the corruption charge by order of Paul Martin, examining magistrate. Corruption I not a mild term in French law. A spokesman for' the House of Dior pointed out that it waa the method used to hire way employees that led to the charges. Jacques Ram, the plaintiff lawyer, said that specific example could not be revealed at this time " Dior admits that people often chang Job In the couture," the spokesman Continued. "It also understands that employee - who had known SL Laurent when he worked for Dior would wish to follow him in hi new venture. But it doe not admit radical recruiting methods such as sending people to Dior atelier to persuade employees to leave. , Pierre Berg, general di rector of St Laurent finds that the charge sound like something out of a bad novel. "People hav always been free to work wher they OPEN DAILY . a-sa. to t gsas. , Friday ta fjm. 147 Rides St CEI-ISM tr enmaw Parana e ear Davaiawa Let UOUT WIU ! at - 68 SPARKS ST. NEW FALL FASHIONS ARRIVING DAILY ANNIVERSARY SALE AlilMnOmTII e-aa. rrulaira . j mid d I Oman's 111 on o Voa W MS ssark St, (aaat Baak) , 11 Saarka ' lllr BrMtt Haas l I The China Hall of Ottawa WlvllL 54 Bite SL Chinni Iroude Dresses 13.50 , Chinese Slipper! 1.0Q . HiMtec sjirr inos 1ST SfAKKS ST. CK1-S4II wenerr - SUKISSITIOS tr . a Laurent please." be said. "Our salaries are the same as at Dior. When we first opened, people cam to us from many houses, seeking Job. In fact the only house no one cam to see us from was Balenciege. No on want to leave him." Berg declared that 23 employee should not mak much difference to Dior sine Dior recently fired almost four time that number. (A spokesman for the plaintiff . confirmed that personnel had been discharged In a recent reorganization of the bou-. tiquc Couture personnel was not effected). s ; Berg also remarked that Dior was not exactly in position to censor when it 1 well known that Patoa ac cused Dior In 1933 of pirating . 40 employees. ... "Remember that the only thing that really matters in ' - hi business la talent," h added. "St Laurent' hug -success I hard for Dior to take. That' what is behind all these machinations." - Church Pioneers More that 1M pioneers of. Britannia Unitad Chunk aU tended special service in the ckurcb followed byar social" hour at which sack guest was presented with a wall plaque of the Old Britannia United Church. T Rev.' John C Way ling conducted the service and Rev. T. W. Geach participated in the warship service. , Coming Event ' Mrs. Ernest Reed will open the bazaar and horn cooking sal in the Parish HalL St. George' Anglican C hatch. 132 Metcalfe Street Saturday. October 27, 2.30 p.m. I - . iJOLT :n'G M'F R E Canada's Leading Furriert fine) 1837 The H.R. -Label in Furs meant Superior Quality, Sty! Correct and Dependable Satisfaction. HOIT RENFREW Se Barrett's First Z. Ill "ONE-STOP ho:.:e i:FnovEr.:EiiT SERVICE Estimating . Financing By HELOliE CRLISE Dear Gals: ' ; . For those of ua who muat . 4 bav our old csbbsg sis and I ant on of let let give you a top hcw " that wilt make H really difler-i at. About one a month I take a day off , . . , I usually go to snm out ' of . the . way drugilor to eat. 1 walked into-- one this week and had the V"blu plat luncheon." It com U centa. Not only did I Ilea the plsttar clean, but walked out with an tS.toi. dollar hiatt ' Cabbage slsw . . . , Thia was the best cabbage - llaw that 1 ever lasted. . Color probably had lota to do with It Here's bow U was made: The head of cabbag waa cut In two with a stainless steel butcher knife. Then the half heads war soaked In salty ioa water for about-one hour. Gals. I found out -that this makes it so crisp that It actually crunches between your teeth. After removing the cabbag f hake the excess water from L Cut the half . cabbage la - half again. Now w are left with on fourth of a head of cabbage. Place this oa your cutting board, 'and tak your sharpest KasafaeMats an Waaln a MUlWtDMU, ai - wddias mar P Social rma at fa Picturae wOi to pukluh at Sis per atnsia aolnma aa4 er Soubi columa B4rtir, I" T a were for ail raaeins mtur ttndvr tha pletum. Wot rurthar Infonrauoa nil Mlaa Alkm. CX 1S11. ClaaatHa Dae-anwaet. - Shore MacDonald The marriage of Mis Carol Ann MscDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Walter U Fifteld, and Mr. Terrene Lyn Shore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shore, took place Saturday, October 20 in Mac-Kay United Church.-Rev. Frank Morgan officiated. " Wedding music was provided by Mr. Dan Crooa, organist with Mr. William Dunning, soloist ,Th bride waa given In marriage by her stepfather. Her floor-length gown of white aatii. brocade was de-- signed with expire waist boat neckline. lilypoint sleeves and bouffant skirt, extending to chapel train. A tiara of seed pearls and Iridescent sequins held her bouffant veil. She carried Talisman rose and stephanoti. Maid of honor. Miss Beverly Short woe green velvet and carried yellow and bronze chrysanthemums. Bridesmaids were Miss Lynn Williscroft -ht-gold "velvet "with bronze chrysanthemums, and Mis Beverly Quine in burnt orange velvet with - yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Christina Shore, tower girl, wore green velvet and carried a ; basket of. chrysanthemums. Peter x Anderson was ring ( Dearer. Mr. Brian Shore attended his brother as beat man. Usher were Mr. Robert Delorme and Mr. Jack Leslie. Following a reception at the Signal Sergeants' Mess, the coupl left for a Redding trip to Florida. They Nvill reside in Belleville.- . ; 182 Queen Sfraef Planning : . Labour and Material "When veil think of buildtra materials think it Barrett" 'Irn. (1942) Ut 27J Catherine St ; CUtMl ii c.'.ll CE2-c::3 knife (ladies, if it slat sharp, for goodness sakes tak car of that little matter right now) end placing on of the cut sides of the head of the cabbage down oa your cutting board; shred It as thinly" as possible so that lb cabbagf: W1U end up in teeny shreds. As the cabbage will have become so cold from the soaking, (t will be eauer to slice. Now,' cabbage slaw 4 eah. bags slsw. -However, here's what mad this cabbage slaw dilferent; , Next lime you hard bell seme eggs, drop "them in pickled beet Juice and leave them for a few days. The beautiful pinkish purple color. Jake the boiled egg whit and jgrata It oa the biggest part of your grater. : Throw this dyed egg whit Into your cabbage slawl Then put your dressing on. And 1 also got th secret of this delicious dressing. Tartness is op of th tbings which we do not often find in dressings. You msy as any recipe you wish in cabbag slaw. However, her is th on that cam from th cook at th drugstore: - 5) J . . . . ' ;. ,-'- :.. Now only $1.19...for heer, fashlorubl stockings by Kayief! H true! Now you can buy famous Kayser stockings for Just $1.19 a pairl Kaysw elves you the most in fashion and dependability at a remarkable price! Here's yistocklng that really -uel Now you you th most ing that really hugs your legs, never, never sags qr bags. It's comparable Uvdvery respect to stock ines at a much higher price. Seamed or seamless, and In all Jtne latest fashion colours' pect to stock Jtie latest fashion colours ...you just can't beat Kayser 4 Jil. Two ounces of oil this I any kind of cooking oil ' On ounce of Urn juke ternon sre often substituted, whea these are not la season - - One . half teaspoon of prepared mustard " A dash of paprika'-" v On . fourth teaspoon of celery salt . .... ' On ounce of mayonnai . Salt and fresh ground pep-per to test. Sri this all together, pour over the slaw' and put back Into the refrigerator. When ydu cant stand It another minute, eat It and drool! - Gals, make this for your lunch. Why not pleas yourself, -tteiois. :. a " a '. .. a LETTER OP LAUGHTER: Housework Is suck a drag becaus It Is so rout in. Th only wsy yoti can keep your -iy . try and outwit III 7 ;. Dear Heieisei 1 W are nranufacturera of corduroy and w read -with interest th comment on bow corduroy should be washed. A dryer doe mak corduroy 1 aiBaw Udll I c. mm Jfain tietoB,- i::r.u:rs 4 Comptet Botttrf, Ltnftrtt, Glover 2lflkSL ' .Q-10S0 KEf.'!.Y It.nSAH 4C3.U"ITED 72 74 laarki &. 02 2431 c::':.les c::lyy ltd. t SToass to (tnva too sl csa-.tii aiiim. nrM( rss-Msi w 4 r-4 rr-.t LTD. br1kwee4 ftpeiii tMu i 2541 ' a . w . . - i stockings at Jl.l9a pr.Otf4rKaysersty!e3,to,2a, er Kayser styles, to $20. w ar a a m war a s i 1 a, ? w HtW YOIK 10 NOON "All , Another Fm Product of JUyser-Roth ut Amikorited Dtmltrt Art LTD. floor . ' ' 05-J3II Line of Kavter 77 7r Denim and Velvety i'"lh - tt looks when it ia'new. Cor. . duroy, like any cotton, if kung up and dried Indoors doe have a tendency lo be stilf. , ' . Fir those wbo do not have 'dryer, we recommend dry ' big cordirroy la the sunT Thi will soften the fsbric.; It In-door drying cannot be aVoided, . .light ironing oa the revere , side, preferably with a steam Iron, will soften, th cloth and -restore it to soft 'and vV vety finish.--"T. ' . - J Steven SV Marder. Our Fiht ; Quality FASHION FURS Atwvya atUaHtwiy vdretl to ftvej jmi th MTtmH jf Tt VftllMSl CNTHlMl estuetf! TWO YiUtaV r - M. CAPLAN FURS . Lhnltsd Refrigerated Fur Storage I. 178 Spsrks SI. of Canada l j. mm Ho$Urg Dtpt. Wtlrjsi (CllSeia) UdlsJ lioew 1 klhetile . . CU4241 CLE LTD. fforiery CepL 11t!farbfi. 03SS S'iiFFER'S LTD. . Hosiery, Main Floor 147 lietM 9. 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